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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 November 1835
fl. vkb evtigen t0t THE COLONIST. I-I TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION for this .:: 'Journal, which is Published every THURS Y Mlorning, are Six Shillings and Sixpence per Quaf ter';' whether delivered in Sydney, or fotbrwarded y Post.. THE TERMS FOR ADVERTISEMENTS arefor Eight lines and under, Two Shillingsand Sixpence, and one penny for every line above eight,' for each insertion. RLINTZNG. S'T THE COLONIST OFFICE;' ?rintinof -'every description is executed'witli neatniess eco-, nomy, punctuality, and despatch. TO A&VZ3,TZSBB4. ºJHE very extensive, respectable, and raptdlyin creasing circulation of TIE CoLoNIsT, renders it peculiarly desirable for the insertion of advertisements. TO SvSSRZBEERS. -HE EDITOR of this PAPER, especially re quests, that if any omission or unnecessary delay 'takes,place in the delivery of the numbers, or any, ground of complaint against the. distributors, or others connected with it, they will not fail to acquaint him therewith, in order to prevent its recu...
CAPTURE OF THE PIRATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 November 1835
CAPTURE OF THE PIRATES. THE Prince George Revenue Cutter returned to Sydney on Friday last, having captured the Pi- rates who endeavoured to escape in the Ketch Alice. They were brought up at the Police Office on Saturday for examination. Ross, the master of the Alice, was the first witness ex- amined, his evidence was in substance similar to that contained in the afffidavit which we have al- &nbsp; ready given. Ross was in bed at the time the pirates seized the vessel which was lying at an- chor in the Bay of Vaucluse. On hearing the noise he attempted to get on deck, but was pre- vented by one of their number who had been placed as sentinel over the hatchway. Before he was permitted to.come on deck, the vessel was &nbsp; on her way; to his urgent petitions to be put ashore, he was answered, that he would be allowed to go ashore in a whale boat belonging to Mr. Weiland, which they had taken with them, as soon as the vessel had got outside the heads. The most active ...
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 November 1835
---0 : SPIRITS AND TOBACC O. Stock oni'hand, 31st Ultimo-B. P. rum, 85,839 gallons ;brand?; 43,336 gallons; gin, 35,003 gal Lons; other sirts,.19,320 gallons; tobacco, 134,183: pouinds Received diring the week-B. P. ruin, 4853 gal lois;l.brandy; 1725 gallons; gin, nil=; other spirjts, 477"gallons ; tobacco, 5609 : piunds.:; Delivered :for home consumption-B. P. rum, 3942 gallons; brandy,"472 gallons;, gin, 145 gallons; other, spirits, nil; tobacco, 3422 pounds. Delivered for exportation--B.:P. rum,- 1045 gal ions; biran?dy,460 gallons;. gin,,262 gallons; other spirits, 99 gallons; tobacco, 5455 potinds. - Stock on hand,, 7th instant--B.P. rum, 85,705 galloi?s; brandy, 44,129 gallons ; gin,ti 34,596 gal Ions; other spirits, 19,698 gallons; tobacco, 130,915 gallons.
VESSELS DISCHARGING, AND AT WHAT WHARFS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 November 1835
VESSELS DISCIHARGING, AND AT =WHAT WHARFS. .ress,, from Hobart Town, at the IKing's Wharf.? Lotus, fromn London, at Campbell's Wharf; George Street:. Fenella,: froni the Cape of Good Hope:, at ?Lmb's Wharf SEagle, fromn Hobart Town, at Wilson's Wharf:.-~ Richard Walker, from' Hobart Town,, at Pitman's Wharf Perthshire, from I-Iobart Town, at Campbell's Wharf. ILloyd's, from HobartTown, at Lamb's Wharf.
VESSELS ENTERED OUTWARDS. SINCE OUR LAST PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 November 1835
V.VESSELS ENTERED. OUTWARDS.: sINCE OUR LAST PLBLiCATION:N. November 7-Chalcedony (American schooner), fort l\je:Zealand i Dawes and Co., agents. ?7-Fortune, Listerfor London ; ,Hughes and Co.. agents. ; 9-Maria, Robertson, for ..Hobart Town Bell, agent. : 9.-Chailes Doggett, (American), Woodberry, for New Zealand; :C.- Miller agent. : -
EXPORTS. VESSELS CLEARED FROM THE 31ST ULTIMO TO THE 7TH INSTANT INCLUSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 November 1835
EXPORTS. VESSELS 'LEARED FRIOM TiiE 31St -ULTIMO TO THE 7TII INSTANT INCLUmSIVE. Maria, 280 tons, Miller, master, for Mazatlan; in ballast. Active, 105 tons, Wishart, master, for New Zea land ; general cargo. -- .i SFanny, 40 tons, Wing, master, for NewZealand; generfil eargo.. /. . England, 426 .tons, Bacon, master, for IVIazatlan, , Leda, 174 tons M'Leod,; master, for?? r'Hobar Town; 230 tons coals, and stores.
Sydney General Trade List. IMPORTS. REPORTS FROM THE 31ST ULTIMO TO THE 7TH INSTANT, INCLUSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 November 1835
. IM.PO RTS.. REVORnTS FROM THE 315T ULTIMO TO THE 7TIH I* STrNST, INCI USIVE. - YI' Nov ?kni 2.-Lloyds (ship),` 403 tons, Garrett,' master, fri:om -London via' Hobart Town, IDawes, Gore, and Co., agents; ".22" casks 1 case vinegar, 2 cases British goods, C. M'Lachlan; -38 casks wine, C. W. Roemer ; 2 bales slops,'2 cases paper, Marsden, and Co; .1 case toys and- peppermint, 1 case' eau de, Clogne, 42 barrels gunpowdei;, 12 cases British codt , T. Woodhouse ;- 1- bale woollens, 1 case Sawoollens and. cottons, 7 cases 7 bales cottons, 2 cases linen. stuf's, 1- bundle boards; Appleton 'and Co.;: 2 hogsheads rum,'50 chests tea,-Aspinall and Co.; 15 cases brandy, 3 bales 5 cases slops, 1 cask earthen w:rt?enare, 36 boxes soap, 100 bagb'sugar, J.' B. Monte 'fibre and Co.; I bale candlewick, 1 case thread, 1 !';,bale cottons, 1 case millinery, Paul and Co.; 20 .:bales gunny bags, 30 coils coir rope, 100 boxes soap, 9 i rdbbins coffee, 10 bags pepper, 100 "bags ginger, '-e156 bags saltpetr...
Domestic Intelligence. CHAIRMAN OF THE QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 November 1835
CHAIRMAN. OF ;THE- QUARTER SESSIONS. WHAT .is to be the result -of the present. canvass ? is the eager inquiry of every man who takes an interest in the politics of Botany. Bay. .Woot- the. association patriotiquie-and sperm' oil-must remain at a= discount till' the' granfl question is decided. "'At present: :the 'Chairman : of' the Quarter Sessions is still a riddle, and the Comn missioner's friends 'are the 'only ones :who 'can solve it. .The contest now raging recalls a story told by'the'present Duke 'of'Buccleuch, which occurred when Sir IGeorge Clerk and' Sir John Dalrymple were candidates for the representation of the .County of Edinburgh.7 The Duke was one day walking in his domain,. and by accident met with two wohkmen, each. of whom had a vote. The conversation naturally: turned: on the can didates,. When the Duke asked Thomas for whom' he was going tot vote? " For Sir John, your grace." " Why that? ". asked the Duke: " Be cause I think him' the niost iiidependent, and will...
TIDE TABLE &c. FOR SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 November 1835
TIDE TABLUE &c. IOR SYDNEY. - .1 -t h Ihr .. -. . , S:un ,,A.Q of r. h,'ay. . o1nT.:| tViN Rises. I 8. Sets 00 8lo ?l?rsday..12 0' 20 0 46 5 . 9. 6 51 .22 Frida .... 13 1. 15 11 55 ,5 8 .0.52 23 :Sttuirday .. 14 2 30 3 0 3 .. '8 6 '52 24 Saiday . '..15 -3 33 4 5 5 8 6 52 25 Moday . 16 4 30 5 8 5 7 6 "53 26 .'Tiwday ... 17" 5:. 40 1 i 14 5 - 6 6 `54 -27 ednfesday 18 6 46 7 20 5 5 6 55 28
LIST OF THE INDEPENDENT MAGISTRATES WHO VOTED AT THE ELECTION [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 November 1835
LIST OF THE INDEPENDENT fMAGISTRATES WHO VOTED'"AT THE'?ELECTION FOR MR. RIDDELL. Mr. Barker i.erry;'M. C. 3.ett ngton Ebden TJones, IM. C. M'Leod. ..Walker' Webber M Laren SPar.rainatta. Mr. Lawson, senior Major Lockyer .WVindsor. - Mr. Bell, M..C Bowen Bathurst. Mr. I-Ihwkins , I'Kenzie Colonel Morrissett ,Captain Piper Mr. Rankin steele Street Innes . Maitland. Mr. Boydell' : Forbes Captain' Lethbridge M'lntyre. Mitchell Major Mudiedi--. Mr. Scott IIH. Scott VWiglton Campbelltown. Mr.; Bloomfield S Cordeaux M'Alhster M'Arthir . M'Leay' FOR MR-. THERRLY : Sydney. MrPMainning, junior Shadforth, junior . Parramatta. Dr. Foster A'Cr. Co Senior Bathu rat Nn??itlaind. Captain Hungerford Cimbpetltiown. Mr Howe e Modre Osborihe Wills 1 _i LIST OF PAID MAGISTRATES. FOR MR. RIDDELL. Sydney. " Mr. Busby. Major Gibbes Dr. Mitchell ? Parramatta.. None.: Windsor. Dr. Richardson S:Bathuirst. Mr. Evernden' :'Maitland. None . Campibelltown. None ·. -· FOR MR. 'THERRY. Sydney. Mr. Lithgow Maniing,...
MAURITIUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 November 1835
Wi" eixtract the following from a Letter received by a AMeecantile House in town: i?: ?:As there are few vessels in port, freights vwill. com ;inece ? at 41. 10s. to 51. peir ton, for A 1 British-built ships. to'London. Rice and other grain rising; in Stw:i or three months., we are of opinion've shall have the inarkets back to the old raio and as :here will b'e plenty of money derived from'nthe indemnity of the s·tlaves, European and other productions are likely to meet a good market.' Flour is advancing' in price, fiori i'the small quantity now in the colony; butas prices hierel do not long remain stationary, we are likely soon io ibe able to make a shipment for. Hobart.Town or >.Sydney. Sugars are on the rise ; the lastsal'eeffected was :of second quality Syrupl, at 3 dols. 75 cents per ',100 Ibs. French ; for other descriptions' there is no quotation. FLioR.-French, :per barrel (180 lbs.), 9 to 10 disls ;:, Americani 8 to 9 di.; Cape, per 100 lbs., 5 to` 51 dls.; Nev Southli W...
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 November 1835
T PROJECTED DEPARTURES, The 'schooner Maria, Captain Robertson; wil: sail this day for Hobart Town, she is full of passen gers both cabin and steerage, amongst the former we' observe tlhe following : Major Ryan and family H. M. 50th Regiment,, : .Mr. and Mrs. Chester (the vocalist), Mr. Ross, Miss? Banks, and, also those most indefatigable and truly amiable men, Messrs. Backhouse and Walker. The 1MIaria, for Hobart Town;. the Micmac,- or: Launceston ; Normahul, for the Sperm Fishery; the F1orentia; for London ; the Isabella, for Swan River: ad tlie,Charles ;Doggett, for thee Eastern Isles, on. (lie 14th. The North Briton, from Leith, .and. the Jessie, ronm Liverpool, were to sail in August:. ', The Hythe, Wave, arid the John Barry, Robson,' (prisonslhips,) were to sail early. in August. :.. T: ,:,She Piincess Charlotte,. William Mletcalf, Jolhn =I `(a'ilith), Sovereign and the Adelaide, 'all with metr rd2hanfdize, may be daily expected. The latter vessel' will:load again at Hunter's...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 November 1835
DEPARTURES.. November 5-Sophij' Jane (steammer), for Nev-.: castle. * Noveinber 6---Tamar (steamer), for Newcastle. November:6-Leda (barque), for Newcastle and :` Hobart Town. November 6 England (shi(p), for California. November 7-Dart (brig), for Newcastle.': November 8-Active (schoorier), for New Zealand November 8-.Fanny (schooner),'for New Zealand - November 9-Sophia Jane and Tamar (steamers),: : for Newcastle. November 10-William the Fourth (steamer), fo: Port Macquarie. " ;November 11-Maria (ship), for Calefornia.
THE NOTORIOUS WATT AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 November 1835
THE NOTORIOUS WATT AGAIN. aWare informed by good authority that 'anap plication has been made by the Rev. Mi-. Cross of Port 1.Vacquarie to His Excellency, on behalf of Mrs.'i Ann Howe of The Gazette Office, for .permission to "marry the notorious Watt, but in consequence of his name appearing on the Go vernment books as a, married man with" one child, it could not of course be granted.' W-h- att will be the confsequence ? Time will bring forth.
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 November 1835
S 2iPt~pingT iEsteigence.: ARRIVALS. November 5-Tamar (steamer), from Newcastle. November 5-Edward (schooner), from Launr.: ceston, 2nd November. November 6-Perthshire (barque), Captain Jami,' son, from Leith, .18th June, Hobart Town lst.inst:. Merchandize-Passengers from Leith, . Mr. Willidm.' Sutherland, clerk, Mr. D Coutts, farmer, James an':, Ann Coutts from H-lbartTown, Captain Robertson, late: commander. of the unfortunate ship -Wallace,: wrecked in D'Entrecasteaux's Channel. November 9-Claudine (brig), .193 tons, Kerr ' master, from Launceston 5th instant-9400 bushels.... i wheat, 104 sacks flour. Passengers=Mr. and Mrs.. A; E. Hayes and three children, Mr.William Wilson,..:: Mrs. Small and two children. Noyember 9--Tamar (steamer), from? Newcasfle,
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 November 1835
TO CORRESPONDENTS. Pater, who complains of the indecent conduct of the IBtlacks confined (n Goat Island, to persons passing. up and * down the river, should write to the superintendent, who, "we doubt not, will put a stop to it immediately. )We. have not room for the insertion of his letter. - We regret being obliged to leave over till next week X. Y. Z.'s answer to the letter of A. B. C. in The Australian. We-have received A Simiple Layman's answer to The l~lo . nitor's challenge. It shall be inserted as soon as we can find room for it; but from the quantity of correspon dence already Qn hand, to the insertion of which we were previously pledged, it may perhaps have to lie over for some time. . . Iindex shall appear, if possible in our"neext. The Rev. Mr. Miller's letter mnust of necessity stand over for the present. Philanthropos and many others we have been unable to at tend to, from the.great influox of correspondence. :,,? mIns' ?-.i''n , |-~ -rn m m I'"nri
THE CALL OF ABRAHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 November 1835
TIE CALL OF ABRAHAM. Ann.aM, son of Zera, hear..! T'; is Jehovah' gives command. .:: ste tlhej" from thy kinmdred dear, :Father's house, and father-land . Far beyond yon dreary'waste "" Lies a land divinely fair; , Abraim, son of.Zera, haste ! - "the ýjord will bless thee there.. -Abram hears, nor. disobeys, Though weeping friends'around him stand:; 'Trusting i n'Jehovah's grace, Soon lie hails the promised land, . .: . Sinn~er, soin of Adam, hear ! ; 'Tis Jehovall speaks to thee. F:rom a world thou holdst so dear;.: From its sins and follies flee. Far beyond this wilderness : Lies a land divinelyafaii; Abram's God will surely bl)ess..: ~ ? And exalt thee highly there. Jlaste thee then, O sinner, haste I 'Tis Jeihovah gives commapd. far.: beyond tljis barren waste Lies Immanuel's blessed land ) . :.;.______"_, __.- , _ ' i ,V ?.:? THE LATE EMPEROR OF AUSTRIA.--During ne of .his visits to Baden, the Emperor Francis was walking through the streets, as was his custom, like a private ge...
Select Poetry. THE GOD OF ABRAHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 November 1835
--ele t tvj . THE GOD'. OF AB'RANHAM. nos SPECIMENS OF, SACUED POETRY, &c. BY'THE REV. "J, D.: LAING; D.D. ::`';,l¾WIiilER is the God whom:I adore. " Abram °of old in Ilaran cried, f sage well skill'd in Sabian lore,: I lo his fond question thus replied G:o:ie;e('6>ekh-iim in yion starry heiglit, Amid the glories of the night. Silent the patriarch ascends ? A::-' ALmountain to inquire and pray, : :. ? henithe gray twilight slowly -blends T he shades of evening .with the day .. : .Hopefi~l to heaven he turns his.cyes, .. iAnd sees the Evening Star aris. - ' This isthe God mysoul adores,' The joyful patriarch exclaims, S::'" See how he marshals all the stars, And pightly re illuinmes their flamnies ! 'Ti is glorious thus for. man to see H?*'is God ! bright Star l worship thee!.. .:But as he gazed, the silver Mooon Emerging chased the stars: away; -nd towering in the.N ight's high noon, Reinew'd the splendour of the day-.:: 'The patriarch wept,'I ween; to see. - The;God he:w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 November 1835
SALES ST AUC.TOON. THis day November 12,'Lyons, at his Rooms,lamps, glassware, &c. This day, November 12, Polack, at J. F. Church| and Co's., ship stores and sundries. This day, November 12, Lyois, at his rooms : One case of Fowling Pieces. This day, November 12, George Pauil, at, his rooms: Looking Glasses and sundries. : Friday, November 13,- at Campbell Town horned cattle. Friday, November 13, Lyons, at' his rooms, Allot ments of Land at Hunter's River. Saturday,|November 14, Paul, on the ground, Al lotments in Elizabeth Street. - Saturday, November 14,: Lyons, at his roomns; Bottled Porter, &c. Monday, November 16, Polack, property -in Cumberland Street. Monday, November 16, 'Pdil, ,:property'" on Church Hill. Monday, November' 16, Lyons, at his rooms; London Porter. . : Wednesday, Noveinber 18;,.Lyons at M.ontefiore and Co's stores; Prin'ts, Beaverteens, &c. Thursday, November; 19, Lyons, at his rooms; Phaeton, Gig, and two Horses. Thursday, November 19,...
STATE OF COLLEGE STREET. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 November 1835
SSATE_ OF' COLLEGE STREET. WE: have hithlerto refrained from making any: .allusion to the state 'in whi the street usu--. ally called College or Jamison Street, has been allovied to remain for the last twelve months, merely, because we, felt a degree of delicacy in alluding to a- matter in which our own personai. comfort:is soiimmediately interested, but we cannot, in justice to the" public as well as to our selves any longer. delay, calling the .attention of. .the Town Surveyor to its condition. Since the street was first opened, not the slightest attentioit has been paid towvards keeping it in order. Dur.:: ing the Easter Fldods of 1834; the greater part of tlhe surfacewas swept away bytlie violence of the torrents-no attempt whatever has since been made to restore it to .a proper condition. .Its state at present is such.as to be even dangerous to .those of his Majesty's lieges who are obliged to find their way over its numerous inequalities. after night fall, nor is *there in the...