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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 3 December 1835
-TN R,0taa O" ' £150 PEA. ANNU"". J ET,,.CLARENCE, AND CLYDE STREETS, AND IN .DARILING HA?tBOUR. -0 .O,Ciapitalists, House and Boat Builders; ITjml1er Merchants, Maechanics, Trades?-. ';,men, and Others. SIR.-LYONS has much pleasure in -announcing ? : ..K .to his numerous friends, patrons,: and the :pub lic, that he has received instructions from the :Pro . prietrs, the SCOTCH' MASONS, (who Emigrated to this Colony a few years since, and some 'of' whom ire'about returning to their native country,) 'toSELL -l. AUCT'ION, without reserve, on the various pre :,oses? commencing at, Twelve o'Clock precisely on TUESD AY, 'the 1-5th instant;?the undermentioned Estates, which;:-foi the coný'eniedce of' purchasers, wila be disposed of in the following order -- LOT:I. :An;Allotmenti of Land.in -Clarence street, imme-- . 44telyopposite the Military -Barrack tWall, and rear a of(riminmmg's .Hotel, adjoining. Mr..Wiirup's Cot I ges,;afid 'rxtending,:toa :Cla-ence Lane, on.which is. .gacted :a:, n...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 3 December 1835
` THE CO dOri i T. rlHE TERM O -SU3SUSCRIPTION for this .To ourial' hich is Published every TIHURISt IDAY-. Aorpig;are SiK hbil1irngs .and.i . Sixpgnce per Quai teriv whether 'delivered in' Sydney, or forwarded, by Ptst' " .n L'THET TER~S OR VAliF V?IBTENTS i-eor f Eight lines and .inder,.. n'w Shillinigs and? Sixpence, and dne penny for every line above eight, fer each insertion. , ' ?TT?:·H E.',COBON-IST'....'?OFFICFE,:-. Printing :of. `ev??r ?decription is executed Vith neatness, eco nomy, ypunctuiahly,and despatch. S· T AOUAVEZTZSELS. ' r I igH t eextensive; 'respectable, and 'rapidly= in Screasing,,cifculatin, t .',iJFj o.i.I, rendrs'it peculiarly desirable for the insertion of advertisements. I &DVEZIiT.ZS IM iI.I . ," - "'- .- -.. 1TIE STDNEF :GAZETTE. . ;. r HE Proprietors of. The.Sydney Gazeitefeel a very lproud satisfdction in -announcing toithe Public, thgir.ability to reduice:'thliepiice of this Journ al; First -because. of the very .jPxge.acesiio'.n of Spbi'crib...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 3 December 1835
EXPORTS. i Oll-Spcrm-whalec per tun ..... " 0 0 .. - Black ditto, ditto............ 10 0 0o..'.. - -FhAX.--N. 'Zetlaud, rough, 'per ton' 15 O0 . Ditto ditto, fin,...... 18 00 .. --- Timber-Blue Gnm, per lo?d .... 2 5 0 .. 2 15 0 Cedar, per foot .'.....:......... '.. 0 ,0;1 . 0.' 0, 2 Trenails, per thousaud .........,. 2 0.0 .0 . 2 5, 0. Hides, salted, per lb: ..:......... 0 0 2 :.. 0 0' '.0 Beef, cditto....................'; 0: 0 4 ':.. 0: 0 4 Pork, ditto..................... 0 i 7? .. 0:0 8 Flour, per 100 pounds .......... I 3 0 .. . .1 5 0 Soap, per lb ..........................0 0 8 .. - Cuandtllcs, per lb. ............... 0 -' ... -
Original Poetry. TO W. K—. [The following lines were addressed by the Author from his deathbed, to the friend of his childhood, who had emigrated to New South Wales a few months before.] [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 3 December 1835
BY JOHN M'NEIL. [The following lineswere addressed by the.Author from:his deathbed, to the friend dof' his childhood, who had eni ;grated toNew South :Wales a' fewvmoaitlis before.] WREN:ast withfin thisirooni I lay,: Who was my partner ? Memory tell Where is he now'? " On the pathless sea, W. here w~ildwiids' rage and wild' wavis swell But, doubtless,- his thoughts still hover near, .For his youtli was pass'd i pith his parents here. No wonder he wept'as he turn'd hiin a"way, .. S: From the roof that shelter'd hini first,; ?'As'he l'ok'd-his lastlookiio rna'rvel thean S: :Tlihait his'heart eem'd reads to biurst': :-' SrFor the breasts he liwa wont to confide in ?ere there; They 'were left;--icould. he hope to find :such' else S':i:r was'his the only cheek down which' . Th-i? ligush' of sad feelingflow'd, Nor was his the only bosom.where - : .The anguish of parting glow'd Friends. wept-e'eii strangers. seem'd, smit' with:. a As, theyyainly strove topronounce.farewell. For-gentle and...
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 December 1835
:SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. Stock on hand, 28th instant-B. P. rum, 102,463 gallons; brandy, ?44,486 gallons;' .gin, 32,626 gal lons; other spirits, 17,350 gallons; tobacco, 128,609. pounds. Received during the week-B.P. rum, 13,649 gals. brandy, 833 gallons; ?gin, 7691 gallons; tobacco' 4571 pounds.. : Delivered for °homie consumption-B. P. rum' "3419 gallons; brandy, 1041 gallons; ?gin; 393 gal lions; other.spirits, 19 gallons; tobacco, 4571 pounds' Delivered for exportation-B. P. rum, 289 gallons ;. ,brandy, 209 gallons; gin, 356 gallons; other. spirits, .26 gallons; tobacco, 4770 pounds. Stock on haid, 5th instant-B.P. rum,: 112,404 gallons; brahndy, 44,069 gallons; gin, 32,646 gal lonrs; other spirits, '17,085 gallons; tobacco, 125,839 ,pounds. r -0
VESSELS DISCHARGING, AND AT WHAT WHARFS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 December 1835
S-0 VESSELS. DISCIHARGING, AND AT WHAT Kinnear, fromnLpnk n and'Hbart Town, Ca mp 1bell's Wharf, George Street. - Rachael, frobm` Liverpool and Hobart. :Toown Campbell's W~Y?rf' George Street; Frances Chairlote,, frdm London, King'sWlharf. Arethusa;, roi China, Wilson'sWharf, Gorge. S?treet. - .. .
VESSELS ENTERED OUTWARDS SINCE OUR LAST PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 December 1835
VESSELS; 14TEItUD OUTWARDS &lt; SINCE' OU' ' LAST PUBLICATION. December 3.-Siren;, D. N. Munro, for iobar Town, Learmonth and Co., agents. 4.-Fenella, 152..tons, Bosworth, Cape of Good Hope' A. B. Spark agent. 5.-Crusader, 281 tons,' M'Donniel, Launceston, R. Jones and Co. agents , . 6.-Caroline ;157 tons,' Biggs, ,Newcastle,. and Hobart Town;. John Lamb anid Co. agents.,' , 7.--Elizatbeth, 51 tons, Browne r, Launceston, LearmonthandiCo.agents. . ,.
EXPORTS. VESSELS CLEARED FROM THE 28TH TO THE 5TH INSTANT, INCLUSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 December 1835
SEXPO,RTS. VESSELS OLEAUED IROM TI!E"28TII TO THE 5TIE .INSTANT, INCLUSIVE. Denmark Hill, 252 tons, Finlay, master, for the sperm fihhery; fishery stores.' Sydney.Packet, 83 tons; Bruce, master,' for New Zealand; fishery stores. Lloyds, 402 tons, Garret, master,' f6r the Mauri tius; in ballast. "
Domestic Intelligence. THE COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 December 1835
JDrnzn e tt Iutelligewe. THE COLONIST..~ : OuR. :Friends, Supporters, and Readers, will, we doubt not, peruse with pleasure the follow ing afidadit, made in Sydney. only eight days ago.. Since which time we have added no less than Thirteen `respectable names to the list of Subscribers.. So much for 6th predictions of Svil-disposed and interested` persons, as ito the fate of. this paper :- AFFIDAVIT . Henry Bull, Editor ,and Publisher of THE Co LONrsTr newspaper, maketh oath and saith, that its publication now amounts to (864) eight 'undred and sixty-four copies. HENRY BULL. Swvorn before me in Sydney, this 30th day'of November, 1835.` A.B. SPARK, J.P.::
Sydney General Trade List. IMPORTS. REPORTS FROM THE 28TH TO THE 5TH INSTANT, INCLUSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 December 1835
IMPO TS. t -IIPORTS, FROMT T 2Il6E I~"2 I THIli + Iti 5I'kAN%'T, NovEMlnFI 30.--Cityof Edinburgh (ship), 367 .tong; r.Own, "niaster, froni b?ob?lrt Towu+,'; W. Walker and ,Vagents ;k 719 bushels wheat; 20 'tons hay, W. alker and Co. *`30.-Medway (ship), 450 ton, , 3Wight, master, fro Lhart Town, Aspin11l and Co., agents; 86 esl?5 wmie, 0O casks'beer 560 dasks-pitchi;' 6 bales lO. B;flouigrht: 1500 chests tea, 10 tons sugar, 10 6.0os flour; 60 buslies wheat, 1 ton soap, 4 tons lead, ease lace, 4 cases;cliimney-glassbs, Order. Decemrnber:ll-RIachel (barque), .83 tons, Pot., fr'.,?aster, from Liverpool via Hobart Town, John .Ord and Co., agents ;20 casks, wine,7 bales. wqollens, 5 bales. blankets, 15 bales linens and sacks, J. Lord and Co.; 5 cases 'furniture, T. Templeton; 1 ton pig. iron, J. Taylor';2 'bales cloth, 6 cases 8 bales cottons, Marsden. and Co.; 6: packages musical instruments, F. Ellard; 6 hogsheads brandy, I case hat dware,: case hosiery, 5 cases shawls, 1 case leather,...
THE PATRIOTIC ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 December 1835
THE PATRIOTIC ASSOCIATION. A MEETING .of this Association was held at their rooms, in, George Street, on Tuesday last, pursu ant to advertisement-Sir John Jamison in the chair. The meeting was much moie numerously and respectably attended, than usual. The subject matter .of discussion was ,the qualificationi of electors for the proposed House of. Assembly. Sir John Jamison opened the meeting by inform *ing them, that 'Mr. Wentworth had drawn up' two bills for transmission to Mr. Bulwer, one of which ,he ,ished the meeting to,adopt. The first bill 'proposed, that there should be three states ; the first'to consist of the Governor, the second of a Legislative Council, consisting offifteen'members, five of whom should be gentlemen 'holding offi cial situations,.the .remaining ten to be.inde pendent gentlemen appointed, by 'the Governor. The third of a; House of; Assembly,,.to be coma posed' of:fifty members elected iby the people. The:i second ibill proposed that there should be i, onl...
TIDE TABLE &c. FOR SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 December 1835
TID)E TABLE &c. FOR SYDNEY . ,Dai 11igh I'1ater. J un , . Age of mon. j EVEN RSes. I ,'ts.. I1oon .. MORursday. 10 11 6O 0 0 4 54 . 7 0 21 riay..... 11 0 29 0 46 '4- 54 7 0 22 Sturday ...12`,. 1 15 1 55 4 .53 7 7 23 ny.l+ 13 i2 30 3 6 4 53 . 7 24 nay' . 14 a' 33 4 5 4 53 7 7 "25 TesdIy* 15 4 30 5 8 4 53 7 7 26 Vedlnesdny81 5 40 0 14 4 53 7, 7 2.7
THE SYDNEY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 December 1835
' THE SYDNEY -PRESS. -TH~ followifi is a correct return -of the number :of-Colonial: Papers which -(haven passed through the;Post Office during the present week, fiom the ,various newspaper offices. SiTHi~ COLONIST; this day'. . ...'.'.:374 ?-: Herld, on Monday .........: 555 . : lonitor, on WednesJay ..., 210 .,.Austrlian, on Tuesday ..... 164 ,.` . Gazette, on 'Tuesday ........ 123
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 December 1835
DEPARTURES. .. December3. -Sophia Jane and Tama (stieamers), .for Newcastle.: 3.-Jess (schooner), Hay, for New Zealand, with sheep nd sundries. Passengers, Mr. and Mri. Ash-. ` well;. and :li-. and Mrs. Graham. :5.-Richmond (schooner), for Moreton Bay, charti?ed liy Government with stores. 5:; Sydney Packet (schooner); B'ruce for New Zealand, with sundries. S6.=Denmark lHill (barque), Finlay, for '"he sperm fishery. p "-7; Spfhia Jane, and Tamar (steamers),.for New-, castle. '8.-Elizabeth (brig), for-the Eastern Isles. :j9.=Pdrsiah (barque), Hopton; for New Zealh?d: 9 j.-Canroline (brig), Briggs, for Newcastle .nd l.s?,.art Roe. 9 s?~srunna (barque), Ridley, for London." :
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 December 1835
ARRIVALS. Secember 2.-Sophia Jane and Tamar (steamers), fri Newicastle. c Dmber· 3.-Lynx (barque),. 180 tons, Forbes, from?the South Sea fishery, August 29, 1834, 400 barrels sperin oil;' Captain 'Watson, the late maser., :died at sea,,of dropsy, on or about November 15. December 5. - Success (schooner), 96 t?dis, Buckle,;from New Zealand, November 10 ; 56 t i>us black oil,.17 tons bone anrid sundries. December 6.-Sophia Jane and Tamar (steamers), fiom Newcastle. Decemiber 7.-N.ew Zealander (schooner),148 tons, 'Cole;lfrom New Zealand 20th ultimio, 20 tons black oil: &c :'Passengers-Mrs.. Cole and W.:Williams. ';December 7.--James Colvin (barque), .405 .tons, ':~liaih,; from Southernr whale fishery,; London, SAuust; 1832 1600 barrels sperm ..il.. Passenger James:,Clarke, from the Sandwich Isles.. This ves-. tel put intoiport for provisions. December 9.-Matchless (brig), Ross, from Lauu cestorUa,.ieargo, wheat, &c. S-o0-· ·
Religious Intelligence. PRESBYTERY OF NEW SOUTH WALES [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 December 1835
PRESBYTERY OF NEW SOUTH WALES A MIETING of this body, was held .in Sydney, on the 28th and 29th' ofOctober last, of the pro ceedings of which we propose giving our readers sbme account. Some of ourtreaders will perhaps think it unwise to do' s6; as 'it may perhaps evince, what has. already appeared on former occasions' in our- paper, thtt thie Presbyterian SMiniisters: of the colony aienot tliwa?? sianimnous, in their opinions' in regard to. matters .cbinectedi with their ecclesiastica'"polity-"-a, circumstance which, we, have ben .repeatedly told; stands in rather .unedifying:: contrast . with the- absblute unanimity,. or" rather the.deathlike .stillness, that seems to. prevail in the Roman Catholic 'and -Episcopalian communions. .'But. our :'readers must bear in mind, that the system of ecclesi astical 'polity" that prevails in the Roman Catholic communion' is a system of absolute :despotism, in which 'the Bishop's ~'ili'is 'the only law in miafters relating to clitirch giveininie...
Select Poetry. THE CANADIAN WOODSMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 December 1835
,elect 1poetr 4.. -.-0,S044-- S:i. lHE'CANADIAN WOODSMAN. BY MRS. MOODIE. [FnO31 THE NEW YORK EMIGRANT.] * So` of tlhe Isles , talk not?io me, Of the ol4 world'spride'and'luxury: : Why didyou edoss the western deep Thus, like alone, lone maid, to weep. O'er comforts lost and pleasures fled ,IMid forests rude to earn your bread Did you expect that 'art should vie W?ith nature, here, to please theeye--:, That stately hall, and fancy: cot, S Would grace each wild concession lot :That independent of your hearth,". .'. Men would admit your claims to birth?' " Believe ine, youth, the' truly great , Stoop not to mourn o'er fallen state: Thby make their wants and wishes less, ' =-Anrd rise superior to distress- The glebe they'break, the sheaf they bind, But elevates a. noble'minrd. No tyrant custom binds the soul That once has spurn'd its base control ; . , .Necessity that makes the slave, '.Has taught the free a course'inore brave,-. :With bold, determined heart, tod dare' The ills that al...
NEW MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 December 1835
NEW MARINE IN SU RANC E COUMPANYY. A NEWl Marine Insurance Company is being formed: in Sydney by some gentlemen of high respectability. The capital' proposed to be raised, is 150,0001., in,fifteen hundred shares ol 1001.'each; the first instalment to be paid is five per cent.: No less ihani six hundred shares'were subscribed for yesterday, after two o'clock, prnn. We hail the formation of this'Conipimny' with the highest gratification, as it' will prove very b'eneficialjto this commercial town. The Aus tralian Marine.Assurance Company have hithei'to. had it hll their own way, and the 'consequence has been, that they have charged high' premiums upon small risks, refusing .to underwrite vessels proceeding to any port with a ba" harbour, 'o through Torres' Straits, and excepting all open roadsteads, &c. &c.&; in fact the exceptions have been so numerous, that it is not to .be wondered at that they doubled their capital in, we believe, little more than two years....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 December 1835
PRaCZ OF' BANE:SEARES PIOR. SALE. New' South Walesi . 251. a: 01. per share premium. Australian ........ 501. a 601. per cent. premium. Commercial.. 101. paid-95. ,, ,, S..? 301. paid 401. ., , 501. paidd-251. , ,t., W IBARTON, Agent.