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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 December 1835

SALMS BY AUCTZON.. Turs day, Deceinber 10, Lyons, at his rooms; Wind mill at Darlinghurst. Monday, Deceniber 14, Lyons, at ,his rooms; sundries. Wednesday, Deceinb6rl16 ' Lyoi?a;sat his 'rooms; drugs, spirits, &c. Wednesday, December 23, Blachmhn,' at A. B. Spark's Stores; ;extensive sale of Merchardize and Wine. On . Wednesday, 'December : 23, Collector. ,of Internal Revenuei at the George .Street Market; Tolls, Ferries, .Market Dues and Market Stalls.

Publication Title: Colonist, The
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 December 1835

TUESDAY, DECEMIBER 8. POTATOEs 10s. to 12s. per cwt. Cabbages, 2d.. t6h 3d. :each;' Onions, 1'd. to "2d. per 1b. , Broad beans, Is. per peck, other vegetables and Poultry same prices as on Friday. Salt butter, 2s. to 2s. 3d. perlb. Fresh ditto, 2s. 6d. per ditto. Eggs, is. 6d. per dozen. Salt pork, 8d. to 9d. per lb.' Bacon, 1pd. to is. per ditto. Hams; 1s: to is. ld. per ditto. Cheese, 8d. per ditto. Soap and candles, ;8d. "per ditto. ';Bread, 56d. per 2-lb loaf. Butcher's meat-:' beef and mutton 38d.to 4"d. per lb. by' the Icarcase, each 4id. to d6d. per lb, by the joint. ,:~eal,; d per lb. ;.Pork, 9d. per ditto. Oaten ,.hay,ý i61. to 181. per ton. Maize; 7?s. 6. peribuslel..i ,Oats, :s,.per ditto.: :Wlieat straw 25s. to 30s. 'per load. Wheat-8s. to 9s. per bushel. FLOVu,-First quality, 25s., second ditto 23s,, per 1001bs. "

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Markets. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 December 1835

SFRIDAY, DECEMBER 4. VYEGEABLES-Potatoes, 12s. to 16s. per cwt. Cab bages; 2d; to -3d. each. Caiuliflowers ? 3d" to -4d. each. Turnips; 3d. per bliuich' Carrots, 3d. J?er ditto. Leeks, 1?d, per ditto. Onions, 2d.. to 3d. per lb. Lettuce, ld. to'2d. each'.': Broad beans, Is. 6d. per peck., .French ditto, Is: 6d. peri ditto. Cii cuinbers, 6d. to 9d. each. Poultry =.-Fowls,'4s.. 'pei' couple. ,IDucksi.5s. per ditto. Geese, 8s. per'ditto. Turkeys, 12s. pei-. ditto.. .toasting pigs, .4s.: to 5s.f each. Eggs, 2s.. 3d.: per dozen.. Salt I butter, 2s. to 2s. 3d. ?? r Jb. 'Fresh ditto, 2s. 6d. to 2s.9d. pei do. Cheese;'8d .per lb.. Oranges, 1s. Gd. to t2s. Gd. per. dozen. L'emons, Gd. to ls. 6d. per ditto.. :Apricots,; is..per ditto; Plumbs,l s. per ditto. Apples, 6d. to 8d. p&r ditto. Strawberries, 2s. per quart. . Goose berries, is. 3d. per ditto. 'Loquats, 4d.. to 8d. per ditto. Cherries, :ls.. 9d.: to 2s.:perlb. Butdchers' 'meat-Beef,. 3d. to, 4d. per: lb. by the carcase. M14itto...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 December 1835

EXPORTS. Oi--Sperm .whale, pei' tun.. ..... : ]3lnck ditto,dittoL.. :.. ......., 0 0 L , FLA^.-N. Zrealaid, irough, per ton 15, o :00 .. --,-? , Ditto ditto,, 1ne, ..... 18 0 0 .. r . Timber-Bllue GuI per loa .'.' "2 0 .. 2 5 OUetCr, per foot ....... 00 1 " .i: 0 -' Treeiuiils, per thousand ..... 2 0 0 .. 2 5 0 Hides, salted, per lb......... ....: 0 2 . 0 0 2 Bccf, ditto ................... 0 4 :.. 0 0: 4. Pork, ditto................... .... 0 0 7 O n 0 8 Flour, per 100 pounids . 1 8 0 .. 1 v " Soap, per lb. ................ 0 0 8 .. - Caudles, perlb ................ 0 0 9 ..

Publication Title: Colonist, The
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WHOLESALE PRICES OF GOODS. [COMPILED FOR THE COLONIST.] IMPORTS. SPIRITS, in bond. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 December 1835

WHOLESALE~ PRICES OF:-GOO DS.' [COMPILED FOl THE' COLONIST.]) " IMPORTS, SPZRZTS, in bond. . d:. _ a d. Brandy; FirstQuality, :per gallon' 0 4 4 4 6 .; . Second.ditto.•... ......., O 3 '.0 ..0 3.6`8f r Rum, B.P., proof .'.:J........ . , 0 0 . 0 3;3 2 American, ditto0 .,6.........0. 0 `'6 0~1: .Isle of France, ditto 0....; . O 1 6'. 0:? 19 t Gii, untinged 0............ 0.. 2:3 2. O 3 4 ..Straw coloured 0-.. .. . 2 0 . O ,2 0, Case, 4 gallons ..1......::., 1 i ." I °'.. t W =NESE. ` . , " Port, best, .perpipe... . 35 0 , ' . 0. 0 Good, per pipe :'.;':. . 30 0 0 .36 0 Sherry; best, per butt; .,.. 3*80 .0 0 ?; ..50 0 o Pe-d n dr dolen1 5 o0 i e Madeira, "er pipe .::.... .?.' 30 '0 0' .45A0 l . S Per'dozen ..'....... 1 ; ,lr.15,:0.o?.;)1? ] 0 ; Teneriffe,,per pipe.. ..... ; ... 17. , ?0 0. .21 ?~ Per dozen ....,........ 15.0 l.. 0 o Cape, Company's best, 110 gallons. 12 '0 "0 ..13, 0 Champagne -sparkhling". 2-:10;0.i :: ' Pink 2...0 . Ale, Burton, per barrel, 36 gallons.. 7 0 0 :. 7 10 T...

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FREIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 December 1835

FREIGHTS. To London"-Wooli, d. to '1d. per .lb.'; oil, 31. 10s. per tun; timber, 31. 10s. per load, flax, 41. to 41. 10s. per toi. To Liverpool-ditto, ditto:. To Hobart-Town-and,:Launceston-11. 5s. 'toi Il: 10s. per ton. :. To Swan Riverll. 10s. to 21. per ton. To New Zealand and the.South Sea Islands 21. to 21. 10s. per ton.,:

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 December 1835

'PROJECTED DEPART URES. Louisa (barque),, Hayward, for the sperm fishery.: Fenella (brig)': Bosworth, for-the Cape of: Good Hope..: Passenger-Mr. Chadley, architect, and the Elizabeth '(schooner), Brown, for Launceston this day . Siren (brig);- Munro, for .Hobart Town, 12th in -stant The brig which was signalized at sun-down last night, as coming from, Liverpool direct with mer chendize,; turned, out to be the Matchless, from Laun ceston with a full cargo of wheat.. ..

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SYDNEY GENERAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 December 1835

SYDNEY GENERAL POST OFFICE. THE great importance of a well-regulated Post Office to every commercial, and indeed every   other community, must be obvious to all; we hear that, our worthy and respected Postmaster General, James Raymond, Esq., has recently made some alterations with respect to the time of arrival and departure of the mails, which are   of the greatest moment, and for which the colo- inists are deeply indebted to that gentleman.   They come into operation on January 1, 1836, and are as follows:-- Hitherto the mails have arrived so. late, that the, letters have not been ready for delivery until twelve o'clock, but by the recent arrangements, the contractors are bound to deliver them at the Pbst Office, by eight o'clock A. M. ; this will enable the letter carriers to proceed with the delivery of the letters by or before 9 o'clock, three hours earlier than at pre- sent. The time of closing the mails in the after-   noon,...

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INTERESTING TRAIT OF AUSTRALIAN GENEROSITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 December 1835

INTERESTING 'TRAIT OF AUSTRALIAN" ,GENEROSITY. WE are sorry to learn that Captain Watsonr, of the 'Lynx, Whaler, which arrived' last week;after rather an unsuccessful voyage, died at sda about five weeks. before the slip came into port, leav? ing a'wife 'and child in Sydney, tfo lament' his loss. Mrs. Watson', we understand, has been ipeculiarly unfortunate during the last few years. She lost her only child before leaving Scotland about three years ago. She was one of the un fortunate .passengers per the HIibernia, and merely escaped with her life, after losing all her little property oni board that ill-fated vessel.. Her husband hais been remarkably -unsuccessful since her airival' in the colony, and, she is now left ilmost in a state of destitution. While her" ltusband was at :sea, Mrs. W. occupied a cottage in Foit Street, 'belonging-to-a' respectable inhabitant. of Sydnrey a native 'f the colony, of the rname of Jones expecting to :be able to-pay her rent on her husband's arriva...

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Chinese Statistics. EXPEDITION UP THE MIN RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 December 1835

EXPEDITION UP TIHE IMIN RIVER?.': AN attempt has recently been. made to penetrate... into the interior of. Chitmi, by the Min River, ,wliich traverses tie proviice of? Fokienli. and on the' banks of which. the ..provinicial capital odf th'e'. .same name is *,si?uated. The , celebrafed' r.Mr': 'Gutzlaff was of the party'; its immediate object. .was to reach the hills in the province of Fokien, .in which the tea denominated Bohea is cultivated: The attempt; : ve arei sorry to 'add, has proved unsuccessful; but 'the :following' account of it,i which we copy from The., Canton .Register of the 30th June last, will not be uninteresting.to our. readers, as it thlirows some additionria ligit-,, on the 'character of 'thei inlhbitaitif of' the Ce-= lestial Empire :-- . DEAR Sxr,--The failure of the late attempt to penes trate to the celebrated .Bohea Hills; and the causes which, occasioned such result, are generally known' to your.readers.. The Governor Findlay, which' cobn veyed the party to...

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Original Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR. LETTER IX. Liverpool, December 2, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 December 1835

4lVigi1tUI1ata orrespouLpttete. TO THE EDITOR. OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR; . LETTER IX. . Liverpool, December 2, 1835, SIn,-In reply to6 your challenge, it would ap pear to me'tliat you have entirely lost sight of the question between us, which is not a question of mere personal merit or personal qualifications. o ?,,1 oeoimnenicenyoir. ltte.t'' by'mis-statiii'nlaihe, as relates to your religious' opinions, and :proceed from .this with , burst of tllhe most indecent sour-i rility toýa pply"epithets which'I 'will neither re sent,,nor defile my paper :by, commenting on. 'Froom: this. you:proceed to. a most'; egotistical coJparispn .of ,your, character, piety and ability, with mine'--concluding with a challenge to:de "cide. the question by a public display of our 'gbilities in expounding instanter a chapter of the Gospel. Now, Sir, for, the sqke-of phicing the question, be' eepius fairly in vi;iw,. shall willingly admiit 4'itt: I. m "i imibecilfe," " logmatical," '' ungen i?ern ly," " presu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 December 1835

TIE COLONIST. I.E"," TERM's OF SUBSCRIPT1'ION for this SJournal, which. is Published every T'IHUIT S. ?AY Morning, are Six Shillings and Sixpenoe per 'uay ter;" whether delivered'in Sydneyt or forwarded ITE .TERMS 1 OR: ADvj ElISE ENTS aie tfor'Eight lines and- under,. Two Shillings: and SS pnide, a'ld one penny for: every line above eigh?t, f9 '' ey • .....ti n.. .. . . . . ST'H ItCOLjONIST OFFICE,' Priiiting of :, every. desciptiori is;eictited with ineatness,, eco nomýi;. punctuality, and despatch.. DTP . V .RTISERS. 3HE-very extensive, .respectable, and rapidly in 1: ,craeasingcirculation of TIIE.COLONIsT, renders it iec liarly desirable for the insertion of advertisements. -0 THE SYrN EY GAZETTE. IIF Proprietors of The Sydney Gazette feel a very , i.' proud' satisfactioni in announcing tothe iPublic, .theirr?bility to reduce ihe price of thiis Joirnal ; First iiecause of the very large. accession of Subscribers ::diiig' the last two years, which.. has increased its : ; f iculat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 December 1835

RO1 0! £250 PEE. ANittrW.L -'0 SKNT, CLARENCE' AND CLYDE 'STREETS A:NDi IN DAt1LING HARBOUR. ' -0-o ro C?apitaliStS, Zouse and Boat Suilders, n'iTmber 1l erchants, M/Zechanits, Trades men,and Others. r . LYONS has much pleasure in, announcing ':- ito his numerous friends,,patrons, and.'the pub lic, that he has received instructions from' the Pro 'prietors the.SCOTC H AMA'SONS,. (wio Emigrated ,_0to this Colony a few years since, and some' of whom rei about returning to their native country,) to SELL SbyiAUCTION, without reserve, on the various 'pre 3iseis,;commencing:at Twelve o'Clock precisely on .'t'ESDAY,. the 15th instast, the. undermentioned S.states, which, for the convenience of purchasers, wille bdisposedl of in the following order: LOT I A: ??n 1otmlenit of Land in' Clarence 'street,' imie" :iately opposite the Military Barrack' Wa:ll and' read ofCu'" nminfg's Hotel; adjoining Mr. Winitrup's Cdft ta:ges,"hd extending to Clarence Lane, on which i. ,?rected` a "neat stone-bui...

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English Extracts. MR. HUME'S CAREER IN PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 December 1835

S E git0f Extrtacts . 4't- .-w 9 - MR. HUME'S CAREER IN PARLIAMENT. [ ' noM TIIHE MORNINo :CIX IIIONm LE. TIhRE:' is no'"public' man -who is so much hated by' the whole host of corruptionists'as':Mr. Hume.' The cause of this is 'sufficiently obvious. From :'hid "first entrance 'on public life to the present hour, 'Ai. Hume 'has devoted himself, heart and soul; to the exposure of'abuses in 'Church' and State,- suffJring himself neither to'be deterred by 'feari nor inflzencd by favour, but advancing in a straiglitforward course. The rierits' of Mr. 'I'ume can with difficulty be ap preciated in the'present day. The 'cause :f Rforldr is-now. triumphant, and the People have a direct in fluence on the House of Commons. But at the 'pe riod whlin Mr.:Hume first commenced his career, the popular. party in the House, as distinguished from the, two sections of the Aristocracy, the Ins"and thr'" Outs, -amounted only to between twenty and thirty? individuals.' -:Opposition to the Ministere ofth'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 December 1835

SUDiSTITUTES FOIR TiLE STOMACH PuP-.f-As a pump may :notalways be procuiable whei.the oc casion for it arises, the profession should be aware, that in many cases a simple tube will -answer the purpose as well, if not better. Such a tube being intro duced,"and.the- body of the patient being so, placed that the tube forms a downward channel from the stomach, all fluid ii.atter ivill escape from the stomach by the tu be;? as water escapee from a funnel by its pipe; and if' the 'biter end of the tube be. kept immersed in li quid, there will be duiing the discharge a syphon ac tibindof. hnsiderable force. On then clihanging .the postfie of'the body, water may be poured in througli the tube toi wash the stomach, andby the same chan nel be aIgain.~. discharged. Such a' tube, :.made' long enoughi, mtight, if desired, ?lbe rendered :a: complete bentvsyphon, the prelimlinary suction beir g produced by a syrin'ge, or by,'an assistaint, whio acts ?throiugh P interposed vessel .. But tlere':i a ...

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Literature and Science. A FIRE IN THE WOODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 December 1835

_ ititure ann ,cieiuc. A: FIRE IN THE WOODS.. TrIi' following appalling account of one of ·thesd scenes of devastation is 'given by Mr. Audubo4ho as he i'eceived it from the mouth of af wobd~ctteer , We were sound asleep one, night, in a calbin oribout a hlundred miles from this, when alioutiit'o houri~rbe fore day, :the 'snorting of horses' aiind' ltowiig: obf the cattle which I had ranging in the Woods:, suddenly awakened us. I took yon rifle, and went to the'door to see whiat beast had caused the 'htibbib, , lien'; I was struck' by the glare of light refl-cted on '.'all the, trees before me, as far as I could 'seelthroughl th? woods. My horses wedre leaping , aboi'iitsnoiting lOtidly; and the eattle riai.amnngathem" :vith their tails raised straight o'er"tlieir :backs;' On gdig: tf '?lie back of the house, I plairily heard the crackling miade 'by the burning brushlwood, and saw the flanies com-& ing towards us in a far'extended line. I 'ran to ithe house, told my wife to ...

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WRECK OF THE SCHOONER FRIENDSHIP AT NORFOLK ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 December 1835

WRECK OF -.THE SCHOONER, FRIEND SHIP AT 'NORFOItK ISLAND. SolrE time since, .we gave an account of the loss ,of the abovie-named vessel; by which it ap peared that the prisoners behaved in a most. praiseworthy manner, rendering" every pos sible assistance, in saving the lives and the pro perty of those oni board. We have--now the most sincere pleasure in. recording an act of cle mency towards thbse who most distinguished themselves by their gallant and intrepid exer tions on that occasion, from His Excellency, Sir Richard Bourke. On the return of the owners, (Captain Harrison and 'Mr. Bull), :to this port, they, drew, up a memorial to. theý Governor,.in behalf of sixty prisoners.of the- crown at ..Norlolk Island, whose conduct they considered peculiarly meritorious, praying that he would: be griciously pleased to' extend -to them some remission of their sentence, or such other indulgence as His cellency might deem expedient. The Go vernor, with that 'promptitude and kindness of hear...

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RATES OF INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 December 1835

RATES-OF INSURANCE. To London and i4;erpool1-2to 5 per cent: I-obart-Towi--1l per cent. SLaunc'eston-l1) per cent. SSwan River-4 per cent. New, Zealand-- per cent. South Sea Islands--2 per cent.

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Colonial Politics. STATE OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 December 1835

Isola tnt litic STATE .OF THE COLONY. i. iur last number we promised to mnake. afew a tqmarks on His Honour, Judge Bu ToN's admir aibje `Charge to :the Jýury.-:at the close of the > ions of the Supreme Coqrt-ofi the:colony for -ihe present year ; .and=.vwe now: proceed,.to fulfil btht promise. The;. Charge, we :underStand, has. been pro nouniced. by. pne of ,our:contemporaries extraj'u aiciil and uncalled for: i On the contrary, we have riieason to believ'e that jt;is:in: perfect,accordance with.s!e practice in the;mother-country:; and (he ciharge itself is .a sufficient :evidence of the pro piniety of introducing that practice into this colony, v"?hile the opportuneness ofits appallingannouin&ces mients must be obvious:toall and cannit fail tohliave isXalutary :effect on, society. It ni~y be quiite iconsistent with the :code of morals that seems to egulate .certain' portions of .the. Press " in this colony, to cry up. ". Things asthey are," and to discourage every attemp...

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THE SYDNEY GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 December 1835

T.EIE SYDNEY GAZETTE. WE have been credibly informed that 'K. Jones, Esq., has applied for an injunction to restrain Mrs. Anne Howe froim'any further interference in the management of The Sydnei, Gazette,:on affidaits which he has filed. We were much surprised, :however, at hearing from the same .source that the Editorship of The "Ga'zette had been promised to Mr. O'Shaughnessy. We can scarcely credit it;: yet our informant is so .re spectable .that to .doubt would -be an insult to him. We think there must be some mistake; and shall iwait the result 'ere wVeexpress our opinion on the subject. FORGE?Y.--A inan named Thorpe,, in the employ of Mir. M'Donald; was yesterday apprehended about .seven miles' outside of Sydney heads, on a charge-of forginig the signature of R.: Jones, Esq.,-to a bill of about 1401. It appears that he lodged the Bill on Monday at the Bank of New South \Vales for dis count, and' called on Tuesday as is customary, to see if it was done; it had:passed the Board ...

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