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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 December 1835

Oil Sperm-whale, per tn ... > 0: 0 . O 0 0 Black ditt tto. . ...'..... a. o 1 0 .: FLAX. N. .Zealand; rough, per toll?z5 0..?; 0 .:. - r Ditto ditto, r. lilne.', . * , .18., 0Tme e n:e -VO : Thtber Bltue Gum, pet ltiad .. o"0.. ?4o: e':: 2'1 , Cedar, perftoot .:...:.....':?;:. 10.O-? 2 0 0.: 2 Treenalils, per thotusantld .... .. . . 2 .0 0. ... 2? ;:i"? ' Hides,' eited, or b. . . 00 2 ?.. 'O ,'. Beef, ditto 0.................- ... 0 0 4 r;' Pork, ditto.... .. 0.... 180i O 1' 0 ?: 0' 9?? Flour, per 100 pomndis ...... .. 1.. 0 .. .0; I 1 Soap, perL.b. ..................0 . .. -- a dLttI , per lb.. ..'.'.. ..:... 0 4 8 .,,: ' _

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHOLESALE PRICES OF GOODS. [COMPILED FOR THE COLONIST.] IMPORTS. SPIRITS, in bond. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 December 1835

WHOLESALE. PRICES OF GOODS. [COxMPILED FOR THE COLONIST.] ,IMPORTS . Brandy First Quality, per gallon, .p 0 1o 6 .a 05 ? a0 0 ;; , Second ditto.............. 3 0", = ' Rum, B.P., proof ............... 2. 0 .'O?~ I . ' American; ditto ...... ..;.. 0 -1 0-. :.0..'1'.. 3-: Isle of France, ditto ...'.'.. 0 ; 1 0 .. 0 1 c ,Gha, untiuged: ,.,................. 0 3 2 ..' 0 3e 4 ' Case, 4gallois' . '.... .. . . 4 . 7 o Port, best,p er Pipe;'.,.;.. :"S+ 0 ?0 ; +0+0: O' Good, per pipe:;°;.;r..;Y.':.:.?.. : 30 ;0 0 ..36 0 0 Sherry, best, per;butt .... .... 30 0 0 . .50 0 0 Per dozen.;....;.....1 5 0 .. 1 to e Madelira, .pipe ". '. . " 1 30 0; 0.45 '0 ., Per dozen ...".......'. 1 5 0"..1. 10 0 Teneriffe, per pipe........... . 17 . 0 ..21. 0 S Per dozen .... :". ?.. 0 15 0 ..! 0 0 :Cape, Company's best, 110 gallos .. 12 0 .0 ..i13 0 e' Champagne, sparkling........... 2:10 0 ..,; n... . 2 10 0 .. Ale, Burton,iper barrel 836 gallons 7 0 0.. X Taylor's strong pale, per hhd 6 0 0 .. ?610 = Hasting's ...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 December 1835

BIRTH. At Maitland, on the 19th instant, Mrs. J. B. R. Robertson of a son. DEATH.   On Monday, 28th instant, after a long and pain- ful illness, Agnes Ann, the wife of Mr. John Reilly, of Pitt Street.    

Publication Title: Colonist, The
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VESSELS ENTERED OUTWARDS SINCE OUR LAST PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 December 1835

VESSELS ENTERED OUTW??DS-, SINCE! OUR LAST:PUBLICArION : SDecember '28.:-James:.Colvin,: aughan, :Soiith Seas, .Dawes and Co.; agents. . i::'r?: , 28,-- Currency Lass, Kind,'Launceston D. Egan; agent. <28 .-Maria, Roberton;- D. Egan'agent,,, .'q -29.--City-of Edinburgh, Baker,London.- Camp hbell aid Co., agenis. : .:: : 30:--Rachel, Potter,., Hobart 'l:wn, 'John-Lord' and Co , agcnts.1y :1

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LIFE AND FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 December 1835

llIFE: AND FIR'E `INSRtANT CE: 'COM' A-CMob'iN' of the above ;deseriptioni is'' ati' to be fornied' ii Sydney., its ifor.mation 'hsb'e~en suggested \by .several gentlemeh, actuated *by .a, desire :to. benefit their fellow-colonists;; tihe great necessity that exists for' such an establish ment, none can deny; the''beiiefits likely. to accrue 'from mit, rniut' be equally' obvious toall'. Many widows 'and orphans, 'no? destituf iin iithe colony, far from lvome and 1their -friends, wodld h'ave been, placed in ,a Ivery. different situation had. such 'an excellent institution rbeen in:.?exr istence before thy 'were bereaved, of the hulshbnd and 'parent : anid many, very many, who are not inowb fatherless, 'butt will' becohie so, will have reason to 'le grateful to' the originabtrs of "thi establishment. The wealth of' tlis :coldny'tnay be' said, at the present moment, to, consist ex clusively in oil .and wool., 'Persons ,embarking their capital in the oil fishery can provide against the ...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISSIONS TO THE ABORIGINES. SUPPLEMENTARY ARTICLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 December 1835

..MISSIONS TO THIE ABORIGINES.: SUPPLEMENTARY ARTICLE. TE Rev. Dr. LANG has handed us a letter which: '?.it'd"seems, has been addressed to him by tlW? Rev. L. E. THRELKELD, Missionary to the Abo-,. rigines,.under the idea of Dr. L.'s being the au •thor of the leading articles recently published; in this journal under the title of " Missions to the Aborigines." Whether Mr. T. is right or wrong in imputing the authorship of these articles .to Dr. LANG, we do not think it necessary to iam form our readers; but we beg to inform Mr. T. that it is quite contrary to literary etiquette to single out any individual as the author of: an editorial article in a periodical publication, and to: address a letter either of crimination 'or :of explanation to that individual, instead of address ihg the avowed Editor. Our character as public journalists stands committed in regard, to .the ;statements put forth respecting the Mission: to the Aborigines conducted by Mr. T IRELRIELD We shall, therefore, ...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Original Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. 26th December, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 December 1835

'TO TILE EDITOR OF THE COLISONST. L26th Deeethber, 1835. .Imt, ---Much having,been reported. pdrejudicial toi -Swan River, -without the .parties having the :can-" i'~o6r j:to expilain ,why those :prejudices exist, or -from what :occurrences'they arise-. I am induced ,t"hinaike this effort to enteavour'to dispel the m?ist that' seems stuibbornly .to hang oier the fate of that.initeresting -yet extraordinary"'Colony, a&nd if.pQssible to'bring it mnore into public no tice, .I will Ie as 'brief as my.poor.abilities will "ipefmit, apologising-at the same time for encroach -Ing on your valuable columns. It is said that *the'Colony is a complete faiilure, and sundry. ,tales are told in 'support of thliatassertion, and its present condition in some degree exhibits a justi ctication; but it is to be hoped that a discerning public, and his Majesty's Government, will hesi tate before they give a final judgment, and !keep' in mind,.that, what has been done is solely out of the pockets, ...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
English Statistics. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 December 1835

WE insert the following article from a recent numnber of 'I.hl Companion to the Newspaper. -Its publication in that most usef'ul .periodical has been:occasioned, we presume, by the intro duction of Sir 'John Campbell's -Bill for the Abo.: lition'of Imprisonment for Debt, except in cases of friaud. It is humiliating to think that so barbarous an enictment as that which gives a. creditor an absolute power over the person of his debtor should sill be allowed to disgrace the Statute book of England : EXPENSIVENESS OF IMPRISONMENT FOR. SMALL DEBTS AND SMALL DE .LINQ LIE N C1ES. Two very important returns, headed Bath Jail, have just been laid before Parliament. They illustr~ite, in a very. striking manner, the expensiveness of im prisonment for small debts and petty infringements of police regulations. The first is entitled " A Return of the persons com mitted to the Bath City Jail from March, 1833; to March, 1835, by order of the Local Courts of Re quest; stating the amount of the debt ...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Literature and Science. SOUTH SEA ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 December 1835

iitrtsurvt it t ? Dta ciec i-e. SOUTH SEA ISLANDS. By'the. Olive Branch, from Tahiti and Tonga Taboo, we have' received, through the kindness of the Rev. Mr. Davies; one of the London So-. ciety's Missionaries' in the. Society Islands, a copy of the 13th Number of KE KUMU HAWAII, or The Hawaiian Instructor, a- Newspaper printed and published in the 'Hawaiian or Sandwich Island dialect of the.Polynesian language, by the Americanr Missionaries, at Honolului. the capital of the island of Oahu, and the chief seaport ofthe Sandwich Islands. It is rather singular, that it should have arrived so opportunely to evince to our readers the importance which christian men and ;christian ministers; in other 'parts of the world, nowi attach, as a means of promoting the moral and general amelioration otrnankind, [to 'the periodical press. Indeed, The Hawaiian In structor is not the only newspaper published in the Sandwich Islands, nay, is. not the only inewspaper conducted by Missionaries.: There i...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
English Extracts. JAMAICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 December 1835

4i .:TTN owr have been :heldl m F-i maouth iýjpdAV orant L~ay, to .promoýte 41he imnportaI4Oon.i f i;Eproj)ean in -1) ureis,. to colonize the fertile, lands .o',t~he interior, fThr -'he purpose of culivating coffee, ginger, and other' iinuior Products. The Resolutions` ,pa~se(J.at .these miiue;tings ass~ert the entire f'ailureiof the a transition w'heme. Thus we find it re~olved, by thceinectingdf th ft I li~onias in the Eaist AgriculturalI bnmigration I ýýi ~ty i~ý t Morant Thny, A rl t{tofrn`h' " That, as,` in their present state 'of modified bondage, the apprenticed labourers work only from compulsion, it is not in reason to be: expected that they ,will suddenly assume habits of laborious industry when that compulsion shall have ceased. " That, considering the natural habits of our half civilized peasantry, we cannot contemplate, without horror, the approach of a period which is to let themfi 'loose from all artificial control and restraint, uninflu enced towards us (with fewexce...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEMALE CONVICT SERVANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 December 1835

;`.F1EMALtE CONVICT SERVANTS.. - rEvgreat 'difficulty, we might say the'-impossi bi'Eityýf 'private .families in New South Wales Sbtaining - respectable free female domestics (?thanks to Mr. Marshull) -compels them to have ?ecourseto the Factory at:Parraniatta. Amongst kheship 'loads of ,women, sent out :byithe Female, Enmigration Committee but -few, -in proportion, .nlmtlandi~g brought an unblemished reputation, and a :still'essnumber have retained it';these . as I . haturally -be -supposed, soon better.'ýtheir, situation 'by marriage, at all events change -it,:by b-ecoming their -own Mistresses,--instead :of being! servants. to- others,-no alternative therefore re ,tains, but 'either to 'take into our fiamilies the: residue of 'the free women, mainy of whom':ai?e almost useless, most of them impertinent; whd, when reprimanded, will just put on'tlheir bonnets Snd dwalk,- without-even.the custoalrry civility to ..say. good .morning; .-an numb'ers;, 'wlidse characters will •not bear ...

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MURDER AT BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 December 1835

MURDER AT BATHURST.'       [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] One of those diabolical outrages which disgrace human society, occurred in this vicinity some few days back, in the murder, under circum-   stances of the deepest atrocity, of the wife of a settler named Fitzpatrick, residing near Lewis' Ponds: The husband of the unfortunate woman   had left her alone at their dwelling while he went to bring up his cattle; the wandering of the herd   occasioned his protracted stay, and on his return   to his home, the appalling spectacle of his mur- dered wife was the first object which presented itself, lying in a mangled state outside the house. Bruises and fractures covered the corpse, which appeeared eventually to have been deprived of   life by a deep incision in the throat. A broken pitchfork handle lay beside the body--the house had been plundered of property to a considerable amount, and n...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BARON DE THIERRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 December 1835

THE BARON DE THIERRY. BY a private letter from Tahiti we have learned that a foreigner of this name and designation —but of what country we have not ascertained— styling himself, moreover, Supreme Chief of New Zealand, has arrived at Tahiti from Panama on the Spanish main. On his arrival at Tahiti he   addressed a letter to the Queen, which was translated for him by one of the missionaries, and subscribed himself Baron de Thierry, Sove- reign or Supreme Chief of New Zealand. The vessel that landed him at Tahiti intended to have touched at Gambier's Island, considerably to the eastward, on which it appears that several French Roman Catholic Missionaries, accompanied by an Irishman of the name of Father Murphy, have recently settled with the view of converting the natives to the Romish faith. Father Mur- phy lately visited Tahiti, to spy out the land, as was supposed ; for the accounts he gave of him- self and his objects were so different from what was ascertained to be ...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 December 1835

PROJECTED DEPARTURES Worf, for sperm ,fishery, and Argo for Mau- ritius,this day. Francis Freeling, and Rachael, for Hobart Town, 2nd proxiuio.   Currency Lass and Nimrod, for Launceston, 3rd proximo.     Vessels laid on for New South,Wales.—Bardaster (Convics), J. T. Chalmers. John Barry, (Con- victs), John Robison. Rhoda, Stephen C. Hurst, Richard Reynolds, T. Dixon. Governor Harcourt, W. Doutty. Platina, G. H. Parker. Maria Wat- son, T. A Elley. Giraffe, E. Burn. Vessels laid on for Hobart Town and New South.   Wales.—Integrity, John Pearson. Ellen, George Dixon. Mary, W. Beachcroft. Bencoolen. Ross- lyn Castle, W. Richards. Boadicea (Female Emigrants), R. Venus.

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Colonial Politics. OUR FIRST YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 December 1835

Colonial Politics.     OUR FIRST YEAR. We felicitate our numerous readers on our having     arrived at the close of another year. The year   1835, with all its pleasures and sorrows, is fast hastening to its termination, and we are now about to enter on another period of our short and transitory existence. And as it is customary at     such seasons for prudent people to balance their accounts, and to ascertain what progress they have made, either in the great business of life or in the business of their particular callings, during the year that is past, we intend in our editorial capacity to follow the praiseworthy example.   The first number of THE COLONIST newspaper   was published on the 1st of January, and the   fifty-third number is now issuing from the press on the 31st December, 1835. It commenced with an Address to the public, exhibiting its &...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 December 1835

THE. COLONIST OFFICE, Printing of ,every description is executed with neattees; eea-i n' unctuality, and despatch. To AnVERnTZSERs. " J very extensive, respectablq, atrd' rapidly in-i : -:'- creasing circulation of TxE. CoCr,OoTx1, renders it ;?peculiarly desirable for the insertion of advertisements. ENLARG!EMENT ' OF TEE SYDNWEY 11ONEZTOR. - 0---. 1:s1'3frciends. of the PIioprietor'of The Sutdney Mo t,: - ip=and the public generally, are respectfully i::'i-nf?nmed; that that Journal will be enlarged on.the 28ri of the present' month, to all those subscribers who take both numbers, by a Suppleriient, to be pibtiibeid" -every .atur.day, which will contain " The Of:itatlGovuirinmest 'Gazette, and such English Ex -tracts.as the extra, sheet published may contain, after Thet Gazette shall have been set forth in detail. T'he Undersigned 'takes the 'present opportunity of returning his thanks to all his, old friends. of three -..aod-twenty years'- acquaintance. and. less, fir their consi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 December 1835

5bbertitt te ntt0. : . WOR LONDON DRzaCT. WC ILL 'Lbe speedily despatched, the greater part ;'!.. 'of, her Cargo being engaged, the fine fast sail? ingfirst 'class A 1 ship WILLIAM of Irvine, ;470 tons. Register, Tno.Mas CLARKE, Commander.' This vessrel, has discharged 'her outward cargo -ithout damaging a single package, and is a ve"y desirable conveyance for .early. Wool,, which, she.. has?-com mencod receiving, having all her ,dead. weight.;on board., She is a Poop sihp yitl e?cellent; accom modations.. . • ' ? . . For 'particulars of Freightor Passage applyto S. A. BRYANT AND CO.orto ,Mesirs. CAMP'BELiL AND CO? . Ge'oge' Street. WOU U z'UZ GH T Oe. CxIARTER. HrJI1 fine fasr sailing A' 1 Ship JOHN, '464 Tons L Register,' John Whyte, Commander; this'Ship 'h'as :very splendid poop.accommodations; and between .decks,6 :feet.9 incehes-.high . For particulars- apply to , eit;ge. S, A,. il1T;YAN"I and CO.,'Agents. PZOnR .tAIJNCZSTON 35R.ECT. To Sail on 3rd .January. "HE Frst Class Brit...

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Domestic Intelligence. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 31 December 1835

Domestic Intelligence.             [CONTINUED.] We beg to acknowledge the receipt of two Bills from the Australian Patriotic Association, forwarded by that body to Mr. Bulwer for presentation to the Bri- tish Parliament; the first providing for " a Legisla-   tive Council and a Legislative Assembly," the other combining the two Estates in one House of Assembly. As we have not yet had time to peruse either of the Bills, we shall defer our remarks till a subsequent opportunity. The head quarters of the 28th are on board the John Barry, and the 80th Regt. is under orders for these colonies. William Hutchinson Allman, M. D., from the staff, to be Assistant-Surgeon 4th Regiment of Foot; vice Holland, who exchanges. Ensign James Symington Shortt, from the 48th Foot, to be Ensign in 4th Foot, vice Henderson, who retires.   Ensign Quinten Swift, from 12th root, to be En-   si...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 7 January 1836

EXPORTS Oil ,Sperm-~whnle, per tuim. . 00 0 '0 .,.'3 0 , 3 Blackditto, dihto......... 16 0 ?, FLAx. .N. Zealand, rough, per .ºn.15,.. 0 .0 .. .:. Dlitto ditto, iIle ..... 18': 0 0 Timber Jine Gumn, per oial.. "'2 '5 '6 .. 2 . Treellils, per thola di.l/. t." n .... "c, ,0 ; O ?0 , ? 52 " . ,,,4 RideS; sultedpi, 1 0r 0 *2.... '0 .. 0 _0' Horais ..... ......:er 100: 0 17 0 024 .0. Ditto, Tips.. ..'..........dlitto.. 0, 4 0 .. 0 0 b Tnllow, rendered c ....i .....,... 0 0 4 .. W ool ................. *........."0, 0.10 :,.. 2,

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WHOLESALE PRICES OF GOODS. JANUARY 7. [COMPILED FOR THE COLONIST.] IMPORTS. SPIRITS, in bond. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 7 January 1836

WHOLESALE R'IC1ES 0F GOODS. JANUARY 7. IcouMrILD uitRa TlE cOiorNIBT.] :IMPORTS. SPZXRZTS, in beond. r, . Brandy, First Quality, per gallon '.. 0 4, ,`'a 0 ; ,. Second ditto..:'........~.. 0 1'3 ''0 "' ?;1 0 ? !!a : Rum, B:P., proo' ................ .:2- ...0,.. 20. . Rumn, Strong, 30 OP::.P... ........ " 0,:3 .. 0 3. " Amnerican, ditt" ...'.'..."... "'" 0" 1%:0 .. 0o'1 3 "Isle ?I Firaiice,ditto : ..: 0 1 0 . 0 .~ ;1 Guin untinged .. .. .'.:..:. . :.".* * 0+,3;'4 i - 'Straw coloured ,... ........ O 2 .., 2 Case, 4 gallons :... . :. '. 1' .' . 4 i 'WINES: Potbest, per . plbpe .. ..,.30, O 0 ..?0 0 .. ' -/. - `'d ""? e ldoz ; ..-.. ,' .,' - 10' ' ,'. '+1 " Good, ?perpipe ..... 30" o.1'0:', .36'' 0 Sheiry, best, per bhtt '::.i3.:..a+0' 0' 0'•50C 0, Per dozen:'.. . ; " 1 5 0,.0 . ;1 0 . 1 r Madeira, per pipe :.**. *.. .30 0.0 4 0..45 Per dozen ... .1. 5 0 .. l '0? t 'P.. pdozen .r.:: r l :. : 0 15 1i O,0? _, . Cape, Company's best, 110 gallolis .. 12 O 0..13 0; ;0 Champagne, spar1ling ....

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