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Colonial Politics. EDUCATION.—THE SUBJECT CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 February 1835
EDUCATION.-THE SUBJECT &nbsp; CONTINUED. In our last number we proposed to point out the propriety, the expediency and the &nbsp; necessity of conjoining religious instruction in some form or other with the general education of youth; &nbsp; &nbsp; K I.From the nature and design of edu- -r cation. '°''II. From the peculiar character and con- r i stitution of oui" colonial society.:L'. "ll; From the decidedly infidel and uto- E * pian :character of any system of education i that would presume, in a Christian country, c :",to consider. all religions as alike, or that i :'wuld cherish the preposterous expectation &lt; of conciliating in its favour all classes and I ,:a.t'ribes of men. ' I?:V. From the uniform practice of those " .igovernments, whether in Europe or in: 'America, that have- been ;the most zealous '] :and the :most successful in the cause .of 1 ",'education. : Want of time prevented us from enter- 1 ing so fully, in our last number,...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 February 1835
Jani 30.-Bengal Merchant(ship); Campbell, from London. on 1st October, with 267 male prisoners. Feb. 1.Tainar, and William IV. (steamers), from Newcastle ,W ith passengers; &c.e Feb. .---Lambton (cutter); from Port Stephens. Feb. 1.-Hyacinth (H.M.S) Francis Blackwood, &nbsp; Esq;, commander, from Hobart Town, with passengers and merchandise Feb. l;-Britomart' (barquie) M'Donald, :from Lnondo, 16thi August, .via llobart Towni, w`ith pas sengers and merchandise. 'eb. 2.: Royal Saxon (ship ),. Rennar,, from ;Liverpool, via Hobart Town, with, passengers and mierchandise: -Felb.2.-Guardian (barque), Leese, from Hobart Town,'with passengers and miierchandsdise. Feb? 2.--Frth (barque), Hiutton, from Corlk, with 195 male prisoners. Fell:3.-UUndaufited (baique), Armstrong, fromn London, with passengers and merchaiidise . m Feb.-3.-Isabella (Govt. schooner), Boyle?l from Moireton Bay: . DEPARTURES. .Feb. 1.-Syren (brig), Munro, for Hobart Town, with passengers, .&c. Fe...
TIDE TABLE &c. FOR SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 February 1835
TIDE TABLE &c. 1FOR SYDNEY.; I11gh IIater. Situ Age l I MON. r I EVEN._ flines. I tst8. [Moon ýU s tr.. x. Rx. es onThursday . 12, 8. 10 8 30 j-. 2-2 '0 38 . 15 Frity ..*,.13 8 60 0 0. 5 211 0 , 37&lt;, 10 ,, S•;tiird y.. 4Ill 30 0 "LoI "5 .1 6 ,30 17 Siuday,.;, 15 -10 ., 10 25 5 , 25 6 35 IS MJnday.. 160 10 45' 11 5 26 U, 84 19 :. Tuesday .. 17 .11 l,. 11 35 5 ,27-, 33 20, "leuls;.tityl-8 11 ?0 5 '28 32 . ,2
Markets. PRICES OF THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 February 1835
PRICES OF THE FOLLOWING :ARTICLES: Potatoes........... ... 9 0a 10 0 Wheat, per bushel......6.. 4 '6" 0 Barley ditto....... . 3 6 4 0 Rye ditto........ :.... .0 30 Oats ditto ...........: 30 3 6 Maize ditto ......'.' .. 3 0 :3 6 Hay, per cwt ..86.... . ;:?: 10 , 0 Hay, (oat) .. 0 7 0 Straw; per load. 15 0 18 0 Bread per 21b.. loaf 0.....:: .- 3?3 0 0 Beef per lb., perjoint 0 2 0 "3 Mutton ditto, ditto .... 0..... : O: 3; 0 4 : Veal ditto, ditto.:; .;..:...... .. 0 5 0 6& Pork ditto, ditto ..... ... ,6 Colonial salt pork . 7... . 7 Ditto bacon ....... ......... 0 7 0. 9 Ditto beef.. . • . 0. 3 0; 3 Ditto hams ............ : 8 1: 0 Salt, English, per cwt. ... ,., s6 65 G. 0. Tea, Hyson, per lb......::..... 3. 3 '4 6 - Opon green .. 2 3 2 .0 Ground coffee............. .. .. 2 0 Moist sugars per lb., per 100 lbs . . 3 0 3 Negrohead tobocco ... : :. .. 3 0 ,Colonial ditto, leaf, in bulkl ;.~: 0. : 4 0 6 fig, in cask ........ 1 0 " 6 R.um per gallon (limp: proof) :?.13` 0 15 0, Br...
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 February 1835
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. I-Iarmony, for tNew: Zealand,- aid Lainbton,, for Port Stephens, this day. Governor IHarcourt, for London'; Henry Freeling, for Eastern Isles;. Isabella, :for Norfolk 'Island; ILady N ormaudy, for Mauritius; George Hibbert, for Madras, via Swan River, to-morrow.
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 February 1835
DEPARTURES. ,Feb. 5.-Governor Phillip (brig), Lewis, for Nor folk Island, w.ith stores and 73 prisoners'of the Covwn, -under a militay guarrd. Feb. 7.--William Metcalf (ship), Phillipsoii, for. 'London, with passenger~ aud colonial produce. Feb. 9,---William IV. Tamar, and Sophia Jane ;(steamers); for Newcastle. Feb. 11.-John Barry .(ship); ,for iLondon, withl colonial produee.
FREIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 February 1835
FR EIGHTS. To London--Wool, Id. to I?d. per lb.; oil,' 31 10s. per tun; timber, 31. 10s..per load; flax, 41.to 41. 10s. per ton. 'To Liverpool-The same as to London. To Hobart Town and Launceston-I'. 5ss to 41. 10s per ton. To Swan River-il. 10s. to 21. per ton.' To New Zealand and South Sea Islands--2`l. to, 21. .10s. per ton. .
Poetry. VERSES WRITTEN WITHIN SIGHT OF THE NORTH-EAST CAPE OF NEW ZEALAND, ON BOARD THE AUSTRALIA, AUGUST, 1830.—EXTRACTED FROM DR. LANG;S "VIEW OF THE ORIGIN AND MIGRATIONS OF THE POLYNESIAN NATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 February 1835
Poet'. VERSES WRITTEN WITHIN SIGHT ,OF THE NORTH-EAST CAPE OF NEW ZEALAND, ON BOARD THE AUSTRALIA, AUGUST,=, 18330.-EXTRACTED. FROM DR. LANG'S S"VIEW. OF THE ORIGIN AND MIGRATIONS OF' THE POLYNESIAN NATION. Antarctic isle! thy mountains rise All dimly. o'er the western main;_ But gladly I regale my eyes With the bless'd sight of land again ! 0, O tis a welcome sight to me, Amid this wild and billowy sea ! Thy shores, methinks, sequester'd isle, Might forma fitting dwelling-place For men devoid of earthly guile; For mortals of a healvenlyrace ; For underneath thy cloudless skies Fancy might form a Paradise. Far different is the race that swarinms 'Along t y rivers, lakes and bays.: All horribly disguised their, forms, All treacherous their savage ways; Barbarian war their chief employ, And deadliest crueltyj their joy. The vile assassin's hideous yell, 'The murderer's terrific roar, The music and the speech of hell . Are heard along thy shelving shore ; While men, like lions in their...
GANG OF THIEVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 February 1835
GANG OF THIEVES. A CONSIDERABLE sensation has been excited at Odstoke near Salisbury, in consequence of the discovery of a gang of thieves, who have for some timie past conmmitted various depredations in thi? immediate neighbourhood. There is .scarcely a farm, mansion, or garden,' 6on which midnight-contributions have not "been levied, Last week, as one of the keepers on Lord :Radnor's -estate was surveying a portion of the property, which lies in a most unfrequented part of the Downs, bor dering on the forest called " The Great and Little Yews," he discovered a column of smoke issuing from t:.he iimbrageous foliage of one" of the largest trees, and anxious to discover the cause, he penetrated the w Wood, and following a narrow winding track, suddenly found himself introduced into what may, without any impropriety, be called a sylvan apartment. T'Ihis was formed by cutting away the lower branches of the tree, under which the bushes were stunted and de cayed, while the hazel, holly, ...
Religious Intelligence. EAST INDIES. SCOTTISH-CHURCH MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 February 1835
.EAST ZNTIZES. SCOTTISH-CHURCH 'MISSION. THE following particulars of the Baptism: of/Two, Young Hindoos of good education by the. Rkev:. Alexander Duff, of the Scottish-Church Mission : at Calcutta, will doubtless be read with much: interest. BAPTISM OF TTWO YOUNG AND' WELL-EDUCATBED; HINDOOS AT CALCUTTA. Krishna Mohun Banerjea,. now in charge of thl ,Church, Missionary's Eniglish School at Nirzapore, wa. baptized by Mr. Duff, assisted by Mr. Mackay;, October 17, 1832, in presence. of a numerous body.; of ladies and gentlemen, .and upwards of forty natives, the majority of. whom had been pupils of the :Hindoeoe: College, and were some of its brightest.ornamonts..:. On being asked-`" Do you renounce all .idolatry; superstition, and all the frivolous rites and practices of the Hindoo religion ?" ".I do,'; he replied ; "a d: I, pray God. to incline my countrymen to d so so likie' wise." T.o the question-" Do you believe. in God: the Father and Creator of all; in Jesus iChrist, ~s your...
English Extracts. DINNER TO EARL GREY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 February 1835
-*** e - DINNER TO EARL GREY. TnE following e the comments of the Times of. the 12th of Sptemiber last, relative to a splendidl entertainment -w ich was then just about io b. giveh at Edinbiirgh, to the late Premier, Earl; Giey, and" at: which :it was expected Lordi Brougham;, and the Right Honourable Charles Grant ivould be. present., SThe teformers of. Edinburgh are not the men we:; conceive, them, to be if they, give more. than ,a civil, reception to the Concervative burgess of Inverness.' They will say to him in the words of Scott's High-, land heroines " What are you that have the tongue:? and the, habit of the, hound, and yet seek to lie dowvn. with the, deer?" The mere courtesies .of hospitality, they caninot be expected to withhold even from an undesired guest, but any thing, more will be a sane:' tion of -the backward policy avowed at Inverness, and treason to the cause of justice and improvement.' -Lord Brougham will appear before the .Edinburgh Reformers branded with his ...
AFFAIRS OF SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 February 1835
AFFAIRS OF SPAIN.. C WE alluded on Thursday last with reprobation to theC alarming Proposition of a national bankruptcy, im plied, though rot expressed, in the financial project of Count de Toreno, the Spanish MIinister, and we declared our, conviction - that the resources of Spain, if duly collected and honestly administered, would render such a 'calamity as unnecessary, as its occur rence wvitlout:necessity would be disgraceful. - It is calculated that one fourth of the soil of'Spain is still in possession of the church.. According to a. very moderate estimate, mnuch probably below the mark, it is said that this ecclesiastical portion yields a rent, or at least would yield a rent, of 5,000,0001. . sterling, or would bring; if, sold at 25 years' purchase, 125,000,0001. This is independent of the value of the buildings, of the live stock, and of the rent of houses in cities, which belong to the beneficiaries of cathedrals, to the higher clergy, or to monasteries, and which may proba...
Literature and Science. THE CONQUEST AND OCCUPATION OF ALGIERS BY THE FRENCH. [THIRD NOTICE.] [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 February 1835
isiterattutv "ati Cnttnce' . " TIHE CONQUEST AND OCCUPATION OF ALGIERS BY THE FRENCH. [THIRD NOTICE.] BOURMONT fell with .the Parisian revolutioin of July; but it was not intil the 2nd of September that his successor to the governor-generalship of I Algiers, al1pointed by. Louis Philippe, arrived. 4 This successor was. Count Clauzel, one of Na po leon's generals, a mart distinguished by military i genius, and much respected for his political c(on sistency,.and honourable, gentlemanly character. Shortly after his arrival, Marshal Gerard, then minister at war, informed..the .Count that the 4 French government, already determined to keep possession of Algiers, .was,.now confirmed in its intention of. forming an important colony in its territory. The first step to be taken towards 4 this great end, was-to grant lands to colonists on the Matidja plain, and: then gradually to drive a4l the refractory native tribes back upon mount Atlas. But neither the. marshal who commanded nor the gener...
Colonial Statistics. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 February 1835
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [A friend in London, distinguished for his geo &nbsp; graphical researches in this territory, and who still takes an interest in every thing relating to our colonial prosperity, has sent us a copy of the followiing Bill, recently passed by the Im- perial Parliament for the colonization of Southern Australia. We consider it of sufficient importance to insert it entire in this number of our Journal :] A BILL, as amended by the Committee of the House of Commons, to erect South Australia into a British Province, and, to provide for the Colonization and Government thereof. PREAMBLE. Whereas that part of Australia which lies be tween the meridians of the one hundred and thirty- &nbsp; second, and one hundred and forty-first degrees of East Longitude, and between the Southern Ocean-: and the Tropic of Capricorn, together with the Islands adjacent thereto, consists of waste and unoccupied lands, which are supposed to be fit for the purposes of colonization: ...
Colonial Politics. EDUCATION.—THE SUBJECT CONCLUDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 February 1835
. tCoiflIot al Politict . .EDUCATION.--THE. ;SUBJBECT CONCLUDED Ix our two, friieri papers on this subject P roposed in the fadrth and last place to :point cut ?t!h';propriety, the expediency,' aiid the absoite eceity of conjo ining religious instruction with the general edu odtiion of youth, from the niform practie of those overm~nentsl ·iwhether Ehurope Sr in Ainerica, that have been the: most zealous.: anid 'the most .successful in the caiise.of education. . .e confess. we -are not fonid of being .p'.pressed, oin.anysubject whatever; w ith the: :igument from authority. When weliave once ascertained:.what is unquestioiably right, either in principle or, in practice, we .never coiicern ourselves with ehiquiring?who it i:s that either inculcates or that does vwhat is manifestly wrong. Even- although it should ,',turn out to :,be' the soidisrant head :of"the, chiiurch, .or' the actuial head of the state, or ,of the army, we maintain oTur own piiiions at all hazards, and puisue ou r o...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. Wolongong, Sunday, 8th Feb. 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 February 1835
TO: THE: EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. Wolongong, Sunday, 8th Feb. 1835. Sir, At the request of the Stewards and other subscribers to your paper, may I beg you will insert our Illawarra Races, a copy of which I herewith send you. This year being the commencement, we can not afford paying for publication; and, as we are beginning hope for your assistance. It may per haps get subscribers to the paper, at all events it, will get the good will and thanks,-I am, Your obedient servant,' t J. O'B. C. In reply to ? our correspqndent at Illawarra, we beg'to state that in accordainc?'with the principles deliberately adopted for the guidance of this pa per and detailed. at' length' in our first number, we are :not ;at liberty: to ,publish, the document alluded to in.the preceding note. In the num ber ii: :question;' our correspondent will find the following developement. of our principles in the third column Qf the first page. 'viz:- ",'In the article of Religion, which it is" com mdnlyssupposed nec...
Original Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 February 1835
Original Correspondence. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONISER SIR,-Would it not be well to bring into public notice, the state and arrangement of the Female Factory at Parramatta; to which female convicts are generally accustomed to look, not so much as a place of punishment, as of relief from domestic, servitude, and from which they usually return worse than they went? If the testimony of an inmate lately returned to her service is to be believed, twenty women employed nominally in breaking, or rather tapping at stones, produced in one day, only one barrow load of broken pieces. Yours respectfully, A SUBSCRIBER: We are not aware of the circumstances con nected with the internal management of the Fac- tory to which a Subscriber alludes. We shall be &nbsp; glad however to be furnished with information by those who can afford it, as there cannot possibly be any desire on the part of the authorities to maintain any existing abuses in that ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 February 1835
GUN REPAIRING, &c. T S. LAMBARD, from the celebrated Gun - Makers, .1. and I. MANTON'S London. No. 2 King Street, West George Street, Sydney. T. S. L. returns his sincere thanks to the Mer- chants, Captains of vessels, and gentlemen generally 'for the encouragement he has experienced and he trusts that by an assiduous attention to business and the very superior style of workmanship, that he Will merit their thrther support. ,Guns and Pistols repaired, cleaned, and altered, from the flint to the percussion principle in a very su perior manner. ,Barrels bored, Ram-roads nipples- fitted, and re pairs of every description expeditiously done. Ivory, Steel, Brass, and Faney Wood turning. T. S. L. Invites captains and gentlemen leaving the colony to inspect the splendid assortment of Port Macquane Birds, he has for sale consisting of Rifle, &nbsp; Regent, Zebra, Dragoon, Satin, and Bronze Cuckoo. MESSR J. & S. TEGG. &nbsp; BOOKSELLERS AND PUBLISHERS. Opposit...