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TUESDAY, JANUARY 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 7 January 1836

TUESDAY, JAN UARY, 5.: VEGETABLEs-Potatoes, 12s. 'to 14. pei cwt. Cab bages; 2d. to 3d. each. Brocoli,,13d. each. 'Tuir nips and Carrots, 3d. per bunch. - Onidns, -2d. 2per lb. French beans, Is. Gd. per peck. Pease 2s. 6d. per 'db.,, Fr'uit, plentiful.' Poultry, scarce-FPowlsj 4s. to 5s. per couple. - Ducks, 5s.:6d..to 6s. per'ditto Geese: 10s..per do. Salt butter,l s:? 6d. 'to 2s. per lb. Fresh do. 2s. 6d. per do. Eogs, 2s.-to:.2. 3d: perdoz. Cheese, 7d. to 8d. .perib. H.ams, 1i2: to 13d. per lb. Soap andGCandles;; 8d: per lb..:, Salt pork; . 8d.. per: ditto. .Bread :per.21b; loaf, ,4Ad. Butchers' meat--Beef and Mutton, Ad. to5d ;-,per lb Veal and Pocks.8d. per lb.: .-Hay+--best, oaten,,'121. to 151; per ton. Natural grass, 131. per forit!, lMaiize, 7s. 6d..per bushel.. Oats, 4s, 6d...perbushel. WVheat straw, 25s. to 30s; per load. ,:I.,; . SWteat--Averdge pprice, 8s.per'ihishel ofr 601bs . . Ftritd.-First quality, 20s. second ditto, 18. pet. 100lbs.

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Markets. FRIDAY, JANUARY 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 7 January 1836

,: FRIDAY, JANUARY 1. VEGETABLES-Potatoes,.10s. to 12s. .per cwt: Cab= bagesi,';1 d. to 2d. each. Brocoli, 3d: each; Tur nips and Carrots, 3d.; per bunch. .Onions, 3d. to 4d. per lb. Cucumlibers, 2d. to .4d. each. -Broad. bearns;'TI$e: lpe'F peck. 'French ditito, '1'Is:- per iditto.. Pease, 2s. 6d. to 3s. per ditto. Fruit--Apples, ?Gd.: to 15d. per dozen'. 1ears, 4d. to 8d. ditto.". Apri c'ot, is.,to 1ls..6d. per'ditto. Plums,"'ls. per' ditto.: Gr'een Gages, Is. 6d. per ditto. -Lemons.;'s: :to 2s. per do. Oranges, 2s. 6d. to` 3s. per :do.' , Poultry-P Fo?ls, 4s. to 6s. per couple. Ducks,' 5s: to s. per. dd. 'Geese, 10s. per do., Eggs, ls:. 9d? 'to. '2 pei. dozen. Salt butter, ls. Gd. to 2s. per lb. Fresh do, ls . 9d. to" 2s.'per:do. 'Cheese, :7ýd! i'o8d: perl b. Butcheis' meat-Beef, percarcase, 3d.: to 4d. 'per lb:. 'iMutton,: per do:. 3d per`'do.: Besa''oa.tin hay, 121, to '151. per-ton.", Natural grass, .231. per: ditto. Maize, 7s.. Gd.per bushel?: Oats? 4s. to 4s.: 6d per. do.t W...

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EXPORTS. VESSELS CLEARED FROM THE 26TH TO THE 2ND INST, INCLUSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 7 January 1836

7 EXPORTS.' VESSELS CLEARED FItOM TIlE 26TH TO TilE 2ND INST, INcI.USrVE. . Maria, 135 tons, Roberton, nmaster, for: Hobart; Town; 25 casks beef, 52 tonis caskls, I whale boat, 12 coils'whale lirie, ? try, pots, 2 coppei.coolers, L iron bedstead, Stores. . Wolf, 264 tons, Evans,, for South Seas;. fishery; stores. a tl, f' 'W' Eagle,,107tons, ratt; m te r. f Swan River. 62 barrels rpum, 10 hogshe~ids brandy 5 casks tobiceo, 1 cise cigars, 160 bushels oats, 5 tons:hay,: 40ih'ead of cattle, 100 sheep, 30 iohs coals, 3 cases n~iskets,: 2 cases hardvare, 1 bale slops, 3 ,"csks' chocolate, 1 case drugs, 1 cask pearlash," and stores. ..Currency Lass, 90 tons, IKind,; faster,. for 'Laun-I ceston; 162 chests, 108 chests tea, 50 bags sugar, 22 casks 38 cases wine,.20 bags rice, 16 casks i:um, 20 hogsheads porter, 2 cases starch, 1. casestationery, 4,cases lhats, and stores. SFrancis Freling, 190 tonR Milne, aster for, HIobart Town; 93 logs cedar, 10 boxes soap, 400 chests, 200 half-chIests te...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 7 January 1836

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Sermo will appear in our next. A'Temperance Lecturer was too late for this week's nune ber. Il'e shall make room fbr him next week. Index is exceedingly good- too good, however, for publicap., " lion at'the present moment. - The translation of an Ode of Horace shall be inserted in . our next number.

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Domestic Intelligence. THE AUSTRALIAN YEAR. And follows so the ever-running year.—SHAKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 7 January 1836

otIsticW U Intelligentce. STHE EAUsTAt 4 YEAR:.X,. B-rY OUn, CORRESPON NT INDEX.]' And follows so the ever-running'year.=-SHAxs.:. . January. Generally the hottest mionth of'. the year. Wheat harvest ends. The locust's song ,gets weaker, and insects' of the finer tribes begin ' to'' die off. TFruit "plentiful: water melons in. abuiindance. The orange-tree in blossoinm None dcan bo st a:" fuller gale of joy.," than the,? orange when, in flower. The fragraice almost?. " too much of a good thing." ' Thunder stoi?nisl' frequent, 'accompanied by, showers of rain:. Average temperature 73°0 . "?b-ruari.' Heavy close weather may be looked 'for this mfonth. Thunder showers now and then': Last of the' hot north-west winds ; commonly the., most intense. Stone fruits begin to get scarce. The, grape, peai, fig, and apple, in their prime. 'Mosquitoes congregate in clouds, and prove sin gularly, troublesome to the lieges. Average tem perature 740. March. Rain may now be expected.: The vegetable wo...

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 7 January 1836

K PROJECTED 'DEPARTURES. - SLotus, for Java, this' day; Nimrod. for Launces-! ton, Governor Phillip, for Norfolk' Island, arid; _lMhtchless, for Hobart*Town wia Newcastle on the, 9th; Fodrtune, for London, 15th instant.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 7 January 1836

A RRI VALS. DECEMBERI 30.-Sophia Jane and Tamar (steamers), fromN.ewcastle. . . ! January 1.-Salacta (brig) Williams,. ifrom Lon don,. August 6, merchandize... Passengersr-M.r. and Mrs. James,, Johnson,. Messrs.. W. Johnlon, W. Imeson, W.. Trusted, G. Conyagdon,. James. Dale and W. Timsoni. : . 3..-Sophia Jane' and Tamar (steamers),. fronm Newcastle. . . 3.-The schooner Edward arrived in Botany Bay, from the wreck of the Hive. She brought up part. of the stores, also Captain Nutting and.twentyreight of his crew. i. M.S. Zeb.ra, and. the. Revenue. Cutter, Prince George,, may be hourly expecte4d with the remaining .Qsti i s, .prrisp.rs andc.guaid; :six:,mina. rines will be left to protect the wreck. 3:-Blackbird .(schooner); , Crook, from .1New Zealand, N.ouember 22, titmber, &c. ";,. 3 --VWilliam. the Fourth, -:(qteamer)i, from. Port. M"acquarie.. ; . 4.-Tarree (schooner), from the 1,iLeay River.

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PROSPECTUS OF THE NEW SOUTH WALES LAND AND IMMIGRATION COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 7 January 1836

PROSPECTU.S OF. TE NEW SOIL.TH .WALES .LANDI. A? .I:.IMIGRATION COMPANY. THIE rapid. in,cIease ofval iewich tracts. of, waste. lands eligibly situated. in, this, coloiny acquire, from, the pastoral'.. character, of the country,, asi well as. from the, increase o'. population; lias i, suggested to,a few friends of ihe, colony, the .ex pediency of introducing into this territory a in.odi fication, of the principles of the Land. Companies of th.e. North. American Colonies, viz :--that of purchasing, tracts, of waste, land.from the. gorern ment, tob,;e:. ;sold ,iin small, allotments.to bona' d?, settl ers, at an ad;ivanc.ep ip?, payable .within a, Certain period,, and bearing interest at .the' eomnmon rate otf the colony-as ,the. adoption( . of ihat .priciple. has not only, afforded a rnost.m pple and. unLlxpeced,returi, for: the capital invested to the. parties . concerned, but b,en,iprbductive?of tile,1 utmost, benefit., to. the. Nortlii. Aizgrican 'ololes., . ' It is -thereqfgpre pop...

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Original Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. January 1, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 7 January 1836

WatgiutaL O rtrete pofltJent$. TO TILE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. January 1', 1836. Sin, Having read in your paper of Thursday your account of the celebrated Baron de'Thierry, I cannot help thinking you look upon the mat ter in rather too serious a light.' There are also some inaccuracies in your statement,' which I shall 'first point out, and then afford you- what information I possess respecting His Miijesty. You state that ,the vessel which conveyed the Baron to Tahiti, touched at Gambier's Island, which.is a mistake: the vessel touched at Nooa hevah, one of the Marquesas, and he has subse quently styled' himself King "of that Island. You call Mr. Murphy, who is a layman, Father MurDpiy, 'and I;i: thinik- that your corijecture thdt 'aron' de T. ii's. Netherlander or French soldier 6f'l'rtiiri is aJlo'erroneous; he being, I imagite,. 'an' Englihman,.and I should, from his appeari. ancei doubt his' ever having been in the army. Whether the Baron builds his claim to the Sovereigiit.y o...

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Original Poetry. TO — —. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 7 January 1836

'TO - --., FAIrn lady while I list thy strain Awakening visions cherish'd long, . I dream myself to youth again, And bless thy witching song. . Oh ! to my bosom far more dear, Than all the modish lays of art, That play around the 'wilder'd ear, But never reach the heart: Thy strain comes o'er me as the breeze That wafts on its refreshing wing, From some sweet shade, o'er distant seas,. A message of the spring, An odour of life's, vernal hours, A breathing of its earlier day, A sweet remembrance of the flowers,. Waned from the world away I Thus music hallows with her spell, The past to'which she fondly clings As the lone ivy loves to dwell, Around long faded thinge. ; . And wakes, but does not waste the heart,. For even,the silent tears that flow From feeling--ever can impart,.. . i, , A balmbeyoind its' wo•e .

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MALT. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 7 January 1836

EXTRACT of a letter from the late William Cobbett,-; · Esq., Af. P. for',Oldham, to Sir Robert Peel:-- '' Take a bushel of barley, pour water upon.it as if it weie mall; crack it first as you do malt; then brew with it, as if it were malt; treat it exactly as you treat,.-.? malt; and you will find come from your barrel, flat;, tasteless, nasty shiny, stuff, that you will not endure it in your moutli for a moment. Tlke the ,same, or a similar bushel.of barley, made into malt; make from-, . it seven gallons of beer; a quai.t of that beer'vilk set you to sleep, if not. lay you under the table; and, :f kept two years, would burn m the fire like brandy. There, is then, a very surprising effect prodluced by, the process of malting. .'i he late Mr. .Baverstock; of Alton, to the knowledge ,of many persons who' knew him, and who are: now:ýliving; extradtedtf&aity=.= five pounds of sugar from a bushel of malt. -Mr:. Timothy Brown, who was also a brewer and a-" maltster, breakfasted wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 7 January 1836

.sALEs, BY. AUCTION. THi's day, January 7, Lyons, at his rooms, Bank Shares and Piano Forte. Tnis day, Jariuary 7, Lyons, at his rooms. Phmaton. - This day, January 7, I. Simmons, at James Sim mons's stores, King Street, sundries. Friday, January 8, Polack, at the King's Wharf, Cutter: Adventure. Friday, January 8, Lyons, at the King's Wharf, Cutter General Bourke.

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UNION MARINE ASSURANCE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 7 January 1836

UNION MAl1N I ASS LU t.At' CE COMPANY. A . MEEING. of.the shareholders of thisCompany was held yesterday at the Pulteney, ;Hotel., They Deed of Settlement was.: passed,, as amtendesl,,.without a dis?entient voice. At a, previous meeting it was. proposed by, one of tle sub?cribers to incorporate .a, Life Insurance. Con: pany with it; '?iut the idea wvs very.properly, aban doned, as a Company for the purpose of effecting Insurances on Life and Fire exclusively, is in the course of formation, and the legitimate objects of the Company; as at first proposed, viz. taking the risk of :M aine Assurance alone, are to be carried-forthwith' into.operation. . We are hiighly gratified at the determination the shareholders, have: come: to,, because, in, a. limited community like: this, itwould be most inj udicious, in deed most prejudicial ,to. both,. to,lhave: created a ,jeeling ofn rvalry ;and. divided., the, interests of the. twvo Companies, for lad: their interest been, made to clash, it woul...

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THE SYDNEY GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 7 January 1836

TIHE SYDNEY GAZETTE. The Sidneiq Gazette lihas again'. lchniged` Editors: Mr. " Irederick Crewe I-aswell lias once -more been turned adrift to make way for a- Mr. Atwell, Edwin Hiayes, forinerly Editor of Tie Aiustra liian. W' haive not yet had time to judge what features' Th'e Gazette will present under its new management. Mr. Hayes was a red-liot Radical in the days of Governor Darling, but we suspect he' rn'ust.change 'his tone, now. The Gaz~ette made its appearance. on Saturday last for "the first time under its new mianagement in rather a motley garb. It' presented, the rather unusual appearance of' editorial. protests appended to ?ditorial articles.: The Gazeite Offce on Satur day, we understand, presented a sceie.of confu sion seldom equalled. even there, the cause. of this-vwas a, 'contest' for ' supremacy between the Editor and the .Confidential' M.anager. It was it; last agreed' by both' parties 'to leave the'whole affair to the arbitration of the future" proprietor at Por...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 7 January 1836

SZ000o f'NE WOOLED EWES.;: -0 'o1 be Sold by Auction,; , ., Z.. lW r. SAvMU'v, os.. O S.. Tlzis' ay:, January, 7, 1836, at his Rooms, George : ,':: Street, at. 12o'clock precisely,i. V 'OTTiousand fine' Wooled' Ewes in Eots of'100 . ,. O';Earchi" rm?i;e asinnly sutlit the vievtis of'puii;haseI. T'Plye' may be ?eeni any day pi'ior to the Sale by alp plication, to Mr., ,James, White, Ravenswprtl, d H nter's River. , . .. : . :. , , ' TERMS:-. '" Ten.. per cen.t.,C sh, Deposjt, the, residue, by ,ap- , 'rovedB?ills at 3 nmonths. , :.:' Samples... of the. WVool may, .b, seen, and further iarticulars known on application at the,Ofliceof .the uctioneeer.. lTWENIWT'1 YEARSB' CtEDZT.a -0- Sydney. Towni Property of the' most vsain emble: Description, in, the. centrawlpartzof r George' Street, opposite the: .arrack Square, by order of the Proprietor, . Jnses Chisholm, Esq., P ::: IYE . JOHIN PA ' " On"FRIDA Y; the 15tli January, at 12 o'clock 'on the Ground, without tlie least reserve. R. :PAU...

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THE COLONIAL MAGISTRACY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 7 January 1836

THE COLONIAL MAGISTRACY A new Commission of the Peace has just issued just issued from the Colonial Executive, in which the names of the Civil Oficers of the colony are all ex- cluded. As a measure of general policy, we cannot but approve of this step, whatever mo-   tives may be be assigned as having led to its adop tion at the present moment. During General   Darling's administration, a new Commission; was also issued in 1827 or 1828, from which all the clerical magistrates of the old regime were in like manner excluded. The partial evil that was experienced on that occasion, in.,the loss of dig nity, and inwounded pride, was not to be com pared, however, with the general good of which it was productive to the community in relieving clergymen of the very invidious task of trying and flogging criminals, We are not aware in deed of any particular inconvenience that has been recently experienced from the employment of civil officers in the magistracy, with t...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 7 January 1836

DEPART'URES. December 31.-Sophia Jane and Tamar (team ers), for Newcastle. . anuaiy 2.--Wolf (barqiue, Evans, for the sperma fishery. 2. Maria (schnoner), Roberton, for Hobart Town. Passeigers-Mrs: Roberton and child, Mr. 'NW. Long; Mr. Salmon, ahd Mrs: Clinch:? :3.- Francis Freeling (barque); Milne; for. F0o bart Town. Passengers=Mrs. :Dyer- ai.d M"iss Matthews. .;.. ?;-CurrencyLass" (schooner),' Kind, for Lan-' ceston. Passenget--M=rý . A: Nicholas. 4.-Argo, (btig), Billing, for the Isle of France ".4.- Sphii-Jane and Tamiar (steamers);: for New. castle.

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THE NEW COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 7 January 1836

THE NEW COMMISSION. We have been favoured at a very late hour with a list of the New Commission of the Peace. We insert a list of the Omissions and Creations: Omissions.- J. Bingle, G. M. C. Bowen, J. Bow- man, G. Brooks, J. Busby, R. Chetwoode, J. O. Clunie, W. Croker, C. H. Ebden, P. Elliott, T. C. Harrington, P. Hill, G. K. Holden, J. Lamb, J. Lambie, R.H.J.B. M'Cumming, P. M'Intyre,       J. Maclaren, A .M'Leod, W. M'Pherson, J.Mudie, J. Mitchell, T. L. Mitchell, R. G. Moffatt, J. Ni cholson, Harbour-Master; J. Nicholson,Newcastle;   E. B. Owen, S.A. Perry, W. Richardson, C. D. Riddell, Percy Simpson, E. D. Thompson, and   W. Wynter,Esq . Creations.- T. Beckham, J. Blaxland, J. Ryan Brennan, P.L. Campbell (tertius of Bligh Street), H. Cox, E. D.Day, H F. Gisborne, R. How, W. Irwin, A. Kemmis, W. Lawson,Junr., J. T. Leahy, J. R. M'Leay, J. H. Plunkett, T. U. Ryder, T. Shadforth, W. C. Wentworth, T. A. Murray, and La...

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Religious Intelligence. NEW SOUTH WALES. ADDRESS TO A CONGREGATION IN SYDNEY ON THE FIRST SABBATH OF THE YEAR 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 7 January 1836

NEW SovUTH WAZLES.. ADDIRESS TO A CONGRIEGiATION TN :-SYDNEY ON THE FIRST SABBAT-H OF'TFHE YEAR 1836. SiN?E.I had last an'opportunity of addressing you, my Chiistian brethren, we have, entered on another year of our short and uncertain existence: Duririg the' interval that has elapsed since tiae first ,:Sabbath of the year that is 'past, we: miist all necessarily have made considerable progress in the' journey of life ; and it is doubtless asolema i reflection-,oie that is stron gly'cilu!ated to airouse the. thoughtless, to.. alarm the .vworldly-;iided, qnd to stiiike terror?into0the 'hearts of. the sinner and 'tIe ungodly, while it affords strong conso-. la.tion tb.all true Christians of whatever name:or denomniinatioi'-thathwhatever the distance maybe that .ve have travelled. in that interval, ýwe', are now juist so much nearer the house appointed for all living-.so much nearer, heaven; or' nearer hell I Yes ! whoever thou art, O christian, 'thou who. art travelling towarids Ziorn...

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Colonial Politics. LAND AND IMMIGRATION COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 7 January 1836

, OlontaL ....ttt0 ; LANDAND) IMMIGRATION COMPANY. • Ll' 0 late, Government' Proclamation, setting fo herpremium to:be allowed:from the: Land R m'ahue ion the importation;of free einigrant la bour i ii0 i2o this co.loiyit.was annoinced 'to the ubic?tat.the Government would make.no -a-c coun~ t of a free .'-emigrant, : or in other, words, would not allow him :any bounty unless';ho had; comipleted ;the frr'teaiof lhis 'age? Peh' it ",as •on.: tfis p rinci?le i? tat :the Gov ment allowed , the osugges?ons we have thrown iout diuriig tlie'period ofour litera· non-age, on the'` subject of'encouraung ai moting. the Sirnportati n. of virtuous an:dd- ih { ri ous persons into.this-terriorv , to pass.sub silentio. , If so, we are' ha ppyto iform,:m our; nine .hndred, readers, that' the liend`i' F iir iixrtancy beming, now com pleted, ve are ikely to be. mi'itde uch more ac count of in future than we "have liitlierto been, 'and that, our:iopinion .on such subjects mwill con sequently cai" iy w...

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