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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 February 1836
SALES 2Y ASUCTZO.' Trrxs, day, Felih'ary 25, BlacInan, at the Military Barracls, furhitu're. This day February 25, and to-morrow 26, Lyans, pt J. Barrow Montefiore'",.furniture.. Saturday. February 27, Lyons, on the ground, Kent and Albion Streets, eleven allotments of building ground. .Saturday, February; 27, Lyjons, at Albion Street, valuable allotments on the'Liverpool Road. Saturday, February 27; Lyons, opposite the Talbot Inn, George Street, three valuable horses. Saturday, February 27, George Paul, at Mr. Isaac Simi'mons' Stores, George Street, furniture, glass, &c. Tuesday, March' 1, J. Paul. on the ground, Hunter Street, the late, residence of Richard Jones, Esq. T'uesday, March 1, Smart, at his Rooms; George Street, the Pilgrim Inn..
NEW CIRCULAR WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 February 1836
NEW. CIRCULAR WHARF. ,. OF all the improvements in actual operation or even in contemplation in. this metropolis,, there is none more important to the interests of the commtniity than that of tuilding'a circular wharf at the head of Sydney Coye ; that wretched projection y'clept the King's W4arfJ is the only public place in Sydney -'ihere vessels can dis charge their cargoes, and that has been 'bloc"ed up for two years by the .sunken hull of the Ann Jamison. Really the Government,.who derive so large an income from the duties on i1mports, &c., and have so much money in the Colonial Chest, should devote some small portion of itAto such an undertaking, which must inevitably prove, not only beneficial to trade, and a great convenience to the -public in general, but would also be a source of considerable revenue to the Government, and that in a very, short period of time.- The Cove, for want'of some such building, is fast filling up, and the effluvia arising frorr it *is suffici...
SLAVERY COMPENSATION MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 February 1836
'SLAVERY COMPENSATION MONEY. irOi1u TIlE sOUTH AFRICAN COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER] T?Ei Commissioners appointed"'y the Act for the :.bolition of 'Slavery, have, according to directions, a-~nd in the mode prescribed by the 45th clause of that :'Act, :assigned and apportioned the sum of 20,000,0001. to and:amongstthe said-colonies, rateably and in pro po tion to, the product so ascertained 'for each res pcthively ,in. the manner following, that is to say : ' '". Average Slaves by Proportion of the :aColosy. lalf the last, re £20,000,0.00 S? 18 gistration to which the 1830 in this Colony is entitled Colony.' " . dd.." " d' I ? . d. Bermuda........... 27 4 .11 4,203 10,584 6 0 Bahanias......... 2018 9,705 128,340 7 85 Jamaica ......... 44 15 29 311,602 6,101,927 5 10' Honduras ......... 120 4 7 1,020 101,958 19 7 Virgin Islands .... 31 16 1 5,102 72,940 8 4 Antigua ....... .. 32 12 10 20,537 425,866 7 0 Montserrat......... 3 17 .10 6,855 105,558 18 5 Nevis ........... 39 .3 11 :8,722 151,007...
VAN DIEMAN'S LAND CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 February 1836
-VAN DIEMAN'S LAND CROPS. IT will be. observed from. the following article which we extract from The True Colonist of the 5tlt instant, that thi crops in Van Dieman's Land are .by no means1,sor deficieit as the public of. New South Wale~ had. been led to believ,. 150;000 bushels' of wheat, which the Van Dieman's Land people calculate on being able to spare us, will, at the rate of .10 bushels per head, be equal to the consumption of 15,000 individuals, or one-fifth of our whole population. Since our last, we have received Sydney papers down to the 23rd of= January, and; we have also con versed with several persons who -have come from Sydney by the last arrivals, ani all concur in stating that there is' a general failure both of the wheat and maize crops, and a scarcity apprehended both of bread corn, and forage.' In addition to this, information had been received at Sydney confirming what we stated several months ago, regarding the crops"in the United States, which are also so far d...
BURLINGTON HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 February 1836
smUwZ.INGTON HOUSE. '-o-- " Pedants shall not tie my brains r ,: To themi; antiqte autho,'s strains : Being born as free as these, 1 write how--when.-and what I please." L-0 Y E highly-favoured. Fortune's pets, W hose hearts for 'HOME are glowing, In ulge your patriotic fits, 'Yet well heed where you're going. Should you, in'weath'ring Cape Horn, Receive a Berg's embraces, * 'Twill pinch.your fingers, pain each corn,: And chap your " sonsie' faces; Inflame your sight, your lungs enphthisic, Your limbs derange with aching; But which arrayed in WOOL exquisite, ..ou guarantee escaping. For-Drawers of warmth, or Chemisettes, Or comforts like delighting, No Store, in Sydney's thriving streets, Than PEDEN's more inViting 'Forth to it then immediate hie- - Some goods.so fast diminish, That what, perchance, you'ught to buy, To-morrow meets " a finish." Hunter Street.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 February 1836
AT THE COLONIST OFFICE, Printing of every description is executed withae: jtness,eco nomy, punctuality, and dispatch. Ozi the First of March next, will be published, in S2mo., Stitched in a neat Wrapper, S'EIG'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE. No. I. PRICE ONE SHILLING. ' -0 BjR. TEGG deems it necessaryin announcing his' .inteptiot to Publish a MAGAZINE,'to inform the Public that itI, pages will be devoted to M iscel laneous .Jiterature.. A' .poition of its contents will consist of. Original Articles, Poetical and Prose. Another portion will contain extracts from the best sources of Periodical Literature, and the remainder will be occupied by Reviews of New Books, Colonial abfd British, Literary Notices, the Drama, and other Svarieties. .Mr. Te'gg pledges himself that the Monthly Ma gazine will be as superior in its typographical arrange rnents, as it is inferior in. price to every attempt of the i kind~; hichlhas hitherto been made n m either of the ?'iAustrialan Colonies. " Mr. Tegg embraces th...
Domestic Intelligence. OUR LIBEL CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 February 1836
mntn e tic. tUaetitgience,. SOUR LIBEL CASE. . WE have extracted the report of the result of Mr.. Nicol, Allan's 'application to thie Supreme Court, for a criminal information against us, fromo Z'he Herald, lest it should be said that we had' again attempted to' obstruct the course of justice. Not satisfied with one repulse, Mr. Allan. has again returned tb the charge: IN BANCO.-SATURDAY.--Eaparte Nicol Allan v. Henry Bull.--n this case, which was an application td the Court for a Criminal Information against the defendant, and upon which a rule nisi was granted, returnable to-day. Mr. Foster moved that the rule be now' made absolute. The Solicitor-General appeared to show cause against the motion. The learned gentleman com menced :by intimiating to :the Court.that he was not called uipon to appear to the rule which had been sieirvd upon his client. He was called upon by that rule, to show cause why a' criminal information shoiuld not be filed for.a libel on'ir. Allan, contained. in...
CONTRACTS FOR THE CURRENT QUARTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 February 1836
CONTRACTS FOR THIE CURRENT QUARTER. WE. have not ' been able to ascertain who has taken the contract for Private Correspondence for The' Herald during the present quarter, but we have internal evidence in that journal itself sufficient to convince .us of its having been taken exceedingly .low. Indeed if we may judge of the stock from the sample in last Monday's Herald, it must surely have been taken at a very low rate indeed, and by a very low person. Our opinion, as to the whole system of Female Emi gration, is already before the public; but while that opinion remains unaltered, we cannot but do justice to the very humane and praiseworthy feelings that must have a c'uated His Excellency, the Governor, in allottinlg a portion of the build ings attached to Government House for the re ception of the successive cargoes of Female Emigrants' that arrive in the colony, and in appropriating a part of Government House itself' ftr the' meetings of the Committee for their assignmen't and dist...
THE REV. MR. CARMICHAEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 February 1836
:THE' I& EV MRi: . CAtMICHAEL. Ouit readers will riot eixpct-'u t ,vade itroughli the last'two num ibeirs of T/Iel 'Monitor newspaper~ which this genitlemah has nearly monopolized,. n. attempting to answer the rhiiarks we felt6 ur*. selves called on to make, 'respecting his coni-n . nexion with the Australian College, ;inn um st leading article" on that `subject> In giying an historical accouint of the 6rigim and proglessi of" the I.ublic Educational Ihnstittions" of this' colony, and espe'cilly of the' Instittition' we have just vieitioned, it' wais absoliitely `necessary to :advert'to the' case of.? Mr.: ?arm ichael'; o6ir nar rative having been intended for the informationi of posterity,.. as well as for tlat'oftheli resent geei- 'ea ,tion of the colonists' of Australia::' In doing so'we` did not hesitate to accuse that geitle'mani broadly =and unreservedly of hleartle.isessn and ingrati tude, and rve conceive we fully siuibstantiated 'our' charge to the satisfactiori ...
Religious Intelligence. NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 February 1836
NEWSPAPERS. n . oij, AN .IRIS..PUBLICArION.] Nvein, since the invention of printing, has so much talent .been engaged in the-periodical literature of theie cofuntries, as at the present period: There is no in diavidl, whatever be Iis capabilities, who Ies not ample dpportunity of contributing to the.com mon stock of information *or amusement, and of making his' own sentiments and views the public property of the nation. Every man may almost now consider hiim.rlf as at once: the' instructor and the' disciple of every other man, so' various are the facilities of modern times for' the' inter change of thought. - The press accordingly now liolds indisputable ascendancy over the mind of the conimunity. ' It gives a tone to the political opinions that are current in society ; .through` its- instru inentality, the schemes of politikians,?eithei' for good or ill, for amelioration or anarchy, are recommended; and it exerts an influence, before'which even" states men and princes tremble. All ...
Colonial Statistics. SQUATTERS. EXTRACT of the Minutes of Evidence taken before the Committee of the Legislative Council, on Police:— [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 February 1836
("tooi tat Statittic0. :.S. . SQUATTERS. FXTrACT of thQ Minutes of Evidence taken be ' foie the'Conimittee of the`Legislative Council, .on P6lide:-- ' T.'A.,1Mlrray;,Esq., J. P:.callqd in and examined: There 'iir .several: parties of squatters iii niy heigh bourhood. I detected,'notilong since, three mcn at one of their statiois slasiightering one of my. own.cattle. I have strong reason to suspect that these people :are, in general,?:illicit sellers of spirits. 1.had occasion to search one of their huts some time ago,. at a .con sideiible distance from niy own place, and found in it many siigns of its being a' " grog-shop"' such as' an empty keg, em bottles, and measiUres.(the latter,, * however, mightt have been used for ordinary purposes as well as for measiring siirits),'together with a num ber of orders drawn by overseers of large establish ments in the, neighbourhood ori the. proprietors. for small sums of money,' but amounting in all to about .bne hurdre 'p6oinids. The owner o...
Colonial Politics. SQUATTING AND CATTLE-STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 February 1836
' WtUoloniti UPi ticr. --***- " :'SQUATTING AND CATTLE-STEALING. SO all the 'verbs in Johnson's Dictionary, the one which is most, frequently conjugated, in all its 'possible moods and tenses, in' this colony, is the verb 'To squat ; which signifies to' sit down with a number of sheep or cattle .on Crown. land in 'the interior, either within or. beyond the bound a ary. :To begin with the present tense of.the'.in dicative mood, it is unquestionable :that the phrases "I' squat, Thou squattest, · He squats, We squat, Ye or You'sqitat, They squat," indi cate the 'present' condition and occupation of a large portion of our colonial population. People residing in. Sydney, it is true, never conjugate this. verb in the present. tense,, except in .the persons of their ':shepherds or overseers; but Slie some substantial inhabitant of our good tiFw r begins to use it in the past tense, saying I quatted or did squat, you may be sure he is going to tell you that lie has since retired from the pr...
Literature and Science. SEED WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 February 1836
Bt'critftit's RaUb g Rttuf. SEED WHEAT. T'ILRnE years ago, Colonel Le Couteur, one of the depuities from the island of Jersey, became acquainted with Professor La Gasca, one of the most celebrated botaniisYs in..Europe, who hlad been Curator of the Royal Gardens at Madrid,. and obliged to leave Spain, where he is again restorer to his friends, alid to his former situation. The Professor was then growing about eighty sorts of wheat in the garden of Mr. Saunders, nurseryman, in Jersey. Their variety, classifi cation, and beauty, struck Col. Le. Couteur, who sought to acquire all ,the information he could from Professor La Gasca. The latter told him that for the last twenty4ive years.he 1 ad been employed in studying the properties nd cha racter of wheat, and had 'collected in the Royal Gardeiis,- upwards- of 900 varieties' and sub varieties. He came to Colonel Le Couteur's farm,' and picked out more than twenty sorts out of three ficlds, then (in August) growing; and gave daily" all t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 February 1836
FOR, LONDON DEZRECT. ' W ILL be speedily deslpatched, the greater part of her Cargo being engaged, the fine fast sail ing first class A 1 ship WILLIAM of Irvine, 470 tons Register, THOMAS CLARKE, Commander. This vessel .has- discharged her outward cargo..without damaging a single package,' and is a very desirable conveyance for early Wool, which she has comrn. niencod, receiving, having, all her dead weight on boslrd. She is a Poop sihp with 'excellent accom. modations. , For partic'ulars of Freiglt or Passage apply to S. A. BRYANT AND CO. or to *Messrs. CAMPBELL AND CO. George Street. aTS FIzIRST WOOLS BSZP -OR LONDON DZRECT, . FROM HUNTER'S RIVER, ri'IIE iine new British built ship KINNEAR L. A'1, coppered and copper 'fastenied, CIHARLES MALL.r.AnD, R.N., Commander. This iessel having been engaged to load nearly 'a full Cargo at the Hunter, will return to this Port with ill possible dispatch to complete her loading, and as she will only have room for a few additional Bales of Wool...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 February 1836
bbtvtts m i"ts SALE OR FURNETURE.' -o The Elegant Household Purniture, Plate, Cut Glass, Chimney and Pier Glasses, China, Porcelain and other Ornaments, Library, Books,' Wines, &ce., d&e., the . property of J~. Barrow Montefiore, Esq., leaving the Colony on a visit to Europe. -o NT MR. SBAMUE LYONS, On THURSDAY and FRIDAY, '25th' and 26th instants, at the residence of the above named gen tleman, in O'Connell-street, at Eleven'o'Clock. THE WINES will be put up at One o'Clock precisely. TERMS-Above .£30, three months; under that sum, Cash:. .. .Catalogues may be had after the ,16th instant' at the rooms of the Auctioneer. THRLEE VA'LABLALE HORSES. -0 To be Sold by Auction, BT MR. SAMUEL LY'ONS, Oppositedthe Talbot Inn, George-street, at 11 o'Clock Sprecisely, on SATURDAY the 27th Instant. A " HECTOR" 'MARE, by " Camerton," four years old, used to the saddle. A COLT, four years old, out of " Zoa" by" Toss," and a CHESTNUT GIG HORSE; five years old. Also, a four-wheel PH...
Domestic Intelligence. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 25 February 1836
[CONTINUED.] Mr. William Warby, a native of the colony, and &nbsp; large proprietor of stock on the banks of the Mur- rumbidgee, was placed at the bar of the Supreme Court on Monday last, charged before Judge Dow- ling and a Civil Jury, with receiving, knowing them to be stolen, seventeen calves, the property of Henry or Cornelius O'Brien, Esqs. The offence for which Warby was tried, occurred in December, 1830. The principal evidences for the prosecution were two ap- provers who were concerned in the transaction, and who had given information against the prisoner to save themselves from being placed in jeopardy. The circumstances of the case, which occupied the court during the whole day were shortly these. Mr. O'Brien had at that period a stockman in his employ naned Beaver, who it appeared had been carrying on on a regular system of cattle-stealing in connextion with others. At the time laid in the idictment, Beaver came to the approver Glover and requested him to assist h...
TUESDAY, MARCH 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 3 March 1836
TUESDAY, VMARCH 1. VEGETABLEs.-Potatoes, 10s. per cwt. Cabbages, 2d.each. Brocoli, 3d.each. Turnips and Carrots, 3d. per bunch. Poultry.-Fowls, 3s. to 5s. per couple. Ducks, 4s. 5s. to 6s. per ditto. Geese, 8s. to 9s. per ditto.. 1'Turkeys, 10s. to 12s. per ditto. Roasting pigs, 4s. to 6s. each. .Butter.--Salt, Is. 6d. to 2s. Fresh ditto, 2s. 3d. to 2s. 6d. per lb. Eggs,; per doz. 2s. Cheese, 8d. to 10d. per lb. Butchers' meat.-Beef and Mutton, 31d. to 4d. per lb. Pork, salt, 7d.' to 8d. per lb. Hams., Is. per lb.. Hay, 191. to 201. per ton. 1Maize, 9s. per bushel. Oats, 4s. G6d. per ditto. ]3arley, 's. 6d, per ditto. \Vheit Straw, 30s. to 35s. per load. Wheat-lOs. to 12s. per bushel of Olbs. Froun.-First quality, 30s. second do. 28s. third ditto, 20s. per cwt.
Markets. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 3 March 1836
ia v ·t* et 0. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26. ' VEoETAnLES-Potatoes, 9s. to 10s. per cwt. Cab bages, 2d. each. Brocoli, 3d. each. Turnips. and Carrots, 3d. per bunch. Leeks, 1ld. per ditto. Onions, Id. to 2d. per lb. Celery, 2d. per bunch. Cucumbers, id. to 2d. each. French beans, Is. 6d. per peck. Pease, 2s. Gd. ditto. Fruit.-Peaches Id.to 3d. per doz. Pears, Is. to Is. 6d. per ditto. 'Apples, Is. to 2s. per ditto. Plums, 6d. to 9d. per ditto. Green Gages, is. 3d. ditto. Melons, 3d. to 6d. each. Grapes, 3d. to 6d. per lb. Poultry. Fowls, 4s. to 5s. per couple.. Ducks, 4s. to 5s. 6d per do. Geese, 9s. to 10s. per.ditto. Turkeys, 12s. per do. Roasting pigs, 3s. 6d. to 5s. each. .Butter, Fresh, 2s. 6d. to 2s. 9d. per do. Salt ditto, 2s. to 4s 3d2: per lb. Eggs, Is. 9d. per dozen. (Cheese, 8d.tod9d. per lb. Butcheirs' meat--Beef and mutton, per carcase, 21d. to 3d. per lb., .IHay.-Best Oaten, 151. to 181. per ton. Maize, 9s. per bushel. Oats, 4s. 6d. per do. Barley, 5s. 6d. per do. Wheat straw, ...
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 3 March 1836
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. - Stock on hand 20th instant,--B. P. run, 214,213 gallons; brandy, 37,164 g.allons; gin, 33,429 gal Ions; other spirits, 18,122 gallons; tobacco, 92,821 pounds.. Received during the week-nil. . Delivered for home consumption--B. P. rum, 5559 gallons; brandy, 786 gallons; gin, 418 gal lons; other spirits, 186 gallons; tobacco, 2.017 pounds. Delivered for exportation-B. P. rum, 129 gal lons; brandy, 149' gallons; gin, 492 gallons; other spirits, 4 gallons ; tobacco 2,292 pounds. ' Stock on haud, 27th instant.--B. P. rum, 208,525 gallons; brandy, 36,229 gallons; gin, 32,519 gal lons; other spirits 17,932 gallons; tobacco 88,512: pounds.