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TIDE TABLE &c. FOR SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 April 1836
TIDE TAUI:E K&c. FOR SYDNEY.. ' Days. High. Water. Jun ige of Day. MORN. I EVEN WRises. Sets. &lt; Moon. Thursday?,.. 14. 7 41 8 0 0 25 5 . 35 29 ' Friday.... 15 8 15 8 35 6 26 5 34 30 Saturday .. l6 8 30 8 54 3 27 5 33 1 ' Sunday ... 17 9 15 9 37' 6 28 5 32 2 Monday .. 18 10 0 .10 20 0 29 5 31 4 Tuesday .. 19 10 35 10 48 6 30 5 30 3 Wednesday 20 11 1 11' 27 6 31 5 29 "5 m- m- mm m
Domestic Intelligence. THE COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 April 1836
THE COLONIST.: , : IT' is with no small degree of satisfaction we are; eiiabled to state, that in consequence of -the great influx of ,riew subscribersi.during' the 'last `two or othree weeks, or; publilcation is no6w ex tended toOOhzTiHOUSANDz AND FIFTY-Si' COPIES WEEKLY. A?t ltis peculiar crisis, when a host of:.concu bine-keepers, and other' characters, of a similar description, are marshalling .their forces against us, subscribing money to endeavour to crush- us, and..eve'n conspiring against 'our personal 'safety, it is the more .gratify?ing to find the -virtuous and respectable portioii of the 'communiity rally ing around our standard.?' We"'have nritered on a dangerous but impo6rtant conflict;, and if every virtuous, husband, father, and brother in the coloiy will:' do liuisd uty, oursi shall not be neg lected. ; ,
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 April 1836
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. , "Richard Reynolds; Asiam, and Ulysses, for Java, thisday. * ;. William, for. Launceston, 16th instant. Brothers, for London, 17th instant. John, for Liverpool, 20th instant.
BETTER AND MORE OF IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 April 1836
::BETTER AND MORE OF IT. IF Mr. John Thomas Wilson had been one of those people who kbow' 'when they have 'had enough, we:should not have treated him to a se cond 'notice iii this paper, as 'we feel ourselves compelled t? do. "But as he has' publicly ex pressed' his dissatisfaction witht: e portion al-. lgtted him inour last, and in such.a way too as toaggravate tenfold the iniquity of, his previous procedure, we, must return to: the' subject, how ever reluctantly, once 'more. Mr. Andrew 'Wyllie was not aware. till within the last few days of the extent of thle injury thai had been done to his unfortunate sister, Mrs. Cavill. "It had .indeed been hinted to him; it had even' been; thrown' in his teeth' repeatedly but he did not believe it, till he had ascertained the fact incidentally from the editor of this paper -that the object of, his sister's visit to HoLart Town was 'to conceal her. own shame and the villany 'of her unprincipled seducer. In such circumstances it was no wonder t...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 April 1836
lDEPARTURES:. APnR?L 5.-Augustud s Csa'r, Wiseman, for London, colonial produce.?,: .8.--Recovery (ship), Johnson, for Bombay, stores. Passengers, Dr. and Mrs. Robson. 8.-Currency Lass, Bell, for' Launceston. Pas sengers, Mr. De Villiers, Mr. and Mrs. Palmer, Mr. A. Nicholson, J. Bonner, R. Dow, and W.'Jones. 9.--Patriot (barque), Shorter,ior_ New Zealand. Passengers, Rev. Mr.- .:arrier and 'family, Mýr.; and ,MIrs, Buller,: Mr. ,onk and, fainily, and Captain. Eastmure. -:r, - . 10;-Siren (brig), Hayle,*for THobart Town, Pas sengers, Mr. and Mrs. Furtado and family, Mr. W. Dalton,- H. Badderly, J.-Crape, Mrs. Palmer and ,child, and Mr..Barret. n - 10.-Jess (schooner), Hay, for New Zealand. 10.-Denmark Hill (barque), for: the Sperm Fishery. 10.-Marian Watson (schooner), Kind, for Laun ceston. Passenger, .Ir. Walford.; ::,I; 10.-Magnet (brig) Cole, for. the Easteiii Isles, sundries. , -n
Original Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 April 1836
TO ;THE EDITORI OF .THE COLONIST: $SIn,-Ass ypu are iso much engaed in political matters, you may not have time to collect .as? sages from' he~then' atithors for the pfiurpose of proving that the useof holy.water is not of Chiis': tian .origin ;:.I, therefore, send you the followiing which you, can employ in any, wayy ;youym n;m?y) deem expedient. w Tihe heathlen es. ere divside? It ilIw parsfs the . saed e aid "profhne ;' the littei theyi called To ?O : rTpiLppavrnptov; the otheri TO ErW. 'No\w this 7rEtiipa?aVr'Lt.ov was a.: vessel, usually of stone or brass, fillled-withh'6ly'. water, (Suidas, jPhavorin.) with which; those thati were admittedto: the sacrifices were besprinkled, and; beyond -whichit vias; nobt lawiful for ariy oi itha was a3 o XOC, orprae,to pas . :Sea': water, or if that cotld no6t be, procuredi"~ watecr mixed with salt' was used ;fdr purp6ses of ?purtifi cation,: toý which:: they frequently added brimiti stone. (Vid., TIeocritus Idyll axxixr. 94. )t~ ?` MeXXwv. ...
THE UNPARDONABLE OFFENCE, [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 April 1836
THE UNPARDONABLE OFFENCE, S .BY E. L.,MONTAGUE. There is a crime of deeper dye than all Whioh bind the freeman or enslave the thrall; 'A crime whose very name is shunn'd and hated By those:whose lives to crowns and courts are fated; A crime which those alas! too oft inherit:. Who droop the patient head of meek and low ly merit 1 It isnot theft- it is not murderous strife,!" ;Nor evil passion-nor a stained life; Nor false-accusing, nor the blot which dyes The perjured traitor, in all good men's eyes. , Nor aught which can the name of guilt assume tIn princes' pialace-halls, or kingly dungeons' gloom. No., tis a crime'(for so the world doth name This lasting brand, this heritage of shamean !) Whose' presence steals from health's proud lip the smiles; Whose breath destroyeth--and whose touch defiles; Which bids the victim,for the culprit die This world-detested vice,-this crime-- is poverty I , I .was not from any third party, but from the unfor tunati female' herself, that certain par...
English Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 April 1836
.WEu have much pleasure in recording' a very, singu ? lar and highly pr?iseworthy instance; of, honour .and?," integrity, which, under the circumsta'nces, must ?haveo proceeded from the purest principles and most honest't . feeling. .A considerable, number of years ago, -a far-.; mer,, on.the, prope ty of the Earl of Kinnoul, i founi himself involved. Inpecuniary' embarrasments, a~g was unable 'to satisfy the, demands of hiis, cedittp~rs., He left his native country,, and sought for better. for: tune in'` 'Ne.South ~ales. .His father had also been a (anrier on the'same estate:before hiim, and, like the`' son,y?becamel"triitiened in' his. circumstances, " ariitl'! treated `with 'his cieditors by composition:. The `soil having attained~ihat success in life in a foreign clime; Iwhich he Ivainly: endeavoured. to iecure: at :liome lately remitted money6not;only to discharge .hhijs,:own debts, but ,also ,the, full ramount .of. :his,.:fathertsi, The, creditors met in, Perth, aand received;...
MR. JOHN MARSHALL'S EMIGRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 April 1836
Mit. JOHN MAltS'HAWLIS EMIGRANTS' W?,E give ,the lfollowing, extract fiom:~The West mninster.Review, Apiil1? 1833;:,of'evidence:given: before the. Comfriissiofiers off'Poor',Laws, ;by?the Governor of ?Lilnbethi Workhiouse,: 1MIr. Drouet ' It iais,s~fcieltly illustrdtive of thie ireful s.stem ,iic'i has: invapinaly beei 'ipursiied *by Mr. ?,r?ha1ll' r'is hoc of emigrlants to' fillh i's vessel; o,a ,ut -whldihe boeUoasts sf loudly';ph pA Jl Aet.,.t Asimiar practece are, aware~ was, to lO..g e a intlies let!, fit.leh aggrat.ts,,by tlei Canton, .several o, vh?rn.m were, takep~ froi:;mi. . thei Refuge of. the .Destitute',? in Edinburgh. . i., I IWe also have,'jperhaps,ifrom; twventy: to ,thirty, prostitutes in the.: lfoiise., ,ihoue, ,the w.orst charac-, ters, can always speak with the,best!chaiacters.;,andl the forms of the housealllowua no:mehnsof prevent-;. ingit. We cannot prevent the 'thiefr peaking; to, the :young lad, :or: keep the, prostitute from 1the .young girl who has not bee...
THE COLONIAL MARINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 April 1836
IT is reported that the Coriil1a Marine is 'to be done away, witih and. that h ncefeorth the supplies; ,,for .te,e Pnal Settlements,;, Norfolk, Islnandnad MkoreonJ3iy, are to be .forwarded, byr cliartered .vessels;:; we.. thinktthis will:;beeai1n economical., arrangement,, and .consequently, a: proper. one, but we are informed Kthat Ca'ptain Lewis, .who : has j had the:t command: o; bf the Governor.Phillip, has received:. notice within the' last few ;days tlit 'd ithe cour?e;seo'ofa aveek 'his sersices will be dispensed with in consequence; Captain Boyle, coimmandipg th'e other Govern ment colonial yessel it Isabl1, willof course sshare tihe same- fate on his an'ival., These; gen tlenen, hav:.e served His eMaestyfait~hfuily ani efectiv, ey, and, we:,hope lis; rep.resentative, ;Si Rijýajr, d, JBourke, willngot ;at. so. shbort; a rnotie 7seti them :adrift without ,fiLrnishing them. with ,a:new, arid:better anchorage :; : :i ,:-i .:
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 April 1836
MONDAY, April' 18, Lyons,'on the preinises, Valuable' Preinises,; C6lonnade Bridge Street. . Monday, A'pril 25; Lyons, on the Ground}, Build.>' :ing Allotments in George, Kent, .arid Albion Street.~ " Tuesday, May 3,; Lyons, at the.New"Cattle Marketi :Thirty. Valuable Horses. M'onddy; May 9, Lyons, on the Premises Cottage: in?Castlereagh Street..:
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 April 1836
WEDNES..AY, APRIL 13.:° WHEAT-1--Tl,0s. +Flour, best, 30s. seconds,.28s. per 100 lbs. read, 7 tl2 b , loaf,; inother article; no alteration,.
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 April 1836
Tihiher 3Blue Gurn, per louadr.. *. 2 55 0 .. 2.'158 ?0 ' Cedar, per foot . ...`. 0........ ,4 2,· .. 0.: 0 Treeiidils, per thousnd ........ . 2 0" .:. ; 9 H ides, salted, per Ib0 ............ 0 0 1 . o 0~ I[orns .. ; * ....,.ier 100. .??-0o?2 0 .i O?? 0 'i 0 Ditto, Tips ..d.............ditto.. 0 a 0 . 0?0` Tallow, rendered .......... ... O.; 0 ?, 4: .K" t Wool ... . ...............: :'..0.. 1 8' *..0 2' 0
EXPORTS. VESSELS CLEARED FROM THE 2ND ULTIMO TO THE 9TH INSTANT INCLUSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 April 1836
EXPORTS: VESSELS CLEAREDFPROM TI!E 2ND 'ULTIMO O TI E'O IIi - INSTA1?'r INCIUSIV-.i' Jess, 77 'tons; -Hay,. mdinserl fo rtNew Zealandi; general cargo. .:' 0 m. M. .own, I case iniushns,S K. Salting 6?cask'potatoeist 1l48 trusses 52 bales hay, C6ooer and Co ;"54 pclak. ages apples ,'C: W, B5einer. . fApril: 6. Nei A G YorK k `Packet, (barquie), 270 :tons Gregory, master;'from Valparaiso,-Giles, Ritchie, and' Co. agents I1 '0,000' bushls wheat; 2198 boxes soap, 48 asli oars,'GilBe, Ritchie; anid Co. :' April 6- ' Jdolly' Ra?l?bler (schooner), 58 'ons, Griffin; master; 'frnomi New Zealand, Hughes and Co. agents, 75 bundles' flax,' 157 'baskets' Maide, "J :Bi Mlontefiore 'aind.Co ; '25 bui?dles whalebone, 1 bundleh seal ski, f18 tons potatoes,10 `deals; 13 ibundles old copper, Huglies' and Co Ao i April6 ? -art (brig), 10 n Grfimi SDe'nmirk.' Hill; '252 ton;' Fihla, il asteF,fortlie Soutli Seas';' iishey Stores. :' " Patriot, 195 toh; Shdrter, master'for New" Zealand; 'general caigo. . ...
A HINT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. Hole in the Wall, April 13, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 April 1836
A.,HINT. P TO THE EDITOR OF I'THE COLONIST.?: hlole in the Wall;' Apliril.3, 1836 SIR,-t .haslbeen slaid'by Principal" Rlobertson?, one oif Scotlarid's `tal~ited "histoiians, ithat" a nation or country nmust have been'advanced. con siderably in the scale: of civilization, 'befoire a correct taste could be entertairied by the, people for the Drama; and-:that?. a: corresponding im provement would take ;place on their manners and morals: ' ?? . - . 'It ffi witlh the' latter part of the reimark that I have, at :present to do, relative td' the' state"'of morals exhibited at our. Sydney Theatre ; and, asriuhave the best authority fori'hihat.I adv~aice, Itrust that, you (the Cato Cenisor ;ofthe 'colony) will% publish this letter as a 'salitary walrning '-to thosedto whom:.it refers. .. . It seems that a number of young men;';with the- p~ddyj haii ..still on their:'chins, ,are int the habit 'of frequeriting that parv of ;the. Theaire where Mr. Marshall's hopeful emigries assemible in` 'cbns...
PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 April 1836
,PUBLIC MEETING.; A- P.UBLIC : MEETING -.'Was iheld -.at: the -Royal Hotel ori Tuesday last, for the 'purpose of taking into consideration the Petitions to'-the -.Kingn.and Commons;'iriserted in our last number?? On the motion: of John:Blaxland' E q,, M. C., seconded by Mr. Sydney Stephlei, Sir John Jamison' took: the chair. The chairman theft read the-requisi tion by which the. meeting had been called, and proceeded to s!ate the business of the meeting : I Ie had been induced by the importance of.the ob ject. for; which the iieeting was called to comle down to Sydney,' notwithstanding the . bad state of health he was labouring:'under; The'present meeting was called for :the 'purpose of taking into' consideration two P'titions of very great importance to the well-. beingof the colony. !The discussion he hoped would be conducted with moderation, and he concluded by statingithat' the meetingwas:open to all parties, and those who were the, originators of the documents he hoped would no...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 April 1836
tJipp tung Jmtelligenue. ..-ARRIVALS., ,-,. , SAPRIn 4.-A pprentice : (schooner);, Caidenhead, from 'the' Mauritius,. February 7, sugar; Passengerl ? k. Steel, Esq. . l. - . . : ' 4.-New, York Packet (ship), Grego'ry, froin Val paraiso, January 9, wheat 4.--Dart,. (brig) 'Griffin, from 'Launceston,n 31st ult. sundries..- Passengers, : Mrs. '.Furlong, Messrs. T.; Camell, J:. Pierce, and W. Parry. . , 4.--Jolly Rambler (sloop),- Griffin, from New Zealand, potatoes, &c. :Passengers, Messrs. T. Porter and IR. Horsely.- .. 6.-Jane (shooner), fromnthe Manning. 10.-- Speculator .(schooner), from a, coasting. yoyage.. -
Colonial Statistics. SECONDARY PUNISHMENT. EXTRACTS of a Dispatch from Major-General, Bourke, addressed to Mr. Secretary Stanley, dated Government House, Sydney, January 15, 1834. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 April 1836
SECONDARY: PUNISHMENT., EXTRACTS of. a Dispatch from :Major-General Bourke, addressed to. Mr. Secretary Stanley, dated Government Hlouse, Sydney, January '15, 1834.; ' have to acknowledge the receipt of'yodr Dis patch of the 21st'August last, in which you atinounce the dletermination of -His Majesty's ,Government' to continue transportatiori to these colonies as a se 6coda'ry piiishmeint for offendes 'comimitted in Great Britain, and to impose .upon th'e'trans'ported offenders distinct measures ofipuniishment; according .to the nagnitude, of their offences, and tfher notoriety? of their previous course of life separating them for this [enii .in'to' thied classes,i of which'- the firstshall be subject' to confinementi: in- one. of, the penal, settle -ments hitherto setapart for the reception of such .felons and offeiiders transported' from'Great Britain to these colonies as here'.are' sentenced-' to' a, second t~ansportation iby:a ":Colonial. Cou t ; the ,second to severe i labour in...
Colonial Politics. THE PETITIONS. [THE SUBJECT CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 April 1836
THE PETITIONS. JI.:·THE: SUBJECT CONTINUEP.4}, -::: WE observed -i 'our last r mber;;thatithere were e'aeral` pintis tobclied ion in the itwo' Petitions tp His, Majesty, the ,KING,, and- to he,Commons, lbuise of PaIlioameni,; that are iiow,- in, course of Ss~iiitrd, to which it uld notd bobut of 'place to ,direct: :the attention .f the publc, so9mewviiat more pai`ticularly thanWeve: were able- todod:in our last. We therefore returnto the,subject; of hi-flh it is surely unn-ecessary to remmd our readers of the paramount importance. - ', The subject that appeared to us mostprominent; in the two Petitions, and'of consequence most deservinig ofattention, wastheacknowledged 'i cdrease 'f idrime ine thelc6lonyJ dring the last fewk years; an we eneavour in the course of ur re marks :on the subject; to point out the. sources. of that increase, andithereby to account in:some mea sure` for what cannot fail to:be regarded as asiiost alarming. fact, the progressive demoraliaidntioif. the colony...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 14 April 1836
TO THE EDITOR OF THE, COLONIST. SIR,-knowing your readiness to -expose' any gross breach of public decency, and that in charac ter of guardian of morality and ,the bibesiance of society, you will not hesitate to hold up to public contempt', and :abhorrence,; any who, have the' hardihood to set thein at defiance, I shall make lio apology for bringing, under your notice the conduct of some members of a set of men 'who, from n their standing in society in -this' colony, might be expected to set an example;to be imi tated,: rather :than, as they have hithe'rto done; to be avoided. Anomalouis as are the materials of which our society is constituted, it might certainly: be ex pected that a respectable female might. walk through the streets in open day without the dan ger- of being wantonly :ind- grossly insulted by persons wearing the garb of officers, which, it is evident,: hdwever, is not always: that -of: gentle men.' ;Presuming upon their imaginary :iniport ance,' some of them appear ...