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RATES OF INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 28 April 1836

RATES OF-.INSURANCE ; ?.-"ýi 'ToLonddor and' Liverpbool-2to 5 per cent.=' =Hobart Town=--1 per dent ILaunceston--1- per cent. Swan River--4 per cent. NewvZealand-1l per cent. South Sea Islands-=-2' per cent.

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
English Extracts. MELANCHOLY ACCIDENT—FORTY PERSONS DROWNED BY THE BURSTING OF A WATER-DAM, AT GREENOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 28 April 1836

ingt1iorrf lxt et0. - 0 . .*--. MELANCHOTLY ACCIIDEN T-FORTY PER SONS DROWNED, BY TH:E' BURSrI`N??R4G OF A" WATER-DAM, AT GREENOiClK.; (rnomi THE 31ORN IO CHRONICLE.) On Saturday evening (Nov.212)a little after 11 o'clock, one.of the most-awful accidents.happened to the 'in? habitants of. Crawford-John, one; of the suburbsiof Greenock.,. It appears.that: owing to' the 'excessive' rains which have-tallen for the last few days that ;the principal reservoir, which 'ccupies several acres of ground, for supplying the Mills situated:oa the' Carts .burn rivulet, had received such a quantity of' water. that it burst the banksand.rushed in a dreadful tor. rent towards the village of Cartsdyke. .'Ih its progre: the,water made awful. havock, carrying everything be fore.it. . At the Cartsburn meal mill, occupied by M.i, Kennedy, the torrent swept. away ;the .damrfor supplying the mill, and carried., away :a stable ind. outhouses, in which were a fine horse, w.orth upwardi' of thirty guineas, wi...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHOLESALE PRICES OF GOODS. APRIL 28, [COMPILED FOR THE COLONIST.] IMPORTS. SPIRITS, in bond. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 28 April 1836

S--OLESALE PRICES- OF GOODS.-:, APRIL 28, [COMPILED FOR THE COLORISTi] IMPORTS. SPZ1LZTS, in bond.. £ s. d. s. . Brandy, First Qaality, per gallon .. 0 4 6 a 0 4 ,.9.1 Second ditto............. 0 3' 0 ..' 0 3 6 ium, B.P., proof ................ 0 2 4 .. 0 :'6 Rum, Strong, :30 O.P...........'.:; 0 3 2 ..: 0 3 6 Aierican, ditto .......:.r . .,, " 0 .. 0 '1 13' Isle of France, ditto, ......::.: ; (1 0 .. 0 1 3 Gin, unitinged .0..3... ....; : ' 3 '0 .' ~O 3 4' Straw coloured ..... '... 0 ;l1 ;6 .. 0 2 0 Case, 4 gallons :;:...:.. ",,.. 0 0'.. 1 2 .6 WI .NES.. ' - . Port, best, per pipe....'.....; ..?' 40?0 0 ..50 0 0 S. er dozen :......;;;;.' ; :l;x10 0 .. 2 2 0" Good, per pipe ..... 0..;.;o... 0 I ".3?' 0 0' Sherry, best, per butt ....... :. ' 30``, 0 0 .50? 0 0 , Per dozen.1..},; 15 0.. 1 15 0 Madeira, per pipe .....30......:. '" 30 0 0 ..45 0 0 Per ldozen ... ... r 1,* .! ýI-: L .'5?. 0.. ,15 0 Teneriffe, per pipe.. .... . 0 il 0 ; ..21 0 o Per dozen .....;..... .. 0 15 0 . O 'S Cape,...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STATE OF THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 28 April 1836

, STATE` OF THE- MARKETS i:.?s it SI'gAR. M, T-u-s,-Ths artiehas advanced coY, mderatlfy withi?n the la's teii days; several pareeis i hae. been '~idl' at 'robin '33.to 3631; per 'in Y':?it demandr brisk,; anid liolders are ,1iokinjg fdrfai-?itli advance. ?. ; i 1EA; HYSoQN .SHIN,--The, dvices.Ifroin China 0b ;, thlelate~ships .has,had the effectof. holdeis:demandling " an; advance of. from ,1Os..toJ5slper chest; :there hai ' been a'.little business done: but not of any, magnitude:. Polu?? , IRISi-Ai qiatity btiythe Abel ower sld on: arrival at £5' 17s. 6d. IIolders are now ;asking BEEF? COT.ONIAL SAI.'r-l he demandt present i& very great, 4Id. per-lb. has belinrefuse'ld thei ices aslied ranging front Sd.'to 66d. per b. i tlb i '::' 'ToI T AccO, 'NEGo uiAD T-?Te arcei by. the Black; Varior sold for' 3s: 6d. per l . mahl lots lhanv ,since birouglit from 4s: t'o s. 6d: per lb'ili bi on " ýr- SALTi, I anroo -FHolders , are ,now as?ing. £6 ; the'demand is.likely to. be con:idera...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 28 April 1836

Timber M3!e Gum, per loud': ' ·2 ,5 0 ,AP2 1$` 0# 0ctdrripetr toot ..... .2 0 Q"; 0 1'1rcillliS, pel' ttio11Silau al . 25 R idecs, aedtced, por ltb....·:.. :0 0 ;. 1 i . , Horzns .. pe, Oo 012F:0';: u.. 0I0 Dottlips ...lO... 0 3: ..0 '... 0 3 4 7'AHow, reclerc(I ....0....0..4 .ý. ti o woo...:. .. :. ~ ~ ~ r.,·r·r~ i··r~..r~ $? !.FlliL1·: r-1F " fl~ L·.

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 28 April 1836

r, t ? SPIRITS ANDTOBACCOO. "j.- - Stock on hand,. 16thi instant.;iB.; P.rum,-256,609r gallons ; 'brandy, .33,965 gallons; gin, :34,839 .gal Ions;'otlier. spirits "18,507. gallons ;!.tobacco: 8.4,882 pounds: 0 . ·... .. , ;leceived" . during-.thel wi;eek' -Nil.. ,:in·-! Deliveied . for. ,home?:cobnstmption--3:P. Tum 4662 !gallons-; biandy, 1006lgallon; gin', ;217 gal-. lons ;otlher spirits,: 92 gallonst; tobicc~a; 2623 poundil Delivered for exportation .B3 P ?runt, 2422 gal Ions ;' bra ndy, .139..gallobh; :'gi;, :4 gallons ;other spirits, 1322 gallons; .tobacco 592' poutids:: ?: 'Stock on hand.23rd.nmstant B.' P .ruii,. 251,705, gallotis; brandy,. 32,820 ;gallons,; :gin,;8?,618 gal.z Ions ; 'otlier spirits, 17,093 gallons; itobacco, s'81,66.7 pounds. ..... ,, ....: , ?? , .,..

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 28 April 1836

TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. SIR-As you have calMed, in your lastnumber, upon any of your Correspondents to "' suggest:, a mode of preventing the accumulation of dust on the Streets of Sydney," here is one suggestion, expressed in rather a professional way :- 1k Six pair of strong Convicts in irons. Good Hand Carts, No. iij. Shovels and Brooms, ana vj. Put all together, ad legem artis, and let it operate on the body diseased from sunnse to sunset the year round. April22, 1836. X. Y'., M.D. For the Town of Sydney. But speaking unmedically ; it is an axiom of the architecture of Roads, that any thing soft in their composition or structure, is, or will become a nuisance. It might be therefore removed. But the removal of dust to a short distance, is only " a begging of the question," as you so often have it. Therefore the men and carts alluded to in our Recipe, should be cohtinually employed to sweep the streets in dry weather, and move the product to some distant quarter. Butspeaking...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sydney General Trade List. IMPORTS. REPORTS FROM THE 16TH TO THE 23RD INSTANT, INCLUSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 28 April 1836

IMPO Ji T S. REPORTS ;FROM TIIE 16II, .TO'THE 23RD INSTANTi INCLUSIVE.'° APhn. 18. L'ady of the :Lake , (ship), 243;Itons,' Pearson, master, from China; Edwa dsand Huniter, agents; :1915 'chests 1384 ialf'-lchestsandi250 ,bo'xes. hyson-skiri ,ea,1 a?ce a go~g, case, ?a picture, Et. wards and H iritei; I case:books,?.;. ornes ;a1 ,bun die suandies, A. E. Campbell; 1 box tea, 1 box soy, 1 box silks, Dr. IBowman ; 1 case dish. covers- J; Lamb and Co.; ,15 trunks sundrie.s,, 59boxes cigars, . package tea, Paul a~dCo.;. .306 chests 350, half. che.its250 (luarter-clihes.sorlskin teai 50u boxes caper tea,;25, boxes iraper j ,lteai 25 boxes gunpowder tea,1 ibase silks, 1 case grass cloth, I case ivoryware I case lacqueridware, 2 cases cubells, Kerr, Alexan der aidCo.;; .20ti boxes crackers, 50 boxes soy; 77 boxes ,pre'serves, 2 packages baskets, 250 rolls !fiatting 200 b'oxes cgars, 1 'bundle table-mats';2 boxes Cila?~ ware, 1 bliox earthenware, 26 packages lacqueredwiare, 13 writin'gdesks,...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Colonial Statistics. LOWER CANADA. MEETING OF THE PROVISIONAL PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL CHAMBER. Quebec, October 27, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 28 April 1836

,i 0LOWER CANADA.: i ts.' : ;MEETING OF THE PROVISIONA?I?, PARL1AMETN L3- ý,.r: :.. f[M LEGISLATIVE 3C UNCIL CHAMBE R. fl1 . '. . Qu Qebec, October,27,. 183b :: S3HIs day, ,at one o clk,: llis' Excellency, the , Governor-iri-chrif" dh'it 1down, in satao' ithe SLegisliti've C buicil-tchaii?er and' being seted o : thle;thronie, ,the, Gentlema?-U, sher .of the, Black.) ItRod was sent down to: the;House of Assembly, toP , comm and theirattendcance before His Excellency, iand that flou'se beii comne u, Hlis Excellency . wilp pleised t'fiopeh i the seconid Session :of the'i. filtteeritha Pr.ovisiorial Parliament of owver Canada'B vwith ,the,.followingisrpeeic.li;--_.. :, .' i Gentlemeno f.the elgidslative?Colunei l Geictleitie i. :J the House of sembly. ., , Ift isin no ordinary circumstances thatTI 'meetyou ::i and consequien'ces;:of: vast im pirtlance ,depenl odiitii ,{.i 'impression you may. receive fromr my yords. ,Dissen;4 sions have almostarrested thile corse ourse of overnment. The...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 28 April 1836

ýTOý THIE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. ...Some.think me a wise man, .. , i Others account me a fool. OF- all qtiadrupeds, the Goat is the least expen sive,to keep, and more easily reared; than any?:' o;itWir aiimal of its size-there is hardly a herb it; will not eat and thrive upon. Liable to few dis eases, and little inconvenienced by heat or cold, it is peculiarly adapted to an extensive territory ofidiversified climate. Capable of defending, itselfi4it is independent of the care of man, yet; keenly sensitive to his attentions it can be made. as alfiectionate as. a child. Its milk nutricious and convertible to cheese, in Europe sought for with a'gott; its flesh a delicacy ; its skin ap plicable to an infinity of purposes; its hair,. horns, hoofs, bones, and intestines, all articles of import in the mother-country-in the skin alone the trade is immense; England being indebted to foreign aid for nearly the whole made into shoes, gloves, gaiters, braces, purses, carriage-: linings, &a...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
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Original Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 28 April 1836

ý' O. vigsuat. 'r4 vvo t s :nIlýeace. TO THE 'EDITOR, OF 'THE GOLONIST. Sin ,-Umversally' admitted as :it is th'at goo.l education is of primary. importac 'm in eve`r3 situation of life; 'ithat'u pon: the' training and en richihg of the' youthful 'minind, 'and impl?itiing therein of sound principles and virtuouus habits' the jhappiness or misery of after life in a great measure depends ; it is the duty:of. all :who have the .well-being .of, society at heart, to: keep a watch 'over those who take upon .themselves the responsibility which is implied in undertaking to instruct the rising generation. My attention was drawn. to this subject from having had brought under my: observation, the utter incapacity of many, who, from mistaken ideas of their own abilities, or from sordid motives, open establish nients for the education of youth. From want of opportunity for parents to judge of the quali fications of such persons, a child is often sent to a sclool where not one of the ends for whi...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Religious Intelligence. THE CEREMONY OF BLESSING AND LAYING THE FOUNDATION-STONE OF THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHAPEL AT PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 28 April 1836

h )f THE CEREMONY OF BLESSING Alt) LAY -e ING TIlE FOUNDATION-STONE OF THE ., ROMAN, CATHOLIC. CHAPEL AT. PAR RAMATTA. I 'SINCE the. publication of our: last: number, in o which we took the liberty to make a:few remarks a on the .Rev. Mr. Ullathorne's pamphlet,. descrip o tive of the ceremonies in use amongithq Roman n Catholics at the commencement o'f the erection of n- a church or chapel for divine worship, we have Y been asked by " a constant reader,"' Whether the e Rev. Mr. Ullathorne is not .ESobietate Jesu,: oir in plain English, " a Jesuit." T?o this question, without having had the. honour of any other ac a quaintance with Mr. U. than is implied in the t perusal of his pamphlet, wve unhesitatingly re , plied that he is not. :Andson beiig asked'hbw d we had come to this conclusion; we appealed, o with the perfect consciousness: 6f being- in:ithe right, to the pamphlet itself.. For if IMv r. U., we observed, had possessed a 'tithe of the .wcrldly e wisdom, or rather cunning,- ...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Literature and Science. WILLIAM COBBETT, M.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 28 April 1836

WILLIAM COBBETT, ):V- ;':' P :. Tis powieffulaid af rigidr1is1tiitier?'"dil& ai"hi? farmsi hSuirry, .aged tsevc.tythrie" ?ie?er.'`H rei ireddo h ci ia u Ities il'ltlif'llsiu h iatoient,' anid died `ith perfect comp.. re . "C~'libett ..Wa.a sdifttiught :ndI' 'in t.e tri'ti?e'sense 'f"iee 'word. His fafiie'i ossessed ans':siil piece?'b rouitid at F;iaiim"in" S?fyafd i rid ?CobUeti'bfiirisielf'wir bagh'li 'as a'commonrd ,giniciItural,habbures' Iii 'i783 he 'quittd' Ihis 'ath:'er's roof and *re= piir'ed to' Lor'don,;N hire he succeeded in fin'ding erijliyment"i"t:l'hd'ofice of' akniatt'ortiy. T; vivig' e?itis'ted'nas'a' ·ci'rimoi ol1dier,`'hbwvas. sent 't6l Nbva Scotiaand ,ittained -the rink of serjeant I. ijr br i, tth f'e thi 'oftlh? regiment to Eng" latid, 'he beaecaitiriolved as 'as posecutdr in a court-marti'al, 'bniiid 'notbi 'iatii the issue. IIe left England for France; iid siiiledi 'fromtn a'Frenli pohr t tohe',T?Liited,(Sýtatdsiiwhereth " maiitained himself :fr' some t...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADDRESS TO JOHN BINGLE, ESQ., PUEN BUEN. Invermein, New South Wales, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 28 April 1836

ADDRESS TO JOH N BiNGLE, ESQ., PUEN' BUEN. S ,Invermein, New South Wales, January 25. Sin,-We, the Undersigned Magistrates,. Land holders, and Residents of 'this District, beg leave to offer .you our sincere regret for the omission of your name in the lately promulgated Commission of the Peace, after.having for so many years discharged the duties of a Magistrate with the utmost zeal and in 'tegrity, and proffer you our best thanks for your zealous exertions in personally opposing the depreda tions of combined outlawed armed convicts on- the property of others, previous to the establishment.:of an, efficient Mounted Police by His Excellency Sir lRalph Darling. We are now mo-- .pe, ially moved to offer you our sentiments from di. -ipumrnstance of your having submitted to the ath:icyng inconvei.ience of appropri ating your private dwelling for a public Court, pre vious to your erecting a hut for that service; and for having made all the necessary official returns, corn-. mittals, and c...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 28 April 1836

r PR NTZNG. * AT THE COLONIST OFFICE, Printing of A every description is executed with neatness, ecdbiumy, punctuality, and dispatch. APPRENTZCE WANTED. W? ANTED, a respectable Boy as an Apprentice to the Printing Business in THE COLONIST Oifice. A premium will be required. HENRY BULL. MRS. IORDERN M /OST respectfully informs her friends and the ,IV. public in general, that she has just received a supply of the undermentioned articles direct from Etigl nd : A:large assortment of Tuscan, Dunstable, and Fancy Bonnets Ladies' English made dress Caps, . 4-<4, 6-4 Black and Coloured Merinos Ff'ench and English Gitighams Ladies' White and Coloured Stays Children's ditto all sizes Bhy'h aiid Youth's Suti-effiie 'Suits B "nda? Banilanna Silks Best Witney Blankets " ..... Children's Biaided lJean and Ginghaii' Dresses?'; Baby Linein, in great variety. 7 ALSO,..... . . A large -Stock of -Gentlemen's under -'clothing su table 'for the approaching season. . RS'. HORDER?~N No. 12, Kin...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 28 April 1836

GRANT TFROM THE CROWN. Handsome Cottage in Castlereagh Street, South. For Sale by Auction, BY MiR. SAMUEL LYONS, On Monday the 9th of M ay, on the Premises, at ` Twelve o'Clock precisely, in fulfilment of the will of the late Mr. F. Hunt. THAT Handsome Cottage now in the occupation of Mr. White, containing four rooms and entrance hall, with large cellar below., It has an enclosed yard, outhouses, &c, &c., and isin e.very :way adapted for the reception of a respectable family. ,TERMS--Twenty,per cent .cash deposit on the fall of the hammer; the residue by approved bills at three, six~ nine, ahd 'twelve months fioni the :day of sale, bearing ten per cent interest per annum. Security :on the property if :required. Purchaser to pay his.own conveyance and expense of. security. VAL?,ABLE HORSES. -0 To °be Sold' by Auction, SBY M . S. I. O.. S, On Tuesday the 3rd of May, at the ,New 'Cattl, Market, at Twelve o'Clock precisely, : A BOUT FIFTY VALUABLE HORSES, .Ai of all ages...

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Domestic Intelligence. ST. GEORGE'S DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 28 April 1836

Snlinesitic Entte1Iigelnce. -----0------ ST. GEORGE'S DINNER]     FROM A CORRESPONDNT.] On Friday last, the Sons of Old England as semnbled at the Pulteney to commembrate the anniversary of their Patron Saint, and do ample justice to Levein's very best. Mine host, know I.~g?igwell that since the time of King Edward, lie 23rd of April, cannot pass over without the lilge surloin and the noble pudding ornamenting the hospita'ble board of that social specimen of hiiumanity, John Bull. "The'reason why the evening of the 22nd was 'chosen was not from any fear of John Bull for getting the day as was the apology ol' Pat when found enljoying himself a week 1 efore and after St.' Patrick's day, but that the festivity might not interfere with the decorum of the Sabbath. J. E. Manning, Esq., filled the chair, sup (jorted on the right by Colonel Snodgrass ind Judge Burton ; and on the left by the Honourable Alexander M'Leay, and C. D. Riddell, Esq. ::In the absence of C...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 May 1836

EXP1'ORTS. .;1 i p Timber Blue Gum, per loaid .... i 2 5 . :?. 215, 0 SCedar, per root ................ 0,0 2: . 0.0 Treenails, per thousand .i ... 2. ' 2 .0 0.. 2.' 0 LHidles, salted, per lb. ........... 02 0 1~ 0 00 ; 0! 20 l-orns .......... .per 100,'.. O 12, 0 ,.. o0; Ditto, Tlps......?; .. ...,:iltlo.~ '0 "3 :'0 .. ' 4 Tallow, rendered ........... . P.i0 0 .. ? 0 0 W ool ....................... 0 1 3 .. 0 ,2 L W0 .·.;.((.(··I(;.O1Q(~O·~; a·

Publication Title: Colonist, The
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WHOLESALE PRICES OF GOODS. APRIL 28, [COMPILED FOR THE COLONIST.] IMPORTS. SPIRITS, in bond. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 May 1836

WHOLESALE PRICES OF. GOODS. APRIL 28, }[COMPILED FOR THE COLONIST.] S P ZTS, inS bond. .d Brandy, FirstQuality, per gallon . ; 04 '-:6'a'.0r4 "4:9: ? Second;,ditto............. 030 0 .' 3 R6 Rum, B.P., proof ............... .. , 2 4 .. O :'2 -6 Ruum, Strong, 30. O.P....0.. ...1:,::'; 0:"3 :2 ..0 3 i Gin untined 0.... .0.. . ... ... 4 Straw colo0red ... ......... Case, 4 gallons ............. 0 0 ' 2 + m t , "a-1 'sf r WZNE 0 b Port, best; per pipe.......:?. 40 0 0 50 o 0 ocr dozen.... ....... .`, 1,04 0 0,.. 2 ? ' Good, pr; pipe i,? O.: ,0 0: ..0:30; : 0O Sherry, best, per bItt ''" 3'0' 0 0 ".00 S Per dozen i... ' '.. °5 0 15 0 :Madeiraper: pipe .. . .. . ... .'. .3 ' .1.45 O ,[ 0 Teneriled1peýr pipe.. . `....? : O 0 21 0 , ;' 4er dozen '".... 0 15 o~'.2'Po0 0 Cape, Compainy's best, 110 gallons ..11 0 00 +0.`12 ~0'1i0L Champagne, sparkling. ........ .... . 0 2 .1 Ale, Bass' Burton, per barrel,'30 gal.: 70, 0 .. 7 7 0 SHodgson's pale-per hlid. 0°00. 60 0 Astinbys k .. .. ...:.. ;16 O...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 May 1836

TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. Sin,--I have just now read an. article headed Squatters in thecolumins of The. Her~ldof thlie 14th"'instant, anid.I think 'it ma'y with 'ji stice be iniferred ?-iiat` the authoir?f it is either- a battle steletF: ora 'iember; of ioe,.i or . other, of those numerous trades aand "-professions in Syddney, whose y early inicome.depends iiiuch on the cointin uance of the present system'nof squatting, ,aid the welfare of cattle stealers. The intended i-egulations,'wheu, passed, will give their deaith-blow to cattle-stealing, to sly grog stiops, and 'to bushranigirig, protecting, at:the same time the. ionest industrious squatters. of, all classes. l am Sir, ypur obdint humble servant, ,AN OBSERVER. The, Lieutenant-Governor: oif Van Diemain's Land is about to lay a Bill bI forelthe Legislative Council 'f that island for lie:jetter preveintion of sheeie and' caitle-stealif' the followinig general objects' of the .Bill -as 'ublished'in The Govern menrt :Gazette ...

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