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Sydney General Trade List. IMPORTS. REPORTS FROM THE 23RD TO THE 30TH INSTANT, INCLUSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 May 1836

..,IMPOwRTS. REPORTSFROM. -THE 23nRD TO TIlE 30TH iINSTANT,; APnrL 23;.-Thomas Laurie,'(barqiie) 294 tons; T!Lo vett, m;aster, from Hobart ToWia 'Coobpir; Holt and Co., agents,- 119 bags potatoes;' Marsden anil Co.; 92. bags lpotatoes; 230 tlruses~'hay, 110 bags1 wlieat,, 120 bags .floui;, 314 bag?'"sugar,' 4 baskets sugar candy,;J. Lamb and( o.,; 560 bags sugar, RI?Jones arid Co.; 10'kegs toba;co, S; - K. Salting; ?"boxi ne?chandizea, --- Ramusu; 57' :4bag5s wheat, Je'i Mu6docsk; 45 baskets'60 bags sugar, '0Edwards and Co.; 120 bags wheat,"4 cbaskets applesl'H'. Betsh; 19p casks barilla, R.e Brownlow a'rid =Co, ; 278 bags` wheat, 12 trusses hays , order. : April: 27:-Vanaguardi (brig); 238, tons, Walker master, from 'Batavia; 'R Jones and Co; agents; 2480'bags wheat, '200 barrels' flour, 450 bags rice; 168 casks sago; 20- cases cigars; 20 cases antimiony; 20 bales bags; b1I case hats; 1 case shoes, 8°cases japanware, '400 bundles rattans, 750 pllanks W 12ti bed-' steads, 2 dozen ch...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 May 1836

_. ,. SALES S' ' . UGCTZO `..', h Tins day, May 5, Lyons, at Lamb.,and Co.'s .stores, Castlereagh Street,,Potatoes .... . .Monday, .May 9,:Lyons, on the ,Iremises; Cottage in Castlereagh Street: .; IMonday, May, -9, .Lyons,.at hiisRooms, ,Tobacco and Merchandise. SWednesday,' May! 11," Lyons,?. oni they premises, 74,,George Street, Slops, &c..:: Thursday, May',12, Howe,. at .the ,Windsor Hotel, Horses and Farming Implements. . H Monday,. May 16;.Lyons; on the Ground;,Twenty two Allotments Fort and Cumberland, Streets. ' : Thursday, June 2,,Lyons, on the:Premises, Campf bell's Wharf. . STOBACCO.. -0 To. be, Sold. by . Auction, BY Wmas s.:.YONwS; . At his Rooms;'George Street, on ;:ondayi; the 9th Instant, at Eleven o'Clock precisely. TIN consequence of, the scarcity of American ; Tolacco, Mr., Lyois is 'authorised; to offer. for sal?!, 'few kegs of Amierican Negrohead: Tbacco, of good qu~lity,,in bondl. After whlch a great variety of AeIerchaindise.. Termi made known, atthe t...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 May 1836

' O: : ,Dbt tte tto. PR.ZX'lTTNG. AT THE COLONIST OFFICE, Printing of ` ;'.every description is executed with neatness, .economy, punctuality, and'dispatch. M-RS. HORDEN? M fOST respectfully informs her friends and the L . public in general, that she has just received a supply of the undermentioned articles direct 'from E?gland:.. A large assortment of Tuscan, Dunstable, and Fancy Bonnets. . .. Ladies' English made dress Caps 4-4, 6-4 Black and Coloured Merinos : French and English G.ingliams, Ladies' White and Coloured-Stays'. .. Children's ditto all sizes 'Boy's and Youth's Superfine Suits : Bandanna Silks Best Witney Blankets Children's Braided Jean'and Gingham Dresses "' Baby Linen, in great variety . ' ALSO . ; A large Stock of Geiftlemin's' u inder -clothing suitable for therapproaciing.season?. ' M- RS.'HORDERN. No: 12, King Street, between Pittand ?' " . .? , :: : "Castlereagh Streets. NOTICE .01' REMOVAL. rfiTHE Undersigned in returning thanks to his i Friends and the Publi...

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Domestic Intelligence. [CONTINUED.] TEGG'S MAGAZINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 5 May 1836

Domestic Intelligence [CONTINUED.]   TEGG'S MAGAZINE.       This little colonial periodical has now reached its third number, and is advancing in popularity; the number of subscribers being already very considerable, and much greater than was antici pated. The bill of fare for the present number is as follows :-Original-Stewarton of Kirkcolm'; or, Jilting and Jealousy; A Fragment;, A Scene in the Wilds; Early Death; the Slaughter-house; or; Camden in the Olden Time; The Warrior's Rebuke; Ellen Manvers; or, Frank and his Friends; The Altar of Friendship. Select-- Characters of the English, Scotch,and Irish ; Married? or, Not Married ? Reviews -Six Months in a Convent; the Narrative of Rebecca Theresa Reed, and The Drama. We shall take the liberty to extract an article or two of our   own next number, in the meantime, we shall leave our readers to judge for themselves.

Publication Title: Colonist, The
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Markets. FRIDAY, MAY 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 May 1836

" FRIDAY, MAY 6. WHEAT, per bushel 12s. Flour-first quality 30s., seconid dlitto 28s., third ditto 23s. per 100lbs. Oatdn 'Hay, 15ss. to 18s. per cwt. Wheat Straiw, 35s. to 40s. per load: Maize, 8s. 6d. per bushel. Potatoes, 8s? to 9s.: per cwt. Salt Butter, Is.. 4d. to 1s. 6d. pet' lb ;.'Fresh ditto, 2s. to 2s. 3d. per ditto. Fowls, 2s. 6d. to-4s. Gd. per couple. Ducks, 4s. to Gs. per ditto. , Geese, 7s. to 9s. per ditto. TIurkeys, 412s. to ,14s.? per ditto. Eggs, 3s. per: dozen. Fruit ver scarcee and dear.

Publication Title: Colonist, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RATES OF INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 May 1836

RATES OF INSURANCE. "?Q? . To Loiidon arid Liverpool-21to 5 p.er ?e"nei~:i Hobart Town-=-1 per cent. Launceston-1¼ per cent. Swan Riiver-4 per cent. '';, ' New Zealand-I per cent. South Sea Islands-2 per cent.' -0 iA .cottage in Castlereagh .Street :at present in the occirpation of M?r, White was disposed of by Mr. S. 'Lyons by auction on Monday last to Edward Hunt, Esq.,,for the sum' of 3851; also a two storied house at the corner of Campbell and Castlereagh Streets to John Connell, Esq., for 4801. ; making a 'total of 8651.

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FREIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 May 1836

To' Iohdon- Wool,1d. to I.d per lb. , oil, 3l 1Os.ier tuifi; timiber, 311 Os 'per load, flax, 41 to 4t 10s.per ton. ' : " f To Liverpodol-ditto, ditto. To Hobart Town and Launcestoni-l 1 to 11.: 1Os per ton.: STo Swan River-l/. 10s. to 21.per fton ..ir 'To :-ew Zealand a~ind the SoutlihSea Islands 21.to9 21. Os.'er ton. '

Publication Title: Colonist, The
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SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 May 1836

SPIRITS AND TOBACCO: , ": Stock on hand, 30thinstant.1 B. P._rums 251,953= gallons; brandy, 33,349: gallons; gin ' 34 42i 2 gal lons,; other slirits ] '015 gallons toibaccd 85,742: Received: adrig t?l, :week= ..3 P. rum, nil; birandy il ;i nil; oheir spirits, nil; tobacco, 1728 pouiids *° t Deliveredi for: home codisi'mption- B. P. rui, 4323' gal1ons; brady,' 922 gallon?: gi, ; 520 gal. lohs;' othlerspirits, 95 gallons';tobacco, 3340 pounds. Delivered for exportation-B. P. rum, 1088 gal. lonis;bliraidy, nil i; gin, 4 gallons;: otli spirits, 684 gallons; tobacco 296 pouilds.' Stock' on hand 7'th nstant,-- .B P. ruin, 246,524 gallons; rand, 2,42 galons; gin, 98 gal lon" ;" otheri spirits, :16;,286 gallons; tobacco; i83,834 poll ndsi. ~ ;~-~

Publication Title: Colonist, The
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VESSEL DISCHARGING, AND AT WHAT WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 May 1836

V.ESSEL DISCHARGING, ANDAT ? WHAT .-Egyptian fom .Hobart 1Town .at W ilsoson's 4'harf, George.Street- ,.:. . Curreniicy Lasfrom f iuncest ng's Siren, frorm -obait Toiv "King's Wharfi :-/7

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 May 1836

TO CORI RESPONDENTS. The Thistle has been received. We have received a communication on the subject of a.. late Affair of Honour, which we must decline pub&, lishing, unless the gentleman who forwarded. it choose?, to favour us with his name, vouching at the same tirm?is the correctness of his statements. - Agricola came too late for insertion.

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Domestic Intelligence. AUTO DA FE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 May 1836

AUTO DA FE. NOTWITHSTANDING the march of improvenmet so;t much vpunted of ip the preselet age, we are srry to be under the necessity of noticing a disposi tion in certain quarters to ievrt to .tlie brba rities of the dark ages, .The Inquisitor .General' of this colo; lias,,like Paul, th'e Apostle, " been consenting, to' the ,martyidom of Stephen,"':in sentencing that' eminent saint of the New South Wales' Artillery Corps : o "ubt:'ut off' his ' right hand " on; the .evening ofiMoonday last. .This Auto da Fe took place publicly on the deck.of the Schooner' -Francis. Freeling, just previous to her sailing for IHobartTow-n. The martyr was, dressed, as is usual on all such occ'asions in Roe man Catholic counrtries, in a 'dress` :-bf oilskin? painted all over with flames and devils; 'he In quisitor General, who had` gone diirectfrom TIE COLONIST Office, having his mitre sometires-on and sometimes off.; There. was a Mrs. Rotton amongd the spec ".tators, going to Van Dienan's Land, we 'bel...

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THE AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 May 1836

TH? B AUSTRALIAN. WE seldom' 'ondescend to 'correct the eirors of th'e Press for-our feeble friend and brothier of Tie" Australidni;: but we c annot helijadverting: to a n6torious perversion of :facts which he has at tempted to penetrate in reg'ardl to the-testimonial or address?, td the 'Re'. :Di.. Lang, published' in thelast:numrber of this paiper.-: I-Je i:epresents the documept as ;coming :fron :tlie;. Presbyterians of New, Soutli Wales, and expresses his surprise at theismaWll number :of )signatures. (i67'), appended to it. ,IThe, ficttiws, it did mnot~.even profess to cdme from :the .,Presbyterians. ;of Sydney, for whom, ,the, writer must: have known, there.are now two: churches provided..; It was merely the testimony of. bon& fide fmembers 'of the con gregatin, ofthe. Scots ;Churcli,: being heads of families, :As the writer for 'The `Australian takes .te':.liberty,. however, to, substitute an answer which 'he conceives ought toQ:have been given by. Dr. Lang,:Jfor;the,...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 May 1836

DEPARTURES't May 5~Governbr Harcourt .(barqlue), :Doutty; far London; "wool'&c." Passengers-lDr.- Galloway; ''R. N :Mrs. W hyda, Mr. Norris Mr. Eyre:; .: ---6Willian the "Fourth (stean;-packet), foriPor, M acquarie -Passenger-Captain Nicholson, Harbour Mlaster. '-' 8-Elizabeth,;'Fowler, for the Sperm Fishery:: 8-Cornwallis; Bards,ifor the Sperm l isliei'y:,k} :'10 Francis Freeling (ebarque), Mlilne,;for Hobit Town. ':Passengers-Mess'rs.=-_ J.: and't R. -K:Rainid? Pliillips, Wison;j Cqnnell; Mr.and"'Mrs. Cartwefight. 10"Syren?t '(brig); -I-iayle ' for' Hobart'? Towni? Passengers-=Rev.' Dr, Pold iii-Rev: {Mr:. Ulla thfl rne, R C: V;:G.; 1Messrs . "IP. W ood, W .f Dalt-on,: anld Salter.; . 11 ::l Broiugham nfor Twofold ,Bay· anid Hobart Towni - 11. Eiizabeth, Sisters, and Genii, for the Spermi MFilbely'i

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. Maitland, May 9, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 May 1836

TO TIlE EDITOR .OF THE: COLONIST: . :Si?a Passing, overin~the meantime.lthe:; mniah?y grossly failse statements in regard to.:me, in the listf number,of your?lperper, permit meto meet the. chairge ofimnacceptahleness. to the people of tilis district therein: involved,, by the;following Certiti-' cate,?'for',which, in conjunction withl this, .I de mand insertion in;the next nu mbeirof:ybur J ou al. i SCia.rIrvCATE.-I herieby' certifyi tlat withini the. last'month, more than 1201. (and fully 1001: of thle s?iui 'Annual Subscriptions) :,have been subscribed fdoi -the: support of the ;Rev.:. Ji.:H. Garven, as Presbyteria: - Minister f Maitland, and above 901. 'of the amount: imnmediately paid. . .GEORGE BELL, s. Secretary to'then Conimittee of the Presbyterian (Congregation oif Maitland. As.I am addressing: you, arid you speak in your remarks in regard to, me of withdrawments from my.ministry, may I ask you, isti who haive with dirawvn therefrom, unless itbie Andew. Lang and his iste . ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 May 1836

Ab ippiug Intelligence. :...... ARRIVALS.., MAY 5-Larnbton (sloop), Hart, from Eastern Isles, 28th=Septemiber,?about 4 cwt: tortoiseshell ?;. Passn= geri-Dr.rCampbell. -' :; : 6-Dublin, Packetj (schoorer,),, Leathart5- froWm New Zealand 20thi ultimo,? sundries:.: Passenger Mr. M'Neice...,.... . .. ..... ... 6 -Robulli (cutter),,Collins, froin .New. Zealand, sundries.s. -s ' 9 -Nrew Zealander (schooner); ]28 iton?, Calke froni New -Zealand, 27th -April.;, potatoesiand maize. -Reports the loss .of -the- br Lord -Rodney; on the coast of New. Zealand, on 19th April, :crew. saved; 9:-=William '(brig), Thorne, from, Launceston 4th instant; wheat-and hay: P?assengeis, Mr?'J':-Ritchie, ,Mrs. R. and- three -children, Mr. and -Mrs. Qrifiths and twb children.: ?10.-Marian. Watson: (schooner),\ 146. tons, ;Kindb from Launceston 4th:instant; wlheat;, &c. Passeng'ers, :Mr. J.VWalford, Mr. WV; Boyce; Mr. R. Williainson Mr.' A.-Best, and .Mr. S Charle:.

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Select Poetry. TO A CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 May 1836

TO A CHILD. FRoM THE CHRISTIAN OBSERVER FOR NOVEMBER '. Sonuow sat heavy-on my soul When first I saw thy smile, .? . But ih a momiept, as it beam'd, My grief it did beguile; And e'er since then,lwhen sorrow's cloud Would shade my soul again, The thought of.thee,- thou;lovely child, :: Hath never been in vain. For this,. unconscious as thou art, ' I thank thee with a gratefull heart.: i And truly nmust that eye-be cold S Which gazed ;upon thy face, * Nor: felt the heart at'once become b ;r: "I -:A" bright and suriny place., i; ,::- : Thoui seem'dst to me a spsnrt come: To cheer me.on my way, . A beam of Heaven,; i mercy sent, To gild life's wintry day; : : ::: And fain my fancy would express. ; Some emblem of thy loveliness.:' }` i,: A'rose begernm'd with morning dew, r <' A wild flower on the leas The:lo~veliest' gl oof evening's star, Are emblems meet for thee; Aiid all that earth has b eautiful;, When most hei b.ea?itiesshine, : . But shadow forth the hopes that spring'...

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ARE THEY NOT MINISTERING SPIRITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 May 1836

ARE THEY NOT MINISTERING SPIRIT . F[ROM THE CHRISTIAN OBSERVER" FOR NOVEMBER. i:: WnT thoiidgh we see no brightarray,'i. ; ":Nor flaming seraphs cleave the air, Blest spirits camp around our way, . '- nd God himself is present there. : .' " : ': 'Mid watery waste or woodland.dell,. : Lone field, or crowded city's pile, 'The armies of Emanuel . ` ` M.; arshal, unseen, their radiant file. And silent oft some angel arm ::,. Israised to aid the drooping saint,. '` :To lighten grief, forefend from iharm, .?. `i:i . To cheer the sad, revive the faint. , i:;:: :And when, released from earthly ties, . : The soul from death's cold bed shall spring,?, Calm. shall :it seek its wished-for skies, i Sheltered beneath some seraph's 'wing.' = Bright hosts of heaven ! fain would I see Your buriting ranks unveiled around, And in your hallowed company Feel every spot celestial ground. " 'Fain would I live withi God and you, .. More than with men and things of earth;. Tiil;I may be a spirit too, : Re-b...

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CATTLE STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 May 1836

CATTLE STEALING. Tnn exten:ttowlich this crime has been carried in ,the interior : seems absolutely incredible. iOwing to the ,exertions of. Henry:. O'Brien, Esqr., 3, P.,: of Yass, all the ramifications of the system have been laid open to the public as they exist in the' neighbourhood of Murrumbidge'e, and Monaroo; 'and we'd oubt not if equal' exertiona were made it. would be = found that its is carried on to an equal amount :in other parts of the coloriy. Some idea of its exteilt in thatneigh Sibourhood may be ;formed 'from the fact, that in :':tlhe herds of Messrs. H. and C. O'Brien, which rn: together at the Miurnimbidgee, ther'e.was an actually deficiency in the gross amount. between t:he muster of 1834: aid; that of:1835,- of ip wards of 300 le:ad;' leaving the increase which ought to have taken ' ilace duiring that period :out of the question altog?ether. Tle exertions of 'Ir. O'Brien, aimd'- the, number' of depredators wvho have through :means: of him-hbeen brought to jiist...

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English Extracts. INCENDIARISM EXTRAORDINARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 May 1836

INCENDIARISM EXTRAORDINARY.. [.ranoir THE oaRNIso CHRONICLE, NOVEMBER 3.]: GL-soow, FRmnAY.--'This city was last niglit thrown into a.state of gr~eat alarmn: and excitement by °;the timely aid most providential discoveIr?y o f onie' of tlhe most diabolical attempts at wholesale destruction of life and property,upon record in :this. country;. For tunately the,attempt was made at an earlyj hour wh'en the patrol are more on thealert::and more :olbservant of occurrences.: The ; circumstances, so farr as they are yet known, are as folloiv:-A person named John Arthur, a, druggist and soda-water maker, has .for some time occupied a shop which is called a double one, it having two counters, at No. 31 in the Gallow gate, one of the oldest and most densely populated' streets in the city. The shop has a back room attach= ed to it, and a cellar underneath. About half-past nine o'clock last night the watchman, it appears;, saw Mrs. Arthur with the porter and shopboy comingoutof the. shop, when t...

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WHOLESALE PRICES OF GOODS. MAY 12, [COMPILED FOR THE COLONIST.] IMPORTS. SPIRITS, in bond. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 12 May 1836

WIIOLESALE PR.ICES OF GOODS. MAY 12, [COMPILED FOR TIlE COLONIST.] IMPORTS. SPXI?TS, in bond. £ e. d. , R£o s:5 d. Brandy, First Qiality, per gallon .. 0 4 .0,aa'0 4 9 ,.i Second dittu.............. 0 3 0 '.0 3' 6 R'nimt BP., proof .............·. .21;6 .. 0-2 7 Runu, Strong, 3o'O.P........ ..,.;., 0_ O3-';2 .. 0 3 6 American, ditto 0 I1 0 .. 0 1 3 Isle of France, ditto .. 1 0 .. 0 1 3 Glia, initiniged ..........::. 0....0 3 0 .. 0 3 4 Straw coloured .............; 0 1 6 .. 0 2 0 :.Case,'4 gallons ...... 0....... o 0 .. I 2 6' WZNES. iPort, best, per pipe.............. 40 01 0 ..500 0 Perdozei....,li :.'..?1' 10 0 .. 2 2 0 Good, per pipe r.3... ...; . 30. 0 0 ..30. 0 0 Sherry, best, per butt ..L...:.....1;3 0 :.0 ..5O 50 0 0 Per dozen ...........: 1 5 0 .. 15 0 Madeira, per pipe ......... :. 30 0 0 ..45 0 0U Per dozen ...... :i?: ' 1 5 0. 1 5 0 Tenerifl'e, per pipe.. ...... . : :'. 1Z.0: 0:..,21 0 0 Per dozen ....15' 0 .. 1 0 0 Cape, Conpany's best, 110 gHllons:. 11' 0 0 .12 0 0' Ch...

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