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BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 23 July 1835

BATHURST. [BY A CORRESPONDENT.] AUGMENTATION OF THE POLICE ESTABLISH- MENT. -- The contemplated augmentation of the Civil Police, embraces a very judicious and beneficial arrangement, for the division of the   Bathurst district. We have, on several former occasions, taken opportunity to point out the   impossibility of maintainind a wholesome sur-   veillance, over such a vast range of territory, with a force so very inconsiderable as that hitherto placed at the disposal of the local authorities, and it has been the cause of unequivocal con- gratulation to the district at large, as well as to the Government, that its tranquillity has so rarely been.disturbed. 'The proposed arrangement of   which we submit an outline, if adopted, will be of incalculable advantage to all classes of   our community. It is recommended to form   police stations, as branches of the main establish- ment, at Cox's River, where Cap...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 23 July 1835

Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. July 17. John Dennison, (barque), Mackie, master, from Liverpool, via Hobart Town. Passen- gers—Lieut. Colonel Leahy, 21st Regt., Lieut.       Campbell, 28th Regt, Mrs. Campbell and child, R.W. Loan, Esq., Mr. J. Vauser, Dr. Black, Mr. John Nutter, Mr. Luke Sibthorpe, Mr. James Power, Mr. McIntosh; Thomas Shard, Edward Palmer, William McLaughlin, Felix Carbury, James Marshall, Alexander Marshall, Mary McAlivay, James Johnson, William Kirk, Elizabeth Gregg, Mary Jefcote, Henry Ryan and Mary Ryan. July 17.—Sophia Jane, (steamer) from Newcastle July 20.—Betsey, (barque) London whaler, to refit, Petrie, master. July 17.—Sophia Jane, (steamer) from Newcastle July 20.—Lambton, (cutter) from Port Stephens. July 21.—W illiam the Fourth, (steamer) from           Port Macquarie.

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Van Dieman's Land News. TOTAL LOSS OF THE FEMALE CONVICT SHIP NEVA, IN BASS STRAITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 23 July 1835

TOTAL LOSS OF THE FEMALE CONVICT Si-IIhJ NEVA, IN BASS" STRAITS.. [FROM THE LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER, JULY 2] IT falls to our lot this week to record the most dis tressing case of shipwreck, and attended with a greater   sacrifice of human life, than has been recorded, to our knowledge, for many years past, in any part of the world- the total loss of the barque Neva, bound to Sydney with female convicts, from Cork; the third convict ship bound to the Australian colonies which   has been lost within two years; and far exceeding both the first lamentable occurrences in loss of life and destruction of property. The first of these wrecks was the female convict ship Amphitrite, off Bologne, in 1833, when 170 lives fell a sacrifice; the second, the unfortunate George the Third, lost at the entrance of D'Entrerasteaux' channel on the 12th of April last, with a loss of 134 lives ; whilst at the third, the present dreadful wreck, 224 lives have been lost. We have used ...

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DARING ROBBERY, AND ATTEMPT AT MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 23 July 1835

DARING ROBBERY, AND ATTEMPT AT MURDER. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] ON the night of the 16th instant, at Barnes' Inn, on the new line of road from Sydney, twenty- four miles on this side of Bathurst, Mr. Thom, a respectable emigrant settler, on his way to Syd- ney, lodged at Barnes' for the night. At a late hour a party of men came there demanding ad- mittance for rum; Mrs. Barnes saying she knew who they were, as they had been drinking there the evening before, ordered them off, declaring she wouldr not give them any. The men com- menced breaking the windows; Mrs. B. called to Mr. Thom, to take the gun; meantime three men burst the window frame, and entered the room. One of them, struck Mr. Thom a violent blow on the head, which felled him; they then   secured him and asked his name, he thinking they had heard Mrs. B. name him, did not reply. Shortly after he felt the muzzle of the gun which he had lost in the scuffle, pointed towards him, and was again asked his name; supp...

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TIDE TABLE &c. FOR SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 30 July 1835

TIDE.TABLE &c. FOR SYDNEY. - Days, IHigh Water. 17 Sun Agesf D MoRN. 'vEN. Rises. I Sets. lMoon, Thursday. 30 11 11 11 ,27 6 562 5 8 5 . Friday ..'31 11 45 0 0 6 51 .5 9, 6 SSatUrday...l: . 0 10' -0-36 6 51 '5' 9 '- 7 Sunday ... 2 1 6. 1.33.. 6 50.. 5 10,'.i 8 Monday..' ,3 2 0 2 28 6 49, .5 11 .9 Tuesday.. 4 2 59- :3 '32 6 48'" 5 12 .10 Wednesday 4- 5. 4 30 '6 47 5 " 13 I-11

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 30 July 1835

ARRIVALS. .. " July 25..-Maria (schooner), :Milne,. Hobart Town. Passe~ngeirs. - Mrs. 'Carroll, Mir. Brown, Mr.'C. "'Rse, Mri. R. Boyce,' Mr. P. C2onnor, Mrs. Reid,? Mr. Fogn, Mr.l Fogani, Mr, Dv?inport, and Mr. F: Wa{son .: . July ?.25.-Joseph Weller, (schooner), Camroux, New'Zealaid, Passenger.- iVr.Th6masGrey.' iily- 26:.Patriot, '(barque), Eastii'ore~iMadras, -SwaniRiver, and tKing 'George's 'ShoinJ' Pasengger. 1.V" r,.R -.- m all.. ,-. ... July 26.-.Mary, (brig),' Jacks;' ;Hobart Towrn. "Passengers.---Ir. "and. Mrs.s Camp?bell 'and 'child,; Mr. Clarence .Wylde,' Mr. Charles- Wylde, Mr. -John Wood, Mr. Charles.Wyllis, Mr. John:Stephen, Mr. arid Mrs. Carter, Mr. and' Mr. Carter, Junior; Thomas.. Green, ''Rich~ard Cummings, :Mr. James Snowdon,Mir. Johni Smith, Johii Bilser and Jemima Bell:L.. : . ' 'July. 26.--Jane' and Henry; '(sc nober)', Cobe New Zealand.. - ..... ;July.26.-?Sophia;:(steamer) N'evcastlei:: .·i';J·ly, G,`---amar (steanier).Newcastdc: N i I. July 26' -.-William. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 30 July 1835

o .ber"tnten-t Q4a tt-. SAME OF VLAND. 'On Wednesday the 11th day of. November next, at 11 o'clock A. .M., the' underinentidoed. ~i rtion of Land will be put up to Auction by the Collecture of Internal Revenue, m the Market Buildings, George Street, Sydney: Argyle.-3 Lots, measuring 1760 acres,? applied for by Henry Corban, F. N. Rossi, and F,4.: Murray.. Bathuirt.-1 Lot, 960 acres, by W. C. Went worth. Bligh.-4 Lots, 3240 acres, by N. S. Lawson and W. Lawson, sen., Brisbane.-3 Lots, 2136 acres, by Donald MIntyre. Cook.--l Lot, 50 acres, by Elizabeth Jurd.' Cturiberland.--7" Lots,. 130 acres , by Thoimas Stubbs; James Stafford, Solomon Wiseman, Williamr Webb, and John Robertson. . " . Durham.-1 Lot, 960 acres, by J. Jf Cory. Gebrgiana.-.-2 . Lots, 1900 acres, by William Shelly, and William Hunter. King.-=1 Lot, 50 acres, by Jolhn Malonay. Macquarie.-=1 Lot, 320. acres, by James M'Intyre. Murray.-17 Lots, 13,580 acres, by G.T., Palmer, Alexander Steel, Patrick :Dyce,. David M'Kellar,...

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TEMPERANCE. LECTURE II. [Substance of the Second Lecture delivered by the Rev. Mr. SAUNDERS, in the Australian School Society's Boys' School Hart's Buildings, Pitt Street, on the evening of Friday, the 3rd current.] [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 30 July 1835

TEMPEIERAN:C E.,. LECTURE ,I. [Substance of the Second Lectire delivered by the .Rev.: Mr. SA U NERS, in the:' Australian ::School Society's .JBoys' School, Hart's ?.Build ings, Pitt: Street, on the evening of= Friday, the 3rd current.] LAbis aiAND GENTLEMEN. In. advocating the1 claims; of the. British arid Foreign School on a 'late occasioni I' could announce that our Sove-. reign was our patron. So now I have the plea sure to state, that,' by' recent accounts frorn.: Great Britain,: riot' dly his majesty, but many,;. of the'nobility and 'lieads 'of government are fa vourable to' Temperance Societies. This must animate us' and lead: to the conclusion, that as the heads of-th"e' nation, in past time have been the unhappy promoters of intemperance, so our present rulers will diffuse- the prindiples of sobri ety "by 'a bright example. With these flattering auxiliaries at home, it is with very great pleasure we can refer to some few in Australia, who' have carried out 'the society's pr...

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THE MIDNIGHT SKIES. How eloquently shines the glowing Pole. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 30 July 1835

THE MIDNIGHT SKIES. ' [From the Belfast Commercial Chronicle.]:" How eloquently shines the glowing Pole. The midnight skies-the midnight skies- / 0 what a solemn grandeur lies Upon their brow's eternal height; And yet around them wreath'd t`TereReems~ A halo, brighter than the beams Caught from the smiles of life and light: The midnight skies-the midnight skies a Millions of ever-waking eyes Look through their silent starry bowers, Watching the wizard twin'of death Sleep dimly moving on the breath . Of mortals in this sphere of ours. The midnight' skies-the midnight skies In vain the Unbeliever tries To laugh their shadowy terrors off; For o'er his soul they cast a spell Of Godhead so ineffable As freezes on his lips the scoff ! We knew that God is every where Beyond the eastern ocean, there He girds the morn with wings of light-- i . I'e spreads upon.the sunny hour The dark pavrilion of his power, And then we say, behold.'tis night! But oh-'tis ih the skies alone 'The. skies of mid...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. Richmond, 28th July, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 30 July 1835

TO THE -EDITOR-OF THE COLONIST. Richmond, 28th July, 1835. Srn,--Having a short time since called, the at tention. of the 'public to my connexion with the Hawkesbury Benevolent Society, I must now beg your indulgence, while I attempt a short history of the very systematic proceedings of this most wonderfully conducted Society; first, on 'the 11th of this month I received from the President the usual invitation to attend at Windsor, as a member of the Committee, on the Monday following : this was the second invitation 1 had received within six weeks, to regulate very especial business. Being confined to.my room from ill health, I ventured to write to the Pre sident a note, addressed to the meeting, of which the following is a:copy:. TO THE ',PRESIDENT, &c.,. OF THE IIAWKESBURY' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. I3 ichmond, 13th July, 1835. Gentlemen,--I beg to acknowledge your invitation to attend a meeting of the Committee at Windsor this day, and regret that imy healtih prevents my hav i...

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Select Poetry. FIRST GIFT TO THE INDIANS AT ALBANY. ALBANY was first visited by it's discoverer, Captain Hudson, on the 19th September, 1609. The frank and generous natives, made his people every where welcome, and they in return, made their hearts gay with wine and aqua-vitae, till some became intoxicated, and greatly astonished the others.—Watson's Historic Tales of the Olden Time. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 30 July 1835

tetie t .Voetrpi. FIRST _ IFT. TO TH:E INDIANS: AT ALBANY. - [From the Albany Temperance Recorder.], :.. , :: ALAnyt wa. first. visite4 by. it's.discoverer; 'Captain Hld:. son,. ,ipn the 19th September, 1009. The frank and-, A ,genero?is natives, made hiis people every Where welcomei,;, . and they in return, made their hearts gay with wine n4'g" aqua-vitae, till some became intoxscated, and greatly.~ astonished the others.-Watson's .Hitoric Tales of the Olden Time.:. THEY come ! they come! the pallid- races The red men gather from the'chase, SFrom forest shade, and light canoe,, They throng that water-bird to view, Whose mighty wings that near the shore, Perchance, their great Manitto bore. Frank is their welcome to the :band, The ready smile-the open- hand, The pioffer'd fruits with gladness press'd, The purple plumb in downy vest, The clust'ring grape-the sheaf of gold, The untaught greeting, warm and bold.: But'by what gift, what token strong; Did Europe's sons renown'd in song M...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. July 24th, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 30 July 1835

TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. July 24th, 1835. Sri,--Having read over' your leading Articles of the 16th and 23rd of July, I beg leave to offer a few remarks thereon.; You inform us an Association has lately. been formed, calling themselves The 'Patriotic Asso ciation; such an association in my opinion should have been formed many years ago, if it had, we should now have been in the enjoyment of the hoon which that association is now endeavouring to get for the people, in that therefore which you in a measure condemn I really 'do admire viz. that a.Body of liberal. minded men have .uiited themselves together to obtain that which 'will be a blessing to the people, to me I care not what their principals are, whether, Whigs, or ,Radicals. Again you say in your. paper of the :16 Julr that Mr. Buhver is not.the man likely to obtain what we want on Account of his out an out pledge Radical, Now, Sir, in this I' beg leave to differ with you, Mr. Bulwer is a man ap pearently who wishes well...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. Richmond, July 23, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 30 July 1835

TO T.F. EDITORi OF, THIE COLONIT?T?rFS R ichmond, July 23, 13:?T3h, ; Siun,-Youi' inserting this letter in your vatluhil,: paper, wvill oblige Sir, your obedient Seraiait UEý7 ORtGE BOW-NI,ýi

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WEST INDIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 30 July 1835

WEST INDIES, JT -.aii[t'Paapers, of December .1st, have beeui received'. .fthe aCcounts from that Island"'are by no nieas favotirable. The.Executive andi;the Legisla ture ufie at open variance; and while the former coin plains of want co-operation froni. the latter. andTfromn the owners of property, the latter implihss that the' Governor wants vigour. Some of the J"amaica Papers use very strong language or the point, and openly accuse the Marquis of Silgo of delaying.to take" prompt and vigorous measures to destroy, hydra-headed rebellion in its infancy. They assert, on Nov. 28, that they-have heard that the negroes of two.estates in St. Ann's 'are in open rebellion, but' not a word to confirm so alarming a report appears in the papers down to December 1st, inclusive. There hoa lbeen a solemn inquiry before a Committee of the House of Representatives into the state of the isiand, and the Governor justly observes that the' character of that evidence is adrhitted to be contradictory. ...

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PETITION TO THE KING. TO THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY. MAY IT PLEASE YOUR MAJESTY, [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 30 July 1835

*' ETITION TO Ti E KING. S'ro THE 1(ING'S M0ST EXCELL'ENT: MAJESTY. ' M T'PLEASE :YOUR MAJESTY, SW; ' .,thie undersigned lMemibers of Council, Ma ,gistrates;: ,andholders, -Merchants,. and other i:: ree I:: nhabitants of the Colony of New South S{i"iWales,8 beg leave to .approach Your Mnijesty with feelirigs of ardent loyalty and of unfeigned at .tachmerit towards Your Mrijesty's Royal Person .an Government; assureld that everiin this remo test settlement of the - TY e, e,` Your Majesty's must dutiful subjects 'shall not' ail to participate u the .beneits of. Yoir 'Majesty's paternal :.:. ertaining stuch seitiments, and cherishing sucli hpes, we beg to. represent to Your Ma jesty, that the Colony of New South Wales, -which :: is originially establihhed fior'the coercion and re-; f 'r?frmation of British coinicts, in tie year 1788, S)has during the last seventeen years become the re sort of numerous free emigrants of idl.classes of ii..society from Great Britain and Ireinridl' throug...

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INDIAN OUTRAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 30 July 1835

,; the: .at INDIAN OUTRAGE. BY i he :last, St. Louis Republican, we "learn that tlhest'eamboat Warior has brought the.'-news at .St. Louis, from Prairie du Chien th'at the Indians had again been engaged` iri hostile acts, and: that 'they :portend" serious termination. The Sacs and- Foxes :tta'cke'd a'nd killed thre&dMenomonies; the murddiers w"ere given up to a detachment of United .StateS soldiers. ?Since' then another massacre has taken place by, a Sparty of the same tribe of Indians, about three miles ' a]bove tle Prairie, in which ten of the Winnebagoes: were killed, there being few others 'preserit but wo n, e`~rnid children at'the time. One Sac warrior lost his life by.a. boy ;of. fifteen years of age. ; A -detach' meat of the United States troops were immediately sent in. pursuit of the Sacs and Foxes, but without success. . ' =` , The Winnebagoes, 'it is-said, had determined upon' retaliation ,'and their, warriors were 'collecting for the purpose; the Sacs and Foxes ...

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FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 30 July 1835

FRIDAY, J.ULY. 24, 1835.. S. i'.,Counsi: met pursuant to.adjournment,.His ;:Excellency thie Governor took the chair. and laid Upon the table, A Bill for abating the nuisance occasioned by Dogs in the streets of the towns 'of .Sydney, Pan'ramatta, Liverpool, Windsor, Mulitland, and Bathurst; and on highways; 1 Bill read a first time ; to be printed, and read, a second time on Thursday next. ?. 'Stage Coach Bill ; further amended in Corn mktee, to be fairly transcribed, and presented to the Governor,' by the Chief Justice and At torney .General. ' . 3. Committee on Police-and Jails. The Co lonial Secretary. as chairman, brought up a provisional report on the proposed j;il:i for Syd ney and Parramatta; to be printed. 4. Committee on the petition respecting the port and pilotage, dues on vessels trading be tween New South Wales and Van Dieman's Land. The Colonial Secretary as chairman brought up the report; to be printed. 5. Estimates of expenditure for 1836; further consideration defer...

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Domestic Intelligence. VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, JULY, 23, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 30 July 1835

-VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. T'u RSDAY, JULY, 23, 1835. 1. COUNCIL met pursuant to adjournment,. is' Excellency the Governor in the chair. Bread Bill" presented to the Governor. as amended ; read a third time and passed. 2. Stage Coach Bill; further amended in SCommittee, to be again, considered to-morrow. Council adjourned at four o'clock,, until .to m?orrow at, twelve o'clock. ORDERS OF THE DAY. FnInAY, JuLY 24. 1. Stae Coach, Bill ; further consideration. 2. Estimates of Expenditure for 1836; furthe& :,consideration.

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English Extracts. DISSENTER'S MARRIAGES. HOUSE OF COMMONS, MARCH 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 30 July 1835

DISSENTER'S MARRIAGES. [FROM BELL'S NEW WEEKLY MESSENGER.] HousE oF CoMMleoNs, MARcH 17. TImn Chancellor of the Exchequer rose to address the House. The object of the motion which he should submit was to provide relief in regard to the celebra tion of the-ceremony of marriage to those Dissenters ol:1 the Church of England who objected to having the ceremony of marriage perfomed as at present re quired, according to the rites and ordinances' of the Established Church. Now, he would say that if the scruples of the Dissenters were really sincere, that no one could deny, not only the justice, but the policy of affording them the relief which they required. The Right Hon. Baronet, after explain ing the errors of Lord John Russell's Bill of last 'Session, referred to tvo modes in which' it had' been proposed that relief should' be given to the Dissenters -the first was by an alteration in' the marriage ceremony; the second, the mode adopted by the Noble Lord in his Bill, which' was, that ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. Sydney, July 22, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 30 July 1835

TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST. Sydney, July 22, 1835:.;:':'! Srn,--Having just returned from hearing a lec?-:: ture at the School of Arts, on :the,..subject,;of, :.4 temperance,. I ca tinot refrain from troubling you with a few observations. The lecturer declared : his opinion, that. the general encouragement of balls, theatrical performances, and other ininocent. diversions,, including, no doubt, horse-racing, cock-fighting, bull-baiting, and of course, the delighttifl amusement of th?e prize ring, would Sdo. more for the promotion of temperance, than could be efii cted by the united exertions of Tem-' perance Societies! He admitted, however, that if the accounts given in tme reports were true, usi every body knew how people in tlieir zeal wvill exaggerate; Temperance Societies liad :iccom plished something, in America, such as ,the ' putting clown of two thousand (I think he said), distilleries,&c. -That the utmost extension of" public amuse ments would, tend to promote te...

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