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STOCK-JOBBING. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 September 1835

STOCK-JOBBING. JBY A COBRESEONDENT.] V4iabos, :and, as we think, unmerited, reflec tions have recently been cast upon the Colonial Execu tive for their interference on a'late occasion in this department of the public service. In our opinion, the Government deserve no small credit for what appears to a portion of the public, both in and out of the. printing-offices of the colony, deserving only of reprehension. Every person knows that stock of allhkinds has of late risen to an exorbitant amount in all parts of the interior.. Now, in'such circumstances, is it not the bounden 'duty: of a'paternal Government to do everything in their power to lower every description of stock in an over-grown capital like this? We think it is. Bank-Stock, indeed, is beyond the controul of the Government, as it belongs exclusively to private and chartered companies; and whether it is an indication of our prosperity or not, for (" doctors disagree" on this point as well as oa every other,) it is at least c...

Publication Title: Colonist, The
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[MONDAY, AUGUST 31.] Before Messrs. Wilson, Windeyer, and Stewart, Police Magistrates, and Messrs, Sparke, M'Leod, Lamb, Semphill, Bingle, and Manning, J. P.'s William Watt again placed at the bar. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 September 1835

[MONDAY, AUGUST 31.] Before Messrs. Wilson, Windeyer, and Stewart, Po-       lice Magistrates, and Messrs., Sparke, McLeod, Lamb, Semphill, Bingle, and Manning, J. P.'s   William Watt again placed at the bar.   Mr Lamb. Colonel Wilson, I have to request that you, as chairman, will endeavour to maintain that order in this court, which ought to be maintained in a court of justice. On preceding days, we have been annoyed by the, constant expression of the feelings of the crowd, and whatever these expressions may be, whether they are expressions of applause or disaprobation, they are equally unbecoming the decorum which ought to characterise a court of jus- tice and if such noises are again allowed to be made in court, I shall feel myself under the necessity of moving that this case be conducted with closed doors. I have also to request,that the prisoner who com-     plained of fatigue on the last...

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THE LATE DEPUTY COMMISSARY-GENERAL LAIDLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 September 1835

THE LATE DEPUTY COMMISSARY GENERAL LAIDLEY. Our notice of the death of this lamented public officer, has, we are sorry to find, from entire mis- apprehension both of its spirit and its object, given offence in various quarters. If this feeling had been confined to The Sydney Gazette corps and their "Faithfully yours, &c." correspondents, or if it had evinced itself merely in the mawkish, milk-and-water morality of The Australian, we should have taken-no notice of it whatever. But to those of our readers who have taken an oppor- tunity to mention, the matter to us in a different and better spirit, we owe an explanation, and we shall most willingly give it. We beg then to inform our readers that al- though we had never had much personal inter- course with the deceased, the little we had had was uniformly of the most friendly description; and when we stated, therefore, that he had died much and universally regretted, we expressed, our own private opinion, as well as that of the...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 September 1835

ttiyptig Et teItigetice. S ARRIVALS. . September. 3. - Canton (ship), Porter,- from Plymouth with 233 female. emigrants. September 4.--Success (schooner) from New: castle. September 6.--Mary (barque), Askew, from Lon-. don, with 177 female prisoners and one child, sur geon superintendent,.Dr. Inches, R.N. September 6.--Edward (schooner), Pulman, from Launceston. Passengers - Mr. R. Condi, 'Mrs. Pashley, and five children, and Mtr. Robinson. September 7.--MIedway (ship),.Wright, from Lon don via. -Hobart. Town. Passengers-Mr. Jones, Mr. J. Kenlock, Madame Rens, Miss Rens, Miss Smith, Miss .Dixon,.Mrs. Blackbane, Captain Rox- burgh (late of the Enchantress), Mr. E. Rand, Bryan M'Ewin, Mrs. Buchanan. and four children, W. Ford, and J. Johnstone. September 8.-Carrington (new schooner), froni William's River. S DEPARTURES. , September' 4.-Siren (brig), Munro, on a speculative trip; 'passengers, Mr. Tomlins and Mrs. Waples. • September. 4.-,-Adelaide (schooner), Wishart ; passen gersl; Mr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 September 1835

ELEGANT MILR.KNE VZlXAA. ,M R. MANSFIELD is instructed to offer for "-.Sale, by private contract, the highly pic ,; turesque 'estate of BIRCH GROVE together .'with the elegant and substantial stone i::dwelling-house thereon erected. S BIRC1I GROVE is seated on the margin ofthe SParramatta 'River, within about two miles of Sydney, being also of easy access by land, and commanding !.an extensive and highly diversified view of the. ilarbour and surrounding country There is an orchard of many years standing, con 'sisting of some of the choicest fruit trees in the Colony. The Dwelling-house and Offices comprise every convenience for a-respectable Family. , Mr. M. is anthorised to treat on the most liberal terms of credit. Further particulars may be: learnt t Mr. l ansfield's Office, where :plans of: the estate may be seen. 3, Wentworth Place, August 27, 1835. : :::: A YOUNG LADY, who has just arrived as a Cabin Passenger frome England, is desirous of accepting an engagement as a Preparat...

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Robart Town News. MODERN ROBINSON CRUSOE, AT PORT PHILIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 10 September 1835

:.MODERN ROBINSON CRUSOE, AT PORT PHILIP. [from THE. COLONIAL TIMES.]   A most extraordinary discovery has taken place at Port Philip. 'Some of Mr. Bateman's' men were, one fine morning, much frightened at the approach of a white man,'of immense size, covered with an enor mous opossum skin rug, and his hair and beard?spread out as large as a bushel measure; he advanceti with a number of spears in one hand, and a wvaddy in'the other. The first impression of Mr. Bateman's men was, that the giant would put one of them under each arin, and walk away with them. The mah, showing signs of peace, their fear subsided, and'they spoke to him. At first he could not understand one W?ord that was said, and it took a few days'before he could nmake them understand who he was, and what he had been. His story is very remarkable.'This:man's nanieis -Wil liam Buckley; he was -formerly a private in the 4th, or King's Own, he was transported to New South Wales, and accompanied Governor Colli...

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 September 1835

PROJECTED DEPARTURES. Woodlark and Earl.:Stanhope, for the Spern Fishery, this day ; Goveriior Phillip, for Norfolk~..,:. Island, to-morrow ;.. William Bryan, for London, . and John Denniston, for Launceston, the 20tb inst. ar nm a n a• a•ail~ N • •na ma ., ."?:?

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 September 1835

Septenber'.O-Sophia Jane and Tamar (ste?? . ers), for,Newcastle. September. 13.-Andromheda: (brig), fGa"? # ? London; passengers, Captain. Peck; Mr Parriot and Miss Brown. September .14.-New York , Packet ',,Lbarqne). ta42 * Gregory, for Timor. ? September. 14.-Sophia Jane, and Tamzar (steam ' ers), for Newcastle.

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GREAT BRITAIN. BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 September 1835

..GOR.ET. SR TAzNU . BRITISH .AND. FOREI GN . BLE SOCIETY. THE, thirty-first' Anniversary, Meeting of{' thii Society was held on Wednesday, May 6,'at thl Great Room, of Exeter `.Hall, and 'wvas most ,numerously attended. .. SLord, Bexley opened the business of the day; by addressing the Meeting, ;and was; followed, after the reading-of 'the Report, by! Lord' Teign mouth, the Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, the Right Rev. Dr.:M'Ilvaine (Bishbp of Ohio,) the Rev. Archdeacon Corrie, thi Rev. Dr. Spring, and the Rev. J. Leifchild... The 'only speech, however, for which 'we.cri find room, is that of the Rev..W. Yate, the zealous Missionary to New Zealand, :.with; whom, aid. with'. whose inde fatigable and successful exertions, .many of our readers, are at least partially acquainted,. .The Rev. W. Yate of. the Church Missionary Society, aftei moving.'a 1esolutibn of'thanks to the President, &c., obServed :- ' .That if:he had a company. of his New Zealanders before hiii, equal 'i...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 September 1835

*Lipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS.. September10.-Caroliiie (schooner), fromFL ?L?y ? River. September '12'. William the Fourth: (steamer),.. from Port Macquarie., September 12.-Dart (brig),: from Newcastle.i: Septemberl2.-Sophia Jane and Tamar(steamers),:ý from Newcastle. September 12.-Oriental (ship), Allen; from Li' verpool in April, via Hobart Town. Passenger--i The Rev. Dr. Paulding,. Roman Catholic Bishop,.: ":: the Rev. Messrsr Spencer, Corcoran and Gregory,? Roman Catholic Priests, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis, Lieutenant Caswell R. N., Mr. Flowers, Mr. J. Smith, J. Gor- man, Michael Davey, Caroline Al'Candlish, E. Cuffee, and J. Stewart September 13-Tim (brig);, WilliHms, fromiBos: ton,.May 13;h. September 14.-Venus (ciutter), from Illawarra.-; ?'? September 16.-Maria (brigantine),' Milne, -fr??Ii :::: Hobart Town. : .

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PRICE OF BANK AND OTHER SHARES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 September 1835

PROC E.O Or AWE AND OTZrL SH f S. S A. . DESCtRI1 PAID TO .IVIDLND t. / ,.CAPITAL. TION OF 30N?O,' PR .MIU). :__ ,,___,__..._,_ _ :__ .. HARS . I 30 .NB, Rate per ain. :' Payable: yi_. According r. :; Bank of New South Wales.......... 150,000 £100 £70,000 A to the sm n 21 per:ent Jan. and Jiul - Australia, :... .:............ ~.220,000 r 100 70,000 a ptld upon 24 , ,, Commercial Banking Company,of.Sydney 800,000 100 57,000 c the several ( 15 , , Bgthurst.Bank.......... ......... 10,000 10 ' 5000 . shares J . Australian Agricultural Company ..... .1,000,000 100 240,000 ?14 First, lOs0 de clared in Londo -- Steam Conveyance (Uompany 2 .,000 .5 2,000 - -----Marine ,Assurance Company 140,000 100 14,000 3'0 percetit. 14 '' . '??;an?? ?'' ------ Flour Company '1.... 0,000. 5 3,000 17 ,,. A :May be paid in full. . i B Voluntary payments Of 81 15a-per. share (to equalize sharesto 3B04. 401 or 501.), allowed to be made till. 31stiQ Decenmber next. , o May be paid in full. . L/ , 1-?'' " " / ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 September 1835

;TO CORRESPONDENTS. F. C. has been received; but we have not had'time to read his letter yet. It will probably appear in our next. ' .` iWe feel obliged to Frugality for his friendly bommunica tion respecting the motives and characters of the. indivi dutalsa who have endeavoured to "raise the hue and cry against us for our article respecting the late Mr. Laid ley, but we do not consider that its insertion would be for general edification. . Our other,Correspondents must bide a wee.

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SATURDAY AFTERNOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 September 1835

SATURDAY 'AFTERNOON. BY.WILLIS,AN AMERICAN POET. 1: I `LOVE to" look on a scene like this, Of wild" and careless play, And persuademyself that I am not old, or And my locks are not yet grey.. SFor itstirs the blood in an old man's heart, And it makes his pulses fly, To catch thle,thrill of.a happy voice And the light of a pleasant eye.. ,I have walk'd the wotld for fourscore years And they say that l ani old, - .And my heart is ripe-for the reaper Death; S 'And my years are well nigh told. . It is very true, it is very true.' :I'm old, and"'! I'bide myitime;" : • .Buit my heart:will leap at;a scene like this,: Snd I'half renew my prime. 'Play iplay on, I am with ypuithi-e, . In themidsit of your merry ring; . I feel the thrill of the daring jump,: ' Aind the rish of thd'reatbless swing; :i hide witli you in'the' fragrant hay, And I'whoop'le srisother'd'call; And my feettslip up on the reedy floor, ." `And I.care, not for: the fall. -I'm willing to die'when my time shalle come, ' And...

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Select Poetry. THE GRAVE OF THE INDIAN CHIEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 September 1835

040 'THE GRAVE OF THE INDIANi, CHIEF. PilYERCIVAL, AN AMERICAN POET `. it itE laid the corse of the wild and brave, '~On the sweet fresh earth of the new dug grave, On' the gentle hill; where wild weeds waved, And flowers and grassWere: flouris? .. SThey laid withi tile peacefulbed;. e :d, ...Clo.sej.jjihe.?lindian Chieftain's head His .bow and arrows ; and they said . rhat lie" had found new hunting grounds, {Where beauteous nature only tills i :Th : illing soil; and where o'er hills nilnd down beside the shady rills -: =? Thye hero roams eternally. .And these fair isles to the westward lie . Beneath a golden sunset sky, , N. Where-youth and beauty never die, And song and dance move endlessly.i,:':; o : They told of the feats of hlisdog aind sun ;?:" They told of the deeds his arm had done . :They sung of battles lost and woh,.' : ?;:,:. And so they paid his eulogy. , And o'er his armis, and o er his bones, They raised a simple .pile of stones, Which; hallow'd by their tears and mo...

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TIDE TABLE &c. FOR SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 September 1835

TIDE TABLE &c. FOR SYDNEY. Day. High WVater. Sun Age of Ms. . I EVEN. Rises. I "Set. Moon. Thursday . 17 3 33 4 5 6 6 5 54 25 Friday .. 18 4 36 5 8 6 .5 5 55 26e Saturday.. 19 5 40 6 14 6 4 5 56 -27 Sunday .. 20 " 6 46 7 20 6 3 5 57 28 Monday;.. 21 7 41 8 0 6 5 5 58 29 .Tnesday...ý,22. 8, 5 8 35 6 1 6 50 30 :Weddnesdly23,..8 40 8 54 6 0 6 0 1o C. ... . · 6

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Original Correspondence. DIALOGUES OF THE DAY. No. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 September 1835

Q vtuiitr Q1orre sponti cter. DIALOGUES OF THE DAY. No. I. / 4:Do you not think there is something ''very unhealthy in the tone of the public mind, and in the existing state, of society ? B. Undoubtedly so--the colony seems split into divisions, and party-spirit is infusing its baneful and venomous influence into all the re lations of public and private life, with more virulence and malignity than ever; theoe is not a question propounded affecting the general irn terest of the public; not an institution fordmed for the. benefit ofthe community, but is nullified and rendered nugatory through the spleen of party, and the factious opposition of interested indi viduials,;. in truth, the whole framework of society seems to me to be. in a totally disorganised state, and in a' moral point, of view, we are indubitably rather retrograding than progressing. A. 'An'd yet in all other respects the colony is rapidly improving; our revenues.. are increasing' in an, almost geometrical 'ratio " oui...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 September 1835

MARRIAGES. On the 12th inst. by special license, Edward, son of the late Dr. Halloran, to Mary Wanostrocht, daughter of J. M. Wilson, Esq., of the Commissariat. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Doctor Lang. On Wednesday the 16th instant, at St. Phillip's Church, Sydney, by the Rev. Samuel Marsden,   Senior Chaplain of the Colony, Robert, second son of Robert Campbell, Esq., M. C., to Anne Sophia, eldest daughter of the late Edward Riley, Esq.

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Religious Intelligence. NEW SOUTH WALES. THE NEW PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 September 1835

..WEW SOUTH WA.ES. THE NEW PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. TIIE newly erected Presbyterian or Scote Church, for the Southern division of the town of Sydney, was opened for Divine service, on Sabbath last, by the Rev. John M'Garvie, A.M., who delivered an eloquent discourse to a numerous and respec table congregation from II. Sam. vii. 29. There tore now let it please thee to bless the house of thy servant, that it. may continue for ever befbre .thee; for thou, O Lord God, hast .spoken' it: and with thy blessing let the house of thy servant. be blessed for ever. The first'part of the discourse was occupied in pointing. out the; circumstances which rendered the blessing solicited by the, patriarch' David remarkable; and the second in considering the 'blessing itself; and it concluded with 'a pane gyric on Religious. Establishments, 'and especi ally on the Church of, Scotland,-describing the nature, objects,, and advantages, of a Religious Establishment, and" giving an outline of the Pres-' byter...

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Literature and Science. SMALL-POX. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 September 1835

Uttevature autb i c it it cc , SMALL-POX. [ROM ALFA'N DjaR MACAULAY'S'MEDICAL DICTIONARY.] T1 he uinlvrsality of small-pox, and the sev;eiity of its symptoms; rendered it formerly an object of extreme interest, especially to parents ; and although froni the discovery of cow-pox, its ravages on life and beauty: ;have been less general and.fatal, it must still remain a matter of importance accurately' todistinguish and successfully to treat it. - :It is unnecessary to enter here into the'questioni whether the disease was known to the ancients, or iwhether'it first made its appearance- among.the.Ara bians. Some plausible reasons have been adduced to Sshow that the ancients did know it:.' While, on the other hand, we cannot but think, that a disease which enters much into the personal and doiiestic history of every individual, which fills, every parent 'with anxiety either for the life or beauty of his offspring, would have found its way into popular language, and ;into the Writings.of ...

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Domestic Intelligence. MAJOR MITCHELL'S EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Colonist — 17 September 1835

'iMAJOR,. MITCHLL'S EXPEDITION. 1.YAJOiI'MX TCh-.IL is reported ,to have been on his i:etuirnrto the Colony by way of Bathurst;, hav ing expeiieiibed;great' hardships arid..privations in the interior. The result of the'expedition, iii regard to geographical discovery, has not yet transpired; but the distressing intelligence 'has reached, town 'of. the 10oss iof Athe :Colonial. Botanist, Mr.-Cun ninghams 4who, 'it'would' appear, had wandered from the t party,.~ and, had either ibeen-.killed .by. the nnatives or 'l6st "his way !andd perished' of hunger in the. bush." 'We are 'decidedly 'of.opi nion that the best mode:'oftasoertaining the cha-' 'racter and cipabilitie$ of the interior, would be by a;series. of expeditioiis ,along the coast, tb ascenid a'iy riavigable "stteams thikt might:be; discovered, or to penetrate into the interior in any other prac ticable way. The whole history of the Murray and its tributary streams might have been ascer tained in this way, at comparatively sma...

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