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Law Intelligence. SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 October 1838

Law Intelligence. SUPnRlUM COURT-CIVIL SIDE. Before their Honors the Judges, in Banco; Sa turday. October 13th. Jackson v. Kell..-A verdict of one sltilling was given in this case. which was tried by Assessors by direction of the Judge (Willis) who tried it. M1r. Windeyer now applied to the court for a rule to set aside the verdict, on the ground, that Mr. &Beckett, who appeared at the trial fur the plaintiff, had pro duced a letter which he stated he had received from the defendant consentingto the verdict.. Mr. Windeyer contended that Mr. ABeckett should nAt have received the letter, and that the letter should not have been received in evidence from the de fendant unless coming through his counsel. Mr. Justice Willis said, that Mr. £Beckett having stated to the: Court what he did, and Mr. Windeyer who was probably tngagcd talking to his client, having made no objection at the time, he took it for granted, that thr. statement was acquiesced in, and accordingly had directed ...

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Police News. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 October 1838

Police News. FnRIAY, OcToBER 12Txe. On Friday, the man Foster alias Frost, who has been in custody some days on a charge of embezzle menlt. was placed at the bar of the Police Office. Mr. John Jones, store keeper, residing at Penrith. stated that the prisoner had been in his employ went as Storekeeper, and that on the 25th Junle he absconaed, having previously robbed him, and also embezzled money which he lhad received upon hlisaccount. He had obtained a warrant against him from the Penrith Bench, and prisoner was np prehended at the Cowpastures, but effected his es cape from the constable. The Benlch remanded the prisoner to Penrith. A man named TJames Hackett, was charged by the landlord of the i, Red Cow," named Connolly, with stealing his watch. Connelly however, stated, that lie had-boen so - mystified" the previous eve. ning, lie had not a clear recollection of what had occurred. ie .knew that he had lost his watch, but did not think Hackett would be guilty of steal ing it; as...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 October 1838

Abstract of Sales by Auction. Tills DAY. SIMMONS I. & CO., at Rooms, at 11 o'Clock, Cut Glass, Platedware. IIEUBIEWVIIITE, W. at Rooms, at lo'Clock, Colonial salted Beef, Saddlery, Merchandise, &c. SMART, T. W, at Rooms, at 12 o'Clock, Silver. plate, Platedware, Teas, China Goods. TO-MORROW. SMART, T. W. at Gross' Wharf, Dantzie Deal ends, Hlattanc, &c., Oil, Trypots, Machinery, and a variety of Merchandise. WILSON, J. T. at Rooms, Land at Middle Har. bour, Hunter's River; and at 12 o'Clock, Lnnd on Bathurst-Road, Cottage on Surry.Hills, Cattle, &C. TO ENGINEERS, W ANTED an ENGINEER, to take charge of a condensing Steam Engine and Machi nery, now at work. An Emigran't and one who has been accustomed to Sawmills would be pre ferred. Apply to KIRK & SON, Wharf, Sussex-street. REGISTRY OFFICE --GEORGE-STREET. T BRENNAND begs to inform the Public, * that he has now on his Books a number of Domestic Servants, both Male and Female, and parties wishi...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. SPECIAL JURY CASES FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 October 1838

NIEWS OF THE .DAY. SPECIAL JURY CASES FOR TRIAL. OCTOBER 15 -Ryan v. Wilson ; Josephson v. Cavenaith (settled); Josephson v. Fulsan (likely to be settled) ; Hall a. M* J'Kachern. Ocraesa 16 -Bland, 'T'ety and others; Keys a. Qu.,id M*Donttall V. Jones ; Toothli.Hirst. OcrT.nRa 17.-Hyland v. Ilirst; T'lrhom Hunt and others; Q.ueen a Itonetta Terry and othlrs; Executors of Terry v. Hughes. ISr -Buckle and others v. Murray ; Davies v. O'Ferrall ; Tucker v. O'Ferrall ; Manning and others v. Grose. 22cnn-Girard v. Searle; W'eston v. I-Iindmarsh;, Sherwin v. Kenr.y. THutrr-A mace was seen intoxicated in M'Laugh lan's public-house in York st. on Wedaesday.flash ing. as the term is, a bundle of notes. He was advised to give his money, amounting to between sixteen or seventeen pounds, to Mr. M'Laughlan, to take care of. This, however, lie declihed, observing, that he could "Ltake care of his ownl money himself." He then crossed over the way, and was observed by Mr. M'L. to stagger about with...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 October 1838

LARGE FE-ET.--Forterly lar.e feet were auch udmnired in France, atld the leugth it the shoe, prrticularly in the fourtet nth .entury. wa, a mark of distinction. The ,hoes of a prince were two feet and a half long; those of a baron two feet; and those of a simple knight one foot aud a half. FossiL FOREST -At more than 100 feet below the surface, a species of forest has been found at St. Valery ; in it are vines, the bones of oxen, and antlers of deer. It is in such good preservation, that the wal nuts are on the breanLhes of the trees. M'Iav&a's GrN.-This curious natural phenomenon occurs on the coast of Don egall. It is caused by a horizontal cavern running for many yards under the rliff. whence a perpendicular shaft rises to the surface, and this is called M Irvine's Gun. 'This particular point lies open to the north. west, and when the tempest sets in front that quaarter, the stormn forces the sea with treamendous power into the cavern, and whenever the gale is most fitful...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 October 1838

Died. On Saturday last, the 6th instant, at the Military Hosp- tal, Prince-street, Rocks, James Helling, belonging to H. M. Ship Conway, after a severe illness of 3 weeks. George Robert, the infant son of George Robert Nich- ols, Esq., of Kent-street, Sydney.

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MARKETS. SYDNEY, 12th October, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 October 1838

1MYARKf ET S. SYDNEY, 12th October, 1838. There was but an indifferent supply generally, which may be attributed to the drought of the season ; neither wheat,flour, nor bread has un dergone any alteration since the late rise, maize is inclined to advance and holders are firm; oats and barley are nominal ; vegetables have not experien ced any material alteration, but without early rain, they must become scarce ; potatoes remain reason. able owing to large importations from the south. ward; fruits this season are scarce, save oranges ; dairy produce still advancing. 5S. was demanded for fresh butter, and of that there was a very limit ed supply. Cheese has also taken a rise.--Pusltry stationary. Butchers' meat has advanced a trifle. Mutton hs, s. hecome very scarce. Park has fallen to 7d, which,when other meat is risingis unaccount. able. Hay and straw are becouing excessively dear. GRA1,.--Wheat (Colonial) fis per bushel--Ho. beart TowsI ditto 7s-.Maize 3s to 3s 3d-Oats (seed) 5s--Ho...

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 October 1838

PROJEC'I'ED DEPARTTLrHES. The Juno for the whale fishery the 16th inst, the Magnet .for New Zealand the 17th-Bee for HobartTown 18th- Camden for South Sea Islands 21st-John Perie for South Australia, Skerne for New Zealand, Henry Porchier for Java and the Guiana for whale fishery on the 21st. The report daily brought from the Quarantine Ground of the state of the sick belonging to the It llieria Rogers, is very discouraging. The fever far trom sluckening since the passengers were landed, has gained ground-eight or ten persons have died; the master of the vessel is very unwell,. andl his son, a fine lad of ten years of age, was comn pelled to be landed and placed in the hospital, on Friday, very Ill. Three of the crew are also ill. The Boat recently sunk belonging to the Govern ment, we hear Is likely to be recovered by the cut ter Prince George. The Bromley hai had a very long passage :from Launceston, having been for the last eight or ten days nearly within sight of the Heads-the m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 October 1838

For Freiqht or Charter, T HE first-class British-built .k Ship " PARLAND,' 480 tones Register, three yeas old, Robert Tent, Coinmander, is now ready to proceed on any Vae. Apply to S GILtIRIST & ALEXANDER, No. 1. George-treet. FOR PORT PHILLIP & SOUTH AUSTRALIA Positively on Monday, the 15th instant, TI/ HE Fine First-class bark. .I "REGI A,"' Johnstone, Master, has room for a few tons more freight, early application is necessary. For Freight or Passage, apply to ISAAC SIMMONS; or, the Captain on board, lying at Moore's Wharf. FOR 'IOBART TOWN. T HE Fwine fast-sailing brig J. J. . Hnter master, will posi lively ,all on Sunday next the 14th instant, having the greater part of her cargo engaged. For freight or Passage, having superior accommodations for Passengers, apply to the Master on board; or, to D. EGAN, Hobert Town and Launceston Packet. Office. Sydney, 8th October, 1838, Lower Georgeust. SALES BY AUCTION. Splendid Toned Piano Forte. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY A....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 October 1838

SALES BY AUCTION. POSTPONEMENT OF 3II1DDLE HARBOUR SALES. J T. T"WILSON begs to apoligise tothe Gen e tlemen, who honored him with their atten dance this morning to purchase the above valuable Property, but in -consequence of Jis attendance at -the Offices of the'Suprpme Court, it was entirely impossible for him to sell at the time appointed, he 'therefore, respectfully, solicits their attendance on. Tuesday next, the I6th instant, when he intends to .offer the above Land 'to public competition. October 9, 1838. MI?DDLE HARBOUR. J. T. WILSON Announces, that he has been honored with instruc tions from the Proprietor, to submit to PUBLIC COM PETITION, at .his extensive Stale Rooms, No'74, George-stweet. "TO-MORROW, Tuesday, 16th October, at 'half past Eleven for Twelve otclock precisely, the .under-mentioned .VAL.UABLE LAND, C.'ONSISTING of Four Allotments at the MJIDDLE 'HARBOUR, PORT JACKSON, and surrounded by the valuable properties of J. "Terry Hughes, S. Lyons, and J. Newton, Esq...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 October 1838

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Our Corespondent at Yass ill find his last communit Sations in this day's Journal. If be sent one giving any account of the murder of Mr. Nichols's men, it was mot received, and we hope he will make due enquiries at the Post Office as to the probable cause of the mis-car riage. " A Lover of Jostles" is receved :but general prinel. ples not being. proved by single instances, we defer his letter until he produces a list of sentences in the present or former Courts of Quarter Sessions, shewing the sever Ity of the sentences in free cases, and their lenuty in con vict cases. The case he adduces was noticed by us at the time as being too lenient. But' individual cases do not make out general propositions. Mr. S., of Parramatta will accept our thanks for making his complaint of the irregular delivery of the Moniter. It shall be remedied. A Supplement is published withi this day's NAro.

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Yass. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 October 1838

Yass. FIRST OCTOBER, .1838.-We have had no rain since I last wrote; high winds from the southward and westward prevail, which renders the roads almost impassable owing to the clouds of dust, and which injures the eyes, the soil being chiefly a de- composed granite. The weather has been, for this time of the year unusually warm ; although one or two showers of hail fell in the early part of last month The sheep are recoverihg. rapidly; and few. if any deaths now occur, except it is through absolute ex hanstion, for want of pastitrageamnd good water. TmaIRD ICTonaER, 1838.-The Ewes are dropping their lambs velyt y fst; and in 12 cases out of 20, they immed arely forsake their young, not having sufficient milk to nourish them. It is useless to make any euman ks abnut the' crops-they areas they were, IIo improvement and there will not be any wheat, wirth the expense of reaping, up here.P ro ptietors of grazilg eitarlishlments will lie obliged to pnrcliase wheat or flour, either at Sydne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 October 1838

TO JOUR %YjIEN TAILORS. AN'TI'ED." "' . Journeymen Tailors, to AN r. Dickm 's establishmlent, W PWoce..latnd. Persons wviling to engage, t West aprodule _.onil of ability, honesty, andt so?ity.- For urther particulars, apply to the undersigned. J. G. MAELZER, Tailor and Draper, George strcet, next to the : I aunk'of Australasin. t october l, 1diS. FOR SALE, BY TIE. JUNDEtSIGNIED, H M P At rG N E, in three dozen cases t C .Marsala Wine, in Hogsheads and Quarter f Casks. Rum, in puncheo's and Hogsheads Claret of sperior quality, in hogsheads. LAMB & PARBURY, Darling Harbour. REIMOVAL. J. LOVBCRAFT, Tailor, Draper, &c. EGS'to inform his Friends and the Public B generally, that he has removed three doors romhis teresidence,to T~erry's Buildin-s. Pitt freet, opposite Bossley's, Chemist, where lie hopes to experience a continuation of those favours he has hithertoreceived. A CARD. MANHIEIM BROWN, Tailor, Draper, and Hatter N o. 8, Geor.qe Street, OPPOSITE THE COMMERCIAL BA...

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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 15, 1838. Nothing extenuate, nor ought set down in malice.—SHAKESPEARE. Canada. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 October 1838

SYDNEY MONITOR S COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBEIr]5, 1838. ~-i --- , Nthingi extenuate, noroaugjt ast down in maliee.-SuaAg- . EPZARZ. Canada. .ATE' accounts from England inform us, that !, Colonel Arthur is busily employed in stringing~up the'Canadians, and thereby fulfilling the valuable puropose of his particular appointment. Ten years sharp practice at the tight rope was, nh doubt, a powerful recommendation of the Colonel to Minis ters, whose business, just then, required the services of a man of Sir George's kidney It is not. how.. ever, -with His Excellency Governor Sir George Arthur that we have. at present. to do, and any attempt to communicate a deeper shade to his elha racter, would, by most of our readers, not only be tlhought superfluous. but as not likely to be remark. ably successful. It is not to the executioner, but to the sh?riff;-not to the miserable scene shliffer, but to the manage, ; not-to the Canadian Executive, but to t he Home Government tllhat...

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Legislative Council. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 October 1838

Legislative Council. PFRDAY, OcToanit, 12. Present, the Governor, the Chief Justice, the Lord Bishop, the Colonial Secretary, the Attorney General, Colonel Gibbs, Messrs Lithgow, Camp bell, Berry, Jones, Macarthur, and Sir John Jamison. Immo55oRtATION COMMITTEE.-The Lord Bishop, as chairman of this Committee, brought up the re port, and laid upon the table the minutes of the evi dence taken before the Committee, both of which were ordered to be printed: AnDRIGINES' COMMITTEr.-The Bishop as chairman, likewise, of this Committee, brought up the report and laid upon the table, the evidence taken before the Committee. - Ordered to be printed. MR. T'HOMAS WALkcR -Mr. Jones presented to the Councila petition from this gentleman, con taining some grounds of complaint against the members of the Committee on Immigration. Mr Jones having stated that the lantguage made use of by Mr. Walker, was such as hlie would not have recommended him to have adopted. The Council declined to hear or receive...

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English Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 October 1838

English Extracts. T?s NATIONAL SYST?eM OF EDUCATION. I -The Bishop of Exeter takes comfort to c himself for the scornful way in which his c resolutions agains' the national system of education were scouted, in the declaration I of the Duke of Wellington, that "' as at system of joint education it had decidedly faded." I he fact is uot so, as universally e as his lordship, with his strong prepos- t sessions against the system, might con scientiously desire; for in many places it has succeeded well ; and every where it c is making a manifest progress in the good opini in of all denominations of the Irish e people. But it is most true, that the sys tem has not succeeded generally, as the commissioners and the public had a right I to expect that it would ; fur the schools t are not attended by Protestant children as e numerously as they might. But can this t result be justly termed a decided failure of t the system ? Clearly not. Had a fair trial, I indeed, been allowed, it might be dee...

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Immigration. [We recommend the following little work to the perusal of our readers.—ED. SYD. MON.] THREE YEARS' PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE OF A SETTLER IN NEW SOUTH WALES; being Extracts from Letters to his Friends in Edinburgh, from 1834 to 1837; with a Preface by the Editor, and an Appendix containing Notes and Information for all classes of intending Emigrants, from the latest authorities and authentic Documents. Second Edition, with a map. Edinburgh, 1838. Sydney, 25th June, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 October 1838

SImmigration. [lre recommend the following little work to the berusal of our readers.-ED. SYD. MoN.] E YEARS' PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE OF TRSETTLER IN NEW SOUTH tVALEI; being EITAI"cthlor Letters toh iis Frilends in Edinfllgh, SExtratom3fro 1837r with a Preface by the Editor, ,frodn lAendix, containing N:'tes and Infortua tln for all classes of intendino Emigrants, from the latf Anthnorities and authentic Dcuments. ?cnd Edition, with a map. Edinburglh, 1838. Sydney, 251t June, 1838. Dy DeAR J..-I wr-te to you of my ar rieal at Van Diemen's Land, on the '5th lav, per the Clarence, of London. I had just closed my last letter there, when Mr. t Ti-, to whom I had a letter of introdue tion, cane on board, and insisted on any gnigon shore with hiir, and living in his house,which I did for the fortnight the ship lay at Hobart Town On 'l'Thursdav, alarge party of friends met me there. In 18i4, a great nouiaber of these relations, about 30, freighted a vessel and catmte out to settle here. They ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 October 1838

Government Gazette, VI?DNEedDAY, OcTOBER 10, 1838. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, October, 9"h, 1838. N OTICE is hereby given that sites have bieer fixed upon for Townships in the undernlen. tioned places, and that a copy of the appl oved Pla s ias he reen at the Office of the Survev,' Gene al, in Sydney, or at the nearest Benches of 'Mlagistlates, respectively, namely, St. Leonard's Countmy of Cumberland. Aberdeen, Coutntrv of Durhan. Gundagal, on the Murritubidgee about51 miles beyond Ytss , and Mitchell's Town, on the Gonlhburn, about 72 miles to the northward of Melbourne. The last two being on the present high-road to Port Phillip. The minimtum price in the township of St Leonard's is £20 steiling per acre, and in the other Townships £5 per acre. By his Excellency's Command, E. I)iEAS THO-MsON. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 8th October, 1839. ROAD<. H I< Excellency the Govertnor, with the advice of theExecu:ive Council, havingdeemeI. it exedi ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 October 1838

Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 6th October, I3SS SALE OF LAND. AT, eleven o'clock of WVednesday, the 7th day of Novrember next, the Colonia;l Treasurer will int up to auction, in the market building letter C, tn Geoage-street. Sydney, the undermentioued por tion of land-, t hich have been notified as selected lor parchlae and since measured, on the terms' authorised by governmluent. Further information respecting the lands may be obtained ftoan the sure)or.-general ; and respecting the conditions from the colonial treasurer. 8. Westmoreland, 640, head of the Soutih Branch of .Wisemaan's Creek, commencing at the n-w corner 2 miles 20 cl a from the jencion.nf at aaaall creek with the n branch of Wisemnan's Creek, bounded n by a line e 80 ch, e by a line s 80 ch, a by a line w 80 oh, w by a linet n 0 ch to the n- w corner aforesaid. Pt ice 5s. per acre. 9. athunrst, 640, at Warwick Plains, Lachlan lRiver, commencing at then w corner of a measured portion of 1000 acres, bounded s ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 17 October 1838

Abstract of Sales by Auction. THIS DAYv: ; SIMMONs, I. & .CO., nngu. at II o'Clock Nrw Zealand Palk. Mle ndlze, &c. : WILSON, J. T. at It??n ,at I11 o'Clock, Wines, Gin, Hardlwarle, Slops, &c BIACKIMAN, J. oni the pseminse, of J B. Huowi ;' E.q., Pite st ,et, Househohl ;FIurniture. SM A lIT, T. W. et the stores iof Rlesrsg . Edwards and Hunter, Window Glass, Wines, &c. TO-MORROW. W11.ON, J. T. at Rooms, at7 ii Clock, Evening Sale, Fancy OGnds.. PI)L %('K, 4. nat uzr;t, at 12 o'Ciclck, Slreep. SIART 'T. W;. StItio0elry, &.c. '

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