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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 4, 1839. Nothing extenunte, nor aught set down in malice. SHAKESPEARE. Regulations for Public Sales of Colonial Wool. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 January 1839

IDNEY MON1TOR X COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 4, 1839. Nothitge.rtenuate, nor aught set down in malice. Regulations for Public SaIes of Colonial Wool. lst.-That the first Sale for the Reason shall he fixed with the consent of the Committee of the New South Wales and Van Diemer's Land Association, and that the Sales shall continue throughout the season, leaving an interval of not less than six weeks from the end of each series, the time to be approved by the Committee, and each series of Sales to commence on a Thursday and that no-sale of Colonial Wool shall take place in the interval except under extra ordinary circum stances such as the receipt of a cargo badly damaged, or at the express desire in writing of the Committee. 2d.-That according to the quantity each Broker may have to offer for sale at the commencement of the series, the days shall be assigned in such manner as may be agreed upon amongst themselves. The mode proposed is-" That according to the quantity ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 January 1839

Tsnsnor W'oo. SALrs.-The sales of colonial wous,,-of which public notice has been given, cosm anenced on 'Tuesday week, and were continued up to a late h. ur on Saturday evening. For the present series if sales about 10,000 hales have been declared, of shish about one-half have already passed the lnmmer; the whole quantity will not be got through until nearly the termination of the present week. The attendance of buyers from the nmanufct uring districts was very good, and the biddings brisk. As far as the sverages have been made out, the prices realized have answered the cEpectations of the importers. The first sale was on Tuesday, under the management of Messrs. Sliies snd Co., when 1(190 lsales of wool were put uip; the Austislian ((5(1 bales) sold sit Is. lid, to 2:. 1I11. per lb. for the middling saisiples, and at 9d. to Is. Id. per lb. for the grenay and inferior fleeces. The Van Dienian's Land whols (about 710 bales ieilized 2. 3d. to 2o. "7d. per lb. for good latihs', and fro...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 January 1839

DEPARTURES. On Tuesday, the schooner Jess, 77 tons, Clo?t?? master, for the Bay of Islands. Passengers, Mrs    Wood, Mr Blacket, Mr Davis, Mr Cook, Mr Norman, Mr Perry, and Mr Holman.   Yesterday, the barque Florentia, Goodwyn, master, for London, with colonial produce. Pas- sengers, Dr. Carter, R.N., Mr. A. Manning, Mr   Bingham, l)r. Tweedale, R.N., Mr Morris, Mr   Boucher, Mr Buchanan. Steerage, Wm. Palmer and wife, W. H. Barnes and W. Kent, invalid seamen of the Pelorus, John Buckley, of H.M.S.     Conway, J. Ashford, Mr and Mrs Curtis and   son, Mr and Mrs Barnes and child, W. Chandler.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 January 1839

U"NION BANK of AUSTRALIA Sydney Local Board. RANULPH DACRE, ESQ. PHILIP W. FLOWER. ESQ. THOMAS GORE, ESQ. S. K. SALTING, ESQ. NOTICE is hereby given, that the Union Bart of Australia will commence business in this Town on WsanvansaY, the 2d January next, at their temporary Offices, Cecil House, No. 4, King Street, on the followiog terms, viz: On Bills not having more than 60 ) 8 per cent. days to run................... discount. On Bills having more than 60 days 10 per cent. to run ....................... f discount. Interest allowed on Current Accounts upon the daily balance, at the 4 per cent. rate of................ .... Discount day, Wednesday. IT. M'LAREN, Inspector. Sydney, 24th December, 1838. Union Bank of Australia. N OTICE.-That Bills upon the Board of Direc tors in London will pow be drawn at thirty days sight. II. M'LAREN, Inspector. At Messrs. Thomas Gore & Co.'s Sydney, 24th December, 1838. W ANTED by a person who writes a good W hind and is conversant with acc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 January 1839

Farm, Punch Bowl Road. J. T. W ILSON iNFORMS the Market Gardener, and Others A requiring a snug retreat, that he has been nstrascted by the Proprietor to offer them by Private Bargain, A 'FARM OF 80 ACRES, rituated on tle Punch Bowl Road, withih ten miles of this interesting Metropolis. Its contiguity to Sydney Market, the excellence 6f the soil. the "salubrity of the- climate, and the respectability of the situation, all combine to render it one of the -most desirable properties ever offered to an Austra. Tian public. It must'be borne in mind that rapid fortunes are now -being made by supplying our 'Ma'rketwith Vegetables; and if at the present day 'such is the fact, what will-be the effect of the land. =ing some THOUSANDS OF EMIGRANTS on our shores, annually ! Why, that the field - will 1c tenfold extended, and that any 20 industrious emigrants, with small capital; may ensure to them selves A SPEEDY INDEPENDENCE, a comfortable home, and asylum for their, families and their old age...

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MELBOURNE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 January 1839

ll1E1iAOURNE PRICE CURRENT. Ale-Dnnhars, per doz, 17s to £1 1s-Ashly's per hbr. £(i to £9-lBef, per tierce, £(i, fresh, lb 4(d to 4jd, joint, 31'd to 4d-tteer, hhd. (Capell's) £5, lthd (A.l ills) £3-Coti.ee, lb Is Id to Is4d-Cntrants, lb. Is to is 3d-Cedar, ft- mt 44 to 4i-Flour, first, 100 lb* £1 7s to AI 8s, seconds ditto, £1 5s to £I 6s, third ditto. £1 2s to £1 4*-Hams,,Ib Is to Ie4d -Horses, £40 to £70-Iron, ton £18 to £24 Leather, Kip, In Is 10d-Maize, hoshrl (s Gd to 7s id -Mlutton, quarter, Ili 44 to 4dk; joint, ditto :ijd to 4d-Oat , Un-hel Os (hi 7s Od-Porter, dozen, 1Ka to £:-Pine boards, font i1d to 8d-Rice, hag. £2 to £2 5s-per Ili 3d to 31d-Soap, En:llish lb 6.1 to 7d-Salt cwt, 12s to 15s-Spirits in bond-Brandy, gallon, Gs (id to 7.., Ruin ditto, 5s Gd to (is, Hohlands, case, £1 10s to £1 12s-Sugar, hoe, 3jd to 4d, per lb. 4d to 5d, refined. 34 to Is (id-Tea, hysonsllil, chest, £. 10, to £(6 10,-Tobacco, Atueriran, in bond, per Ib, 2s Gd to 2s 9d-Ditto Irazil, do, 2* 8...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 January 1839

ARRIVALS. On Wednesday, the schooner Suceess, 82 tons, Captain Baio bridge, fTom Pott Phillip, whence she sailed the 2dlth ultinmo, with 22 bales wool. Pas setgers-cabin, Mr. Stapleton and Mr. Watt. Steerage, 3 soldiers, I constable, and 4 prisoners of the crown. Grose, Agent Same day, the barque Earl Durham, 383 tons, Captain James Cubol, from the l)owns, whence she stiled the .17th September, with merclttndise. Passengers-M r Chat les 'lindell, AIr Henry Taylor, Alr Charles Newton, Mr .Tohn Ilenlock, Air Itiehard lenleck, Alrs and M iis 1M'Alpine, Miss Burrat.e, MrJohnm Steel, Mr William Case, Air and Mrs Thonmuon, Miss Thompson, Mr George Rna', Mr Mark Wells, Mir William Jessit, Mir Gil. Mr M'Donsnld, Mr .l1enzies, surgeon, and Mrs Menzies. Steerage, AMr John Mlackay, wife, and seven chil. dren, Mrs and Miss Ellis, Mr and Mrs James Hunt, and six chiilren, Mr and Mrs William Craw- ford and three children, Ann Westacott, Mr and Mrs.James Tulloch, Robert Bromber, Charles &nb...

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HOBART TOWN SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 January 1839

HOBART TOWN SHIPPING. Dec. 17-Arrined- 1'rth Briton, (barqe) 402, T. Fynil, tnaIter, hi n Leirth-100 bant 0(1 purk, 20 ar: beef, 64 puncheons ranm, 20 cases suap, 20 casks 30 cases Geneva, 20 casks brandy, 3 ca-es wine, 12 tirccs rinegar, 18 lid1s 10 quarter casks wine, 10 pipes 27 cawes wine, 1110 starcs, 1l puncheons rum, 1s casks wine, 30 etch' floter, 1 hnx caulkss, I box snap, 15(1 hams, 5 cares silks, 10 (Iarters barley, 1 cratel entrunt t:1 h- es 3 btales pjttpr, 26 hales linens, 1101 shakes, 1:1 tirkins bttrel, 3 casks blocks, 75 hoxes tobacen pip,'s, 70 halt Int rels 50 firkins hers inLs, 211 bxes red herrings, 4 boxes 2undt1 i's, I ca -k I t h1Ibea, 177 (ltkV tber, I 6 casks stlint-d sIga2r, 801 Iha' 61)0 h1nnll1 iron, 11 boxes confee titnary, "1 halr appjel, Ii HowIe-20 punchenms rain, Ost1er-21 cli;. 2(1 cases wine. I ca k veils, 12 hales Iiritcih gI ds, 45 caLksi herr, IBron & Co 2t casks I case .tint, 3 libds brandy, 5 casks vine gar, 1 cask ale, 3 ca-Its k i m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 January 1839

Advertisements sent to this Office, must specify on the face of them, the number of limes they are to be advertised; otherwise, they will be continued and charged until countermanded. First Wool Ship of the Season. FOR LONDON DIRECT, T FIE well-known fast-sailing British Built Barque j Despatch, ha 262 tons burthen, is now taking in dead weight, sh and will commence loadingg Wool immediately., dr For Freight as Passage, early application must he bo pade to qL COOPER & IHOLT, at Waterloo Wai.Tiotise, Ag-nts November 29th, 1838. S N. B.-Liberal advances will be made to ship pers of Wool by this vessel, if consigned to Messrs I D. Cooper and Co., London. Al re ForLondon, from Newcastle, Hunter's River. THE CHARTERED SHIP, Abel Gower, A. 1., burthen 320 tons, J. Hen- - derson, commander. This vessell will be ready to take in Wool on the 5th January. All Wools in. tended for this'vessel, may be left at she Stables of the undersigned, near Mr W. Sparkes', whence they will be conve...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 January 1839

NEWS OF THE DAY. SEAMEN. --Captains of ships ought to be made aware of the following fact, which very few ar-   riving in this colony are likely to he aware of namely, that Colonel Wilson is the only person who possesses the power of discharging a seaman who has signed articles; and that both the Captain and the seaman wishing to be discharged, must ap- pear before the First Police Magistrate for that purpose. Mr. Nichols stated in the Police-office. that in the absence of the Colonel, no one possessed that power, according to the Sydney Merchant Sea f man's Act. Tire "W1VutisAs RooER."...The deaths on tbc L voyage, the length of time sie was detained at the quarantine station, and the deaths there, amounting on the whole to near seventy, has ren dered the public car attentive to the mention of this vessel's name. Z hese vi-itstious passed away, intes tine discord now shews itself, and the oflicers and crew have phraded over and over again at the Police-office. The char...

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Police News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 January 1839

Police News. James Moore. free hired servant, was given in charge by his master, Mir. Itichlard illarr.i, on Tues day mninrtg. who charged hint with ste iling a shirt and hit, the former of which was fouan on the prisoeer's person. The prisoner avwe ephinved on inalday timoin C C gardenine, hut soon ifter his maen ter left hie went to the ,n irket where his mnt.mer was, and c,,mmtenreitd ahtsine himn. On Sutndaid the ptisoner hotirrowel the shirt but hid returned it again. On Sunday erenin it ihe priionir declared he would not woi k, unless his inmaster gave him imte wages thii lie hatl agreed for. (On the Motlnwin nuts ning lie had gone out as before anud his oanasre iitrting him etve hin in charge. The prinalir sttred, that if his master woild lhith over his con duct, lie nititl return to ll, wvork antid ehave sihertl. The Mi wistrate sail, it wit quite cleii ii it lhe ptitnntr hutl no riilit to ift property, anol he was iher te f i columittcd to t.ike Ilia trial for the oilence. ...

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 January 1839

!PROJEC'TED DEPART'IURES 'rhe following'vessels will sail the first fair wind t &aint George. for Snurahaya and England l'lliam R'oger, for Batavia. Lady Nugent, for ditto. -Gnvernor Phillap. for Norfolk bpland. .dbel GOunr. for Newcastle. Alarain Wat/son, for Hobart Town. 'The following ressels have bent their sails ready for starting ; GOarrency.Last, for Bay of Islands, 9th inst. 'lamiflla, for Holartr Town. 10th instant. .'tH?gieha. for`London. 18th instant ,?~rl Pry. for Port'Pfhilllp, 9th instant 'Curuarn,an for South .seas. 'The fe.llowingavessels are getting ready with ill Ki'lpatch " t ity of Ediibhurgh,T for'Newcastle t.alyn tsanle, for. ondon, :14th litiant Firlte, for Hobart Town, 16th Instant Alice. for South Australia anti Port Phillip, 11th Instant Allars fur the'fishery Casedonia, for Lanneeston, Swan River, and King George's Sound, 20th instant. "A'LD ON, BUT TIMP. Of SAIEING NOT TX EOD. De.patch, for London, in all Fehruat y. Lord Rtdon, fot London, in all ...

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Port Phillip. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 January 1839

Port Phillip. [From the Port Philip Gu:eite, upto Dec 22.) The land at IPoit Phillip, which will be -sold in February next, at Sydney, has an upset price fixed upon it at the following rates :--uburban allotments, at £3 per acre; town allotments in Melbourne, £75 per lot of half an acre; at Geelong, £5 per acre; the quantity gazetted is in the whole 15 (36 acres, consisting of country sections from 640 to 1000 acres. The num ber of sections are eighteen. at the usual tnininurm price of 5s. per acre, situate .in the county of Bourke, parish of Ghering hap. '1 he allotments in Melbourne are in number 50, in sec;ions 7, 10. and Q3: the suburban alloiments are 40, from No. 4 to 50. in the county of lHourke, and parish of Jika Jika; and 37 allotments at South and 13, at North Geelong. We perceive, not in our advertising columns, but from a written notice on a little dirty piece of paper posted against the Police office, which wc by mere chatce be held, from the circunmstance of a ragged ...

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VESSELS ADVERTISED FOR VAN DIEMAN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 January 1839

VESE?LS AeVERTISED FUR VAN DIRMAN'S LAND. Arahiun,. 278, Cain, for Launceston, sailed the 3rd September A.ollane. 440, RoeerR, Sep. 15 Cherott 251, Nichol., S-ptember 15 Charlatte, -, went into Cape Nov.8 C~arulie, -, Warden I)erwetd. 400, Riddell. 25th Anenvt. Gilmore, 550. with convictr. Sep. 20 Iirdoo. -, troim Lirerool middle of September Jaerns, 353, Wtrangles. Septenlter 10 Louisa Campbell, 300, Buckley, fur Launceston, went int, Cape. 14th Nov. ouiisa, 250. Stephen-ont[ .lnjestlic 350, Willi;mnýon, with convicts Rhoda. 220, Nixon, for L:,utcesutn, Oct. 1 .tartesma, fnimr Liverpo,ol, middle of September /'Union, 387, Todd. Aug. 11

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VESSELS ADVERTISED FOR SYDNEY. [The Ports of all those which do not sail from London are specified.] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 January 1839

VESSELS ADVERTISED FOR SYDNEY. [The Ports of all those which do not sail from London are specified. dugustus Cesar, 500, Lacey, cleared outwards 18th August Augusta Jessie, -, Edinborough, October Asia. 536, Mlarshall, trom Cromnarty, N. B., with emigrants. 14th Sep. Alfred, 716, Flint, with emigrants, 17th Sep. Andrcmache, 477, New. with emigrants, 29th Sep. Ana and Alary. 250. Wilson, Sep. 22 Achilles, 333, Veale, Sep. 26 'Charles Kerr, 463, Arnold, from Scotland, with emn grants, spoken in lat. 35o S. and 2io E. Chasker. Arnold, -, cleared outwards 20th August. Colonist,-, Cowman, from Liverpool, sailed 30th Augous Christiana, -, from Greenock, for Hobart and Sydney, 18th November Daweson, -, Hassall Dcuehess of Kent, 342. Newhy, Oct. 10 Dunlop, -, for Hobart and Sydney, from Liverpool, sailed Sep.7 Frances Charlotte, 300, 15th September Htashen.y, 600, Buctle, 12th September ;Indemnity, 305, Roberts, 25th Sepltember Juliet, 444. Parker, for Hobart and Sydney, Sep. 15 Juliana, 54...

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DEPARTURE [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 January 1839

DEPARTU hE Yeaterday, for Newcastle, the bark Abel Cower

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 January 1839

.Jjipphtg btntcUfgcwce. &ARRIVALS. On Saturday Iatt, the ship Margaret, 364 tons, Trom Dublin via Cape of Good Hope-from Dublin Brd Sept., and the Cape I4th Nov., with 166 female prisoners and 44 children, 67 free females including children. Passengers-Rev. Frederick Wilkinson, Mrs Wilkinson, Dr. Geo. Todd Mozey R.N., Sum. geon Superintendent. 'The Rweretta, ship, 06(5 tons, 'Gilmore, master, left London 28th August, and the Cape of Good HJope on I4th November, with merchandise. 'Passengers, cabin-Mr and Mrs Nott, Mr and Mrs Eastnman and'3 children, 'Mr Henry Delmas, Mr 'etm. Mason, Mr Geo. Milne, Mr L. Blaxland ('.tbsh, surgeon. 'Steerage-Mr Edward HIenry and femsale servant, Mr and Mrs 'Wart anti two.boys, Mr and Mrs Allen and two boys, Mrs Gillespie, Miss Potts, Miss Reynolds. Ye,.terday, the barque North Briton, 402 tons .Cuptsin Fyall, with merchandize, from Lieth and *1lht.lrc 'Iwn, from the former palr the 26th .Auuuut, and t;e latter on New Year's day. Cabin 1l.tlsen...

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Police News. FRIDAY, JANUARY 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 January 1839

Police News. FRrDAY, JANUARY 4. The seamen of the Ihillium lloers were again broght to the Police Office for re fusing to obey orders One decision had been fornmrly made by Mr Brennan in favour of the seamen, on account of soim informality in the ur idles; but on the lapt hearine, it was decided by the bench, that by putcting a proper and fair construction on the wordine of the articles ; the seamen had been guilty of a breach of them. They were accordingly ordered on board, and now having again refused to obey orders, they were brought up, the captain r qu'ring their punishment. The bench however thought, that on account of the itcpre-sion which the men's minds had received on the first decision, they should be dealt with leniently. The men with one voice declared they were ready to fu!fil the articles to tt.e full limit set upon thenm by the bench, but at the same time they would rather undergo the severest punishment the bench could inflict, than to proceed to sea with, or obey t...

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The Frauds committed on the Assignment Regulations by Fictitious Leases. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 January 1839

The Franuds committed on the As siegnment Regoulations by Fictiti ous Leases. A large portion, perhaps above half the convicts now in private assignment, wer, obtained by the assignees by means not very legitimate nor very honourable. The question therefore is, when other graziers and settlers have no servants at all, whL ther the lucky rogues, who, by fi.titious leases. patronage, and tri. kery of various kinds, during the last two aduministrations ob tained their dozens of men, ought to reap, for ever (or till their men are free) the ad vant.,ges of their jugglery ) Justice and impartality say no to this quetion. It would be fair we think at aln events to" c:dl in,"'all convicts from those se tiers, who hIsve had thetm assigned to them on l ase. old farms, during the last two years ; for these lease-holds are almost all fictitious ; mere jugglery. Thai an equali=tzos of convict labour, during the seven ears or so that the men have now t i serve, ,'re private assignment he done awa...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. MISSIONARIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 7 January 1839

NEWS OF THE DAY. MISSIONARIES. A Meeting was held at the School of Arts, on Wednesday night, to report progress of the German Mission at Moreton .liy, and to solicit contributions. Mr. Roemer, who has contributed largely to the funds of the Missionaries in general, was voted to the chair; and after he had stated the purpose of the Committee convening this Meetisng, the Rev. Mr. MI'Intyre tend the Report. STATE OF TIE FUNDS. Collections at various Charity Sermons preached in Greenuok, by the Rev. Alr. Schmidt . . . . 77 0 0 Out of this was paid the expense of bringing the Mission from Berlin to that place, and also some portion of their outfit. The amount altogether received, one half from Government and the other half from Sub'cription . . 517 12 2 The expenditure since the arrival of the lMembers of the Mission in this Colony had been . . 438 14 9 Leaving but a small balance in hand, with which the Comnmitteeo had to answer bills for cows and sheep supplied by the Commandant at Mor...

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