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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 9, 1839. Nothing extenuate, nor aught set down in malice—SHAKESPEARE. The late general Sickness or Pestilence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 9 January 1839

`IDNEY MONITOR S COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER W'EDNESDAY 'ORNING, JANUARY 9, 1839. a'Fel'a ertenniae, nor aught set down in maliee-SsrsAE. 'The late general Sickness or :estilence. It is the opinion oT the bulk of plain people, who .re neither chemists nor doctors, that the late p'utilence called ilifluenza, and which has now been raging- three months, and caused so miny deaths that not a black ribbon or a yard of crape, are to' be had for love or money in the Sydney shops. is tme effect of filthy streets an8 sewers, and salsurhter-houses, tanneries, and candle manufac-' tories. Some thousands of petty dunghills are daily made by the inhabitants of back streets of bones and vegetables, and are hourly decomposing. The sewers are reservoirs of filth. To these'causes and to the closeness of thehouses, half of which are under ground on their basement floor, the present distemper is attributed by people of no science-that is to say, by the thinking townspeople at large. At all events, the clean...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 9 January 1839

PROJECTED DEPARTIURES · The following vessels will sal the first fair wind - Saint George, for Sourabapa and England IYilliam Roger, for Batavia Lady Nugent. for ditto. Governor Phillp. for Norfok Island. ttyi"of Edirburgh, for Newiastle The following vessels have beet their sails ready for starting % Currescy Last, for Bay of islands, 9th inst. Camilla, for Hobart Town. 0thl instant. I?geta. for London, 18th Intsnt Paul Pry, for Port Philllip, t Instant Garnaraon for South Seas. Rostyn Castle, for London, p4th instants The following vessels are getting ready with -all despatch - Fairhe, for Hobart Town and India the 15th In stant Alice, for South Australh and Port Phillip, lth Instant t liary for the fishery Caledonla. for Launceslon, Swan River, and King George's Sound, 20th'lnstant. Perseoerance, for Neweantle.: Abercrombie, for Port Phillip 19tbinstant. LAID ON, "lUT TIME OF SAILING NOT ,FIXED, Despatch, for London. In all February. Lord Eldon, for London, in all February. Hope,...

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Returned Convicts from Norfolk Island. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 9 January 1839

Returned Convicts from Norfolk Island. The Anatralian saysnthatthe pilsoners who return from Norfolf Island free,seldom register their places of abode according to the Act of Council. We never expect to see this act put diligently in force, for nothing but trnaportation as the penalty for muisainn, would induce the trebly convicted men from Norfdlkcisland to register. "T'he act requires an Act of Parliament, with this penalty attached to it. to be executed with proper vigour. For we consider the Act of Council,though necessary for the ,peace and good government of this Colony, to he contrary.to the law of England.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 9 January 1839

DEP'ARX U RES. Yesterday, the bark Lindsay, Welsh, master, for Twofold Bay, in ballast. Same day, the schooner Mlarlan f"atsCon, for Hobart Town, with sundries, and with the head quarters of the ??at regiment Be board.

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HOBART TOWN ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 9 January 1839

HOBART TOWN ARRIVALS. December 21.-The bark Emu, 380 tons, Howard, from London, 8th September. Same day, the brig Siren, from Sydney.'9th'Dec. Same day, the brig Lord Hobart, from South Australia, December 5. December 25.-fhe schooner Bandicoot, from Port Phillip. PORT OF LAUNCESTON ARRIVALS. December 20.-The schooner Sally .dnn, from Portland Bay. DEPARTURES. December 20.-The cntter Aquila, for Port Phillip. Same .day, the bark Sc rals, for South Australia. Saie day, the ellooner Industry, for Port PIhillip

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Police News TUESDAY, 8TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 9 January 1839

Poliee News . TUESDAY, TBrs. W iflim Wil;fia ? charned whitlistealing a.pint san-li halt of `rwiith which-he had drawnr from half a p hitiichen i.n hi. <master' stores_ nir. 'Titterton ecnted, that the pritoner had.obtained his ticket of leave; anid had been but h sheort time in jin seivice. Hisnvife had seen the.piti~toner in the stnre., and rinformed hint of the 'circumstance. He went into the tore, and met the prisoner With the ranm i 'hls hznd;'. Sentenced:. 12. mninthsto. an iron, Rang. Ticket ? ibe tneelled, if approved by the Governor. , :Two wutoen, Kennedyp.inl,aSilk. were s?sntenced tn.tonr hoors-a . fineniene-in the taock s, ln dcf,?alt ,of p.yment- of3the uual finue ordlnnktenneos ahfd disorderly cop et in 'Parramatta-street .. The agistriates, adjoisiitdito a priTvate inon at half-past tw¢jiin nrder to Di??der.the legiality of cerail6'irazisfer of Ileenase under the niw act, this being the daV appointed t foE abo . discusalon, on IsfjirmatlonsAled iast week-:...

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FOR SALE, FREIGHT, OR CHARTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 9 January 1839

TOR SALE, FREOGIT, OR 'CIHARItE.R Pero, Hughes & Hosking. agents, for frelsht. The Lindsays boarded her bullocks on Monday, at tite head of Cockle Bay. The government trig. Governor Phillip, has hauled lrom the Cove into the stream, ready for a start to Norfolk Island this day. The Charles Kerr, from blmerick, with 226 emigrants, under the superintendec,"e -of James Smith, Esq, R.N., hove In sight to;the northward at sunrise yesterday. She' anchored in the Cove in the afternoon.-A. B. Spark, agent. The Earl Durham has hauled to Lamb's Wharf, discharging. On Monday evening last, the steamer Willa.m the Fourth intended to start for Port Stephens; but owing to an accident in one of her boilers, she was detained. "There areten vessels row in harbour, loading or about loading for 'Lotdon, namely, the Hpgeia, Roslyn Castle, City of Edinburgh, via Newcastle, Despatch, Glenbernie, Hope. Lord Eldon, Aledusa. Perseverance, and Portland. The Ilygeia and Roslyn Castle will-be the first....

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 9 January 1839

Sfipping Entelliagetr. ARRIVALS. Yesterday morning, the brig David. 204 tons, Hart, master, frota Santh Australia, whence she sailed the27th of December, in ballast -Passengers, Cabin, Miss Jones. Steerage. Wm. Whitehoase, Price, John Sinclair, henry Nautkivel, and George Patten. Same day, the Barque Charles Kerr, 464 tons, Arnold, master, front Limerick, whence she sailed the Ifi6th September, with 226 emigrants, under the superintendence of James Smith, Esq., R.N. Pas sengers, Mlr. John Davidson, Mr. George Lawson, Mr. H. Ml'Donaid, Mr. and Mrs. John Scales, Mlr. Wm. Neilson, Alr. Wmn. Smart, Mr. James Sinclair, Mr. George Hope. Robert Lewins,Esq., Sargeon. Mr. Newsham from Hobart Town.

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DIARY. MEMORANDA FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 9 January 1839

BXAZT. aIEMOANDA FOR. TUE ENSU NG WEEL JAWUAXV.. HIa WATU. 1 SL' Imorning Evurreaut I J2A, S m.SAf1 45 et,. dnmursday 90 33 ,mA S 4357 7 s I fztd.ny i1) 4 36 5 " 7 3'atrsnay 10 a 4.33 6 1 6 Sooday 3s -6 46 7"-0 =} 54 7-2 Motnday 15 7 41 s 0 3'4 . Fueadny is I S 15 8 3/ 4.0 7 1

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 9 January 1839

- TO CORRESPONDENTS. - Tas THEATRx.-The report of the Theatre-came 'too late for insertionin this number. iItwillappear ,in our neit. qiI mae m •nu I

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Weekly Meteorological Table. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, WINDS, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 9 January 1839

1rc'hep jfretwroogoirali Qabte. "VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER. WINDS. &c. 1Tnxuuornuuz Wzlwoj W3A~EUR 'Weian.JTan. _ 1 806 ' S 7 NE Cloudy ThuIFrd17 3 I66 8l 74 NE Clear Friday 4 70. 80 64 SW Cloudy. S(Ruoday 6 66 70 66SW I Cln~y nturday . 6t 74 70 SW Rainy Mandya 7 70 E 70 SW Clear Tuesday 8 72! 64 SW Clear .Mean-Tenperoatre, ,700

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SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 9 January 1839

. SPIRITS AND TOIACCO. ' s.tock en hand the 29th ultimo-I. P. rnin,93,332 allons--brandy, 16i,01 gallontt-ln, 28.104 gttllosri -other ipilrti, 6,202 gallon'. F|Fi and Citvendish tobacco, 71,834 poutntld?.-itzil| dit t, 13.710 poundsa undnuatfuctnured dittlo, 20,621 puands-ciaars, 30,915 poundsa-2rmn b o ds . .. ""n'7d 4ud -'' .Iteet4ved duringl the week-B. P. rum, 1.512 gal-, Ions- brandy. 1,067 galllons-gin,.3 al1on-4 aiherpirits ot516er galirit nil-ig and Cavendith tobacco, 4,0397 poundt-Brazil dt, c lr dittou, n-ufigaur , ditto676 poeleunda-tir , nil " . Deivrd: or hoine eonansnpti.--I B P.rnm, rl, 2,416 tllons-brandy, 775 ? allns-g-in, 439 5.al Ions-ot-d r ;tpirdtt, nill-Fig and Clavenar U tobacco 1753 pob nnao, 9,41 pi ditto. nild-untauftrctu poun ditu nil-ucturrd do, 6 20- 21far nil. onelivered (or expnrttiton- P. run, 750 gal'V -brandy. I(t5 anllons -gl, 63 gallon'-other iaprIltN 516 galloon-Fig and Cavendish tobacco, 4,037 poounds-braziI ditto. nl-uunmanutfcitfcti ditto, nl-...

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Sydney Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 9 January 1839

Sydney Markets. Our readers will see by the subjuined account o the Sydney markets, th.t the new year has com unettced with nearly the hname prices as the old. During the past week a fall in the price of wheat was announced by one firm, and still continues; tie other millets keepl up their prices.-In other grain there has been i slight rise, and the dealers expect a still farther. The sapplies are good, and of good; quality. Finuit4s plentiful. Building Is excessively I slack. and likely to remain so. Colanial spirits and c tobacco nmaiontin fheir prices, but do not advance. FLOUR AT THE MILLS. 'PER 100 Los. Finse Seconds Ration Dodds, Blackett, and Aird .. 25s .. 24r .. 21s Hughes and Hosking........ 25 .. 24s .. 21: Ba.rker and Hallen............ 22s .. 21s .. 21s Girurd .................... 25s .. 24. .. 21s WHEAT AT THE MILLS, Pat BUStEL. Clonial, from ............. 0 8 .0 to 0 9 0 VanDiemena's Land (last week) 0 9 6ti 0 10 0 BISCUIT. No. 1, per wt.......................... 1 16...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 9 January 1839

SALES -BY-A-UCTION. &HEli'P' and CATTLE"' SALE, P b?Al 'S: BUAZAAR,". a-OhrFRIDAY nezt,-?th '11th January O NE THOUSANDi 'WTHER , tiwvo yels old, BathttrstDistt " . 5O0) EWES, two years old, Bgther"mDia"i " 144Q .W1VIE,1ERS, 15'to 50 mbiths old,Wellingtoi 700 W'E , three years old, Cowplisturea 4t s0'eS,. fouryears old: ditt . sO" COW~s. 'at L?angollan, beyond Maltlind 1?l .ULLOCKS, ditto" ditb"o 11I JI F ELS. ditto ditto 2 STEERS. daitto' ditto Terms libefal at Sale.? Bto;is, Cattle; c rage, ; o On FRIDAY 'next,the 1'th instant. ... BY A..POLACK, AthiBiazisai,' at twelve 'o'Clock precisely . .NE , B RO.O-D-'' M.ARE 12 'Co"thi Ci&lves ait thelr sides' 2 Dr Eglt l?ores 1 ?Sadi?i Horse' 3 Charriots 1 Gig 3 Drays Terms delared at Time: of; Sale. 21450 war ET s . TOi F.' SOLD BY AUjCTIdN,: ....... BY A,.POLRACK, . . . ON FRIDAY the 11th day -of'JANUARY, at his BAAAnR, at twelve o'clock precisely, ..... TlE undermentioned Wethers, .free from'dit ease 150-50 months old 130...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 9 January 1839

BANK OF NEW'SOUTH WALES.' G - 5th January, 1839. -T HE PROP1)IETORS of STOCK in this I BANK are requested to meet at the Banking- house, George-street, on MONDAY, the 21st instant, at Twelve o'clock, to declare a Dividend for the Half Year ended the 31st December last, and for other purposes. JOHN BLACK, Cashier. I TO BE RAFFLED, THREE HUNDRED SPLENDID . * ENGRAVINGS. -. T NHE Works of SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS, consisting of 300 very beautiful Mezzotint Prints, engraved by S. W. Reynolds, The, above will be Raffled for so soon as the listof-Forty Sub- . scribers, at F1 each, is filled up, of which due notice will be given. 2 The Prints may be seen at Mr. EVANS, Book- C seller, Bridge.streets who will receive subscriptions v tor the sase. Also, to be sold a quantltyofJrtists' Colours, Oils, &€c.: Normnal Institution; Hyde Park. Under te asupei intendance qf Mr. Henry Gordon. T HE Classes of this Institution will re-open on Monday the 21st January, 1839. t It is requested that the ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 9 January 1839

Birth. At Surry Hills, on 3rd instant, the lady of L. Myles, Esq., J. P., of a Son. Marriage.   On Tuesday last, by the Rev. Dr. Lang., Mr.   Martin Richardson, Builder, of Newcastle, to Miss Catherine Jones, daughter of Mr. W. Jones, Book- seller and Stationer, George-street South. Death.   On the 5th instant, at her residence at the Glebe, Fanny, the wife of E. D. Betts, Esq. of a spasmodic affection of the heart. On the 6th instant, Mr. Charles Wilkins, of   George-street, Sydney, aged 47 years, after a long   and severe illness.                    

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 9 January 1839

Advertisemeznts sent to this -OJice, must specify on the face of them, the number of timnes the/are to be advertised; otfherwise, they kill be .continued and charged until countermanded. '~'dl' k~I~ '~- -" " '- m ... = For London direct. Ti HE*'fine.' fstisailing,' naw .1 SHIP 1Medusa; - 09 totts register, JoasF Praua? Esq. Commander.. This Ship has a considerable portion of her cargo engaged, and will meet with greatdespatch: " Has very soperior iecommodations for passengers. For Freight or Passage apply to W. S. S. DELOITTE & CO. Lower Getbid tttgt -Or to' tlie Captaie on board. FOR- LONDO N; To Sail earlJ 'in-Jaiuary, T HE very - uperlor fine, first class Ship Dope, J. J. Coombes. Commander, burthen, 378 tons register. Parties 'desirous of shipping 'a few bales of wool by this vessel are requested to make early' application, as nearly the whole of her cargo is al ready engaged 'and now shipping:' She possesses first rate' accommodations for passengers, and carries an expe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 9 January 1839

ABSTRACT OF ALL i5 SALES BY AUCTOO. N Whic'h will lake place before our nert publcation THIS DAY. HEBBLEWHITE. W. at Rooms, at 12 o'Clock, New Oil Butts THIS EVENING. WILSON,.J. T. at.Roomss, at half.past 7 for 8 -o'clock, Fancy Goods, &c. TO-MORROW. WILSON, J. T. at Rooms, at 11 o'clock, Mer chandise HEBBLEWHITE W. at Rooms at-1I o'clock, Sacking, oa account of Underwriters HEBBLEWHITE W., at Rooms, at 12 o'clock, 1,300 Sheep, with all the Hurdles, Huts, and Sheep Station at Yass SIMMONS and Co., at the Stores of Messrs. WalkerandCo., at II o'clock, the surplus Stores of the Fairlie and James Pattieon I- I II - UNION BANK of AUSTRALIA. Sydney Local Board. RANWULPH DACRE, ESQ. PHIILIP W. FLOWER. ESQ. THOMAS GORE, ESQ. S. K. SALTING, ESQ. NTOTICE is hereby given, that the Union Bank of Australia will commence business in this Town on Wan.DSDaY, the 2d January next, at their temporary Offices, Cecil House, No. 4, King / •Street, on theollowingterms, viz : On Bills not having m...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 9 January 1839

NEWS OF THE DAY.   Mail bags for the Sophia Jane broken open.   During the absence of the first officer of the Sophia   Jane, on Tuesday morning, some one as yet unknown, broke open his cabin. The whole of'the money paid by the passengers amounting to about £40 was   carried off, and two out of three mail bags cut open   and dispossessed of portions of their contents.   It is supposed that the mail-bags were the pri-   mary object ! the remittances of money by letter at this season of the year being considerable. It is   not known at present, how much money and orders   for money has been thus purloined from the letters. It is reported that Captain Sturt, the explorer of   Australia and discoverer of Lake Victoria, has   been appointed Surveyor.General of South Aus-   tralia. " Court of Quarter Sessions - The Court of Quarter Ses...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 January 1839

NEWS OF THE DAY. Tile THBATRE.-On Saturday Evening last was presented to a very well attended house, the Melo Drama of All for Love, which was fol lowed by Mr. Jocob's representations of the mast famous of'the Greek and Roman Statues; vie-Herculesstruggling with theNumidean I ion Hercules killing the monster Cerberus--The fight ing Gladiator-The dying Gladiator-Thle Moor alarmed at thunder--Ajax'defying the lightning The Roman quoit player-The Roman bawler-s Silenus the foster-father of Bacehus-Cincinnatus s overhearing the conspirators-The water god and Hercules reposing after his labour; all of I which -positions'were admirably exhibited. On Monday was produced to a crowded house, the Romantic Drama in three nets, entitled "The. Jewess, or the Council of Constance." The boxes wereat an early hourwell attended, and at half. price the house was quite full, and we celtainly must say, that we do not rentember having witnessed a better cast of characters. The performers were perfect, a...

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