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Police News. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 January 1839

Police News. WVEDNESDAY, JANUARY O. The list this day was heavy: it comp-iaed tecnty dankard., nineteen other charges, and tarty-hree summnonses. Thee e ummonses 'have accinttited fron, heing put il'- day after day; they conisted principally of offisces aglinst the laicenmg-Ac, In volving the lpenaltvotf '1. Thee were al-n seeral -summotntseb |or assaults asid breaches of theltlice 'Act.; one for selling spalt" withont a licence. and some for breachea of the Bog Act; one fir harbor ing, and another for employing a prisoner o the crown. Tie drunkard's list was composed of old r;ffeders, more especially the female pot ton. Captain nnea stated his determination to execute the laws with rigonr towards notorious druntkards. Accorhiatly several '*ho are. kiown to tthi police as4diio1site vagahonds, were transferred to the othertli-tatqd sent to )the House of -Correction. 'The pFrsent punishment inflicted for repeattld drnnkenues, is Inadequate to its repression. ASSAULT.--Constable Wilson...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 January 1839

liTpi ilptn g telligence. AR RIVALS. On Thursday, the 9th intasnt, the barqlle Zephyr, 236 tons, Captain IRichatdson, with 870 barrels of sperl'U. F. Mitcheh a?gent. Yesterday, thie 10th instant, tile Aledwury, 450 tons, Biothwick Wigght, Eq., macter (and 'n nter), in ballast, from Puglio, Sunth America, the 31st October. Same day, the Susannah, from the Mausitius, with sugar.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 January 1839

DEPARTURES. Yesteiday, the brig Camilla, 262 tons, Gardener,. Ill;tllterl for Hiobart. Tire SAINT GNOnRG.-In our last Friday's num her we announced that this vessel had gnie 'duwl the harbour and anchored on the other side Garden Iland ready for starting. She has since sailed, but her departure has not been announced either in this paper or any other; nor can we at this moment state the exact day of her departure.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 January 1839

CoaREfPlaNENrTs.-The letter fromYass, 4 ed tbIerd "Jrnuery, sent -by private hand, came to kanud yesterday,-but too late for publication to-day. "I"ur correspondent is requested to send his letters !'er pst fCor greater despatch. Friends are often - detai.:ed on the read.

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Home Appointments. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 January 1839

Io'ame Appointments. " As for toll-masters and tax.gatherers, we'had neither tolls- lor' tnxes, 'and therefore were not troubled with such vermin' till the true nature of our constitution was forgotten, or-began to":be not thoroughly understood ; and therefore 'when"they were introduced, the nomination of every man of them was vested in the crown. In it they continue tw this day; and if no alteration be made, we may come to have the heads of our prime ministers more taken ,up about the nomination of mean gaugers and tide-waiters, i's order to make the most of it with respect to elections,;than about vindicating the honour of the countrsy" The 'above is an extract -from a ,pamphlet, published in 178G6,upwards of a century ago, eati lted "The fatal consequences of Ministerial in. fluence." The nomination ofgaugersand tidewaitersa •by the advisers of theCrown, has long.ceased -to'be a possible event merely; in our own time, it has assumed the solidity of.maatterof fact; and the etil 'i...

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SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON. Friday, January 11, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 January 1839

SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN I'T1E HARBOUR OF PORT "JACKON. Friday, January I11, 1839. ABERCROMBIE, schooner, 143 tolra. Crew. mas ter, Montefitre. & Co. agenrts-at the Queen's Wharf, loading for Port Phil ip ALICE, brig, 217, Havnes, master, M1r Simmons; agent-at the east side of the Cove, Inading for Port Phillib. ARGO, brig, 169, Billing master, Dawes agent in Darling Harbour, refitting. BESSEY, schooner, 51 tons, Watson, master, Capt. Fotheringham agent, at his wharf refitting. BOYNE, ship, 619 tons, Richardson, master, in stream, discharging her Government stores. CHARLES KERR, barque, 451, Arnold,master, A   B'Spark. agent, in the cove landing her emigrants. CAERNARVO, bark, 225, (whaler). Irving, master, Bagser, agent, at Irving's Wharf refitting for South Seas. CALEDONIA, Barque, 190, Symers. master,   Edwards and Hunter, agents-on the Patent Slip, undergoing repairs. CITY OF EDINIBURGH, bark, 366, Thompsnn master, A. B. Spark agent-in Watson's ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 January 1839

Birth. On Wednesday morning, at her residence, Castle- reagh-street, the wife of Deputy Assistant Com- missary-General Smith of a daughter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 January 1839

SALES BY AUCTION. The Regatta. J. T. WILSON Announces to the Gents of Sydney, that he has bern instructed to sell by Public Auction, TO-MORROW, the 12th instant, at the I King's Wharf, at half-past I2 for I o'clock 1 precisely.. ITHE well-known fast-sailing. SPleasure Boat t Jonathan, commonly known as * the Yanky. She is 15 feet G inches keel, and L6 feet 6 inches over all. She is Ameriesn schooner rigged, has a fore and. amtin gaff and only fore and aft sils. She has two suits ofrpars and two suits of mails; two suits of lEnglish and American colours. All her blocks are of white whalebone, the hose and belaying pins of pnlirhed bra's, and twelve pigs iron ballast, She id water-planked and excellently well fitted up with lockers. Comment on her sailing qualities is needalks, as they are sugiciently well known to the Terms at Sale. CA TTLE AND HORSES. 3. T. WILSON, Informs Dairymen and others, that he has been in structed to sell by Public Auction, THIS DAY, the Ilth Instant, at The...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 January 1839

For Port Macquarie and the M'Leay .River, THE FINE SCHOONER SLucy Ann, 50 Tons, will sail on Monday next positively. She is now ready to receive cargo at Chapman's Wharf. Darling Harbour. For Freight or Passage, apply to the master on board, or to WILLIAM .DALTON. Chapman's Wharf, Jan. 11, 1839. NVOTICE. TO THE SHIPPING INTEREST. C APTAINS and others having Shingle or other ballast on board, and requiring its removal with despstch, on applying to the Undersigned, he will guarantee to remove one hundred tons per day. H. M.KEON. Shelly's Wharf, Erskine street, Sy~dney, January 1, 1889. ( Wlanting to Purchase, A GOOD QUIET MILKING COW, just Calved. Apply to T. W, Monitor Office. January 10, 1839. Splendid Annuals for 1839. F ORGET ME NOT, ORIENTAL ANNUAL. Bonn or ROYALTY. CHARACTRIsTeICS OF BarTIen PALACES, the plates in this Annual are splendidly coloured, elegantly bound in crimson morrocco. JAMES TEGG, BOOKSELLER & PRINTER. George-street. WHEAT. T1HE Undersigned are giving t...

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 January 1839

PROJEC'ED DEPAltTL'UIES The following ressels will sail the first fair wiud - I/tlliam Roger, for Batavia. Lad A'ugent, for ditto. Governor Phiillp, for Norfollt.Iland. James Pattllsn City of Edinburgih, for Newcastle The following vessels hive bent their sails ready for starting - HIlygeia. for London, 18th Instant Paul Pry, for Port Phillip, 12th instant "Carnarvon for South reas, 12th dotto IRosl.n Castle, for London, 14th instant .Fairlae, for Hobart Town and Madras the" 12th instant The following vessels are getting ready with all despatch.' Alice. for Port Phillip and South Australia, 14th Instant Mary for.thesfishery Caledonia, for'Ltuinceston, Swan River, and King George's Sound. 20th lnstantt. Perseverance, fur Newcastle, Abercromnbie, for Port Phillip 19th in.tant. Currency Lass, for Bty of lands-13th instant LAID ON, OUT TIME OF SA1?lNG NOT FIXED. Despatch, for London,:in..all Febrhaty. LordE don, for Lsadondon,'In all Felbrury. hlope, for Lrondon, in all Felt tary. Alf. ...

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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11, 1839. Nothing adventure, nor oughts set down in matice—SHAKESPEARE. Equalization of Convict Labour. [LETTER FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] Cowpastures, January 4, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 January 1839

.SIDNEY MSNITOR E COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER t FRI DAY .MORNING, JANUARY 11. 1839. "1N vhin ,trlen.tle, nor aaBl selt dow nn matice--SuAse. Equatliztion of Convict Labour. [f.LTrER FROM a CORRagSPONDET.] Cowpastures, January 4, 1839. 'You are not aware how these things are managed, aad how parties have accumulated sogreat a number of men,; without any very great fault ob the Govern n.-nt. excrpt not seeing such was the working of the ?'gulatiaunsand-neglecting to remedy it. One " mole:of deception is, to buy a section in the name of suonc relatrve expt'cted in the colony,-and as agent, to receive the men for the absentee, and add 'them to those on t he farm. lie has an aunt or cousin re siding with him-shte or he have a fictitious lease givean them ; the overseer has another; so that the propri.-tor manages to have three times 'the number of imen he is entitled to, all-working on the same farml under' the -samne overseer-aunt or cousin havilng no more interest in'the land' than you have....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 January 1839

Advertisements sent to this Ofce, must specify on the face of them, the number of times thei areTo be advertised ; otherwise, they~ will be continued and charged until counlermnanded. For .Londbn Direct. TO SAIL THE'FIRST 'VEFK IN MARCH. THE FINE Al . CHARTERED SHIP Portland, 541 Tons, has tile greater part of her Wool en. gaged; early application is thesefore necessary; she 'arries no oil. This vessel made her passage home lastyear in 107 days, touching at. Pernambuco, and landed her Wools in slrst rate order. Carries an experienced Surgeon. For freight or passage, apply to* GILCHRIST & ALEXANDER;ori, CAMPBELL. & CO. P.S.-Wool for shipment will lie stared free of expense. First Wool Ship of the Season. FOR LONDON DIRECT, T HE well-known fast-sailing British Built Barque Despatch, 862 tons burthen, is now taking in dead weight, and will commence loading Wool immediately. For Freight ot Passage, early application must be made to COOPER & HOLT. Agents. Waterloo...

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Court of Quarter Sessions. MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 January 1839

Court of Quarter Sessions. MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 1839. William Bowman was sentenced to be worked in an ironed gang for the space of eighteen months, for theft. Margaret Kelly was sentenced to six months third class Factory, with alternate weeks of solitary   confinement, for larceny. Michael McKenna, was sent to the Horse of Cor- rection for six months, for larceny. John Murphy for larceny, was sentenced to be worked in an iron-gang for twelve months. John Calaghan for larceny, was sentenced to an ironed-gang, for the space of three years. John Atkinson, for assault, three months New- castle Jail. TUESDAY, 8.   James Jerome, was sentenced to be worked for three years in an ironed-gang, for embezzlement. William Challener, found guilty of assault, was sentenced to be confined in Her Majesty's Gaol for one month, and to pay a fine of Five Pounds to the Queen, or to be further imprisoned for two months. Henry Graham, was sentenced to fourteen days confinement in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 January 1839

ABSTRACT OF ALL SALES BY AUCTIONs ? Which o-will take place before our neat pub?ecdton U THIS DAY. BY J.T. WILSON, at the Stores of Stuart A. Po - naldeon, Esq ,Pitt-street, at 11 o'clnck-25 Barstls fine India Pork, and a variety of Merchandise. BY J.T. WILSON, at the Cattle Mlarketr.at 12 ,-o'clockr:-precisely-30 Head of Horned Cattle. Brood Mares, Colts, Draught Horses, Horse and Dray. Timor -Pnias.. &c. BY A. POLACK, at his Bazaar, at 12 o'clnck-1000 Head of Horned Cattle, 1,450 Wethers, 1100 Ewes, h 1500 Sheep. 20 Milking Cows, &c. &ce. BY T. W. SMART, at Campbell's Wharf, at 10 n o'clock-Surplo stores of the Ship Portland. b BY ISAAC SIMMONS & CO., at Moore's Wharf, I at l1 o'clock-Deals. a TO-MORROW. BY J. T. WILSON, at Rooms, at 11 o'clock Household Furniture-at 12 o'clock, Wethers, Ewes,. Lambs, &c. At the Queen's Wharf, at half past 12 for 1 o'clock, the Pleasure Boat Jonathan. BY T. W. SMART, at Rooms, atll o'clock, Land at Bankstown...

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Female Education in Egypt. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 January 1839

, Female Education in Egypt. Extract from a letter of a young lady engaged in istrction in Egypt, dated in April last. '' On Wednesday 7th, I was officially waited on by neof the Officers of State, Hekekyan Effendi, who ad come directly frm,- his Highness ltMahomet All; nd formally asked if I would take in charge the Idcation of the royal females, consisting of a hun. red in number, principally his daughters, nieces, nd nearest relatives. Hekekyan said, "This is nly the beginning of Female Education In Egypt, or the Pasha has much larger tlews ; but he washes rst to try the experiment on his own family. l?ch depends upon the approbation of his elde't aughter, whether instruction shall spread through le country: only gain her favor and regard, anti on will carry every point to your utmost wishes." I begged for a few days' consideration. I felt that was already engaged in an important work, which ought not to neglect for any pecuntlary advantage, rincely as it may be. Mly friend-, how...

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Downing-street Patronage. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 January 1839

Downing-street Patronage. TunE CusrTOts DiPARTM?NT.-W- e find we were in error in a late number of the Colonist, in stating, that Mr Stewart, who has recently asr:ved with the appointment of Chief Clerk of the Customs, had been sent out to supersede Mr Gibbs. On the death of Mr Brown, the former occupant of the office, Sir Richard Bourke appointed Mr Gibbs to discharge the duties until the pleasure of the Lords of the Treasury (in whose gift the appointment is) should be made known. Their Lordships, after a lapse of nearly two years, have appointed Ilr Stewart, an officer of the Customs:De partment of nearly thirty years' standing, to succeed Mr Brown.-Colonist. We state this corrected part in fairness, s the article of our correspondent B.seems to have been built on the former statement of theColonist. The correction dlnes not affect he principle laid down by B, in which we perfectly agree, and hope B. will favour s with a continuation of his able comments n public matters.

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Sailor's Home. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 January 1839

Sailor's Home, At a meeting of the Temperance Society it was resolved That the Secretary be requested to intlmate through the Public Prints, that the Commnittee of the Temperance Society have in contemplation the establishlment oft Temperance li ntel and [LJdging House, and a Sailor', Homen; and that they are now -prrerd to enter upon this subject, provided the M.ercantile Comntunity of Sydney afford them that support, which the imnportance of the scheme in con tetmplatiun demand at their handss. If the Sydney Temrjerance Society can establish a " balor's IHome " in Sydney. equal in its management, internally and externally. to that of Cilcutta, they will perform an act of 1phi!nnthropy than which -t greater cannot be mentioned, so far as sailors are concernted. Their attempt should meet with the approbation and assistance, of all good men of every sect in religion, and party in politics.

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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 14, 1839. Nothing extenuate, nor ought set down in malice. SHAKESPEARE. Squatters. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 January 1839

SYDNEY MONITOR S COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 14, 1839. NJ1thing extenuate, nor aught sot down in malice. SMAK5lPARnE. Squatters. The Governor proposes to assemble the Legislative Council on the 14th of next month to provide, in the outskirts of the Colony, for the protection of the whites as well as the blacks.. This is as it should be. A second object we learn is, to provide for the expenses of a police beyond the boundaries. The last Sydney administration taxed the Squatters £10 a-peice. to provide them with a police. The money was collected, hut has not been appropriated to the object for which it was collected. In consequence, a sort of fraud has been practised on the Squ~atters, and which, between man and man in private life, would have savoured of either embezzlement, or getting money under false pretences. But the malus animuts is absent in a government, because tax is chucked into the public chest. Its mnisappropriation therefore, becomes a mere venal breac...

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The Building Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 January 1839

" Fhe-Builtdig Act. One would suppose that the Sydney Government ere it threw obstacles in the way oirbuilding houses, would have considered the isiflux of euitigrants, and reflected, that the builders of small- houses being discouraged. rents would rise. Accordingly, besides the general damp brought on, sawyers; bricklayers, carpenters, plasterers; p:tuters, and glaziers, rents are rising, and the lower orders are huddling together in old houses instead of inhabiting new ones. In the mean time, influenza rages, and presently we shall see new diseases the consequence of crowded houses. It is said, the Building -Act·was pushed forward from first to Jast..by the Fire Insurance Company, and that but for that corporation, it-would never have been cared about. The Insurance Company did right to bringthe subject forward, but itappears to, us, that our Legislative Council has not dis. played legislative tact in agreeing- to such great changes all at once. Great 'changes," esp'cially in a. ...

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GENERAL CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 January 1839

GENERAL CONDITIONS. 9. -The whole of the supplies of every descripition in each district are intended to be included in one contract; and, therefore, no Tenders can be received unless for supplying the whole without exception that may be required in the entire of a district, and or each district there must be a separate Tender. 10. Provisions and forage being required by ations according to scales under these respective reads, the Tenders are required to express the price er ration only, and not of the several articles, ex cepting that ofrum, the price of which requires to be separately stated. 11. Fuel and light, as well as the supplies for hospitals and penal settlements, being required by weight and measure, must be priced accordingly, as shewn under these heads respectively. 12. Contractors supplying road parties on the Bathurst or other roads similarly situated, are re quired to have at all times on the spot a supply for fourteen days in reserve, in the care'of a competent agen...

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