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MODE OF DELIVERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 January 1839
MODE OF DELIVERY. 5a. No pa:t whatever of the supplies above speci. fied are to be received in charge of the Commissa riat, but all to be delivered by the Contractor direct to the parties or establishments entitled thereto, upon the written order of the Commissariat Officer in charge'of the district, or of the person autho rised fdr that purpose. 7. At the several fixed stations the rations for the trdops, the convict establishments, and the road and other parties, are to be delivered by the Contractor at the barracks, estahlishmenits, or huts where the parties to be supplied may be stationed, being previously to removal from the Contractor's premises approvedby a person authorised for the purpose. 8. The forage to be delivered by the Contractor at the establiehments where the horses or cattle are stationed, and in case the whole ration of forage be not required or delivered, each of the species to be reckoned as the proportion of the ration undermentioned, viz : The Meaie or Barley...
Bishop Broughton. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 January 1839
Bishop Broughton. TIIr FrI.MALR OtrIeAN C cilnnL.-On Tuesday last, a young girl apiparently about fourteen years of Cage, was put to tile bar, il enmpany with a min charged with indecency in the plhlic street. Tlhe gentlenºun who-had given thetm into-eastely of the constable'did unt appear, and' asihe fact was not ritnessed'by the constable, 'the man "who was stated to have been sober, was 'discharged. It was stated however, 'that the ?irl was drunk, arid irpor enquiry it was ascertained, that she had been before the Bench but a short timle before, and sen. tenced to thile stocks for' it similar offince. When questioned-by the tmalistrate, she stated she had neither fdther'nor motker.'and had been brought up in the Orphan School, but she did'not state to iwhom she was indented, or' how bhe'wils allowdd to be roving ithe streets at her own pleasure. There irnut-be something defective in the course ndopted for the provision of these .grl-, as this is not the first.case of a simlliar n...
CONDITIONS. QUALITIES OF THE SUPPLIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 January 1839
CONDITIONS. 4QULITES OP TIR sUPPI.rets. I. All the articles required by this notice are-to be or the best quality of their seteral kinds. 2 l'he Bread for all the purposes above stated tnust be the produce of clean, sound Colonial wheat, barley and maize, from which, on the military ration 2 per cent., and on the Convicts ration 10 per cent. has been extracted in bran and waste. Thse wheaten bread to be wLade in loaves of lbs., and the mixed bread in loaves of 3. lbs. each, and baked 24 hours before being issued. 3. The Fresh Meat for the Military Ration "to be in the proportion of 51bs. of Beef and 2lbe. of Mutton weekly; deliverable alternately in fore and hind quarters, when the quantity admits of it; for the Convict Rations the Beef is required in the same manner; Salted Beef being issued only in summer to Road Paurties, and when auithorised. 4. The Maize Meal to be similar in quality to the Wheaten Meal. and to be twice ground. 5. The vegetables for the hospitals, and other est...
MANIFESTS. IMPORTS. Reports from the 5th to the 12th instant. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 January 1839
MlANILES'TS. II PORTS. " I ..Reports from 'he 5th to. the 12th instant, january7-EW-ERETTA (barque) 356 tons. Gilmore. .m ster, from London. W. C. Botts, agent-84o bars 260 i bundles Iron. leo hogsheads-porter, 1i5 hogsheads ale, l91 barrels 25 half barrels pork. o0 firklins butter, 20 sheets lead, 12 cases I cask'copper. 20 tierces loaf sugar. 19 trunks 17.bales to chests apparel.,l case hose, 2 cases hilrts, 1 0 casks cement, I case haberdashery, 1 case pins and needles, I case straw bonnets, I case hosiery, I case ladles' apparel, I.casoanusdls, .i0 punchrons 20 hogsheads - -run, 31 butts I& hogsheads cherry, i"i hogsheads brandy. Is hogsheads -lun cases gin, so tierces tobacco, W. C. Botts-O pipes Benecarlo wine, 10 hogsheads rum, 6 kegs honey, Lamb & 'Parbury-3 gigs, I phaeton, I case weavers' shuttles aad spindles, 3 cases hosiery, 8 cases I8 casks 15 Ipackges grindery. 21 casks loaf sugar, 1 case British goods, Cooper and Molt--7 casks bottled beer, 1d higshea...
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 January 1839
*PROJECTIED DEPARTULRES The following vessels will sail thlefirst fair wid i-d I'ralliam Roger, for' Batavia. flygeia. for Lontlon "Curnarvon for South Seas Fairlhe, for Hobart Town and Madras Portswa. for Java James Patlisoun, for Guamt Thd fdllowingvessels 'havc bent their sails reatly for startint : Paul Pry, for'Port Phillip Roslyn V'astle, for London, 14th Instant J/lagnet, for New'Zcealaad, 15th instant Currency Lasn, for Biy of l-landi, 15th inhtast Sovereign for Hobart the, 14th Instant. The ftllowing-vessels are getting ready with aill desatlh - Alice. for Port -Phillip and South Australia, 14th instant alloaryfor thl filbhery ,Caledonia. for Lsaunceston, Swan River,sand King .Abercrombie, for'Pori't Pr;fi ;'o. ....... -LAID ON, tUnOT TIME .OF-SAILINO NOT 5IX.RD. '7)espalch,fao London, in all'Febhrualy. 'Lord Edon, for London, in ill February. Hope, for Loldon, in all Fehruary. Alf, ed, efor London, .(nut yet in ,pi t). Laura, for.Liverplol ChColumnbian, for Liverpobl. Argo...
FREIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 January 1839
FREIGHTS. To London--Wool, lid per lb-oil, old itucenre, •£4 5s to £4 15s per tun--thuber, £5 10s per load-flax, £6 per ton. To Liverpool-Ditto ditto. To Hobart Town aed'Latuceston-£1 5s to £1 10s per ton. To Swan Rilver-'£I 10s to £2 per ton. To New -Zealand and South Sea Islands-£2 to £2 10s per ton. RATES OF IN-UItANCE. London and Liverpool-21 to 3& per cent. Hobari'Town-1 per cent. Launceston-lf per cent. Swan River-4 per cent. New Zealand--1 per cent. South Sea .stland--2 per cent. u 1 -u u ums m nnn• • |I '?
Mauritius. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 January 1839
.Mauritius. From Le Cernben of 24th November. Sdles 2,544 bags of -Sugar, beat, jsuue 5 35 to :. 3 ; 1,862 bag.jaune ordiauilre 4. 95 to 5.20 - 1,:t6i bags ja;une -commun -4. 40 to 4 (il ; 741 bn gris 5.40; 1,500.gris ordinaire.5. 12 to 5.30. Sy?rup 879 bags I-t quality, 3. 75 to 4. 6 :; 3,023 bags 2nd. quality, 3. 0 to 3. 70; 242 bags 3rd, qu:tlity, 2. 23 Tile Henry and Caroline were Iath laid on for Sydney. The former was to sail in about tenrdays after the Su wtnt/ah Anne.
SAVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 January 1839
SAI: CD. Dec 21--Sailed the schooner Sdilty Ann; 59\,us Sanders, master, for Pout Philip. -Passengers -F. Henry,' Egq. and.?13 whalers. SDec. 22-Sailed the schooner Jdhn DumcEnbe, 88 tons. ll'Lean, taster, Icr Port Philip. 4-,rsn gers-Mr. W. Campbell...iMrs. Campbell and:kild, Julian Campbell, Miss Bncchn'. Alexauder Lrum moud, Mis Ann Dumunnond, Mr. 3l'Lecm , G. 'Miller. Mrs. Miller, P. Bretakinln.J.es Harrurstid P. Reilley Dec. 22-Sailed tae 'harque children, 25 tmbn, Brown, umaster, for South Aus.tralia. ,Pa.eenfes Mr. and Mrs. Thompson and 4 children, Mlr.ald M rs. Cordyand fanmily, Mlesrs.-Kean, Cook. Ketrle, Mills, John Winch,Thonmas Canaughty and Sanuel Bt an, Esq. Dec.24--Sailed "the barque Jfricaine, 316 ton', Dutton. master, for South Seas. Dec. 29-Sailed the -schooner Aquilla, '40 toPs, Bentley, master, fur Port Philip. Passengers-,. Beard, -J. Oakhy, J. Whitehouse, J. Hulley, J. 'M'Hugh, Mr. Stupor, SarahrJunes, Mrs.Candy:nd two children.
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 January 1839
.-DEPAILTU ES. On Ftiday, the Ilth instant, the barqne' Oil of Edinburgh, 316 tong; Capt. ThomipsoI, for Newc s - tie, in biallast, to tnke. in wool. Same" day, the brig Govenor Phillip, .150ton, , Captaiti'Boyle, fo Norfolk 'Island, with government slores. Passentere, Major Bunntbnry,' 80th Iltg't., ('apt. Nesbitt, 80th Icee't., and a guard of the Itusa 'Regiment over 43 convicts under setetnce of trans portation. ,Saoneday, the basoe :.Lddy Nugent, 535 tons. Captain Dalton, for 5Batuvia, in ballast. N o passen Yesterday the YIillian"Roger, Captain Currie for sBatavia in ballast. Passengers none.
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 January 1839
, ?S ipping ~ntetrigence. ARRIVALS. *On Thursday, from South A meris, 31slt October, the ship Me.lra., 450 tons, Captain 'Bo,thwick wiclt. with .3:363 hag, and 1,500 mats of sugar, and 18 pieces cedar. Mr. F. Sli'chell, Agent. Same'day from the lMaulitiusthe ?t7tt Novembrer, the barque Susanni/S, 256 tons, Capt. John Ridley, with sugar? &c. "Passengsrs;cabin--M r. BIrowurigu, MlrslBrownrige, seven children, and three scr'vants, Captain Pogson, Bengal Army, .lrr Robert Reeves. Mt's Reeves, and Miss Reeves. 'Yesterday, fron Hobart the 3rd instant, the brig Siren, 134 tons,-Captain Blackhurn, with Colonial Prodlue. Pa-senacrs, cabin-Mr George Keough, and SMr George Ed;nburgh. Steerage, Mr Thomtas Bird, 4lra.Bird, and Richard Hunter. 51r D. Egan, Agent. On Satutdayitight,t'te brig Speculator, Captain Hay, frnni LUnnceston, the 7th instant,.with Wheat, Flour, Hay, and Giunpowder. 'Pssengers, none. Owners, Glrald & Co.
South Australia. SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN, DECEMBER 22, 1838. NEWS BY THE MONA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 January 1839
South Australia. soUTIICER AUSTRALIAN, DECEMBER 22, 1838. NiWS nY THE )IONA. The Mona arrived from England yester dav, bringing papers and letters up to the loth August. We will give an analysis of the English news next week, in the mean time we extract a little South Australian intelligence of the latest date. The sales of land in England for the month ending 31st July, amounted to 4480 acres. Mr. henry Cooper is appointed Supreme Jndge of this Colony, and he was expected to leave England in Septembher. Mr. Gouger has been reinstated in his oflice of Colonial Secretary, and he was expected to sail in the City of Adelaide in September. Mr. Gouger has been maost kindly and cordially received in Eng!and, and at the time the Mtnu left, a subscrip tion was on font to present him with at handsome pIiece of plan', friom the friends of South Australia. He had nlho received an invitation from B1irntinghan, to be pre sent at at apublic dinner to be given hint b) the friends of the colony in ...
New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 January 1839
TNew South Wales. (Vre call the attention of our readers to ' the gross ignorance displayed by that most respectable Paper the Spectator, of the general morals of New South Wales.--ED. SYD. MON.) Crime and immorality of every species and degree flourish in the Penal Colonies of England. It is not merely that a certain portion of wickedness is transferred from one part of the Britishldominions toanother by the Transportation system: that system gives a direct stimulus to the growth of vice and the perpetration of crime, which could scarcely be applied to the same ex tent in any other way. Transportation, as at present managed, might be a cunningly devised plan for the multiplication of vil liany, and the conversion of a beautiftll and fertile country, into Sodom and Gomirrah. But though such are the rest-Its in the Colonies, is not the Mother Country benefited ? does not tannsportation act as a preventive of crime in England ?--It has been a!rendy stated, on the authority of Sir \Vil...
THE RAINS. Southern Australian, December 8th. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 January 1839
T'lEI R \INS. Southern Autrtlirn,, DIecember Bth. During the last week we have nad 0l it delightful rains. Indeed, one of the most encouraging nspect, of this colony i4 the regularity and abundance with which the refreshing moisture de-cends. \Ve have been favoured by Mr Kingston, civil engi. neer, with the following very interestin, register of the ra:n guage for the last tour months; and when we consider that during the first three months of he same pernod not a drop of rain had gladdened the exten. sive terri ory of New South \Vales, we hIs rre:at renson for thankfulness tlat out " lines have fallen in pleasant rlaces." NAIN GAUGaC.1 Aug. 15 ....... 115 Oct. 0........ 64 24........ 3..J 10........ . 25........ 250 11.........' 29........ 03 15........ aI 3)........ 01 17........ 03 Sept. 5........ 125 24.... ...361 (........ d; 25........ '5 7....... 083 26(........ Ii 8........111 Nov. 12........ 08 9........305 13i........ i 10........021 14........ l, 12........ 03 Dec... 10. ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 January 1839
Birth. At Waterview, on the 10th instant, the lady of George Cooper, Esq., of a son. Marriage. On Wednesday, the 9th instant, at St. John's Church, Parramatta, by the Rev. H. H. Bobart Henry Tingcombe, Esq., to Caroline Flora, eldest daughter of the late Captain M'Leod, R.N. C.B. Death. Died at No. 1, George-street on Wednesday last, Joseph Rookin, Esq. On Wednesday last, the 9th instant, after a painful illness of one month, whioh she bore with christian fortitude, Susan, the only daughter of Mr. Robert Abbott, of South Brent, Devonshire, and the beloved wife of Mr. E. Sparke, jun., of Revensfield, Hunter's River, aged 34 years, deeply lamented by all who knew her.
NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 January 1839
NEWS OF THE DAY. MR. Po,ACcK's New ZeAr,AND.-VWe have read Mr. J. T. P'i.ck's New Zealand, and been as much entertained as informed The character of the New Zealanders is depicted in all its ranmilica:ti'ns, inionsistent as these appear with each other; but ilius trated as they are by ahundacne of facts. the reader gets a clear insight into the nature of this extrao~rdinary race of savages. The account hears the stamp of fidelity, and the reader feels as satisfied of the correctness of the Portrait, as if he had been among them all his life. Tfhe Geo graphy, geology, me'eoro'ogy, and botany of New Zealand, are all touched upon in a practical and useful way, so that on rising ,rom the perusal of the two volumes, we (ind ourselves sufficiently masters of the country and of the quality of its inhahi tants, to be convinced, that further readng on thi, subject, would be superflious. No thing seems omitted. I'he style of the work is remarkably adapted to its contents,name ly, off-hand, li...
Immigrants. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 January 1839
Immigrants. 'tinmplaints having been made against Doctor M'l.uan, Surgeon Superintendent of the St. George .niiigrant ship, they have been enquired into by a Board, composed of the nmsigration Agents of Sydney, tile Posst-Master-General, the Hlasbour lcater, "the First Police Jlagistrate, and hMr. Montgomery. They report,-that the discipline kept 'n Iumrd. the St. 'George by Dr. M'1.Lean, as re garded the health of the passengers, appeared to 'thesm necessary and Inudable, and not to .justify ,the complainst-made against him. A Mr. M*Doumnld was thie chief mover ,of the complaint. - This person it has been ascertained, has 'brought out with hinm .,1.2O0-; so that:!in lieu of :going to labour to remunerate the Colonist for paying his pnssage, he has engaged the services. ofr"si of, his fellow-passengers ' . The pausengers by all emigrant ships claimi? ; '7 . - the expense of their passage to be paid by the public, are first examined by a Board, in Sydney, of which we believe "Mr. Pin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 January 1839
SAtES. BY-AUCTION. "NOTICE. 'N reference to an advertisement 'for-thesale of L Splendid Properties at NEW TOWN '·ORTH SHORE. 'It has been deemed advisable by the Promprietorto Ipostpone this Sale until TO-MORROW. Tuesday thle 15th instant, when 'it will be positively sold 'without reservation. The-ground of postponement was a misrepresenta 'lion as to the title, but the public are respectfully informed, the Deeds may now beseen at-the Offices, 74, George-street. Postponement of Sales of the under- t *mentioned valuable Maitland and -other Properties. n. T, WILSO N, 'In reference to a former advertisement,-announces to the Australian world, that the extensive Sale of the Maitland Property, has been unavoidably Postponed until TO-MORROW, Tuesday 15th 'January, 1839, when he will dispose of, to the highest bidder, at his established Sale Rooms, at half-past Eleven for Twelve o'clock, 'TpFIE UNDERMENTIONED PROPERTIES I. viz: Six Allotments of Land in the flourishing Town of Maitland, ea...
Country Justice Wisdom. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 January 1839
Conitry Jastice Wisdom. 1iajor Sullivan, thu Police Magistrate at Raymond Terrace, is creating great annoyance to,-sad eonse quent dissatisfactlon among the settlers int his juris dictionn, by havlig lately sentenced prisoners of the ci own to the sread.mall at Sydney. .His uniformity on this head hals iriduced the belief, that'he will pass his sentencein preference of till others. -This sentence is, ,irtually, cracking stones at Syd ney il n tvery easy c'fmfrtable way 'for it is not long ago that the treaid maill was overstocked-and we suppose it continues so still. The expense of sending these convicts backwards and forwards must le great. .The loss of thlamaie's ser, ice Is also great to the settler. 'The punishment in every point of view seems so absurd, (supposing itlnot to.be done fromn a desire to show tile Mltajor's mighty power over agrictaltnal labour, and the welfare of tile settlers.) that it can only be accounted for on the supposition, that the Alajor has received orde...
Van Diemen's Land. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 January 1839
Van Diemest's Land. Vevselp advertised frr London. Sir Georaedrthiur, 390, tone--Mary, -400--Mierua, 330--S-,ererigv,: 243( for Live"porl) and De'rw ,?(,!36:2-.la!4flolater, - L-,.uuisa, 305.- d.uriga and )e?rnoes The bhaque Jdebe 25i3 is advertlusd for silu or charter. '~lheaniiltou 250 is advertised for freiglt orcchatter 'The Alurguart Wilkie, 239. andTi'Teloue, 133, for South Australia. The 'LadZy of the .Lake, T'"asmanlan 3base, and Bandicoot for.Port Philip. .At RIVALS. Dec. 29-Arrived the brig 'Loulsa, fromLneodon .14th Auust, .H. Itoach, amaster, 181 tons, Cargl, general-Passengera none. .Drc 29.-Arrived the adhooner Abea?w. 105 tons - gawson, umaster, from Sulll th "Auutratia"14th December. 'Cargo, provisions, powder, &c- Pas senRers, Jamues'Cartouy. iMr. NadI, IMrs. Swie anil 5 children, Miss F. Hawaun, Mr.Jones. Ageut A. Morrison. Dec. 24-Arrived thecutlter PioAwirrk,..25 .tons,' Jr mpster, master, from Port Philip. Pu.seenger. Mr.P Francis. c "i ml. r.Di-c. 28 -A...