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SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 January 1839
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. Stock on hand the 12th inst.-B. P.rum, 86,789 gallons-brandy, 19,376 gallons-gin, 29,249 gallons -other spirits, 8,323 gallons.-Fig and Cavendill, tobacco, 104,663 pmsnds-B-razil ditto, 13,710 pound: unomamutactured ditto,20,621 poinds-cigars,3G,557 pound.--snuff, 2,678 pounds. Received during the week-Nil. Delivered for home consumption-B. P. rum 3,170 gallons-brandy, 1,399 gallons-gin, 383 eal. Inns--other spirits, 52 gallons-Fig and Cavendish ,hacco, 5,209 pomnds-?lrazil ditto, nil-unmanu. actured ditto, nil-cigars, 181 pounds-snuff, nil. Delvlered for exportation-1l . P. runm, 4,441 gal. Ions-brandy, 4y6 allons, -gin, 1,376 gallons-other spirits, 78 gallons-Fig and Cavendi.h tobacco,2,417 pounds-IBrazil ditto, nil-untoanufactured ditto, nil-cigars, 195 pounds-snuff, nil. stock on hand the I'lth Instant-B. P rum,79,178 gallons-brandy, 17,931 gallons-gin, 27.490 gallons -other spirits, 8,193 gallons. Fig and Cavendish tobacco, 97,038 pounds-Brazil ditto, 13,71...
MANIFESTS. IMPORTS. Reports from the 12th to the 19th instant. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 January 1839
M\ANIFELSTS. I.1 PO RTS. Reports from the 12th to the l6th inslant. January 12--SSANNA (barque), 256 tons, Ridley master, from Mauritios, W. Walker and Co., agents-3fi05 mats sugar, 102 casks molasses, W. Walker & Co ; 177 mats sugar, E. Dubols ; 20 mats sugar, J. Lord & Co; 08 cases olive oil, C. W, Roemer. January rI--SPECI:LATOR (brlg), lItons, Hlay master, from Launeeston, F. Girard, agent-2113: bushels oats. 729 bushels wheat, R. Campbell-2- bundles hay. Appleton & Co ; 1 bales hay, E. Lee; 19 hales hay, S. Samuels; 50 hags flour, A. B. Smith l 22 bags flour. II. lay ; 13 bundles kangitro skins, Salting and Giarrard: I ease ap parel, J. Carr 50s quarter barrels gunpowder, W. Wilson I 8 bundles hay, 1224 bushrls wheat, Order. January :6--I!Al.QRI UIN (schooner), 71 tons, Antler. soni, master, from Tahiti, F. Peterson, agent-26 casks cocoa nut til, 34 casks sperm oil, quantity of cocoanuts, 21 shooks, F. Petersonl, 2 casks arrowroot, tin bags sugar, 24 cas...
SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 21, 1839. Nothing extenuate nor aught set down in malice. SHAKESPEARE. The Wool Trade. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 January 1839
SIfNEY MONITOR &. COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER .MONDAY AMO)RNING, JANUARY 2,- 1839. Nothing erter.uate; nor uaugh set down in malice. SHAEaiPUARE. The Wool Trade. -ta [From the MoRtvuo CnROvIcL. September 10, l18s.] H.,I'TOl. S.INTI. TIMBR Waloo. F lit.-At this fair, which wav:. held on tilhe Ist and 3rd instant, a pretty arer e quantity was exhibited in bulk, and tihe attend ce e raof country staplers andi faelimnngers, as well as tlof hnvers from the manufacturine districts was laree. I-shrt sorts antlnder 18:.. and in lamnblls and old eheep-salin, -tlh s'ack generally heine light and dIllnaa?.I tratad, ales were freelvymnade at p ices?fullv reqn i?t wlat they ha:ve been ancing the last month. lu colhing wools sales were (dlil, the prices given ita the unwers having been hi~gher than have ever lIert otalinedtl in the manufacturing distlricts, or than tihe trade will support. The tluvers could not tleet tile prices tdemanded by -tle sellers, although th'e hltter wele willing to ni...
DEPARTURES [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 January 1839
DEPARTU R ES. On Thursday evening last, the bark Sovereign, Campbell, mastot, ar lHobart, with sundries. I'asaengers-Lieutept Pogam, Mr. Thomas Long erman and Miss Smith, On Saturday evening, the schooner Success, 80 tons, Captain Bainbridge, for Port Philip. Yesterday, the barque Roalyn C'sllU, 450 tons, Captain Duke, for Jondon with paducc.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 January 1839
'TO T!P. wEDITOR (IF THR Sydney Mo'oitor and Commercial Advertiser. SR--Having seen article in the" Osmmercial Joarnal of the 16th instant, in the elhape of a para graph descaihing, in very facetious htnguage, the sale of some property on the North Shore, by Mr. J. T. Wilson, and: haing snomein the same"neilgh bourhood, I took the liberty of doubtinar the veracity of the article, and enrtnireil of the anctioneer him self, who immedihately prodnced the book in which the sale was entered, wihen The truth was clearly substantiated. .I ;aion tonnd, that-these paragraphs are interteil in public papers for the edification of the subscribers, and that it is seldomt tthat thie tnc tioneer has anythiug to do wi It the-e spirited eman nations. As this is written to answer a. private view, anlt will tend in a snmall degree to sonahe the anger of an injured friend, I trqnest. the favour of your giving it publicity to tchilee a fi end, and am A CONSTAN [. IEADERI. Sydney, 17th January, 1839.
DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 January 1839
DISTRICTS. 1. District of Sydney-The Town of Sydney and along the Parramatta Road to the 8th mile stone at iurwood ; the road from Iron Cove Bridge to the Ferry opposite Bedlam Point ; the South Head Road, and all Roads leading to Botany Bay east of the turt.off to Liverpool from the Parramatta Road. 2. District of Parramatta-The Town of Parra matta and along the Road to Sydney as far as the 8th mile stone at Burwood; the Road from Parra matta to Liverpool to where it joins the main road from Liverpool to Sydney; the road to the Male Orphan School; the Western Road to Emu Ford; to Blacktown on the Richmond Road; the North Road through Mulgoa towards the Cowpastures to its junction with the Liverphol Rond at Mr. BlUxhtInd's farm; the Windsor Road as far as Rouwe IHill; the cross road by the Seven Hills to Tongnbe; the north road to Dural from Parra. nmatta by Cantle Hill; the north road from Bedlam Point Ferry to Dural and all roads within these already mentioned. 3. Disrict of Liver...
PROJECTED DEPARTURES [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 January 1839
PROJECTED DEPARTURES The following vessels will sail the first fair wind.— Jean, for Batavia. Edwards & Co., agents. Abercrombie, for Port Philip, was beating down the har bour last night. The following vessels have bent their sails ready for starting— Alice, for Norfolk Island, the 22nd instant. Simmons, agent. Currency Lass, for Bay of Islands, Milne, agent. Caernaurvon, for South Seas. Bagster, agent. Fairlie, for Hobart Town and Madras—Dawes, agent. Guide, for the South Seas. Street, agent. The following vessels are getting ready with all despatch.— Caledonia, for Launceston, Swan River, and King George's Sound 30th instant—Edwards & Co., agents Gaillardos, for Hobart Town, Launceston, King George's Sound, Swan River, and Calcutta, 20th instant—Lord & Co., agents. LAID ON, BUT TIME OF SAILING NOT FIXED, &nbsp; Despatch, for London, in all February—Street; agent Lord Eldon, for London, in all February—Montefiore & Co., agents Hope, for Lond...
PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 January 1839
PORT PHILLIP We have received a Port Phillip Gazette, of the 29th December. ARRIVALS. On 23rd instant, from Hobart Town, the schooner Blos som. Same day, from Launceston, the cutter Aquila Same day,'from the Straits, Her Majesty's surveying Brig Beagle On 26th instant, from Hobart Town, the schooner Agnes. On 28th instant, from Hobart Town the schooner Henry Freeling Same day, from Launceston, the schooner John Dunscomb Same day, from South Australia, the schooner Gem. DEPARTURES. On 22nd instant, for George Town, the barque Wallaby On 26th instant, for Sydney, the schooner Bessy Same day, for Sydney, the schooner Success Same day, for Launceston, the schooner Perseverance On 27th instant, for South Australia, tlle barque Den mark Hill
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 January 1839
Birth. At the residence of her Mother, Mre. J. F. C Dickenson, West Maitland, Hunter's River, the wife of Mr G. F. F. Arabin, of a daughter, on Sunday, the 13th inst Marriages. On the 24th August, by the Rev. W. H. Howard, M. A., Thomas Southey, jun., Esq., of Islington, to Anne Maria, eldest daughter of William Howard, Esq., of Hartley House, Devon. Deaths. At her residence, Parramatta, lamented by the many that knew her, Mrs. Jones, aged 78 years, upwards of 30 years a respectable inhabitant of that town, she retained all her faculties until the last moment. Yesterday, at his residence, York-street, Mr. &nbsp; DuncanBlair, aged 30 years, from the bursting of a blood vessel.
BRADFORD MARKET, THURSDAY EVENING, SEPT. 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 January 1839
BRADFORI D .M1ARKET, 'I'ItUitAl)AY EvsNING, S.VTr. G. WVootL MiAtIUT.--lhse sales have been effected darnltr the week, tonln: upon the, whole ,a better feel incv exists. Prices rnriain as they wrre. YA'&t MAIl, KiA.I..--Plices are n. nsinnally the samene bIt les biln le.isa ha- ieen tIhone. This may be ac'conllnted i'r, l lsniiy .e ravers being off, engaged at harve-t work. PIi.CE.\IAR KFT.--Ve can not rePprt any alteration since last week. The "loathly rteview of the Wor.-tad Trade. which appears-in this inmber of luir papel, co?tains such. a diect epittrle of the plle~ent .itate ofl thl marlket tihat we refer our readers theelPto, ill pielerence to inoerting herean abridged recapitllation. ?f4,E.i. *T.ues*day.--There was snmewhat less tnuis?latiln in oLur iurl.et yesterday, anld there -is .-ttflnite s?lnullch bu-ineas difin/g in the warelhuses. There i?' ttorng t the Illrutnltarlres, a rather general feeliing that wuol will nor.lmaintain its present prire cdl in 'the winte...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 January 1839
WANTED, A FOOTMAN, A character for sobriety will bhe required. Apply to Mr. Cimphell, Senior, George-street. 15th January, 1839. SUB-OVERSEER. A YOUNG MAN of good connections and education, wishes for a situation under a Ilaililf or head overseer on a grazing E'tabliahment being desirous to estahlish himtself ultinmately as a Settler. The adverttser is of rohbut and active habits, though not brought up as a fartmer. Salary no object, as tile advertiset's object is to make himself useful in ally active capacity on a grazing J.Etablislhment. Letters, pont paid, addresed A. S. at the Monitor Op?ice. George-street, will meet with immediate attentiont. A SMALL PRIVATE FAMILY can accom modate two Gentlemen in a very superior manner, with dormitories and board. Terms £100 per annum each gentleman, or one gentleman can have a dormitory, sitting-room, and board, where no other boarders will be received. References will be required. For cards of address, apply to Mr. Ellard, Music Saloon, Geo...
NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 January 1839
'NEWS OF THE 1DA'Y. The Parramat'a Capitalists are circulating their -intention "to establish a Bank in-that.guiet, rural, 'but n,.w populous town. SYDNEY ALLIIANCE AssuRANCx COM'PAN?Y.-A part of aMr. Snart's prelmises in George-street," hasbeen hiredtfor the Ocles fur the Companly. They will be open to~morrow and business will be corn. meneed. Mr.. A.RAuobinson has been appointed Secretary. . The compiler of the iTnde. to the Government Gazette, has, we; believe, nearly completed the coatiatuatiun of his useful work'for the year 1838. CoCAIToo.JsL~ND.-It- is rumoured that it is the intontion of the Government to station a large gang of smen on Cockatoo Island for the pus pose of quarrying stone, which there abounds of an excel Irnt quality. The stone, it is said, will be sold to deftray the expenses of the establishlment.-Sydney Gazette.-l1, hen Govertments buy and sell, a door is itstanfly opened to jobbing. The best check, though not a 'thorotigh prevesntraive is, to' make all sa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 January 1839
i H I Subscribers to the Sydney S onitor and Commercial Adver Stier are reminded, that no Receipts, except the regularprinted ones, printed it the Office, and signed in the hand writing of F. O'BlRIE & Co, are -cegular, or can be acknowledged as valid for nmoney paid the Collectors on aiccount of this Journal ABSTRACT OF ALL SALES BY AUCTION, Which ctill take place before our nest pubhcation, THIS DAY. A POLACK-at his rooms, at 12 o'clock, 84 acres at Castle Hill, and the Rose.Inn at Yass--also, on the ground in Pitt-street, at one o'clock, the Blickmakers' Arms, a Baker'sshop and two Cot •tagen; after which, 8 houses in Castlereagh street. SIMMONS' & CO-at the Mart, at 11-o'clock. Chariot and Gig Harness, Saddles, &c. JAM1ES B3' RN ES--at Appin, on the estate of T. Rose, at 1i1 o'clock, Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, Farm. ing Implements, Furniture, &c. W. 11EBBLEIWHITE-at his rooms, at .1 o'clock-Scotch Ale, Jrish Butter, Arrowroot, Merchandise; &c. S...
VESSELS CLEARED OUT AT THE CUSTOM HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 January 1839
VESSELS CLEARED OUT AT TIIE CUSTOM HOUSE. The CGrrnarvon for South Seas. Passengers none. The Medway for South Australia. Passengers none. The Jean for Batavia. Passengers-none. The Abercromby for Port Phillip. Cabin pas sengers--.Mr, and Mrs. Scott and four children, Mr. and Mrs Carrington and family. MLr LeSonef and servant, M?r. J. Montgomerie, AMr. W. Wright, Miss Lambie, Miss M'Kellar.-Steerage-,Celin Carrodll servant to Mrs. Scott, Duncan I own, wife and family, J. R. Bell and wife, and John Kells. The Fairlic, for Madras via Hobart Town. Passengers to Hobart Town. Mr. and Mrs. Webb, Mr. end Mrs. Greta and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Cobb, Mary Ann Richards and Mrs, Peek. For Madras, two natives of India. Souru AUsrnALIA -The bark Parsee,hadbeen wrecked on the 'Trowbridge shoals, aud the wreck sold at Adelaide. The brig Nereus, had not arrived when the ('atharir.e Jamieson left south Australia. The Pari?end-was soon to follow the-latter-vessel for Sydney. CARGO or THE '"JORN PI...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 January 1839
ARRIVALS. On Friday the 18th instant, the schooner John Pirie, 106 tons, Martin, master, from South Aus tralia the list instant, with a cargo of Oil and Wool. Paseengers--Lieutenant Field, R. N., Dector Philcox, and Messrs. Jacob, Barkers and Lee. On Friday the schooner Ulilea, Captain Waddy, 'for Otabelta, with sundtlea. On Saturday the 19th instant, the'bark Catherine Jamieson, 306 tons, Hutchinson, master, from Leith via Adelaide, left the former port the 23rd June, and the latter on the 13th instant, wirh mer chandise. Passengers in the cabin-Messrs. G. Hynde, Thomas Mitchell, George Clark, W'illiam Bark, and Mrs Burkfrom Scotland. In the steerage, James Jobson, Robert Monteitl, Richard Turnhull, Laughlan M'Neal, JanetWVhichlan, RobertM'Ken zie, James Hendry, Eliza Halliday, and Duncan M'Arthare from Adelaide. Captain Hutchinson, agent. Yesterday the whaler Achilles, Lee, master, Duke & Curtis, agents-with oil. By the treachery of the natives of Tucopear, she lost two bo...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 January 1839
From the O.SzrTTr. NEwAanntvALs.-The Parltad has brought a fill cargo of sheep and horses, on account of W. llampden Dutton, Esq.. who is -lsoa-rrived with his lady and family. We are glad to hear that out of 1.500 sheep ouly three have. ,beenlsost nnle.palssage. With thistaddlition our increase sif sheep during the last week exceeds three thousand-a somewhat substantial commemorallon of the seaood snal versary of the colony. VESSELS'EXPECTED FROM ENGLAND. 'Packet Ships from London--Maria, 420 tons, to siail 25th September; Barrosa, 7.to tons, to sail25thOctuber :d'danrd, 564 tons, to sail s5th Novemoner. Packet Ships from Liverpool-Orleans. 668 tons, to sail 10th September; Susan. 577; tons, to sail 10th October. Fronm London--City of Adelaide, 350 tons, to sail in all August; Francis Char!otte. :On tons: early in September: R.esource. 417 tonls. 7th September; Katherine Stewart Forbes. 457 tons, all September. From Ltverpohi-Parter.4utrtons, 25th August. From lundlee--Jud-s, :Inn....
Police News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 January 1839
Police News. FACY BA.LLS.-MIrs Sarah Tluut appeared on Friday last, to answer the information of the Chief Constable for selling one gill of runm, without ieing duly licensed, contral y to the Act &c., on the third day of January inhstant, to which she pleaded not guilty. It appeared that on the mlorning of the day named.in the iformation, -between the-very aeasonable hour of three andfour o'clockiconstable' Brooks went dbsguised as a- gentleman, with frock coat and .currespondiug costume, to a loft-in the rear of a houwat-the corner of - and Eliza beth-streets, where there was a fancy ball held, not for the purpose of mingling with the motley croswd (who were tripping it on thie" light fantastic toe") at the said ball up tile ladder, but to regale himsel and a brother of the staffwith a ball below, and where the worth) MNrsHunt was dispensing acclrhan. alian favors in the shape ofrpot of " heavy wet," and haalf pints of lighter cordials to the mirth ful revellers with untir...
South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 January 1839
S5outh A ustralia. We have received Adelaide paners of date the 39th December. one week later tholl our last. The removal of the port of Adelilde lower dowh the river, proposed by Colonel Gawler, was exciting great .controversy. Its opponents are the land-owners of the port. 'Its supporters are the rest of the Colony present, .ADELAaDE .PRICE CURRENT, 29rn DaccassRa. Ale, Dunbar's, per dozen, 16s to £?, London, per hhd.' 9 to £40, Ashby's, per barrel, -9 to Li0, Colonial, Ier hld. e7 to £e-lBeef per tierce, £'to £9, froeth'ib;' SId.to s 4d--Bntter fresh,:lb. 3sto 8s.6d..salt ditto as ad to 2s 6d--Coffee, lb. gd to Is-Candles.moulds, 'lb. Is 3d, dips ditto Is, wax ditto as (id-Casks, d1I, per tun £4 to ,5--Cedar per loot Gd to gd-Cheese English, lb. Is 4d to ls:6d, Colonial 'Is Id to Is 41d-Deals per foot, gd to Is Floor Colonial. per Olbahs. I£ l s to £1 5ss-Hams per lb. Is sd to Is Gd-Hops ditto as Gd to 34 4d-Hay per ton £9 to £10-Iron ditto £18 to 2,--Mazes n per bushel Ga to as-...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 January 1839
Advertisements sent to this Office, must specify on the face of them, the numtber of times they/ are to be advertised otherwise, they will be continued and charged until countermanded. mm~?'a • "? ' ,- ~ - - - ram rarmm un -'m m ~ nm? First WYool Ship of the Season. FOR LONDON DIRECT, T7 HE well-known fast-sailing British Built Barque Despatch, 382 tons burthen, is now taking in dead weight, and will contimmence loading Wool immediately. For Freight or Passage, early application must be A made to aCOOPER & HOLT. Agents. Waterloo Warehouse, Noveomber 29th, 1838. 3 N. B. -Liberal advances will be made to ship pers of Wool by this vessel, if consigned to Messts 1). Cooper and Co., London. Now loading at Newcastle, for London, a THE BARK Abel Gower, A. 1.,burthen 320 toni, J. Hlen. derson, commander. For freight of Vool, apply c to the Charterers, Messrs Campbell & Co., ,nd P. WV. Flower. Any Fatmily in the District of Himn- I ter's Rive', returning to England. will find...