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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 17 October 1838
EXPORTS. I erm Whale, per ton .. . 0.0 Black ..... . 20 0 FLAX--per ton : New Zealanid, rough. .. ". 0 0 +,flz. ... 90 0 0. Blue Gum, per load . . .. 15 0 a 0 e Cedar, per foot.. .. 0 0 0 SunaRER-- 0 Trecnalls, per thousand. .. 0 0o 3 lidles, salted, per lb .. 0 0 2 Beef (Colonial).. ... .. b 0 4'j Pork (ditto) .........0 0 7 Flour, per I10 Ibs ....... 0 0 - 120 Soap, per lb (Colonial).. .. O 0 4& Candles .. .. .. .. 0 0 6 GRAIN Whoat . .. ... .. 0 0 0 0 ? Maize .. .. .. .. .. 0 3 0 a 6
Sydney Wholesale Price Current. October 16, 1838. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 17 October 1838
Sydney Wholesale Price Current. October 16, 1838. IMPORTS. SPIRIT? -(in bond) p gallon.. .. £ s. d. + a. d. Rurn, proof.... 0 4 0 6 6 Brandy . ....... . 0 5 0 0 3 Gin, pale . . .. .. a 0 0 ToBAcco- Negrohead,perlb .. . 'O 0 0 0 2 3 Cavendish " .. 1 10 SVGAR Manritins, fine, per ton 2, 0 0 0 Brown ,, ... , a 0 0 26 0 0 Java ..... .. .. 22 0 0 23 0 0 Reoned, per lb.......... o 0 10 COFFrra , .. .. . 00 8 0 1 0 Sonchong, per chest . .. 8 0 0 llyson-skin ...... 4 10 0 4 12 6 Ilyson, per box .. ....... 2 2 0 East India, Patna, perbag .. 10 0 Java ,. ... ..1 1 0 SPICES Pepper, per lb.. . . 0 0 3 0 0 4 Cloves ,, .......... 0 3 0 3 6 RAISINS- Cape ., .... .. ... ..0 0 4 Smyrna .. ... ... 0 0 4& WINns-(in wood) Sherry, per pipe . . . . 0 0 0 0 Madeira ., ....... .. 25 0 0 45 0 0 Tenerlife .... .... 18 0 0 S0 0 0. Port ,,.. .. ...3 0 60 0 0 Cape .. .. .. .. .. 10 0 0 (In bottle)- . Champagne, per dozen .. 2 10 0 3 5 0 Claret ,.. .. .. I.. 1 0 0 110 Madeira .... .. .. 1 0 1 10 0 Sherry...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 17 October 1838
We have seen a complete new Testament in the New Zealand language, which wiv printed and published at the Bly of Islands. The translation is by the missionaries; the camposing of the types, the pressiltg off, and the binding of the sheets into a book, were all performed by Mr. WVm. Colenze, of Marsdlen's Vale, Bay of Islands. The printing is better thian what is done at many printing ofilces in L:ondon, and asgood as most. In short, a .neater ,volume cannot be desired. Of the correctnes of the translation, of course, we cannot give an opinion.' . .. FATAL ACCODENT.-On Sunday, three men hired a boat of Trump. the waterman. to proceed to the floating light on a visit to an acquaintance. Going dowvn the harbour they put into Mlossman's Bay. and knocked off the rocks a quantity of oysters. Pro ceeding farther on, they put into a bsy near Brad ley's Head, and two-of them went up to a house to procure a light for their pipes, leaving in the boat Andrew Thompson, carpenter of the Runnymede...
Police News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 17 October 1838
Police News. John Donovan, a child aged twelve years, was charged with being found sleeping under the verandah of Mr. Mlouten's house, on the Brickfield Hill, and as he said that he had no place to sleep, the constable took care of him. The child stated, that he had no friend to take care of hitns but his step-father, John Green, who cared nothing about him. His ,iother was undersentenee for a robbery; she was a Catholic, and used to attend the Catholic Chapel, but his step.father went no where. (The Bench ordered him to be sent to the Catholic School to see if they would take him in.) Henry Jones, assigned to Mr. Wright, was charged with absenting himself the day previous, two hours beyond the time sufficient to- execute an errand upon which he had been sent, and with Areing found by his master, drinking in a public house. Sentence, to receive a corporeal punishment of thirty-six lashes, and returned to his service. The Ipublican's name did not transpire, so that lie will proba.bly...
SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 17 October 1838
SHIPPING NEWS. (From the MORNING CHRONICLE, 13th June. Plymouth, June 10-Arrived, the Susannah /lnn, Buckland, from Launceston. Hastings, June 9-Arrived, the Caroline, Warden, from Hobart Ton n; w'as boarded on the 30th April, In Lat. 8 O N., Long. 2?7 W., by a piratlcal dcho,ner, and plundered.of ne:t ly all her provuliuns, live stock, jolly-boat, and severall' other articles. Gravesend, June 9-Arrived, the Anarrianne, from Hobart T',wn Harriet, from Lannoec.to ; andl Caroline, from Van Dienien's .Land. These three vessels are reported at the Custom House on the 11th inistant. Entered outwards for nlading, the 11th June, the ..Matland, Baker, for Sydney. The Pelorus, b'ic: of war, hauls on the Pant.i this in"1nint. An attempt was made ye't.rae "tlip heave her on, but on netting her fore-foot out~nof water, it was found that the cradle did not fit owit to her bottom beine huilt eo verly sharp. The Runsymede has cleared ontw arda for ha.ni.. she Will sail to-day .or to-tuorrow.
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 17 October 1838
DEPAIRTURES. Yesterday, the schnoner Paul Pry, for Port Phillip. Peisaeneer , Dr. Thlwon. Mlr. 1VehMter. Al. Nodin, Mr. I'ipe.r, Mr. Hinclicliff, Plhillip Cuin mings, Janmes WVist, Aichiry, and AclIora, nativesi of Bengal, James Loving and wi-a, -naac Bryan, F. Haiding, Saninel Dowling, and. Patrick Iurns, a prisoner of the Crown.
Mauritius. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 17 October 1838
Mauritius. The following were the prices of sugar at th* Isi of Fiance, on the 13th 'utus.t, as per Man'itia Price Current--Suar, white, none-'Fine yelloºn good yellow, low yell.w, fine grey, good gi ey, lon arey, brown, good brown, low brown, small and in demand. Syrup. none. Molasses, moderate. Tortoise Shell, (Seychelles) small. The followinL was the rate of Exchange-On L.on don,'Mauritius Governnment bills 30 days siehr, 3, r. 4 per cent preen-New South Wales, :in days, 3: to 4 per cent piremi-li suritin Bank hills 6 monlnr . Private hills, 40 days, from at par per cent premn. Private hills, G months si.gt., Oni France-Prlivate bills, 90 days sight firn at ipa per cent premiuml SOn Bourbon-Private bi:l,, 15 days sight, 31 to 4 dis per cntdiscolnt. On Calcutta-Pilivate bills, 30 days sight, 5 c. p C. it. On lMlat?s-Private BHill, 3:0 tl;vys s?ilit, 5: c. Ip. MI. II. On Cailcata Cotpllliiy'S Hills, 60 d.ay sight fi ol Londoln 51 c. p. C. It. Tile unileirnientioned were the terrn o...
Van Diemen's Land. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 17 October 1838
Van Diemen's Land. ARRIAL.s. September 18.-The bark Parsee, 348 tons, M'Kellar, from London, 16th May, and Tenneriffe 14th June, with a general cargo, Kerr, Alexander & Co agents. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Gould, J. H. Gould, Henry Coxen, Mr. and Mrs. Tosbroke and child, W. E. Tosbroke, Jean Ann Tosbroke, Lucy Elizabeth Tosbroke, Miss Authwaite, Messrs Blackell,- Kerr, Lea, Carey, Grimfth and wife, D. Griffiths, Wilson, Gilbert, Benstead, Mary Watson. 19-The brig Frances, 216 tons, Kirkins, from London 12th May. with a general cargo, C. M'Lachlan, agent. Passenger-Mrs Kirkins Market Prices, New RWharf Se~tember 20 The Market has been scantily supplied with pro duce during the past week-wheat 7s, barley 5s. to 5s 6d per bushel, potatoes £3 10s, to £4, tur nips £1 10s. Carrots £3, Port Arthur coals 12r per ton Walker's Mill.-There is little varia.. tion in the wheat market since last week. and pri. ces remain firm at the former quotations. Man. nington's Mill-No alteration in th...
Law Intelligence. SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 17 October 1838
Law Intelligence. SUPREME COURT-CIVIL SIDE. MONDAY.-Upon His-Honor, Mr. Justice Bur ton, t;aking his seat this :norning, and the first case upon the list (Mr. Ryan against Colohel Wilsoni) bhing called on, ten special Jurors only were found to be pilesent. The reulainilng two, after the delay of about an hour, were still not forthcoming. His Holnor slid not think if would he dignified for the Court to wait longer while a jurv was being hunted upi in the'streets; the cast', therefure, must stand over till the next term. Josephlonl v. Cavenagh--which was the next case upon the paper, had been -ettled. Jssephson v. Fulton.-No Jury being forthcoming in this case, it stands over till next term. Hall v. M'Eachern.-No Jury had been even suuntnmotcd by the defendant (whose duty it was,) In this ca-e; it also stands over. The Special Jurors who were not in attendance, were ordered to be fined £10 each. The Court-then adjourned.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 17 October 1838
i1ONDAY, OCTonuIS t 15. MItary Ann M''Gregor, anl orphan school appren. tice,. indented to Mr. Windeyer, was cltrteted by her nlatter, s.ith refusing to obey tie orders of her mistress in his, Mr. W.'s presence. lie stated .lhe was a goodl servant, but of a v'eI bad tempelr. In her defence she said that her nlstress had beaten her. This Mr. W. deniled, but altnitted thitt hi hituelf had felta strong inclination to cane her fr her impertinence, bult that lie had refrained. This part ofi the case was gone intri on Friday. fromit wlich day she was remanded until intday. When pilced at the bar, shie expressed sorrow for her mtistcon iltct, and promtisedt to belhave bettet in fiUll te. On the fa ith of this promise, tle iBench diischiargedI her, lh,lervinz that if she came there again on in silniar charge, she would be punished severely. Luke M'New, was charged with having been foind lying drunk in Clarence-street orernight, Ih:ving on it red worsted night cap, while. in his haid lie gra...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 17 October 1838
TO TIHE EDITOR O! THP Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. Slt,-aInm surprised that any one could sit and write such falsehonds to an Editor ofa putmlic journal as "was in your supplement of last Wednesday, viz, .' that Mlr. Peters, who resilesbetween BongBong. and Rungonia,- had lost 600 lambs" out of 900, in consequence of ,.tl. wes. forankig them, through want of food.," I now beg to infilril you, Mr. Peters has not above 900 sheep. Wetheis and Ewes, and the Lambs he has lost were from a Iltck of old Ewes he purchased somne short time since from alr. J. Janmle.on of Greenaleh Park; hebhas only lost about 10, and most of these the msother has .died also from old age, and bad management, on one of the worst runs in this colony. I will allow, the feed is not plentitul, but the sheep Is looking well considering in this part of the country. I am, Sir, your Obedient Servant, A SVBSRIBEaR. Argyle, October 13th, 1838.
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 17 October 1838
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ARRIVALS. On Monday, the ship Calcutta, 706 tons, Capt. Joseph Browne from Cork the 29th June, with 303 Emigrants, under the charge of Dr. Goodsir, R. N., surgeon superintendant. Saone day the brig liind. 141 tons, William Jones master, fro Port L.oui.t , M anritius, the 18th A\ugust. Pdssengers, M1r. H-enly lit,)ertson, and seven con victs, formlerly sohlliers at BIomlbay. The ship Msi oalisu I vesterlday to, the southward, was the Luad Blacki?ood, Captain Albert. the chief otticer of which ve+eel came into pot t with a hoat's crew, to obtain nmore hands. The vessel itself wiui not re-enter the port.
WAR OFFICE, JUNE 22, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 17 October 1838
War Office. June 22, 1838 1 7th Fbot-Colonlel E. Williamse, Inzspecting Field Officer of ia 4ecruiting District, to" be LicUt enant.Colosil, Nico Pcjpa'rd, appointed I.-itsptetiz Field Ofcer; Major T. Hall, from the Sd Foot, to be Lieutenant-Colonel, by purchase, vice Wil liams, whoretires. 28th Foot-Lieutenant M. C. O'Connell, from s]t Foot, to be Captain, by purchase, vice Potter, who retires. 80th Foot-To be Captains, by purchase-Lieut. C. R, Rait, vice West, who retires; Lieut. H. R. M. Gulston. vice Plunket, who retires. To be Lieut. enants by purchase--Enign Hon. W. Foster, vice Raitt; Ensign W. Tyssen, vice Gulston. To be Flnsigps by purchase-L. L. Montgomery, Gent, -ice Foster; Williams Cookson, Gent, vice Tyssen. m aI I m
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 17 October 1838
SALES BY AUCTION. WINDOW-GLASS-WINES --ALE GUNPOW-?_.R, &c.-TO CLOSE CONSIGN MENTS. 'O BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY T. W. SMART, 'THIS DAY, Wednesday.the 17th instant, at the Stores of Messrs. Edwards and Hunter, Fort street, at Eleven o'Clock precisely, and with out reserve, 'lIE undermentioned assortment of GOODS, ` to close various Shipments, and comprising One cask containing four dozen Port Wine One ditto two and a half dozen Bronti Madeira 'Five casks Roman Cement 'WVINDOW GLASS, NAMEaezy 'Two-cases 10 x 8 Five ditto 12 x 10 Eight ditto 14 x 10 Three ditto 16 x 12 Eight ditto 16 x 14 -Six ditto 18 x 14 Six ditto 20 x 14 Four ditto 20 x 16 Five hogsheads Claret One case each two dozen Larose Ten ditto ditto St Julien Ten ditto ditto Margaux Three ditto three dozen ditto Three ditto four dozen ditto Twenty-six ditto three dozen Vin Rouge de Cote Twenty.two ditto one dozen Leoville 'One ditto four dozen Barsac Seven ditto two dozen assorted red and white Wines Eight casks Plast...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 17 October 1838
FINE YORK HkAMS, J.ust Landed, and on Sale at Dunsdon's, FINE YORK HAMS, from 8 lbs. to 30 lbs. each October 8. rI IHE.undersigned -will purchase V-OOL, or 1 make advances on consignments to their agents in London. LAMB & PARBURY. Darling Harbour. BA N AN A S. ON Sale-by the Undersigned, and just received of a superior quality, at Eighteen-pence per lb., at his StalklNo. 4 Market-place, and at his bliop in George-street. G. BRERETON. FOR SALE, AT THE STORES OF TUIE UNDERSIGNED, BRIDPORT CANVASS, Nes. 2 to 7, half B bleached Sail and Roping Twine Ladies', Gentlemen's and Children's Boots and Shoes. LAMB & PARBURY, Darling Harbour. -TO LEET A FIRST RATE HOUSE, situated in Dickin son-street near Liverpool-street, admirably adapted for the private residence of a gentleman. Apply to S. S. Simpson, opposite the Gaol, lower George-htreet. NEW GOODS-JUST LANDED. TWELVE cases of splendid Dunstable and " Tuscan BONNETS Three cases Ladies' Stays One case Crape Shawls One ease F...
WELLINGTON MEMORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 17 October 1838
WVELLINGTON MEMORIAL. On Saturday last, the Sub-Committee, to whom the arrangements for carrying the above design into effect have been confided, assembled at the residence of :the Marquis of Londonderry, in Park-lane, aind .from thence proceeded, by appointment, to Apsley - House, where they were received by the Duke of Wellington. His Grace was addressed by the Duke of Rutland, as Citai man of the'Conmmittee, who stated, that he could say for him-elf, as well as for the noble and honourable individuals who had been so kind as to accompany him,ithat they had never been engager in any duty which had more directly called forth in them the strongest feelings of pilide and gratific.ation, than the occasion on which they now troubled the Duke. They were menmbers of a Committee which had been formed in order to give effectto the wi-lhes of a large body of subscriiers fromi. all ranks and classes and political parties in the British empire all equally anxious to see erected, in some con s...
NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 17 October 1838
NEWVS OF THE- DAY. The Bank of Australasia is about to establish a . branch establishment at Adelaide South Australia, if We understand that Mr. Raymond has made et arrangements, by which a late mail will always be g made up on Sunday mornings, for vessels leaving on that day. A notice will posted up of the hour at .e which such mails will close. Y Bishop Broughton has appointed the Rlev. Ed ward Rogers, a Surrogate for the granting mar. S riage licenses for the district of Brisbane Water. e Plans of scites of townships may be seen at the y office of the Surveyor-General. which have been ap e proved of by the Local Government: St. Leonard, " Cumberland. Aberdeen, Durham; Gundagne on Y the Murrumbidgee, about 54 miles beyond Y.ass; Mitchlells Town on the Goulburn 72 miles north of Melbourne; the last two are on the high road to Port Phillip, t The appeal cases were heard at the adjourned t sittings of the Quarter Sessions on Monday, and the judgments confirmed; not however upon the S...
SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON. Weekly Report, to Wednesday Oct. 17th, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 17 October 1838
SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON. &nbsp; W IVeekly Report, to Wednesday Oct. 17th, 1838, ARGO, brie,--Billing, master-Dawes, agent--t Mloore's Wharf, discharging BEIE, brig, Hunter master, D. Egan, agent, in Core, loading for Hobart Town. BEAGLE, H. M. i., Captain Wickham, Campbell & Co. agents-in Cove refitting. Blt 1M LEYS, brig-Knox, mtaster-Gilchrist, agent -in Cove CAPE PACKET, bark (whaler)-Dixon, master P. dIe Mest e, agent- in Cove, efitting.. CALCUTTA, ship-Brown, master-in stream, with CAMDEN, brig. Morgan master, Campbell & Co agents-east side of cove, refitting. CONWAY, H. M, S. Bethune, Captain, R. N', In Farmll Cove. COILO.IANDEL? ship, Neal. master, Walker & Co (gents-- ff their wharf, d?ischar"ing. CUIRIIENCY LASS, schooner-Datri, master--a Queen's What f, dis.charging DE -PATCH. bha k. Wood, master, in Cove, dt.t ch:r'uini into Letitia. DIRYADE, ship, Heard master. P W Flower agent -taking in tl:e Puckliugton's oil...