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VESSELS ADVERTISED FOR SYDNEY AND HOBART. as per Hardy's Shipping List, dated 27th September, 1838, and other Lists, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 February 1839
VESSELS ADVERTISED FOR SYDNEY AND HOBART., as per .Ha'rdy's Shipping List, dated 27th Septembri, 1838, anj other Lists, Asia, 536, Marshal, from Caomarty, N.B.-with emigrants 14th Sept. Anne t ,Mary. 2o0. Wilson. for Sydney-4th October - - Apolline, 440. Rogers. for Hobart 5th Oat Argyle. 579, Gatenhy. for Sydney loth Dec Augustus Cesar. ono; Lacy. for Sydney sth Oct Christiana, - ; from Greeuock, for Hobart and Sydney 18th November Chereott, 221. Nicholls, for Hlobart Ist Oct ChA·sker, - Arnold, for Sydney, cleared outwards toth August Dutchess oflKent, 312. Newhy. for Sydney loth Oct Danxron, - Ilassall master, for Sydney, arrived at Gravcsend 28th September Earl Stanh?pe., : o,n Tilly, for Launceaton, entered out. wards for loading 6th Oct Franris Charlotte, 30o. Metcalf. for Sydney. entered outwards 6th September, Sailed from Deal 27th Sept. Gilmore, 55o., Theaker, for Hobart, sailed from Deal 27th September Genrgiana, Son, Sherixlan, from Dundee for Sydney with emilrats, to si ...
EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 26th ultimo to the 2d instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 February 1839
EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 2~ith ultimo to the 2d intlant, inclusive. " January 2- SPECUULATOR. 97 tons. Butcher master, fur L.auuceston : 1697 bags. sugar. 284 bags rice; 25 pun cheons rum, II tierees tobacco, 3 kegs tobacco, lI baskets * olive L.,?2 casks ginger. c5-sks lime juice, I" bale wool . packs, 25 boxes suap, 4 eases mustard, 2 boxes'candles, 29 boags slt, 3 kegs colnnial tobacco, I case hats, I case Sapparel, 2 bales bags, 53 logs cedar, 3 logs rosewood. I ease bshrob. January 31-SIREN, 141 tons, Blackburn, matter, for SHobartTowu--90 logs cedar,. logs rosewood, 7 casks fish, 3 kegs I ease tobacco. 5 hides, 8 casks bottles. February I-SAMUEL BAKER, 2,19 tons, Wild, master, "for Mauritius, 6 tanks bran, s1 stone flags, 181 cedar .boards, I6 casks chicory.
SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 4, 1839. Nothing extenuate, nor ought set down in malice. SHAKESPEARE. English News by the late Arrivals. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 February 1839
SYDNEY MONITOR K, COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER ?BONDAY IOt)RNINCN, FEBRUARY 4, 1839. NothinreJ?inuate, nor aoghat sctdownin malice. Englis'h News by the late Araivals: WTVe hve received 'English papers to the Sth of .)crober. inclusive. The Gazette says the follow.: 4ing isan eztractifrnm the t dfla; of the fith October; we do not ,ee it in the' Morning Chronicle. If true, we doubt not but all the Colonies will gradually "e allowed to send Representatives to Parliamenut. But thgy must he sent. If residents in England, having their chief property there, are to be allowed .to.be elected,-then the havilg nominal AMembers in 'the Commons will be a mere ministerial job * -The convocation of the Governors of the British 'dependencies at Quebec is said to have for its object, the consideration ofa plan of Lord Durharn's for connecting all British North America in one .federal governmenlt, each Province retaining its own, separate Assembly, .vithout a I.egislative or Execu. .ive Council, which wou...
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 February 1839
PROJECTED DEPARTU'RES The following wessels will sail the firt fair wind. Samuel Baker, for Mauritins, Ryder agent Boynr, for Bombay-Captain Richardson. agent. Charles Kerr, for India, A. B. Spark, agent The following vessels have bent their saile:- ope,. for London. 3Monteflore & Co. agents Harlequin. fur New Zealand-Peterson, agent Guide, for the South Sea, Street agent Eart Daerham, for tlokinnga-A. B. Spark, agent Argo, for IMaurlitius-Dawes agent The following uruels are getting readyJ with all despatch. North Briton (if not sold) for Sounrabaya the 10th Feb. R. Rlow agent Pero. for King George's Sound and Indla-J. Gray commander & agent John Pirie for South Australia, JOth Feb.-A. B.Spark aeent Zphyr. ,for South Seas, Mouteflore & Co. agents
PORT PHILLIP SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 February 1839
pORT PIILLIP SHIIPPING." ARRIVAL9. On Thursday last, from Hlobart Town, having salid the 2nd instant, the schooner Tasrmanian Lanu, Smith, vith a general cargo. Yesterday, from Hobart Town, having sailed he Id instant, the schooner Bandicoot, Smith, with a gerae cargo, DXIARTURUI. On Sunday last, for George Town, the barque Wral.by, ltarburgh, in balla.t. Yesterday, for Hobart Town, the schooner.Adela e, Marc, with 19 bales wool. Yesterday, for Launceston, the schooner Industy, Buckley, In ballast.n Yesterday, for the South Sea Islands, the schooni Gem, Morgan, with a general cargo. The barque Denmark Hill, Brown, res umed her voyaga on Tuesday last. Tht Nope 300 tons, is laid on for Sydney, and was to sall the I3th January. The schooner ?aecesn is advertised as a regular trader between Melbourno and Sydney.
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 February 1839
DEPARTURES. On Friday evening. the schooner Kate, 40 tons, Cbape, master, for Port Macquirie, with itindries. Saturday morning, tlye brig Siren, 141 tons, Blackburn, master, for lIobart Towz, with sun dries.
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 February 1839
•tjippiplt ýfnttll e?e.€? _ yf. -0- ARRIVALS. Thursday, 31st January,--The Perfect, 658 tons, Snell, master, from Ports.mouth let October, and Cape of Good Hope 10th December, with wines, spirits, ale, porter, crockery and other mer. cbhandise.-A. B Spark, agent. Friday, 1st inst., the Dublin Packet, 121 tons, Wells; master, from Otargo, New Zealand, with 89 tuns black oil for G. Miller. and 35 tuns for J Jones--alo 12 cwt. of whalebone. G. Weller Agent. Same day, the brig Mfarian TWatseon. 146 ton Ayrst, master, frotm Hobart Towtn the 22nd Ja} uary, with 50C bags whe.it; 30 tons potatoes, po wine, porter, &c. Egan, agent and owner. Same day, the barque Hope, 800 tons, HI. I. Greaves, master, front Port Phillip HIeads El'riaiy, 26th January, with 19 bales of wool belongingo Mr. Cogi.n. Passengsers, o a officer and 60 ra? and file returned. Egan, agent. Same day, the ship Susan,- tons, Payn4 master, front Londonderry 18th October, with 261 Government-shipped Emigrants. Siime ...
Cape of Good Hope. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 February 1839
Cape of Good Hope; , The Ist of December, the day on which the entire Abolition of Slave Apprentice-hip was to take place, has passed over, without any extraordinary occur reneu. With the exception of some few individuals, who had mlasqneraded the,mselves as blacks, riding tlhrolugh the slreets inl crhaise, folilowed by a con course, the greatest part children, and a '?mall band of young boys, oroceeding through the streets with a flag, nothine has occurred indicative of any excite ment, or improper feeling or conduct. As was anti cipated. many families were suddenly, on the morn ing of that day, left without a servant in the house. In most instances, the manner in which the appren tices left their masters. wias most ungracious. The Rev. 5i r. Stegmann held Divine Service tor the eman cipated apprentices in tile Scotch Church, and the Rev. Mr. Beck in the Missionary Chapel, in Long stree t; and like taithfil labourers n, the vineyard of the Lord. they have dulty sald effectually imp...
Police News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 February 1839
Police Ne' * 'The ftMaitre il' Hotel of the ?itncr Hay Loft has b?ei fined 'in the penalty of 150, and in default of paynmeit,to bo.conflt ed in H M's goal for the p.pce of fourteen dsya, tipuln thle: information of Mr. Geoffce Mitchell, The elhef constable, .hp;althlidtigh 'o phihritlptor in the penalty; tild.thdinf.iniattun and posieilated thie defendpua at. liii owniprivate coiia aiuniting" toibhs' gusta. ., The. defcndant ·-i ...·-.T pleaded guilty to the charge otfaving opened a house at public amusement witholt having first ob tained the sanction of the Honq4ble the Colonial Secretary, and .?rged in eztetnntiou his recent arrival its the Colony and conseq ent incxperirince of local regulrtions. Mr. Itlithell's diligence, untder the circumastances, is dnerving of public commendationi, seeing that the wble of the penalty goes to the Queen. '7 I QtxruN v. PoLsacs.-The resent efae was brought to try the question as to !he liability, of Auctioneers to. pay the Market Dues'for eattl...
Van Diemen's Land. HOBART TOWN SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 February 1839
Van Diemen's Land. HOBART TOWN SHIP NEWS. Jan. I?.-Arrived the schonner M'arian 'Watson, lt4 ton?, .Ayrst, master, from Sydney the 8th inat , with sun dries. Janl. 16.-Arrived the barqueo tso6ettfa. Sl ton.. Samp son, master, from Newcastle the 8th instant, with sheep and coals. Jan. 22.-Arrived the barque Potentate, Captain l 'Oili christ, from Greenock the ad October, with a general cargo. Jan. 15.-Sailed the brig Lord UIfnart, i60 tots, Henry Simpson, master, for South Australia,'with a cargu of suodries. Jon. e1.-ssailed the brig Louisa,' sl tons, Roach,mastter, for'Sydney. Jan. 2S.--Sailed the schooner Agnes,: SO tons, Gray, master, for Port Philllp, with a general cargo. lle I)rerwent, Louisan. Mary. inau, and Sir George .rthur. are stilt adv-ertise1 for London, and the Soserreiie fur Liverpool. The I1e2S, 255 tons. is oLfered for sale, freight, orcthtrter. M?°taweT Ptelso. New ern 'Ky. J.t\'rARY 7.--N5 at Sst It| to s 6d, nttt Ss to 5s6d ; English barley as Od, Lt-pe dto 45 p...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 February 1839
Births. On the 30th ultimo, the lady of Mr. P. Long, of Elizabeth-street, of a daughter. On the 30th ultimo, at Engehurst, the lady of G. K. Mann, Esq. of a son. On the 29th ultimo, in King-street, the wife of Mr. D. Dole, of a daughter. Deaths. On the 31st ultimo, near Waverley Crescent, of asthma, Mr. W. Crozier, late a clerk in the Gazette office, leaving a young wife and an infant to deplore their loss. On the 30th ultimo, at his residence, at Windsor, in the 33d year of his age, after a short but painful illness, William John Fitz, son of the late Robert Fitz, Esq., leaving a widow and five children to deplore the loss they have sustained ; he was a man highly esteemed by all who knew him. On the 7th of December, in the 24th year of her age, after a long and painful illness, Mary Anne Norris, wife of Mr. Richard Norris, settler of Bong Bong. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 February 1839
DISTRICTS. 1. District of-Sydney-The Town of 'Sydney and along the 'Parramatta Road to the 8th mile stfne at Burwood ; the toad from Ironl Cove Bridge to the-Perry opposite Bedlam Point; the South DIead Road, and all Roads leading to Botany Bay enstof theturn.off to Liverpool from the Parramatta toad. 2. District of Parramatta-The Town of Parra. mnltta and along the Road to Sydneyeas faras -the 8th mile stope at But wood; the Road from Parra. mattato Liverpool to where it joiln the main road from Liverpool to Sydney; the road to the Male Orphan School; the Western Road to Emu Ford; to Blacktown on the Richmtnd Road; the North R?oad through Mulgoa towards the Cowpastures to i~h junction with the Liverphol Road at MIr. Blaalittd's farlts; the Windsor IRoad as far as Rouse Hill; the cross road by the Seven Hills to Toggalp.; the north road to Dural from Parra. nmatUd IY Castle Hill; the north road from Bedlam Poin. Terry-to Dural and all roads within these already mentiooed. --B. D).ri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 February 1839
SALIS BY AUCTION. BEPLYOIR HOtUSE. T& B 'r S oLf i' BY'Y AUCTION, ., Y., T. WILMON, TO.MORROW, Tuesday 5th of February, at- his rxtensive Sale. Rooms, at half.past Eleven for "tr fve -o'cloek p-ecisely. A LL those delightfully -situated and substan tially eredted Prelises, known well to the 4dolony.aa BELVOIR HOUSE. It is litUafed at the exteneme en. oT Elizabeth -street South, and has three roodsl and thirty perches of Lannd attaclied. It co4tains eighteen .Rooins, three-fourths of which slumbet'a terage sixteen eest by fourteen, and the. Drawing Room, ;Dining. Room, Breakfast Room and Sitting Room, are alleegnihtlyconteided andfitted ip with beautiful •Gat?s,; and Splendidly -carved Marble Mantel pieces, anid Bells lead from every Rdom to the Iitclieh. Thdr6 is a never-failing Well of the purest Water, which is proverbial for its clearness and coolness, indeed, were there such wattr on Smany properties in Sydney, their value great as it ,.now is would actually double itsel...
WOOL TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 February 1839
'WOOL. TRADE. [ Frsom the 11onsNo CIIRONICLE, October 8 ] ' l·IP.Rs).--Thle markets at hblth halls have bern -slacker 'this ?week than for,laroel tinle past, more pa.t cllarlv on Tul?da;y, :onie of tile larger buyers 'not beingl in.attendnnce. Tiresistiok of goods in tile lharrills is --nusually small fur the-season, which is mnriainly accounted for by the, circumstance of many of the manufacturers being engaged either inmann. factoring goods to order or in delivering to the mer .chant direct without taling to market; prices are stationary. Business is much the same in the ware 'Ihouse as of late. H UDDERSFIIELD I A RK ET, Tas DAY.-An average ,trade was done to-day both in plain and fancy woollens,-and in lig?lt fancy goods. -The demand .:forthle latter is daily increasing, with a prospect of great activity, as orders from the'continent and otilier parts begin to corne irn answer to the patterns sent out. Tuesday is now by no means the-only criterion for judging of the state of the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 February 1839
ABSTRACT OF ALL. SALES BY AUCTION * Which will take place before our nexrt pubheation TIIIS DAY. W. HEBBLEWHITE-at rooms, at II o'clock, sperm candles, ass ,rted merchandise, &c. SIMMONS & CO.-at Aspinall &..Brown's wharf, at 12 o'clock, Derwent Potatoes.. . TO-MORROW J. T. WILSON-at rooms, at half-past 11 for 12 o'clock, Farm at Cook's River, 2 allotinents in the town of Wollongong-Belvoir House-pro perty in Bligh.-street. MR. BLACKMAN-at the Commissariat stores. at 10 o'clock. surplus ship stores. J. hALL-at rooms, at II o'clock, Furniture, &c. T. W. SM.ART-at rooms, at 12 o'clock, Car riages, Harness, &c. - CAMERA OB3CURA. Hlold as 'Iwei"e the Mirror tsi to nature, SHiAKzSPEiAltE ACAIN! J. MEREI)ITII " ESPECTFUIA.Y ihrormis the L'adies. Ge, tleesn. Aitists, and tile public in general, thallt lie has 'Ofecled the produc' in of a CAM ElRA OBSCURA, which lie sulbits to their inspectionl daily, at present ou, the Race Course ; and when the eye ...
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 February 1839
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. Stock on hand the 26th ultimo-B, P. rum, 71,206 gallons-brandy, 16,501 gallons--in, 26.872 eall,,ns -other spirits, 8,144 gallons. Fig and Cavendish tobacco, 96,310 pounds-Brazil ditto, 13,710 pnonds .untmanufactured ditton, 20,621 pounds-cigars, 3:6,181 pounds-snuff, 2.678 pounds Received luring the week--B. P. rutm, 4,607 gal Ions-brandy,- 7.612 gallons--gin, 581 vallons other spirits, 390 gallons-Fig apd Cavendish tobac co, 20.361 pouunds--Brazil ditto, nil'uiimanufac gured ditto, 5,010 pounds-cigars, nil-s-nuff. nil. )elivered for home eonounption--B. P. rum, 2,414 gallons-brandy, 880 gallons-gin, 85: gallons other spirits, 52 gallons-fig and Cavendish tobacco, 6,086 pounds-Brazil ditto, nil-unmanufactured Sditto, nil-cigars, 1,072 pounds--snuff, 32 pounds. Delivered for expo'tation-B. P. ruin, nil "brandy, 10 eallons-gin, 5 gallons-other spirits, lo8ggallons--g and Cavendish tobacco, 2,060 pounds -Brazil ditto. nil-unmanufactured ditto, nil-ci gar', nil-snu...
NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 February 1839
NEWS OF THE DAY. We perceive that Mr. Hobbs has arrived from Port Stephen by the Tamar, and that Mr. Dangar and the other witnesses in support of the prosecu- tion against the four remaining prisoners, charged with the murder of the tribe of blacks at the Big River, are in town, awaiting the trial. The Haidee. sailing boat, which lost the race on Thursday, was built by Mlr Underwood, and has a fourteen inch cast-iron keel, weighing above twelve cwt. The latter circunstance may account for the quantity of canvas crowded on her, which in the opinion of many was injurious to her sailing. The Sydney lodging-houses. bad, good, and in- &nbsp; different, are so full, that a bed can scarcely be obtained. Two gentlemen passengers by the Perfect, assured us, that they had walked all over the town, at least six miles, and had only been able to find one bed disetngaged ! &nbsp; We are happy to hear on the best authority, that the Governor intends to allow all crown lands ap- pli...
MANIFESTS. IMPORTS. Reports from the 26th ultimo to the 2d instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 February 1839
MIANIFESTS. 1 MPORTS. Reports from the 26th ultimo to the 2d instant, inclusive. Januay 28-HASHEMY, barque, 523 toas,: Ilockle, moaster, from London, A..B. Spark, agRnt; 59 kegs n;ails, 93 c:ass wind. I box, 3 cases paper 28 empt' butts, 3 bhales slops, 1 jib and crane, 8 sheep, A. II. Spark-9 bales canvass, .1 hale twine, A. B. Smith and Co--9 casks irolnmongery, 10 firkins skin., 2 cases 1 bale liititsh goods, 2 honrse, Gil. christ andl Alexandler-2 hogiheads 8 quarpter-casks wine. Aspinall, I.owne, antd Co-1 case silks, 1 rus', caps, I case cutlery, I case hats, 1 case printl, T.SmSlth-1 case apparel, E. iManning-18 packages earthenware ,tIl glass, I case, T. Hughi,-I p1 ,e I higshead shelry wine, Maijor General O'Connell I case haberdashery, 119 tierces bottled beer, 20 hogsheads s.tIut, Lamb and Parbury-1 bale usats, bale rugs, E. Slauman-3 cases apparel, J Santuda I case slop., G Wyndham--1 box haberda.hi.ry,W. Cowill-80 cases pickles, 20 boxes candtle 30 hags coffee, 4 cases ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 February 1839
Advertisements sentio tLis O??ice, must specify on the 4ce of them, the n~tlmber of limes then are to be adver'lied; otlerwiose, they will be contin.ued and charged until countermanded. FOR LONDON DIRECT. T HE FINE FAST-SAILING SHIP Catherine Jamieson, 306 Tons Buithen per Register, Wmin. Hutchinson. Commander, now dicharging her inward Cargo from Leith alongside Moore's Wharf. This Vessel was built in the Port of Kirk, and is now on her first voyage, will therefore be found a very desira ble opportunity for shipping Wool.. Her accom modations for passengers are superior. For Freight or Passage, early application must, be made to HENRY MOORE. Moore's Wharf, 23rd.January, 1839, Wools for this vessel will be received in the Warehouses of Mr. Moore, at any time before this Vessel is ready, and shipped free of any expense -whatcver. For London Direct. r IHE well known fast sailing .. British built BARK Despatch. 362 Tons burthen, will positively sail on or before the 1st of March, She h...