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ALARMING PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 February 1839

AL.%Ri ING PROSPECTS. _(From the .)loraing Chron:icle, 27th Septembcr.) The follnwlug is -nll extract of a Irtter dated .)a,nteic, 17th Septembroer instant, from a firstrate .?Jnuse in that city, in direct colnllnunication with Poland in all her pIro inces. The letter was received -here on the 24th : " Since our last reports nothing has been done here In wheat. except a parcel of ordinary stuff, hardly better than screenings (20 lasts), has changed hands at ass. The weather remains remarkably fine. From the reports we have received from Poland, it appears harvesters have not beenlazy in carrying wheat crops during the favoura ble weather. Their work appears to be finished in the dis tricts of Cracow, in Sandomir, and in Lublin, and upon the ileft bank ofthe Bug river. The wheat has be?n completely driled by the sunny weather, and is housed in excellent conliitlon. IL is estlnated to yield less thatn one-fourth of r:an average crop In Lutblin anld Volhynla. 1' heflne weather :'has, h...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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LAID ON. BUT TIME OF SAILIND NOT FIXED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 February 1839

LAII) ON, BIT TIMt OF SAILINO Nor TIXED, Despatch. for London, In.all Foebruary-Street; agent Lrd Rldn. for London, in ail February-Mwltesuore & Co.. agents Alfred, for london, 17th March-Walker & Co., agents Laura, for Liverpool-AspInall & Co., agents Columbians, for Llverpool-Aspinall & Co., agents. Pertland. for London, in all Marchl-Gilchrlat & Cp.. agents Lotu?, for Llverpool-Gore & Co., Agents Oorrnor niourke, for the fishery-Grose, agent r,,aci Sipeighr, for llokianga-Flower, agent SRveretria. for London, Bontts, agent Earl Durham, for IIoklanga-A. B. Spark, agent Glenberri,, for London-Monteflore & Co., agents. MIr,, for the flshery-llughes and lsokling, agents NVimros.tfor Ne*l Zealand-Dacre, agent 'eravrranee, for Londun, evia Newcastle-Bagstler agent lurgarpret, for India--Monteflore & Co., agents Achilles, for South Seas. Curtis agent. Tartar. for Batavia. Kenworthy & Lord agents. Daeid for Bay of Is...

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Port Phillip. MELBOURNE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 February 1839

Port Phillip. MELBOURNE PRICE CURRENT. Ale-Dunbar's per doz 178 to £1 Is, Ashhbys ir bar £6 to £7-Beef per tieree £6, fresah,lb 4d to it joint sld to .4,1-Beer. hhtd (Capel's) £5. , gallon ditto , hhd (Mill'.s) £5, gallon ditto 2s-llttsr fresh, lb s Ritto 3s, salt ditto 2s to 2s dAl-Coffee, Ib Is Id to Is 4d-Qndles, moulds, lb 1od to Is, dips ditto Id to lad, wax ditt 3s to 3s 6d--Corrantb .tlb Is to Is td-Cedar, foot 4a t 4Jad Cheese colonialt, lb Is to s 4d--Coals, Newcarstle tot l -Cows ?I0 to e'?-Floor. first, I i ibs .'1 7s to£i 8s, seconds ditto ' .os to £1 Gs, third ditto -i 2s to 'I 4s Hams, lb Is to Is 4d-t-ron, ton '21 to .1-4l a ther, Kip, lb Is Ind-Matze. bohhel as ol to Ga 6d -lutton quarter, lb 4d to 4id. joint dittoh 3l to 4d--Oai, )rushel Gs to 6s 6d-Porter, dozen iSs to Its-Pork, barrel~as Irs to £6--Rice, bag £2 to £2 5., Ir lb 3d to Sid-Soap English Ib Gid to 7d-?Slt, cwt 12it to I.s--Spirlts itbIorid, Braadyg"allon Go to os i6d. Ronam ditto S3 6d to Gs, Itiands c...

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LAUNCESTON SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 February 1839

LAUNCESTON S?1IP NEWS. Jan. I1.-Arrived the barque IoWalluby, 284 tons Har burgh, master, from Port Phillip, in ballast. Jan. 11.-Arrived the barque Aulusta Jessie, S3 tons, Edenborongh, master. from Hobart Town. " Jan. 4:-.Arrived hithe brig .Iinerta, 121 tons, Downe, master, from Sydney. Jan. 14.-Arrived the brig William. 140 tons, Thom, master, from Sydney. Jan. 14.-Arrlved the schooner Enterprixe, 1t tons, 'lHunter, mastcr. fIom Port Phiihll. Jan. I;.-Arrival the brig Black Joke, 113 tons, Hard. Inag master, fron South Australia. Jan. 21.-Arr,'d the schooner Sally Ann, 59 tons, Sanders, master, from Portland HaDy. Jan. 21.-Arivemd tile harqoe Louisa Campbel, 214 tons, n uckley nmaster. from Londnll. Jan. 2I,-Awived the schooner gdeardd6O tonS. Jicobs; ioaster. from Circular Iead: " Jan. s2.--rAri-ed the scmo,ner Industry, g6 tons, 3uc?-. land, master. from Port Phillip. Jan. 2 .-'.e schooner Elijabeth put back from stress of weather. Jan. -n.- ied the brig Henry, 70tons,Ruffie, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 6 February 1839

.. ABSTRACT OF ALi T SALES BY AUC't If'hic..will tsehe place before our dl:l g tii THISt]1Y, J. T. WILSON-At his1 Ro1ms--Plao forttti SHousehold Furniture. - TO(MORSOW. . I IIFBBL aEWITI - E-A t the ronmercial W at 12 o'olock, the Cuttat Water.sitekl. J. T. WVILSON-At his Rooms, at half.aSt I0 for 11 o'elock-Mcrchandise. SIMMONS & CO-At Moore's Wharf, at IIs o'clock-Earthenware, Porter, &ce S. SOLOMONS-At his Rooms-Plate, Rire.aI NEW ADVERT! SE MENTg OF THIS DAY. For London Direct. A REGULAR TRADER. T HE remarkably FINE, PAST-SAILINGShip Andromache, A 1, 4 18 Tons register, Thomas New, Commander. This Ship has part of her Cargo engaged, andwill meet with dcspatch; has superior accommodation for Passengers, and carries an experienced Snrgeop, For Freight or Passage, apply to the Com?s oade on board,-or to W. S. DELOITTE & CO. Lower George-street. February 4, 1839. For Passengers only,-For Liverpool, TO SAIL FIRST WEKE IN MAc, HlE FINE FIRST CLASS Coppered Barq...

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 6 February 1839

PROJECTED DEPARTURES The following se»lt wiall rai'the firet fair wind. Charles Kerr, for India. A. B Spark, agent The following vessels hoave bent their asils: Hipe, for London. Mogefllors & CO. agents Harlequin, for NawZealand-Peterson, agent Guide, for the South Sea, Street agent ?arl Durham. for Hoklanga,-A. B. Spark, agent Argo. for Manrltius-Dawes agent North Briton, for Sourabaya and England-R. Ho?r * agent. Per., -or King Georfd'e Sound and Calcutta-Capt. Gray, agent Boyme, for Bombay-Captain Richbardon. agent. dMargarel, for India-Montelnore & Co., agenta Thefollowing wessels have nearly .fnished loadlag and wilt soon bend sails. John Pinre for South AustraUa, loth Fob.-A. B Spark arent Columiuna.-AspinalI & Co.. agents, to saU 7th March Luura, for Liverpool-Asloptll?& Co., agots

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 6 February 1839

DEPARTURES. ' On Monday evening, the-schooner ?iflte, Cap tain Waddy, for the South Sea Iclrnds. Yesterday, the Samuel Baker, for the Mauritias, in ballast.

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Sydney Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 6 February 1839

1Sydney IMarkets. The anticipated rise in the foner market has taken place; 26s Is noa the price of the best Flour, and a still further advance is hourly expected, a* the sup ply in hand Is not sufmcient to meet the demand even at the present inc, eaed prices. Wheat is much the samne as last week; an advance of 3d per bushel, according to the state in which samples afe presented. There is also an advance in Beef and Mutton; both are scanty in their supply; fat batlocks catioot be had on account ot drought, and the main. dpendance of the butchers is on Twomuld B:i?. Veal and Pork are stationary. Of vegetables there is a ~ood supply, and the ftuit market continues plentiful. The tobacco markei Is da.t; the leaf sent front the country Is inferior; the prices, however, remain stati.onaty. Poultry and dairy produce are at their usual i ices. The bakers have not yet followed the rise in tfour t some, iowever. charge Gl for the 2-1b loaf. Building ma terl.il remlain as before; there is rat...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 6 February 1839

TO CORRESPONDENTS. FM?ZaoT's letter cannot be inserted. as we do l ýt enter into the'ronrover y, as such, between the E resbjtery andi Syncd. A coumulicatiun on the Building Act in 'our bext.

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Weekly Meteorological Table. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, WINDS, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 6 February 1839

Tiiuietelp cttrrologrical Tai1r. VARIATLONS OF THERMOMETER. WINDS.'&a. THu.ERSORTER WIND W.ATu&. ' morn n'mn ,rr. Wodn.Jan .so n -70 s:.Ir IW I windy "Thrsday st I 71 S4 76 SW Windy Friday I 70 '78 70 NE Cloudy •Saurday I 74 I I 76 NE Clear .Sunday 3 70 78 73 I NE Cloudy Monday 4 .7 8 I 76 NE Clear tueesday S I y0 8I 74 1 E Cloudy Mean Temperature. 740

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DIARY. MEMORANDA FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 6 February 1839

31EKMOWANDA FOB THE EGiSUING WEEK. '1 RuAutv. I Hon WArR. I BrN .lornin, Eweninp Rsaea. Se€a. Wednesday 6 oh7 im I Ia 43m 5 16 6 44 Thutrsday 7 1 1 AS 3 5 17 6 43 Friday -e I2 0.o s 3 6 359 642 tnrday au 9 4 1 t 5 5 19 6 41 Surnday 19 j '3 54 5 s20 649 Monday It 5 40 6 14 5 21 6 a8 'Tuesday 1216 4671 20 52236 38

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Police News. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 6 February 1839

Police News. TUSBAY, F?BnUAIv Y 'THr. rdward Knox, a ssaman belonging to the 'Charles 'Kerr. was committed to take has trial for st.'aling a watch. of the valucof A~5, ti!e property of George Willintas. on Tuesday lIst. It appeared -the prisoner offer. d the watch for sale to Jones the waterman, first for £23, and then for 30s., who, suspecting it had not been honestly obtained, declined the purchase, and the prosecutor having mentioncd his loss to Jones, the fullowing-daythe prisoner was given inato custody. MASQUERADING AGAIN.—A lady of pleasure, well known as " Scotchy," was brought before the Colonel early on Tuesday morning, by constable Ward, in the becoming attire of a sailor boy. This young lady is constantly in the habit of indulging in these amusements. She was admonished and discharged. Henry Williains was charged witlrthe following offence at the Police.office on Tuesday: Between the hours of six and seven o'clock on Saturday evening, the prisoner was observed dragging a...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 6 February 1839

IMPOUNDINGS. Impounded at Stonequarry Creek, on the 18th Jannuary, 1339,-One b3y horse, about fourteen hands high, black points, short switch tail, saddle marks. white spots, had sore on back, white spot on the near shoulder, not shod, in good order, branded on the near aside under the saddle FK. If the above Ihorse is not released before the 16th Februlary, 1839, it will be sold at the said pound to defray expenses. Arthur Walker, Poundkeeper. [IOs. Impounded at Sydney, on the 8th of January, 1839, one small red cow, round horns, looped in, the brand not legi-. ble---one strawberry. colored calf by her side. If not claimed and released, they will be sold at the Pound to defray expenses, according to the Act of Council on that head. Andrew Byrne, poundkceper. [9s 6d. Impounded at Bankstown, on the 25th January, 1839 one light brhnndle colored bullock, some white on back, belly and tail, snail horns, spot without hair on near hip, branded apparently jS or WS oin off ip. One strawberr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 6 February 1839

SALES BY AUCTION. MFesh Tmportation of uedid -Piaurofortes pjsr 'a tkenne JTaisizon. BY J. T, WILSON. "In consequenoe of the Auctioneer's Removing from 74 to 741- George-stkee:t;,- h -AI'ot-OPLNO FORTES advertised for [edne d;ay ast was unavoidably Pt7''qNEI utrrtil H1S? the 6th of February, 1P39,'iwhn c wvill oer for Public Competition, at Half-past Ten for Eleven o'clock, by order of the Proprietor, to close Acd aHW I5 lsal h l tii t i' I O NE ]P'iNO ~IFOfi ? , e'!i etallic Plate, G6 P Oc iyt,?s an eleg,ýt .aogy Ci;e.Cae_ One ditto, ditt,'ditito;of s'andete'ipin One dftilo; itto, with EliptaicFron , carvel legs, lyre pedal ... . .. One ditto, ditto, in handsome Rosewood Case. S'with open Fretwork . S::tIMEDIATELY AFTER WHICRH, One! splendid Grand Piano, by Clementi One square dittii,'ditio, superior fote, fine touch, by Broadswood One ditto, in MIahogany Case, iplendid tone,-lby Butcher One ditto, ditto, in ditto, neatly mounted, fine touch, by Stoddard. Terms at Sale. " S. " :Hou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 6 February 1839

iogaT aVictoria I)jeatre. PITT STREET. -0o T O.-MORROW, Thursday. 7th February. 1839, will be Performed for the First Time, a Farce in Two Acts, Entitled Plot and Counterplot; OR, THEI PORTRAIT OF MICHAEL CIIIVANTES. After which, a Favorite " Pas Seul," by Miss Lazar To conclude with the Nautical Drama of The Ocean of Life. J. LAZ AR. DAANAGER. BANK OF AUSTRALIA, Incorporated by Royal Charter. N OTICE is hereby given, that from and after the Ist of March proxiino, Interest will be allowed at the rate of five per Cent per Annum only on Monies lodged in Deposit:Receipt. CHARLES FALCONER, Manager. Sydney, January 5, 1839. BILLIARD TABLE. For Sale at the Stores of the Under signed, . A VERY superior. Highly.finished BILLIARD TABLE, with Cues &c., ready packed to go into the Country if eaquired. W. S. DELOITTE & CO., Lower George-street February 5, 1839. MIESSRS DU\LOP & CO., beg to notify to .1]. the Merchants and Public of Sydney, that they have commenced busine...

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FLOUR AT THE MILLS. PER 100 I.B.S. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 6 February 1839

FLOUR AT T'HE MILLS. PaR 1001.8n. Fine Second: Rata Barker and H.IElln.......... 21i .. 24: .. 21: Huighes and Hosking........ 26t .. 24: .. 2 a (irasd ................ 2 .. 24; .. 21: Dotlds, Blackett, and Ald .. 26: .. 24. .. 21: Holllngshed Brothers ....... 260 .. 241 .. 21: ?tughea and Hoskinag have none for sale at present. CLEAN WHEAT AT THE MILLS, PER RESilEL. Colonial, from ..............0 9 6 to 0 10 0 Van Diemea's Land.......... 0 9 0 0 ' 6 BISCUIT. No. 1, per cwt ........................ 1 0 No. 2. per ditto ......................... 1 6 0 BnE , per 211) boaf ......... 0 0 51 to 1) 0 Bran, per bushel of 20 lb ............. 0 2 0 Bran, by the ton, per bushel............. 0 1 10 MAIZE. PRICE GIVEN TO TIlE GaoweRS. Beat quality, per bushel ...... 0 4 6 to 0 5 0 RerTAt Palces. Best quality, per bushel ...... 0 5 6 to 0 5 9 GRAIN or OTIIPE KINDa. Oats (seed) 3 6d to 4t per bushel; barley (seed) 4; to 5. Gd; rye, none. HAY Aso STRAW. Oaten hay £12 to £14 per ton; Straw £1 10s t...

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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 6, 1839 Nothing extenuate, nor aught set down in malice. SHAKESPEARE. Public Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 6 February 1839

BYDIEY MONITOR S COMMMERCIAl. ADVERTISER WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBIRUARY 6, 1839 N?othing exrenuute, nor ?tght net down in matier. SHN. KidPeARR. Public Meeting. On Friday the Meeting clil'ed by a number of Magiitrate and Gruzier' in to an~emble, at the Mecdhnici' Schnnl of Art'. The object in to read and diseuse a Petition to the Home Government and Parliament to continue Transportation to New South Wailes. As thiiis a. question of neither religion nor ('nlo -tial politics, butnone in which all parties and sects are equally interested, we tuppose there will be a .goodd attendance of men of all opinions.

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YASS [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 6 February 1839

YASS FEB, 1-With respect to the attack made by the Ovens River tribe of blacks, on Messrs. Huon and Watson, and their party, 'i'begfnow to-state, that these gentlemen had previously given orders to their attend ants, that--in- case'they-should -meet while an their route to Adelaide (South Australia) with any of the aborigines, they were -not, in case 6f hostility, to inlict any serious -bodily, injury, if it could be avoided. 1ln a short timune, the blacks divided into two bodies, and immediately afterwards gave a sort of pass-rword, or countersign, where- 1 upon the Whole set -up a terilic yell or shout, and 4rushed furiously on the little pmarty, who stood their charge with -the greatest coolness, acting orrthe'defensive.; although several of of-the foe were necessa rily'knocked down with the-stock-whips, &c. :rbe blacks finding they:bad to en counter." boat jerran white fellows," and that no confusion, or any sort -of -fear or intimidation appeared amongst their oppo neri...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 6 February 1839

"~ippfntg 3?itcUgencc. -0 ARRIVALS. 'On Monday, the ship.Parland, 546 tons, Cap talt Tait, reamSoutaa Australia, whence she sailed on the 20th nlt,, in ballast. Passengers-W. H. Dutton, Esq., Mrs. Dotten and two children,. .. .Kinnear, Esq., W'. H. Moore, Esq., Mr. Lewis Samuel, and Dr. Parsons. Steerage-James Wil son, George Robertson, William Carter, Charles 'Bowling. John Hlenward, Augustus Drdbbing, and T. W.'. Stephano. Yesterday, the barque Frances Charlotte, 300 'tons, Captain Metcalf, from Iondon, via Madeira, left the former port on the 24th of September, with a general cargo. Passcngera-i?Mr. ihnd Miss Chisholn; R. Dacre,. Esq., agent. S-Sane day, the brig Hebe, 237 toni, 'apItain Malcolm,Tfrom the Cape of Good Hope,: 9th &Iec.; cargo, wine. Passengers-Mrs. &rnott," Messrs. Douglass, Thomson, and B.enso, and -the6:'chil dren.:Messrs. 'Lambhand'Pnrburf, agents. ' same 'day, ale b'rig. deii.: 157 tons, Captain Williamson, fronm the Fisheiyr with 620 barrels s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 6 February 1839

Advertlisements sent to this Ofi/ce , must specif y on theace# o them, tte fcumber of tnes then are to be advertised, otla.e¾wise,7 theywill .e.cont itueclcand..drgrged unlit count; nianded. -, ·1 *,**=, of · ,.em I ,m nuue ames ·ie u8 ati , ott,.wzse,.t-~~~" , ;·,wdl l.eo' nu...c~gdu~ ciwtxmaae.*~~ ~--'.` c- --~ --' : FOR'LONDO- DIRECT. -T IIE FINE " FAST-SAILING SIHIP T .[ athei'iner Janiteson, • '306 Tons Butlthen per Register, Wm. Ilulchinson. '?Oinmminder, now. di:hargimng her inward Cargo "from'Leith alongside Moore's Wharf. This Vessel 'was linilt in the Port of Kirk, and is now on her first voyage, will therefore b?. found a sery desira. bti 'oapgrtnilty for siaippilig Wool. Her accom, n rodat ois fip'asei b aigers are superior. For Freight or Passage, early a;plipation must ben-iad to " 'H.I " 1-ik' ?OORE. Moore's Wharf, 23rd Jianuary, 1839, . Woolh for ihirr'essel :will be rieelved iii the Warehpuses of Mr. Moore, at any .time before this :V.essel is~~~i idI,ahan' shipped ...

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