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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 February 1839

-The day after, being Thursday. Mr. Petty sent me word that Mr. 1 had arrived at the Hotel, and was about removing his ' goods, I proceeded directly to the Hotel. 'I returned him the promisory note for the £60, saying, I must have the cash at once. lie then offered me £0Z, and to pay the remainder on Saturday. I insisted on receiving the amount he had received in cash from Mr. D, to this he acceeded by giving me a check on the Commercial SBank for the £40 and the remaining £20 to be paid on the Saturday. I had not left hint many moments when he "called me back and said, that should there not be sufficient funds in the bank. he would call during the day and pay Snme the amount. I presented the check at the Bank. Answer-" No funds." I returned to the Hotel, but he was not there The Carter was waiting to remove ' his Goods I received some information at this time which led me to belies e, that he was about to hlave the Colony in the RoslAn U'astle,whichr,.port was afterwrd. confirmed b...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 11, 1839. Nothing extenudle, nor aught set down in malice. SHAKESPEARE. New Zealanders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 February 1839

sy?NEY MONIfOR X COMMERCIAL AbYVRTISER MONDAt Y MORNING. FEBRIUARY 11, 1839. I Nothing e5enadteI. notr ackfA set LloSw in malice. BSU*UdweAi5A. New Zealanders. As a menus of supplying the Colony with the requisite amount of labour, the land fund as escarcely answered general expec t ?tion; and the late alteration in the ul~)et price of Crown Land, will, it is feared, have the effect of diminishing' its utility in thi4 rrepetstill further. Indeed, it Way be cnrisideted us all but annihilated or any useful purpose, except for the pay ttlht of the ealaries +f Mr. Pitlsock and other gentlemen, for whose officidl exist ene emigration h s been made the apology. It will be Vain, therefore, tO hope for manyr " more men from England" as lrubmrers; consequently, it behoves our 1 settlers to lnOrk elsewhere for ai sttriply ; iand stibltrveiitly to th is, we take the libltty , of eceommending to public attention, out near neigh'ours the Nerw Zealandera. We have been tt a Ioss, and are so still,...

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Public Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 February 1839

The meeting of the magistrates, land. hdlc'ft, and ftee hihldbhtants of the Colony, to petition Parliament.Jor the continuance of ''rafnsportaliont of conviets to this Colony and their private Assigimuent, W:as held at tlielMechanics' School of Arts, on Friday the 8th 'idtant; 'phrbrant to advertisement. J. Blaxland, Esq. M. C.. in the Chair The chairman having brieflI stated the ob jects of the n.eeting, Mr. W. C. VWent wottih, at the request of the chairman, undertook to read the petdition condi tionally adopted by the requisi ionists. He auid. en opinion had been promulgated that he had helped to frame the petition he was about. tq reac, which .he begged to con tradict, although he coincided in every word of it. But he d i ot wish to deprive the party or Imtties'who had had the labot of preparing it of the ctedit idue to them It was painful to him to observe so limited an "ittendancee upon so itlport:ant an oeca sion. It.wouldl seem that, in. this Colony, the more vitally iumport...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 February 1839

- IVE~ DOCK FARýJ. _ 'BT .- T.-ýW ILSO " TO.IORiHOW TUESIAY, 12thiar February, .? at hiseltensive lfoomas, No.:!74 G earge.at'?aI St tltil paatlel evrndfr twelva o'Clolk, S1i G'ARDEN ALLOTMENTS OF LAND" :situate anrd being part of * ,atbe 'oeT9'k tnu ýropertý. LOSr-TI-and III. isave. frontages to the * Great North Rota, with a depth of from' 768 to 8I0 feet back'to their' Eastern bounidary, Lot IV.' S'and'eontaining from 3.to 'nacres each. OTS TV-V-; and VTr. iave each 213 to 310 S. feet frontages to the BlackwalliPoint Road, with .d4pthsurf.front '700 to 1000 feet back.to their * ..,qutlhelrn-houndary. ..;:i'he Auctioneer in intimating to the Australian "'ocldd lh,t this valuable Property has been placed i his handy for Sale by' Public Auction, considers S''hi 'oiitil b(e grossly neglectijg his duty were he " 'not'to skn same slight' mention' of the purity of ':the air, :the beauty of the scenery, the richness of . it'he soil; and ithe delightfil -situation, of the spot; ..toraltho...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 February 1839

SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. Stock on hand th- 2d inst.-l-. P. rum, 76.3g callons-brandy, 23,223?gallons--in, 27.3;1 unll,-s -nther apirit,. 8.,284 gallonn - Fii aullI Caveldish tchace'o. 108,52., i .nttlds-Itrnlzi il dtt, 13,710 pinnd unllmanutactu: cd ditto. 2.5)1 poundtl-clgara,35,109 pilndl-.nutllf, '2.6f41; poundsa. Itrecivd dlllring lthe, week-H. P.. rum, 21,149 gal na-brandyl, i 90(GO gallnn-gin, 2,5.33 enllonl -other spirits, 154 gallons-Fie and Cavendish to. bacco, 33.984 potnnds-Brazil ditto, nil-unmanu. factured ditto, niil pounds-ciars, nil-snuff, nil, Delivered for home con"nmpl.tion-ll. P. rtlu, 2 994 gallons-brandy, 1,3014 gallona-gin, 374 ,al. lon?-other spirits, nil gallons-fig and Cuvendlth tobacco, 8.474 pounds-Brazil ditto, nil-unmano. factured ditto, nil-cigars, 4C1 pounds-anuff; 126. pound'.. Deiv'ered for exportation-li. P. ram, 388 galil -brandy, 6(4 oall.nns-gln,5lI gaillruns-othersaprif> 1,19:1 gtllons,,-fig and Cavendish tobacco, -8,l~ ponndl--lrazil ditto nl--...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 February 1839

ADnVANC Av?rTAi.i.-It may not Ibe •generally known, that at the strnamsaw .,mills of Messrs. Gard.& Co. in tlathurst 'street, from 2 to 3000 feet of -edar are laily cut,'whicb is of materi.il assistance ?Inring 'the present scarcity 'of manual labour. 'Arid we have 'been informed by ,these conversant with the matter, that the -cut is-much smoother than that made by ,'he hauid,adid does not -require the use of the jack plain. The 'mill works vertical saws, not ciireular, and :makes 120 cuts a minute. "There are .generally about 16 tit 1S csaws, which •'-.iN do the work of -.thirtv.l pairs of-sawyers. 'Mr.' Commissioner Therry, in summing 'oup ,acase 'in the Court of Rleque.ts the " otller day, spoke to the followine effect: ""I have pr sided as chairman of this court " -forrnmaay years, but never has my judg. S-ment 'been mtore taxed than in the present " -caRe:; for, from the oath of the defendant, :caeespectable female, so far as I amt able to. ijudete front appearance, it ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 February 1839

'WANTED, - irWO 'GOOD 'WORKMEN as "COACH I WHEELWRIGHTS at MILAUGHLINS' CoAca MANUFACTOra, 'Pitt.treet. ASSIS AVNT OVERSEER. all AWANTED,.a 'Stuation by a-Person of active on habits, as Assistant Overseer on-a Grazing .establishment; Salary no object. Apply to Mr Sy Saila. Monitor Office, York-street. - S Houtsemaid Wranted. A RESPECTABLE 'Young Woman who can . wait'at table. Applyto 4MRS. tPARUIRY, 'Fort-street. y 31st January. to 20 Rope Makers and 10 Flax Dressers ThQ.&Y -And employment by applying to M. M. 1VI 'Wyer,' Castlereagh-street. .Jauuary 21st, 1859. A YOUNG LA DY recently arriveafrom Eng land wishes to obtain a situation as Nursery -Governess either in Town or Country. She is fully competent of teaching Music and Drawing; or, she would have no objection to take a situation .as companion to an elderly Lady. Letters Post -Paid, to E. W. Monitor Office, .will -receive. im mediate attention. ITWANTED, in Sydney. a large.and commo 5VV dious House, for which liberal t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 February 1839

. 4 d c - .i irr , t oe i t .isi.,Ite,* il- O u ,n u pe( s e u.LO l e 1j c eo , of tAe i, t/h e um ber.o timnes ti e! a :e . to be .a:lb, :tised.; .otlie, 4 iae, th ey 7ill be cow ji nieed du el ;cA arqed i lil co utnterm a nled . For Loniulim Direct. A REGULAR /i 'TRADER. TItE remarkably FfiNE, PAIS'I.SAILING chip 1 Andrbkiache, A i. 4f18 Tons register, Thomas New, Comjapmandr. This Ship has, prt. of hIlr ~argo engaged, and woill meet with dilcpatch; i ns ?p?peri.or »comrigdAtions for Passengersnrind cary es an pxpcriencedl .Sjr.gon. For Frei?h~hor L'assage, apply to the Commander on board,-or .to ,. , ' "'w.'?s." EDIr'O.ITEl& .CQ. February 4, 1839. Lower Georgo-street. 'For Passengers o ly .- For Li ve rpool; "TOSAlT. 7iR? _ c WEER 1I siAbi?dr. T-r~ E FINE?PFIRST:CASS Coppered Barque . 'Perseverance, Richard R1 Coarhill, Conimander.. Appirations for Passage ay'I te' mndle 'to Captdin Corkhill on board, at Pitmai's Wharf,--or to . FOR PASSENGERS ONLY. FOR LIVERPOOL- DIRECT....

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DEPARTURE OF THE FIRST STEAM SHIP FROM LIVERPOOL TO NEW YORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 February 1839

DEPARTURE OF THE FIRST STEAM SHIP FROM LIVERPOOL TO NEW YORK. The Royal William was announced to anil for New York at half-past six o'clocrk. Rumour, with her hundred tongues, had for some time bruited about many partieu ltrs concerning the vessel and when she would start, and the piers presented such a sight as we have rarely seen except on occasions similar to the coronation, being lensely crowded to the extent of a mile with parties assembled there to witness the sailing of the vessel. Prince's Pier was. lined towards the river with a dense crowd from top to bottom, and the rigging of the shipping in the Princes Dock was densely manned with sailors. Every c ,n'ci.vahle standing-place on George's Pier was crowded to excess, and one of the Rock Ferry-boats, taking advantage of the anx iety to witness the vessel sail, made a profi-able speculation with taking a crowded deck-load of passengers down to the Rock alongside, at one shilling a head. This example was alo followed by one of...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 February 1839

Ts'I P'OLCE.-It is pretty general!y known that Hoyle, formerly Inspector of Police, left the fatrce on account of some. expose about a female assigned servant, and as he had some eneml,ies in the force, they have since been endeavouringl: to annoy him. Hoyle has obtained a situn tion as collector to a brewer's firm in sydney. On Wedneeday uight, Sergeant Kilpatrick went to Hoyle's with a constable named Phillips and demanded an entrance. stating, that they had comte to look fonr the wife of one John George, who, they had been iaformed by the husband, was in the house. Iloyle, however, knowing they had no right to do anything of the s.,rt, refused, and Kilpatrick attempted a forcible entrance, but they at length desisted. Hoyle then told the husband he might enter if he chose, and see if his wife was there, but refused to allow the police to enter without a warrant. Joseph Brooks was fully committed to take his trial for stealing £12 the property of Mr. Harris, publican, George-stree...

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THE DRUNKARD'S SONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 February 1839

'i'Et DkJNIKllC D'h SbM(. )II 6h. the nrbho reattng a5d1i, - 1ift bid 1 priceless _reafereroli ;:. 'u1p I ior ~b~d t?h9ughtsyilight wanes,. wrin?rdeep I iich C p pale sbrrow chl?is. I-RP`M hth! Ior ebh tife lei ar rih Iulh,. " lNotv pars widh pr ety r* 6o Ld irisd; Fill up I we drink to lln send woe. _ And reason's lasting overthrow. Fill, ill again I How brightly gleams t?he~riy withhtrroit tile goblet itrbafds t Fiil up I we pledge mlsspentlibd wealth, %'e drink to want and loss of heklth. uiirah, brave boys I how sweet to look Upd the bbovl is on a book ; Whire-?ar-h l 'on ýNlllitd's bhtink.. And traced in blood our blighted name. Another glass I for round pnle woe, -Ah uyons1n? s .i? "lqlor tllrow, Then pledge t9 misery, slavery,,pain To speechless tongue and palsied Irinh.. Fill up I a parting glass wq drink 'Tis only meetfor Bo.is to shrihk ; We tirtrnc toultstlled powers mid timle We pledge yc--'flurddr,amine, crlflthe 1 E. J. HYCTII.

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The Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 February 1839

The Theatre. On Mr. Knwlwes' arrival, he performed Hamlet. Thbee Wits a acull house. In another week he performed it again. The hiitbs wts 'rVy thia.. fhr'd 'We Wel leen ?MIr. Macteunidy' a Il'met *te 'should have perceive' the '~tht? ti Wlr'iiB'h it hifbhi rplished 'titngedian ekc'dlb;1"~ 'lft t'~h6tles But we heai seen 'thieyongr Roscius, aind seen him 'often. We had no hesitation in anying, that Knowles tevn equal to htin in host s'cehes. it1 I'he teditEig hBie hh trW.' ever he fenricbd to ill. 'tS 'tih spdfl it; .*vhile Mr. Betty witvs a most gracetul obrds. man. The following is a critique of dth Morning C'hrbni"cle 'on Mr. NItrcread.y's lat. pet oniflthlioft bf 1ihailet CO`Vlrri-GAlkliN 'Tl'LA'ihlC. Mr. Maercadr y made his first appearance for the present season last night in 'ts character 'of ýlhmin'k.. Hi wes t'ibTeined by the most enthusiastic plaudits. 'T'rltt cally to notice his exhibition of this :nost intellectual; idubtli. iind' omplex of Shaks peare's delineation' of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 February 1839

IRsOI'./7IO.2I'GERIIJ7 STORE, AND JOH HOL 0 0ORTH, TN returning his thanks to the Australian Public generally for the liberal Patronage and Support which they have given him in his Business as GROCER and ITALIAN \VAREHOUSEMIAN, hastens to inform them that he lias .'l-ade arrangements for the commencement of an extensive IRMOMONGERY 'RAD)E, in addition to his other as above, on the Premises Nmo, 74, George Street, LATE MR. WILSON'S WELL-KNOWN SALE ROOM. in soliciting a share of the Public support, J. H. would assure them, that his arrangements are so made as to meet every thing like competition; the Selection of the GOODS generally was made in the heart of the manufac luring districts by Mr. J. T. WVILSON, during his stay in England ; the Public have tlerefore this guarantee, that no Article unsuited to the wants of the Colony would be brought. The Shipments will be made QUARTERLY to him, with the certainty that any improvement in Tools or Agricultural Implements he will be the first...

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POLITICAL PORTRAITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 February 1839

The following masterly sketches .are oi'ped 'frmhitltb Mont/ hy Chronicle,' a tew London PeiibdiMhl, edited 'by Si' E. L. Italwer, M. P, ,!celt!br~itfed.Novelist and Political Wri:el-, theyt re brief bet charace teristie. and, i?ion "the wvhole, imparlial; we bre boure ihey Will be .read with inreret - Lnohb tn iht'nbU~ii,--Brought iip from his your h in the intimacy and the principles of Charles Fox,; iving promise of no or 'dinury 'ability "iithe cotsmencement of his. ceieer,-L6rd Melb u'rne came iito office la-IsIn life, wheh compared with the ma: jority of politic'ians equal to himself in talents and tsocial position. To this he owed a certain 'freedom. of thought and largeness of understanding rarely to br. Td-haifi-T~ii't men whise early years have teeh }ptised amidst the minutie of 'official labour. P'o this too he owed that leisure which hnib g'ifted a:ieflective and enquiring tihinld with veiry various and even profound; acquirements. A graceful and erudite scholar, with in...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 February 1839

Birth. On the 6th instant. at Newcastle, the lady of Capt, R. T. Furlong. 80th Regiment, of a daughter. On the 30th ultimo, at Tillgra, William's River, Mrs. W. H. Windeyer of a son. Deaths. On the 7th instant, Mr. Benjamin Hill. of Upper Pitt-street, gent., who after 23 years residence in this colony, died without leaving an enemy in the world. On the 6th instant, of a lingering decline, Mrs. Browne, aged 33 years, wife of Mr. M. Browne, clerk of works, royal engineer department, leaving a husband and five children to deplore her loss. On the 4th instant, at his residence, Cumberland street, Mr. George Jelf.  

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The following vessels have nearly finished loading. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 February 1839

The follorwing eansel have nearly finished loading. J)estljateh.for London-Street. agent llarltan Watson. for Hobart Towu-Egan, agent NImrod, for New Zealand-Dacre, agent

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 February 1839

DEPARTURE. Yesterday, the barque Hope. 272 tons, Greaves master, for Manilla, in ballast. Passengers Messrs. Salmon and J. H. Scrutton.

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The following vessels have nearly finished loading and gone into the stream ready for sea. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 February 1839

Thefollowing vessels have nearly flnished loadiag and gone into the stream ready for sea. Hope, for London-Monteflore & Co. agents Harlequin, for New Zealand-Peterson, agent Earl Durham, for Hokinnga-A. B. Spark, agent Snrgaret, for India-Montefiore & Co., agents "Tartar. for Batavia-Kenworthy & Lord agents John Pirie for South Australia, A. B. Spark, agent James Laing. for Port Phlllip-Grose, agent. Francis Spaight, for New Zealand--Flower. agent

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. The following vessels will sail this day, if the wind be fair. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 February 1839

PROJECTED DEPARTURES. The following eeuels will sall th-" day, if the wind be fair. OGide, for South Seas-Street, agent Arge, for Hobart Town, Dawes, agent. Marian Watson, ditto. Egan, master. Earl Durham, Iay of Islands, A. B. Spark, agent. Margaret, for India, Montelflores & Co, agents. e?syj, for Port Phillip-Milnet agent Hashemy, for Canton. A. B. Spark. Agent. Davrid, for the Bay of Islands--tonteiflore & Co., agents

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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12. Before His Honor the Chief Justice and a Military Jury. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 13 February 1839

TuVEssIY F?IcUnRURs 12. Before His Honor the chief Justice and a Military Jury. Tobias Eagan was indicted for wilfully setting fire to a barn, the property of George 1lit wick, at Maitlland, on the 5th of January, thereby desn ro itng the building and its contents, consitnnn of tlhe pro. I duee of eight acres ofwheat and three atces of b nt Iy The evidence was pt ilcipal'y that of a b..y of co'our, about eight years of age. who had seen the prisoner enter and return fromn the barn the nmontent the fire broke out. i'hejury returned a verdictof guilty. and the prisoner was sentenced to be transported to a peunl ?al ettlcultut for fifteen years. William Faulkner, runaway eonvict.wasindicted for highway robbery. On the 27th of October the prisoner met a man named Flood, a shepherd, ia the service of Mr. E.les, at Derry Creek, and asked where a shepherd named Flood lived ? On being told that he was speaking to the person whom ha wanted, he drew a pistol from his breast, and demanded his ...

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