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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839
PROJEC'I'ED DEPARTURES. The .rollwing vessels will sail this day, if the wind be fair Ilfmilto, Ross, for the ?Mauritius, via Newcastle Lamb & Cn.. agents Dublia Packet, for New Zealand-WVeller. agent John Pirie for South Anatralia, A. B. Spark, agent The following vessels hare bent their Jails, !lape, for lo.n?ldn-Montcfiore & Co. agents Laour,. for I.iverpnol-Asitnall & Co., agents l)Depatch, for London. 24th Instant-Street. agent James Laing, for Port Phlllip-Grose, agent S'tailrod, for the Bay of Itlands--Dacre. agent Glorvrnor Bourke, for the fishery, 2 tth instant The following ressel has nearly finished louding. A1f'red, for London, positively 17th March-Walker & Co., agents
Systematic Murder by Poison. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839
Systematic Murder by Poison. A gelltlemtan no wlhose veracity we think we can dtepLntd, ha 11 ltcred l us, that "irr his journey tram tihe lie River, he saw n, ftuwer than fifte en bodlies of lunhapipy blacks, wht"haid, to all ap per,l'ancem, clmille toi thiei A deaths y pl ,i ion ; and he al-., strle.s, tmat tie white bulltes inl hIulmai Shpeil in that qmumiter, x~llt hi tilhe mieans iplaced in their power t:r'iddiner thllemelves of thllse benluhlere anri Itluch toltbe pitirel beings.m, wh'ovse creel teaches thellim to Levenge the inhllumanity lprctisedl n them. Can tihe aiccintlits (whether trne or not) of tile deicredia tilns conlllitted by It/rer be wondered at? -As tralian, February 16i, 1839. 'I'h Sydney Goivernir and the Judges of the Coloiy. hIive con'inuallv laid down the principle, that ithe llalcks of the Colony are Blritish subjects, iand are tis mtuch under the protection of the law with.. re g'trd to their properties and lives, , as the whites. The, sentiment is consli...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839
DR.. CIJAL?zEas.-This Reverend agita tor, who is now traversing broad Scotland on a crusade of Church extension, and en deivouring to compel every pLrish to send up a petition to Parliament in favour of that, humbug scheme, and who, as a member of the presbytery of Edinbtirgh, wished to put it out of the, power of 'ihe working classes to have their sixpenny ride on a' railway on Sunday; did not he himself, a reverend professor of theology, recently, sail from Dover to Calais on that sacred day? We wish an explicit answer to this question. Now enppose he did thus violate the Sabbath (which we think he will hardly deny), he did so, we presume, because he supposed it would not be known, and because he really thought that, while it would be absurd to allow the poor man to travel on thai day, it was no sin in the rich, even in a Presby' terian' miniister 'of the gospel to do so. Does not Dr. Chalmers occasionally not go to church, at leasft in the afternoon,but takes a ride in his phaeto...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839
SDEPARTURES. "dn Saturday last. the brig William, 141 tonF, Calitain Thorn. for Launceston, with a cargi of pundiies. Passengers-Mesnrs M'Intyre, Otter, Trundle. 'Callow. Caian, and Kentish; Mrs Atteu and child, Mrs M.Kay, and Mrs Freeling. Steer age -A. Dugan. Yesterday, the Tartar, 821 tons, Captain -icholls. for Batavia. Yesterday evening. the brigantine M3arian Wat son, 135 tons. Captain Avers, for. flHobrt 'T'ow,. Pansenger-Messrs. Learnmonth. R?everend Mayson ttch and. Bovle, . Mrs. tayoon, Mrs. and twl. Misses Evans, Mrs. Arnott 'andthree children.- Steerage -W. RobinsoM, 'G.: Morto,, and child Mso. Yopog and Catharieo?Goraan. .-~i . .. ? The Bar Durham's departure was announced in our last with a memorandum that she carried no passengers. This was owing-to the eleararce at the Custom-house having beek mislaid. The following is a list of the passengers-Masnrs. Abercrombie, Grant, Ramsay, Newton, and Taylor.; also IM. Jean La Court. M. D , and Honore La Court. A. H., agents of...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839
fjljIping 3lttelli eJcC. ARRIVAL. " *Yesterday, the ehbooner Kale, 62 tons, Cap ain Chape, from Port Macquarie, with a cargo of wool. Wheat,' and maize. Cbiln parsengrs - Mr. land Mrs. Betts,. Messrs. Robertson, McKenzie and H?c?ly. Steeragp, two p,assengers, one constable, ad two .prRoncrs of the Crown.
MELBOURNE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839
MELBOURNE PRICE CURRENT. Ale. Dunbar's. per doz,, 17"s to £1; Ashby'a, per barrel, £6 to £7; Beef, per tierce, £6; fresh, per lb, 4d to 44d ; joint, 3jrl to 4d ; lBeer, hhd (C,.pel's) £5 ; gallon, do. 2a. ; hotter, fresh, per Ib ; 24 Gd to 3s; salt, do, 2s to 2s 6d; Cffee, per Ib, Is. Id. to I. 4d; Candles, mould, per lb, 10d to Is; dips, do., 8d to 10d ; wax, do, 3s ; Currants per lb, I, to Is Id; Cedar per font, 4d to 4Od ; Cheese, Colonial per In, Is Id to is 4d ; Coals, Newcastle. per ton, £2 5a; Cows, £10 to £12; Ducks, couple, t4s to 15; Eggs, dozen, 3s to 44; Flor,. Ist, 101) lbs, £1 7s to £18s 2nd, do., £1 54 to £1 6s; 3rd do, £1 24 to £1 4; Fowls, 10s to 12; Fat, renderetl,44 to 4~d; Hams, per lb, is 3d to Is 6d; H a,, V. 1). L. ton, £12 to £14 ; Port Phillip, do . £10 to £12; Hides, ureen, eacl, 10s; dry, each, 54; Horses £40 to t 70; Iron, Leather, kip, per lb, Is 10&d ; Maize, per hbuhel, 5s Gd to 6 6sd d Mlutton, quarter, 341 to 4d ; joitt,4d to 4jd : Oats, -bus...
SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 18, 1839. Nothing-extenuate, nor ought set down in malice. SHAKESPEARE. Governor Bourke. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839
JYDnEY MONITOR g. COMiMERCIAL ADVERTISER MNO.NDAY "MORNING. FEBI3IUAR\IY 18; "1839. Nuothing.erenuute, nor .~Aght set doun in rnmaule. .Governor Bourke. [Extract from a Despatch from Sir Rithard bourke to Lord Glenelg, dated the 8th of Sep. tember.. 1837.-No. 83, quoted by His Excel lencv Sir G. Gippes in his peaing Speech to the Conndir on Thursday fast] " VITrrI regard to this branch of the present colonial exisenditure, (poli. e and gaols,) I have already stated, as well in my Despatch of the 18th of September, 1835, as in the other commnttniuctions upon the stmell subject, (to which replies have not yet been receiveil) thait wi~iou' some continued assistance front thie Bri tish Treasury, it will be found dillipult, permanently to provide the necessary fonds frm the present resources of this Government. In expressing this opinion, I do not anticipate the appropriation of the whole proceeds of Crown Lands for the purposes of Emigration, and should this, now be opposed, the difficu...
Sydney Wholesale Price Current. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839
Sydney Wholesale Price Current. IM PO RTS. Srtntrs-(In bond) *p gallol--Itum, proof, to 30 O. P., 45s d to 6s Od--lrandy, Ss tid to .s 09d--OLh, pale, 4s. TouAcco-per ib-Negrohead, il-Cavendish, Ad. Java, Je20--tefineds, O( per Ib. -' CoaPs--per lb-ld to Is. TicT-per chest--Soueahog, £3--Iyson.skin, £4 12s iGd -Hysol, f2 25 per box. Rics-per bag-'Patna, ?LI s-Java, (ss. Seoces-per Ih-Pepper, id to .d-Cloves, is to ?s fid. RAtsiss-per lb-Cape, id--Smyrna, i?4 W.'iis-(Jn wood) per pipe-Sherry, .C'13 to £50 Madeiru, £25 to .'i5--Teneritie, 4113 to 430-Port, .30 to £dO0-Cape, .?lo.-(In bottlre-per dozen Champagne, 43s to 55s-Claret, .£1 to .1 15s Madeira, ?r to L1 10s-Sherry., 41 : to 41 7s 6d Port, $1 5s to .'1 1os. Poalan-per ihhd--Taylor's, ?' 12s Ed-Other Brewers', .05 Ils-Bottled, 12s per dozen. A s--Burton, L6 5s pce barrel-Elliot's, £6 Ills per hhd Bottled, Dunbar's, 13s perdozen. SALT Paosuvsonv-Beef, -O.fis per tierece-Pork, Irish, £4 los per barrel--Hamburgh, .64 d % ad per ba...
English Extracts. THE WRECK OF THE FORFARSHIRE STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839
Englisht Extracts. THE WIRECK OF THE FOItFARSlIRE . STEAMIEIt. F[FROM TIlE BBRWICK WARDER.] We have this week paid a second visit to the wreck which is lying in much the same state that it was, only somewhat more gutted by the occasional dashing of the billows amongst its timber and planks Upon this occasion, owing to the low tide, the extent of the rock was more conspicu ous than before. The starboard side of tihe ill fated vessel lies chock up against a sort of shelf of the rock, the deck slightly inclining. When she went in two there, the sea of course instantly rushed into her engine-room, which was then exposed at the end where the breach had taken place, to all the fury of the raging billows; the fore cabin situate beyond the engine room was soon laid open also, and gutted of all its furniture and fittings. Here it was that the poor woman, Mrs. Dawson and her two children were surrounded by the merciless element. They were lying on the floor it is believed the anxious mother c...
The Cape Military Bashaw. COLONEL NAPIER, His conduct to wrecked seamen and passengers, and to his victims the Dutch farmers. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839
The Cape Military Basha.w. COLONEL NAPIER, His conduct to wrecked seamen and passengers, and to his viclims the Dutch farmers. (The following article in the Sydney Herald so entirely meets our sentiments that we feel it our duty as friends to "civil liberty all over the world,"amongst Dutch as well as English, to give it all the cir culation in our power.-En SYv. Moe.) , In an address lately delivered by the Governor to the Legislative Council at the Cape, his Excellency, adverting to the emigrant .farmers, declared it to be the de termination of Her Majesty's Governnment, to permit no farther British colonizauion in that part of A'riea nor the erection of any pretended independent tiate by any of her Majesty's subjects, which he says the emigrant farniers still continue to be. They (the emigrants) must, says the Go vernor, " be restrained, not only from making such attempts, but from the consm mission of any hostile, act against the natives, or any invasion of their territories. Th...
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16 Before the Judges in Banco. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16 Before the Judges in Banco. Pedley v. Green -Rule made absolute The application against the rule was made by ,Mr. A'Beckett, but the Judges were of opinion ihat great neglect bad been shewn by the defendants, as the case had been set down for a jury inFebruary, 1838; the defendants h?nd'applied for a commission, which was granted, but not yet taken out by them iand, in the opinion of the Court, that cotnmission was applied for solely" for ;ihe purposeof del;ty.
Supreme Court. CIVIL SIDE. FRIDAY, 15TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839
Supreme Court. CIVIL SIDE. FawRAY, iSTII F?BRUARY. Before the three Judges. The following persons were declared to be fined for non-attendance as Juror- : J. S. Ferritter, E.q., £10; F Mitchell, Esq , £10; Mr John Cox, £2 ; Mr. Benjamin Carter, £2; Mr. Niholans Ca v% lon, £?3; Mr 'lh ,mns Riddle, £2 , Mr. John l)alley, £2 ; Mr. R. Dawson, £2 ; -Lewart .\ Doualssion, EIq., £i5 : .lames Davison. Lsq , 5; Thomas Gore, Esq. £5 ; Mr George Raymond, £2, James Kay, Esq , £2; Peter Workman for for 'eited recogniz',nce for Isaac Williaws, £100. Doe on demise of Terry v. M Cullock, new trial granted for the Defendants. 'I his haul been an nction for ejectoen: decided by assessors for plaintiff (Terry) but another trial arising out of same grounds, has been decided by other asses sors for the defendants. Th'e case rests on some deeds of grants of land nma:le by Go vernor King in 1803, to Rowley. Esq , which, plaintiffs allege, have been can oelled. The plaintiff on the other hand, claims by a ...
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839
T-URSDAT, FfnnDART 14TH, Thomas Hlorseman, a free hired servant, who came out from England under indenture, to serve the firm of Hirst and IBuckley. for the period of five years, from the sth of last March, as clerk and book-keeper, but who entered into an agreement in January to serve as shepherd, at their establishment at Limestone Plaind, was brought up on warrant to answer the charges of abscondi'.g before the expiration of the terms of agreement. The prisoner's defence was. that Mr. Buckley, now residing at the :ta tion, had permitted him to return to Sydney and to vas. cate the secondl agreement. Tills, however, wai contra. dieted by Mr. Hirst, who shewed Mr. Buckley's letter to the contrary. Captain Innes said, he knew no class of people who requited so much looking after as free hired servants, who entered into agreements and broke through them when displeased at any real or ihaginary affront regardless of their contracts. The prisoner appeared to be a person of a rather bet...
SCHEDULE REFERRED TO. Table of Fees chargeable by the Commissioners of any District. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839
,CIIlDULE LIEFERRED T?'. Table of Fees charreab'le b. the Cuimissioners if any District. £ s. d. For every vi.it of the Corllmi.inner spe cially mlade, at ia er.eatel dliitalce fro.l his fie.l sati oun than five milei, Rwd not whilst on his pe nilllf tili iit. at tithe pe clil request of any paI ty. to view en crrchmentsllllle , or Ilee in dipjute, t, libe paid by the paty .................. . 2 0 0 And fIr every ive toiles inl additiouh, tihe t f. ................. 1 0 0 For the delerllillation. of any matter re ferred to himt by parties in di-pilte, by each party .......................... I 0 0 F ir remollving silek from lln ue pl.ce to another whin performllld Iby tlhe Co)t. misaioner, or -Police under hlis orders, iper head for ee, vy usilh, for heep; anild per head our every mile. fl"r cattle and holer.* .......... For every sumnollllns isuetd at the request of aty party for ianother party as wit nes. to all' tir I before thile CoIlui.-ilner in say dispute ................... ...
Sydney Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839
Sydney Markets. The supply is freer than last week's &nbsp; but rain is much wanted. Butchers' prices .dntinue the snme and cattle are.aily ex. pected..from the ,coutitry. Popitry ,"kelns its plrice anld -eggs are very high.. ,Frtii! and vegetables are plentiful, o'ntwithstand; iag the droughlt. Corn has advanced con: 4id'.rahly a uid there' is very little .in, the market. Good clean Vhe-at would fetch lOs. Ga. per bushel freely. The Hlay and itraw markets are occasionally replenishe' "y arrivals from Launcedtuo. &c., and re uain at .standard prices. Very little hbaa -Lcei duonef in' Ibcco lately, and very few' good , samples have appeared. "A lot of Cheese lr m: ther Hunter, wea off last wefkat.from."d to?.d .per ,b.
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839
* SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. Stock on hand the 9th Inst-B. P. rum, 94,16g gallund--randy, 28,761 gatllonsa-in, 28.911 gRlna -other spirits, 7,245 gallons. Fig. and Cavendish tobacco, 125,877 pound+-lirazil ditto, 13,710 pounds unmanufactured ditto, 26,5:1 pounds-clgars,34 501 pounds-souff, 2.520 prupds Received during the week--R. P. ram, 10,20 gal ons-brandy, 1.765 gallon"-.-gin, 927 wallon" -other spirits, nil-Fi!t and Cavendish tobacco,. 13,938 pounds-Brazil ditto, nil--unmanufactured ditto, til pounds-citars, nil-snuff, nil. I)elivered for home connumption-B. P. rum; 3,174 gallons-brandy, 1,826 iallon.-gini, 217 gral ions-other _pirits, 43 gallons-fig and Cavendiah tobacco, 1,531 pounds-Brazil ditto, nil-unmannu. fattured ditto, nil-cigars, 535 pounds--anuf, aUl pounds. Delivered for exportation--i. P. rum, 456 allnns -brandy, 154 allons -gin, 330 Itllons-other sni. rits,4:l15 gallons-fig and Cavendish trobiacco, 10,977 poundsl-Brazil ditto nil-unmanufactured ditwo, nil-cigar!. nil-sn...
FOR SALE, FREIGHT, OR CHARTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839
FOIt SALP FREIllT, OR CIHATRiRt. HePe. for freight or charter, I amb & Co., agents. Lasoins. brig, for Bale-Aspinall & Co., agents Caroline, brig, for freight orcharter, Waltker & Co. agents Captain Gilmore of the Ewretta, hasi obtained the contract for conveying troops and invalids to lEngland. She sails in the early part of next month. The Light House at South [lead Road is about undergoing some repairs, but which will not inter fere with the exhibition of the light. The Dublin Packet is at Pitmait's wharf load ing for New Zealand, and sails for the above port about i'huredaty next-Weller, agent. The Catherine Jamieson has commenced loading at Moore's whatf for London. The Eli-a Francis, (a London whaler) is now moored off the Queen's wharf taking in provisions, &ce. for the South Seas. Tie Governor Bourke, (a Sydney whaler) has Ilearly conmpleted taking in her provisions, gear, &c. and will proceed to the South Seas during the week, having ...
LAID ON, BUT TIME OF SAILING NOT FIXED, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839
LAID ON, ]ur TI7*1 OP SAIº.INO NOT P1x0D0. Lord iEldon, for London, In all FPebruary-Monteflore & Co., agents Port'and, for London, in all March-llechrist & Co., agents Ewwretta. for London-B-otts, agent Glenbervie, for London-Mon teflore & Co.. agents Mary, for the flshery-Htlughes and Hosking, agents Perseverance, for Liverpool direct, in all March Baasler, agent -Achilles, for South Seas-Curtis, agent Catherine Jamleson. for London-H. Moore, agent EJlle, Frances, for the fishery-Captain Lawson agent Alexander Hlenr, for the South Seas-Captain'Lawson, owner and agent SPaortand, for London-Walker & Co. and Gilchrist & Co., agents Susanna, barque, 256 tons, Ridley master, for London -A. B. Spark & W. Carter, agents Abel Gower, Henderson master, forLondon, from New castle, A. W. Scott, of Newcastle, agent Cilt of Edinbuarh, for London, from Newcastle-A. W. Scott, of Newcastle, agent Colonist, for Lvlerpool-A. B. Smith, agent Aadromaehe,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839
AND ,N.returning his thanks to the Australian Public generally for the liberal Patronage and Support. which they.have t.JIgiven him in: his Business as. GROCER and ITALIAN WAREHOUSEM AN, hastens to inform them that.he has ,-uade arrangements for the commencement of an extensive IRONMONGERY TRADE, in addition to his otheri as ,above, oin the Premises AO. .7.4, Geoarge s. treet, LATE =MR.. ?WILSON'S WELL-KNOWN SALE ROQ.i. In soliciting a share of the Public support, J.H.. would assure, them, that ýfis, ,a rangements .are so padc ,as. to iceet every.tling liike competition; the: Selectioil of the GOODS genecrally was i.iade in the bei:t,f4 o muac, a,,t'_fic tituing districts b Mr. J. T. `WILSON, diurig his st'ay in.Enghiihd ; tfhe Public have therefore-this guarantee, that oii Article unsuited to the wvants of the Coloniy would lrlifoight. The Shipnmiets will be made;.QUAvnTER, to hiiim itli the ccrtainty tl?it .py inp rove'.eit n in"'ols 0orA Aricuitural Implements he will be the firs...