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VESSELS CLEARED OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839

VESSELS CLEARED OUTw kRDS, The Dublin Packet, 128 tons. Captain Wells, for New Zealand. Passengers-Mr. A. Dalziel.- Sterage-a whaline rang, cnn.icting of 59 men. Hamilton Ross, 289 tons, Captain Robb. for the Mauritius. Passengers-Cabin, Mrs. Robb, and Mr. Aspinall. Steerage, G. Blnwcll.

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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Immigration Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839

Immigration Report. The following is part of a Commentary' 'by the Colonist'on the Immigration Report just published, and proceeding from a Com mittee composed of Bishop Broughton, Sir John Jamison, Mr. Bl1axland, Mr. act-: arthur and M?r. Lithgow. The report af fects to say that soure 220' pages of evi dence, almost till of the Paute tednur and: consequently full of sameness, is too pre cious to be analysed and contldemned. But. the Colonist mItore than hints, that it wasi too laborions a Insk for the members of the Ctnmmuittee to make such a repolrt a- would be expected frou. a Commitiec oft the HIouse of' Commons On the vag?ce-! ness of the report, arising fro. the want of, such- analt sis* andd condenawation, the Col/o ,'sl T thTe follonUVg hutinourums coa inentury - . - The .pirrlgraih fromb which we have been quoting (pnage Z), winds .uI) .thus :-"At thies irie ttnie, as it is.- pr.l;osed "still to e.tline the introduction oif Itanuigra'nts a. the puiblir 'ee,ense, to suc/h nu...

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South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839

South Austiraia. iMIr D)ltton is of Opiiior, that Sauth Australia is a colony similair io.RNew Sou h \Vales, that ii to say, a pastoral and nut an ngricultural colony; a theep and wine country, and nut a country to produce arain in'il htixtery. It appears to possess a droughty climate. The Plain, on which Adelaide is situated, is of six miles extent, and so level, that in rainy years it may re quire some large drains to carry off the water, thoulgh now it is as parched up and as lhare of grass, as anty part of New South WVales. It has a rotten limestone b ittons in potiue parts, and there is no doubt, but that for gardens and orchards, being a light red loam, it is an excellent soil. Mr Du'ton, Captain Finnis, and 3Mr .1Faurlane, have bought 4000 acres ol picked land within 18 miles of A eleidi, as the crow flies, and twen'y five by the present road. They engaknd as settlers or tenants on their new purchase, the whole of the Gerutan Emigrants who arrived at Adelaide in one of the se...

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Port Phillip. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839

--Port Phirip. l"i .s-ls arri'ved -at the P eI'itof nf telhbnn'" Ihietl*Wen 1Wth .Tin tray atid ati. Kate from' Syilney,- VaiTah,y fromi Geiore Tisin, K?iih 1177 sheelp, ,Pitoainia fromn Adelaide to tI I tiher, Pickwick front Launceston "LayI of the-LOrcfrom Hobart. ddelaidel fronm S)dney, 'I. . .Ship .RBagle from del Str.tit, Ikenry from Itaunceston, and Per -eeeriaiae froin L-aunceston. :l?.jartied-- Tarinr?itian L,,ss, for r-robnrt,. Iltalioot for rlobart, K?le for Ilulbirti W;alrl 'for Georvge 'T'lwn, Britanniat for ,L'unceston, and hlope for Sydney. A gentleinsin, a rmitive of this colonv, who has large spei-tilatiolns at Ailelitile, and deeply interestvd in that colony, has lahttily visited Prt Phillip,; ,d thus writes to a friend in Sirdey, dated M'Ielbotrne D29th'January. We-have seen the -letter. ~D. Sio. Mow. ." This is a splendid country. I like 'it"much better than South Australia. It is astonishing the improve hnvnls that have been made here consi Ulering the time it ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839

.:Aldertisem.ents sent to this 0qice, must ,specify on the frce iqt/eq,, Y/ .u er of tiutes they are to be advertised; otherwise, thtey.vill be contiiutda.nd c.hared until countermanded. FOR PASSENGERS ONLY. FOR LIVERPOOL DIRECT. (To Sail on the O . 25th February.) TlE fine fast-sailing British-built barque T Laura A. 1.. 329 tons per register, E. Day, Commander. The accommodations of tbis" Vessel are -very superior, and she will be punctually despatehed gds above. Apply to the Commander on board. or to ASPINALL" BROWNE & CO; For London Direct. A REGULAR TRADER. T IIE remarkably FINE, FAST-SAILING Ship Andromache, A I, 468 Tons register, Thomas New, Commander. This Ship has part of her Cargo engaged, and will meet with despatch; has superior accommodations for Passengers, and carries an experienced Snegeon. For Freight or Passage, apply to the-Commander on board,-or to W. S. DELOITTE &-CO. February. 4,.1839. Lower George-street. For Passengers ohly,- Fof..Live-?pool....

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New Sydney Steam Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839

New Sydney Steam Company. (We present the Members of the New Steam Co pany with the following article from the Spec tator, 8th October.) To THE EDITOI OP TfE SPIICTATOR. Liverpool, lst October, 1839. S a,-The successful establishment of a most rapid com Snnmlcation between England and Ame:ica, induces me to offter for insertion In your able jcurnal a few remarks on the wonderful and attractive subject of Steam Navigation, and on the additional beneficial results likely to be derived from its employment. Since the last vital improvements of the immortal Watt in the steam.engine, it has been the constant, laudable, and prosperous aim of scientific men, to augment its safety, speed, and economy : the first of which essentials has nearly been perfected; while In the ease of marine-engines the second has been increased, from the average rate of six to ten knots per hoar; aqd the last object improved by a reduction in the consumption of fuel, of from one ton to three fifths of a ton of te...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839

_- _- .- " . .. .. .. WHIOLESALE AND RETAIL 7] Grocery, Drug, and Family TEA WAREHOUSE, BRICKFIZL-.HI LL. F J J. DAVIES (late bof the firm of Dodds and a Davies,) having opened those extensive pre oises adjoining the Tannery of Mr. Wilshire in the above business, respectfully solicits a share of public patronage. From his extensive connection in the colony, J.J. D. has had asi opportunity of select ing the best articles in the market, which he now ofers to his friends at the lowest remunerating prices, aad has also remitted orders to first-rate houses in England for regular supplies. which will enable hint to compete with any house in the tsrde, both as to quality and price. The Medical department of the business being placed under the nmanagement of a gentleman fully qualified in England, and of considerable Colonial experience, J. J. D. trusts he shall not be thought to assert too much by assuring the public. and espe .cially headsof families, they may depend upon the :accuracy an...

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FLOUR AT THE MILLS. PER 100 LBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839

FLOUR AT THE MILLS. PEIC 100 L33. .Fine Seconds Ratios Barker and Hallen........... 26 .. 24s .. 214 Hughes and Hosking........ 26s .. 24s .. 2 A Girard ....................26 .. 24* .. 21. Dodd+, Biackett, and Aird .. 26s' .. 24s .. 214 Hullingshed Brothers ....... 26s .. 2 .. 21a CLEAN WHEAT AT THE MILLS, PER BUSHEL. Colonial, from .........:.... O 9 6 to 0 10 0 Van Dienmet's Land.......... 0 9 0 0 9 6 BISCUIT. No. i, per ewt ........................ 116 0 No. 2, perditto ...................... .1 6 0 BEP.AD, per 2h loaf. ....... 0 O 5 to ) 0 6 Bran, per hushelof 20 lb ................ O 2 0 Bran, by the ton, per bushel..............0 1 10 MAIZE. PRICE GIVEN TO TILE GlttwERS. Best quality, per hushlI ...... 0 6 6 to 0 7 0 ltr.TAIL PRuCes. Best quality, per bushel ...... 0 7 0 to 0 8 0 GRAIN OF OTHER KINDs. Oats (seed) St Gd to 4" per bushtel; barley (seed) 4s to 5s Gd; rye. none. HAY AND STRAW. Onten hny £12 to £14 per ton; Straw £1 10* to £2 per load, acbordino toruize. DAIRY PRo...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839

Married.       By special license, on Monday the 11th instant, at Christ Church, Newcastle, by the Rev. C. Pley- dell N. Wilton, M.A., Mr J. Edwards of West Mait- land to Sophia, eldest daughter of John Smith Esq., of Newcastle, Hunter's River. Death.   At the lle of France, on the 14th July, 1838 Mr James Cummins, brother to Mr. R. Cummins, of Philip-street, after a protracted illness, much regretted by a numerous circle of friends.

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Police News. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839

Police News. TIiuRsmIAk, FnnRUAiY 14. AssqciN6 SfiAiva'rs.-A Mr. Dgiht, Grazier, appliled to Captain Innis to haive his uasigned servaint rele~ised who liad been confined, being found yestcrday without a pass from his master or Over seer. Captan Innis consented to the man's discharge, his mnaster iequiring his imithtdiate services, but dbserved, that the 1irdictice of assigned servants who ?ditid down in charge of their master's drays troati the country,or as witnesseds in the Supreme Court, beitig permitted by them to ftid lodgings for tienisdlve's in S ydedy, wo~ 'tcdtened awilb th el wor't consefiitences, iiid miust be put'-"a s'tdp..td, for by, suchi permission tliey W~e:"pl'aiil dtidbyond illr dotrtol, e'cepit tHrit of, .h',:liPolicd,. ,,?hd' could not be supppsed td'o now',ih"t i ' Clitri~li I~u;ib'i'dti? ad il"'bhi i :Davis; (seamen), who l4ad "ben three :days con lined. :in'. the:. watchlr?ouse,..1 vaiting. the attehdhn, oef "ltHeir fOa?tiin to- rusedilte tiheikt fdi idasond...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839

NEWS OF THE DAY. In the supplement to the ollicial Govern ment Gazette of 9th February, an'loun list of grasts of town allotmnents is published foi the informationi of cltlitant-s. *Also, a list of Crown lands numbered 110 tit 139, which will be sold on the 13th March next. Also, a list of town allotmehts numbered 66 to, 84, .which will .tie sold .on the 14th Miarch n 'xt. Also,la listof town allotmentsin ~Mitchel 'N Town, 'numb'ered I to 30, which will be sold the 9th May h'xt. in the ol'icial Gazette of 13th February, Philip Parker Kirig, Esq., Ri. N., is ap pointed Memnberof the Legislative Council, ii~ the tonmi of M"r Close, resigned. Mr, Mea'rane, is appointed Clerk to the Bench it Diangog, in room of Mr MI'Cor mark, resigned. Tnn Governor of South Australia has notified, thiit in the Iate fire at Adelaide, the deeds of grants of land were preserved .and also the.maps of the colony. 'i'Th boundaries of the town of WVindsor are published. Sliitits may now be sold at Qieanbeyan ...

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PARACHUTE DESCENT AT CHELTENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839

PARACHUTE DESCENT AT CHELTENHAM. Mr. Hampton has addressed the follow ing letter to the Editor of the ' Cheltenham Chronicle: Cheltenham, Wednesday evening. Sir-This has been one of the happiest days of my life, though it was upon the ,c.lmmencement of the morning one of the most miserable, inasmuc·h as I apprehended that the public would condemn mie, in. some de?ree, for having compromdised my self in the contract I had undertaken to fulfil, and which would have been carried out to the fullest extent, agreeably to m.y original announce ment, only that a certain portion of humane frienads (?), having more sympathy for my personal safety than I had myself, unfortunately frustrated, as they considered, my desi_n ; but aware as I was that my future fame depended ulpon the act of thi dlay, my mind was resolutel, fixed upon carrying; out my determina'ion; and I therefore confild d my plan to my only friend, Mr. Grenville Fletcher, and bs his assistance and juditious directions, pre vious...

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English Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839

English Extracts. From the Speclator, eth October. The Registration in England proceeds as it begun-favourably for he Tl'ories, ad. versely for the Liherals. We look in vain for the record of Liberal gains in townor country. The party is dispirited; and their conduct gives the lie to the pretence th;t? the absence of excitement among the friends of the Government proceeds from their being sati.saed. If there is any truth in what the Morning C/lronicle did not blush to assert, that while the Tories lost strength and credit, the triumphant Mi nisters established themselves, by their excellent management last Session, more firmly than ever in the good opinion of the country, how does it come to pass that effectual support to this popular Ad. ministration, in the Registration Courts, is wanting ? But the Chronicle proclaims that the t registration is disastrous to the Tories, and that the W\higs are triumphant i Its own columns, furnishing detailed accounts of the proceedings, exhibit t...

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SATURDAY, 16TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839

SATURDAY, IUTH FaRaUARY. ASRAULT -BY A CONS'rABLE.s-On Thurs nlay afternoon, as Mrs. Mary Hely, of Salt Pan 'Creek, accompranied by her sister, was proceeding home in her cart along the l'nrramatta Road. she was overtaken b. Flynn. (a District Constable at 3errimu.) who dismounted, seized the horse's reins and commanded her to stop and get out of the cart. She refused. He insisted, rep -resenting himself to be a Serjeant of the Mounted Police. A carriage passing by at the time, Mrs. Hely appealed to a gentle man in it for assistance, who made the fel low let go the reins which he held in his `hand to pr, vent their advance. 'I hey pro -ceeded, and were again overtaken by flynn. who was mounted as before and exhibited a formidable pair of handcuffs at his girdle H4e again dismounted, tied his horseto the 'cart, seized the reins, and stopled them a tbefore. Mrs. Hely and her sister becoming -very much alarmed, the part of the road being lonely, the former shouted murder, when Mr. Broa...

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The new Squatting Act. A BILL TO AMEND AN ACT INTITULED, "AN ACT TO "CONTINUE AND AMEND AN ACT, INTITULED, 'AN ACT TO RESTRAIN THE UNAUTHORISED OCCUPATION OF CROWN LANDS." Preamble—Penalties for unauthorised occupation of Crown Lands — proviso as to subsequent offences. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839

:The new Squatting -Act: .A BILL TO ASIP.N??.AN. ACT INTITULRFD, t' A ACT To SC JINTINcC ANDD AMI'O -AN ACT, ISTi "TOUL.RD, ' AN ACT TO -IESTIRAIN Thl TINAUTliORISED OCCUPATION OF. CROWN LkDS" ..• - Preamble-Pennaslties fIr lrnaulhhorised occupation of Crotor -L?ays - Pru'iae as to aubseq sep1t ,FerCres. WVuF.aEAs the unauthori ed .occupastion +of the unalienated lands of New South WVale is .derogatory to the rights of the ,Crown, nod conducive to.nany illegal and dishonest .practices . and w here a on nct 'was tia'sse'd by the .Covernor and Council 'of New South \'Wales, in the seventh year of the reign of his late Maijesty King 'W~lliam the'Fourth, iritituled, " An Act to -restrain the unauthorised occupation of '?.i ,wn Lands," which has been found )heneficial in its operation ; and whereas another act wnas-passed in the second year of her present Majesty, intitu'ed, " An .Act to continue .'aii.rdatimt.an :Act, Inti tuled,' An Act to restrain the unauthorised -occufatimn of Crown...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839

ABSTRACT OF ALL BALX.S BY AUCTION Whichl will take place before our next pulhecation THIS DAY. W. HEBBLEWHITE-At his Rooms, at 11 o'clock-Paper, Horse-hair, and a variety of Assorted Merchandise. SIMMONS & ('O-At the Stores of Messrs :Ed wards and Hunter, at 11 o'clock- 50 packages Merchandise, 30 acres at Waverley, &c. A. POLACK-On the ground, at 12 o'clock Property in Cumberland-street. J. HALL-On the premises. at 12 o'clock-Lease of Property in Liverpool.street west. S. SOLOMONS-On the premises, at 12 o'clock Allotments and Buildings in Windmill, Glouceso ter, and Cambridge Streets. TO.MORROW. J. T. WILSON-At his Rooms, at half-past II for 12 o'clock-12 Acres at Burwood, and Allot. ments in the Townships of Ysas and Marulan. SALES OF CROWN LANDS. March 13-Section Freeholds. March 14.-Leaseholds. April I .-MelbourneAllotments. NEWV ADVERTI SE ME NTS OFI1 THIS DAY. WANTED, A RESPECTABLE YOUTH as an Apprentice to the Boot and Shoe-making. For particu. lars, apply at ...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839

IMPOUNDINGS. Impounded at the old Pound. Bng Bonng--ne brindle snail-horned bullock, branded on the off hit M..wit?ri a circle, ribe brahndd the same, ablot tail, hack and )eilly white. If not.olaimned within twenty one days. fr(oin thiadate, thre will hle .?ld agrerlbly to the 'ct of Council to defray. expen?er.. William Jones Pimoulkceper. Bpng Bung, Feb. 4. 1839 Pu.tage 8d. 9. 3d;. ' Impounded seven miles north of P ititl, District of Evan, on the 2nd instant-One brown bullnck, branded near rump H P. One stRawberry cow, branded-near thiuh.4C, off rii.It.l P..near Inmlni nut lechile, off'shounlder'not legible. One brindle and 'ltse steer..Iranded..neiir.,rail!p RiP. One pole ow., bleck sidt~,white baqk, 1be1y,.and tail, brandedt pear shoulder.d4P conjined?, peat ruim!n .IP cUt 'joined. One. red cow, brh:ddilt dnar" hiu der jP con joted,.near runmp P A .dtfnhel.' One r?id std wihite mate eatbtf4r-&?,r? -n--lmkId -.?WHl-tir(I runrp * P conjoined. On-( b ? riinllu.hand,.w.Jic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839

SANTED, in Sydney. a large and-commo dious House, for which liberal terms will 'be given. Address by letter, UL.N.,at-the oflce N -of this paper. A PARTDMENTSto Let Furnished. C(Board if required). Apply to "?1r. IJones, .Stationer, et. &cc., George-street, South. wi. 20 Rope Makers and 10 Flax Dresser r / AY find employment by applying to M. M. Wyer, Castlereagh-street. A. Jauuary 21st, 1989. Sioynnan Wanted. A A PERSON of good character acqtainted with tb A the GROCERY BUSINESS. Apply at th this Office. be TAN IED. two BLACKSMITHS and two V HAMMERMEN, apply to J. DONOVAN. Pt ironmonger. George-street, opposite Police Office. de N.B.-An Apprentice wanted. pc ASSISTANT OVERSEER. at W ANFED, a Situation by a Person of active habits, as Assistant Overseer on a Grazing establishment; Salary no object. Apply to Mr Hall, Mfonitor Office, York-street. To Country Storekeepers and Others. THE ADVERTISER who has been a consi- h derable time in the Colony, and is thoroughly tl -conver...

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Passengers by "Dunlop." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 February 1839

Passengers by " Dunlop." We have received the following sub- scriptions for the relief of the passengers wrecked in the Dunlop, and hope some gentlemnan will accept the office of treasurer,   to receive these and other subscriptions, which no doubt will be forwarded by the humane when such officer shall have been appointed. £ s. d. Mr. Thos. Hyndes. of Druitt street... 5 0 0 - E. S. Hall, same street... ..... ....... . 1 0 0 We beg the favour of our contempora- ries to copy these subscriptions into their   journals respectively.  

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Negligence of the Sydney Bench. TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 February 1839

-Negligence of -the i i*y-3ach".; . r, . , , , ..... . __"-? .o7[0 ý7 . . .iD 17nkQ H " - .. :. , jSyidney'Monitor ard C ommitrcial Adierlti~er. ;SIR,"ý Xa Uwjl1.vtety ntch.biigc me h~r znsetiiig in your next publication, tl4¢ following facts - Appidatippt t ?i t'icket'tof-leavr at the Sydney Betch," are net tttdizided (o .nov. , avo they Pedn thestJ4*it tfxree' mrndthi The dCto (ocl. spnie. that the. apliciit. shall apply three.moptit. lp fote.h , is due for his n a e h&civndgt h .tckral'tl nt""' the; rst Friday in eaah.Imonti. i " l..~t three mont tl?M- touatfteil ne. ,ttingiii."' AJ?ali:at' hae h,' 1. have a o ite:iquiry found,thnt there are.up S rvtdof :.h' srpp dcationinw aithtny oydney tolico 9Olce;,*hg fiavo lit hten ting tioutb after mionth to have tl~eit claimst examined. I Sir, have got one nof my isrvani n ts " he alove' Situatiol, '?hoe''api ed .i theed:tli .iimonths biicl' for ;Iisa Ticket:at'.jei,ve..Y c?n. have ?n? iatgrest; in . .,ritiing in bedaltfof"my serv...

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