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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 February 1839

sBALz B BY A-CTzON Whfich will take place before our nest pubheatios THIs DAY. J. T.. WILSON. at I I o'clock, at his rooms, Iron, &e. AIlt. LA.CKMAN, at tile Commissariat Stoaes, at 10 o'clock--and at tile Dock Yard at 12 o'clock--surplus, Government stores. W. HEEBiLEWl1lTE-at Mr. Moffits store, Queen's Place at 12 o'clock, 42 bales Wool; after which the lease ofthe store. - TO-MORROW. J. BYRNES, on the estate of Captain Start, near Camp. belltown, Ilousehold Furniture. LENT. HIS Season of Abtinence and fasting'being now at hand, the undersigned beg to remind their Friends and the Public, that they have on sale, very fine PICKLED SALMON, Dried Fish, RED AND WHITE HERRINGS, Anchonies, i8c. 8ec., ALSO, Just received, PRIME COLONIAL CHEESE, (infinitely superior to any that has been retailed for the last Three months DERWENT POTATOES (warranted good,) With every article, cheap as usual at the New Holland Grocery Warehouse, Market-street, East, R. D. & T. B. COVENY WHOLE...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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Shocking Catastrophe. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 February 1839

Shocking Catastrophe. PoLrcs, P naararrA.T-On Friday the 14th instant, an inquest was held on the body of Mrs Fishman, the wife of a settler near Parramatta, and the mother ofthirteen children, who died while confined in the Watch-house. It appeared on evidence. that on Thursday the deceased was walk ing threugh Pairamatta with her husband and his sister, when three constables came up and insisted on taking the man into custody for drunkenness the wife offered some opposition, and they took her also into custody, lodged her in the Watch-house with her infant at her breast. She was found dead in the Watch.house about two hours afterwards; her death having apparently been caused immedi ately by hemmorage. The Jury returned a verdict of died by the visitation of God, but expressed their conviction, that it was the result of the woman's having'been put in the Watch-house. The husband was discharged on Friday morning, no one appear ing against him. The whole of the Jury have signed a pet...

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

TO THE EDITOR OF TlHE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. Sxn,-I am surprised to find by your Police Report of Friday last, that your reporter has given as a fact, that in my complaint before the Magis. trate against my assigned servant Margaret King; I charged her not alone with absconding. but also wivith acts of indecency and misconduct in the pre. sence of the young ladies of Mrs. De Metz's Estab lishment; I deny the fact of my having stated these words, I never made mention of any such misconduct at my house ; what I said was, that I had been told by a gentleman that she had on a Sunday behaved indecently, before his house in the presence of young ladies; and I told this in order to plocute the full punishment for her misconduct. I am, your obedient servant, A. L. DE bMETZ. Cleveland House, Feb. 19, 1839. (We have inquired of our Reporter, and he says, that Mr. De Mletz did not in his hearing say, that the indecency he mentioned took place in another person's premises. Bu...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 February 1839

NEWS OF THE DAY. Tas JuDGsHXP.-lt is generally understood amongst the gentlemen of the 'Bar, that the offer of the seat on the bench, vacant by the absence ofJudge Burton, has been offered to Mr Alfred Stephens of Van Diemen's Land. PIcKlNe PocxxTs.-When the colony was young, and its population both small and Foor, carrying money about the person was very rare. Pick pockets therefore did not practice their vocation. It was an unheardof larceny, until within these few -years. But gentlemen congregate now in sale roomns. and are krown to carry money about them; hence we shall find that the crime of picking pockets will increase every year. On Friday night, at a sale held by Mr Wilson at his stomns, in George street, a Mr Popham had his pocket picked of a pocket.book, in which were bank-notes and cheques amounting to .40. Much interest was excited at the Court of ;Quarter Sessions on Monday last, to witness the trial of the soldiers for attemptingfto break out of prison. Amonast them w...

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DIARY. MEMORANDA FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 February 1839

DIraar. MEMORANDA FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. 'FnDuARY. Hiatt WATra. Sur Morning Eaening Rites. Sete. Wednesday 20 O40Orn OA 36m 5 3l 6 31 -lursday 21 '1 6 1 as S1 6 290 Friday 22 2 0 2 28 I5 32 6 2 Saturday 23 2 59 3 32 5 3 .6 27 Sunlay 24 s4 S s 2 626 Monday 25 5 , 5 5 43 5 35 6 25 Tuesday 26 , 6 12 6 46 5 36 0 24

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Weekly Meteorological Table. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, WINDS, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 February 1839

lretlep fieteorological (lable. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, WINDS, &c. Thza.moo..Rx.. "1 ,Vz. I WE,...a RmoRn won ei V W "Wedn.n. I.s 70 8) 77 NE Clear Tbursday 14 70 82 76 I NE I Clear Friday I 74 81 79 |NE Clear Sa'urday 18 76 8 s2 7 S 12 NE I Cloudy Smay 17 71 J 82 [8' NE [Hot Wlad M.ndy 18 64 74 68 I SE Cloudy Tuesday 19g 6 73 70 SE Cloudy Mean Temperature, 75'.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 February 1839

ARRIVAL. Yesterday, the basque Jessie, 314 tonls, Keants, master, from Liverpool, on the 22nd of October, with a cargo of Merchandise. Passengers-Alc?ss. IBroughton, Cohen, and Alaith, Mrs. Cohen and two children, 66 Government Emigrants with 22 children. A. B. Smnith & Co., agents. Same day, the bark Maargaret Raile, 308 tons. Captain l)'Coflin, from the South Seas. Site left St. John's New Brunswick, 12th July 18:18, since which she has procured 830 barrels black oil, and 200 barrels sperm, and 3 tons ofuwhaleboue. Messrs Kenworthy and Lord agents.

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LIVERPOOL MARKETS. CORN EXCHANGE, OCTOBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 February 1839

LIVERPOOL MARKETS. 'CoRN Excneons, OcTonsa 10. All kinds of wheat have been held with lucreas!ng firm. ness, but there was little activity in the trade until this day, when an extensive business was done with town and country dealers and speculators, chiefly in foreign samples, at an advance of 3d. on the previous sales - There have been only a few retail sales of free barrel Flour at former rates. For wheat in bond there have been many inquiries, but no fixed prices. Some Flour in bond has been sold at an advance of Is. This day's market was well attended by town sad country dealers, some of the latter from a considerable distaece, with whom, and with speculators, a very large business was done ill all kinds of Wheat, at an advance, since this day se'nnight, of 2d.to 4d. on English, Foreign, and the best Irish ; but there was a demand for the lower qualities of the last at an Improvement of Gd. For Wheat in bond none of the holders appeared dis posed to name a selling price. A few ...

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Adjourned Quarter Sessions. MONDAY, FEB. 18. Before W. M. Manning Esq., Chairman—John Campbell Esq,—and S. Stephen Esq., [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 February 1839

..:Adjourp ed QalarterSr.S ua a4aS' :loNDAtr, FED. 18. . BEfora W.' Mf. Alansaat Eaq., Chairisnai T Jba. comphell fsq --and S. "'tsphea . :.q "David Ashtnn, lpleaded gailty. to' a cha'irwe o stealing four blankets the property of "WillSgfm Thomson. The p irnner was an old offender, Just returned from a penal settlement. Eighteen months to an ironed gang. Th olnae Richardson, charted with stealing. X5, the property tof Mr. Surgeon tlffries of Goenge street. on or ht,,ut Christmas d ty. The prisnner who is about 16 years of age, had arrived in the colony on the30th Novetllhtrr last, and engaged as prosecutor'.s seri snt.. Thel.1uy Inund himnguilty, lint recotnmitended hhn to mercy, in consideration of his youth. Hard l:st,our int the house to cirrec tion in Sydney for six montlls, every alternate week In solitary conftilesent. Eighteen private soldiers were placed at the bar chlarged with attemptine to escape fromn the House of Correction. Caster's Ijirlncka. One tof the nine teen had...

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CIVIL SIDE.—MONDAY, 18TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 February 1839

CIVILSIDE. -MoNDAY, 1iSH 'FRRUA?R. - AMr. Justice Willis sat this day forthle hearing of undefended eases. Alessrs. Bowman & .Ma'nning, assessors. - No busineas came before thd Court save a great iumber of undefended cases. " . TUESDAY, 19rH FEBRUARY. Six cases were.sei dovin for trial this day, blut inone of the parties biein s "e;dy,-shey .wrt? dil eithler posiponed ors'stuc~k bLut.o thelisi

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LONDON MARKETS. CORN EXCHANGE, OCTOBER 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 February 1839

LONDON MARKETS. Coan ExcIrANOR, OcroBxa IS. .The arrivals of wheat are moderate to this morning's market, and we have a very scanty supply of Flour coast. wise. The wheat trade is very firm at the prices ot this day week, having many country buyers here. Fine malt. lug barley is Is. dearer. Oats are 6d higher. In Beans and HogPeas no variation, but white Peas are is to 2. lower. Other Grain is unaltered, and we have no partic. ular variation to notice in seeds. (Per quarter.) Wheat, Kent and Essex, 60s to 748.. Suffolk, 0os to 7os--Norfolk, 60s to 7.ls. Rye, 34s5 to Ss-Malt, 58s to 62s. Barley, 29s to 32s, fine, 33s to 9as. Oats, Potato, 27s to S0s-Poland, 225 to 27s-Feed, 20s to 24s. Flour, 44s to 0ns-fine, 50s to s58.

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TUESDAY, 19TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 February 1839

TUR5SDAY, lUTri FEBRUARY.. Before His UHonor the Chief Justlice, and Mr. Justice Willis. Edward Hall ani .lames Mayne were hrousht up for sentence, on conviction of ho,usehreaklin, but retmanded to next Sessions on a chlarue if murder. AlcllAEtL LaWL.rt.-H is Honor said. Michael Lawler, it has appealied upon your tlitl that you have been one of a dtsoritrte t?aie of hushrangers, going about the country and not hesitatiig to shted blood ii resistance were ciffered. The se.tence (,f the CuIII t is, that you be transported to al penal set tleientt for yonr natural life. James Carrol, found guilty of horse stealing, was senten. ed to be. worked on the roads in an Ironed-gang for 12 mnllhs. Henry Harderl. found guilty of rape, was pla-ed at the bar.-His I-onor said, hat.ilce the pritoneir's conviction he had made diligenu en(url'es as to- the character of the woman. He had found, thit her frrmer life had been checquered with impropriety, and had the case depended wholly on her evidence h...

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Supreme Court. CRIMINAL SIDE. MONDAY, 18TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 February 1839

Supreme Court. CRIMINAL SIDE. MoNuAy, 18TH FHUIUARY. The Attorney General stated to M r. Justice Willi-, that whenl the court laht adjulrned. he hltd stated, there were nearly sixty ca.e+ in which lhe had re ceived nodepoitins.. In lrnking over.m lre cases since that time. he ha:td ferund that' u oilly was for the Slupremec .C(nrt; rte remainder hein ftor the Quarter Sessions The prhci ul witner in that case was nut yet arrived, but would be in town by the steatler it the 6venillg of thil day, and they would proceed with the ca.?e on Tuesday nllttrning. (Court adjurned to 10 o'clck on T'ueday morning.)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 February 1839

Postponement of Sale of C~ttle. J, T.e VJ SO 0 B EGS to artnounce to those interested in the Sale of Cattle and Sheep advertised In the Public Journal for SATURDA.Y lQit, that in con sequence of the Cattle not having arrivad suff ciAltly early, the Sale is Postponed until S-ATU? ? DAY next, the 23rd instant. postpounement of Sale of flqrses, S Cattle, and Cgrr.atges J. T. WILSON B ?EGM to announce to those interested. ann 4he "1Ibhlic generally, that the Sale of HORSES, CATTLE, and CARRIAGES advertised to have taken plaei on SATURDAY last the 1Gth inlatapt, il unav.ioidabry Pottponed until SAturday next, the ,.Horses, Carriages', and Qoattle. Ji T WILSON' 1(1. sELA?t? 1X AUTIrN. at his Eretqinu, Eho. 741, George.-street, and positively withitslt" re . ?.~s., the irdpe~r ationed iors*t,. .Cotle, dt., on agJT RpA4 s;,the 24 ietsant, at Twelve 9 'cloq91 precisely, O E Gray Entire IIORQUI by Hector, 10 hands high, splendid fiv.re ad",d attr)n 8 "?tlt'eld -" One Bay. Ditto,. black points...

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Pay of the Constabulary. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 February 1839

?Pay of the Constabulary. as Tna GOVERNOR AND TILE POLICE.-His ExCl lency has ordered that the accustomed yearly augmentation of pay to certain constables shall be put an end to, and shall not take place even this year. .One serjeant and eight constables had been 'recommended' for the advance. Several of the best df the Police force, haIveresigned in consequence of this announcement." .If the above rumour be true, we are sorry 'for it. ;One of the greatest evils in this colony we hold to be, the* inferior pay of the constabulary, from the 'Chief Constable downwards. The pay is such, that no respectable man will enrter'theforce, unless he he a new comer. New comers occasionally enter it, because some of them are aged, others idle, or good 'for nothing else, others have families in Sydney who maintain themselves, and then if the -' guid mas " can get a small salary, and an easy life, and above all, be invested with the staff of •office, -it answers them very well. But most emigrants-s...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 February 1839

Marriages. At St Philip's Church, on Monnday 11th, by the Rev. W. Cowper, Mr. George Venables, of lower George-street, to Miss Harriet King of Harrington street. On Monday 18th instant, by tie Rev. W. Cowper, at St. Philip's Church, Mr. James Mohan, to Miss Maryanne Pashley, both of Cumberland-street, Sydney.         Also, same time and place, Mr. Richard Turner,   to Miss Ann Chanathan, both of the Parish of St Philip, Sydney. Deaths. On the 8th Instant, in Princes-street, David Burgess aged 1 year and 9 months.   On the 9th, also in Princes-street, Edward Nash, aged 4 years. Same day, near the King's Wharf, Edward Stott, aged 44 years. Killed by a cow. On the 10th in Princes-street, Richard William Evans, aged 16 months. On the 13th in Kent street north, Thomas Well- gate, aged 2 years and 10 months.  

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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 — 20 February 1839

PJROJECTED DEPAIITLT ES. . The following ,resels will sail this day, if the wind be fair Dublin PI'ekr, for New Zealand-Weller, agent Johnt )'iire for Sooth Anstraia. A. B. Spark, ageut (iGrernor Daurke, for the South Sens-Gross, agent. lolpe, for London--Monteflere & Co. agents 'imrod, for the Bay of Islands-Dacre, agent The following vessel2 have bent their sails. Laura. for LIverpool--Aspinall $ Co., agents Despatch, for London, 24th instant-Street, agent James Laing. for Port Philllp-Grose, agent Zephyr, for the Fslhery-Captain Lawson, agent Theresa, for Madras and Calcutta-Walker and Co., agents Geani, for the South Seas-Jones, owner and agent The following veassels have nearly fnished loading. Alfred, for London, postivyly .17th March-?Walker & Co.. agents 1 Aquilla, for.New Zealand-D. Scott. agent. Susanna Anne,; fot HlbartTlwn-V. and E. Solomon, agents and owners. .... News Bv THE "Jasss."--The day after the saltngof this vessel from Liverpool, it was. discov...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 February 1839

DEPARTURES. On Mronday, the Hamilton Ross, 2?9 tons, Capt lollt, for the Mauritius. .Passengers--Mrs Robb, and Mrs Anpinall. Steerage-G. BIannell. Yesterday, the Dublin Pocket, 128 tons, Captain Wells, for New Zealand. Pasengers--Mr Dalzell, and a whaling gang consi'ting of 59 men. VESSnI.a cLEAnID AT TIIE CUhTOt IHOUSE*. H-lope, 377 tolls, Captain ('oomibes, for a?ndllot, with a general cargo, and the fullowing passengers : -Mr. and Mrs. Reid four children and servant, I)r. Stewart, R. N. C. Gore, Ensq., --. Carr, I. Mitchell, Mrs. Parker and I)r. Stanger. Steerage -R. Carruth, Pelling, wife nnd children, Ms. Rees. . T. Erskine, WV. Doughty, and G. Johnstone. The Asia, front Cromanty, for New South Wales, put into Plymouth on the 13th of October leaky.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 February 1839

•Advertisements sent to this ofice, must specify on tle face of them, the number of times lleq/ lire to be'ad ('rtesed- otlerwise, they will be conLF i.uedand charged until countermanded. ` '_ · " ' 1 . FOR PASSENGERS ONLY. FOR LIVERPOOL DIRECT. (To Sail on the' 25th February.) THE fine fast-sailing British-built barque Laura A. 1.. 329 tons per register, E. Day. Commander. The accommodations of this Vessel are very superior, and she will be-punctually despatched as above. Apply to the Commander on board. or to ASPINALL BROWNE & CO. POR PASSENGERS ONLY. FOR LIVERPOOL DIRECT. (To Sail on the 7th of March.) TIHE first-class fast'sailing British-built barque SColumbian, 275 tons per register, Peter Wakem, Commander, having very superior accommodations for six or eight Passengers. Apply to the Commander-on board, or to ASPINALL, BROWNE, & CO. FOR LONDON. (To sAIL EARLY IQ FzEDRUARY.) 7T3HE remarkably fine first . class SHIP Lord Eldon, 337 tons register, Thomas Worrel Co...

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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 20, 1839 Nothing extenuate, nor aught set down in malice. SHAKESPEARE. Proper Occupation of Convicts Assigned to Private Service. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 February 1839

MOYNEY MONITOR S COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 20, 1839 Nothing extenuate, nor aught set down is malice. SUASEdPSARa. Proper Occupation of Convicts . Assigned to Private Service. ARssIosED SaRVANT4.-An observation was made by Captain Innes on the Bench on Thursday last, with which every right-thinking person must agree. He deprecated the practice of permitting assigned servants coming down to Sydney in charge of drays or attending the Supreme Court. to be allowed to find lodgings for themselves, as the practice was attended with the worst consequences, the mnea being in a measure placed beyond all control, except that tthe po4eie,.to whom they are unknown.-Sydney -(.lxette. The Governor of this Colony has it now fully:in his poswer, and will continue to have the power, whether he have pssessed it before or not, to direct .the occupa:tion and place of residence of assigned ,convicts, and regulatinlg their discipline generally, in that way, which he (witlh the advi...

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