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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 February 1839
Impoundings. Impounded at Yass, on the 9th February, 1839 One'chetnur Filly, ahout fifteen months norl, Iamided U on the near shoulder. and nearly illegible, B on the off shoulder. If not claimed within twenty one days from this date, it will be sold to defray ex penses. M. M. Moses, Poundkeeper. Yass, February, 13, IB39. •9s. Impounded at Sydney, on the 14th February One red Steer, branded CO and JT on the side. One red Steer branded CO and JT on the side. &nbsp; One yellow sided Steer. white back, grey face, branded CO and JT. One yellow sided Steer, grey face, white back, branded CO and JT. If not released, they will he sold at the Pound, according to the Act of Council. Andrew Byrne, Pound- keeper. Sydney, February 18, 1839. [9i 9d. Impounded at Mluitlad-One black Heifer, white mark over each eye, branded T on tll shultder. One yellow anti white Cow, white innnth; branded T on near shoulder, brand illegible on near rump, with a strawberry calf. One red and white. Steer, ...
Police News. FRIDAY, 22ND FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 February 1839
Police NLews' 'Fa YnAv, cON) FhaBRuARY. MIr Joseph Ilanson appeared on a .su t -aons, to answer a chunre of illeeally :escaping from the custody of Mr. Jeffrey, Collector of the Customs. Mr. Jelfrey -did not pursue this chairge. but request,'d that Mr. Ifalnson be allowed to enter into his own ree,tonizance to ajpp,.ar o i Tues day, to nnswer a ciharge of breach of the -Cu-toDns At. A NTcAivi Rcoa?MMENzDATI tiN --An -ancient damle of dtcenit apllearunce being charged with inebriety on Friday, de. ldared that it was the first time in her life she h .d been guilty tof the indiscre tion. Captain Innes enquired if any of the Police were ,acquainted with her ? On being anmweretd in the negative, he pro nounced ex cat edra, the testimony to be a 'negative recommendolion to mercy, and -disrharged her. QUARRI~.sotls NrICAovRas.-Mrs. West, ".wife of Mr. Robert \Vest of Phillip-street. applied to Captain Innes for a summons cfor Charles Payne for assaulting her child, h'by striking it on the ...
THE GOVERNOR'S ADDRESS TO THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ASSEMBLED THE 14TH INSTANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 February 1839
THE GOVERNOR'S ADDRESS TO THE LEGIS LATIVE COUNCIL ASSEI1IBLED THE 14TH INSTANT. GENTLESMEN OFTII| LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.- hare calltd you together at this unusual season of the year, in order to propose to you the mneasui for the establishment of a Police Force beyodl rthe settled districts of the Colony. The vast interests which have grown up in those distant parts of the Territory, and the. number of persons of all classes now engaged in depasturing rheep and cattle beyond what are called the boundaries o, location, might be sutllcient of themselves to call for the protection of a Police Force; but the necessity for it is rendered far more urgent, by the frequent aggressions made of late by the aboriglinal natives upon the flocks and herds of the Colonists, as well as on the lives of their stockmen-by the outrages which have been committed on the aborigine, as well as by them and particularly by one atrocinus deed of blood, for which seven unhappy men have suffered on the scaffold....
SATURDAY, 23RD. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 February 1839
S ATURDAY, 23RD. AN OUTRAGEOUS CHARACTER .—William Hilton, free, in the service of Mr. Roberts, of Campbell River, came down from Bathurst in charge of a oad of wool, on Friday, and put up at the Black Swan, on Brickfield Hill. In a few hours after- wards he was apprehended by a constable for being &nbsp; drunk and collecting a disorderly mob of people &nbsp; about him in the streets. His language and conduct &nbsp; were so violent while in the watch-house, that it was found necessary to handcuff him, put him in irons, and confine him in a separate cell, where he continued the most obscene language in the hearing of several females who were confined in another room. The Bench remanded him to Hyde Park Barracks, to ascertain whether he were a free man. This fact having been ascertained, the Bench sen- tenced him to pay a fine of 5s. or be exposed four hours in the stocks. John Gibbon, charged with drunkenness and assaulting a constable in the execution of his ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 February 1839
[ CIRCULAR. ] ADDRESSED To the free Public of New South Wales. Santtr ,;uIa . W 7E, THE UNDERSIGNED, free Colonists oonceiving that a PETITION should forthwith be addressed and transmitted to the House of Commons, praying, that provision may be made for securing the faithful and exclusive application of the Territorial Revenue of thlf Colony, to the promotion of IMMIGRATION. lo now suggest, that a Public Meeting be convened to take the subject into consideration, and we do hereby engage each of us to pay the sum of One Pound to the Cashier of the Bank of New South Wales, to create a fund for defraying the expense attending the proposed measure. SA?.~S aY av? TIZO Whiich sill Lutake place before our ne.tl putdscalion TIllS DAY. J. BYRNES-At Mr. Quiu's Stables, Pitt-street, at 11l o'clock, Bulls, Rains, Horses, Cattle, &c. SIVIMONS & CO.-At their HMart, at 11 o'clock, Haberdashery, Indian Jewellery, and Merchan dise. J. T. WILSON-At his rooms at 11 o'clock, Phi. losoph...
BATTLE OF WATERLOO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 February 1839
BATTLE OF WVAT'ERLOO. We yesterday derived much gratification from a private view of a model of the Battle of Waterloo, executed by Lieutenant Siborn, assistant military secretary to the Lieutenant-general commanding in Ireland. The model is on the scale of about eight feet to the mile, and gives a complete and most vivid representation of the scene of action, and of the critical and well-fought battle which has bestowed a universal celebrity on the plain of WVaterloo. Every village, every house and farm yard, every knot of trees, every condulation of surface, every field, nay, every crop of wheat, or other produce which the field bore at the time, in short, every detaillis given with the closest accuracy, from a six months ierso nal ob-ervation, aided by the most authen tic information. The positi.m of all the various troops engaged at the moment selected for representation is marked out with the utmost exactness and in the most graphic manner. The model of all the buildings and na...
English Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 February 1839
English Extracts. There is an article in the Dublin Pilot on the Melbourne Ministry, which is rather amusang, when it is remembered, that the Pilot is Mr. OtConnell's paper, and that Mr .O'Connell is 'Lord. Melbourne's most powerful ally. Take a sample SWVe do not remember to have rend in English or indeed European history, of any Ministry that pnasessed equal advan tages and powers for serving their country i's the Melbourne Ministry pogsessed, on the assumption of the' sceptre last year by the pre-enrt Monarch.' But, unluckily, on the very first nigbht of the assembling of Parliament; Lord J. Russell, the leader of the Reform movement and of 'the House of Commons, suddenly came out, with a declaration aeainst the ballot and all further Reform !'This ,at once h,4its effect on the people ; and the Tory. Lords were 'not slow in perceiving the advantages iti gave them. It was ansimilar declaratiop g gainst Reform that unilursedi the Dukeaof Weli tington in 1830, and produced his d twn...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 February 1839
Births. At Marysville, Jerry's Plains, on the 17th instant, the lady of J. M. Davis, Esq., of a daughter. On the 21st instant, at his residence, Bent-street, &nbsp; Sydney, the lady of Francis Fisher, Esq., Crown Solicitor, of a son. Marriage. By speclal license, on Saturday last, the 16th instant, at St. James' Church, by the Reverend G. N. Woodd, Mr. Georgc Augustus Buckland, to Miss Hannah Maria Smithers of Sydney. On Saturday, the 16th instant, by special license, at St. Lawrence Church, by the Rev. William Cowper, Mr. William I. Lambe, to Emma, youngest &nbsp; daughter of Mr. S. Kettle, of Elizabeth-street, Sydney. Deaths. In Sydney. on the 17th instant, William, the twin son of Mr. D Goodsir, of BIotany Tower, aged ten months and twenty-six days, after a severe ill- ness of one month. On the 20th Instant, at his residence, Clarence- street, Mr. Joseph Wetherald, aged 33. On the 21st instant, Henry, the infant son of Mr. James Alderson, of the Audit Department, ...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. Bathurst, February 21, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 February 1839
70 TiE EDITOR OF TiE. Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. Batlhurst, February 21, 1839, Sxn,-On my return to-day from a dis tant out-station, I observed with no shnall deseree of surprise, in your paper the Monitor of the 15th instant, under the head of "Newes of the Day," a very unjust and malevolent comment on the mode of managing General Stewart's convict ser vants on his farm here, and expressing a suspicion, that his men formed the party who attacked Mr. Ewin's premises and destroyed £200 worth of his property. As you have therefore permitted the insertion of so very.injurious a statement, it is of conrse expected, that you will feel it but common justice to give place in your paper to the following plain statement of facts; and first, with respect to the sus p'icion that the menii in qc'es''i n were the party who attacked Mr bKwin's premises. hiermnit me tO explain, that at that ptriod all our men, nearly one half of them free etliirants, were conttantly employed in shee...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 February 1839
Rank of New Southn Walrs. STANTED to Purchase FIVE SHIARES paid up in the above Establishment. Letters (post paid) addressed XX to this Odfice, 'stating the amount of Premium required, will meet -a-itlt Immediate attention. February '13, ' s.19. COACRHMAN WANTED. A .SINGLE MAN, of good character. "Apply to A. L'DE METZ, Esq. Clevela~il Hot.-e. G( OVFRNESS. A LADY accustomed to tuition will be happy to engage as G.,verness in a family either in 'Town or Country. Slh: does'idt profess mnuie or drawing but every other branch of an English education. Letters addressed XFY Z. at the tfoni tor Office, York-street. will receive immediate attention. A MILLER WA 'TTED F OR tote Interior, capable of taking charge of a 1' Post Windmaill. lie mlut possess satisfactory testimotialsof hil character for sobriety and honesty as wreil as sbility.-Apply to Mr. RarRaar, Lamionin.street, Sydney. •15th February. 1839. ASSISTANT OVERSEER. STANTED, a Situation by a Person of active habits, as Assistant Ov...
LAID ON, AND SOME LOADING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 February 1839
LAID ON. ANU SlO31 LOADINO. Portland, for London, in all March-Gilchrist & Co., agents Olenbertkr, for London--Monteilore & Co., agents Mar?, for thie fihery-Hughes and IioskiLng. agents PeraCel rince, for Liverpool direct, in all March- ,Bageler, "agent Achrilles, for Solth Seas-Cortis, agent Catherine fnamieon. for London--r l. Moore, agent Elien Frances. for the fishery-Captahi Lawson agent Alexander Hlenry. for the South Seas-Captain Lawson, owner and agent Parland. for London-Walker & Co. and Gilchrist &C Co., agents Suasanna,.barque, 256 tons, Rldley master, for L.ondon -A. B. S'ark & W. Carter, agents" Abel aower. Henderson master, for London, from New castle. A. W. Scott, of Newcastle, agent Cite of Edinburgh, for I.ondlon, from Newcastle--A. W. Scott. of Newncastle, agent Cplonist, for Liverpool--A. B. Smith, agent Andramaehe. for l.ondon--W. S Dcloitte & Co., agents Orient, for London, Walker & Co. agents, not yet In ...
Mr. Justice Burton. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 February 1839
Mr. Justice Burton. In consequence of a certain charge to the jury of 'Ir. Justice Burton in the time of Governor Bourke, the unqualified admirers of that talented and upright statesman (among whom we never would rank ourselves,) insisted, that the exhibition of crime in that charge, was intended more as a reflection on the government of Sir Richard, than hIenestly to expose the villainous system by which men of . an infamous character- were at that time allowed to be associated with upright inen in the jury box. We could have wished that Mr. Justice Burton had delayed his charge another year, when party spirat htad evaporated a little more, because it is not enough tlhat judges should speak the truth ; they mnust speak it at the proper time. '* There is a time for all thlings." But while we find fault with the time in which Judge Burtona delivered the charge in question, we agreed with him in the dark exp asition he made of the moral state of the colony; we will not say in all its ...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 February 1839
DEPLARTURES... _ . On Monday last, the bark Zephyr, Hutchins, master, for the South Seas. Same day, the bark Theresa, Young, master, for Madras and Calcutta, Same day, the schooner Susannah Anne, for Hobart Towa with sundries.
Emigration. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 February 1839
Emigration. The Colonist. has published the following useful synopsis : TheefIllowing is a bird's.eye vietv of the "Return of Immigrants ?who arrived in New, South Wales from the lst January, If37. to'the sist June, 18:10." Govdrnment emigrant ships ......................: 1 Other hips .. ......... ... ..... .... ....... 7 Todt? ship.s .. .:...;............... 8o s5iM" RANT0. Not receiving assistance fron governmclat:- Adults e m ale .... ...................... J Childlren Abnv twelve years of age.:...... 153 Co . Under.................. .........11 2065 Rot thus classificd 14. 15.9 Receiving assistanco from onvernment . Adults Mnle I182 Ault Fental .....1..... .. :50 2532 Children Above twelve years of ag ... .. G 0 * e Under............ 137 2036 4560 : : Total of immigrants in 18 months.. 6077 PAVsIIt rS. Amonlnin f.poenlary assistance given by the.Governmrpt . . ........... ... £62,651 18 2 -Number of deatls on the voyage- • Adults......................... .............. 44 Child...
Mauritius. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 February 1839
Mavuritius. CaptairuBunny, of the Henry, reports that riss ships have leen and are still lying at Port Lauo waiting for feigh ts, but cannot procure them, and thaR freights are exceedingly .lo-. These vesns ate* more numerous thaný-used formerly to? the crue some of them bing attached to th laustitiun trade by,atcing eaployed in bringint Indioit Coolies tbtrhe Colony; and that that bing now at at end. they are wanting employment Sonm lhad taken freights to India ruinously low. The Bright Planet, from Sydney, had not arrived when the Henry sailed. The Colony is quiet but also dull as to trade. The merchants will neite buy nor sell with any spirit. i In the numbers of the ' La Cernjen," (MCauritius paper) per Henry, we perceive accounts of a most terrific conflagration which took place on the aight of the 14th Decemberi at Port .otlit; -the-destrue tins of property was immenne, and tho fire was ent extinguished for some days. By the accounts in the papers it appears that private indiv...
Supreme Court. CIVIL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 February 1839
Supreme Court. CIYIL" SIDE. Isfoi e the Chief Julicf, uand les'sts. Lithgownoand Lord, assessors. Long v. Stein,-An action to recover £100 for gnodat and slops delivered. Defendant is moastes o a whnler, and tile property wai s.ent n hboatd the bark 1Alatry under his comrnsand, for the slop-chest. The Iplaintiff consented to be non-hited. Long v. Cox -An action to recover £17 12s tri , for goods sold and delivered. Plainliffnon.suited. Long v. Girnrd.lThis was an action to recover £2 171 principally ifor promi.sesry nottsn. Tile ser off againrt this claim was £2,300 There: was no defence to this action. and a verdict was returned for the plaintiff-:'£2,1'i 1:'" " '