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Police News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 19 October 1838

Police News. On Monday, a man named John IHairnan, who 'vas taken into custody on a charge of felony com mitted upon the premises of Mr. Norton the solicitor. was suspected by Mr. 'Mitchell the Chief Constable. not-to be all c ight. He therefore des patched him to Ilyde Park Barracks to be-examined, when he proved to be a runaway for two years from I No. 3 , stockade or ironid-gang. Upon being re turned to the Police, he was pliced in a cell in the receiving Watch house. Some time afterwards. seijieant Matthews, who was in ch.tuge, hearing a noise in his plnce of confinement, opentled the doot and ordered him out. together with his bed, and placed biro in another cell. Upon examii:g the one he had just left, he found that IMaroan had started toro hotiids tt rid a batten, and was in a very fair way to snake his exit. Trjt PvnLlc TIME.-lt has been for omne time n matter of surprise to those who look deeper th.tn the surface, at the cool and contented mitanet in which the public put up...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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Original Correspondence. THE SQUATTING ACT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 October 1838

Original Correspondence. THE SQUATTING ACT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. Sia-The Council is to meet or. Tuesday next, for the purpose of discussing certain objections made to the Squatting Act, by one of the Judges. it is fortunate for the Colony that such objections have been made, as it 'will, no doubt, lead to en. quiry as to the propriety of -permitting Commis sioners, without any refer nce whatever to the Magistracy, to recommend individuals for squatting licenses. It is a well known fact, that men who dared not apply to the Benches of their respective districts for that indulgence, have got it feom the Commis. sioners. Persons who had openly kept " grog shops," who had harboured the convict and other servants of stockholders, are now licensed squat ters, indulging, no doubt, in their former illicit trade and 'improper conduct. If the Governor and C'nncil will but attend to the forcible appeal contained in the Herald of the 19th inst., the coun...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 October 1838

,V btppoly iitelligatre. ARRIVAL. On Friday, the barque Mary, Capt. Swindells, 268 tons, from the sperm whale fishery, with Mrs. Swindells and family. Lading, 1,200 barrels sperm oil, 450 barrels'bladk ditto, and two tons df whale bone.

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EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 13th to the 20th instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 October 1838

EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the I31h to the 20th instant, inclusive. October 13-EMERALD ISLE, 5 1 tons, Driver, nas ter, for Calcutta, in ballast: October ID-PAUL PRY, 10 tons, Dixon, master, for Port Phillip-5 cases apparel, 2 casks 7 kegs 3 packages colonial tobacco, 2 boxes soap, 2 boxesbooks, I box tools, I box linen, 3 bales I case woolpacks, 18 logs 340 cedar boards, I package woollens, 2 cases pipes, 2 cans turps, 5 boxes tinware, Il packages Ironmongery, 2 casks nails, S packages milk coolers, I bale canvass, I package cigars, 5 tons coals, 20 bags 6 casks flour, 8 bags salt, 13 bags -sugar, 3 chests tea, I package leather, 4 casks bottles, I case cream tartar, 2 bags ginger, 1 cask corks, 15 bags maize, I case crockery, 1 ease brandy, I cart, 1 puncheon rum, and sundry small packages. October 10-RUNNYMEDE, 388 tons, Stamp, master, for Manilla, in ballast, October 10-HENRY PORCHER, 485 tons, Hart. mas ,ter,%for New Zealand-s3 cases wine, 120 cases gin, 113 bags sugar, 102 ...

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SCHEDULE A. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 October 1838

SCHEDULE A. In the Supreme Court of 1 . A: B i J PlainifF. New .otsuth IVules. f C. I) jun 1 Defendant. it A Schedule of all the Estate and Effects of mre, A. B. (or C. D.), the above-name 1 Plaintiff or Defendant (as the case nitty be), a Prisoser in Execution in the custody ' ,he Sheriff. it the suit , or any person or persons in trust for mi as I was or were ;'osaessed of, or interested in, or entitled unto, vi her solely or joins l with any other person or persoins, or which I, or tany oiher person or persons, at tli l time of ti ing this schedule, or at any time since, have had any gower todisposee or charge for my benelir, with a true account of all debts .iltie. or growing (lue, or ou ing to me, or to any person or persons in trust f ,r toe. As witness my hand, this SI day of , one thousand eight hunsred and Name of Prisoner. Trade or Profession. Uss lat ce Date when odged Nature and et, I ofabod. jaExe thon cause and conseideration ____________________e____ Iu ,-guin. ..kh t...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 October 1838

DEPARTURES. OnTaiday, the Henry Porcher for New.Zealand. Same day, the Runnymede for China. Same day, the Governor Phillip for Norfolk Is land. On Saturday, the Emerald Isle for Calcutta.

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GREGORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 October 1838

GREGORY. , [Fromn a Correspondent.] The interesting incident which led to the mis sion of St. Augustine to Ethelbert,' Kingg of Kent, is narrated by Clericus in the Bydireyý. Fferald in a very slovenly manner, and 'incorrectly. The inhabitants of the province of Deyfer were certainly never known by the, name of Deiri or Deirm, though most probably childreq of wrath even os. others. Mr. 'algrave a version.is imore correct and much more elegant. "Pope Gregory had 'become much interested in the welfare of the Anglo-Saxoni. in consequence of an incident which' happcied' to him at an" early period 'of his life. It chanced. that he pissed through the market at Rome. where certain dealers. had just arrived-;from Foreign, parts with ,vriosa kinds of nmerchandise. Amoisgst other articles;there. were slaves foi' sale, like cattle. This wickled triafid had existed from time` ininiciioriial; and thobglht .hristianity ..had' alleviated thei lot Lf \the slave, it had notsucceeded in breaking his ...

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MANIFESTS. IMPORTS. Reports from the 13th ultimo to the 20th inst., inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 October 1838

MAN 1 FEST S. IMPORTS. Reports fost the 13th ultimo to the 20t& nswt., in- - clutive. October 16-BROMLEYS (brig), 230 tons, Knox,mastec, 8 from Cape Good Hope via Launceston, R Campbell agent -415 pipes IS half-pipes 180 quarter-pipes Cape wine, 200 boxes raisins, 1740 bushels wheat, 83 trusses hay, R Camp iell& Co-I box sovereigns (9,000), 1o0a bushels wheat, .T. Gore $ Co; I bae beaverteens, 6 cases hats, 20 bozes 1 Jams, .4. ¢ S. Lyens ; 25 bundles kangaroo skins, A. B, Smith & Co; II trussees hay. D. C. G. Miller ; I cask i preserved goosberries, .W. H. .Duttoa , 25 kegs butter, 29 d trusses hay, Order. October 15-ARGO (brig). 169 tons, Billing master, from 1 Batavia, Billing, agent; 3128 bags sugar, 417 bags coffee. 34 cases cigars, 08 coils rope, 10 bales hemp, 98gbags coffee 1 package cagar cases, I package Manilla bats, 2 packages t Japanware, I package cigars, 135 bags rice, J. Billiisg, October 15-CURItENCY LASS (sdhooner), 90 tons, Davis, master, f...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 October 1838

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Our Yass Correspondent will please not pay the postage -of his letters in future. A Supplement is published with this day's No.

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Vice Admiralty. (FRIDAY.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 October 1838

Vice Admiralty. (FRIDAY.) 'is theecase of the brig Nimrod.-The Ju8ge of the'Vice Admiralty Court, Chief Justice Dowling, delivered judgment in theabove'case. Wilson, Brothers, I. Leslie.-This was an ap plication to the Court to set aside a bottomry bond for £1400 signed by George Bennett, the master of the brig Nimrod ; being £720 ass'gned to WVil liam Hepburn deceased, and £680 received by Ben nett for the use of the vessel. The validity of the bond had been opposed on several grounds to wit: That Bennett. who had succeeded as master upon the death of Hephern, had no power togrant such a bond; but that admitting that he had power to do so with respect to monies advanced for the use of the vessel since he becamesnaster, still be had no power to include in it money which had been 'ai vanced to Hepburn, and also that a bottoomry bond could not be granted for an intermediate Port. The judgment of His Honor was to the following effect :-That Bennett had been properly constitu ted master...

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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 22, 1838. Nothing extenuate, nor aught set down in matice.—SHAKESPEARE. NEWS OF THE DAY. WANT OF WATER AT THE LACHLAN. LACHLAN RIVER, October 1, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 October 1838

/t SYDNEY MONfIOR'X COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER I P1 'MONDAY MORNING, OOTOBER 22, 1838. sa hr 1st Nothisng extenuate, nor aught set dowe in rnative.-6RAExE. p1 mar Leader, Law latellgenscee, 81v, see .S'pplement. .NEWS 'O F THE: DAY . t -VANT OF WATER. AT THE LACHLAN. LAcHrAwe Rivera, October 1, MS3. Unless Providence favors us with rain very o, shortly, the consequence will be, -that we will have I no harvest. From Bathinrat to the lowest stock n station on the Lachian, a distance of 180 miles, b and for many 'miles right and left of that once q sotble River, the surface of the country is one scene U of wretched 'baisenness. No vegetation,,no water b either in, creeks or river. The bed of the river is s completely dry, with the exception of an odd hole ti in a' few places, which still setains a little water. p *From Mr. George Wentworth's to Mr. H. Fuller's, v 'however, a distance of six -miles along the Lachlan, c not one water hole is -to 'be found. For want of this most necessary of a...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 October 1838

Birth. At her residence, Elizabeth-street south, Mrs. Donald Gordon M'Arthur, of a daughter. Marriage. At Port Macquarie, by special license, on the 9th Octo- ber, Fitzherbert Evans, Esq., son of the late Admiral Evans, to Anna Maria, only daughter of Captain James Gordon, R.N. of the Island of Madiera. Deaths. On the 17th instant, James Henry Stuart, the infant son of James Stuart, Esq. of George-street, aged 18 days. At sea, on the 22nd February, on board the Duke of Argyle, on the passage to England, from Madras, Matthew Boyd Kerr, Esq merchant, Penang.  

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IMPORTANT NRWS FROM Yass. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 October 1838

IMPORTANT NRWS FROM Yass. * 14. Since I lst wrote, petty nbberirs on the roads have been commit ttd. Mr. C.Nicholl's station has been at tIaked; and as far as rumour goes,' had that gentlemjan been at home, be wou'd hr. met withs reatinent siniilItr'to that 1r.jMarks-ceiveI," whd l"nilearsiaod is slowly gett'nt better of 'the injuries he received. On the 10th instant, we had for the first time the last 15 months. a heavy thunder storm, accompanied with a copious fall of rain for a few hours, when it cleared up ; but about midnight, the rain re-commenced, and poured here in torrents until day-light, when it abated to a small mizzling rain, and continued so nearly all the night of the 11th. The morning of the 12th, was truly re freshing. At 10 AM., a second shower   fell, (very large drops) with the usual ac- companiments of a thunder storm. On the 13th. the sun shone resplendent; the sky was unusuaily bright and clear, but the heat oppressive ; at noon, a dark cloud whic...

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Public Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 October 1838

Public Meeting. On Tnesday evening, it meeting was held in the TI:eati e of the l'ilechanic.' " chool v1 ArtsPitt-street, to form an Ac.orlginal- Protection Socfelt. The chair was taken by Mir. I'L cay. The chairman in commnencing the hininess of the evening, read the report of the Brilish and Foreign Ahomigines' Pro tection Society of LI *ndon, and hill fly adverted to the mode of formine an Australian Scelity. The Rev. i r. Williamns in yved the first resolution "That this Ne'ting ie'ards the rccent phile-. thropic effwts of the Iitish Government for the protection and civil and religions improvement of the Aboriginal inhabitants. cf the colonies of the Empire, as no le s gratifying to the f.iends of humanity in all parts of the %i tii, than peculiaril worthy of a great, enlightened,and Cnii istian nation." Mr. W. observed, that during his stay in England, he had had frequent inte ccieis ciih Lord Gleneig, who, he was happy to find, exhibited ic ivel interest in the Aborigines, no...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 October 1838

SALES BY AUCTION; BUILDING ALLOTMENTS In PITT-STREET, nearly opposite the Victoria "Theatre. T. W. SMART" 'Begs to announce, that he is instructed to sell by Auction, THIS DAY, Monday the 22nd instant, uporrthe premises, at twelve o'clock precisely, A HIGHLY DESIRABLE ALLOTMENT of £11. BUILDING GROUND, situate in the most 'thriving part of Pitt-street, immediately opposite the well-known establishments of Messrs. Bourne & Co., and C. Appleton & Co., possessing a frontage to -Pitt-street of thirty-five feet six inches, with a depth of one hundred feet, bounded on the south by Mr. M'Quade's premises, and on the north by a reserved carriage entrance fourteen feet wide. -communicating with the back part of the premises. The situation of the above property is admirably -adapted for the erection of a first-rate house of busi ness, being in the very centre of the most valuable part of Pitt-street, where the greatest improvements have been made, and are still rapidly progres...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 October 1838

LAD[ES' BATHS. T. ROBINSON HAS the pleasure to inform the Ladies of Syd ney and its vicinity, that he has at length completed the Ladies' Floating Bath, upon which he has spared no expense to render it convenient and comfortablefor that most delightful and healthy recreation. The Baths will be opened for inspec tion on the 29th Instant. Cards can he had and fall particulars known at T. R's residence, next door to C. & F. Wilson's.Gciorge-street, Sydney. N. B -T. Robinson did intend having the Gen tlemen's Bath finished as soon as the above, but finds he shall not be able for two or three weeks. September 20, 1838. NEW GOODS-JUST LANDED. T WELVE cases of splendid Dunstable and Tuscan BONNETS Three cases Ladies' Stays One case Crape Shawls One case Fill'd ditto One case Ladies' Parasols Fifty cases-Sheetings, Shirtings, Unbleaehed Call coes-Ducks-Drills and Towellings, &c., &c. One case Hair Brushes-Nail and Tooth ditto. Small Tooth and Dressing Combs, &amp...

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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 22, 1838. Nothing extenuate, nor aught set down in malice.—SHAKESARK. The Building Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 October 1838

SIDNEY MONITOR $ COMdMERCIAL ADVERTISER MtONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 22, 1838. 2V~to;ng ,,uale, nor aught set down in rnalice.-SHAKE ,,,ABE. The Building Act. The members of our Council transact the h,1Unessofeiloonial Legisla ion grastuitously. n *lnanid, gentlemen cmn. be got by the hundred, to serve the nation for nothing; butsuch are men of fortune. We have men in the colony of what is called for tune, bit we hive scar, cly one who, like an En elisit quire, has nothing else to do but fol low his hounds, and receive his rents from ils stewart or attorney. Our members of Council serve the Colony at really great loss to tetemselves For this, they are en titled not only to the thanks of the Colony, but when through inexperience they injure the public interests, their errors are to be viewed with candour and good-nature; un less it should appear they have been actua ted by party spirit, or a presumptuous bigotry. In the late Build ng Act, our members did the building interests of the Col...

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Markets. SYDNEY—Friday, 19th October. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 October 1838

Markets. Smnwar-Friday, I9th October. The supply was pretty fair, takinginto consideration the state of the season. No variation has taken place in wheat, flour, or bread. Vegetables same as at our last quotation, except potatoes, which have advanced. Fruits scarce. Dairy produce very high, and no prospect of a decline. Poultry as usual. Butchers' meat, remains at the late advance. Hay and straw very dear. GRAIN.-Wheat (Colonial) 6 to 78 per bushel-Ditto Van Delmens Land 7s to 74 Gd ditto-Maize as to 3s Gd ditto Oats (feed) Is ditto-Van Delmens Laud 7s ditto-Barley 4sgd ditto. HAT AND STaAw.-Lucerne Hay £12 12s to £14 14s per ton-Oaten Ditto £12 12s to £14 14s ditto-Straw 40s to 509 per ditto. VEGoTABLas.-Potatoes (Colonial) 7s to as per cwt. Ditto Hobart, 10s to 12s-Cabbages 2d to ad each-Red ditto 4d to Gd-Vegetable Marrow Gd-Pumpkins Is to is sd-Cauliflowers Is-Lettuce l} to 2d-Endive I3-Carrots 2d to ad per bunch-Turnips 2d-Garlic 6d-Radish Id Spamsh ditto lid-Onions Id-Leaks Id...

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SUPPLEMENT TO THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Saturday, October 13, 1838. ANNO, SECONDO VICTORIÆ REGINE. NO. 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 October 1838

SUPPLEMENT TO THE C GOVERNMENT GAZETTE..9 Saturday, October 13, 1838. VICTORIAL REGINE. No. 14. By His Excellency Sir George Gipps, Knight, Captain General and Governor in Chief of the Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies. and Vice Admiral of the same, with the Advice of the Legislative Council. * An Act to revive and continue for a lihited time, an Act passed in the Second year of the Reign of His late Majesty King1Villiam the Fourth, inti tuled, 'An Act for the Relief of Deb tors in Execution for Debts which they are umable to pay,' and to make certain amendments therein." W HEREs 8an Act of the Governor and Legislative Council of New Soutb Wales was passed in the second year of the SwR. atv Reign of His late Majesty King No. Ii. William the Fourth, intituled " An Act for the Relief of Debtors in Exe cuti'in for Debts which they are unable to pay," which said Act was by a certain other Act of the said Governor and council, passed in the Fifth year of the Reign of vim ...

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 October 1838

PROJECTED DEPARTURES. H.'L. S. Conway for South Australia, and Bee for Hobart Town, this day-Regia for Port Phillip and Felicity for South Australia to-morrow-Skerne for New Zealand-on Thursday and Juno for whale fish ery on Friday. News PEa t MAARY."-Tihis vessel has been int. sent from the port of Sydney for two years and a week, and has had a fair portion of luck. The reason for her returning-to port without filling-up, was occasioned by her having carried away her main and mizen masts off the South Island of. Ncw'Zea-' land, while heaving too in a moderate gale of wind, on the 27th August. The mainmast went about eight feet from the deck, and a portion of it which has been preserved, .proves it to have been rotton. The wonder is, that it should have stood so long. Upon the mainmast going, the mizenmast was carried away at the same time, and three of the whale boats were destroyed by the wreck. Jury. masts were immediately got up, under which she t came into port. The only vessel...

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