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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS—NONE. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 1 March 1839
Sf)ippittg tIntelligence. ARRIVALS-NoNE. DEPARTURES. On Wednesday, the schooner John Pirie, Capt. lay, for South Australia, with a general cargo. Passengers-Captain Sturt, Mrs Sturt, two children, and two servants, Messrs Calder, lichmondl, Taylor, Bent, Mrs Bent, Smith, and Cretnay, Mrs hIwin, Mliss Bell, ahd Miss Goldfinch. Same day, the cutter Aquila, Francis master, for New Zealand, with sundries. Passengers-Messrs M'Leod, Fullooa, Bird, and ('arruth. Yesterday, the brig Genii, for the Fishery. Pelorus, for Hobam t. Paul Pry, for Port Phillip,
Police News. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 1 March 1839
Police New WeDNesDAY. FIoRUARY 277a. tames 't?lloch, shoemaker, of llarriltrgton.street, was charged by Robert Ross, a brother craftsman, witlh steal lrig two shoebrushes, his property, on Tuesday night. The prosecutor admitted that they had had a glass too much together. and. that was the cause of the present charge. Captain Innes said, that the prosecutor's conduct was very inconsistent, to give a man in charge for a felony, and have him confinerd for twelve hours without any real ground for his complaint, lie was loth to invest subordi ra?es with autllority, but he thought an intelligent inspector rright be permittcd to exercise his discretion hi cases where the person given in charge could be found at any time, without perpetrating the injustice of confinnig in, innocent manl.-(We hope the Bench or other proper nuthlority willtittend to Captain Innes's bint. The chief scllstable would be the proper person to exercise this discretion, but he cannot, we sulppose, be always present...
LAID ON, AND SOME LOADING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839
LAID ON, Ann O(Iut LOAIIiNO. Portland, for London, in all March-Gilchrist & N, ngents- . Glenbereie. for Lonndon-Montefore & Co., agents laryi. for the fishery--lughrsand faloskng, sgent Perseeeranee, for Liverpool direct, In all h Sarc lBagater, agent rhIllets, for South Sens-Duke & Co., agents Catherine .ramieon. for London--i. Moore, agent Mlumre Franen., for the fishery-.Captain Lawwsaopt Alexander Henry, for the South Seas-Captaln ..a_ owner and agent Parland, for London-Walker & Co. and Ollehrts & Co., agents Snmannu, barque. 6a6 tons, RIdley master,for London -A. B. Spark & WV. Carter, agents Abel CGower, Henderson master, for London, frem Nw. castle, A. W. Scott, of Newcastle, agent City of Edin6burgh, for London, from Newatl-e... B. Spark, agent Colonist, for Liverpool-A. B. Smith, agent Andromache., for Lonndon--W. S Delo!tte & Co., ageb Orient, for London, WValker & Co. agents, not yet is port. Culnnmbian, fo...
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. The following vessels will sail this day, if the wind be fair. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839
..PROJECTED DEPART RlES. The following vessels will ail lhis day, if the wind e fi Louro, for Liverpool-Asplnall & Co., agentn Despartch for london--Street agent Kate. for Port Phillip; Giroso, agent The following wessels hare fnot only bent their sail,,t are also ready for sea. Eweretta, for London-Botts, agent The following 'essels have nearly fnlashed'loodl. Lord Eldon, for London 13th Inst.,-Mantetores& Co lnrernor Philip. for Norfolk Inland, Goorernment5 Suces, for P.rt Phillip. Grone. agent llarleqlrrin, for New Zenlnaud--Poterson, agent A lfred. for Lonldon, positively 1 tlh March, Whaltere& C aget
SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 4, 1839. Nothing artexaute, nor ought set down in matice. SHAKESPEARE. Grapes. TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. Sydney, March 2, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839
SYDNEY MONITOR & GCOMMFRCIAL ADVERTISER MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 4, 1F39. gty~ damut, naeor ought snt dorun n matire. -Grapes. 70 mr =DITnR -O0 TiE Sydney M'onilor and Commercial AdVertiser. Sydney, March 2, 1839. Ssi,-1 beg to enclose some observa tions relative to your remarks on the forma tion of a society for the purpose of forward ing nod improving theculiivationof the vine in this country. I should not have pre sumed to offer the followilrg remarks. had I not had considerable experience on thesubject, acquired during a residence in France some y. ars, entirely for the pur pose of learninHt the systems pursued in the the cultivation of the grape vine I also enclose for your perusal, copies of pre= miums offered by the Society for the enrou ragement of Arts. &c., &c., for the best Wines and Dried Fruits of this Colony Should this communicntion be agreeable to you, I may perhaps trouble you again on the same suhject.-I am Sir, Your most obedient.eervant. J. V...
The Petition to Parliament RESPECTING OUR LAND FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839
The Petition to Parliament RESPECTINO OUR LAND FUND. " Will the colonists stnnd this ? What has br. come of the projected Pnblic Meeting, to petition the House of Commonts against these growing grievances? It ought t' have been called before this time. We earnestly hope. for the sake of the elaraceer as well as of the interests of the colony, that there will be no farther delay. We are now called upon, as a people, to ' rise, or be for ever fallen!'" This is an extract from Saturday's Colo nist. The draft of the Petition he alludes to, was drawn by the Editor. It was submitted to the proposers; by them altered a nd im proved to their taste ; and then published in the Sydney Monitor of the 5th Decem-. ber last, with n request addressed to all our brethren of the Broad-sheet, to pub-. lish it for general information, and the good of all the Colony. Not one of them ptblished it ! And now the Colotist asks, what has hecnme of it and the public meeting 1 although the E:!itor himself drew...
ANOTHER ACCOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839
ANOTH'IER AC('OUN:. A meeting of the inhabitants of Maitland was held at the Court House, at East Maitland, en Saturday last, but in consequence of only sixteen persons attending, the Meeting adjourned until Wednesday next; the object of the Meeting was for the purpose of petitioning the Governor to aug ment the Constabulary Force, and to build a Market Place in East Maitland. In consequence of the inhabitants of eVist Maitland finding their interests were about to be attached, called a Meet ing of the inhubitants of the Western Division, at their uuarl place of Meeting, passed several resolu tions relating to its importance as a Town, and for memorialisirig HIis Excellency the Governor to build a Market Place there, being more conducive to the interest of the Towrn. A most singular fact was stated at the Meeting, shewing thie extent of population and its commercial enterprise, that whtilst East Maitland only contributed £9 to the Post Office Revenue durring the monthl of January, W...
MERCANTILE ARRANGEMENTS BETWEEN THE SYDNEY MONITOR OFFICE AND THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839
IMERCANTILE ARRANGEMENTS BETWEEN THE SYDNEY MONITOR OFFICE AND THE PUBLIC. The " Sydney Monitor" is published at 6 o'clock every Monday, W ednrsday. and Friday morning, at the Office in George-street Letter.s not post-paid will n't he received .ubscrlbern not rereiving their papers regularly are re queatea to apply for redress at the Monitor Office, George.treet. No uerhat messages sent to the lonitor QOice, can be attended to. The prlee of the Sydney Montlor tis Ios. td. a guarter. T bat if paid at the end of each aquarter, lor. The quar. tern and the 3lst larnh, 3tth Juon, 30th September, and 31et December, respectively. adU retgasioao usout be accompanied by payment of arrears and of the curreat quarter. Ordew to disroiatinue -odserLiseme?t mousnt be sent to the JRa'.ttr Ofite before 8 o'tlock in the eveniangof Man dys, Wi'edann'dayo and Fridarea, or they nrdi mccasarttly Sappear and he charged in the next pntblieationa, as the outer form" nr snide np in the reatnlg of those days...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839
?aE Subscribers to the Sy/dney Monitor and Commercial Adver tiser are reminded, that no Receipts, except the regularpripttedoues, printed at the Office, and signed in the hand writing of F. O'BlETEr & Co, are regular, or can be acknowledged as valid for money paid the Collectors on account of this Journal CAMPBELLTOWN. OUR Subscribers and Advertisers are requested to take notice, that MIr CHARLES BECK has been appointed Agent for the above District, and will receive all orders fur Subscribers, Print lg, and Adveitising. Persons indebted to the establishment are requested to pay their accounts wiithout delay, to Ma BECK.
To His Excellency Sir George Gipps, Governor in Chief in and over the Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, &c. &c. &c. The Memorial of the inhabitants of East maitland and its vicinity, with the Propietors of Allotments in that Township, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839
To His Excellency Sir Georae Gipps, Gnvernor-in Chief in and over tlhe Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, &c. &c. &c. The Memorial of the inhabitants of East Maitlind and its vicinitv, with the Proprietors of Allot mlents in that Township, Respec?tfullv slhweth That your Excellency's Memorialists, viewing the rising Importance of tbls rownship, its rapidly in creasing population, together with the inadequate and Irregular supplies of dairy and farm produce from the want of a mart for their disposal, feel the necessity of a market being forthwith established in this towl, wlhicuh would facilitate the fanrmer in the sale of his produce, and, at the same time, be a reg tular snurce of suppilies, not only to the inhabitants I here, but also to the capital, Iy means of the steamn boats, which are now plying daily-it will also pre vent the impositions now practised, by affording a plre for competitiono in the sale of those articles. Your Excellency'...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839
The contents of the Official Government Gazette, dated the 27th ult., are as follow: The sale of yearly leases, is postponed from the 14th inst. to the 20th inst. On the' 10th April, a sule of Crown lands! •will take place, situate in divers counties. A list of descripltions of certain grants of land is published in order to furnish the public with an opportunity to correct errors. On the 9th Mayv. sale of three town allotments will take place, situate in Syd ney, Parramatta, and M1aitland, one in each. On the 11lh April, a sale of leasep of Crown lands situate in.duvers purts 'ot the colony will take place. pr Harnett is appointed surgeon at.Par ramatta in lieu of Dr. Anderaoq, .resigned.; And Dr.'Wilson assistant purgeon in lieu of Dr. Harnett, promoted. No perspn, not actihg.under the orders of the .Governor,,is to land at Cpckatoo .sland Plain needle-work pfall kind,, including jpckets and trowsera, will be ,taken ,in at thle Female factory. .Apply to Mr.Bell,, .who will supply;...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Moniter and Commercial Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839
.Sydesey f.,a oad tCone twýtaddresmEe. Mr. EDITOR. -,A wv da3i B.im ee hav ing hby.more eueident"got tild . f t4e 6y?r?ney ,?a.e.Le of the2' rd .xtlt. nW .tttuetCtion was. directed to the le.ader 'rFum tjesubstan~ce of the 'int.roductory matter, rhobce -newlv arrived in the coloony .coulld .t Sfor n mo meenti, mt~ine the,weiter,to hawvebeen the defendmtntin'the action alluded to,.nor hat he had been convicted ofpiblishing a gross fa'se.,and nJalicioauslael, nor;that the..quor u'ionsrelative to an '" old stock horse;" and ''mental imbecility," fprued part of the charge against him. ,His present attack.is a repetition of that libel,.for. which, he takes: * redit to himself. • .Has he therefore,. s an Editur,and.an indiflerent person,.ncted in his .public capacity-? No-but cvidcntlyU been actuated by bad motives. He avows he has been seeking an opportunity for re peating his slander and venting his spleen, but it seems could not find any one to pander to his appetite until the exertion...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839
WVe are indebted to the kindness of a respectable correspondent for the following extract of a letter from- Point de Galle ; i, is not likely, we are inclined to think, that the party who have arrived there lately from MRluritius, will be successful in taking nwiiy many Coolies from Ceylon, for they hlve all sense and information enough to govern them in their decision in d clining to leave the country in w' ich they are so well off, for another, where they would be required to work more, and very likely in other respects be indifferently tre ited.-Ceylon Herald. " We have a schooner here from lMauri tius, looking out for Coolies ; there are three fellows, regular crimps, prowling about the bazaar, but they stand no chance of getting recruits here. * A native of this place, who hits lately returned, gives such an account of the Mau:itius treatment of Coolies, that this in itself would be a sufficient preventaiive to engagement of the sort. He says T'hey promtnise five rupees a month...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839
THE LATE CATTLE Snow.-The late great Cattle Show, and the highly creditable manner in which every thing was con ducted and conclud d. ha:s been the subject of conversation andti congratulation amongst our citizens since its occurrence. Thousands of strangers were witnesses of the be haviour of the immense assemblage of all ranks in the show-yard and at the dinner, and a very favourable impression of the manners of our population, as well as of our bold yeomen, "the country's pride," must have been produced. The Premier Duke of Scotland, and the most illustrious Nobles of the land, mixed familiarly with the people, and reciprocated politeness; and nowhere did Ekbalood.dowla (the Prince of Oude) seem more at home than in the company of two of our Glasgow merchants, Messrs Robert Dalglish and Alexander Johnston. : laving had a good deal of experience in judging of numbers, we may mention as a proof of it, that in our last we estimated the multitude who had paid their shilling for admit...
Cape Good Hope. Legislative Council, Monday the 10th of December, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839
Cape Gooda Hope. Legirlative Cormcil, Mclnday the 10th -of De eember, iB8z8. The. Council. net in pursuance of a summ ots *front His Excellency the Go vernor. His Eacillencv the Giveruor made an address to the Council on a va riety, of subjects of public importance. After which,-It was mioved by the lion. J. B. Ebden. Esq , and se.onded by the Hon. H. Ross, Elsq -' Lhat the thanks qf the Council are due tit His Exc-llency th'i Goverplr for His Address to therm,on" opening the business of this day, and that sch thanks be recorded." Proposed by the Hon. the Treasurer General, and sef"onded by the Hon. H. Clocte, Esq. "Tnat His Excellency be requested to sanction the publication of the said ad dress." Carried untnimously; and His Excellency having'been pleast'd to accede thereto. it was ordered, " tnat the Addre-ss be published ;"-and it is hereby published accordingly. (Signed) Charlc, ls.lI, Acting Clerk of the Legislative Council.
LETTER REFERRED TO IN THE FOREGOING. Treasury Chambers, 13th August, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839
Treasary C'htmers, 13th August, 1838. Sir-The Lords Cotlnissisnuers of Her ;Majesty's Treasury haviifg dulv cons'itlered the Estimates of the elxpenditure of the.. government of New South WVaUs., for the. year 1838, with the annual Applroprintion Act, forwarded "to them in your ltt'er rd the gist of last Jannrary, nod assuting that Lord Glenelg does not distpprove of the regulations relating to the cl;ssifica tion and periodie.ml increase of the salaries 'of clerks in the aolonial service, which is adverted to in the Governor's mninute, I hive receivedr their con,,masirdsi to state tsHat it does not occur to them to be accessary to add any thing to His -Lnrdship'1 rremarks ,on the newly reported appointment of Crown Prpsecutor for! the Quarter'Session?m. or to object in any other respect to the, provisions of the Estimate and Appropria tion Act. They therefore propose to fo~r ward copies of these doncuments to the' conmmissioners of tnudit for their gnidssnce, apprising them of the ...
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE FOR THE YEAR 1838. Despatch from the Right Honorable Lord Glenelg, Secretary of State for the Colonies, to His Excellency Governor Sir George Gipps. Knight enclosing a Letter from the Board of Tressory, approving generally of the Estimates for the year 1838, but expressing a hope that the whole of the Land Revenue will not have been appropriated exclusively to the purposes of Immigration, unless it shall have been ascertained that the produce of the other Branches of the Revenue will be such as to render it unnecessary to apply any portion of the Land Fund to the Ordinary Expenditure of the Colonial Government. Downing-street, 28th August, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839
ESTIMATES PF CKPENIJTTflE FOR THE YEtR 1838. De~patrc from tht 'Rtghrt' Honorable Ltbd Glenelg, .8edarwry of6.S?te for the Co toeids, to ?hil Exeellerry OoverlOr Sir qn ege Glpvs. :Knigh#, '.n'eloCingt.a Let ter from the Board of Treasam5r,api prov ing genernlly of the .stimata for the year 1838, but expressing a pope that the whole of the ,Land Revenue will aid have ibeen appropriated aeleu sive;y' to the purpomC of Immigration, • unless it shall have been decertained 4bat the produce of the other. Branches of the Revenue will be such as to render •it unnecks'ary to apply nny portion-of Ihe Land Fund to ,he Ordinary;Expen diture of the Colonial Government. SDoivning-atreet, 29th August, 1838. Sir-i ?bhvrereceived yir Ric.hard Bp.urke's I)i atcb.. No. 70, of the 28 h July, 1837, 'iraitºtting fije estimates of.the expencli ttire of t: Govern meat of N?ew South 1Vaig4 fpr Ithe reseent: year, wvith. the An iPnl'- nppropriation Aet-; arnd I hove to si'gnify totyoid;the?jjrd t.nl ofHer M...