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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839

E?FF.CT OF RAILROADS. - On Tuesday nenrly one hundred horses (part the pro perty of Mr Chaplan, the extensive coach proprietor) were sold by Mlr Dixon, at his repository in Barbican. They had pre viously been employed to convey the Ports mouth, Southampton, and Exeter coaches During the last six months, from the same cause, at least one thousand horses have been sold, the greater part from the great Northern road to Birmingham, Manchester and Liverpool.

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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Despatches. POLICE AND MARINE DEPARTMENTS. Despatch form the Right Honorable Lord Glenelg, Secretary of State for the Colonies, to His Excellency Governor Sir George Gipps, Knight, enclosing copy of a Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury conveying the opinion of the Lords Commissioners relative to the Expenditure of the Police and Murine Departments, and the Extra Expenses of the Mounted Police. Downing street, 4th September, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839

De~patches. 1 'POLICE AXDWMARINEDEP?RT.iMENTS. tDespat,:h from -tire Right Honorable Lord GIleneig. Secretary of State for the Cblo •nies, to His Excellency Governor Sir t (fAeorge Gipps, -'Knight, enclosing copy I -of a Letter from tALe Secretary of the Treasury, conveying the opinion of the fLords Commissioners relative 'to the lExplendittre' of the Police and Murite Departments, and the Extra Expenses of :the Mounted 4'olI?tf. obitdrigt t-re2n,4ta XSýepRjnse r, l$ 1858. S t,-: Vik sflarenee to the 'desputcbes from Sir Richard ~amrke, -~.trttrdto din' ? margin, I have new to tr.-smit to you, for year nlforetatioan .atnd guidaoce, the- en closed copy of # lthtter froun the Sevretairy of the Treasu f The subject to which it * referf?)~ts unai ne- very Tftl considera .tio*,kbii the 8dhii1bm which :1 now trans to #ou must be considered as the .'t a?rate tesult of that consideration. I' have'been happy could I have felt myself justified in adopting a view of this subjret more in acctor...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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NEW SOUTH WALES ACT. Despatch from the Right Honorable Lord Glenelg, Secretary of State for the Colonies, to His Excellency Governor Sir George Gipps, Knight, transmitting Copy of an Act of Parliament to continue, for another year, the Act for the Admistration of Justice in New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land. Downing-street, 24th August, 18[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839

NEW SOUTH WALES ACT. Despatch from the Right Honorable LordI Glenelg, Secretary. ofState for theColo nies, to. HIis EGcellency Governor Sir George G;pps, -Kight, transmitting Copy o'f an Act of P'nrliament to con tinue, for another year, th.Act for the Admistrntion Df Justice in Ne*'South Wales and Van Diemen's Land. Downingf-street, 24th August, 1889. Szn,-I Ibve the honor to tran-,mit to you n Copy of an Act which has been passed thiu Sesion, to continue for another year the Act for the Aministration of Justice in New South Wales and "Van Diemen's Land, The enquiries nf the Select Committee of the House ofýCommons, on the subj.ct of Trranip.rtation, to which 1 referred in my Desnpatch, No. 3"68, of the 2.5th Au gust, 1837, were renewed in the present Sesqsion; but clhqumstances, over which Her liajesty's Government had no control, delayed the comnpletion of those enquiries, arid the.adoption of a Report, until a very late period of the lpresenttSession. The Evidence and the Report...

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EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 23rd ultimo to the 2nd instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839

EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from tlhe 23rd ultinmo to the 2nd instant, inclusive. February 23-THERESA, 497 tons, Young, master, for Calcutta via Madras, in ballast. February 23--EDWARD, 132 tons, Hall, muster, for New Zealand-whaling stores. February 23-SUSANNAH ANN, 79 tons, Delaney, master, for Hobart ''own-100 logs cedar, 850 cocoanuts, 5 bales bass, 2 casks oranges. SFebruary 25-AQUILLA, 40 tons, Francis, master, for Few Zealand-57 half.barrels 10 boxes pipes, 1 bale slops, 2 cases prints, 10 bags flour, 1 case I bale prints, 96 iron pots, 20 boxes soap, 2 bales blankets, 1 cask hardware, 40 casks salt. February 25-JOHN PIRIE, 106 tons, Martin, master, for South Australia-1 wool press, 1 cask glue, 5 cases saddlery, I cask glass. 2 bales paper, II cases 17 casks sundries, 1 tierce pork, 1 cask sherry, I barrel bread, 1 keg butter, 1 case pickles, 5 boxes candles, 14 barrels 86 bags 1 hogshead flour, 4 mats 1 hogshead sugar, 4 half-chests 2 chests 1 box tea, 6 hboxes 1 cask glass, 1...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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Sydney Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839

Sydney Markets. The markets this week have given ample proof of the effect of the drought which has prevailed for so long a period. The same average prices for wheat are quoted as before. hut we have seen a good sample which fetched 12s 6d, on Friday, and a very indifferent one now selling at ils 6d. The quantity of flour sent to the interior is larger than the supply of wheat sent down. Prices will again rise in a few days. An understood arrangement between the merchants confers a temporary benefit on the public; this is, that if one house he supplied well, it will not continue to rsun up the price to the disadvantage of the others. Maize is very scarce; nothing under 10s per buihel for good old maize; new, just come down, may be had, in quantities, from 7s to 8s. Hay is increasing in price and will do so unless the weather changes. Vegetablea are scarce and high; of fruit there is a tolerable supply but at very high prices. Butcher's meat and dairy produce remain as before. We saw...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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Yass. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839

Yass. 1st March--You will no doubt be glad to learn that an alteration in the weather has taken place ; Vednesday last was un usually hot,-towards the evening the heavens were overcast wi h dark clouds, and about midnight a light shower fell, being the first that has fallen for many months. On the morning of the 28th ult., light showers and a cold wind from South ; to wards noon several smart showers fell, and it is now ardently prayed, that the present showery, cold weather will continue for at least a wee'k or ten days. The appearance of the pasture lands for some weeks back, has resenbled a vast tract of brown sand hills and ranges, inter spersed with trees bearing yellow leaves, and here and there a lagoon or water-hole nearly dry, while around its edge are to be seen small fish and turtles, endeavouring to escape from their warm element--the sun being so powerful and the water so low, that the stagnant remains of that element are above luke-warm heat. I have received inte ligen...

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Port Phillip. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839

Fort Phillip. Arrived, 5ith February.-The BlR/ssom, Mitchell. fromt Hobart. Thle 7th-'Thle Aullmford, Clevrlatd, from L4atunceston. ]Departedl, 7th Febrallry.-Thl e Srccrss, Delaney, for Silney.. sm.Le day. the Paul Prl', T'fr Sydney The 8th-The Aruet, 'Gray. fir Hcb;art, thie .Aber crt,mlbie, for LLauncestona, and the Speculator, f(or Sydney. Tl'hree weelks ago, the cargo of the 7Tom.as Laurie wai c, np!rete, the day Holllwin g1 r. Wele.h. 'ati-fied with his endeavtl;ts "a3nt exe rtions, lelt, under tilhe inimre.sioi tha;t his cnl,pain was to be ta-nted in pro setcutinl the vIyale with despuatch. She is still at aH331i33r in oumr pilr The -chnoris Adealloe, 7Tarmwnian L.ts and Reandicoa f(3roma this Irma t, Ihad ta rived at Hobart Town Iaai.,r o to the sailing of the lI/ossosn. A3 calIt;tin13 i313d 33lll3L3s of vessel| 'are niot gene rally acquaintled wilh tihe fiacilities afllardal to ship. ping in ithe part of 3lellbourane, we untay mention that Captain De vliin, by lea'33 of the...

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South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839

South Australia. Arrivals between the 16th , f January and 16th of February.-Orlean, 668, Cnameron, from'Liverpaol, Irands, Clarke, fromo Dundee; Crat/erina Hahn; Btrrauster, Vet\tne, from London ri; I'orter, hale, Polter lntater, froum Liverpool ; Dorset, fron Lirer pool ; Resource, from London; Ltady Emma Price, from L mlnceston ; ereu, Lees, 1frll .Sydney; Eagle, Fauthat pe, rm on La;unce-tlon i True-lore, Colton, flmn Hoart ; Lord laobaort, Smllpsnl from Hoiart; Iiltck Joke, Harding, from Launceston; John Dunlscomhe. Deparules hetoeen the 16th January and 16tI Februnry.-Tnamar, Norlthwoodl, for Batavia; David Whlitton, VWright, ior Port Phillip ; Engle. for Laun. ceston ; Glenalvon,, Marshal, for Batavia ; llola, Rowlands. ir iuucestln : Slrry, Sinclair, l or Batavia ; Lord Hoblart, for lhubart ; Ltdy E'mmaa, for Launceston. ADELAIO l Pit ICE CURRP.NT.-Ale. Dunhar's per dozen 16i to £1, Loandon per hhd £9 to £10, Ash by's per barrel £9 to £10, Coloniall per hlad £7 to £8-fHeef p...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839

Sia,-In the Monitor of yesterday are some remarksin reference to the cultiva ion o-f the vine and of wine making in .this Colony, and suggestions are offered for the formation of a society exclusively devoted to that purpose. Such a society would eventual!y be of immense importance to this country. Firstly.-As a mean of obtaining the knowledge of what varieties of the.grape vine are best adapted .for wine-making; what varieties are best adapted to our dif ferent soil, its cultivation, ,methobd of plant ing, distance between each -plant, and distance betwen each .row, ,show pruned and trained, &e., &c. Secondly-'lhe whole details of the system pursued in the manufacture of wine, whether the igrapes ,are ,separated from the stilks "('graz7pagc) previons to jermentation,, or irst.subjectedto ,the press, sr trodden; whether fermented in tons or barrels, .how long the fermentation con tinue', and -when the wine is .drawn off -after processes &e,; quantity produced...

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Van Diemen's Land. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839

Van Diemen's Land. Vessels arrived at Hobart between the 12th and 15th February ult.--The North American, 270, Simmons, from Wilmington, United States. The ,iren. 143, Blackbourn, from Sydney. The Juliet, 444, Parker, from London. (T'he Appoline and Cheriatt, were in the Downs when the Juliet was at Prtsmoalouth.) )Departures between same datea.-The Adelaide, 96, Man. for Pntt Phillip. The Louisa, 242, Nhin yard, fur London. The Maria, 282, Oir, for the Afihery. The Dualop, 291, Hall, fTir America. Arrivals.. a Launceston between the 4th and 7th February.-'lhe Eagle, 108, I'airthrop, from Southl A?l?tralia. The W'allabhy, 284, Hambnrgh, from Parr Plhillip. Departures.-Feb. 2d, the Comet, 120, Rhodam, For s.wan R-ver and Batavia. On the5th, tle Enter price, 55. Hunter, for Port Phillip. The Eagle, 108, Fairthrop, for Sonnth Attralia, with sheep. On the 7th, the Illalluby, 284, for Port PI.illip, with sheep. Since writing he abhorte, we have received.a later Hobmart paper wJti elstate...

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The Blacks at Hunter's River. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839

The Blacks at Hunter's River. By a letter in a contemporary, the blacks nre spearing both sheep and cattle, and have silso murdered as shepherd. The following, are extrncts : " Amongst those got in were three -cows and one) -working bullock speared ; one of the cows had two 'spears in her side; both were broken in driving her to the stockyard. .1 got a part of.a spear nearly two feet long out of the ,bullock; the others Ii could not extract. I don't think they have speared them for want of food. .but merely to practice :kill. ing cattle. " I am very sorry to inform you that, in consec quence of the outrages of the blacks, Brennan's: sheep have been compelled to he brought back here. On the 7th instant one of the stations was, robbed 'by theblacks; .and it.appear ,that, in their -etreat, .the fell in with a flock.of.sheep and mur. .dered the shepherd (Thomas Casey), after which they drove away palt of his flock to theircamp Next.day. Brennan and,.everal of his men, bein in search of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839

V-4 NTED. A 'SURGEON to proceed to 'London in the De?rATrR.'" Apply to COOPER & HOLT, ?'Felrusry 06. 1839. George-street. WANTED, .A )DO'IC and WAITER.o ho thougrly under -A.. itands his:Business and D'ties.'at a Tavern. `He must be sober, and of-unezxcptionable charac T'-er.-l-qeireat'the Office of this Paper. A MAN and WIFE '(without :ineunihrance) the latter as Housekeeper, and the former as Clerk and Storekeeper, in Sydney To compe. ,'tent persons a liberal salary will be given, and 'wane other need apply. Letters (post paid) -addressed to A. B. 'Post Office, Sydney, will be -attended to immediately. GOVERNES.. -A "LAC"Y wishes to engage herself as COVER AI NESS in a respect hle family. She is qrlualified to instruct her Pupils in Music and French, and to make thenm thoroughly acquainted in each branch of an English education. The most -'respectable refereence can be offered. The address ,is R. S. T., Monitor Office, York.-street,(post paid.) - A MILLER WANTED -F OR the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839

AdvertisementssenLt to fflce, muist specify on the face of them, the number of tit thl are to be advertised; otherwise, they will be continued and charged until countermanded. "?faitland" Steam Packet. SA T the request of several Residents in the Wil liam's River District, the above vessel will take Pas sepgers and Freight to Cl rence Town, on the first Saturday of every montbn mening 2nd March. The arrangement wl Iot interfere with the regaolin trps, as she will run direct to Morpeth, andpioceed front thence to Clarence-town, where she will remain only four hours. : FOR LONDON. T HE remarkably fins first class SHIP 337 tons register, Thomias Woirel Commander. The principal part of the cargo of this vessel being already engaged she will be one of the early Wool Ships of the season. Her accommodations for passengers are very superior, having a spacious and lofty poop. For Freight or Passage apply to the Conmmander on board, to MONTEFIORES, BRIELLAT & CO., O'Connell-street. or...

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Maitland. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839

- Maltlanid. t The following interesting account of d proceedings at Maitland appears in Satur- a lday's Auslralian: EasT Marxr.ND, 27ra FaBRannBu.-T thiseven- s] ing attended a meeting held at the Court-house in this town the avowed object of which was to prti- c tion tile Governor for an augmentation of police for a the district. Alfred Oke Eyde, Esq., was called to the Chair. I When it was proposed by Rev, G. K. Rusden, a and seconded by Mr. James Cox, that the Memo. rial which he read (the substance of which was R craving an augmentation of police force) be adopted. It was then proposed by Mr. B. Russel, and seconded by 1Mr. P. J. Cohen, as an amendment, that an augmentation of pay to the constabulary, of sixpence per diem. be also requested. Mr. Grant, police Magistrate, here stated, that 1 an application had already been made to the Gover nor for more police, by himself and brother mnagis trates, but that His Excellency had refused to accede to it. on the grounds that tile exp...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839

TNOLVVENT DEBTORS' COURT.--An un loolked for result.-A general dealer of ?omlersetshire applied upon his petition to be discharged He was unopposed. The insolvent had been arrested at the suit of his own brother, and now came up for the purpose of obtaining his discharge, away from all his creditors, and not owing a single debt in London. Mr. Woodroffe, who supported the insol vent,admitted that the arrest was a friendly proceeding, and had taken place in order to relieve him from his debts, and difficul ties. He could prove that the debt was actually due. Mr. Commissioner Bowen could not sanction such a proceeding. Here was a man whose creditors lived in the country coming to be discharged from his debts, those to whom they were owing being at a great distance from London. The pro per course for the insolvent' to have pur sued would have been to have remained in the country, and petitioned the court on the circuit. He (the learned commissioner) would dismiss the petition, as he was...

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Police News. FRIDAY, MARCH 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839

Police News. FRIDAY, MIARCH 1. Martha Gordon, the woman who mo destly bJrrowetl Mrs M'Carthy's saucepan to boil Mr. M'Carthy's game cock in. and which she had previously caught and ki!ledj for use,- having nothing to say in her defence she was committed for trial. Mr. l'Carthy said that " it was not the first time by many she had served her the same trick." Patrick Carrol (free) was charged with committing a murderous assault upon constable Morrall and a man named Chad nick or Charley, messenger at Hyde Park Barracks,. by stabbing. them when in cus'ody. It appeared that the prisoner. had been appr.ehended .on suspicion of being a runaiway, and was sent up in Morrall's charge on Thursday morning for a certificate from Hyde Park. Upon examination of the records. it appeared that the man was free, and he insisted upon being immediately liberated without returning to the Police.Oflice to be dis charged by the bench. To this Morrall objected, and the prisoner attempted to es:-ape from th...

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Mutiny at the Nore. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839

Mutiny at the Nore. Thewidow of Parker, chief of the mutiny at the "Nore,", was discovered some time since in great distress. and her case having become public, Mr. Minshull said, he had received an anonymous communication, in'closing a statement of some very in teresting facts relative to Parker, and the sufferings.of Mrs. Parker for some time before the day of her husband's execution, with her exertions to procure his pardon, and the means she adopted to obtain pos session of the body after it had been inter red. The writer hoped the worthy magis trate would endeavour by some means to give publicity to the statement, in order to bring the distressed situation of the widow under the eye of some benevolent indivi duals, who might be induced to assist her in her old age The following is 'he substance of the paper received by Mr. Minshull - In the months of February and Mlarch, 1797, a spirit of mutiny appeared in the Channel fleets at Portsmouih a.nd Plymouth, and the mutiny soon bec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839

lit Oe. N"j IOar GER .i S T o RE, AND JOHN TOL SWgH, N returning his thanks to the Australian Public generally for the liberal Patronage and Support which they have gi'cn hini in his Business as GROCER and ITALIAN WAREHOUSEMAN, hastens to infirm them that he has ,nade arrangements for the commencement of an extensive IRONMONGERY TRADE, in addition to his other as above, on the P'remiscs So. 74, George treet, LATE MR. WILSON'S WELL-KNOWN SALE ROOM. "In soliciting a share of the Public support, J. H. would assure them, that his arrangements are so made as to mcct every thing like competition; the Selection of the GOODS generally was made in the heart of the manufac turing districts by Mr. J. T. WILSON, during his stay in England ; the Public have therefore this guarantee, that no Article unsuited to the wants of the Colony would be brought. The Shipments will be made QUARTERLY to him, with -the certainty that any improvement in Tools or Agricultural Implements he will be the first to ...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839

NEWS OF THE DAY. TUrIATInCAL INTsLLi?ti Cc.--l'he 'arah and Elizaheth, has brought us a party of French ' Artistes" from India ; they have been performing " vaudevilles" and "operas " throughout the British settle ments, and appeared to have excited general applause. The Eglghshmun, Calcutta new-paper, speaks well of their performances. and the novelty is itself a recommendation here. They expect to be joined by others from Bourbon and Mau ritius, to make up an effective corps. Those who have on the passage had an opportunity of judging ofthe vocal powers of those already arrived, speak highly of them, and there is no doubt they would form an attraction at a theatre. A French performance will encourage the study of one language at least, and there can be no better school for the good usages of refined society, thin the French " vandeville." Musical tallent begins to be appreciated in Sydney, and as our present company is altogether inefficient as far as the gettinei up of an "opera ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 4 March 1839

Tua MIDDLE TeM?PLE BORROWINJG £30. -We extract the following curious docu ment from "Tl'he Illustrations of British His-ory," by E Lodge, Esq., Clarevcieux, recently published :-" Society of the Mirldle Temple to the Earl of Shrewsbury. Indorsed by the Earl.-' This privy seal being brought unto me at Christmas, 1797, in respert of Prince D'Amore's keeping his revels in that inn of court, I sent him by the hands of Mr. Davies of that house, ?140.-Gilbert Shtwsbury.' ' Right fin norable Lord, we send you hum:ble and hearty greeting. For as much as the ordinary expense of our public hospitality is such, and so great at all times. in the knowledge and view of all men of right understanding and consideration, and that by new unexpected accidents of foreign change and entertainments. the samue is at this present so greotly augmented and increased that, without a benevolent largess and contribution of the members and well wishers of this house the same cannot well be defrayed or discharged...

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