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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 March 1839

'WANTJEDJ), B AN'K STOCK, either in the Bank of Aus. traja, or tile Bank of New.Soigthl Wales. STUART A. DONALDSON. Witt-street, Feh. 41, 180.9. Baruck of New Soutll Wales. 'XTANTED to Purchase FIVE FIAIRES paid WiV pri the bps1'v E.FtablishMtrr t. Le ttcr4 (ppt.paic) addra.st .XX to'this Office, -atating the amount of Premitem re?qired, wijl.nmeet 'wit. itpmediate attention. .Pebiuary l3, 1839 A?sslstant Editor. -IN ANTRD, an Assistant Editor to the So,'.gY MoIstriR. None need apply who are not -perfectly competent to the dry. by literary habits -~and a perfect knowledge of English grammar. -Apply to Ma EIAl.r. York-street. GOVERNES . A LADY wi'hrs to einglicalerself as GOVER .kN ESS in a respectphle family. She is ?gttalified to instruct. h.: Pupils in Music and .'repch, and to nmke them; thoroughly acquainted isa eacu! branch of an Itnglish edueation. The most restsrctable reference can he nflrerd. The address is R. S. T'., :lonitor Ofice, Yotk.street. (soet paid.) A MVILLTLER WA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 March 1839

SALES wS BVaOTION WVAIc' will lake place before our nest pu'lcallon TillS DAY. A.. POLACK-At hWis Baaaar at 12 o'clock, Shares in the Bank of New South Wales. J. T. WILSON-At his. Rooms, at half-past to for 11 o'clock.assorted . Merchandize, also, unclaimed goods shipped in the Tamr. TO-MORROW. T. WV. SMART-At h's Rooms at II o'clock, 10 bags Coffee and assorted Merchandize. SALE OF CROWN LAND. March 13-Section Froeholds. March 2s-Leaseholds. April 10.-Crown Lands. April 1.-Leases of Crown Lands. April I I-Melbourne Allotments. - May 8.-Sale of 21 Lots of Crown Land in the viclnity of Pbrt Phillip. May 9.--Allotments-in Sydney, Parramatta, and Malt land (one in each). NEW A DVERTI SE MEN TTB OF THIS DAY. 1oal Wictor(a aTbeatre. O N SATURDAY,. the 9th March, 1839, will ba performed the Laughable 'Farce, entitled The Rifle Brigade. After which,. the Comic Extravaganza, of IDOCTOR BOLUS. To conclude with thq Melo.Drama, called The Tempter, ,OR, The Old Mill of st. Denis. S . LAZAR, MAN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 March 1839

Advertisements sent to this Ofce, must specifq on the face of them, the number of times they are to be advertised; otherwise, they will be continued and. charged until countermanded. For London Direct. A REGULAR TRADER. TIIE remarkably FINE, FAST.SAILING Ship Andromache, A I. 4G8 Tons register, Thomas New, Commander. This Ship has part of her Cargo engaged, and will meet with despatch; has superior accommodations for Passengers, and carries an experienced Snrgeon. For Freight or Passage, apply to the Commander on board,-or to W. S. DELOITTE & CO. February 4, 1839. Lower George-street. For London direct. Iro sAsL.qo rls a 2 MAIcU.) 1iE fine fast sailing SHTP City of Edinburgh, - . 364 tons per Regi-ter, T. W. P. SThompson. master, now loading at Nearastle, will call here for pa.sengers, and carry an experienced Surgeon. Alpplirction to he made to A. B. SI AIK. 18th February. 1839. For Lond:· l Direct. ý1HE Fine First.c-lass Ship Susanua. 256 Tons register,. John P. Ridley, Co...

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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 8, 1839. Nothing extenuate, nor ought set down in malice. SHAKESPEARE. "Emigrant" Discipline. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 March 1839

~SYDNEY MONITOR 8 COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER ' FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 8, 1839. d.oatting eetenuate,'or ought set down in malice. SBA KsiWCARUo "' Emigrant" Discipline. 'Thle following'is an extract' from yekterdaj's Syd nceyi Gazett : A talehas been going the rounds of Sydney for the last day or two, which, without farther preface, we shall lay "before our readers: In the City of Edinburgh bounty emigrant ship, some eighteen or twenty months since, there came to the colony a poor but respectable man named John Staggs, -bringing with him a wife and seven or elght children. Shortly after hts arrival, Staggs took a small farm at Cobbltty near Liverpo ,. where he has since continued to reside, Industriously striling to make a'livellhood in the face of the discouraging drongllt. For tie greater part of "the time he has attended the Sydney market once a week. •to dispose of the produce of his little farm, and purchase n ecessaries and comforts for his large family. On Friday 'last he came to to...

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THURSDAY, 7TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 March 1839

TIIURSDAV, 7T D?ARncrH. Jo. n flrennan. assigned to Mr. Campbell. bnt emntinyed by his lnattet'i agents, Mlesasr. Hughes and Houking, was charged before Captain lnnes by his overseer wirh refni-ne to attend the general mornting mluster of the imen employed on the w'Otkt. Captain Innes obc-eved, that it was an ,xcrllnt regulation n ail laige estal,lihments ro Ire olserved, aid he wiuld see it, as far as it was in hisa power. strictly enforced. Sentence-to rnceive a corporal punishment of 25 lashes, and to be retui ned to his service. William- Bass, a ticket-of-leave holder in 'he service if Mr. Fraser, of Penrith, fell down, dad drunk In Drultt-strcet on Wednesday, and as humanely picked up by a constable, who foundon his pervon'¾8 4s, which the dunnkard stated t be his own money. It appearin,. from the certifLite from Hyde Park Barracks,that the prisoner obtail his.ticeet on the very day It was due, and tha he had always been a trustworthy servanr, he as admnonished and discharged. ...

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Church Lands. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 March 1839

Church Lands. (From the Colonist of. the 6th instant.) In days of yore, while yet the public mind was under the absurd delusion that the Established Church of England was also the Established Church of New South Wales, the principle of territorial endowment was not only adopted by the Government, but carried out to a most extra. vagant extent. It was enacted by the Downing. street Parliament, of which the most puissant Bnthurst was jking, Lords, and Commons, that the Protestant Episcopal Church of Australia should receive, for her excluive use and benefit, the tri.fing proportion OtuNBaEVENTn ofthe entire territory ! t Every seventh acre thioughout the length and breadth of the land was to be set apart for what were called "CChurches and Schools," meaning tlhereby, the one favoured, fondled sect, which, -without rhyme or reason, had arrogated to itself the right of monopolising the entire spiritual domi. nion of this rising colony. But the bubble at length bu:st. The enormous nmonop...

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Indian Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 March 1839

Indian Sheep. The Settlers of Swan River are about attempting an interchange with Inldia, of a novel description. It appears that a cross of Saxon rants with native sheep has been attempted in India, and has fully succeeded; the wool of the cross exhibiting great superiority over that of the purely native sheep. This success has induced the sheep-masters of India, to extend the experiment, and it has been deter mined to send to the Cape for an additional supply of Saxon rams. But the settlers at the Swan d iver are sanguine of being able to command the Indian nmark-t for this descsiption of stock, as they have a superfluity of fine woolled rams, and can sell them at .£10 a head less, tthan the prices quoted at the Cape. The difference of distance too, is another dircumstance considerably to the advantage of the settlers at the Swan. Tile passage from the Swan to Madras, is generally effected in three weeks, being less than half the time occupied in making the destinstion from the Ca...

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Police News. TUESDAY, MARCH 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 March 1839

Police News... TUESDAY, MARCH 5. INEPPtICIENCY OF TH ? MERCRANTS''SEAMAN'S ACT. CAPrAIN METCAI.F'S CREW AOAIN.-Elen'y Hahlses, an articled seaman, belonging to the Francer Charlotte, wa:s apprehended on warrant by Conductor Gnoda,. of the water police, on board the Gonernnr Bourke. bound outwards, near the Sow and Pags. Captaln'Joseph Metcalf statei, that the pisoner had signed aticles in London, which he produced, to serve as an ordinary seaman daring the voyage to New Sonth Wales, or any utlier port in these seas, and return with the ship to some port in England, and that he and another seaman had deserted the ship. Sentenced to forfeit all the wages due to him and his goods and effects on board, for the benefit of the owners with costs aRd to be returned to his duty. Captain Metcalf said he was sorry to say. there were no wages due to the man, and the clothes he had on board would not cover the expense of prosecuting him. Captain Innes replied, that he was quite aware of that, an...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 March 1839

N-EWS OF THE DAY. CoNvtcr DscIPLItru -For the perusal of Mr Keck.-Bridget M'Coll, assigned to Mr. Bro, of Castlereagh-street. was sent on a meusge ci Sunday night, at about 8 o'clock, which would not have occupied many minutes, and did not return, Inspector Ryan stated.'he apprehended the prioner in Campbell's Lane, about sine o'clock, in coinini with a male prisoner of the crown, beloungiung t Carter's Barracks. The.mau had a bottleof rue inl his possession, which he was endeavouring to induce the female to pastakeof; the woma in w sober when apprehended; two months Srd clas Factory. It was stated that this was only one instance of many, that prisoners attached to Carterl' Barracks had been found in the streets atialate hour. After Captain Innes had commenced the lintl. gation of a case against an assigned servant of Mr. Oatlry's, of George-street, who) was brought up yesterday on suspicion of stealing a watch. Mr. Ryan Brenan came in and assuming the magisterial chair, ordered'the...

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The Administration of Justice. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 March 1839

The Administration of Justice. AARTICeRD CLxaRs.-The rule of Court which was pub lished in May last, and by which Articled Clerks were pro hibited from receiving any salary dltrin the period of their articles, has been rescinded, as will be perceived by the following order of Court. "It is ordered that so much of the second rule of this Court made and published on the sth day of May, 188, as prohiblits any person articled to an Attorney of this Court with a view to hin admission, from receiving soany salary from his master daring the period, shall be, andci the same is hereby res cinded?" Tihlstul. is dated in September last, but as t is not generally knowh, we lay it before our readers.-h-erald. If the Judges in this Colony can narrow in the least degree the enntri to their Court, beyond what is the- practice of the Uoucrts at home, then on 'principle. and accot ding to law, they can narrow it 'to such an extreme. degree, ns to shut out front practising in our Court all but their o...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 March 1839

MARRIAGE. By special license, on the 14th February, at St. David's Church, Hobart Town, Captain J. G. Hume, of the Bombay Army, to Arnett, eldest daughter of J. H. Moore, Esq., late Collector of Internal Revenue. On Saturday, the 28th of January last, by the Rev. Mr. M'Intyre. Mr. John Wells, to Miss Mary Hill Lake, both of Sydney. DEATH. On Wednesday, March the 6th, at the residence of Mr. John Fletcher, Lower George-street, Mrs. Hely, aged fifty-three, after long and painful illness.

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Distress of South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 March 1839

Distress of South Australia We deeply regret to have to state,that this lately prosperous Colony now labours under two dreadful draw-backs, one irremediable geographically and the other irremediable by man's efforts. The first is a miserable port. The second is, a severe drought. The scarcity of water in Sydney is bad enough; but it is much greater at Adelaide. They have had neither time nor money yet to dig wells. They   have necessarily relied upon the clouds of Heaven, xxxx the latter have long since ceased "to drop fat- [ness]?' Hence the imhabitants of Adelaide, [xxxx] other miseries, have at present to endure those arising from bad and scarce water.     The next evil is a population, not suitable to colonise a wild bush country. Owing to their   novel situation, and being prevented by the   non-location of'the lands to goto work as farmers, the bulk of the 'new-comers are loitering in idleness   in t...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 March 1839

Tes REVsNUE or GItEAT 31ýidAIN, forth yeears ended Oct.-10, and the quarters ea4ed Oct. 10: 1831........ £43,736,q88.....:.. £11,396319 18:2........ 43,408.812...... 12,093.586 1833....... " 43.028,392......... 11.840310 1834........ 43,:341840........ 11,510,246 1835...... . 42.257.240........ I1.85441. 1816........ 44.981.93'........ 12880527 1837........ 42 887,6:8 ........ 11.6931,5 1838........ 43 628,683....... 12349075 It will be seen at a glance frnm.the above, that the public income for the lJut quartet is the greatest. (with. one exception, the year of such extreme excitement, t836)of any of the last eight corresponding quarf ters; and that there are but two jears, 1836 beinga one, in which the receipts have equl:!ed those in the year just ended. "In 1831 they were greeter by a&out £108,000, and no more; notwithstanding that since that time upwards of six millins of. taxes have been taken off; and they exceed by more than .£250000the average in,,ome of the seven ye...

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English Extracts. STATE OF THE UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 March 1839

English Extracts. STATE OF THE UNIVERSAL SLrFFRAGE QUESTION. In describing the movement of the work ing classes for Universal Suffrage, the Spectator has sought to put the real state of the case before its readers: avoiding on the one hand, exaggeration of the numbers and influence of the tluaimants of the fran chise, and on the other, everything like sneering depreciation of their motives or their cause. The right of the unenfran chised strenuously to endeavour to obtain the privileges of citizenship, denied to them by a combination of the other classes, is unquestionable. Moreover, their attempt is praiseworthy, and of itself argues a cer tain degree of fitness to perform the duties they desire to assume. In our anomalous electoral system, a considerable number of persons in the lowest rank of life are ac tually possessed of the franchise.. It is the fashion of the WVhig partt to rail at these men who are styled the "corrupt old free men; ' but the Tories eagerly and jealously pre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 March 1839

NW TlA1'ED by a young man (an emijgrant recently arrived) a situationas cleik, or any otherlight occupation in'which he-coald'be useful ,to his employer-; -s?ry' not so much -n object as ] ea permanent situation. Apply by letter Post Paid "to W. G. S4ySney ltIo~itor ,Office. - "ASSISTAN I' OVERSEER. W 7 ANTED, a Situation by :a Person 4'f active? habits, as Assistant Oveirseer on-a'Grazing establishment; Salary n. object. Apply to AIr hall. Monitor Office. ?ork-street. Assistant E-Itor. W ANTE.D, an AssistanftEditor to the S-oNvrr S MoNtrnR. None-need apply-who are not -perfectly-contpeteset to the duty,. by literary habits -and a peitect knowledge of English grammar. -Apply to.Ma HALL. York-street. GOVERN1TESB. A LADY wishes to engage herself as COVER N ESS in -a respect.rble family. She is -qualified .to instruct her Pupils in Music and -French. and to make theni thoroughly acquainted in each branch of an English education. The most -resp.·ctable referensce can be offered. The add...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 March 1839

Advertisements sent to this OQie, must specify on the face of thent, t14e number of times they/ are trabe advertised; otherwise, tqey will be continued and charged qnitil counLtertanded. ,,? i . .. ' _ " " , . , .. .". ... "- - , - -- "4 ,, " , " - , ,. -.. ...... ... " :" ' i-..?: !- ." , · . ;.. .= ''" ... .".. For Londo~ Direct. A REGULAR TRADER. rlE retarkably FINE, FAST.SAILING Ship .1. Andrpspache, , A 1, .468 Tong register, Tborspn New, Commander. This Ship bas part of her Cargo engaged, aqd will meet with dcspatch; has superior accommodatiops for Passengers, and carries an expcrienced Surgeon. For Freight or Passage, apply to the Commander on 'Biard,-or to W. S. DELOITTE & CO. February 4,:1 9. Lower peprge-asreat0 For London direct. [TO sAIL vn ma 22snD MAacn.] T HE fine fast sailing SHIP City of Edinburgh, 366 tons per Register, T. W. P: Thomp.on, master, now loading pt Nevicarce, will call here for passengers, and canry an experienced Ssrgeon. Application to be mod...

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OLYMPIC THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 March 1839

OLYMPIC THEATRE. A- successful little farce, called The Printer's Devil,was produced at thit house last night.? Pierre Pica (Mr. KErILEY) han unlicensed printer in Paris, who combines in his own person the functions of com positor, render, pressman, and devil, is employed by Grifel, the'secretary of ?the Count "de Maurepas (Mr. T. Green) to print a pamphlet on the policy of the Ehm peror.Joseph. Great offence .is taken at this brochure by the German ambassador, Duke de Bringhen (Mr. Selby), who de mands of lMaurepas the signal punishment of the'author. The writer is no other th'an the Count hihiself, and much does he chuckle over the cleverness of his produc tion. Enjoying the c.hler of the German; he dictshtes to'his secretary a prp.lamnation, offering a'.reward of 18.000 livres for the discovery of the offender, Who is also to he commniited to the Bastile, and to be fined to the amount of the-reward. Pierre Pica, who 'hs shifted his quarters, since the police' broke *p the first i...

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DREADFUL STORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 March 1839

DREADFUL STORM. STh: weather ddring the early part, of this week was unusually warm; but on Thursday. we *xperienced a serious and nimost 'alarming change. the barome'er in the course of that day, previous to 3 o'clock fell so low as 29. 84-a d.,gree of tempera ture which' occsiined much anxiety-in the city. " Abppt,4 o'clock thewiriml backed out from IV. to. VN. IV., and blew a : perfect hurricane, ..with. heavy rain, and sleet. From this time tillmidnighlt this cointinued with unabautd_,yilence, the rpin fa~llirig'in torre'nt.iIt ;as,Sexpected lthtit serious. damage would have been done to the buildings of the city, but. as yet, we have oplylheardl pf Drum's Aisle being partly unroofed, t(large tree blwn over in the cbhurchyard. ihe chimney of a houqe blown down in Colle e-street, some chimney cans blown off, sevelal squares of glass broken in: some of the -church windows, and we regret to -adtl, a man seriously -if not darigerous'y bruised by the falling of a signboard in-Union-s...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 March 1839

By the arrival of,-.the steam frigate Rhadumanth Is.which left Scin onl the 17th ilt., we learn, tliat the English squadrorn, under the orders of Admiral Sir Robert Stoliford, had arrived"at that Bland from Vourla. .The'. squ dron -was comp.osed of twelve sail, namely-the Princess Char lotte, ItRdney, Vanguard, Asia, Bellerophonr Minden, and. Pembroke, of the line ; Bar. ham, lI'albot, and Tyne, frigates.:: Wasp and Wolvevrine, hrigs. .' he Ottoman squadron was also at anchor. at Scio, com posed of 20 sail, viz. live ships of the line, 'seven frigates, four coirvettese. two brigs, one golette, and a steamer. The Capitan Pacha and the English admiral exchanged salutes ; and it appears that the two squad rons tinited, will -make a cruise in the Ar chipelago for. a month. For the' better understanding tf the signals which must necesaarily pass between them, the Capitan Pacha has consepted to receive on board his own vessel Commander Walker,-of the Vanguard, and'for the same purpose an ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 11 March 1839

- /N returning his thanks to the Australian Public generally for the liberal Patronage and Support which they have 3- given him ifi his Business as GROCER and ITALIAN WVAREHOUSEM AN, hastens to iniform them that he has ..iade arraigemients for the commencement of an extensive 1IRONMONGERY TRADE, in addition to his other as . e ?n the Premises Aft. 74, George Street, .LATr MR. WILSON'S WELL-KNOWN SALE ROO)M.. 1p *slicitinc a share of 'the Pubtie support, J. H. would assure them, that his arrangements are so spade as.. to greet pvryv -thing like competition; the Selection of the GOODS generally was made in the heart'of thg anufac . tring disricets by Mr. J. T. WVILSON, during his stay in England; the Public have:therefore this guarantee, that nio Artcile phsuited :to the wauts of the Colony would be brought. The Shipments will be made QUARaTRLY to him, with the certainty that any improvement in Tools or Agricultural Implements he will be the first to receive, this -Correspndleuts havi...

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