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VESSELS AND PASSENGERS CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 March 1839
VESSELS AND PASSENGERS CLEARED OUT. March it.--Lurs to IIvecrpiol. Cantain Day. Pan. sengers, G. Snttor, Esq., Mrs. & Miss Suttor, Dr. Moxic, R. N. March 11.-James Moran, for Batavia, Captain Fer. gusaon. March 14.-nrlre, Captain Clark, for Tndia. Passengers, Captain Steel, Mr. Cnhlill, Mrs. & i Misses Coghili, Smith, Esq.. Mr. -cott. alnd Mr. & s\rs. GO.temay. March 13.-Portlan1., for London, CaptainColbrn. Pa-. sengers. Dr I.awrence. Mrs. Lawrence. Captain Robert. son. Messrs. Burnett, Coleman, Fitzgerald, and Mr. Fitz gerald, Junr.
NEW ZEALAND COLONIZATION COMPANY. TO BE INCORPORATED BY CHARTER, OR ACT OF PARLIAMENT. Paid-up Capital, £25,000; in 50 shares of £500 each, with the power of extending it to £500,000. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 March 1839
NEW ZEALAND COLONIZATION COMIPANY. TO RE INCORPORATED BY CHARTR, OR ACT OP PAR LIANENT. Pald-up Copial. i25,n0 r in 5s shares of £5nn each, with the power of cztending it to £50o,000. Provistonal Committee of Sbseribers.--The Right lion. Lord Petre; WVm. Hutt, Esq., M.. P. John Wright. Esq.; Joseph Somes, Esq.; B. W. Jerningham, Esq.; John Hibbert. Esq.; - Bouleott, Esq. enry Young. Esq.; Standish Matte, Esq.; James Morrison. Esq.; Captain Danlell, Edmund llalswell. Esq.; E. B. Hopper. Esq.; David Ramsay. Esq.; Dr. Evans; Dan. Riddiford Esq. Tr?tees.-Tlhho Right Hon. Lord Petre; John Wright. Esq.; Joseph Soines. Esq. Treasurer.-John Wright, Esq. oBanker..-Messrs Wright and Co., Henrietta Street, Covent Garden. Standing Counsel.-Standish Motte, Esq. Solicitors.-Messrs Few, Hiamilton, and Few. Honorary Secretary.-George Samuel Evans, Esq, D.C.L. " Colonization, to no small extent. Is effected in these Islands. The only question, therefore, is. between Coln. nizatlon, desultory. withou...
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 March 1839
SYDNEY MARKETS. Tun WnzomT r tnxrT.-The late importations have made no impression on the market; the large holders are 'keeping back in eipectation of a still greater rise. The millers havepuachased as high as 12s to 12. Ed all that has come in. A letter from a p-rsof who went. fionl Sydney to Hobart to pur. chase, says, that there is not more than eno"ugh there to supply the conslumption of that coluny; the prices for exportation average 10.; more lhas been given. 'The dem, anld for flour is bri.ker than the supply. The followintu are the prices still quoted at the mhills. The Iumour of a sup;ly front America is again afloat, bu. ithe irminess of the prices tends to prove that there is 1ao fouldation ili it. Flour-at the M.ills. ',IN: SF.COnDs tRATION 30s 29t8 2s Wheat--at tha ,fills (cLtAN.) Colonial. fr.;n Its 6d to 121 Maizs-Prices given Growers, from 9s. Retail prices, from l'tn
Legislative Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 March 1839
Legislative Council. The Council met yesterday at twelve o'eloc, pursuant to adjournment; present-the Goversr the Bishop, the Commander of the forces, th Colonial Secretary, the Collector of custom the Auditor General, Mr. Campbell, Mr. Berr,, Mr. Jones, Mr. Blailand, Mr. M*Arthur, SirJ Jamison, and Captain King. The Colonial Secretary brought up the report of the Committee appointed to take into consideration the propriety of purchasing lands in Macip;ie" Place. The repozt was read and ordered to be printed, and the written evidence, was laid on the table for the use of members. The Colonial Secretary moved the order of day for a second reading of the crown lands occupation Bill. The council resolved itself into a committee to consider the clauses. The following clauts passed, Nos. 1, 2. 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 18, 15.-The I ltll clause relating to the furnishing the Commin. sinners with rations by the Settlers, was struck sut on the motion of Captain King; the 3rd, 7th, 9tb; and 12th clau...
Sir Richard Bourke. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 March 1839
Sir Richard Bourke. The following Is the address of the Congregated Trades of Limerick to Lieutenant General Sir Richard Bourke. K.C.B, on return from iris Government, New South Wales - " it-- We, the Congregated Trades of the City of Limerick. hail with enthuaiea? your return to your native city, after performing the ofnie of Chief Governor of New South Wales., with honor to yourselt, and advantage to the Govermnent and colonia's. " We hail your arrival the more. for. in your absence., the poor man miaterlin you his Msrvistrate-the oppressed neighbnnring tenant his best friend-the widow her Ibene factor-the orphan his parent, and the humbler classes their impartial advocate in the administration of the laws. " In thus addressing you, we are the more ardent in our gratnlatinne, owing to the pride it affords us of co operating with the colonists in their approval of your con. duct, which they have te-tified by their farewell address an address that has at once crInvlrcecd us, that yo...
RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED AS THE BASIS OF THE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 March 1839
RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED AS THlE BASIS OF THlE * a COMPANY. I "a meeting held August 2g. I143, at Messrs Wrlght''s banking-house. Covent Garden, the Right HIn. Lord Petre in the chair, a statement having been made, that a iumber of gemlremen-had subscribed the sum of srwll. each. witl the intention of purchasing land in New Zealand and settling there with their families, and that they were wit. line to receive the co-operation of others remaining In England, on terms of mutual advantage, the following proposals were laid before the meeting, anti subsequently adopted as the basis ofa private Joint-stock Assoclation. I. That an Association be formed fat the purpose of buying and sellingland in the islands of New Zealand. and promoting the coolonization of those countries by British subjects. as nearly as possible on the principles sanctioned by Parhliament in South Australia. 2 That a eapital of 2S,,0L. be raised, In sharen of.?nn: each, the Association reserving to itself the powr here. a...
NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 March 1839
NEWS OL THE .DAY. OvR FItlyNeB s I ENOxLAND.-We have been put itn Io'?u?ti of two Inmnphlcts; one of them of ci,.siidcrathle hulk, anfd written with no small de gree of skill and colonial kIowh'edee, for the pur pnse of rcrontltliding this colony nr. a most suitable phlace fAr etuigrants to buttke thelmttelves. to. It sermem intended to counternct the attempts that have been, and are being. madte at home by the fAiends and retainters o South .Au-tr.dia, to divert the stream of Emigration to this colony to the Comptn)'s Territory in the South. The prejudices which they haive endeavoured to excite against New .South .Wales are imet and v.ry ably set aside by this wcite.r. WVe'hal notice the work at g?cater leIrgt.h at our enrliest t ppotunity. We may here rein Ii. however, thlt From th.ese publicationti it is evident, Ithat cwe have Irietds in En.-anId, of whom ,Ve wTere ltot a rl: tlhat otr oCO!nties enllgrlsa vast attentilno an0 oil. ntil i:lvse' or tlie eomnlunlity at homu i und th...
ENCOURAGEMENT FOR MR. ROWE, THE POUNDER OF THE TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY IN SYDNEY, WITH A HINT TO THE 'RIGHTEOUS OVER-MUCH' OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 March 1839
ENCOURAGEMENT FOR MR. ROWVE, TIIE FPOU.ND)R OF THE TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY IN SYD. RY. WITO A HlINT TO TIHE 'RIGIITEOUS.OVER- IUCII' OF THE COLONY. POPULAR Antsusnacsra.-Varlnou plans hav beern de. vlsed, and partially car, led Into effect, with the view of furntshltng the penple, during leisure hours, with enter t:ining and elevatlng amusement. Among these thetre is one, begun in Glasgow, under the superntendence uof the Total Abstinence Society of- that city, whose merits require only to be known. to be generally aplreceated and extensively adopted. Percecvinn that a great many cases of drunkenness occurred nc the Saturday evenng, and that these arose in part from the absence of some ,t tractive public resort, where amusement might be oh. tained at a cheap rate, the committee resolved to try' what could be done to supply tile deficiency. They im. mediately procured a plano-forte. engaged a number of glee and solo singers, and forthwith put te novel apuae ratus in motion in one of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 March 1839
SALES BY AUCTiO1N' Which will take place before .our nse.et pubhucatlun L-,a THIS DAY. T. W. S.?IJT-on the premises, corner of Pitt and Hun. ter-atreet., Building materials. J..T.-.VILSON--at his Rooms, at half-past 10 for II o'clocki. Drapery, Hosiery, &c. TO-MORROW. SIMMONS & CO-nt their mart, at 11 o'clock, cargo of the Sir Deaid Ogleby, from Manilla, Alchansdlse, &c. J. IBYRNES-at Mr. Watkins' Insn, Parramatta, at II o'clock, Sixty acres of Land. NEW A DV ER-TI S E MEN TS or 'IHIS DAY. Situation Wanted, In the Interior or any out Settlement, by CARPENTERt and WIIEELWRIIGHT, of long experience in the Colony. New Zealand would not be objected to.-For further lparticulars as to character, &c., apply by letter to F., at this office. March 13th, 1839. Book-keeper. ?TANTED, A BOOK-KEEPER, at the MV onitor Qflice. None need apply who is not master of Double Entry both in theory and practice, and accustomed to. despatch and long hours. Apply tb Ma II AL.,...
SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 March 1839
S[TUATION OF SHIPP'ING IN THIE FIARIOURl . OF PORT JACKON. - AB?RCROMlRI, sc?hooner, 145 'n?o. Crewnaaster, 1oitt flome & Co. agents, ..t the Qtl;tu'a Wharf, di-i(haI ' I ' ALEXANDEIR E1ENRY, h.trque. 300 tons. James, tll;trr, Iiawson, tLllt and owner, at Duke's what f 1" titin l flr South ,Sr.??, ALI.FiED, harqte, 716 rons, Flint, master, Wt lker, & Co. uaents, at their wharf, finil.ed loading, ror London. A:IIII.IE', Iark,.(whaler) 195 ton', Lee. master, Duke & Co. agents-ut Di.e'.s 'harf, tefitting fit AN')I)l\ACHE, h.rque. 468 tone, New master, Walker & I o..a'enrs-in Corr Inaline fi;r Londoi. AV( )N, haqoult 204 tone, Cole tnaiter atn agent-at t'inttm '. What f. rrtittinj for S?outh Se.t+s. BEe \GLE. (H. M. .l1 lOin*, \VWirkihan,. E'q., coin In.-lldrt, Government agent, in Farm Core iefre.h BOR()TRON, French .hip, 350 tons, Ponce'master, In rina,, refreshing,. i3lITHH rI\', shin.(.637 tons, Patin master Gilchrl-r & Co. agentd, In Core, re...
MANIFEST OF THE DUCHESS OF KENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 March 1839
MANIFEST OF THE DUCHESS OF KENT. I case, F. G,. Steel-I- eases, A. Osborne-I case, J. Hoeking-4 casks and cast.iron goods, John Gllchrist-6 hhds. order--n bales, Lamb & Parbury-13 racknges, Mr Eld'ltlge-7 packages, C. B. Sexton--5 cases, Mr R. Dacre -2 I cases, Brawn & Co-- cases. J. Curties-3:17 bars 10 bundles iron. Thomasllnrdekin-2 cases, John Hopkins 2 iagsca 2 casks I. bg, Captain, Ne(vhy-- cases 6 casks I box, entered above-1 hhd I bale, Thomas Smith-1 ba!e 6 cass,rder-se. ord case, order-:1 cases. .W. Evans--6 boxes I cask I box 2 eases, 1ev J. ?lKenny--2 cases. order- bales I cask 3 bales I bale, .C. F. Warte--g cases 4 bales g casks . hales 15 cases I trunk 0 bales I case I bale 6 cases Melvill & Andrews-i case, J. Curtis-1 case, John Cohen & Co-- cases 2 cases, W. Dawes-t bate 2 cases, J. Rickards, Jun-l case. G. DOke-150 hhdi 1a 1casks a5 hhds 1, qr.casks 4 uhhds 2 quarter-casks 23 pipes It hhds 4 tierces 4 cas's II hilds II bales I case 9...
FOR SALE, FREIGHT, OR CHARTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 March 1839
F?R BALE, FREIGHT, Or CITAR?TFR. Hlebe, brig, for freight or charter, Lnmb & Co., agents. Polesntee, for freight or charter. Gilehrist& Co., ngents Burdaeter. ship, for sale, freight,. or charter-Hughes & linsking agents Planter, for freight or charter-Witllh and Co., agents Gilmore, for freighteor charter-T. Gare & Co.. agents. The Rloynl, Gorge hab hauled to Campbell and CIn's. Wit lrf to discharge. The whaling harq'le Harrielt lii.s gone on the Patent Slip, after which, she will take in prori alnen. &c." 'The Indus has hauled into the stream for sea 'his day. Mr. S. Lynne has hrenone thq puhrehaoer of the hrle Louisa, and inteotnd to keep her in the Port Phillip Trade. She in now loading in D·arling H.lr bollr. Thb Coolumlaon has nearly complited her Inodinl for Liverpool, and will be sooon ready for sea, having bent her ,ail' . The brig 'Itlllan has nearly completed dis cha:ruing. "" The Henry has nearly finishedl diechareing, after which,...
Nearly Finished Loading. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 March 1839
Vearly Fini.hed Loading. ('oa'.nor P',itllp, for Norflk Island. (overnment agent. n rgl r', for Lunlool, Gllchriat & Co., agents, 20th Instant. Lotus, for London,-Gore& Co., agents, 17th Instant Olesterole, for London-Monteltore &e Co., agents, 20th lnstnnt. Surean?n , for London-A. B. Spark & W. Carter, agents Perueuerancec. for l.iverpnol-Bar-ster, agent. Colus at:n. or Li.hertponl-Asptnall & Co., agents. Bee, fot?New Zealand-Peterson, agent.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 March 1839
Advertisements sent to lids qOice, must speeify on. tle face of tlhem, the number of times they are to be advertised; otherwise, they will be continulted£ atnd chtarge nlil 'oullt~'r anendced. •Steam' Eeurrsiom in? honour of St. Patrick's Daiy. T HE Steam' Packet Australia, Captain J. Morris, will start from the CoarMaRctAL Wsnarn, on MONDAY, the LOth instant, at Half-past Ten in the Morning precisely, on an Excursion amongst the beautiful Bays and Harbours with which this Port abounds. Captain M. bega to solicn the favour of the Company of his numerous Friends. in Sydney on this occasion, and promises that every arrangement conducive to the comfort and, amusement of his visitors-shall be made. A splendid-Rand is already engaged, and&Refreshments of first-rate quality will be'provided. Tickets for the Excursion 7s. Gd each. Sydney. 9th March, 1839. For London Direct. 7TJ H E First class. Barqne /; Henry, 251 tons, 11. J. Dunney, Master, having the greater part of her Cargo e...
SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 15, 1839. Nothing [?]tenuate, nor ought set down in malice. SHAKESPEARE. The First Police Magistrate and Settler Staggs. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 March 1839
SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH. 15, 1839. Nothing extenuate, nor ought set down in malice SHAKESPEARE &nbsp; The First Police Magistrate and Settler Staggs. Colonel Wilson has written a long letter to the Editor of the Sydney Herald, of which the follow ing is a copy. TO The Editor of the Sydney Herald. Sir,—I observed a paragraph in your paper of this day, giving your opinion that I ought to give some explanation of the circumstances mentioned in a late number of the Gazette, respecting some ill treatment on my part to a person from whom I had purchased hay. Although an op- -ponent of the party under whose nomination I have the honor to hold my office in this country, I think, as an ob- server of my conduct for six or seven years, you can hardly be one of those that require explanation, at my hands on such a subject. You must be aware, that if I am to answer one-fourth part of the nonsense that appears in the shape of attack upon me, in...
THURSDAY, 14TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 March 1839
TIIURS cv, 14THl MARCH. Mary Shannon, lasigned th Mr. iHuntt, cahinrt. m;tker of Jl.mieson-street, w;as charged, by her nmasttr with abseoting herself without leave, from Mlonday alteino?n to Tuesday morning. She ad. ntirtted that shite Id a-ked leate, and beine lefn-ed she went a.-ny, seeing tile other servants go tout .'entencedi to he worked and confined in the 3rd Clas- of the Factory for 1 motat.h .ihd returned to goVern eit'n t. Phomhe Cox aliot Sml:h, assigned to her hus?and, redding in Kent-.treet, was charged with stealing a plated tea-pot and cruet-stand, from the stores of John Lord and Co., yesterday afternoon. .Mr. Sage, in the service of the firm, requested Summers, (the stolekeeper,) to Leta chair-woman to wa-h out a house that, had been recently vacated. Summers recommended the prisoner who went to Messra. Lord and Co. yesterday afternoon between three and four o'clock. Mr. sage was in the store when she came. She brought nothing with her. Sh!ortly afterwards Mr. Sag...
Police News. WEDNESDAY, 13TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 March 1839
Police News. WDNEWZDAY, I TR MAncHr. Charles Brennan, a free.hired servant, in the ser vice of bir West, under a verbal agreement since the 24th of Febsuaty for two months, at the Wages of ten shilling, a week and board and lodging, was charged by his master with ab conding on the .26tl of the same month, and being found guilty, was sentenced to be confined and worked in the Carters' Barracks fir fourteen days. James Watlsh, assigned to a Mr. Dillon, being found guilty of asautlting a constable in the per frlmance of his duty, and assisting a disorderly mob in Ieating a mon, (to the benchl unknown) was sen Ienced to be worked in such ironed-gang as the Go veronr might be plealrd to appoint uor six calendar Jmonlth. It was intimated to the mun that his sentence would have bheen made heavier, only that he appeanrd to be in ill-health and oged; and as it appeurtd tihat the vinlent conduct of the prisuner had Ieensanictitlled by tiii mnaster, the prisolner was ordered to be ieturned to ...