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

For the Bay of Islands and New Zealand. Tj-- HE fine fst-ailingscbononr CURRENCY LASS," Owen Davis Commander, will sail immediately, having most of her cargo en gaged. For Freight or Passage, apply to Captain Milne, Prince-street; or, Captain Davis, on board, at the Queen's Wharf. October 16, 1838. FOR PORT PHILLIP & SOUTH AUSTRALIA T HIE Fine First-class bark It EGI A," Johnstone, Master, has room for a few tons more freight, early application is necessary. For Freight or Passage, apply to ISAAC SIMMONS; or, the Captain on board, lying at Moore's Wharf. SALES BY AUCTION. Superior Port and Sherry. Wine, and Pork. TO BE t LD) BY AUCTION, BY W. HEBBLEWHITE, TIlIH DAY, Monday, 22nd instant, et his Rooms, Lower George.st., at 11 o'Clock precisely r glI1lR1'Y Cases very superior PORT WINE, in three dozen Packages 5ti Cases ditto ditto 20 Ditto ditto Brown Sherry 10 Ditto Pale Dry dlitt(5 li Ditto Gold Color ditto 20 Ocravesvery sul-eriur ditto 2t Ct-ks ditto ditto Pork Terms-Purc...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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Law Intelligence. SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 October 1838

Law Intelligence. SUPREME COURT-CIVIL SIDE. TUESDAY.-Before Mr. Justice Burton and a special jury. Bland v. Terry and others.-This was an action brought by Mr. Surgeon Bland, against the Execu. tors to the will of the late Mr. Samuel Terry, to recover for medical attendance on Mr. Terry during a series of years. The damages were laid at, £3000,   and the defendant pleaded the general issue. Mr. Windeyer opened the pleadings. The Attorney-Geueral addressed the jury. The   plaintiff in this case was a Surgeon of eminence, who was not only known to the jury. but abroad as well as at home, and needed no, eulogium at his hands, being a gentleman of acknowledged talent and very successful in his practice, which was as extensive as it was respectable. The defendants were the Executors to Mr. Samuel Terry, deceased, the most wealthy individual in these Colonies, and the amount sought: to be recovered was, for a long and unremitting attendance on him from the month ...

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

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, Wednesday, October 17, 1838. r cowwzurWE. k1 PROCLAMATION. & By His Excellency Sir George Gippn , lnIght, Cap. 11 taIn General and Governor-in Chief of the Terrn- pr tor y oil New South Wales and its Dependencies, N and Vice Admiral of the same, &c. &c. .&c. T ,JHE*kFAS, In consideration of the very serions V1 calamuity with which this colony is threatened in .consequence of the unusual and long continued drought, it is proper that opportunity should be af- C f..rdled to the in iabitants of publicly supplicating Alnmight .God to obtain, through His divine mercy, a senmoval or .mitigation of this calami.y:-Now 1, - the Governor, do hereby direct that Friday, the 2nd day of November next, be observed as a day of geopral'fast and humiliation throughout the Terrl- Ii Cory of New South Wales, and that for a becoming celebration of the same, the Clergy of the different persuasions lie invited to appoint the performance 4 o~f Divine Worsh...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 October 1838

EXPORTS. OIL Sperm Whale, per ton . .O' n 0 Black .., ... .. " So " 'o -+ PzL.A-per ton, New Zealan., rough . .. la o 0 S .. r . . o * *00 .pe Gum, perload .. Ce?ar, per foot.. . . .. 0 0 , suxnnamsR- _ _e. freenalls, 'per thnusand.. .;, 0 * Hides: salted. pr lb. o 0 0 Beef (Colonlal)., . ". 0 - Pork (ditto) .. . 0 0 7 Flour, per lo Ib .;: .: .. 0 18 0 SRsp.-perlb (Colonial).. --,.. 0 4 Candles .. .. . . . 0 0 8 Wliest- . .. .. ... . O .0 Maize .... .. .. 0 S. SPork h?a.?dvanced Ins. tier barrel, and a f?rtber rI daily anticipated--holders are Afrm-little di5P'+-. eell at our present quotatiuq, i

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Sydney Wholesale Price Current. October 24, 1838. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 October 1838

Sydney W' holesale Price Curreat,. October 24. 1838. IMPO RTS. SP1aTs-(in bond) p gallon .. .. . . d. ,a. d. Rum, proof, to so O.P. .. 0 4 6 0 6 Brandy.... ......... 0 86 1 s Gin, pale . .. .. .. 0 4 6 4 0 4 8 TonAcco Negrohead, per lb .. .... 0 2 0 0 0. Cavendish " ...... 0 1 8 0 1a10 Mauritius, fine, per ton .28 0 0 Brown ,, ... ... . 2 0 0 0 00 Java ............. .22 0 30.00, . Racded, per lb .... .. 0.. .. 0 ,1 Corrx. . .. .. .. .. .. . 8 0 TaA-; 0 Souchong, per chest . .... 3 0 a Hyson-skin ,, .... .. .. 4 1 . 0 Hyson, per box ... .. .. 2 2 0 East India, Patna, perbag .. 10 a0 0 !.. Java .. . ... 1 0 ICPepper, per lb .. .. . :: 0 ' Cloves ,.. .. .. '.. .. 03 0 S RAIsINs Cape ,, -.. .. .. .4 0 Smyrna .. .. . .. ... 0 4 WINxS-(in wood).. Sherry, perpe.. 25 0 0s 60, Madeira , .. .. ... 25 0 0 45 i4' Tenerifb . .... .. ...1 '0 0 SO," Port ,, .. .. . ..' ao' o 60 Capn bottle)..- ........ 10 0 0 (In bottle) Champagne, per dozen . .. 0 5 Claret .. .... .. .. 0- 0 Madeira 1 0 . 0 1:: S...

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SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON. Weekly-Report, to Wednesday Oct. 24th, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 October 1838

SITIUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON. lf'eeklh*Report, to IVednesday Oct. 24th,-g183, ARGO, hri.--Billing, master-Datwe, aget 'a Mlloare's Wharf, discharging BEE, brig. Hunter mnaster, D. Egan. agtet;it Queen's Wharf, loading for Nofitlk Island;i ~' IHEAGLE, H. MI II., Captain Wickhatu, Campbell . & Co. agents-in Conve refitting. lilt )M LEYS, brig-Knox, tnaster-Gilchrist, agest disha.tiine, Camp" ell's Wgharf CAPE PACKET, bark (whaler)-Dixnn, niastr.. P. de Mestre, agent-in Cove, tettitin, . CA LCU I'TA, ship-llrown master--iu stream,had, ing Governnment stoes. CAMDEN, brig, Morgan master, Campbell &Co, agents-east side of cove, for sea. CAEIRNAlIVt)N, bark, Irving ma-ter, at Moorac WWharf, di-charging CORO.IANI)EL, ship, Neal. master, Walker&tkCo. agen's-off their wharf, refittiag. CU titENCY LASS, chlsooner-Davis, master-in Cove, for -ea. DE-PATCIH. hark. Wood, master, In Covre' di. chareina into I.etitit. DRYADE, ship, Heard master. P W F...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 October 1838

DEPARTURES. On Monday, H. M. S. Conway, for South Aus tralia; MAug~ne, for New Zealand. Yesterday, the Regia, for Port Essington.

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War with Persia. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 October 1838

War with Persia. PeRsIA.-We are sorry to say, that the course of events in Persia has called for'an armed interference on the part of tlre Go vernment of this Presidency. It is not known precisely, as secresy is the order of the day, what particular cause there is for the extraordinary preparations that are now in progress in the [ndian Navy. Something serious it must have been, otherwise so niany vessels would not have been ordered to proceed in the direction of the Gailph Some say, that Vr. M'Ncil has been ordered to quit the Persian Court, or has quitted it of his own accord. in consequence of certain proceedings derogatory to British interests, and inconsistent with a due iegaid to Bri tish honor. it is reported, that an order has been received at Busihre, by Captain Hen nel, froum Mr. M'Neil, for the former to leave that place and put himself under the protectiion of the British fl ig in the Per sian Gulph at its head quarters Bassadore. .From this it would appear, that our rel...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 October 1838

cF1,1ppinIII *utelhg~nue. ARRIVAL.. STo ahipa'in sight Imat evening at sun-set, a long :distance to the southward, as signalised froma South Head. _

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CRIMPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 October 1838

CRIMPING. (From a:; .'orrespondent.) The attention of the public has often been called to the inefficienac of the Merchant Seaman's Act; anid the losses to which ship-owners, agents, and masters are put, in consequence; but the Colonial Press has never yet pointed out the main cause of the failure of the enactment. It may be summed up in one word, namely Crimping. This system it, the Mother Country, is a trade; but tile only party there who can be injused by it, too frequentlv become tile dupes of the designing, although per fectly aware of the snare into wich they are falling. In this Colony the case is different, and the trade is carried on by persons whom a Bench of Petty Ses sions have thought sufficiently respectable to hold a public-house license. The general system, or what is called all fair and abJve board, is, for the crimp to shelter every runaway seaman who comes to his house, and upon the departure of any vessel wanting hands (which with much truth may be said to be alw...

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Legislative Council. TUESDAY, 23RD OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 October 1838

L.?egislative Council. TUESDAY, 23RD OCTOBER. On fhe meeting of tile Council, pursuant to ad j ,urnmenr, His Excelleney the Governor remarked, that it cmust he in the rec;,lec ion of the nembhers, that the C ,lncil h;,d been adjitir:ned to that day in c,,nst?quence of a recresentation which lhe Is d re ceived front one of the JuAdges on the nijlhtprevi. cls to the last day of lleetinL, mtn the sulject of the Crown Lands ()ccupation.Bill. That representation had, however, Ileen withlldawn. It would, therefoire, he unnecessary tio meddle irhll the Act. He should, in consequen t, huve at once dlmi-sedlthe Ielucllert, hut for a uteasure which he hid thought it right to Introduce on ircount of the great dr.mght with which the colony was atflicted. The metasure was 'o fiacilitate the importation of fioreilcn ct iI and grain for a,.certain terI,, flee of whllalrface, dile. He also found, that in tlhe, ear 1829, a ' overn?lltlcnt notice ,ad been is-tned, anthlorising the subhtirtoicn in the...

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TUESDAY, 23RD OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 October 1838

'TrT.GpDA& 23aD*OCTOKRP. { Patriok \1'Call, a cnnstable in the Sydney Police, No.i8, ufthe 1B di.isi.in,: wdi charged with ile fol lowingrnhbemy. Serjeiant Bachelor stated, that the prlsonerlg'idged in his hou-e: On Sunday, he saw n cut ham with Ml'Call, and asked him whence he ob tained it? He . replied, that le foutnd it near the Queen's Wharf. Batchelor Informed Mr. Itawman, tie superintendent, of the circumstance, who oidered M'Call to be confined, and he wes locked up in the watch-house accordingly. Mrs. Bachelor, wife of tlid abvor witness. deposed, that .1'Call came home .about half-past ,ix o'clock on Sunday morning, with the ham cut a- it now appeared, and said that he had found it near the Queen's Whart. Mrs. Mloore. the landlady of the "Jack's Delight," opposite the Queen's Wharf, deposed, that she had ia farm at Middle Harbour, and had given in charge to a party to convey to it, a quantity.of baicon and hams, which accordingly had been placed in a boat. 'The mnan...

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MONDAY OCTOBER 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 October 1838

T loNXAT Ocrunma 22.. Mary Folk, was charged" with having purloined a handkerchief from the house of Mr. Brenuan, of .Geosge-street, Cooper,. Commnitted for triall. Michael Murphy, who is already on bail to take his trial. at the Quarter Sessions, for stabbing his wife above the left eye with a knife, was charged with tIe follosving asanult. A constaible deposed, that on Sunday. afternoon, hearing the cry of murder in Broughnm Place, he went towards the spot, when the neighbours came running to him and requested thiat he would interfere, for that Mur phy was again murdering his wife. Upon going to the spot whence the cries proceeded. he found Murphy heating'his better half. He called upon him to, desist, when Murphy directed a chiid to bring him his gun, and upon the child advancing towards him ivith the piece, the constable thought it hgh time to'stand upon ,the'defensive. and therefqre. collared Murphy; who however threw him down, and his dogs coming.up worried the constable as lh...

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 October 1838

SATURDAY, OcToBnCR 20. Pvrcn AMWD ITs EFrECTs.-Kate PuncA -v. iyrs. Doolon.-The plaintiff. whose name is Catherine L'unclh (not the lady.with the indigo countenance, who walks about the town of Sydney. and declares herself to be one of the ladies of the soil); but a rosy-checked damsel. stated, that she was the wife of Peter Puneh, and that the little bantling she hold in her arms was Master ffohn Pun h, aged six months and four days. The charge she brought was delivered in a fine thick brogue, and proved her to be from " the first flower of the earth, and first gemn of the sea." It was to the following effect.:-A d ty or two previously, her wicked rogue of a hus baId, Peter Punch, at the hour of noon, taking a plate off the table in the kitchen, insinivated, that he intended purchasing, by way of a treat, somne pork chops for the mid-day meal, and for this pur Isce lie departed. Two weary hours passed over the head of 'the patient Mrs. Punch, but neither the pork chops, 'tomata sau...

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Monthly Review of the Worsted Trade, for June. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 October 1838

MIonthly Review of the Worsted Trade, for June. We feel much pleasure in being able to meet our readers this month with some degree of satisfaction. Not that general transactions during May have been on an extensive scale, but that they have been I caused by a legitimate demand-nob that 1 any movement has occurred to render the business which has been clone particularly I profitable, but that it has been done in a s manner which seldom occasions regret for r the past, or fear as to the future ; not - by any means that'we have before us those [ flattering prospects which might again - induce a speculative feeling, but that with an improved degree of firmness, a cautions and steady policy appears likely to be r pursued. These we think fair grounds r for satisfaction, so far at least as:a health.y t but moderate revival is preferable to that unnatural excitement, which brings in its train a proportionate depression. As we showed would be the case in our 1Ionthly Review for March last, ...

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Police News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 October 1838

Police News. On FTiday, John, a Mussulman, one ?f tih.. Caluslhe that left the. Lady Hayes, andl how in tihe employ of i gentleman named .HJalkner, residing at Newtown, was. fully committed to take hi[ trial for stealing from the hut of one of Mr. Lord's Indian Coolies, named Goonga,.a shirt and trowsers, the propertyof MAr. Lord.; and-upon a secondclharge, oftstealing from atiother Coolie named Mummurra, - pair of shoes. Both tIee Coolies in giving evi dencvappeared of rather low intellect, it being d flicult to make them comprehend the simlilest questionlseven'through an interpreter. Their heads would be a good study for'our colonial plrenolo. gists.

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NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 October 1838

NEWS OF TH E, ·DDAv. * te~.rPr TiugtCoimb'C tnd' Wat1kin', "cndch 'pin ;ericl.,r. ,'lt· l lihiuj.(id·H licene at theipnlire afflN t',s,-ntiv rvIicl*r, hblllt for lhrnm npnn tthe ()rniibflu pitacipIe by Mr. Weave!r,: the coach wannhIclnre ri nI Castlekrtni'b-.'ib'.: It iv Hmed the : Ge : h re hd,. it it liitt and Iiandh'.tmi t vceiclc, wvith a sntfcikutly raei-il.rnoo tu' preuvnt hats or bonnerts bring brastkn by Iniidur pdatengere. It isinlended to rau between Sydney and C~auajiciI T-hwn. "nBsuRaNxuaGs.- Three bushrangers,-mounted and armed, paid a visit ,to. Mr. Curlewis last week at Ravenswood, which is.a farm situate betweeli'in verary and 'Lake Bathurst. ~ir. Curlewiswdsfrom home. 'tvhey were exceedingly polite to Mrs. C. and..two 'other ladies, whom they found iit home. None of the servants were about the farm, and the bushrangers came in and went away without seeing a single-man on yhe farm. They begged permirssion to borrow a few of Mr. Curlewis's clothes and shirts, they bei...

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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1838. Nothing extenuate, nor aught set down in malice.—SHAKESPEARE. For certain important articles in today's number, see Supplement. Circular. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 October 1838

YODNEY MONITOR S COMMERCIAL- ADVERTISER WEDNESDAY MOtRNING, OC'rOHEiE 24, 1878. .Xol~hkg etltnuate, nor aughlt st down in malice.-Srurag. SPEnAaJ. For certain important articles in to d*ay 's number., see Supplement. Circular. A Circular has been addressed -by the Colinial - Secretary to the Merehtint of Sydney, with aview of nscer·itainingif any measures have been adopted 1,y the Mrcrantile iiteres.t ftir the importation of "whent. 'We understand, should the result of this enquiry fail to convince Government that the Cuo) ony is secure finom the evils of saetrcity, that the E"ixecutive will" forthwith take up some vessels for the purpose of importintg wheat from Bengal. This step has been urged on the attention of Govern ment by some of our largest landholders. aVe are very glad they have acted so pludently.

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Lamb's Wool. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 October 1838

Lamb's Wool. Tnt perusal of an articlein 'the "Farmei's Ma gazine, "' on the improvement of British Wool," has suggested the.possibility of our saying something that may'be of service to those of our flockunasters who shear their lambs. 'IlTe wool of a lamb is.much more unequal than that of the full grown animal : indeed, the fleece is fairly su'ceptible of being divided into wool and hair. 'T?he wool, however. which.is of great fineness, occupies by far the greater portion of the surface, whilst the hair is confined to the hocks and shanks, and, in point of weight is inconsiderable. Yet it is .u'ual to shear the whole, and to intermix the various .qualities in one bale, to the damage of the nmanu ficture, and, it is needless to say. as this fact is dul3 allowed .for in the rurchase, to the loss of the grower. It must be evident, that once intermingled, the wool and hair can never after he completely separated ; for lamb's wool, owing, we pr.'ume, to an imperfect devololnient of ser...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 October 1838

D I ARY MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING'WEEK. '4 1 High Water, 11 11 A. Mi.- 11 27r. tM. 25 1 High \Vater, 11 45-A. tI.- 0 O0 P. M. .26 I Hit.i Water, 0 10 A. 5I.- 40 i6 r. Sa. Al'nn--First Qll;utr-41m. p;ast 7 A. i,. 27 I High Water, 1 6 A." m.- 1 33 P. 5t. 28 I High Water, 2 0 A. I5.- 2 2 rp. -t. 29 I High Water, 2 59 A. wt.- 3 32 p. n. 301 High Water, 4 5 A. 51.- 4 36 p. :t. Sul rises, 23m. past 5.- Seti 37m. past 6.

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