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Supreme Court. CIVIL SIDE. THURSDAY, MARCH 14TH. Before Sir James Dowling and a Special Jury. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 March 1839
Supreme Court. CIVIL SIDE. THURsDAY, MAnCH'14 T . Before Sir James Dowling, and a Special Jury,. .Major Lockeyer, (foreman); E. Lockeyer, Capt. lMoalit, F. Mitchell, Robert Crawford, Blrrao, Fotheringhan, Gore," Howe, Hume, Johnson, Esquires, and Colonel M'Kenzie. Ryan vWNilson.-Mr. Ryan is Chief Clerk in the oflice of Suplerintendant ofConvicts; ColoplelWiLoen is First Police alingtstrate. Mr. Raynmond openedthe case. This was all ection to recover damages forla a-,nult. 'I'here Wire two couant~ In the deelarn. ti;te. the fi-st.clarrging the defindant with strikinKg puliliig and dragging the plailntif', and thesecond with a comis mon ssnault. Mr. A'leckett addre~d the Jury; lhe went into the case at-length, and said that hisclient was fully entitled to the amount-of damnages claimed, nanlely, £500. Captain McLean was the first witness called. Captain MlacLean, ('thief Superintendent of Con. victs, examined :-I know the plaintiffi; heis Chief Clerk in my office ; itis his duty on ti...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 March 1839
E.deqi ve Sale fDrapery,. AHusiery. - t dSdriqhery; Lace, Mercery, Slopy, jc. 4e. -- - - 1. L WILSON SAS to announce to DRAPERS, HOSTERIS, HABERDASUERS, SLOPSELLERS and OTHERS, 'that lie will Sell by Auction at his - extenalve: Rooms : No. 24$,.Geiorge'.atreet, on "THTS DAY, FRIDAY, 15th.March, at half at:'Teni·fTor Elevei o'Cldoli precisely, anad -without the least rebsrve.. 20.,Cases . of the above Goods comprising -sid every'Articlein the Trade; and 15 consisting of Mlack anid.Sulerfne Cloths -Blue ditto 'ditto DahbleaBottlde, nlsible Rfle" Green BlaclkKerseynieres and Kerseys "Drab -ditto -ditto --ancy -ditto ditto TlMore~sia,- Valenicia, Fancy Brassdls, Gh.et, and -other Waistocatings ' Beaverteens and Moleskin 'Dilf ini'Russia Dupk .Plain and l'ancy Velveti S?_ch roa. de Naples '.Itto ditto de Paris Sitt'o 'Watered- Du"cape ''ittb :Figured ditto 'ish Poplins, really tastefi lly"&'"sploii dly wrought "Embossed Satins "-Rich Plain ditto DDitto Figured ditto "Crimp Satin ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 March 1839
MARRIAGE. On Thursday, September 27, at St. James's Church, Clerkenwell. London, by the Rev, Francis Dollman. M. A., Mr. T. Roberts, Junt. of Nottingham, to Esther Eliza, eldest daughter of Mr. T. Watson, Claremont Square, Pen- tonville, and Milk-street, London. BIRTH At Vanderville, on the 11th instant, Mrs Wild of a son. DEATHS. At 35, Howe'street Edinburgh, on the 12th Oct, Mr. Arthur Oliphant Anstey, aged 19 years, third son of the Hon. Thomas Anstey, of Anstey Barton, Van Dieman's Land, mtember of the Legislative Council of that Island. In Cumberland-street, on Mondaythe 4th instant, Mrs Amelia Walter-aged 32 years.
The Drought. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 March 1839
The Drought. The drought still continues, and the Colonists have be- fore them every prospect of a famine or something very closely approximating to it. From all parts of the country we have the same disheartening accounts. In most places the crops have entirely failed : in some few, about half a crop has been realized. In all quarters the sides of the road are said to be literally strewed with the carcasses of bullocks, which have perished for want of sustenance. Under such circumstances it is, we think, worthy the serious consideration of the Government,whether another day of fasting should not be set apart, to allow the people additional opportunity to humiliate themselves before the Lord in acknowledgement of our sins, and to pray, that the curse which threatens to overwhelm the land may be averted. —Sydney Gazette. Every thing we hear agrees with our contempo- rary's description; the maize crop has produced a miserable average. Another contemporary says, we have a stock of whea...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 March 1839
James Small was charged on Tuesday morning with being on the premises of Mr. Campbell. of Pitt.-street, for an ut5awful purpose. The prisoner stated, that he was a free man, and was waiting for a Mr. White.. Two 9f Mr.-Campbell's servants deposed, that they were passing through Mr. Camp. hell's yard and saw the prisoner in the butler's room ; the door was loocked, and the prisoner must have entered by the window; on entering the room tire butler found his own coat rolled up ready to be taken away: there was another man ohtside who escaped. The prisoner was sentenced to be .im prisoned for 6 months and kept at hard labour in C(arters.' Dtnraclts. Mr. Mitchell, the Chief Con :table. having some suspicion that the prisoner was a runawav. directed him to be taken to Hyde Park Rarracls to be examined. It was then discovered that he was a Convict, and had been reported some months as being illegally Et large. Mr. Mitchell ordered hinm to be confined in one of the cells, and brought up on ...
Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 March 1839
Impoundings Impounded at the Old Pound. Bnng Bong, on Ml1arch 9, 18?9-One dark red Bull, branded on the rump on the off side ID, on the thigh I wvith C under, the said Bull has a little white under its belly, c. ck. horned, and is about four years old. If not re leased within twenty-one days from date, will be .odtd to defray expenrsr agreeable to Act of Council WVillinna Jones, Poulndieper. Bong Bung, Matuch 9, 1819 Postage Sd . [0s. Impounded at *Stonequarly Creek, ont March 11, 1839, the following Cattle, viz -One red iullock, bh east, belly, tail white, star on the face, piece out of both ears. branded on the off hip 1MP. One red heIifer, back, belly, tail white, face speckled, branded on the off'hip MP, an the ribs NI P. If the above Cattle ate not released and expenses paid, they will be sold at the Pound on 16 h April. agree ably to Act of Council. Arthur Walker. Pound keeper. Stonequarry Creek, Marcl 11, 18319. [91 9d. Impounded at Wilberforce, March 9, 1889-One yellow aid w...
Imports FOR THE YEAR ENDING 5TH JANUARY, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 March 1839
Imports FOIl THE YEAHI ENDING 5Th JANUARY, 1839. Alrcrultural Ilplernents. 482 packages...... £1227 Arruiwlou and Hsag), 705294 I,.............. 218. Apipnel and Slops, 3139 package.s....... . 136(i82 BarillA, 5 ton-............................ . Bark, allinosa, 90 to(ns.. .... ..........8i2 Barley, oats and p'as, 5507b busels..........22 Beer and ale, 475830 gallons................585117 Billiard table. 1 .........................160 Blacking, 225 casks........ 1089 1Blankets and oulnterlpnes, 28993 parcls .. ..16127 iricks and rotten stones, 1700.. ...... .... 11 Butter and cheese. 123x21 lbs.. ............ 7928 CLantlel', 541592 lh?s........................ 337:1 Candlewick, 61.10 hs ..... . .. ... 425 lnarpetine, 2:3(00 yatd' ................ ..... 4152 Canras dt ba;gging, 5,58226 yard ............270,19 Carriages, 193.......... .............. 18199 C;ttle, horned, 28 ....................... i... 3I - Cards, 8 c.'es............. .............. 212 Casks and stlreca. 2055 tos, 45...
EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 9th to the 16th instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 March 1839
EX1'UItl 1. Vessels ceared from the 9t1 to the 16th instant, inclusive. 1 March 9- - ARIANNE, 286 ton-, Hayle, nmaster for Hobart Town; 5 pu:lcheons 56 hIogs heads 16 quarter casks 5 barrels rumn. 11G oil casks, 53 shooks, 69 hides, 10 tons cols, 1083 bags sugar, 1 case I parcel wheat cakes. March 9-SUCCESS, 82 tons, Bainbridge. siaster, for New Zealand, via Post Phillip ; 16 muskets, 18 tomahawks, 21 spades, 84 axes, 2'4 iron pots, crosscut saws, 21 files, 10 quarter tasks gun powder. Matdclh ll-LAURA, 329 tons, Day, master, for Liverpool, 919 bales wool, 2.900 treenails. Masch 11-JAMES MOILAN, 600 tons, Fer gu.on, master, for Batavia, in ballast. March 1i-POt'I'LAN I), 511 tons, Coulro, master, for London; 1,688 bales wool, 1,676 hides. I cask preserved fruit, I case silk piece goods. March 14-INDUS, 422 tons, Clark, master, for ltdia via. IIohst Town in ballast. March 16-ALFRIED, 716 tons. Flint, master, for London,2,232 bales wool. IC,000 ox horns tand tips, 1 cask seal skins, 1...
SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 18, 1839. Nothing extenuate, nor ought set down in malice. SHAKESPEARE. The Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 March 1839
SYDNEY MONITOR E COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER MONDAY MORNING. MARCH Is8 1839. NolhinFg extenu7te, nor ought set down in ,alike. SuHA SRnARE. The Theatre. (From a Correspondent.) Theatrical munangers from the earliest infancy of the stage, haie often been charged "with favouritism with respect to performsers, ,and with making the in terests of the proprietor and of the per formers, give way to their. own private views. When Mr. Lazar was appointed to the manngement of the Victoria. we were aware of the great drawback on his efficiency arising from his being an unedncated msn; but as it was understood that he had, by. being engaged behind the scenes hr some subordinate cnpacity in a. London' Tiedrire, a quired a knowledge of stage business, and that it was not intended ,by Mr. Wyatt that Mr Lazar ohotuld continue to act, we hoped, that he might make a tolerable mannager. It would'd have been of great service to Mr. Lazar's literary, deficiencies, if his assistant (Mr. Sirnes) had been better...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 March 1839
Packages British goods, . M. Kenny cases books. G. . Evans; I bale 6 cases haberdashery, W. H. Tyres 60 cases 17 hales, I trunk fureign goods, Mbelville & Andrews; II b.les slops, 1 cask wheat I tale cottons, C. F. "Ware; I case, J. Cohen & Co; 8 oases ginghams,. cases toy mirrors. W. Dawes; I bale 2 cases umanusactlres, J. Rick "rds, I case copper, G. Duke; 2 bottles quick silver, I case mills, I bundle pans, S bundles shovels, 24 iron pots, 6 bales 7 cans British goods, J. Terry; 4 bags ginger. 5 cases flint glass, 1 Stan hope, 10 cases 10 casks 1 jar British goods. P. M. Ins'king; 150 hogshbeads porter, 4 tierces tobacco, 42 tons:4 hogsheads salt, 50 puncheons 80 hogs. heads 20 barrels rum, 25 hogsheads brandy. Sloigs. heads gin, IS hogbeads ..6 quarter casks 33 pipes 74 cases wine, 10 hogsheads sugar, 276 barrels bottled beer, 10 bolts canvas. 50 barrels pork, 30 bales I case - , Hughes & -lo.iking; 120 deal-, 50 canes cheese. 2 casks hams, 7 cases Britis...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 March 1839
SA ':PAcTicALC.o.vcLuibon: - Mr.Chick, an excellent artisan sent out by the Lon dol. -Missionary Socity, ..in .'LS21. ;:Was the first .European :sniLth who settled,,it. the interior of Madagascar; And to- him the natives of Ankoya especially: irea intlebted for th.ir iinmprovement .i the art - of workiii: in ir.in He reached, the capi tal in _1829, and fixed .his reside'e .at" Anparibo, where lie erected lais shop, and litted it up in, the European style, ifs far as circumsnaiices iwoulu admit. Mr..Chlick was himself a powerful Cian , and the tools, the bellows, the anvil, and the large sledge-hlam:ner which. he used, filled the natives with the greatest, astonishment. 'I'he. report of his great strength. soort reached thie aihlace . arid shortly lifter lie began. his'work the. king with a number .to his olieccrs, paid him a.visit. Mr.' Chiitk's boys were at ioirk it on anvil of s rnihildliig" size. A spare one, of considerable weight,~ was stintliubg on.the floor in anothdr Ipa!t' ...
MANIFESTS. IMPORTS. Reports from the 9th to the 16th instant inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 March 1839
MANIFESTS. IM PORITS. Reports from. the 9th to the 16th instant 'in. clusive. Mlarch 9-WVILLIS1bM (brig), 149 tons, Thom, master, frsom Launcceston, R. Anderson, agent; 128 bags oats, 43 bales kangaroo skins, WV. J. lunee; 125 bushels wheat, 53 bags oats, E. Lee; 1 ease perfumery, J. B. Metcalf; 18 boxes 5 kegstobaeco, It. Dacr ; 1650 bushels wheat;, 477 bushels oats,6 tons hay, 11. Campbell; 2,300 bushels wheat, IL trusses bay, 11. Anderson; I cask apples, E. C, Greene ; 1 cask apples, C. Bucher; 1 bale leather. \V. W?oleottt. Macls 11 - STATESMAN (barque,) 845 tone, Qitiller, mtnster, fom unLiverpool via Hoart Tos'wn, A. M Ga;u and Co., agents; I bale of .reks. I bx samples. 29 barrels beer, 9 can' Spanish wine, 9 ca?es Poitugal wvine, 8 baskets 12 cases evine, 85 barrels pork, lOcases cherry brandy, 2 bales canvas, 8 tons bar and bolt iron, 20 boxes tallow candles, 20 casks rice, A. ,al'Gaa & Co; 1 box a sieve, 1 iox plate. J. Lord & Co; 1 case I box cottons, 20 h...
FOR SALE, FREIGHT, OR CHARTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 March 1839
FOR HALE, FRIEaTIT, OR CnART?t.* Ifehe, brig, for freight or charter, Lamb & Co., agents. Potentale, for freight or charter, Oilehrist& Co.. agents ..larduder, ship, for salt, freight, or charter--ii?ghes & IloskinYr sc-ents Planter, for freight or charter-Witllt and Co., arenta Gilmore,for freightor charter-T. Glore & Co.. agents. NEWS BY TILE CRECIA.--This vessel arrived yesterday from ('alcutta and Batavia. whence she brings a cargo of sugar, molasses, coffee, rice, &c. She reports having spoke the Eudora and Stratl isla in the Clcutta River, on the 8th and 9th November, working up, when she was leaving. The Eudora may be exprected inmnediately. having been advertised for Sydney some time previously to her arrival at Calcutta. NEwa B'Y TILE PrINCE Rtcgsa .--This vessel brings iltelligence of the Asia, formerly reported as condemned and broken up. having been news fastened and again laid on'with Emigrants for the colony. The Freich Frigate A...
LAID ON, AND SOME LOADING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 March 1839
LAID ON, AND SotIR LOADINO. Maru, for the flliery-llInghcsnnrd flosking, agents AcAilles, for South Seas-Duke & Co.. agents Catherine Jamnlfe.osa. for London --H. Moore. agent Eliz"a Franrcs, for the fishory-Captain I.nweoon agent Alexander tlenry, for the South Seas-Captain Lawson, owner and agent P2rlandn, for London-Walker & Co. and Gllchrist & Co., agents AbOe Gou.rr. ~Icndierson master, for London. from New. castle, A. W. Scott. of Newcastle. agent City cf Edlnburgh, for London, from Newcastlo-A. B. Spark, agent Colonist. for I.irerpool-A. 3. Smith, agent Andromachr, for London-- '. S. Delo!tte & Co., agents Orient, for London, Walket & Co. agents, not yet in port. larriet, for the flhcry-Weller, agent Nereus, (not yet In port) for South Australlia-Mr. V. Soiomon,, agent. Ladp M',tonaghtn. for India, F Mitchell, agent Avon, for the South Sean-Capt. Cole, owner and agent Jaymes Laing, for Port Philip as soon as repaired-Grose agent Carmlin...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 March 1839
EXTRACT FROM A WORK ENTITLED "STATE OF SOCIETY IN SINGAPORE." "A man of Physie. a man of Law, a man of Trade. and a man in Black, entered simultaneously an edifice intended fors kind of School or CoUege-now, said the man of Trade, who was in some respects manager of the concern, here we are with these children, who know not their right hand from their left, dependent upon us for instruction-never let us defile thbi place with the smallest .act of sprat?i~st, tyranny or bigotry. Watch me gentlemc. "asnl I will watch ycu, that we may not lay the weight of a hair upon these little mind, -if we impose one single opinion upoi them we shall drive them from our school or college and hinder the diffusion of ano. versal knowledge-here let mind be free a the air we breathe. I: The following inaugural discources were then delivered to the young disciples:- ! Physlcian.--My dear children, your in. tellect here shall be free-I care not whether you adopt my 9pinions or not.; I think that fire bur...
Finished Loading and ready for Sea. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 March 1839
Finished Loading and ,eaddy for Sea. 1. M. B. 'Pc'orua-Goverfnmelt agent MWrgareet Ruit, in the strcam for the Fishery, Ken. worthy and Co. acoaen. fro nt~.jo~, far New York-Campbell and Co., a·ogts Gnre"rnr Phil Ip, for Nr rfol Wlaluod Dee. for New Zeala,,zd-l'eterso,, ugent
DEPARTURE OF THE "LIVERPOOL" STEAMER FOR NEW YORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 March 1839
DEPARTURE OF'THE ' LIVERPOOL" STEAMER FOR NEW YORK. LIvERPOor., SATUR·AY ArTErnooN-The splendid steamer Liverpool, the largest vessel e'er launched "from the shores of the-Mlersey, started from Liverpool this afternoon at one o'clock for New York. This, day. was extremely fine, and the great line of pier, running from.the south to the extreme north end of the towis (a space of some threo miles), was covered. with persons anxious to witness her de parture. The steamers that ply'on the Mersey, for the coin'veyance of passengers between the Lancashire and- Cheshire coats, were also engaged in cruising about, to gratify their visitors with a sight of the huge outgoing steamer. In length the Liverpool exceeds the Great Western; and in the judgment of many experienced persons, she is decidedly superior to the British vessel, in her capacity for sailing. This point, however, which is at present mere matter. of 'conjecture, a few weeks will set at rest, for no conveyance that ever crossed t...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 18 March 1839
DEPARTURES. Saturday, the ship Indus, Captain Clarke, for India via Hobart Town. Yesterday, the barque Alfred, Captain Flint, fot London direct, with Colonial pioduce. Same day, the barque Portland, Captain Coubto, for London direct, with wool. Same day, the ship James Mforan, Captain Fer guson, for Batavia, in ball.at.