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Weekly Meteorological Table. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, WINDS, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 March 1839

i'teriitp -ftetetitolds ital Sablet. - ARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, WINDS, &c. TunaSIOUmTER WIND W WATnER morn noon jevenj 'Weod. Mar.13 70 90n 74 NE Clear Thursday 14 70 82 78 NE Clear Frlday 15 76 94 84 NE Hot Wind Saturday 16 89 84 78 NE Ilot Wind Sunday 178 76 -84 4o NE Hot Wind Mlunaay 18 On 70 - 68 SW CoIndy Tuesday :39 56 72 70 SWS Clear *Mean Temperature, 76+.

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. Sail this Day, Wind Permitting. Governor Phillip, for Norfolk Island, government, agent Finished Loading and ready for Sea. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 March 1839

PROJECTED DEPARTURES. Sail this Day, Wind Permitting. Governor Phillip, for Norfolk Island, government, agent Finished Loading and ready for Sea. IT. M. 11. Pe!nrus-Government agent Bee, for New Zealand-Peterson agent Wrillianz. for Launceston-Anderson, agent Potentate, for Indin, Gilchrist & Co., agents.

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VESSELS AND PASSENGERS CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 March 1839

VESSELS AND PASSENGERS CLEARED OUr. Dhlareh 18th-the brig Ike, Captaini Ander onn. for New Zealt'n'. P'assengeres-Mr. Allen, and Mr. and Mrs. Balton.

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STATE OF THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 March 1839

STATE OF THE MAREETS. In Rum a considerable usiness is still doing-several large sales have been made at an advance of from Id to 2(1 per gallon on last week's prices, and at a reduced crc. dit. Brondy, of good quality, is eagerly looked after, and almost every pItreel of any note bas been bought up and resold at a considerable advance, say from lid to fid per gallon. Tobacco, still changing hanls at an advance of Id per lb. on last week's transactions-for parcels of good qual ity, several small lots are offered for sale at a low figure, but of inferior quality, at which speculators look shy. 1ilce In denand-assi per bag is nnw demsanded. Sugars-Ilolders are inslised to be firm. but the sale by anauction on Saturday will most likely decide the fate of that article for a time. tork, still on tse advance. The report that 501 barrels were expected in one ship is not true, the quantity is only 87. Tea remains stationary at our quotation-little or any business doing, the high prices aske...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 March 1839

SYDNEY MARKETS. Flour-at the Mills. VINE sECONDS RATIO?4 32s 30s 28S Wheat-at the Hifills. (CLEAN.) Colonial, from Its 6d to 125 Maize-Prices gIven Growers, from os. Retail prices, from 10s

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 March 1839

D EPARITUR ES. On M1'rndny, H. F. MI. S. L'drlirnise, C~iptain La Placte, (r~ Month A net lea. Stame day, the French ship Ilourbion, for the Stath Seas. Same dany. th:c hnrqne Mlargarct Bril, Coffin mais ter. fttr the Seull' Sea. htesutltetl her vttvage ye. terdtty, the ship ladu.s, Clavlce muastter, (m" India sin Hobart Town.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 March 1839

The Markets.-Wheat still rises. It is purchased readily for New South Wales at 9s 6d, although the Sydney Journals quote the prices under that rate. Other articles as before. The. following is the market article of the Cornwall Chronicle: 1 The demand for Sydney, and on speculation, during the past week has been considerable, and raised our prices of wheat fully one shilling per bushel. In flour, the trade remains steady at a proportionate advance. Wheat, 7s 6d to 9s Gd per 601bs. Flour, Ist quality, £25; Seconds, £23; RItion,£20 per 2000 lbs.-Murray'a Review, 3rd March.

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Van Diemen's Land. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 March 1839

Van Diemen's Land. Arrivals at Hobart Town since the 28th ult. March 2-the brig Lord Hobart,. 160 tons, from Kangaroo Island. ' Departures.-Mitrch 4-the barque Sir George Arthur, 389 tons, Tindale master, fos: London. March 5-the U. S. ship Romana, for'the fishery. Hobart, March .6-Departed for Londoni, the Mary, 850 tons, Donaldson. The AugustieJ.Teasie. Edinborough, advertises for freight or chaster: The Union, Webster, and the Eleanor, 300 tons, are laid on for London. Vesasx.s LAnD ox.-For London, the bark Isa bella, Sampson master; the Hlebe, 257 tons, to sail on the 28th instant. For Port Phillip, the brig Henry and the barque 31 erope, an the 21st instant; for IHokianga, the barque Janseam, 359 tons, Todd mast! j for Sydney, the schooner Marian Watson, to sair on'theith instant-the Msnerva, Downes master, in a few days; for Melbourne and Geelong, the Bandicoot, 80 tons; for Launceston, the Royal William, Harper master. IMPonUTAkN T* NAvzoATns.-The 'existence of a shoal, lying...

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THE CORN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 March 1839

THE CORN MARKET. UNIow CTEAOI MILLS. March 9. 1839.-Sellers of wheat are asking from gs to los per bushel for first rate seouples, which prices are, however, only acceded to in paymentof accounts, or where necessity existsto.pay. In Flour there is no alteration. Wheat, .8s to 1os per bushel-Flour, 1st quality, £21 to £25-2nd, £22 to £23-ration, £20 per 2000 lbs. Pollard, 2s; lira. Is rad. Markct Prices, New Wharf, Fcbruary:-Wheat Dso6d to gs 9d-Oats 45 Od to ss-English barley 6s to Os Cd-Cope ditto 3s 9d to 45 per bushel-hay, prpssed, £7 dtto-loose '4, to £4 l5s-straw v £210 £2 10s. Walker's Mill-There has been little alteration in the wheat market since last week-there Is still a great de. mand for wheat for the Sydney market. Wheat 9s 6d to los per bushel; fine flour, £28, second ditto £26 per ton bran Is 6d per bushel of 20 lbs, Mnunington's Mill-There is still a plentiful supply of wheat but the demand for Sydney being still brisk, the market is kept clear at rather advanced pri...

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LAUNCESTON SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 March 1839

LAUNCESTON SHIP NEWS. Vessels arrived.-March 2, Adelaide; 258 tons, from South Australia. Same day, the Blank Joke, 114 tons, from South Australia. Same day, Lowestoff, 114 tons, from Port Fairy. Same day, the Tamar, 117 tons, from Port Phillip. 4th, Eagle, 108 tons, from South Australia. 5th, Elizabeth, 51 tons, from South Australia. 7th, Merope, 312 tons, from Port Phil lip. Same day, the Mary, 40 tons, front Portland Bay. Departures.-March 1st, Sally Ann, 59 tons, for Portland Bay 2nd, William, 149 for Sydney. Sante day, Speculator. 88 tons, for Sydney. 4th, Tamar, 117 tons, for Port Phillip. Same day, the Black Joke, 114 tons, for Sotuth Australia. Same day, the Merope. 312 tons, for Port Phillip. 6th. Socrates. 149 tons, for Swan River. 7th, the Eli sabeth, 51 tons, for South Australia. Same dat, the Arabian, 278 tons. for London. 8ti, Adelaide, 258 tons, for Post Phillip.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 March 1839

B UTTER. FT IE UNDERSIGNED has now on Sale at I his GROCERY and PROVISION WARE HOUSE, 35, York-street, near the corner of Market-street, 450 FIRtKINS of prime new CORK ROSE BUTTER, all of last season's make 100 FIRKINS, Horan's brand, ex Laura 100 Do. Morgan's ditto, ex Ewereita. 50 Do. C. Sucrue do., ex Columbian. 50 Do. Gould ditto, ex Columbian. 13 Do. C. Sucrue do., ex North Briton. 50 Do. Horan's ditto, ex St. George. LTxxtwIsa, NINETY FIRKINS which.arrived here via the Cape of Good Hope, Hobart Town, South Australia, and Port Phillip, which the undersigned is enabled to sell very low considering the season. Families, Pastry-cooks. and Hotel keepers, in par ticular wishing to secure good wholesome Butter, bad better immediately supply themselves at the moderate price now charged, as it must in a very days be at the price it was last year, with exery pro bability of being much dearer, patticularly should *any quantity fall into the hands of monopolizers, where parties would then...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 March 1839

BIRTHS. At her residence Berrima on the 11th Instant, Mrs. Higgis, of a son. At the Pitt-street School, on Friday evening, the 8th inst., Chistiana, the wife of Mr. P. M'Donnell, of a   daughter. During the voyage from London to Sydney on board the Susan, in Bass Straits, on Thursday, the 7th March, the Lady of Thomas Eyre Powell. Esq., late of Laurall Lodge, Castle Connell, County of Limerick, of son. The wife Lieutenat Sheaffe, 55th (Queen's Own) Regi- ment of a daughter, on the 16th March.   MARRIAGE. On the 15th Instant, at D'Oyleyville, Darling Point, by the Rev. John M'Garvie, Donald Campbell Simson, Esq., of Strathisla, Hunter's River, to Jane Charlotte, eldest daughter of John Coghill, Esq., of Elderslee. DEATHS.   On Sunday, the 17th inst, at his residence, O'Connell- street Parramatta, Mr. James Dede, late of Bishopgate- street, London. Mr. Dede arrived in the Colony by the Alfred an the 17th of January last, and has left a wife and &...

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EASTERN PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 March 1839

EASTERN PRODUCE. Cofilbe, none free Cotton, Itayang, C).2. In demand Ditto lloliciing, C ii. in demnatd Citbebs Hides. bullock. C 191 to 220 per 100. The present market price far a few now procurable Ditto buffalo. The few obtained used on the spot Indigo. None. Mother-o'-pearl shell, none in market Oil, cocoanutt, C 20 to 22 per pkt. Readily talcabte Oil. Ratiang. C 20 per pki. Readily saleable Oilt Kayne Poetee Pepper, long, none in market Ditto black Rice, ordinary cargo, 02 to 05 per 20 plc1. Getting scarce. Ditto fine, itt' per 30 pkl. Getting scarce. Rattans, Banderman, sO pkl. Procurable in small quantity at thts price. Sugar, Ards tat and ird 2nd quality, S13. Procurable. Ditto, ditto, per contract. No overtures made for next year's produce. Ditto, dark. 4 to it ,Pkl. Procurable. Molasses, I to I Pik. Procurable. Sattdleweod. Japanwood, 3 t Pik. Neglected. Tobacco, Baily. C 16 Pik. Duty paid ; no demand and stock large. Tortoiseshell, 1610 to 1520 Pik. NoneIn market. Turmeri...

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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 20, 1839. Nothing extenuate, nor ought set down in malice. SHAKESPEARE. NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 March 1839

SYDNEY MONITOR K COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER WEDNESDAY MtlORNING. MARCH 20, 1839. Nothing extenuate. nor.ought set down in matlce. SnagxhPEARa. NEWS OF THE DAY. ST. PATRICK'S DAr.-On Monday evening, the =Testival of St. Patrick was by the sons of Erin, cele brited at the Royal Hotel, George-street, in the saloon connected with the old theatre, (newly floored for the purpose) by a ball and supper. The new theatre last year witnessed the presence of the " fashionables of the colony, and its more ample dimvnsions were certainly capable of being lit up and decorated with greater splendour thonu -'the 'Royal ;" but- tae decorations and dimensions of the latter on Monday vvinislg were quite satifisctory, and no onc fe't any disappointment, by the com parison, because of the 1lcsnsure on finding the saloon o id the nil theatre conjoined, to be a sub stite for 11 the Victoria." Between five and six hundred persons of both sexes were present. Du rimg the time in which the attendance was the " full...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 March 1839

Advertisements sent to this Offce, must spec ifry on, the face of them, the number of times they are to be advertised; otherwise, they will be continued and chargeedzuntil counttermanded. For London direct. HE fine fast sailing SHIP City of E1dinburgh, 3613 tons per Register, T. W. P. Thompoon, master, now loading at Newcastle, will call here tor passengers: and carry an experienced Surgeon. Application to be made to A. B. SrARK. 18th February. 1839. For London 'Direct. {'WHE Fine First-class Ship I Susanna, 251; Tons register, John P. Ridley, Commander, has the greater part of her Cargo engaged, and being a Chartered Ship, will meet with the greatest despatch.-For freight, apply to A. B. SPARK. -A.-B.-SPARK. For Port Phillip. Will sail immediately, and has only room for a few tons of Goods, THE Fast-sailing Brigantine Abercromby .Francis Crew, commander, Bar hen 153 tons. For freight or passage apply to MONTEFIORES, BREILLAT & CO. Bent-street. For Launceston--with all despa...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 March 1839

ARRIVALS. On Monday, the tachnenee, Minerva, 122 tons, C~aptain Cummnnins, fromu Ltauncestnn, the 14th jinst., with ivhitat, &c. I'sentter MistIs Miller. Mr. Sams: ulay, cthe hatna ae Olrwell, 305 tons. Capatain l~iviaa, fromt Suuaaaaaaya. 26th Jtanuary, with sugaar, Sauite d~at, the baraqae Ib(earJ II'elleslaqj, 304 toans, Capt~atn a it ims from hh atar.(ut t~ana, the~ 2nd J anuaary, anti Adcahrade 5th MIarch , whith ýaaear, &c. Paart-an gera-Catpt. Rotss tand Mt Mi lLaaelaan. W. C. Buatts,a agenft. _____ ____

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 March 1839

YrTTIE COMMITTIE appointed to carry into IL iffect the Objects of the Transpdrtation and Assignment Petition adopted at the Public Meeting, Fon. the Sth.instant, at the '" Mechanics' School of Arts;" infurm the 'Public that, the Petition is now lying for. Signatures at all the Batlks, nd request that all thou' who concur with its prayer will affli their slgnaturek to it at once, in order that it may be transmitted for presentation to Parlianient with .the least possible delay. The ;COMMIPPEE also beg to apprise the 'Public ihat, Subscription Lists for (he pu die of defraying the aipenses attendant on the hbbve Petition.here and in the Mother Country, which it is,$upypsgl 1wuinamount to aboit £200, #ielhitg 1t tlulke sWhere Subsoriptions will be reoeiled. -.9th'cbruary,1S:I9. sQ&uARE FIG SE'GROREAD TO'SACOO, ale, d: the ifhpieseje E , 6 / Stores of 1 i T.zdersz &;ned A PRW .KEGS ,'lm iBO " i- r ll s > of s~~~~~~~~~z ben' 'fk.tes.SN ".vrlruglit tubethis e;ý JT ea~ýa...

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English Extracts. ADELPHI THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 20 March 1839

English Extracts. ADELPHI THlEATRE. Yates has brodtght out a stage version of Nlicholes Nickleby, that convulses the house with laughter, and excites a serious interest also. As it is merely is succession of -seene',-connectcd by a very slender thread 'cf dramantic interest, the obvious objection thtat the story is not hanf complete passes :for nothing. Peotile go -to see. how the personq and incidents,-so vividly painted ,by Boz, look on the stage-; and how the -dialogue, they relished so heartily in the -reading; tells -vit'd yore; and they come away admiring more than ever the skill of the artist who drew, and of the performers -who personate the leading characters. Mr -Dickens's credit as a writer cannot be in jured by the failure in the acting of any .telling points, though it may be increased thy theirsucrcess : he will not lose a single -reader, and he may gain many. The adventures of the Nickleby family ,are familiar to the public: let us some, therefore, at once to the acti...

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Scandalous Jobbing in Convict Labour. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 March 1839

ScandaioU . Jobbing in Convict 'Labour. ~~i We. have fora on time qrpected at there wc . ao sn etlrlnft rotten- in th~e manner in r ;;rich servants: were H-%lgeUd ; rndlzita iroof orflt,.wehave merely to /jolnt to tihe Gooernnent Gaeree of the 6th inst., In. which At wt\r ill "be found, that two ihfarnt nre gazetted "i*. the' as ljgoet of /lbrly-ni -rn convict seetflts I ;te-wit, Buwnian; Fjh.trd ilamtrthur-25 labourers, Icooper, ti< Igroum , 3 ern Ihoe Bowman, JanieS hMac:irthw'- labourer1 shoc nitpoer 1 .ronm, I eanwer, 1 butcher:" ! 4 Ve uindereland that thcge jowuf r n'liensen are of - the re Peodvei rage- of ahbout ton and tt7elve ye:aje,, e d'"that Jn addition "to the men hcre ussigned, their worthy slrr, Mr.-Jtine' Bowman; .haas about .ooe :Buudlrred and fifty e.Slgned servants,'h Iwhich num hers are comprised some of the best mechanics in the Colony. We cafl upon Sir George Gippo to in vestigatethis matter; the mannerin.whieh convicts have been assigned, by means ...

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Van Diemen's Land. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 March 1839

Van Diemen's Land. Ma. STarren.-We are sorry to announce, that Mr. Stephen hasaceepted the profferedjudgeship at Sydney. Mr. Stephen wlllbe making a great pecuniary sacrifice in quittong the emoluments of his profession, for the much smaller, although more certain and more easily earned income of a judge. Ills departure will he at this mome.nt a most serious loss to this colony, particularly to the suitors forjnustice. His loss will ulso he felt a n public leader, to whom the public were lookilg.-.s with co? fidence and respect in every case where tlheyv had to sts?d forth for the assertion of their rights as En-lislhme. VWe understand, that the colonists are determined not to let him depart without placing on record some public nlark of their respect !or his talents and character. We have already received several communicatiens, verbal and written, on the subject; but we think that It would be premature In us to offer any suggestiolns on the subject at present. Indeed, considering ...

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