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TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 March 1839
TO TrIE EDITOR OF TllE * Sydney fonitor and Commercial Adecrtiser. Sta.-At a comthilttec meeting'of the ParramattaBene eolent Society, held Jast Wednesday evening, the Rev. Socretary tendercd his resignation, stating, that the reason for hibdolog so was, that " the society had changed its chaancter.!" The committee, not knowing to what they could possibly attribute this pica for resignation of the esteemed secretary, were under the necessity of accepting it.. TwQ~joint secretaries were then chosen in the .room Of-the .latecsecrtary. I would remark, that the society haptioved to be one of the utmost use to the town, and is now,ulo- floulishing state, having sufficient funds for present purposes, (I believe abodt .£150,) and Is relieving at this moment objects of distress to the number of ffty. on. The society Is guided by the same principles with whlich it st ouit. anj if it have at all changed its charac. ter,.it has been (in mylhumble opinion) for the better t and t thope the gentl...
LAID ON, AND LOADING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 March 1839
LAID ON, AN!D SUME LOASrN. " Achiltes, for South Seas-Duke & Co.,'agent, Abel Gower, Henderson master, for London, hIron[ castle, A. IV. Scott, of Newcastle, agent Andromache. for London-?,. S. Delo'.tte & Co~ aybU A yon, for the South Seas-Capt. Cole, Owner nd am Bombay. for the Flshery-Laanso,, UbOerld ao Bdritih King, for BombayaOGilchri? a n'_ t Beay, for Port Phillip, Fotherlngham :ageentC Curdine, Irqoue. 19tous, for SoothSeu. .Jont? o and agent Caroline,'brlg,. for London?Valker and Co.; age. Cigty of Edinburgh, for London, cfrom sa.?. B. Spark, agent " " Colonilt, for Livrcrpool--A. B. Smith, agent Elixa Frances, for the fishery?Captain Lawuo rsn Fame, for the South Seaos--R. Jone & Co. guer., Franeie Freeling, forSouth Seas-Chap?oe ,ý," e agent. P--,s wrse Heniy, for London~Plower aeent. i- M. B. Beagle, for Part Esengton., Harriet, for the fishery--Weller, agent Janet Ixat, for London-Browne and Co., agent Ld.yMacnagAhtn,for India, FP Mltchell, agen...
Supreme Court. CIVIL SIDE. TUESDAY, 19TH MARCH, 1839. Before Mr. Justice Willis and a Special Jury. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 March 1839
Supreme Court. CIVIL SIDE. TocsDAT, lTrn MARCH, 1959. Befobr Mr. Justice Willis and a Special Jary. The Coct opened at one o'clock, according to adjourn meat from Monday. f Donellyv. Arayne.-This was an action to recover'i500 damages for assault. The plaintiffwas Ross Doneuly, Esq., barrister, and Mr. Arayne. dealer of George-street. Both parties lately arrived in this Colony by the Olescrleie, and the trial arose out of circumstances, which took place on the passage cut. The preliminary evidence was i rather contradictory as regarded the conduct of the plain. tiff. and in the cross.exAmloation of witnesses by the defendant's counsel, insinuations were thrown out, tending to impeach his character and justify the assault. STile plaintiffhaving proved his case, Mr. Ayrane appeared anxious to come to compromise, and the parties therefore jsettled the matter without the assistance of the Jury, the lolIo?vihg condltions being signed by Mr Arayne. S The plaintiff having given his evidence...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 March 1839
TO CORRESPONDENTS. The Letter signed " AusTatIN B$ s.Ac RAM" cannot he Inserted. betaus it does not quote the Squnatting Jill and shew in what respect It will work 'thq evils be prognosticates. TheJetter is made up of allegatons, that he bill will promote the .interestaofthe rich at the er Sse of the poor. but no reason aae given why. The etor therefore Is useless. B's letter, if lnserted, nill entitle our Protestant readers to a reply.. B will then "-in common Justice" demand room for a rejoinder i and so on ad infinitum. We permit nobody but ourselees to enter into polemics in the Sydney Monitor. and ourselves we permit very seldom, and veey succinctly.
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. Sail this Day, Wind Permitting. William, for Launceston—Anderson, agent. Finished Loading and ready for Sea. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 March 1839
PROJECTED DEPARTlItES. Sail thi, Day,, 1Pind Permitting. William, for Lufaceston-An..mrtnn agent FJniahed Loading and ready for See. Abrcrombie, for Port Philp-Monnddore Amy Airander Heinry, for the Bouth Se Coluablan* for lrrpool-ASpOO1A CoI.th Hebe. brtg, for India. Lamb & Co.. agnts Louisa.,or Port PhIIp--A. & S. Lyons agents Lotus, for Loudond-Gore & 0). agent Potentate, for Indta, Gilchrht& Co., Igenbt Suqunna, fbr London-A. B. Spark & WC.carer
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 March 1839
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. AnRRIVAL. -.February g.- Plutfiu, Mlllibanc from London.-lI th Adcl,,ide, UDvilin, front Sydney. 181h Eaglc, from Port Phllip. Sa~1 dayJoha Dunncombe from (Jorga Town. . DsrARwrraEn.-Fcbruary 12.-Z.,ra,, lnu, for Sntavla.
STATE OF THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 March 1839
STiATE OF THE MARKETS. RUM-Still on the advance, and may be quoted at .d per gallon higher since our last publication. BRANDY-No sales have been made, is Gd for good samples, seems to be the market price. TAYLnon' PORTEa -A small parcel ex Juliet1 has been sold to day at £7 per hi, 1, but £7 10s may be now quoted as the market price. FLooR-A sale of 20 tons, of fair quality, has has been made at £80, and resold the same day at PonRK-t rish is looking up; aTarcel has gone off at £5 12s 6d per barrel. Within the last few dayq, several cheap parcels of Rums hLve appeared in the market, but have been as speedily bought up by the speculators, so that the market remains firm at an advanced figure, and buyers are plentiful.
PORT PHILLIP. (From the Melbourne Advertiser of 6th March.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 March 1839
PORT PIIILLIP. (From the Melbourne AdRertleer oflOth March.) AnorvALs.-February 28th.. The brig Britannia, 294 tons. Gibson, from.Launcestnn. - The Merope, 112 tons, Clinch, from Launceston. The schooner Agnes, 51s tons, Grey from Hobart Town. The Perea-eranre from Arthur's seat. The Revenue Cutter Vanaittart, from Flinders Island. I eAA RTuR6E. February 20.-Schooner marnr. 117 tons, Bell, master, for Launceston. March I.-The barque Merope, 312 tons, Clinch, master, for L.aunceston. The brig Piritannia for Lauinccton. The schooner Ad#laidr, 06 tons, for Hobart Town. Tihe cutter PIickwick for Launceston.
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 March 1839
DEPARlTURES. On Wednesldayafternonn l:st, H. MI- Brig Pelorue, Captain Harding Esq, fur Van DiemPn's hand. Same time, the brig Bee, for New Zealand. Yesterday, the Government brig Governor Phillip, Boyle master, for Norfolk island, with government stores &c. Same time, the schooner5 Speculolor for New Zealand. Tihe Bomin y pnt in On'Wedncsday to take in water and provisions. This will occupy about a week when she will again proceed to the whalln.rgrounds. She has spoken the following vessels: lust January, Ladia. American whaler, from Salem, 15 months out I i o barrels: 11th February, the Proteus, of Sydney, 10n months out, g00 barrels; 24th the Clarkson, of Sydney, I1 months and ahalf out, doo barrels: "ash. the brig IIghlandler, of Hlobart Town, ii months out. n?0 barrels spermn and 400 black. On the 20th of January the Juan hove in might and contihned so for two days but was not spoken. The Francis Fsrling hueas gone alongside the barque Henr , at Diekcems Whurf. to disch...
South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 March 1839
South Australia. If any one las heretofore doubted the respecta biity of the Adelaide new-paper called '* The South Australian Gazette," alch doubt must be dissipated by the following article which appeared in that journal of the IGth February, in which the most nefarious system of lying, and kidnapping the inno cent people of England by means of such lies, are laid to the charge of a newspaper patronized if not altogether printed and published by those honest men, the Colonization Commissioners of South Aus. tralia resident in London, and by them called "The South Australian Record." The following notice is the more creditable to the Adelaide Gazette, because that paper has been and still is, a stout sup porter of the local Government of Adelaide.
MOST IMPORTANT TO LANDHOLDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 March 1839
MOST IMPOI?RANT TO LANDHOLDERS. A meeting was held in the Survey Oiceo on Thursday last; for the purpose of making selections from the'large portion of district B,which was, onr that day, thrown open. flts Excellency the Resident Commissioner took the chair at eleven o'olock,.the Board acting us As.dstaunt Commissioner,.and a eonslderablJ number of the culonists were present. The holders of the preliminary land orders reserved for district B first made their choice, after which the greater part of the 8s acre land orders held by those present were applied to the same district in tle order of the dates on which they werelpurchased in Englanld. SIlls Excellency the Resident Commissioner, then oh. served, thatthle plan wldch was lying before the'meeting, and the proceedings of thatday, most be soficilent evidence to the gentlemen present that the surveys wereproceeding with activity. 'The plan exhibited pwards of 8,500 acres. whiclhAdil been very accurately laid down by Mr. M'Laren of ...
SUPPRESSION OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 March 1839
SUPPRESSION .OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE. We have long felt that we have had reason to complain of the unfair treatment which the South Australian Gaz=ette has retrved from certain persons connected with the Colonlzation Commissioners in London. It is, bow. ever, scarcely worth further notice than to say, that until lately, one hundred copies of every publication wereo fnrwardea to the Coinmissionera for distribution in Eng land; and that they have been regularly received is proved by the partial and garbled extratcs from our different numbers which have from time to time been pub Ilshed in the South Australian Record, published in London. Messrs. Armstrong and Black now receive the Gazette regularly, add will supply our friends with them on application. We request our English contemporaries to notice the facts we now state, and to add,.that the South Australian Record is lnot invariably to be trusted in its reports of our colonial affairs, and that many letters appearingtn lthe...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 March 1839
MARRIAGE. &nbsp; &nbsp; At Castlereagh, on Monday, the 15th instant, by special license, by the Rev. H. Fulton, John Blackstone, Esq. of George-street, Sydney, to Esther, eldest daughter of John Tindale, Esq. Hornsey Wood, Penrith. DEATH. On Saturday last, the 6th instant, aged 40, Mr. James Walker, of East Maitland.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 March 1839
A NNOIUNCES t'tlth e Inhabitants of. Maitland and its Viciunity;tht as it is his itention to oell tj6 "'aldg ;rned P'ro aieiees Adv'ei~ised for the Sth daiy of April uext, in, person, on the spot, he Swill'beliappy to eiddeultke'on that day, iny fuither -'Sale of "tock, 'dr Properties'if cominounicated to `-int pr-Qrto the $1Asof -March. 3. T. W. will also treat for 1000 \Vether " S-450 or:60:Bulloeks ,8 Breeding Maros, and •10 orssroes of'ifit-rite description, And-would .be happy to'mect any persons having -such to dispose of on thiat day, at the Rosea In, 74k, George-street. March 1.8 189. Even ? l.!, Sdle of Books. J. T. WILSON Will offer to the Public, at his extensive Rooms, " No. 741 George-street, THIS EVENING, (Friday) at half-past Seven o'Clock precisely, a valuable assortment, just landed by the late arrivals, in all IGHT CASES of BOOKS, by the following 'Byroe Moore "Milton Sir W. Scott ,-Ainsworth Newton Thompson 'Hume '"Smollett Ainsworth "Shakspeare Neale ?Miss Porter...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 March 1839
BarL?s 3 AUrCTIONm Which will take place before our neCt publieation THIS DAY. AMR. HART-At his Rooms. Lower George-atrreet at 11 o'clock, Wines and Tobacco. A. POLACK-At Baxzaar, at 12 o'clock, Van, Horses, Cattle, &c. THIS EVENING. J.T. WILSON-At his room, at half-past 7 o'clock Books. TO-MORROW. AIR. HART-At hii Rooms, Lower George-street, at II o'clock, Slps and Winter Clothing. W. HEll BLEWHITE---At Campbell's wharf, at I1 o'clock, the cargo of the Henry t' ellealy, from Java. I. SIMIIONS & CO.-At their mart, at 12 o'clock, Stationary, Fancy Goods, &c., Sqfllolk Cow and Calf, Black and Drab Hats. J. T, WILSON-At his P.ooms, at 11 o'clock. Horse%, Carriages,&c., at 12 o'clock,-Sheep and Wool. SALE OF CROWN LAND. April 10.-Crown Lands. April 1 .-Leases of Crown Lands. April II-Town Allotments.* May 8.-Sale 26 Lots of Crown Land in the vicinity o of Port Phillld. May 2-Allotmenls in Sydney, Parramatta, and Malt land (one in each.) WTOOL. .?t HE UNDE...
NEWS OF THE DAY. Murder. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 March 1839
'NEWS OF T.HE DAY. Murder. .On Wednesday last, an Inquest was held at the tBunch of Grapes, on the body of Robert Stenson, formerly a servant in the service of Doctor Cuttel, whose death was occasioned under the following circumstances :-James Maclmn, Market-street, being sworn, said, he knew the pilsoner before the Court, -William-Fitzpatrick, and the deceased. Robert Stenson. The latter had been servant _tq the prisoner for about a week. On Sunday afternoon last, about 2 o'clock, I heard a quarrel between the pris. oter and the deceased. They were then in the prisoner's kitchen: I heard a noise like a man falling on the ground; -1 unlockod my own door, which.is the adjoinining one to that of the prisoner, and saw the latter drag the -deceased out of the kitchen into the front room. He jumped twice on the stomach of the deceased and struck him on the stomach with a cedar chair while he was lying down after this, he dragged him out of the house into a back shed. The deceased could n...
SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 22, 1839. Nothing extenuate, nor ought set down in malice. SHAKESPEARE. St. Patrick's Ball. TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 22 March 1839
SYDiEY MONITOR g COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER 'FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 22, 1839. *N'oMing erienuate, saorought ? settown in malice. SUAlmCPEA5a. 'St. Patrick's Ball. TO 1TC OanrIoT or 0 ars Sjydney Monitor and Comnmercial Advertiser. 8ir,-.In your Wednesday's paper, you have given -'a glowing account of St. Patrick's ball,;but no glow suffused the cheeks of asingliindividul there, either 'male or female; on' the contrary, as was observed by a lady of rank to al friend in a half whisper, ""the company look as if they were come to see a lying-in state." Sir Maurice O'Connell himself caught the sepulchral contagion, so contrary to his 'usual affability, for I saw an old colonist who .knew him when he was -Lieut. Governor of the -colony, bow to his Excellency, whose bow S"was received with a half-cut inclination of the -head. W'hether Sir Maurice knew the party or ,not, it ought to have'made no difference, as any gen 'tleman at a ball bowing to the President of that 'ball, is entitled to receive...