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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 March 1839

DEPARTURES. Yesterday, the Echooner Mariain TValson, Aycrst master, for Hobart Tawn, with sundries,

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 March 1839

Early on Saturday morning last, Mr. T. 13. Strangway, J. P., M. Nation, myself, and attend= ant, left Adelaide, and, proceeding in a N. E. direction, arrived, after a ride of eighteen miles, at Mr. Straneways' station, recently taken as a special survey by Mr. J. B. Hack. The last three miles of our ride we followed a very winding west course through a valley (in which we found excellent water) about two miles to the north of the Torrens-the hills on either side forming part of the Mount Lofty range. The station is in the midst of some beautiful undulating hills, which,. with the valleys, are abundantly, clothed with kangaroo grass. After baiting the horses, we returned to the water bole in the winding 'valley, 'and then struck over the foot of a hill :to the N. W., proceeding over, a country of hill and dale, studded with young wattles, but otherwise very slightly timbered, and constituting' as pretty a sheep'ialk as I have Feen in eihber of the other colonies, and on which we foun...

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The Native Blacks. To the Editor of the Sydney Harald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 March 1839

The Native Blacks. To the Editor oq the Sydney. IHarald. FiS,--On the night of the 1Gth instant as two storkmlen,'nntned Thomas M'Alister and Thomas Boyd, were encamped a few miles on the Maneroo side of the Bogong Mountains, better known by the name of the Australian Alps, they were suddenly alarmed by hearing a violent rustling in the bush, but supposing it to be occasioned by some animal, they took little notice of it until it was repeaited more than once ; they then proceeded to make 'se'arch. but could see nothing, which snfficiently alarmed them to make for their horses, which were hobbled some little distance from their fire. After saddling their horees and preparing for a start, which they hrid scarcely conm pleted, they saw a black native pass between them and the fire, and immediatety another was seen adding fuel to their fire to make more blaze, by the new light of which they perceived six or eight more blacks surrounding them. They immediately. mounted their horses and s...

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MACQUARIE-PLACE PROPERTY COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 March 1839

IdACQUARIE-PLACE PROPERTY COMMITTEE RfPonT.-The Committee appointed on the 14th Febta aty. 1839, to conshler the prspousal to purchase certain Properties In Macquarie-place, Sydney, in order to carry into effect the Plan for the Improve ssent of the Town, connected with the formation of the Circular Qay at the h1 end of Sydney Cove, and to Report their opilnion thereon, have carefully con sidered the mattaer to them eJlerred, and haveagreed to the following Report. Youlr Comltittee hatve niet on severall occaslons, and lave ex.,nined suchl persons as they considered inoot likely to afford theana cllrrect information as to thle vale ? prloertyllnl Sydney, wllich wosuld furnilsh a just criterion of the Estiltalte whllich has been malde by the Coslonial Engineer, asnd tlhe Depulty-Surveyom General, of tile Valise of tile Allotmlents in question. IThey lhave also examllined thoslle Gentlenmen tlhem selves, who have explinedl to them very fully the rotundts uponl which their RIieport was...

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English Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 March 1839

English Extracts. The population of Lower Canada may be estimated at about 520,000, that of Upper Canada at 350.000, and that of the two races in both provinces at 400,000 French, and 470,000 English.

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VICE ADMIRALTY COURT. FRIDAY, 22ND MARCH. In the Case of the Governor Bourke. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 March 1839

VICE ADMIRALTY COURT. FRIDAY, 22ND MARCH.   In the case of the Governor Bourke. The Vice Admiralty Court sat this day, and the judge ordered an attachment to be issued against Mr. Grose, for contempt in sending the Governor Bourke to sea beyond the jurisdiction of the court, after she had been arrested on a suit by order of the court.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 March 1839

BALES BY ATCTXON Which will take place before our next pubhtcation --0-- TIIIt DAY. W. IIEBBLEWHITE-At his Rooms, at II o'clock, Wear ing Apparel and Ioas, Sugar, Cheese, Ale. Wine, &c" . J.l ALL-Attho Cattle Market at 1 o'clock, Horses, )Dray, Tools, &c. MR. LISCOMBE--At Grantham House, near Bathurst, at is o'clockl. lO acres of Land, Household Furniture,:&c. TO-MIORROW. J. T. WILSON-At his Rooms, at half-past II for 12 o'clock, Building Allotments in Newcastle, Goulburn, and Rathurst, Inn Acres on the Hawkesbury, 10o Acres no the Liverpooal Road. MR. HARTT-At his Rooms, Lower George-street, at ii o'clock, Jevllery, Silver Breakfast Service, Drapery, Millinery, Saddlery, &e. A. POLACiC-On the Ground, at 12 o'clock, Three Rouses in Snssex.street. - T. W. SMART-At his Rooms, at 12 o'clock, Sheep, &c. SALES OF CROWN LAND. April IO.-Crown Lands. April 11 .-Leases of Crown Lands. April I--Town Allotments. May s.-Sale 26 Lots of Crown Land In the v...

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Sydney Wholesale Price Current. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 March 1839

Sydney Wholesale Price Current. IMPOR TS. SrraiTS.-(In bond) .p gallon-Rum, procf, to .30 O.P. 4s sd to Os -Brandy, (s to 6s Od-Gin, pate, 4s. TouAcco-perlb-Negrolhoad, Is 6d to Is 8d-Cavendisb, Is. SonAR-per ton-Maurlitis, fine.. £27; brown, '2i Java, '£2 to £30-Redfned, 6Od per lb. CoPvRn-per lb-fd to Is. T'A-pcr 'chest-Souchong, £6--Hyson-skli, £612ts 6d to£61 las-Hyson, £2 15s per box. Riot-per bag-Patna, .1 Ss -Java, t3s. Serces-per lh-Pepper, 3d to 4d-Cloves, as to 3s 6d. RAIsINs-per lb-Cape, 4d-Smyrun, 44d ?.vNs--(in wood) per pipe--Sherry, '30 to £61 Madeira, 425 to' 45-Tenerlife, £18 to £25-Port. £30 to £60-Cape, £10.-(In bottlo)-por dozen Champagne, 40s to 50s-Claret, £1* to £1 Iss Madeira. £1 ito'.£l 5s-Sherry, £1 Is to £1 7s Gd Port, £1 4s to £1 100. PoaTxa-per hhd-Taylor's, 4£7 10s-Bottled,:14s per dozen. Ar?.-Burton, £6 los per barrel--Elliot's, £25 10sper hhd Bottled, Dunbar's, 5s per dozona-Dunbar's Porter, 14s. SAIT PaovsbloNs-Beef, £6 6s per tlerce-Pork, Irish, £. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 March 1839

Newcastle and Goulburn. To :BE SOLD BY AUCTION,? "BY J. T. WILSON, 'On 'PUESD&y. the 26th instant, at his extensive Rooms, 741, George. street, at half-past Eleven for Twelve o'clock, ONE ALLOTMENT of BUILDING LAND. situated in the very'beart of the flourishing 'Township of Newcastle, and has a considerable frontage to Bolton-street. The newly-arrived Immigrant just entering busi lness, wbuld here find every thing the heart could 'wish for-namely, scenery, saoubrity of climate, end the healthy exercise of ses-hathi?n ; and while sitting at home, after the toils of the day have ceased, imagination might almost persuade'him he was at his -own fireside in some seaport town in Er;gland. 'Immediately after the Sale of the above, the Auctioneer will submit to p'ublic Competition, Four Allotmetts of Land, situated in the Township of ,oulburn, which, for every thing that is needful and most conducive to health, cannot be excelled by any other district in the Colony; for although on!...

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FLOUR AT THE MILLS. PER 100 LBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 March 1839

FLOUR AT THE MILLS. ran 100 LBS. Fine Seconds Ralion Barker and Hallen.......... 32s .. 30s .. 28s Hluglles and Hosking........ 32s .. 30s .. 28* Girard .................... 32:. 30* .. 288 Dodds, Blackett, and Aird .. 32 .. 30 .. 28s Hollinshed Brothers ....... 32s .. 30* .. 28s CLEAN WHEAT AT THE MILLS, PER BUSHEL. Barker and Ilallen .......... 0 12 0 to 0 13 6 Hughes and Ho-king ........ 0 12 0 0 13 6 Girard................. ... 012 0 013 6 Dodds andCo. .......:...... 0 12 0 0 13 8 Hollinshed .................. 12 0 0 13 6 Van Diemen's Land .......... 0 12 0 0 13 6 BISCUIT. No. 1, per ewt ....................... 117 0 No. 2, per ditto ........................ 112 0 BREnAD, per 2lb loaf ..... .........0... 0 64 Bran, per buslhel of 20 lb ...............0 2 6 Bran, by the ton, per bushel.........?..... 0 2 4 MAIZB. PRICE GIVEN TO THE GROWERS. Best quality, per bu.hel.. (old) 0 9 6 to 0 10 0 lRETAIL PRICES. aest quality, per bushel ...... 0 0 0 to 0 10 0 GRAIN OF OTHER KINDS. Oats (...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 March 1839

MR.. ARMSTRONG, VETERINARY SURGEON, AND RIDING MASTER, Graduate of the Royal Veterinary College London, Honorary Fellow of the Veterinary Medical Association, and Qualified Riding Master of British Cavalry, by the approval of His late Royal Highaess the Duke of York. BEGS to inform the Gentry of Sydney and its environs, that he has taken the House of Mr. J. Jones, in York-street, where he has com. menced the practice of his Profession, and trusts from the great experience he has. had in teaching Riding in the Service, as well as to private Ladies and Gentlemen ; - also, .In Training Horses as Chargers, for the park side saddle and. harness, as well as attending the animal in sickness, that he shall be able to give satisfaction to those who may honor him with their Patronage. Mr. A. has had considerable experience in the diseases of Cattle and Sheep, and possesses Pre. scriptions for the Foot Rot and Scab, which from their tried efficacy and ease of application are highly valuable. N...

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Wheat. The following is from Monday's Herald:— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 March 1839

Wheat. The following is from Monday's Herald: May we ask whether the Government has taken proper measures to ascertain the probable store of wheat and flour in the Colony? Has the actual price of wheat, and the probable increase or decrease been ascertained t Is it true, that supplies of wheat and flour may be expected here to supply the demands of Government Establish ments and of the daily increasing population of the Colony ? Again-let us ask, can the wool-growcrs, sll things conisidered, affordt to pay for wheat of Colonial growth 1 Tihe uncertainty of the crops in this Colony is proverbial. The wool-growers cannot depend upon thet ; and are they, then, to suffer themselves to be charged highly by Colonial speculators? or must they be driven to seek sup. plies from those countries where wheat may be had at from two.and-sixpence to threeo-and-sixpence a bushel? Is the wool.grower, who produces the wealth of the Colony, to be forced to purchase at any price that may re exacted by ...

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INCREASE OF TRAVELLING OCCASIONED BY RAILROADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 March 1839

INCREASE OF TRAVELLING OCCASIONED BY RItLROADS. The second report of the Irish Railway Commissioners contains the following re markable statement respecting the increase of intercourse which has .taken place between those parts of England through which railroads have been formed: " The omnibus conveyances between different parts of London and its 'prisecipal suburbs (the same thing, it might have been added, having previously taken place in Paris and other capitals) are a familiar and striking instance of this fapt. And yet the number -a daily increasing one-of these,has not prevented theestablishment and success of steamers continually plying between Westminster and London bridges, and daily conve)ing many thousands of persons, although st is a contiguous and parallel line to one of the chief directions of the omnibus traffic. Equally surprising is the number of passengers carried by the steamers down the''ltsames. Upwards of 500,000 persons were conveyed last year by the steamers ...

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The Legislative Council. FRIDAY, MARCH 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 March 1839

The Legislative Councll, FRIDLY, MIRCH 22. The Council met this day pursuant to adjournment. Present-The Governor, the Bishop, the Commander of the Forces, the Colonial Secretary, the Attorney-Gene ral, the Collector of Customs, the Auditor. General, Mr. Jones, Mr. Berry, Mr. Blax land, and Sir John Jamison. The Crown lands occupation Bill was recommitted ; various,verbal emendations were made, and two clauses added, the one retaining in the Crown all legal title to leased lands, and the other, preventing proceedings instituted under this Act, from beingquashed ii certiorari-by the Supreme Court. The fair copy of the Bill. engrossed, together with the schedules, was pre sented to the Governor by Colonel Gibbes and Mr. Jones; it was then ordered to be read a third time, after'which it was passed with the amendments. The Council was was adjourned sine die. His Excellency, on presenting the Bill tro the Council for the third reading, addressed the-members as follows: Gentlemen, I have ...

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SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 March 1839

SPIlRITS ANID TOBACCO. Stock on hand the 16th inst--1. P runm, 105,656 gallons--brandy, 2?,752 gallons-gin, 27,107 gallons -oh.ler ,pilitz, 7,082 gallons. Fig Ind Cavendish tobaccn, 2:39,4i1 plundstlazil ditto, 13,710 pounds unlatuafactured ditto, 26,131 punnds-cigars, 31,953 punnds-snuff 2.182 pounds Received during the week- B. P. runt, nil; brandy, il-gin, nil--other spirits, 2,167 gallons fi8 and Cmvendith tobacco nil-Brazit ditto, nil ann nlfictured ditto, nil-cigars, nil-snuff, nil. Dalirircd otar hold e cnnlrsnition-B. P. rnm, 2, 0 8 ....s-br. , n daly, 1, 98 tallon s- gint 637 gal ntobacco ihe sris, 2 gallons-fig and Cavendish ftoacco, 4,134 pounds!lBrazi ditto, nhinunmanu. fatored ditt) ail~-ci;ars 508 punnds-snnut, nil. Delrvered focr cxlortatldnB P run1, 3,164 gal. oni-brandy, 329 Gallons--gin 334 gallons-other i?irts, 314 gallons-fig and Cavendsllh tobacco, d'io l cunls-Brazil ditto nil-u-nnanufactured dito, nil--ci??'6 PTillldI--llnuffI nil. Stock on hand the 2'3rd in?t...

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Police News. THURSDAY, MARCH 21ST: [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 March 1839

Police News. TnURSDAY, MARCH 21sT: Mr. Timothy Lane, Superintendent of I-Iyde-park Barracks, appeared -to-,answer the charge of constable M'Nearney, for an assault. M'Nearney's information set forth, that on Friday last about two o'clock in the afternoon, he-was sent, up to Hyde-park Barracks with som'e prisoners for punishment. He observed one of the messengers take a shilling from one of the prisoners he had in charge, and put it in his mouth; he insisted upon searching him,.and took it out of his mouth. When he went into the watchhouse where the prisoners were confined, Mr. Lane was there, and said, " Why don't you take off your hat, you scoundrel, in my presence ?? Witness replied, "'If [ thought you were a gentleman,. I would." Mr. Lane theri seized him by the collar, and taking his' hat off his head, dashed it on the ground, and called him " one of Colonel Wilsoli's bull dogs." This was the assault com plained of. Mr. Lane denied the charge in. toto. Mr. Nichols appeared for t...

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MANIFESTS. IMPORTS. Reports from the 16th to the 23rd instant inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 March 1839

MANIFESTS. IMPORTS. Reports from the 16thiA the 23rd instant in clnusive, March I--MARIAN WATSON (schooner), 146 tons, Ayerst. master, from Hobart Town, D. Egan, agent-8I bags bran, Hughes & osking=-14"7 bushels wheat, T. Ayerst-228 bags wheat,Barker & Hallen-30 bags wheat, 12 bags potatoes, 29 bags oats, 29 trusses hay, 23 casks beer, D. Egan--I box apples. D. Maclaren-l case wine, A. W. Young-35 bags wheat, RIt. Campbell-2 bags potatoes, W. Dawes-l cask apples, 2 boxes preserves, J. Johnson-I box apples, Ensign Moore-7 cases musical instruments, Ellard. iarch is--GRECIAN (brig), 12 tons, Richards, master, from Calcutta, Batavia, and Sourabayn, P. W. Flower, agent-2 cases wearing apparel, R. Campbell-120 bags coffee, 362 hogs rice, is hogsheads arrack, 2 cases karja ponta oil, 13 bales mats, 24 hoxes Japan baskets, 10 cases screens, so kegs butter, 2 68 bags 293 baskets sugar, 207 hogsheads nlolasses. 2'J;l cases gin, 6 bundles cinnamon, 3 bags nutmegs, 12 bnskets t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 March 1839

GOVERNES . A LADY wishes to engate herself as GOVER NESS in a respectable family. She is -qualified to instruct her Pupils ibt Music and French, and to make them thoroughly acquainted in each branch of an English education. The most respectable reference can be offered. The address -is IR. S. T., Monitor Office, Yotk-strect,(post paid.) Situation Wanteda Tn the Interior or any out Settlement, by a J.CARPENTER and VWHEELWRIIGHT, of long experience in the Colony. New Zealand would not be bhjected to.-For further particulars as to character, &c., apply by letter to F., at this -office. March 13th, 1839. Wanted, A S WIHARPINGER, a respectable Young or A Middle-aged Man, having some knowled ge of the Timber'Trade.-Apply to •KIRK & SON. 'Steam Saw Mills, Sussex-street. -Shopman Wanted. Respectable Young Man, who understands the Retail Grocery Business; one who has 'had Colonial experience would be preferred. Apply to JAM ES "STUART. George-street, March 21st. L.a~bourers W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 March 1839

Advertisements sent to tlis Ojfice, must specify on t1e face of them, the nutltber of titmes litey are to e badpertised ; otlerwise, they will be continued and charged until counterman? n ed. Mailland Steam-packet. THE Maitland. makes her next trip to CLARENCE TOWN. Wil liam's River, on STutTruA, the 6th April next; this not interfering with her regular trip to MNorpetlh. Goods for Shipment are received during the month in the Commercial Store, .free /of any expense. . HENRY MOON. Commercial Whhtf, 15th March. 1839. For Lbndon Direct. A REGULAR TRADER. T IIE remarkably FINE, FAST-SAILING Ship Andromache, A 1,4 u8 Tons register, ''homas New, Commander. This Ship has part of her Cargo engaged, and will meet with despatch; has superior accommodations for Passengers, and carries atn experienced Surgeon. For Freight or Passage, apply to the Counmmander on board, or to W. S. DELOITTE & CO. Lower George-street. F.:rlbrry, 4. 1889. For London direct. WILL MEIT wVITIC IMMRDIATE DESPA...

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MERCANTILE ARRANGEMENTS BETWEEN THE SYDNEY MONITOR OFFICE AND THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 March 1839

MERCANTILE ARRANGEMENTS BETWEEN THE SYDNEY MONITOR OFFICE AND THE PUBLIC. The " Sydney Monitor" Is published at 6 o'clock every Mllonday. Wredesdn., and Friday mornings, at the Of)ce in George-street Letters not post-pauid will not be received Subsertfers not receiving their pperri regularly are re quested to apply fur redress at the Monitor Office. George-street. No verbal messages sent to the oanitor Office, can be attended to. The price of the Sydney Monitor is 1S. 6d. a quarter, bul if paid in towun at the endof each quarter, los. But the price to Country Subscribers, on account of the ex pense of forwarding their papers, and employing agents, is 12s. 6d. per quarter, without abatement, payable half' yearly. The quarters end the 31st March, 30th June, olth September, and 31st December, respectively. 4l resignations must be accompanied by payment of arrears and of the current quarter. Orders to discontinue advertisements must be sent to the Monitor Ofice before 6 o'clock in the e...

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