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Loss of the Barque DESPATCH by Fire at Sea. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 March 1839
Loss of the Barque DESPATCH by Fire at Sea. Tue Governor Bourke, whaler, which arrived in port late last evening, brings the melancholy intelligence of the total loss by fire, of the barque Despatch, Cap tain Pritchard, which left this port for London on the 2nd instant. The follow ing is Captain Pritchard's account of the catastrophe in a letter to Messrs. Cooper and Holt : GEtTLEgMEN,-On Monday; the 11th instant, at 8 a.m., I perceived a strong smell of fire, and ordered the scuttle of the after cabin to be taken off, to ascer tain the cause. Upon raising tne scuttle, a dense volume of smoke arose and filled the cabin. I then ordered the, scuttle of the fore-cabin to be raised, which gave egress to a body of smoke; on perceiving which, I ordered both scuttles to, be in stantly caulked down, to prevent, as much as ,possible, the accession of air; I now feared the attempt to extinguish the burn ing wool would be fruitless; at noon the smoke increased. Our latitude 33 27 7 south, lon...
MR. EYRE'S REPORT OF HIS EXPEDITION OVERLAND. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, Feb. 28, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 March 1839
MR. EYRE'S REPORT OF HIS EXPE- DITION OVERLAND. COLONIAL SECRETARY's OFFICE, Feb. 28, 1839. HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR has directed the following Report by Edward John Eyre, Esq., of his journey overland from New South Wales to Adelaide, to be published for general information. GEO. M. STEPHEN, Colonial Secretary. Adelaide, Feb. 23, 1839. Sir,-I have the honour to report to you, for the information of His Excellency the Governor, my second arrival in the colony of South Australia overland from Sydney with stock. My party is composed of thirteen individuals, exclusive of my self, and two boys aborigines of the Hume and Murrumbidgee rivers; and my stock consists of about one thousand sheep, about six hundred head of cattle, and four teams. We left Limestone Plains (our point of depar- ture) on the 5th December, 1838, and following the high road to Port Phillip as far as the crossing place of the Murrumbidgee, we turned down that river, to the westward, instead of following further so...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 March 1839
Extract from Captain Sturt's Report of Strange's Creek. &nbsp; The creek is approached over a flat on which there is six feet water at low tide, the creek varying in depth from two to four fathoms, and is perfectly navigable for boats, not having any shoals in it. It is nearly three miles from the entrance of it to the Para River, but is navigable for boats to within half a mile. P. S. March 1.-Since the above was written, I have had the pleasure of receiving from Mr. Lind- say (of the firm of Hindmarsh and Lindsay, sur- veyors.) who is now engaged in surveying the ex tensive tract to which my notes refer, a communi- cation, from which the following are extracts: "At daylight this morning (Thursday, Feb. 27) we entered a beautiful inlet about one hundred yards in width, having four and five fathoms inside for a distance of half a mile, where it divides into two branches, each branch having a depth of water running from two to three fathoms for some dis tance. We proceeded up...
NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 March 1839
NEWS OF THE DAY. Major Barney has, it is reported, made a calculs tion, that the water now enclosed in Mr. Bushy's tunnel, will, at the present rate of the town's consumption, last twelve months without rain. The tunnel is itself a large reservoir, to wit, six miles long. Its depth and width we cannot distinctly state, but we suppose it is equal to a six-feet cube. The French opera company of four performed on Friday night, for the second time, to a good but not a full house. The boxes and gallery were full, and the pit half full. They were much applauded. In the compass of a watch-paper, Mr W'ilson of York.-street, engraver, has embodied in a neat copper-plate engraving, the whole of our shipping signals, with all needful explanations. Inserted in the ea'e of a watch, or pasted in a pocket book, every merchant and shipping clerk, can, at all parts of the town whence the new flag-staff is dil cernible, ascertain the description of vessels signal izing. Price. Gdeach, or5s a dozen. A...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 25 March 1839
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. On Friday last, the barque Indemnity, 305 tons, Capt Roberts, from London the 11th November, with merchandise. Passengers, Messrs S & A Lyons, Mrs, Miss and Master Harris, and Mr Smith. Steerage, J Grifliths, J Daley, J Hewitt, wife and four children, — W S Deloitte, Esq, agent. Same day, the ship John Barry, 524 tons, Capt Robson, from Sheerness 17th November, with 320 male prisoners. Passengers, Lieut. Somerset, 51st Regt, Ensign Graeme, 60th Regt, Mr Spalding, of the Engineer's Department, C Francis, Esq, R N, surgeon, 30 rank and file of the 50th and 51st Regi- ments, 7 women and 7 children. Same day, the barque Lord William Bentinck, 404 tons, Capt. Crowe, from London via the Cape former port 11th Nov., latter 3rd Feb., with mer- chandise. Passengers. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and two children, Mr. Harris, Mr and Mrs. Hall, Mr. Smith, Mr. Jones and servant, Mr and Mrs. Pratt, Mrs. Pitman, Miss and Master Carne, Mr. White- head and servant, Mr....
New South Wales Wool. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 March 1839
New South Wales Wool. it [ From fhe BJRAD7ro Couzxza, Xoo. 1.1 P Any one who takes the- trouble to consult a ro oe of a reports of Agricultural meetings from the year5Oo to P 14110, will find noble chairman and others, ently t. groundieg their advice to farmers, on the o that iritein ,was the only country in the world c le of g owing avol suitable for our manufact These a parties who conceived themselves surch exsell edges p of the manufacturing properties of various wool ably in many instances without ever having ins the process in their lives, must, we apprehend. feel what a surprised at witnessing the immense quantity 0 reign is wool now consumed, and lthe pre-eerssca it obtai` over wools of English growth. Amongst the multlllitdroofs, however, of tihe fallacy of such views, we know Snone more striklngihan the fact, that what was a mergoal'n colony, a remote and unknown place of exile fort con victed pests and dregs of solety, should in the shotapace of SI years, a mere minority,...
Fire In the cellar stores of Mr. Saunders of George-street, Merchant. TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser Sydney Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 March 1839
Fire I» the cellar stores of Mr. Saunders of Geore street. Merchant. TO THE EOITOR OF TflE Sydney Monitor and ComDmercial Advertise Sydney T sesday FlR,-i just now (lf' A. ax.,) called on Firs. Bodeninrm to enquire after her health, after :he alarm of the fire which broke out in the cellar sties of Mr. Saunders, who occupies the cellar aind ground floors of the house in which that lady resiles. It appears that Mrs. Bodenham was much annged with smoke about seven o'clock in the mornng when she got up. and made euquiries as to the case, but as her own kitchen chimney always smoked is a morning when the fire was lit, she was not alarned. But when Ate smoke increased instead of subsiting, she made further enquiries, and learnt there ens a cracking noise in' Mr Saunders's cellar, and that it proceeded from Mr Saunders's men mieasuragcorn. Mrs. Bodenham not being satisfied, proceedd down stairs, and had not been there long before a lady, lodging in the house, complained of her rownt 'eing...
FOR SALE, FREIGHT, OR CHARTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 March 1839
FOR SALg, FREIOaT, OR CHARTER. Grecian for freight, or charte. Gilusora, for (reight or charter--T. Gore & Co.. asgnts. plaster, for freight or Charter-WIlis anod Co., agents. Juliet. for freightor charter; W. S. Deloitte & Co., agents Indemnili, for freight or charter. W. S. Deloitte &Co., *agents ls
LAID ON, AND SOME LOADING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 March 1839
IAID ON, AND nOME LOADIO* Acastle,A.. W. Scott, of Newcastle, agent n rmNw Andromache, for London-W.S. Delo!tte & Co., agent; Avon, for thE South Seas-Capt. Col, romnewcan at Besy, for Port Philtip, Fothertnghal, agent, Caroline, harque. lpt)~On5, for South Bse-o.0tnasWoti and ogent Carolne, brig, for London-WalkCo and Co., agens City of Edinburgh, for London, from New t5o-A. B0. Spark, agent Coloniat, for Liverpool-A. B. Smith agentd Eliza Francee w for the an.hryd Cp g Fame, for the Sooth Seas-R. Jooes &C. a Frauncis Freeling, for South Seas-ChapmanoWo es agent. Henry, for London-1elower agent. Harriet, for the fiahcry-Wellei'. agent Lady Hsecnaghton. for India, F Mitchell, agent' *Nereus,. (not yet to port) fortSouth Aust5trla-N"y Solomon. agent. . ntTtl Orient, for London, Walker & Co., agents, nt1tI *port. Parland, for London-Walker & Co. aod Otlihle~tit Co.. agents a ts, Duces co of Kent, for London, Hughes and HOaI~ agents s Lttzin, ~for ltverp...
Nearly Finished Loading. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 March 1839
Nearly" Finished Loading. Bardaster, ship, for Calc,1tta-Iu~ghe & JlitIkh( agents:., Catherine'JaftfCsonf. for London-tI MootO, aet Glenbervie, (or Londafl-MofltofiOZs &,Co. gns Instant. Peraereraeife, for Liepo-~gtraet Brornley, for New York and Londofl-C5UPbel& ý agents. ,1 M. B. Beage, forfr Port Essinton.tandC.fl 1 IIJanet Izat4 for London-Browne and Co. agentas P'erfect, for !0dia-Spark, agent
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 March 1839
DEPARTURES. On Saturday, the brig William, Thom, muter, for Launceston. On Monday last, the barqne Colombian, Captain Wakrhamn, (or Lirerpoul, with wool. Same day, the barque Potentate, Capt ldeGilchrisi, for Batavia. Yesterday, the brig Speculator, Capt. Butcher, for Launceston, with sundries. Same day, the Revenue Cutter Prince.Georg$, Capt. Roach, in search of the survivors of the wrrck of the. Despatch. (The coasting vessel Rover's Bride has ala, gone out on the sane humaaneerraud.)
Police News. MONDAY, MARCH 25TH, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 March 1839
Police News. MONDAY, MARCH 25TIs, 1839. Luke Spears, assigned to Mr. Burham. pork butcher of George-street, was charged with stealins a blue jacket and waistcoat, a brown coat, sand several pound notes, (ruin Henry Bake another pork butcher In Pitt-stieet, on Monday week last. take retired to rest about twelve o'clock on Monday night week, securing his door 0n the outside. On the fulloasog morning he otossd' that hiA door had been forced open, and the clothing taken from a box in his sleeping room. He apprised assistint chief constable Jones of the circumstances. On the Thursday following Mr. .ones apprehended the pri soner running down Bridge-street with a 'bundle containing the clothing, under his armu. lie said at first it was toiled linen which he was taking to the washes womana. Time prisoner hasd bern in the hahbt of visiting Rake and assisting bint lis busi ndss occasiunaily. The clothes were identified. The only defence the prisoner had was, that he had purchased them of a m...