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SYDNEY MONITOR [?] COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5, 1838. Nothing extenuate, nor [?] set down in malice.—SHAKESPEARE. News by the Coromandel. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 October 1838

SIDNEY MONITOR X COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5, 181.. t.thnr eratnustc,aeoreuglht set down in malice.-Saraxz :Near sby the Coromandel. *We have to apologise to our readers for the scanty portion of reading mnatter, which 'has lately distinguised some of the numbers -of this Journal. But they are aware that -the Proprietors of Newspapers" in this ·Colonv, cannot, as they do at home, send next door for an incre ee of matcriCl, when ,a steady addition of advertisements, or in crease of interesting news, require them to enlarge" their columns. It may be said, " why do you not publish 8 ipplements 'oftener,?" We reply, that having a contract cfor printing with Government, it'has lately become s") heavy, as to swallow iup all our ~neans. When. however, the "Legislative Connril shall have closed its -sittings. we shall be more at liberty, and shall then publish a Supplement. either -three times a week, or at the le sat twice. WVe shall in due time, enlarge our Journal, 'b...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 October 1838

FOR LONDON DIRECAT, S T IIE fine fast-sailingA 1 Brig ':MAR INU S," George Patterson, Commander, 4i2 tons Register, havina the greater portion of her2 argoalready engaged, will positively sail for ths abve Port in all September. For Freight on apply to WILLIAM WALKER & CO. FOR PAR-ENGERS ONITY'. TO SAIL FIRST OCTOBER, FOR LONDON. r TrH.lE fast-sailing British built Bark . " KILMAURS," - P.N. COLE, Commander, 226 tons Register, f and only three years old, has accommodation for eoly four Cabin Passengers, and will sail on or beforethe first October. For Passage only apply to the Captain, on board ; or to John Gilchrist, No. 1 Lower George.street. Sydney, 19th September, 1838. - 'TO SAIL IMMEDIATELY FOR IIOB ART T O N, a T H E superior fast-sailing c' brigantine "' ABERCROMBY," g A 1, coppered fnd copper-fastened. Fredericl t, .Crew, Commander, 150 tons burthen. For Freight or pasage apply to MONTEFIORES, BREILLAT & CO. O'Connell-,treet. September 22. 1838. Ia FORPORT P...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 October 1838

[From the SPECTATOR, June 2.] SATURDAY. -- London was agitated the whole of yesterday, by the reports of disturbances of a serious description, only quelled with a dreadful loss of life, which have occurred in the county of Kent. The narrative is as yet imperfect in some important particulars, but the following facts have been ascer- tained. A person calling himself Sir William Courtenay, but whose real name is John Thom, a native of Cornwall, and the same who rendered himself con- spicuous in the neighbourhood of Canterbury some years ago, was recently released from confinement in a lunatic asylum, where he had been placed after conviction for perjury committed by him in a smug- gling case. It was believed that Courtenay was harmless, though eccentric; and his behaviour in the asylum was composed and quiet. Since his release, he has been living with and among farm- ers, who supplied him with some money, as well as food. He-repeated his old stories of being a man of high birth, and ...

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 October 1838

PROJECTED DEPARTURES: Afar/an Watson. for Hobart Tttwn, Berssy Ihr Mioreton Bay. atnd the' Lord/ tillitum eren edi Ir .ara. thin day--the JohnI Renuuick, tfot ea't C''h/U f tais for Sperm FiIIL'y, z tnlti d/A4r/us uor LondunD to morrow. CRUISE OF H. 1t. SHIP ' CCHWAY. -This mtf *of-war arrived ap the Bay of I lands on the 13th July~, with the I? ol'nrs, and l:wllitIc (or TonliftaI't'o n tn the 9lh.the l9 Re/orh s panrtl company lor 't I River 'hamnes. The Capwuy arrived at Nulo Alofa, in Gong.itono..(ttn the 29th ot1 the same month the American. vhalei DartmioutA, Capt. Starboard, front New Bedford. wats lying there, out IS Utinlont Irwith 113;1 bll·rel The Conhoay eaied.thencc en the 3tdi tis 13, and anchored in. Port Retoge, Vaw!I,º ,on thse 70. O the pa...awU froTonlga ;oV'IVOti. torchedl. yt, beut did notE anchorlt t-je'. apace: (.irol). At. Vavoi& were this #cwerca tU tabI ' : tar??t,6 months out. clean, had lost two boats .tJheJoaldt dama., of.New Bedford, 19h mondths ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 October 1838

ARRIVALS. On Wednesday, the John M'Lellan, 588 tons, Captain McDonald, from Portsmouth the 30th May. Lading, merchandise. Cabin Passengers—Mr. Stephen Lambton, Mrs. Lambton and 2 children, Mr. Jonathan Hearder, Mr. and Mrs. Attwood and 1 child, Mr. Thomas Jones, Mr. Alfred Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis, Mr. George W. Robertson, Mrs. Robertson, Mr. Joseph Hamley, Mr. Wm. Plummer, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rees and 3 children, Mr. Thomas and Mrs. Fletcher and 3 chlldren, Miss Fletcher, Mr. James and Mrs. Kennedy and four children, Mr. Alfred Skinner, Mr. and Mrs. Graham and 2 children, and 53 steerage passengers. Same day, the ship Parland, 546 tons, Capt. Tait, from Londonderry, Loch Foyle, (Ireland), the third June, with 295 emigrants. Yesterday, H. M. ship Conway, Capt. Drinkwater Bethune, from Ovolu, one of the Feejee Islands, on the 16th September. Same day, the barque Magnet, Capt. Bruce, from New Zealand 17th September. Passengerls--Mr. Hughes and John Toewack, a Chief from the south- er...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 October 1838

NEWS OF THE DAY. TEMPERANCE MEETING-A very numnerous. and   respectable meeting was held at the Mechanics' School of Arts, Pitt-street, on Tuesday evenning, Captain Finnis the chair, for the purpose of di-   cussing the state of the Natives of the South Sea   islalnds, with regard to the effect.of Ardent Spirit need by them. Several sensible speeches were made on the occasion, and a series of resolutions   entered into, to the effect, that the influence of   civilized natives over han trinet, Irehders it imperative on ever y uovernic'tllnt to adoptlt llmeasureslt: for the welfare of the latter ; and also eKIxpressiv'e oIt the concurrence of the meeting in the late enact   mets of the aoterfnment, whic prohibit the sale or Lift of spirits to til Ahorinsnes of tills Colony. Another resolttion S:,e-serd the satisfacrion with which the M eeting viewed tilecodnect ,ofthe Queen. Chi Is,, and representative atseb...

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MARKETS. SYDNEY, OCTOBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 October 1838

M A R K E T S. 'SYDosEY, OCTOBER 5. There have been no alterations in wheat, floor, or bread, since our last. Grain generally remains firm, Vegetables are stationary, but a rise msay be looked for unless the gardens are shortly visited by rain. Fruit is scnrac. Dairy Produce, in the article of butter, enor Imonsly high, and rising ; other kinds as before. In Poultry no alteration. Butchers strongly incline to an advance, as hboth sheep and cattle fit forthe knife are be cnomingscarce, no Muttlon could be had in the Town on Thursday and Triday. Hay and Straw at an increased price. Gat ;;.-Wheat, Colonial, 6s to Ga id per bushel. IIo hart Town do. 7s.. Maize 3s to as ld; Oats, Feed, Ss; Ilolart Town. 6s 6d do.: Barley 44 9d do. Ilay AN) STRAW.-Oaten and Lucerne Hays .4I per T )t. Straw 1ls to25ss per load. VEsGSTAI;.ES.-POtalOos, ColonIal, 75 to 7S l;i Hobart Town, as togs ld; C: bbages ad to 6d each; red do, 6ld; Canliflowers Rd to Is do.; Lettulce lid do; Endive ld do ; V'egetable M...

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QUARTER SESSIONS. MONDAY, OCTOBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 October 1838

QUARTER SESSIONS. MONDAY, OcTous 1.i. Before the Chairman, Mcssrs. Campbell, Sempill and Raymond. and a military jury. Thomas Carey, formerly a- sergeant in the Sydney police stood charged with appropriating to his own use money taken-from one John Lawler, who was confiseed in the watch house, of which he bad charge, on thenight of the -T5th -July. Plea, not guilty.-Martin Conway, (a constable) called. Upon the night in question, myself and John Clifford, another constable. took a man named.Joho Lawler*to the watch-house, of.which tihe prisoner, -then a sergeant in the.Syduey police, had charge. The charge against Lawler was drunkenness. Upon entering the watch-house, his money was demanded, as is customary. by Careywhen he placed upon the tablelseveral bundlcs of notes, saying "there is twenty-sue pounds." After the man had been locked up in the cell for the night, Carey counted the money in presence of Clifford (the other con stable) and said "there is only sixteen pounds." Cliffo...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 October 1838

.iytppt~tý J nt Iitgpnrc. AIRRIVALS. OntFaiday, H. Al. Brit PIloris, P.Ceternyrle. Erq .R N. Commander, froim Cloudy Bay, New Zealand the 24th Septemnher. Same day, the bark Pochliurtonn, (whaler), under the command of the chier officer, the late unfortu iatec commander, having drowned hius elt a short time previous. On Saturday the schooner Phanir, 26 tnn% Peter Tinentan, master, from nRoatonga. the *O0h Maa. Lading, arrow root, and 1 cask of cocoa nut oil. The vessel" Palmyra and William Roger, came up the hat bonr front quarantine on Saturday. Last retning the JI'illiam the Fourth fiou Pol t M acquarie.

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 October 1838

PROJECTD IDEPARITURES. The Australian, for whaile fishery-Lord iH'il hanm Benti,ck And Joian Reowk, for Jtvn-and the Arackne, for thie Matluritus via Newcastle; this day. The. ships IVilliaes Rogers and Palmrar came up 4ron the Quarantine Station on Saturday; a frew of the' .Ptasseuageras by thie latIter vessel .wa ,till de. tained at Spring Core, not being quite iec vered. MANNING Rtlan.-A brig of 140 Tons, called. thie Lady Gippa, has been hbuilt on tinisniver by Mr. Winship, and was lIunIched about three weeks .ao. She will be in Port Jackson in ufew.days. SCauxtz o.' H.M.I3aso 4'PaoRIuS".--The ruize of this verselsihas been chiefly confined to North Jsland. of the New Zealand Group. After parting Swith H.151. Ship Cornoay at the Bay.of I slandsand visiting the RiverThames. she proceeded to Mercunry SBay. which was closeli surveyed. tihence to Tow ranga and thence, again to Cloudy Bay, where were lying a Scotclh bark, and the brig Miartha, the latter t for this port, and was to s...

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A Supplement is published with this day's No. SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8, 1838. Nothing extenuate, nor ought. set down in malice.—SHAKESPEARE. Chairman of Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 October 1838

A Spplememnt is published with this day's No. SYDNEY MONITOR CDOMMERCIAL ADVERTISER MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8, 1838. .foIar ertemssate, nor oughtL.set down ir. maalice.-SrAxx. !Chairman of -Quarter Sessions. While our contemporaries were making all kind -of noises last year, and the year before, and the-years before that, respecting the election of a Chairman of -L'arter Sessions, we could not feel the least in terest in the question, though we were amused at'the "' O P" sort of row, which our brilliant and profound brethren of -thec-quill and the composing -stick created on the occasions alluded to. Cat calls, watchmen's rattles, crycr's bells, and horns, were put in requisition in the shape of obstreperous leading articles and " paragraphs;" and while we were somewhat stunned with the uproar, we could not help smiling at the Dutch chorus which our 'lory and place-hunting *" Patriots," chaunted with -ene accord. With respect to-the election of the next Cha'r ),nan, we feel confiden...

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Police News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 October 1838

Police News,, On Monday, a man named Charles Brennan, was de tected by constable No. II of the C division, carrying off a blanket from a fence inthe rear of Mrs. Smith's premises in Regent-place, and was taken into custody. When the case came on to be heard before the Police, Brennan, with much effrontery, maintained that the blanketwashis own property, and that he had nevetbeen on the premises. Not being believed, he was committed. Tus L'TILITY or PocKRTs.-Upon a woman being dis charged from the bar of the Police on Wednesday, she made thlefollownugclalms upon the deputy chiefconstable, Mr. Jones:-" Now, 'Mr. Jones, I want two shillings, a sixpence, three penny pieces, three half-pence, a farthing, and two buttons, besides a pig's cheek and a half, a couple of sausages, and a twio pound loaf; for these were the con. tents of one of my pdckets." Mr. Jones having gathered the various articles above enumerated together, handed them over to the claimant, she wenton to observe, " Now, M...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 October 1838

Death. At his father's residence on Wednesday last, the 3rd instant, Henry Giles Blake, the infant son of Mr. Robert Blake, of Mount Shamrock.

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MR. BARING'S NEW ZEALAND BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 October 1838

MR. BARING'S -NEW ZEALAND BILL. SThe foundation of British settlements in distant landsti according to a wise and just system of colonization, mltst conduce to theanvantage of this populous and commerclal kingdom, and to the honour of her M-.Jsty'a Crown." Such is the first sentence of te preamble to the Bill intro duced last week into the House of Coninlens by yfr. Frapjict Baring. for "tthe Proyisioull r esernmeut of British sst tlements iii the lIiBndsof New Zealand." The dispositlu to emigrate to " distant lands" Increarce with the growing i... ,-c ..ýSS.." , snhltciet subsisttnce aunt cttent.e which emigiation is now carried on, was proved by the facts taken last week from Mr. Elliott's Report; which showed, moreover, that to the United States, not to the British Colonies, emigrants chiefly betake themselve. With alt our respect and fliendship for the land of Washington; Englishmen may be permitted to question the policy of compelling a race of hardy, industrious, and enterpris...

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THE KENTISH "FANATICS." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 October 1838

tHE KItNtISH "FANATiCS." The riots in Kent are scribhed to the religious fanatidism of the people; a malady, for which, M r. Wynn assured the Home o( Commons, educantion is no cure. This cqmftitahle and convenient doctrine will find very general acceptance with men of .dlr. Wynn's clas. and-enlihre. But bhefore they hug thenmselves with the notihn that the Kent 'etbrteak had simply at 1 fanatical" character, let theum con itder a few circunmstandes which tive It a worldly, quire as nomuch as a religions completion. The world to come is tkie olbjct put before the eyes of simple teligionist,. Pain and privation on earth are to be endured as the precursors of futuru felicity in heaven; scffs antd contumely are the por tion of tine helievers, who ought to rejoice therein. Such are the doctrines of tihe fanatics whose excite. went proceeds frout religion alone. But auch wa not the creed of the Illuminati in Germany, or of the FItlt:-Monarchy mren in Englandl, who were dan gerous chiefly,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 October 1838

'SALES BY AUCTION. . MIDDLE HARBOUR. .J. T. WItSOU Annouces that he has been honored with instruc tions from the Proprietor to submit to PUBLIC COI4PET'ITION, at his extensive Sale Rooms, No. 74, George-street. 'TO-MORROW. the 9th day of OCTOBER, at half-past Eleven for Twelve o'clock precisely, the undermentioned VALUABLE LAND,. C ONSISTING of Four Allotments at the MIDDLE HARBOUR OF " PORT JACKSON," and surrounded by the valuable properties of J. Terry Hughes, S. Lyons, and J. Newton, Esqrs. THE ALLOTMENTS ARE AS FOLLOW: LOT 1-24 Acres, having a frontage of 14,00 feet to the Mliddle Harbour of Port Jackson LOT 2--8 Aores,.haviug a frontage of 600 feet to ditto. LOT 12-S9 Acres, having a frontage of 5 chains to ditto. .LOT 14-8+Acres, having a frontage of 5-chains to ditto. The above Property is situated.in one of.the most delightful parts of our truly .PICT UREIlSQUE HARBOUR, the admiration of all who visit it, and the theme of ,the whole world. 'It is scarcely outvied by the BAYS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 October 1838

- R. GCLINT, ACTUAL ENGRAVER, Copperplate and Lithiographic Printer, DaArTSMAN, &c. EGS to inform the Public, that he has added to his Estabishment, a very fine collection of rquisite Machinery, and has engaged first-rate London workmen, by which the first talent is the colony concentrated on his premises, and all business isp exeuted, either with his own hands, or aundor his experienced supervislon-enauring advan tg in STALENT, TASTE, AND ECONOMY, absolutely beyond all competition in any of the SHAM AND QUACKERY SHOPS in town, where the public is victimized by the un blushing effrontery of men, who, heretofore bred to common labour, seek to gull their customers, by retending to have snddenly-miraculously-and by ispiration-without education-become En S which art is well known to require many earsof previous study and initiation, through which these Empirics have not passed. SsAts engraved on stone, brass, steel, &c. &c. Ags found, from a large collection of H...

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English Extracts. THE FATAL RIOT NEAR CANTERBURY. Canterbury, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 October 1838

English Extracts. TRHI FATAL4 RIOT NEAR CANTERBURY. Canterbury, Tuesday. I was present this morning at the inter. ;ment of the unfortu.iste man Courtenny. The body was placed in a coffin yesterday, I and orders had been given for its being screwed ldown last night. These orders t had been complied with; but it was sub sequentlv deemed prudent to have the lid f of the collin attain removed, and the face of Courteznsy exposed to public view, It >had been sungested, we understand. in a - conrtlnientionI from the Honme-Ofice, th:at it miirht perhaps be prudent, and conduce r to the preservation of the public pence, if Courenny were. buried privately by nieht, and at a distano e from the scene of all his delusions and crimes. The magistrates r upon the spot, and the farmers of the Sneighbourhood, who were aware of the frightful, height to which credulity had reached in this place, cons dered, that any such course would only help to keep alive the fanaticinsm respectitng Courtenay whic...

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South Australia PROGRESS OF DISCOVERY.—NAVIGABLE ENTRANCE TO THE MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 October 1838

South Australia fROGRESS OF DISCOVERY.-NAVIGABLE NTL'RANCE TO TEHE MURRAY. [Front the SOUrrTH AUSTRALXA, GasTTrrs. ] We learn. th:at the entrance to Lake Alex-ndrina and the River Murray from the sea, has recently been thoroughly ex plored by Captain Gill, late of the Fanny, found to be a perfectly safe and prac ticable entrance, having upwardls of three fathoms on the bar at the shallowest part. and about seven fathoajis outside, and an equatl depth inside the chainnel. Captain Gill passed out and in on several occasions wvithout diftculty in a sinall boat or ding,, there being at high water no breakers whatever in the fair way, and scarcely a tide ripple. He considlers it an easy and perfectlY safe entrance for vessels of mo Clerate tonnage, and that there is room and depth of water inside for the British navy. FEr s earn boat navigation, the passace, under any circumstances, is practicable and this fact alone is most important as ensuring direct communiaention from sea witi the i...

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Law Intelligence. SUPREME COURT. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 October 1838

Law Intelligence. SUPREME COURT. SATURDAY, OcTonsa 6. Before the three Judges, In Banco. EX-PARTE WYATT.-Cooper and Holttoolnrana:tinn to recover possession of the George-street Theatre, and ob tained a verdict. Execution was stayed on applicatiion of Mr. Wyatt to the Court, until the plaintiffs showed cause why they had not commenced an action against him as tenant of Mrs. Levey in possession. The Attorney-Gene ral and Mr. Foster now pippeared to show cause. 'They contended that Wyatt was not in possession of the pre. mises-im support of which the affidavit of Mr. James :Iolt.was read, whessrein it was stated that during the con versations.he hadl had withl Mr. Wyatt upon the subject at difterent times, it did not appear that he was in possession of-the theatre, butthat he had made a covenant with Mrs Levy to keep the theatre shut. An affidavit of Mr. Smith stated, that on going to the theatre he found It shut, and proceeding to Mrs. Levy, asked her whether she were the occupant? s...

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