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NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 29 October 1838

NE-VS- OF-. IH E DAY. Ta?rat.-The ee heatr'i-opened on' Saturpilay with: the tsagedy of '-Hamlet;' -.Mr. lKrowleis, on his entra, was greeted with a long and most hearty welcomne. We were.gladi tosace the talents of this actor appreciated, by this maik of the pubilic satn. faction at his return. The "death of Miss Douglas is'tiill` to be regretied by all friend.?of the dramn , for"she: had' dramatic' geniui. 'Sbhe":vas to our coiolniuil, thlletrzcialgirwhat Knolscl used to be, -=ld will lic~tatini nar~iclif the first inf tragedy. li-? Winstanley however has 'also ge iu" aendl Ihrr Ophllia. iirs Saturday, :wjuld caicely - have been excelle.l by Miss: Douglas. fur OphlIlia is perhaps too femninine fr the .st)le, of the laUer actress. : Tlhe play.of 'ilnluct' cannot be pas?rs-d over vith a:few short general -renaiski, )ike lcopnmoo s Irtcs..? Hanllt let' isrthe play of panHs, equalled only by ':Macbeth." We shall give out criticisnts ill our next lnuilhbr. Sttfice it to say, the traged...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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Convict Discipline Perverted. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 29 October 1838

Convict Discipline Peverted   Mr Jones, the Assistant Chief Constalem having received iunformation that an assigned servant of   of Mr Phillips of George-street, cabinet-maker, was in the habit of visiting a fellow servant in the goal, under committal for a burglary in the house of Mrs Jones and taking him cooked victuals and being anx-     ious as a large quantity of the stolen goods had not been recoved, to lay hold of any possible clue as to the truth of the transaction, thought it his duty to take him into cusody for disorderly conduct.   The prisoner's name is William Hart. When taken into custody, he acknowledegd that he had been in the habit of carrying his fellow servant victuals, but   he confirmed that his mistress was cognisant of, and approved the transaction. When he was put to   the bar of the Police Office on Thursday, Mr. Phil lips was in attendance, and stated, that he had given the prisoner express or...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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FREIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 31 October 1838

FIREIGHTS. To London-Wool, 1id peIr lt-ril, old tone-srve, S£4 10. to £4 15s per turn-timber, £5 10: per load-fl.ix, £(i per tun. To Liverpool-Ditto ditto. T' Hobart Town and Liiunceston-£1 5s to £1 ]O0 per ton. To Swn Itiver-£I 10s to £2 per ton. To New Zealand and South Sde Islands--£2 to £2 10s iper ton.

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SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 31 October 1838

SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. Stock on hand tl,'20ih instant-B. P. rnn,89,353 p:llu is-brandy, 10,068 gallons-gin, 24,459 gallons -,tler spirits, 9,930 galltons. Fig and Cavendish tolbacco, 72.834 pIounds -lBrazil ditrto, 13,710 prounds unananuf actured ditto. 17,427 pounds-cigars,32,391 poundl.-nuttf , 2,67; poundts. leceived during the week-Il, P. rinn, nil hrandy. 50 callowtt-gin, 800 gallons-other "pih it<, nil. Fi, and Cavendi-Ii tobacco,, 2,864 poutds Brazil ditto, nil-um.,nufactuaed dit', nil-cigars, 349 pounds--nuIf, til. l)elivertud tor hiome conum in ption-11. P. tuIn, 2,283 gallons-h andy. 785 eull.,nins,-gin, 490 .allouns -other spirits, tail. Figi and Cavendishl tubaucco,934 poundr-lrazil ditto, nil-onmttanufactured ditto, nil-ci are, 509 pounils-snilF nil. Delivered thr expl tation- I. 1P. urtn, 141 gallons -brandy, 81 gallolns-in, nil-other spi its. 165 g llons. Fig and Coentli-hi riobaicco, 4,)023 pounds Ilizilditto, nil-unmannufactuied ditto, nil-cigars, nil-,naff...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 31 October 1838

DEPAIRTURES, On Zn1 nnday, the II-llium the Fourth, for P Y day. e Z dthe l rqun, Andrn;masterr New--L-~ Ztaai..,a~r o

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 31 October 1838

PIROJECTED DEPARTiiRFS, The Felicity. for Calcutta, the )fjal foSara and the /Ion4'aridtke, for ,Olanillhi, thl, day , Lay FI" zhaer'berv, foir Mlnuritius, 7th No'erlhar IJrpade, rot Lindi n, on the 11th ditto. i didy.aiary eP/stamt, for Sou h Austrdlia,the 1b diion. The Dispaech, for Mauritius, on the 1iiie6 dy. Pasiengaess by the Slrerne, for the say of Iland A a Wit. Filher, Charles Duval, Cathtarine Connor andl Warren Ken r. Paiseugerrs bly thle CGirrency Lass far New Z0. bud,JMr Graarintl; Mr.1II. Siamcer, 1ur. 5.Sa'meai Ai. J. F'itasen. Passengers by the John Pierie for tnuth Anoral, Mr itud M ria Sharp, Allos Tilaiuor. Mli.s .Taylor \1 r. Finnis. ir. P. Skinner cid femalrervant. Passenceri.s by thle Letiiae fior trlh ege erb.i lind It Al. 1. .Calvert aiidl Loclv, It . Oar. Hunt art Ladly, ier. Alr. Joagar and [Ifty. Steerage, Ju:erph Ries. C. 13. 1Wilsoa, Super Cairgo. Passsineers by thie r'amurden, fill- toith Sea hland Rev. AIr. W illiam. W Lady,e and Child. 1ev.$h.D and La...

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Police News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 31 October 1838

Police Nlews. On Friday, a Ticket of.L'avc man named Jcames Ward, arrived in Sydney fronu Invermein, to settle some busines' wVith Mr. Smith. the butcher. In the course of the afternoon of that day, he called at the house of James 1..yle in Liverpoul-htreet, and being unwell, laid himself down to sleeion asofa. There were two vwomen in the housc at the time. Upon awaking, he found his jacket and neck-hamndkerchief gone, together with about thirty shillings in silver. He gave information to the police, and on Saturday a man named MNIKenna, gave information to MAir. Inspector [ILyle, that a jacket had been left with hilm by M'Nalty the pugilist, who vwanted him to advance a guinea upon it; he declinied giving him any money, but Ihad allowed him to have soni loaves upon account. Mr. IHoyle gave &IIKenna direc tions to let him knovw whenC any one should call fur the jacket, and eccordingly. upon a mant named Denis WVood asking for it, hIe was taken into custody, tog tier with Ml...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 31 October 1838

,'ITEIRARY PROPElETY.....Thc manurCriptof" R-O lnon Crusoue" ran through the whole trade, and no one would print it The bookseller who at lust bdiught it, clcared 1000 guatcas by .it. " [lurln's JusticE" was disposrd of by-its aurthor for a nmere trifle, as well as Buchau's Doi metic Medicine," bnoth of whlich yield immense incomes. The" Vinar of Waktfield, the most delightful novel in our la~nguaige," was sold for n few pounds; and aMias llura.ey's " Evelina" produced only five guinens. I)r. J.husrn fixed the price of his "* Lives of the Poirts" at 200 guineas, by which the booksellersin the course of a few eatscleared £25,000. Tonion, aid all his family. rode in their carriage with the profits of thie five pound epic of Miltci Th'le cOpy right b4 ' Vy.e's Spelling Book" usold for 2,000 guiniea?.

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The Catholics. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 31 October 1838

The Catholics* It still continues to be whispered, that the patience of the Cautholics begins to wane, and that they again feel urged to resort to a catholic news paper or other periodical. to vindicate their body froin the insolence and falsehoods of the bigoted portion of the Sydney press. We hope, for the honour of the catholies, as well as for their interests, that Bishop Poulding, his clergy, and the elders of his flocks, will continue to ' possess their souls in patience," and persevere in " well doing" thereby putting to silence ulti mately, " the ignorance of foolish nmen.t' Let them call to mind the magnanimous and really politic advice of cur common Saviour, name ly, that when we are reviled, we should not revile again; and that when we suflfer, we lhould not thrtaten; and that when we aire smitten or de franudd, we should not resist. "If'this advice cannot bIe acted upon liierally, arnd,at all times, it lhas been hithernto acted upon by the Cautholics of New South Wales; ...

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THE FOLLOWING WERE THE PRICES AT THE MILLS YESTERDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 31 October 1838

THE FOLLOWING WERE THE PRICES AT TIHE MILLS YESTERDAY. Fine Flour,...... 23s. Serond ditto,...... 20s. per 100lbs. RItion dio, ...... 16. J Culonini W'.'hezit ... 7s V. D. L iid *lit:o, 74. 6d per bushel. Bran............ e2s. J

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South Australia [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 31 October 1838

South Australia We have been favoured with the sight of the Southern, Australian of the 13th October, and the Sotuts Australian Guzette of saie date. It is reportrd that Capt. Stuit has ascertained that his frst impression. namely. that no navigaible out. let from Lake Alexandrla Intit the Sea existeil, is correct. Capt. .'s pirivate letters, we learn, extol thenew coti.Ry is a ipo~prOciiUY tnd th riyti settle iment't in all respects. The new Governir, (Col. G(.atber) anr edl at Adelaid in the Pe.svuedee bow. aujee. on the 12th Octoher, together with 200 lemi urants. The Surrey art ived tie day hefore with 300. The colony vwats m.nthly receiving freshl accessh'n trt numbers, anti capital nith/ly. Ever; thing seems to prosper with this new and most interesting' British settlement, full of virtue, peace, and prosperity, and never likely to be brought low, by eith-*r flouds or droughts. The NFCus, ftr om this pom t. arrived at Adelaide on the 11th October, anud theLudy Emra, fIotm Laau...

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Party Spirit. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 31 October 1838

Party Spirit. Questions of the greatest national importance sometimes arise in Parliament, on which the Tories and IRadicals mingle together. On the Irish Poor Bill, for instance, Lord Brougham and Earl Fitz willam, and other Iladicals, oppose the Bill and the Govcrnment ; while the Duke of Wellington, Lord Wyitford, and others, snpport the Bill and the Go. vernment. The follovwiilgspeech is most creditable to the heart and head of the latter: *r Lord Wynford was very strongly opnnsed to the views taken by the noble earl (Fitzwillmns) on this subject. Hie considered that a man who was in a state of destitution arisinz from his inability to obtain employment had as much right to ask for relief as the peison whlose destitution was occasioned by physical infirmity or old age; lie, therefore, trusted that the government would be consistent, and wvould adhere to the system they had already pro posed. If they were, lie should have great satis faction in voting with tlhem on this occasion....

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RATES OF INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 31 October 1838

RATES OF INsUIIANCE. London nud iverpool-2.& to 3 i.eCL cLnt. Hobart Town-I per cent. Launcestoni-li pIerl cenft. Swaii Itiver-4 per cent. New Ztiialund-t. per cent. Southi Sea I-landa-2 Ier cent.

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 31 October 1838

DIARY. MIEMORANDUM FOR TILE ENSUING WEEK. I High1 Water, 5 15 A. 53.- 5 43 Y. aM. 1 I High Water, 6 12 A. M.- 6 46 p. a:. -2 I High Water, 7 13 A. 1.- 7 4 P. Mr. Full 1loon-30m. past 10 A. M. 3 I High Water, 8 10 A. nsL- 8 36 .. m. 4 1 High Water, 8 56 A. s.- 9 10 p. M. 5 1 High Water, 9 30 A. 1.- 9 50 r. M. O I High Water, 10 5 A. An.- 10 25 P. 5M. Sun rtser, 15w. past 5.- Sets 45m. past 6.

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Weekly Meteorological Table. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &c. &c.—TAKEN AT 9 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 6 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 31 October 1838

mililfc ttet rtroraogi raI gable. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &C. &C.-TAKEN AT 9 IN TIIE xIORNIN,o 12 AT NOON. AND 6 IN TIIE EV.NING RPSPECTI% CEY. WIEDNESDAY 31. 63 71 68 NE C1 -r TURADAY.. 1.. 68 74 66 NE Cloudy FRInDAY ..... 2.. 60 64 60 SW Windy BSATURDuAY.. 3.. 68 74 68 SE Clear SUNDAY..... 4.. 60 64 61 SW Windy MIONDAY... 5.. 54 70 66 NI Clear TUESDAY.... 6.. 58 73 68. NE d;ito Mean Temp. 660

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 31 October 1838

Births. At Glendon, on the 20th instant, the Lady of Helenus Scott, Esquire, of a son.       At Launceston, on the 2nd instant, Mrs. John Cape of a son.       Death. At Hinton, Hunter's River, on the 22nd instant, Henry Curtis, the only son of Captain John James,   after two days' illness, aged two years.   Shipping Intelligence.     ARRIVALS. On Monday the schooner Kate, 65 Tons, Bain- bridge master, fromn Port Phillip the 21st instant, in ballast. Passengers. cabin, J. Bowerman, Esq., and   Mr. Urquhart. Steerage, two constables with five   convits in custody.     Same day, the brig Martha, 120 Tons, Hayes, master, from Cloudy Bay, New Zealand. Lading 70 Tons Black Oil, and three tons Whalebone. Same day, the barque Hope, 273 Tons, Captain Arthur Devlin, from South Australia the 2nd and Portland Bay, t...

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SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON. Weekly Report, to Wednesday, Oct. 24th, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 31 October 1838

$[TUATI()N OF SHIPPING IN THE iAi,1O0R OF PORT JACK ON.:: --" ' IFee/.yl Report, to Wednesadei, Oct. 241A;i&38 ARGO, hric,-Bhilini,, nai tsr--DdWS,. .A ie' MoNri'.r Wharf, refitting Caopbeg IIEADLE, H. M 13., Catptain Wirkhaw?,. & Cio. aarrix'itt-in Cove ri·fittinl ,. BR ºIM LEYS, Ilig--Knot, aatvtc-=Qu ih~lii rgeý di-cllir~gine, Cam~lp ell's Whairf wier CAPE PACKhET, bark (Whaler)- JXW)r; h P. do Niestre, aLent -in Cove, refittiAng. i . CALCUTTA, ship--tIrown,,ua~wr-iu~arcam, fitting fair Ilnbi. CiERN A JIVIN, bark,. Irving, nteI, Pt a' Wharf. di-chiisuur e tg rrk CORO.%IANI)EL,ishil, Neal. niiiteC4 «A aglents-off the~ir wharfl resrttll g 1'N; N Ld h DEPA hr .ark, 'Volod, master, in Core, re frttine for Mauritis. DRYADE, ship, Heard, master. P WV Flower agent -Inadin:! for Landon, iii D.i lini 11 rtour. ELIZABETIH, barrk, Hanll matelr, `rtnret, aSmrent Grn e'. wh arf, iondinet 'oi N-w Zeal.aInitl EDEN, shipi, Nohle iia-ter, 0. Porter & Co. agents, at Mloorr'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 31 October 1838

LAD [ES' B ATHS. T. RO/1INSON AS the pleasure to inform the Ladies of Syd ney and its vicinity, that he has at length completed the Ladies' Floating Bath, upon which he has spared no expense to render it convenient and comfortable for that most delightful and healthy recreation. The Baths will be opened for inspec tion on the 29th instant. Cards can be had and full particulars known at T. R's residence, next door to C. & F. Wilson's, George-street, Sydney. N. B -T. Robinson did intend having the Gen tlemen's Bath finished as soon as the above, but finds he shall not be able for two or three weeks. September 24), 1838. Emigrant Agency for Hill Coolies. W. E. BROWNE, ANY Years in the Honorable E. I. Com pany's Service, and now Aent at Calcutta. will undertake to procure Hill Coolies, for parties requiring them;, at the same comparative rate as he has already sent them to Mauritins. For particulars of expenses, &a., apply to Messrs. John Lord and Co; or, W. J. Browne, a...

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FREE LABOUR. PUNISHMENT OF BREACH OF AGREEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 31 October 1838

FREE LABOUR. PUNISHMIENT OF BRltEACH OF AGREEMENT. Extract fromn a letter, dated Gund.erno, August 17: -"' When I came op Ihere all was hairren; the heavens were as brass; not the slighitest vegetation. Cattle were lying dead on the roads, or drowned in the water-holes, wihere they had crawled, and whence they couldt not extricate themselves, fronm their weakness. W\e have had, however, three days of hountiful rain, and the ciountry assumes a far different appearance. The late wheats promise a fair avrerage crop, and the eloonv forebodings of the settler- are partially di-pelled. You will see, by the enclosed advertisement, toy fr:ee men have inearly all ab-conded. All the settlers feel, that nsonme .legisla tive enactmentt is absolutely necessary to check the crowing eril. -hells, Jaitoi-o. andi other, have all been treated in the same way. Tihe free men set into the master's debt, and when the lbusy season atne louche they abscond aid tgeit advanced waes. I fear'I shaltlhave no It...

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MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 31 October 1838

aurs`VIr mUrx PAazwo. One bundle of asparagus, bsisiting of 110 beads, Weiglhing twenty-eight pounds, was purchased in " Convent Garden, a few days since, for the royal table. A deputy being asked if he believed'in the conversion of Prince Talleyrand, replied.-." Ibe lieve in no conversion, not even in that of the Five per Cents." Erskine, in 1706, in the height of his -career, told Wilberforce that he had then thirty lsi retainers off his ciecuit, at 00 guineas each. 'Two large male tygers have betn l'afely deposited in the Zoological Gardens, Regent's Park. The society are in expectation of receiving a chimpanzee and hippopotamus from the banks of the Gambia. Sir F. B. Watson, Mblaster of the Queen's House hold, has resigned, and is to 'be aucceeded by the Ion. C. A..Murray, bother to tihe Earl of Dun. unore. No trace of the Aberdeen Bank robbers, or `the. property taken, has yet been discovered. During the first week the number of passengers -who paid on the London and Southampto...

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