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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 31 October 1838
Abstract of Sales by Auction. The following is a List of all the Auctions whicih wtll be held between this andl our next number. THIS DAY. WILSON J. T.. at Mr. Haiper's Yard, unssex street, New Zeailanl Pine-At Itoomns, Cattle at lMena:oan, also Maiden Ewes. EVENING SALE. WILSONJ. T., at Rloonis, at 7, Large Collcction of Bouoks. TO. MORROW. WILSON J. T., at lRoonno, at II, Plate, Glasseq, Slops, Gentlemen's Apparel, HIacon, Iiamas, Brandy, Geneva WVines, &c.-After which, Artil lery Hlarness, Nailas,&c. SIMMONS I. & CO.. at Ronma, at 12, Valuable, Modern Hiusehold Furniture. SMART T W., at Rooms, at 11, French Painted Cambrics, Assorted MIlerchandise, Painters' Brnshes, Varnish. &c.-At Rooms, at 12, Sugar, Coffee. &c., ex A4go. HALL JOHN. at 11, at the " Leaping liar," Castlr reach-street, Tavern, six Horses, Furniture, &c. SOLOMON SAML., at 12, at " Davises's Hotel," S(formerly "Cramapton's,") George-street, a Bil Sliard Table, by Thu...
NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 31 October 1838
N E1VVS OF THE DAVY. a VNE SO-ssAmKINo.-We have seen a litter from a gro.er of grapes who wishes to see at wine com p'iny establisled to buy the grapes of the settlers. When grapesn fetch from one penny to sixpence per' lb., instead of from fourpence to two shlillings. us at i piCesent, it will be timne enoughl to talk of a wilnei Icompany. All the grapes in the Colony made ilnto wine would nsot support a wine company at present. I T'IE Naw COURT HOUSE AND G.oL.-Tl'he front of the former of these buildings, which is of the Grecian Dosic order of arclhitecture, is nearly finished, it will be completed long before the gaol. We are ini'ormed, however, that the whole, is expected to be finished and fit for occupation in esghteen or twenty months. The gaol is built upon the plan of Mr. Elsanm. The Custom House will be closed this dny, being I th- last day of the monoth, also on Friday, thaut day being set apart fur an general fast. CzHaluL.FATrs..-Mr. Thomas Ilynd's has re quested us to ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 31 October 1838
FOR LONDON DIRECT. A REGULAR TRADER, THEshipPLORENTIA. A.1.452 tons register, W. H. Goodwyn, R.N., Commander; has the rester part of her dead weight on hoard, and will sil with her usual punctuality; is well armed, .narries a surgeon, and has superior accommodations for Passengers. For freight or passage, apply to W. S. DELOITTE & Co., Lower George. stieet. For London Direct.._ T HE fine bark' HYGElA."' 377 tons Register, Capt. Hannah. Has the greater part of her dead weight engaged, and will iave quick despatch for the above Port. For freight or passage apply to HUGHES & HOSKING, Albion WVharf. Sydney, 22nd October,, 1838. SALES BY AUCTION. CATTLE AT M1EIVAROO. J. T. WILSON Has the pleasure to announce to 'he Graziers of New South w'ales that he has been inqtructed to bring to the hammer, THiIS DAY, Wednesday 31st instant, TWO.Hundred and Seventy Head of CATTLE as under: 70 Cows, with Calves biy their sides, or in Calf SO Heifers, from 1 to 2 years old 50 Steers, fr...
SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 31, 1838. Nothing extenuate, nor aught set down in malice.—SHAKESPEARE. THE AB-ORIGINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 31 October 1838
BSYDNEY MONITOR $ COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER WEDNESDAY MlORNING, OCTOBIER 31, 1838. Nolthing extenuate, nor aught set down in nalice.--SUAE E IrKARE. IlHE AB-ORIGINES. TVhen the'late Dr. Wardell, in his news linper the Australian, advised measures .against theblacks of revenge and slaughter, we raised our voice against him and hii advice, in which we received the support of the Attorney-General of thiat day, Mr. Saxe littnnister, a gentleman iwhose studious habits, gentlemanly manners, and firm conduct in everything he considetred con slitutionail and just, rendered him respected by every.good man in New South WVales ` 'hen Lieutenant allowed his tioopers. nfter capturing a b'ack, to. tie him into a tree near his lodging, at Hunter's River, and fire at him at their leisure with bail till.he died, we commented with indig" nation oin the neelect of the Crown Prose cutor pcrmitting the trial of the onliver in question to come on, without ithe-atrend ance of the wi'nesses. The trial was al -...
Rations of Convicts. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 31 October 1838
Rations of Convicts. Souse miserable grazier or settler, who we suppose has more convict servants than he can afford to feed, has proposed to reduce the rations of flour and wheat to convict field labourers, without substituting any otlher food. The editor of the Sydney Herald has written a very creditablc commentary on this pro posal. He says he sees no reason why, because of the dearness of flour, that convict field labourers should be the first, and only description of men in the colony, who are to be stinted in their food. We join heartily with the editor of the Sydney Herald on this point, and think it goes much to re- deem his late severity of expression towards the Ab- origines There seems to besomething good at the bottom of the editor's principles. We see no objection to sulbstitute for wheaten fluur othcr flour or eveg potatoes; but the writer in question proposes no substitute. For such omis sion, h deserves to have his convict servants taken &nbsp; from him, and ...
Original Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 31 October 1838
Original Correspondence. TO TILE EDITOR OF TILE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. SmR.-Observing in your journal of the 29th inst., I think it but justice to the parties whose names are an article copied from the Sydney Gazette of the 27th inst., under the head 'Convict Discipline Perverted,' mixed up with the transaction, to lay the real facts of tihe case before you. A tradesman, an assigned servant to Mr. Phillips of George-street, cabinet maker, was some time since conmnitted for a bur glary in the dwelling-house of Mr. Isler, at which time a very large quantity of cloth was stolen; and up to the present time, no clue to the property stolen has been discovered. Mr. Jones, the assistant Chief Constable, considered that the receiver of the property might be found amongst the parties who visited the man in Jail,and finding that Mr. Phillip's servant, William Eart, was in the habit of visiting the prisoner, and with cooked victuals, he took him into custody for "disorderly c...
THE ARRIVAL OF HIS EXCELLENCY COLONEL GAWLER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 November 1838
THE AHRRIVAL OF H- lS EXCELLENCY COLONEL GAWLER. (From the SouTttvte AUSTRALIAN ) The Pesoonjee Domanjee anchered yesterday in -ioldfast ltasy, with His Excellency and suite on board. The Surry with emigrants and passengers, came in on the preceding evening. Se announce with pleasure, that Mr. Gouger, MJi.. M?ann, and Mr. iBrwn, will resume their respective offces, and that the Commissioners view with indignation and disgust, the system of miiu-le that has hitherto characterised the admiistration of the Government authority in this province. The office of Judge remains open, as we have before stated, until the arrival in England of Mr. Gouger, and the despatches by hinm shall halve enabled the Commissioners to frm an opinion of the true state of the colony at the time Lf his de pat ture. The nuthority vcsted int Mr. Fisher as Colonial Comn:nisrioner, is withdrawn; and his appointment as Registrar, is to be in abeyance until an enquiry into his conduct has been made. This has uoigi. ...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 November 1838
SOUTH. AUSTRAlEA. WVe extract .the following from the S~ulthern deturalian of the' 1:3th October, and the South Australian Gazelle of same 4ate : ADL?ATDEPRICB CURR~NT R. t. d. £. a. d. :Ale, London, P' hhd ..... 9 0 O0 to 10 0-0 Ditto, Ahbby. barrel.:...... 8 10 0 - 9 0 0 Ditto, bottled, Dunbar's ' ' - dozen.......... .......0 16 0- 0 19 0 Ditto, Culonil,'in, ]hhds.....7 0 -- 7 10 0 Puoter, London, ' hhd.... 9 0 0 -10 0 0 Ditto, in bottles, '' doz..:. 0 16- 0 - 0 19 0 Pitto, Colonial,.tn.hhds...... 5 10 0 - 6 0 0 -Beef..fresh, ILt.. ... ..0 1 0 Mlutton, ditto......,...... 0 1 0 -Butter, ditto... ........... 0 4 0 Ditto, salt, ' lb............ 0 2 11 - 0 2. 9 •Coffee, 'PI? ordinary......... 0 0 11 - 0 1 1 Ditto, Mlocha...........2 1 - . 0 1 -Cbeese, ?' lb English......... 0 2 O - 0 2 3 Ditto, Colonial......... 0 1 0 - 0 1 .8 "Cigars, P' 1000, (in sboid) 1 10 0 - 2 10 0 Raisins, P'.tlb ............. 0-0 8 -0 0 10 '-Currants, ditto............... 0 1 4 - 0 1 9 Candles. moulds, ditto.....
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 November 1838
EXPORTS. Sperm Whale, per ton : .. 60 o 0 Black . 20 0 0 J1,x--pcr ton New Zealand, ronunh . . o fine .. . 20 0 0 Blue Glum, per load ..... 2 1I 0 a 0 0 Cedar, per foot.. .. 0 a 0 O Sa Treenalie, per thonsand . 2 0 0 3 0 Hides. snlted, per lb. . 0 0 2 Beef (Colonial).. . .. 0 0 4 Pork (ditto) .... ..0 00 7 Flour, per 100 lhs ...... 0 1 3 0 Soap. per lb (Coloninal) .. 0 0 4 Candles .... . .. 0 0 6 heat . .... .. 3 3 0 o. Maize ....... ** .. . s 0 3• 6
Sydney Wholesale Price Current. November 1, 1833. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 November 1838
oSyiiey.hblesale Price Current. N?ouve?ber 1, 1833. I3 PORTS. 1Rump, proof. to 30 O.P. 0 4-t 0 6 6 iody . " . . 0 ou 4 s GlnPl ". .. - 4 5 TOBACCO- ar lb0 *0 a 2 0 NegrShd, ** ..* 0 1 8 0 1 10 SUo1a?ntitus, fine, per ton "- 2 0 0 0 o Brown . . ".. 0 " 0 Rei.ned, pe b 0 a 0 1 o Co)rra .* COTl· . .. 3. ASoachong, per chest . .. - 0 0 Hyson.sk ox... . ... 2 0 1ysoo, perbox.......... R EIastIndia, Patna, perbag 1.. 10 0 E. n'- Java ., .. - . 0 Srnc9s. lper 'i. . 0 0 3 0 0 4 pper, per b .. .. 0 0 0 3 Cloves ,, . Caps ' .. .... .. 00 4 Smyrna .... ... 0 4 W1"JBs-( v w -OOd) * " o Sherr, per pipe. 5 0 0 0 0 0 .25 0,0 4500 Mfadeira ... . ..... . 0 0 0 0 a Teneriffe .. . .3 00 60 0 0 port0 0 0 cape . * .. .. (In bottle)-00 Champagne, per dozen .. a o 0 0 Its 0 Claret . . 0 0 110 0 Mladelra .. . " ... 1 I 7 6 Sherry .." .. ..... 1 5 0 1 10 0 Port ,o ... .. oTlor's, per hhd .. 5 10 0 Other Brewers'. . 5 10 0 Bottled, per dozen ...... a 1i 0 jiz-Burton, pe barrel .... 1o 0 Elliot's. per hhd ......
HILL COOLIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 November 1838
=HILL COOLIES. WVe" believe we arevwarranted in assuring those of our settlers who look to India for a- supply of lirbour,. that they have no time to lose; indeed, even-now, we believe they will find themselves a day too late for the fair. The manner in which Cooly expor 'tation has been carried on, has attracted the attention and excit' d the indignation of the Indi n public. The kidnappers, as .they are called, vwhether deservedly or not, :we caunot pretend to say, have been ?attacked by the press. and as the press "appears to be supported by the public, we think we-may safely-quote the Cooly trade as past. A Bengal Herald of July last, -has an article~on this suhject which we ehall publish, as it will tend to justify the estimate we have formed as to the dlura .bilily of this not very improved variation .of the slave trade. gh
SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER FRIDAY, MORNING, NOVEMBER 2, 1838. Nothing extenuate, nor aught set down in malice.—SHAKESPEARE. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 November 1838
OYDNEY MONITOR , COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER FRIDAY MIORNING, NOVEMBER 2, 1838. -,othig ealenuate, nor aught set downn in maliee.--SuAxs. ,SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Our last page is occupied chiefly with -Ihe affair~ and business of South Australia. as the 'same appears in the best auirror of the times, namely, theadvertemenlts of the -umerchants and traders and auctioneers of Adelaide. We ýhave also appended a few remarks in.the-shape of a leading ariicle, which, fromnaccident has been placed under the Adelaide news, in lieu of being in this page. We call the attention of our readers to the rzhole, recomnmending them to miss •reading-no. part.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 November 1838
Abstract of Sales by Auction. The following is a List of'all the Auctiofn" w.*viclh wall be held beltween this and our next nunmbar. TO.MORROW. . WILSON J. T., at Rooms, at 1i, Firniture. lam., SN lM ONS I. &Co ,at Roow"ul, at I1 ugatr, Tobacco, .Winesa, Hops, blerclhanidle, -&'aeur S AIRTT. W;$ at the Cattle t1tarket, at l2, p Colts a.?d Filliei. -*; '· .
LAUNCESTON SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 November 1838
LAUNCESTON SHJP NEWS. The barque Lotus, Gore, from London; thebrig WYilliam, "'lnTom, from Sydney; the bri. HenI", from Port Phillip , the brig Siren, fr, ot sydney, e, Port Phillip ; and schooners perseverance and En terprize from, Port Phillip, had arrived. but we have not the report from the Custuons; we shall insert it next week.
DEPARTURES. None. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 November 1838
DEPARTURES. - None. .PROJECTED DEPARTURES. `F/llcy for Calcattd; and Rojahl for Java, this day--B, omlteys for New Zealand 3rd ini v.this for Norfolk Island, antI Ludya Fitzherbert for Mari. tis, 7th inist.--larian IVataort for Hobart Town. Kate for Port Phillip, and Alerope for Twowhn Bay, 10,th inst.-Drgade Lhond,,, 20th inst,.fd rentia ditto, 25th-Lady nlary Pel?am sout; Anu. tralia, lth--Cape Pucket hisery, [lth-DesapatcA Mauridtius, 14th. NEws PEa scioowns SPECULAToR..-This essel is last from Cape Stevens, New Zealand, at.whichb place she filled up The Janet ILzat, left Cloudy Bay for Queen Charlotts's SQuad to take in oil at the same time with the schooner. We receivedj-ia telligence by this vessel, as by every other source, of the ill-success of the whaling gangs ; the seassa being nearly closed, they may be shortly expected. She brings about 4 tons of whalebone, if tons Pork, 3 tons 'ota'oes, ,&c.-Messrs Guard add-Catle;t agents and owners. y, Our neighboars, the Por...
South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 November 1838
South Australia. We refer our readers above, for news from the init:,resting and flourishing Co lony and town of A.lelide. We .hare se!ected a number of advertisemnents front the Adelaide newspapers, as containintr inforoation which. could not be conve:ed to our renders in any form so com plete and satisfactory as in this form, even if the contents were, enlarged. in a con tinuous de?.cription. The c Jony of New South Wales haz been highly esteemed by intending ini . grunts, as the muos Brilish under the Crown. And so hitherto it has been. But it is now no longer so. South Australia, whateser be. its dis:dvantages in some respects (its paucity of'n'utlber1, and of live stock for instance.; though these are well compensated by land.; land of the best qualdty ; land prox,cmate to the ecipital ;) possesses this advantage.oter New South WVales, thlt., it is. purely British.; slavery exists therefinino shape. form,,or image.; the - new colony is. empha:icallyfree ; free almost in -a Repu...
Markets. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1. WHEAT AND FLOUR AT THE MILLS, YESTERDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 November 1838
VMarkets. I'IUn.sDAY, NOVEMBER 1. WHEAT AND FLOUR AT THE MILLS, YES TERID.V. An advance, riutlce 'ur hI.r, has taken place, of £I in itec'ill., and £2 in ration flour, by the ton ot 20001hs. F.ne j'Flour remain as ts efore. Fint' fl ur, per 100lh.. ................... 1 3 0 Secotl ditro per ditto ..................1 1 0 Itation ditto, per ditto.................. O 18 0 W H EAT. Colonial, per hllshel .................. 7 3 Van Diemnu'.s Land ..... ............ 0 7 I1St: UIT. No. I, per w. ........................ 1 10 0 No. 2, per ditt ........................ 1 5 0 B?ran, per buaihel of 20ib .... ............ 0 2 0 MlAIZ(. P, cergieen to the Grower. Best quality, per ln-hel ................. 0 3 6 Inferior ditty, per ditto................... O 3 4 Retail Priceis. Best quality, per bu he"l. ................. 0 4 0 Second ditto, per ditto ........ ...;....... 0 3 10 ('O()l,IIAL TOBACCO.( Priear to Settlersin Leaf. First quality, per tl .............. ....... 0 9 Sccnd ditto, per ditto...