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Yass. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 November 1838

Yass. Extract from a Letter dated at Murrumbid gee, the 25th October--" Your sheep look well, considering the shortness of food. The lambing   has got on very well. I shall have from 90 to 95 per cent. increase. We have had it good fall of rain since last night, and I now expect half an average crop of wheat; even at Yass. The feed is much improved since last week." Extract from another letter beyond Yass, dated 24th October ' "We have had two days heavy-rain, which did us some good, but as yet our crops are only so-so up here; the grasses are looking well, and I am happy to say our lambing goes on well."

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 November 1838

VALUAB4LE PROPERTY iFOR SALE. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, s BY T. WILLiAMS. On MONDAY next, October 15, at Twelve o'c..eck precisely, an Acre. 74 Hindley-street. next to Messrs. J. B. and S. flack's large store, without reserve, PItELIMINADIY SECTION No, 2S9; com .prising 184 Acres.-Terms, cash, This splendid property is situated about one mile front Eastern Terrace, South Adelaide, and is intersected by Hallett's Rivulet, through which water runs'the greater part of the year. The soil is most. superibr-lightly timbered, but amply suIm lient to fenlce it, the entire section. This beautiful property is match enhanced in value by its pruximity to Adelaide, and to three of the principal Squares. ALSO FOR SALE, Two half acres in North Adelaide, two in Hind marsh Town, besides a number of acles in the neighbourhood cf Adelaide. Terms, approved bills at two months. TO MECHANICS, LABOUItEItS, AND NEV. LY ARRItIVED EMIGANTS. A S all persons at present occupying the Park I~ and, will short...

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INFORMATION FOR EMIGRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 November 1838

*IN]lFOR 1ATION FOR EuIGRltNTS.. We have been favored by a much respected friend with the following extract from a letter he" h,* written homt., in answer to a request for candid information resp'cling the prospects of persons with small capital emigrating to South `Australia. From the style of our friend's communication, it will at once be seen, that he is particularly acquainted with the subject upon which he is writing; and we ,.hall add out testimony. We thank our friend for his favour, anrd we shall always be happy to give a place in our columns to any communication which may tend to elucidate the capabilities of our adopted land. "We proceed to give the extract: " You ask mý, whether with a capital of ,200 a farmer could do better here than in' Britain on "a farm at a rent of £200 ? As this is an in, portant quesiton, I, wish to give it a particular answer, and I hope that you will let my answer have all the publicity in your power, as many may be inte rested in it. - ** If a ...

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STATE OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 November 1838

STAT .OF THE COLONT. "The nasle of land in England. up to the dite of our last advicep.(June 11) ihave l.en cnnsiderahle. Since the commencemerit of the weekly sales in the colony, 9. sections, containing 7=40 acres, realising £7S40, have been di-posed of, anid the cashI paid into the Treasury.. About,2000 abreswere tendered for last week, aa;d. even nit this large amount a heavy incrcase may hr expected. Companies have been 'formed to purchase a certain amount .weekly; and -vcery thing, in short, evinces the full belief of. the 'colonists in.the value of tlie property they are thus ,acquiring. Indeed the rise in the price of preliminary sections, >uftic'iently w grrants the confidence enter tained. Fur somie of these, in no particularly ad vantageous s;tuations, eight pounds per acre .have been oliftred and .lefused. l'his is an increase in 'value of nearly fourteen hiundred per cent.; and twe should say-th?tpreeliminiary.seclotiisof. 124 asiri~s are selling- at ~crm £500 to £1-...

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HAMLET. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 November 1838

-HAMVILET. The tragcldy offlamlet, is one of the best -productions of our immortal bard ;.and so long as English poetry and dramatic genius ,shall continue to be admired by English - men, so long will this celebrated tragedy •-excite the applause of cultivated ,nind'. 'On-Saturday, the T'heatre opened with a -good house. On ''desdnay Hamlet was repeattd to ii very thin audience. We have •therefore to, ascribe the good house of. Saturday, to other causes than a wish to S-witness this splendid play; and we will add -without -mnc'h 'lualifitiation, the splendid acting of Mr. Knowles, and the superior Sacting ofMisis Winstanley ;'the t.wq chief characters w-ti?ih command the publici . .sympathies in witnessing this tragedy. -On Tuetdaw Knowles lost both his -huskiness, and the nervous exci'ement produced by t fiY Olrs't l'i,?;,rnema a s or -hlit-rotumn s`Froem · *'ngliand . his acting therefo e w;as more. cona?ilete in the ardunus and numterous scenes wvhith distinguirh this play. The "...

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ARRIVAL OF GOVERNOR GAWLER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 November 1838

-ARRIVAL OF GOVERNOR GAWLER. PrFom TIs Sourn AvaSTRLIA.u GAZrrra The Pestonjee "onlmanjee, with Governor G.swlcr. h1is family, and about 200 eluigranlts on board, or Tived in Glenelg Roads yesterday morning, nil well, ifter a pleasant prsaage of about four m,nths. The Pextonjee Bomanjee touched at 'J'eneriffe and llio. Hlis Excellency landed at Glenelg early iin the after. noon, and received the congratulations of a large ?b?,v of the Colonists, who were introduced by G. M. Stephen, E?q. the Acting Governor. On Wed -nesday, we observe. by the Government Orders,' "Colonel Gawler will formally assume the admhinistra tion of the Governnment and hold a levee sat Govern nient licuse. Reports of all sorts of clhanges are of course rife. From the private letters we have received and seen, it does not appear that there is to be any modi. dication of the powers oft lie Governor, or any altera. tion in the number of the Council. Messrs. Milor 'phett and Robert 'rod have been appointed auditor...

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REMARKS BY D—G. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 November 1838

REM1ARKS BY QED- G- . It is with no presumptuous step that we approachi this, the most subliue of all tragedies--lamlet. On the threshold, we may fancy a voice exclaiming: " Hence, avaunt! 'tis holy oaundl" But surely a production that charmed us in our youthful days-that gave a tone and colour to our thoughts which time antl riflectimn have only strengthened and confirmed-that presented to our. imnal'ination the wonders of the supernatural wor d, -that taught us the vanity and instaliilit3 of human life-and opened to us sublimer views otf the soul's imnmortality-such a production it may be no pre sntuption to eacanline. Palpable beauties are visible to evely muind : there may he others of a more re Scondite nature, that have escaped even the ,most acute and devoted ainong thle adire s aot Sbhaksprare. The plan of this tragedy has been traced by Theobald. (who, i hlie cannot lie classed aliong the i learned and ingenious, may certainly rank with the most indefatigable and indu-staio...

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The Sydney Gazette, the Australian and Mr. Justice Burton. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 November 1838

The Sydney Gazette, the Australian and Mr. Justice'Burton. l he following is an accusation brought by the Sydney Gazette against the Australian. If the latter. have a proper regard for its character, it be hoves it to get rid of the grave charge therein con tained, more' especially as it has lately professed to be a religious newspaper : :(Etract from the Sydney Gazette of the 25th inst) Now that we have explained our rei.sons for being silent en this sutject, we shall adduce a single article in ihe ut.r-.bau-not in illustration of the -hitter malignity of its conduct toward: Judge Burton for wherever His lion,,n's name is mendi'ned, there will be found abundant evidence of that.--but in proof of the entire tabsence of anything like mata nanimity or even common honesty of feeling, in The Australian's tle.atment of iMr. lBurton. When the argmenlt against the exaction of the fine itn posed last term on NMr. Catteral, (the defendant in a case- before the court) came on at the-spening o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 November 1838

WANTED DY THE UTNDERSIGNED, F I V E thousand Bushels of MANGROVE ASHES, F. J. KING. BANANAS, ON SALE at the Reduced Price of Is. 3d. per lb., or is. by taking 4 lbs. GEORGE BREllETON, George.street and No. 4 Market Buildings. FO It S.A L E. NOWV.ANDING EX EDEN AND IIOPE, A VERY SUPEIRIOR CHAItlOT, with tra?rel Sllng app'.endaue"' conplete--lnt"oice of (ilnutl's tto;es-German Silver Gnoodl-Pcrfutnryv-On) n mIen-al Clhinaware-NCotch Preserves-Hats, and Britannia Metal Goods, it the Sto,res of W. S. DE:LOITTE & CO , Lower Geit, ge-street. BANANAS, ON SALE, this fine fruit. at Is. per pound. JOHN PARTON. George-street, opposite Bank of Australia. TO GRAZIERS, BUTCHERS, MAlIICKT T GAItDENERS, DAIRYMELN, WOOD-CUT TElRS, &c. 7TO LET, Seventy Acres of Land, within 7 miles of Sydney, by the Undersigned, forseven years. SEVENTY ACRES of fine alluvial LAND, sit unate near the seven mile stone, on the Liver pool Road, running cTown to and bounded in part by Cook's River, plentif...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 November 1838

NEWS OF THE DA5Y. PORT EsssGroN..-Commissary Miller has advertised .for beef for this settlement. The bF cf if this Colony for the last twelve months has been. so. lean, that what has been salted, has no nourishment in it. The colony of Melville Island snuffered greatly by suited beef, andt also'`Mi6reton Bay. Our readers will recollect the action by the government aeainit the late 1Mr. 'Terry on this head. The pork of this colony has a b.ein cquitlly lean the last twelve months. The only meat fit for -the new -Colony of Port Essington (if the health of the settle ment have weight superior to other con siderations, great and little, which may v attend the purchase and transmission of, a beef,) is the best and fattest Irish and Eng lish salted .pork. O'CONNELL PLAINS. - Some heavy   showers fell at O'Connell Plains near Bathurst, and the district around, on Sa turday and Sunday last. At Abercrombie and Bingham, the showers continued during five days. The crops generally ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 November 1838

His Honor the Commissioner of the Court of Requests stands much in need of a book of reference. as only yesterday upon a bill being handed to him containingthe following items. he was completely at a loss ; 18 n~hIbler and 2 glasses of brandy in one day," " Nobbler ! said His Honor, , nobbler! how many glasses make a Nobbler ?" the person putting in the bill looked astonished at the sim plicity of His Honor's remauk and explained that "two nobblers make one glass." His Honor returned thanks, and made a note of the information in his book of " odds-and ends." Some nice little gimerackeries have been erected at the Polic.office within the last few days. The deposition clerk Ending that persons who were anxious for. an interview with the Bench, couldn't conveniently manage it without jostling hini, has had a small platform placed around the desk, upon which is erected a neat railing, tlirough which he has the felicity of peeping at the audience, and who wonder at the Zoological-garden....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 November 1838

SALES BY AUCTION. . F.UR-NI TUR E. J.;T. WILSON, Announces to the Newly Arrived Emigrants, that hbe hais beets honoured with Instructions by the ' xecutors of a Gsatleman deceaed, to offer by PUBLIC AU(:CTION, TO-.MORRIOW, Saturday, the 3rd of Nove~hber, at half.past ten for eleven o'clock, at his etien sive Sale-Rooms,' No. 74. George-street. SELECTION of Splendid Household Furni ture, as follow.:- Solaa Beds ind Bedding Loo acrd Carsi Tkbles Pembroke Ditto Dianing Tables Wash.hand Stands Side Boards Chairs, Cane bottom Ditto Bed.room Pianofortes Ladies' Work Tables -Writing Desks Looking Glasses Chest of Drwwers : Children's Cots, with a variety of other Goods. Terms at Sale. To Capitalists, Speculators in Land, and those in want. of a comfortable Homestead within four miles of RICHiIMOND. J. T. WILSON Announces, thathe has been instructed by the Pro prietor, to submit to Public Competition, ON TUISDAY 6'a NOVeUMBuR NEXT, At his extensive rooms, No. 74, George-street, at half-past...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 November 1838

Births       At Melbourne, Port Phillip, on the 9th ultimo, the lady of R.S.. Webb. Esq., principal Officer of Her Majesty's   Customs, of a son. On the 26th ultimo, Mrs. Gilbert Cory, of Vacey, of a son. Deaths.   At his residence, Goulburn-street, on Tuesday last, Mr. John Berry Curran, aged 47; many years clerk in the Brigade Major's Office. In Upper Pitt-street, William, the son of Arthur Kem- mis, Esq., J.P.,of Melford Vale, aged 18 months.     On the 1st instant, after a protracted illness, Edward Aspinall, Esq., in the 37th year of his age.

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HOBART TOWN MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 November 1838

HOBART TOWN MARKETS. Annexed are quttatir,os ofcurrent prices for Van Diemen's Land ptlduccsl-kils and bark are lower than -my last, so is oil and whalebone as well ai Wypol-but. my opinion is firm, that the advantageous sile of these hrticles will be maihtained here, not withstanding ocansional fluctuations in prices : I'ir seal skins, fine wigs, middling and small, 45s to 50s'each-large, middling, and small pup, 40s to 45s-black pup, 3i to 6s-minilosa hark, £3 to £11 per ton-extriact ditto, £16 to £18-ox and cow hides, 21d to 3§d pet lb-ditto horns, 35s to 50s per 443-kangaroo skins, 5d to 6d each-whale oil, pale south Sea, £28 to £29 per tun-ditto brown, £27 to £27 10c-do speritn, £81 to £82-head matter, £79 to £80-whalebone, South Sea, £125 to £130 Greenland and. Straits do, £270 to £280-cedar, duty paid; 5d to 6d per toot-wheat, Van Diemen's Land, 60s to 71s per quarter-do, beast English, 66s to 74s--i ool, 1st combing, 2s to Es 3d per lb-very supellor, 2s 3d to 2s 6d-2nd combi...

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THE "SPECULATOR'S" PRAYER FOR FAST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 November 1838

TIE "SPECULATOR'S" PRAYER FOR FAST DAY. We pray for rain sincerely, good Heaven hear our prayer, Oh, let it rait and freely, but no, exactly here Let the clouds be forthwith freighted with fertilising Fhowers; But mercifully spare this spec in wheat of ours: Yes, let It rain and freely, on the Cordillera coast, That grain may there be sixpence a bushel at the most; That our vessels thither bound may a prosperous voyage make, For wheat from Valparalio makes a profitable cake.: And should our vessels laden, to a good mart return, Our hearts, oh, most assuredly, with gratitude would burn. Should the people be dissatisfied, and grumble loud as grunters, Should their stomachs all be empty, and hungry they as hunters. 'Twlil rejoice us,'most undoubtedly, to fiud them aughtto eat, For we shall only want a guinea for a bushel of our wheat. B.

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HOBART TOWN SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 2 November 1838

HOBART TOWN SHIPPING NEWS. Oct. 17.-Arrived the ba;rque Merlin, 364 tons, DuncanThomsotr, from Greenock, 13th June, with at general cargo. Passengers, Alexander Macdounld, Geo ge Miller, James Pollock. John Paterson, Peter Sitnes, David Constable, Charles Hay, James Grim mtntid, John- Murdoch, Andrew Alexander, Daild Thomas, W. Rik. John Macidonald, A. I'Niven, Robert Mudie, and 13 others for Sydney. Oct. 17.-Arrived the brig Freak, 201 tons, J'. I. Smoult, from Calcutta 21st July, with alcargoof sugar. rice, and sundries. No passengers. The barque Renown, McLeay, from Greenock, 6th June, and Cape of Good Hope, 29th August, with a general cargo. Passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Kirkland and child, Misses McLean and Watt, Mr. and Miss Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Hill: and 2 children, Messrs. J. and R. Hamilton, Tennant, Harvey, Lang, McKinnon, Schooler, Cootes, A. and W. Simpson, Todd, McCrew, wife and child, Mary McCrew, Jean, Hannah, and Ellen Simpson. The ship Frances Henrietta, Harris, 408 tons...

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NOVEMBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 November 1838

NOVEMBER 1. William Lowry was charged with using disgusting language towards Mrs. Jones, wife of the assistant diief constible, the previous day in Kent street, and when a constable attempted to take him into custody, he struck him, and raised a stone to let fly at the head of another staff-bearer who stepped in to lend his brother tialon his assistance. Fined 203.

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Police News. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 November 1838

Police News. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30. Mary Ford complained of Mary Kellar and her daughter Catherine, fur threatening "' to blow her brains out." The daughter in defence of herself and mother,t stated, that the complainant's family were in the habit of running down her countrymen and women, the Irish, without any regard to her feelings, and that complainant's husband used to dance " Jim Crow"outin the street at night before her door, to annoy 'her. This latter circumstance was dwelt uponf with great earnestness by the defendants. Both parties were bound over to keep the peace. Miss Hamish Jones and Miss Elizabeth Reid, of Pitt street, milliners, appeared to answer the complaint of their indented apprentice, Sarah Parker, who made her appearance in charge of her aunt, who warmly contended (in addition to the complaint that defendants neglected to in. struct her niece in the art and mystery of dress-making) that her life. was actually. in danger in the service of these young ladies. 'Mr. ...

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CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 November 1838

CROWN LANDS. 'Tsai memorable speech delivered by Sir GxoRGo Grers at the breaking up of the Legislative Coun cil, on the subject of the Sovereign's rights to the soil and revenues raised by its sale, has been trea sured up by us for future use. Wishing, however. to approach the discussion with ample and authentic information, we are colle.cting such papers relating to the question as lie wjthin our reach, and must therefore beg of our readers to excuse a few days' delay. As his Excellency tells us he is now writing to the SecretdPy of State for further instructions on this head, we beg most earnestly but most respect fully, to beseech him to be extremely cautious what and how he writes, as he may rest assured his des. patch will hereafter be given to the public, and be made the subject of most rigorous criticism. He could not touch a question more fraught with im portance to the vary vitals of this community, and it will afford us heartfelt satisfaction if he so handle it, as to ena...

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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5, 1838. Nothing extenuate, nor aught set down in malice.—SHAKESPEARE. HILL COOLIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 5 November 1838

glit MONITOR S COa M1C'WCIAL ADVERTIS1R 1IONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5, 1838. xg tyreerfenuate, nor aught set dawn in maltice.-SUAxK. aiLL53 ________ HILL COOLIES. Ie gave an instance the other day of ertain 'ory and Radical Peers joining in opposition to the Government, and other Tory and 'Radicals j -ining in support of the Government. The'Irish Poor Latw Bill completely broke up the hostile, and opposed lines, and the two parties first pJingling together, pele mele, divided. into two other parties, a portion of Tories and Radicals joining the Government, and a aimaller portion opposing it. The same occurred in the new and de letable trade, very properly designated by Lord Ellenborough " the EAST In Ilan Slave Trade," when that noble Lord, to his great'honour, made common cause with Lord Brougham, in exposing: this newly.invented traffic in free men and women of colour. One of our Contemporaries is doing itself great credit in taking up this sub. ject. We are particularly happy, as i...

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