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MANIFESTS. IMPORTS. Reports from the 29th ultimo to the 6th inst., inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 October 1838

I1 A I FIEST''S. 1M P1R 1i'S. Reports from the 29th ultimo to ithe -6th set., in clusive. October 1-Ir'G CI A (barItque,) 377 tons, Han nab,.n master..frtom Liverpool via Hobart Town, As .pinall, Irowse & Co. agents- 3 casks figs, 18 casks raisins, .756 bushels oats, 2 cases hardware, A. M*Gaa.&4 Co; 1 box apparel, 1 case haberdashery, W Hinccliffe; 4 bales cottons, Marsden 4 Flow. er; 20 boxes tobacco pipes, 6 bales cotton yarn, 3 boxes paper, 7casks oat meal, 18 mill -stones,J Gil.. christ; 14cases 1 :bale cottons, 20 boxes copper, 2 casks nails, 2 cases, -, 520 boxes glass, Aspinatl, Browne 8< Co; 4 cases woollens, 3 cases apparel, J. Whitehead; 60 barrels pork, A B Smith Sr Co; 1 truss small wares, 2 tons rod iron, 1 cask 6 bags blails, 4hundles measures, 1 case 3 casks hardware, I bulestationery, 2' Smith; 1 hatrel tools, Frala eIcr; 8 cases cheese, 1 case pickles, 4 tierces hams, J Holdsworlh; .3 casks earthenware, A B Spark; 1 case apothecary, Campb...

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

Abstract of Sales by Auction. THIS DAY. SIMMONS, I. & Co.-at Messrs Paul's Store, FA uit, WVine, &c. SOLOMON, M.-at Rooms, Farms near Liverpoo lond, Land near Bankstown. H EIIBLEW I ITE-a-ut Rooms at II .WearingAppar.el, Wines, Pouatoes, Merchandise, &c. TO-MORROW. POLACIK, A.-ant Hazaar, at 12, Farm at Castle Hill, 103 acres at Doural. WILSON, J. T.-at Rooms, at 12, Allotments Land at Middle Harbour. WTANTED, by the Aistralian Agricultural Company, at Stroud, Port Stephens, Twelve good SHEARERS. Parties desirous of engaging will address themselves to Messrs. Ed wards and Hunter, Fort street, Sydnry; or to Mr. James Cox, Union Inn, Maitland; where further -particulars can be obtained. J. EDWARD EBSWORTH, Commissioner for the A. A. Company. Port Stephens, 24th Sept. 1838. TO JOURNEYMEN TAILORS. W ANTED, Two J.Tourneymen Tailors, to proceed to Mr. Dickman's establislament, at West llaitland. Persons wishing to. engage, must produce testimonials of ability, hone...

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

St1Pl'LEtlMENT TO TH1F GOVERNMENT GAZItTTr:. Saturday, eptemjn ber 26, 1338. ANNO SECUNDO-VICTORIhE 1fEGINSA. No. 10. By Hi1 Excellency Sir Gvotree Gipjie. Knrisht, Captain ti.;eneral andl C;G-vernor in Chief of the Territor' of New Sminth Wales andt it: D.perlndn. cies, and Vice Admiral l of the same, wilth the adv-ice of thie LeisLatireConnil,. SA 'Act for adtlnting Cl tuin Acts of Parliawmnt Ipassedl in the First Year of the ieilgn of Her Mlajesty Queearcn Victoria, in the administration of Justice in New South Wiale, ill like itanuie as otlher Laws of Enlialnd are ippled thete"n." NTAMELY, ' An Act to abolish thle utonisiitmelt of . 1 thc Pillory ;'and l An Act t~ amend nthe 1.-ws rerl'inca to (Itl'Iences against heI Person ' tud An Act to amendc the Laows relating, to turglarty tand tteiline in a dlwelliang-house;' naid ' At Act toi amentcd the Laws relatinu to ohibery antd stralintt from the Personi;' andi ' An Act to antond lc itain Acts relati ini to the crime iof Piraey;' a...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. PARRAMATTA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 8 October 1838

JE-W S *O HF THE 'DA&. -PARRAMATTA RAC ES. 'T'hnUDAY-Mr. Onus's colt won the Hlack Race Sied for this day for £10. Mr. Titterton's *poney was successful in .gaining a sweepstakes against thIree others. FaRs .-y --First Race, for the T'own Plate of 1580, each Horse £5 in addition. Weightrfur age, A iree-mile heats. 'i1r. C." Rloe, ts's Traveller .........I I Mdr.,C. Smith's Queen of Trumps... 2 D)rawn. Seco d Race. Austr:alian Youths' Purse ,of 125, with £3 subesription by each Horse. All ages, weight for age. The w'inner of the first £50, 'to.carry 7 lbs. extra. Heats one mile. Mr. C. Smith's Bessy Bedlam ... . 1 1 Mr. 1). Egan's Crocford........... 2 2 Third Race, by beaten Horses. Won.by Mr. )uargin's No Mistake, against three others. Lflcasas TRANSFERED TIS WEEK-Dog and Duck to S. Woller; Shakespeare Tavern to D JLngers; Whalers' Arms to G. Clarke; Daniel )'fcosnell to S. Iuswker; Goldsmiths' Arms to S. Deane; Wood's Hotel to Mr. J. Davis; King George III. to J. Richardso...

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

FOR TSALE, FREIGHT, R CHAR- TER, The well known fast-soiling bark, i "FORTUNE," ECISTER, 311 Tons. For particulars apply Ron board to CAPT. JOHN H. LISTEIR. S1dney, September 25, 1838. ron ( FOR PDRT PIIILLIP AND SOUTH AUSTRALIA. . (Skould /hrther encouragement offer,) . s raf INs FiIiT CLASS CLYDIE akI .T,,AntQUIs, 1 I "FELICITY," 299 Tons register. " A. SMALL, Commander,O OR Freight or Passage, having excellent accommodation, apply to the Captain on board; or to PAUL & CO., Charlotte Place. 25th September, 1838.t FOR MELBOURNE-PORT PHILLIP, r DIRECT, To Sail with all possible Dispatch T HE fine FAST.SAILING 1. Schooner ' PAUL PRY," hIaving good nccommodation. For Freighlt or Pas-e sage, apply to Captain Dixon, on board; or, to CAPTAIN MIIl.:e, Prince-street. The above Vessel being of light drunght of water, parties will be enabled to, hav' their Goods landed all the Town of Melbourne. FORPORT PHILLIP & SOUTH AUSTRALIA "R E G I A," A 1. will sail for the above Port ...

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

IDEPARTURES. On Saturday. the Marian Watson, Captain Brend, for Hobart Town. Passengers - Mr Baker, Mr Rix, Lieutenants Dean and Montgomery, of the 21st regi ment, 5 rank and file of the 21st regiment; 5 male and 1 female, prisoners of the crown, under colonial sentence. Yester day the schooner Abercronmbie, Captain Crew, for Hobart 'own. PI'assengers-J. Thump son Esq. Mr Modes, and servant. Same day, the brie AlMarns, for London. Spmne day, the Lindsays, for Twofold 4lay. Same day, the barque Chieftain; Hawey, for Loudo n. Same nay. the Bessy, for Moreton Bay.

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Shipping Intelligence. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 October 1838

DEPARTURES. Yesterday, the Clyde for Java. Same day, the .usiralian for the Sperm Whale Fishery.

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Van Diemen a Land. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 October 1838

(-F[ron the Colonial T'imes, 25tl/ September.) Sept. 18.-Arrived the harque Parsee, 548 tons, M'Kellar-, master, from Landon 15th Mlay, with a genert'al cargo. Sep. l9.-Arrived the brig' lFancis, 216 tons, Kirkus, from London 12th May, with at general cargo. Sept. 21.-Arrived :the barque Isabella, 323 tons Sampson, mnster, frlOl Newcastle, with a cargo:o sheep and coals. Sept. 2L.--Arti'ed the haique AIlayfliwer,, 326 tons, Hcadhly, i?sasterr from Loudon, vwith a general cargo.

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Weekly Meteorological Table VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &c. &c.—TAKEN AT 9[?] THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 6 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 October 1838

VARIATIONS OFTIIBRnftOM.TER, &C. &C.--TAKEN AT'9grN THE MIORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 6 IN TIIE L~P"JRNING RR. PCTI% Et.Y. WIrDNSDAY....... 357° 2 NE CC y TURbDAY........ 4 (; 73 NE Cl Fr FnIDAY ........ .. 61171 5 7i; NE Clear SATURDAY ....... 6 74:5 NE Clear SIUNDAY,.........7 64 724 NE C dy MlONDAY.. . Fi.7i 73l68 NE Windy "l s . .......... ! 17 717 0 N disto 'Mean TemIp. 67 .. 4 Supplement'is published willt this day's No.

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Hint TO OUR WORTHY CONTEMPORARY THE "AUSTRALIAN." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 October 1838

Hint TO OUR WORTHY CONTEMPORARY THE '" UTRALIAN." In" yesterday's Australian, the editor in. firms his renders, " we continue our ex tracts from the last receipt of the Engi se papers ;" and he thenl qwrtes an article from the Spe-tator of the 19th May. Now this extract is not made from " the English papers," but from the Sydney Monitor of Monday last ; because the title nr...-ý,Eur w'orty contemparary will, when he quotes our English ,natter, acknowledge the obli gation.

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 October 1838

DI A R Y. MEMORANDUM FOR TIlH ENSUING WEEK, .101 Iligh Water, 11 56 A. M.- 0 0 r. M. Moon-Last Quar er-?0m. past 8 P. M. '11| High Water, 0 29 A. 53.- 0 46 P. M. 12 ) HilhI Water, 1 15 A. M.- 2 35 P. at. :13 High Water, 2 30 A. 1.- 3 6 P. M. 14 I High Water, 3 33 A;. a.- 4 5 P. nl 15 | High Water, 4 36 A. a1.- 5 8 P. 1M. 16 I High Water, 5:40 A. nl.- 6 14 P. nM. Sun rsaes, 37m. past5.- Sets 23m. past :6.

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THE SUPERIOR ACCURACY AND TACT OF THE AUSTRALIAN, IN ITS ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 October 1838

THE SUPERIORi ACCURACY AND TACT OF THE AUSTRALIAN, IN ITS EN- Ji GIISH INTELLIGtI NCE. About two months ago, to wit on the 15th Augupt, we publi-hed a prelimisary , ex ,pression of the-sent imente of the manjority i ,'f the House of Citomons' Coimmittee on C Transportation sitting last session of Par" b liameni; continued during the present d and still sitting when the last vessel left a Entgland. This prelimihary expression .of the labour of the Committee,,was conveyed to the House of Commons and the public, c by means of four resolutions, a copy of .which we presented to our readers on the above day. The Australian, with that tact and superior kno.wledge of politics which dis. I tinguish its Editor, states in yesterday's paper; 1st. That the Committee has ceased its Inbours, and which he triumphantly describes as t" the death of the trans portation Committee," This is not true. The Committee was " alive and well" when the last vessel came away. It is wt'iting for the. return of Si...

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Bourke's Avenue. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 October 1838

Bourke's Avenue. For want of being dug about, and cleared of grass; and above all, for want of being cut down last winter, and made to shoot from the lower part of the tree, the newly planted trees in Bourke's Avenue, owing to the dry weather, and their very exposed situation, are lansguishilng and dying. A forest of trees planted by nature. may require no pruning nor tillage. But a single row of foreign tender flowering trees, of an umbrageous nature, planted by art, requires ?s much shelter as possible. The substitute for such shelter, is. cutting them down the first year or two. This causes the young branches to spring forth thickly a.frtsh, and they shelter one another. Young trees require in this country, to be kept loto and bushy, until they get such firm hold of the ground both downwards and horizontally, that they may aspire to the rank of trees with four or five in lieu of of a single stem, as is the fashion of training young trees in England; but it will not do here. It is...

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AN ACCOUNT OF BRITISH WOOLLEN MANUFACTURES EXPORTED FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM IN THE YEAR 1837. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 October 1838

AN ACCOUNT OF BRITISH WOOLLEN 51?NNUFACTURFES EXPORTED FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM1 IN THE YE\R 1837. Sundries, Conolsting Declared o len Hosiery, of hosiery value of O Napped Baslres Stuffs, Blankets Carpets ioollens vz. not other. British wool. COUNTRIES TO WHICII EXPORTED. ofll coatings Kersey all woollen or Flannel. and and mixed stockings, wise de. len manosac. sorts. dffels, mres. sots. worsted. blanketing. Carpeting with woollen, scribed, tores ex. &ec. cotton. or ugs,cover. ported from wonted. lids, tapes, the United and small Kingdom. __ wares. Pieces. pieces. Pieces. Pieces. Pieces. Yards. Yards. Yards. Yards. dozen pairs .e j Russia .. .. .. .. 2,691 9 219 10 33,884 6,902 9,790 13,424 20.162 157 146 103,159 Sweden .. .. 88 .. 33 1 7,269 802 762 4,152 2,400 131 155 14,192 Norway .. .. . .. 457 28 123 34 2,689 3,503 1,122 48 800 153 281 10,645 Denmark .. .. .. .. 57 10 12 .. 855 12 360 720 184 161 2,042 Prussia .. .. .. .. 15 ." 1 .. 9 337 100 .. .92 Germany .. .. .. .....

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Colonial Distillation. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 October 1838

Colonial Distillation. Of all public questions, we consider the question of the importation, distillation, taxation, and consumption, of spirits, re Intive to each other, and to the moral and pecuniary interests of the Colony, the most diftcult. We have been thinking on the subject a quarter ofa century, and during that time, diligent and anxious observers of the acts of the Government and the working of the lawq in this country, and we are not yet prepared to lay before the public any scheme, on which we could pronounce a verdict of perfection and infallibility. There are not many per. sons now in the Colony who were present with us at the important meeting which took place at the Government House, S% dney, in the presence of Governor Macquarie and Commissioner Bigge It was a question full of difficulties even then. Above twenty years have since transpired, and the question remains as difficult as ever. There is one branch of it which we see our contemporaries discussing, but which...

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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1838. Nothing extenuate, nor aught set down in malice.—SHAKESPEARE. Convict Discipline. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 October 1838

-SYDNE MONITOR g COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1838. otk nuate, nor aught set down in malice.-Suanuz Convict Discipline. We have often said, that the two prin cipal, if not only kinds of talent, required i the Governor of this colony, is lst. that he be a good shepherd, and 2nd. that he be a good jailor. Governor Gipvs will be successful in his government,or otherwise, as he may be enabled to fulfil these two duties with ability. A letter from Mr. Thompson; a re'peet 'able'Erazier near Penrith, has lately ap peared in a contemnprar.y. And nnnther letter has appeared manfully signed in imitation of Mr. Thotstson's bo!d ap peal, by Mr. Hudson. To insert letters which destroy the public characters of ofcers of government, without the names of the writers being affixed to them, •or (in the absence of such mark of fairness and authenticity,) without being vouched for by the editor himealf. is conduct which we consider unjust to the accuser, and dis reputable to the...

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Mr. Blaxland's Protests. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 October 1838

Mr. Blaxlantis Protests. f AMr John Blaxland M. C. has not per- d mitted the Council to close, without re. b peating some of his former protests, and 1 adding a few new ones. They are now in b number eight'; viz : 1st Protest is against the salary of £250 granted to the London Colonial Agent, si Mr. Barnard. a 2nd. Against the salary of £500 to Mr. z Busby, British Consul at New Zealand, 3"d. Against the sum of £67,731 Gs. 8d.. II voted for police and gaols. st 4th. Aainst the pension of £250 and ft against the sum of £1750, or any o'her sum being granted in room of such pension, to our late Colonial Secretary lMr. M'Lenv. This protest is supported by strong facts, to wit. I, in an especi.l manner consider it my duty to make this Protest, fiom the consideration, that du ring the whole period (upwards of 10 years) the Ex.Secretary held his official appointment, lie en joyed. lst..-A salary of £2000 a year, although the t salary proposed by the Royal Commissioners was only £1500, whic...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 October 1838

The war in Spain lingers witl out much activity on either side, as may hg" se'n from a le ter of the '2(th from our Madrid correspondent. 'IThe Christinos hae ever suffered a reverse in the Sierra of Burgas through the negligence of an oftficer. liint this is unimportant. Though the loao affa;ir prIgresses with Spanish tardiness, n. vertheless such is the expectatin of its conclusion, and such the bettered aspect im the Queer's iffairs, that Governenwn has been ablesto contrn't for the supply of the araies and secure the furtis-hing their wants till Sepftemlber. Oran, we s% e. is still to be entrusted with the conlduct of operations in Atragen n.d Vuilencia. 'IThree battalions froni Espartero's army an d four underPurdinas are to reinforce' the brigade of Asliiroz also co rpetintintz. With Ca. Irems for an antagonist' .vhip soo--well knd~wi his ground, it perhaps 'riequires all Orna's experience to wipe with himt. 1V'e are glad, however. to see" at younger and bolder officer like P;...

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PRESENT CONDUCT OF THE BRITISH NAVY TOWARDS BRITISH MERCHANTS RESIDING ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 October 1838

PRESENT CONDUCT OF THE BRITISH NAVY T(OWARDs BRITISH MEIRCHANTS. HESI DING ABROAD: Important in:elligence has been received from Bahia. After three days' fighting and much slautrhter, the insurgents were - driven out by the troops of the Imperial Q Government.' About sixty houses and a considerable quantity of merchandize were des'royed by the insurgents, who set fire to the town in two places.. Business had E recommenced, and all was quiet when the u last accouints were despatched. 'Now that trade there will resume its re gular channels and perhaps specie may I be occasionally sent to England, it is pus sible that the commanders of some of the British men of-war, who were so careful I not to give nid and security to British mer chants during the late disturbances, may find the station off Bahia. an agreeable one. The Captain of the Samarang may return from Rio. 3 hat vessel sailed from Bahin, leaving only two brigs of war, though a I requi-i ion from the British meiehants was r pre...

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Cheap Sugar. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 October 1838

Cheap Sugar. One of our Contemporaries was thoughtless enough I the other day, to praise the late order in Council 'I which prohibits the importation of Java sugar. A I gentleman of first-rate editorial talent. exposed in d this journal, the want of information and knowledge a of the subject. which that contemporary had dis- h played, in advising what tended to raise the price, ot rather to prevent a reduction in price, of one of p the- necessaries of civilised life. He might as well o praise any ordinance, which tended to prevent the lh price of bread, meat, soap, or candles, from falling. p The lower these necessaries of life can be brought c to market and sold, (provided the bringers and sellers a gain by their trade a fair profit) the better for the 0 community. But our contemporary said, " no, it is ' not so good to have sugar cheap, as it will he to d punish the Dutch." Such was the wisdom of our t. contemporary. t The beverarge of England, is ale and beer. Spirits a are consu...

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