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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 November 1838

Advertisements sent to this Ojice, must specify on the face of them, the number of times tIlhey are to be advertised ; otherwise, they will be continued and charged urntilcountermanded. ---. n . · . .. . ,. . . . .. . . . . . . . OR LONDON DIRECT. A REGULAR TRADER, ship FLORENTIA, A.1.452 tons register, H. 1. Goodwyn, R.N., Commander; has the part of her dead weight on board, and will U h her usual punctuality; is well armed, a surgeon, and has superior accommodations sengers. For freight or passage, apply to W. S. DELOITTE & Co., Lower George-street. For London Direct. S THE fine bark" HYbETA," 377 tons Register, Capt. Hannah. Has the greater part of her dead weight engaged, and (e .suiale sftch'for:the above Port. reight or passage apply to"' HUGHES & HOSKING, Albibn Wharf. ey, 22nd October, 1838. aunceston--Tfith all Despatch. T E PACKET-BRIG r " W illiam." Capt. Thom, will receive Cargo at Fotheringham's Wharf, Patent *Slip. R. ANDERSON. mber 5, 1838. ort Phillip...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 November 1838

Abstract of Sales by Auction. TIllS DAY. SI.1MIONS I. & CC.. at e'evrn r;clock, on the ore mi.es Pitt-street, the Goeren r Jlaeorarie, Free bold Presertr. HEBBLEWHITE W., at el-ren, at Mr Trrer-s, Georze-street, Uphnlterr., &c. BYRNES J., at Rloasl thtl, a: eleven, one-third 'hare ft steamer .laitrand. WILSON 3-. T., at R.,oms, at sev~re, Evening Sale, Tancy Goods. TO-I1O iROW. STIMMIONS 1. & CO.. at .1esarm . Walker Co's Store', at elevren So--plou Stores ex CoromrandeL BLACKM'AN lilt at RIoma. Hunter-street, at eleven .ma-ehuld Farniture, Painti,.rs, rc. BLACKMAN "I!t. at Rooms, at eleven, Coloial~ Tahbaccr,, Wine. WFIL'ON. J.T, at Roam., at eliren. Fi,uor. Pok. Souer. Winer,Tolacco,and gre-a vat iety of Good.. SMAITT. W., at Rooms, at eleven, Westphalia Hams?,Wool, Millinery, &e. Union Bank of Australia. Capitsl £500 000 in Shares of £25 each. OE IIALF TO DE REERVCED FOR THE OOLOOTES. London Board of Directors. Geo. Fife Angas. Esq. I C. Hindley. E...

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Police News. SATURDAY, 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 November 1838

Police News. SXTCrT-r. 10. Fsacn..-Trederick Heuan having been piacea at the har. Mit. John Hoskieg deposed, that the -prisoner had been in their employment -upwardrs of two years as a clerk ; it was usual fir James Woods (their miller, to receive grairn,-pois their account from settlers and others. and fill up a -pinted voucher. itting forth the quartstt and price. This was always handed -by Woew-s to witness, lad be then drew a cheque for the amoact, and the roucher was given to prisoner to fiae in another oeice. of which 3Ir. Davidson (their chiefclerk) had charge-, and to which the prisoner had access. On the 3d inst., the prisoner came to him with a cheque to -sign upon the tank of Auntralia -for £3-j 13s. Gl., for wheat. He asied him for t:: voucher. He said that MJr. Davidson had it. Knowing that 3Mr. Davidson was out, he si=aed the cheque-a suspicion however crossed his mind, and he ecquired of MSr. Woods tespecting the transaction. Mr. Woods stated, that no wheat had been p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 November 1838

SALES BY AUCTION. Sydney Valuable Freehold Property, Situate in the most preferable part of Pitt-street, TO BE SOLD BY A UCTION, BY ISAAC SIMM1 OS 9 CO, -On the Premises. Governor Macquarie. Pitt-street. - THIS DAY. Wednesday, November 14, at 11 o'Clock, by direction of the Proprietor, in one Lot, comprehending A LL that Piece or Parcel of LAND, barving a frontage of 87 feet by a depth of 178 Feet, b'e the same a little more or less, with the sub. stantial buildings thereon, known as the*, Mac quarie Public-house," with side gateway, and large yard behind, on which is erected large Stores. Stabling. Kitchen, and Sleeping Rooms, let to Mrv Curtis, a good tenant. Also, a Turner's Shop and Premises, with Yard behind, in the occupation of Mr. Lincoln. and at the rear of both Premises a large garden, forming one of the most eligible situ ations in the Town of Sydney for Buildings of a mercantile description. I. S. & Co. have -much pleasure in caling the attention of Capitalists a...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 November 1838

DIARY. W?3IsaAWD>tr r~aa EMM t1 SG WrIK. - 4Iwh Waur., 435 *. )- S p r, u. 9 n rss :_" Z.:ra S 0 L aim- 6 It r. M. .36 His Wazcr, 6 4' .- 7 2 t ]1. SH;rWl irr. 741.3s- 8 r. a+. 1~e H1a xWz!rr, E 3O *" Ia- 8 54r. s1_ 11 i.E1 'izb Warr 9 15 A. a.- - 9 37 r. s1. 2 u. rrVaa eirIr, gr0 O&. iO02r. si. Sizz ruest, 4z. past 5.- Sets S5&u. prat: G.

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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Immigration. [We recommend the following little work to the perusal of our readers—ED. SYD. MON.] THREE YEARS' PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE OF A SETTLER IN NEW SOUTH WALES; being Extracts from Letters to his Friends in Edinburgh from 1834 to 1837; with a Preface by the Editor, and an Appendix, containing Notes and Information for all classes of intending Emigrants, from the latest Authorities and authentic Documents. Second Edition with a map. Edinburgh, 1838. Mummel, Goulburn Plains, May, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 November 1838

Immigration. [TWe recommend the following little work to the -perusal qf our readers -ED. SYD. MoN.] THREE YEARS' PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE OF a;A ETI'LER:IN.NEW. SOUTH WALES; being Extracts fron Lettela to his.Friends in Ellinburgh from 1834 to 1837; with a Prerace by the Editor, and an Alippendix, containing Note. and Informna tion,for-all. clasees of. intending Emigrants, from Sthic.latest,Anthorities and authentic Documents. 'Second Edition. with a'map. Edianburgh, 1838. : mmsel, Goulburn Paine,.n * M ay. 1835. Di* ~ an.ARr : --,, I: hav'e rcciv~ed.a letter of,.3rc1 ept~.ipber, t8S.A.:,but . not a Yv.?Stign of the packet of letters-there enumerated ; .I have to beg you will give me a post letter once a month. .These,'I believe, I can de pend upon receiving ; but as for parcels, unless one is at Sydney to go on board and ask for it, the delivery of so small a thing-is of so little importance compared with- the cargo, that there -are ten chances to one against its safe delivery into my...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 November 1838

NEWS OP THE DAY. WTartsz-Oa )eadar, the play eof St. Patrick's Eve, or the OrJ-r of the Day."-was pefr fc med. The play itself ha as litle to do with 't. Patriek'r Ere.-as ca well bte coceived. A imre signifeant tide' would be. ' Frederick the Great "; fear the kire of Pussia. is more t hem etf the piece thea the ris l?sjor O'D? ugrrty of the Pnrussa Dragon. Guards. his play is fall .. iate-reati?g sad pleasgicidets. The tale rs told in natcral language. which if not eirsat.d, is not PombasareaL The pay ws not performed so well as it might' have le-. We thinkklhcpesformers allow the thin audiences of the present season. to depress their ensrges. Now this s.maki=g had worse. The thinner the house, the bdter-th should pwy. WVhen good hooes are common. the performer s should play well to keep them. When the audiences are santy, they should ty still t Letter, and give double diligesce to-increase them, and prevent the tbeatrefro?agaiugdoawn altogether; which it crttaia!y will Jo. if the...

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 November 1838

PORT PHILLIP. We have received from the Proprietors, Messrs. Arden and Strode, the first number of their Journal, the Port Phillip Gazette. It is a neat well-got-up   little paper, and we wish the spirited Proprietors   success. We feel li le doubt they will have a paper twice the size before six months a e expired. We copy the following from the Journal in question.       ARRIVALS.--October 12, the Denmark Hill from Sydney ; same day the Enterprise from Launceston ; the 15th the Gem from the same port; the 17th the Black Joke from same port ; same day the Aquila from Sydney ; the 1_th the Industry from Adelaide; the 23rd the Blossom from Hobart Town.     DEPARTURES.---The 19th October, the Aquila and   Industry for Launceston ; the Kate for Sydney, and the Elizabeth Henrietta for Hobart Town. We shall give extracts from the Port Phillip Gazette in our next.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 14 November 1838

SLONDON- HAT WAREHOUSES... JUST LANDED, MRS. H. RUSSELL, [LATE A. J. RUSSELL.] HTTIIS received per the above Arrivals, a choice selection of Gentlemrn's Superfine Broad and Narrow-brinmed HATS; also, upwards of Two Hundred Dozen of cheap Felt and Stuff IIHTS, Manufactured in Englnnd expressly to Order, which she now begs to offer to the notice of Gentlemen having Stations in the Interior, and Country Dealers, at the following unprecedented low Prices, viz : . d. s. d. Boys' Black Felt Hats, from........................ 2 6 to 3 6 Youths' ditto ditto, from .......................... 2 9 to 4 0 Men's ditto ditto, from ............................. 2 6 to 5 6 AMen's ditto ditto, Round (rowns, from.............. 2 3 and upwards Farmer's Broad-brimmed ditto, from. ................. 2 3 to 5 6 Thrusher's Hats, plain and covered with Oilskin ...... N.B.-ALL THE ABOVE ARE WARRANTED WATER-PROOF. ALSO, Gent's Narrow-brimblack and drab Waterpoof Hats, from 8s. and upwards. A vaRY aGREAT ASSORT...

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 16 November 1838

PROJECTED: DEPARIITURES. Rind, Norfolk island, this day. Dspatlch, for Muinritius, 14th instant. Inte4'rity. kr the Eastern Islke, 18th instant. Palmyira, for India. 18th Instant. Parlind, for Adelaide, 18th Iust RlizIbeth for New Zealand, 24th inst. Hope (D vlin, master), for Adelaide via Poit Pliilip 23rd inst. Lady Gippa, on is sealing voyage, 25th Inst. Abercrombie, for Hohart Town. the lst DeL ember. IDryade, for London, 26th last' Si Joen li, n.ford, South America, 30th Instant Pocklingion for Fishery.3'1 Dec. Succecs for Polt Philip, 25th inst.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 16 November 1838

DEPARTURES. On Wednesday, the WPilliam IM, for Port M1ac qusteirday, the Coromnandsl for New Zealand. laeme day, the William for Launceston. Same day, the Ludy Mary Pelham fur South Australia. -

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HOBART TOWN SHIP NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 16 November 1838

IIOBAlT TOWN SHIP NEWS. ARRVAL.S. October 27-the barque Isabella, :323 tons, Sanmpson, fron Newcatle, 13th instant, with a cargo of sheep and colIs. October 29-the bhirlue Lindrsa's, 219 ions, Walsh, fromn Twofold .play, 16th instant, with 46 .bullocks and 532 sheep. November 1-the brigs Camilla .and Amity, with oil, &c., from t lie fishe ices. DEPA RTURRG, October 26-the schooner Abercrombie, 143 tons, for Sydney, with a cargo of sundries, and 3 passengers. October 26-the sc';onner Adelaide, for Port Phillip, with at cargo of sundries, and 31 passengers. Conrl MARIKEw -Union Steam Mill., 27th Oc tober, 1828.-No alteration in prices since last week. Wheat'7s to 7. 6d., ('Op'e barley 54. Gd., English do. 5s. 6d. to 7s.. oats 5.. 6,1 per bushel.; hay £4 Ji5, to £6. straw :C3 lOs, potatoes £4 15s. to £aj. (Courier. Nov. 2. Tue 4IARKeTS -There is little, if any change in the markets since last week. Wheat still con tinues to avecag' 6s. 9d. Fine samples fetch 7s. 31. Barley is r...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 16 November 1838

:DEPARTURES. Oct. 27-Hartleys barque, 322 tons, Tewson, master, for London. Oct. 27-Henry brig, 105 tons, Ruffle, master, for Port Phillip. Oct. 31-PicAwick cutter, 45 tons. Dempster, master, for Put Phillip. Nov. 2-Aquila cutter, 40 tone, BIntley, master, for PoLt Phillip. The Auriga, from Van Dieneti's Laud, arrived off Brighton.; Earl Stanhope, 'from New South Wale., arrived off Dover. The Hope had cleared out for Sydney. The Mary Anna, from Hobart Town to London, was spoken wit h on the 17th May, in lat. 30 ° North, long..38 ° West. 'Lying at St. Katherine Docks.-'For'Launceston direct, the Children, Browne, master; for Hobart Town, the Loutsa, Stephenson, master,:fur South Australia, Mona, Rowlands. master. In the London .Docks.-Far Sydney, the Lord Eldon, *Vorsall, master ; and for Hobart Town, the Margaret Wtilkic, Smith, .master-Times, L4th June.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 16 November 1838

EXPEDITIOUS SAILING.-The brig Lady Emma, (aaptaici Price, arrived this day from South Aus tralia, making her passage from that port to Laun ceston in little more than three days. 11er pabssge down was four days. 'This vessel being laid on us a regular trader, will prove a great acconmnodation to the.trade of both ports SALE o0 ST*CK-At Mr. Underwood's ante of cattle at Perth on Thursday last; November 1st, the following large prices were obtained : 1 bull, £67; 1 yearling bull, £21; I cow and calf, £67 l0s; one ditto ditto, £57 10s; 1 cow. £52 10s.; 1jAyrshire cow, £27 10.; 7 cows, £53 15s,; 11 head yearlings, £60 10s.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 16 November 1838

(We c'py the followoing fros the Sydney Ga zette of yese'rday) A slight rise has taken place in -the price of -wool, the following is fiomr the Times, July 14th. WOOL.-The large public sales have been brought to a conelu.ioa. For the Colonial thete was a brisk demand. tt prices 14d to- 31 per lb., above those of the last auctions; East India, Spa nish, German, and other kinds sold readily -at previouq rates. The quantity brought forward was 10,000 balks, 8,000 of which was Austrdliatl and Van Diemen's Land, aU of which was sold. The papers before-us -contain notices of two bills under consideration of the British Parliament, in both of which these Colonies are deeply interested, but of the nature of which we have not been able -to glean any intelligence. The bills we allude to, are The Admiinittration of Justice (New South Wales) Bill, nod the South Australian Act Amend ment Bill, both of which are stated in the Courier of the 20th July, to have gone through Cotnmmittee. The former,...

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SINCE OUR LAST GENERAL ENGLISH SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. VESSELS LAID ON FOR SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 16 November 1838

SINCE OUR LAST GENERAL ENGLISH SHIPPING INTELLIGE NCE. VESSELS LAID ON FOR SYDNEY. The ship Medusa, 453 tons, John Purdie, com mander. The Augustus Caesar, 500 tons, William LAcey, commander. The Ewerdtta,centered outwards, for loading July 3rd. The Alfred, Captain Flint, 13th July. From Liverpool, July 1st, the Laura. July 14th-Cleared outwards for Sydney, with cargo, the Medusa, fromnLondon. VESSELS LAID ON Jst HOniAaRT TOWN. The brig Louisa, 250 tons, Thomas Stephenson, Commander. The ship Hebe, 350 tons. J'ohn Wislhevt, Com. mander. The Margaret Wilkie, cleared outwards with cargo, July 3rd. The Madrees cleared outwards with cargo on the 43th July. The Parsee, from London to hobart Town, was spoken with June 10th, off Santa Cruz, by the Ten. erife, out 15 days. VESSELS LAID ON:FOR LAUNCESTON. The barque Union. 327 tons, M. Tood. commander The ship Louisa Campbell, 320 tons,'J. M.'Buck ley, commsander. VESSEL LAID ON roa SOUTH AUSTRALIA. The Glenalvon, .300 tons, Henry Thomas Mar...

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FOR SALE, FREIGHT OR CHARTER. Martha, (brik') for sale, freight or charter. John M Lellan, (ship) for freight or charter. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 16 November 1838

FOR SALE, FREIGHT OR CHARTER, Martha, (brig) for sale, freight or charter. John Al Lellan, (shias) for freight or charter. NEWS PER HANNAfH.-This vessel coinmedand Captain Hay, is lastifrom Capiti, Entry IslandN Zealand. which Port she leIt on the 28th October she brouerht 55 tons of Black Od. and 6 tons Whale bone. Eight days before sailing of the Hansed ti Car.line, fot wetly commanded be the wurdred Captain Cherry, left for the Banks in search al Right Whales. The Ama lean ships La'irator and IIarrcu, and the American schooner 4Ac for the samesetornds, left also on the same da Mr. Wright, Agent. NEWS PER JANET IZAT.-This harque, to. manded by Captain James Scotland, biaueht from the ganns of Slessrs Fergusson and Furhy, Caplii New Zealand, for the house of R. Jones & Co. 211 tons Black Oil. and 12 too, Whalebone. The Chi,. lain, ;Hower, from this Port, had arrived for pia. toe., and sailed. The Tamar w a- refit' ng, bathe on board 120 inns of oil for a 6 months cruize tie...

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LAID ON, BUT TIME OF SAILING NOT FIXED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 16 November 1838

LAID ON, BUT TIME OF SAILING NOT "lsED. C'arnaroon, for the Fishery Alerope fur Twofold Bay. if not sold. HIgeia, for London. Florentia, for London. Roslyn Castle, for London. Nereus, for South Australia (not yet in port) Speculator, schooner, (for sape) Ii'ullanm Stlueld. for the houtlx Seas. Hannah. for New'Zealand. Hope, (Combes) for London, in all Janua Allancroa, fur Bay of Islands.

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Police News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 16 November 1838

Police 1News. On Wednesday, upon several cases being called on in the Police Free Court at eleven o'clock, it was stated that the constables, who had the charges, should have gone to the Treasury to receive their pay. The result was, that nearly all the cases were obliged to go. over till the following day. (As in the army, so in the constabulary a pay seijeant should be appointed to each division, whose duty it should be to receive the pay and-hand it over to the constables.) CAurTroar To CRown PRISONERS WHEN 5 1 (VINw EVIDENCE.-William White, a prisoner of the Crown for life, was placed at the bar of the Police oflice on Monday, under the following circum. stances :-Francis Fisher, Esq., Crown Solicitor, deposed, that on .Friday.last lie was present in the. Supreme Court, on the trial of the Queen v. Pet tingale and Spencer, for stealing a letter from the Post-ofllce bag, when the prisoner was called as a witness on behalf-of the Crown. The prisoner prevasicated greatly, and was r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 16 November 1838

AGENTS TO THE ltaes %lonfttor ant Commercial - bbertiser. O UR Subscribers and the Public will please take-notice, that Mr. Liscombe of Bathurst,. Mr. William Cross of Windsor, and Mr. Corne lius of the St. Michael Store-ship, Greenhills, are the Agents in their respective neighbourhoods for this Journal. These gentlemen are sup plied with printed receipt books, and -are authorised to receive money and take orders on account of this Office, and cur country friends are accord iogly requested to pay them with as little delay as possible, particularly our old standard friends. The notice to withdraw Mr Dillon's aivet tisement came so late in the afternoton, that the nn'er farm was at paecs. It shall be withdrawn -from our nltext nnmter.

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