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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 November 1838

INDEPENDENI Order of Odd Fellows. THE BRETHREN of the above ORDER are respectfully requested to a' tend a General )eetingon WEDNESDAY'EVENING NE?CT, lNovember 21st, at the Lodge'Rnom Pitt-street, at alf.past Seven o'Clock, on business of great iportance By Order of the N. G. T. BYRNE, Secretary. NEW ADVERTI SE MENTS OF THIS DAY. For Port Phillip. THE SCHOONER L " BESSY." George Watson, Commander, will be dispatched in a few days. For Freight or passage, apply at the Patent Slip Wharf. N.B.-This vessel, itl consequence of her light draaght of water, takes the whole of.her cargo up to Melbourne. FOR LONDON, To Sail early in January, TmHE very superior, fine, JL first class ship " HOPE," .1. J. Coombes, Commander, burthen, 378 tons register. Par ties desirous of shipping a few bales of wool by this vessel are requested to make early application, as nearly the whole of her cargo is already engaged and now shipping. She possesses first rate accom. modations for passengers, and -carries a...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 November 1838

OFFZCIAL GAZIETTE. Publisll'd Weekly by the Local Go Government. w..DNS?DAV, c NCVIGBER 14, 183%. Colonial Secretary's Ottlce, Sydney, 13th November, 1838. N OTICE is hereby given, that Tenders wiC be received at this Oflice, until .fonda, the 3.d December next,t Irtwelve u'clock, f..r Car:ing Water to the G iols W\at'h-linses, and other Colonial Estab lishltments in Sydn,.y ; and also for the daily eumplo'?ment of a Ca, t to remove.Nuisances froim the Street. and othe purposes during 1839. Pers ,ns willing, to Tender for the mperformance of these Services, will be *urnished with fuirther particulars on appli cation at the Police Offie By His Excellency'" Command, E. DEAS THOMSON. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 13th November, 1838. WELLINGTON. -TfENDERS' will be received at this I Office at twelve o'clock on Monday ihe 3rd December next, from Persons willing to undertakq the erection of a Slab Lock up House' between. Bathurst and WVelling.. ton Valley, and the perforinance of ...

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FOR SALE, FREIGHT OR CHARTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 21 November 1838

FOR SALE, FREIGHT OR CHARTER. John M'Lellan(ship) for freight or charter.   Adelaide, for sale Siren, (brig) for sale by Auction Guide, (brig) for ditto. The Revenue cutter Prince George, again pro- ceeds to Spring Cove, to act as guard.-ship over the Quarantine Stations. The cutter Foster Fyans, will, when relieved, proceed to Moreton Bay with a supply of stores. This Settlement we are glad to hear, is to be nearly broken up on the first of Janu- ary next. The whole of the Military and Prisoners, except a few, will then be withdrawn, and no doubt the settlement thrown open for location. A contemporary of yesterday reported the Success, schooner, having sailed for Port Phillip; such is not the fact; she will in all probability go to sea to day for that destination. The Hope. (Devlin) goes on the Patent Slip to have her bottom over-hauled, previously to receiving   cargo for Port Phillip and South Australia; her de- tention on the slip will be but brief. The...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 November 1838

From She Trav C(OLo Mzr, Nov 9. Most important iintelligonce for the people of this colony. and more especially for the farmers, has ar . rived this weeck by the Bee. The wheat crops at Sydney have failed to. suclh a degree that the Go venmor had appointed the 2nd of Novemberto be a day of public. fa.ting and humiliation, to pray for deliverance from the threatened famine. It was alho proposed to send ships to Bengal and Valparaiso. To the latter place one had been despatched for wheat. In consequence of tihe drought theme was the greatest scarcity of vegetahles,jdmiry produce, and butcher's meat. It issaidthat tihe greatest difflliculty will be experie.nced in brining the wool from the interior, all the working cattle being in such a miserable eondition. The roads in many places are said to he strewed with dead bullocks, that have perished from the want of food and water. In consequenlce of this news, wheat has taken a most extraordinary advance Ihere. The p iceyes.. triday was I t...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 November 1838

From the BENT's NEWS, November 9. No sooner did the Beearrive from Sydney, bring ing accounts of the partial failure of the wheat crop. than the Millers of Hobart Town advanced the price ofJflour from 20s. to 30s. per cwt., and thus the bakers increased the charge for a 21b. loaf, from 2id to 6d.! Now is not this too bad, when it is quite clear, that such exorbitant charges are so suddenly made'here without just cause. For ano tidvance whatever had taken place in the price of flour or wheat when the Bee left Sydney-the for mer b ing from 16s to 24.. per cwt., and the latter from 7s. 3d. to 7s.:6d per bushel; and it was stated in the latest Sydney papers, that two most extensive corn factos in Sydney, had then 12 months' supply on hand ; indeed, they had, a shoit time previously offered to supply all the bakers of the Colony with finefloor for the next 12 months, at 1.7s. only per 1001bs, at 3, 6, 9, and 12 months credit. It is the opinion of many competent judges here, that there is...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 November 1838

MABRKETS. From the 4MaN:ano CIRO etICLS, .August 71th.) The following were the official quotations in the different markets during the day: ENGLISH FUNDS. 3 per Ct. Red., 945 India Stock, 2644 S perCt.Cons,, 934 Ditto Bonds, 77 8 0 p.m. 3} per Ct. Red., lo11 . Cons. for Aug. 28, 981 31 per Ct. (New). lot I Excllequer HUills, 75 77 p.m. Long Anns.,-15 7.10 4 7-16 -.FOREIGN FUNDS. Austrian, 107 Russlan, 119 Belgian, Io2 - I Spanish. 214 i Brazilian, 81j I Ditto Deferred, 8T3 4 Ditto small, 8sl Pr. IRentcs, 3 perCt., 80f. 25c. Daniash, 75} Dutch u3 per Ct. 541 Portuguese 3 per Ct.. 22 3 Ditto 5 per Cent. 1021. . RAILWAY SHARES. Birmingham and Derby,32 I London and Brighton, g4 Ditto and Gloucester, ia 9 Ditto and Greenwhich 17 164 Great Western, 78 & York andNorth Midland,' 11 MISCELLAEOUS. Asphalte; British, 2 : I Colonial retip, 211 Bitumen, Robinson, 21 3 I London Joint stock Bk. 121

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 November 1838

MARKETS. Flour remains at our last quotations. Notwith standing the high prices quoted in the Hobart Town journals both for Wheat and Flour, it has had no effect upon Sydney buyers, they baing aware that it will soon obtain its levil. The highest prices given for Wheat are Colonial, 7 fid, Is 9d, and Sa per bushel. .Hobart Town, BS to 9i Gd ditto.

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PUBLIC LEDGER PRICE CURRENT. LONDON, AUGUST, 1838. PROVISIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 November 1838

PUBLIC LEDGER PRICE CURRENT. LONDON, Aususr, 1838. PROVISIONS. - Butter, Cork, 1st. (per cwt) .. ......... 588 " Dublin Ist.......... ...84 to 9ds ' Waterford........... ......... 88ss to 905s Beef, India, per tierce. ................I 5ss to 157s 6d " Prime Mess ............... ..114s to 115I 20sds................ .........I 7B 6d 11am Pork, India. per tierce............ .....1455 " Prime 'Mess...... .............. 831 Bacon Pork, Limerick.. ........ . ..... . s to 79s " Waterford.............. ........ 485s to ass Lard, per rin............ ......... .. 525 to 6:1s S Blodder.................. .. Gas to 59s A letter from London received per Earl Grey, has tlhe following expression:-" Pork cannot nowbe shipped at 95 shillings." Rum, at per gal, Leewardislands, ;roof..Ss'gd to 2Is led 5 per c. to IS per c. O.P............2s lit to ss 2d D merara, 25 to as35 O. P..........-.. s 5d to 4s .d Jamaica, 14 to 20 O. P......... ...s 8d to as T9 S 25 to 28 .." .. .........35 I111 to 4s 2a1 " s...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 November 1838

NEVWS.OF THEI UAA'. TVe understand that Company is about bring formend in Sydney, to be called the SYDNJEY MECHANICS' DISCOUNTING COMPANY, with acapitql of £E150.000, with power.to incrcase to £300,000-in shabes of £40 cach, the greater past of, which asce alceady taken up by17 the most iniluential and wonied men of theCtaigny..: This Company will enable inidusrious men so get bills discounted iladily £20, which all the$ yday Lanksu decline doing. EvHwrTONrwaE InPao sua.- Thls man who war lately captured, on suspicion of being a runaway convict from- Hobart Town, by Mr. Huat, Chief Constable of Parramatta, and who after a pro tracted detention In custody at Sydney, was dis. charged by the Sydney Bench on Tuesday last, was again apprehended by Mr. Hunt on the same sus picion, ;notwithstanding Mr. Mitchell the Chief Constable of Sydney apprised him of his having re ceived communications from the ('hief Constable of Hlobart Town. Mr. Hunt's pertinacity had been ridiculed, after such pr...

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AUSTRALIAN AND VANDIEMENS' LAND WOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 November 1838

(Fa8s Tunr PUDLIC"LELUonR . 3RD AUGUST.) AUSTRALIAN AND VAN.DIEMENS' LIAD WOOLS. Ist Combing......... ..... Is 9d to 2s 9d nid ditto.... .... ... 1 9 2 2 lrd difto.......... .. .. I 4 1 0 Grease . ..... ............ 1 1 2 L sambs ...6.............. ....... 2 8 1st Cloting: ............. .. . 2 0 2 8 2nd ditto...... .1.. . I 8 2 0 3rd ditto.. .... ..... ....... 3 1 9 Grease.................. ... ..... 1 8 1 0 Lnmb........ ..... ........ . I6 2 4 Cape.......................... 0 4 2 8 OILS-Pale Seal ..... ........... -£ Brown ditto .................... 28 Sperm ........... .......... 62 1. FCead.matter.................... 6 to"79 Cod, 3............... ... .. b South Sea......................... 31 Tobacco-Negrohead, some large arrivals have taken place, which have caused a further decline in prices of ordinary qsalities. which may now be quoted at 7d to 7d I.2d; in gcud and fine very litte alteration.

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THE LONDON MERCANTILE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 November 1838

From tMe MORNING CHRONICLE, Aagust 4th. 'rHE'LONDON MERCANTILE MARKETS. There has act been any extensire business done to day ; prices Ihive however. been firm. The im ports' htare not been heavy. StuGsa.-=Therrtarketfoelr West 'India Sugar con tihated dull to-clay, hit nomateli al change in prices tock place *n th:s mall quantity that was disposed. of.p ivately; but at a public auction of Ilarhbadors couniscing of 121 hlids, 31 tons, 13 brls (rather a Jew paicel), prices were rather lower, and the sale went off wi hl.et spiit; low to goCod bi iahtyellow at 56s Gd to till per cwt. The total purchases this week iare estltiated at 2,800 hhds and Ices. Mlatfritius.--6,869 bags were offered at public salt,. when there was not mctcl, animation in the lirdlings. and prices were very irregular; the better descriptions, however, may be said to have supported prevrieeus rats, buits brown and nlow yellow soits tether lower; fine bright yellnow went tat 5s to 61s, low to rood-ditto at 52s Gd t...

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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS—Friday, July 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 November 1838

IMPERiAL PARLIAMEN'T. ldUvsE or LoRDS-lriday, July 27. ROY.L AssNT,-The Royal..nasent wiasgiven by commission to the New South Wales' Administration of Justice Bill. The IoLyd's ronmissioners were the Lord Chancellor, the Marquise of Lancedowne and the Earl of Shaftsebury. Mr. Ieenry Cooper has bcen appointed judlge of the colony of South Australia, in the room of the late Sir John Jefcott. The officers of inifanty in the indian army are authorised to'U e the gold strap on the shoulder of the-blue frocl.coat, as recantly intr dued into her Majestý's service. -Blue cloth, laced round with laee of the established regimental psttern. with metal crescent, the strnp to be nttached to tthe coot by brass tongue and gold lace binder. The differ ent ranks offield aihcers to be distinguished by. the crown and star. Officers of grenadier companies to have a silver gacenade wvithin'the crescent. Officers ofr ight.iulksntry-conmpanies to have the'bugle with in the crescent.-Unied Swroice Garette...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 November 1838

OI L.-At a public sale, 203 tons of Southern, ordi nary to toe quality, sold at £24 to £26 10o per ton, which are formor prices. TALLOW.-P Y C to-day is 46s 6d on the spot, and 46s to arrive.-Mlorn. Chrin.,'JulJ 28.

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VESSELS SPOKEN WITH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 November 1838

VEaSSELS SPdbEN WITH. The Susan, Day. from Liverpool to Hobart Town, on 14'h J.4ly, in Dat. 40 o N., Lotg. 15 z W. The Abel CG'oner, Hendcrson, lrom London to New South Wahs, on 22d July, Lit. 4ti N., Lung. 10= WV TheLama, from Liverpool.to Sydney, 24th July, in Lat. 40 o N., Long. 15= W. The 'Platinz, Cottish, from Van Dienen's fLald to London, In Lat. 35 N., Liont. 27 W., by the Charles Buch/ian, urrived off Cartoes. The lnconslant, 2G, Captain D Pring, was zat Quebec Ju'y 10th, but was expected to sail for Eng land on the arrival of the Madagascar from Gibral tar. The Upper Canada traitors, whose sentence has been commuted to transportation for life, will, itis snid, be sent to England in the Inaonstant, anud thenceto~proceed to Botany Day. Extract faonr a letter, dated London. 28th Juljy, received by a mrcantile house in Sydney: " The City of Edinburgh, Ryan, put into Rio Janeiro, to refit, having been compelled to throw overboard 80 bales of Wool. Gin.-An advance of 4d per gall...

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VESSELS LAID ON FOR HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 November 1838

VI.SSEL9 LAID ON rOR HODARTTOWN. The berwent, 400 tone, Adain Riddell, comn mander. Tire Emu, 400 tons, '. N. Howard, commnlander.

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CLEARED OUT [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 November 1838

'CLEARlED OUT. -Ann. 6--The Glenarv.,,1, Marshar , for South Auxr tralia, and tihe Auriga, Ch~dgtrers. for IhonhrtTtwu n Augt. 3-The hriuss.,, Brown, tig tV"in Dierncig's L1and via Cape (rood Pope, and the Elp/instone, Fremlin. fur Van Diemnen's Land.

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VESSELS LAID ON FOR LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 November 1838

VuýsSEz.S LAID ON FOIL LAUNCESTON. The Arabican, 270 tun%, JiUlcs Ciin1 cunirnander.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 November 1838

Sr. PRTTERSBtURt, JULY 2-4-We have had Cmai'd erahle business done in the tallow market since our Ise ' unvxcu .....a., 4 -re..tnLtb.houtc OOtI easks Ih.ing paid fort the fist quality y c, To day w& quote 129 rub, being the last price paid. atid the uMarket is very well supportedl. Nearly all thl tias hien bought has been taken for immediate ship ment, and the whole at cash -piices.-Marnueg Gkron cle, A ugust G.

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 November 1838

PROJECTIEDI DEI'AItTL'RES. Emma, on a sealing vovyage, this day. Abercrombie, for Hohant Town, the 24th lnataet. Speculator, for Luanceston, the 24th inst. Parland, for Adelaide, the :5th. John Al' I.ellan, for Jav, 25th in't. Succss,. for Port Phillap, 25Ih in-t. Iiizrdn /h for New Zealdnd, 25:h inst. .eicronmbiv, for Hout rt Town, 25th inst. )rgede,d for tLndon, 29'h inst. Pockhilgton for the Fi.4hery,3lst inst. LAID ON, BUT TIME OP SAILING Nnr FIXERD. C'rnanron, for the Fiaietry ifugria, for .London, in all January. Plurentia, for London, In all Dtcenmber Roslyn Castle, for London. In all .January. Nereas, for .onth Autratlit (not yet in port) 'llmlbm Sioveldl. for the Southl Seas. Hia-nah, ior New Z aland. Hop-e, (Comhes) for ,nndcoti, in all January. Jiznevnea, for Iy of Islands. AdelLafide, for Adeltdie. Forltune, for tihe Fisherv Depeatch, f-r the Moan lern Mary, Swindells, for Fishes y. !Hope (Dvrlin, master), for Adelaide.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. VESSELS LAID ON FOR SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 23 November 1838

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. VeSSELS I.AID ON FOR SYDNEY. The Royoal George, 560 tone, George Richar'ds commadIinder. The Andromache, 477 tons, Thomas New, com mander. entered outwards 6th Aogust;.c t sail o04 the 8th October. The Btrdaster, 500 tons, -Joln Vcrteel, comn mander. The Glenbervie, 388 tons, Jahn B. King, com mander. The ship EsoriDurhan, 400 tons, James Cabel, com mander. 'the Lord Il'sliam Bentiich, Daretty, inaster. The Charles Kerr. Arnold. The. August Jessee, *Edinborough, cleared out. with -cago 6th August.

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