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Flour [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 November 1838

Flour Rnse on 'Intidaty to ........ 2fF per IOO11s. ricnnds *27<. Raztiona .. . . .. ...:....".20+.

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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Weekly Meteorological Table. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &c. &c.—TAKEN AT 9 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON. AND 6 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 November 1838

G~,1eel:!p LctiwrolgicaI 1Dable. A'!' 9 IN Tim MOIININO, 12 AT NOON, AND 6i IN THlE CV KNI*C ItFP.rICTI'BELY. 1VI'.DPESDAY . 21 6(11 80 74 SW Chuar T1I1UtIIb)AY..... 22 6;4 71 70 SWV Fine F1mY... 2.3 6R 72 62'. SWV Cloudy SATURtDAY .... 24 60 64 60 4w Rainy SUNDAY......5 54 70 (',0 SW .Windy 5Ioxn)v.....2R 60 r'8 60 'SXV Fleinv TUESDAY ....27 l 52 64 63 SWV Windy 'Mean Temp. 67~ -

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 November 1838

DIARY. - MIEIMORANDUMd FOR TIA. EFNSUING WEEK JS I High Water, 4 5 A".-4 311 r Mt. 391 High Water, 5 15 A Mt.- 5 4.1 h M. 30 I High Water, 6 12 A !I.- 6 46 P ns. 1 I High Water, 7 13 A st.- 7 42 P at. Full 'Mnon-39rn. after 9 P. N. 2 j High Water,'8 10 A at.- 8 36 a at. 3 I High'Water, 8 56 A ma.- 9 10, P. 'M. 4 I High Water, 9 30 A at.- 9 50 r. a8. Sun rises, £66a. past 4.-Sets 4m. pact 7.

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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August Sales of Wool. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 November 1838

August Sales of Wool. -Lniie Sales of Coloniatl Wool~ wvere to t:oue pla~ce o1 the 7th A ,gi:t, thet fdlownin Sailem of parcels of (C.donliA 1'1'0 were ti t-t;~ Ip&Ict.-A~uitnt 15. itnd 20-2,00t) hairs; 14th, 17rth, aiid 2Ist-3,500 baIes - 2$zh, SLOG boner, Ice ly.

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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A SUPPLEMENT is published with this day's number. SYDNEY MONITOR [?] COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 28, 1838 Nothing extenuate, nor ought set down in malice.—SHAKESPEARE. For Domestic News, Law Intelligence, Official Gazette, South Australian news, &c. see this day's Supplement. July Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 November 1838

A SUPPLEMENT is published with this day's number. %YDIEY MONITOR Z, COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER 'VEDNE'D.1Y MORNING,NOVEMBER 28, 1838 Nothing extenuate, nor aught set doan in mnatice.-SrAE E * SPEARM. For Domestic News. Law Intelligence, Offeial Gazette. South Australian ncws, Lc. see this Sday's Svpplement. July Wool Sales. The account of July Wool Salei inffnndon. with which "e lhve been tavoured by Messrs Walker & Co.. contain all the public Sales of Wt.oI that. took place between the 2nd and 14th July, at which latter date the Sales closed, and were tuft to he resumed until the tfi.t week in A'trnst. accounts of which are expected by the fiist English vessel of late departure.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 November 1838

OFFICIAL GAZETTE. Published Weekly by the Local Government. WEDNESDAY, NovsazeaR 21, 1838. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 5th November, 1838. T IE Governor having been favored by1 L Cap tain Sturt with an account of his recent journiey to South Australia, His Ex cellency has been pleased, with the sanctiun of that gentleman, whose services on for= mer occasions iti exploring and adding o the geographical knowledge of the interior of the Colony are well knowz, to direct thie publica-ion of the followving ioteresting letter for.general information. By. His.Excellency's Command, E. DEAS THOMSON..

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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GEORGE MILNER STEPHEN, ESQ [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 November 1838

GEORGE MILNER STEPHEN, ESQ We are glad to observe, that our late Acting Governor, G M. Stephen, Esq , is about to reecive a public testimony of the value of his services. An address has been most respectably and numerously signed, and is to be presented to him on Tuesday next. We do not think it possible for the most inveterate opponent of the system of government adopted in South Australia to deny to Mr. Stephen the praise of having borne his honors meekly, and of having pleased, by his gentlemanly demeanour, all those with whom he has had intercourse. Our own favourable opinion of his acts as Governor, has been too distinctly expressed to need repetition here, and we have the satisfaction to believe, that they have met the approval of the leading colonists. In addition to the gratification which late events have afforded Mr. Stephen's friends, we observe by the last Hobart Town papers, that he has obtained a verdict against a newspaper for a gross libel   published ag...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 November 1838

Deaths. On Sunday 25th inst., in Jamison-street, the infant son and daughter of William Gibbes Esq. At his residence Gloster-street, Mr James Curtes, aged 52, an old resident of this town.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 November 1838

1SA.ýS BY AIYCTIONT. ,,BRISBANtE: :WATER. in refere ice to aformer Advertisement c$!`trie~a1'oe Property. 8. T. WILSO N, Informs 'the Inhabitants of New South Wales that 'he has been instructed to. bring to the ihammer, on TUESDAY, the Eleventh day. of ;December, at his extensive Rooms, No. 74 'George-street, at, halftpast eleven, for twelve o'clock, and positively without reserve, T HIRTEEN FARMS situated at the. Broad water of BRISBANE WATER, as follows: A. R. P. Farm I .Contains 46 2 0 . Ditto '49 3 0 3 Ditto 48 2 16 4 Ditto 48. 2 16 5 Ditto 40 ., 0 to Ditto 40. 2 0 7 Ditto 40 2 0 8 Ditto 40 2 0 -9 Ditto 54 -n 0 10 Ditto 64 `0 0 "11 Ditto -54,.0 0 12 Ditto 54 0 0 13 iDitto 56 .0 0 Tbe;alove thiteen Alluvial FARMS afford an opportunity to The newly-arrived .Emigrant of Establishing hlirnaelf on a property where, with a few years card' and industry, he may amass An Independence, and.rank himself amongst the most fortunate and piopular men 'of ' the day; or ifin traversing the Might...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 November 1838

Postponement of Sale; WEST MAITLAND* IMPOrTANC SsL; OF Seventy.nine Splendid Allotments OF BUILDING AND GARDEN GROUND. Situate in High, Sparke, Abbott and Edye Streets. forming a portion of the must Important part of the abo'e truly.. fourishing Capital of the BUNTER. BY A. P0LACK, H AS the honor to announce to the community of the Colony, that he has been` directed by the Proprietor to submit to their spirited competi tion, at twelve o'clock precisely. on the morning of THURSDAY. the 29th November, at his Bazaar, in George-street, All those unrivalled and unequalled Seventy-nine Allotments, Lying and situate on the south side of HIGH.STREET, VEST MAITLAND, IMMeDIATELY OPPOSITE Poulton's Tannery and Premises, is the Banks of { Wallis' Creek. near its junction with the navigable part of the RIVER HUNTER, AxD WELL KNoWN TO THE INHIABITANTS As Sparke's Estate. TWELVE of these Allotiments have considerable frontages to High-street, by great depths, and a convenient carriage-road boundin...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 November 1838

r' Jame., Paoticon .from Sudncy'-W S, 70 bales, average price Is JOMd.- G X in diamond, 21 bales, Ss 3d.--II X in square, 28 bales .24 ld.-X B in diamond, $6 bales, 2a 3d.-H in ring, 4 bales, -Is 4d.-T B, 15 hales, 2. -Il M, 55 bales 2..-M B, 105 bales. I* 95d.- . 2, 27 hales. 2. OjtI.-W II, I bale, 2. ljd.-2 snits, I bale, Is lid -G G. 6 bales, 1s105'l.-U W, I bale. Is ld.-.M B C, 30 bales, 2. 21.-M, 34 bales, Is 7d.- g @ 16 bUles, 2s.-I J in square. 48 b.les, Is 9. d.-l V D, 39 baltes, 2S 21d.-W R., 80 hales, It 103d.-J W, 40 bales. 1. Sd.-L IV N. 27 hales, Is 7'd -Earl .tanshope from Sydney -G X in dismond 1 1 bales, average price. 2. S1d.-M 4. 60 bales, Is 3Fd.-FI 11, 9 bales, is Id.- C & I, 10 bales. 1s - DS and J N under, 20 belts, Is 7Id.-C R. 20 bales, Is 4ýdt.-W T. 5 bales, is 3 d.-C &. D (. 7 boles, Is 71d.-SM & F, 4 bultsi Is 71.-A It, 14 bales, is 4Wd.-L It, 10 bales, is 81d.-13 R. 5 bales, Is 3.1.-J II, 1 bale, I id.- K. 65, Is 21d.. B with IV K ...

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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 28, 1838. Nothing extenuate, nor ought set down in malice—SHAKESPEARE. NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 November 1838

SIDNEY MONITOR X COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 28, 1838. Njthar extenuate, nor aught set down in malice-SRAEE aPBARS. NEWS OF THE DAY. Captain Willoughby O'Hara, 50th Regt. put a period to his existence by -hooting hiirselt, on Monda'y evening aubhut seven o'clock. fle is said to have been a gen tleman of good family and forture Art inquest was held yesterday ; verdict, in sanity. On Sunday afternoon, a little boy, the son of Mr. Dalton, M;ller's Point, fell off the wharf and was drowned.- Mr. Dalton had buried one of his children only the day before. The mail by the Dryade, we understand, will be by.far the largest that ever left the Colony. We have seen a beautiful specimen of Virginia Tobacco, manuifactured in Syd ney by Mr. Edward M'Esaeroe, of George treet north. PosT-Orrrce.-A contemporary recom mends more work to beariven to certain of the clerks in the Post ofrfice, to expedite public business of importance which it specifics, provided it be accompanied w...

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On board the "Hope," Sydney Cove, 30th October, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 November 1838

On board the.." 1-ope," Sydney Cove; 30th October, 1838. Sts'-When I determined on proceeding by land to South Australia, it became my anxious wish to combine public objects with my private ones, and to extend, as. far as circumstances would permit me to do, the geographical knowledge of the in-; terior. It was clear to me that I could. ultimately do no other than follow the lihe of the Murray. River, as ;the. most direct course to the nearest of the 'two .great southern gulfs; aind business calling me to the upper branqhes . of the Hume,, it struck lie, that in tracing that river down wards to thie 1Morumbidgee, .1 shou'd best effect the double object I had in vie w; and [ bthe more readily determined on this course, because it would afford me the op piortunihtf of correcting an error into Which the Colonists generally have fallen, of con tinuing the name of Murragy to the portion of the river I so called, upwards beyond the point I had intended. I have siowp heig honor of la) ig b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 November 1838

FOR LONDON DIRECT. II)E ship FLORENTI.A, A.1.4 ,tons register. W. H. Goodwyn,-R.N., Commander; is well armed, carried a'surgeon,:aand has sinperior accon* aodationis for Passengers. For freight or passage apply to "W. S.DELOITTE & Co . I:Lower George~istr et. 'For London. idred t THE ine bark" HYGETA,5' j.. 377 tons Register, Capt. Hannah. Has the greater part of her dead weight engaged, ald will have quick despatch for the above Port. For freight or passage apply to " - HUGHES &-HOSKING, Albion Wharf. Sydney, 22nd.October, 1838. FOR LONDON, To Sail early in January, r 7 HE very superior. 'fine, _L 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. modatons for passengers, and carries an 'expe rienced surgeon. - For Freight or Passa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 November 1838

Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 21stNovember, 1838. SURVEY OF CROWN LANDS. 1. OTICE is hereby given, that ten.. ders will be received at the Sur veyor-General's Office, on or before twelve o'clock on the 15th day of December next, from all persons who may be willing to contract for the Survey of Crown Lands in any county within the b iundatries of loca tion, the county of Bourke, at Port Phillip, and an intended new county at Geelong. Exceptions to be made of such counties as the Surveyor-General may advise. 2 Each tender must specify the price per section or per acre, at which persons tender to perform the work, and also the price per line or mile of surveying, in cases where the superficial contents is not re quired.; the survey however of all section lines, rivers, water courses, roads, or other boundaries, is to be included in the price per section. 3. The survey is to be made in every' case under the direction and to the satis facuion of the Surveyor General, or deputy Sur...

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. (No. 9.) Colonial Secretary's Office, October 22, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 November 1838

GOVERNMENT ORDER. (No 9.) Colonial Secretary's Office, October 22% 1838. His Excellency the Governor d:iects it to be notified, that by warrant under the [Royal Sign Manual, hearingt date at Buck ingham Palace the 25th May, 1838, and countersigned by the Right Honorable the Secretary of State for the Colones, her Majesty has been pleased to appoint His Excellency Resident Commissioner of Pub lie Lands in the Province ofbSouth Australia. Notice is hereby given; that his Excel-. lency the Governor, by virtue of the powers vested in him by the 6th and 8th sections of the Act of Council 1st Victoria, No. 4,   is pleased to appoint the eastern side of the stores occupied by Messrs. Charles Beck and Co., situated in Flinders street, a pub- lic warehouse for the warehousing of wine, spirits, and tobacco, and by the like authority to declare the same to be a "ware- house of security'." By His Excellency's Command, GEO. M. STEPHEN, Colonial Secretary. Colonial Secretary s Office...

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FOR SALE, FREIGHT OF CHARTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 November 1838

FOR SALE, PREIGHT OR CHARTER. Janet Izet, for 'reight urcharter Ail/rtha, for sale A new cutter, 40 tons, at Agar'a wharf.:for sale. Renoun, For freight or charter   News -By THE " LADY NUGENT "-The Lady Nugent, Walton, commander, from Gravesend the 23rd July, arrived yesterday, and brings 47 families, comprising 238 souls. Surgeon Superintendent, Mr.G. Roberts. For description of Emigrants, see   advertisement.   The ships Ann and lyniee were on the eve of sailing to the Highlands of Scotland to take on board emierants for Sydney. Two more ships to follow them before whiter. The ship.Partfand. of Greenock. was expected to sail for Sydney in all August. with emigrants. The ship , was also expected to sail from Ply. month for Sydney, with emigrants-the last emigrant ship this year. The EIphinstone and Margaret were filling up at Dept ford, to proceed to Ireland, and thence to these Colonies; the first with male convicts, and the latter female. T...

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HOBART TOWN SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 November 1838

HOBART TOWN SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Nov. 10.-Sailed the barque Merlin, 364 tons. D. Thompson. master, for Sydney, wtth a cargo of sundries. Passergers, Mr. M'Donald. Mr. James Pollack, W. S. Rose, it. Mudie, John M Donald, A. M'Rivcn, D. Thomas, W. P. Sime,'J. CGreenwood, G. Paterson, W. Webb and wife W. Black. G. Durham. Thomas Frelley, Miss Smith. Nov. 11.-Sailed the barque Isabella, 323tons, V. Samp- son, master, for Sydney, with sundries. Passengers-Mr. Cook, Capt. Mattinson. E. Mumford, J. Andrews and wife, J. M'Carty, - Murphy, Mr. and Mrs, Cookney, W. Dove. Nov. 11-Sailed thebarque Renown, 326 tons, D. M'Lean for Syt.ney, with a cargo of sundries. Nov. 11.-Sailed the schooner $ir John Franksin, 54 tons. J. Dawsnu, master, for Port Phillip, with suudrics. Nov. 12.-Arrived the Elisabeth Jfenriefta, 45 tons, Drap cr, master, from Port Phillip 2nd instant, with timber.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 28 November 1838

- ABSTRACT OF ALL " S&L.ES BY AUCTION wAich wtill be Aeld belowen this euid our uiexiluumlaer, THIS JDAY, 251b. JJEBBLREVH!TE, WV., at Roomsa1 ni &clock-A new ('ntter and injiliag 3upat,.AJary4 Aiaia. HEIIILE'tVHITE, *WV., at tir4'Ii milc.'iune. -Par * ruiiaitta Ituad, at 1 u'cij.ck~-bOi F $ t etiera. TO-1AO.iIRQWV, 29!h. WTl LS01rtl,. J T..s i, Rnvsaor, att! I u'clnck-Exten dsive as~sorted Draapwy, Httbeulaaiaeay, Silks, ie'r-,. cliandisw, &c. atF 1'OLACK. A-, atBza` t 12.o'locTu-Allotntflt$' . of L.and ats WVet Mlaitland., - ' Stret?, at 12 t,'icock-Lxcctlexa: Tuw iajesdtlcaec and fluiiditig Allutuweut. Elegant .fewellery, Gold and Silver Watches, &c. - Just Received, By the ", ops," " z0aw," and other recent Arrivals, and On Sale of the Shop of the Visdesarigaedp. A SPLENDID assortment of LADIES' and GENTLEMEN'$ GOLD and SILVER WATCHES of the newest and most fashionable patterns, embracing the latest improvements, which for beauty and quality can v...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 30 November 1838

TO THE EDITOl OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. Sti,'-Fee'inir much interested in the advancement of the Sydney Dispensary, I beg you will do me the faivor ta :draw the particular attention of the Committee of that institntion to the very serious incon venience experienced, and perhips in some cases to the very serious consequences arising from the want of regularity in the. attendanes at the Dispensary, during the prescribed hours of the medical gentlemen whose professional services were accepted gratuitously for the present year. -Public thanks are due for the valuable services given to the institution by these gentle men without remuneration, ever-since its first establishment, as also for the great interest they have invariably , taken inti, promoting its objects-but when the funds of the Dispensary are now in such a state as to warrant the paymenit of a Surgeon for his services, I think it indeed too much to expect the present mdical gentlemen to give up, or inju...

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