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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 30 November 1838

l*n far rs.-JUpwards of 30,000 gallons of spirits have arrived by the Abel Gowers and upwards of 300,000 gallons of rum and brandy has been shipped for this colony. Gin is at so high a figurer that very little may be' expected to arrive-lhavihg advanced four-pence per gallon by the lastac counts received. * -. a

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 30 November 1838

EXPOR'US. OIL- ...,, npermWlhale, per too .. .. 00 0 * S'Black ,, .. .. -0 0-40 .FLAx-per ton . New Zealand, rough.. .. .. S1 0O .0. :r fine . 2 .O 9 TIMBER- o r000 BluoGumperload ..... .. °2,1t,: 0.".- .;0 0'0 Cedar, per-foot.. . ., 0. " 2 ..0 2 . SUNDRIES-- , " ''" T ?dcnalls,:,perthousand ." 0,;0 b' g: .0 :;Hdes, salted, rper lb. . .. ,0 ,0 , , .::;: ! " Beef (Colonial)... .. .. 0 SPilrk - (ditto) . : 0; ;.' 0 0 7 "' " Flour, per ino0lbs'.. 0 0 ' Snap,.pcrlb (Colonial). ".. -o - Candles 0. 0 0 , Wheat .. .. .. .... ' 0o·, '`9 , Maize ...' 3. .. ::i., "i '3 ".

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. EXPORTS FROM THE COLONY—WOOL AND OIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 30 November 1838

SOUTH AUSTRALTA. EXPORTS FROM THE COLONY-WOOL AND OIL. After an existance of nearly ten years, Swan River exported, for the first time, last season, a few bags of very indifferent wool and about twenty tons of black oil. South Australia, scarcely twenty months' now sends to England her second cargo of oil. The Goshaw:k chartered by the South Australian Company, will leave Nettean IBay during the ensuing week bound direct to London, with a full cargo of oil and wha'ebone. the produce of the fisheries of MIessrs. Hack & Co., and the company at Encounter Bay. It is to be regretted this vessel had no spare stowage f.,r sotne of our colonial wools of this year's clip, as if she had con veved them to market, it is probable she would have arrived before any of the Aus fralian wools of the present season--a matter which those conversant with the wool trade can readily apprec:ate. To be early in the market, in fact is certain to protldu(e a higher price--the necessity of c,,mpleting ...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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Sydney Wholesale Price Current. November 28, 1838. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 30 November 1838

Sydiney Wholesale Price Current. November 28, 1838. IMPO R'TS. SaITSa--(in bond) p gallon. .. a. . £. x. d. Rum, proof, to 30 O.P. .. 0 4 6 e 6 Brandy ........ . . . 6 0 6 0 Gin, ale . .. ..... ... 4 6 0 4 8 TonAcco Negrohead,perlb ... . 0 4 9 0 a 0 Cavendish " .. .. .. 0 1 8 SroAa- Manritius, fine, perton ., 29 0 0 Brown , ..... . 26 0 0 0 0"0 Java . ... . . .. .. 2 0 0 23~ 0 0 Refned, per lb .. .... .. . 0 10 CoPFP8 . .. . ...... 0 *0 O S o TrA Souchong, perhest .. . a 9 0 Hyson-askin ,, .. .. .. 4 10 Hyson, per box .. .. .. 2 2 0 E Eas t India, Patna, perbag .. 1 10 0 Java ,, .. . .. 1 4 . SPICEB Peppqr, perlb ... . . 0 0 a 0 0 4 Cloves, .* 0. 0 03 6 RAIsrNs- . Cape ,.,.. ... 0 0 4. Smyrna . .... 0 0 4. WINEz -(in wood) Sherry, per pipe. . . 5 0 0 50 0 .0 Madeira ,~ " .. 23 0 0 45 0 0 Teneriffe . .. 18 0 0 20 0 0. Port ,, .. .. .. so 0 'o 0 0 0 Cape ',, .. .. . . t0. 0. 0 (In bottle) Champagae,perdozen . .. a0 a., s a Claret , .... .. 1 -0 0 1 15 0 Madeira ? , 1 0 0 110 0 Sherry ...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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LAUNCESTON SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 30 November 1838

LAUNCESTON SHIP NEWS. Nov. 5.-Arrlved the brig Britannia, Gibson, master, from New Zealand. Nov. 5.-Arrived the schooner Elizabeth, sI tons, Stiles, master from Port Adelaide, in ballast. Nov. 6.-Arrived the schooner Eagle, Fawthrop, master, from Portland Bay. Nov. 6.-Arrived the schooner Mary, 56 tons, Sanders, master, from Schouten Island, with 36 tons whalebone. Nov. 6.-Arrived the Sally Ann Kennedy, master, from Reserche Bay. Nov. 2-Sailed the cutter Aquilla, Bentley, Ipaster, for Port Phillip. Nov. 5.- Sailed the brig Siren, Munro, master, for Sydney.

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 30 November 1838

LABOUR. The r?ttler in every new country, vwhere it is found that land may be turned to a profitable account, is ivariably embarrassed with the difliculy of not being able to en gage labour to the extent he requires. S cee it has been discovered that tl.e waste lands of this Colony may be occupied with advantage, the settler here has Iroved no exception to the rule ; he :s sensible of the same want, and, at the present time, severely feels the incrnveniene of ai in adequate supply of labour. In the earlier history of the Colony, when land was con sider.d valueless, labourers were more numerous than nece-sary, and con stequently, were rather an incumbrance than otherwise: but since it has been discovered that New South Wales possesses a pas turage suited to the production of a wool of peculiar qurlily and great excellence, the state of affirs, in this respect, has undergone a comple change. The pri soner, so far from being a useless and heavy burden on the state as formerly, has grow...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 30, 1838. Nothing extenuate, nor ought set down in malice—SHAKESPEARE. The Emigrants. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 30 November 1838

SYDNEY MONITOR g COi~,fE?.CIAL ADVERTISER FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 30, 1838. Nofhing extenuate, nor aught set down in nralice-S uapE rpeABE. The Emigrants. Our readers are aware, that Emigration from, England is now going on by two sets of means; one mean is, the Government Agency; the other priytote agency. The last is called the .Bounty Systenm, and the vessels' being chartered by private mer chants, ere culled " Bounty Ships." The Government having established a sys'em of their own, seem to have for gotten,that it was commenced from neces sitvirather than choice Sir Richard Bourke preferred Emigration to flow through private channels; but Mlr Mar~hal, the great expoirter of the article, lhavin.: g.,I into bad odour with the Colonists, and with Dwning-s?rcet by his duplicity in asseve rating constantly, that all the women he sent out were virtuous good women, when he knew that only a portion were so, Sir Richard was not sure, that Emigration con'd be made to flow to the Colony in ...

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SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON. Weekly Report, to Wednesday, Nov. 28th, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 30 November 1838

SITUATION OF SHIPPING INfTHE HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON. s "'feekly Report, to ?y edneaday, Nov.~BtA, 1i8. s; AlEL GOWER, l Jark? , -H;enderson, master, R tl Dacre, agent-in.estreaam,w a abut? to discharge at a •Cam?pbell's wharf . : AIRERCROM BIE, cnaooner, Crew, master; Monte- . .fiqres?Breillat and Ca., agents, loading Hotubat Town. , ADELAIDE, brig, Derlln;- master and agent, in Cockle Bay,loading for South Australia ARGO, brig,-Billing, master=-DaweF, agent in Darling Harbour, refitting. - BEE, brig, M'Aasland, master, D. Egan, agent-at I Sthe qpeen's wharf, discharging. :BESSY, Cameron;: master, Fottberinttaii, agent anl owneir, at his whatf loading for Port lPhillip: CERNARVON, bark (whaler). Irwine, master, 1 •Biagater;agents refitting at irving's Wharf. DESPATCH, 'bark, Wood, master, T. Street, - .agent, in Cove refitting for Mauritius. DLYADE, ship, Heard, master P W Flower agent at Asp mall and Co.'s wharf, for sea. DUBLIN PACKET, schooner, Wells master, Mr. Weller agent, at...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS.—None. DEPARTURES—None. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 30 November 1838

zfjittng intenigttUcrn AR'RIVALS.- None. DEPARTURES -None. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. .Abererombie, for Hobart Town, to-morrow. John M' Lellan, for Java, this day. Lindsay, for Twofold Bay, this day. Elizabeth for New Zealand, this day. Hrannah; for New Zealand, this day. Dryade, for London, to-morrow *Parland, for 'outh Australia, 3d Dee, Success, for Port Phillhp, 3d Dec. Speculator, for Launceston, 2d December. Siren. for Hobart Town, 2nd Dec. ' Pocklington, for the Fishery, 3rd Dec. lherlin, for Batavia, 3rd Dec. Neres, for South Australia, 7th Dec. stope (Grenves, nmaster)' for Adelaide, via Port Phillip, 12th December. H. IM. S. Pelorus, for New Zealand, 4th Dec. Illinerva, for Port Phillip and Launceston, 10th Dec ember. Adelaide, for Adelaide via Port Phil.ip, 9th Dec. I.AID ON, BUT TIME. OF SAILING NOT FIXED. jternarvon, for the Fishery Hygeia, for London, in all January. Flrentlia, for London,'in all December Roslyn Castle, for London. in all January. ',lltaum Stoveld, for the ...

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LIVERPOOL WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 30 November 1838

"LIVERPOOL WOOL SALES. :From Goos's GENERAL ADVERTISeR, Liwerpoo' 26th Ju!y. On the 20th 'instant the first public sales of Ans. tralian tl'owrl, of the' new clip, took place; when 15:38. bales were offered and all sold. There was all xcellent attendlance of buyers, ad a spirited bid ding thriachout. The condition ofa good part was excellent, and the prices obtained are as under t 100 hales sold by Buchanan and Brdwn, namnely 193 bales good th fine clothing and s. d. " s. d. combing, at per lb.......... 2 2 to 2 51 432 do. fair ditto and ditto, and somegood Lambs, per ditto .. 2 0 to2 1i 322 do. middling clothing and combing, per ditto ......... I 9 to I i?1: 23 do. low ditto, in pooa'condition, per oitto .................... I 7 tol 8$ 30 do. in the grease and refuse, per litto............... ...... 1 2 to 6 Averaging 2s. O(d. per lb. 359 bales sold by Mr.. A. Gartside, from !Od per lb •in the grease, up to 2s 21, averaging Is 84d per lb. :.146 bales sold by Messrs Edwads, D.nson a...

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The Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 30 November 1838

'The Post Office. SMr. Raymond. has procured the Governor's per mission: to adopt a plan which has been already submitted . to ,the: Posonaster-General of- London, -'add .,hich we.believe-has l;een adopted by him(of London) in .aiie slnall way, to give the ingenlous -t ention a Iriul. The invention is this :- We; i ll kuow.thli risk-of seandihng'money'by, ser rants to the Post Office. to pay for such letters as require to be paid; and the loss of tiole,- if we per sonally carry such letters ourselveq, in order thatwe" may he stjre they are,.paid. Some 'persons never pay the postae .f th lr:lettets of ay itind ; bit othesrs, of more consideration and.delicaiy; adway's pay the postage of such of- tlhir; letters as relate, chielly tn their owhn businges. Mr. IRaymond's new plan will enable these persons to tend their letters post paid, without the trouble of either sending or taking the money to te Post Ofice. It is this. All persons may now-purchnse a ream,-down to a single dozen of s...

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LOAN COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 30 November 1838

LOAN CO MPANY. (From the South Australian Gazette.) The highest rate of interest current in the Australian colonies appears to be pretty well known to the capitalists of the mother country, who are uniting in various ways to avail themselves of its advantages. W'Ve have been favored with a prospectus of an association formed in London, in May last, under the style of the " Australian Loan Company," with a proposed capital of £300,000 " This company has Leen formed chiefly for the purpose of advancing sums of money on the security of landed and other real property in the several colo nies and settlements of Australasia ;" but as the prospectus is not lengthy we publish it entire. \Ve do not perceive that any portion of the shares has been reserved for colonial subscrip ion ; but as the shares wvill be issued in three series, and as the second issue will not take. place before May next ye ar, it is probable that the ex pediency of such a reservation will suggest itself to the propriet...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 30 November 1838

-SAES BY AUCTION. BRISBANE WA TER. In reference to aformer Advertisement of ?he above Property. J. T-WILSON, Informs the Inhabitants of New South Wales that he has been instructed to bring to the hammer, on TUESDAY, the Eleventh day of December, at his extensive Rooms, No. 24 George-street, at half-past eleven for twelve o'clock, and positively without reserve, T HIRTEEN FARMS situated at the Broad w? ater of BRISBANE WATER, as follows: A. a. P. Farm 1 Contatns 4i 2 0 2 Ditto 49 3 0 3 Ditto 48 2 16 4 Ditto 48 2 16 5 Ditto 40 2 0 6 Ditto 40 2 0 7 Ditto 40 2 0 -8 Ditto 40 20 9 Ditto 54 0 0 '10 Ditto 54 0 0 T'1- Ditto, .54 0 .0 12 Ditto 54 0 0 13 Ditto 56 0 '0 'The above thirteen Alluvial FARMS afford an opportunity to the newly-arrived Emigrant of establishing himself on a property where, with a 1fw years care and industry, he may amass An Independence, and rank himself amongst the most fortunate and popular men -of the day; or if in traversing the Mighty Deep several persons may have...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 30 November 1838

To SETTLERS, and OTIHERS. g UNDERSIGNED? ndd~a LIST of a por tion of the Artikles they have on hand suit for- the present demarid,: and .ffearthems-:at f0ortiag prices to .those 'who fday want a piynd will pay for the stme ine: a reasonable T .d INDIN.COtN .MILLS ES withSbandhes complete FF BOXES with knifarcomplete of WHEAT SIEVES. hot wire and cane SS WIRE FLOUR SIEVES, finie and course CLES and GRASS HOOKS LOUGHS and HARROWS LEP SHEARS, plain and patent Gand other STONES, for Scythes, &c. 11AKIN-UP, Grubbing and Chipping Hoes LING AXES, English and C'alonial IINS, English and Colonial L LINK CHAINS, a very excellent article, eing much stronger for the same feighti: , ULLOCK BOWS and YOKES iS and BOXES and AXLETREES 0P IRON for Tobacco Kegs IGHING MA CHINES for Wool, with weights ton Scales and Weights n Pots and Fryingpans rosaCat and Pit Saws elyards from 1 to 5 cwt. G,,attle, end Sheep Bells large assortment of Store Locks and Padlocks s of Six Padlocks with.master key ...

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HOW TO MAKE WATER TANKS. To the Editor of the Colonist. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 30 November 1838

HOW TO: MAKE WATER. TANKS. To the Editor of the Coloniat. 'SIR'.-Having 'read 'your leading article on Tank Making, allow me to add my mite of information upon a subject by which every man may command a supply. of the grand essential of life, water, on his own property. Many persons, indeed, commence b.vy imitating nature so fare iis making deep excavations in the water courses and casting up .embanlkments-o .; .. ,.? . , _ ,,:. ... . .: . . -. R: . l: 'certain of success ; but when the rain falls tl it is discovered that the water filters its v way tbhrough the earth, ias through sand, a and their tank, on which -so much labour u has been expended becomes no sooner full º than it'is empty. The simple and true wa} | of making tanks in water courses is-to i -select a spot where the hills ri-e high t enough on each side as to enable the em- ' bankauent to be carried up some ten or twenty feet in height, and at the same time, i thattthe hills or eminences should approach -each other so...

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

THE PRINCIPLES OF THE COLONY. Our present business is to show what is .neant,by these principles ; to rid them of the., rubbish with which they have been ovealaid.;I and, by retorsng them,-to .their ,ristine simplicity, to enable the public,to omprehend; clearly and distinctly what the '" Principles of the Colony"' really are.; I: n the first place, then, the feature wvhich peculiarly separates and distinguishes! iouth Australia from all other colonial ,,nssessions of the, British Crown is, the 'egulated and.uniform disposal of the waste land, and .the deined application of the purchase money of that lInad) The CARD!- 4 ?AL PRINCIPLE of the colony may be comprised, in a single sentence. Here it is The price received for Land, shall be applied to the Purchase of Labour ; and to no other purchase. Let the principle-mongers hammer and twist and distort the subject as they may, they can make neither more nor less of it than this. All the arrangements in re ference to the mode of surveyi...

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

NEWS OF THE DAY. Good News FOR THE CATHOLIC COLO- NISTS.-The Rev. M. A. Gathercole, a   clergyman of the Church of England, was   found guilty at the last York Assizes (July), of a scandalous libel on the ladies of Scorton Nunnery. It was intended to   place the reverend gentleman on his trial for a similar libel on the ladies of the Dar- lington Nunnery; but, as he had been found guilty in the first case, a conference between the counsel of the parties led to an abandonment of the intention. We notice this case, because a Catholic cler- gyman, the chaplain of Scorton Nunnery, denied, on the trial, that Peter Dens' Theology was published ex Cathedra. It was of no authority, for instance, withi hiin ; on the contrary, there- were, in his opinion, a great many things objectionable in the work It has been the fashion, with some writers in this Colony, to make the Romish Church responsible for this work ; but, according to this witness-a compe tent...

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Rewards to Constables. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 30 November 1838

Rewards to Constables. One hundred and twenty pounds a week is the sum drawn and paid to constables for alprehending absconded convii-te, men and women. This is at the rate of 66240 a year.; a sum equal to the salary of the President of America and the Governor of New South Wales, not jointly but severally. This sum given to the working members of a ?ouse of Assembly, would cause legisla tion to be well attended to. (Though in such case, every one would cry out at the waste of public money.) It is worth while for a close-.fisted constable, labouring under a short salary, to tempt people's servants away, and treat them to a glass of wine, or of gin and water, or even a pot of "'half and-half," and buy her -a new ribbon into the bargain, on condition that she leave her service for twenty-four hours (the pe riod prescrib~ed by Statute) and then deliver, herself up to the Constable. The. latter wilkbe paid ten shillings for his gallantry,i and the woman, on making her apologies and prom...

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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 30, 1838. Nothing extenuate, nor ought set down in malice.—SHAKESPEARE. For the Leading Articles, Domestic Intelligence, Police News, &c. &c., see our Supplement of this day. The Black Murder. SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 30 November 1838

.BYUNEY MONITOR & CIOMMERC1AL'ADVERTISER 'FRIDAY -IORNING, NOVEMBER 30, 1838. Nothing extenualte, nor aught set.dooriat ,naotice.-Snas PSBARE. For the "Leading Arttltes, ,Domestic Intelligence, \Police News,; A'.:Jfe.; see our Supplement of this Sday. The Black Murder. SUPREME COURT-CIMIMINAL SIDE. This case came on yesterday before His Honor MIr. Burton and a Civil Jury. It was with mucha -difficulty that a Jury could be procured; the challenges amounting to 20 out of the 48, many of whom were 'lned, and others excused *for cause shown. The .Jury .was at last made up by put ting-the Jurorsehallenged by the Crown into the box, and-bysupplying one Talesnman. The Inform ation, containing 20 counts, has already been before the Public, to which the prisoners pleaded, general ly, 'Not Utility. The Attorney General and Mr. Therry, con ducted the Prosecution.; and Mlessrs. A'Becket, Foster and Windeyer, the defence. The evidence gone into was nearly similar-to that already publishe...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 30 November 1838

Deaths. On the 29th ultimo at his residence, at Portland. Head, Mr. Solomon Wiseman, a very old Colonist, much respected by all the old hands of the Colony, as a warm-hearted, industrious, and honest man. He has left a large family, well provided for. Mr. Edward Terry, of Castlereagh-street, son of the late Mr. Samuel Terry, on Wednesday morning, after an illness of a few days. On Wednesday morning, suddenly, Mrs.Herbert, late of Parramatta, widow. On Wednesday, Robert James M'Beth, infant son of James M'Beth, Cumberland-street, aged 16 months. On the 28th instant, at his residence, Roxburgh Place, Baulkham Hill, John Kerr M'Dougall, Esq. aged 48 yeals, of influnenza, leaving a large family to deplore his loss. His death has deprived an ex- tensive circle of relations and friends, as well as   society in general, of one of its most worthy members.   On Saturday, the 24th instant, at Mercury Cot- tage, Emu Ford, in the 70th year of his age, John Purcell, Esq...

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