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LEVEE AND DRAWING ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 30 November 1838

LEVEE AND -DRAWING ROO.00 On WVednesday the first public reception of the colonists by His Excellency the Go. vernor and Mrs. Gawler took place st Government-house. Ovwing to the bois. terous and unsettled state of the weather a large number of ladies and gentlemen were precluded attending. Among the company presented were the Colonial Officers--his Honor the Judge, Henry Jickling, Esq.; the Colonial Secretary, Honorable G: M. Stephen ; the Advocate General. Robert Bernard, Esq. ;the Trea. surer, O.mond Gilles, Esq.; the Private Secretary, George Hall. Esq ; the Chap. la'n, the Rev. C. 1j Howard; the Pro tector of the Aborigines, William Wyntt, Esq. ; the Postmaster-Ceneral, T. Gilbert, E q ; and the following ladies and gen tleimen :-Messrs. Austin, G. Alston, C. Berkely, Brown, N. B. Bull, Birdseye, W. H Colyer, I)e Horne, Davis, Dulton, Edmonds, F :.her, Finni's, Gleeson, E. H. Gleeson, Gillard, Hallett, Hardy, Hawkins, Inman, Johnirn, Knol.l, Kingston,Levey, M Leod, M Pherson,. ...

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

AJ GENTS TO THE - zr~ti .~ponito gin:- a onnm- clra1 ' UR Subscribers.,tind :th%1e Public will l)ease take ?j6tice;'that Mr. Liscombe of Bathurst,' M~ . William 'Cross of Windsor, and Mr. Cornelius of the St. Michael Store-ship, Green hills, are the Agents in their respective neighbourhoods for this Journal. These gentlemen are supplied with 'printed receipt books, and are autho rised to receive money and takle orders Son account of this Office, and _our Scoutihyty friends are accordingly re quested to. pay them with as little delay as possible, particularly our old standard friends. -A $UPPLEMEN-T .ie published with this day's number. . lsr - . ABSTRACT OF ALL SALES BS . AUCTION whichr will be hcld between this and our next number. THIS DAY, 28th. .POLACK, A. at Bazaar, at twelve o'Clock, 450 Cows.- J ':"' ; ý: EyENING SALE at SEVEN -o'CLOCK. " WILSON, J. T. at Rooms, seven cases Books, TO-MORROW,-30th. SIMMONS. I. and CO.. at" Rooms;, at Eleven o'Clock, Hosiery, Wines, Sugar, and....

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

Adveri ens sent to is Oe, m specf on the face of them, the number of times the are to be advertised; otherwise, they will be continuedand calrged until cotntermanded. For the iMauiritieus, calling at King . George's Sound. HE fine fast-sailing brig '~ FREAK,"' Smoult, Commander. She will leayV for, ,the latter port immediatly on- the .dis. charge of her present, cargo. : Por Freight or Pas sage to either Port apply to MEssas- W. ABERCROMBIE & CO. oR, JOHN LORD. & CO. George-street, Sydney. November 22, 1838. Fors?Hobart Town Direct, r IrHE fine fast sailing packet .IL brig SIREN will receive cargo this day, and positively sail on Sunday next. This vessel will resume her former trips as a regular packet between hydney and Hobart Town, and will be arranged to leave Hobart Town on the sane'day as the Marian Watson leaves Sydney, and be kept constantly in the trade. For freight or 'pass:tge (having buperior accom nmodations for passengers), apply to the master on b.,ard,...

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Police News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 30 November 1838

Police News. 'Catherine Flnnnigian, free by servitude, - . was put to the bar, charged by inspector ,H-lolye with iabsconding from the Female, :factory, where she was confined; under a sentence of the ,Quarter. Session, tor twelve months in the third class, for, stenl - ing a bird and its cage. It appeared tha the prisoner and another female scaler, .the swalls of the factory three monthR ago, ,The .other prisuner had .been apprehended, S.but Plannagan had remained- absent unti last. f1onday, when she. was caplured it,' Clarence-street at seven o'clock in :th ,evelaing, by..,Inspector' Ho le. When, first . talken,: ,she said she was free ;. but; - .afserwards admaitted that she -had brokel; ,loose from the factory. Her defence was, that she had three orphan children, one of a whom, a .little girl about eleven years of a age, appeared with her at the bar, totally a unprovided for, and now dying of the pre- a vailing sickne-s; and that she scaled the a wall and absconded to get to the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 3 December 1838

A GENTS - TO TBK SlUneg fMonitor anlJ eommercfal S lbrriifet; O UR Subscribers, ai.d the Public will please take notice, that Mr. Liscombe of Bathurst, Mr. William Cross of Windsor, and Mr. Cornelius of the St. Michael Store. -hip, Green hills, arc the Agents inn their respective neighbourlioods for this Journal. These gentlemen are supplied with printed receipt boolks, and are autho rised to receive money-and take orders -on account of this Office, and our country friends are accordingly re quested to -pay them with as little delay as possible, particularly our old standard friends.

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RATES OF INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 3 December 1838

RATES OF IN-4J1ANCF Ln'+tlon andl Livilp rln--2&.to. 3r per Cc*S:"; " ;; _:a IEolsnit Town-1 per cent,: ,uaunrerton-Il I per c'91, V , Swan Ilivcr-4 per cent. Nepv ZeIaand-{l pe centr: '' South Stcaa Ibanats-2 2gr qbt.o '"

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FREIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 3 December 1838

FREIGHTS. o London-Wool, 1l3d per ib-o, i, old. p'r!'r. £4 IOw to £4 1' * per ten'--timnber, £CII Per' load-flax, £6, prr fan. To Liverpool-',jilt, cdito. To Hobart T',vn anud Launcest0on-31 51 t4A;I Ok per ton. To swanI P:ever-£I ]Oa tn;o£ perq To New Zealand ud South Sa.· fl$8QdDs £2 108 per ton.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 3 December 1838

DEPAVlTULEq. On Thursday, the barque Lindsay/, Captain Walsh, for Twofold Bay. Same day. the schooner Hannah, Captain Hay, for New Zealand. On Friday, the Success, Captain Bainbridge, for Port Philip. On Friday last, the John i.Lellan,, Captain. MIDDonald. for Batavia in hballast. Yesterday,: the D; yade, Captain Feard, for London. Passengers, Capt Bonham Capt. Ring hum, Lient. Hawkins,. Messrs Melville, Uhr, Cooper, and Mrs. Cooper. The Maitland in getting in on Thursday last, from Newcastle, struck her forefoot and stripped off some of her copFer on the Sow and Pigs; she is on the Patent Slip to be overhauled. We regret. to state that her commander, Captain Taggart,? s laid up at Maitland ; he was not on board when the acc;d:nt occurred, The Dryade cleared the heads yesterday morning, bearing with her a bumper cargo of Colonial pro.. duce, and the largest mail ever shipped in the Colony, consisting of 13,000 letters, besides news papers, The ship Parland cleared the heads on Satur...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVAL [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 3 December 1838

atflpp2t[g JInttdiSgencr. ARRIVAL On Friday morning, the steamer William sthe Fourthf, from Port Macquarie, which port she left on Wednesday morning. Passengers, Messrs Dillon., Mitchell and Panton, and three prisoners in the steerage.

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MANIFESTS. IMPORTS. Reports from the 24th ultimo to the 1st instant. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 3 December 1838

MANIFESTS. IMPORTS. Reports from the 24th ultimo to the l.t istaInt, November 6--ABEL GOWER (barque), 3S1 tons,, Henderson, master, from London, R. Dacre, agent-70 .' hoglsheads porter, 100 casks bottled porter, 30 hhds rum, 5 hhds gin, 30 firkins hatter, 20 cases blue, 20 cases starch, 14 cases mustard, II cases copper, 2 kegs copper nails, IS cases shot. I5 casks loaf sugar, 7 bales slops, I bale blank ets, 2 bales coloured diaper, 2 bales navy blues, RI Camp. bell, junior, & Co-l package books, Secretary Australias Library-lI bale 2 cases cottons, I bale Merinos, 2 bales' shirtings, 1 case muslins, I bale druggets, 2 cases mole. skins, 3 cases hosiery, 0 bales blankets, 3 cases hate. dashery, 2 bales baize, R Bourne lJ Co-5 bales I case slopa, S0 casks bottled beer, 2 casks axes and weights. 5 bales blankets, 2 bales cotton sh'rts, 3 bales flannel shirts, I case lowllng-pieces, I case cartouch boxes, 10 boxes' tobacco pipes, I cask tomahawks, 2 cases musical boxes, R D.cr...

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 3 December 1838

PROJECTED DEPARTURES. dhererombie, for Hobart TownElisabeth New Zealand-Parland, for South Astra.... Speculator, fer Launceston-Sren,-, for Hobart. Town-Pocklinnton, for, the Fishery -df or Batavia-All sa?tlfirst fair wind.y- in, or H. Al. B, Pelorud, for Norfalk Island. to-morow Nereus, for South Australia, on Friday ilnaerva, for Port-Phillip and Launceston, next Monday - n Adelaide, for South Australia via Port Philip Sunday next Hope (Greaves,) for South Australia via Port Philtp, I8th inAt Florentia, for London, 23rd inst 1aint George, for Sourabaya and England, the 16th inatant I'illiam the Fourth, for Port liacqoarie, thIt evening IA'ID ON, BUT TIME OP SAILING tIOT.Fzl?ED. Cearnarvon, for the Fisheryv Hygeia, for I.undon, in anil January. Roslgn Castle, oar London. in all January.: HYltsum Stoveld. for the South Seas. Hope, (Combes) for London, in all January. .-,? F ortune, for the Fishery Deapatch, fOr London Alury, Swindells, for Fishery. Dablin Packet, for New Zealand B'e...

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EXTRAORDINAY PROCEEDINGS AT TAHITI. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 3 December 1838

EXTRAORDINAY PROCEEDINGS AT TAHITI. We have now before us a letter from a respect able resident at Tahiti, containing a detail of some most extraordinary proceedings there on the part. of the French nation, which we think can scarcely be allowed to passi-unnotice?dby the British.Govcrn .ment. Whecircnumstances out of which these proceedlnts arose are simply as follows.-It may be- remem bered that some two years ago, Pomare,ttheeyoun g Queen of Tahiti, refused permi.sion to two'French Priests from the Roman Catholic Missionary 'Establishmcnt on Gambier's -Island, to settle in her dominions, being very judiciously averse to coun tenance anything likely to stir np the.flames of reli gious discord among herstill semi-barbarous subhjcts. The Priests, however, disregarding her injunction. landed on-the south-western .ide of the island, and finally made their way to head quarters, where they were taken under the protecting wing of the Ame rican Consul, -Mr. J. A. Moerenhout, a Belgian by b...

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English Extracts. ACTS AND REASONS IN SUPPORT OF MR. ROWLAND HILL'S PLAN FOR A UNIVERSALPENNY-POSTAGE. By W. H. ASHURST.—Hooper. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 3 December 1838

S Eu~iah E~tracts. ACTS AND REASONS IN SUPPORT OF MR. '5OWLANDi HILL'S PLAN FOR A UNIVER SAL PENNY-POSTAGE. By W. H. AsaasrT. -.ogper. - :The public-are generally indebted to Mr. ishurst for the industry and intelligence hbe has brought to bear on the very impor tant Subject to which this-valuable brochure iia devoted. He has collected a body of -arguinients and illustrations which must - carry conviction to every reasonable mind. I1r. Hill's proposition is: -That all letters not weighing more than' half an ounce, passing from one post town -in Great Britain or Ireland, to any other post town, -shall be charged one penny, and heavier packets one penny for each ad "-ditional half-ounce, to be paid in adtunce S The greater weights should be allowed for the local post. The following-is a-sketch .-of the, pro .-posed mode of collection : The stamped covers, or sheets-of--paper, =-and small vignette stamps-the latter, if --used, to- be gummed -on:rthe face .of the - letter,-be supplied t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 3 December 1838

THE Public sympathy is respectfully solicited for the Widow of the late S. C. Brazill, formerly Pilot for the Harbour of Port Jackson, who, after a series of almost unprecedented mis fortunes, and an illness of a few hours duration; died at his residelnce in York street, havilng been but a week releaesd fromn the Debtors' Prison. It is well known to the Public that the cutter Eliza beth Gibbs, belonging to the decseased, was lost off the coast on a voyage fiom Newccastle to Sydney, on which occaision he lost a near relation, and the produce of some years hard labour, which circum stances, together with his known integrity and un swerving principles of honour and honesty, it is hoped, will induce the charitable and humane to cume forward to the assitance of the bereaved and unfortunate Widow, whose extremely delicate state of health, renders it difiicult fur her to procure a subsistence by any laborious employment.   Subscriptions will be received at the Banks. IN THE PR...

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Law Intelligence. SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL SIDE. TUESDAY, 30TH NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 3 December 1838

,:Law Iantelligence. SiPREM, E COURT-CRIMINAL SIDE. TueSOAV, 30TH NOVEMgsR. Before the three Judges. The Judges took their .eet v upn the '"ench at two o'clock, when the fdllowiug prisoners convicted .during the Session, were trought up for'judgment. Lewis Wilson, afreeublject, convicted of larceny on the high seas, was sentenced to transportation for seven years. John Finn. comi?ted of wilfl murder ,had sentence ofdeath passed on him, without hope of mercy beinug held out. Peter Flynn, Indicted for murder, and found. guilty of manslaughter, was sentenced to be transported so a penal settlement for the term of his natural life, with a recommendation never to be permitted to return. Johnb Shipton, and James Cranston, convicted of burglary--death recorded, wiltl a recommendation of a mittigation of punl.ihment to ten years tranlpnl tation to a penal settlement.' William tPLfLean, indicted fur wilful murder, and found guilty of manslaughter-transportation for life. never to retain. Tho...

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English Extracts. COURT CIRCULAR—20TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 3 December 1838

r inglish Extracts: "COURT CIRCULAR-2Or~ Jurvs. 'Her Mhijestygive a state ball on Monday wevening at the New Palace. The state rooms used -on this occasion were the ves tibule, the green drawing room, the throne 'room, the picture gallery, the yellow draw ing room, the saloon, the ball room, and the supper room. The three first'tf these -are en suite, and occupy the main front of the palace, looking down the park. The yellow drawing room. the saloon, the ball room, and the supper room, extend along the back or garden front, the picture galle Ty dividing the two suites of rooms. On ascending the grand staircase the cmr pany -passed through the vestibule into the green drawing room; turnina out of which they -crossed the I,icture gallery into the saloon. which separates the two rooms appropriat -ed to dancing. Nothing could exceed the splendour and elegance exhibited in the decorationr of these rooms C;,lun'ns ;if _arious coloured marble, with girded capi "tals ; vast mirrors; cande'a...

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Police News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 3 December 1838

Police "'News. John Miller, -fre, was charged hy Mr. aloha Harris of the " Blue Posts," Geoige.street, with -realing a packet containing eight newspapers, on Thursday last. It appeared that on the day pre viouslv, the prisoner.cane with the second mate of the -Parland. and represented. himself to be thefJrst mate of the PaRland. He ordered a cask of rum to be packed him, a sextant, quadrant, and other articles. The prosecutor was engaged in writing out the bill of thearticles, and the prisoner took the packet of netwspapers out-of a cupboard behind the dooc,'whilat he was so-engaged,andl lahndedit to the second mate. -Although Mr. 'Harris saw the pri soner'hand the the papers'to'his companion, it did not strikehimr, being then. engaged, that they'were his prbperty, but shortly after the men left, he discovered his loss. .He traced the prisoner t6 An derson's public-housse, neat the Klng's -wharf, and on enquiring for litm he was denied. -Prisoner was captured sin-endeavouring to esc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 3 December 1838

ABSTRACT OF ALL SALES BY AUCTION which will be hld between this and oar nest iumber. THIS DAY, 3rd. HEBRLEWHITE W.-at Rooms, at 11--Rtce, Sad. dirhy, Wine, and a variety of merchandise. SM AiRT T. W --at Rooms., at li-Melbro Dale Es tate, 1,100 Saxon bred Sheep HEBBLEWHITE W.--at Rooms, at l--Bo'ok Iinders' and Shoemakers' Materials HEBBLEWHITE W.-at Rooms, at l'--Surplus Stores'of the St. George emigrant ship TO-MORROW, 4th. WILSON J.T.-at Rooms--Lstd at Maltland and Hunter's Iliver-Lease of 20 acres Garden.lrad and Allotments of Waine's Grant. POLACK A.-at the Queen's Wharf, at 12-the .Brig Bee. S"BANK OF' AUSTRALASIA, Incorporated by Royal Ca?arter'. N OTICE. IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Court of Directors have declared a Dividend. of Four per Cent on the original Capital otf i200,000 for the half.year ended 80th June, 1838,. and made the same payable to the Proprietors on the Colonial Share Register on the 15th January, 1839. . By order of the Court of Directord, G.-KINNEAR, . . In...

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Sydney Markets. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 3 December 1838

Sydney 1Markets. FaloAY, NOVEanBER 30. It will be seen by the undermentloned price.s, that there ha.s been a considerable rise in .Floor.and Biscunit since ourlast quotations. There i no wheat In the mal ket at present, either Foireign or Colonial; maize continues stationary.Garden prodnce remains steady at our last quotations; also, hay, straw, grain, butchers' meat and -dairy produce. In the timber-trade,ecedar is senrce, and of course dear. Shingles are also scarce and rising in price ; they now average i6s. per thousand. Bricks are also Jetling up. With these exceptions, building materials remainaht cornier prlec. No fiesh supply of Tobacco has arrived since our last, and no #arta tioa i price has, aken 'place. FLOUR AT THE MILLS. PER I001. Ls. Fine Seconds Ratioa Dodd., Blnrkett, and Aird .. 26s .. 23: .. 20. Hollingshead .............. 24 .. 21s .. 1s' Oirard .................... 26s .. 24s .. 20s Hughes and Husking....... 268 .. 23s .. 208 Barker and Hallen.......... -26e .. ...

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South Australia. STATE OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 3 December 1838

South Australia, STATE OFP THE 'OLONY. In our Lst article (N,, 38) on the present state of the province we gave a brief, and we hope a cheering account of the improve ment whiclh political or party feelings had recently undergone. We detailed at some length the s'atisfactory`'progress of the survey ;.we furnished numerous instances of the extraordinary rise in the price of town allotments and in the value of coun try sections ; we spoke of. the flourishing condition of the labouring population, and exhibited, in the list of vessels which had alre,dy brought cargoes to our harbours, a striking proof of the great commercial importance of which South Australia had already risen. We now proceed to notice some of the points which are necessary to complete our picture. The'pnstorial and agricultural capabi lities of the eastern pr!ions of the terri tory-we know nothing yet of the western parts-are far superior to any that have. hitherto been discovered in New Holland, and afford an unlimi...

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