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SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 December 1838

SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. Stock oo.hand the 1st instant-B. P. runm, 75,597 gallons-brandy, 14,273 eallons-sin, 28,076 gallons -other spirits, 8,386 gallons. Fig and Cavendi'h tobacco, 84,049 pounds-Brazil ditto, 13,710-pounds unnmautactured ditto, 21,421 pounds-cigars,32.344 punnds-snuff, 2,678 pounds Received during the week-B. P. runs, 8,044 gal loos-brandy, 4,244 gallons-gin, 2,036 gallons-. other spirits, nil-fig and Cavendish tobacco, nil Brazil ditto, nil-'unmanufactured ditto, nil-cigars, 496 pounds--snuff, nil. Delivt-rtd for home consumption-B. P. rum, 2,912 gallons-brandy, 1,021 gallons-gin,216 gal lons-other spirits, 18 gallons-Fig and Cavendish tobacco, 4,953 pounds-Brazil ditto, nil -unman ufacrtured ditto, 400 pounds-cigars, 387 pounds snuff, nil. Delivered for exportation-B. P. rum, 473 gallons -brandy, 47 gallons-gin, 125 gals-other spit its, 727 gallons-Fig. and Cavendish tobacco, 2,651 lbs -Brazil ditto, nil-unmanufactured ditto, nil-ci gars, nil-snuff, nil. Stock on ha...

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SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON. Weekly Report, to Monday Dec. 10, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 December 1838

SITUATION OF SHIPPING TN THE HARBSOUR OF .PORT JAOKSON. W Weekly, Report, to Monday Dec. 10, 1838. AIIEL OlOWER, bark, 313, Henderson, master. R Dacre, ageint-at Camphell's wharf, dischardIng. ADELAIDE, brig, 258, Devlin, master and anent, at Fotheringham' whiarf, loadinge for.South Aus-. tralib. ARGO. brig, 169, Billing master, Dawes agent in Darling Harbour. refitting. BEEhrit, 135, Dnnning mater,Petersonagcnt-at t'A'cen'a wharf, loading, CARNARVON, bark,225, (whaler). Irviing, master, staglester. aent, -refitting at Irving's Wharf. CIOROMANDEL. ship. 666, Loader, master, Gore, agent, at Mloore's discharging. DEPA'IICH. hark, 361, T. Street agent, in Cove, Inidins for Lond'mn. )U LlN PACKET, scbnoner,120 Wells master, Mr. Weller agent, at Pitman's whitrf. loading fur New-Zealand. EDEN, ship, 419, Noble master, G. Porter & Co. 'eents at filore's Wharf, refitting. FAIRLIE,-hark, 756 tons, Agaramaster. In stream with Emigrants on board.-Walker & Co. agents. FLORENTIA,...

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Crown Lands. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 December 1838

Crown Lancds. Consistently with his instructionsfrormthe Supreme Government, Sir Richard Bourke placed the revenne arising from the sale of public lands, at the disposal of theLegislative Council; but his succes'or in the -viceroyalty has informed our legislators, that they have just so 'much to do -with the Crown Land, of the Colony, as so many men in the moon, and not a little more. Such a-fiat contradiction of what Sir R. Bourke bad asserted.-such an utter disregard of what'Lord Ripon had written, was well calcti. lated toexcite surprise and amazement; and members of Council were surprised and amazed accordingly; so.much so, that as a sheep before her shearer is dumb, so not one amongst them opened his mouth. By this time, we presume His Excellency Sir George Gipps will have learnt, that the example of the taciturn Council, has not been extensively followed. Public opinion has been pretty freely enunciated, through the press, -withthe emphasis of unanimity, implying atlhorough de...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 December 1838

NEWS OF THE DAY. FIsR -CLIP.--Severnl drays loaded with Australia's staple article of wealth, arrived in town last week. NEW Fi.onU MILL.-the firm of Dodd, Blackett, and Aird, is erecting a new steam-mill near the-Ultimo estate, onnthe property commonly known as -Dixon's Swamp. A new water pipe has been fixed at the Market wharf. The water is pure and abundant. A man belonging to the tovernment boat's crew stationed at "Cadman's, was accidenitally.drowned yesterday. The un fottunate man had just put off from the brig Siren, to return to the shore, when the: boat made.a lurch, and threw him -over board. COURT OF REQUEST.-The lirst- day's Bitting of -the Court of Requests took place -yesterday in the Sutreme 'Court. Room, wherein the Quarter Sessions are usually-held. The -new Act ffor -the ptruiishment of drunkards came into effect-on Thursday -last, at-the Police Office, and upwards of a dozen " unfortunates"' were admitted -to the "-Joint Stork Company," in Yotk street, under its d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 December 1838

'To Advertisers 'in this Journal. 'We beg to :remind Advertisers in this Journal, that it takes all night to print or press, off the inner side of 'this Journal and the Suppleme .t, and 'that the ofterno9n. of Tuesday, Thurs day, and Saturday, are -employed in pressing off the outer side. Conse quently, former Advertisements re quiring alteration, must'#,e sent to the Office before twelve o'clock noon of -those days, or the alteration cannot be made till the succeeding publica -tion. - AGEN1TS TO THE 'tsrner j;onitor anti Commtrcial Slhertissn.. - UR Subscribers ai d . the P Public will please take uc tice,'that Mr: Lisconibe of Bathurst, Air. William Cross of Windsor, and Mr. Cornelius of the St. Michael Store-ship, Green *iills;'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 take orders 'on account of this Office, and our country friends are accordingly re que...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 December 1838

London Direct, 746 sail positively on 1st day of January next rT HE FINE SHIP "ROSLYN CASTLE," having all her dead weight on board, is ready to receive Wool. On There being only a few Cabins disengaged, early application is necessary, or they will be filled np with light freight. 1 Apply to Robert Duke & Co., Macquarle-place, we or Miller's Point. T1 December 1, 1839. TN Or For London Direct. Th E PINE BARQUE - H ". **Hygeia," 377 Tons Register, .Captain Hannah, has the greater part-of her dead weight engaged, and will have quick des patch for the above Port. . For Freight or Passage, apply to HUGHES & IHOSKING, Albion Wharf. Sydney, 22nd October; 1838. For London Direct, no ý71.HE fine fist.sailing ship pr, k" FLORENTIA," 3an A. 1, 452 tons per register, qu W. H. Goodwyn, R. N., Commander. This ship having nearly completed G her cargo, olfers a good opportunity for the shipment of early Wuols. For light Freight only, for which an early application is requested-or pa...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND SHIPPING. HOBART TOWN ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 December 1838

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND SHIPPING. HOBART TOWN ARRIVALS. November 12 -The Elizabeth Henrietta, 45 tons, Drapper, from Port Phillip, 2nd instant, with timber -J. F. Strachan, agent. DEPARTURES. November 11 -The bark Isabella, 323 tons, Samp- son, for Sydney with sundries. 11 -The schooner Sir John Franklin, 54 tons, Dawson, for Port Philip, with sundries. 18 -The ship Emerald Isle, 50 tons, Driver, for India in ballast. 19 -The schooner Bandicoot, 62 tons, Smith, for Port Phillip, with Sundries. LAUNCESTON ARRIVALS. November 3 -The schooner Eagle, 108 tons, Faw- throp; from Portland Bay, with oil and bone. 5 -The cutter Mary, 56 tons, Saunders, from Schouten Island, with 3½ tons whalebone. 5 -the schooner Sally Ann, 60 tons, Kennedy, from Research Bay, with oil and bone. 5 -The bark Socrates, 150 tons, Dutton, from Schouten Island, with oil and bone. 13 -The schooner Edward, 60 tons, Jacobs, from Circular Head, with sheep &c. 14 -The brig Brazil Packet, 172 tons, Buckle, from Hobart...

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LAID ON, BUT TIME OF SAILING NOT FIXED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 December 1838

LAID ON, BUT TIME OP SAILING NOT FiXED. CsrrnarTon, for the Fishery Fortune, for the Fishery Mlsry. Swindello. for Fishery. Bee. for Hobaft Town. jaese. at. for India. jj u frnar oriNew fot Norfolk Island. -Jes, for New Zemland FOR SALE, FREIGHT OR CIiARTP.R. A new cutter, 40 tons, at Agar's wharf, for sale. Ben own, for freight or chatter Commodore Du Thaire entertained a select party to dinner o hoarl the French fricate La Venus. higxeellency the Governor, Sir.Maur!ce O'Connell the new commnander-lo-chief of the troops,Capt.in O'Connell, Lieutenant O'Connell, Colonel Snod grass, Captain. Maclean, and about fifteen other civil officers, were the guests. His Excellency was received npder a salte of fifteen guns. ..H.M.S. paoriu man'd the yard4 as he passed. Shortly after ketting on hoard the frigate, Queen Victoria's health was drank, accompabined w~ithh royal salute; and immediately afterward, the King of the Fencli, anider imiletr honotirs. His Excellency and most atthe gacsti ret...

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PURE JEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 December 1838

Pt RE JEWS. On the 24th of November, I left Call, and slept at the house of an English mer. chant; from whence on the fultow:nz day I went to Karas- Bazar. This place- isra. markable for being the only Jewish town without a mixture of Christiansinthe world. They ard all manufacturers, and sell their wares through the Crimea,and are generally esteemed an honourable people. They are of the sect called Karaites. and look upon all other Jews as heretical; for they only acknowledge the text of the Old Testament and reject the traditions which the others consider as of equal force with the law. This circumstance had led me to imagine that their name was de. ived from the Hebrew ' karn.' to read; whereas I am now convinced it is from the Turkish 'kara' black ; for they wear a long black dress peculiar to themselves, and the name of their town in Tartar or Turkish, which are only different dialects, means " the Black Market.' I hey have been settled in Critu. Tartary from time immemorial, a...

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HOBART TOWN MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 December 1838

HOBART TOWN MARKETS. tFrom the COURItE, Nov. 23. Riao ket Ps Ice., New IVharf, Nonember 22. Wheat 7s 6d to 8s 3d-barley 5a to 6s 6d-oats 4s 6d toys per bushel-hay (new) £4 to £4 15s-do (old) £5 to £5 10r-straw £3-potatoes (old) £4 10s t6 £6 10. per too, do, (new) Id to 2d per lb. cabbages 1n to Is 2d per dozen-turnips and carrots 2s per dozen bunches, ereen peas Is 6d to 2s per peck cauliflowers Is Gd to 2s per dozen. WI'alker'e AMitlh-Fine flour £21 to £26-second do £22 to £24 per ton-pollard 1s 8d-bran is 6d .per bushel o1t.EOlbs. Alannington'a. Mit.-There is very little business doing in the flnor trade at present, puce £26 per ton-wheat 9s to 10s per bushel, but little oafered for sale. Butcher's Meat.-Beef 5d to Bd-mutton 4d .to 5d per lb. or by the carcaass 4d pork 7 to 8d-veal 10d to is per lb.

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SUPREME COURT—CRIMINAL SIDE. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6. Before the three Judges (in banco) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 December 1838

SUPREME COURT-CRIMINAL SIDE. TIIURSo.\Y, DECEMBER 6. Before the three Judges (in banco) Yesterday was the day appointed for auditing the accounts, and investigating and determining the claim of the Ilegis-. trar of the Court to live per cent. ; com mission for collecting and disbursing monies belonging to intestate estates. Mr. Justice Burton's report having been real, Mr. Manning put in seventeen ex ceptions, all of which. were argued and determined. It nppeared that Mr. Manning was fre -quently obliged to appease the solicitations of clamorous applicants, by handing over to them various sums before the proceeds of the effects upon which they were claimed, had been paid in to his hands; a practice frequently attended with loss to him. The court considered the allowance of five per cent. commission on fees collected, a fair and reasonable compensation under all the circumstances, and dete.rmined,.that it should continue by authority of the Court, having a retrospective reference fro...

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Sydney Markets. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 December 1838

Sydney Markets. FasoAY, DEcEMBER 7. Flour, biscuit, and grain, maintained theirpt. eos without any itsmedtate prospect of rise, buta rise rather than a reduction in these article is a. ticipated; indeed there appears to be a stagnatio in the trade at present, and is likely to continue until the harvest is gathered ia. There will it s mere abundant hay harvest than has been Predicted the late showers having seasonably arrived in many districts to counteract the efr-cts of the faroer drought. Maize we quote at a higher figuretbit week than we did last, but the rise is trifling. Lat, week we quotted the average retail price at 4s. pa chases have been made at 4s. Gd. but by wholtale 4s per bushel may be quoted. No rery extensive supplies of tobacco have been received, and little is doing in the Colonial market. Grain maintains its price. Hay and straw are scarce; there was none disposable on Saturday in the market, the prices a will appear below are on the advance. Straw has had a consi...

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Extracts. EXTRAORDINARY CASE OF ABDUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 December 1838

Extracts. EXTR LORDINARY CASE OF ABDUCTION. On Tuesday a considerable degree of commotion w.is eansed in consequence of a hackney-cab and a gentleman's gig, fol lowed by a great crowd of persons, being driven up to the door of the Police office, the f-rater containina a man about 1l5 years of a'e, and an elegantly dressed young lady. The names of the parties was Frederick Walker, from Dub!in, and M:ss Mary Ann M Culloch, who resides with her stwpmother Mrs. Elizabeth M Culloch, ar No 8 Upper B sker-street. Portman square, a'd is grand d.'oghter of the late General M'Culloch. In the gig were Captain Mills, of No 5, York-place. Regent's- park, together with the sister of the }nung lady abote named, and a ilr. Lightfoot, at whose house the Misses M Cullot h, as also the mother, resided. The charge against Mr. Walker (who is the brother of a barrister in Dublin) was, that of having endeavoured to ca ry off, against her free will and consent, Miss Mary Ann M'Culloch. a ward ia Chancery, ...

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Mr. Polack's New Zealand. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 December 1838

MI.r-Po2cr~,s New Zealand -The author of this work resided in New. -ealan for si's or seven years. His -ob ..ject appears tq have been to better his for tunes ; and his time, to have been em ployed in barter, cultivating a farm or two - which be had purchased,-and in travelling both by laud and -water for the purpose of -negotiating commercial treaties with the )'ew Zealand chiefs-or, to speak in Ian . guage more adapted to the theme, in snaking trading barraitis with the heads of wailages. How he protitted in a worldly sense, we do not know; but his sojourn sas not been without advantage in a lite. 'vary view. With some reading, a good deal -of. practical knonledge, very quick and -considerable powers of observation, as well asma dash of facettousness, he has been able to make advantageous u'e of his op. rportunities, anti has produced one of the "nost complete accounts of a half-savage. country we have lately met with. We do s-ot mean to say that he would satisfy the -geo. rapher;...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 December 1838

[Frome the PonrT Ps LLIP GAZETTE, Wo. I?7.) No fewer than one hundred and thirty-nine Indi viduals arrived last week, and with one t oice ex - pressed their appsrobation and astonlihment at our fast rising and Improving town, the greater part of whom intend to tarry amongst us; and others have determined, as soon as the speculations they are at present embarked in will adiult, to take up their abode here. We observe an advertisement in our last number, purporting that the trustees-elect of the Episcopalian Church will receive tenders for the' removal to a new bite and repair of the p.esenat building. We wish an enlargement had also been proposed, for It must he evident to its congregation, that it is not near large enough to contain the number of those desirous of attending worship, particularly when the prisoners occupy one fourth of the room; this fault should therefore be rectified as soon as possi ble, and more especially when we have a clergyman whom we may already pronouncen f...

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Price Current of Colonial Wool. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 December 1838

Price Current of. C.lonial Wool. The Public Sales of Wuol began on the 2,nd instant, and ended this day,-and for 0Clonial Wool were the first of the-season. -The quantity of all kinds sold amounted lo 9,217 bag. 3869 Bags of New South lVases Wool. 2421; ,, Van Dieamen',.Land 107 ,, from Western Anstralia. 934 ,, Capa of Gotd Hope. 239 , Lintabay. 1642 , Otdentt, Spanish. German, Tnr - key, 1Mogadore, and other 9217 Bags. Wool. Owing to the Spring demand for Woollen rt.ads bding much kss than we exg ected, and to the absence of Foreign Orders,, par ticularly from the United States, the Wool %Iarket continued in a very depressed state for nearly two months after the last public sales, which were held in March. and in cluded all the Colonial Wool that remained over of the past season. During that time, tut little business was done in Foreign Wool by Pirivate contract, and such sales Uso were effected were at a still further re duction on the prices submitted to in Mlarch. Holders howev...

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English Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 December 1838

Ehg'ish Extracts. -tFnom tAe SracTr.ron of 4th Aagust.J The mighty outcry in Ireland against the L.VDInTURsT Corporation Bill, has not been irithout its effect on Ministers. To sup Wort such a measure would have been an act of political suicide oei. the' part of the lri-b members elected by Anti-Tory con -stituencies. So quietly -had the amend -mnents been passed through .the House of Lords, that their real consequences were 'hardly thought of on this side of the Chan mel, till a blast from Dublin roused the at tention of sleepy and jaded politicians, -ewrumyed with the subject beyond mortal -endurance. It is understood that, at a con 'fidential meeting of Irish members with Lord John Russell, the Whig Leader-en "deavored to prevail upon his usually un -scrupulous supporters, to accept with little alteration, the measure as it came from the "Lords. But he only t'artially sneceeded. 'The opinion of the majority was, that the bill would make bad worse, and that the continuance-of " th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 December 1838

ABSTRACT OF ALL SALES BY AUCTION, whic/h will be heldbetween this and our tiext number THIS DAY. POLACK, A.-at Rooms at 12, Building Allot ments HEBBLEWHITE, W.-ar Rooms at 11, Wines, Butter, Tobacco, and a variety of Merchandise SIMMONS & CO.-at 11, at Stores of R.-Canmp bell jun. and Co. Sugar, Coffee, Canvas, &e. SOLOMON, S.-in York street, near the' Donny brook,' Shop Goods, &o. HALL JOHN.-at Queen's Wharf at 12, the Schooner Felix. TO-MORROW. WILSON, J. T.-at Rooms, at half-past 11 for 12, Thirteen Farms at Brisbane Water, Pro parties at Windsor and Parramatta, and Land on the North Shore. BLACKMAN, Mr-at Rooms at ii, Preserved Fruits, Ironmongery, Jewellery, '&c. OBSERVE!'! T UP. COUNTiiY Storekeepers, Chemists, Con LJfectioners, and others who are interested in purchasing CONFECTIONERY to the credit of themselves, and-patisfaetion of their patfons, will do well to call at DUNSDON'S Wholesale and Retail Establislihient, where theyrwill find "vei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 December 1838

SALES BY AUCTION. MR. LISCOMBE B EGS to inform the Public, that he has received instructions from A. Watt, Esq., of Esrom, near Bathurst, to dispose of by Public Auction, on MONDAY the 17th December, at twelve o'clock, the whole of that Gentleman's very valuable House hold Furniture, Plate, &c, The above is well worthy attention, having been most tastefully selected without regard to expense, and- the Pro prietor being about to remove, will be sold without reserve. .Bathurst, November 22, 1838. SALE OF LIVE STOCK, The Property of the Australian Agri cultural Company, On or about the 8th of March 1889, WILL BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, AT MAITLAND, BY MR. ALEXANDER 0000, SHEEP. ABOUT SIX THOUSAND EWES Three Hundred RAMS of the Saxon and French Merino Breeds - Two Thousand WETH ERS About one half of the EWES will consist of Yearling SHEEP, and a portion of the remaining half are in Lamb to Rams selected for the Com pany's use. Three thousand of the EWES a ahiitng on the Company'...

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Immigrants. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 December 1838

Immigrants. We have on several occasions remonstrated on the marked difference shown by the Government in the reception of immigrants introduced under. the bounty system, and those brought out in the Government ships. In the justice of our former remarks we are confirmed by every day's experience, and we hope the attention of His Excellency the Go- vernor will be directed to this subject, and that he will alter the present practice, which for reasons we have before stated at length, we consider unjust towards the particular class of Immigrants, who, with such detriment to the interests of the Immigra- tion scheme now publicly authorised and universally approved, suffer severely. Our object in alluding to the matter at present is to state, that two ships (the Fairlie and James Pattison) are daily expected to arrive with a con siderable number (as we are informed) of well selected Agricultural Labourers, Shepherds, Me chanics, &c. under the Bounty or Independent system; this c...

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