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Port Phillip MELBOURNE, (PORT PHILLIP,) 13TH NOVEMBER, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 December 1838

Port Phillip Extract from letter, from a gentleman at Port Philip, dated the 13th and 24th November. MELBOURNE, (PORT PHILLIP,) 13TH NOVEMBER, 1838. The whole of the trade is in the hands of the Vandemonians, who feel exceedingly jealous at a Sydney arriva ; one person said they would as soon see the devil come amongst them as us. They have regular traders to Hobart Town, and LAUNCESToN especially, who supply all the publicans, gro ers, dealers, and others w th every thing requisite. As to provisions, it is like bringing coals to Newcastle; beef and mutton of delicious flavour and quality only 3d per lb, upon which we are feeding our crew for economy's sake; potatoes and bread are also cheaper than in Sydney, and all in the eatable way of colonial produce, supe- rior to any thing I have ever seen in New South Wales. Indeed it would do your heart good to sit down to a breakfast at Port Phillip, enriched also by its beautiful milk and butter, beyond anything I could have expected, nor...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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VESSELS EXPECTED IN SYDNEY FROM LONDON, With the dates advertised to sail. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 December 1838

VESSELS EXPECTED IN SYDNEY . FROM LONDON, With the dates advertised to sall. Jane 10-Au; usta Jessie, Edinborough, master. 10-.Francis Spaight, 400. Sayers, smaster. 10-Perfect, 658, William Snell, or Small, RAN. master. 10-Eirl Durham, 400, J. Cabell, master. 10-.linerva. (convicts) 327, George Brown, mnd t(-r. 10-Asia, 5:36, J. T. Stead master. 20-Mledesa, 483 tons, Pardu master, cleared out 14th July. 20-City of bdinbur'h, 400 tons, Thomas Thiosp'sn miaster. 20-Xarenal, Reed, from Cork. July 23-P'rtsea. 450, Lowe, snauter. 25-Aeu4sus Caw.ar, 500, Wan. Lacey, master. 28-Charles Kerr, 463, Hartford Arnold, sas ter. . Aug. 1- lowne, 619. Riihar 'stin, master. I,-Alqje.etic, 350, Niulin, msstur. 3-Airlrgaret. 361, Thomras Canneyr, maa'er. 5-Elphinstonn, 425, Thos. Frnamlin, mater. 10-11'illirm Wi'e, 245, Ellis, master. 10-Glenherni**, 388, King,.uaster. 15 -Eweretta, 500, Gilmore, master. 20-Lord "f7lliam . B&atinch,. 44;,).William Doutty smast&r. 20-Royal Geprge, 466...

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LAID ON, BUT TIME OF SAILING NOT FIXED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 December 1838

LAID ON, rUT TIME OF SAILING NOT FIXEB. CLrnarvon, for the Fishery Fortuije, tilr the Fishery illary, Swindells, for Fishery. Iee, for Hlubhrt Town. Janet Izat. for India. Governor Phillip, for Norfolk Island. Jess, fur New Ze'tltmd Muaitlanr, for India FOR SALE, TREIGHIT OR CIIARTER. A new, cntter, 40 tons, at Agar's wharf, for sale: Renown, lot freight or chatter Ninarod, for sadle

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SHIPS CLEARED OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 December 1838

* SHIPS -CLEARED-OUTWARDS. * SYDNEY.-Eweretta, Gilmore. -DrrTo.-Francis Spaight, Sayers. CROMARTY. AND SYDNRY.-Aaia,- , ballast. SYDNEY.-Charles Kerr, Arnold. Nzw ZEALAwn: Travels and Adventures dsring a Residence qf Seven Years in that country. Br J. S. Polack, Esq.-Mr, Polack appears to us to be the man of all others calculated to introduc the blessings or civilization among a barbarous and benighted people. He does not startle their judices with violent and exasperating oppositios but humours them with apparent tolerance, wbile he is.quietly pursuing a series of measures calculated permanently to reclaim them from vice and grievnu ignorance. His researches have been infinitely more extensive than those of any other traveller (Cook included) in the same country, and his pictures of New Zealand society (1) are, accordingly more full and curious. In his descriptions of the aspect of the wild land lie traversed he frequentl7 rises into poetry, though it is impoasible not toea that th...

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DEPARTURES. None. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 December 1838

DEPARTURES. None. PROJ'ECTED. DEPARTURES. AMerlin for Batavia-Rmma on a sealing trip-Dab. lin Packet, for Cloudy Hay,-H, Al. II. Plrnur,, for New Zealand via Nortalk Island-Nerea. for South Australia-7I'Fr/eam Stove/l, fur tht fishery-first fair wind. Kate. for Port Phillip, 44th instant .4delaide, for South Australia via Port Phillip, the 15:h instant Marian Watson. for HobartTown the 15th inst. The French Frigate La Venus, for Nev Zealand the 15lh in tant. Hope (Greaves,) for South Australia via Port. Phillip, 16 Is instant Mllinerva, Port Phillip via Launceston, the 16th instant, with emigrants Saint George, fer Sourabaya and England, the 16th instant Freak, fr 5Iauritint, via South Australia and King George's Sound, in about ten days. Florentia, for London 23rd inst Wo/dlark. for the filhery. 23rd instant. Alberemrmbnle, for Hobart Town. 25th inst 1/guela, for London, first week in January. RoIlyn Castle, rur London. last week in. January. Hope, (Coombes) for London, in all Febt...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 December 1838

I JcESTER.-The demand for goods continues steady. The weavers are generally employed, and the stocks ofuseftul goods aic not large. The wool market continues firm, altsough but 'little business is doing.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 December 1838

1The-Sales of Wool which began on the 14th instant.and ended this day, consisted of .ii t 14s of New South Wales Wool. 201 - Van Diemexi'sland. a - .Cape~of;GoodHUope. * gs of Colonil d, and - of sundry other tescriptions. the quantity put up so soon after the ý'. . July, and the expectation of further l1t : lTing place within six weeks or two uuorth. ti the present time, th y have realized ,4*!rv go'u'l t,' ;es iWotwh not so high by id. tier lb.. rtthe ar, .". of the lI~sr Salesw.e the Market, ii'en 6 ate of Coluiial Wool. With the ex , "ptr-, ?ry few locks which are "ve*II Lot up, t-eial"c t,. ICK: IY. which was in beautiful con hiiion,) the enerality of the New South Wales Viii .1 .a .h ' Iv walhed and full of hand, though ;nt in qn i . Lambs Wool continues much sought flrtrr and 1.c(-.-ht high prices. Thu tirit. s received dasily from 'the manufac itu in di-ttic re very satistactory, and there i+ it iy :tppe u-a u'e of a henalhy state of trade, and <;te:.*!v pici bein...

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LIVERPOOL MARKET, AUGUST 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 December 1838

LIVERPOOL MARKET, AUGUST 17. ITnes.-At the public sale of 7,700 East India Kips, the whole were sold at very high prices; good sound dry salted brought 11d. to llid., rubbed d to 94d., sound brined 7d., rubbed ,5d. to aid., sound dry Q d., rubbed 51 to 61d., and Buffaloes 4j to 4j per its. About 2,000 salted Buenos Ayres Ox were also 'old by auction on Tuesday, at 41d ro 41d, 300 Cows at 41d., 160 brined at 7d , and 440 dry-salted Brazil at Sid. The Tobacco sales or the week amount to 110 lahds., or which 40 sere for Ireland, and the remainder to manufacturers, with outchange in prices. RUM, BRANDY AND HOLLANDq.-There has been a brisk and general demand for Rumt..ad rather higher prices have again. In most instances' been obtained. In Jamnaica the sales have amounted to 300 paun, 23 to 25 per cent over proot at 4s 21 a 4s 3d, 28 to 3t1 over ds 4d at 4sa id, 32 to 36 over 4s 8d a 4s 10d. Of Leewvards 250 puns have peen sold, proofs to 3 per cent over at 2s l0d a 2s I Id, 4 to 6 over ...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 December 1838

DIARY. MEMORANDLUM FOl Tito P. 4INO WEEK 3 I High Water, 3 31 A mt.- 4 5 p 74. -31 Hiah Water, 4 36.a M4.- 5 8 r M. 4 I Hith Water, 5 40 A 4e.- *6 14 P ar. '151 High Watyr,/ 46 A H.-- 7 2 p P M. '6 I High Water, 7 4I A at.- 8 -0 P Pl. 17 1 Hiih Water, 8 15 A 74.- 8 54 P. M. * New. Moon -28m. after 10 A. M4. 18 1IHigh Water, 8 30 A a..- 8 54 r. at. Sun rises, 52w. pant 4.-Sets.8m. past 7.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 December 1838

TO CORRESPONDENTS. - AWlio' h we condemn the religionu principles of the wiiter who has sent usa letter in defence of the -conduct of the Coummander of the 'French frigate, ,the defence will appear in our next.

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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 — 12 December 1838

ttlfleritlp flietrardlogiral triable. 'VARIATIONS OPTHP.RMOMIThl R, &C. &C.-TAKEN AT 9 IN TIM MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 6 IN 'TOP. EVNNINI RP.NPP.CTI*'.FIy. WlYNRSOAY.. 3i 60 64 60 NE Cloudy 'rHuUsnAY.... 6 61 71 68 NE Ditto FRIAY ....... 7 68 71 67 NE Ditto S tTURDAY .... 8 70 76 70 NE Clear SoNDAV....... 9 70 80 70 .NE Ditto MONDAY...... 10 68 7'i 76 NE Ditto i'UESDA v ...... 11 64 71 68 SW Cloudy 'Mean-Temp. 70 ý

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 December 1838

Birth. On the Gth inst. Mrs J. H. Lister, of Macquarie place, of a daughter. Deaths. At Lake Mucquarie, on the 29th ult, Euphemia, Janet, daughter of William Brooks, Esq. Locheud, aged eleven years and a half. On Thursday last the 6th instant, at the late Parsnage, Campbelltown, Julia, the youngest     daughter of the late Rev. Thomas Reddall, aged fourteen years and four months. On Monday last, Margaret, the wife of Mr J. Mohan, boat builder, Cumberland street. On Monday lust, at his residence, George street, Mr Joseph Hlately, aged GS years.

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EXPECTED IN SYDNEY, FROM VAN DIEMAN'S LAND, PORT PHILLIP, AND SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Caledonia, from Port Phillip. The Laura, from Liverpool, arrived at Hobart, on the 23rd November. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 December 1838

EXPRCTED IN SYDNKY, FROM VAN DIEMAN'S LAND, .PORT l'tILLIP, AND SOUTU AUSTRALIA. Caledonia, from Port Phillip. The Laura, from Liverpool, arrived at Hobart, On the 23rd November. The schooner Minerva, which it was understood would take on troops to Port Phillip, will proceed direct to Launceston on Sunday next, having the greater part of her cargo engaged for that ponrt. Captain Downes, has taken charge of her. She lies at the wharf of her agent, Mr. Moore. The Alfred, Captan. Flint,s- is daily expected with Emigrants. She is a first.elass ship, WAs formerly in the H. E.; I. . ompany's service, has superb cabins- poop, &c,, and is particularly calcuti lated to take passengers. NEWS PER Jess rRo03 NEW ZEALAND.--Th, French lteman Catholic Bishop had jIulchased i piece of land, about half an acre, for the erection of a Chapel, at Kororakiltai, from Mr. Roberton. late of the Tasmanian whaler Caroline. It is expected ,that the Chapeliwillibe completed in the course of a very shor...

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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 12, 1838. Nothing extenuate, nor ought set down in malice.—SHAKESPEARE. News by the James Pattison. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 December 1838

SYDNEY MONITOR X COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER "WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 12, 1838 lfothing extenuite, nor aught set down in malice.-SuAxis News by the James Pattison. THE .Jancs Pattison arrived yesterday. having left Plymouth the '2sth of. August.. Parliament, of course, had been prorogued. 'But we have no space for politics till our next. The Wool Sales and other mercan-, tile mntter, have fHled up till our time, and, all our columns.

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London Markets. VAN DIEMAN'S LAND AND NEW SOUTH WALES PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 December 1838

London Markets. (From the LONDON NxET PnIcR CunRct'riT' 24th August.) VAN DIEMAN'S LAND %ND NEW SOUTH WAAUES PRODUCE. 1Bark. Nlimosa,'per ton,-from 9/to I'! Gunt-Rirm. cwt in bond, from 20/ to 391 Had s, per Ab from 2.d to 3+ 41i, Soothed's, pt's' run, from 241 to 271 Ditto, .Elephants', from 241 to.271 Ditto, Apetm, 821 Ditto, Head Alatter.807' Skins, Seal, each; front 3/ to 60/ Ditto, Kangaroo ftow 'is to ss Whalebone, per k n, 1.401 Wheut,.per 1nnarter, froL.t 64s to 80c Wol tine, per lb, fra.m 2: 24 to 2s 88 Ditto. good, (aum is 108 to 2s Ditto, middling, from Is 6d to Is lOd ;Ditto, Ordinary, fron 1 Id to .1s 3d Ditto, in te bgrease,8I/ Ditto, Lmnb, (uom is 1d to 2s 3d Wood, Cedar-per loot, (ront 4d to*Gd .NI)RFTH AT51ERICAN *PRODUCE. Whent, 'Canada Tied, from 2118s to 312s-Wiiite,, from 2118s to 3110* Flour, per barrel of 196 lbs,'Canada (fesh, fronm 11 6 to.21-United mtates, none Tar, per hatrel,'Carolina. 16s Gd-Virginia, none Tobacco peri'l in hand-Niawyland, Cargoes, none ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 December 1838

AGENTS "ro TaH :` nev ,jonitor anl uommercial U ,R Subscribers at.d the Public : will please take notice, 'that Mr. s iseombe of Bathurst, Mr. William SR-ross of Windsor, and Mr. Cornelius -of the St. Michael Store- ship, Green i are the Agents in their respective nieighbourhoods for this Journal. 'hese gentlemen are supplied with printed receipt books, and are autho r;ised to receive money and take orders on account of this Otfice, and our country friends are accordingly re uested to pay them with as little delay as possible, particularly our old :standard friends. 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 Supplement, and -that the afternoons of Tuesday, Thurs -day, and Saturday, are employed in pressing off the outer side. Conse -quently, former Advertisements re "quiring alteration, mustbe sent to the. Office before twelve o'clock noon of those days, or the al...

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Price Current of Colonial Wool. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 December 1838

Price Current of Colonial WooIl. The Series of Public' Sales of 'Colonial Wo6l, in 'the present month of August have taken place as follows, viz. AAugust Australian. Tasrant fm. Cape. Total. 14 J. T. Simnes & Co.... 347 743 - .... 1090 45 T.Southey&Son.... 506 519 -..... 1025 36 Marsh & Co ....... - - .... 1040 37 J.T. Kimes & Co.....763 431 - 1.... 194 18 Loughnan&. Co..... - - - .... `82 20 T.Southey& Son.... 448 451 - .... 899 2) Eheworth........... .17 69 '80 .... 8P6 lt Finzat'd& Co...... 22 - 117 .... 139 -21 J. T. Sines'&Co.... 220 947 2 .... 1169 22 Marsh $ Co........ - - .... 1067 23 J. T. Sines & Co.... 996 248 126 .... 1370 Bales 9961 I'he prices have been as follows: Australien Flocks. 'Istrate Combing.......... none lit " Clothing.......... 2 2 " 2 10 '2 id rate Combing.......... 1 8 " 2 3 2nd "'Clothing.......... 1 6 " 2 - .3rd rate or ill cttnditioned.. 1 4 " 1 7 Lambs', superior........... none D...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 December 1838

141 OFFICIAL GAZITTE. Published Weekl4 by the Local Government. WeDNESDAY, DECaMasxE 5, 1838. Colonial secrettar*'es Ofie. Sydney, 4thi December, 1838. MOUNTED POLICE. NOTICE is hereby given, that terjders will he received at this Office until Statuerday, the 22nd instant, at noon, far furnishing Forage for the' Horses of the Mounted Police for twelve calendar months. conmnmencini lst .lanuasy, 1839, at any of the undermentioned Stations: - Sydney, Longhottonm, Parramatta, Windsor. Emu Plains, Weatherboard, Liverpool, Caipbeeiltown, Watliongonfe, IBowen's Hollow, Bathurst, Mudgee, Lachlan, Wellington, Mount Vittor ia, Dable, Goal Iurn, Berrinaa, Braidwood, Yalbrnir. aess, Murray Itiver, .Jerry's Plains, Maitland, Invermein. The Ration of Forage for each Horse daily S lts. Maize, Barley, or Oats 4lhs. Biran 12Ibs. Onten, or cultivated Grass Hay, and 41bs. Wheat Straw, and in case the whole Ration of Forage be not re quired or delivered, each of the species to be reckoned as the porti...

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Fish Oils. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 December 1838

Fish Oils The following sales took place at Gar raway's Coffee- house, on the 17th August. One hundred and sixty tuns Southern Oil, ex Katherine Stewart Forbes; from Hobart.-57 casks, £26 15s; 76 'casks, £26 1os. ; 12 casks. £27; 25 casks, £6; ; 38 casks, 626 5s; 36 casks, £2'i 10s ; 2 casks, £24 15s; 2 casks, £25. Forty seven tuns Southern Oil, ex Lord I'illsam IBentitidc.-15 casks; £25 15 16 ditto, £26 5s; 14 casks. £26; 12 casks, £25 10. ; 5 casks, £25; 3 casks, £27 . E.ighty-six tuns Southern Oil ex Isa bella.-23 casks, £26 5s; 37 casks, £26; 8 casks. £25 1Os; 23 casks, £26 los 24 ca-ks, £26 15s; 2fJ casks, £25 15s J7 casks, £25; 18 casks, £24.15s ; 23 casks, £24 ; 8 casks, £24 5s. Twenty-seven tuns Sperm, ex fsabella. -2 casks, £81 ; 24 casks, £81 Ss ; 3 -casks, 2681 los. Fifteen tuns Southern Whalebone, ex Katheriu- Stewat Fobes.-'243, at £135; 60, at £136. Two tuns and three qua'ters Whalebone, ex Isabella.-12, £130; 40, 131 ; 2, £35.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 December 1838

SALLb OF TH"E 14DH AUGUST. -gnia?,e frm Sydney. -A G 5 bales is Sd; 5 . 16rlsA19d.; I bale Is ¶04,; 26 basles Is Ilk; 9 hsmdes 2, .5 h ues 2s h 8 bales .2s id; S bales "s 1d)h; C & . 2 bales Is 2hd; 9 bales, .Is 6d; 8 J,7fl; . 'lb haler average is Bbd ; J L18I bales ,5vLInigc 1,s4i J1t ;Ti bale at I. 2hd ; C over T P. Nuil_ý uaadue ? '9 bales average Is 8d; F A and T* und~e 10 b ars9 average Is dl; g B & Co. 45 bales ct'ecragc i bi it C 9 bales at 9d ; Duke 25 bales *ezcveage Is ;1$d" 1Lrd Weis'z'ls Bentisck from Sydney. -B-el treet I bates is .k; IS Is 8d;. 131' 7d1; 6. Is 7k.; 5, Is 6;hd W I F1 bale Is IOd; 4, Is Sld; 4, NV. ' 7 h«I'ldj u8Ad,; I, Is 7d 4,-4. ls!9d.; WVC t ales, Is 5d; ,Ja6,bales Is I0kd ; JJP1 4.bales h .. .1t.-t 4. SALE OF THE 1STH AUGUST. Aiedfrom Sydnae.-C & H and %V'I P under. neath 4 bales at Is.7Thd.; 4. Is Sd; 3, Is 8dW" J W, 6 bales ati- 9h; I, Is 7d; 4, Is 1Ohd; 2, Isl0d; "I, c thdd; R M 2 baleat'Is 9d;7, Is 10d; 7. hlOhd: 1. Is 6d...

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