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The Drought. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 October 1838

The Drought, While we write, the dust is flying in clouds under the impetus of a parching wind. We regret to say, that the farms of our interior for hundreds of miles are as   dusty as Sydney ; and the farm-houses, in which in England road dust is unknown, are not much better off in this respect than the houses in George-street. It is painful to tell the truth, and do our duty by the public when that truth is clothed with dis- aster. We are old hands, but never until   now, did we hear of lambs being killed to save the mothers, that is to say, at this season of the year. Twenty years ago, the ewes on this side the Blue Mountains, used to lamb in May, June and July, and we have known the ewes in frosty nights to desert their lambs yeaned during the night in too many instances. But we never heard of the owners deliberately killing the lambs because there was nothing to eat for the mothers. Others who do not deliberately destroy the lambs are not better off. M...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor And Commercial Advertiser, The
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Police News. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER, 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 10 October 1838

Police News. WEDSEISDAY, OcromeaR 3. John Burt and James Martin, two apprentices belonging to the John Renwick Captain John Byron, and Charles Jackson and Henry King, two seamen belonging to the same vessel, were charged with desertion, and taking with them their clothes and bedding. The apprentices alleged, that the Chief Officer had beaten them, and threatened' to serve themn out when they got outside the Heads. The blows, as well as the threats, were both denied. The seamen had nothing to urge in. extenuation. The apprentices were sent to the treadmill for ten days each, and the seamen were sentenced to forfeit all wages due. together with all clothes they might have on b ard. Joseph Raphael was charged with picking the pocket of Mr. Denton, a poulterer of Market street,   of £18. Mr. D. deposed, that upon leaving his house on Tuesday morning about 11 o'clock for the purpose of being shaved, he placed in his left waist- coat pocket, two five and eight one pound notes...

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Crown Lands. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 October 1838

Crown .anis. The following appenred iin a Contemporary (the Colonis?it) offVedncsday : We have been much gratified to learn, that His Excel. lency the Governor has determined to act no the sugges tionaoontained in a late number-of this journal, as to the disposing of the waste lands at Port Phillip, viz :-to amfx a price to the land, proportioned in some dgt ee to its real value, and, to allow it to be purchased at that price by anypersnn whatever, without the interve.tion of a s:.le by public auction. There, is one of the most important class of purchasers, who will doubtless hail-such an ar. rangement with peculiar satisfaction-we mean newly. arrived emigrantsof moderatecapital. To think of persona of this class being allowed, as has frequently been the ease to our own certain knowledge, under the system that has hitherto prevailed, to remain for months in Sydney, wait. tuing till theland they had selected should he measured, and then tillit should be sold-why it was a system of c...

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Quarter Sessions. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 October 1838

Quarter . ession5. Wn' NEt:DAY, OCT. 10. Summary Jos ifdatelin -Before the Chairman, and IMr. Canmpbell, jtniir. .Mary I.amb assioned to AMr. Smith of Mhiler's Plior. 'wa indlicted for ai?ueillinl with intent to kill, one D. Glnrma , her tell,*w asIlit?ne. ?, r;nt, on the 25*h 1:\unst last. It nplpa etI it,n viilence, that on he tIev in qaeLti.tn the lp iseCllror was; w;aiiin a, table,. and lhelr dinnler wast nearly rolrlntlinde, ias ?e it? deen for nsome radishest, which tile pis,.ner wasi c'c:,ninL. He rettulnecl to the onll sVy iNgi, the would not let hire hare thelo. The piO?rcult?r l*a;s aainI sent for the I'r ishe.., wheli itl. toaster heard a dispute between the woman and himl, aund heatd lhthe otan cry out. The wl.matn afterwards calel, nlco with the radishes in her hand aid on Ieinu askedl what was the :natter with Dennis ? She replied' nothinu." Hea?ing the oalin still cry lttt, ils toaster proceeded down stairs, and ,fet hinm conitnte up the steps with his handhi on his s...

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 October 1838

pR)MJEC'I'ED DE.tAI'?'l tTEW.S. Ararcne" for -ilutaritin rlia Newcantle; CIeuness A rham fe .tlara ; u11d T,' ar, at ir t uaUh , uhd i , hurl' da. fAf,'? r.. ftor Lonro(l,, ; Emerald relif, for Clcnttixi Puul Pry, for Pirt Phillip; and -i .or Philli ,, for Norf.lk sland, onu uunday. The bhatemplnloerl biy the Goreriment t in taking the prisioni S ipring Core, wtas rapsized in he rn lint Itf thP quarantine station, -owine to the in?elnrt of Ihie ci x ?i(I (TaIlor), in cnatie, 'iVlio, Iut tltl fr s Intx t.t ieasttd; and oune nIlatn attached in the overnmenlt boat's crew, nalmed Sully, 'was o whe d. The lboat a vety tine on') is al-)o Iot. rThhe rlwain wrs sent to the watch-hcu' e on Ilbeing The rn i to Sylney. Bit for the promipt a-ist onlcertdrtel biy the lhoir helmonein to the il'illiam Rcers the whole of tne c ew would have been drowned lr.Tlltrom has cOmlletrd tile s.ernnd Life-hloat, Intended for the harblr at Polrt mlarqu:a ie. She i sald , hlie .stpe, ii to tie last o? e, fl,, ...

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Wool and Woollens. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 October 1838

'Wc.ol and Woollens. By the JTohri M I,ellan. we received smne valuable Tables relative to woll and woollen mannufactures, which we liublished in the *upplemeat of our lIst aumlter., anld .whili we now putrpee to make the uhbject onl rennth ; beg)it?ig our readers before they proceed wi*h thisitticle, t.; plcee those tablebefoure them. It will he perceived. that the total detaihred value of ihi i h woolleln lsaufal t r I's e)xported from the): U. ite'd l tngdo a during the lttat year, was £4,655.977 ; of which the United Mtates of Anmerica ritceived to the vaul, of nearly one fourth. "] his will at ,nice Iccounat for the derlngesmenilt in tradoe. cuee,.;qu?nt'on the sudden extiinction of the dr.r.lid tlr.,;n so ,important a market, though pecu )i}ar circum',ance" .tended to inveat the American ttr?le swi h .si, arldiltonali:usiortiusci which does not crnini ely.b-loug toqit. tDturing the discuseioni of the Alierican toa if the tritled .with the United States., owivnti taoth,' l unet...

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

Death. At his residence, Campbell-street, on Saturday, the 6th instant,Mr. Patrick Callaghan, aged 30, after a short and painful illness being an old resident of the Colony, and deeply regretted by a numerous circle of relations and friends.

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

SALES BY AUCTION. TO LINEN DRAPERS, MILLINERS, &c. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, .BY T. W.'SMART, At his Rooms. George-street, TO-.MORROW, Saturday, 13th instant, at Eleven o'clock pre cisely, AN assortment of Silk, Velvet, and Fancy SWaistcoating Black and Colored Gros de Naaples Figured and Checked ditto Satins. Satinets, and Poplins Bonnet, Waist, and Fancy Ribbons White and Colored Berlin Gloves Po't and Cartridge Paper Ladies' Chemises and Jackets Poplins , la Francaise Flooring Brads Bar and Head Hurdle Nails Two hundred and thirty bolts, No, I to 6, Canvas Five pieces Marseilla Waistcoating One case Drills One case Satin One case Linen One case colored Fancy ditto, &c. Terms declared at time of Sale. CHINA GOODS, V.X " RUNNYMEDE." TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, S BY T, W. SMA-,RT, At his Rooms, in George-street, on MONDAY, the 15th instant, at 11 o'clock precisely, A LARGE assortment of China Goods, now landing ex Runn'jmede, and comprising an extensive assortment of the ver...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 October 1838

SNE1WS OF THIE DAY. Letters have reached Sydney. statin that a party - olf medl bushrangers are scour'ing the WVelltaiton dis' rict. robbing the out stations, and ill-using those who refuse to succour them. r Ilushringingt i sahi to he on the increa'e. It drnh not require rnoch -Ittaity t! dli-covter tile can-e ltreceit tlial-i in oar Ciintiinil Connrs. have d. covered .-soml e of theml. as, for instanice, insecurity tof the stockades ; secondly, tihe inshlltrdinati,,n iol the military in, chi.rtce; anli thirdly. the prevalence -of sly-igrog elling. Even thel miounted police, onre Smost effective, itllenlar to he falling into c,'-rupti,,n and entitiipt. The pronlait and ,init'ted efl irt of lithe rivil andt miliM-.y l'owver-, the simniil,anw-tii ex-'rtions of all ill any way oennected it ith eil d nitiemltti'lrt antd cintiil of convricts, Ilmuslt tnoi hlI. l'ro~ltht intto iDtmlletdiae ,pi atlor to chlck the evils which threatten the contlitv., nt only frol,i the. prevalence andl inc...

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Odds and Ends. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 October 1838

Odds and Ends. ear A mYRaY CORRfSPONiLVsr.] A PuBt.tC D ri c .-The two new Curis r' fth Policek,- llee hat e tuned oalt iawkw v.dly. in tiw first ilace. Itl-y cst twice ar much, unl t eclird twice as muich tittle in the trection, as "int prinrle. man wnui lltltre thrown away upon theta. Then the inces'utt alterations, atising from "few Ide" which startt d up. mr tred the lris?ial design, And when at lenlth tlhey had astsumied the " for,,i and press," of smething Ilke a bull inla, nlIr diver% pnlline--down andl building" up, thidt ehe d'?Cturr a?bilic silt mounted the whole, the b (H was -t admtirlably contit ited, a to act is a sieve t, r.rfresh thie sitting atnieitraces an they administercd jus.tiee. Th'le resulr. wtas, thalt after the irA hea shoiwer, a couple of tonlls o phiaster Cattle din wnl ao r,un. llacinl three sages or the I ndl in lnminnent prila, antd I eenlteiil, trme cleling at first-rate shower. bath. This olfice it continued tt erfnortl W il'ecldt, until tlhe pteseau...

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Police News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 October 1838

Police News. hRReAL ASAVDLT -On Tue'sday evening, two men Inamd William lMassey. and WVilliam Constan-. tine. both servants in the employ of MIr. Matthew man, the brewer, had somec words. upon which Massey struck ConIstantine Fevrr.I l'lo.vs in the throat ('Constntinle bw'c.ame weak fri'omn the blows, and requested a fellow servsnt to fetch hint some acHter. This nrtn .sttted.that while lie wese gone to fetch the wiater; he heard Conhtattine calling nut fur mercy. and upon returning, found Iiih ly ing in ion the floor with his arm lbriloken in thle, places. Ie.ildes Iting severely injurSed in several parts of his body ; Massey st.llding over hinm with a bar of heavy wood. The only defence Maw-ey urged was, that Constan tine had broken one of his teeth with a ?sueelpn, (this was denied) * hich lie should never recover the u-e of. whereas Coinstan;tine might recover the use of his arm. Commnittedltor trial. On Wednesday, a nman nanled William Homer, was brought before the Police. char...

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Legislative Council THURSDAY 11TH OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 October 1838

Legislative Council THURSDAY 11TH OCTOSeft. Present the (,nvernor. tie .Cibir Jettce, the Bishop, the Colonial Secretiary. the Attorney I:etae ral, Alr. .Irheow, Colotdrl 6laihe, Ar. Campbell Air. J'.nes, Mar. Berry, il-. Blaxland, atid SIr; John, Juxblidon. - - The Dketillitinn B1l11 was recnmnmltted In aide ,to made .6 Jew altgraailwa. They oubslated in suhstitutine the wartds " illicit spririts." .i lieu it others which h ril bleren intollercsd fur thie puIntl of ds fininnl wlhat sree illicit sphits. An additisn was liade to one of tihe clauste, prsrvidilne that apto. thecule" s shoIuldr enter into recovniz rnces tnot to di-til any spitrit. exceplt 'ilrlis It i isiht he wanted Is an to ticle of their trade. The stills altlowed to wine grower', were t estricted to hold not -mlne than fifty, and oit l'rs tihant twenty-five alhons. The Bill wa:s ordeierd to be read at thitd tiur this d.,y. CoLfsN .L SIrD(.RA' C('I.AiiA.-The enni~deration of tile clsiml ii Colonel '4;n.derars fto cor...

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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 12, 1838. Nothing extensale, nor ought set down in malice.—SHAKESPEARE. The New South Wales Act for Regulating Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 October 1838

MOlNEY EEO-TR 8 COMMERCIAL ADVERTISEIR 'FRIDAY P.IORNING, OCTOBER 12, 8.'36. Nethang a?enaetfe, nor ar"ght act down In inliee.-Saicrz 'praas. The N~ew South' Wales Act for lRegulating Newspapers. Governor Gipj?' opinion in Couneil respecting tihe press gen'erally, isnJ the` New South Wales Act, which regulhntes tie New South Wales press, 'has been delierred in the Legislative Council, uand hbows,that hlis Excellency hass come to a sound judgment on the subject. The Governor also de cl.tr.*d. that he had no objection to assimilate the law ofthiscolony on tihe press, to that of EIingland. The colonial Act for regulating the press of New "south Wales, was the production of General Iar dling.' Mr. MI.Leay, Archdeacon Scott, and Uir. 'Barrister Caiter. T'he latter gentleman has the credit of having been particularly active on the sub ject It was reported it the time, and belicvrd, that he strongly advised, that any editor when im iprisoned for libel on tihe government, should suffer that...

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

FOR NEW ZEALAND. r-'pO Sail on the 1st November, nI tihe fine first-class ship "' COROMANDIEL,,, 2fi2 tons burthen, per register, Tho mas Neal, Commander. For Freight or eiage, tIiply to the Commnnder on hoard. ~N..-1One hundred tons Kentledge. and a lot of sp~a'on Sale, for terms apply as above. FOR PORT PHILLIP& SOUTH AUSTRALIA Positively on Mlond.y', the 15th instanlark * IT IIE Fine First.,;a r I "R EG' ' r .Johnstone-, .,.er, has room for a few tons more freigt .rly application i necessary. nor Frei g~or Passage, apply to ISAAC SIMMONS :or, the Captain on board, l?ing at Moore's Wharf. O--iR IIOBART TOWN. T ilIE fine fast.sniling brig 1. " BEE," J. J. Hunter master, will posi tirnnly sai on Sunday next the 14th instant, having the reater part of her cargo engaged. For freight or Passage, having superior accommodations for T passengers, apply to the Master on hoard; or, to D. MGAN, Hobert Town and Launceston Packet 0Oice. S.dney, 8th October. IP35, 38, Lower George-st. F...

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Supreme Court "Snuggery." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 October 1838

Supreme Court " Snuggery." We were much struck on reading the fillowing morcedu in the Sddney :leralld of Wednesday : There is a strike an:mongst the Barristers for .higher Wa ces-wo beg their Inrdoin, henvierfeeA. In Englland, and in? this connltry heretnf:re, one gainea has l}cu the uatial retaining fee in an a quity Euit, hut they wantnow to make it, to guineas. Mr Sliitor Rd'dd was aIhout bringing the matter before the Court on Satulrday : but their Hinnors thought any matter in d;spute betuween the two brunches of the profession should be brought before them IN ,c A unitd Why di 1 their honours think so ? Aye, that is a question, If not the quuection. Did they think that in a question offees, in which the public are con cerned ( for out of the pwckets of unhappy suitors muot the extra funds proceed which is to reward our barristers for their present "strike,") that the pub. lic would become too knowing?-wotuld be made too well Informed of the ins and outs of legal cupidi'y ? -w...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS.—None DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 12 October 1838

Shipping Intelligence.       ARRIVALS.-- None DEPARTURES. On Wednesday, the Maitland for Newcastle; the John Renrick and Lord William Bentinck for Java; and the William for Launceston

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

Government Gazette, TVEDN?SDA.Y, OCTr e,? 10, 1838. Colonial ýecre·ry'ý01 (fic.- , Sydncy, Octr,ber, 4th, 18:18 11 4 Excellency the Governor has been pleased .- to apPointl Ir, Charles l':dward Newcombe, to be Cl-rk of the , Bench at Goulbour n, vice Mr. Edwards, resign ed. Mr. James Steel, to be Clerk of the Bench at Bungonia, vice Mr. Newcombe. By his Excellency's Command, E. DEAS T .IHOMSOfN. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney,tlth October, 1838S SAVINGS' BANK. IN pursunace of the irovisions of the 21st section So anll Act of the Governor ind Council, ,of the PthWi\liam IV.. No. 16, intituled. " Art Act to itpta in part., ald to amend and extend tile Pro tiinsf sarn Act, intituled ' An Act to E-tubli-h a Saving,' Bank in New South WVales,. and t a pro tide fr tile management thereof, and for the se curl y lfdepspits therein.' His I:xcellency the Go ierlllr hlls been pleased to allppoinlt tile following gentlelen to Act as T' u.tees for the receipt of de puhit fmt the district of...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 October 1838

DIEPAIITUIES. On Friday, the Arachae for Mafuritius via New castle. Same day, the rountess af Durham, for Java. Yesterdary, the Kilmaurs for London.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 October 1838

ARRIVALS. O) Fridny th- Brig Argo,196 tons, Billing, mas ter, from thManiila the 2:mth July, and Batavia 28th Angut--ljai iilc. Sugar, Cffi'e, Segars, &c. &c. Same;i tevening the schooner Harlghihu, 70 tons, Anderson, :nmilter, from Capiti, New Zealand, the 27th illtimto-L:'ilint, oil, hone, &c. Passengers M or. Howell and Thomasl. Chlandler. On Sa?teilay, the schooner Currency Lass, pb ton, Owen 1)vi, master, from Bay of Islalands, (New Zasl nd,) :30th nlt.-Lading, pork, oil, fl.lx, &c. Pas-ctect s--Mr Cunningham, Colonial B,.ta nit, Mr. hiu-by. (hrother of the Consul,) Dr. Hal. denl, M1r. Jauumes Brown, Mr. Hoyle and Mrs. Ser ge:mnt. Smnle day, tile brig Bromleyr 230 tonls, Knox, antter fromn the Cape of Good Hope, 26th July, and Lanltu eston the 29th September-Lading, wine and f.ruitis tll the Cape, and Hay, Wheat, &c. from Launlceston. Paselnger, Mir. Bower, froml Lnun Cestmn,. y. °" Tile shlip which passed this port on Satur day Iut tlthe...

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MANIFESTS. IMPORTS. Reports from the 6th ultimo to the 13th inst., inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 15 October 1838

M A N 1 F iL S TS. IMPOR IS. Reports from the 6th ultimo to the 13th seat., in elusive. October 8-POCKLINGTON, (barque,) 204 tons, Allen, master, from South Seas, W. Walker & Co. agents; 300 barrels sperm oil, W. IWalker 5- Co. October 8-WILLIAM ROGER, 496.tons, Hall, master, from Greenock via Cape of Good Hope; 296 emigrants, and sundry surplus govern ment stores. October 13--HARLEQUIN, schooner, 71 tons, Anderson,master, from New Zealand, F. Peterson, agent; 36 tuns black oil, 95 cwt. whalebone, F. Peterson. Manifest of the ARGO, Billing, from Batavia, not yet reported ; 135 bags rice, 3123 bags sugar, 515 bags coffee, 600 boxes cigars, 1. package Ma nilla hats, 1 package cigar cases, 10 bales Manilla hemp, 68 coils rope, 1 box 1 basket-addressed M' lrtheur. EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 6th to the 13thinstant, inclusive. October 9Zh-COUNTESS DURHAM. 290 tons, Johnstone, master, for Java in bnllnst. October 9-WILLIAM, 149 tons, Thom, mas ter, for Launceston; 100 logs c...

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