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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 December 1838
WANTED. A MARRIED COUPLE. who have had Ten Years experience in the Colony in a large Dairy. are'desirous of engaging in the above busi. ness. Good characters can be g;ven. Apply to "' A," ronr Z ID, AS ' RWzi OFFICa. WANTED, A MAN, AND HIS WIFE, being ffteen months in this country, the former wishes to obtain a place as Overseer over Cattle or Sheep. in town or in the country,' and the latter as Wet Nurse ; or in asiy ,espctable situation, as they both can produce good chat atei for honesty and sobriety. Apply to A. McLEAN, at this Office. SHOP-MYAN WANTED. RESPECTABLE YOUNG MAN who un derstands the Retail Grocery Business and e in proeure good References, will hear of a Situa tion by applying at the Office of- the Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser." - De~ember, 1838, - WOOL. HE Undersigned begs J to announce to G1; ROWERS OF WOOL, generally, that he has received.,nstructions to Purchase a limited quantity of Australian Wool, and being desirous to conclude the Shipment with a...
PRICES OF SUGAR AT THE MAURITIUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 December 1838
pRICES OF SUGAR AT THE M-AIJIIITIUS. - ' From 'Le 1auraticin, 19t. .Octr,,er. SuGAR SALES.--479_ bigs were offered for sale, .n Wednesdayl . aud the. greater. part, as before. bn?olt in.. The following parcels were sold, at, as will beperceived, a decline troli -our previois u?tlota tions:- : 280 Bags One yellow at 5 drs. 65 ct, per 1001bs. 5u9 do. tuiddce 'do.. 30,._',, 4., " " 206 do. fine grey, .., 5:.. .-.':,, " ." 600 do. mid. do. ,. 5 ,. 15,. , 156 do. i' qny Sy. at4 ,, & 4r.12112 cs. Sales on the 12th October.-Three small parcels. ;ogcZher 388 bas:s were exposed to sale on Saturday lost, when 202 bag+'good yellow were bnoghtl in at 5 des 60 ?a, and 132 bags middling 'yellow at 5 dra 25 ct per 1001bs the bnly quantity sold having een , small lot of 52 bags fine yellow at 6 dra per s010? for consumption on the spot. About 1500 bags were, also put up yesterday, but no sale was effected, the highest offer made laving been 5 dra 75 cts per 1OO0bs. for 156 bags, fine yellow...
VESSELS ENTERED OUTWARDS [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 December 1838
'VESSEL'S , EN RED OnTyWAIlDS Decesnher'18=C Ct MANDEL, 08,& ui8.t Gore &'Ct.,. asieit, Itilatavia. December 18--EARL GIREY, 571 toQnr:;? Itpart, agent. for GI;nm. ''.D,ECenher ,I8 _IA-NDARIUN' 423 toni;:Aspl?all .and C.. for.atavia. r?. ". , r n:n , ::." December 22- 'WOODLA IlK, 245 ton, Walker &,Co., agent., for ?tilrit Sen. - ,DL)cen.her 22-DESPATCII, 362 tons, T Street, ageint, for London. Decembler -22-- ISABELLA. 323 'tton," Willis 'Saideiii'ii '&C?;, agents,' for Newcastle;:' "S PIIIITS AND. TOBACCO.. Stock oil hand thel'5th instant--B. P rntn,77,402 gallons-brandy, 16,002 gullons-gin, 29.415 gallons -other spirits, 7,483 galloni.' Fig anid Cavenditn tobacco, 7ti,76? pounds--I$razil ditto, 13,710'pa1snd unlnanufactured ditto 20,i21 pounds-cigars31,512 -pound.-snuff, 2,678 pounds :' !? Received .during the week-B. P.rnmu, 11,199; brandy, 2,477 gallons,-gin, I 559 gallons II I.ert prts, nil-ig and'-Cavendish. tobacco, 9,026 pounds--Brazil ditto,...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 December 1838
c :~XP)WWSw i. OIL- I Bierfi Wliae, p'Yton`-: 60' '0 Black ,, "" ..' ! ':`20 0S. ,Fa'ax-per~toq i`.ý.:' New Zeaiand, rough . 12 0" 0 Tuagsa- BlueGum.-Perload s,_15 0 3 0 Cedarperfoot.. 0 0 27-8 0 2 ShrNDRIES-- ,. Trconiej' , per thousanld. " 0 0 30 ·. " :Aidee. Aalted;'ptir lb. t'::. ::!.. f" 0 _? ' r '. ! Soee. erabColoaolon.: . ** . 0, 4) P·otrj er 06 bs ...? . r= 0 is ' 0 (i ý·ii ý,, 0 90- 6 sake .. .. of o':o ' 010.06
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 December 1838
ABSTRACT OF ALL SALES, BY AUCTION, woiich tilllbe held-between this and our next number THIS DAY. - IAI.,L, J.--At 11 o'clock, the Sailing Boat Lady Gippn. HEBBLEWHITE, W.--At Rooms, at ll o'clock, 1.000 bushels English Oats, 200 tons: Preserved Provisions, Derwent Potatoes, Silver..Plate, Glass-ware, Saddlery, Haberdashery, i nd Gene ral Merchandise. SIMMONS & CO.-At the Albion Mills. at i, o'clock,. Marine Stores of the South Australian and Lady Wellington. MR. BLACKMAN.-At Rooms, Hunter-street, at 12 o'clock, Seven Building Allotments in Cumberland-street; also, , a Cottage, and Two Building Allotments in Sussex street. .ON .SALE, " At the Stores of 'the Undersigned, W OOLPACKS, . WOOLBAGGING, Sewing Twine . Two-Bushel Bags Striped Shirts Duck Frocks and Trowsers Blankets, 8-4 9-4 10-4 Tarpaulins, 16 x 14, 21 x 16 A variety of Wines in wood and bottle. Brandy, Rum Colonial and Negrohead Tobacco:. HysonskinTea Mauritius Sugar Colonial Soap An assortment of Millinery THOS. ...
SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON. Monday, December 24, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 December 1838
SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON. . Jlonday, December 24, I1838. ABELD.OWER, bark, 313,lHenderson, mpasteir1 Oteres*age at theEast side of tihe Cove refitting -Tr Loidos...-- - AldAGE, brig, 227, Haynes, master, Mlr Simmons agent-In the Cove discharging ARGO, brig, 169, Billing master, Dawes agent ;in Darling-Harbour, refitting. CA\ILLA,-bi ig, 262 tons, Gardener, master, Mon tefores, -&.Co, agent, at Moore's Wharf, dis Scharging. CAERNA RVON, bark, 225, (whaler). Irving, master, Bagster, agent, at Irving's Wharf refitting for Somith Seas. CALEDONIA, barque, 190, Symers, master, Ed wards and Hunter, agents-at their wharf, dis charging COROM A NDEL, ship, 666, Loader, master, 'Gosre & Co., agents, in the stream for sea. -. CITY OF EDINBURGH, bark, 366, Thompson master, A. B. Spark agent-at Campbell's wharf, dichairging. DESPA'TCH. bark, 362, T. Street agent, InCove, loading for London. EARL GREY, bark, 571 tons, Talbot master, A. B. Spark agent-in ...
Police News. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 24 December 1838
Police News. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20. Henry Harder, remanded from yesterday, for the evidence of Mrs. Mary Stewart, charged, with violating her person on the Parramatta Road, on Monday night, was brought up for examination this morning. Mrs. Stewart deposed, that she was a widow, and had arrived in the colony a free subject about eighteen months ago. (The remainder of her testimony was corrobo- rated by the evidence of Constable Handley, and went distinctly to prove the violation of her person by the prisoner against her consent.) The witness was &nbsp; much affected while giving her evidence, and the prisoner covered his face with his hand during her examination. He de- clined asking her any questions. He was again remanded for the evidence of Mr. Weedon of the Parramatta Road, publican. Margaret McCarty, a free hired servant in the service of Messrs. Levick and Younger of George-street, was charged with stealing eight large dishes, the pro- perty of the firm. It appeared tha...
HOBART TOWN. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 December 1838
'-OIlIlT TOW'N. ;ARRVALS. Dec.T;--Bti Francis, 2161 'ona, Kitkus, froim Por Phtilip. 27"h Notveber, in 'ballast. Dec. 7--Schoner Adelaide, 96 tons, Marr, from Pot t Philip 2nd December, with wool, &c. Dec. 7--lhtargte Alerope. "12 trms, Clinch, from Twotntld Il,(y.. rd Dec , with 127 head of cattle. Dec. 12--larque Gailltrdon, I91 tons, Tiapioa, fonll Calcutta, 3d Stlepttlnber, with undries. DI- PA RIU R S. Dec. 7-Sclhnnenr Blifsosum, 45 ton', Mitchell, lor Port Philip, With undries and 21 ptasengers. Dec. 9--clhotoner r4amnuel Baker. 209 tons, Wilde, for Sydtney, with sundrits. Dec. ll--Batlque Portsea, 450 tons, Lowe, ftr Sydney, with "29 pt isone'rs, put in for w'ater-pai= senter, R. ()'Ferrali. Flq. S)ee. I 1--Iat qtite Broughen,, 227 tonls, Caeintrton, fot Lodttttdn, with a genterail cargit alnd :3 ptassencers. Dec- -lrir Caanillu, 2:;0 tonsl Gdldiner, fair Sydney, with sundries, and 10 passengers. MARKET PnRIES, N?w WiHARp, DacRtanERn 13. -The mtarket has been plentitu...
LAUNCESTON. VESSELS ADVERTISED FOR LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 December 1838
LAUNCESTON. VESSELS ADVERTISED FOR LONDON. Henry, 420 tone, Walmesly, first week in January from Launceston Eleanor, 300 tons, Davies Fanny, 329 tons, Andrews Mladras, 332 tons, Henuilter Atugusta Jessie, 400 tons, Edinborough. FOR SYDNEY. Speculator, Hay, to sail 22nd December ARRIVALS. Dec. 7-Schoonner S'usannah An', 79 tons, Back land, master, from londnn. No passengers. Dec. 7-Barque Ham,ilton. 248 tonb, Bradhnry, master, from Cape of Good Hope, via Hobart Town. Dec. 10-Barque IWallaby, 284 tons, Hurhtrgh, master, from Hobart Town, bound to Port Philip. Dec. 13-Schooner lndustrsy, 96 tons, Lawler, master, from Port Philip-l18 sheep-Order. Dec. 13-Cutter Aquila, 40 tons, Bentley, master, from Port Philip. Dec. 14-s'chooner . John Dunscomb, 8% ton% f'Lean, mtaster, fromn Port Philip-200 sheep-R. Brand. Dec. 14-Brig Speculator, 97 tons, Hays, master, froms Sydney. :DEPARTUR ES. Dec,.8-Schooner Perseverance, 45 tons, Langdon nmaster, for Port Philip. Dec. 10-HIs l IBritaunis , 204 t...
VESSELS FROM LONDON TO VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 December 1838
VESTELS FROM LONDON TO VAN .IEMEN'S -LAND. Aug..I1- Union, 327 tnns, Todd, umaster. 25-A rabiuan, 278, Cain, tnmater. .25-Louisa C(amphell 300, Buckley, master. '18-Llisau , 250. Stephenson, master. 25-Clheniot, 251, Nichols, master. Aug. 25-lJerwent, 400,4-?ddell, master. 30-Emrn, 400, HI-owald, master. 'Sept. 1-.James, 350, % ratangles, ,?w~ter. HIope, --, Isaster, at De,tl 7:h August.
SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON. Wednesday, December 26, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 December 1838
SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR .OF PORT JACKSON. IFlredenesaepr, Decembrr 26, 1838. ABEl GO(WEI hark, 313, Henderson, master, R Dacre, aiet-at tlheEast side of the Cove Iefitting for London. A LICE, brig, 227, flavnes, master, Mr Simmons, atent-at Camnpbrll'. whar . disclhalring ARGO, hig, 169, Billing uhastec, Dawes agent tefi?es & Co, agent, at Moore's Wh\arf, dis chllring. (.'ERNAItVON, bark,225, (whaler), Irving, master, lag' ter, agent, at Irving's Wharf refitting for sno'h Seai,. CALEDONIA. harque, 190, Symers, master, Ed warcls and Huntler, agents-at their .wharf, diss charging CI'T'Y OF EDINBURGH, baRk, 366, Thompson master, A. 13. Spark agent-at Campbell's wharf, di.schauring. CURRENCY LASS, schooner, 90 ton., 'DavIe', mi.ster, Captain Stilne,.ugent--at the Queen's whaf a h.u-nt to discharge. DESPA'CH.. bark, 36i2, T. Street agent, in Cove, loadin.t'or London. EI.IZAIBETIH, harque, 194, Pritchard. master, Grose .& Co. agents--a Canmpbell's wharf discha...
EXPECTED AT SYDNEY FROM VAN DIEMEN'S LAND, PORT PHILLIP, SOUTH AUSTRALIA, CAPE OF GOOD HOPE, AND THE MAURITIUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 December 1838
RXPECTEn AT SYDIN.Y ROM V.N DIEMEN'S 1.4.ND, .PORT .PIIIL.I1P, OlTyriI AU TIHALIA, CAPP.OF GOOD Ili.PE, AND TIHE nMAU LITIUS. ThPe ',Itura, from IHIhart. The LotIus, from LauIncettoln. T'he IWilliam Wl'ise, 245 tons,' Ellis, 'from Swan Iliver. The Anine, TheJ.Hope, ` From the Cape. The Hamilton Ross "The Perseverance, from the 1lauritiu. The Goner, i7n. 243 tons,C ,Cnmphell -master; from f-Hnh,trt, uldvletised ,to sail I(ith D)tecember. The Potentute, 341 ton., Gilchrist, almster, from Hobart (not yet arrived there). The Thomas Zauri., OO tons-Louisa camp'bell, 800 tons, and the Mayfloteor, Hcadly master, are advertised in the Port Phlillip Gazette to call and take in .wool at that port fur London.
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 December 1838
AH RIIIV-XLS. 'YestcrdRy, the schnnouier Currncty LaR,'90 toisr, Cnptuin D.avis, 1arom Netvw'Zeaeund, with flux, oil, " ýwý.oýýrruslu-,s·; · -.licicLoiron, De Ville_ -MC naver'- 81f1! gull ·llbll'yy · tt-nr l nailrýc siY:,ý ..= L·
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 December 1838
On Monday, Miarshal Soult visited the Bank of England, and was conducted over this national establishment by the Gover nor, Deputy Governor, and some of the Directors. 1 he gallant officer was .very much surprised at the large -quantity of gold and silver dep.osited -in the Bullion Office; a id expressed his admiration of the mode of conducting business generally in the Bank. The fact of the. Marshal's presence soon became known; and the Stock Ex change, and other places of public resort, were immediately deserted, all parties being anxious to pay a mark of respect .to the ancient'foe hut now friendly visitor of this country. Marshal Soult was enthusiasti. cally cheered by the c'rowd of persons who witnessed his departure from the Bank. Times. [.Marshal Soult's admiration of the modtl of tonducting business at the Bank, proves, that.the old s Idier knew no more adout that o" dld " than any.other:French Marshal who bhad never been there before Had Soult. as a punishment for his sins....
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 December 1838
PROJECTED DEPI'AIRTL'lTES. Mllerlin; for Blatavia. Nereus, for South -ust'alia. To sail first /'oodlark, for the fisher y, Jf. fair winld. 'Fortrn', for the fi hery, WIlliam huger, forl India, thle291th instant Jlandarin, for Indit, s:moe day BlaItlanOtl, for India, same day 'Saint George, for Sourabaya and England, same day Isabella, sails for Newcastle on the 30th instant, and-then proceeds to Hohbrt " Camilla, for Hobart Town, :30th instant IUilliam, for Lausnceston, 28th ilistant Janet zeat, for London, via Newcastle anl Port Stephenr. She sails for tile lattr' port the 27.h, and fills up at Newcastle with wool iTess, for IBay of'lslan:l, 29th instant. Flrrentia, for London.'30ih instant* Hlgeia. for London, first week in -January. Rlostyn (Castle, for London, first week in Jainuary. Fairre, for Hobart Town. 30th instant. Abel Gotwer, for Newcastle, 27th inlstanrt. City of E/inuburgh, for Newcastle, the31st instant Marian lVatsn, for Hobart Tlown, 4thJanuary Freak, fti l Mauriti...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 December 1838
ABSTRACT OF ALL SALES BY AUCTION, wrohic will be /eld betweean this and our nea.'t number TIIIS DAY. HEBBLFEWIIITE, W.-At Rooms, at 11 o'clock, 50 hogsheads London Porter, 4 tons Dereent Potatoes. SIMMONS & CO.-At their Mart, at II o'clock, China, Clocks, Paintings, &c. TO-MORItOW. WILSON, J T.-At Rooms, Rope-making ma. chinery; and Rope Walk to let, Ironmongery, ahd general Merchandise SIMMONS & CO.-At their Mart, the whole of the cargo of the brig Alice. SOLOMONS S.-At Mr. Crofton's, Pitt-street; Cabinet-maker's Stock-in. rrade. 10 per cent. for Seven Yecrs certain, - FOR £20,000. W ANT'ED to borrow, on Maortgage, the above . suum of x20,000, for Seven Youers certain, for which ten per cent. will be given. Security will be given on first.rate Freehold Property, situated in the very heart of Sydney;-nmw bringing in the yearly ,ental of £46GG0; which nam be col lected by the Mortgagee, until the whole amount, including intereht, is paid off; or the "hole surn...
NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 December 1838
NEWS OF T0HE DAY. THI THEATRE.-We attended tihe Theatre on Tuesday evesiing last, for the purpose (principally) of witnessing the debut of Mr Jacobs as Mr Old winkle, which character, we perceived from the commencement he would not succeed in so- well as we had anticipated. Thereis not sufficient'vivacity in the character to. display those talents which IMr Jcobs reilly possesses. 'He succeeded to our ex pectation in the character of Monsieur Morbleau. le represented it to the life. The new farce df the Spectre Bridegroom, is an amusing bagatelle; but it is a mere intellude. Mr Arabia sustained the character of Mr Nicodenmus admirably. and if he will abstain from those occasional rantings to which he is addicted, he will become a favorite. The two Cousins by Mrs Clarke and Mrs Cameron, were very well got through. Itis a cleverly written thing, and we would suggest its repetition as an after piece. " T.Je.nlan with the carpet bag" followed, which was likewise well performed and pleas...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 December 1838
.D EPAl'I1URES. On DMonday, the ship Coromandel, 666 tons, Loader, ma.ter, for India. Same day, the birque Earl Grey, "71 tons, Talbot, master, for Indi,s. Same day, the ship Eden. 419 tone, Noble, master, for Calcutta. Same day, the burque Renown, 225 tons, MLean,, master, for Batavia. S'.nme da), the brig William Stoveld, 188 tons, Davidson, u.aster, for the :Fishery.
English News. IRISH MUNICIPAL BILL. London, July 28 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 26 December 1838
English News 'IRISH MUNICIPAL BILL. *(From the Du lin Pilot) , London, July 28 1838. My dear Barrett-I beg of you to aupolo;i.e to m) con?tituents for the non-appearance on Mondar of mvy second letter on the subljrct of trie alteratios falsely styled amendments-- n the M unicipal lietorln Bill. i have been so hu-ily engaeed at Canterbury and elsewheie ~ince I sent off to you my first letter that I have not had time to cor.rpose the second. For the pre-ent I will content myself with calling the attention of te . Irish people to the insulting mrockery of corporate reftrm o ffered to I reland by Lord Lynrdhurst and the "Duke of Wellington. The .forlmer has, by his decision in the great case of Small and Attwoond-a decision most properly re versed-demonstrated to the profaessiron of the law, and the public in etileral, that he has a mind so constituted as to ha utterly incapable of appreciating what is right and just. Nature hanas made hi un cEinsciously fit to be the tool of our meanly...