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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 June 1827

MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. SHigh Water, 33 min. past 3 Morn.-5 min. past 4 Aft. [ SUN rises 9 minutes after 7. Trans. Edw. K. of W. Sax. High Water, 36 min. past 4 Morn.-8 min. past 5 Ev. Sun sets 51 min. past 4. S High Water, 40 min. past 5 Morn.-14 min. past 6 Ev. Shortest Day. N ? High Water 46 min. past 6 Mor,-20 min,. past 7 Ev. _ Sun enters Cancer 27 min. past 4 Aft. High WVater, 41 min. past 7 Morn.-8 at Night. ' j Equation of Time.-Sun on the meridian of Sydney, 1 min. 28 sec. after 12 mean time. Day 9 Hours and 42 Minutes long. 2d. Sunday after Trinity. Nativity of St. John Baptist. High Water 30 min. past,8 Morn.-54 min. past 8 Nt. New Moon 9 miin. past 8 Evening. S 1 High Water, 15 min. past 9 Morn.-37 min. past 9 Nt. SGARDEN-Prune your vines and clear away the hairy S roots. Get ready finely powdered beds for Tobacco Seed, well manured with stable dung. This is the best Month for sowing and transplanting. VARIATIONS OF TEIERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 June 1827

SYDNEY MAnRKETS. TUE Market on Thursday was materially affected by the hefa, vv state of the roads, which prevented the usual attendance of Settlers. The supply of grain consequently was limited, and produce of all other sorts was proportionably scarce. There were no cattle in Market. Graziers look forward to an iun, provement in terms. Average price of Whent from 48. to 5.' G6d. per Bnshel..-. Rlaize 4,.. 6d. to 5g. 3d-Barley 68. to 78. 6d,--Butter 2. to 2s. 9d. per lb.--Cheese Is. 3d--Eggs Is: 10d. to 2*. Gd, per doz.--Eowls 3R. 6d. per. .ouple.-Ducks 5s.-.Geese 6a. 6d. to 1ls,--.Turkips 12s. to 14a.--Potatoes 7,. to 1?2? per cvt.--Fine Flour .6s. to 17.. 4d. eterlhig per e':ca -Bread Nd. per loaf.--feef 2s. 10d. per stone.--MutO ; 3s. Gd--Veal .3. lOd.-Lamb 3s. lOd.--PO?k ,;'.7,S Straw 15:. to I. ?. 6d. per load,.

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(Rural Ride, continued from Page 445.) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 June 1827

fRural Ride, continued from Page 445.) Cooke, in his Geography of Hampshire says, that the Con queror destroyed here "many populous towns, villages, and " SGparish churches. The same writer says, that in the time of Edward the Confessor (just before the Conqueror came), " two-thirds of" the 'Forest was inhabited and cultivated." Guthire says nearly the same thing. But, let us hear the two historians, who are now pitted against each other, Hume and Lingard. The former (Vol. 11, p. 1 77) says : " There was one pleasure to which William, as well as all the Normans and ancient " Saxons, was extremely addicted, and that was hun " ting ; but this pleasure he indulged more at the ex " pense of his unhappy subjects, whose interests he always disregarded, than to the loss or diminution of " his own revenue. Not content with those large fo " rests, which former Kings possessed, in all parts of " England, he resolved to make a "new Forest, near " Winchester, the usual place of his residence: a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 June 1827

MAIZE . WANTED. F IFTEEN thousand bushels of Maize will be reeciveS by the undersigned, to be delivered at his stores, George Street, within six weeks or two months at fur thest. Persons willing to supply any part thereof must make their terms known by the 24th Instant. The weight of each Bushel will be received. Colchester Warehouse. B. LEVEY. 4;4 advertisement appears in yesterday's Gazette from Mr. Cummings, which does equal honour to his head and hearts We publish it in our columns without charge. To THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY GAZETTE. SIR, M AY I beg through the medium of your widely circulated Journal, to inform the Public of New South.;Wales (but of Sydney in particular) that I have just received letters from a most respectable individual, who was long an iniha. bitant of this Colony, and resided between the i ouse occupied Iby Mr. Bodenhamn and Dr. Wardell. He left this country on the 7th of February, 1826, with his family. 'The ieaon of my intruding thus upon the Public, is, ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 June 1827

[ Dsais'i irow-1 WiralwE Fsiixo.-''" I wulmaaIrtear you talk that ways" ex'claimred'Niekie, angrily" and how. I the. dispute mighit have ended I know not, but at that: period of it a loud cry of "fish" ranig from the mast-head to the deck, and, on looking towards the .boats, I. ieheld three great whales lying on the surface, and sendiig up e tall columns of steam, hkejets of water from a fountain. t In a moment one of them went "tail up," displaying a e vast sheet of black fin-like substance, as large as the a floor of a room, twenty feet long, and half as broad. y Like the tails of fishes in general, the whale's tail tapers y to a point on either side; but it is placed horizontally to e the back, and not vertically, the usual position of tails. e One of the fishes, however, lay still on the water, and the mate's boat being nearest to her, pulled swiftly to wards it. The foolish animal seemed not to heed its approach, but kept quite motionless, looking much as a dead elephant might ...

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THE MONITOR. TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 June 1827

THE MONITOR. TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 1827. THa Sydney Gazette informs us, the new Act for this Colony was prepared in January last; and Mr. Howe surmises it has been passed long ago. We are sorry to find it was prepared so early; but still we think if it were prepared in January, iE might not finally pass the Commions till the latter end of the session. There would be no necessity for doing so; the old or present Act having nmade'provision for its own continuance until the new one should arrive out here. Allowing Mr. G. Blaxland four months for his voyage home, he would have arrived in London just about the present week. And as the Session, being the first, will be a very long one, we still hope our petitions to the King and Parliament willt be in time to govern the debates which will take place in the passing of the new Act. For although the Colony is not appreciated by Ministers and Parliament in degree equal to its extent-and growing importances, still we know that Sir James Macintosh ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 June 1827

A CARD, AT THE AUSTRALIAN ACADEMY, No. 59, PITT STREET. YX OUNG GENTLEMEN are comfortably boarded,. . and diligently instructed in English Grammar, History, Writing, Arithmetic, Book-keeping, Geography, and the lower branches of the Mathematics, at 30S Sterling per Annum. (Washing included.) DAY SCHOLARS. Senior Classes, per Quarter .............. 1 10 0 Junior ditto, ditto ..............1 1 0 TnoMAs BOWDEN, respectfully solicits the Patronage of his numerous and respectable Friends, the Parents and Guardians of the 'Sons of Australia, to this Esta blishment, and confidently assures them, that the most un remitted Attention will be paid to the religious, moral, and intellectual Improvement of his Pupils, satisfactory proofs of which have been before the Public during 13 Years Residence in Sydney, as Master of the Public and Male Orphan Schools. O N SALE, at the STORES of Messrs. SANDWELL, MURRELL, and PERKS, Market Street, DERWENT POTATOES of it superior quality, by the ton or cwt. ...

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Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. (Continued.) 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 June 1827

BY LORD BYRON. (Continued.) 6. " Come hither hither, my staunch yeoman, Why dost thou look so pale.? Or dost thou dread a French foeman ? Or shiv'rest at the gale ? " ' Deem'at thou i tremble for my life ..? . Sir Childe, I'm not so weak; But thinking on an absent wife Will blanch a faithful cheek. 7. * My spouse and boys dwell near thy hall, Along the bordering lake, And when they on their father call, What answer shall'she make ?' " Enough,-enough, my yeoman gogd, Thy grief let none gainsay; But I,' who am of lighter mood, Will laugh to flee away. \8. " For who would trust the seeming sighs Of wife or paramour? Fresh feres will dry the bright blue eyes We late saw streaming o'er. For pleasures past I do not grieve, Nor perils gathering near; My greatest grief is that I leave No thing that claims a tear. e. "And now I'm in the world alo0e. Upon the wide, wide sea: But why should I for others groan, When none will sigh for me ? Perchance my dog will whine in vain, Till fed by strang...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 June 1827

ENGLISH 1MISCELLANIES,. CAST METAL PIANOS.- Every day the use of cast iron is becoming more general; bridges are made of it; steam-boats; in England it is used for roads; and at Liverpool churches are built of it. Here, in Paris, we have, lately got pianos, the frame-work of which is framed of cast iron. These instruments have been brought to such perfection by M. M. Pleyel and Co., that not only do they rival, but, in many particulars, surpass the best English instruments. The solidity of the frame-work is so great, that they seldom get out of tune, and the sound-board relieved from those enormous pieces of wood with which it was formerly cumbered, in order to resist the strain, possesses much more elasticity, and seconds the vibration of the strings much better. The tone of theee instruments is wonderful, both 'in power and mellowness; and the mechanism is so per fect, that it admits of the most delicate as well as of the strongest toucTh.-French Paper. STEAM-BOATS IN GERMANY.-The...

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ADDRESS TO GENERAL DARLING. "To His Excellency Lieutenant General Ralph Darling, Captain General, Governor in Chief, and Vice Admiral in and over the Colonies of New South Wales, Van Dieman's Land, and its Dependencies, &c. &c. &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 June 1827

ADDRESS TO GENERAL DARLING. " To His Excellency Lieutenant General Ralph Darling, -Captain General, Governor in Chief, and Vice Admiral in and over the Colonies of New South Wales, Van Dieman's Land, and its Dependencies, *c. &c. 8fc. 1. " We, His Majesty's most loyal and dutiful Subjects, 'the Gentry, Clergy, Magistrates, Merchants, Landhold ers, Farmers, Traders, and other. Free Inhabitants of New South Wales, assembled in Sydney, at a General Public Meeting, duly convened and presided at by the Sheriff of the Colony, beg leave to approach Your Ex cellency with the expression of our profound respect, and -by means of this, one of our most ancient and valuable privileges, the convention of the people as above men tioned by the King's Sheriff,, assure Your Excellency, that Our Most Gracious Sovereign, through you his Delegate, will ever receive from us the most loyal and constitutional allegiance. 2. " WE are, may it please Your Excellency, fully aware of the paternal regard...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 June 1827

GEORGE the FOURTH, by the Grace of GOD, of the United .Kingcoin of Great Britain and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, and so forth. To D'Arcy Wentworth; Thomas Moore; William Cox; John Thomas Campbell; Robert. Lowe; Richard Brooks; John Brabyn; John Harris; William Lawson; Williani Howe; Archibald Bell ; Thomas Macritie; Charles Throsby ; Francis Allman ; John Oxley ; James Bowman; Henry Colden An till ; John Palmer ; George Thomas Palmer ; William Browne; Alexander Berry ; Edward TW ollstonecraft ; John Mlac Henry ; John Campbell; Robert Scott ; David Reid ; George Rankin ; James Walker ; Williaon Balcombe; George Gallway Mills ; William Carter; George Forbes; Robert Futter ; James Phillips H'ebber ; James Macar thur; William Macarthur ;q Thomas Cudbert H1ar rington; Francis Rossi ; Richard Jones ; Warham Jenmmnett Browne; George Innes ; William Ogilvie; Frederick A4gustus Hely ; John Street ; Thomas bWal ker ; Alexander Kinghorne ; George Brooks ; William Cordeaux ; Patrick H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 June 1827

RANKIN'SwiCHEESE " EORGE DODDERY, of' the Military Canteen, begs leave to infqrm his.Friends and the Public, that be is the only Person who hab the Sale of this celebrat.d Article, and has now op hand some Prime Q.uahites; and n excellent condition, which he bffers' .at reasonable Prices. rMPOUNDED at Robinson's Pound Camden. One Pole .Heifer, white and black Spots, branded, C N off. Hip, 2 years old-Two Red and white Heifers, horned, branded C N Iff 'Iip-Two Heifers, black with white along the back, branded C N off hip, yearlings--One Red Steer, little white on-the tail; brand inteligible. JOHN ROBINSON, Pound.keeper. " If not owned within Fourteen days from this date, the above will be sold to defray the expences. June 12th, 1827. In the Estate of James Squires, Deceased. T ETTERS of Administration to the Estate of James L Squires deceased, having been granted to me, all Persons having any claim on the said Estate, are re quested to send the same to the Office of Mr. James Norton,...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 June 1827

.,.Ati , the town has been.calkingabout "The Ponies4 " 1 d?ive from 'Timor." Have you' seen tjhe Ponies?" was the salutation,all day long. Some:thought to see young. Arabians, and some' young Shetlanders; some one. thing and some another. At length they landed, arid'for the best part of a day, were exposed to the gaze of the curiois, multitude who thronged the wharf, cream Sdcoloured, pye-bald, chesnut, bay, all 'colours, 'for all choosers, with mule-like tails that swept the grouttd. In size, these Ponies are considerably larger than Newfound land Dogs, In disposition, mild and tractable. Their condition as may be imagined was 'uninviting, but for the most part they were well proportioned, being slight,. but possessing symmetry. They were turned out to 9raze on the late Orphan House plot in George Street. We have not heard what price has been fixed on these 'bits of blood,"' but we have understood. they were Sbought by private contract by some principal gentlemen all round at 251. ...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 19 June 1827

ARRIVALS.-On Sunday, the Brig Governor Mac quarie, R. B3rimer, Master, from Port Dalrymple on the loth instant. Passengers-Mrs. Davis and 3 children; Mrs. Buckle; Mr. John and Mrs. Moot'; Mr. Abraham. Aaron; Michael Myers; Henry lMarch and Thomas Payne. Lading-1000 bushels of WVhe'at; 32 tons of Potatoes; k5 bales of Wool, and 50 Sheep. DEPARTURES.-On Friday, the Rosanna, Captain Herd, for London, with a full cargo of Colonial and New Zealand produce. On Sunday, the Ship Mary Hope, Captain Farmer, for Liverpool. Yesterday, the Sloop Glatton, for Hobart Town. PROJECTED 1)EPARtTURES.--The Cutter Gover nor Arthur, for Port Dalrymple to-morrow, and' the Schooner Liberty for Hobart Town on Thursday. REMAIN IN HARBOUR.--SHIPS.--' )?;,er, Orpheus, Alfred, Rollht, hMariner, John Bull, and Frith. B RIGS- Alinerva, Indurtrqt, Guide, Il li?rton, , ne, I'oodlark, Perseverance, 4Anne and Governor Macqitarie. SCHIOONERI -Prince ~f Denmark. CUT'TE ERS..-Lambton, Speedwe'll, and Elizabeth. No. 81, ...

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Campbell Town, June 18, 1827. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 21 June 1827

Campbell Town, June 18, 1827. TO TIlE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. Sin, I have just read Mr. I-Howe's Editorial remarks in that Paper called the Sydney Gazette of Friday last, relative to the illumination at Campbell Town, and as a resident in this District and an admirer of your invaluable Journal, I cannot withhold a declaration of my surprise at Mr. Howe's attempt to expose what he intimates to be your misrepresen tations, and furni.:hes a statement of his own as widely differ ing from truth as it is evident he is from either being a clas sical scholar or a friend to the Colony-he saj s, " we have not as yet noticed these illuminatory reports, because we " had no information upon the subject ? &e." a few lines fur ther he says, "how many houses ? And are the occupants res "pectable people; such are some of the questions that " immediately arose in our minds, and upon inquiry we found " our anticipations realised." Evidencing therefore (as reverse happens to be the case) his wan...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 21 June 1827

DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. 1 High Water, 33 min. pasc 3 Morn.-5 min. past 4 Aft. "' SUN rises 9 minutes after 7. Trans. Edw. K. of W. Sax. 8 High Water, 36 min. past 4 Morn.-8 min. past 5 Ev. Sun sets 51 min. past 4. ..[ High Water, 40 min. past 5 Morn.-14 min. past 6 Ev. Shortest Day. S eJ I High Water 46 min. past 6 Morr,-20 min. past 7 Er. i c Sun enters Cancer 27 min. past 4 Aft. High Water, 41 min. past 7 Morn.-8 at Night. Equation of Time.-Sun on. the meridian of Sydney, I min. 28 sec. after 12 mean time. Day 9 Hours and 42 Minutes long. I 2d. Sunday after Trinity. Nativity oa St. John Baptist. E Ic high Water 30 min. past 8 Morn.-54 min. past 8 Nt. SNew Moon 9 min. past 8 Evening. High Water, 15 min. past 9 Morn.-37 min. past 9 N,. GARDEN-Prune your vines and clear away the hairy roots. Get ready finely powdered beds for Tobacco Seed, well manured with stable dung. This is the best Month for sowing and transplanting. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &C. &am...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 21 June 1827

To TIE EDITOR OF TIIE MONITOR. SIR, I beg you will not pay any attention to the splenetic and jaundiced remarks contained in "Bob Howe's" second Leader of Friday last-don't you see he is crabbed because the Campbell Town Folks did not either praise his paper (! !) or himself (!! !) IT is an erroneous assertion that there are but ."two houses in Campbell Town,"-Bobby my boy, there are Three Licensed Public Houses1 ! ! (viz. the Cooper's Arms, the Harrow, and Cullen's Inn, or as the iDandies term it, Campbell Town Hotel) and there are from ten to' fifteen respectable Farmers' dwelling-houses facing, and close to the Township. The reflection on, one, of the Proprietors of the Licensed Houses is false ! inas much as the three Publicans of Campbell Town can read and write ! but one (Bobby don't you "ken") of them is not so learned in either branches (of a modern College Education) as the other two are. BUT seriously Mr. Monitor, Mr. Howe's reflections towards a man, whom Mr. H. knows to ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 21 June 1827

To THE EDITOR OF THE MIONITOR, Srin, I have eight government Servants, most part of them want their Liberty ? namely-A has been in my service near ten years, but in consequence of having been, punished about two years and a half back, he has been rejected.; B has been with me 7 years-he has been banished about 18 Months ago-he is also rejected. C. D. E are 7 years men, but 1 have prevailed upon them to abandon the hope of getting a Ticket, as they have all been punished: besides they will be free men in 14 or 15 Months. Now A is a lifer-he has been informed by the Magistrate s that he must serve 8 whole years (from the time he was punished) with one master, and must then be " an irreproach able character" ere he will be eligible for a Ticket. B is a 14 years man-he has been told, he must serve 6 years from the time he was punished. Now Mr. Editor, I should he glad to know how am I to reconcile the above, with the Government Order No. 1-Be so good to explain the order (if possible) f...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 21 June 1827

To THE EDIToI Or TuID I MONITOR. SIR, " A.poor Convict hoping for a Ticket" is not acquailnted with the subject on which he writes, and consequitetly imakes a charge of neglect without foundation. It willbe for him to learn that the original applications are not transmitted to Sydney, a large printed form, containing every requisite particular of every applicant is periodically transmitted to Head Quarters. Th. delay in answering it rests at the latter place, end not with the Parramatta Gentlemen. Sir, Your's Obediently, VEa. ' parramatta, June 16th.

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Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, (Continued.) XIV. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 21 June 1827

* -fj4e :aroiOI$ 1'l[1ma e, . . BY LORDIBYRON. (Continued.) XIV. On, qnthe vessel flies,,the land is gone, And-winds are rude in. Biscay's sleepless bay.. Four days are sped, but with the fifth, anon, New shores descried make every bosom gay; And'Clntra's mountain greets them on their ways - And Tagus dashing onward to the deep, Ills fabled golden tribute went to pay; And soon on board, the Lusian pilots leap, And steer 'twixt-fertile shores where yet few rustics reap. xv. Oh ! it is a goodly sight to see What Heaven bath done for this delicious land ! What fruits of fragrance blush on every tree! 'What goodly prospects o'er the hills expand ! But man would mar them with an impious hand; And when the Almighty lifts his fiercest scourge 'Gainst those who most trangress his high command, With treble vengeance will his hot shafts urge Gaul's locust host, and earth from fellest foemen urge. XVI. What beauties doth Lisboa first unfold ! Her image floating on the noble tide, Which poets-v...

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