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THE MONEY-MARKET. CITY, Saturday, 14th April. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 30 July 1827
THE MONEY=MARKET. CITY, Saturday, 14th April. MR. CANNING and the character of the Administra tion about to be formed by him, baave furnished a most animating topic to-day in the city, and the Exchange. has been constantly thronged with inquirers, eager- to collect authentic intelligence fromn the Court-end of the town. The first point which all parties have been anxious to establish is, whether the Minister is in pos session of the King's cordial support, and whether he is likely to form such an Administration as will secure the confidence of the country, and maintain its ground agaitist the high aristocratical party now avowedly - op posed to it. It is understood here, that in the interview Mr. Canning had with the King, in which he delivered to His Majesty the resignation of his late colleagues, some very unequivocal demonstrations were afforded of the effect produced by that event on the King's mind. It has been roused, it is said, to a degree of energy, and firmness, for which ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 30 July 1827
(From the Times of the 17th April.) The last person who held the Office of Lord High Admiral, now held by the Duke of Clarence, was the Husband of Queen Arne. The Petition against Lord Charly Somer set, bearing upwards of 2,000 signatures, has arrived from the Cape. Another from Mr. Bishop Burnet, through the Speaker of the House of Commons, complaining of Lord Charles, has been'- presented ; any one of the charges contained in which, if esta blished, there is an end to " my Lord the Governor." Preparations for the celebration of the King's Birth Day on the 23rd of Aprd, are .--suspended, in consequence of the great changes in the Administration. (No further tidings of the New South Wales Bill--nor will be for the present as we surmise. The Times of the 17th of March, makes severe remarks on the Duke of Wellington resigning his office in opposition to the King.)
The present state of the administration. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 30 July 1827
.The present state of the administration. THE state of the Cabinet is a matter of great in :terest and anxiety at thip moment, and a new compo ,sition of it must necessarily, take place. TnERE are three departments of the. Government -which are:.t present' either not filled at all, or most :imperfectly . filled.;=-the office of Prime Minister, the office of Secretary of State, and the presidency of the Board of Trade. With. respect, to the first office, that occupied by Lord Liverpool, it seems impossible that this. amiable nobleman- should ever resume the efficient functions of the first Lord of the Treasury; his friends consider, this resumption. as impracticable, and are content to withdraw him altogether. Thus, therefore, is the first anti greatest prize flung upon the stage, and , the combatants will be keen end eager in proportion to -its value and splendour; MsR. Canning's oi.ece of Secretary. ofS'. State for Foreign Affairs ii so' liable .to interruption from his condition o...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 30 July 1827
To CORRESPONDENTS,-Mr. Francis Battie, Auctioneer, of Newcastle, having consented to act as 4gent to collect money due to the Monitor Office, for Newspapers and Advertise. ments, our Subscribers are regaested to pay into his hands the amount of their bills when presented by him, and Mr. Battie will give them in return, printed receipts, signed with Mr. Hall's name.
DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 30 July 1827
MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. I I SUN rises 54 minutes after 6. E High Water, 6 min. past 1 Morn.-33 min. past 1 Alt.: ) First Quarter of the Moon, 4 min past I Morning. I Lammas Day. S -I 1 Sun sets 10 min. past 5. 1. High Water, 2 Morn.-28 min. past 2 Aft. | I High Water, 50 min. past 5 Morn.-32 min. past 3 Aft. S Day increased 38 minutes. - High Water 5 min. past 4 Morn.-36 min, past 4 Aft. __I __ Day 10 hours 22 min. long. I "| High Vater, 15 min. past 5 Morn.-43 min. past 5 Eve. " - Equation of Time.--Sun on the meridian of Sydney,. tn j 5 min. 49 sec. after 12 mean time. I 8th: Sunday alter Trinity. I J High Water 12 min. past 6 Morn.-46 min; past 6 Eve. Transfiguration of our Lord. 1 High Water, 13 min. past 7 Morn.-42 min past 7 Nt. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN THZ MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPEC TIVELY. MONDAY ........ 46 63 60 Very Fine. TUESDAY ......... 46 59 55j Cool with Showers. WEDNESDAY...... 50 66 62 Cloudy. T...
Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 30 July 1827
S)tippingr i nttligence. ARRIVALS.-On Friday, the schooner Liberty, from Port Macquarie 1st instant. Same Day, the new Scho ner Resolution, Young, master, from Port Dalrymple, 20th instant;; her first trip. Lading 2,200 bushels of wheat, 1,0001bs. of wool, and kangaroo skins. On Sa turday,. the cutter Lambton, from Port Stephens. DEPARTURES.--Op ',Friday, the L.ucý Anne, for Hobait Town, for a cargo~'of wheat, retrtuni to Sydney. On Saturday, the Currency Lass, for Port Dalrymple, -` 'and- the Lord Liverpool for Newcastle. On Sunday, , H. M. S:Rainbow, 'the HIon. Capt. Rous, for India. PROJECTED 'DEPARTURES,-The schooner.Eli zabeth and .Mary for Macquarie Island, to-morrow. The Faith, for: London, on Tuesday. %'l he brig Anne, for Port Essington and Melville Island, on Wednesday. The Governor Phillips, for Norfolk island, and Hunter,.'. for Port Dalrymple, on the 3rd' instant. A signal was hoisted this afterlioon; for a. ship 'fr6m the South-east. . . The Guildford has been chartere...
THE MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 30 July 1827
THE MINISTRY. TuE arrangements already made are, we believe, as follows: Sir John Copley to be Lord Chancellor. Lord Granville, Foreign Secretary. Mr. Robinson (with a Peerage,) Colonial Secretary. Mr. Huskissom, Home Secretary, (this not certain.) Lord Dudley and Ward, Privy Seal. Lord Carlisle, Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland. Duke of Devonshire, Lord. Chamberlain (not cer-,." tain). Marquis of Anglesea, Master of the Ordnance. Lord Bexley is allowed to come back to the Cabinet. - o..Lo*- . 1tVo. 81, George Street, Sydney Nrew Sputh Wale s: EDITED, PRINTED, AND PUBLISHED BY TII PROPRIETOL. E. 8. HALL
THE MONITOR. MONDAY EVENING, JULY 30, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 30 July 1827
THE MIONITOR. MONDAY EVENING, JULY 30, 18 7. -- ._...... --- --? ABOUT two months ago, rumours got afloat in Sydney, which we mentioned at the time, that Government had begun to make a stir as to land. Those rumours died away, and we forgot the subject. But now they are reviving, and it is said, that the Colonists will no longer be considered intrusive, should they make pro posals to Government to I[by or rent land; and moreover it is said, that a good many have already proposed for the few valuable portions of land left by the new Church Corporation, and have received answers or indications of a satisfactory nature. Wn do not know whether there be a word of truth in these rum~urs. They may be mere public gossip for what we know to the contrary. But the gossip is afloat, that we know; and what is more, it begins to be pretty generally credited, andcredited too in the shape In which we have just now put it. BuT whether true or false, iwe will proceed to make. some remarks founded on ...
CHANGE IN THE CABINET.—RESIGNATION OF MINISTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 30 July 1827
CHANGE IN THE CABINET.-RESIGNATION OF MINISTERS. (From the Times of April 16.) IT is useless to inquire what exact proportions of insolence and malignity may have entered into the mo tives e'f the old Tory Ministers for one and all resigning. But the people of England will be alike disgusted at the presumption which would make their Sovereign the tool of a gang of place-holders, who had nothing to recom mend them but his ill-requited favour, and at the bare faced. profligacy which seeks to obstruct the. united efforts of His Majesty and his chosen servant, to obtain for the country the indispensable advantage of some regular and effective Administration. FORTUNATELY, with the single exception of Mr. Peel, there is not an individual of the ex-Ministers, (and in this remark we include the Dake of Wellington,) for whom, as a Minister, the nation' feels. one particle.of regret or reverence. As statesmen, theyi, With Lord Eldon at the head bf them, were among the very luwest of the tribe...
NEWS BY THE GUILDFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 30 July 1827
1 TbHa?sa pA&lt; YYoao' s interestpg pamphlet, hsas the. ;:me;itl: at .Jea~t. of substituting , an, authentic. andraive'ia the 'place of numerous silly stories. The lastIillAess of- fhe ,Dke. of York confirms in.the most. ample jnaniner His Royal Highness's claim to invincileI go~d tenper. and gieneral amiableness of disposition. The most curious trait in the narrative, is one h4ihly characterstic of .human nature. The Duke had ear nesly requested, 'and, indeed, claimed from his friend and.? egretaty, lthat he should communicate to him the opinion .of : the, medical men, whenever he might learn that they considered him ip a. state' of danger. The communication is made, The Duke was too good a man to be offended ; but it is clear. thath e would not believe it... Hezhad declared that his object was not to be taken 'by 'surprise--although constant' hints were given to'hitn for months, yet when at last it was deemed necetsary to inake the communication in plainer terms, he decla...
LONDON NEWSPAPER CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 30 July 1827
LONDON NEWSPAPER CHAT. .CLF~WCAL, MISCONDUCT.-A great.ferment has been". op.. casioned in the parish of Allhollows: Barking, by the mis., conduct of a person who attempted to perform divine service there on Sunday moming.o ; but he was so much i?4oxicated that he was led.out. of the church at the end of the Te' Deum, The Rev.. H. White, the curate, was preaching at. Kennington that morning, for the benefit of the Surrey. Dis pensary, and engaged the individual who misconducted him self (a person named Mathews) to officiate in his stead, from the office of Mr. Johnstone, the clerical agent in War wick rt, Molborn. Mr. White states, that, for the last five ,'he has been absent from his sunday morning duty only thirteen.times; and Mr. Johnstone states as an excuse for recommending Mr. Matthews, that he had; heard very favourable representations respecting him. A few of the parishoziers have met, and exonerated Mr. White from, blame oh the occasion,, and resolved only, that notice shoul...
HOUSE OF COMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 30 July 1827
• I?ouss ,,Or coMMONS.-. SMb~6IIAY MacnL 8&.The Earl of Malmesbury called: theiittentioT :of their Lordships to the distresses felt by' Sthi ?owereof BHitisP Wbool: he value of the commo 4it' had? d alen froni 16d. tb 18d. and one cause of this. depreciation was the. variations whieh' had occurred in: th du.ties. In- the five years from October 1819 to Novembr: 1824, the' average of importshad risen- to ii o!0O;~i lbs:, the duty being. then at 6d. per lb.; but when, in 1824, it was reduced from 6d..to id., the conse quence was, an increase of from 7,000,000 lbs. to 8,000;000 Ibs. of foreign wool. While the' protection wse at 6d., there was a good sale for British Wool; but tle. noment the duty was reduced to a-halfpenny, dis tress. began to be sensibly felt. WooJ he considered a manufacture" as much. as any other article, for it re quired capital and labour. He held in his hand the Consolidation of Customs Duties' Act, and it appeared frour it, that while the duty on foreign...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. Sydney, July 20th, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 30 July 1827
To THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. Sydney, July 20t1, 1827. SIR, ; I have been recently much pleased to see your very proper animadversions on "American Beef," and I was neither surprised nor displeased on observing the Govern ment Order in your Paper of the 19th instant, denouncing some portions of our Colonial Beef, lately received into the Commissariat. - TLHE Government in the latter; case, and yourself in both cases, from all the information I can glean, are perfectly correct. I believe nothing more need be said upon the Rotten Beef question; the Government by this time must be as convinced that they had a bad bargain, as that Jonathan or his Repre sentative got to wineward of poor credulous, unsuspicious John Bull. His Excellency the Governor, I think the Gazette reports (and that must be true) purchased the said Beef, from samples, boiled and tasted. THAT all effects have causes, is a true doctrine; and I think we need not be much puzzled to trace the, cause of the Go vernment bei...
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 30 July 1827
SYDNEY MAR "TS.. W:HAT has at length become a' mere doug in our Market. At One o'Clock op Thursday a large quantity.temained undisposed of., ": qun. Prime quality grain did not bripg more than a DolIaT a Bushel,'' .". and the prinzcipal portion was sold at 4s. Maize maintains its value, and is in demand. S9mne Milch Cattle, of medium sort, fetched from £3, to £4. per head. A young Bull sold for .6. A few Horses met Purcbasers at ap averag of £30. " Figs were dull of sale. On the .vlole Thursday's Malrket was dull. Average pirice of 'Wiheat fromn 4a.O?lo' 56. Od. per Bushel.-- ' Maize 5S. to,5.; dd--Barley (is. 3d, to6B. 9d.-Bu1tter Is. 94d. to 2:. 6d. per lb.-.-Cheede 1:. 2d: to lib. 6d.--Eggs I9, 9 " to '2s. 6d. per doz.-Fowls 2s. Gd. to 3s. 6d. per couple. ,: j -Ducks 34. to 4a.--4.eees 94. to l4#. Gd,-r-Turkies .10,.6d, , to 13s.--Potatoe 6q. to 7a, Gd.,.per cwt- Fine Flour. 14f, . sterling per cwt.--Bread 4d. per loa?.-Beef ýas 4d. "r stone. ,---lutfon 3s 44.. to 3s. 84.--Lib u ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 30 July 1827
o ?riu SYDNrY 29th JuLjr. 1827. for tl Psubilcelvice, about, o ROUNDS' O BO EGAL RfCE: . '-'dil eseirous of SuppIjln? the Whole or any Part thereof, are requested to transmit their Tenders, in Writing to this office, sealed and endorsed, " Tende': of Bengcal Rice," accompanied by Samples, at twelve o'Clock, of Wednesday next, the Ist of August, when the most advantageous Offer, if approved of, will be accepted. Security will he exacted for its keeping good for Twelve Months, from the date of delivery. JAMES LAIDLEY, Dep. Com. Gen A'1AU'TION.-Whereas, my wife Amelia Wood, has ./ left her home without any just cause or provoca tion whatever,-I do hereby therefore caution all Persons from giving credit to the said Amelia Wood, as I will not be responsible for any debts she may contract after this.date. Any person having any property belonging to me found in their, possession after this date, will be .prosecuted according to Law. , - JAMES WOOD, Jutiy 30th? 1827. No. 70, George Street. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 30 July 1827
S GIBBONS, Cooper, No. 1, E'ssex Lane,' George M a Street, begs to inform his Friends and the Public, that, he cati supply them with' new Hogsheads from one to five hundred, at the shqrtest notice, and at as low a rate as they are made; in London:, warranting them to be perfectly tight to contain pickle, having already made forty which are now filled with beef, and by experience finds them to answer, the. purpose really better th q. bEtismbh0 madq. Casks. They will be iold he~sphr by a slhi lla r eighteen-p r~ i when the duty of a half penny a foot on cedar is taken ff. Sydney, July 12th, 18- - W TEl TED A COMPOSITOR at the .?Mnitor Office. V Iberal wages will be, given. Apply ..? Office. CAUTION.' rT HE undersigned gives notice, thlpt all lerons a:ret forbid ., den in.any possible manner or way, ftbm tresspassing on her Land, situate between the Grants of Philips and B ghden, on the second Branch of Hunter's RI?e pear Patterson's Plains; should any Person or Persons;,. cQntinue to ...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 30 July 1827
DiOMESTIC INT.EiLLIGBNCE. Two nouvelle visitors were introduced into the Police office" on Tuesday, in the likeness and bearing the form of a brace of quadrupeds, to wit, a bay mare and a chesnut filley. The said strangers were placed at the bar, not as culprits indeed, but as the living witnesses of crime. A native youth named Reynolds, stood charged with having stolen them or one of them, from cone Power, better known as " Old Mike Power, of Wilber .force," under the ibllowing circumstances. Power is a settler, and was in the habit of depasturing his stock, among the rest, the four-footed animals in question, wbhich he had himself bred; and subsequently disposed of the mare to his ".next neighbour, T'om Maloney," reserving the filley to himself; they however ran in con-, tiguous paddocks, and safely, until Saturday night, when the loud barking of the dogs alarmed " Tom Ma loney,'" and he quickly found the ,.air of brutes had be come " scarce," He gave immediate information to his ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 30 July 1827
IIE are requested to infeim the Public, thakIr. Dalhdtity, the Son uof Dr. Dalliunty, has. com •menced practice as a Surgeon at Parramatta... C AUTION.--The Undersigned strictly carrtions Gra-. ziers, Settlers and Others, against employing a Per. son of the name of JOHN FOLEY, holding a Ticket-of' Leave, who has been in my 'Employ as Stock-keeper nearly 3 Years,- and has absconded for some time. The said John Foley was 'found in Sydney contrary to my wishes, and was taken before the Bench of Magistrates, and, ordered by them to return to his employ for the remainder of his engagement. He having disregarded the decision of these Gentlemen, it is my determination, after this Public Notice, to prosecute the Offender or Offenders according .to Law; and, when his Agreement is fulfilled with me, I will give him a discharge from my service. ANDREW BYRNE. O'Connel Street, Sydney, July 20, 1827. SCOTS .CHURCH. A .NY PERSONS desirous of renting either a whole pew or part of a pew in the Scots...