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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 September 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. rýýya~ '~ ~~~~~PO r .D&RWARD,-AND{ TICKET OF LEAVE. W HEREAS, JOHN TENNANT, per Prince Re gent (3), a Runaway from an Iron Gang, has been, for a considerable time, at large in the Neighbour hood of Goulburn Plains, and bawcommitted numerous Depredations . on.. the Inhabitants; Notice is hereby given, that a Reward of Twenty Pounds will be p id to any Person or Persons who may.apprebend,. and-lodge the said John Tennant, in any of His Majesty's Gaols; and, if the Person be a Prisoner, he will be allowed a Ticket of Leave. :Tennant.is a Native of Belfast, 22 Years of age, a Ploughman and Fencer, Five feet nine Inches high, fresh Complexion, reddish brown hair, and blue Eyes. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAY. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, 1st SEPTEMBER, 1827. PERSONS, willing to contract for Building a Court 1 House, at Liverpool, according. to a Plan and Speci fication which may be seen at the Office of the Civil Engineer in Sy...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 September 1827

BIRTH.- This Morning, at Littleham Cottage, the     Lady of Henry Brooks, Esq of a Son.  

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 September 1827

DEATH. DIED.-On Tuesday Night, at his residence, in Pitt Street, John Smith, .Brewer, universally respected by every one for his honesty.

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ENGLISH POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 September 1827

'; g3A T'l TUBE JIKUE o' CL.&a IcIE . IT is surely written in the Cyropedia of Holland .Mouse; that the first sep in 'the itabilng of a Pati'iot Prince is to blood hini with the property of the people, as the huntsman eAeourages the young bound by giving, hiin a taste of the vitals of the game. In order to prepare. his mind . fQr. the reception of good principles, it is advisable to' promote a measure for his immediate benefit, in defiance of all principle; and the sage Mentor who would urge himi to the .honest discharge of his high duties, comrmen esB his task by abandoning his own. Perhaps this, though to all appearance' sufficiently inconsistent, may be profoundly philosophical: Pastrycooks' apprentices are made sick with sweets, by way of a seasoning against temptation; and there may he policy in surf eiting a Prince with a job, and inspiring him with a proper disgust for those who have lent themselves to his debauch. " Know thyself' was the saying of the Sage; but" Know...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 3, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 September 1827

THE MONITOR. MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 3, 1827. IN Monday's Gazette we read a letter addressed to us, signed with the anonymous signature of Cecil. Though a little in the skies, it is tolerably calm, and on the whole, worth a reply. If indeed we were to consult our own in clinations, we should quote the letter paragraph by pa ragraph and answer it at length. But we have several reasons for declining to do this, even with such a plausible writer as Cecil, and whom we suspect to be a civil officer-of rank devoted to the Government. In the first place, the Editor of a political Journal is sure to encounter the dislike of two parties out of three among whom he sojourns, if he take a side. If therefore he were to devote his columns to-defending himself from the literary, attacks of his opponents, he would weary his readers, and waste his own energies in a very useless kind of labour. We are what we are. If we be the turbulent revolutionary writers which Cecil describes us,, nothing we sa...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 September 1827

Tnis ls,indeed, a newara. When-was is ever- be fore known thit seven seats in tbe Cabinetremaninedd empty because no one would accept of them? --First, the King could get no one, for a long time, to accept of the Premiership-then, when a Prersitr was found, in vain he pointed to the loaves and fishes. We should not be surprised. if, by-and-by, the fashion of abdicating should get into.tbe Royal Family, and that a Ministry should find as much difficulty in obtaining a King, as our Most Gracious King has found in obtaining a Min istry. The experience of the last fourteen days has overturned some of what were understood to be among the best established political axioms. It has been re marked, as a proof of unconquerable. love of place, that, at Constantinople, the situation of grand Vizier has ne ver been vacant for half a day, even in times when, for six days running, a Vizier has, every day experienced the bow string. But Englishmen of the present day, it seems are not so eager for p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 September 1827

SALE BY AUCTION. BY Mn. ROBERT LACK, AUCTIONEER, (UnCless disposed of by Private Contract,) On Friday, 14t4 of' Septembernef; at Campbell Town. A THIBTY' ACR)l r1AlM, situate in the District *, . .of Appin; bounded by Mr. E. Broughton's farm to the South, and by Mr. Edward Simpson's farm to the West, Gordon Farm to the North, and Mr. William Crowes to the East lines; of which 28 Acres are clear, with a House and Garden, Stock-yard and Pig-yard, &c.% with a creek of fresh water thereon, the whole of it fenced in, part with a 4-rail and part with a 3-rail fence. There is "a small Paddock of. about Seven or Eight. Acres,. fenced in, besides a 'few Acres of Waste Land, total Acres about Thirty-five. The original Grantee, Mr. Michael Callaghan, but now the property of Patrick Callaghan. 'Terms.--One-half of the Purchase-money paid down, the remainder in 3 and 6 months. Sterling Money. THE AUSTRALIAN CONVEYANCE, OR. NEW ROYAL MAIL C&4CIH. W ILL Start from the DUKE OF WELLI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 September 1827

JOSEPH AARONS;. No. 70, GEORGE STREET, begs leave most respectfully to return thanks to   his Friends and the Public for the unprecedented en- couragement he has experienced since his commence- ment in Trade, and trusts by his unremitting exertions to assure a continuance of their patronage and support, and now offers for sale the undermentioned articles, per the Ship Lang, of superior quality, and on the most reasonable terms : viz. Norwich Crapes of colours Bombasines do. Ladies' and Children's ready made stays Huckabacks of superior quality Bleached Huckabacks, extra sort Diaper of sorts Unbleached Calicoes Twilled do. A large assortment of Thread Net Bobinett, Lace, and Net collars A valuable assortment of Thread Lace Bordering, Footing, and Letting in Crowns for Ladies' and Childrens' caps Parasols and Umbrellas of the latest fashion Ladies Lace Caps trimmed Childrens do. do. Elegant Lace frills Silk Buttons, Drops, Ornaments, &c. Ladies' Silk dresses of th...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 September 1827

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.   Gem WE this morning received a letter signed A Subscri- ber, which we have not room to insert, but whose sub- stance is as follows. That Mr. Redmond, Jun. did leave the constable by whom he was apprehended, in order to come to Sydney and offer bail ; and which act, in a young ma-i of hitherto unimpeachable character, was, we think, a very natural act; for the being brought down 150 miles* in charge of a constable on a charge of felony, is no small punishment to a man who is consci- ous of innocence, but who can have 'no redress hereafter from a man like Power. The story of the shooting, Subscriber says, is, not true, and discovers in Mr. Howe an unfeeling thoughtlessness, to say the least. Young Redmond has a father and mother, and two grown-up sisters in Sydney, whose respectability we all know. A singular anecdote is told of the informer Power, which reveals the man's artfulness. He has singled out cattle from among the herd of stolen ones, an...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 3 September 1827

Shipping Intelligence.     ARRIVALS. - On Friday, the 31st ult. the Australian Company's ship Triton, Captain Crear, from Leith, and Hobart Town. Pas sengers, Messrs. Macqueen, Malcolm, Campbell, and Cameron;. Messrs. Iredale and, family. From Hobart Town, Mr. and Mrs. Dudgeon, Mr. A. Thomson. Brings a valuable cargo. On Satur day, the transport ship Governor Ready, Captain Young, from Portsmouth April 5th; St. Jago May 7, and Hobart Town Aug. 23, at which place she landed 190 male prisoners; Surgeon Superin tendant Dr. Wilson, R. N. The guard consists of Lieutenant Butler and a detachment of the 39th regt. Passengers, J. ýT. Gellibrand, ' Esq. Messrs. Hood, Barker, Legge, and Connor, and Mrs. Gibson; besides steerage passengers. Also the sloop Glatton, Longford, master, from Hobart Town on the 4th ult. having expe rienced tempestuous weather; lading 10 tons and a half of pota toes; also the Brisbane, Barnett master, from Launceston. 11th ult. detained from...

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To the Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce. SYDNEY, SEPT. 10, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 September 1827

Tithe Chairmain of the Chamber of Commerce. i ,SYDNEY, SEPT. 10, 1827. SIR, Through the independent columns of The Monitor, permit me to address you on a point of considerable im portance to the Merchants of Sydney and the wealthy inhabitants of this increasing' and prosperous little Metropolis. You Sir, are one of the few of our Society, who, preferring harmony and a: rational conviviality to the painful predomination of party spirit, have, by your promotion of the monthly dinners of the Agricultural. Society, and such like pleasant associations, tended to keep down the malignant effects of strong party poli tics. I am a large Trader 'of Sydney Sir, like your self, and people send' to me when they are short of wine; and because their houses afford no cellarage for a quantity, they direct their orders to me for Cham pagne, Claret, Particular Madeira, Old Port, &c. &c.. I send it. This customer very probably is a Justice of the Peace. If his Constable was, not a fello...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 September 1827

SYDNEY MARKETS. The overstocked state of the Cort ;RMarket Mtende materially to its deprestsion. W' heat was rather dull Of., sale and declined a trifle in price. Maize met' a qtuick demand. In other branches of ceiling a good deal ofb . business was done. There was a fine attendance aof dealers. 1"Meat varies but little from late prices. Average price of Wheat from 4:. 3d. to 5s. Gd. per Bushelk?-, Mlaize 58s. Gd. to GA. 6d.(-Barley (s. Gd. to 7s. 3d.-Fine ,: :Flour, 14:.. sterling per 100 lbs"-Second do. 1:s, Fread 4d. to. 5'l. per toaf,-Beef 2:.,lOd to 3s *,; her stone.-M utton 3s. tovsr. gd.--Pork 4s ad, to.Js. 8d.--Butter 2:. 64; to 3s. 9d. per lb--Cheese Is. 31 toV 1:. 8d.-Eggs 1l. 3d. to Is. lid. per doz.-FowlB p3id. couple.-D)ucks3a. 6d. to 4:. 6d.-Geese 7s.'6d. to+9s Turkies 10s. to 14s.-Potatoes 6e. 6d to 8s:'per cwt.ý lay £10 to £14. per lo id-Straw £1. 5s, perido.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 September 1827

.M t thefollowing rarkS on kigration to . D. 4 a :.5 :; . Wales, from that ublid spirited .Jodr na the Colonial T'nies,'dated ist July: ' W~Parslvery averse, nd'alwaiys haire bedr?, to make any st~emenits in the Colonial 'Times. whihel :might be attiibtidto a wish, to 'use an' English newspaper ex prssioni ; ,puff the Colony' of.Van Dieman's Land, in prefence',to that of Neat South Wales.--When we hay?totuch?idthe, capabilities 'of each Colony, we have endeavoured studiously to avoid overstepping the bounds of ,tiftb; and of having our statements tinctured by partiality. We have been accused of this, but totally disclaim it, and throw back the unfounded calumny contemptuously on our accusers. But to the point. It is an incontrovertable fact, .that within: the last few years, the tide of emigration to this Island has been gradually falling off, andbhas flowed to the elder Co-' lony. Formerly, this- was not the case. Ship after ship arriving, both from England,' Scotland and Ireland, ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 September 1827

Upon the appointment of a Committee to review the Na-. vigation laws ; and to recur to the old system of restricted trade in British Shipping. IT gives us great pleasure to see, that the question of the review of Mr. Huskisson's most pernicious trade system is now almost ripe for a Committee of the House of Commons. Our readers know how anxiously we have laboured on this subject from the beginning;. and this is the reason why we perceive, with more than ordinary pleasure, the change which the public mind is now undergoing on this subject. We trust, the change will be complete and radical. The table of the House is almost loaded with petitions, and amongst the fore^ most of the sufferers and remQnstrants, stand the. con stitutents of Mr. IHuskisson himself. IN the early part of the week Mr. Baring proposed that a Committee should be immediately appointed to inquire into the effects of the new system as relating to Shipping. This was opposed on account of the illness of Mr. Huskisson ...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 September 1827

DOM~ESTIC INTELLIGENCE.. TnE Elizabeth, of Sydney, has at length arrived-last fromn Valparaiso. The wreck, therefore, reported as being to the northward, is still aln enigma... The War spite and Volage were at South America; .and in conse quence of their' report that the Colony was in a blaze; the Elizabeth loaded wi h wheat! an unlucky affair. The. fact is, just as the squadron left Sydney, the cir cun jac ent cour.try, as our readers may reiueminbr, wa°, in consequence of the immense drought, in a state of ignition.- no uncommon occurrence in New South Wales: John Sailor, however, was mightily alarmed, and left the Colony with his head full of famine and starvation. A VERY capacious, well-looking watch-house, is being erected, at the back ot the .lllitary Barracks: it is built of free-etone.

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 September 1827

' ;. MMsORANDUM FOpR THE ENSUING WEEK. . - S. N:rises 10,minutes after 6. " : .. i gh.Water; 1 min. past 11 Morn.-35 min. past 11 Nt. S? Sun sets 51 min. past 5., j Jigh Water, 56 min. past 11 Morn. .T, H i High Water, 29 min. past 12 Morn.-46 min. past 12 Af. Last Quarter of the Moon.49 min, past 3 Aft. ?.- .High Water 15 min. past 1 Morn.-55 min. past 1 Aft. L Day increased 2 hours and 4 minutes. S Holy Cross. ',T;' t High Water 30 min, past 2 Morn.--6 min, past 3 Aft. `Equation of Time.-Sun on the meridian of Sydney, S?. 4 min 30 sec. before 12 mean time. I- ": 14th. Sunday after Trinity. - High Water 33 min. past 3 Morn.-5 min. past 4 Aft. S Lambert. High Water, 36 min. past 4 Morn.-8 min. past 5 Ev. Day 11 hours 52 min. long. .VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT OON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPEC S ' • - TIVELY. S. $rmv A "..:'...... 60 "69 66 Rain and Thunder. UtSDAvY ......... 58 54 56 Do. :WDNiESDY...... 52 56 56 Heavy Rain. T? i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 September 1827

;AGRICULTURAL & HORTICULTURAL SOC.E A T a General Meeting of the Agricultural :and .frtldc 11 tural Society, held at'Parrainatta, on the 14ti6bf'Jimi?nee it wvas ". . - . Resolved-That in future the Agricultural Society-.;meet only twice a year at Parramatta, viz. on the first Tkh.?adyof :,.. the Months of March.and October, or the days onwhlii, 0F Parramatta Fairs are held, on which occasions the half year1y competition of Stock shall take place, the first;+of flote??ed Cattle, in the Month of March, and the other, of H6rsea'a?nid' Sheep, in the Month of October; the Special Meetingi of th= -: Society to be held in Sydney.: Resolved-That at the next half-yearly Meeting of the i. Society to be held at Walker's Inn, on Thursday, the 4th of. October next, the following Premiums be awarded, viz:- 1st. For the five best Australian bred two-toothed Rams,', the smaller Gold Medal. 2nd. For the five second best do. the larger Silver Medal. 3rd. For .the five best Australian bred tw...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 September 1827

HIDES. r .TWO-PENCE Stprling per Pound, will be' paid for all I GREEN HIDES, delivered at this Warehouse, if perfect. Waterloo V arehouse, July-7, 1827. LABORATORY AND DISPENSARY. JAMES M'NAUGHTON, APOTHECARY and DRUG OGIST, intimates to the Inhabitants of Parramatta, and •the contiguous Districts, that he has just begun Business, at llrs Elder's new buildings, George-street, where he has a Supply of Medicines, fresh and genuine, will compound them with care and accnracy, and sell at moderate Prices; he consequently (along with his previous experience in the Business) presumes to solicit the Patronage of the Public. N. B.-Phvsicians' Prescriptions, and Family Medical Receipts, carefully prepared. Horse and Cattle Medicines. .Parrarnatta, July 14th, 1827. Ffl-IOMAS FERRIS, in Addition to his large and ex .1 tensive Stock of GOOD)S formerly advertised, has received, by. the latest Arrivals, the undermentioned, which he is disposing of at his usual moderate Prices, viz. W'itney blanket...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 September 1827

DEATHS. On Friday Morning. Mrs. MOUTEN, wife of Mr. MOUTEN, of George Street. AT Port Louis, Isle of France, MRS. BROTHERIDGE, wife of CAPTAIN BROTHERIDGE, 48th Regt. Mrs. B. was the Daughter of the late Captain .Johnson, of Annandale.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 13 September 1827

A Correspondent thus writes :-" In passing through Argyle a few days ago, I observed that the Government are now about making a road from Bong-Bong to Mr. Reid's, (or to that neighbourhood), a distance of 46 miles. The line intended to be cleared for the new road, is on the same track as the "make shift" road passes along ; a track on which the traveller, from the time of leaving the "Wollindilly Road," until his arri-   val at Mr. Reid's, evidently travels half the points of the compass. I have been informed Mr. Editor by a gentleman who is well acquainted with that part of the country, that "a better and much nearer line of road could be laid out,   "which would save, at least, 6 or 7 miles in the above   "mentioned distance." Is not this Mr. Editor deserving   the notice of our Sydney Government, as it would cer- tainly save considerable expense, and also be an essen- tial service to the public ? (We have repeatedly adverted to ...

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