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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 May 1829

SnHar STBIPrNDe TO C sATE.-I'ft is as serted. that incumbents of livings, often, in the titles for orders which they give to young men entering the .church, affix nominal sums as. stipends for the service to be performed. but, by a secret understanding, pay nothing. What scoundrels r We do hope the' Bishops wtll be able to catch a few of the offenders and trounce them severely. Surely a rector or vicar who can seriously put his band and seal to a swindling falsehood, by which he declares that lie assigns a stipend to a young curate of which he pays not one farthing, ought to be su*pended iinunediately l--Timesa;

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor, The
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SYDNEY MARKET AVERAGE STERLING PRICES OF THE LAKE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 May 1829

SYDNEY MARIIET .. AVERAGE .STERLING PRICES OI* THe LiV MARKET. . Wheat perb'sli..0 10 9 'Dcks ......' 0 '8 ?O ' Maize, do..... 0" 6 3 Fowls, per pair 0 :3s'ti; Barley, do.... 0 5 3 Geese, do ...., 0 ..11* ' -Potatoes cwt.., 0, 9 a3 Turkie-,.do... 0 I)I'! Butter, per lb. O 2 ( J ay, per ton.. 10 O Eggs, per doz. O 2 9 Strawper load,' 2 0 STERLING PRICES OF FLOU.--Per 100 lbs ..: Dixon.......... ..·. [**o 22r*' Coo er •..... . .. ..I*** ? ,, ,J ?i+ +..M, Barker .............. . 18 ' DarlingMills ........ 2. 6. 1 Jlt 81 G?orgc Street S?d?eay .Newu, SO. M? EDITED, PRINT ED, AND PL'LI8E411 I BY TlHE PROPI(lETi'I~, ; R.W A.W S4Adl'Uli. HAttl.

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LIBELS EX-OFFICIO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 May 1829

".JBL -S EBX-OFPICIO. 'tir Iokng? dver a Bengial HIurkaru of the ttli a'lst December, we find a report of a trial bf two English residents, on an informa tion for a conspiracy made by them against a native of rank, filed ex-ofi.io by the Advo cate.General of India. The reasons given brttho Advocate Ger'ral for this exercise of ower, go in the strongest manner (by in ferential deduction) to condemn the late .ex crtise of the same prerogative by our At torney General. The protection of the cbhracter of a foreigner, a native ofindia, an alien, was the humane and patriotic motiye atleged for his conduct, by the Advocate ge neral of Calcutta; not to enable a civil or mnilitary officer to punish an editor for ex pteing certain public acts, which were alleged toi have been done by that .officer as a public To enable our .readers, bowever, to judge" f the very different principles' which seem tor govern the Attorney General of New South Wales, and the Advocate General of India respectively;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 May 1829

. :NOTICE. P?:l ersons are cautioned not to trespass my Farm in the District of Castle hat Yellow Murday's Lagoon. CHARLES PALMER. * mond, April 22, 1829. CHINA. GOODS, *EX CUMBERLA4ND, N'N SALE AT No. o10, GEORGE XJ STREET. Elegant China ware Fine table- rice in jars - Preserved ginger 'Floor matting Camphor wood-trunks B'ook cases and chests of drawers Black silk handkerchiefs Sewing silk, grass silk handkerchiefs WV hite and yellow Nankeens Sperm candles, Dried ginger :' egrohead tobacco. : I.... T. G. PITMAN, May 4, 8Is9. SNO ICE. ,LMfR. HENERY, of the Free-mason V Arms, York-street, begs to inform ia friends and the public, that being solely ingaged in the public line, he has disposed af his stock in Trade of Groceries, &c. to r.. John Glynn, who has opened a shop eetr to him ; and Mr. Henry trusts, his late eust~omers for tea, sugar, butter, cheese, eiap, candles, tobacco, &c. &c. &c. will now " rtronize Mr. Glynn, who will be enabled to edl on ...

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NEWS BY THE PRINCESS ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 May 1829

NEWS BY THE PRINCESS ROYAL. On going to preas,.. we received more pnpera, biLt none later than the 30th Dec. A lnan has been con victed in Edinburgh ot the' mzrder of att oldlnank, whom he strangled on purpose to sell to the Ann. tomists when-ded I ' he. approver swore. to havin:g had a hand in sonic dozen strariglings of the 'san)o kind !'In. short, the 'murderer kept a sort of sh,,p to carry on the trade in, and strangers were decoydc1 into it, and then put out of the way. No account of the King being ill in ,/ds paper, as mentioned in the Gagette of this morning. His Maljesty was ill "a) the middle of December, but happily recovered. Oaur readers will have observed the last six months the au periority of our English intelligence, in point Of. Iai?? ( omettic., Captain Wilson, our aew. Engineer, has arrivi,• [ We perceive that that old Cc.lonist arnd' respectable teacher of. youth M?r..; Bradl y, is once .more' devoting himself 'to sWint .we consider the moat honourable of all upr...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 May 1829

drrival,-On Wednesday, the Tigrcs. from rob" t' Town, cargo-wheat and wool. On Thuirisday, tlie?. Lord Melrillq from London, with 170 male convit't.; Dr. Rutherford R.-N. Surgeon Superintendent. Fa-:. sengers, Mr. a'Leay, son to our Col. See;. The Resource from London, gen. cargo. Same dao,.. the currency! Lass from Launceston, with wheat and potatoes. On Friday, thei .S'u~ftsure from Lontdoa,4. Hobart Town; general cargo. This day, the I'rncer Royal from London, with female convicts. . Departrcucs--On'-Wedriesdaiy, the-'Lord Liverpoolfit -Newcastle, with 57. prisoners. On Thursday,' the' Isabella for Moreton Bay, with stores and provisions. Passerigers, Dr. J; Bowman, Mr. 'Cunningham, KMr. ,f; Cowper,4and Master Roberts. Same day,.tbe L?Ag for London, with.Colonial produce. Passeigere,sM ,i*. .ausk and family, and Mr.'Tawell. Projected Departfres--The Henry- an od' letu#"6? for Launceston,. this day ; the Mayr for Batavia, tjze Ionia for Hobart Town, and Guide for Timor. the 10*lh4...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 May 1829

*r ,i r , dtID OTHERS f WILSON begs to return thanks fo p, past favours, and begs to, inform his trnisd sand ,the. put'lie, that he has received -y4 the ?hip Sorry, a irgsh suppply tf GOODS eq silting of as tollows,,viz ; ,i+db4 p Russian hairs, &c. S$toe p.ncers With every description of , shoe grindery. BRUSH WARE. a?i? broom3 with handles Shoe brushes 'Srulbing brushes, with Paint ditto * pare clamps Ground dittr Horse ditto Dusters ater ditto. Sash tools Dusting ditto Spoke ditto 'd1lster ditto ` Plaisterera' ditto / ~erth ditto Camel hair pencils. Fatniture ditto COOPERS -TOOLS IN SETS. :Contbining iadze, axe, G S band saws, 'bung ditto, inside and outside spoke shaves, round ditto, rivetting hammer, broad draw pia knife, jiggers, shop knife, iron drivers oron hand chissel, snall and large punch,. bickering ditto, flagging iron, cruze, dou ble jointed planes, topping ditto. bung auger,' compass, pincers, taper auger, .and bung'borer, hand?,d vice, brases 12 bits, and pa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 May 1829

J. WYATT'' OL!) ESTABELtlJll. CHEA?iP RETAIL WARI?HOUSE, NO 16,. PI T STREET. JUST imported by the latest Arrivals, the following CHOICES GOOD, viz. Soo Rich silk shawls, fashionable colours, from 14s. 6d. each to 60s. .eo Ditto imitation Cashmere ditto, 5s 9acb. . c Ditto; ditto, ditto, 4-4 square, 5e. each o40 Ditto, half-handkerchiefs, 2s. 6d.each 1200 Gentlemeos' solovred Spitalfeld silk ,Tito, for the pocket, from -.. 6d. :.:0 Ditto black ditto, 30, 34 and 36 qOarei from 4s. sooo Pieces of ribbons, selling at half the smual price 400 Pieces of shoe ribbon, at los. per 36.yard piece . 00 Pieces ditto binding, at aS. per 36 ward piece Ladies' lace caps, black and white lace eilse and fcarfs Urlings and cushion thread lace, figured ,aett 4-4 and 8-4 wide Ladies' Leghorn sad straw bonnets 100 Pieces black and coloured queen's stuf, from is. per yard Blue, brown and olive second cloth, Ts. 6d. per yard Ditto, ditto, and black superfine ditto, 7-4 .4Ide, 20s. per yard ..Ditto, ditto,...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY MAY, 11. 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 May 1829

MONDAY MAY, 11. 1829. SA number of prisoners who had been in con "~i ament for a considerable period of time, some. tr*itbnm t0 long back' as .September last, but i?gainlt whom no informations had been filed, were discharged by order of the Judges, on Sa turday last, previous to the rising of the Court No blame, however, was attarihed to the Attorney tieueral, as the depositions ini the cases referred to were never forwarded to him from the dif ferent benches by whom the prisoners were comn. ;shitted. The Attorney General invariably mani fret the utmost desire to promote the ends of jasti'e, and is unwilling that parties should lie discharged when a prima facie case appears ",gaist them'; but the Judges stated,that. ihsy l?|o had 'r duty to perform, and were bound to deilver the ga.l." 1'ibilis an extract from Tues'day sennight's GCuSttW, and we consider it a specimen of the diligence, capacity for busineess, legal ~onuwledge, .and humanity, of our Country .ustices. As the Editor of...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 May 1829

(Our readers in town wil we trust9 escuae he piub .&cation of the follotowig Ater in our columans, as well a. those of The Auatr l'an, as wte consider the, arga. ments as original.t the style it masterly, and we geso our country subscribers to have the pleasure of a pc. essase-ED.) TO THE EDITOR OF TJE MONITOR. " What is a ruler who substitutes his, own will forlaw - " A DEBs!O l t'" " What is a Governor whose own example en courages a disregard of the laws entrusted to his care 1"-----". A TarTonR !" (Sydney Gazette.) Sl*, . Sydney, 18th..April, 1829. Taking the above quotation from the Govern ment Gazette of this day for my text, I shall beg leave, in your columns, to analyse it, and to offer a brief commentary upon it. The Court Editor, I am of opinion, when he promulgated the" unqualified' doctrine, was not aware that ,he was publishing a libel of a grosser and more seditious complexion, than either of the alleged libels exhibits. for which his contemporary Journalists h...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &c. &c. TAKEN AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 May 1829

DIARY. MMSM3ORAh'M YOU TH5 BNSUINGWEUK. B.;ýViATIO OF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TABN$ - I7 THU MORNING, 12 AT NOON AND . IN TlE REVENING RESPECTIVELY. I Ird Sunday after Easter. 1 - lagHigh.water, 6 m. p. 1 Moa.- 83 m. p. 1 SAft. High Water, 2 in the morn-28 m. p. 2 Aft. Sw Ist Quarter of Moon, 51 m. p. 5 Morn. ' High Water, 59 m. p 2 Mora.-32 In. p.3 Aft k-'I High Water, 5' m. p. 4 Morn.-36 Im. p. 4 Nt. . j High Water, 15 m. p. 5 Morn.--43 m. p 5 6 5. I High WVater, 12 min. p. 6 Morn-46 m. p. 6 Aft ' o High Water, 13 m. p. 7 mOre.-36 m. p. 7 -" " Sun rises. 55n m. p. 6-se t. 5 m. p. 5 bhuar ......... 668068W. Fair. "usnvr ............ 62 76167Do. Do. ,.MonDA .......... 7769 Do. D. '1vai8flv ......... 5617 64 W. Do, P?rDAYl ....... . (7258 S E. Showery. -~-L··b~-L·~I- -L~-~---I) L .Iwo~

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 May 1829

By the AResource ~e have received papers to, th 29th of Dec. inclusive, which is six days later than the date of those obtainedby the Mellish. N'oth1ing striking seems to us to have occurred in the interim Great joy was expressed by the population of Con stantinople, at the retreat of the Ruisisana; new. and vigorous measurea for the dofence of the holy nnaton3. as the Turks call themselves, were making by their bloody but energetic Sultan. The President of Ame. rica has piuhlished his usual :enlightened expose. Th. simplicity of this document-its patriarchal chear cter -Its. plain matter-of-fact statemcnts, and rensonitug,, combining at once the practical vitw of the man of .business, with the researches of a sober but profound ifftlsophy, :shew, what a young and poor peoplet, scattered over a t.rritorr more extensive than all Europe, can accomplish. The acts and nayinga of the Republic of th. United States-its vigour and its simplicity--always bring to our mind the contra.st betwe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 May 1829

N ' OTTCE TO CORRESP3rNDEFNTS. In consequence of a great num I or our Subscribers requesting us to go back to Saturday evening, as our day of publication, we hai.e icceded to their wish. II: Our, Advertising Friends are re !n'quested to do us the favour of send SinOg :us their Saturday Advertise imnens as soon after 9 o'clock as pos Ssible; otherwise our publishing will' ibe so late in the evening as to give general dissatisfaction. Bly mistake, all the old advertisements which Swere to have been put out of this number, have been inserted.. 3The owners will not be charged with their insertion this number. CusMSSAaTrAT OrPFsC, SynSzv, iAT 8s,, 189. S DERSONS desirous of supplying, until the 24th. December next, such quanti ties of provisions and forage, as may be required fo,r the Mounted Police, stationed at Car.pbell Town ; and also of broad, for 'the prisoners confined in the gaol and lock .tp-house, at the same place, are requested to transmit their offers in writing, to this 'of...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 May 1829

On Thursday last, at half past one o'clock, to the great grief: of her husband and a numerous circle of   friends, Mrs. Hill, wife of Mr. Arthur Hill, of the Rose and Crown Tavern   Castlereagh-street. Mrs. Hill suffered five weeks illness, the latter part of which was extremely painful. Mrs, Hiil was a person of singular activity.. The whole care of the Tavern (formerly kept in King-street) fell upon her; and. her business at that time, was the first in the country,. Mr. Hill's being lat- terly deprived of his license; and the di- lapidations of the servants, coupled as they were with Mrs. H's. unceasing ac- tivity night and day, at length preyed. on her spirits, and laid her on a bed of sickness. That which intense attention to the gentlemen and the public who fa- voured her house with their patronage could not effect, a sense of unmerited rigour in being deprived of the license;   to her Tavern, accomplished. Her disease was complicated; but...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 11 May 1829

DOMESTIC INTEL LIGENC We are happy to learn, that Mr. Raymond 4i tendso bring the Country post-masters under.b?i surveillance, with respect to t e. delivery of th, letters and the newspapers. We give IMr. lthyi mond.every credit for his attempt at so nucecd. reform; and that he may persevere, we applri hirm, that he will be sure to receive a god.J doa. of opposition from the Country.Post-rna;cr~;, i: the ground, 'that they are not paid for the exi;ir -trouble Mr. R's improvements uill necessarily ladi upon them. But to this plea Mr.. I. must pit. no intention.. They have undertaken a cer~i~u duty, and it was nod . rt of the. contract that th i abould not do all their duty. If their enuolumLreia. are too small, let them resign. Others must ,li had to take their office. If not, (which we th.bil; very lilkely,forthe pary of the country post, umiateri is certainly ;most mrierable) why then GCov'rn ment must apportion a )part of tlhe revenug t pay this class of 'oflicer better; they hbe ...

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Market Prices from the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 May 1829

TartMe Prices from the Sydney Gazette. ts . d., Wheatperbsh. 0 10 3 Ducks ..... 4 6 Maize, do..... 0 6 6 Fowls; per pair 0 38 -Barley, do...,. 0 5 0 Geese, do:.... 0 9'f Potatoes cwt.. 0 10 0 Turkies, do,... 0 10 6 Butter, per lb. 0 2 10 I Hay, per ton.. 10 0 Eggs, per doz. Q. 3 0 Strawper load 2 0 STERLING PRICES OF FLOUR.---Pe' 100 lb: Dixon .............. " 26s. 238. ' Cooper ....... ........ 25 Barker . .......... E. 67 23 Darig Mills .6 .......6 23 6

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 May 1829

drtru:it.--On Monday, the Jane, fronm Lodoa 8th of November, merchandize. De atrtures.--On Monday, the lonsa, for ?bu Town, in ballast. Same day, the Governor PAllip for Norfolk Island, with stores, provioions,, and pas nengers. Samo day, the Hetty, for Launceston, i4 ballast. On Tucsday,, the Lo.'d Liverpool, for New castle, with sundrics. On Thursday, the hellisA, h, Oincapore, in ballast. Same day, i.etzab#etA at Mary, for Macqnarie Island, in ballast'. Projected Departurcs.-The Queen Charlotte, F'o? Launceston, the 24th inst. The Alice, for flobarlt Town, the 26th inst. The Rcliance for Calcutta, th~ Edward for Bombay, antd the Lord lfae(uilte for.lai tavia, on the 28th inst. The Hunter, for GlasgoWj the 31st inst. The'Ye.per, for London, 4th of J ini .I GIeorge Street Sydney Kern, £Ia £2lTEBD, PRINTED, AND rPlji 8 ,IMI Df TEB PROPRIBTORP, £ &" fl WDWAID SMIT `W,' '

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AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 May 1829

I~ ?GR;t1VKLff?'; REPOIT °FOR APRIII (Fr')m a Cerreapondent.) Last month gave us so much' rootn ibi hope of a favourable change, that we wek led into rather an esti'avagant panegyric upon the appearanrie of returning to periodi cal rains; but durin,. the whole of the p re sent week, every such, cheering prospect cee sto be diaipn te ;loor, andi ior an dl ot pleasing ,anticipation~3 have been, in cn-Ne caquenee, disappoilnted. ' he whole of the month has passed away vrithout any can tinuance of rain, co that little or nothin has been accomplished in the way of plough ing, upon new and unbroken.up lands. which is to ba the' more regretted, as fio snom years patt, the produce arising fr6?ia the old groundO; has naturally been dimi. nishing ; we would however still recommend the unremitting continuance of ploughing, and breaking up with the' hoe, upon such tolerable soils as each individual may have within his reach; and to obviate as much as possible, the want of Gowing upon nee' vit g...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 May 1829

MUISORANDVM'FOR THE' t-2BUNO WERE. * ~IARZATLON5 OF TIlERMOMWI'rR, &C. &C. ?ARKB AT IN' TUE ?.4RNINQ, 12 AT NOON AU' 5r ;X TUB EVEINING RES~PEQ.T1VHLV. Voto High W ater, 10 w. p. 8 4ori--.3,6 alt p. 8 Jlighi W,~tar,,56 i. p. 8 mnorn'=-10 . p. 9 Nt. H fgh Wattir, 30 n. p 9' Morn---50 im. p.9 N. ' Full Mloon, 53 hi. p. 5 Morn. ýj Higi lCWater, 5 p..11) Mof-25 Im. . 10' · g j hlig Watert , 45 m.,p. 10 Morn.-11 at Nx. p+ j ( High Wa~ter, 16 nm p..1.1 Morn-- 95 . 't. 11 ' M J Hi &tWaWtCer56 mi. p. 1(. 0rr.- II3Ic41 bSun rises: 1 m. p. 7-seta 53 rn. p.4 _ R~tqAý., ...:... 52 72.:60 W.,·r Fine. . SATURDAY ":.. ..... 5O 72261 Do. 1. S °. . 176·62 .N. E. Dboe. O 5DA0174f r,., 607 40)o. bo. TwiESb>Av.. .. 49 72161 S E. I Do. WEDNRUs V, ,. 49 74 60 S. " Du. WuIJaPAV«.......... 52 75'60 ,.E.' D.o. ,--- ----Y-.,.lno -NOM--- W I

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SUPREME COURT. FRIDAY, 22nd MAY, 1829. (Before Judges Forbas.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 May 1829

SUPRME CeOURT. FR)DAY. 22nd MAY, 1829 (Be ftor Judgcr Forbcs.) John Naughten was indicted for the .wilful murder of Mrs. Ryan, in Cumberland-street,, Sydney, on the 9th instant, having inflicted on her head three blows with an axe. The prisoner pleaded Guilty, but this was over ruled by the Chief Justice, and the trial pro ceeded. Elizabeth Brennan, I am a washerwoman, and was employedby Mrs. Ryanto assist herin washing on the )th instant; it was on'a Saturday, about 1 o'clock. I- was washing pt a tub in a room ad joining the yard : Mrs. Ryan was in the yard wringing out some clothes; she- said " there is plenty of cold meat for the men's dinners;" upon this, prisoner who was in the kitchen adjoining the yard, came out and said, he would be d----d if he should eat her leavings; or words to that effect; they had some further words, when pri ,soner said, " he would have her b- dy life;" she told him " he would not be so bouncible when his master came home in the evening ;" he then ran...

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