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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 November 1827
DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. i SUN rises 21 minutes after 5. "i mI High Water, 59 min. past 2 Morn.-32 min. past 3 Aft. l 111 Sun sets 40 min. past 6. High Water, 5 mid. past 4 Morn.-39 min. past 4 At. High Water, 15 min. past 5 Morn.-43 min. past 5Ev. Day increased 3 hours 47 minutes. Moon 12 days old. All Saints day. , ? .. High Water 12 min. past 6 Morn.-46 min. past 6 Ev. e I Day 13 hours 24 miin. long. SIJAll Soul's Day. High Water 13 min. past 7 Morn.-42 min. past 7 Ev. jh Equation of Time.-Sun on the meridian of Sydney, 15 min. 53 sec. before 12 mean time. T 721st. SundLay after Trinity. I,?,I High Water 10" min. past 8 Morn.-36 min. past 8 Ev. '- - Full Moon 19 min. past.3 Morning. ' High Water, 56 min. past 8 Morn.-10 min. past 9 Nt. o I n Anti-Popish Gunpowder Plot, 1605 I Weather sultry with blightiug winds. Month of November.. GARDEN.-Plant Cabbages but keep them watered, or the 'drought will kill them. Carrots may also be. sownain alight soil. AGRICULTURE-The...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 November 1827
S. BDRIDGE'S STORES SNo. 33, CASTLEREAGH STREET. T O be disposed of,tthe following goods,. on. Commis . sion, gent.eme?ia~townl-made dressicoats, waist coats, 'dres.trowsnert, suctout. coats, shooting-jackets, camblet cloaks, green and blue baize, blankets, coun terpanes, green and blue table covers, black worsted stockings,, children's worsted "and cotton- socks, crape beading, crape puffing, wadding, bobbin, skein and reel- wire; pearl buttons, -silk, cotton,'- and worsted stay laces, silk boot and shoe laces, stay binding, tailors twist, sewing silk of colours, ladies' stays, ladies' and gentlemens' gloves, wax dolls, English and Italian inmlges, coloured rhones,;penrs and pencils, patent brass cocks, iron spoons," copper pudding moulds, tea and' snuffer trays, japanned lamps, carving knives and forks, pea knives, razors, sailors' knives, scissars, elegant brass fire irons, stock locks, toasting forks, and CRICKET BALLS, a few pounds of FILBERTS" in high preser vation. . N. B. A ...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 November 1827
op " I o Alligliqgs-he- tpl outlp·.,op a-o. e iti o o,- 'Ad p9of #J 4E p.oo tp , os.yt'fe, cs te. 9i, o-~b o frlt sh9fi:, bI7 e, onstaefes, co Ibr:.trihSthat ag-for,: whidh, t hey fre ,o, inch.distinwr sk o h,'tb io ed ,h ohpltgy, rarup the ueteJuan oyetM ,'#ler cptiBd' nat,:,)o, bte ep; the tnhappy h40imel1 ~Ie , Wit, ,tw ureIespng, qoiety Hfc?, b4 del' ' ? aitiPt rangi though ,n4,lcop , wvetry poor ,tle rind otdifh fgrely foot theurtie~, buconuld tab et,in coine 1ihow.ty the prld; canh his . ajqstysr o.liege ga.dster deaig, oloit, Th. ne, deth pie peommored .ty befor. hiw pe?eship Stoze (an -Bgpid;er itoo to keepUrw knae,w hiw$~lsle r: £2Q, arsltwos sureties of £Q: .each.. 'The, qlte):fid v , tran, tlo d.gh. h9at, a very poray, ho can hey coig,.y opto ther uretics, buti. ould ot fihe .unappyney of be r bail-bondwe n ly, th know-he small trifle latof ter 1OQ[ThJ) T.WP . S LLNG ; AND SIX-PENCE.; Nj w how; inz the, world; canf aIis Al~ajysty's liege oyster-. dealing, Cplopjsts,, wlh,...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 November 1827
SSoni anxiety has been expressed. for the re iirn of e Messrs. C. and H. O('rien, who hitely took; dn eXc&~tioin into the interior, a certain black native having,.reportdd they had been killed by his (the black's) couitrymen. . We shnll-be most happy. to" hear' of tbeir safe return. ''4 heir brother w'as not long ago lost in the Blue Moun tains. His fate has never yet been' known. ;There is t something romantic as well as awful about the catas trophe which befel that young gentleman.. A gentleman of .the name of Watson on the' Hunter, a new comer, has had all his labours consiiied 'by fire. ; We are sorry to'have observed, that wiih all the zeal for Bible Societies, Missioniary Societies, and 'support of S Christian Ministries in this Colony, exerted by our Clergy and religious' Laity, as well Church as Sectarian; and notwithstanding the incredible diligence wit'i which our said clergy, and their elders, deacons. and collectors go from door to door, like the mendicant Friars...
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 November 1827
SYDNEY MARKETS. iWheat 4s. 6d. to 5#. fer Bushel.--Maize 6s. to. 7s.-Oats 5e. Fowls 3s. to 4s. 6d. per couplc.-Ducks 6d. 6d.--Turkies 16s.---Geese 10s. to 12s.--Butter 2e. to 2i. 9d .--Eggs, Is. 6d. to ls 9d.:--Potatoes 7s. to 15.. per ¢wt.-r--Fige Flour, 13s. sterling per 100 lb,.-Secon4 do. I0s.- TPollIrd,e. Bran Is. 64.-Bread 3ýd. to dd. per, 21b. Loaf.-Beef 2s. 6d. per stone.-M.uttan 3s. '9d.-Pork 4s. 8jd.- Bush Hay from £E6. to £9. per ton:-Strawi 15s. to 25s. per 'load. . MERCHANDIZE. Hyson Tea, £12. per Chest of 64 lbs.-Open Green Tea ver, superior £7. 10s.--Sugar Isle of France 6d.-.Tobaeta ier"Basket Negrohead 5s. 6d.-Brazil 4s.-English Soap per box 6d.-Brandy. (very scarce) Rum per 5 Gallons ls.16 - Gin 18s.-.-White wine per. csk 3s. 6d. to 5s. per Gallon. R?c, 4o0s2. G4qto 4e I,.' '
ORIGINAL POETRY. LINES WRITTEN BY THE SEA-SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 November 1827
:, l.z ,>)ldJJfI ITMAM" !" r. º; ,Y . • Hi n kb?ih *ib~lze>o'er dedsn spread, S -Ad:listy a the'iekauh shed, f 'I 1.l: e' saBBtreford. I I was not,lopelyi wlings fair * Wppe a pr'49und a94 sa rg there 4 a, r sere on he' gre.,, Of ch rew, wid rpe less- e Ay py pts th jt . . - i r W?' theme? "ithat;cu cen. . And Oii the' sd thit look'd dfgild, SEachtoy-like skifft aid vessel bold -' Glidetd, and yet seeni'dstill • WhiIe so'tds rdse on the' quiet, ir, Th'at mhiglingsnaide sweet'muici'there ' . ~. Sut sing Minstrel's skill. The breye mucmmur from the shore, JoyI's augh re-echped o',r, dt ao'a f .. :,.Alil0;by sire and child, . - The wg)stle shrril---the brTpen song ,, - e..far,Qf natnrp~itfli'ngge jg Ipyg-" 'the lark's straiR rican"4Yil li 'Twas'bimoetin-thb *orld4arotindh. And looking inwards--so I found :a~vs sun-set-in the soul; !4or ki4e nor mirth, were birnini there,• S But musings s et, and visions fair, Id lacid beaiitysto1e.' ' ' rsr * : f ¼r : * I 'r',, r j . .
ENGLISH POLITICS. LETTERS ON THE STATE OF IRELAND. (Extracts continued from the Monitor of April 24, p. 383.) Continuation of Letter No. I. "On the character of the Irish Government and the effect of its measures on the Country." [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 November 1827
ENGLISH, POLITICS. LETItRrE 6iN ' rHE STATE: OF RELAND. .Ectracts continuedfrom the Monitor of dpril 24, p. 383.) Continuation Of Letter q. i . 0 " On the character f :the I riA l o!nt !i'ad. Pe efecgt of iti nea u o thMq Country." .THERsnIVaeL i .keep? any. efforts made by the Irish. Government, to eengraft: iproyp.p entsi on the old. sys,. tenm,, tQo correct, its Aaus1s. to, eupply its defects,~ a.nd Qc-, easionally., to substitpte .one mo4de; of prpQeqding for. another,;; :but- littleaiuc.ess has attended these, efforts;, unless where parliament directly interfered,: as ipnre-, pealing the union duties,,or in appointing commissioners to. inquire .into the mode of collecting. the revenue, .&c., in-Ireland. Indeed, the. very attempts made to adminp. ister bad laws justly, :or to. induce corrupt men; to .sr-: render their respective right to embezzlement, oppres, sion,: and tyranny, have, produced such .heartburnings,. such private enmities,: and; such. vindictive .retaliati...
THE MONITOR. THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 1, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 November 1827
T IIE MONTITOR. THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 1, 18s . THue.Bank of Australia we find, has raised the inter est of its loans to 10 per Cent. On the doctrine of Banking, we have been always strict deciples of Adam Smith. But the crashing of banks, and the fall in value' of paper money , in England as compared' gold, which took place in December 1S25, and the effects of which are still in distressful operation in the Mother Country, has idduced us to.read the latest pamphlets on the subject of money; and we acknow ledge, that whereas we used to think, and have often expressed our opinion in the discussions of the Old Bank Meetings, that a liberal interpretation ought to be given in N. S. Wales as to the rules by, which Dr. Smith directs the issue of paper money, we are now incliried to think, that .hose rules, ought to be main tained here as well as elsewhere, in all their strictness. A liberal interpretation of those rules would have led u's, formerly, to justify the issuing of paper mo...
LONDON NEWSPAPER CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 November 1827
'"ONJON NEWSPAPER HAPT. ON Wednesday last, the convicts in the Penitentiary 'made a most violent attack on the keepers, and endear vouted to escape frqig the prispp. Eight of the ring leaders were, however, sequred, and put into close con finement. The o'ficers from Queen-square were then sent for, and the convicts wire brought into the yard; inaie asked if they had any complaint to make of the ar tangements of the prison. The convicts who took the leading part in the riot said, they were to be liberated ?a4 the end of two yeprs. To that time there had been no complaint madle o their conduct, and still they were kept in prison. After such a promise had been made to them, they considered they ought not to be required to work. The governor told them, thpt,such a promise never, coUld have been, male, and assured them that the course they, were pursuing.wuuld not. obtain for them. a pardon. AN account appeared in the Morning Chronicle some days ago;, of an extraordinary act of benevolen...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 November 1827
T !r )j " btr'j' . CHANTER. .,, £m d,. ? ??f , HIS celebrated Chesnut Coach Horse, who,: for isizd ,symmetry nd strength, stands uairivalled ir?theC o lony,`ils'taib this Season at the places and on the days specifiel bylow--Viz . " At D t Depne s, ,Wetrn ~Ra, pn 1odayp, . .. .1? m eamqs?nlderwood i Half-pway Hous,: Tuesdays. ,1. J.,S ith Crjoss Keys Para atta'a$ca , . .; Mr. l'Iugh Kelly s, Windsor Road, Wednesdays. Ma;iD. Smtallwood's, Pitt Town,' Thursdays. Mr, Joht Town's. Jichmond,. Fridays. 'Mr. 'Johni 'HIiis, Nepahi;'Saturdays. . : ," - Tern ?- gn Dollars each Mare, and one )ollar to the Grioom. :.. -. & T HIS celelged4iiH4g ;,will $4fpd du fing theeasoni -TL at the undermentioned places: viz. 'Mr. John Patrick's, Campbell Town. Mr.iThomas Collighan's, Liveipool. d. Mr. Samuel Blackman's, Cobherty.. :a Mr. Matthew Highlanid's, Prospect. Mr. Callqghan's, Appin. " Young Hector was formerly the property, of Ni. Sa muel Blackman, bnt now belongs to Mr. ;CoMiglian. He was ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 November 1827
W~ HEREAS. a Strawberry BULLOCK, rising V three years ol1d, joined my herd about two years ago. This-is to give Notice, that any Person clainding the said Bullock, proving it to be his o'wn, may have the same by paying the expences. JOHN COGHILL, Kirkham. SMITH AND HORT'ON, Waterloo Fruiterers, King K Street, have just received a large supply of fine Eng *lish Walnuts in excellent condition, hich they .oiler at Is. Gd. Per lb. To Blacksmiths, Nailors, and others. E XCLUSIVE of his large stock of Iron on hand; W. M. has purchased for Cash, per Medway, up wards of 60 Tons, of assorted Iron, which he intends selling at a reduced price for Ready Money only. 'Bar iron at Twenty Ponnds Sterling per T'on ; Nail-rod Iron at Ten Shillings Sterling per Bundle. Vim ilMacdonald, 68. George Street. WILLIAM HICKEY. BREAD AND BISCUIT BAKER, PRINCE'S STREET, SYDNEK . EGS leave to apprise his Friends and the Pnblic, that he has also entered into the above Trade (in conjunction with the Public licens...
To—Baxter, Esq. H. M. Attorney—General, &c. &c. &c. Parramatta, October 30th, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 5 November 1827
To - Baxter, .Esq. H. M. Attorney-General, Ac. &c. 8?c. Parramatta, October 30th, 1827. T Ea verdict of a Coroner's Inquest in this Town hav ing given some dissatisfaction, I respectfully beg that your will, for the ends of justice, see the depositions that have been taken. A verdidt of afislaughWer ?wa:s brought in, as regards a person of the name of Bateman. But it is the opinion of many here, that the circuinstanmces under which he stabbed the deceased, were of a malig nant nature. I, shall be happy to reveal my name if necessary, but in our close society I do not feel justified in publicly appearing as a Dissentient from the late Inquest, unless necessary to the ends of justice; but murder is a crime, that, where I think it has been com mitted, I feel it my duty to speak. The Inquests and Coroners of this country are not very well informed (as may be expected) on law points, and I think, Sir, when you come to examine this case, you will be of this opinion. I am, Sir, mit...
Liverpool, Oct. 30, 1827. Mr. E. S. Hall, [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 5 November 1827
Liverpool, Oct. 30, 1827. Mr. E. S. Hall, SIR, As personal feeling could not have influenced you in giving publicity to a mis-statement of facts, which demands a .contradiction at my hands; I trust you will as readily give the enclosed a place in your next number. If you require payment for its insertion, and let me know the amount of charge, I will send it down to yout Office; at all events, I have to request that my letter may not be altered, nor put in, in any other shape than its original; I mean not as an advertisement. I am, Sir, Your obedient servant. F. E. FORBES. (ACCOMPANYING the above letter, was a statement, which whether true or erroneous, is expressed in a man ner that would render us liable to an action for libel. If however the writer will procure a plain uncommenting report of the proceedings before the Bench at Liverpool, such as was published by us in out late number, we we will insert it without expense. The charges against Mr. Lloyd are of public importance, mor...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 5 November 1827
To THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. SIR, ON the score of my being one of the Catechists appointed by the Archdeacan, I obtain the privilege of contradicting a statement which appeared in the Moni tor of the 15th Instant, relative to the Catechists not teaching the children of the Settlers. I nAVE held my appointment about fifteen months; during which time, I have regularly attended to the duties of the Public School in my district, without any other assistance than that of Mrs. Layton, who instructs the females in needle-work. I am, Sir your most obedient Servant. Appin, Oct. 20th 1827. JOHN LAYTON.
DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 5 November 1827
DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. iSUN rises 14 minutes after 5. E.; o High Water, 30 min. past 9 Morn.-50 min. past 9 Nt. SLeonard. Sun sets 47 min. past 6. I I High Water, 5 min. past 10 Morn.-25 min. past 10 Nt. I I High Water, 45 rmin. past 10 Morn.--11 at Night. [ Day increased 3 hours 57 minutes. EJ Princess Aug. Sophia born. 4I I High Water 16 min. past 11 Morn.-35 min. past 11t Nt. &I I (Day 13 hours 34 min. long. H High Water 56 min. past '11 Morn.- Equation of Time.-Sun on the meridian of Sydney, 15 min. 58 sec. before 12 mean time. 22nd. Sunday after Trinity. 1 High Water 29 min. past 12 Morn.-46 min. past 12 Af. High Water, 15 min. past 1 Morn.-55 min. past 1 Aft. St. Martin. Last Quarter of Moon 4 min. past 7 Morning. Month of November. GARDEN.-Plant Cabbages but keep them watered, or the drought will kill them. Carrots may also be sor*n in a light soil. AGRICULTURE,--The harvest begins generally in this Month Cut the Wheat rather green than over ripe, whi...
Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 5 November 1827
'bipping Intlligienr . Arrivals.-On Friday from Hobart Town, the Brig Mary, whence she sailed the 25th. utlt. She left London the 11lth of June with a cargo of sundries. Also, the Schooner Waterloo from the same place, with spirits, wheat, and Tobacco. On Saturday from same place, the 28th. ult. the Layton prison ship, from Plymouth the 17th. of June. She disembarked her prisoners at Van Dieman's Land. Captain Geddes of the 39th. commands the detachment. Surgeon-Superintendent, Dr. Evans, R. N. Messrs. Thompson and Hallen, Surveyors, arrived in the Colony by the Layton. Projected Departures.-The Alacrity for Tellicherry this day. Elizabeth for London, and Hetty for Port Dalrymple on Thursday the 8th. instant. REMAIN IN HARBOUR oith H. M. S. Pandora-- Elisabeth, Champion, Alfred, Cambridge, Medway, Prince Regent, and Ephemina. BARQUEs Rolla, and Ly*n. BRats Fame, Wellington, Amity, and Lord Rodney. SCIJOONERS Darling, Brisbane, Henry. Hetty, Henry, and Prince of Denmark. CUTTERS Curr...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 5 November 1827
flaying transmitted our Bills for the last Quarter to our Country Friends, we shall feel greatly obligcd to them to liquidate the'same at their earliest convenience. Our advertising friends are already aware, that our charges are the same as those of The Australian. We again take the opportunity to remind all persons who pary money at the Monitor Office, or to our Agents up the Country, to demand a printed Receipt signed in the hand writing of E. S. Hall. No other Receipts for money * paid on our account for Journals, Advertisements, or on any other account, can be acknowledged by us. Several of our Subscribers having, on settling their accounts, re quested a deduction for such numbers of our Journal as they alleged they had not received, we take this opportunity to state, that in a country where there is no Post, it would cost us more to ensure the delivery at the door of our up-country Subscribers to our Journal, than we charge for it. Therefore, we cannot by any means ensure its ...
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 5 November 1827
SYDNEY MARKETS. Wheat 4s. 6d. to 5#. per Bushel.-Maize 6s. to 7s.-,Oats 5s. Fowls 3s. to 4s. Gd. per couple.-Ducks 6s. 6d.-Turkies 16s.-Geese 10s. to 12s.--Butter 2s. to 2s. 9d --Eggs Is. 6d. to Is 9d.-Potatoes 7s. to 15a. per cwt..--Fine Flour, 13s. sterling per 100 lbs.--Second do. 10s.-Pollard 2s. Bran Is. 6d.--Bread 3jd. to 48d. per 21b Loaf.-Beef 2s. 6d. per stone.-Mutton 3s. 9d.-Pork 4s. 8d. Bush Hay from £6. to £9. per ton.-Straw 15s. to 2,s. per load. MERCHANDIZE. Hyson Tea, £12. per Chest of 64 lbs.--Open Gren5e Te very superior £5.--Sugar Isle of France 5*d.--'ol,bacco per Basket Negrohead 4s. 9d.--Brazil 3s. 9d--English Sonp per box lid.-Brandy (very scarce)25s.--Rum (per~Guillons) 18s.-Gin 20s.--White wine per cask 3s, 6d to o s. per Gallon.--Red. no demand for.