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CRIMINAL COURT TRIALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 June 1829

CRIMINAL COURT TRIALS. Thomas Shaw, and Maria Williams, were in dicted for having stolen from Mr. John Joshua Moore, of Liverpool, certain monies, viz.-20 sovereigns, gold; one half-guinea, gold; 15 dol. lars; 20 shillings; a 101. Bank of England note, and two 11 notes. It appeared in evidence that Mr. and Mrs Moore went from home on the 8th April, and left the female prisoner in chart; of the house; she was an assigned servant to Mr Moore. Shaw is a ticket-of-leave man, but likewise a servant to Mr. Moore. Mr. and Mrs l. returned home in the evenihg, and the prisoner Williams had eloped; the cash box was broken open and the contents gone, viz --18 sovereigns, ooe half.gui. nea English,' 10 bills on the Bank of England, 3 one. pound notes of Cooper and Levey, 31. 15s. in dollars, a few shillings, and one or two pro missory notes. In about half an hour afterwards. it was discovered, that the prisoner Shaw had ab esonded also. A servant, named Robert D.avis, saw the foot tracks of the...

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EX-OFFICIO LIBELS. Supreme Court, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 June 1829

EX-OFFICIo LIBELS. Supreme Court, Monday. After the three judges had taken their seats, I. A?. Attorney General rose, and praiyed fbor judgment on Mr. E. S. Itall, Proprietor and Editor of The Sydney Monitor,. for a seditious libel, published by him, and of which he had been found guilty last term. M' r. Hall not being in attendance, and inti matiot, being given to the. Court that he. would shortly mhake his appearance, E..A. Hayes, Eac.. was called upon, and answered. The Attorney Genreral prayed .the judg ment of the Court against him for a seditious libel published by him, against Governor Darlink', in his Jourati, The Australian, of which hehad been fourid' guilty last term. Mr. Justice Dowling proceeded to ?ead the notes 'tikenh 'by him on the trial; "a'fter which WV. C( Wentworlh, Esq. rose on the part of the defendent, and delivered himself in substance as follows :- Ib" lieg leave to state to your. Honors, as a jirelude to the objections I shall raise for an arreAt of Jud.gm...

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PORT MACQUARIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 June 1829

?PO RT MACQUARIE. Extracts from a Journal kept at Port Mac a juarie by an Officer there of long standing, am Emi:rant ' Saturday,' 27th April. A?t4rew Hay len. prisoner of the Crown, boatswain ýf the working bout.liastings, brol'ght a par rot caSe on the 19th instant, made by 'Tho inas George, prisoner, for Mr. P*-e**** ; it S'as made of G .verument ,ire and wood. Maly 7. Oliver Wilks, prisoner, was, * hr.u h an informer. suddenly accused be 'ore the Magi trate for being short of brass.. In defance, the, man offered to produce the rays which he was accused lof purIoining., le was per~;itted to.fetch its On his re umu, he placed. before the worthy Justice a pair of brass spurs,.whiich tlie feltow had* 4 e audacity to allege, were '.m..do by the rder of the said Justice for his own use.' !l'he Justic.e said 4' go along about your hbu Wiithe you d---d rascal."' The spurs were ordered to be kept. in the King's magazibes,, ad there they are at this day. May 9. At nine o'clock in the even...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 June 1829

:Tt STORES B; .. ,1t l :aEsq. by t the' iidlersiged, inrted per.r? esource, Elizabeth, and Jane.,: g~+L _:_,oreign goods from ;Hamb?+ c ? ? , (dam direc. Goutd c. ,eeoe, one in a box._ - dari cho'e e` ditto. Smal iit:o, one dozen in a6h .caa : _ German linens Ditto c ,c ked linens '.it?it . linens 'German liquor cases, Foreign cutlery, and , variety of foreign beads, .lookig glasses Britist, Goods. Zombazeens V?elveteen, lombtazetts Corder 'girillts 7-8 rii . C ( Satteens 8· sro Dtt'o' Flannels . Sugar I-osiery Cutlery Mall muslins. " Brandy ! Biook ditto ,' Gin in cases. Jaconet ditto " Irish wh.iie , ambriJ ditto,? Umbrellas . Parasols, and. ! k nA great vartety of other Goods. JI ay I18,1s?. ,, J B. M. M ?& Co UST ' LANDED per the THOMAsON C(, and CAR1OLIN.E,.from London, and on Sale at tlhe Stores.of the undersigned,.a large investment of. Well :;selcted 'GOODS, con sisting of, - " Ta ''ylor's best double. brown stout in, bhds. and bo'ttles P.Iine )Denterara and Jawr.ajc...

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THE SYDNEY MONITOR. MONDAY, JUNE 15, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 June 1829

THE SYDNEY MI[.ONITOR. I I -- -- - _ MONDAY,. JUNE I5, 1829; In a long.article-onr? Exports" in the Syd ney Gazette of Thursday week, the Editor gives way to the erroneous notions of the very ignorant people of New South Wales, by deploring the amount of our importations; and by ascribing to their excess, part of our present calamities. An excessive iimporta tion of English and other'foreign goods, by promoting ruinous prices (ruinous w mean to the Importer] through an excessive com petition among Importers ti, sell, and so far deterring future importations, may be, by pos ibility, injurious to us at some very distant, day. But our importations have never yet arisen to such an excess as this. Nor does the Editor and the very ignorant people who advocate his doctrine, mean this, when th.y foolishly exclaim against imports as if they w;ere'the cause of our embasrrasments. Plenty of imports , by promoting cheapness of English clothes, tools, gear, and victuals and drink (spirits '&...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 June 1829

l'ROFESsOR OF lDAOC1NG, ,tTAS the honour to' announce to his , F~- Friends and the Public, that he will S".'e.'BALL,. by Subscription, on the 18th }fro?tmo, in commenmoration of that event fi~j day, the Battle of Waterloo. Those tiLadies and Gentlemen who may design to bontur Mr. 1. with their Company, are res. ectfully requested to send for T?ickets of Sr. D3. at Mr. S?pceR's,.91, George-street. It having .been intimated to Mr. BauNrTON, j:atbhat his labours would be acceptable at Par '".amhtta, he most respectfully ififorms the Ladies and Gentlemen of that Town, that bi will do himself the honour to wait upon them as soon as he can make the necessary ,arrantigements with Mr. NA en. ý;. WANTED A FEMALE ATI'ENDANT. LADY about to proceed for India, is desirous to engage a person in the iabuve capacity. Respectable references will fe required.--Apply to MRS. RICKARDS, Pitt Sreet, Sydney, May "5th, 1829. - WANTS . A SITUATION, YOUNG MAN of excellent character, who understands book-keep...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 June 1829

SALE BY AUCTION. 3B MR. BODENHAM, On Tuesday the 16th instant, at 11 o'clock precisely, rTHOSE two most eligible BUILDING ALA LLOTMENTS, close to George *street, in the very heart of.Sydney, opposite the Lumber Yard, and adjoining the Pro perty of Madame Rens and Mr. Montefiore, fftering perhaps, without any exception, one of the finest situations for a Merchant's Warehouse, of any piece of ground in Syd. aey, being close to the water, and such as in a few years no m',ney will purchase The Plan and Terms of sale may be seen at Mr. Bodenham's New Rooms, next the Custom House, who may be treated with for either of tlheee two capital Building Allot ments, by private bargain, the present Pro prietor only disposing of them on account of his leaving the Colony. FALLUABLE BROOD MAlRES, HORSES. ANi) OTHER :STOCK. BY MR. BODENHAM, On Wednesday the 17th instant, adjoining Mr. B. Levey's, Royal Hotel, George-street, M R. BOI)ENIIAM has the honor to an nounce to his numerous and distin guisbed ...

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(Morning Chronicle, Jan. 9, 1829.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 June 1829

S(Morning' Chronicle, JaM. 9, 1829.) We do not believe that the '1arl of Veru lamn or any other person bas ) et been defini tively appointed successor to The lMarquis of Anglesea. 'lhe trivial cirpumestance.of the Premier having spent a day lately at Gor hambury is, probably, the sole foundation for this positive announcement. An account received from Dublin yesterr day, on which we can place iniplicit reliance, st.ites, that the ,ensation excited by the recal of the Marquess of Anglesea is more univer. sal and-intense than has ever hitherto been known. Is it intended togive manifeotation of this feeling when the day of his del arturo .ohall have arrived, int a manner so oared, as to ef?eco the re?embrance of even the I'ing" a cmb rkatiou at Dunleary. H t i a remnarýable fet, that the anen most opposed to thaq opinions of the ?n'rquouro w?as h.own to pntertain, tale every opportunity of bearing testimony to : the a,?rable and honourablIe feel. inge which distinguished him as an indi...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 June 1829

MARRIED.-On Tuesday last by Special License, by the Rev. Richard Hill, Mr. Reuben Uther, to Miss Ann, daughter of Mr. L.   Iredale, Australian Ware-house, George   Street.   DEATH.-We are requested to announce the death of Louisa Wood, an orphan in   the Institution at Parramatta, grand daughter of the late William Sims, Esq- uire. Collector of Customs in London un- der the Patent of sixty years. The atten- tion of Mrs Ellis, the Matron, we under- stand, has excited the lively gratitude    of Mrs. Jane Sims, relict of the Collector.

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Market Prices from the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 15 June 1829

Wheat per bah £0 s11 d0                           Barley, do. . . .5s     Potato cwt.. 0 9s. 6p Turkey, do. .. G Butter, per lb.1s 10p. Hay . per ton £12         Eggs, per dos. £0 s2 d 11 Straw per load

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Market (Currency) Prices, from the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 June 1829

fArtk St .(Curpewy)" .Pric~eiy, ?one *A. yc .Iazegte. - i3 V *· * * - 'Whet peribh. 0 :11 0 Ducks 1 'Maize,do~..~. 0," ~9 Pý' Qlydw. #"ý0 `fper pir *..! 1atoek cam:::- ý: 94.'P :' nikfrp4ýo. ".. d 'Eg;'er dot . 'b· I v kiM - 1. -7gmt. .·:c~·::, No 81' Gerge 9t reeS S3d~iey N. e 'ý! 1 $1DLTEDD. PRINIED,. AND PCDL1S3R e . A YTRLR PROFIRIBOP, ý 'r JWAIW SJTL U

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 June 1829

I .4 " 4riiuaxs.--On ITfpiany. 'la t, :the 'Elizdr fe fromij' N Port Thalrymplc the 4th instanut, with a carttrgo ivweat, wool, and sundries: On :'ruesadaayi. H4 Md.; $'uccePa,.;Capt.. Jervice, from Madras 2d€Hpril,. ; Hobart :Town 4th ,inst.- -On. Phuisda'; the Inch rV,ý from' the South SeQ iskrntls 2d'·la,;.; `Pr 3 'c cii-nu , oil;' arrow-root, &c. Saturiday (to.7drly) `'t2±. d from Ireland, tvitli ninin prisoners. . :Departuircs.--Oh''Sutiday, p tlii C Cairol'`. r, fa ,ý : s 'erw whale fshery,, S mthe daljr t S ti: ,`I le, of Frmuce :3n .croady *the aoS 1O Bniral. "On Weied , the: Lor4: Zfsirpoe1·',flOt Newcastle. Ycsteraat he. Iibzrry f'nw :.~f"' plnece. :1?rn cE ted eparisB Darling, for IPort Dair ple-tihe' · ý&ara' cc c? ' for ther seal fi~slery-,-,,te ThonmpsofizRfrir Bhtýw'abG the TYagrea; o or the sperm fshery. O~ PzidRyb.:tb~ 4 Jaabeia, If4o forM otspem fsay.. On Wed.hne , bEb0 :Jaj'd Pacieg, for-'New -Zelaanu. zS4td ,Rehzncee, goz:.Calcaatai..r

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 June 1829

'?o. ib J.erSarna resagudng :t il h"atv :c L sea tindhimer ftle quarter, uheter co?o-? to rec ive it or not. Quarter days end , 30t1h Jes, 30th Sept temir nd3l1s or eeipetiv e:f. * * t" s et to h?ftof.ce must spe.fy on the. }o {them, 1he niber of times .they are to be ted, otherwise, they will be o e iusued nat eart Autio"o d to pay 'sorw?~ety, not e?It ,qttrement do acecount of the Proprie orejof' th e a. withou demanding a? arITED' reeeipt, 4ic y hAim in his oown properf haend writing. apeg prid on his accoun?t without tch ;'recetp will '~r . papbe h credit for, nor arhseswledg.d c ny to inf?b or out S-ubscait bes f is teuo an, d ..oviry, they mirst consider the esur)ery of their News ppors by us to tho Post-master loSydoey, as regard' uprf iends wup the country, and' tootr ews-carriers as regards our frienrds in TowQa a valid delivery to themi in law respectively; the same 'as if put intio their owurit hands. Subscribers who dd not receive their paper regulatily,al! a requested t...

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[We have received the following letter a long time, but have not had room for its insertion till now. ED.] Sydney, June 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 June 1829

we. App receiaved the folsowing leftpr .. long tiine badit hive ot had room for its.i rjn$ion till noa1. Ifý] ` `Sydne, June 1829. TO KAEbA, I shll tiu, to ur . tteho on. my friend.,the Editor of the Monitor, '~o publishedi 'ia the Gazette of the 7th ult. You .admit the utility of exposing public peculationo, but then you take care ~i~antcr .o enpose the.evil of writer & undoe? the.plea of accomplishing this dutyS injuring private character without just causnoe. Ad there you ouitile!y leive theo argument, To~t do not * Venture to accust my friend in direct. terms of lthe latter fault; but while you have idly advanced mere truisms, your intention was evidently fraudulent. You wished, 5Pppa, to impose upon osinpie men, by cAusing them to make ?n applicaclon 7 which yoe did not venture to make yourself 1 · You accuse tvy friend of violating the fre." ·sde privacy of Q.pose,.vwhbse public faults he ha's xposed; and as proof,' you thus interrogate; "? has he scrupled to prefer th...

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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 — 20 June 1829

)" .ANfl Va FOR TJlo EmSUINP WE1 Io "- j , High Water, 16 m. p..l morn.--35 mr. p. 11 1 High Water, 30m. p. 2 Morn.-55 m. p. 3 L2ast quarter of moon 2 m. p. -A 1 mores ci High Water,33-Tn. p. 3 Morn---5 M.. 4 Aft "ih Water, 35 m. p. 4morr.-8m. p.5 Aft c I Sun rises. 8 m .p. 7--sets 52 m. p.4 . [iDAY ....... ... 5070154. E. IShoWer S;tn A ........ 5072156 N.W. IFair S0NDAv ......:.... 50.70 54 Do. DoI Mo?oA .. ........ 5273t52.Do. Do. ' ISDA~ .. ....... .. .50 70 Do. Do. VDTinaseD& ...... 49 68 50 Do. Do. .asiar ....... 9 69152 Do. Do,

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NEWS BY THE ELEZA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 June 1829

W e 0t03 -. ka £() t3ntntze li C h aL3 a3C ý s s U O' 1€t4 :ý Z Erg ra d2 -at, - i$ ;i: r:'raý'C; It C. S irf * €' p ~ j 72 t CX2 Qa UflZ. mt'Y C Aj jI ~- I ;th7U~~x i:; 2312z ~~ ~.fz IIhi2r r o' g sn, ZvCCý'" € " 'z 9 " Yl JtLJ 2 17fy~C~! tn wx raar 0 t r '. rn-men rid ~ontr opp:.nzz~d rc:&mn 8 C:Ci¼.;rou~irub.,,h a ~ixigt: 3 h u-pc:txzQ, plrxty xurgci aA;±- ;c7kiil .. ýý-a€ c o 3gg;. uzrq o -.: z s o. {1z ' a r''. p.'_ ( ;: e gn It 1 2 rorw9. 'Th 6P hO i'ue f;'mak, mA t 3 z& czioz ; , 3 e%;t .1 GG- -~a~ rrJn ii o o.~in:.'!d~r ILflom shycfO i 4 ~ n&'ý.' bw fi the dz:2zz'c h ~ ricing~iC" ±nih~r 2V0'"'JZ 'A; cI ra tOUI I V t ;s d -jl fl- La n ýo. c.are o-dr e "tt '--I k. I ;i ri2C?' I ''V it iis cei tht ½ )Of" t1 - ' Goan ranch "rnuc L'a r "' ; foth Mct.i; "5 .11ts ~c, r·;~ ·t 9,

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THE COLOSSEUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 June 1829

T'rHE COLOSSEUM. 'This magnificent edifice, we are at lengtli' able to state in a .positive manner, will bey opened to the public, with all the wonders. it; contains, in little more than two months,- Wd have visited itrepeatedly sinceits foundation :wns'-laid, and have watched its progress witli the interest which its nature, and the fascinations of an enterprise, apparently be yond the powers of a single min1 to atchieve. were calculated to inspire, and therefore speak from the experience of our own sensea when we.say, that all the my steries of the place have.reached completion.- i he prose pectpsa will be ready. in a few duys; till then we do not consider ourselves at liberty tQ rep veal all'we know. We shall ouly say, tbhat in addition to the View of 'London, from a mimic St. 'Paul's, and all the splendours of art and curious machinery of the interidr,. an external siite of rooms, five hundred feet iu extent, and exceeding in decoration (so far ar they have proceeded). as in siz...

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THE COMET OF 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 June 1829

THE COMET OF 1832. THEnE is nothing like what is now termed sentw cation. The French delight in .any occurrence which may gently affect the feelings of joy'or sorrow. A public funeral, a marriage, a 'Giraffe: or Lord Cochrane.' John Bull has hardiei nervei, and is less sensible to milder impressions; he requires a stronger dose-the fall of the Bruns.. wick Theatre; Williamson, Thistlewood, Bell. ingham and Thurtell, can alone make -him feel properly; while the Germans are ever striving after the sublime, and nothing ever contents .them but the ' wreck of nations and the crash of worlds a' A blundering teutonic astronomer:dis . ,covered, recently, that the Comet which will b`.. seen in 1832, would come in contact with the earth; but, like a true German comforter,h he would persuade us, that the injury it would eausi our globe would not-be general. Part of Russia, Poland, Germany, and Constantinople, might go perhaps; or we might lose our East Iadia? pos.essiorns, and have to give up ...

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TIMES PRESENT AND TIMES PAST, OR GOVERNOR DARLING, versus GOVERNOR MACQUARIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 June 1829

TLME? PRRESEINT AND `'IMES. AT:. VAST ?. ! on GOVERNOR DARLING .. : tersuv' ' GOVERNOR IMACQUARIP,. . "A: man named Fletcher, a prisdner, of. t Crown for seven- years, presented himself at thb Police Ofikee, ont Friday last, and requested to. see a-,Magistrate. The eief Constable, sus pecting h1im to be a runaway, fook him in charge; and on being brought before the BIench, he at once confessed that he was so, and had come to the. office for the purpose of surrenderingf himself. Thee~anInatnution of the prisaticer was 'committed to writing. and was to the following: effect. About.two years'ago he arrived in the Colony, under sentence of transportation frou: England, for seven years. Two or ;tihree daus: after his trial, his ,wife committed some trifling? depredation for the express purpose of being sent out to this Colony after her husband, aini, Was also sentenced to a like term ,f tranmspor ta tion. Previous to the pri;oner leaving thie 5gaol in England, it was communicated to him,...

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THE SYDNEY MONITOR. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 20, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 20 June 1829

SATURDA&Y AFTIERNOON, JUNE 20, 1829. ,The Official Organ of Thursday. week, aublished what we'suppose he considered, a ;iumphant* refutation of our article on the Sbhject of the late Irish P6rk T-eder., We will now consider how;far bhuiikede~hi his refutation. There are one or- two points, ? owever,-which we. omitted to advert to in our article on this-subject. One was; the very short notice that had been given to the piublic for. the supply of so-large a tender as )0 tons of pork. Seventy tons of pork are' equal to twice thLe quantity of beef, in'ppint of value; and .compared with. the annual 'suqpplies of this, littte - Colony, seventy tons f rm a very large - proportion of the whole.. Seventy toans of pork are not a trifle in a 'shall community like thris- Had 15o tonBe of beef been ordered to be provided by the graziers of New Sduth Wales, in lieu of 70 tens of old rusty-toreign pork by. the mewr chants of Sydney, bullocks would have risen three or four dollars a head ; ...

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