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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 November 1827

: pO b disponedt'h, the.following goods, on Commies -~nftlemndeI"s'town-made dress -coats, waiest ipats, drea OierJ t', s?tEut oas, .sooting jackets, ; rmblete-loaks, green and blue. baize, -blankets, coun -terpanes, green' and blue table covers, black worsted Sstockings,. children's worsted and cotton socks, crape 'beading; crape' pulffing, wadding,? bobbin, skein and Teel wire, pearl buttons;, silk*'- ctton and worsted stay laces, ilk b"oot" and -hoe laces, "tay lini'ding,' tilors -twist,' sewing'silk of colours, ladies' stays, ladies' and gentlemens' gloves, wax dolls, English and Italian ges,. coloured rhonies,- pens.and pencils, patent.brass s, iron spoons, cop~per.. fpýing moulds, tea and. *iiFer trays, japanned lamps,~carving knives and forks, pen lkiilves, razors, sailors' knives, scissars, elegant brass fire irons, stock locks, toasting forks, and CRICKET BALLS, a few pzlindai f...FiLBERTS in high preser-' Mation. I N. '. A few LINKTS. and GOLDFINCHES. Also a handsome DOUBL...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MONITOR. THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 8, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 November 1827

THE MONITOR.   THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 8, 1827.   We now resume the consideration of the pro-   ceedings of the Committee of our Chamber of Commerce. Four Stars, goes on with his communications   to the public as follows:- "THE Act of Parliament, allowed of 4s. per lb. duty on foreign tobacco, which rate was duly announced by Procla- mation in the early part of Sir Thomes Brisbane's govern- ment; but as it was imposed immediately after the arrival of a very large cargo of tobacco from Rio, and when the whole Town and Colony were well supplied, in contemplation of the high duty, and as no efforts were made by the then government for the due collecting the duties which they levied, this duty, like the duty on spirits, was suddenly reduced 30 to one-fourth; viz. from 4s. per lb. to 1s., and of course knocked on the head all the speculations of those industrious settlers up the Country, who, by reason of the encouragement which a du...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 November 1827

To TIHE 'EmTOR OF THIE MONITOR. Sit, . It is a general complaint among the" poorer inhabi tants of Sydney, that letters generally lay at -the Post office months' before they get them. I do not say this ouat df any ill-feeling to the Post Master, who is a kind hearted`man, and very much esteemed, but is it likely he can keep in his head the different" letters he receives and make answers from memory ? Surely there ought to be a printed list containing the amount of unreclaimed letters. I had a letter lying at the Post-oftice for,6 months,' although I generally called 3 or 4 times .a week. This ought to be remedied. Your Obedient Servant, - YERITA (. Wg hardly, know. whether to \insert 'this letter- br not. We .receive every satisfaction 'ourselves' ih 'ar letters, which are niumerous, and we conceive tllat;what Veritas considers a general fault in the Post-office. d p:.rtment; is ouly foupd:in sipgular instauoev,. wlich. the . best arragements cannot always prevent. ED.)

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR, 5th November. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 November 1827

S..o T.Eilia ot Trk MxtNImO, S. .1 -tih Novembr. Wir~ regard to the subject of my ;last'etter, :I-am accused of being interested, as. a Catholic, ingiing a -false coloring to cases wherein the interests of, my reli gion appear to be concerned. The same writers also charge the Catholic Clergy with adopting undue -means to make Converts to Catholicism ;--charges' as unfair as they are unsupported by a solitary fact. With regard to myself, I have no hesitation in saying,l that if my nearest relative had a case at issue before one of the Courts, I would not wilfully create or suppress a fact. that could alter the features of it ;--soon ur than do so, I would leave it unnoticed, not being compelled in the one case, while in the other I am bound by the all 'the dictates of honour and justice ; and as a proof. of the confidence which I feel in the correctness of my report * of 18th Ultimo, I challenge any one to adduce in 'it a single abereration from the strictest truth. I would for the C...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR, Newcastle, 5th Nov. 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 November 1827

TO THE EDITOR OF THE 'MONiTOt, i; SNewcustlQ, 6th•:Nov. 1827. SIR, . IT is, a fixed postulate with' rome, that a's' we rave olbtained peaceable unresisting possession of this Island ,from the simple Aborigines; any treatrien't'.we. may think proper to adopt in their regard is to be jnstified. Previously to the settlement of New South Wales by the-English, every tribe had a tract of territory' allotted to' iem-, which was subdivided into separate shares, c'r responding to the number of families of which the elen consisted; and the old Aboriginal natives will even now point out the farms that they severally . occupied in their halcyon days. bf unmolested freedom,. when " white' fellow,' withl his dogs and guns did not imolIst their game aud drive away their Kangaroo ; when with out'fear of being shot at, they might merrily climib:the biggest gum' trees on their estates, singing.e--b'rr4' burrah-c ah.ah--and hip the hollow spout,;' for its furry tenant. , But now alas, how changed the ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 November 1827

Arrivals.-On 'Thurday the Eliza, from Cork, 19th "Jnly, with male Prisoners. Surgeon Superintendatit Dr: Rutherford R. N. On Friday the Cutter; Lambion, and the Ship Waterloo, from Port Stevens,.. On Satur day the Emma Kemp, Messrs. Kemp and Brown, ownets ; from V. D: Land, to which place she: is regu lar trader. Departures..-Yesterday the Rolla, for England with a full cargo of Colonial produce. Projected Departures.- Ship Elizabeth, on Tupesday, for Lonidon direct, with Colonial produce. The Layton, for Sincapore 15th Inst. Albion, for London direct, ,at an early day. Medway for England via Hobart Toww REMAIN IN HARBOUR toith H. M. 8. Pandora- E£lraabetk, Champion, A?fred, Cambridge, Mfedway, Prince Regent, Elizdbeth, Waterloo, and Ephemina. BARQUE Lyn.x. BRIGs Fame, Wellng.. ton Amity, and Lord Rodney. SCHooNERS Darling, Hetty, Bris.. base, Henry. and Prince of Denmark. Cirrwand ( CUrre" Lats, Emma Kemp, Lambton, Caroline, Sieedwell, and Itevenue CWter Dart. Sspor Northumberland,...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 12, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 November 1827

TIE MWONITOR. AMO DAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 12, 1827. '; TTui news by the Eliza is oply important to the Co lony in two respects. It settles the question of the new Act of Parliament for the Colony, and confirms us in the pleasing assurance that the new Ministry will stand. What the new Bill is, we cannot tell; but as the papers mention that amendments. had been made in it; we feel satisfied, it is not exactly the ;same as the old one. Still however, we think, from the way in which it has been passed, Ministers would not feel very much disin clined to frame a new one next Session, if the Colonists on their part do but shew a becoming zeal in pursuing their claims for Trial by Jury and a House of Assembly. Indeed we have'a strong presentiment, that the " amend. ments" may include. Trial by Jury. But though this would be a great object gained-a very great object- particularly as it will form a great.restraint upon our iCuncil-(for it is of no use making odious Acts 'lhich the people by th...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 November 1827

S DIARY. " `:ME MORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. ?. SUN rises 7 minutes after 5. High Water,'30 min. past 2 Morn.-6 midn. past 3 Aft. Sun sets 54 min. past 6. ?, High.Water, 33 min. past 3 Morn.-5 min. past, 4 Aft. High Water, 36 min. past 4 Morn.-8 min. past 5 Aft. E.' ": Day. 13 hours 50 min. long. High Water 40 min. past 5 Morn.--14 min. past 6 Ev. Moon 27 days old. High Water 46 min. past 6 Morn.-20 min. past 6 Ev. Equation of Time.-Sun on the meridian of Sydney, 15 min. - sec. before 12 mean time. G 23rd. Sunday after Trinity. .I. I High Water 41 min. past 7 Morn.-8 atNight. a High Water, 30 min. past 8 Morn.-54 min. past 8 Nt. { New Moon 24 min. past 1 Afternoon. VArIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT ? iN THE ,MQORNINo, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPEC TIvELY. MoaAY ........ 70 76 68 Slight Showers. TUESDY ........ 58 64 59 [ Cold with do. WEDNEqLAY...... 54 68 64 Windy. THURSDAY ...... 60 72 66 Fair. PRlDAY .... ; ...... 641 76 70 Ditto SATU?DAY ......

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 November 1827

CHANTER. SHIS celebrated Chesnut Coach Horse, who, for size, syminetry, and strength; stands unrivalled inthe Coa lony, will stand this Season at the places and on the days specified below-Viz. At Mr. Deane's, Western Road, on Mondays. Mir. James Underwood's Half-way House, Tuesdays. Mr. J. Smiths Cross Keys PVarramatta. and :Mr. Hugh 'Kelly's, Windsor Road, Wednesdays. Mr. D. Smallwood's, Pitt Town, Thursdays., 'Mr.. Jbhn Town's :Richmond, Fridays. Mr. John Harris, Nepean, Saturdays. Terms---Tein Dollars each Mare, and one Dollar to the Groom. YOUNG 'HECTOR. HIS 'celebrated'Horse will stand during the Sgasop at the undermentioned places : 91. " . Mr,. Jop. Patrick's, Campbell. Town.. Mr. Thomas Colloghan's, Iiverpgiobl,' Mr. Samuel Blackman's, Cobherty. Mr. Matthew Highland's, Prospect, . Mr, Callaghan's, Appin. Young Hector was formerly the property 'of Mr. Sa muel Blackman, bnt now belongs to Mr. Colloghan. He was got by that well-known Blood Horse Hector out of a thorough 'bred ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 November 1827

To THE EDITOR OF TIlE MOVJITOR. MR. EDITOR, .I am not a little concerned on reading ., p rh~ graph in the Gazette, of the end instant, that " Josh Hudson had arrived, and was to be backed against the Colonial, Champion, Kable for 0200." Now, 'Sir, I think it cruel to insert any such paragraph, as it intends to create a jealous indignation between two men who have never perhaps seen each other, and arousing the mind of this young man, Kable; who has, ever since his last fight with Glew, devoted himself inidefatigably to his farm, and left' off, as was publicly advertised, this most disgraceful of practices. Your's, &c. A true Friend of Kable.

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ENGLISH NEWS BY THE ELIZA. (CONTINUED.) The following is the Debate which took place in the House of Commons on the 22nd, of June, when Mr. Canning proposed his new Substitution-Corn-Bill, and when severe remarks were made on the conduct of the Duke of Wellington. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 November 1827

.... (CONTINUED.) L rhefellosriMg is uhe rbase s*ick. oon pl4Cce., in the House Sof Co*ationio ºw the 2end. of June,. when St. Canning ro'fed ris neid SksthUtitd iC6m.BW, and iwhen seve remarks were on 'ie n4cit of the Duke of Wellington.1 ':ouse or Comrans. June? 22nd.-Sir J. Newport observed;, 'that a esult haied been'tprodueed, which was calculated to-excite feelings of exasperation throughout b~e country. (Hear, hear.) Those persons only were torbe blamed, who had carried into the.discussion of' a quiestion connected with the supply of the principal articde of food of the whole population, the principle of hostijit~ derived from other sources; for no man living could lay bhis bhand on his breast and. say--knowing .the events which had recently taken place-that party feel ings did not enter' into the proceedings adopted in ano; ther place. (Hear, hear.) . - , SmI E. Snatchball 'was quite surprised at the strain of almost personal abuse, in which;the Honourable Baro net had indulg...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 November 1827

On Friday evening last, as Mr. M'Guigan was pro- ceeding with two men (his servants) towards his farm on the Liverpool Road, they were stopped by one of the patrol, and notwithstanding every explanation was   afforded, were reconducted to Sydney, to the very great annoyance and injury of the master, whose presence upon a most particular occasion was. required that night upon his farm. Mr. M'Guigan has informed us that the soldier snapped a pistol twice at him. Supreme Court, Saturday. James Harri, asaigned servant to Thomas Street, on a charge of assaulting. n Excise Officer, was brought up on the-motion of Mr. Rowe for bail. His situation as a prisoner of the Crown prevented the Court ffrip allowing him to bail formally, but he was returned to the service of his mas ter, who must.produce him when called upon. A person named Pickering, was fined-on Saturday in the full penalty of £25 for illegally retailing 'spirits, The snare for entrapping Pickering was laid by Chap m...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. TURF CLUB DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 November 1827

SDOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. TURF CLUB DINNER. AT an early hour cn Friday evening, Mr. Cummins's Hotel became the arena for discussing a most important subject in the eyes of every Enrglishnman, viz. a good din ner. A numerous assemblage of naval, military, civil, and law officers, with many private gentlemen, bore a r spirited prrt in the said discussion. WV. C. Wentworth Esq. was unanimously requested to accept the chair; and a more competent chairman could not have been selected. Among the guests were Colonel;Shadford, who, with the politeness for which he has already diir tinguished himself, brought the fine band of his regi. ment to promote the hilarity of the evening. 1 he cloth being removed, and some bottles of Champagne having gone the way of all the earth,the.followmng toasts were given with three times three throughout: The King-Air-" God save the King." The Lord High Admiral-" Rule Britannia." The Army-" George the Fourth's grand March." The Chairman then rose to propose a to...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 November 1827

SYDNEY MARKET'S.': L Average price on quantity sold,,-Wheat 5. per Bushel...-. Maize 6s.-Barley 6s:.-Oats 4.:6d.-Fine Flour, 14sa8d. sterling per 100 lbs...-Second do. ls,-e-Bread 4d. per 21b. Loaf.-Baitter (salt) 2s. "6d --Fresh 3s.--Eg~ s Is. Gd. per doz.-Colonial compon Cheese Is. 3d.--Fowls 4s. 6d. per couple.-Ducks 6s.-Geese 6s. 6. each.--Tur. kies doue.-Turnips 2jd. per bunch.--Carrots 2jd --Po tutoes 16s. per cwt.-Beef per lb. by the Quarter 4d ---by the Joint 6d.-Mutton 7d.-Pork 8d.--,Veal 84.r-Cows from '£4. 'so £8. according to size and q 9aliy.--English, bred large mnilch Cows, in goad condition £9. to £12.J, MERCHANDIZE. . SHvson Tea, £12. per Chest of 64 lbs.-Common Green Tea £5. very superior £7. 10s--Sugar Isle of France :-d.- Tobacco per Basket 3s. 6d.--Negrohead 4s.--English -Sop per box 6d.-Brandy (veyv scarce) 25s.--Rum (per ,?0 . Ions) £18.--Gin 20s --White wine per cask 3s. 6G. o #e, per Gallon -Red insaleable?6s. 4d,

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NEWS BY THE ELIZA. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 November 1827

"(.`'',gi ' -w'ith .GaviieS. etCork," tj eij :' * e" taf theird jpe rs a':p to .thle. 1st.. We ex "'` d&e'#d?lb i'cmti~t ing' thednmot interesting tiewq, tigh. wq i fess th?? Is i bthing .to excitd deep attentJI . Canning' a'ti'd' f~ lids were very sdrattLord WelingtQnand theLords for defeatii their e?t?Billl hattibtibg his Grace's mnaneuivre,by which the A wias dot rid of' to trickery.. "A hilf- dr rather a guarter measure iwas lhastily go'up as a kind of tem., porary" gubstitute, and' passed'both Houses. Our Read. ers Will "spee, that the new "ew South 'Wales Act re ceeved the.Roytl .assent on the 24th June. We shall . dcc&iiks'its ?i?rits in' another place. The Parliament was expected .to be prorogued the 2nd July ; but theth~r' by the Ring in tirs5vn was 'nt settled. The ountry was grduly i emerging from distress. Trade -was reviv?'lg'aiittle; 'and the poor beigan to have rather Sto at" tiari they had had for the. last4year. ioiig y ' ras " iceedingly l pleen'tif...

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Half-way House, Parramatta Road. DEAR MR. HEADEATER OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 November 1827

Half-way House, Parramatta Road. DEAR MR. 'HEADEAIE.R OF THHE' MONITOR . SIR, , I AM so scrouged Uip inside. this there Coach, that to write is impossible, while my wexation is such as to render it equally impracticable. to let it alone.. Iawail inyself of an importunity while Coachee is' changing horses, to beg of you, as you love a :Subscriber and walue his custom; which you will surely. lose if I am smothered,,to speak to-theG ;overnor to prevent these here coach-fellows from stuffing 6 poor misfortunate passengers into a place .carcely big enough to hold a lady, her waiting-maid, monkey and band-box. Only consider, here is a huge porpfish of a fellow of a law yer's clerk ; myself, who am a butcher, and thanks to my industry as weighty a man as you needs, to look at with two-eyes; a methodist parson; a drunken sailor, who it seems is going on a cruise to Parramatta ; and two urchints as are wenting their malicious tricks upon the done-up lagger. Then there is over head about 23 r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 November 1827

N s ALE AT , iJOHt PhUti'S INEW WAIE. OUSEJ" O George Street, the following Merchandize ; .viz. BLACK AND DRAB HATS of the most superior quality, and of the latest Bond Street fashion.: Also per Alacrity, an excellent assortment of Shoes and Boots: vizs: WELLINGTON BOOTS. LADIE S SHOES. CHILDREN'S Ditto. ' O MERCHANTS AND TRADERS, N OW landing, from on board, the BoNA VISTA, a Cargo of choice Cape Wines, Butter, Raisins, Almonds, &c. &c.; all of a very superior quality. Samples may b. seen, on application to Captain 'towns, on board the vessel, at the King's' Wharf; or to Mr. John Payne, or Mr. Barnet Levey, George Street. N. B. Due allowance will be made to such as re move their purchases directly from the Wharf. Sydney, Nev. 6th, 1827. Tob our Friends and the Public. T HE Directors of the Bank of New South Wales have advertised a Resolution, passed unanimously at the Board held on the 6:h. instant; " that the Bank ,' do not in future discount for any person or firm...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. Pitt Street, November 10, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 November 1827

TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. Pitt Street, November 10, 1827. SIR, I perceive The Australian casts an indirect censure on the Registrar of the Court of Requests, for issuing a summons after the time apparently prescribed by the rules. As a friend to Mr. Earle, who I think is not well treated by Mr. Loane, I beg to say, that the ten days are given by the Rules, not for the benefit of the Defendant, but for that of the Registrar, in order that the latter may have time to serve the sum- mons's. All a Defendant can demand is, three days, merely to enable him to put in his set-off, and to gather together his witnesses. But I think I recollect once, when a Defendant appeared before the Court, and al- leged he had only two days, allowed him to appear, that Judge Stephens over-ruled the objection, because the Plaintiff allowed him to plead his set-off; and this being the only motive for his being allowed by the rule three days, the Defendant was compelled to go to trial ; it happened he did...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 November 1827

,I- - + - - ft-? 8 LAthEREAGH STREET.- ...... ' P . be dis?psed of, the following goods, on Commis .L s ioon, tlemen's town-made dress coatsi, waist. coats, dress trowsers, surtout` coats, shooting jackets, camablet 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 ieel'wire,- pearl.buttons, silk, cottdn,- 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 Rages,.: coloured rhones, pens and pencils, patent brass cocks, Iron spoons, copper pudding moulds, tea and qnuffer trays, japanned lamps, carving knives and forks, pen 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 few LI...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 15 November 1827

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. MR. MONITOR, I aim going to address you on a subject which I suspect will not produce on your seriously disposed mind, all that liberal effect which I desire. Neverthe less, difficult as the task is which I have to perform, I shall make the attempt. My subject is A Theatre. I perceive an Advertisement calls for another Meeting of the friends of the Drama; and before that Meeting assembles, I with to advocate the cause, on account of which it is to take place. Mn. MoNIToR, you are, you say, a professor of religion. On this very account you ought to advocate a Theatre in such a Colony as this. But I suppose you will advocate just the reverse' of this sentiment. I will therefore give you two or three reasons why you should think on this subject as I do. You would not I presume, refuse to go to a feast because feasts are a means of inducing, gluttony and drunkenness ? You would not discard wine and grog, because 'if fermented liquors were all foregone, men would n...

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