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THE MONITOR. THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 22, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 22 November 1827

THE MONITOR. THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 22, 1827. In another part of our paper, (page 779, column 2,) will be found 'an extract from a pJritish Newspaper, called The Scotsman, which seems to be taken from the Third Report of the Australian Agricultural Company of. port Stephens. Mr. Howe has also published a kind of Third Report of this Corporation, which represents the Chairman (John Smith, Esq. M. P.) to begin his ad dress to the Proprietors iti the first person, but the se cond paragraph seems to depose Mr. Smith from the Chair; and who it 'is that then resumes the subject, whether a gentleman who attended the Meeting, or one who lives in this Colony, we cannot exactly tell. Although the short abstract of the Report made by the Scotsman newspaper, is only about a fifth as long as the Report or account given by Mr. Howe, yet inasmuch as items and money matters are mentioned in the Scoti onMwire gather a more correct view of the Company in, its most important aspects, than we do fr...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 22 November 1827

SON Fiiday, the 'PrincipallSupenriateudant of Police iaid" tkior"p thatuthe Governor.hacb considered Little tiePeites? case, and , tha'tHis: B.cllek y.. felt quite g?S? thitbin?: like a bteach, of, regulation.; wasaon tcm 1 `iteeIi slt;'wed h'le eprinted, ti~ sacing .alen darA. "Tre are -many ways of remuneratinga service; aj d. kin ess 'done, to a; defendant has--often a.good ect San~t}9. ougb.t. tq be ,done toward cleansing our ,trep.o? :t filth ap4a carasep of dead cats and dogs, as,the hyg.twea ex has now,, set in, and disease will fol l osgone~ eor. late the inhaling, .of 'suph, air as is con .st~plyimpre?nnt w4ti putrid efauvia. In some bye places,. the smell is In uppgrtabl," 'fi'd'e, water of: the . Tanks, anm theilth of. th? Streets, will surely produce s .n9e9pw.pe$ ,Ience.aa,.popIy t}n?.rea.es in: Sydney. " T other evening, as. some children .were playing at " the corner of -Pitt.Sireet,. a ferqcious dogseized one of t~em-tore his trowsers,.an4d lacerated: his thighvery '...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 22 November 1827

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.I SUPREME CRIMINAL COURT, Monday. William Rey. nolds, a Native of the Colony, was indicted, for that he on the 23rd, of August last, did steal one mare, and one filly, the property of Michael Power of Wilberforcce MICHAEL .POWER, sworn : resides at Wilberforce; about the' 22nrd. otr 23rd. of last August he lost a filly from a paddock, about two miles from his house. A neighbour reported his loss to him, upon which, 'depo nent immediately set off towards Sydney in pursuit of the thief; on the road called at the half-way house, be tween Parramatta and Windsor, kept by Gough, who informed him, that he had not a doubt but his filly would be found, and to this end, Gough accompanied deponent to within 2 miles of Sydney. When on the Orphan School Hill, fell in with Reynolds (the prisoner) riding in a direction for Parramatta, and accused him of having stolen the mare; prisoner denied it, but said that he knew where to find her. Deponent subse quently saw the filly at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 22 November 1827

In the Supreme. Court .of New South Wales. Ex-parte, JAMES C?i~s Creditor of. HENRv DAvis,, a Prisoner, in Custody of the SanarFa of New South Wales, on Mesne Process. T HE said Henry Davis and all bis-Creditors are hereby summoned to attend the Supreme Copurt on Satur day, the 24th Day of November Instant. (the said Court having been adjourned on Saturay last the 17th In stant,) to be examined before the said Court, touching the alleged Insolvency of the said IHenry.Davis, in con formity with a Rule of the Court this Day made in that behalf, dated this 1st Day of November, 1827. MOORE and KEITH, Solicitors for petitioning Creditor. Inr the Supreme Court of New South Wales Exparte PETER HILL RAPSEY, Creditor of ROBERT JAMES SUTHERLAND. THE said ROBERT JAMES SUTHERLAND, and all his   Creditors, are hereby summoned to attend the Su- preme Court, on Saturday, the 17th Day of November Instant, (the said Court having been adjournrd on Satur- day last the 17th Instant) to be ...

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Windsor, Nov. 27, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 November 1827

W'indsor, Nov. 27, 1827. MR. MosNTon, MANY a snug little bargain is picked up by the Poundkeepers up the Country,. who by their altor nies buy the cattle, sold in consequence of their not being claimed, according to the terms of noticet; thus gradually accumulating snug little herds. Considerable ingenuity is required in drawing up an adv rtisement for one of these honest subs. It must be sufficiently explicit to evade the charge of not having identified. the cattle sufficiently for the information of those, who may have lost any; while the most calamitous derel!c tion of profit awaits the careless Poundman, who un-. wittingly explains too much. There is always a middle course to be steered, between describing an animal that has not yet been lost, and another that for months has strayed in the bush, and very probably, during that time, should it happen to be *a cow or a mare, has had her calf or foal devou; ed by the Native Dogs. ' Exam:ne the papers minutely, and it will be seen, t...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 November 1827

WE are happy toa say, that the fears .entertained for the safety of Mr. Assistant Surveyor Florence, and his. party proved groundless ; as Mr. F. pitched his tent about 3 miles off on Tuesday eveiiing, seeing the weather was likely to prove rough. As soon as the swell caused by the violent South wind had subsided the expedition resumed its route. Tna Mary, proceeds on Tuesday for Moreton Bay, with prisoners from the Hulk. About eighty expirees arrived on Thursday from Port Macquarie, and were escorted by armed soldiers to the prisoners' barrack, in Hyde Park, in order to have their future destination determined upon. Those who were no longer Prisoners of the Crown, were (of course) allowed to go about their business, Tn: final hearing of Dr. Douglas's case, as regards Mr. Terry's sheep came on on Friday, when the comn plaint was dismissed, without one exculpatory evidence having been heard. It is to be understood however, that witnesses for the defence would have been examined if ne...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 November 1827

DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. IE I SUN rises 58 minutes after 4. High Water, 2.Morn.-28 min. past 2 Aft. a Sun sets 2 min. past 7. High Water, 59 past 2 Morn.-32 min. past 3 Aft. SI High Water, 5 min. past 4.Morn.-36 min. past 4 Aft. ' I Moon 11 days old. o High Water 15 min. past 5 Morn.-43 min. past 5 Aft. p M St. Andrew. SHigh Water 12 min. past 6 Morn.-46 min. past 6 Ev. H Equation of Time.-Sun on the meridian of Sydney, ' [ 11 min. 3 sec. before 12 mean time. Day 14 hours 4 min. long. SAdvent Sunday. r High Water 13 min. past 7 Morn.-42 min. past 7 Ev.. p I ~ High Water, 10 min. past 8 Morn.-36 min, past 8 Nt. •i I FullMoon 55 min. past 8 Morning. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN THIE MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPEC TIVELY. MONDAY ........ 70 82 72 Fine I'UESDAY ........ 62 64 58 Stormy and Rain WEDNESDAY...... 54 56 50 Do. TaURSDAY ...... 48 58 54 Do. FaRIDAY .......... 58 66 59 Cloudy SATURDAY 60 68 62 Do. SUNDAY .......

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LATEST NEWS BY THE JOHN. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 November 1827

LATEST- NEWSe BY THE TOBN. News by the Convict Transport John. This ,vesel arrived yesterday, from England direct. She left,theer ness the 22nd. of [July, and brings news to thert?6tk She brings no political news of importance.. Mr. Can ning was unwell. We have not heard whether therm are letters from Mr. G. Blaxlahd-none had, been r.d ceived by Mr. John Blaxland of George-street thiea morning. We glean the following scraps of intelli gence. Prices of N. S. Wales produce, from the London price current of July 24. Mimosa bark, £10 to £12; Hides, 51d to 8d; Oil. Southern, £30 to £ .s Sperm, &70; Head master £75; Seal skins, 6s to 18s y Kangaroo, Is to 2s; Wool, J. M'A 2s to 5s; Other sorts, lod to Is 9d; Blue Gum, 7s lOd to 8s 10d; Ce dar logs, 32d to 5d; planks 41d to 60. ;The following vessels are advertised in July to sail for these Colonies. To .sail-For V. D. Land and N. S. Wales--The Asia, Convict Transport 523 tons the 10th Augt.-The George Home, 447 tons the 1st. Augt....

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 November 1827

I, tbokilquence of "terling Money having nowo become the ridversal cha ge aiong the shop-keepers of Sydney, for all kinds of property, the Proprietor of this' Journal .will be under the necessity at the end of the presen Quarter, of adopting the same charge for his Journa and Advertise ments, as his Contemporaries; namely Sterling Money. id-m l · i Itea Il IH

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ENGLISH POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 November 1827

E NWGlzSHO POITICS. -R?tas or .Co?noni, JvNsr 19.-Ma. HuMa said, AMlt he would avail hiiaself of the present opportunity to eorrct what the Right Honourable Gentleman opposite (Mr. Wilmot Horton) had mis-stated to the House, res pecting Mr. Greig not having been banished by Lord Charles Somerset, when his Lordship had seized upon his types and suppressed his Paper. He (Mr. Hume) had declared Mr. Greig to have been banished, upon the authority of that Gentleman himself, and of his brother, as well as upon the authority of a Proclamation of Lord Somerset's which he (Mr. Hume) held in his hand. He thought it right that the House should not be led away by the mis-statement ot the Right H?onourable Gentlemen. He (Mr, Hume) had asserted the Governor's banishment of Mr. Greig, deserved the .serious attention of the House. The banishment had been contradicted by the Right Honourable Gentleman opposite. The facts were as follows :-Lord Charles Somerset had issued a Proclamation, dated the o1...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 November 1827

DOMESTIU INTELLIGENCE CONTINUED. PosiCE, TUESDAY, Nov. So.-The adjourned hearing s' f Wi'lim Sharpe, upon a charge of stealing a certain asheep, the property d6: :one Kirkby, a butcher, was broiught on :this day. The' circumstances developed upon yesterday's hearing, occasioned a more than ordi •nary attendance of spectators; among whom were dis tinguishable some highly respectable individuals. The facts elicited in' the couse of the proceedings, after a very rigid :examination, were as follow. About three months since,. Kirkby called on Sharpe, requesting him to witness an agreement for the purchase of certain cattle, and read to him a paper containing such agree waent, which Sharpe desired his servant, Charles Francis, to witness in his name. Some time after this, Kirkby Itquested Sharpe to' witness another paper, which he 'said, was an agreement with a person named Merritt, for the" lease of a house; and read a paper to bhm to 'that effect,' as if it had really been such agreemen...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold:— [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 November 1827

" SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold : New Wheat 6s 3t1,-Old do, 5.s. per Bushel.--Maize 6s. 6d, -BaLrley 4s 6d.-Oats norl~.--Fine Flour, *Js;' terllng per 100 lbs.-Secoid do. 13p--Bread 4d per 21b. Loaf.-, 1Btter (,alt) 2s. 6d.-Frech Ns. 9d.-EF' s 2- per doz. Colonial commnon Cheese is. 3d--Poirl i. fd. per coCiple. -Ducks'6s.-G-eese 7s.. Od. eg:h.-Tl'l'u ies 10.--Turnips 24d. per bunch.--Currots 2d -Onidri Bd.:per th.-l-Pota toes (colonial) 26s. per cwt.-Bruised De'ivent do 128. Beef per lb. by the quartei 4jd by: the Joint 7d.-Nklutlto -Pork .8d.-Vc~1 9d.-r-Cows. fri m '£4. to £7: aebrduin to size ,and quality. Englishk large u:ich CoWS," in god condition 9. to£O. - 1 ., +. ,, '.; '

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Philip Street, Nov. 23, 1827. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 November 1827

Philip Street, Nov. 23, 1827, To THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOn. SIR. A letter in last «Wednesday's Gazette, signed, H. Ful ton, appears t, me deserving of an answer. And as you seem to have passed i, over, allow meto say a few words. Tu? book called the Bible, and which is said to be the word of God, ought not to be received on the authority of any man, or any set of men. A book that relates to men and the things of this world, may be received on human testimony ; but a book relating to God, and his will, and the eternal state of men after death, ought not to be received on the testimony of mere men, seeing the his tory of men, religious as well as prophane, is merely the history of fraud, cruelty, and superstition; and in this respect, it is hard to judge which is the worst ac count-the history oif the 'Heathen, or of those who call themselves Christians. TuE word of God, if it be such, will, by its wisdom and holiness, carry prooF, to the candid and humble en quirer, of its own authen...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 26, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 November 1827

THE MONTITOR. MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 26, 1827. THE Charters granted the Colony from time to time fqr its improvement, have in some instances done harm, and induced proceedings which have made things more expensive and inconvenient than they were before. This is exemplified in regard to the mode of recovering small debts, as instituted by the Charter. Before that Charter of Justice was enforced, under whose operation the Colony was favoured with the labours of those two very popular and much-esteemed Judges, Messrs. Wylde and Field, (the Pedders of their day). all suits under £3 or £5. (we forget which,) were determined by the Magistrates of Sydney, and of the Towns and Districtsthroughout the Country i and as it is not con sidered under the present Charter needful, that our present £10. Court should be under the superintendence of a Lawyer, we shall not incur much risk we suppcse if we allege, that such causes in ancient times were nearly as well tried, and verdicts as equitable a...

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LONDON NEWSPAPER CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 November 1827

I LONDON NEWSPAPER CHAT. Taeuse PoLcRE.--An intelligent looking clad Hi berbian, who said-his name was Edmund O'Halloran, and that he was a Schoolmaster, came to request the advice of the Magistrate under peculiar circumnstances. le said, that some months since, he and Norab his wife, arrived in London from Ireland, and took lodgings in-tlie house of a black man, named Wiggins, at Wap ping, where he carried. on the business of a barber. At the end of some months, Norah proved to be preg nant, and'as the time of her accouchment approached, she began to lose her appetite; and one day she ex preja.d the greatest possible fancy for black potatoes. He (O'Halloran) therefore wentarnong the Irish ship ping, and procured a few black potatoes, which after -?urab had partaken of, she appeared much more cheerful and shortly after became the mother of a black child; and when he asked Norah the cause, she and Wiggins said, it was in consequence of her having eaten the black potatoes ! If that we...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 November 1827

CHANTER. T HIS celebrated Chesnut Coach Horse, who, for size, . symmetry, and strength, stands unrivalled in the Co lony, will stand' this Season at the places and on the days specified belo'w-Viz. At Mr. Deane's, Western Road, on Mondays. Mr. James Underwood's Half-way House, Tuesdays. SMr. J. Smiths Cross Keys Parramatta and Mr. Hugh Kelly's, Windsor Road, Wednesdays. Mr. D. Smallwood's, Pitt Town,' Thursdays. Mr. John Town's Richmond, Fridays. Mr. John Harris, Nepean, Saturdays. Terms-Ten Dollars each Mare, and one Dollar to -the Groom. YOUNG' HECTOR. T HIS celebrated Horse will stand during the Season at the undermentioned' places : viz. Mr. John Patrick's, Campbell Town. Mr. Thomas Colloghan's, tiverp?ool. Mr. Samuel Blackman's, Cobhertyy. Mr. Matthew Highland's, Prospect. Mr. Callag'han's, Appin. Young.lec tpr .yas .ftrmerly .he property of Mr. Sa muel Blackman, bnt now belongs to Mr. Colloghan. Hie was got by that well-known -Blood Horse Hector out of a thorough bred Blood Ma...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 November 1827

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COUnRT, 'rUESDAY.---Andrew Dunn and Thomas Shanaghan were indicted for stealing ten head. of horned cattle, the property of Mr. J. J. 'Moore, of Bringelly. The prisoners were found guilty. The chief evidence was Power, the notorious informer., Power it seems went to fetch some cattle from Bathurst to Bringelly by direction of the Prosecutor. He stole ten head, being aided and assisted therein by the two prisoners. All this Power swore to ; and his, eviden·e being corroborated by circumstances, nothing remained for the Jury but to find a verdict against the accuscd. WEDNESDAY.-Joseph NIest was indicted for stealing a bullock, the property of Mr. S. 0. HIassall at. Bathur ,and Thomas West for receiving the same. The chief evidence in this case also n as Power. Hisi evi dence was supported by one John Smith. We shall not go through the details of the evidence. 'lhe two Wests it seems got Mr. llIassal's cattle into a yard, shot, skin ned, and appropriated ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 November 1827

CARVING, GILDING, LOOKING GLASS, AND PICTURE FRAME MANUFACTORY. J WEBSTER most respectfully and sincerely thanks " his Friends, and the Public in General, for the liberal encouragement he has hitherto met with, and begs to inform them, that he has removed to No. 91, Castlereagh Street, where he carries on the above Branches of Business, in the most elegant and fashion able style. N. B. Regilding and Bronzing. SSITTING AND SLEEPING ROOM, with or without Board, may be had at G. Hazard's Board and Lodging House, north end of George street, Syd ney. Also one vacancy for a single Gentleman. Nov. 23nd, 1827. IMPOUNDED, at Kissing Point, a LIGHT BRIN DLED COW, no Brand, and appears to have lately calved. The Owner may have her, on paying the ex penses; but, if not claimed in 21 days, she will be sold to defray the same. J. SMALL, Jun. Poundkeeper. Nov. 20, 18?2. lIMPOUNDED, at Castlereagh, a Chesnut HIORSE, 1 ared, branded on the near hip IL, bald face, mane and tail of a dun coulour, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 November 1827

STOLEN from the Neighbourhood of Richmond on .Thursday Evening last, a" Sorel Mare, heavy in Foal, and within about three weeks of Foaling, lame in the off fore sboulder, branded on the off side under the mane S T. Whoever will bring the, said;Mare to James 'l'immons of Richmond, will receive a Reward of Twelve Dollars, and any person possessing the said Mare after this Notice, will be prosecuted. Richmond, Nov. 19th, 1827. CAU I ION. TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that all persons tresspassing on the land of J. S. Spearing, situated at the Illawarra, (containing four thousand acres) will be prosecuted, and all Cattle found depasturing will be impounded after this notice. To let, several small Farms on clearing lease. None need apply that cannot give 'satisfactory reference. Pauls:,rove, Illawarra, 1 October, 23rd, 1827. . VALUABLE ESTATE FOR SALE. 75TO be sold by Private Contract, an Estate, with improvements, consisting of 470 Acres ; situated at Penrith, in the District of Evan. Boundar...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 November 1827

Arrlvals. On Friday last the Ship Frederick Captain Legges. She left Rotterdam 5th. of July, Portsmouth 11th July, and Rio de Janerio 13th September. She brings 222 sheep, 7 horses, and stores for the Australian Agricultural company. Passengers, 4 in the cabin and 25 in the steerage. Also the Orelia from Hobart Towr, with 500 sheep and sundries. Major Sweetman and famliy, Dr. Hartnell, Messrs. Slade, Smith, Davies, Allpress, Flanni gan. &c. &c. On Sunday from London and Sheerness 22nd. July, Ship John, Catptain Moncrief, with 180 male prisoners. Lieut. Stopford com mands the guard, which consists of a detachment of the 40th. Three prisoners and 1 seaman died on the passage, of the Typhus fever, and the Surgeon Supt. Dr. Mackerroney, R. N. was drowned on the 16th. ult. Passengers, J. W. Gosling, Esquire, Rev E. Smith, Lady, and child. &c. &c. The Cutter, Currency Lass, Captain Young, from Port Dalrymple, with Wool, &c. She left on Wednesday nig...

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