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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 28 January 1828

S SALES BY AUCTION. Elegat er Household Furniture, Plate,. Cut$ igW4 Booka, Celebrate'd Wines, an'd:&ofter, t*uabkl, `4l?c 4,• . BY M1R. BODENHAM' . Q g &j,4pso. e,' by Brder! of the. PItp 66e? tor, JAhn lMackaness, 'sq, late figh Sheri z . t?ie Colony, proceeigpioto 'Egland;, ois 'Wednesdayy, the 30th Instant, at 11 o'Clock. M R. BODENHAM has the honour to annqunce .to the Eublic, that he is iristructed; to bffersfbr.Public -Auction; the whole of the elegtnt modern Furniture- of ,the above. Gentleman, .c?mprilng fiunpast beadsteads, acelle~t kglddi~p ,and .h a .be reqpi~ites, sofas, ehests gt, wrahOgapy drawers, wlrdrobess,, setsof dinipg, )bo, card, and pembroke, tpible cabicet. 'pianoforte,. Jmltio gany and cane-bottomef c l*irs, time, pieces, p~Aa, china, and cut glass, table-lineb napkina, kitohen uai4 garden utensils, cu'riosities, i?4 c hcice. cglle,tioD. o. wines, &c. Purchasers above £20 Sterling,: apprqved: xjU at two months, will be take -.;: ' ,tI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 28 January 1828

1OUNDED at Chipping, in the'District of Brin gI g?ly; a black Bull, about iS months old, back and elly whbite ; no -brand. Likewise, a Brindle Heifer, witl b8ack and belly -White; no brand. Ift the said le are not redeemed in twenty-one days from tnedate letribfthey will be sold to defray expences. M ICHAEL M'MAAHON, Pound-keeper. January 23, 1828. WVANTED. UT Arrived per the Nimrod, and on SALE, at qMr. SpRacn's No. 13, York-street, and Mr. SLADE'S No. S'i George-Street, Sydney. Five trunks of ladies' and children's shoes assorted. A quantity of green crape and gauze Ladies' black and white silk gloves Black worsted stockings A quantity of striped cotton shirts, per bale or dozen, very cheap; with. a general Assortment of other Goods. ': Bank of New Soutk Wales, 22d January, 1828. OTICE.--The Board of Directors assembled this SDay, has declared the Dividend for the half-year, earing the 31st December last, to be lix iPounds for each sbareof One Hundred Pounds, and so in Proportion ...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 28 January 1828

DOMESTIC INITELLIGELNCE CONTIANUED. Tue crew of the Woodlark having taken aefvter, she put into Rio. This accounts for her long voyage. Many of the crew died at St. Jago. SWa are happy to hear the Svracen is off to Valparaiso imniediaitely, for a cargo of wheat. This grain will in three months time, be a guinea a bushel. Not a bitshel is coming from Van Diem;In's Land. South American wheat will pay all those well who choose to gq f3r it without delay. It is a pity any vessels should 'have gone awaiv lately in ballast. THE brig Elizabeth, after four months absence, brings   -150 seal skins, 20 tons of New Zealand flax, and 10 tons of pork. Two chiefs, a female, and four children, natives of New Zealand, favour us with a visit by this vessel. ' 'l'n Tu ladies of New South Wales" (says a Corres pondent) " will not feel obliged to the' Collector of Cus tomq for his new plan of compelling all foreign-made scented waters to pay. duty. What a shocking price Eau de Cologne, 8&a...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 28 January 1828

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. IT is rumoured, that the -settlement at Western Port is about to be abandond. Commanders in these seas regret the circumstance. For our part, we see no be- nefit arising from dividing the population of New South Wales, except this; the keeping the French away from New Holland. But the French could never do us in New South Wales any harm by settling on the wes- tern side of the Island. The space between them and us, would exclude all idea of hostilities. We certainly do not want them on the coast of New South Wales, as we might then half a centutry hence begin to quarrel. WE are gladto see the Darling Mills are likely to fulfil their original :destination by an accession of Pro- prietors. T'he erection of such.building merits public support in all points of view. We are.happy to hear that Mr.Mackanzie's plea-         ant cottage in Hyde Park, is to own for its tenan Mr. Butler. The health of Mrs. B. (which we ...

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Hobart Town, Jan. 19th, 1828. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 31 January 1828

Hobart Town, Jan. 19th, 1828. To THE. EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. MY [DEAR SIR, NVrEN you think of raising a subscription for the purpose of prosecuting the question of our Press in the Court of King's Bench, Westminster, you clearly evince your want of a true knowledge of the state of society here. Indeed, we have no society, or rather public. No unanimity-all self; and, as you once very aptly observed in your paper, every one thinks more of selling tea and sugar, than supporting an individual on ac count of their civil rights. But, there is another thing which is still worse. The dread of power operates so pow. erfully on the people here, that many are afraid to speak or act but as our Authorities think proper, lest they should bedeprived of a Government income or other civil advantage ! ! ! "'Tis interest thos,: makes cowards of them all; and makes them rather bear the ills they have, than fly to others, which they know not of." SucH is..our fear, that many persons, who, while they bo...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 31 January 1828

- .1 DIARY., MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. High Water, 15 min. past 5 Morn.-43 min. past 5 Eve. I Sunrises 9 min. after 5 morn.-Sets 51 min. past 6. Eve. ir High Water, 12 min. past 6 morn.-46 min. pasix Eve Sc I King George IV. Accession. T , I High Water, 11 min. past 7 Morn.--42 min past 7 .Eve. . I High Water, 10 min. past 8 Morn.-36 min. past 8,Nt.. I Kiug George IV. Proclamation. I- I High Water 56 min. past 8 Morn.-10 min. past 9 Nt. `" I Full Moon 9 min. past 11 Forenoon. eJ e I High Water 30 min past 9 Morn.-50 min, past 9 Nt. SI q H I High Water 5 min. past 10 Morn.--25 min. past 10 Nt. I Septuagesima Sunday. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN THE IIORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPEC TIVELY. MONDAY ........ 75 I 85 I 74 Fine. TUESDAY ........ 76 89 72 Warm. WEDNESDAY...... 74 82 72 Fine. THURSDAY . ..... 76 89 78 Cloudy. FaRID4Y........, 72 78 73 Ditto. SATURDAY ,.... 60 62 60 Showery. SUNDAY. .... 62 73 65 Clondy.

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News by the Marquis of Huntley. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 31 January 1828

News by the Marquis of Huntley. Fiva o'CtocK.-We stop the Press to announce the, receipt within these ten minutes, of ;L-ndon papers to the 23rd of September inclusive. We have just run them through. Notf only peace, but; much amity*as. the nations come to, know each other more and more, seems to exist bectween the French and English. In Spain, a sham insurrection, of immense magnitude, has been got up by Ferdinand, wfnked at by the French troops which still occupy Spain, whose Generals advance with the shout of "'Long live a despotic King ! Down with a Constitutional King "!"-Corporal punish ment, with respect to the Nativ:e troops, has been abolished in the army of Bengal, by. that accomplished General, Lord Combermere.-In South America, the Liberator Bolivar, seems to be very fond of, and intimate with the repressntatives of. the English nation. He had been visiting Caraceas, &c.-'The Grand Seignor has refused the interference of the powers, of Europe between him and the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 31 January 1828

IiMACQUARIB-lp?, SDJ)NEY, JANUARY 21. 1828. rw i.E COMMITTEE of the AUSTRALIAN AGRI CULTURAL COMPANY do hereby give Notice, that a further Call of (X3) Three Pounds per Share has 1beenmade by. the Governors and Directors. The Praprictors resident in the Colony are therefore ,requested to cause the Amount upon their respective Shares, to 'be paid into the Bank of Australia, on or ~efore the 4th of March next, where a proper Receipt !yill be given for the same. By Order of the Committee, VW. BARTON SEcnRETARY. The South-Asian Register. (No 2.) SHII S Journal is now on sale at Mr.. A. Hill's, Castle I reagh-street. As ALMANACK, by F. P. Moore, is annexed to the present number, together with certain useful tables; a chronicle of the principal events of the past year, and other valuable information. Price 7s. 6d. the.single number ; or 24s. per Annum. N. B. Mr. Arthur Hill recommends this work to the particular notice of Settlers.-Communications to Dr. Oldfield, to be addressed, as usual...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 31 January 1828

MARRIED.-On Tuesday, the 29th Instant, at Campbell Town, by the Rev.Thomas Heddall, LIEUT.     W. E. B. WILSON, of H. M. 48th Regiment, to MARY HONORIA, second Daughter of RICHARD BROOKS, Of Denham Court Esq. J. P.

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 31 January 1828

Arrivals.---Yesterday, the Marquis of Huntley, Captain Ayscough, from London on the 26th of August, from Cork, the 27th of September, and Cape of Good Hope, the 24th of December. She brings 163 male prisoners from Cork, 4 children of the prisoners. Surgeon Super intendant Dr. Smith. Passenger, Staff Surgeon M'Leod. Lieutenant Slade, 33 privates, 4 women, and 8 children, attached to H. M. 40th Regiment. Same day, the Darling and Adventure, from Newcastle. Departures.- On Tuesday, the Frederick, for .Batavia. Projecte Ddepartures.-The Lord Liverpool and Hun ter, for Newcastle; Rerearch, for India; and Ephemina, for China, this day. The Asia, for India. Nimrod, for Rio de Janatio. Waterloo, for Port Dalrymple, and Prince of Denmark, for Sous America,. on the 2nd proximo. The Medway, for Hobart Town, andt Tiger and Dragon, for South America, on the 3rd of February. Remain in Harbour.-Ships, Adea, Eliza, Ntmrodd, George Home, ,Severeig, Elizableth, (Collins) Medway,, Tiger, John, Flporti...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 31 January 1828

TO THE EDITOR OF THE EMONrTOR. ON reading the 116th number of your ihdependent and very popular journal, I saw a letter from your Cor-. respondent, "' A Colonist," who attempts to describe to the public, the manner in which they are imposed. aponr by the various Pound-keepers in this Colony. Conse quently, I now take up my very feeble pen, to give you a brief sketch of the rise and progress of Pounds in th 0ny ; which may. nt be altogether unpalatable to mI?y Qf ;yout repr, . . 's ; S:PoetNs, were first: estblished in this Colony, by Go verno#i fib;g? someihere about thb ' yeak 1804, when it was orde~re by irin, that the f?lloin ratieof, Poundage should be demanded by (th District Constables, who were tot hoqld'. -ýnd'l , ?!.qd-keppers, for, tbeir Districts ; viA. Abe 4rqier. s q? .. wteyer quantity.of, stock he drove .oQ ?e,Ppygn,, anpd 14.-,ppr bead wa. to be charged . for- ecti day's ; odndage, and 'so onfor as many:days as they rema lned in the Pound.. This scdle 'was in .?~~~ ~...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 31 January 1828

jpsp cIBsn J ,I LJQ ,$ N N ITN1NUED. Sydney Police, Moaday.-Anne Turner, (free) the wife of the Overseer-of stone-cutters in government employ, was brought up by Constable Thornton, who repre. sented her as a public nuisance, from her drunken and disordetly habits. The prisoner pleaded the cohabitation of her husband with a girl named Walker, resident in Philip-street, which occasioned the disturbance now complained of. Sentenced to pay a fine of five shillings, or in default to sit for four hours in the stocks.-r-Hannuah -West, assigned servant to Mr. Durand, and Susan Ham mond, assigned to Mr. Chisholm, were introduced at the bar for having severally absconded themselves from their services for several days-neither of the parties would acknowledge where they had been entertained during their absence, wvhich was considered an aggra vation from the nature of their situations. Sentenced four months each to the 3rd class in the factory.- Timothy Watts, was charged, that he had conveye...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 31 January 1828

DEATH.—On the morning of Friday, Col. Cavenagh, who arrived in the Colony about six weeks since, for the benefit of his health, after a long and painful ill- ness at his lodgings in Castlereagh Street. The de- ceased was father of Mr. Cavanagh of the firm of Caven- agh and Robson, Merchants. Mr. C. becomes pos— sessed of an estate in Ireland, through the decease of his Parent.

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 31 January 1828

ENGLISH cISSLLAliES. ,Dow-SzREET; $.ATIfUIDAt 1it, rn -It was expected that Genieriil Sir George 'M'Gregor would -bave 'beer brought before }he Magistrates of this Office,,.this evening, in consequence of, communication having been made to'Mr. .HaUs, in the course of the day, from Mr. Nodde~, the Governor of Tothill-fields Prison. It appease that Sir Gregor M'Gregor, being unable to put in bail to answer the charge perferred against him by Mr. Spong, is entitled to be removed to the New Prison, Clerkenwell, that he may have the benefit of the delivery of that gaol, which takes place in the ensuing week. Ford the gaoler, was directed by Mr. Halls, to proceed to Tothill-fields, to inform the General, that if he thought proper he might be brought up this even ing and be committed to Clerkenwell, but if he pre ferred remaining at Tothill-fields till the beginning of the week, he might do so. On Ford arriving at Tothill fields, he found that Sir Gregor M'Gregor had sworn an affidavit bef...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 31 January 1828

"..R. REDDALL, jun. continues to receive TEN .DERS for WHEAT in Argyle. NOTICE. L ETT'ERS of Administration of the effects of Samuel Leary, late of Richmond, deceased, having been granted to the undersigned, he requests all Claims. against the Property may be presented to him-for liqui dation ; and such Persons as stand: indebted to the said estate are required to come forward, and make' Payment without delay. JOHN TOWN} Richmond. January 28, 1828. T O BE LET for a Term, with immediate Posses sion if desired;-a most complete RESIDENCE,. situate in Upper Castlereagh-street, with Stabling and. every other Convenience. Rent'llO Sterling per An- num. To Persons arriving in Sydney, who may wish 'for, an immediate Accommodation, the present' offers an opportunity which rarely occurs, as the House has been recently fitted up, is in the most perfect repair, and the Furnitute, or part of it, may be had at a. Valuation. Apply to Mr. BODENBHAI4 Bank Buitdings, Jan.f 29,: 18.S. NTOTICE.-Such of...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold :— [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 31 January 1828

SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold :- New Wheat 9s. 6d--Maize 8s. Od.-Barley 5s. Od.-Oats none.-Fine Flour, 20s. Od. sterling per 100 lb .---Seconds. do. 17s. Od.-Bread 61d. per 21b. Loaf.--Potatoes 18s. per cwt.-Fresh Butter 2s. 9d -Salt do. 2'. 6d.--Common Cheese Is. 4d.-Rankin's do.. Os. Od.rEggs 2s. 6d. per doz.--Fowls 3s. 6d. per couple.-Ducks 58. 6d.--Geese, 6s. each.,-Turkies 9s -Small bunch of Turnips 41d.-Ditto. Carrots 4-4d -Onions 3d. per lb.-Beef per lb. by the quar ter, 41d ; per Joint 6d.-Mutton 7d.-Pork 8d.-Salt. Pork by the Joint 10i.--Veal 9d--Osanges, Is. per doz.-Peaches, 4d. to Is. per.doz.-Hay £.11 per ton. Straw 25s. per load.-Cattle none.-Slteep do.-Pigs do. MERCHANDIZE. IIvson Tea, per half Chest of 321bs. £.6-Green ditto, per ditto £.2 1Os; and £.3 10s.-Sugars per lb. by the bag, 4d. -Brazil 'Tobacco tv the Basket per lb. 3s. 9d.-Fig ditto by the cask, 4s 6d --English Soap per lb. by the cwt 5jd. Mould Candles by the lb. Is. 2d-Dips Is--Rice per ...

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THE MONITOR. THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 31, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 31 January 1828

THE MONITOR. THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY -31, 1828. WE lately proposed, that our late Sheriff, the true and tried- friend of the Colonists at large, but especially of that class which has hitherto been persecuted by the pure Merinos, (as a certain political party here has been not unaptly termed) should be invited to act as Presi dent at the Anniversary dinner of the 26th instant. Cecil (supposed to be an officer of rank) wrote in " the Official," saying, that we had insulted the Governor by. such. a proposal. We say to Cecil in return, " WE have not insulted the Governor, Cecil, but you have really insulted His Excellency by making such an accu sation ! For your charge goes to insinuate, that General Darling, in having dismissed Mr. Mackaness, has done so, not from a solemn conscientious sense of public duty, but from private pique. You, Cecil, by your attack on us, do insinuate with singular baseness, that the Governor wishes even to follow up his private personal pique, by thrustin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 31 January 1828

WELI INGTON BREWERY, AND SOAP AND CANDLE MANUFACTORY. JOHN PAYNE, grateful for the extensive patronage hither toconferred upon him, and proud alsoon account of the de. cided preference always given to articles of his Manufacture in every part of the Colony, begs to apprise his numerous customers, that his prices, will, until further notice, be fixed as under : Prime Colonial Beer, (the usual quality) £.3 Stg. per Hhd. Fine Colonial.Biravn Stout .. ......... £.4 do. do. Soap of an excellent quality 4:d Sterling. per pound. Superior mould Candles 10d Sterling per pound. Ditto dipt ditto .10dtCurrency per pound. , N. B% The usual supply of Foreign Wines, Brandy, Rum, Gin, Tea,. Sugar, Tobacco, &c. &c. &c.. In addition to his former extensive Stock, J. P. has re ceptly, imported a few cases of Li neurs to which he would Invite the'attention qf A nateurs. iis Cape will be found to be of a udost superior quality, . driey, No 80,. George Street, January 9, 1828. ei ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 31 January 1828

SALES BY AUCTION. TO MERlCHANTS, CAPITALISTS, AND GE1NY TLEMEN DESIROUS OF IMIPROVING THEIR RENT ROLLS. BY MR. BODENHAM. Vithout Reserve; on the Premises of Mr. P. BRsinAND, Saddler and Harness Maker, No. 85, Pitt-street, by -Order of' tlie Ex*ibutors of the late Mrs: MARY Ain xKELL, at 11 for .12, o':ock.' recisely, on Wednesday, February 13th. .... R. BODENHAM is instructed to offer those de= IVI sirable Premise. now in the occupation of M1f. BRisBAND, for SALE wit?oiit Reserve. They are sus ceptible of, tlie.gye, aLtImprovement, and situated in one of the ver. fit?2 tboi-oughfares in the Colony. Terms of Payinmed;,One.-half Cash, and' the Remain der.at 6.'Months,, upon. upexceptiunable Bills. Purchaser to pay his ownrConveyance. TO MERCHANTS, TRADERS, AND OTHERS; BY MR. BqD1)EHaM4 , On'thk ?:emnises of Mr. Riley, tailor, and. Mrs. Smith, SNos, 47 and. 48, Pitt-street, on Eriday: the 15th Fe, bruary without reserves by order of the Executors: of the late Mrs. Mary Arkell. • T HESE...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 31 January 1828

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. Tur Gazette of yesterday, has published a ,sort of public account, in which the expenses of our Govern ment of Sydney, (including Convict establishments) are represented to be £.177,000 MORE, than the taxes col lected !!! . We are confident some gross and eniormous error has crept into this statement. We believe the boot to be quite on the other leg. ONE of our Contemporaries has published a letter from a Correspondent, signed " An Observer," which accuses the Governor, of granting a ticket-of-leave to one Clarkson, convicted at the Isle of France of the murder of his cook and a lascar, seamen on board his own vessel. We can easily conceive, that Isle of France or West Indian Juries or Courts, where slaves are thought to be mere brute beasts, would let a man off for murdering black cooks and copper-coloured lascars, seeing these are but a sort of niggers. But, we should al o think, that when once such murderers arrived in a white English Colony like New South ...

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