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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 May 1826
SALES BY AUCTION. BY MR. PAUL, it RN Thursday, June the 1st, positively without Reserve, ;i- -FOURTEEN MILCH COWS, very quiet, and of the 1s most approved Breed. Terms,--Prompt Payment,, in e Dollars at 4s. 4d. each. BY C. LUCAS, 74, GEORGE STREET, n On SATURDAY next the 27th Inst. positively without the least.reserve. of HHIRT IN G,-Sheeting,-Callicoes,-Prints,-Chintz, e Muslins,--Ladies' Dresses,--Dimities,--Muslin Handker chiefs of all sorts,-Velvet,-Lace,--Quilling Plaids,-Waist e coating,--Superfine Cloths,--Slops,--Shoe, Hat, and Painters' Brushes,-Red Shirts,-Duck,-Raisins,-Patent Cord,-Red d Cambrics,-Buttons of all sorts,-Perfumery of all kinds,- Copy Books,-Blue Gurrahs,-Fourteen Casks of Ale, Pepper,-Sugar,-Scissors,-Blankets of a superior kind, STea TIrays and Waiters,-Candlesticks,-Fig and Thumb Blue,-'Mould & DiptCandles,-Mustard,-Pickles,-Sauces, r Quills,--Ink Powders, - Teas,---Snuff,--Coffee,--Whips, - 1 Sheep Shears,-Hinges,-Crockery of all sorts,-Decanter...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 May 1826
i,' , , . . SERETAU FICE, ,.? 23, 1826, ' I'OTFICE is hereby given, that families, who're. in want of: j.:Fecrhale Servants, tnay .be ,supplied from the Prisoners . 1tely irrived in the Lady fHwena, from Cork, provided they make 'applcation "in writing, specifying the description of Seri Pants wanted, iddressed to the Principal Superinntendent of Convicts, before' Friday next, on which day it is intended to. send such women, as shall not then be applied for, to the factory it Parramatta. . " " Among the Prisoners there are a considerable tiumber of Countrv and House Servants, with a few Dairy women. By Command of His Excellency the Governor. ALEXANDER M'LEAY. GOVRnxm IEN OTICE. CoxLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, MAY 23, 1826. A LL Persons having SPIRITS or TOBACCO in the Bond ed Stores, who have not already transmitted an Account thereof to this Office, or to the Auditor of Colonial Accounts, are requested so to do, on or before the 1st Day of June next. It is necessary that they should ...
(Continued from page 6, in our last.) STATE OF FRANCE, SPAIN, AND PORTUGAL—GERMANY, THE NORTH, RUSSIA, GREECE, TURKEY, AMERICA, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 May 1826
(Continued from page*G, in our tast.) $TATE OF FRANCE,' SPAIN, AND PORTUGAL--GERMANY, THE NORTH, RUSSIA. GREECE, TURKEY, AMERICA, &C. SPAIN, who chased from her soil the military swarms ot Napoleon, has fallen beneath the armies of the holy alliance! Superstition and ignorance have prevailed against her when valour could not: forty thousand of the army occupy the fortress of .the Pyrannees, and hold .Barcelona, Corunna, Cadiz, St. Sebastian, and her most important points in their grasp; and this too, partly by the pay of the country they occupy. An Invasion at tended with evil even to the invaders,-the ultras of France--that is, the opposers of all that is enlightened, liberal, and good, have obtained a great accession of power and numbers in the chamber of deputies; and that place, which is at any time but a burlesque imita tion of the manly debate of the British parliament, has no way improved by the change.. THE chambers opened on the 23rd of March, with a speech (see pub...
Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 May 1826
MamOte t t ntEtcUui ittr. As Mr. WELLS, Publican, of Pitt-street, was returning on Friday Evening from Parramatta in a Gig, he was met, about half way from.Sydncy by two,ruflians, one aftwhoni seized tbe.horse's head, while the other jumped into the chaise, and with horrid imprecations demanded his mo-. ney,. which was immediately delivered to bim. Hie then snatched at Mr. W's watch, and resistance being made, Mrs. Wells immediately. received a violent blow on the head. After taking off his shoes and cutting the harness the robbers made off. Information was. given to the Police the next morning of the abowe outrage., ON Friday Evening, a man of decent exterior enterec the, shop of Leak, a dealer in china and earthenware, in George-street, and after selecting sundry goods, tendered 'in- payment a forged instrument, purporting to be a~i order on the Rev. T. Reddall, for 100 dollars. Suslpicion being imtnmediately excited, the order Was detained, but the man unfortunately was allowed t...
THE MONITOR. SYDNEY, FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 May 1826
The Monitor &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; SYDNEY, FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1826 &nbsp; WE have endeavoured to give our Readers as correct an account of the late interesting trial in the Supreme Civil Court, instituted by DR. HALLORAN against Mr. HALL,. which we could collect from our Reporter. We beg to inform the Public, that though really answerable to the law and the public for every thing published in this Journal, yet the Reports of the Trials in our Courts of Justice, are considered by us no part of our Editorial duty--they will always be inserted just as they come from our Reporter-and while the latter is not answerable for their correctness in the most important sense, WE consider him so in a conscientious point of view; and, consequently, we shall never tamper with his labours, lest we deviate from that rule of strict impartiality so essential in Law Reports. &nbsp; Though not at all intereste...
Supreme Court. MONDAY, MAY, 22nd, 1826. HALLORAN, v. HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 26 May 1826
Supreme Court &nbsp; MONDAY, MAY, 22nd, 1826. HALLORAN.. V. HALL. Mr. NORTON opened the pleadings, which set forth that the plaintiff being elected master of the Sydney Public Free Grammar School, an institution of which he was himself the projector, had been libelled in the Sydney Gazette by the defendant, in a letter signed "' Fidelitas"-that the publication alluded to, tended to bring him into disrepute, and otherwise to injure him in his professional character. To this declaration, the defendant pleaded the ge- neral issue; and also (by leave of the court) a justi- fication. IN support of the case, Mr. Rowe stated, that the parties in the action were in a situation of life so well known to the residents of the colony, but few remarks were required from him on that head-the plaintiff had for several years been entrusted with the education of youth, for the care and attention bestowed on whom the colony was greatly indebted to him. THE cause of action was a malicious and d...
Supreme Civil Court. CAUSES TRIED SINCE THE 18TH INSTANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 June 1826
-- uprtme Cibil Court, CAUSES' TRIED SINCE TIIE 18TH INSTANT. MIDDLETON V. LUCAs--Goods sold. verdict for plain tiff. Damages ] 11. 18s. 9+d. CLARKSON AND ANOTHER, EXECUTORS, &C. .. PAS-- Goods sold. Verdict for piaintiff. Damages 301. 11 s. WINDER' V. JOSEPH UNDERWOOD-Money lent and advanced. Verdictfor plaintiff. Damages2731. 15s. id. SATURDAY, 20th MAY. STEDMAN C. ROSE, & Co.-Special action for injury sustained by plaintiff, through the overturning of de fendant's coach. Verdict for plaintiff. Damages 2001. Mc'QUEEN, v. ?i'ARA.-For meat, drink, washing; lodging, and other necessaries found and provided by plaintiff, for defendant. Verdict or plaintiff. Da mnages 1431. 17's. ELLIQT v. BnowN-this was an action brought to recover the sum of 171. for goods sold and delivered tQ defendant, a Settler at Hunter's River. Evidence was called to prove the defendant's admission to the plaintiff's attorney, which was established. But witnesses on behalf of, the defendant, so ...
Average Prices of Articles at Yesterday's Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 June 1826
(ýca'e' -ric,, of ýticte - ao ?t'rbanM ps. A very fair sample of Grain appeared in the Market. Brisk Sales were effected at a trifling advance on last 'Weeks Prices : there was no show of Cattle or Pigs, and in other Articles but little variation to notice. . . . d. Wheat...... 9 3ýper Bushel. Fowls... .3 Oper,Couple'. MIaize.......3 3 do. Ducks....... 40' o. Barley...... do. Geese..... 0J 6 do. Butter......2 3 per lb.- ''urkies.... 12" ) d,. Cheee.. .0 9 do, . Potatoes... .7. 6 per Cwt, Eggs..... '2 0 per dozen Bre,,di-45dd. : er Lu"f,
PRICE OF ENGLISH STOCKS, JAN. 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 June 1826
PRICE OF ENGLISHI STOCKS, JAN. 7. 3 per Cent Consols..... .........' 81 'e. d. 3. per Cent. Red. Ann .... .. . .:.. ...... S; 4 per Cent........ .......... . S ex. div. .$ per Cents. Red.... .. . .. .... .. 90 S Long Annuities....................... 204 . 7arik Stock. .............. ..... 2 o2~ India Stock.................... India Bonds.......... ......... ..... 2 24 Ex. Bills [1+d. ]........................9 Consols for Ace.... .. .. ........... . 82s
TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 June 1826
To THE EDITOR OF TIIE MONITOR. SIn, In reference to the present uufriendly state of the Abori gines in the Ar&lt;ryleshire country, I conceive it to be an appropriate period to oflera few observations thereon, as iell as. on the measures that have been resorted to to effect a reconciliationl, In the first place.-Any communication of a conciliating -:dture is construed by the blacks, into intimidation, and pro duces more extensive outrages.-This is founded on a long experience, and is the result attendant on every similar application that has been made since the foundation of the colony. Secondly.--The Aborigines of this colony acknowledge no chieftains, nor does any savage law or jcustom ecist, whereby they might be led to look up to superiority for direction and governance--the general voice is always predominent, whether in their acts of mercy or fiercest barbarity-communicutions conciliatory, delivered to one or other of the clan or tribe, operate no further than to gover...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 June 1826
?j "O OR LONDON DIRECT.-The Ship LADY Row .~- , ENA, A. 1. coppered, and copper-fastened, will commneuce LOADING immeadiately for Londou; has nearly all her cargo engaged; will carry an experienced Surgeon. For Particulars, apply to the Commander on board; or to 98, George-street, Sydney. GEO. BUNN, AGENT. ý- O()R PORT DALRYMPLE.--The Fine New Fast Att.E Sailing Brig TIIE INDUSTRY, WVM. YOUNG COIm mander, will positively sail on the 12th of June. For Freight or Passage, (having good accommodations) apply to Cooper and Lcvey, or to the Commander on board. Sydney, May 30 1826. NOTICE. rT HE Estates, Stock, and Effects of the late James William son Esq. being in contemplation of some new arrange Iments, the Public are hereby Cautioned against making any 'agyments, Exchanges, or Purchases, of any of the above de scrihed property, but through the express medium of the under sigued, JANE WILLIAMSON, Executrix. iParramatta, May 29h 1826. MRS. MORDAUN'T, DRESS-MAKER. BEGS to inform the Publ...
Shipping Intelligence, [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 June 1826
bbippngin nttelligtnat, AaRIVALs.--On Saturday, the 27th May, the ship Do ncaster, CAPTAIN CHnUcR , with IMerchaindize and P&s, sengers.-Sunday, the 28th the schooner, Samuel, with Seal-skins and Flax--Wednesday, 31st the ship Alfred, .CaPTAIN EDWARDs,from the South Sea Fishcry, with 170 tons of Sperm oil. DEPAnRTUREs.'-OnMonday, the "9th of May, the ship Toward Castle, CAPTAIN JEFF'EYS, for London direct - Tuesday 30th, the fovernment brig, 4mity, with' Pri soners, Stores, &S. Norfolk Island, PROJECTED .EPA?RTURFIs.--Jun1 the 4th, .the 1Cape Packet, for Hobart Town--8th ,ship Security, for Batavia and Sincapore ; brig Brutus, for London-the Thames, Darling, and Minerva, will sail this day. REMAIN IN HtnRUOU---Shiips Pockligton--Doncaster --Security--St. Michael---Lady , owe-Ai-rdent-ýGrec nock-Cape Packet Barss---Qeen Clharlotte-A4nnre- Weli'ngton. -Wod-t lak--,Bru t.s-'ýNreus--Per?evergance--Venut--,uflute .. . .TIrE Cargo of the DONCASTE? eorists of O Oilffalm , C...
THE MONITOR. FRIDAY, JUNE, 2, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 June 1826
THE MONITOR. FRIDAY, JUNE, .2, 1826. IT is now pretty generally believed that the I-Ion. MI. JohIN TIACAaRTIHUUl one of the members of our Legislative Council is on the eve of visiting Europe As there is no individual whose Agricultural concerns carry so much public influence as this Gentleman's, (there is one individual we understand if not two, whose income arising from rent and live stock is larger,) so there is no person whose movements attract so much public attention. But the active part which this Gen tleman took in the political affairs of the Colony from his first arrival in it as a commissioned officer in H. M. 102d. Regiment, (then designated The New South Wales Corps,) up to the period of his return to England about sixteen years ago, gives him even greater prominence in the eye of the government (as well Downing-street as Sydney), than his great possessions. DURnIcNG his last ten or twelve years abode in London, Mr. Mc'Arthur must have experienced, we imagine, that quan...
Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 June 1826
,Dome ttc intllilarit.u. IT is rumoured that the 10th and 39th Regiments of. Foot are destined for this Country. T?E Scotch Kirk on Church-Hill is rapidly finishing in the inside. The galleries and pulpit are rare spe cimens of lightness and elegance, and the whole internal appearance is very agreeable, and we doubt not will give great satisfaction to every Presbyterian of true lineal descent. AT the suggestion of the Venerable the ARcnDEACON, some printed forms have been sent to the Districts of the IHawkesbury, to be posted in conspicuous places in the several townships. They set forth the crimes and consequences of Sabbath-breaking, swearing, and drunk enness; and what is Very useful,'the law and penalties against the same. Oun Correspondent writes,-" At the late General Quarter Sessions of the Peace at Windsor, Bridget CUllen was arraigned for some offence against our So.vereign Lord the King, his Crown and Dignity; Biddy was old, and belonged to the old hands, and the loss of a...
Chrology, Ethics, Religious Intelligence, &c. &c [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 June 1826
The eclipse of the moon the last week attracted our notice. We briefly described the feelings which, in &nbsp; common with other spectators of the scene, we ex perienced on the solemn occasion. We do not, however, altogether know how to account for the feelings of which we were then the subject. The grand - the awful indiscribable grand movements of such im mense bodies as the earth and the moon, passing each other as an adult traveller passes his juvenile neighbour; or as an hundred-and-twenty-gun-ship, passes a pleasure boat, obscuring it by its magnitude, gave the imagina lion a power to conceive something like the reality of such immense magnitudes. The sublime silence of nature, while these grand circumvolutions were taking place, before our eyes, deeply, most deeply, impressed our minds. The judgment-the imagination--the pow ers of science-the affections-our pious feelings-all all were in deep exercise. The words, " Be STILL, then, and know that I am GOD !" seemed to b...
Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 June 1826
Quarter Sessions &nbsp; Mr. THOMAS SMITHERS was indicted at the suit of Mr. WILLIAM HUTCHINSON, for a Nuisance. The facts proved by several witness were, that the defendant kept a slaughter-house, in George-street, op- posite the prosecutor, and that the putrid stench at all times, and particularly when the defendant carted out the manure from his yards, rendered the neighbours, in general miserable, and among the rest to the prosecutor, who swore, that in self-defence he had been continually in the habit of closing his doors and windows to mitigate the evil complained of.--Mr. Rowe, the defendant's solicitor, proved by evidence on the defence, that Mr. Harper, and other butchers, kept slaughter-houses, and that it was not improbable the evil complained of might proceed from their premises. The Bench found the defendant Guilty ; and sentenced him to pay a fine of 200I. in case he did not, before the expiration of three months, remove the nuisance. This Trial excited great in...
PRICE OF IRISH STOCKS. JAN. 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 June 1826
PRICE OF IRISHI STOCKS. JAN. 10. Bank Stock ............... .........253 (Gov. Deb. 34 per Cen. ...............3 34 Gov. Stock ................ . . Consols 3 per Cent.................... 8 Gov. Deb. 5 per Cent...............-- iNew Stock, 4 per Cent............... 100 Gxaud C, Loan, 4 per Cent............. 46 -..-Do. 6 per Cent, ................. 69V -'-- tock ....................... . - ]Royal Canal Stock. ........ ....... 284 Wide-str. Cer. 6 per Cent........... --- M)o. Deb. with Gov. Sec..... ... . ....... SHIARES. Mining Company of Ireland........ I pm. ITibernian Banking Company...... .. 34 dis. -St. Patrick Insurance Company . . -- dis. R?oyal -Irih? Mining Company........ 2 pm.
Parliamentary Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 June 1826
. artiamntntary Intcigenmc. On7 consulting our friends whether we should commence our reports of Parliamentary Intelligence with the Session of 1825 or travel so far back as 1824, we have been advised > g:"ý'"v rapid sketch of 1824, as a kind of natural and il t'ative introduction to that of 1825. The Session .of cpmrmeneed last February, and weo may extpect to, receive S ee account of the first debstes in about six weeks. During* this interval, we shall be able to discuss, though in a very lirief way, the business done in Parliament in 1824 and 1825 respectively,--and such sketches wrill introduce our Readers - to those ample reports of the Debates of 1826, which we trust to be able to acomplish, and which, we doubt not, will prove as entertaining to them, as they are instructive to all masculine understanding. 7We now hdsten .aecordingly to narrate the business of the Session of 1824 ;-it has cost us great self-denial to abridge the eloquence which appears to us to animate ever...
DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 June 1826
DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR TIlE ENSUING WEEK. C i SUN rises 5 mIinm. after 7. H I-igh Water at Port Jacksor, 40 min. past 5 Morning. A- 40 min. past 6 Evening. S- ?Sun Sets 55 min. after 4. SHighh Water, 46 min. past 6 Morh.-20 min. past? Even. viI I High Water, 41 min. past 7. Morn.-8 Evening. ' ?.- i)uke of Cuiiberlaiid born. High Water, 15 min. past 8 Morn. ( New Moon 59 min. past 3 Morn. I ! High Water, 30 mrin. past 8 Morn.-34 min. past 8 Night. ( I at- High Water, 15 min. past9 Morn.-37 min. past 9 Night. ligh Witter, 10 Morn.-20 min. past !t) Night. c Peas and Beans may be sown as occasion requires until S ) the middle of the month.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 June 1826
;for s bL1?rfbate. Contra ~t, . 1000 ,AC1Sus o LFND, IN ONE OR TWO LOTS, .. AT THE OPTION OF THE PURCHASERI OR PURCIk SE IS For full Particulars, application is requested to be made: at the Office of MOORE AND KEITH;' George Street, Sydney. ENGLISH STATIONARY. M RS. CLEMENTS, respectfully informs the Public, she daily expects, per Ship, MAnY ANN, a choice Invest ment of, Assorted Papers, with a Selection of valuable and interesting Books, elegantly bound. LIKEWISE AN INVESTMENT OF, INDIA GOODS. Book Binding in all its branches. : To.:5KING STREET, SYDNEY, May, 26th. 1826.' TO LET. 'A HosE in York-street, known by the name of the ? Princess Charlotte," well situated for business either in the Public line,.'or General trade. Immediate podsession may be had.--For'particulars enquire at the Premises. S. BUD GE. FOR SALE .AT MISS CAMPBELLS, No. 36, PITT STREET.: T'. G AGELLETS,---Violin and Violoncello bows,-and a 1' great variety of songs; and music for Organ,-Pianoforte, SViblin,--Flut...