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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 September 1828

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE9: CRIMINAL COURT, [FRIDAY 19. -.Robert .ldk, Edward Madden, and Robert Srnith, were severally 1i dicted for a burglary in the dwelling house of the Honourable Johh M'Arthur, Esq. at the Cow Pas tures, and stealing thereout various articles, the pro perty of John Mullen, ·on the 30th of March last. ; John Mullen deposed, that he is an assigned servit to the prosecutor. On the night of the 30th of March last, his hut was robbed. He was in bEd at the time. There were two boxes in the hut, e?s was his own, and the other belonged to Thomas Hayway. Tlies. things were in safety when he wiet to bed. Next morning he discovered the contents of the boxes had beoen stolen. The boxes contained articles of wearing apparel, and about eight or nitn shillings in money. It Was a bark hut. The entrTa~d had been: effected by means of removing a shoet of bark, which had been laid against the building for the purposes of a door. It had no fastening; Net morning I made a report of th...

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REX v. E. S. HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 September 1828

REX v. E. S. HALL. STHIS suit, which has excited so lively an inte., rest not only in Sydniey, but; in every village in the Colony, came on for trial on Thi rad :y. It was an information against Mr. E. S. Hall, a parish ioner of the Parish of St. Lawrence, Sydney, for . a trespass in breaking the door of a pew previ-.. ously occupied by himn in the Parish Church of , St. James, Sydney, after having received notice from the Registrar of the Archdeacon's Court, to quit the said pew. The Solicitor General conducted the case for the Crown. The Defendant appeared in person. The Solicitor General stated the facts of the case, which were generally admitted by the De fendant, and,coucluded a lucid but brief narrative of .the case, by stating, that the information was brought to try the right, not to recover damages, and-to convince the Defendant. that a due submis-. lion to lawful authorityew'as imperative upon him and all others. (But as the facts were all elicited from the evidences broug...

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TO MR. PEEL. On his project for changing the Law of England with respect to the detection and punishment of crimes. LECTURE II. Barn-Elm Farm, Surrey, 16th March, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 September 1828

On his project for -changing the Law of EngJand with respect to the detection and punifsh?ent of crimes. LECTURE 11. BarnElnm'1tarm, Surrey, 16th M'arch, 1828. Mr. PEEL, . I should " now prdcced to comment, on your causes of the increase of crime ; and then to comment on your scheme for curing the evil by Scotch or French law; but I am stopped in my progress by that which has, I dare say, stopped the ''circulation of these brilliant ideas in your brain ; .namely, the War 'which is now about to break out in the east of Europe. This is a perfect God-senlto the Reformers of Eng land. It .wilbring your system at bice' to the test : it willPxplgs?.it. in such ; a way, that there will bs hardl'.in~,ni if'.theocivilized.world that will not point the fi4ger ofcbrn at- this nation, unless it boldly in terferý tgaisRussia ; and, if it do, thus interfere, your ysteti'goes t?cpieces like a crazy old ship upon the ro0ks. I perde~i: fr6m the tone of the rainisterial " re porthers," whom the.wise ...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 September 1828

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1828. THE late and present rains have fallen just in   time to save to the farmers sufficient of their wheat crops to feed their own families, and so help pay the heavy debts their disasters, on ac- count of a two years' severe drought, have occa- sioned them; while such wheat fields as are not worth preserving, (and there are many such on the high lands of Airds, Bringelly, &c. &c.) are now in good order for ploughing in the perishing stubble, in order to be planted with maize. Ten days ago, a scarcity bordering on famine stared us in the face. Now plenty bids fair to crown the land. Ten days ago, every farmer in walking about his fields, sickened at the sight, and retired to his heartless supper, to spend the evening in sighs, and the night in sleepless anxiety, pondering the direful consequences of mortgages, executions,   exposure in the public papers, bailiff's, imprison- ment, and all the horrors of the precipice ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 September 1828

TO ADVERTISERS IN GENERAL, AND AGENTS-OF SHIPS IN PARTICULAR. . WIe feel it a duty weowetoourselves, n., regard to the mercantile part of our labours, to surgg t to Ship-agents, SLanrdholders, ' lerhants, - 'ettlers, Pound-keepers,.Mechanics, and other: Adveirttsers in the public Journals of. .this'Colfony, the superior advan tags of their adverticiug in a weekly paper, over their advertising exclu sively, i ,n Journals, one of which publishes three times a week, and the other twice. For the same price thdt the Sydney Gazette charges an advertiser, for publishing his Advertisement three times in one week, we' carry on his *Advertisement to the end of. three w?eeks. Thus, if an Advertiser choose to publish his wishes in two out: of the three Journals circulated in the Co lony, let him, (ifhe like) choose. the Gazette or the Australian, for one of the two. But where is the use of his .laying out his money in both these Journals, whose rapidity of publica .(ion brinrgs his ha(/-guminea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 October 1828

MEMORIALS, *PlTITIONS, . CONFIDEN?'IAL WRIT'INGS, PUBLIC AND PBR"4'TE COR * RESPONDE4VCE, tc. . T O obviateo "the, frequent complainkt 0of the obscurity, inaccuracy, and prolixity of public docume4ts, senpeorials,. petitions correspondence, &c. (some of which'~re fo'und frivolous , and unnecessilary,. troublesotte to the authorities to whom they are address ed) a Gentleman of acknowledged literary talent, and perfectly conversant with the re quisite forms of suc?h eomprositions, has been encouraged to offer his services to thp public, in the preparation and forming of all 'such inerunmcts, with brevity, :per;picuity, and promptitude. For this purpose, an office ?vill be opened on 1Alonfday, the 8®th instant, and attendance will be given daily, at the late office of the Church and School Corporation tt the corner of Ilizabeth and King-stteets, opposite the Court-houue, from the hours of ten o'clock in the morning, till three, in the afternoon; when and where the principal ina...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 October 1828

. . - "TO COVER THIS SEASON,, 2"T OLErNDO.N?. HUNTER'S RIVER. B sr A o&Alre, 01. St4. Groom's Fee included. .THEE BAY 'HORSE' x' = TOSS " 1 15 hands 2 inches high, foaled in 1822; WITAS got by Bourbon, dam (Tramp's dam) by Gohanna, her dam Fraxinella by Trentham, Woodpecker, Everlasting by Eclipse, &c. &c. " 'de Stud Book, Vol. 3. i Bourbon was got by. Sorcerer, dam by Pre cipitate, her dam by Hfighfyer, out of Tiffany, by eclipse; &c &c.-Vide Stud Book, page 289, Vol. 2. SGohanna was got by Mercury, dam by Herod, her dam Maiden by Matchem, &c. &c.--Iide `tud Book, pag~e 151, Vol. 2, . PERFORMANCES in 1827. NAemarket lt Sp ing Meeting, Monday, April 30th, . .... 1827. Handicap sweepstakes of 10 sovereigns each, fpr Horses of all.ages, Ab. m. " Lord Southampton's b. c. Toss, by Bourbon, 8 st. Id lbs. . : I Mr. Wyhdha'r's bl. c. Black Swan, 8 st. 6 lbs. 2 Lord Darlington's Abion, 9st. Mb. ; Mr. Howe's Skiff, 9st.; Mr. Payne's br....

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 October 1828

To THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR; SIR, Mr. Howe, on Wednesday announced an ex nary birth and death. I now send you a neweditý of the birth, beil:g mole authentic than the one l:shed by Mr. Howe, I having had the paro from the afflicted parents themselves. " At Parramatta, on Wednesday the Ist Irisa, " first-born of the new Club, set on foot by th " mies of Shakespear, prophanity, and licentious for the promotion of racing, cock-figlitig, other moral, religions, and humane diversionte " y'clept, The' Australian Racing aud Jockee "The little darling, though a very fine-looking InTmg J "is unhappily of precocious size, being full of dros. " spleen, and blue devils. Though nursed aid: atti ' "ed' upon by the first Physician in the,: "lainy, who it is supposed will be its Godfather, '4, illustrious nursling it is said, cannot possibly wit "vive two seasons." I have the honour to remain' Sir, your obedient servant, .T ,I INTRIGUE,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 October 1828

N '.Additiop to the reward alrady :offered. Sb the Bank of Australia, of One Hun«. Sred Ppuuds and a Free Passage to England, itoethe? with the Absolute Pardon, to anf, SPriso ier of the -Crown, promised by ia' Excelleney the Governor, on the Apprehea sion and Conviction of tany Person or Persons concerned in the late Robbery of the Bank, p ti~r Directors further offer a Reward of Five PerCent, on. the. Amount of pll Notes or Coin recovered and delivered up to the Managing DireEtor. THOMAS M'VITIE, Managing Direct. Bank of ,ustralia. t3rd September, 1828. J . BANK OF AUSTRALIA, T4 Consequence of many Parties in rown , haying continued to receive and circulate the Old 1Notes of the Ea .k of Australia, after the Public Notices of Monday and Wednesday last, a Measure which is equally opposed to .the Wishes of the Directors of a Public In stitution, as it is calculated to defeat the Ends of Justice; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That from and after Monday next the o2nd Instant, all at present...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold:— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 October 1828

SYDNEY MARKE??TS. I Average price on quantity sold ' j W.Vheat 18s. Stg.-Maize I Is. Od:--Barley 1 08 Oats 0s, Qd.-Fine Flour, 40s. sterling per' 1 lbs.--Seconds do. 37s. 0d--Bread 10d per p1 Joaf.-Potatoes 18s. per cwt-Fresh Buttfe[, Of per lb-Salt do. 28. 6d.-Beef 2s. 84. stone--Mutfon 3s. 4d. do.-Poi?k 4s. '0O - Onions d,' fi er lb,-Fruit dear, Vegetabl do,-Hay £.18, per ton---traw I 15s. N'o. 81 r.eorge Street, Sydhnet. New South'Wu EDItED, P?INXED, AND PIUILISHED BY THE' PROPRIBTOP? ED)WARD SMITH HAl , ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 October 1828

T O COVER this. season, that beautiful ti blood : bay, Colts SLIGO, rising. four years:old. He stands 15- hands high and is allowed by the best judges,, to be the handsomest and the most promising Colt in the Colony. He was got by that famous thorough-bre.d horse Stride, dam out of Go ternor Bligh's Indian mare called Betsey Bligh;: by old HECTOR. .Terms.-Two Pounds fifteen shillings Stg. groomage included. He will stand at the Proprietor's, Mr. Gray of Cabramatta, at Par ramatta, Kissing Point, Field of Mars, Pen nant Hills, Liverpool, Campbell Town, &c. every succeeding ninth day during the sea son. All mares to be paid for on the 20th of January, 189. N. B.--Ahny Gentlemen- wishing 'to send itheir mares to Mr. Gray's paddocks, will have them regularly attended to, at 6d. per w week each mare. SALADIN. . T[HIS pure Persian Horse, lately imported . from the Gulph, will stand during this Sseason.at" the Stables in George Street, ad joiping the South side of the Bank of New S...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 October 1828

Arrivals.-On Wednesday from Two Fold Bay, . brig Ann, Captain Bennett; cargo, '60 tons of oil whalebone, &c. Thursday, the Nereus brig, Captain Rapsey, with a cargo of 55 tons of Sperm oil. The Nereus had been out no more than eight months; and had to put back tO6 port for provisions; sie reports having signalized the Siste'rs and another.whaler; all well. .Same day from Launceston, the WVateqlo schooner; lading, 2,000 bushels of wheat, and 1,634: seal skins. Same day, the flamingo schooner'fimon Launceston'; cargo, 800 bushels of wheat, wool, bhay, skins, and potatoes. This day, the brig Mary li * beth from Port Macquarie; also the Lord Liverpool,. Governor Arthur, and Hunter, from the.Coal Riveri Departures.-On Sunday last, the Bussorah Mer-`; chant, ship, for the Isle of France. Monday, the Caroline, schooner, for Port Dalrymple, and on Thunis day, the Resolution, for the same place; ' r Projected Departures.-This Eveningr the Resoaltiod for Launceston. To morrow the 1Dfn...

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THE RACES AT PARRAMATTA. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 October 1828

THE RACES AT PARRAMATrA. FIRST DAY. The first Race-meeting of the Government Au stralian Racing and Jockey Club, was held on We'dnesday. As may be supposed, the town was all alive on the occasion, as attendance at these races, was considered by all ranks no small proof of attachment to the present dynasty. By noon a pretty large concourse of persons had as sem b.ed, but there was " no note of preparations, till one o'clock, and then the grooms were seen exhibitingthe horses, parading them on the course in their fine clothes. At length, about 20 minutes and 24 seconds after one, the booths gave up their fives and tens, nay some a score, all the knowing ones being obliged to leave their lunch, and to crowd to the starting post to see the horses uncovered, the Jockeys dress and weighed Five horses started for Governor Darling's cup. It was twice:'round the course, the best of heats. They came in the following order. lMr. Lawsons b. c. Spring Gun, ag. 3yr. 1. 1. Sir J. Jamison's c. c. B...

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THE MONITOR. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 4, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 October 1828

Al~lsn ur- ~c---- .. . ... ------ -- ----v SATURDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER- 4, 1828. TriE concerns of the Agricultural Corporation of Port Stephens, do not seem to thrive so well as they did. Among a variety of causes, the principal, doubtless, has been the dro.ught. The sheep, from 15,000, are reduced to 10,000. The cattle and horses are nearly as badly off, but not reduced in number in proportion. Between two and three hundred. fat ,ufllocks, and sQ?e ft qheep have been latelypuc by Mr. John M'Arthur ,of Mr,. Scott' of inter'es River and others, to supply the people with " meat, the C.apahy's bullocks being too lean to slaughter. Of forty acres of wheat at Burrell district, the, seed i.nll 'ot be gathered. At Stroud they' have 200 acres of wheat, unfe9ced. Cattle, the kangaroo, and the drought, have ruined the whole. Mr. M'Arthur is. of opinion, that to plough and sow any more, until the rainy septennial sets in, is an useless in vestment of capital and labour. :And when the rain sets...

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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 — 4 October 1828

DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. VARIATIONS CF TIHERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN THIS MORNING,. 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN TIIE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. S 18th Sunday after Trinity. High Water 40 m. p. 5 morn..--14 min p. 6 c 'E Eveninig. } Sun rises 46 m.p. 5.-Sets 14 m. p. 6. '- i High Water, 46 m. p. 6 Morn.-20 m. p. 7 I Night. HI ,. ( High Water 41 m, p. 7 Morn.-8 Night. 0o II High Water, 15 i. p. 8 Morn. I High WVater, 30 min. p. '8 Morn.- 54 m. p. - 8 Night. ~ New Moon 23 min. p. 10 Forenoon. ~ - H igh Water, 15 m. p. 9 Morn.--37 mi. p. S 9 Night. -_j I H I igh Water, 10 Fornoon--48 m. p 10 Night ThURSDAY ...... 15976 70 N. E. Fine FRIDAY .......... 58174691Do. Do. SATURDAY........ 6476 621Do. Do.' SUNDAY ...... 687972S. E. Do. MONDAY o....... 7087 76 N. W. Do. TUESDAY ......... 72 85 7( Do. Cloudy WVEIJNESDAY...... 72 76 7( Do. Do.

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REX v. E. S. HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 October 1828

REX v. E. S. HALL SUPREME CRIMINAL COURT, MONDAY, SEP-   TEMBER 29TH - This morning, His Honor Judge Dowling took his seat, and the Attorney   General presented an information ex offcio for libel at the instance of the Venerable Thomas Hobbes Scott, Archdeacon of New South Wales, against Mr. Edward Smith Hall, Proprietor and Editor of the Monitor Journal . The information being read, the Defendant pleaded Not Guilty. The libel was as follows. l~To MthArch eaicomi tas Utle subs'eqieii'StarIlp-act; a ,'ie. The Cplotiistsbehete to 'this day, that: Gente! 1a ' would irat hiavie cteinjted suich asidtack ".p sh:e " domtn.f this little Lingdom, but for 1Mr. Scott. 44 $wp-act therefore, crowned the Archdeacon's un . He had been unpopular as Mr. Bigge's t 1a4. The Ltampi-actinmadc him regarded as a mreter enemy t tthe li erties of New South Wales than . Mf'AtArthur hiset ; avd of,?he two, the latter is les unpopular than the Archdedeton Mr. lM'Arthur has awarded to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 October 1828

TO ADVERTISERS IN GENERAL, AND I AGENTS OF SHIPS IN PARTICULAR. ie feelit a duty weowe to ourselves, in regard to the mercantile part of our labours,'to suggest to Ship-agents, Landholders, Mlerchants, Settlers; Pound-keepers; Mechanics, and other Advertisers in the public Jouirnals of this Colony, the superior advan tages of their advertisiug in a weekly paper, over their advertising exclu sively, in Journals, one of which publishes three times a week, and the other twice . For the same price that the Sydney Gazette charges an .advertiser .for publishing his Advertiseiment three times in one week, we carry on his Advertisement to the end of three weeks. Thus, if an Advertiser choose to publish his wishes in two out of the three Journals circulated in the Co lony, let him, (jf he like) choose the Gazette or the Australian for one of the two. But where is the use of his laying out his money in both these Journals, whose rapidity of publica tion brings his half-guinea to com pletionin...

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Hunters River, 30th Sept. 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 4 October 1828

Sir, Hunters River, 30th Sept. 1828 Sir,   The rain during the last fortnight, has altogether     changed the appearance of the people and country. The wheat crops, which were to all appearance burnt up, have now assumed their most luxuriant growth and promise to reward the labour and anxiety of agriculturists. The early wheat, however cannot be reckoned as shewing for more than two-thirds of an average, but the late is in full perfection.   Maize p!anting is going on very fast, and should the present drooping state of the weather continue must be attended 'with the fulfilment of our wishes. The cattle will soon share the general relief, and real fat meat, may be confidently expected about Christmas. Sheep may perhaps suffer by too much rain ; the wet and the new grass trying their con stitution. The Stock of swine is less than has been known for some years, and it may require a season before any quantity of aged meat, can be broug...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold :— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 October 1828

SYDNEY MA1LKETS: r Average price on quantity sold 'l ? Wheat 18s. Stg.--Maize I is. d.-Barley 1 , Oats 0s. Od.-Fine,Flour, 408. sterling p4e , lbs.-Secondq do. 37s. Od-Bread I0d Per loaf.-Potatoes 18s. per ?wt--Fresh Bitt R per lb-Salt do. 2a. 6d.-Beef 2s. 8d4?i stone-Mutton 3s. 4d. do.--Pork 4s. ;i Onions 5d. per "lb,-'Fruit dear, Vege do.--IHay £.8 per ton-Straw I 16s. No. 81.. George Street Sydney New Soutt . EDITED. PRIIT ED, AND PUBLISUED t nY THU l'ROPitIETO, EDWARD SMITH IHALL

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 6 October 1828

. TOuE EDITOR OP THEI MON To Sin, * Mr. Howe,,on Wednesday announced ai e' nary birth and' death. I now send you a neur of the birth, being mole authentic than tlhe ' I shed by Mr. Howe, I having had the p froin the afflicted parehts themselves. " At Parramatta, on Wednesday the lst InsL " first-born of the new Club, set on foot by "mies of Shakespear, prophanity, and licentio "for the promotion of racing, ebk-fightin "other moral, religions, and lhumane'diversion "y'clept, The Australian Racing and o,Jacke ." "The little darling, though a very fine-looking "is unhappily of precocious size, being full of .d spleen, and blue devils. Though nursed and' "ed upon by the first Physician in . theN " 1any, who it is supposed will be ,its Godfate "' illustrious nursling it is said, cannot? ossibl " vive twa seasons." . I have the honour tooremain j your obedient servant, INTRmOeZM. 9

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