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BUSHELS OF WHEAT SOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 September 1826

BUSHELS OF' .iHEAT SOLD. 470 at 8s.-326 at 7s. 6l.-l6 2 at Gs 6d. Purchased for Wa terloo and Steam Engine 140 at 6s.-Total 1098 Bushels. Wheat from 6s. to Ss.-Average on total sold 7". 3d. per Bushel. Maize from 2s. 9d. to 3a. Parley, None. utter from 2s. 3d. to 4s. per lb. Cheese Is. 3d. to 1. 6d. Fowls from 3s. to 4s. 6d. per couple. Ducks 49. to 5s. 68. Giese 9s. Turkies from 9s tp 10s. Potatoes from. 14s. to 20s. per cwt. Green Peas 2s. 6d. per peck. Bread 6d. per Loaf. Fine Flour 23:. per cwt. Beef 3:. Sd. to 4s. Id: per stone. Mutton 3s. 6d. to 4s. per do. Pork 4a. 6d. to &s 44. per do. Hay 71. per ton.

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 September 1826

SYDNEY MARKETS. WHEAT was in demand at yesterday's market, and met a brisk sale at nearly last week's prices. Maize was scarce, the small supply produced, was not long on hand. Business generally appeared to have assumed a more lively character. In the cattle-market twenty head of milch cows with their calves were disposed of at a fair rate. Three working bullocks, impounded, were also sold to defray their expences. Potatoes and butter are at1 a high price, and meat continues to be of very inferioq quality owing to the severe Winter.

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To the Editor of the MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 September 1826

To the Editor of the MONITOR. Sin, THROUGH the medium of your paper, ve beg leave to call the attention of the graziers to the Government Order respect ing tickets of occupation; we submit to them the propriety of calling a public meeting to take into consideration the nature and tendency of a measure so directly opposed to the agricul tural interests of the colony. We are, Sir, Your'Obedient Servants. THREE GRAZIERS.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 September 1826

BIRTH.-Mrs. Styles, Wife of Mr. J. R. STYLES, of Argyle, near Lake Bathurst, was lately confined with a daughter, being the third child horn to them in Argyle. Mrs. Styles is a Native of this Colony.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 September 1826

To CORRESPONDENTS.-,-'The' Wetier in tkf( GAZETTEh44 dressed. to the Editor ofthfs Journal, seeidiri be the { roL duction of a narratork of-frets; ahd we shoald Fou.da t CANDOUR therefore thak we hauC ;been imposed upon by " OBSERVATOR" whose Letter was published in our colzumpas efNo. 11, page 83. C Correspondent about Windsor wants to know iwAy lThe Ten ders for Fresh Beef up to the'24th of June, made according to Public Notice, were never'replied to? ANSWER. We suppose Government found on further experience that no Beef was required. A third communication from AN AUSTRALIAN" was. received on Wednesday, Our matter was all bespoke and we have been therefore under the necesuity of deferring it to next week. The letter however is ao OVER-WHELMINo that a week's delay will only enable us to take breath, and see what we can say in our poor defruce, The Sonnet from a lady will appear next week.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 September 1826

N OTICE.--JOHN !fHLTE, generally knowon b' teAr N Dactor .White,- intends prpoeeding over the, Mruntains during the course of the. ehsuing t for Mr:I 6wmaun !f Richmond, in 'rder `to rengritate hils d jkrenflicks' of Sheep; and to prescribe Medicines for those .tu"ivted.. = Address-Mr. Cuff, Richmond, (post-paid.), , W ILL COVER THIS SEASON, art 'a'gle FarmHu . burry Curran, that well-known Entire 'Aradian Horse, YOUNG AfODEL, the property of Cooper and Leiveyt was got by Old Model out- of a Blood Mare from the Cape o.Gobd Hope-is a sure Foal getter. . ( Terms-Two Pounds Sterling. The Money to be paid on or before the 12th of Januviry-netxt. Good Paddocks for Mares at 2s. Sterling per IMeek. W ATERLOO WAREHOUSE.-Whereas the undei.. signed have been in the habit of lending a great many of their Flour Bags, many of which have not been returned, they have come to the determination of lending no more ; , and in order to regain possession of such as have not been returned, they hereby of...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 September 1826

DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. 00 SUN rises, 13 wnn. past 6i. High Water at Port*Jackson, 10 min. past 12 Morn. 36 UNin. past 12 Afternoon. I Nativity B. V. Mary. E., High Water, at 6 min. past 1 Morn.-33 mnin. past 1' Aft First Quarter of the Moon, 49 min. past 9 Evening. Sun Sets 68 min. past 5. 16th. Sunday alter Trinity. ~' -High Water, 2 Morn.-28 min. past. 2 Afternoon, High Water, 59 min past 2 Morn.-32 min. past 3 Aft. ( Iay, 11 hours 40 min. long. E I High Water, 5 min. past 4 Morn.-36 min.jast 4 Aft 1 High Water, 15 min. past 5 orn.-43 min. :past 5 Even I I High Water, 12 min. past 6 Morn.-46 min. past 6 Even Holy Cross. , STATE OF THE WEATHER DURING THE LAST WEEK, WITH THE VARIATIONS OF THE THERMOMETER, TAKEN AT 7 A. M. AND 12 M. EACH DAY RESPECTIVELV. WED. THURS. FRID. SAT. SUN. MON. TUES. 61-62 60-63 56-58 59-66 58-67 60-65 61-67 RAINY. SHOW- . HEAVY FAIR FAIR.. FAIR. FAIR. ERY. RAIN.

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To the Editor of the MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 September 1826

To the Editor of the MONITOn. WJLL you give me leave to speak upon the Drama, for it is a topic of peculiar interest at this time,, while we are' on the point of erecting a Theatre. Abstractedly, it is of import, ance, as a debate, between the professors of religion and the gentlemen of the world. On one side it is asserted, that the' plays, or play-acting, is immoral: the next step usnally, is for the professors to designate their opponents, as slaves to siulul pleasure; and the latter in equal wrath, denounce the former, as. sour votaries of religious mortification and superstition THE assertions on either side are becomiug those that use them-it is very well to take things as they are, to laugh and be merry, eat, drink, and reap all the advantage which the world atlords. There is also an advantage, it is said, an in' comparable advantage, in extending our speculations beyond. 'the source of the presept scene. MR. EDITOR, it is vulgar and ungentlemanly to sneer 4 religion; it is a...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 September 1826

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. ('Cont nued from our last.) MR. BARING assured the committee that it was not his intention to take up more than a few minutes of their time. . Whatever difficulties other gentlemen might have to prove the consistency of their opinions upon this sub ject, he could have no difficulty in' proving that he was perfectly consistent in supporting the clause, though he opposed the measure without the clause. He begged leave to remind them, what was the position which he had taken on the former discussion. He did not con demn the principle of that measure: on the contrary, no gentleman could be more fully convinced than he was, that the circulation 11. and 21. notes was a perfect nui sance-and that with that evil present there could be no dependence on a return to a metallic currency. But his doubt was that they could not, as he then expressed himself, come at their purpose by a direct course " as the croiv -flies." Gentlemen talked of two years as an improbable p...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 September 1826

RSALE, .at Mr. CAWPP LL's Stores, the Cargo of , GREEN TEAS. just landed from the Jane Eliza, direct from Canton, and which will be disposed'of by the Package, at the following Prices : b t P Hyson skiu per chest - - £6. Twankay hyson, per ditto - 7 10s. Hvson, per half chest- 6 10s. Young hyson, per three quarter chest or 501b. net 7 7s. Ditto ditto, per half chest - 5 as. Gunpowderanidknperia liteneaetyboxes perbox 3. 10s. The shippers of the above teas have pledged themuselves as to their superior quality. ALSO, A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF CHINA SILKS, Shawls, Camblets, &c.&c. and 550 bags of brown sugar. Campbell's Wharf. 21st July, 1826, W T DALTON and Co. beg to inform the Public in W e general that they have commenced Business as CABINET-MAKERS, JOINERS, and UNDERTAKERS at their Residence No. 19, Cumberland-street, Rocks, where Orders will be thankfully received and punctually attended to. * N. B. An Apprentice wanted to the above Business. MONITOR PRESS, GEORGE S...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SELECT POETRY. THE CLIMBER'S COMPLAINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 September 1826

SELECT POETRY. - THE CLIMBER'S COMPLAINT. From the " `Climbing Boy's Album,"* just published. BY J. MONTGOMERY. Who loves the climbing boy ?-Who cares If well or ill I be'? . Is there a living soul that shares A thought or wish with me ? I've had no parents since my birth, Brothers and sisters none : O what to me is all this earth, Where I am only one ? I wake and see the morning shine, And all around me gay; But nothing I behold is mine; No, uiot the light of day : N No, not the very breath I draw; These limbs are. not my own; A mister calls me by his. law, My GRIEFl are mine alone. Ah ! these they could not make HIM feel,-- Would they themselves had felt, Who bound me to that man of steel, Whom mercy cannot melt. Yet not for wealth or ease 1 sigh, * All are not rich and great; Many are as poor as I, - ~But none so desolate. For all I know have kin and kind, Some home, some hope, some joy : But these I must not look to find, Wiio knows the climbing boy? The world has not a place to...

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A HISTORY OF THE PROTESTANT "REFORMATION." (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 September 1826

A HISTORY OF THE PROTESTAMT " REFORMATION." (Continued from our last.) BUT you may say, why should any body, and particularly our countrymen, take such pains to deceive us? WIhy should they,for so many years, take the trouble to write and publish books of all sizes, from big folios down to half-penny tracts, in order to make us think ill of this Catholic religion? Now, coy friends, take an instance in answer to this wHY. - The immense property of the Catholic Church in Ireland, in which, wind, the poor had a share, was taken from the Catholics and given to the Protestant Bishops and Parsons. These have 3ever been able to change the religion of the main body of the people of that country ; and thereare these Bishops and Parsons enjoying the immense revenues without having scarcely any flock. This produces great discontents, makes the country continually in a state of ferment, causes enormous expenses to England, and exposes the whole kingdom to great danger in case of war. Now, if th...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MONITOR. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 September 1826

T E 1'ONTI R. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1826. WE are extremely sorry to observe that Government has directed a rent to be exacted for the use of the grass of the native pastures of the Colony as well as for the cedar which grows thereon. We are glad the Governor has left the matter to the Executive Council--he seems to have been aware either of the impolicy or unpopu larity of the tax-therefore in leaving it to his Council be has acted with discretion, We have conceded before, that taxes are now reasonable and necessary in this Colony, that we are willing to pay them, provided they be laid on according to the policy of modern times-i. e., provided they are laid-upon such things as the Colonists themselves would lay, them on, if they congregated together in a House of Assembly. ' WE understand nothing annoys the Government so much as to'call the new cedar-rent a Tax. " Tax. Sir!" says an officer of the highest rank-when you drop the obnoxious word-" Tax Sir !" says one of the best hearted...

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COLONIAL DISTILLATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 September 1826

* *,j: GayONA~ DISTILLATION. Aft, ne~ie in January, 1S21 Mr. Commissioner Bigge hd hisdecretary, Mlr. Scott, invited all colonists intend ing to engage in colonial distillation, to assemble, at Go vern ent House, to hear and be heard on the subject, and -by 7Its EExcellency Governor .Macquarie, and the paid Commissioner, &c.. Among the attendants, were Messrs. Wolstonecraft, G. Blaxiand, E. Riley, E. Eager, W. Redfern, R. Cooper, J. Underwood, James Cobb, E. S. Hall, &c. &c. The conference began, and divers speeches were delivered. by Messrs. Eager, Redfern, Blailand, Cooper, and Hall; all, as the speakers respec tively hoped, very much to the, point. The burthen of" their song, however, was reduction of the duty to as low a. rate as possible. The Commissioner displayed on that occasion, what he so fully demonstrated in his tedious olio, viz. a. minute acquaintance with details and sta tistics, but a gross absence of investigation, and habit of Qomparing idea...

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Theology, Ethics, Religious Intelligence, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 September 1826

%isdoy, 44kv, _ ouf Ueigence, &e. Tna following Sermon having made some noise in Englnid, being applauded by thousands and ventured to be condemned by none, we insert it to ascertain thereon the taste of the people of this Colony. A Sernon plewachedL aC Appleby on Friday, Aug. 12, 1825, before Sir John Bailey, and Sir John Hullock, His Ma jesty's Judges of Assixe, on the Northern Circuit. By the Rev. C. Bird, A. M. Rector of High Hayland, in -the County of York. " Think not that I aril come to send peace on:Earth; .1 came not to senm peace, but a sword."-Matt. x. 34. 'STRANGE consequence this to pronounce of the mission of the Prince of Peace, that he came to send a sword upon earth. Strange declaration, too, for a founder to give of his own institution! Men do not usually disparage their own projects by a prospectus of their evil consequences. If. they offer you bread they do not call it a stone, nor if they hold out to you a' fish do they term it a Serpent. No, this is no ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 September 1826

o[s r ;4ýý:ý ''f.. w.... -_.!r: Df T i ELIGN." y pears quirter master of :the 3:. ~gint~utT w wxp sud nmy summon~ed efrom this sfblu-narnrspyhere nl~idaY /r1iring lasty?, He had long laboured under a pulmonary affliction, and on the morn ing of his dpathh had just rose from table: after eating a hearty breakfast, and'. waling to the-wmidow, dropped -oowni and instantly cxpired. The deceasedFwas greatly 1steetned in the regiment to which he was Mtta'ched. THE last oblsequies were perfortned . on Suuday last' over moih niortal retnrains of the above' gentleman. A grand military cavalcade proceeded ;at the hour of three in the a'terioon, from the residence of the deceased, along G urge-street, to the new piece of grdund contiguod'I to the' Carter's Barracks, apportioned as the eriathetery: of the"member& of the Scots church. Tile fuineral; was attended hby. the 'largest concourse of spectators, we remember, to have ever witnessed oitriiiilhrr -occasion:. 'Lieutenant Col. Shadfo...

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To the Editor of the MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 September 1826

To the Editor of the MONITOR.   SIR, _ As you appear an admirer of the domain and its solitary walks, and as you give way to a touch of the sentimental ro- manesque, permit me to hand over one of my sister's chiaro oscuros upon the subject, as she seems to feel the truth of a well-known quotation, that the wretched derive consolation from the rehersal of their afflictions. W. L. C. SIR, BEING of " such stuff as dreams are made of," I am afraid to set down my story ;—not that I could bring myself to re- late the ten thousandth part of what I have suffered —it cannot be. My fear is, that in a brief fragment like the present, you. will be repelled by the querulous, stuped prosing, I am drawn to indite. There was a time, believe me if you will, when I could neither write amiss nor speak amiss ; in the fabled lan guage of my admirers, my pen was dipped in Parnassian ink, every idea was a jocund image,—letters, lines, sentences, one silver stream of vivid reflection, and manu...

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SUPREME CRIMINAL COURT. FRIDAY, SEPT. 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 September 1826

SUPREME CRIMINAL COURT.     .... - FRIDAY, SEPT. 1. Patrick Ford, of Liverpool, free labourer,was indict- ed for burglariously entering on the night of the 27th of June last, the dwelling-house of Charles Throsby, Esq. of the same district, and stealing sundry property there- from - the prisoner pleaded Guilty. Felix M'Clinton, also of Liverpool, free labourer, was also indicted as an accessary. after the fact, to the above robbery - Not Guilty. Richard Johnson, John Jennings, and Richard Carter, prisoners of the crown, absentees from the Bathurst sta- tion, were indicted for stealing 52 sheep, the property of Mr. Robert Fitzgerald, of Bathurst, on the 21 of June last---Not Guilty. The same .prisoners were again indicted on a second information, whereby they were charged with stealing 3 horses, the property of Mr. John Nudale, of Bathur st, settler, on the .18th of June.- Guilty, Remanded. SATURDAY, SEPT. 2. Thomas Galvin was brought up this day to receive ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 September 1826

N ORDER. (No. 35.) COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, SaP. 5, 1826. REGULATIONS FOR THE GRANTING AND SALE OF LAND. H IS EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR is pleased to notify, that the following REGULATIONS, in Further a`nce of His MAJESTY'S Instructions, for the Disposal of Land; have been established; until HIs MAJESTY'S Plea sure -ball be known : I. Persons, desirous of obtaining Land, will address themselves to the Colonial Secretary, who will furnish them with the established Form of Application. When the GOVERNOR shall be satisfied of the Character and Re spectabilityof the Applicant, the Colonial Secretary willbe jnsbructed to furnish im with a Letter to the Land Board, in Order.tbat the Amount of Capital, which he can Com imand, may be ascertained. Stock of every Description Implements of Husbandry, andother Articles which may be applicable to Agricultural Purposes, are to be considered ,as Capital, as likewise any Half-pay or Pension which the Applicant may receive from Governs'ient. - 2d....

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SIR THOMAS BRISBANE AND THE ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 15 September 1826

SIR THOMAS BRISBANE AND TIHE ADDRESS. THit good folks of Edinburgh, who once on a time abused our late Governor, have had the good sense to allow that THE COLO NISTS are better judges of his administration and personal charac ter than themselves. On reading our Address to him, one o0 their cleverest Editors says, " it describes the political acts of the go vernment on the part of the distingnished individual to whom it was presented in a manner which redounds greatly to his cha-. , racter as an important Ruler, and to his credit as an enlightened " Statesman.--Long as the document is, WE GIVE IT AT FULL " LENGTH, since it must prove not only highly gratifying to the. " friends of Sir THIIOAS BRISIBA.NE, but interesting toour Readcrs, " as throwing some light on the state of political Society in New '" South Wales, and exhibiting, IN A REMARKABLE DEGREE, the " freedom and boldness with which the Inhabitants of a British. "C Colony can address the Representative of their Sovereign."

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