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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 October 1828

SALE BY AL'CTIJON BY MR. ROBERT COOPER. On "'tesday; the 29th of October, 1828, at .12 o'Clock, precisely, at tie -Market-. Sydney. Tr HE andermentione4 remaining valuable I Stud of Horses, Brood. Mares,. &c. the 1'roperty of Ma. IItRavY BAYLEV,who leaRes the Colony imm:-diately for England. 1st. Australian, a b. h., .5 years "old, site old Model, d. by Hector, K. d. by Rock ingham, own brother to Vesta; Australian won the 2 year old stakes, 1825, beating trwo others. In April 1827, (being then, 3 years old) he wpn. the sweepstakes of 5 guineas each, with 25 added, beating'eix others; and on te following day he won, carrying 8st. It Ib:'Td himndicap sweiepst,;kes of -5 guineas, with 10 guineas added, beating three others. At Parramatta, in October 1827, he won the ladie's purse-of ?5'guineas, 'and 'on the fol lowing 'day the promoter's plate of; 50 gui neas, carrying 9 stone'10 lb. beating easily the celebrated Windsor horse. Sctatch, and distancing three others; the same da...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 October 1828

.NOTICE.-tlaving this dtay furnished our :'.tNewcastle and Bat-huist friends with their bills i-.for the third time, wre beg" to inform them, that. ,".if they. are not discharged in the :course of a few weeks, we must resort to the Court of Re quests.to jog their. memnorces for us, which to say the least is a disagreeable and expens ve. mode of refreshing me,'s, recollections. GOVERNMENT (TICE. Colonial Secretary's Ofice, Oct.. 23d, 1288 LAND. :1 . Ir'HE individuals who obtained lands as .. purchased, previous to .the, depar ture of the late Governor, but' who have not .et'paid :for the lands so obtained, are hereby informed, that the 'folowing modification of the terms has been recommended to His Majesty's Government, that is, instead of the parties paying up the fill some of five shillings, per acre,: ecordingtp the conditions on which they received.the lands:in question_ an annual quit' rent of two pence per acre be substituted, (which' is the interest on three shillingsaand four...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 25 October 1828

:. PROCLAMATI ON n &celkj D ttnatf Jneral I RalpfrDarling - Commanding Hiss. Majest Fs rc~;,, Captaiu General and Governar..in.. Chief of the 7erri aory of New South t ales and its Depetnden dies, and Vice A4dmral of the same, 6e. ic. 4fc. ItWTHEREAS in e:xerci°es of the power and author-. V V ityveinted in the Governor of the Colony of New SOnth Wales, by an Act of .Parliament, passed in the A9th 'year of the reign of His late Majesty, King George the Third, and by two other Acts of Parlia ment, passed in the third vnd fourth yearo of the reign of Ilis present Majesty respectively, to impose and levy certain rates and duties upon Spirits made in the Colony,. and upon Spirits, Tobacco, and all Fo reign Goods, Wares, and Merchandize, imported into the said Colony,- a proclamation was issued by the .Governor, on the 25th day of October, 1825, ordering and directing the levying of the several and respective rates and duties which are therein specified, and which Have continued ...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 October 1828

Arrivals.--On Thursday, the Currency Lass, f Port Dalrymple ; cargo 700 bushels of wheat. Pse senger Mr. Lang.-On Friday, the ship Magnet, frog London via Hobart Town, cargo sundries.-Also 1' Columnbia, from London, cargo sundries. Departures.-On Sunday the 19th, the BengalMjr chant and Arab, for Batavia. On Friday the Jo? Bull' and Courier, for the Sperm fishery. Projected Departures.- On Monday, the Lord Liiv pool, for Newcastle. Same day the Flamingo, for the' Isle of France. On Tuesday the Cleopatr , fortI~, isle of France. On Thursday the Currencg Lass,ftor Port Dalrymple. Same day the L od Rodney, or, I-obart Town. The Caroline for London, via Isle of France, on 2nd Proximo. i - - , , I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 October 1828

SUMMIER WtlNE. " Champagne of superior quality Chateau M1eargaux Ditto ILarose Clarets ; Good -' Vin Ordinaire" Light flavoured Bucellas Aluicerinm Cadova tIock Light White WI j Santerne M arsalla A choice assortment of Ports, Sherries, and Mladeiras. No. 3, Pitt-street. J. S. ItARRtISSON1.

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold:— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 October 1828

t SYDNEY MARKETS. . Average price on quantity sold .W: Wheat 18.. Stg.-Maize l ls. Od.-Barley lOs; Oats Os Od --ine Flour, lOs. sterling per O lbs.-Seconds dd. 37s. Od-Bread 9id per 21b, loaf.-PotatoeUs 20s. per cwt -Fresh Butter 3 per l--Salt do '2s. 6d.-Beef 2s. 8d. pe strlnc--Mutton 3s. 4d. d(o -Pork 4s. Od Onions 5d. per .b.--Fruit dear, Vegetabli do,-lay £.17 per ton-Straw 1 10s. 1MIERCHANDISE. lryson tea, per half chest of 32 lbs. £7 Os Od.-d Open green £6 Os -Sugar' by.the cwt. 44 lb.-Brazil tobacco by the basket 2s. 3d. per 1 Negiohead per cask 3s, 9d per lb.-7,Soup by't cwt. ld. per lib.-Foreirn proof rum by the, gaullons I Is. 6d per gallon.-Gin 14s.--Bra dy 15ia. 6d Colonial made spirits 10s.-Cap' wine 5s. Od. per aulion. Red 3. 6d.-B1Io Raisins 6d. per lb. by the box. No. 81 Geoge Street JSydney New 8ouSt R EDITED. PRINT ED, AND PtBLI8EBND, BY THE PROPIIETUP, EDWARD SMITH HALL.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 October 1828

We begtao. igiin. oursw.Subribers' obtrk -cS'ewuou-a *d country, they must corisider the delivery of their News. papers. by us ta't/he Post-,meater in Sydney ds regarilt our friep{ds up, the counlrry, and to ¢ur news-carrier. as regards. our friends in Town, a valid delivery, to thes in law respectively; the .same as if pgut isto .teir own handr. Subscribers who do not receive their opapers regularly, are requested to complain to, us by letter; (post paidl and, as far as we can, we.will reinedy the evil. But we will not be dnswe'rible for the delivery of ou: Journal in a more 'ekktaatl man 96er than thus sq fiuArl: This ,is the .condition on ,which we sell our Journal, and of which we /areby request all Lour Sub.scribers to take notice. The public, are cautioned to pay no money, normake any? settlement on account of the Proprietor of this Journal,. withrour, demuanding a . IYP!N TE D receipt signed by him/? in his own proper hand writing. Money paid on his account without such recei...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS.—Advertisements sent to this office m[?]st specify on the face of them the number of times they are to be advertised, otherwise they will be continued until countermanded. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 October 1828

To CORRESPONDENTS.-.,dnertiemeZnts sent to this ofice m.~wt speciy1 on the face of then the number if tim?es they are to be advertised, otherwise they will be continued until counwtermanded. Several letters addressed to us, are lying in the Post Office, but not being post-paid we cannot draw theIm.| MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. VARIAIIONt CIF TISERMOMIETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 A' NOON, AND 5 IN TUE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. I J 21st Sunday after Trinity. I I lhigh Water 5 m. p. 10 morn.---25 min p. 10 c II, Night. I j Sun rises 25 m. p. 5.-Sets 35 m. p. 6. S?Ij High Water, 45 mi. p. 10 Morn. 11 Night. S Highn Wiater 16 m, p. 11 Fo.enoon.-35 .u. 11 Night. ; Ij~ High W ater, 56 im.p. 11 Forenoon. t High2 After, 29 in. p. 12 Morn.-46 m. p" High Water, 15 m. p. ,1 Morn.--55 rmin. Fai I p. 2 Afternoon. Last Qnarter of Moon, 39 min. p. 2 Aft. "-+ High Weater, 30 min. p. 2 Morn.-ti mm. p. c I 3 Afternoon. TaIonUIAY...... 58172:68 N. E. TFair F A'RoAY.........

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(Domestic Intelligence continued.) POLICE OFFICE, SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 October 1828

(Domaestic Intelligence continued.) POLICE OFFICE, SYDNEY. MASTER AND API'IRNTICE.--The master of an ar ticled youth for a stated number of years, complained of his eapprentice for that ^he refused on a Sabbath day, tokhttend Saint James's Church when desired. The master said that the lad was sober, honest, and a good workman at his trade,.but then he would take Sunday afternoors to himself, and not abide by the regulations of his family, which were, that the ap prerltices should attend Church every Sunday morn ing, return home to dinner, then if they pleased, they .might take a walk for a coupie of hours, but bs in time to attend Church at afternoon service, to come straight home from Church Aind remain in. doors'till -the time that evening devoto;ns at St. James's com menced, afterwards to return home and retire to bed. These rules the lad in question would only partly comply with, though in other respects he kept good hours.. " Ma fogistrate.- Pray Sir, are these rules you talk o...

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Dabee, Sept, 10, 1828. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 October 1828

12Da3b Sept. 10, 1826: -;:: To THi EDITOR OF.TiHE MONIT9r, SI R, Perhaps' you may think' the Zndeirnietionod statement worthy of publicity in your 'joti ial, as it will exhibit to the authorities the erroneaus £onstruc tion which overseers and others pla9 aUpon.. tle Im pounding Act. - About the 23rd of August, tm over seer named Newland, in the employ of Mr. Edward Cox and Mr. John King, found a quantity of 'Mr. Fitzgerald's sheep upon their wheat, about .seven acres, and immediately ordered three men to drive them to the pound, a distance of seventy miles, without having ascertained their number, or acquainting. any. of Mr. Fitzgerald's men regarding the circumstance, although they were within two miles of Mr. F's fxrtt. After they ha I proceeded fifty miles they were met.rby Mr. F's overseer, John Barker who requested they would deliver the sheep over to him, as he would'bo come responsible that the amount of darmagd should be paid, and not to drive them to the pound, as that; mu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 October 1828

PROCLAM ATION. BfIR rEsilter y Lieu'st Gant #erel Ralph Darling SCCoanmantdiag 11 His lajeuDfs Forces,. Captain, General and Governor in Chief of the ' erri S bry- of New- South WIales and its Dependen dies, and Vice A4d rat of the ame, 4c. tc. 4c. "WTHEREAS in exerwise of the-power and author .VV' ity vested in the Governor of the Colony of New Stouth Wales, by an Aet of Parliament, passed in the 94bth year of the reign of His late Majesty, King g4eorge the Third, and by two other Acts of Parlia Gnent, passed in the third and fourth years of the reign of His present Majesty respectively, to impose and levy certain rates &aid duties upon Spirits made in the Colony, and upon Spirits- ToIbaco, and all Fo reign Goods, Wares, and Mercha,:dize, imported into the said Colony, a proclaimation was issued by the Governor, on the 25th day of October, 1825, ordering - and directing thel~rvying of the.sqveral and respective rates and dutirqwhich bare therein,,specified, and which have c...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 October 1828

To THIE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. SIR, Parramatta, Oct. 13th 1828. THE " sham post" goes on here very badly. Some borly told we a month ago, there tecre letters lying for me in the Olice. From that time to this, I have sent every other day for them. Sometimes no one was in the office to cive an answer. At other titles, the messenger was told, after being kept a full hour, that there were letters, but the Barrack men had tht in. Once the messenger brought word back, that the Constables had theum. At length I got a lawyer's letter from the writer of the letters. I suspected (as was the fact) that this was in consequence of my not answering them. I sent once mote, being abolt the twelfth time, for the letters, with orders to the servant not to leave the office till he got thein. After'waiting three ho irs, a Constable drew them out of his pocket. I learnt from them, that a writ would follow the law yer's letter, unless the :ontents were acknowledged. Thus through the state of -the Post he...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 October 1828

.Thearticles to he dolivcred at the (onllnissarsat Stores, Sydney, in such quanttities "auli t a.such tijbcs as may be required. IThe Biscuit to be equal.in qu-:ity to a sample to tbe seen at this olfie, aitia tiii outer articles to be of unexceptionable qu?tity. The tenders must specify the price per gallon, imperial measure, deinaided ror the Oil. The value of the ca ks,packcagts, or bags, in 'which any of these articileti miay tie delivered, to be included in the price (iiari 'ded. PERSONS, desirous cf suppying for' the public service, suc h q;anttities of ARROW RO'OT, SUGAR, TEA, and RICE, as.may be required for twelve months, from the 25th Dccemi,ec next, are ?qiar.ted to transmit their Tenders in writ.ii, to this ofice, sealed and endorsed accordingly, pt t2 o'clbk, on Tue:sday. the 18th November next, acboinpanied by sam ples of the articles. The articles to be delivered at the Commnisariat .Stores, Sydney, in such iqu tntities and at such :times as may be requimred, .tistl a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 October 1828

SALE BY AL'CTION .BY MR. ROBERT COOCPEtt. On Tuesday, the 2S;h of October, 1828, at 12 o'Clock ptecisely, at the Market Sydney. r11'?1E undermentioncd remairiin valutabl: Stud of lHorses, ir.,od Mares. &c. the Property of MRit. IIhxSa, .%LL.E' lV, WHO leases the Colon); imu .dia.tel'y f.;" En?ilarad. 1st. Australian, a I. h. 5 years old, sire old Model, d. by li:.ct.,r, ,r. d. by locrk i-tghain, ov.n Lrother to 'Vesta; Au.Itr:alian won the 2 year old stakle-, 1x25, bteating two otherv. In April 1827, (bwina thcu 3 )ears -old) he won Ihe sCeeptstakes of 5 gt~iineas eiiub, with 95 added, bca tit,?,;six others ; and :-o Ithe ftlowing day he wo ?, carrying g t. Ilb. the handicap sweepst:akes of 5 guineas, .with 14) guineas ad-ied, beating three others. At Parramatta, in October 1897, he won the .ladie's purse of 15 guiintas, and on the tol lowing day the pronoter's plate of 50 gui neas, carrying 9 stone 10 lb. beating easily the celebrated W\'indsor horse Scratch, and distancing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 October 1828

.FflO Cover during, the, remainder of th, J.Season, at Hoare Town,. the Estate of Dr. Douglass, on the Cow Pastures, that ce lebrated tborough-bred English Blood Horse STEELTRAP, the sire of spring-gun and 4elI Gw.ynne, the winners of .the produce and'other stakes at the last meeting of the Turf Club S''TEELTRAP, for size, bone, 'adsyfmminetry, is not eagalled by any Blood Hors- ever imported into the Colony. He -will be: limited to fir?y mares this seas,nm. and the Proprietor will supply half of this aumber himself. Terms-"-*f 'sta. Groomage' included. Good Paddocka for Mares gratis. ZI. B. Spring Gun was also the winner of the Govern-ir's Cup at the late races at Parramatta. . -WARRIOR. - W ILL Stand this season at Mr. John stone's Estate George's River, sire by Regent, dam by an Indian Mare, stands 16 bands high, is a bright chesnut, with great strength bone and docility. Terms three pounds Stg. groomage in cluOdd. *.,,v..o nn +'e 1q- Januarv 1829. '1-v u?u it, 'Li'ti SEASON, AT ...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1828 [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 October 1828

MONDAY, OCrTOBER 27, 828 THE proclamation of the GovErnor, increasing the lduties on tobacco and spirits, has excited a. good deal of attention in Sydney. Of pleasure among son m, and dissatisfaction among others. We, as usual, are among the nmal-:olitents. 'THa first and chief cause of our dissatisfaction with this proclamation, is, the beiiig reminded by it of the degradation of the Colonists; who, though according to Mr Huskieaon, possessing as their ".birthright," the privilege'of taxing them selves, are nevertheless obliged to submit to be taxed at thepleasure of one man.. The Governor however is not to blame for. this. He is bound to act upon the powers in vested in him, to the best of his judgment. ThIerefore we blame not him. But we do blame IH. AM. Ministers, who could deliver up the purses of H1. M. free subjects in Ne}v South Wades, into the hands of one man, and direct him. to take such sums thereout as he might think proper. Such power we verily believe was never given ...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 October 1828

EN GLi H1 -MISCELLANIE . IJITER1F-W F BY COUNsEL.--4)r. Lushiligton, in `the course of his speech bhad occasion to comment on rthe circumstance 'of a draugbt fort a??4m of money bearing date a day posteriort to that op which the wit Smeses on his behalf i atted it 'to hard been .signed by 'the testatrix; and he observed, that nothing was more common than for- a person to; post-date a draugbt when it was signed late in the day.. " I am sure, Sir,". said thq learned advocate, "when I sign an opinion late on Saturday night, or between that and Monday iioi ning, I always date it on the Monday." 'Sir J. Nicholl--You never date It on the Sunday?. Dr. Lushington--Oh, never on the Sunday. " ;.D). Lee here rose, and remarked that it was highly " juproper'that the court and counsel should cut jokes J .:b?? tler in.a case of sch importance as this, involving .q ~ stions` of fraud and perjury. He was justified in akihngthlris remark as amicus curie. ,Di:. Lushington desired he might not be inte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 October 1828

NOTICE.--Having this day furnished our N?ewcastle and Bathurst friends with their bille. i-foi the third lime, we big to infobrm them, 'that if-theo are not discharged in the course of a ,few weeks, we pmeut resort to the Court of.. Re 'guests to jog their memories for us, which to say the least is a disagreeable and expens ve modeof refreshing me','s recollections. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Ofice, Oct. 23d, 1288. LAND. 1. ?T HE individuals who obtained lands as . purchases, previous to the depar ture of the late Governor, but %,ho have not yet paid for the lands so obtained, are hereby informed, that the following, modification of the terms has been recorimended to His Majesty's Government, that is, instead of the parties paying up the full some of five shillings, per acre, according to the conditions on which they received the lands in question an annual quit rent of two pence per acre be substituted, (which is the interest on three shillings and fourpence at five pe...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 October 1828

Domestic Intelligence         Lieutenant General Cole has by this time arrived . at the Cape as (Governor in the room of the beloved and patriot;ic Lord Clharls Somerset. Lieutcr.an General Sir Charles Colville is now Governor of thbe Isle of France. There is a omnour afloat that Melville Island is to be abandoned. The new Court--house, though an immense time'" completing, is a rmost conntmodious building for the pIrpises to whic:h it is appropriated. Mr. Harris's ro tillda and geometrical sttLir-case, are, it must be allowed, a vast improvement to the arrangements above' stairs, whether utility or beauty be considered. Every thin; is now coamm?dious, and there is nothilg but what is pleasing if not elegant. The Officers of our Courts arc all accommodated in a most efficient manner. We understand the first field of wheat will be cut next week at the 1'iawkesbury, and that new wheat will be in the miarket this day fortnight. The ves...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold:— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 1 November 1828

SYDNEY' ,MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold : Wheat 15s. Stg.-Maize 9s. Od.-Barley 10e. oats Os. Od--Fine Flour, 40s. sterling per lbs.-Seconds do. 36s. 0d-Bread 9jd per1 loaL-Potatoes 20s. per cwt -Fresh Batter per lb-Salt do. 2s. 6d.-Beef 2s. Sd. stone-Mutton 3.. 4d. do.-Pork 4s. O Onions 3d. per lb.-Fruit dear, Vege do.-Hay £.17 per ton-Straw 1 lOs. No. 81 44ergt Street ' Sydney New SouthW1 3D1Y851, PlUNKED, AND PUBLISHED, DY THE PROPRIETOP, EDWARD SMITH HALL.

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