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SUPREME COURT. CIVIL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 November 1826
SVPREMhE CO.URT. CIVIL SIDE. TUESDAY.-SPENCE I, V. JEFFEiRils. On a motion. made iin this cause for a new * Trial, a" Rule Nisi wias granted. SPARK, v. JOSEPInsor. The Court ruled that a specific place should be appointed for the custody of Debtors 'inder execution, Hs HONonR had visited the.. Gaol, and found a place which he thought might'be made answerable. KLENSENDORLFFE, V. OAJcEs. The special, verdict returned in' this case, was decided in favour of' 'the defendant. STEDMAN, v. RosE. On a motion to : grant a new Trial, a Rule Nisi was granted. -SoLoyo.N; v. 'MOORE. A new Trial was granted. WVi' cordially join with the Editor of The Gazette, in the' 'propriety of a public subscription being set on foot. to aid 'the respectable family of Dr. Elyard, in the distress brought * on them by their present calamity. "A guinea is a small sum to men of competence-a guinea from five hundred is a sea sonable relief to a family burnt out of house and home, Inn order to feel properly on such ...
DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 November 1826
-~min.- Pet 4. Catbeine.., . i Hig titer,' ~ ~ ii~idt~r~ 5 .,.kiigh Water, 46 min.past 46 Mrning-2O' mn:Ipst4 Dth Sd H t Trrs4Minity }" High Water, 41 'mite IIHigh Water, 30 '-mn..i~ past 8 Morti..-t-54 nluniipast' ONlit. I New Moon, 42 inii. past'9 at Night. ;."ý,: . SISun eclipsed: invisible, begins 4 .miii. past.8Evening, and ends, ati16 ,mn. past midnight. o iath Water, 15 min . past . Maw.- 3 · 1 ast '7Nh ý" I M St. Andrew. :,.., GRDN-Brocoli maybe sown, and Carrots and Parsuijpaspro r 'pagated by d.-the latter, requirces;a t .Carrots -tueiyeuinces is -necessary.. 'STATE 'OF THfl WEATHER DVRXiNG yH1iE LAST:;WEE , ,%yTMt t VARIATIONS. OF TIjE ThF$Rid,?EAR, .TAKENftT7. .MA 12zýM~., EACH.AYk': RESPEC 4IVELV.. Y *ý`' WED: -POURS. R'1FRIDa SAT. 'UC MN X;-26OJ-r-7:' 7 --92 82 90 7ý-;Q 73-7a6 7 fi It . -cool & C r Q ft Hax . t 4ea. ' tnd hot. .ad 'ng; dhied' breezes. ,,Sant,,. .very hot. showers.. Col:'
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 November 1826
SYDNEY MARKETS.' A few small samples of fine Wheat sold brisk at a trifling advance upon last prices. About 400 Bushels of Maize were disposed of in steady terms, no reduction is expected in this article. Twenty-tour head of cattle brought from 31. to 7l. 10s. (Milch Cows with their Calves.) A fine show of Pigs remained on hand-with general nierchandize the Mar ket was poorly supplied; not more than half the usual num ber of dealers attended. BUSHELS OF WHEAT SOLD. 120 at 6s. 35 at 5s. 6d. 44 at 5s 20 at 4s. 6d, 30 at 4s. (the latter samples darimaged) Total 255 bushels. Wheat from 4s. 6d. to 6s.--Average on good Wheat sold 5s. 6d. per Bushel-Maize from 3s. to-3s. 6d.-Butter from Is Gd. to 2d. per lb.-Cheese 1s.-Eggs Is. 3d. tq Is. Gd. per doz. Fowls 3s. to 6s. per couple.--Ducks 5s. to 7s.-Gecse 12s. to 14s.-Turkies 16s. to 18s.--Green Peas 10d. per peck. Potatoes 10s. to 18s. per cwt.-Bread 5d. per Loaf.-Beef 4s. per stone.-Mutton 4s. 8d.-Pork 4s. 8d.-Hay from 61. 10s. to 7l. 5s. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 November 1826
dOVERNMENT ORDER. (No.42.) COLONIAL- SI CRETARY'S OFFIcE, Nov. 21, 1826. . L]'IS EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR is, pleased to ' i . direct, that every, Individual, returning a Con vfit Servant to Government, shall do so through a Ma gistrate; and that he shall also state, under Pain of being debarred from receiving any more Servants, his Reasons for so doing; which Reasons shall be entered o? the Warrant that-accompanies the Convict. so re tiuried. .2. All Superintendents of Convict Establishments are. accordingly hereby prohibited from receiving back any assigned Servant, except through the Medium of a Magistrate, or ,from the. authorised Officers of. Go vernrient: and they are further directed to' keep separate Lists of the Names" of such Persons, as return Men, because they have no' further Occasion for them, or for other insufficient Reasons, and to transmit such Lists Monthly to the Principal Superinte~ndent, by whom they will be laid before the Land Board, for their Guidance in the ...
WE have been requested by a Correspondent to give place to the following critique on WILD NOTES, (We shall give our own as soon as we can find leisure.) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 November 1826
WVe have been :requested by, a Correspondent to give place Sto the following critique on WILD NOTES, FROM THE LYRE OF A NATIVE MINSTREL. (We shall give our' own as soon as too can find ,leisure.) 'WHEN an author gives his lucubrations to the world, how e\ver he may attempt by note, comment, or preface, to concil iate the critic or hush the voice of censure, by indirectly de claring his own sense of their imperfections-yet de facto, he believes them to be in a great 'measure, faultless; and if some envious critic discovdr a few flaws, he imnmediately at tributes the discovery to .in'capacity and ill nature, and to a doe termination to find fault with something. But be an author's ideas on the subject what they may, certain it is, that the pub lishing a work is a challenge of the world's opinion, and its praise or dispraise must depend either on the judgment and good-taste of the commentator, who thus accepts the chal lenge, or, as is too often the a'se, on a splenetic effusion of cap...
THE MONITOR. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 November 1826
THE MONITOR. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1826. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; WE have perused the new conditions on which the Government propose granting Tickets-of-Leave and Emancipations. We consider the scale so severe—so unreasonable—and so impossible, or rather so inoperative in execution, as to amount to mere tantalization. Upon what ground, either of reason or humanity, does the Government claim such spotless behaviour from wretch- ed men, demoralized as we know the convicts to be? Free virtuous English labourers could not perform the con- ditions of this new scheme—how then should convicts? It is no use saying, the fellows ought to be this, and ought to be that; .and that they have a particular duty t0 per- form in submitting to the caprice, contumely, and bru- tality of their Botany Bay Masters, more than if they were free men. Indeed ! why then give up the scheme as a bad job—it is downright folly to expect any thing of the sort from such men—therefore leave the wre...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 November 1826
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. &nbsp; ARRIVALS.—On Sunday the 19th Inst. the goverment Brig MARY ELIZABETH, from Moreton Bay on the 15th—On Monday the 20th the Brig EARL OF LIVERPOOL, Captain Adam Ward, from London on the 2nd of May, and Hobart Town on the 10th. Inst. Passengers Messrs. T. G. Pitman, J. Greenhill, Warren, Loane, Capt. Forbes, Thomas Radcliffe, William Davis, Charlotte Davis and four children. (For lading see manifest in another column.) DEPARTURES.—On Tuesday the 21st the Brig Governor Mac- quarie, for Port Macquarie. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.—The SYDNEY PACKET sails this day for Hobart Town. The CHAPMAN for Batavia on the 26th. The REGALIA for London on the 27th. the Brig GOVERNOR PHIL- LIPS for the Isle of France and the Cutter GOVERNOR ARTHUR for Port Dalrymple on the 28th. Remain in Harbour as last week.
To the Editor of the MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 November 1826
To the Editor of the MONITOB, SIR, I AM a free settler, live Appin, and renti a farm of 60 acres., I have been a .constable this cplony, but after two &nbsp; years' service I resigned. I came to Sydney, yesterday, with a load of 20 bushels of wheat, with the intention of selling it to-day, together with part of a 'ton of' pork brought down by m'e three weeks ago. Last night I took a' merry glass, but no more, with- my friends, which,: as I paid for it, I consider no public offence. I went to bed about ten o'clock, at Mr. Wheedon's, but at twelve, being disturbed by a noisy man, I got up and left the, house, with the intention of going to John Cullen's to finish the night. I 'fell in with constables and talked with them. I arrived at Dillon's, where Cullen used to live, and rapped gently at the door. I sat down while they should answer, and being sleepy, I dosed off at the step. I had not been there long, before three or four other consta- bles- took me into custody. Making n...
Extracts from Dr. Parmeter's History of Australia. A SHORT REVIEW OF SUCCESSIVE GOVERNORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 November 1826
Extracts from Dr. Parmeter's History of Australia. &nbsp; A SHORT REVIEW OF SUCCESSIVE GOVERNORS. THERE is no more pleasing office than that of commemorating the works or actions of our benefactors. WE scan not with a critical eye the motives in which they ori- ginated. The labour would be superfluous. We will take it for granted that beneficent acts are the results of good feelings, aided by the power of good sense; and therefore without further preface pass we to the immediate object of this chapter. THE first Ruler of this Colony has left a name behind him con- spicuous for assiduity and discretion, and surmounting the well- known difficulties which were unavoidably experienced in the first foundation of a settlement on these shores ; and not less remark- able for firmness and justice. His plan of Sydney is well known, and has been acted upon with much advantage by his Successors ; &nbsp; and his publication on this early part of the Colony, is, and per- haps ever...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 24 November 1826
The proprietor of the windmill at the top of Char- lotte place, appeared before the magistrates on Saturday, upon a summons, to answer the complaint of a Mr. C. J. Bullivant, whose child had received a severe bite from a large dog, who was allowed to roam at large unchained. Much altercation and argument, pro and con, were re- sorted to on either side, but the corroboratory voice of divers constables, ejaculating their impressions as to the veracity of the complainant, founded on sore experi- ence, turned the scale against the miller. The injury &nbsp; sustained not being very serious, and a repetition of it subjecting him to prosecution for nuisance, it was hoped would operate as a caution to him. The complaint was dismissed on his paying the expenses. We lament to say, that mortality still pervails to a melancholy extent. The catarrh or influenza, seldom proves fatal to those who have youth on their side. Old age and its attendant debilities in few instances is able to wit...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 December 1826
COMMISSARIAT DEPARTMENT. I.~: COMMISsaIAT -OOrnc, SYDNEY, 17th NOv. 1826. O ONT0RACTS.-Persons, desirous of undertaking to 4 J fuirnish any of :the Supplies at ke.Stations under mentioned, for Six Months,. commencing 25th December .next, are requested to franSinit their Proposals, in Wrtitig, to this Ofice, sealed and -endorsed, " Tender," 'at 12 .o'CIock of'Friday, the' 15th December next. SYDNEY. - (?His Majesty' Troops. : . . " Ditto Ships of.War and Transports. ead The Gaol. 'Fresha Bnn. Hyde Park Barracks. ":Carters' ditto."' r roseFarm. A.PocanjK Hu . Breiiad, Beef oi' Mutttfon, , The Colonial Hospital. and Milk. F- resh' Beef : Prisoners' out of Barracks. Vegetables. The Gaol. egetables. Phoenix Hulk, Unless the Offers for the Supply of Bread and Meat for Sydney, be.accompanied by a Letter from some Person of known :tability, who will engage to enter into a Bond for the 'due FulfJilment .of the Contract, jhey will not be taken Notice of. A PARRAMATTA. His Majesty's Troops. ea...
DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 December 1826
DIART. rMEMMORANDUM FOR TRHE ENSUING WEEK. S"- SUN rises. 55 min. past 4.. , High Water at Port Jackson 10 in the Forenoon 20 min. past 10 Night I S--Sun sets 5 min. pasti 7. High Water, 35 niin. past 10 Morning-48 min. past 10 Si Nigtht; - Advcnt Sundlay" v I u .H. igh Water, l min. 1 past 11 Morn.- 27 min past 11 Nt. tligh VWater, 45 min. pait 1 1 Mrn. Day 14 iours 10 Min. lung, ; I Il'High Water, 1(0 min past. 12 Morn.--3?.mn1. past 12 Nt. rl" r ? High WVater, 6 n. pai: . 1t?lorn.-33 aitn past 1 Aft. Nicolas. ? High Water, 2 Morn.- 28 min. past 2 Aft., S i GattDLN-'l his is the best se.,son for suwing Caul;flow ' [ ers. I each 'Trees should now b t ed thinne their truit [ . wthere it apI'ears too Mtick. T'A'I'TE OF TIlE WEA'IIER DURING TIlE LAST WEEK, wI'r TII lT VARIATIONS OF rull I'iEItRMOMETEIt, TAKEN A'[T 7 A. M. AND 12 .M. EACH DAY ItESPECfIfVELV". W1ED. THURS. FIW). SAT. SUN. O11N. TUE. 70-74 71-75 80--?1 81--5 76--8J 74-756 7-78 Light Clear Hot Very hot Clear I?,1ght Pmea....
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 December 1826
SYDNEY MARKETS. THE returns of Yesterday's Market correspond in most particulars with our remarks for some weeks past. The .Cora trade is unusually depressed .; large consumers finding sup plies from the Derwent exportations, which have been exten sive. A small sample of. fine Wheat realised rather better prices than last week.. Maize was scarce-Cattle sold as' follows--By private contract 47 beasts of all size? fetched 41. 10s. Pigs met a fair demand. BUSHELS OF WHEAT SOLD. 40 Bushels at 7s. 93 at 6a. Total 133--Wheat.from 6s. to 7s. Average on total sold 6s. 3d. per Bushel-Maize 3s.--Butter from18s. 9d. to 2t. 6d. per lb.-Cheese ls.-Eggs is. 6d; to 2s. per doz.--Fowls3s. to 6s. per couple.-Ducks6s 6d'. Geese 14s.-Turkies 15s. to 18s.-Potatoes 12s. to 18S. per cwt.-Fine Flour 16s. 6d. sterling.-Bread. Five pence halfpenny per Loaf.-Beef 4s. per stone.-Mutton 4,. 4d. Pork 4s. 8d.-flay fromin . to 101. 10, per Load. ,,,· i, ,', · m "? ' .. . . . " ' i " -
To the Editor of the SYDNEY GAZETTE. 22nd November, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 December 1826
To the Editor of the SYDNEY GAZET' E. '2ind November, 1826. Sin, I l?A?v read, not without disgust and indignation, the attacks on Mr. Bland. equally unprovoked and invidious, .which .have appeared in tlthe Gazette: unprvcul/'de/, heeat~se the letter of that gentleman, which' is made the plea 6pr those animadversions, ' merits praise, rathler tiltan censure; ---invidious, because palpably emIanatilg froum profebsiollat jealousy; and not from a laudable concerni for the puiºli good.--'lhe subject at issue betweeai Mr Blunl, and his ~onliyflous assaduiat, is comprised in a manr ow ( on:pass. The former, (as it has been asserted, that snakes, au., venonloas .reptiles are unusually numerous this season.) publlished plain and simple directions for counteracting the eil'cts of their pirus, aiClpteri to general coinprehcension, and particularly recoinmenelitig to the attention of pe sons, residentt at a ds tlance firom medical advice.-lf in thlis weil-intended publica tion, he lins mntenio...
ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 December 1826
1.!NGLIi f I C-E LANIEm ° :Tle. oi fisnf y andtnll[ dress El,'for tie relief o. t e5stesd' enfersof Spirafields, took pliace on Friday - .; a Ceiit- G dvý'. Tht ei,? rea ind 6vr atterndedl by one of ,the most.. numerous and splendid ass'emmagies` n li, h w e rea nein. u i , b' . . . hi ve .. . . .- .ed .'6rr . ny. , i rI cc asio??. t'he arrna' ftment, ?ich'ki were of th'd mitost judicious kind, both 'iiternally and without, having e??n or'iiinleted"at an early bott, the Oarriiage begarr to ~?at nt?i e .',clock, ariid long before dieven the hoties i rfetlt crowded. The pi, hawving been covered werf, wls uitd to .the st ;t the uppe ethd of Which Swas erected a liatfori with rows of benches at either dlde, declining to the stage. This' constitutet' the ladies Qri .te centre o-t*,--- --".m. iit --_____- ax. -.J « bocrx, wita a -- caopy over head; covered with crimson velvet, and dftiri~? iited by ai crown.. The sides of the stage, were epmbellihlel'd y itlitraspatirenciesj of " Barois b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 December 1826
J£ELISNG' OAN flEf IR '. ThIRR. PAYNE duly acnowledging :_Me.4li4erdal ?uppr)?s IVI business has inrariably m.et: titeh, begs to ac ruaint Ars Friends and the Public, ithat being nowt.enabled .to make a con .asfirabletreqduct ion. in , tlie.price, of ?li? E , the charge per HogsAhead of 54 gallons, s/hall hene ortiG bb6 41. 10s. and so on in proportion for rall .ugntitaiea s .aoge2 alons ; , h edý tim (hie be.4s to addor tiee ei rfe.I rmantqn .f i4? JQp ers,) to take efect, from and aer.,tX hd, Ai. N. B. Best Flhwoured Rr4m,' Gin, 1 n .e. o they usual terms, in bond, or at th'e ltrellingtoh'W ores. - 18th August, 1826. No 80, Georg;e-S4rekt. ? AVID MAZIERE has ndwv on 'sale it. his 'Stor?e?tt . street. the following Wines in Wood'find Botii :(? Port, very" super16io---Vitittige," 1815 ' azid 1820-LiLadoi Particular Madeira-Cadaval ilock-Teneriffe and Almer. ine, all of which are of the first; quiality.- Also, t Ile of France Suigar-H'son-Hyson Skin and BlacklTea --West. India .Rmri-...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 December 1826
To COURESPONDENTS.-VERITAS is wrell-wtritten, but his suwject is treated in t,,o commonl-plce a manner--his letter is too ftll of truisms, we are' fraid, to edisure the appirobation of the public. A writer must liink ing'eniuswal (or pro Jbund/ly) as well as turn a good period, -bfiore he venture b6fore the public.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 December 1826
AT T. I ERRIS'S, CAlot "a eus GEORGE STREET, PRIME IRISH MESS BEEF, 71. 0a. ;per barrel I Ditto ' Pork , 7 1s. :ditto Ditto ditto . 31. 17s. 9d. half barrel Prime rein deer tongues, 2s. 6d. each Prime Westphalia hams Sugar by the bag, or 11. 13s.' per cwt. Irish butter by the keg, ls.,6d. per' lb. ' Scotch pickled herrings in kegs, at 11. Is. per ktg ' Prime cheese, ex Medora, 2s. 6d* per lb. Negrohead tobacco by the keg, 3s. in bond, 4s. 64 out English soap, at 9;d. per lb. " Dip candles 10d. per lb. Mould ditto 1s. 3d. per lb.,• Valentia raisins, at 2s. per lb. or Is. 9d. by the box Zante currants, at 28. per lb, or Is. 9d. by the box Prunes in high perfection, 13s. per box Candied sugar, in kegs of 701b. weight, at 31. per keg Chrytalised sugar, 31. per keg English table salt Arrow root in small kegs, at is. 6d. per lb. Preserves of every description, jams,-jellies,, and marmalade Excellent bottled port wine Superior Cognac brandy Segars in boxes, 12s. 6d. per box Perfumery of ev...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR, Sydney, 30th of Nov. 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 December 1826
To TILE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR,; Sydney, 30th of Nov. 1826. . SIn, SOME points connected with the death of Private Sudds, of the 57th Regt. having been published in the Aridrrlian of yesterday, in an incorrect manner, I. think it'advieable, in order that the public should not be further misled through the. me-. dium of the Press, to put you in possession of the simple facts of the case ; and though I have thought proper to withhold my signatuere to this letter, I pledge mysef for the accuracy of. its contents. Sudds was sentenced so be transported to a penil settlement after his trial he was taken ill, and was pl?ed in theapartment at the gaol, allotted for the sick-his sentence was commuted on the roads in chains. . On Wednesday the '22nd, '(being then .recovered) he was re moved from the gaol to the. barracks, and put in chains, si milar to those placed on Thompson, and weighing. ea'actly. 131b.-12 oz. * Sudds became ill on Friday morning, when the chains, w.re'. removed, and he wa...
THE MONITOR. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 December 1826
FIiDAY, DIECEMI3LLgR' 1, 1j52G6. IN Saturdays Gazette, the Coommander-in-Chief has published a General Order on the dismissal of the two soldiers iroum the 57th. We deplore the tact that the Goverior 'of this -.c.tensive Braitnst culonii, the most ditticuit to be manageCd on account of its singular populauliol, and still more .singul:ar government, of any under the crown, should be obglte.i to occupy his valuable time with such very min.,r co.icertna as those which usually appear in, military naotices. In our :pimion, the Govecuor of New Sou?lt Walesi and its increasing dependencies, ought never.to loI)k inside the Barracks, nor know that Sydney is at garrrIsnt town. i-e ought to be a civil governor. We ilo taht mention these things as the tault of. General D'arltiig---he only does his dut) -but we certainly deptcdate... ich matters as being his and our joint .nistortuae. Otar G?v:ernor, with the present system of governtmient,' has the most cetmplex and iultilarious duties to perfo...