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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 August 1828

{ERSONS "dWgir'oudsf o eodiong Subscribers, wlfDalrs Iend th'eh naines to, Mn. A .RTHU Id. u t Ootf hiGown' Ina, Castlereagh'street, ydniey tiar k. ffiý. A ,•ics. I.-CHILD. HIGoGN. R. 3 IBLAXLAND Jun. begs to inform his c (toin'ers, that he has been ad ued bly i.e' Father to close. the retail busi es, : 'eid= ,collerct the debts owing to him E ith nll podsible' despatch. Ha e therefore pes'thti1 his 'riendst (when their accounts m to fnlfil the wishes of Mr. Blaxiand Sen. orgetreet, 'Sydney, Aug. 4, tlereagh28. TRH, SYDNEY MONITOR. U.SCRIBERS, to this Journal residing at Baturt, Argyle, and Jun bter's River, e hereby i Otbrmed, that this Journal can t be transii8o ted;to them after Christmas. xtl iulesg previously to.ethat period, they ocuresth??e'hs '.gagement of hsome House Iderei ) lydny, to pay for. the same at the d of. 1ery quarter. . ree, HUDSON, .: ThLIt AND COMB 1 MANUFACTURLER, Wholesale and Retail, 1o. 5o GEORGE STREET. HU UDSON begs to return his sidin S ereby, thanks o ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 August 1828

SALEE BY AUCTION. BIY PUBLIC AUCTION, wi.ihout -the i least Reserve, on Monday, the 7th' of September, and following days ; the Wholef of the present extensive STOCK IN TRADE", Of the Emu House, George Street, as thbe Proprietor is about removing to his new lIe sidence. CONSISTINO OF A large and choice assortment of millinery, hosiery, baberdashery, linen drills and jeans, black and' drab bats, staw bonnets, ladies' and childrens' shoes, a large quantity of Day and Martin's" blacking. ell and "yard wide prints, muslins, supertine cloths, bhverteens, and velveteens, a gent variety of slops, a few kegs of negro-head tobacco ; an, extensive assortment of "glawe, breafast and tea dets,'. dinner, desert' and sandwich setts of china,. A large quantity of old stores and ship beds, Five pipes, and ten quarter-pipes of 'wine,* slightly damaged; with other articles tdo nu niurous to mention, suitable for-deaTers. CONDITIONS OF SALE.-Purchases under £20 Cash-from £20 to £40 two months- from £4...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 August 1828

To Tm. EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. SIR .THiE Shoal Haven Police Magistrate, resides forty miles south of this settlement instead of 4 milcs, mentioned by the lllawarra Settler in the Monitor of tije llth Inst. THA KS to the Government and this Gentleman, they ha erdiercd our only Constable to reside in fu-. ture at SIhol Hanrf; so .that whenever we require his assistarice, we Will have only forty miles to send for hil?i surely this is wisdom. I HAVE seen Mr. M'Arthur's establishment at Cam den. I have also seen Mr. Berry's estate at Shoal Haven, there is no comparison between the two places: MR. M'ARTHUR'S establishment is far more ex tensive than the latter Gentleman's, notwithstanding' which, Mr. M'Arthur requires not the assistance of thirteen soldiers and four Constables to maintain subordination; and yet he is a Council-man as well as Mr. Berry. , NOThnNoG would give the Inhabitants of this district more real pleasure, than again to see their late much respected and active. Commadan...

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(Domestic Intelligence continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 August 1828

(Dounesfi Intelligencq contipued4. VRIMINAL- COURT CONTINUED.- WEDN WsmY.. 'hardotte Peby (a young marjed: woman .abot i_3' years of age) was indicted for stealing in the dw~el,. liug house of William Sibley at Sydney, one pr?e, missory: note for the payment of 101. and another prol. missory note for the payment, of 5i. and two othert promissory notes for II. each, ill due and unaptikfige?. the property of the. said William: Sibley. " -a .James Kelly, a Constable diposed, that 'e.the ' laid in 'the'indictment, he was' falled upoa' the@ o secutor, to go with hinm to bit hou ýttig ýt , u h :1g ··':

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. Sydney, August 25th, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 August 1828

To THE EDITOR Or Tru MONITOR. Sydney,.August 25th, 1828. HAVING observed in your last paper a few re marks on the 73rd Regiment, I' must say you have not given them the merit due to them, as you are an old hand in the Country. I should like to know who made Sydney Streets and Hawkesbury Road ? and also who helped the Settlers to reap their hare vests, and put in their crops, not forgetting the pay-. master's bills? and likewise who were the beginning of building decent houses and helped to build the Gene ral Hospital, and paying 16s. per quart for rum ? This did all help the Colony. Then the race course, and our Colonel one of the foremost Subscribers, and though a father to his Regiment, he 'was as kind to the p3ople and good to the prisoners. And after all that was done, Scrjcant Mlorrough was killed in Yoirk Street. I aum an old hand, let old things rest; for if old grievances were thrown in peoples faces', things might not look quite so well. l am, Sir, Your obedient servant, AN...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Average price on quantity sold :— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 August 1828

SYDNEY MARKETS:" Average price on quantity sold : Wheat 15s.--Maize 1. Od1.-Barlby 0s9.Ost Os. Od.-Fine Flour, 37s. sterling per 100' lbs.--Seco;ds do. 27s. Od-Bread 9d. per 21b. loaf.-Potatoes 17s. cwt per --Fresh Batter4s. Od per lb-Salt do.. 2s. 6d.-Commea (Theese Is. 3d.-Rankin's do. s. 9d.--Eggs 3s. 04., per doz.-Fowls 4s. 6d per couple.-D)ucks 5 Geese, 89. per couple.-Turkics 10s. per do. Onions '3d. per lb.,-Mutton 6d.--Pork 7d .-Salt Pork by the Joint 9, -Beef. pe' lb by the quarter, 3d ; per Joint, 5d.- Ve 8d --Orang s, Is. per doz.--Hay £.20 P 1 ton- Straw 40s. per load. ,No. 81 George. Stree. Sydney N.Yew Sowt EDITBD, PRIN1 ED, AND PUDLISHIED,' BY THU PROPRIUTTOQW =EWARD SM TI , HALL . o .

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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 — 30 August 1828

. EMORANDUIAX FOiR THE ENSUING AVEEK. "VARIAtIONs' C' THERMOMETERs, &C. 'lC. TAKEN AT 7 IN THIu MoRNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY.? I 13th Sunday after Trinity a I e Highl Water 56 m. p. 11 Morn.--' I I Sun rises 27 m..p. 6 Morn.-Sets 39 in'p. 5. High Water, 20 in. p. 12 Morn.-46 in. p. 2 I - Aftternoon. Last Quarter of the Mooin, 43 m. p. 2 Aft. 1; I High -Water 15 m p. 1 Morn.-55 in. p. 2 C! Afternoon. MI1 . High Water, 30 m: p. 2 Morn.,-6 m. p. 3 IAfternoon. ?II · High Water, 33 in. p. 3 Morn.-5 m. p. 4 E ' Afternoon. I High Water, 36 in. p. 4 Morn.--8 in. p. 5 | Afternoon. ~j High Water, 40 m. p. 5 Morn:-14 m. p. 6G Evening. TIURSDAY ........ 5967'65 S. Fine. FRIDAY.......... 62170 65 Do. Cloudy. S TURDAY... ..... 62 65 60 Variable. Do. SUNDAY ........ 60 72165 N. W. Vine. MONDAY ........ 55 67j65 Variable. Showery. TUESD&Y ........ 65 69 67 Do. Fie,. WENeSDAv...... U60 70165 West. \Wild & Clear.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 August 1828

THE ESTATE of     WALTER JACOB LEVI, Esq.,     DECEASED     WHEREAS, Probate of the last will   and Testament of Mr. Walter Jacob   Levi, late of Sydney, in the Colony of New South Wales, Merchant deceased, hath been granted by the Supreme Court of Sydney,   New South Wales, to me the undersigned Rebecca Levi, Widow and Executrix of the said deceased,—   Notice is hereby given to all per-     sons having any claim or demand on the estate of the said deceased, to send particu-     lars thereof, in writing, to me the under- signed, and if found correct, the same will be forthwith discharged ;—and all persons in- debted to the said estate ; or having any Goods or effects belonging thereto, are re- quested forthwith, to pay and deliver the same to me, the undersigned. REBECCA LEVI,   Widow and E...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 August 1828

TO COVER THIS SEASON, AT GLENDON, HUNT,$R'S RIVER. oer each Mare, 101 St-g. Groom's Fee included. THE BAY HORSE TOSS ; 15 hands 2 inches high, foaled in 1822; W AS got by. Bourbon, dam :Traimp's dam) by Gohanna, her dam Fraxinella by Trentham, Woodpecker, Everlasting by Eclipse, &c. &c.- 'ide Stud Book, Vol. 3. Bourbon was got by Sorcerer, dam by Pre cipitate, her dam by Highflyer, out of Tiffany, by Eclipse, &c &c.--'fdu Stud Book,. page 489, Yol. 2. . Gohanna was got by Mercury, dam by Herod, her dam Maiden by' Matchew, &c. &c.-Vide Stud Book, page 151, Vol. 2. PERFORM 4NCES in 1827. ".·'wmarket 1st Spring M11eeting, Mlonday, April 30th, 1827. Handicap sweepstakes of 10 sovereigns each, for Horses of all ages, Ab. m. Lord Southampton's b. c. Toss, by Bourbon, 8 at. 10 lbs. - - - I Mr. Wyndham's bl. c. Black Swan, 8 at. 6 lbs. 2 Lord Darlington's Abion, 9st. 51b.; Mr. -Iowe'g Skiff, 9t. ; Mr. Payne's br. c. the General, 8st. 21b.; Duk...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 August 1828

,Act has passed the Council, it should be transmitted by the Clerk uof'the Council to the Chiet :Justice at his Chaimibei. And there His IHonor ought to review it with the greatest care and circumspection. And if he feel satisfied, there is noth ng in it " repug nant t)' the law of England;" and also that in all respects " it is consistent therewith," then he ought, as it appears to us, and not before, to ceriify to the saein in his own proper hand-w rit ing.. And suuih certificate should by all nieaas be published along with the lath, that the people may be properly informed and clearly understand, that the Government has shewn a due respect for the Act of Par liament, and been c3reful to foi-t no laws upon the Colonists but what are lawful and right. The Stamp Act was, published and acted upon. Yet it was an unlawful Act. It was an abortion, Several Acts of similar intention and tendency were passed at the same time, anld have been since acted upon with unprecedented rigour. (Ret ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 August 1828

Sir Francis Darwin, of yadhlope, near Matlock, gave a supper on Christmas ..ve, with true English hospitality, to a number of old respectable neigh bours. 'There was a famous baron of betf, and a prodigious large pie:--part of its contents were, one roasting pig, two turkeys, two geese, twp hares, two rnbliits,. a couple of pheasants, and many jmaller, birds. T~PiEDb~g~"rtd' 3~Pi~;eF"2Jrf fbere. EotC ;i tsrows an_ . cbuntr/,.tAey must consider the delivery pftteir N?ws '.papers by us. to t@ PiPst-ma'tcr-ini Aey . a j regaris 'our. friepds :up the country, and to?ert nerwa-carriers as regards, pur f*endsin Town a alid delivery to them in law., respectively ; te saameas aif put into their own hands. Subscribers whodonot recewe their papers regularly, are. requested to complain to us by letter r (post paid) and, as far as we. can, we. will remedy the evil. But we will not le answerable for the delivery of our Journal in a more efecitual man ner than thus set forth. This is the conditio...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 August 1828

To THE EDITOR OF T'HE MONITOR. Sin, SouM friends in India a short time back, desired me to seek a suitable Academy in this Coldny, at which they might place their Children: From its con tiguity and its healthy climate, they give it the prefer one of thq Mother Countrr. I have in coasequerice made enquiry on the subject, - and I learn, that notwithstanding the great Revenues of thc Church and School establishment h~ i, there is not a public Institution that is likely to induce the wealthy Colonists of India to send their sons to New South Wales for education. I have been referred to that proposed by.. Dr.Lag, and the Public Gramnma·, School, but. neither is now in existence, Privat Seminaries will not answer the purpose of friends ; they want a Public, Institution, such as wii not fluctuate, nor be liable to perplex their Childre" with capficious systems of different Masters. Thei have other reasons, taken perhaps from Goldsmit?. and such like writers, who having been Schoolmasters w...

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Sydney, 26th of August, 1828. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 August 1828

Sy'dney, 26th of August, 1828. To THE EDITOR OF TIlE MONITOR. SIR, I was pleased to see in the Gazette, the testi unony that was borne to the claims of Mr. Potts, as the fittest person,| by reason of his long and tried services, to succeed Mr. Black, in case this gentleman obtain the office of Cashier. Who that was a propri etor of the old Bank when it was kept in Macquarie Place does not remember' the numerous presents which the faithful services of Mr. P. procured for him from the proprietors at their annual meetings there ?. Through the irregular way of life of the then Cashier, the Bank, night after night, used to be in the charge of Mr. Potts. And I remember his making.a state ment at the Police Office before the late Mr. Went worth about that time, which created a great sensation, and which was to the following effect ;---One night .when Mr. Williams was out, and his wife ill in bed, Mr. Potts retired to rest as. usual about 9 -o'clock, in the long room. He had began to dose o...

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THE MONITOR. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 30, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 August 1828

TG L O NITOa. SATURDAY AFr1ERN1O)N, AUGUUST 30, 1828. .Igr Sir. Thomas Brisbaniýi timnietlhe bush rangers were once so troublesome'/ and nume rous, and were so much protected'by the dis tant, settlers, that the Governmnent considered itsolf bound to repress the evils ajariu rom such harbouring?bf dlered?twirs.'' Txi: science of legislatoon is very simple when-exercised antong a slav ish people. But. among a people who -V-alue their freedemn is much as they do 'their pfroperty, anid their` lives and limbs,, legislation .requires the ut most prudence and experience. Tns British Government being aware of this, and konwing that the Chief Justice here was only one out of seven of our Legis lators ; that even he could not propose a law, much less debate one proposed by the Head of the Government, but was cpnfined in his dissent to a simple nay nay, prudently enacted in the Act called the New South VWales Act, that no law which passed our Council, should become law in this Colony, unless s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 August 1828

A:*ADVERTISERS IN GENERAL, AND S.. OF SHIPS IN PARTIbUA. :A . , W'.e/feel ita duty weoweto ourselves, 1n regaord4e dthe' m~ey antile part, i;ri labours, ;td 's gest t. b .ageis li ndholders, Mehants, Settlies, ,Pound-keepers, .Mec'hanics, and other I',dvertisers in the public Journals ui this Colony, the superior advan 4iyes of their advertisiug in a weekly t'ier, over their advertising exclu sively, in Joiurnals, one of which zubblistes "three times a week, and the dther twice.. " . .For the same price that the Sydney .azette charges an advertiser for ,publishing his Advertisement three tames in one week, we carry on his Advertisement to the end of three" weel, : Thus, if an Advertiser choose to pai?lish his wishes in two out of the :three Journals circulated in the Co lony, let him, (if he like) choose the Gazette or the Australian for one of' the two. But where is the use of his .laying gout his money in both. these ournals, whose, rapidity of publica oton brings his half-guinea ...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 August 1828

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. A CORRESPONDENT has observed to us, that the Supreme Court has been 0ccupied with some very small cases. As this Court is expensive in its wit nesses and Jury, and the time of the Judges valuable, he suggests the policy of sending such matters to the Court of Sessions which is not so stately and majestic in its movements, as the Supreme Court. A three decker cannot sail with a light wind like a sloop of war. Letter from Van Dieman's Land, dated the 25th Judy " The ivernment here is even more rigorous in itsl treatment of all who come within its grasp, than yours at Sydney. It is going to exact rents from the .land to the, amount pf nearly 25,010 ! ! annually. Add this to the £60,000 already paid out of the pock ets of the unfortunate people of this land, the sum will be no less than 85,0001. levied in taxes annually upon about twenty thousand' persons-one-third Con victs, supported by the Colonists ! ! ! The Govern ment, instead of encouraging a Bank amongst t...

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ADDRESS TO THE DISSENTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 August 1828

ed ADDRESS TO THE DISSENTERS. S(Froml an Irish Paper.) S The following is the Address adopted by the Ca Stholic Association. on Monday, on the motion of Mr. SO'Connell: To the Protestant Dissenters of England. FELLO w-CEIRISTIANS.-You are engaged in a con Y stitutional struggle to attain your rights.--WVe have Y been long employed in fsimilar exertions. No man de ig serves freedom who will not use his best endeavours rs to obtain that greatest of human blessings. - (We omit the first portion for want of room. T·he i following is the last portion. Ed.) ts There remains one part of your judicial system of in which the praise has been sounded more loudly and ti- longer than any other, and mnostjustly.--" The trial by Jury."' To whom do you owe trial by ~ry? To your Catholic ancestors. It was COtholics lo treated the trial by Jury; The protection of the oppressed it, the check of tyranny-the safeguard of the innocent vil -the shield of the persecuted in bad times-the con " . solation an...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 August 1828

MARRIED.--At St. James's Church on the 23rd Instant, by License, Mr. Hayes, Editor and joint     Proprietor of the Australian Journal, to Miss Kelly. ALSO---By Special License, at the Scots Presbyte- rian Thursday morning, by the Rev. Dr. Lang, Miss Mary Evans, sister to Mrs. A. Hill of the Rose and Crown Tavern, to George Tate Esq. an Emigrant Settler of Illawarra.                        

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 August 1828

ENGLIS-H -MISCELLANIES. THE COAST II4OCKADE AND TIIE SMUGGLERS.- On Friday morning, about two o'clock, the inhabitants of Bexhill were .alarmed by 'the report of fire-arms; which proceeded from the pistols of the blockade-men stationed in the neighbourhood, who were in pursuit of smugglers through the street. It appears that the blockade suspected some contraband goods were about to be run, having missed a boat which had previously been observed on the beach; a sharp look-out was consequently ordered. About two o'clock in the morn ing, the boat, laden with one hundred asid fifty tubs of brandy, caime on' shore, to the spot where the tower No. 45 originally stoodd; there were all this tirme only four blockade men on the station ; whilst the Company (men who are hired at 5s. per tub to convey them from the boats to the carts), consisted of nearly 70; and these were defended by about 20 batsmen, who are hired at II. per night, for the purpose of keeping off the warriors, the name given...

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(Continued from page 1294 No. 162.) Travels and Adventures in Southern Africa, by George Thompson, Esq. many years a resident at the Cape. CHAPTER 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 30 August 1828

(Continued from pake 1294 No. 162.) 7getsd ? and Advenlires in Southern 4frica, by eevge Thompson, Esg. many years a resident al s Cape., CHAPTER 11. T:a' origin of the British emigration to Southern Africa, and the progress.of the settlement down to the close of its second year, have been amply detailed by the "Civil Servant ;' and a particular description of othe territory in which the emigrants were located, and of the severe distresses to which many of them weire subjectedr owing to the- destruction of their carps and gardens by- a calamitous succession of blights and hurricanes, has been given to the public i tnMr. Phringle's little tract published in 1824.* It is not my purpose to retrace the ground already trodden by these Authors,-still less to involve my self in the 'maze of provincial politics, by entering minutely into the complicated disputes of the settlers with the local magistracy and the Colonial Govern- ment. But having visited the new settlement at two different pe...

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