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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 December 1828
S!NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC, o'o: the readers of the Mlonitor.-Gentlemen of rank,. " nd civil and military officers, whether,sabscribers to .,:this journal or not, are informed, that it will be es-. teemed-a favour if they will transmnit to the office .of.,i '"the Mouitor a memorandum o any bi r dd 'or , o :arriage which may take place in their feasiiliq :o among' their connexi&ns' either ins the. Colony pjr ia I England. The form and style of such coiununica tions, will be implicltly obsecved. by our printer., as it is wished to make this journal a:register of incldents of this kind,, as well for the gratification of our Co onial, as of our foreign readers. NOTICE' 'TO CORtESPOADE NTZS. d' ltter from " A Duputy Assistant Commisry GOe,. neral," game too late for insertion. T7hou?i. cos pled with no request for insertion, which we thould' 'have had the politeness to make had such a iavopur been requested by us of a journalist, itt i:"will" ,appear in our .next. We here beg to say,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 December 1828
SALE BY AUCT1ON, BY MR. PRITCHIETT, By Order of the Executors of Mr. Charles Hadley, at his former Residence, in the District of Evan, on Wednesday the 7th Day of January next. T HRREE excellent small FARMS, situate in the District of Evan, one of 160 Acres, and two of 40 Actes each; two Brood Mares, and two Foals, one by .Clydesdale, and the ther. by Camerton; two very good Draft Arses ;: one two-year. old "Cblt, and one ,neýyear, old Col', by Clydesdale; twenty ain ead of horned Cattle, of the Breed. ' Ir. Badgery, i. . u £ ; ,. Werms---Cash for all Purchases under £10 ; three months Credit on Purchases of £25 'nd upwards; rand six months, on £50 and upwards, on approved negociable bills, bear d "two names, or other good security. The Sale will commence at 11 o'clock. Firther particulars relative to the Farms, .: may be obtained on application to the Rev. H FULTON,' and. Mr. JoaN SINGLE, at the Nep ean, Executors to the Estate; or, to Mr. ParITOsTT, No. 60, George-street, , EX MID...
Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 27 December 1828
Shipping Intelligence &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Arrivals-On Tuesday the Alice, from London the 12th of May, Hobart Town 3rd Dec.; general cargo. Same day Geo. Canning from Liverpool 16th August; cargo-merchandize. Passengers Col Snodgrass lady and 6 children, Mr. Coll? and lady, Mr. Lambie, Mr. Farraby, Mr. Lo? Mr. Hynes, Mr. Cooper and family; 11 steerage passengers. On Thursday the Rojat &nbsp; George, froim London the 26th August, 158 mial Convicts, Surgeon Superint McGregor, Esqr." N.; CaDtain Bkiggs and 30 men of the +63i Regt., E. D. Thomson lsq. Clerk of the Counn . Mr. Ilensford, and Mr. and Mrs. Bober,:Passef gers. Same day, the Wraterloo from Port .D tymple Dec. 16th.. Cargo-wool, wheat, &c. Departures---On Sunday the Isabella for Pori Macquarie and Moreton Bay. On Thursday t Tiger for the Isle of France. On Friday tb Currency. Lass for Port Dalrymple, and Prince George, for Bbmbay. Projected Departures,--The. !Fave for Hob...
Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 December 1828
Arrirals--On Tuesday the Alice, fromfil the 12Lh of May, Hobart Town 3rd Dec. _ cargo. Same day Geo. Canning from I.. 16th August ; cargo-merchaidize. Pi ia Col Snodgrrass lady and 6 chil~fren, M and lady, Mr. Lamhie, Mr. Farraby, fv Mr. Hynes, Mr. Cooper and family; }1 age passengers. On Thursday the George, froim London the 26th August, Convicts, Surgeon Superint McGregor, N.; Captain Briggs and 30 men of Regt., , D. Thomnon Esq. Clerk oft the Mr. lHensford, and Mr. anid Mrs. Bohet gers. Same day, the Waterloo from F , rymple I)Dec. 16th. Cargo-wool, whea Depuarures.--On -Sundy t .e-.JAis l Macquarie and Moreton Bay. On T'Ihum i Tigen for the Isle of France. On F F Cutrrencr Lass for Port Dulrymple., Prince George, for lombay. Piojected Departure .--'Che Wave fo Town, the Adams foir Rio de Janeiro, th nm A Macquarie for New Zealand, all on Inst. Th'1 Albion for Madras, the allen don the 31st Inst.. C·t
EXPORTS. (From 1st October, to 15th December, inc. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 December 1828
(F'ro;n. I it (etholi.r, to. 15ith D~ecenmber, inc. Arr'lw joot, P,4;t;jO lbs - - - 13 r:,:I andI l4.oaeirn 1'rl e~aatd.z - € r t .h ua d Foreign `10. vClm ntiYdie jiii-d&r rd I cr. in Alcrchandiz e :.ý tl·~i l'&lt;,ttOC) feet =· CA-t 4,(0 tict ,. - - - (:'t'd ur l1,1'17 fect -. Curii sites ' ((a' - j ('Xdlts 1,O5 tolls, Sla dS -ýv - -; VI'.:riw tO.3 .bO - - I;( rlds 246 - litldy Tý0. L - Li:IIe (C~t) bu~l ' tl~stb irk1 os - - - MJmnimr sl~b.irkl iO tong - - Oil (:-p:"rin") 4a ttuns - Ottmr articles, - " Oil ;Cocou. nut) 41 tons - I'rovi~ions (salt) 36,76 lb - - - Seal skins 420, - - - S-; .20, - - - Wool (72 lbs - - T'otal (eititred) value of: exports from the 1st Jan. to the 15th >..1997t Dec. 18,28, exclusive. J
THE TRADE OF SYDNEY. IMPORTS, from 1st October to 15th December, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 December 1828
¶H.IETRADE OF SYDNEY. IMPORTS,. from 1st October to 15th Decmber, inclusive. Arrow root 9,384 lbs. " .,. 126 0 Arrow roo¢t 7,140 1ts. - - 171 t A:gricultural implemerts, - - 1,191 0 l;irt;sh foreign merchandize - - 1',48(0 0 ilaggiing 7,371 yards - - 233 0 SDe.r 69,758 gallons - - 6,0(;0 0 blacking 69 cases - - - 266 0 Bo. ks 21 cases - - - 28i4 0 Brahidy 10,643 gallons - - 1.6.5 0 Brandy 1,075 gallons - - 185 0 Bailey 9(60 bushels- - i9 0 u;rlcy 300 bushels - .- - 5 10 Butter 2,111 lbs. - - - 1 0 Canvas 16,644 yards - - 755. 0 Canvas 3.000 yards - - - 129 0 Carria-es 5 - - - . Cement 7-'tons - =- M0 0 Chalk 8 tons - " - 0 Chiumney pieces 2 cases - - 30 0 Clocks 3 cases . - - 100 0 Colours (painting) 36,074' - -. 1,052 0 Copper 6t.cwt - - - 418 0 Cordage 306,cwt - - - 931 0 Cordage 6 tons - . - 250 0 Cordage 3 tons - - 120 0 "'Corks 620gibs - - -- - - 75 0 Cottons 143,755 yrrds - - 65.'9 0 Candles 2,330 lbs. - - - 120 0 Candles 8,994 lbs. . - - 295 0 Deals and spars 12.756 feet - 15...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 December 1828
Y', beg to infir, eour. Subscribers both itn .rown a1 cduntry, they must consider the delivery of their W wts papers by us to the Post-master in Sydney as regards our friends up the country, and to our news-carrier as regards our friends in Town, a, valid delivery to them, in law ' respectively ; the same as if pati into their ou n hands. Subscribers who do not receive their papers regularly, are requested to complain to us by letter: (post paid) and, aq far as we can, we will remedy the evil. "But we will not be answerable fbr the delivery of our Journal in a more efectual man nser than thuI set forti. This is' the condition an which we sell our Journlal, and of which we hereby/ request all our Subscribers to take notice. The public are cautioned to pay no money, nornmake any settlelment on account of the Proprietor of this Journal, without demanding a PRINTED receipt signed by him in his. own proper hand writing. Money paid on his account woithout such receipt, will not be given c...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 December 1828
IMPORTS AND ExronTs.-It is an extraordi nary fact. that the granite, used in Macadamising Re.tent Street, London, is brought from the East Indies.-Leeds Mercury. The contractors of East Binny Quarry, have received and executed a considerable order for stones for North America. TTHI LADBs.--Among tall the late' Novels, there is odly one which appears-to illustrate ex c'usively the pursuits of the female portion oif the higher classes. ' At Home". is a fit title for a book with such a purpose; and nothing can be more amusing and delightful than the display . which the authoress, makes in that work, of liv ing women of quality, from the high-born .Duches, to'the last nouveau riche, admitted on sufferance in the, Sqloona of the great. NEW SOUTH WALEs.--rhis Colony is rapidly improving. The cultivation of Tobacco is be. coming general; and it is expected, that in pro gress of time, New South Wales will be able to export tobacco equal to that which is grown in .Viginia. Manufactures are b...
TO THE GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL ORGAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 December 1828
r "rns Gov wIeee Or`iafti ORGAN. I; ecngratulato Australia on the aupap rent e.cange in, your. syopke., and, as J truet, in' yrour" principles; ',which hint. at honesty ;" though situated as you u.·.: 'a llttle 'practice of the old school must "be tolerated, as itwould be requir ing too much' asc once to look for an effectual change in your pohltical principles.to." advanpq Aulstrulia. . S.LoIt the 'Dfineidd satyr`le , and-your own, As s lad sulk, or bray, while you, attend like an .honest Wan to the spirit of my letter, which is neither squib nor arrow, but the sentiments of; a patriobt ou see the im possibility of coping with eiteer of your opponents; even, the prang' Australian motks-sat your calamity,anid defeate yost at every assault. It is.evident, the' Ass4ad has. hurt yourc'ause, and 'rendQred the ill-advised measures of Govern. ment' ridiculous; and at' the same tine provoked even Tyros to enter the'lits. with you.. It is riatter of dloubt whether 'any portion of the Britis...
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 — 29 December 1828
DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WIEEK. VARIATIONS OF THEIRMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN THB MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. I 4th. Sunday after Christmas. o High Water 29 m. p. 12 morn.--46 m p. 2 i CI[ ? Afternoon. I Sun rises 52 m. p. 4.-Sets 8 m. p. 7. H Higb Water, 15 ai. p. 1 Morn.- p.55 m. 2 ? Aft. j Last Quarter of the Moon, p5 mn. p. 8 Even ~. High Water 30 m. p. 2 Morn.-6 ,. up. 3 . . Aft. j [-. I lHigh Water, 33 m. p. 3 Morn.-5 m. p. 4 P "' I Aft. High Water, 36 min. p. 4 Morn.--8 m. p. 5 Evening. H?I igh Water, 40 m. p. 5 Morn.-14 m. p. 6 Aft. SI? High Water, 46 min. p. 6 Morn.-20 m. p. 7 FPUUSDAY. ...... 85 98180 N. E. Fair FRIDAY........... 82 93!78 Do. Do. S4ru rAY........ 78 891 75 Do. Do. SuN.AY.v ........ 72i88 75,Do. Do. MoN DAY ........ .658070;S. E. Showery. "' U IS as Y .... ".. 63 79,68, Do. :)o. L.a?WalDY.. ;.. Oz 78jo1Oo: -0 Cloudy.
NEWS BY THE ROYAL GEORGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 December 1828
By the Royal George, which left London the 25th of August. We have received pape:rs up to the 24th of that month inclusive. Englanid tand Scotland ,are very quiet, but Ireland'is in a stat.e of most extraordinary yet peaceable political ex citement. Mr. O.Connels success, and. the measures which that event requireei i:s support, have elevated the Catholics to the highest pitch of. entlhtsisrnsm '1'heOranpgemen however: seem at length to, have grown weary of b iaig patient oo~iers.on, alnd' are making a shew of 'resis tance in the good old' way. France as well' as the United Kingdom has been deluged with rdin. The hay harvest has breen greatly damaged ; and Mr. Co?l,lctt we see, proignosticates short' whicat crops, and a-conreluedt increase in the distress which' lie ayts the de(tructiok. of the one-pouind ' notes in April 1829, will inevitably occkision. iHe asserts,.that in that mounth there will come ano ther " laute pulic." B1ut it will not have its rise in ".a ple .ho:a of money...
(Domestic) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 December 1828
Captaib (lAte' tieuti) Wifson, of the '48th ]Reg2 ? a?ri . ' been. gazetteit Captain;, without purchase. 'i 4h tllt r, Corps vice Captain Crqakcr, deceau4ed, aed :Watr Ofike,.the 'lth Auguat. Died in August. last,. MqJoir.Genera Sir fle' Torrens;' Adjutiint General of the Arniy,; a' pnrtf;cl r protege of hias ate H, R. H. the Duke of York,; ar ; . most distinguished officer, and universally reapete& by the Army. Major Innes, we find has sold oout of the Atony. His Majority was purchased by-Capt. Barlow oft.t same Corps. Rex, q. Howe, at the ltstance of' Dr. oug' This trial for libel, was at lonegtl?"dettiune nd dn' We nesday. The Defendant '"l'id beens ipipru'tlh.ly permitted to read his owfa defence. "Vdrdict. Giolty . rhe Iefendant eItered into "his' owp? rectiIi?uim '-" or'lODI. tq ap reagwaencalleduapaonfor judgo meotL
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 December 1828
TT .REGENT VILLE.*I 4g1IVE - HUNDRED HEAD OF R L NED CA I'TL E; also One Hun. Td enty Breeding Mares, and three . Ewes of 350 eacb. Tub above Cattle have been progressively ljpeaied for many years past, by the useof t~bist imported European Bulls, so that the are now not only eminently calculated Ifortbe dairy,-but possess hardy constitutions, Itb bulk arid mdke,pioflitable for slaughter t ;Idraught. aVebeen gven SSimilar expense. and care have been given i' the improvement of the Horses; the dr3eeding Mures are large and roomy, itah bone aiO poinits which promise the high it perfretion in their offspring, if the best ''3lood, orses be given them. Ewes are the descendants in the fe nIzline, fromn the highest improved flock i the. `late Nicholas 1ayley, Esq. in 18191 Sit1e male line from that time,.of the purest irted Merino Rams,muntil 1826, and since ihe period . with "SaxnHmRamrs, qOne, two,.and three -years' Credit will !given to approved Vr r.hasers. But if itdsposed .of b?-ptVi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 December 1828
JUNIUS. HIS. famous Horse will stand for, the .J:. season on the premises of the Proprietor Mr. Andrewt N?as?l Parramatta.-Terms, .Tyiwe Guinea' 'Stg;' ,o i06mage included, payable on ti ? day?f 'n. f net year. This Jorse is simi ~dto ' to ftfyy Mares, therefore 'early appliatio ý ust be made. No com njeqt it is cor've.d need be made ul.on JUNIUS..*-(N. B;.:He is sure. But in case of misising,.nothitig will be charged next season,s Mr. Nuash-i` bjedt?.- eiipg to perpetuate his 1N ERVE 4tS ES' TI1 SEASON. .4T a. & .c?ciiatie i -ins' Baithurst.-At £4. i:.?.. Suli??i.~6om's fee included. All exz osea. to , paid .efore the 15th January 9.IThe' horse. wi.ll' be limited to 40 :.~. SPRtIN"G"GUN , A h.n1E horse, 3 years old, got by " Steel -: tr?' urt ?f Btlack' Ssan" by " Old Hec o,ýr! .Sprhig-Gurn .won''the' Produce Stakes 'ttthe ish" Sypdder Meeting, beating the trize'cltl B'ennelod g and two others. ' ie . is allowed to.be the hansomest horse in the 'Clpzy~. 0Tq will be sept to ...
(Domestic Intelligence continued). CRIMINAL COURT, FRIDAY, DEC. 19. (Before Mr. Justice Dowling). [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 December 1828
(Doamestic Itelligence continued). SCRIMINAIa COURT', FRIDAY, . Dac.. 19. (B(fore AMr. Jutlice Dowung). Thlmaa Ryrn was.indicted for the wilful.'murder of Jam?s lMc'Gratlh, at North RiChmdAd,`on the 10th of July tast. It appeared in evidence` that the pri soner"atnd deceased were fellow servants together, living in the employ of one IRichard Sculthorpe, a ~ettler at Richmod. Deceased was emjployed as a Stockmani at a cattle station about 16 miies from .c lthorp'sa dwelling, On the dav laid in the in i rinatiou, deceased came into a skilling where pri wonper! was, togethcr with a man named Langley. Some#onversatlon occurred between them, the one naguiring tif the other,how they got on. After some iititk further talk, the prisoner complained of not enug :satisfied with his present situation; deceased hereapofn told him, he knew. where to get a fine flt i fi. h'i would go for it,,adding thathe had only an *I Old ioomnan to? resist. It ?.was arranged. that they should both'go that night...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 December 1828
DOMEST IC INTELLIGENCE. EXECUTION. Bietween the hours of nine and ten o'clock of Ioun dav mornir.g, seven unhappy culprits exptated by thbe forfeit of their lives, the crimes of which they- had been convicted during the present 'Cri. utinl; Court sittings. 'hieir names were John" Iron1,, James Holmes, II';lliam Owens, Thomas Whisken, John Welch, IilliammBayne, and Ales' ander Brown, the latter the chief officer of the Royal Sovereign whaler, convicted of a crime wliich cannot be mentioned. The others wers bushrangers, all guilty of capital felonies. From the time of their sentence, there was but one man who appeared to entert !in a hope that mercy would be extended towarw-s him. That man was Brown. His former respectable situation in life encouraged him in this expectation, and his hope was rather strengthered than abated when he learpt, that the life of his youthful comoanion in crime was spared. It is said, that his confidence in being respited did not forsake him until the very m...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 December 1828
To THE EDITOR P T IE AMONITOR .I am, a. Churchman, but one of that sect in the Church usually. denominated evangelical ; a word I which is beginning to be much perverted. I have been in the Colony some years; and from reading in the SSydney Gazette, that New South Wales was the Head Quai-ters of the Missions to the South Sea Islands, and reading a good de'al 'in the same journal about Bible Missionary and Benevolent Associations in Syd ney; I concluded I should benefit my spiritual interests full as much-as I hoped to do my temporal,. by emi ? grating thither.. SIam sorry to say, that although in my temporals 'Ihave done tolerably well, I have been disappointed. .in regardjto religion. In the first place, I have found cer tain ministers of religion, both in and out of the esta blishment, regarding each other with envy and dis 1itrust, rather than Christian love . in some instances :]not even maintaining that exterior semblance of bro iteriv affection, which is- so necessary to avoid...
CECIL TO BEVERY. (Chairman of the Anti-theatricals.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 December 1828
'CECIL TO BuVzPy, (Chairman of the Anti-theatricals.) SIR, The -flattering encomiums bestowed on my weakc abilities by the worthy and pious members of the Anti.theatrical Club, as pnblished in the .ydney Monitor of the 20th instant, are to me the most gratifying testimonials that have hitherto been offered to Advance Australia." :I eave your shores, Gentlemen, with regret,. that my labours of love in attempting to shackle. the free press of this country, and condemning Trial by Jury, when I thought Mr. Hiuskis.. son's Bill would be. made law,. have unhappily been made uusuecessful. I have lived to wit ness the degradation of that excellent journal the Sydney Gazette, so- long the Boanerges of Australia; and seeing that " the Glory" is fast departing from this oracle of truth; consistency, "andL'publie worth, 'I desir 'not' tqo tarry, lest I Sitght be compelled to witness its eont'ire destruc, tion. Still howeve~ .there is a hope left, that while you, Beverly, continue to act in acco...
THE MONITOR. MONDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 29 December 1828
MONPAY, DECEMBER 29, 1828. ON Tuesday last there appeared a letter in one of our Contemporaries, addressed to the Editor, and subscribed Mercator." The writer headsor superscribes his letter with the following sentence :-'" SCANTINESS OF TI?E CgRCULATING 31jDIUSI." And his object is to shew, first, that our current money (vii. British coini) is what he ludicrously calls " too good" for the Colony; and secondly, that it is not sufficiently plentiful. THE sentiment) of this writer have been exposed over and over again, from Adam - Smith down to Ricardo anrd Cobbett. They had their advocates however, until " late panic" arrived (in 18 5-.26), and which Mr. Baring said, was owing tp an excess of circulating medium. Since that period, these advocates for base paper mo ney, and base money of all kinds, have .either become converted, or have maintained a prudent silence. ALL base money is founded on cheatery, if we may call genteel and respectable fraud by so coarse a desigtiition. A dolla...