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EPITAPH. (ORIGINAL.) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 March 1827

" EPITAPH. (O'RIGINAT.) ': Yes! I must weep ! tho' reason oft in vain, .Bids my fond heart the trickling tears restrain;, And oft suggests to my.affiictea mind, That earthly virtues, heavenljy'joys shall find. Go then, blest spirit ! thy just reward receive ! Faith bids me trust, tho' nature bids me grieve- I how submissive to the will divine';. Aline is the sorrow-be the glory thine ! A. A WARRANT for the execution of Brow'n and Cordingly 'who received sentence of death about three weeks ago, for divers robberies, accompanicd with violence, in the neighbourhood of Cabramatta, was received, at the gaol on Friday last, with especial directions for a particular example to be made of them, by altering the accustomed place of execution to the immediate vicinity of their alleged crimes. Independent of the outrages for which they were conv icted, it was strongly suspected, and upon grounds almost amounting to certainty, that they were the, same who attacked Mr. Commissary Clements, some t...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 March 1827

W ANTED.-A PERSON q'ualified to keep a Set of. Books and who is .acquainted with the general business .of a 'Merchant's Office Most satisfactory reference is re .quisite . Applications in.the hand writing of the Party to be addrassed to aJ. L.,at- the ionitor'Office. TUST RECEIVED 'BY THE MAGNET, andanew on IJ-.Sale at Wmn. Macdonald's, George-street, Sydney, a large Sassortment of 'Cutlery, consisting. of [able knives ancLdforks, *in Sets from II. to 1U. Butchers do. and Steels,'Poeket, pen' .and Shoe Makers do, Scissors and Razors,. rBritannia metal •Tea, Table spoons and. ladles,.with a large and elegant assort .ment. of-Drawer knoisbs, do. Locks, with a great.variety 6f' Car-' periter's'Tdol-, Planes, trying, jack, smoothing,-rabbit, mould-' Ing, and fillister, Squares, Bevels, Gauges, TRules, Saws of all descriptions, with a large-assortment of Files of sorts, -Braces and 'Bits, Marking sletteis and figures; Plasterers', 'Masons, 'Briek and painting Trowels, Chisels and.Augers ...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW ZEALAND AND THE WESLEYAN MISSIONARIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 2 March 1827

NEW ZEALAND AND THE WESLEYAN MISSIONARIES. THE Wesleyan Mission in New Zealand was com- menced in June 1823. It was established in a beautiful and fertile valley, denominated Wesley Dale, and situate about 7 miles from the mouth of a river,; which empties itself into the Harbour of Wangaroa, and is about 20 miles west from Kere Kere, usually called Kiddee Kiddee, the nearest settlement of the Church Missionary Society in the Bay of Islands. A substantial and commodious dwelling house, together with a barn, carpenters' shop, and various other outbuildings, had been erected. An excel- lent and productive garden had been formed, which, with a plot cultivated for wheat, comprised about four acres. The whole premises were surrounded by a goods fence, and constituted a respectable specimen of English civi- lization, in the midst of a barbarous people. The   Natives who resided in the valley amounted to about two hundred, and were called the Nga te Huru* tribe; they were heade...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 9 March 1827

SHIPPING INTELLIG'10K. vz ARRIVALS.---Yesterday the colonial Brig Indfrit/, from-. Launceston on the 20th ult. Lading, 2,872 bushels -f wheat, .1,107 kangaroo skins, 253 seal skins, and 12.hales of wooL " 'DEPARTURES.--On Sunday the balrue', Brothers, fop.., Batavia and SinScapore; and the Brig P/ilip Dundas, fior Western Port, .with stores and provisions. On .Wednesday,. the brig Queen Clnrlotte, for Lohdon direct, "Lading, 294. pieces of cedar, 84 bales of wool,'1 case fur seal skins, and, 17 ditto Ne~w:Zdaland flax.' Yesterday; the govertiment brig Amity/, wiit riloners, stores, &c. for 1wbrfolk Island. PIROJECWTE P DEPARTURES.-The .Maqtuisa :f Lans-: down, *or Hlobarit Towi, is anuneouncd to sail tv-m6irow ,and the Itf& et, for London ,on the 20th instant. REMAIVIA N HARBOUR, with I-, M. S.,Rainbow, the Cuw. lIerland;. Sisters, Ieanna, A4lbion, Midas, Ly A?., and Rolla.-. Bigas, .one Vruta, .agnet; Pfoaodlarik,ame, Fwelli.agtn . anun,nduh'y.: "" T ura I(a1..j.op....

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 9 March 1827

There was a better attendance of Dealers on ThWzrday than for some weeks past, but the unfavourable state oth?he ta ther prevented much business being'doiie." ParTiramatta Fair also,'by attracting the Settlers, kept the Wheat Market. tliin of this species of Grain there was not hich sqld ii'Market. Maize, was more plentiful and met a brisker demand, .main taining its value--about 1000 Bushels were sold-. Potatoes. and Butter were dear. Fruit declines in. quantitir. About30. head of lean Cattle were shewn but met po bidders. Pigs;. were equally dull of sale. . .,.?. BUSHELS OF WHEAT SOAD. .' , 240 at 5s.--160 at 4s. 9d.--Purchased for Watelooalgd Steamk Engine, 430, at an average of 4i. 6d.--Priv?ate'SAles out of • Market, 170, at-4s. 8d. -Total 1000 Bushels. Wheat from' 4:. 6d. to 5s. Average' oni Total sold 4s:.ESd. 1-2 per, IBushel.-Maize 4s..9d. to 5s.-Butter 2*. 6d'6 &s. 9d. per Ib.--Cheese Is.' 3d-Eggs Is. 9d. to: 2s. 6dper -dot.4 Fowls 2s. 6d. to 3s. per couple.-Ducks ...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 9 March 1827

TO BOAT BUILDERS AND OTHERS,,. J WRIGHT has for sale: a quantity of half inch Cedar' ti bo~irds, from 12 to '18 feet long, at his Stores, Australian Brewery, George Street, Sydney. N.. B Shipping supplied with Cedar plank for Exportation. iMarch 6th, 1827. LL Prn . HORSE DEFIANCE.? A LLH Persons whose Mares have' elien put to the a bove : Horse, are requested to pay 'their respective: Amounts, due for the same, to Mr.' John Cullen, Ybtk Street; Sydney, 'within 14 days from the' Date hereof, in default of which, their Accounts will be handed over to his Solicitor for Recovery., i York Street March 9th, 1827. - 'Ti OST,. some few 'weeks ago, in. Sydne1,. a dark brindled polled Cowo heavy mn calf, mark~dwitM D.. C. on the iear. iu, aid.on her left 'latk..appears a round white spot. Who' ever , will bring the said Cow to 'Henry Af'Gee,. No. 27,: Cinmberland Street, will receive a Reward <f three Spanish S.Dollar. GRAZING CATTLE,. NEAR PATRICK'S PLAINS, HUNTER'S RIVER. .rl HIS...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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(We Copy the following from Yesterday's Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 9 March 1827

(We Copy the following from Yesterday's .Gazetted. "SUPREME CIVIL COURT. Yesterday.--Pashleyv. the'Propr"' etors of the MONITOR Newspaper. The defendants bad',)otpleaderl and .one of them (E. S. HALL,, Esq.) moved the Court to be let in to plead, on the grounds, that the new'Rules of Court be ng as yet but Ilittle known, the error of the 'defendants, in neglecting' to plead to the exact hour was pardonable, especially as they were ready to go to trial on the general issue, and in no respect wished 'to place the plaintiff on a different.',footing to .what he would have been if the plea had been iecorded'in time. He also observed that two affidavits had been put in by him, shewing that a negocia tion had been going on at the tinie the plea should haive been filed by which the defendants had been thrown off their guard, in. trusting too much to the courtesy, of Mr. Solicitor Alley, attorney for the plaintiff, who, they expected, would not have been so sharp in his practice, as to take ...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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ORIGINAL POETRY. SUN-SET. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 9 March 1827

:. " f?,ý- d tand , u. S n gsmrown - - . soud;i-distrb the stillness-oftheour - . But the lone sigh, that issues from the flow'r, iDrooping beneali thei ev'Sing' ?comiing frown, SWhere the trail insect born at rise-of eun, = Dies now his viving glaice is gone;' . :, here is a holy stillness in the air; The silence is so full, so bright the sheen, T¶la't sorrow lulls her su frings lest her care, Skolj4.rbekpthbe.ýsablhxalmnesa o the sceng. The beautiful and soft cenhin th esoul, And cause hef yearnljig yih this hour to mount To th' immoital and allgloiirus fount, w -? .. ience sringsthe-i~of the ui al-hole. aiI. t

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 9 March 1827

DIEARY. MZMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. SUN rises, at 48 min. past 5.. High Water at Port-Jackspr, .12z in..past 6 Morn.--46 min. past 6 Evening. 2tid. Sunday in Lent. High Water 13 min. past 7 Morn.-42 min. past 7 Even. I High Water, 10 min. past 8 Morn,-36 min. past.8 Nt. I Sun sets '10lmin. piist'. .Gregory Martyr. - f e High Water, .56 min. past 8 Morn.-410 min. past 9 Night • Full Moon, 14 min. past 10 at Night. SI Highater, 30 min. past!9 Morn.--50 min. past 9 Nt. , f Day decreased 1 hour 58 minutes. r High Wat.r, 5 min. past.10 Morn.-25 min. past 10 Nt. E Day 12 Hours 14 Min. long, GARDEN.-Plaiit out Peage, Beans, Celery and Leeks :;for pan early crop. English Cabbage $eed' now sown F, .does well. , SopW Turnips in good dry soil and trans plant Lettuces. Sow parley for Forage on manured land. Equation of Time.-Sun in meridian of Sydney, 1 deg. 46 aft. 12'mean time. STATE OF TIHE WEATHER DURING THE LAST. WEEK,. WVITU THE VARIATIONS OF TilE THERMOMETER, TAKEN AT 7 A. MI. AND 1...

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THE MONITOR. FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 9 March 1827

THE MEONITOR. FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1827. THE present administration we, regret to 'say," and we are mortified too in saying 'it, has 'the misfirtune to be" perpetually passing la~ws direqtly in the teeth of the re commendations of the public Press, and of course so far as that Press embodies the 'voice of the people, so far are they in bpposition to the wishes of the people. A great deal has been urged in the 'public papers during the last year, and reiterated in 'the speeches of persons most looked up to by the people, and who acted as their spe cial organs at the late County Meeting, against the uti reasonableness, inexpediency, and vicious tendency 'Pf. introducing the excise laws and their ramifications into this inf?nitile and 'simple -community. 'Yet on. the re newal of tihe licences cf -the publicans this year,.the Go-, vernment, 'so?far'fiom yielding in any way to.the feelings of the community--.so far froni giving way to the preju dices of the people, (if hatred of the inquisit...

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SPECIAL BANK MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 9 March 1827

SPECIAL BANK MEETING. ON the c2end ult. the Proprietors of the old Bank as-, sembled by public Advertisement, to. consider,.the expe diency of receiving deposits on interest. ,After .Mr. Wentworth, sen. had been called to' the Chair, Mr. E. S. Hall made the followving motion : THrT persons. depositing sums of mon?. in the Bank of not less than Fifty, Pounds, for, a period of not less; than sik 'months, .shall receive ,for-the.same, the Promis-. sory Note of the Cashiet; payable to the said depositer or' his order six 'oriths after date, with interest for thesame-. at the rate of five per,.cent., per annum, and that any per son depositing a sumn of not less than Five. Pounds, and not exceeding' Fifty -Pounds, shlall' receive a receipt, not riegociable,' for the same, bearing also five per cent. inu terest, payable in not less than six months. ' Dn. DoUGLAss seconded the motion in a.short but lu-' minous speech, stating his conviction that -the proposi tion, if carried into effect, wo...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 9 March 1827

f •EXTRAOIt~ DINARY CIf4RGE OF A8SAUILT AI.D 'BYMS .'KY : Wednesday.-John L'itnf/ord Kigaton, I.a Lieutenant .iii' 'the : Army, and the son 'of . Colonel Kingston, was brought ti:Blw . Street, ,by' Stevensau. antd edger, the officers; on a warrant charging him with committing a most violent' assault upon ljis. ,wife, Jane Eliza, a very: interesting. and beautiful young lady, . ,only sixteen yeas:.of age. "taE wife of the prisoner seemed exceedingly agitated, and her mother, a woman of ladyslike appearance, who, attended her, was in; tears. The young. lady. being sworn,.stated,'that she had been married to the. prisoner only three months, and within a month of her marriage-day, he began to treat her in the most violent and cruel manner. In fact, so outrageous was his conduct, .that: they were compelled to quit one hotel and go to the Golden Cross, Charing Cross, where.they:had resided only, a short time. On Monday night her husband j came .home at a. late. hour,. and created a: distu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 9 March 1827

"By His Excetlenrc Lieutenarit Gentrifti R P Ift ], RLIN?G, 'Captai?.? General and G~i? ernor-i' G vfli's lMajesty's .Trritory of N.w ' f$outh S;:':.' a is t it "D pedencies. e' .: '. ' ' THEREAS by Proclamation, under my Haind hid ail, bearing Date thie' 27tb D)ay of Ootober I st, .made in Pursuance. of the AUtihorty . contained in thb 19th: Clause of a:certain. Act: of:. Parliament,.- passed in the` 4th :Year of the Reign of His present Majesty; I d&i tippoint and order, that COURTS of GENERAL'A or QUAR1"TE,' SESSIONS should' thenceforth, .be holien at the. respective Places and ' litnes therein, set,. forth, and arongst others at Newcastle on the -Third Tuesday of 'tte res.pective Months of February and Au gust, in eve y Year. AND 1WHEREAS the. said: Court of General or Quarter Sessions was, in due Form of. Law,, opened on Tuesday, the 20th Day of thip Instant, being the Thlid Tuesday of this presersts BMonth df February;" but ,by Reason of, some of the necessary Otficers...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 9 March 1827

:' ;: .DOMESTTIC 'INTELLIGENCE. TaT' Lord Liverpool brings news from Hunter's River 'of an unpleasing nature, as-regafds the conduct of the * abotigidal' natives towards Mr,- Cory;a respectable-settler on the Old Banks. A dispute arose between a partyof: them.and Mr. C's shepherd, about a native 'dog-. n the. train of the tribe, which being looked upon as' anui sance by the shepherd, he" killed it. .Instigated by re-' venge:'at this supposed affront, they setfire to the grass .contiguous to the wheat stacks, which were totally de stroyedin consequence. lIFTEEN men were confined in Sydney Gaol, upon a. charge of, cattle stealing. .They were apprehended by' warrants, and without a hearing sent to Sydney, and lodged in Gaol, sans careinohie, where .they 'lay some, weeks. An application to the Supreme Court, produced" an immediate discharge. Three more (one named Craughwell, holding a ticket-of-leave eight years) were also detained in the watch house for a long time, (one we believe nea...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 9 March 1827

WE stop the tress .to tinnounce, that one end of T/ba Supply W?ater Mills; at Port Didrymple, fell out, owing to the stowage thereon of 10,000 bushels of wheat, besides flour, half of which was in the water, Demurrage on the ship Tranmere, which was to have taken the wheat to the Isle of France, began on the 1st. instant-the loss is on the Char ter4rs. Atl abundant crop had been gathered, and a deal of old wheat was still on hand.-The Leda was taking in wheat for the Islq of rahnce or the Cape.. Market price of wheat, 4s. 9d. sterling. on tuesday afternoon the executive mandate was received at h.m.gaol, directing the disposal of the twenty three prisoners     convicted of piracy. six only of the number are to be made a public example of. douglas, the ex-chief mate, edwards, alias flash jack, smith, colthurst, johnson and leddington, are all doomed to suffer on monday at the usual place of execution. to the remaining seventeen tle royal clemency has been ext...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 9 March 1827

N1SPAPRLi oE'0g& soi'o Nsz SoyWi' WA Sins-maybe' said to be litraIly iptdated "with, ,daily tridtian, and weekly N- sp ers e ad' i =snay, therefore,: be' 'naturally= .enquired, jg motive can prompt' ai . .rogtort.y:attempt, to swell the -kumber +of -these Periodical?? and, :with what= rational hope, can -an Embryo-Editor be 'inspired, of patronage, or sucess ?"-We woill answer the question-viah candor, and pre fr our c iretensions to' a participation of: public favor with becoming diffidence. THo' we are ready to pay due homage. to the talent, and ability, with w'hich the existing:Jpurnals are respectively con ducted, we are yet of opinion :-'. that the public taste is not auf?iciently consulted" and that a literary dish, differently dressed, and" less highly .seasonedl, may be more suitable to the palate of no in6onsiderable portion of our growing' Com munity.-Rich, and liot Ragouts may please a vitiated taste, and may afford a zest,.at the expense of permanent satisfac tio...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 9 March 1827

MARRIED.-On Monday by Special License, at the Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Dr.Lang.-Mr. S.T. McDonald, son of the     late Quarter Master Macdonald of the 48th Regiment, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of the late Quarter Master Coulson, 3rd Reg.     The Bride was given away by the Lieutenant Governor. DIED.-At the Five Islands, the latter end of the month,   Mrs.Tate, wife of Mr. George Tate, leaving a husband and several children to lament her invaluable loss.

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New Zealand and the Wesleyan Missionaries continued from Page 331. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 9 March 1827

The father of a native lad belonging to the Mission family, delivered these tidings and requested his son to join him, as he said he was fleeing for his life. All now was commotion and anxiety, as Hongi's intentions were yet involved in mystery. The night following, the whole     settlement rang with the cries of the natives, and TE PUHI, with his brother and several other principal men accompanied by their slaves, fled to Hukianga, a place about 40 miles distant. ON Sunday morning the daughter of HONGI, and the     wife of TARIA, one of his chief allies, with several attend- ants, came up the river to inform us, that he did not in- tend to visit our village, though he was very angry with TE PUHI for running away, and they requested that some of our fighting men would go and assist him in an attack on the NGA TE PO which he intended to make the same day, urging upon them as an inducement, the duty of taking revenge on that tribe, f...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 16 March 1827

:YD 1NEY MARKETS. A,eqoi deal of business was done on Thursday ; graip of all deecriptions sold brisk, wheat at aw. advance on t?e last. pverage. Cattle fetched good prices, BUSHELS OF VWHEAT SOLD., 964 at 5:. 6d,-139 at 5s--Private sales out of Market abQut 420, at an average f 4s. 9d.--.Total 1523 Bushels. Wheat from 4e. ?Pd. to 5s. 6d. Average on. Total sold Bs. 2d. 1-2 per Bushel.--Maize 4e. 9d. to 5a.--Butter 2s. to 3:. 9d: per lb.-Cheese Is. 3d---Eggs 2s. to 2s. Gd per dot --Fowls 2s. 6d. to 3s. per couple.-Ducks 3s. to 4* 6d. ---Geese 10:. to 12a.-Turkles 10s. to 13s, Gd.--Potatoes 8*. to 20.. per cwt.-Fine Flour 158. sterling per cwt.- Bread Foutr coce half-penny to Fivepence halpenny per Loaf.---Becf 3,. 84. per stone.-Mutton 4s. 2d.--Pork 4. 16d.--Hay fl. t5. to 81. 10s. per ton.--Straw II. 5s. to j. 10.. per load: -,a

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 16 March 1827

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS.--On Friday, the cutter Governor Arteurr, from Port Dalrymple on the 3rd instant. Passengers, Mr." James and Miss Reiby, and Esau Cheesman; lading,' 600 bushels, of wheat, 37 bales of wool, and 300 kangaroo skins. On Monday, the colonial schooner, Elizabeth and Mary, Worth master, from New Zealand 27th ult. lading, 3,000 seal'skins and 10 tons of oil. On Tuesday, the colonial brig Perse. verance, W. Kinnear, master, from Macquarie [sland 14th of February; lading, 70.tons of oil. DEPARTURES.--On Sunday, The Marquis of Lansadown .y, ,for Hobart Town, (returns to this port) and cutter Lambton, (purchased by the Australian Agricultural . Company) for Port Stephens. On Wednesday, H. M. S Rainbow, for New .Zealand; Passenger, the Rev. S. Marsden,' on a mission to the natives. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.-Tlhis day, The Sietera, for New Zealand, pnd Governor Arthur for Port Dalrymple. The Magnet, for London, on the 20th. Albion, for Batavia, via Hobart Town, on the...

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