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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 February 1829
FOR SALE,i i: T J. INOIH'S, No. 14, PITT1 STREET. a.:tTJ ADIES' strawv bonnets, trimm"d, at 17s, i", 6d. children's. ditto, ladies' and chil dren 's DDunstables and. split straw, black chip trindmn'd, children's ditto, white anId yellow i: keen trowsers, brown trill ditto 10i, gen e:.mens bebst. London imaJe waistcoats, fine ' ionugcloth shirts, cotton ditto, Kreutl'mneu's Yti . shoges, ladies' white satin ditto, white and co so' oiured kid-ditto, ,and' children's black leather .,,.ditto. I Ol 3AL+ AT REGEN'i*aVILL E. ? g€tWELVE HUNDRED IEMD' .OF T HORNED CA I1TLE; also One Hun ;dred and Twenty Breeding' Mares, and three i flocks of oEwes f 35t each. The above Cattle have been progressively .improved for many? years past, by the use of :thelest imported European Bulls,-.so that. ,ite)yate now not only eminently calelautedý. ,:for the. dairy, but possess hardy constit.utions, ,f*ith bulk $ud make, profitable for slaughter oor draught. Similar expense.and care have been given '-to t t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 February 1829
TFHE? Undersiened take this~pportunity S ý-of acquainting thie? puiblic, that they aivethe utmost confidence in tie Bank ofN. . Wiles; ,that theyw tske their notes in all trsi?s Mons; and that fozNeaw eali, thefy will recei-ei Bank-shares as ready ioney, from teq Proprietors who, in conseqpence ,f recent4 events, may feel disposed 4o sell thn.... Waterloo Warehouse, SJanuary 12, 18629. . COOPER & LZEVE''i. SJluable. Freehold 'Residence, Suited For a., Respectable and . engel Family.: V ".R. BODENHAM announces to his -nume. .,.rous and distiniguished. Patrons that he 'is "i trtcted to SELL by PRIVATE CONTRACT,' ht excellent and recently]erected RESIDENCE of Mr. Lang, 'situated at' the Corner of Kent and Bathurst-streets,.in Sydney.. The House com prises' in the attic, 2 rooms'; and 3 bed-rooms u?pon the first floor, 2 parlours upon the ground ;floor, with store, closet, pantry, &c. complete, icach-house, stable for 2 horses, kitchens, bake. hQuse and oven,.with serV.a...
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 — 9 February 1829
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(Domestic.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 February 1829
(I)omeratic.) Wta have. been earnestly requested to inform honest debtors, who, are nevertheless subjected in t*usc timze by alsjuvite g crditers to process of law, to aToid the -Y eascs A confess p 'j r3 e.' ment. 1iy co doiu g theywil a t:.ay lieu. of :'l.,;`,. ý,.ý'; P8 i. 'n.M It hasjust cortq.;k hinwte4ge. that Mir. 11), Prlnripal Supeir ntzaei f Poliee at Windsor, in consequence of tiipff r_ of the= governor to talk his' resignation, made in terrms: whine left hit, no, Opinion, as a mtan of 'flellnn, tendcred it accorditnly as sought after. "Ort.of the s0ns of~ thiis ;g gt!ernane ifs charge' 'oC f if t Large. estate, herds, a Ld '-flocks of " ieutenai t 'Colonel Dumaresq-, of the '(:mnpany of' Veteran. still retained in the service; of this Colony. rI.Fit. signaiion tLerefore, hias 'caused much iurpr ise,, anti still r reatcr curmjni : .r fiis Ezce'ercy it is 'saiul 'wil' not delay his 2miJcn tour to, Batthurst, Newcastle, and: other' out-st- tiona nd distreiets, lobger than' ...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 9 February 1829
Tro Tit EDITrOzvl5ýTJ: ?1kONi rrTODý' OBSBRvING in your ionitor'of . 'of c1, J, utant, a. pa araoaph relative to a retcae' crnt1 l :'; Aion of ,inqulry !helrI at Pdrt 'Macs urj e 'on; ,rsn ing certr.n abuser, soime' of whaieh wQWý ' mhleci ttrt atiti du ; i-twhich:" pork auzd pig a ond tendclt cm'i nrPrminent ilhJict, and were likely to aa.liiue il ,soxrjetbc ig uefi1 tO! P!, 1\. Se msst ve " Y regt'e: very nucht o utnc an, my .iris o-o: nion, that I an1:pevruu&dnc r'o t;rroua'.ie ;etý;; can be deriverd by t11 M.[·. (ThC'tirz icn- t!!eref: r, s ur'less they, siuuulc~isontitdzt r.*set~iC F'u~s.: ··e~ of Intjiiiry Iicr', .arid alkSrv ti: accused, a/ 'air oppiortuity of acpiuittin . thtenu selves-of ,c Vrges, whirib a tfatnet!le enm, ('lie statern ett. offered by the; bci'jg von.sidered of a private nature,) bould not be bdmittedI in a ~c.eira. Otherwive, the pavties wrongfully, , ccsaed, rdtay .b. condernnc J, " d fhe,. guilty exoneratedi. And I beg !elve to itate, as far. as ...
Port Macquarie, 1828. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 February 1829
Port M'acquarie, 1828.. To THE EDITOR OF THE SYDNEY MONITOR, The conduct of the Authorities at this settlement, render it a duty to the Government, to society, and the country at large, to put a stop to their practices. ;) know, of no other method so likely as through the CQlumnS of your truly tJiuablesaper. . • That it is the duty of an upright and independent Magistrate to dispence Justice impartially to all, I flatter myself no one will have the hardihood to deny. This position being granted, how much more does it behove a man who is vested with absolute power like unto a Commandant, to keep his chardcter unsullied ?. Every. individual under the command. of such..,a personage, ,is more or less influenced in their actions by his .conduct. It. is my wish however_, Mr.. Editor to let fact speak for themselves. I shall therefore commence without further preface' it has been remarked. with" justice, that a wise, monarch can' be ascertained, by his" selection of advisers,.. This will a...
Commissariat Office, Sydney 3rd June, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 February 1829
.:a te Off$c ,'Sydney 3rd June, 1828.. ": ith reference toryour letter of the 10th ultimo, I :ir.?ae to acquaintyou, that His Excellency the Governor, '''an been pleased to confirm the acceptance of f Mr; :1n?lets *'Tenders, o?.¢ight thousand pounds of pork ., yt h ero, pe:ce ppr pound. y~5OV~ Ie am, iam r, Your most obedient servant SJAMFZS LAIDLEY. , r., 'lltº.; Q. Smith,' n,?matsrtidt Clerk, Port facqnuarie. r ,'.Tis:, trim, Mr:. Smith in consulting with Capt. Crottyt~specting the last.mentioried tender of Mr Nei avein April 1823, told him that. he considered that Neave, rather titan not obtain the tender, would take Gd; ;and accordingly he advised the Captain to offer Gd. Taut whether the latter wan iq a generoud mood that day, or whether he ah'eadv conceived tho' idea of helping Mr. Neare to.fnltil hie contract, by celling him his own over. _ pus of :ration-pork, or the carcasses of his own Ballyngarra herd of swine 'f there feeding," we know not. Certain it is, he preferred gi...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 February 1829
...a S re qurprlsed . osa . the1 new Ru .r. Editono of thie ddi? e Gazette, jpublishing such, sent-ments as the following in that Joirhnilf Saturday last. ".We have been favored with .a' knd letter from o?M?A, vindicating the lamented Mr. Howe from the asper sions.of the last number of the Srnsatr Mowrron.., We sincerely thaull OMEaA fQr this disinterested tri-. bute to the memory of our departed friend ;. but we cannot think it aecessary to take any pains to refute the base calumnies of the Journal alluded to, for,, we well know. they have only excited the disgust of a sympathising public. The sordid passion impu ted.to the deceased, as his.ruling impulse, is known by every one to have had no existence in his breast ; and we are aware of the truth of oMaGA's assertion that the calumniating Editor. in question. had suanfi cient reason to be convinced' of the pure benevolente which shone with so conspiciouns. ,a lustre In Mr. Howe's habitual actions. OMeiOA is also right in in titnat...
Commissariat Office, Sydney, 15th Sept. 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 February 1829
Commis?arial Ojice, Sydney, 15IA Sept. 1820. Sir, I am favored with your letter of the 7th Instant, and by the same conveyance have received your pro vision accounts for the.period from 15th of May, to 24th of July, the examination of which will be en tered upon immediately. By this oportunity;, I forward you a further supply of provisions, and an additional quantity of wheat say about 350 bushels, and 40,000 lbs of salt provisions. You will find the latter of a very superior description 'to that cured last year,'much greater pains having been taken with regard to the mode of preparing it, Witlh this. I trust you will be able to issue what remains. now with you of the last yea as' supply, without subjec ting Government to any loss by condemnations, which on every aecount ought if possible at the same time, that it is to be plainly understood, that I do not wish en any account whatever, that improper meat should be issud: ,either to troops or' prisoners. The pork sent down is exclusi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 February 1829
RCokDWM.W' S ANDA ELN ES 3 .. codwarAKERS - s tdrsigied, at agob Hov opeund in r Street; ne te. co rier of S'.t, i? ? t the purpose supplyiut youn apublic with.a gqod and dural aerticle TIER. A large. _supply. will : kept on ,sale, Also: soap and, can ?,les. A Butchbe'ashop 0willU9so shortly be wpined adjoining the premises to 'supply the best i-beef and muitton that can be .procured, w*holesale, and retail, for ready money.only. .Also a good Balkehouse, Loft, and vyen. let, enquire on the premises. L R. WILSHIRE. - C hampagne of superior guality . C . ateau Margaux..t. ... . " Ditto Larose ' ::Clarets Good-' Vin Ordinaire'.. :High flavoured 3acel?las -Almeirim * Cadavall )oc ight Whit eWi aes '. Sauterne ' . Marsalla A choice sortment of Ports, Sherries, .. b , aOd Madeira . . ::o., Pitt-street. J. .. HARRISSON R. . THOMAS RAINEbegs to acquaint 1Jit. ?hm Public, that he has for sale at his st-~rcn ? in Bligh-street, and also. at the.Dar ng Lu?lls, the following Goods ,at most e . r...
HOUSE OF COMMONS, JULY 3rd, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 February 1829
S HOUSEa OP COMIMONS, JLV 3rd, 18 ., , ?i. BitetG TroN presented a pcetition froami .Colonel Bradley and.said, that although he could, not agree on all the Petitioner'o stnte vnt s, he nevertheless thought that it was a case of great' hardship. The honourable and learned 'Gentle man here stated the gen:ral nature of the Petition, which was to the efect, that a.ltl?ough Colonel Bradley had obtbined a verdict aaigst Colonel" Arthur, yet that;owying to the absence of the lat ter from the co1iuttrv, he had never bicen able to procure from h'ith" either d?anuges or r'ast, and had his own cdsts to pay into the bargain,. The petitio a er prayed that the H_-ouse 'wotld take his . case into consideratiO6;,. and grant him eruch relief as they pight think fit to a'ford. Sir II. ~ ardi;ge said, that he war not well ac., quiai:nted with his case,' but he wa5s 'ure that if-the War and Colonial DLep.irauenets wcre to put the question to Colonel Arthey, it wor.ild be attended. twith a reasonable re...
SYDNEY MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 February 1829
SS YDPNEY ,MARKJ.T Average price of Wheat 3.. 0d.-Maiýtd i1i"Od 'ley 4. 6d.--Oat. 6.. Od.--Fine Flour SC' . cert. --Seconds 20.. Stg. -Potatoes 28e. tiu, H Datter Is. 64. to 2s. 6d.-Jggu 3a.-. Oi!, Christ Is. 34. .to 1s. 9d.-B read 6id. to 6d dead--Fails 6s, to.- 7.. per couple--- t 105. per couple--Ges -.104. ,each-Tdr sack.;. , 4'o, $1 George Surcet Sgduacj' S.yde e £D12BP. PRiNIIUD, AND ?ITLI mT TUN' FOP31ur WDWAWD SMWTH 3 ` )lhJ
(Domestic.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 February 1829
WHis'hae been earnestly rvequeted to Wfori honed~ debtors, who ere mevenheress subjected in, thos a yee b isjudging' ciqOr.4 to pr00c8 of ·- · ··. , Iaw, t A Vo id t'e expoi Sp, t , €' ~nrei~ lnml:: jull;4r meet: so3 dcng 5i1 t . lieu of 251: ''3. r &!i It: has `mt. comea to out'fn;~2i' that 51r. Bell,. Principal Su -ori;:Lnhtk, its c at 'V indror, in cOflecj Qncfc tie cr r t. V Governor ro talce 11i5 rc:;gw:-tj2, Whicft to him -o' opir ion, ýIza z wnC ".tendered f ntccoidinlly 6 a of l lhf r .._ .the pCno of thil geie lcFrbn; h--.3 large Catate, liePdn, auid i1o0!:v c tr". i ?:. '. Colonel Dmtimrrczg, of tLrc . omp i f: ?;a:s ::yi. , still retaiztcd in the :ClViC. of ~ xIs 4. vc Iy ce o uignation theixCroro, h:1ri -"tnnu mush 2d 6t~i1 re to :hTý3 i;ili i~i 'tour to Bathurit, hs l·t 3 , t n ; othes 5 - tionm and districts, longer Ihru the 1st of ncea ta. Queried frson 1home 1'inip ctire t1hers est Uonf," jiirro the militaty have never been yet vktiiUa for nenrl~v our -years,...
Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 February 1829
'.~ f~latFnn~aa er:Cl~ !ii Adrrivals. -On T hurcday ] zl4o t.e Cu -cyI from Port DalryEnpic; car( :c% woz, c`: a' dries. Same day, the C::Cp;ýcr, £i9h a CccIiP vo: 13th Jccember 1a°t; ca.r-o ý5 V5 In, r'f.lý J c day, the Fairy, Gr o - n c;y,: cnargo,700 crJT-st e . Ukh, r c' a: 29th Jnnto4:; c o, a'som e'"'y ar~' r Yrepterd a', the Cu .:'a, from' ' `k _9iz ;ý F: .. 1 F. gust last, robsr`ý: r'Zm- Ct U - Depauerco. -j(U tJ b . . 2Worfold Island. 5Ozrc.1y, tga . :: .: ." 'f Lord Liverpool fr NvewsOate, at1tfob 1 mple, VecterdoyL, the fiwernur A i1& E h FrelCjeCd fletarrt bs.* S £ ci, for fcloiRs tie, ad haterr ftr New Za a $ 10* Iinur 'Ihe Ie6 for $HbfrTt m et wa ( & lid.th t tw ,>; >s 11
No. 83. Commiss[?]ri[?]t Office, Sydney, July 23, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 February 1829
Som sriai Ojfe, Sydney, July 23, 1527. \ubjoiaed Is the Copy of a letter addressed :o n* by the lHoaourable the Colonial Secretary, con 1T T hisL Excellency'- instructions, that the greatest. Possibele care be taken of the grain at 3'ort Mac '?.-qerie, '6iea tio, bo plaerd in charge of ,A. Ck m i e he therefore to 'request, that you will reeeive i te the Cowrnissarirt "Stores, such quantities as may I', ready for delivery; being particularly careful that Sit: Perfectly dry, and use every means in your power Stopreserve it when under. your charge, by having it i fquetly turned; in order to accompish w ich, it 'ill e necessary for you to ajply'to the. Ccmman 'At, for such a number of labourers; as wiLl be able to tura it over once every day. You Rill be pleased to ,inform me from time to timse, of the quantity.you hrae on anud,, and also Whether there will be more than a i?tiflcicincy for the Sopply of .be Isation( if oio'iow .m ch, which cur ie can be torward d .to Sydneyby'. the ret...
STATE TRIAL, VOL. XXVIII. (Being Vol. VII of the continuation) 42—44 George III—A. D. 1802—1803. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 February 1829
STATE TRIAL, VOL. XXVIII. (Being Vol. VII of the continuation) 42-44 George III-A. D. 1802-1803. 648. Proceedings on the trial of an indictment against Joseph Wall, Esq. sometime Governor of Goree in Africa, for the murder of Benjamin Arm- &nbsp; strong; tried before the court holden under a special Commission of the Sessions House in the Old Baily, on the 20th day of January: 42 GEORGE III A. D. 1802. Sessions House, Old Baily, January 20, 1802. PRESENT. &nbsp; The Right Honourable Sir Archibald Macdo- nald, lord chief baron of the Court of Exchequer. &nbsp; The Honourable Sir Soulden Lawrence, one &nbsp; of the justices of the Court of King's-bench; The Honourable Sir Giles Rooke, one of the ? of the Court of Common Pleas. The indictment was opened by Mr. Abbott (af- terwards Lord Chief Justice of ? Prisoner-My Lord, I cannot hear in this &nbsp; place; I hope your lordship will permit me to sit near my counsel. Lord Chief Baron Macdonald-It ...
THE MONITOR. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1829 [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 February 1829
"T1JifSDA&Y, Fk EJ13aJAY 10, 1I29 IT renauin, "gtiei'A" a mry-acrv. cTho iinfent c t ix:, penal system of Norfo]!l ,liaid; bltc Gvioriarri i' Island. VCbegin tc ¶l·Z of iLiS piece of philoioplip . L '_It i e 1tairctf i va , .. so arcrse fromci t4l . ti., la c i-c rc fromn t ci other" 'scx; tlha he h&9 bceti T?;no' ' to u ""isiwithi vCry` in*f~riP 'cornpa.y..r~w.: ý"i ý " LcýýkfC " rather than' aid+ itofb& nt4lI1. WhV~ailc Ar w adrn!. f''iJr. Biggs was\ i mnost acconplishcýd gc":kmraaa`gy.;' pnd a most' iniduSttfous, than of busicieis, 'e mi` equally. convincaii' bwos 4 man of mere de; b:iii .-a mcre cbroaider anwl clerk,; and t.t:t hie co.'. ', league v0'i& in iI " respect not qupernor to hin siIt' he. T rs the o Coleoy eh had dcplhy to depqof t;,ihll p &ur Eloftb. *hl#id i. b?oane, .a , detest the ' measud o, for bilel r tur"" e Amon.g ooer , his w hro iour tdwch uad t pSCHOOLCorpor tii ttd i over ti was :ie sa da lazy man of the Miiso ? ,e? ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 February 1829
. FOR SALE, .1. . INCH'S, No. 14,,.PITT STREET:. : IES' straw bonnets, trimm'd, at.17s, (6hildren's ditto,;. Dat' andI chil .lren?'s-Danstables and slit straw, black chip iam'd,--- Children's ditto, white and..yellow ,p?~an?~t ..trowsers, brown 4rilloditto-10s, gen =Ie1, en '??best London mad4e.:waistcoats. fine thý:shirte, ccttdn dtlitto, gentleireu's Sptiees, lidies': white satin ditto, white and co. ii? redAkid ditto, andbhildren'a black leather rOn " SALE AT REGENT VILLE. WELVE HUNDLRED HEAD ,OF SHORNED CA 'ILE a.o lso One Hun. i.iired and Twenty' Breeding Mares, and three ::: ocks of Ewes of 350 each. The abore Cattle liave been progressively. S:improved for many years,.ast, by the use of ..the best imported. Euaropean Bulls, so that I. they are now.f-faot only eminently Clceul:ated for the dxyry, but passess e~idy constitutions, with bolkd.and:mfake, profitable for Slat?ihter or dratifgliht . Si • itar .expense and caretlave-ber.giiven to tbhe,improvement of the 11,rs-s; the B...