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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 June 1827

1( `Or+3a.` t :. F iOBii Q3!ORS `THE ENJ8 !o.; ,61E:' } i rises, at' 5 mi. pist 7. - I igWater at )ort-Jaekson, I nimti. past 12 in the Mrning.--36 niin: past 12 Aft. N":;coinede. Sun sets 55 min,'past 4. - ,.' High Water, 6 min. past 1 Morn.-33 min. past 1 Aft. -... , C ' Equation of Timne.-Sun on the meridian of Sydney, .. -'3 mini 27 sec..before 19 meari time.r * Whit-Sunday. I High Water 2 Morn.--28 min. past 2 Aft. 4 First Quarterof the Moon, 58 min. ppst 6 horn. -?- I'Whit-Monday. S. ID High Water, 59 rmin. past 2 Morn.--3; min. past 3 Aft. j Day decreased 4 hours and 28 minutes. Whit-Tuesday. Boniface. ' High Water, 5 min. past 4 Mort.-36 min. past 4 Aft Day 9 Hours'and 50 Minuteas ong. Duke-of Cumberland born; 1771. .; I~bi f High Water, 15 min. past 5 Morn.-3 min. past 5 Even. "•1: I;ý' [High Water, 12min: past 6 Morn.-46 min past 6.Ev.' : . GARDEN.-This is a Winter Month and little can be done.' Plant Cuttings from hardy Trees, and making [laye in the field. Spring Barley ...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 June 1827

To TlHE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. SI t YouR Correspondent "' Chatamville" deserves the' thanks of all, who delight in the search of knowledge and infdrm * at.on, for the interesting subject he has propqsed, to be discussse SIs .ousnt ,'tý.Eie?entaelnade, b Scipio at Carthage, 'an&d.tie 'ebb' of the Tide"; at that juuni re..rfet y ohticides, with that of the eminent histrilan.Livy ; indeed so exactly d_ find the statements correspond, thatI presume.:he baal his eye on a passage. of that Author, in the 26th. Book, Chap. 45. " Scipio, ut ei un-i Sciatum est, JESTUM. DOFCEDERE quod'per piscatores Tarraconenses "nuns levibus cymbis, nune ubi eme ,iderent, vadis pervagatos S'stagnum, comInertum habebat facilem pedibus, ad muruni trat.-. "situm. dari, eo. secum armatos duxit," From all 'the' Geographers 1 have read, " there are no sensible "tides at the Mediterranean, the Baltic, or the Black Sea," which induces ,.e to believe, that the sudden retirement or shallowness of the water, w...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 June 1827

DIED.—At Hobart Town on the 17th Ult., Mrs. Da-   vey, Relict of Colonel Davey, formerly Lieut. Governor   of V. D. Land, and mother of Mrs. Scott, Lady of the Colonial Surgeon.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 June 1827

To Residents at the Five Islands, and all others Concerned. NOTICE is hereby given, that if any persons shall here- after cut cedar, depasture cattle, or otherwise trespass on my Grant of Land at the llawarra they will be prosecuted for the offence. Sydney 23th. May, 1827. JAMES FARMER. IMPOUNDED, iu the District of Gcorge': River. the j' following Cattle: One dark brown Cow, branded on t'he near rump DA andi ou the off rump with a mark In thb'frm' of an anchor. One light red Heifer Calf.' One red Cew, branded similar to the above Cow. One rod Heifer Cal'; with white face* One light mouse-coloured Steer, b:anded on the off ntnp WI. P. 'I' I' CEI L" P" 4 keo ,a

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 June 1827

S' RANKIN'S CHEESE. G EORGE DODDERY, of the \lilitary Canteen, G begs leave to . inform his Friends and the Public, that he is the only Person who has the Sale of this celebrated Article, and has now on hand some Pricme Qualities and in excellent condition, which he offers at reasonable Prices. iLFOUSE TO LET.--To be Let for 1 or more Years, as may be agreed on, that elegant and well furnished House and Premises, situated No. 3, York Street, lately occupied by H. Gilman:, Esq. Major of Brigade. For further particulars, apply next door, or at No. 57, Castlereagh Street. tRANCIS BEATTIE, of Newcastle begs leave to inform his Friends and the Public, that he has lately obtained the Governor's Permission to act as Auctioneer and Appraiser, in the District of Hunter's River, and Orders he may receive from his Friends will be executed with every possible care and attention. W. MACDONALD, GUN MAKER, BRASS FOUNDER. AND IRON MONGElR, No. 68,' George Street Sydney, IHAS just received by the la...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 June 1827

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE     The remarks of a contemporary on hawkers, or per sons in their character, opening th6 doors of peoples' houses under pretence of offering.their wares for sale, but really. in order "to enter sans. ceremonie, and purloin any thing that comes to hand, was exemplified one day last week, by a fellow entering the front room of Mr. Hall's Cottage in Goulburn Street, and seizing two table and four silver tea spoons; lying on 'the table. Nothing else in the room was disturbed. ' .M'GUxiNERS the Pirate Bushranger, whid was captured about a month since, near Mr. Terry's farm on the SLiverpool 'oad, by a Soldier; and was wounded in the contest which .took place, after lingering in a state of extreme debility, died on Friday last, in Sydney Gaol. The Nvoutid.he receivedjwas an extraordinary one. The ball entered at the knee and took a horizontal direction downwards, and then coming but at the lower part of the calf! An inquest sat on the body ...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 June 1827

ENGLIS- WMISCELLANIES. . GAs-LAMPs FOR CARRIAGES.--On Wednesday evening, one of Mr. Bretherton's icoaches, the Regulator, started from the Talbot Inn,' lighted by means of portable gas. This is the first carriage which has appeared in Liverpool with gas appa raktus. The gas is contalned in a reservoir which is placed sinugly under the front top seat behind the Loachman's box, and also, occupies a part of the boot, and it is conducted to •two lamps of the usual form, with jets or burners. The light was bright and steady. The receiver will contain thirty-feet of gas, which will burn for fourteen to sixteen hours, and it cai in: a few minutes be replaced, by changing the empty vessel for a full one of the same dimensions.--Liverpool Commercial Chronicle. WE call Lady William Lennox, Lady William Lennox, upoii the authority of. the following paragraph from -the Brighton paper of Thursday : S"WYE understand that Miss Paton was presented for the first: time to a female branch of .the Rich...

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Lower Branch, Hawkesbury, May 18, 1827. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 June 1827

Lower Branch, Hawkesbury, Mary 18, 1827 TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR   SIR,       I have lately returned from seeking a farm of nine- teen hundred and odd acres of land due to me from Govern- ment. I went as far as Liverpo0l Plains--a country equal in beauty and fertility to every thing that has been said of it - but as the Plains are beyond our Surveyor-General's official     demarcation, I have settled on a vacant spot near Kingdom Ponds, which neither interferes with the sacred reserve for Mother Church, nor yet with the immense manor of Messrs. Mc'Queen and Mc'Intyre. Since my return I have read Mr. B. Levey's letter complaining of George Allen Esq. Solicitor; and as I consider that Gentleman treated me, one of his first clients, when he was proud of my custom, very cavalierly, as well as ungenerously, I beg to say, through your stern co- lumns of justice, that a certain bill of Mr. Allen, on being tax...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 June 1827

PUBLIC NOTICE. THE undermentioned Persons have obtained Certificates   of Freedom, during the last Week ; viz.— Adamant—Thomas Skinfield, Almorah (2)—JamesMol-   loy, Peter Stewart, Andrew Crawford. Asia (1)—John Fordyce, John Halliday, William Curtis,John Bates, James   Smith, John Stapleton, Oliver Gulson, Robert Wilie, John Newman, Robert Johnson, Benj Johnson, theYounger     Samuel Stocks. Dorothy—James Calligan, Peter Loney, or Lowery, Terence Byrne, Francis Joyce. Earl St Vincent (2) —Thomas Garrod. Elizabeth (I)—James Thomas, from a Col. Sentence, Daniel Canvin, Richard Roberts, William Watson. Francis and Eliza-Mary White. General Hewitt —John Chave, George Brake. Grenada (2)—Thomas Smith.   Guilford (4)—Henry Butler, Haldane—Joseph Hilton.   Hebe—Edward Thornton, William Bryant, William Jones, John George. Hinduostan—Enoch Cooper. John Bull— Catherine Stafford, Bridget Lunny, Catherin...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 June 1827

'To THE EDITOR. OFTHE 'IONITOR, " Scribimus indocti doctique." . HAC. "'All dare to write, who can or cannot read." I am well. a·are..that Editors must exercise all their discrinmination, to prevent being imposed upon, by false' ifabrications and malicious misrepresentations, cbuched in delusive terms, " Under the fair pretence of friendly ends ;" and I am also thoroughly convinced, that even the most wary will sometimes be entrapped, by the wily mis-statements whicli, " in misplaced-words,----'" are frequently attempted to be foisted upon them iby interested' and prejudiced individuals, who in order to compass their own prirate ends, hesitate not to abuse thy confidence which is placed in them. Under this impression, and with a view to i'render justice ;to the generality of assigiled servants, (who I feel happy in being able to say, are the very -converse, of the dissatisfied' and refractory set of mortals, which any person, unacquainted with them, would immediately pronounce them ...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 June 1827

ARRIVALS.-On Wednesday, the Brig Guide, Captain Ashmore, from Calcutta and Hobart Town on the 19th ult. (We subjoin the following particulars of lading, as copied from the "Tasmanian, as by the new Custom-house regulations. ,w?e are not allowed the usual recourse to the manifests, &c) 150 bags of rice, 3,000 gunny bags, 117 parcels dried ginger, 20 reams Patna paper, 52 boxes Madras tallow candles, 56 ditto Madras soap, 10. ditto wax ditto, 100 chests hvson skin tea, 130 tierces salt pork, 135 bags ginger, 1 box bandannahs, 6 bales silks, piece goods, 50 bolts canvas, with sundry cases &c cotton wick, sail twihe, bed-side carpets, baftabs, cottons, sherry, &c. &c. Passenger, Lieut. U. P. Hughes, Hoa. Company's Artillery., - DEPARTURES.--On Friday, The Adeenture, for Port Macquarie, and Madeira Packet, for New Zealand., Oa Tuesday, the Cutter Fanny, for Hobart Town. On Wedneaq' day, the Emma Kemp, for Hobart Town. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.--The Australia, ...

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THE MONITOR. FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 June 1827

. THE MONITOR. FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1827. SOME of our friends, for whom we have a great res pect, have put certain queries to us, to the effect fol lowing. 1.IN making the Convicts so much the subject of       your editorial essays, are you not, upon reflection, of opinion, that the character of the Monitor, as a Journal, is lessened in respectability? 2. IN making the treatment of the Convicts so much the subject of your animadversions, do you not think (weighing the matter well) that a spirit of discon tent, to say the least, may be generated among them; to the great detriment of the interests, and the endan germent of the well-being of the colony ? 3. AND do you not consider, that the policy which ought to be held out as the right one, is, to keep the Convicts down ?--to allow them no POLITICAL EXISTENCE WHATEVER ?- Now to these three questions, being put by those, for whom, as we before observed, we have great respect; we shall give just as many...

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Export Manifest of the Ship Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 June 1827

Eirport Manifest of the Ship Australia. 350 Balee wool-44 Casks arrow root-48 Blue gum planki --6450 T'reeiiil~-831 Cedar planks--80 Casks cocoa nut oil r-81 'do.Sea elephant oil--37 do. Seal skins---2 pies mdejI4cI ;t'i' wine-1- Case jirds. -.( ,

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 June 1827

To THE EDiTOR OF THE MONITOR. SIR, IT is a matter of the most frigid importance to6 me, as it is, I have no -doubt, to all your Subscribers, whether the tide ebbed and flowed at Carthage, or not. At all events, those, who in Botany Bay, take any.de light in classical investigation; even thdse would never. dream of referring to the, Monitor Newspaper as an. au thority: as for those of ,us, who, ,like myself, know nothing whatever of Polybius or Strabo, barring their' names, they would any day, I am quite sure, rather see the space now occupied by the learned Chatamville and - Juvenis, allotted to some interesting Advertisement, some coirm'ent upon Stamp Duties, or some interesting Ex tracts from English Journals. I tell you plainly Mr. Monitor, I consider the filling up of any portion of your columns with such learned disquisitions as those of Chatamville and Juvenis, a fraud: I do not consider, when I see their flouncing names, that I get. my. full . shillings' worth of News; and th...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 June 1827

MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. SSUN rises, at 7 min. past 7. SHigh Water at Port-Jacksox., 13 min. past 7 in the Morning.-42 mrin. past 7 Ev. Sun sets 53 min. past 4. High Water, 10 min. past 8 Morn.-36 min. past 8 Nt. Equation of Time.--Sun on the meridian of Sydney, 1 min. 25 sec. before 12 mean time. STrinity-Sunday. High Water 56 min. past 8 Morn.-10 min. past 9 Nt. Full Moon, 55 min. past 1 Morn. St. Barnabas. High Water, 30 min. 'past 9 Morn.-.50 min. past 9 Nt. oF I ' High Water, 5 min.-past.10 Morn.-25 min. past '10 Nt. SDay decreased 4 hours and 22 minutes. High Water, 45 min. past 10 Morn.-11 at Night. SDay 9 Hours and 46 Minutes long. " I I High Water, 16 min. past 11 Morn.-35 min. past 11 Nt. VARIATIONY OF. THERiMOMIETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN TILE EVENING RESPEC TIVELY. THURSDAY ...... 53 64 62 Clear and Cool. FRIDAY.......... 54 66 63 Fine and Seasonable. SATURDAY i..... 51 66 62 Morning's Cold. Light Clouds. SUNDAY ....

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR, Campbell Town, June 2, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 June 1827

To THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR, Campmell 'own,.June 2, 1827: S ILLUMINATION wvhich has awakened all the Inha- 4{, bitaihts in this neighbourhood from their slumber, has.not the less given birth to feelings of the most enlivened description amongst us. At three o'Clock to day (Saturday) we heard that it.had pleased the Governor to suspend or repeal the tax ,on the public press---such information gladdened all hearts, and ,as a joyous pledge of gratitude to such propitious benificence, and also to congratulate the Colony at large, the Inhabitants on the evening most splendidly illumiried their houses; and in fact, such was the scene exemplified by all classes of people in this rich, beautiful, and populous district; that for the distance of three miles what I may justly call the theatre of amusement, there was but one feeling excited Mr. Cullens' house had a most pleasing effect, as also had several others; so much so, that I think the ,event cannot fail to by cherished, whilst memory h...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALIAN. Pitt Street, Saturday, June 2, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 June 1827

'To THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALIAN. Pitt Street, Saturday, June 2, 1827. SIR, You say in your number of yesterday's'date, that you were not among those who had advanced their money under the late Stamp Act, and that it had been your intention " to have appeared under every circumstance without a.Stamp." The public believe this, for it was generally rumoured you intended to publish on the eveniing before the 1st instant, .., nam'ely, last Thlursday Evening, by which piece of well-timed ' and frugal ingenuity, you would have had no occasion to pay the said Stamp Duty; seeing that the Act did not take p lace in operation till the Friday (i. e. yesterday) AlMorning. I men-. tion this 1Wr: Editor, because your enemies have insinuated that you wished it to be understood you would have "appeared before your Readers on Friday Morning," (i. e. published on " Friday lorning) " without a Stamp"--a measure of courage. and independence, which, however desirable to enjoy the praise of, you must fee...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 June 1827

To THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. SIR, a THE parade of learning in which. I used to indulge, in very early, years, I have now renounced, being weary of too many varieties. Your Correspondents Juvenis and Chatam ville will therefore peradventure pardon me; if I answer them as a plain spoken man. Though generally speaking there is no tide in the Mediterranean, yet in several of its gulfs there are tides at the present day, whatever there might be in the. times of Polybius, Strabo, Heroditus, or other cosmographic gentlemen of antiquity. The tides on our shores are well ' known to be irregular and partial; why they are so on these unclassical shores, exposed to vulgar observation, I leave to the investigation of the Eaid learned disputants. I am, Sir, Your humble Servant,' A SETTLER. ---seewur~

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 June 1827

SYDNEY MARIKETS. THE wetness .of the preceding day operated unfavourably upon the market Yesterday.-Grain heavy on hand to alate hour, and a considerable quantity remained unsold at the close, Prices did not vary materially from last week. A good deal of fine Hay was sold Cattle sales were very trifling. Average price of Whleat from 5s. to 6s. per Bnshel.-Maize 5s. to 68. 6d.-Barley 6s. jd.-Oats 3s. 6d.--Butter 2s. to 3s,. per lb.-Cheese i?. 3d.-Eggs 2s. to .2s. 9d. per doz. -,-Fowls 2s. 94. to 3,s. 6. per couple.-.-Ducks 3s. 6J. to 4s. 64.-Geese' 9s. to 12,. 6d.--Turkies 10s. to 14s.-Pota toes Ga. 6d. to 12.. 6d. per cwt.--Fine Flour 17. 44. sterling per cwt.-Bread 5d. per loaf.-Beef 2s. 8d. per stone,--Mutton 3s. Gd.--Veal 4s. 4d.--Lamb 4s.-Pork 4s. 8d.-Hay 91. to 161. 10s. per load.-Straw 11. 5s, to 11. 10s. per load. No. 81, GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY, NEW SOL'T WALES: EDITED, PRINTED, AND PUBLISHED, BY THE PROPRIETOF? P. s HALL. iI

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. SPAIN, PORTUGAL, AND FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 June 1827

SPAIN, PORTUGAL, AND FRANCE. Tizns.--There is no truth more perfectly undeniable, than that a powerful arm in nineteen cases out of twenty, .proves- the most efficient peace-maker. Mr. Canning, must ofcourse- be-aware of this; indeed he has illus trated his sense of it by the squadron in the Tagus, as well as by his verbal explanation of its intended uses. The Foreign Secretary and his colleagues have only failed in the execution of a policy which cannot in reason or justice be condemned. If, therefore, the squadron already on the spot be too small, try what virtue there mnay be in a reinforcement; if ships cannot be applied -with advantage, send a few regiments -from Cork and Plymouth. Garrison Lisbon, and release the Troops of Portugal from their inactive duty. Further, if Kings Ferdinand and Charles make war upon our ally with Portuguese rebels, what argument can they urge why England and Portugal conjointly should not retaliate, by employing .the Liberals of Spain for the overth...

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