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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 February 1829

fPi b-e to ifeoiatjr:m o?er S ebsrhctibers : Lboth tos a'- s' : ountry, theymst, considcrthe deli:erj' ftheVi"r V w?-. papers by us9to the Pr st-master in Sgrdney as re~arls' our fJrieds' up the country, and 5 rw. news-carrier as regrads.'O?urfrieude.rin Tow', a valid deliuve? to the? in l?aw respectitely; ithe .tae as .if put, into thdr p,. hands. Subscribers who do not receite their papers regilar.ly, are reqtested to comjplain to wu by letler: 'post paid ) and, as far as re can, we twill remnedf ?te erilt. But we will not be anszwerable for t'. Sdelivery of our Journal in a m~ore <C e tutal madn ier atlan t;eug set forth. mThis is the condition aA ..which e sell our" Journal, eand of which we hereby request all,our Subscriberd to tae notice. The public are cautioned topay.no mo;y,,, nor msr'ae any ettlement ont account of the Z'Proplietor of thsI J: ournal, withouit demanding a Px'NTrrD dicdpt. signed by Aim in 'his own proper- hand writinga Money paid on his account w...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor, The
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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 — 10 February 1829

- -- - --. . ...moo. aý--°-ý ir1mm1 ArpeM 1011 TFlE r E';NrrGI WEEK writA1iOJdm CI' VlftPiaý1on T17rm, &c. &c. r p(g LV 7 Sii- TIh MI RnNNNG, 13 AT NOON, ANDS . 1N .i#fi1 EVQ3ING I:ESPE.CTVlELY. igh" Wanter Dti m. pr A2 Morn.-- 6 m. p 12. iSun rases 20 m. p. 5.--rcto 40 n. p. 6. y,.1 " i ligh Water, 6 in. p. , l rarr.-:5 nt. y . Ijirhj i!2u rt. of the Moon. 28 .9. p. 5 Mlorn. cf ligh W raoter, 2 ia the Morn.-2- n. p.- 2 High Water, 59 In p.2 Mlorn.--32 w. p.3 " ligh l 1Yzar, 5 anin. p. 4 Torn.-36 A ~ft.' til cntinetitie 1 Seýuag;;caiUriAr lndir .A [iz3h Water l16iirp.,5 morit 43:-i. p. 5 SHigh Water 1ý$ tat. 6 Ao'in.---ýf, n ,. Aft. .. STu BDAT...AI. TL 3270N. E I Vcir Sururv ........ 72 83,l7 1 1)o $air MoN nAT ........ 76 1ii0 5ý D Cloudy * 9 1 N. '. CIoudy and liwt ........'IIVRSDAY 7 IZhDY. ..72 -S ' owr

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 February 1829

C `TO THI-E PUBLIC, l readers of the M.fontor.--Gentlementof rank, Sivil and military officers, whether subscribers to g journal or not, are informed, that it will be es item?ed a favour if they will transmit to the office of iL. thli Moitor a memorandnm of any birth, ,ieath, or marriage which rnay take place in their families or 4y c among their connexions either in the Colony or in England. The form and style of such communiea ' ions, will be implicltly observed by our printer, as it i- is wished to make this journal a register of incidednis of this kind, ns well for the gratification of our Co I: lonial, as of our foreign readers. SXON RAMS FOR SALE. srpWENTY.ONE fine young RAMS, i?: from the Saxon Rams of the ReerC mi:';d Samuel M.liareden, will be sold in lots, and may be seen depasturing in. Hyde aPark until Thursday the I2th ijastant, on Swhich day, if not. previously sold. they will be put up for sale by Public Auction, in the :,Market-place Sydney, by Mr. Robt. Cooper. SOth...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 February 1829

:O I Q 'u h'-ou Mnitr . t ·" o. :ci b itant, a pnragiraipBi r& Dtjlt:e to ta 'fctit (Oi.f; t;l. lion of inquuiry held as Par9 3 crdauarie, r, %; : r,_ lag certain abusio, coxve o.-jlhick 'i jv Jit+~rei to exist ih. ;tho (COflvWi2onri.&t D t.-nm--it: a that station Ill al.h·" v 6* formsr promnineint ontijct, -U3j l '.e;y "ý ,Jý- j' C 't 1 ''i3tIiuu Usefglu to IV Sniciu, :that ! taslper i~t ed ·jt .~a·lr ei;~;i carl e (lderive d! by 13. 1 iX . 9 I unle;: they thuulcd instittc a: C Cz Qý O j()j:i of InquirFy c2'e, and allo'7, etl' i lW~oidlu ae acrcused, wý Tý' yý41 ý y'ýz'41+' ýý1.ji:ýI`""ý'f C::,s, ptjnva e rU ztt - : i . . Otherwise, the parties wri puoo ft ly. ry'-m a be condemned, and the ;grrsy oi rsi z . And I bed !oRaC to 3t4 t, as fa. n I. am con cerned, that I ann in poascs-ion of cuff ci'iit dc-eu ments, ancican bring1 foiw'uwd uniri deuLnt olidlcv7ci to support Lfly cug1entions w.vhen called for. t 'ia my determrination to apply to ilia prupcr ou tbori s. fo...

Publication Title: Sydney Monitor, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 February 1829

DIED.-On Friday the 6th instant, at his residence in Pitt-street, Thomas Cade, Esq. aged 29 years, son of Captain Cade, R. N.; a gentleman of   highest respectability, leaving a widow and three children (in England) to lament his loss.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 10 February 1829

S ANSK -OF NEW SOUTH 'WALES. t Hl Tndersiktied take -this:~ unity iT neqtainting .the?ubli ?,thi they av~e ti tros conidqunce'ig;the:Bank of N. Wales1; that they take their notes in all transactionc and that for New sales; they will regeive- l Bnk- shares as ready money, from all Proprietors who, in, consequence of recent eents, may feel disposed to sell them. W aterloo Warehouse, :}· January 12, 1529. J .. COOPER & LEVEY-:., a rFtluable- Freehold Residene;, 'Suited -F'a Respecta1le and Genteel Family. . * .TB,. 'BODENIHAAM announces .to his nume i??Vl.rous and distinguished Patrons, that he. is Itliitructed to SELL by PRIVATE CONTRACT, at excellent and recentlymerected RESIDENCE of 'Mr. Lang, situated at the Corner of Kent and Bathurst-streets, in Sydney. 'The House com rises- in the attic, 2 rooms ; and 3 bed-rooms. `upornthe first floor, 2 parlours upon the ground oor, with store, closet, pantry, &c. complete, coach-house, stable for 2 horses, kitchens, bake house...

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Expence of the Government form at Ballyngarrs, since November last. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 February 1829

.lopence of the Government farm as Ballyngerra, , since November last. '. 7 Afonths rations for 20 men, the average - number employed at 9d. per day. , 152 10 0 Slops for ditto (at 16s. per suit) .16 0 0 2 Free Overseers, at £30 per annum each, for 7 months, is 35 0 0 4 Military, at Is. 4d. per day, 7months, is 56 0 ,0' Total. £259 1 0 0. To say nothing of bullocks, tear and wear o hir ness, and a good many other incidental oxpensi -88 Bushels of wheat at 6s per l)shel, is £26 Ss. 30 do. maize at US. per bushel is 7 10 33 10 On this small farm, Government is minus in 7 months £225 12 0' The next 5 months will produce nothing, which will' double the expense. (N. I. The broad arrow was put upon most of itse things, just befbre the Cotmnmissionera arrivid.L· 2),

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 February 1829

E HU 'iD ,DOLLARS S THEREEAS, about two o'clock on the? ' morning of 'riday the 23rd instant, some person or persons did wilfully and ma hiouely set on fire a SHED, containing all iybakvest, consisting of wheat,'barly, oats, :ye, and a large quantity of hay, all of which were consumed; with my Barn, also contain ing wheat,.a cart, and implements. Now I hereby offer the above REWARD to'any person that will bring those to justice who have acted so cruelly towards a man who has been striving to overcome his diffi cultics by unceasing industry; but who he held his labours on the above-mentiond morn--blasted by perfidicus wretches. J. -B. L. De ARRIETA. M'oreton Park, aow Pastures, Jan. 30, 1829. J KIRK beihg about to leave the Co e lony, informs the public that be has for sale a choice collection of Brood Mares, &c. Ist. An excellent gig mare, Blackwell breed, 5 years old, 16 hands- high, formerly "a saddle mare to the Rev. F. Wilkinson; is able to draw a chaise 8 miles within t...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 February 1829

To TIHE EDIToR or THE MONITOu Sin, The public have long been tantalized by your Aus tralian Contemporary, relative to the maiden toer of the Governor; and it appears by a paragraph in your last number, that this long rumoured maiden tour is not to be delayed longer than the 1st of next month. What dependence can the curious part of the public, (who long to see lls Excellency) place in your information, after repeated disappointments through the Australian, it is not for me to determine; but - this I may venture to say, that i. is not probable that the Governor will visit any station beyond a. days's ride from head quarters, untilthe eve ofhis depar ture from our shores. If the Governor do proceed on his maiden tour as you call it, in the coqrse of next month, I shall conclude,. that it wi'I be his fare well tour, thus killing two birds with one stone. And ttsave a long march in times of drought and scarcity of provender like the present, is worthy of considera tion by all men in aut...

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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 — 16 February 1829

DIARY.. ?MI.HORANDitM FOR THE ENSUINQ WESR. iAtIONS OF TIHERMOMETER, &C. &C. T19EN2 Af 7 R THE MORNINO, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENINOG RESPECTIVELY. High Water 13 m. p. 7 Morn.-42 m. p. 7 Aft. Sun rises 27 m. p. 5.-Sets 33 m. p. 6. SHigh Water, 10 mn. p. 8 Mornm.-36.m. p. 8 Night. S High Water, 56 :m. p. 8 Morn.--·1 m. p. 9 E' j "Night. Full Mood423 m. p. 5 Morn. High Water, 30 m. p.9. Mbrn.-50 .p. 9 S+ Night. - 'High Water,~ min, p. 0 Morn.-25 m. p 0l I Sexagesima Sunday. Higb. Water, 45 m. p. 10 Morn.--l1 Night. Ti ~High Water 16 m. p. 11 Morn.-35 m. p. 1 _ Night. ATVRDAY,....... 70 8272 N. E Fair. 1|uNirar ........ 7183 70 Do. Cloudy MOsDAY .,,.,... 172'86 71N. E. Cloudy and hot .i. .........697670. E. E Rainy T?'VeDAY....... 64 Z6168 Do. Showery 7'Muphat . .. ,. ! 8 791 95 Do. Do. 'asDAY .... . ....64 8068 Do. Cloudy

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PRICES OF FLOUR.—Per 100 1bs. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 February 1829

PRICES OF FLOUR.-Pcr 100 lbe. nealers, I Fine. J SecCO di. Dixon ................ . 28s. ' ' 20.: i Cooper .............. 23 20 Barker .............. 23 20 Raine .............. 23 20 1 DarliMills ........ 23 . 20 No, 81 George Street Sydney .WNero South MOAO LDITED, LjINIED. AND PUBLISHE D`. NIY. T.HE, PRO IIIETOPi EO*DWARD SMITH .H1&L;,L ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 February 1829

?. ' b f .tom_ ý ?,?.-; , .t ' " ,. poper.· u wAIhih6 d' tkmuwtq is. 8ydus y a. regard. - .~*4a. ;ip the coetry, and o oea7r newsKcarrier M ottour frfeu4'in Tomii,e vqld ,del very t. iaw . respctveil, }tA.. aae a if put t. owu i anir d. ',isuawi6?ers t aio do no recei.e jpapers reglarly, are requested to cormlain ato SkletAtter (pos paid)ciand1, as far as we cao, we tall k~ edy pii4 .lU t ,we will not be an.weradblefor the Cfery p.of our Journal in a motore e.ectual man ter that th1s set forth. This isa t:Iconiidition 4a i?ich we sell our Journal, and of t ihic 'wiue hIreb request all our Subscribers to take notice. 'Ac'pubtlic re cautioned to pay nomonaey, nor make an? settlement, on account of -the Pro~lietor qf t?#i Jiurbal, woithout ' demanding a, PRiTED receipt. (gined by hlna in hiA own proper hand, writings Money paid on Ahis account wiorishouuch receipt, will pot kegisa. credit for, nor acknowledged in any way. Vktikbers to thisA Journal on resigning it, will hans 4o pd ?foa...

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SYDNEY MARKET AVERAGE PRICES OF THE LAST MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 February 1829

SYDNEY MARKET AVERAGE PRICES OF THE LAST IMAFlKU'I. ,£ e.d.. .. Wheat per hsh. O 9 01 ucks ...0.. 5 * 0 Maize, do..... 0 11 0 Fowls, per piir 0 6 I) Barley, do.... 0 4 6' Geese, do..... O 8 Potatoes cwt.. 1 0. 6 Turkies, do. .. 0 16' 0O Butter, per lb. 0. 1 6 Hay, per ton...2O 0 0 1Eggs, .per doz. 0 2 OJ Straw, per load 2 0 # .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 February 1829

SSTEADY Person as i Warehouse and SCellI-m i'n Who perfectly understands sucb an employment, and who can give si tisfaEtory reference as to character. - Apply at the Counting-house of _ THOMAS -RAINE: February 5th, 1829. . '<.ý> WOOL. HF undersigned begs to inform Set tlers and others, that he intends ship ping Wool pier Et£ia, and is. willing to put .chase or make liberal advances.j upon wools consigned to his father in London. J. HOSKING, 19 Pitt Street,. - TO .ET OR' such'number of years as may be .' agreed upon, the MacovQUar FIELD ESTATE, 'sittiate in the District of Lower Minto, about five miles from the town of . Li verpool, containing upwards of 2,000 Acres of -Land, the whole fenced in, and divided. into several Paddocks: In point of situation, buildings, and gene ral conveniences, it is not to be rivalled in the Colony; and is well worthy the atten tion of any person wishing to form a dairy est.ýlishment. ' For Particulars apply to Mr. Meehan on the Estate. M...

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DESPERATE GANG OF SMUGGLERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 February 1829

DESPERATE GANG OF SMUGG'LERS, Last week application' was miade to StrRichard Birnie,. of Bow-street, for the assistance lof a principal.officer, to apprehend some of a most desperate gang of smugglers, who had assailed and wounded scveral of the persons engaged in the Preventive $?rvicc, on the cpast of Dorset. shire, Captain Jackson, inspector on that station, and jieutenant Sparks, who acts under him, had received instructions to seize upon the smugglers, who it wad expected would resist and fight to the iahst extremity; and Sir Richard?Brnie immedi ately directed Bishop - to join on this hazardous Secasion. T'he smugglers haid, oi the day the conflict took place, landed 120 tubs of spirits on thq?'beacb, whcn they heard' thie report of a pistol (the signal from the watch of the Preventive Ser vice) amongst the cliffs. They were, however, too numerous and too well armed to care about thh efforts of so small a number of opponents as that part of the Country could send against them....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 February 1829

DEATH.-ALEXANDER PAT. CAMPBELL,   fourth son of ALEXANDER McLEOD, Esq. aged 2 years.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 February 1829

A Good Joke. Captain Crotty we are informed wishes, though out of all civil command, and only a plain Captain in the 39th regiment of foot, to be con sidered by our Attorney General so much an Officer of State as to be the subject of' moving against us an ex officio prosecution for libel ! ! Nothing however   will justify the Captain's character but civil purgation. We are sorry to be the means of injuring any man. But our duty is imperative. Our columns to any ex tent at present, or any future period, shall be open to the Captain's defence; but if he resort to the law, let it be on the civil side of our Court.

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(Domestic Intelligence continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 February 1829

e(D?seoute Inteali'ence c.atllnaed (A man with sheep in charge, passed a gentleman the other day in Sydney. They appeared like. sheep. jost arrived.) Whose sheep are these ? The new Governor's. What is his, name ? Don't know. You are quizzing ?. No. They are consigned to Captain Bunn, and came here iin the Ship Persian. (Chit Chat.) Dredging the parts with fine flour has been die. covered.by Doctor Ward, of Manchester, to be a 'remedy for. the.pain and the wound arising from a scald or a-burn. We would recommend parents to try this plan, being simple and easily accom plished. Immersing the parts in cold water for an hour:or. more, we have found to take away the pain of a scald or burnt, and also to reduce it to a common sore. CHIT-CnAT.--On Tuesday last, a man named Bennett employed in felling timber at the Five Islands, lost his life by the bite of a snake.-Colonial hats are now being currently sold in Sydney, at so low a g?tte as ten shillings ; in some shops the same arti cle of ...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 16, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 February 1829

JIEE, MONITOR. OI: NDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 16, 1829. We sbkal now ask a few questions, as naturally re "lJting from the voluminous facts and statements mad the Port Macquarie and Newcastle affairs, as related ".y us in tho foregoing pages of this paper. And 1st. did the two several Commissions of Enquiry which.at 't.ded at Newcastle, learn all the facts we hate related l.ove t If they did not, whera,were their tactuand. 4eligemcn ? If they did, was the information they gained. all laid before the General I If not, where was their 4del.ty as Commissoners. If it were, are- Messrs. Rolsertson and Wright, the most suitable persons on ?untek s. River, to be in the 'Commission of 44b. peaio. . We trast His 'Excellency will be able to, answer -b-es questdois i n a .wiiy satisfactory to all men. WI Impugn not His Excellency's motives. They as . doubtless pure. But we again- deplore His 'i tllency's ideas of public rectitude and.pf Britiph geternment. •as Convicts at Newcastle.were about 25...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 February 1829

NOTICE IT having been represented to me, that ex tensive depredations have been for some time past, and now are, comnmitted on my lands, comprising fitieen hundred and fifty acresr known by the same of4 Leagh Farm and late the property of Mr. Joseph Penning ton deceased, and situate on the left bank of the first branch' of. Hunter's River in the. County of D jrham : These are therefore to caution all persons to abstain from trespass. ing theteon, either by cutting down the timber, and splitting of shingles, grazing cattle, or otherwise,-I-t it further notified to all whom it may concern, that I have au thorised Mr. Francis Williams of Newcastle, to impound any cattle, so found, and to seize upon all such timber and shingles, a3 well as. to .prosecute any person or persons trespass. ing as aforesaid on the said estate. Pitt Street, Feb. 16thl1829. GEORGE WILLIAMS. THE CHEAPEST WAREHOUSE IN SYDNEY, IS J AMES SIMMONS'S Jerusalem Ware e o iouse, George-street,has just received by the La...

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