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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 June 1827

G. HAZARD, oo ft-binber, anob oppWr lIate i.rinter, No. 21. CASTLEREAGH STREET. H AS the pleasure of ag tin returning his heart-felt acknowledgments for the distinguished Patronage and Support he has had the honour to experience since his arrival in the Colony, and his commencement of the Book-binding Business. He now has the additional gratification of informing his Friends, that having purchased a COPPER PLAKPE PRINTING PRESS, of very superior construction, he will be enabled on the shortest-notice to complete any orders in that branch of Printing he may be favored with, on reasonable terms. Sterling and Ready Cash Pamenrits. To CORRESSPONDENTS. TfEN DOLLARS REWVARD.-VIIEREAs, many of our Subscribers in the interior and remote parts of the Colony have often complained to us, that our Journal, although carefully enveloped in a substantial cover duly addressed, is delivered to them without such envelope and otherwise in a dirty state and sometimes torn-and where as .the dishonest pe...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 June 1827

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.   SUPREME COURT SESSIONS. FRIDAY, JUNE 1.-This being the last day of the Criminal Sittings, the following   prisoners were placed at the bar for judgment. John   Emmerson and Michael Coogan convicted at different times of the same orfence, viz. Forgery upon the Bank of Australia. Coogan being asked why sentence of death should not be passed upon him, urged that on his trial, necessary proof of the fabricated instrument being in his hand writing, was wanting. That he had been deprived of the privilege always allowed to prisoners before trial, in as much as having been committed to gaol on entirely a different charge, (attempted piracy) he was wholly unprepared to meet the indictment on which he had been tried ; otherwise he should have been able to have refuted the charge; he concluded by praying the Court to ex amine witnesses, touching the alleged Deism of the convicting witness. Neither thbe objections of Coogan made no...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 June 1827

- WiS' reference to the late. order of the Home .-Govoe pte,. $'orbidding. Prisoners of thei Crown to marry with the8aughtersr of our Settlers, I beg leave to'state the case of, an individual of the former class, from which you will be enuabied, to draw your own conclusions of the effect such a .prohibition must have on' the private happiness and prosperity of individuals, and on social order., ,1. S. (prisoner for life,) came to the Colony about 5 years since,: and on his arrival was assigned to Mr. --- a re spectable' free settler of some property. With Mr. - he remained until within the last-months, and was esteemed by his master for his. faithful and discreet behaviour. Mr had a daughter, and J. S. being a good-looking man, a private attachment was formed between them. It unhappily became criminal. It was discovered in due course of time. In the first transports of his rage, .the offended parent banished his daughter from his roof, and returned his servant ,to government; the yo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 June 1827

:BEB LET, the; :Halfevay-house, formerly Powell's, (1 ?- and knowni:bythe' sign of theBritannia. None but res, ipctable' Applicants can be attended to, .as on the character of the :new Tenant, depends the house being indulged with a lice se. Apply to the under signed. " "' = eorge Street, March 14, 1827. JAMES UNDERWOOD. -The Premises with House and Stables will be put into S tenantable repair. rpO BE LET, in the District of Appin, One Hundred and j. Seventy' Acres of good Land, of which One Hundred and Twenty Acres are cleared and in cultivation. The whole is fenced in, and a good Cottage thereon; and sufficient of excellent water runs through the middle of it. Will be let for one or more years as maybe agreeable to the parties. Application to be ' made to Mr John Cullen, No. 11, York Street, Sydney. SW. MAC.DONALD, GUN MAKER, BRASS FOUNDER. AND IRON. -MONGER, No. 68, George Street Sydney, J AS just received by the latest arrivals, double and single barrell'd fowhng pieces, muskets...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 June 1827

GOVERNMEMT NOTICE. COLONIAL :?ECRETARY's OFFICE,. MAY 31St, 1827. W HEREAS a certain Bill, purporting to be an Act entitled, " An Act for imposing a Duty upon all N" ewspapers, and P~zper of a like ?Nature, printed to be " dispersed and made public," hath, been published in the Sydney Gazette, bearing Date the Fourth Instant, and the .said Publication being premature, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to such effect; and further, that all matters and .things in the said bill contained, will be suspended until full and effectual provision shall be made in respect of the same, in due course of Law, and the same-will be published accordingly. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAY. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, JUNE 4th, 1827. IJIS EXCELLENCY the Governor has directed that it UJbe notified, that during his Residence at Parramatta, e proposes going into Sydney every Tuesday, and re ceiving such persons, as may be desirous of seeing him on Business," between the Hours of El...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 June 1827

Shipping inteligence ARRIVALS.—The H. E. I. Company's Cruiser The Re- search, Captain Patrick Dillon, came to anchor in Watson's Bay on Saturday, and resumed her voyage of discovery on Monday. She left Hobart Town on the 20th, ult.—On Wed- nesday, the Cutter Governor Arthur, from Port Dalrymple, the 29th, ult. DEPARTURES.-On Saturday, the Ship Australia; Capt. Sleight, for London direct. Passengers, Capt. Gillman, Lady and 3 children, Drs. Thomson and Morris, Mr. Reid and Lady, Messrs. A. W. Scott, and Luke Dillon, and (for lading see manifest) master H. James—On Sunday the Elizabeth, Capt. Collins, for the Isle of France, and the Albion, Capt. Ralph, for Batavia.—On Monday the Schooner Alligator, for Port Macquarie.—On Tuesday the Brisbane, for Port Dalrymple. Yesterday the Currency Lass, for the same place.— PROJECTED DEPARTURES.-The Rosanna, Capt. Herd, for London direct, will sail in all probability on Sunday; and the Mary Hope, Capt. Farmer, for Liverpool, in the course of the ...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MONITOR. FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 8 June 1827

'THE IMONITORS. FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1827. COLONEL DUnmARSsQ has proved to be the unknown Passenger per the Australia, and is really gone home at laist. Although the Colonel was allied closely to, the Government by the ties of kindred and ofliciality, still, the uhhappy measures which it has been the misfortune of Governor Darling to have had passed during his short reign, have.not affected the Colonel in the public esti rnation-at least as far as our knowledge extends. When' we consider 'the extreme difficulty of a person who is obliged to appear a busy actor in unpopular measures, so condycting'himself as to save his own personal popula Srity w ti the' people, which Colonel Dumaresq did in so great a measure, we feel strongly disposed to feel most 'kindly towards that individual. The fact is, that how ever much 'we may have to'detlore 'the paucity in this , Colony'of such characters in New South Wales, Colonel Dumaresq was really a Gentleman-a: word, in the En glish language full of me...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 June 1827

A t%ýonneiwnce of Me izent&I ivng acceded toAthe wishes .q' the Colonj at 1,'ge; &y hot putting in force the' new tamp Act, the price r of is Journal wll be charged. One heilling when weftrn'i h our bills. But to those subscribers who intend patronizing us by taking both numnbers, the price i ill bie only nine-pence each. Kind of money. such as mat be current in the Sydney market, at the time they pqy their bills:. - -A the price of our Numbers will amoupt only to the price of , our late Magazine, namely, eighteen-pence; we shall take S the liberty of forwarding them in the interim to all our Subscribers.. Such of: tem as may prefer taking, in one rs?imber at a shilling, will be pleased to send ar word .to that Sefect, and we will thereafter tranamit them only one. But. Stey will have the goodness also to say, t ic? of the two .umbers they prefer- Te?sday'sCopy, or Friday's.

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 June 1827

DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. SUN rises, at 7 min. past 7. io High Water at Port-Jacksoe, 13 min. past 7 in the Morning.-42 min. 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. S I Trinity-Sunday. High Water 56 rain. past 8 Morn.-10 min. past 9 Nt. Full Moon, 55 min. past 1 Morn. St. Barnabas. High Water, 30 min. past 9 Morn.-S0 min. past 9 Nt. o, High Water, 5 min. pass 10f Morn.-25 min, past 10 Nt. Day decreased 4 hours and 22 minutes. e High Water, 45 min. past 10 Morn.-11 at Night. Day 9 Hours and 46 Minutes long. S1 ' High Water, 16 miu. past 11 Morn.-35 min. past 11 Nt VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN TIHE EVENING RESPEC TIVELY. THURSDAY ...... 53 64 62 Clear and Cool. FRIDAY.......... 54 66 63 Fine and Seasonable. SATURDAY ..... 51 66 62 Morning's Cold. Light Clouds. 'SUNDAY ....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 June 1827

To TIE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. THE chief bidders at Captain Piper's sale, were the merchants and shop-keepers of Sydney, the greatest portion of whom are emancipists, some of them of the first respectability; i. e. if wealth and commercial vir tues and talents make a man in the colonies respectable. The intimates of the estimable proprietor bought but little; and were by no means so distinguished for their exertions in other respects, in giving life and animation to the scene, as the said persons. Judge then of the feelings of these men, when those of the greatest wealth and consequence among them, along with the rest, were all excluded from a public tifin or lunch which was set out in two of the rooms ! One of the said rooms being occupied by silent motions by the elect, the door was shut, their brothers' elect being privately sent for one by one out of the other room.! The present proprietor of Piper Castle was excluded from the sanctum sanctorum ! The insult occasioned a great sen...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 June 1827

EN-GLISH MISCELLZ ANZ'. TtI3s--We make no scruple of repeating the opinion, which for more than three years past we have avowed, that there scarcely occurs a passage in English history, more disgraceful in its circumstances, cr in its national consequences more disastrous, than the base truckling of Great Britain-first, to the ill-disguised treachery, next to the audacious effrontery, last of all, to the vic torious and overbearing aggrandizements of the House of Bourbon, for ends equally hostile to general liberty, and to the individual safety and prosperity of England, exhibited in this conversion of 'Spain into a French province, of which the fine ports and formidable gar risons are, in defiance' of the most solemn pledge, retained as points of attack upon the power of the British empire; while every article, the [production of foreign industry, which can be required for 14,000,000 of Spaniards, has, become exclusively French instead of English, and a source of encouragement to t...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 June 1827

SYDNEY MARKETS. Average prkrie of Wheat from 5s. to G6. per Bnshel.--Malze 58. to 6?. 6d -Barley ;.s. id.-Oats 3s. 6d.--Butter 2s. to 3s. per lb.-Cheese l.. 3d.-Eggs 2s. to 2s. 9d. per doz. -Fowls 2s. 9d. to 3s. 6V. per couple.--Ducks 38. 64. to 4:. Gd.-Gecse 9s. to 12s. 6d.-Turkies 10s. to 14s.--Pota toes 68. 64. to 12.s. 6i. per cwt.--Fine Flour 17:. 4d. sterling per cwvt.-Bread 5d. per loaf.-Beef 2s. 8d. per stone.-Muttou 3s. 6V/.-Veal 4s. 4d.-Larnb 48.-Pork 4s. 8d.-Hay 91. to 161. 10s. per load.--Straw 11. 5s,to 11. 10o. per load. No. 81, GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WAL?,IS EDITED, PRINTED, AND PUBLISHED, BY THE PROPRIETOJ E. S: HALL.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 June 1827

T IMPOUNDED at Robinson's Pounid Camden. One Pole H Heifer, white and hblack Spots, branded C N off Hip, 2.. years old- Two Red and white Heifers, horned, branded C N off Hip-Two Hleifers,. black with white along the back,. branded C N off hip, yearlings--One Red Steer, little white on. the tail; brand iuteligible. JOHN ROBINSON, Pound-heeper. If not owned within Fburteen days from this date, the above will be sold to defray the expencos. June 12th, 1827.. In the Estate of James Squires, Deceased. LETTERS of Administration to the Estate of James Squires deceased, having been granted to me, all Persons having any claim on the said Estate, are re- quested to send the same to the Office of Mr. James Norton, and all Persons indebted to the said Estate, are required to pay, the same to him forthwith. Daniel Cooper, Administrator. Waterloo Warehouse, 9th, June1827.   T C. FARNELL, Carpenter and Joiner, Late of No. 77, Pitt Street, Sydney, begs leave to return his sin- &am...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MONITOR. TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 June 1827

THE MONITOR. TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 1827. WE received the following after our Journal of Friday went to Press. We give it to our Readers verbatim. If we understand it right, it is a postcript to the letter pub lished in our last signed "A Subscriber," dated "at Campbell Town, and giving an account of the rejoicings in that rich, prosperous, and intelligent district, on ,ac count oQf the Governor's rescinding the tax on News 8aturday Night, half-past ,Eight o'Clock. "PoSTCRIPT." As soon as the News-papers arrived, at Campbell Town, the Subscribers, or their servants, were in a bustei " who should get served first :"-but on the suspension of the Stamp Act being made known, all was joy:arid .festivity. THE inhabitants to testify their unfeigned regard for their King and his Representative, fired a "feu-de-yoie" on the occasion,'and afterwards adjourned to the licensed houses, where harmony and conviviality reigned until a late hour. THE following were among the Toasts given, viz.-- 1. " God...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 June 1827

' PAS!LEY V. ?HILL and HALL. The public will remem ber this acti:)n, wherein Mr. Alien and Dr. Wardell were the Plaintiff's advocates, and whose damage they them -selves fixed at a shilling, and their own at 20 guineas. In illustration of his own conduct, and as a sort of pe •nance we snppose, there is inserted in The Australian of Friday, the following quotation from a London Paper. Y The number of actions for libel against various jour jials, which are noticed in another part of our paper, is, we believe, without precedent; and can only be ac counted for from the rapacity of attorneys." The ten guineas each which the two attorneys or advocates above extracted in the above case, will never be forgotton eithe' by us or the public. r 'Tuirin runaway prisoners named Halpin, Connor andStorey, who have kept Piarramatta and its vicinity in.a state of alarm by their repeated robberies, have at length been captured. Halpin. was taken at Prospect, and having recounted the exploits of his pa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 June 1827

W .; MACDONALD, GIN MAKER, BRASS FOUNDER. AND IRON_ . MONGER, ., +No. 68, George Street Sydney, AS just received by the latest arrivals, double and H- single barrell'd fowling pieces, muskets, blunderbusses, holster and pocketpistols; likewise a few casks of fine cannister and quarry gunpowder, shot and balls of sizes; .flints of sorts; belts, flasks, moulds, wash rods, wadding punches, and vices. ALSO .a large assortment of CULINARY UTENSILS, consisting of round and oval iron pots, from 1 to 12 gallons, tin'd inside; saucepans from half-a-pint to 1 gallon ditto; fish kettles, tea kettles and boilers; ditto of copper stewpans, from No. 1 to 12; frying pans, gridirons of sizes, iron pots from 1 gallon to 25; Bath stove grates, from 18 to 34 ins.; furnace grates, fenders and fire 'irons, camp . ovens of sizes, flour and corn mills, with or without fly wheels, warranted; flour sieves, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd, and wove wire wheat caving, and ryeing riddles of best cane; patent coffee mills of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 June 1827

GOVERNMEMT NOTICE. COLONIAL :SECRETARY'S OFFrri, MAY 31st, 1827: W HERElAS certain Bill, purfporting to .be an Act.: TV entitled, "'4An Act for imposing a Duty upon all '" Nerwspapers,. aud Paper of a like iNature, printed to be ,-" di'persed and made puVlic," hath 'been published in the Sydney Ggaette, hearing'Date:the Fourth Instant, and tle. said Publication being .premature, NOTICE IS HEREBY' GIVEN to such. effect; and further, that all matters and things in the said bill contained, will be suspended until full and effectual provision shall be made in respect of the same, in due course of Law, and the same will be published accordingly. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAY. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. COLONIAL SECRErTAY's OFFICE, JUNE 4th, 1827. T' IS EXCELtLENGY the Governor has directed that it j be notified, that during his Residence at Parramatta, .he proposes going into Sydney every Tuesday;Tmnd re ceiving such persons, as may be desirous of seeing him on' Business, between...

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Reduction of the Navy—General Retrenchment. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 June 1827

Reduction of the Navy--General Retrenchment. MORNING PosT-The reported reduction of the Navy has given rise to some very extraordinary reasoning, which as a highly-finished specimen of the arts of fac tion, we think worthy of a passing notice. The same distress of the country which has pointed out to Govern ment the necessity of this reduction, will, it is said, sug gest still more forcibly the duty of other retrenchments; and the Civil Offices for the management of the Navy, on account, we suppose, of their connexion with the branch of service which according to the report is to be reduced, and the New Palaces, we presume on account of the want of such connexion, have been specifically -mentioned.. We, having always understood, that the naval and military establishments of the country ought to be, and in fact are, from time to time extended or re duced with reference to the probable exigencies of the public service exclusively, and not with any reference whatever to the occasional ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR, Parramatta, June 5th 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 June 1827

'To THRiI'EIIORn biP TH : MONITOR, Partamatta, June 5th 1827* .SI R, THERE are a great number of Applicants for Tiekets of. Leave here at this Station and in the Town who gave their ap.;. plication in about February last. They bitterly complain of the Police Clerk for his neglect, for there is not a day that they or-any one else goes into the Court House, but they will see a large bundle of applications tossed about on the table; If Dr. Harris knew of it. ht would not allow them to be kept so long without forwarding them for head quarters. It is now 5 or 6 months since some of them gave in their Printed forms but at the. Court House they are still lying on the table. 'I, am, Sir, your obedient Servant, A poor Convict hoping for a Ticket. " JAMEs SLATTERY, the alarmist, on whose information Messrs. Cooper. Girard, &c. as we stated some time since, Wiere kept for several successive nights in. apprehension of be. uIg visited by robbers, and whose. impositions were punished by t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 12 June 1827

N OTICE -All Persons indebted' for the Services of the Australian Agricultural Company's Horses Herald and Cleveland, are requested to pay the Amount at the Company's Office, Mlecquarie Place, as soon as convenient. Sydney June 4th, 1827. By Desire of the Committee, G. M. SLADE Secretary to the Committee. 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 Illawarra they will be prosecuted for the offence. Sydney 28th. May, 1827. JAMES FARMER. FOUND ASTRAY. A T Lake Macquarie, in the vicinity of Newcastle, A Cream Coloured Cow of the Buffalo Breed, marked HIB on the near Hip: The Owner may have the same by O applying to the undersigned at Newcastle. on paying the expences incurred; but if not claimed within twenty eigk? days from the Date hereof, she will be sold to defray the expences. Newcastle, May 16, 1827. JOSEPH WILKES. POLACK'S LON...

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