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EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 5th to the 12th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 December 1831
EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 5th to the 12th Instant, inclusive. LYNX (barque), ISO tons. Bolger master, for the South Seas, fishery stores PUNCHA L (barque), 190 tons, Da!carno master, for Swan Uiver, 4 casks tongues, 11 tierce« beef, 89 casks 58 bags flour, 1,541 ba¿s wheat, 1,930 Are bricks, and atores.
Coastwise from the 5th to the 12th instant, inclusive. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 December 1831
Coastwise from the 5 th to the \2th instant, inclusive. INWARDS. 81R WILLIAM WALLACE, 15 tons, Moffatt, Hawkei bury, lime and timber. MARY ANN, 10 tons, Christie, Hawkesbury, corn and shingles. NANCY, 10 tons, Collinson, Hawkesbury, mangrove ashes. SOPHIA JANE, 158 tons, Biddulph, Newcastle, sun- dries. MARY ANN. 11 tons, Longford, illawarra, cedar. LAMBTON,62 tons, Corlette, Port Stephens, sundries. HOPE, 24 Min, Urown, Newcastle, coals. SCHNAPPER, 51 lons, Hall, Newcastle, coals. JANE, 2* tons, Shoobert, Illawarra, cedar.
POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 December 1831
POLICE INCIDENTS. Monday, Dec. I«-Denuit Horrigan wa» charged willi lying on hit back in George-street jovially drunk, and chauiiting forth the creed, to the great scandal of the constabulary, who threatened to gag hit blasphe- mous mouth. In default of the ready, he wat decieed to the stock» for two hours. Caution to persons possessing vocal talent.-Charles Henry was charged by his matter with thrashing him, under the following circumstances:-'The matter wat enjoying himself over a sneaker of punch, and hum- ming, as he no doubt thoaght melodiously, the follow- ing ttave : " I'm geneial, 'tis well known. Alwayt tn a bustle, Head at hard at a stone, j D-e lots of muscle." ' Now Charley, who wa» a cunning knave, and well «round up with strung waters, told hit master he would .ooa pul the hardness or hi» head, and the strength of his muscle, to the test, and suiting the word to the action, caught him a blow ou the o« noti, which laid him prostrate. "There,"' «aid Chai ley, " whose mus...
TO THE EDITORS OF THE SYDNEY HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 December 1831
TO THE EDITORS OF TUE SYDNEY HERALD. GENTLEMEN,-To the King, God blest him.-Mar it please Your Magisties royal Kingship. Thi« t« to let you no that discharged soldiers are allowed land in titi« here Colonial Colony, and the paper say» iii» by order of one of your chief mates ; therefore, t hope your Honor's Majesty will order your Mates to tell the Governor here to let discharged sailors have a slice of land to-us your Honor nos sailors fite at hard as soldiers, and not so much elbo room neither-, but i dont speak for myself, only fur all the blue jacket* that come out here after they ere discharged the service-so God bless Your Royal Majesty, and her honor the Queen, i never will forget the time your Honor made my brother a gunner and me a boatswain for only doing our duly-this i* the only method 1 have to let you no my mind, so no more from Your Magisties humble servant. Sydney. Sept.«, 18,«A DI*CHARÖI"> BAILOR. (The above letter has been some time in our posses- sion, and we h...
ENGLISH NEWS. (Extracts to the 11th of August.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 December 1831
^^ÄNGLISH NEWS. (Extracts to the 11th of August J Mr. Hame gave notice that, at a future stage .f the Reform Bill, he should move that a certain .amber of Member« he given to the colonie« and fo- reign possessions. We have received a letter from Ramsgate, dated Monday evening, by which we learn that 12 ship« of tit« line were expected there on the following morning from Portsmouth, to join a similar number of french «hips of war. The general opinion there was that they are to proceed forthwith to Holland. Calcutta papers to the 27th Feb. have been re «elved. They announce that the Important trial of Rajah Buddenauth Roy, for forgery, had commenced the day previous, and was expected to last three or four days. By the Agnes, from China, we have received Canton Registers, which mention an invasion in the . irth by the Tartar«, and a considerable alarm of the Government. Instruction« had arrived at Canton to *' deal warily with foreigners," and to " keep matter» fOingon In peace and qui...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 December 1831
SYDNEY GENERAL COLLECTOR* TO MERCHANTS, TRADESPEOPLE, AND OTHERS. O WILLIAM ALDIS, COLLECTOR for the Sydney Herald, (formerly in the same capacity at the Gazette Office), respectfully bi gs leave to present himself to the Public, at the commencement of ihe New Year, as GENERAL COLLECTOR FOR THE TOWN Or SYDNEY. W. A. vvill not make uny common-place professions, butlrusls, in consideration ol his extensive practise us Collector, and general knowledge ot the Colony, he will not be lound unworthy ot public support.-Ile will also be happy lo torward Hie views ot his emploveis by acting as their a^eul,-piovided such agency do"not retard his main business. The plan adopted ut ihe Colonial Newspaper Offices in Hie collection ot subscriptions, is recommended by W A., as being Hie most scenic mid satisfactory to dil parties. And ihe strictest attention will be paid lo deblors, so as to avoid giving unnecessary olfence. The terms will be regulated by Hie amount and per- manency of the transact...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 December 1831
FOR ïiONDON DIRECT THE Ship PRINCE REGENT, CHARLES MALLARD, R. N. Commander, is now laid on for London, and lins pari of her Cargo on board. She will be dispatched in all ihe month of December next ; ha* very superior nocomraodatious tor Passengers, and carries an experienced Surgeon. For freight or pansage, apply to the Commander on board ; or, to GEO. BUNN, 98, George-street. Sydney, 19th October, 1831. FOR LONDOISr DIRECT, THE well known fast-sailing Ship SURRT, *6l Tons Register, CHARLES KEMP Commander. This Ship having been recently in the Service of the Honorable East India Company, wa» neatly rebuilt nnder the inspection of their Surveyors, and may now toe considered equal to a new vessel. As the careo of Sperm Oil just arrived in the Cape jpacl.et is about to be transhipped to the àurry, she \rill be one or the first ships for England ; and having orlop beams and great space betwist decks, Flax and Wool will be kept entirely distinct from the Oil. Her accommodations are exce...
Australian Price Current. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 December 1831
Australian Price' Current. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. Ale, Eng.-Hhd.8/. a 8/. lOr do. doz. lSJaUj Colonial-Hhd. 60 a ttu do. doA 6 a 8 Beer, Eng. -Hhd. 8/. a9¿ " du. gat. 4Í a & Colonial-Hhd. 45 a 55 tío. gal. 2 a O Biscuit,....percwt. 16 a 20 Blankets, Col. p.pr. lo a 30 B'UC.Ib.2 uOu Biead,21h. loat.Jd a 0»3Jii Butter, fresh....Os 8 al 3 _ ., »alt.,06 a O i) Candle»,Mld».lb.l O a O oo Dips... o 8 a o üu Cattle-Bullocksea.l5/a6Ui Working do. 00 a 8u Cowa,.. . " 30 a 4b do.in Milk " 40 a bu Calve:,,....,, (j a u Sheep." Û a « C'S**." 7 a lu " «o. rodsting, 4 a 0. Cheese, Eng. I o. », 3d a Os.m ". ,. ,,Co1' M O î a 0 9 dotti.l'rtt raiUdttu per yard,.... 1 8 u O Q Do. binad do. 3 4 a O O Cotreegrnd. io. 1 o a O o Eggs, per do*, io al o 11 AJÍ, N u w2ea. ton, lô/ a l8 Flour, 1001 os. hue 2nd, Barker, ....i3sOd-lo->o.i .Longtom, ..13 O __12 o Dixon,.13 O -lo o Girard, ....12 o -io O Vicker», .."id O -U O 5?*"..130 -io O Gordon, ....13 O -io o Fruit, O...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 December 1831
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. The ship signalized on Sunday week, was the Nelson, whaler ; the cause of her quick return to port, was her having on board the spars and rigging of a wreck lying near Torres' Straits, supposed to be the America. She sent to Sydney two large turtles.-On Monday the Inquest resumed its sittings on the body of Maria Wal- ker. Since our last report of the Inquest, the well had been emptied, and two stones, one weighing about 150 lbs., and the other lOOlbs., taken out, which it is supposed were secured to the head and feet of the unfortunate deceased ; a ring also, belonging to the tail board of a cart was discovered, but whether it had any re- ference to the diabolical affair in question re- mains a matter of doubt. The Jury then examined the house nearest the scene of the murder, and in a small closet, the walls were found covered with blood, and in some places an instrument had been used to erase the stains. The door, however, from the appearance of the hinges, ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 December 1831
BIRTH.—On Sunday, the 11th instant, the lady of R. Therry, Esq., Commissioner of the Courts of Request, of a son. DEATHS.—On Wednesday last, (at the residence of her son, Mr. Joseph Underwood, of Ashfield Park), at the advanced age of ninety years, Mrs. Mary Underwood, widow. &nbsp; On the 5th instant, Frederick William, the infant son of R. Lethbridge, Esq. of Flushcombe. Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS, AND FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES (Sole Proprietors.) No. 5, KING STREET, SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES.
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, DECEMBER 19th, 1831. "Strom to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 December 1831
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, DECEMBER 19th, 1831. -+ "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I," We have given this morning a Supplement con- taining an interesting selection of English ex- tracts, &c. which have been gleaned from the latest periodicals of the day. 'IT must be gratifying to the bulk of our &nbsp; readers, to witness the interesting means now in operation to procure for the youth of the Colony, education of a higher order than that which the circumstances of the Country have hitherto afforded. Although we have occasionally stated the progress made in the erection of buildings for the Sydney and Australian Colleges, and have, noticed also, the intended King's Schools, yet, our readers must be aware, that we have not thought it advisable to enter into minute detail respecting their plans or prospects; and much less to follow the reprehensible conduct of a contemporary, and to institute comparisons between them as rival institutions. We should not oc- cupy our ...
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Princes of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending 24th December. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 December 1831
REJFJi.lI °f the ¿wage Wholesale Price» of £ t. d. Wheat, best N. S. Wales .... 0 4 OJ p. bus.of BOlbs. Do. second quality, do.0 3 3 ditto ditto Do. third do. do..0 2 4 ditto ditto Barley, best ditto. 0 2 8 ditto of flolbs. t Maize, best ditto.0 4 7 do. ineasuremt. Colonial Tobáceo, best.0 2 0 'per lb. Ditto, second quality.0 1 7 ditto Potatoes, N. S. Wales. 3 3 0 per ton Butter, best salt. ..... 5 12 0 per cwt. Cheese, good. 2 Ii 4 ditto Pork, salt. 1 9 3 ditto. Bacon,.2 1 10 ditto - Ham,. S 8 10 ditto t Maize should have been quoted in our last at 4s 2¿d. I W. C. PUDDEFOOT, 1 Commission Agent, George-street.
Australian Price Current. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 December 1831
'Australian Prioe Current. Includtnglast Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices, Ale,Eng.-Hhd.8/. a 81. lOi do. do2.12/aH/ Colonial-Hhd. 60 a 80 do. doz. 6 a 8 Beer, Eng. -Hhd. 8/. a9¿ " «lo. gal. 4Í a 6> Colonial-Hhd. 45 e. 55 0. do. gal. 2 a Oii Biscuit,....percwt. 16 a 20&lt; B ankets, Col. p, pr. 16 a 30 glue.Ib.2 aoo Bread, 211). loaf,3d a 0s3|il Butter, fresh....is 6 a 20 " , salt.1 o a 1 6 Candles,Mlds.lb.l O a O oo Dips....ó 8 a O 00 ! Cattle-Bullocksea.45ra60/ ' Working do. 60 a 80 Cows,.. . " 30 A 40 do.in Milk,, 40 a 6o Calves,....,, 6 a B Sheep." s a. G C'S»,." 7 a io do. roasting, 4 a oo Cheese, Eng.lb. 2s 3da Osod Cloth,Parramaila per yard,.... 1 8 a 0 0 Do. Broad do. 3 4 a 0 0 Coffeegrnd. lb. 1 6 aO o .Eggs, perdoz. 1 0 al 3 EF as,NewZea. ton, 16/ n 18/ "Flour, 1001 bs. fine 2nds ; Barker.I2s0d -9s0d . Ijongford, ..j8 0 _100 ; Dixon,.13 j _]0 0 . Girard, ,...i2 0 -io 0 . ¿levers, ...,13 0 -ii 0 * «all/.13 0 -io 0 Gordon, ..,.13 0 -10 0 Fruit, Oranges p. dz. 1 ...
MARKETS. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 December 1831
MARKETS. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22. Although Christmas Day was near, a very poor supply was exhibited in the market on Thursday. 1200 bushels of wheat were disposed of a't Ss. and 4s. 3d. per bushel. Maize had advanced consideratly in price, and was in demand. In other grain there was no alteration. Dairy pro- duce had also taken a considerable rise, and was scantily supplied. Vegetables were very in- ferior, at our last quotations. Candles, soap, and the raw material, stationary. Butcher's meat has not undergone any alteration. In cat- tle and horses but little business has been trans- acted.
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, December 16, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 December 1831
Government Notice Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, December 16, 1831.' HIS Excellency the Governor has, been pleased to approve of.the following al- terations in the Police of tho'Colony, vi*. Bathurtt-George Wilson, per Str'Charlet ForbtfÂA bç; scourger and constable, under the- fconditionvof the Government Order, No. 12, of 23rrr*May, 1631, in the room of David Morris, per Countess of Harcourt who has obtained a Ticket of Leave. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAY.
Spirits and Tobacco. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 December 1831
Spirits and Tobacco. Stock on hand 3rd iiiBtant, B. P. rum, 35,054 gal- lons; brandy, 28,709 gallons; gin, 9,874 gallons; other sptrits, 5,907 gallons; tobacco, 58,112 pounds. Received during the week, B. P. rum, 324 gallons ; brandy, 107 gallons; gin, I55J gallons*) other spirits, 39 gallons ; tobacco, 9,387 pounds. Delivered for home consumption, B. P. rum,, 2.98G gallons; brandy, 449 gallons; gin, 302 gallons ¡other spirits, 9j gallons; tobacco, 2,304 pounds. Delivered for exportation, B. P. rum, 272 gallons ; brandy, 204 gallons; gin, (36J gallons; other spirits, 186 gallons ; tobacco, 633 grinds. Stock on hand 10th instant, B. P. mm, 32,120 gal. Ion»; brandy, 28,223 gallons; gin, 9,691 gallons; other spirits, 5,750j gallons ; tobacco, 64,562 pounds. December 19, 1831.
OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 December 1831
OUTWARDS. JANE, 04 tons, Shoobert, Illawarra, ballast. SIR WILLIAM WALLACE, 14 tons, Barnett, New castle, ballast. HOPE, 24 tons, Brown, Newcastle, ballast. FANNY, 23 tons, Baker, Illawarra, sundries. ALICE, 20 tons, Clavel I, lllawana, ballast ALEXANDER M'LEAY, 39 tpng, Hill, Shoalhaven, sundries. MARY ANN, 7 tons, Ambrose, Hawkesbury, sun- dries. LAMBTON, C3 tons, Corlette, Port Stephens, sun- dries. SALLY, 17 tons, Brown, Illawarra, ballast. SOPHIA JANE, 156 tons, Biddulph, sundries. INTEGRITY, 13tons, Ord, Newcastle, sundites. WILLIAM. 12 tons, Spark, Illawarra, ballast. LINNET, 10 tous, Barker, Brisbane Water, sundries. v MONITOR, 20 tons,Smith, Newcastle, sundries.