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POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 December 1831
POLICE INCIDENTS. Monday, Dec. 19.-Sarah Satcliff, an ungrateful &nbsp; hussy, with the rotundity of a rum puncheon, was charged with having an inveterate hankering after the male sex ; factory fare for one month. James Jones and Thomas Kelly, a couple of " fly by nights," were charged with being in Mr. Holt's yard at 5 o'clock in the morning ; Jones showed fight, but was quickly floored, and both consigned to the round house ; one month each to the gaol as the house of correction. Wm. Power was charged with milling the glaze of three lamps, as he said, for the purpose of receiving board and lodging at the King's expense, having tasted of the good fare on a former occasion. The Bench, in compliance with his request, sent him to the gaol in default of sureties to keep the peace. William Lambe, for being found in a house of ques- tionable character, and becoming bouncible, stating that he was a free-going subject, was ordered seven days heaving down on the mill. Tuesday, Dec. ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 December 1831
BIRTHS.—On Thursday morning, the 22d instant. Mrs. J. F. Church, George-street, of a daughter. On Tuesday last, at her residence, Juniper Hall, Mrs. Robert Cooper, of a daughter. DIED.—Suddenly at Parramatta, on the 22nd Inst. Mr. Charles Frazer, for many years Superintendent of the Government Garden, Sydney. On the 24th, Wm. Henry, infant son of Thomas Collins, Esq. Macquarie Place. Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS, AND FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES (Sole Proprietors.) No. 5, KING STREET, SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES.
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market(Sterling)Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 January 1832
I PRICE CURRENT, j COMPILED FOR THE 8YDNEV HERALD. including last Tliursday'BMarketÇfterling jprices. Ale, Eng.-Hhd.Di". a SI. lui do, doz. tCia 14/ Colonial-lllicl. GO a Bo do.' ' do^r ~o a u Beer, Eng. - IIIid.BV. a 0Í do, gal. 4» a 6/ Colonial-Mid. 4$ p. 55 do. gai. 1 a Ou Biscuit,....percwt. 12 a IG Blankets, Col. p. pr. 16 a 30 Blue.lb. la« Bread,Sib.Ioaf,3d a 0s3[d Bolter, fresh....1*0 a 1 0 salt.10 a 1 4 Candles,Mlds.lb.l 0 a 0 Od Uips....o a a 0 0Ç C atti c-B ul I oe k s cn .45» A 60J Working do. 60 a 80 Cows,.. . ,, 30 a 40 do.in Milk ,, 40 a Cc Calves,...,,, 6 a B Sheep,....,, Sui Pig»,." 7 a lt tlo. roasting, 4 a Ol Cheese, Eng.lb.2s 3(1 a Oso&lt;] Col. "07009 Cloth,Parramatta per yard,.... 1 0 a 0 0 Po. Broad do. 3 4 a 0 o Coffee grnd. Ih. 1 6 a 0 0 Eggs, per doz. I 0 a 1 3 Flax,NewZea. ton, 16/a loi Flour, 1001 bs. fine ' Ends Barker, . ...lSsOd -gsod Longford, ..IS 0 -i) o Dixon,..13 0 -!) 0 Girard, ....1) 0 -9 0 Vickers, .,..12 0 -IO o Hall.ISO -O 0 Gordon, .....
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending 3lst December. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 January 1832
RETURN of thc Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE Jar the Week ending 3lst December. £ t. d. Wheat, best N. 8. Wale» .... o 4 li p. bu», of 601hl. Do. second Quality, d^..0 3 3} Ultlo ditto Do. third, do. daffi.... o 2 +4 ditto. . ditto Barley, best ditto .|»\.... 0 3 " rjgflssVir' SOIUs. Maize, best Uiltp -/QvJ|>J^taHsHmU lreint. Colonial TohaccorbÄt .rTl^WQ^^^HKP- - - Ditto, second quality . 0 l^r^^'wa^ Potatoes, N. S. Wales. ? 2 8 per lon Butter, bett salt.t> B B per cwt. Cheese, good.....ill 4 ditto I Pork, sait. 10 5 ditto. j Bacon,.î I I» ditto j Hani,. « 8 10 dina \ W. C. BÜDDBFOQT, j Commission Mtent, Qctrtt-slrtet. i
English Extracts Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 January 1832
j . English 'Extracts -Continued. I COURSE AND TERMIK/«H»7«SOF THE NIGEI-, \ The great geographical, problem of thc cotjrso ii and termination of tho tiver Niger bas at |ast !i been set at rest, ky the eulerprize and ipiritjjn -i Kichard Lander, a native of Truro, the devot and fui th Cu I servant of the late Captain Clap; i j ton. This bold and intelligent man, in comp ', willi his brother, left England several roon' ' ago, willi the determination of making a ' > ' effort to trace Hie courseof that mysterious"-! . After making his way to Ybiri, a point v-t had already been reached bj preceding M y ? lers, he embarked on tin Nigar, or Qr -r canoe, and after a long md i langerons ;'îigi-. j reached thc sea near Cape formosa, oo the ' Guinea Coast. Tho st'eani by which he de- I scended is called the Nw, or Brasse Riler, and .1 its mouth will be found in'the Bight of Bia!ra. I It is thus, therefore, pro'èd btyond a possibility j of doubt, that tho Niger, instead ol* tanning j across...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 January 1832
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. &nbsp; 'We feel much pleasure in directing the public &nbsp; attention to the effective measures taken by the Government for preventing the continuance of nuisance that has long been complained of, and which has been attended with serious conse- quences, viz. blasting rocks in the public streets. We are desired to state, that the Reverend Mr. Dowling, Roman Catholic Clergyman, did not express himself precisely as stated at the public meeting, on Thursday the 22d instant, but to this effect; viz. "That from his brief experience in the Colony, he could not pretend either to con- demn or to eulogise the acts of the late Governor, but in the name of the large and opulent commu- nity of which he was spiritually the representa- tive he wished to signify that he reposed the ut- most confidence in the justice and wisdom of his Excellency Governor Bourke, and fully concurred so far in the prayer of the address." The property of Mr. Mackaness, the late S...
POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 January 1832
POLICE INCIDENTS. TUESDAY, DEC. 27.-Charlotte Welsh, inso- lent to her mistress, and insisting upon having brandy in her Christmas pudding, was sent to the factory for six weeks. Thomas Wall, teaching thc young idea how to mill in the public streets, was ordered three days milling, to improve his hand. Thomas Pardoe was charged with flooring one of the picquet on Monday evening; in return for which, the soldier broke the butt end of his musket in pounding his ribs. Thomas was or- dered to find bail to answer for his strange conduct at the Sessions. . WEDNESUAY, DEC. 28.-John Hill wa» charged with absconding, and sentenced, in con- sideration of the season, seven days to the mill ; on leaving the bar he threw himself into an at tiludo, and exclaimed, " if ever I go back to'my- - master, d-e ;" he was again placed at the bar, and the Hench having rescinded their for- mer sentence, ordered him 50 lashes. Catherine Laffin, making more free than wel- come with her mistress's cordial bott...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 January 1832
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS, From New Zealand, on Sunday, 25th instant, the brig Dart, 120 tons, Captain Hindson, with 60 tons of flax. Pnssenger, Mr. J. Cavanagh. From New Zealand, on Monday last, the schooner Caroline, Williams master, with 4.U tuns of black oil. From Newcastle, on Wednesday last, the steamer Sophia Jane. From the sperm fishery, on Thursday last, thc ship Lady Blackwood, Dibbs master, with 180 taus sperm oil. From Port Macquarie, same dav, the cutter Dart. From the whaling grounds, on Saturday last, the Venus, Harvey, with ITO tuns black oil. From Port Stephens, yesterday, the cutter Lambton. DEPARTUllKS. For Hobart Town, on Sunday, 25th instant, the schooner Harlequin. For Hobart Town and Sincapore, the same day, the ship Elizabeth. For New Zealand, on Tuesday last, the schooner Currency Lass. For Newcastle, on Friday last, the steamer Sophia Jane.
MARKETS. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 January 1832
MARKETS. &nbsp; THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29 &nbsp; &nbsp; About 600 bushels of Wheat were brought to Market, which fetched very low prices for the settler ; but every other grain has taken a con- siderable rise during the week. Potatoes, a &nbsp; good description, were two shillings higher than last week; other vegetables without alteration. Dairy produce was lower in price, andgreatly in demand. Fruits of the season were plentiful at moderate prices. Some sales of cattle taken place without effecting out last quotations of meat. Candles and soap still high. Colonial tobacco is in request, at a remunerating price. Colonial woods without alteration Gool wools, for shipment, much enquired after. Horses are so plentiful, that a good market cannot be found for them.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 January 1832
SCIENCE. A NEW YEAR'S GIFT for the Scientific Gentlemen of Sydney, and partica &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; larly for those pupils who were at a late exa mination, and were considered to be well grounded in &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; the Mathematics.-It is required to shew, by actual reduction, that &nbsp; ?J I = - a A SCOTCHMAN. SYDNEY GENERAL COLLECTOR. TO MERCHANTS, TRADESPEOPLE, AND OTHERS. WILLIAM ALDIS, COLLECTOR for the Sydney Herald, (formerly in the same capacity at the Gazttle Office), respectfully begs leave to acquaint the Public that he has commenced bu- &nbsp; siness as General Collector FOR THE TOWN OF SYDNEY. To those persons who may he disposed to engage with the Advertiser the most respectable references will be given, if required. Rents Collected and recovered . &nbsp; Communications addressed to the Office of this paper will meet with immediate Attention. CAMBRIDGE HOUSE. I. H. BERNER, GROCE...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 January 1832
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. POLAND.-Accounts have been received from Warsaw, which state that the Polish Government have received for the first tme, an official communication from the French Government, in which they advise and recommend to the Poilsh Commander-in chief not to risk a general battle with the Russians, and at the same time, the French Government will make every endeavour to meditle for the settlement of the affairs of Poland. The above account states, that 470 pieces of cannon are placed on the fortifications of Warsaw, &nbsp; which is now rendered almost impregnable. &nbsp; The Committee of the new London-bridge pre- sented a gold medal to the King yesterday, executed by Mr. Wyon, to commemorate the opening of the &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; bridge. On one side was an impression of the King's head -and on the reverse a view of the bridge, with &nbsp; the dates of the periods of laying the first stone, and of opening of th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 January 1832
THE SUBSCRIBERS to the Sydney Herald will perceive, that with the present enlarged Number, the Proprietors have redeemed their promise of increasing the utility of their Journal, by the insertion of the advertisements con- nected with the Commissariat and Sheriff's Departments. The immense circulation of this Paper will be found of great service in dissemi- nating Government Advertisements; and its Subscribers will have the benefit of ob- taining correctly, all the Official Documents that may be issued by the various Govern- ment Offices, at nearly one-sixth less than the price charged by the Government Journal, besides a great variety of most useful and interesting information. Sydney, January 2nd, 1830. &nbsp; Official Documents published by Govern- ment during the past Week, and copied &nbsp; verbatim from the Gazette. Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, December 16, 1831. TOWN ALLOTMENTS. &nbsp; THE following descriptions of Allot- men...
Sporting Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 January 1832
Bportlng Intelligence. On Monday last Ihe pigeon shooting match, for a percussion gan, came off at Mr. Smith's paddock, on the Botany road. The original number required not having been obtained, eight of the members shot for the gun, and the folio «ing was the resnlt: Manly,-'-0 10 0 0 May, -.0 0 0 0 0 Trace, - 0 0 0 1 0 Tinman, -»--- 0 0 0 0 1 Higgins, - 0 0 10 1 Robertson, «-""--»-- 0 0 10 1 Hardey, .-.--- 0 I 1 0 1 Porter,-- 0 0 0 0 0 Worse shooting could not possibly have oc- curred, only ten birds haring been killed within bounds ont of forty, the rest, in general, fall- ing to thc lot of lookers on, who attended with gun«. A pitched battle fur £50 a side will come off in the course of twenty days, between Edward Chalker, a native, and Gilder, a Lancashire man ; the bets on the result are even, and «orne heavy sums have already been sported. The gronnd has not yet been chosen, but it is to be within fifteen miles of Sydney. Ball-baiting has been exhibited several times during t...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITORS OF THE SYDNEY HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 January 1832
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITORS OF THE SYDNEY HERALD. Gentlemen.-Observing the deplorable ex tent to which the »mat is this season developin| itself among the wheat crops in this neighbour hood, I beg to offer yon a few remarks on whea growing, and the prevention of smut. Having carefully noted the experiments o three successive years, I can speak with th« more confidence on this subject. Varions an the conjectures of the cause of this bane of lhi farmer, who after seeing with delight his whea look rich and green during the months o spring, finds, on the approach of snmmer, hh pleasing anticipations turned into sickening dis appointment. Homo Attribnfo it to bad fleed others to bad seasons, others to soil, aspect early or late sowing, while every successivi year proves the fertility of their conjectures If publishing the results of the following experi ments prove useful to wheat growers in genera I shall feel extremely happy in having contri- buted my mite towards the publi...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 January 1832
DEATHS.-On the 28th ultimo, at Langley Farm after a short but severe illness, Mr. Matthew Pearce, of the Seven Hills, aged 69 years, leaving a widow and numerous family to mourn his loss. Mr. Pearce emi- grated from King's Langley, County of Hertford, and arrived, in New South Wales, in the Surprise, 1794. By a life of constant industry and perse- verance, he acquired a comfortabe independance. On Tuesday, the 20th ultimo, at the residence of his son in-law, Mr. George Brown, of Illawarra, Mr. &nbsp; Henry Burgess, a very old colonist. &nbsp;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 January 1832
i TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. } tSydney, Ss. per Quarter.-Single Numbers, ld. \ Country,(postage included)6s.3d. per Quarter, y ( TERMS OF ADVERTISEMENTS. ? For Eight Linea and under, 2s. Cd., and lrf. C. each, for all above ; for every insertion. \ FOR LONDON DIRECT ¡rriHE well known fast-sailing Ship I SURRT, 461 Tons Register, CHARLES KEMP Commander. This Ship having been r termly in thc Service of thc Honorable East India Company, WM nearly rebuilt nnder the inspection of their Surveyors, and may now he considered equal to a new vessel. Aa the cargo of Sperm Oil joBt arrived In the Cape Packet is about to be transhipped to the Surry, she will tc one of the first «hips for England ; and having orlop beams and great space betwixt deck«, Fla« .ind Wool will be kept entirely distinct from the Oil. Uer accommodation» are excellent, and she carries an experienced Sargeôn. For Freight or Passage apply to LAMB, BUCHANAN, & CO. Castlereash street. 3d December, 18*1. _ For Liverpool Di...
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, JANUARY 2nd, 1832. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 January 1832
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, JANUARY 2nd, 1332. -? "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." IT is with no ordinary degree of satis- faction we are enabled, by strenuous exer- tions, to present our readers, this day, with the first number of the Sydney Herald, of an enlarged size, and which will be continued to our Subscribers at the same moderate price formerly charged. The quantity of matter contained in each paper will here- after be increased to a considerable amount; and, as it is our intention to introduce small type whenever it may be practicable, the substance of the Herald, as now published, will be nearly doubled, without any ad- ditional expense. For tlie support and encouragement we have hitherto met with from a generous public, we feel, and beg to express, our most sincere gratitude ; and, as that pa- tronage was liberally given when our paper .was inferior to the other Colonial publica- tions in point of size, we trust it will not be withdrawn, when it is made equal to the ...