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RETURN of the Average Wholesale, Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending 7th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 January 1832

RETUItN of the Average Wholesale, Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending 7th January. £ '? d. Wheat, best W. S. Wale« .... o 4 IJ p. lins.of OOlbs. Do. second quality, do. 0 3 3 ditto ditto Do. third do. do.0 2 4 ditto dill«» Barley, best ditto.0 3 6 ditto of 50lbs. Maize, best ditto.0 6 t do. mcastiiemt Colonial Tobacco, best.0 2 2 per lb. Ditto, second quality.0 1 lo ditto Potatoes, N. S. Wales. 3 7 6 pei ton Butler, best salt. 5 12- o per cwt. Cheese, good... 2 7 B ditto Pork, salt. 1 14 10 ditto. Bacon,.,..2 110 ditto Ham. 2 11 4 ditto W. C. PUDDBFOOT, Commlttton /¡gent, Geo» ge-Ureet. Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS, AND FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES (Sole .PropTictort.), No. 5, KING STREET, SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES.

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PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 January 1832

PRICE CURRHIÍT. COMPILED. FOR THE'SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices Ate, Eng-Hhd.8/. a SI. lo* do. doz. ISraU» Colonial-Illid. 60 a Ho do. doz. 6 a 8 Beer, Eng. - H lid. 7/. a8i do. gat. 4< a or Colonial-Illili. 45 c M do. gal. 2 a Ov Biscuit,....percwt. 12 n 16 Blankets, Col.p. pr. 16 n 30 Blue,.lb. 2 a 00 Bread,Slb.loal,3d a 0s.1i.il Buller, fresh....IsO a 10 salt.IO a l 4 Candles, M Ids.I b.l 0 a 0 00 Dips....0 8>n 0 00 Cuttle- Kullockscii.MjaOO, Working do. 60 a 80 Cows,.. . " 30 a 40 . do.in Milk ,, 40 a Co Calves,...,,, 6 a 8 Siieep." 5no Pigs,." 7 a lo do. roasting, 4 a 0(1 Cheese;Eng.lb.2sIda Osnd Col. "07 a o 9 Cloth,Pairamalta per yard,.... 1 8 a 0 o Do. Broad doi 3 4 a 0 0 Coffee grnd. lh. 1 6 a O o Eggs, per doz. 1 0 a 1 3 Flax,NewZea. ton, 1Û7 a 18/ Flour, lOOIbs. fine 2 ntl s Barker, ....lîsOd -g«od Longford, ..HO -U o Dixon,.12 0 -9 0 Oirard, ....11 0-9 0 Vickers, ....12 0 -10 0 Hall.,,..120 -9 o Gordon, ....12 0 -9 0 Frui...

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MARKETS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 January 1832

MARKETS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 5. 1,100 bushels of Wheat were brought to Market from Nepean, Hawkesbury, and Appin and sold from Sx. to 4s. 3d. per bushel. Maize has again considerably advanced, owing to the draught, which has ruined the crop. Barley Oats and Rye, still maintain a brisk demand' at good prices. Vegetables were plentiful and of good quality ; potatoes of the best kind fell 2s. per cwt. ; other vegetables at our last quota- tions. Hay and Straw have taken a rise from the want of rain ; there is an increased demand for these articles. Candles and Soap without altera- tion. Cattle and Sheep stationary. Horses may be obtained at a lower rate than last week from the increased price of their food, ¿loan Wool, of good quality, much in request.

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SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 January 1832

SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. Stock ou hand 171h Ult. B. P..rum, 37,339 gallons; brandy, 27.515 gallons; gin, 9,874 gallons; other spirits, 5,608 gallons; tobacco, CO All pounds. Received fiom the 17th m the 31st December, B. P. rum,-gallons; brandy, (ntl); gin, (ntl); other spirits, 22 gallons ; tobacco, 171 pounds. Delivered for home consumption, B. P. rom, 7.61J gallons; brandy, 1,140 gallons; gin, 654 gallons; other spirits, 153} gallons; tobacco, 3,516 pounds. Delivered for exportation, B. P. rum, 217 gallon» ; brandy, 60 gallons; gin, 0 gallons; other spirits, 9$ gallons; tobacco, 1,702 pounds. Slock on hand 31st Ult. B. P. rum, 35,975 gallons ; blandy. 26,309 gallons; gin, 8,624 gallons; ollie spirits, 5,467 gallons; tobacco, 55,012 pound*. January?, 11132.

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Coastwise from the 17th Ult. to the 2nd instant, inclusive. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 January 1832

Coastwise from the-171 h Vit. to the 2nd instant, inclusive. INWARDS. JANE, 24 tons, Shoobert, Illawarra, cedar. | NA SCI', 10 tons, Corbt-ys, Hawksbury, wheat. i NORTHUMBERLAND, l8 tons, Cooper, Newcastle, J sundries. 'i BRISBANE, l8 tons, Marnspin, Nulla Dolla, cedar. ia PANDORA, 27 tons, Brown, Newcastle, sundries. '-3 SARAH, 16 lons, Stolta, Pott Macquarie, cedar. .?} ABEONA, 23 tims. Cullum, Newcastle, maize. . i MAID OF THE MILL, 14 tons, Mossman, Newcastle, i sundries. A MAITLAND, 41 tons, Nikells, Newcastle, sundries. J HOPE, 24 tons, Brown, Newcastle, coals, 1 SALLY, 17 tons, Brown, Illawarra,cedar. \ BEE, 12 tons, Robinson, Illawarra, cedar. -: WILLIAM, 12 tons,Spark, Illawarra, eedar. i MERMAID, 12 tons, Doors, Hawkesbury, wheat. MONITOR, 20 tons, Smith, Newcastle, coals. >i ALICE, 20 tons, Clavel, Illawarra, cedar. * TAMBTON, 62 tons. Corlette, Port Stephens, wool» ,' PANSY, 24 tons, Baker, Illawarra, sundries. -i SOPHIA JANE, 150 tons, Biddulph, Newcastle, sun- ".j d...

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DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 January 1832

DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. I SUN I Ililli lidc January. Calendar._| rl,e.i | tett \ morn | rwn «j | M | I'miti'iH-iif ,i. 17.07. .. | t aa | 7 a 11> io i » añ JO I I' | ATI-IIII. I.B»d /./if/. Iii 11 I 4 S() I 7 'III ti 11 .n 11 | W | ii r Hans Sloane rf.1753 | 4 au I 7 1|2 li | 2 'JH 12 j T | Old New Yeai's IMN ? I 4 67 | 7 3 I 2 ¿«J j .1 '2 i j | r i c. i. Fot A. i7 nj..... | i 57 | 7 11 j a | ? J 7 11 I S | Peace Di-nnmrk IBU. I « as | 7 2 I a IS I i 4,') 15 | S I 2nd Sun. ii. Epiphany. | 4 68 | 7 S | t> ii | 0 40 First Quniter Ulli day, aa minutes past IO morning.

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 January 1832

I PROJECTED DEPARTURES. London-PRINCE IlLGBNT, 195 tons, George nunn. Agent, Tilt instant. Hobart Town, Swan River, Mauritius-UCLEN, 193 tons, Edward Byers agent, 7th instant. Souralmya-ASIA, 523 lons, Georg« Bann agent, 5th instant. New Zealand-SNAPPER, 51 tons, J.|JLcarmonth agent, 3d instaut. Hobart Town-SURPRISE, 29 tons, Smith Brothers agent, 5th instant.

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Vesels entered outwards from the 19th Ult. to the 2nd Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 January 1832

Vesels entered outwards from the 10th Ult, to the 2nd Instant, inclusive. Dec. 17.-SURRY, 461 tous, Lamb ¡J;Co. agents, for London. --CURRENCY LASS, 90 tons, II. Donnison agent, for New Zealand. -22:-SNAPPER, 51 tons, J. Learmonth agent, for New Zealand. -23.-LOTUS, 397 lons. George Bunn, agent, for London. -27.-HELBN, iga tons, Edward Bjers agent, for HobartiTown, Swan Uiver, and the Mauritius: -28-MARS, 40 ton», 11. Donnison, »gem, fox Launceston. -- 29.-ASIA,> 623 ton«, Georg» Bunn, agent, for Sourabay». « 1832. Jan.2.-NEW ZEALANDr.il, 140 tons, Edward ltj«r» agent, for New Zealand.

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POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 January 1832

POUCE INCIDENTS. MONDAY, JAN. 2.-Harriet Cncrton, Mary Davis, and Alice Holton, three old veteran con- sumers of Jamaica, were ordered to pay five shillings each, for indulging too freely in this ruinous propensity ; but as the CIBII had already been expended on their favourite beverage, the only alternative was a scat in the stocks. Janies Sear and Elizabeth Smith, who had " lovingly met by the light of the moon," but forgot tho observance of public decency, weie sentenced, the former to 15 days on the mill, and the latter to a month in the factory. Elizabeth Gooding, whose appearance beto- kened she had seen at least GO new year's days, was charged by her faithful partner with ab- sconding, thereby causing the " green-eyed mon- ster" to torture his poor brain. "Oh, you jea- lous old fool," exclaimed Betsey, " if I had but hold of you now, how soon you'd change your tune ;" upou which the Bench ordered her a month to the second class, " and you to the d-," retorted the old vixen. J...

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EXPORTS. Vessels Cleared from the 17th Ult. to the 2nd Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 January 1832

EXPORTS. I Vessels Cleared from the 17th Uli. to the 2nd Instant, inclusive. HARLEQUIN (schooner), 71 tons, Ha>es master, for Hobart Town, 1,800 feet cedar, 8 boxes soap, 6 kegs butter, 2 casks cheese, 5 casks pork, 7 casks beef, 5 cask.8 tongues, 1 hale sheep skins, 20 casks rosin, 1 box apparel, 1 box, hosiery, 1 hogshead brandy, 2 cases segara. RÉSOLU MON (schooner), 60 tons, Stewart master, for Launceston, 09 logs cedar, 2 casks beer, 1 cart, 1 bark machine, S casks bacon, 12 casks butter, 4 casks, IO tons salt, 3 tons iron, 10 cases drugs, 2 cases hats. 4 cases slops, 2 cases wroug|il iron, 7 casks naili, 1 box shoes, I cask vinegar, 1 case Jiemp, 2 boxes tin, 1 bundle wiro, 1 rate starch, 2 packages earthenware, 1 case camlets, 7.casks bottled ale, 1 package hardware, 1 bule bogs. 3 casks lime juice, , 13j>ackagesjdried fruit, 2 bags pepper, 14 bags gin- ge!, 20 case»"« ine, 24 quarter cask» svine, 87 pack ages tea, 1 ense-scgars. ELIZABETH (ship), 428 tons, Phillips mas...

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COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 12th Ult. to the 2nd I nstant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 January 1832

COMMERCIAL NEWS. -? Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 12th Vit. to the 2nd I nstant, _ inclusive. Dec 20.-DART (brig), 138 lons, Hindson master, from New Zealand, J. B. Benington agent; 52 tons flax, J. B. Betting ton. -FLORA (ship), 259 tons. Sherriff master, from Sincapore via HobaitTown, Dawes, Gore, Se Co. agent; ; 2,532 bags sugar, 20 bags onffec, SSI kegs and 42 half kegs tobacco, 8 cases svgars, 115 bags of rice, 1 bale 1 bundle units, I case fans, 1 box combs, G boxes wax candles, t box scaling wax, 2 boxes currie powder, 9 cases spices, lease quinine, 3,337 boat knees, 520 teak boards, 5 pipes brandy, 2 cases whiskey, J. Sherriff; 5 cases hats, Aspinall, Brown, Se Co.; 0 eases hats, G. Pitman; 2 cases cheroots, J, Coulson ; 1 box haberdashery, M. Townshend ; 1 box books, Major Innes; 2 boxes sundries, Mrs. Goie ; 2 boxes bullion, D. Ranken ; 1 box sundries, T. Mucquoid. -CAROLINE (schooner), 60 to...

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The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, JANUARY 9th, 1832. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 January 1832

The Sydney Herald. MON DA V, JANUARY 9th, 1832. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am J ABSTHACT of Sale of New South Wales Wool, on the 9th September, 1831, forwarded by Mr. WALTER BUCHANAN, to Messrs. LAMB, BUCHANAN, & Co. WI.P, 2G, 1». hi. tu 1-. I0\d. ^li, 13, li. 4{/J. to Is.8W. írrn' Í, U. l{d. '\H> 4, Is. 7¿r/. to 1*. 8,7. WC, 3, I J. 10/7. to 1*. 10 W. ^ 8, 1«. 5/7. to K 6}/7. JIIÎ, 2, 1*. 0¿í7. 1, 20, I*. 4(7. to Is. 1 1/7. LM'A, 30, li. 4\,1. to 2*. 3}//. IM«A, 32, I*. 1/7. to 2». 2</ EM," 3, I*. 2/7. to Is. 4/7. TN, IO, 1». 4/7. to la Cid. IIP, 20, 11/7. to li. 5/7. K1), 13, I s. 5d. to J».1,1. V V, 5, I s. 5/7. to 1*. 8/7. O S. 0, 1, 14. 5 y. J M, 11, 1 s. 5/7. to I v. 7/7. T\V, 5, lv. 0W. to "Is. 2/7. VD, J, Is. 10/7. X, 14, li. 2/7. "to 1«. 01/7. Mi, fi, li 7/7. to Is. 9/7 - Toni 237 Bilis.ïïom 11/7. to 2s. 31/7. Also, V. D. Lund-419 hiles, 111«/, to N. 111,,/.

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Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 January 1832

Weekly Meteorological Table, Tho WEATHPR, and Variations of the TIIERMOME 'I KR, during Ibu past Week, in Sydney, ut 6 in Hie morning, at noon, and al o o'Clouk in Ihc evening. Mon. ti n. II Fine «9 SE Tuca, (i a. ni. Lloudv 1? noon Warm 7."> E ft p. ni. Clnmli. 77 LNL' Wed. d a. in Cloudy 70 Calm 2 noon Fine 73 ESE k3 p. m. Cli.nl>1 na 1C noon Cloud} (i p. ni Wind> 12 von Warm NE ö p. »I Dull 7B NNE Sultry Ü1 NW fi p. in Wmdj 70 ESE Clouds Ob i: by N ami. d a, ni. Rainy 07 . SW 12 noon Cloud) 75 UNE fi p. ni Cloudy 12 noon Rainy USE (') p. ni. Cloudy "!> SE Mean Temneiature, 7J.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 January 1832

COMMISSARIAT. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, STDNEY, dth JANUARY, 1832. ? LIVERPOOL_Persons desirous of contracting with this Department, fur furnish- ing at Liverpool the undermentioned Articles, vii. For II. M. Troops and Mounted Police. FreiWBeef, Fresh Mutton, 20 per cent. Wheaten Bread» West India Proof Hum, Maize, Hay, Bran, Straw, For Convict Establishment. Tresh Beef, 10 per cent. Wheaten Bread, Maize, Mea), Sugar, Soap, Salt,Made, Hay, Brun, Straw. For Hospitals and Lunatic Asylum. Best Wheaten Bread, 20 per cent. Wheaten Bread, Fresh beef, Fresh Mutton, Milk, Are requested to transmit their offers, in writing, lo this Office, by twelve u'elofik of'Juesday, the 10th instant. Oovermnent will reserve the option of Accepting either the whole, or only a part of the Tenders that may be made. The general conditions arc the same as those pub lished In the Sydney Gazette ol the 24th November last. JAMES LAIDLEY, Dep. Com Gen. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, SYDNEY, 4th JANUARY, 1832. (Conrfci Service )...

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 5th January, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 January 1832

Government Notice. . Colonial Secretary's Office,-Sydney, Sill January, 183t. HIS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to approve of the following alterations in the l'olicc of the Colony, namely SYDNEY. Constables resigned. William Hamilton, John Smith, George Kewbolt, and Maurice AJ'Carthy. LIVERPOOL. fcler Colloghan, free, to be Constable from Un' tSlh Ultimo, in the room of Michael M'Nam.iru, resigned. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER M'T.KAY.

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, January 2, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 January 1832

Government Notice. Colouial Secretary'» O dice, Sydney, January 2, 1032. ABOUT Four Hundred Gallons of the best Sperm Oil being required lor the Light House at South Head, persona disposed to fur- nish the same, arc invited to transmit their offers, in writing, specifying the price per gallon in words at length, to lins Oflicc, by twelve o'clock on Tuesday, llie 10th instant, endorsed " Tender of Sperm Oil." Should the parties tendering prefer to supply the oil required during the pi osent year, wccklv, al the rate of seven gallons per week in summer, (from ISlh September to Slut May, inclusive), and of nine and one third gallnns per week in «inter (from 1st June to Util September), it will be neces«ary In state the rate at which they will lurnish such weekly supply, as well as the security which they can pro'vide for the due execution of the cootia«. .By Command of Illa Excellency the Governor. ALEXANDER M'LEAY.

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 6th January, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 January 1832

Government Notice, Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, (Uli January, I83î. TTTIS Excellency the Governor has been I | pleased to approve of the following altera- tions in the I'olice of the Colony, viz. To be Constables under the Government Order, No. 12, of 23d May, 1931. Penrith.-John Donnelly, per Brampton. Campbell Town.-C. P. Denis Dean, per Marquis Huntley, in the loom of Patrick Keough, deceased. Inverary.-Thomas M'Cawley, per Fergusson, in the room of Owen O'Neill, resigned. By Ills Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAY.

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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 4th January, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 January 1832

Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, " 4th January, 1SS2. HIS Excev ey the Governor has.been pleased t point James Edward Ebsworth, r -sire, . a Magistiate of. the Teiritory. ^ceiieney-s command, I ALKXANDBK M'LEAY. j

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 January 1832

LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. By the arrival of the PORCUPINE from London, the 13th Sept. we have received papers and periodicals to the 10th Sept. from which we extract the following in- teresting News.— On Thursday the 8th Sept. the Corona- tion of their Majesties King William and Queen Adelaide took place amidst the hearty congratulations of their subjects ; the ceremony was conducted with the great- est splendour consistent with economy; The whole of London was illuminated, and a general holiday was observed ; we are happy to add that very few accidents oc- curred to mar the general pleasure. There were twenty-one Promotions to the Peerage on account of the Coronation. The late papers are silent upon the affairs of Poland ; a report was in circulation that Warsaw had surrendered. The Russian army was within a mile of Warsaw, but on the 23d August that city was still in the hands of the Poles. The Times of the 9th Sept. says "that Poland will form a sepa- rate kingdom, under the sovereign...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 January 1832

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. Mr. Mackannes' land, fronting seven streets, was brought to the hammer by Mr. Bodenhain on Monday, and such part as was sold produced £2400. Wellington Crescent was not disposed of, although £500, cash down, was offered by Mr. M'Donald for it. Apsley Lodge was pur- chased by Mr. Keith for £1000. MILITARY TACTICS.-A more laughable scene, to persons unacquainted with military discipline, cannot be imagined than that of the soldiers bathing. They are drown up in a line in the water, and, on the word " dip" being given by the drill serjeant, they all disappear ; and after beating time nnder water for a short period, they again pop up their heads. This is carrying the esprit di corps to an extremity with a vengeance. The cattle belonging to General Darling, that I were sold at Parramatta, produced only 33s. | per head. The same cattle, five years ago, vere purchased for tho General at from £10 to £12 per head. We are happy in being able to state, that the black oil...

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