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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 January 1832
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.' ARRIVALS, From Port Stephens, on Satutday last, the cut- ter Lambton. From Loudon, Monday last, having left Graves- end the 11th of August last, the barque Caroline, (300 tons) Captain Parker, with a general cargo of merchandise. Cabin passengers - Air. and Mrs. Ebsworth, attached to the Australian Agri- cultural Company ; Mr. Alexander Cutliill, sur- geon; Mr. John Smith, settler ; Mr. Alexander Marlin, Mrs. Martin, and five children. Steer- age-Michael Maloney, Alexander Plais'orwe, Bertram Nathan, settlers; John Powell, Cun- ningham Galbraith, Charles Carver, John Bam- ford, John Herald, William Lord, Thomas Ren shaw,Thomas Phelps, Edward ;Mackçnley, Moses Bulger, John Page and child, Isaac Summers, Abraham Lockyer, Peter M'Arthur, Charles Hannon, William Hipwood, nnd H. Mount. From HobartTown,the same day,the schooner Speculator, Parker, maslin ; lading, sundries. From the same place, on the same day, the brig Argo, Captain Billing. Lading, sundries. Pas ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 January 1832
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. - Sydney, 5s. per Quarter.-Single Numbers, Id. Country, (postage included)6s. 3d. per Quarter. J TERMS OV ADVERTISEMENTS. For Etght Lines and under, 2*. «&lt;/., ami Iii. . each, for all above ; for every insertion. i ' - oí TOR LONDON DIHECT THE well known fast-sailing Ship SURRV, 46l Tons Register, CHAULES KEMI» Commander. This Ship having liecn recently in the Service of tlic Honorable East India Company, wn» nenrly rebuilt under the ¡iispcction of then Surveyors, nnd may now be considered equal to n new vessel. As the cargo of Spent1 Oi I jost arrived In the Cape Packet is ubou» to be transhipped to the ùurry, she will be one of the Tust ships for England^ and having orlop beams nnd great space betwixt decks, Flux mid Wool will be kept entirely distinct from the Oil. Her accommodation» are excellent, and she carries an experienced Surgeon. For Freight or Passage apply to LAMB, BUCHANAN, & CO. Castlereagh ali eet, 3d December, 18A1. For Xiiv...
SELECT POETRY. (From the New Monthly Magazine.) THL POET'S OLD AGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 January 1832
SELECT PODTItV. (From the New Monthly Magazine.) THL POET'S OLD AGE. The Anlhnr of " Faust" I» now elglily-fivo year» old, having survived his fiiend Schiller thirty yean. Bring me n crown of cypiessl-never more Shull lnurelswiealhc their mockery, round my brow, The current of my blood 'ebbs dim and slow The April visions of my youth are o'er; Hung mc a cypress crown. Once from the vault of yon high, firmament. Stars numberless and glorious shed their ray, Sphere rcnterliig-mighty-yielding light and day To unknown nations ;-or commingling blent In cluster'd glory shone. But, one hy one, I've seen them fade and die I Some shooting wildly fioln their pride ol'place, Some fading with a soft expiring grace, Like fl.utvers by evening's hand closed silently lire yet their bloom .is shed. Such wera Hie radiant'souls wherewith mine own Held blight communion in Us earlier dieam; Kefltcting like a mirror every beam ai.iuccd from theil scatler'd orbiisl-Now, alono Bclipsu my planet shades I Th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 January 1832
AUSTRALIAN HOTEL, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. TI /fit. JOHN SPARKE, late of the XYJL 0et,rK° tun, Casllereagh-slicet, begs lo an noniice to his mimerons rneuds and tile rub lie, that lie has, at consideinule expense, lilted up Hie »boee Hotel, which he has tins day eiilcicd upon ; ami hope«, hy strict attention to the commits of those who may favour '.im with their commands, to met It a con- tinuance of thal patronage he has been favoured willi since he has hecn in this business. The choice stock of Wines, Spirits, Ales, Porter, Sec. Sec. lie doubts not will give satisfaction. Captains of Vesse' , and Families arriving in tho Colony, will find lins Hotel quite in the London style, lor comfort and accommodation. Dinners, Lunches, Sec. on the shortest notice, and reasonable terms. N. U.-Soup» every day, fio m It to 1 o'clock. January, 5, HJ2. F O It SALE, AT MESSRS. CAMPBELL ty CO'S STORES, EX, CAROLINE, SUPERIOR flavoured RUM, 8 per Cent. O. 1'. In Hogsheads und Puncheons. ALSO, A fe«- Ca...
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, January 6, 1832. TOWN ALLOTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 January 1832
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, January 6, 1832. TOWN ALLOTMENTS. THE following descriptions of Allot- ments of land in the Town of Sydney, with the names of the parties by whom they are respectively claimed, are published for general infor- mation , and notice is hereby given, that at the end of three months from the present date, unless written caveats be previously lodged in this Office, deeds of grant will be prepared, in conformity with the Procla- &nbsp; mation, dated the 8th of June, 1829, for such of the said allotments as are not reserved or already granted. &nbsp; It is requested that any christian or surnames, mis- &nbsp; taken or omitted, may be communicated to this Office, at full length, in order that the necessary collections may be made. &nbsp; SECTION NO. 18. Parish of Saint Lawrence. Bounded on the east by Pitt street, bearing north 5 degrees 30 minutes west 701 links, on the north by Park street, bearing west...
HOBART TOWN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 January 1832
HOBART TOWN NEWS. The following statement, copied from the Colonial Times, of 14th December, &nbsp; proves to us that the same neglect, on the part of Captains of ships, regarding their mails, is experienced at the Derwent, as well as in this Colony. We have re- peatedly entered our protest against the practice, and reprobated such conduct, as partaking of a fraud on the community. The fine, hinted at, in the extract, should be enforced in a few instances, to shew that it is something more than an empty threat :— " Last Sunday, one little English mail was delivered from the Post Office, as early as 10 o'clock, and we ourselves having heard that another was still on board, proceeded to the Platina, where we tumbled over some few hun- dred letters and parcels, which we were told &nbsp; were for this port. Having obtained the pac- kets and letters of which we were in search, we left the remainder lying as we found them, exposed openly on the deck, at the command of any ...
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney. 6th January, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 January 1832
Government Notice. &nbsp; &nbsp; Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney. 6th January, 1832. WHEREAS it has been represented to His Excellency the Governor, that an Erup tive Disease has recently been prevalent among the Black Native Population of this Colony, which is by some Medical Practitioners suspected to be the SMALL POX ; his Excellency, anxious to avert, as much as possible, the dreadful calamity which could not fail to be occasioned by this disease, if the white population were to become infected, has been pleased to issue orders to the several colonial and military Surgeons in the settlement, to use every possible dili- gence in vaccinating all persons who may apply to them for that purpose ; and His Excellency earnestly recommends to the Colonists to guard against the in- troduction of the Small pox among them, not only by having immediate recourse to vaccination, but also, by using all means in their power to induce the Abori nal Natives to submit to the ver...
Official Documents published by Government during the past Week, and copied verbatim from the Gazette. Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, December 30, 1831. YEARLY LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 January 1832
Official Documente published by Govern- ment during the past Week, and copied verbatim from the Gazette. Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office,. Sydney, December 30, 1831. YEARLY LEASES. IN conformity with the 24th and follow- ing parngraphs of the Govt. Order of 1st Aug. 1831, No. 22, the Collector of Internal Revenue will put up by Auction, at the Police Office, Sydney, at 12 o'clock of Friday, the tenth day of February next, the lease of each of the undermentioned por- &nbsp; tions of lund, for one year, commencing 1st of March, 1832. The lease of each lot will be put up at the rate of twenty shillings per section, of 610 acres, for the year ; &nbsp; and the highest bidder, of that sum or more, if free, will be accepted as the tenant. It is to be distinctly understood, that the lands so let (with the exception of the reserves) will continue open for purchase ; and, in the event of their being sold, they must be surrendered by the lessee, upon one month's ...
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending 14th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 January 1832
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices ni FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending I Uh January. £ ». d. Wheat, best N. S. Wales .... O 5 0 p. bus.of OOlbi. Do. second quality, do. 0 10 ditto ditto Do. third do. do. 0 2 B ditto ditto Bailey, best ditto.0 3 0 ditto of SOIbs. Maire, best ditto.0 G 1\ do, lncaslireint. Colonial Tobáceo, best. 0 2 2 per lb. Ditto, second quality.0 1 9 ditto Potatoes, N. S. Wales. S 5 0 peí ton Hillier, best salt.S IS 0 pel cul. Cheese, good. 2 7 0 ditto Pork, »all. 1 14 10 elmo. Hacon,. 2 110 ditto Ham,. 2 li 4 ditto W. C. PUDDBFOOT, Commission Agent, Ceorge-ttreet
EXPORTS. Vessels Cleared from the 2nd to the 9th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 January 1832
EXPORTS. Vessels Cleared from the 2nd to the Oth Instant, inclusive. PR1NCP. RUOENT, 391 tons, Mallard master, forlón don, 9 casks spe.m oil, 4-11 casks blink oil, 101 bun. dies, 1 hales, and b tons 16 ewt, whale linne, 8 casks, and (35) seal skins, 4Ö3 hales wool, 2C5 biles flax, 2 tons C cwt. mimosa bark, 4l logs cedar, II47 0X and cow horns, [),700 hoots and bones, 3 cases cu- riosities ASIA, 12.1 tons, Ager master, foi Snurabaya, shipped in London 1,200 bundles rod non, and stores. HELEN, tOStons.To}tor mulei, Mauritius vu Hobart 'town, and Swan River, 24 casks wine, 12 baskets tobacco I case llanherne, I eise pictures, 1 case ap- parel, 553 bags of wheat, 307 bags flour I hogshead brand} , and stores. MARS, 40 tons, 1 horne master, for Launceston, î cases apparel, 2 casks beef, I casks pork, 1 cask wine, 02 kegs paint, '.9 bags salt, 2,000 leet pine plank, 7,000 feet cedar, 21 hams, 40 window sills, 10 step stones, 10 heirth stones, ft head stones, and stores. SURPRISE (sle-iin...
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 January 1832
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. Stock on hand 31st Ult. B. P. rum, .15,975 gallon» brandy, 20,309 gallons: gin, 8.6*24 gallons; other spirits, 5,407 gallons; tobacco, 55 D12 pounds. Received during the week, tobacco, 3G.5U7 Hi«. Delivered for home consumption, R. P. rum. .1,482' callous; brandy,431 gallons ; ghi, 300 gallons; tobacco, 2,1')* pound». Delivered for exportation, B. P. ruin, 113 gallons; brandy, 71 gallon»; gin, 0 gallons; other spirits, 9 gallons; tobacco, l.lg'i pounds. Stock on hand 7th nisi. II. P. rum, 32,180 gallons blandy, 25.R04 gallons; gin, 11.318 gallon , other spirits, 5,458 gallons; tobacco, 89,180 pounds. Ja?iuary 0, 11132.
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 January 1832
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. Mauritius-M A UGA RET, 304 tons, Dawes, Gore, 4 Co. 13th instant. Launceston-HIND, TIO lons, R. Campbell!, jim. Se Sou, agents, 14th institut. London-STIRLING CASTLE, 301 tons, Dawe», Gore, Se Co. agent», 15th instant.
Vessels entered outwards since last Tuesday's publication. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 January 1832
Vessels entered outwards since last Tuesday's pub- lication. -4.-HIND, 140 lons, II. Campbell, jim. ii Son agents, for Launceston. -5.-SURPRISK, ig lons, Smith Brothers ngents, for Hobart Town. -5.-M A UGA lili T, 1(5j tons, Dawes, Gore, & Co. agents, for Mauritius. -STRAIIIFIËLDSAY, 477 ton», M. Phillip» agent, London.
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 January 1832
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. January. .SUN > Ucn | iel i | eve If) | M | Kenine}'s ? I7B» I 4 5'J I 7 I I 7 II | 7 ii O 3G Kailhquake al S}d j nts, IHOi. 4 5o|; l8 | w | Pi isca. .> 0|7 H It) | U IO li) I I' I W. lomir'-ve, el. I72H | 5 I I 0 59 I ?» &lt;u , I) 50 SO | F | I Minim I a I | I. M | ? __^_*> g io as I HI 45 | I' 0 S-2 1 S I 2nd bun. a. Lpiplian}. | 5 1 | ti 57 | li IU | II !5 Fall moon IB day, 58 min. past I ni the morning.
WOOL. London Wool Price Current, by J. T. SIMES & Co., Sworn Brokers, 58, Colman-street, forwarded by Mr. W. Buchanan. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 January 1832
WOOÏi. landon Wool Price Current, by J. T. SIMES & Co., Sworn Brokers, 58, Colman street, fortoardetl by Mr. W. Buchanan. The prices for New South Wales Wool, quoted below, are those obtained at the five public sales that have taken place from 28th July to 5th August, Instant, comprising 1,372 Bales Aus- tralian Wool, and 859 Bales Tasmanian Wool, received by the Dryade, Forth, Royal Admiral, Henry, and Peisian, fiom Sydney and Van Die men's Land, SPANISH. LEONESA,.2 6 to 3 0 SEGOVIA,.2 0 2 0 SORIA, .l8 20 CACERES,.l8 2 3 ESTRAMADURA,.14 l8 PORTUGAL,.10 14 Lambs' Wool, .10 2 0 These prices are for the R's; the lower »orls in proportion to their quality.
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 13th January, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 January 1832
Government Notioe, Culoul,il heeietnry't Offiee, Sydney, 13th J tniinry, 1832. HIS Excellency the GOVERNOR has been pleased to approve of the appointment of Morgan Donagliue, fife, to be Poundkeeper al Inverary, in the loom ol Hemy Coibyn, resigned. By His excellency's Command, ALrXXNDnil MT.r.AY.
GERMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 January 1832
GERMAN. SAXON, - -) Prima, SILESIAN, -) Secunda, (.Tenia, Electoral, rist&andElec'J-s.jS 0 to G AUSTRIAN, BOHEMIAN, HUNGARIAN Prima, Secunda, .Tertia, Lambs' - Pieces, - Fribs,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 January 1832
COMMISSARIAT. COMMISSARIAT OrricE, SYDNEY, 9th JANUARY, 1832. (Conmci Service ) NO Tenders lmving heen received for Carpenters' Work reqmied for the repairs of the Gcncial Convict Hospital, sydney, as advertised lor under dale the 21st Novembei last, separate tenders will now be received for Hu- Cal pun- ters'woik; and for the shingling of which latter there aie about 200 squaies reqmied. Peisons dis posed lo umlertike the Work, are invited to transmit I'endtrs lo this Office, by 12 o'clock on Thursday the tilth instant, endorsed " Tender for Shingling Qeiier.il Hospital," and " Tender for Cnipunlcis' Woik, Ge neial Hospital." Four payments will be made for the Carpenter's work, and two for the shingling, to the value ol 75 per cent, of the work actually done. I he usual certificate from the Director of Public Works will be requiicd, ot the due performance of the work according to contract befoie any p lyiueun will be made. Each Tender must be accompanied by a leitet from some Perso...
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary'S Office, Sydney, January 9, 1832. LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 January 1832
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary'» Office, Sydney, January 0, 183?, LAND. HIS Excellency the Governor having taken into consideration, in Council, the lar).o Amount ol Airean winch arc dut. by Indi viduals lor Laud» puichased from the Ciowu, and which, by tlie Regulations contained in the Govern ment Notice of Hie 10th ol September last, aie io quned lo be wholly puid up hy the 30lh day ol June next ; mid hat mi; reason to believe that the strict enforcement of those Regulations would be attendu! with serious inconvenience, His Excellency has been pleased, with the advice ol the Executive Council, lo order that a further extension of lime he allowed to pay up the said Arrears; and accordingly, pio vided security for the rcgul ir payiin.ul of the sapie, at the times hereinafter mentioned be lodged willi with Hie Collector of Internal Revenue, bi fore Hie first day ol March next, by a Mortgage of ihe mel dead«, and a Warrant of Attorney to be approved bv the Crown Lawyer», His Ex...