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COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 16th to the 23d Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 January 1832
COMMERCIAL NEWS. -+ Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority oj the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 16t7t to the 23d Instant, inclusive. Jan. IO.-BEE (brig), 135 tom, Powditch master, Irom New Zealand, George Bann agent; li tons flax, W. Cuthbert ¡ 2 casks oil, W. Morgan; 41 baskets po- tatoes, IS ¡packages staves, 13 bundles hoops, and hoop iron, t! copper coolers, f> try pots, quantity of old copper, 7 pieces junk, S casks whaling gear, 8 empty casks, 1 whale boat, 1 canoe. Campbell Se Co. -S3.-SYDNEY PACKET (schooner) 84 tons. Drys. dale master, from New Zealand, George Cavenagh ngent, 38 lons flax, M. Phillips.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 January 1832
Cawimiiinviut ©íjartmcnt. COMMISSARIAT OFPICE, SYDNEY, 26th JANUARY, 1832. (Convict Sentee ) A Four-railed Fence being required to the Paddocks at Carters' Barracks, persons desirous of contracting to erect the same, are requested to transmit their lenders to this Office, by li o'clock on thursday, the Qth iebruury next, en- dorsed " Tender for erecting Fence st Carters' Bar- racks " Each Tender must be accompanied by n letter from soma prison of known responsibility, engaging to join with the contractor in a bond for the dut perfor- mance of the work. A plan and specification may be seen at the Office of Public Works, Sydney. JAMBS LAIDLEY, Dip. Com Oen COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, SYDNEY, JANUARY 27,1832. HAY.-Persons desirous of contract- ing to supply this Department with such quantities ol Oilcn or Cultivated Grass U.iy as may be required for the Public Service at Sydney, deliverable when and where rcqimcd, are requested lo transmit Iheir Tender«, in writing, to this Office hy IS o'clo...
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office Sydney, 18th January, 1832. PRINTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 January 1832
I Government Notice. I Colonial Secretary's Olfice.Sydaey, _ IBlh January, 1812. PRINTING. IN order that the parties intending to offer to perform the Government Printing may have an opportunity ol fully examining Hie sevciu! lunns and Work which will be requiied, the period for receiving the fenders invited by the Go. vcrnmeni Notice of the 10th instant, is postponed until 12 o'clock of Tlluisday the second day of next month, J It ¡s requested that the Tenders may specify the price, boih with and without paper, of the first 250, of the second 250, and so on of any number of copies that may be required. ?ffib"ncu/lly.' bv_,tw° respectable sureties, in the sum of «lou, for the due performance ot the Contract, will be required. ..i?Ll,eiPiîr.ti&lt;;*,,?naBcnts,for lhem> nre requested to attend at this Office, at the time apuuinied. By Command of His Excellency the Governor, _&lt;. ALEXANDER M'LEAY Comt of Request« OlHcc, sydney, H January 85, 1832. IS Excellency the...
VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 24TH JANUARY, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 January 1832
VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY. 21TH JANUARY, 1S32. Connell met piusiiant to adjournment-His Excellency the GOVERNOR took, the chan, and laid upon the tillie the following Bills - 1. -'. A Bill to amend an Act intituled, ' An Act for the genet al Regulation of the Customs of New South Wales and it* Dependencies '" Bill lead a fust time, oideied to be lead a second time, on Monday next, and to he printed 2 -*. A Bill for authorising all lines, Penalties, and forfeitures, to be levied and paid in Moi- ling Money of the Realm " Bill read a hist time, ordered to be lead a second time, on Monday, the Oth Tebruarj, and to be punted 3 -" A Bill to provide for the Pty ment ol the Sálanos of of His Excellency the Governor of New South Walts, and the Judges ot the Supreme Couit thereof, out ot the Revenues of the Customs ot the sud Colony" Bill read a first time , ordeied to be lead a second t -ne, on \londay next, and to be punted. His Excellency the GOVERNOR laid ...
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney January 25, 1832. MILL AT PORT MACQUARIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 January 1832
x Government Notice. ' \ ' j Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney _ January li, 1832. _ MILL AT PORT MACQUARIE. TO be LEI by Public Auction, at the Police Office, Sydney, at eleven o'clock In the . lorennon on Saturday, the tenth day of Starch next, for a Term of Years (from three to seven, as may suit llie offerers.) ol n Mill at Foil Macquarie, be longing to Government. Further piuticulars may be obtrlned by npplying at the Ollie« of Hie Collector of Internal Revenue. By Command of His Excellence the Governor, i ALEXANDER M'LEAY. I --;-.
Government Order. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, (No 2.) 25th January, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 January 1832
Government Order. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, (No 2.) 33th January, 1832. j HIS Excellency the Governor di- rects it lo be notified, that H will be neces- sary, that in future, nil Salary Abstracts of the Fixed listablishments, chargeable to the Colonial Treasury, be furnished to the Auditor General on the First, and nil accounts ol Fixed mid Unfixed contin- gencies on the Fill!, of each month. The Auditor will submit for signature, on the Se- cond and Eighth respectively, proper Warrants in lavour of the parties who have transmitted the ne- cessary Vouchers on the prescribed days, postponing lo the following montli all who may have neglected to tia so. By His Excellency's Conimnnd, ALEXANDER M'LEAY,
Government Notice, Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney 23rd January, 1832. FIFTY POUNDS REWARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 January 1832
Government Tíotloe, Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney 23rd January, 1832. FIFTY POUNDS REWARD. WHEREAS it has been represented to the Government that, on Thursday morn ing, the 5th instant, the onrn of Mr. Dun, at Puterson's Plains, was wilfully set on Fire and destroyed, together with a considerable quantity of when contained Hierein, by some evil disposed per- son or |ieistmsat present unknown . Ills Lxcelleuoy the Governor, for the better appre- hending and bringing to justice the persons concerned in the lelony belore mentioned, is hereby pleased to promise the above Reward of Fifty Pounds, and a P irilon for the said Offence to any one ol them (ex- cept Hie person who actually set nie to the Barn,) who bli ill discover his accomplice or accomi liccs therein, KI ihm he or they may be apprehended and convicted llierenr. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER M'MIAY,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 January 1832
IRON. TO BLACKSMITHS, NAILERS If OTHERS. ÇJAMUEL ONIONS having received k^y ex Margaret, a very- extensive adsnrlmrnt ot r&lt;-' the above Amele, will dispose of tlic »mue at reduced Prices, foi CHSII. N. U.-Ail kinds ol' Smith*' Work neatly executed on the shortest notice, al Nu. 02. Put «lirel. MELVILLE AND ANDREWS, BEG to acquaint those Ladies and Gentlemen wiro are indebted lo Hit- Concern, tliey will feel greatly obliged by au en>-|y settle- ment of their respective Accounts up I» 1831. Tiley having received injunctions from the Exeeiunit of (lie lute Mr. F. Melville to arrange the Allait» of tile Furn lo lliat peiind. Tile Film will in future be con ducted by J. Melville mid J. Amlrewt, who hope, by a uniform nltciilinn to Itasines«, to merit nronliiiimnce of Hie late favours they have enjoyed for many year»._._^^ CAPE WINE OF SUPERIOR QUALITY. THE South African Wine Company (formed with the view ot improving the Wines of thal Colony, and thereby increasing .their c...
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 18th January, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 January 1832
Government Notioc. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sidney, Itllh January, 1813. HIS Excellency the Governor lias been pleased to approve of the following I alteration in the Police oí the Colony, viz - To be Constable under the Government Order, No. 12, of 23rd May, 1831. Maitland.-George Wood, per Minerva, fiom the 2nd instant, in the room of Francis Collins, dismissed for drunkenness. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDEH M'LCAY.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 January 1832
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. | ARRIVALS. . j From New Zealand, on the 22d instant, the »rhooner Sydney Packet, Drysdale master. Lad- ing, Has. From Hobart Town, the 23th inst, whence she . iiailp.il the 8th instant, the barque Platina (300 tons), Captain Wilson. Lading, sundries. Pas- sengers, »1rs. Wilson, Mr. Eade, .Mr. Henry Chapman, Mr. J-. Marshall, MY. Henry Richard (inn, William Mars, George Wilton, J. Jackson, William Murphy, and Benjamin Smith. From the Cape of Good Hope, the same day, . whence she sailed the 2Sth of November last, the. birqne Leda, Captain Robb. Lading, mer- chandise. Passengers, Mr. Charles Hawkins, . .Mr. Wulter Curlewis, Mr. David Gwynn, Mr. Janie« Hope, and Christian D'Ville. From Hobart Town, on Thursday last, the schooner Harlequin, Captain Hayes. Lading, sundries. From Launceston, the same day, the brig Brilliant. DEPARTURE. For Moreton Hay, on Wednesday last, the »chooner isabella.
Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 January 1832
Weekly Meteorological Table, Th* WFATHEIl, Bild Virnitiiiiu of the TIIKIIMOME ri'll, (liinni! the pnsl Week, in b>diie>, at ö in the inornimi, ill noon, anil »t ii o'Clork in Ihe ov, nnif. Mun, I lue*, fl a. in 0 a. in Sullr) CIHIHIJ Hnny Windi ( lund) .II 7 ' I 02 b« fiO C.ifin Calm 12 iwon,\"noan Clou Ijl Sullr) HI I in Wind j li p. ni. Cloud) 77 NNC Rain) G« fi p m Hain) 12 noon Cool C7 Sil'. ) p ni Wind) C5 n p. in Sultry f>4 O-JU I lue (iii 2 noott I me 70 LM, 6 p. u rinu &lt;S> Lol', .Mean rrinpeuiture, 78.
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 January 1832
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. I I hUN "| High Hut January, Calendar. _| rlier | &lt;et$ | nvirn | «yu 30 I ,M I h. U. I. mun, KM» | S II | o 4U I h Iii | 7 '-O 51 | I | Y. 1'rrtfnnei it 17B8 | 5 12 I n lu | 7 41 | » '» Fltiruttrv. I | W | ¡};]T)t\ tûw?hyU,C\f> l8 [ 6 48 | 8 IS j B3i 7 T]|;"y,l1\cr';i,u" °r in»u-15 ie | o « j B w | s 51 3 I K.| Illa« I li I &lt; I n 47 j ii ia I I) .17 4 I S I It. Illili, ii 17-10 I a I M II 40 I IO II I I" V" 6 I S I ¿Iii »un. II. L,|j|pliun\. I 5 15 I 0 45 I 10 J.') I 10 48 Nrtv moon 2d day, 21 minutes piisl 0 at instit.
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, January 25, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 January 1832
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, January 25, 1832. HIS Excellency the GOVERNOR has I been pleased lo du eel Hie publication of the general objects of tlie following Bills, now under llie consideration of the Legislative Council. I By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAY. 1.- ' A Bill to amend an Aat intituled, ' An Act for &lt; the general Regulation of the Customs ol New . South Wales and its Dependencies.'" Vessels or boals employed without being licensed to be forfeited. Persons lound or discovered to have been on board ol vessels liable lo forfeiture, or, unshipping spirits, tobacco, Sec liable to foifeitiire, may be detained until they prove that they have no interest in the vessel, or were not concerned in the unshipping or re, ntoval of such spirits, tobacco. Sec. Persons liable to be arrested making escupe, may afterwards be de tamed by an officer of the Customs, Sec. Persons arrested and detained for being found, or discovered to hare be...
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney 24th January, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 January 1832
Government Notioe. Colonial Secretar)'s Office, Sydney C4th January, 1832. AMARE the property of the Govern- ment, having straved from a party ni O Con. nell'» Plains nu the night of the 4th instant, all Constables, Mounted Policemen, mid others, art requested, in the event of their discovering the Animal in question, the description ol which is mulcted, to deliver it to the nearest Resident Magistrate, or lo the Superintendent ni Emu Plains. Black Mare, branded with a crown on the off shnuldei and with No. 520 on the near shoulder. By command of His Excellency the Governor. ALEXANDER M'LEAY.
EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 January 1832
EXTRACTS. On the cuic of Animal Poisons, and probably Hydrophobia, by the local Application of Common Salt. (Rev J TISC/ICI )-Hie Rev J G Tis cher was formerly a intssiomiy in South Ame- rica, and is anxious to tall the attention of the public to the ptobdblu utility of common salt as a remedy in case« ot hytliophobn, if, at least, tht opinion be correct, that, what will cute the bitLs of venomous serpents will be clhcictotis in the former class of c ises He s ivs, " 1 actually anti effectually cured all kinds of very painful ind ti mêlions serpt nts' bites, ifter they had been milli led for nnin horns, foi immediately after I hail ipplied my remedv, the pain sub I sided, and the patient calmed-which reniLtly I was nothing else than common bait, and I kept it on the place or wound, moistened with watci, till all was healed, foi several days, without evei any bad effect orxui nug afterwaids I, foi my pait, never had an oppoittuutj to meet with a mid dog, oi any poison who was bitten ...
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, January 23, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 January 1832
Government Notioe. Colonial Secretary's »dice, Sydney, Jmiuuiy 23, ISIS. HIS Excellency the Go.ernor has been pleased lo approve of the lollowing alterations in the Police of Hie Colony, viz. H'lndnor.-John Kirton, free, lo be constable, in the room ol James Gnllogher, per Mmttrel, dismissed tor drunkenness, to bear date the lath instant. t'cnrUli-William Piggott, free, lobe constable from the ird instanl. Uy His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER M'LE-W.
OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 January 1832
OUTWARDS. HOPE, 24 ton«, Brown, Newcastle, ballast. " .. LINNET, lOtons, Barker, Brisbane Water, snndiies. '. MARY ANN, 10 tons, Perkins,.Hawkesbury, sundries. ROVER, 14 tons, Dale, Newcastle, ballast. SHAMROCK, Sy tons, Williams, Newcastle, sundri.-s. BRISBANE, l8 tons, Maraspin, Illawarra, sundries. YOUNO STAR, IS tons, Wright, Pitt Water, ballast. PANDORA, C7 lons, Brown, Newcastle, sundries. SOPHIA JANE, 156 tons, Biddulph, Newcastle, sun- dries. MONITOR, 20 tons, Brown, ballast.
Official Documents published by Government during the past Week, and copied verbatim from the Gazette. Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, January 13, 1832. LARGER WINDMILL, NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 January 1832
Official Documents published by Govern- ment during the past Week, and copied vrrlurtim from the Gazette. Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, January 13, IBS!. LARGER WINDMILL, NEWCASTLE1. TO be LET by Public Auction, at the Police Office, Sydney, lit eleven o'clock ni the forenoon ol Friday the tenth day of fehl nur) next, n lease lor seven yens, nom the first day ol March next, of lue larger Windmill at New- castle, belonging to Government, as lately occupied bv Mi. Patrick Keilly. J ho Lessee must entei into a Bond with two ap- proved surcltes tor the regular payment ol the lient quarlcilv. puither parlieulnm may be obtained by appl)ing al the Office ol the Collector of Internal Revenue I Hy Command of Iii» Excellency the (Inventor. ALEXANDER M'LEAY.
Coastwise from the 16th to the 23d Instant, inclusive, INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 January 1832
Coastwise from tlie \Gth to the 23d Instant inclusive, ' INWARDS: LINNET, lo tons, Barker. Brisbane Water, ashes. MONITOR,20 tons. Smith, Newcastle, coals ROVER, 15 tons, Dale, Newcastle, coal!. PANDORA, C7 tons, Brown, Newcastle, sundries. NORTHUMBERLAND, l8 tons, Cooper, Newcastle, sundries. -¿ ABEONA, 2.1 lons, Cullum, Newcastle, sundries. SOPHIA JANE, 156 tons, Biddulph, Newcastle, sun- dries. MARY ANN. M tous, Crect, Illawarra, cedar. SALLY, 17 lons, Brown, Illawarra, cedar. DUE, 14 tons, Robinson, lllnwurrn, cedar. I JANE, 24 lons, Sboobeit, Illawaira, cedar. FANNY, AS ton», Baker, Iluwurru, cedar.
MARKETS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 January 1832
MARKETS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 26. Tho market was well stocked this morniriß-. The produce was of a good description, and in demand. 2700 bushels of wheat were brought to town from Hunter's River and the New Coun- try, and sold from 4s. to 6s. per bushel. Maize was a shade lower, and in request. Darley, oats, and rye, without alteration. Dairy pro- duce still at high prices. Butchers meat is a trille higher. There was a great variety of fruit, and very cheap. Cedar has become rather scarce of late, with a consequent increase in price. Wool in demand for exportation.