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SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 January 1832
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. Stock on hand 14th iusl. B. P. rum, 31,420 gallons; brandy, 25,5231 gallons; gin, li.008 gallons; other spirits, 5,458 gallons; lobacco, 86,733 pounds. Received during the week, B. P. Rum, C2.70O gal- lons-, brandy, 1,5)6 gallons; gin, 1,782 gallon». Delivered for home consumption, B. P. rum, 3,146 gallons ; brandy, 36yJ gallons ; gin, 610 gallons ; tobacco, 2,941 pounds. Delivered for exportation, B. P. rum, 108 gallons ; brandy, 134 gallons; gin, IC gall ins. Stock on hand eist Inst. B. P. rum, 53,896 gallons ; .brandy, 26,542 gallons; gin, 9,224 gallons; other spirits, .1,458 gallons ; lobado, 83,792 pounds. January 23, 11132.
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending 28th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 January 1832
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of I'ARM PRODUCE Jar the Week ending 28Í/Í , January. £ t. rf. Wheat, best N. S. Wales .. Do. second quality, do. 0 4 Do. third do. do .0 3 Bailey, best ditto.0 3 Maize, best ditto.0 ?> Colonial Tobacco, best.0 2 Ditto, hiCDiul quality.0 1 Potatoes, N. S. Wales... 3.J p. bns.of COlbs. 4 ditto ditto C ditlo dilto 9 ditto of Stilus. II do. iiiensiircmt. 2 pel lb. 8 ditto per ton Buller, best sall. 5 16 0 per cvvl. Cheese, good. S ,7 Pork, salt. 1 14 10 ditto ditto. Bacon.2 1 10 ditto Hum....... 2 11 4 ditto W. C. PUDDBFOOT, Commution Agent Otorgt itrcet.
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 January 1832
PRICE CURREN T. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. Ale, Eng -Hliil .8/. a 8/. im do. doz. 12/aU, Colonial- llhd. GO a 8ü do. do¿. das Beer, Eng. -llhd.7/. uBi do. gul. 4* a fir Colonial-Hhd. 45 e 55 do. gal. 2 u 0> Biscuit,....percwt. 15 a in Blankets, Col. p.pr. 16 a So Hine,.Ib. 2 ti 00 Bread,21h.lo.il,Jil n Osljd Butter, fresh....IslO a s 1 salt.1 I a l 8 Candles,Mlds.lb.I 0 ti 0 00 Dips .. o 0 a 0 00 Cattle-Bullocks ea.tS* a60j Working do. 60 n be Cows,.. . " 30 a 411 do. m Milk " 40 a 6u Calves,....,, 6 a 8 Sheep." 5 a b I'lg».., 7 a 10 do. rousting, 4 a on Cheese, Rng.lb.2s ida Osod T i "Cül »°I « ° 0 Cloth,I'm ramulla per yard.1 8 a 0 0 Do. Bi omi do. 3 4 a 0 o Coffee gruel, lb. 1 6 a 0 0 Eggs, per doz. 1 0 a 1 3 riax.NewZea. ton, 16/ n 181 Hour, 1001 bs. fine 2nd s Barker, ,...i3st>d-11*0.1 Longford, ..12 0 -10 6 Dixon.14 0-12 0 Girard, ....13 0 - H 0 Vickers, ....14 0 -12 0 Hall,.140 -12 o Gordon, ....14 0 -12 o Fruit, ...
LAW INTELLIGENCE Sydney Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 January 1832
LAW INTELLIGENCE Sydney Quarter Sessions. VoNiiv.'v, JAN 23-William Wright was in- dicted foi stealing a bucket ot fat, the piopeity of J. Gi conway, at Sydney, on the 8th Ucccm bei This greasy case was disposed of In the prisoner's being acquitted and discharged. Ann Pirsonswas indicted foi &lt;i common as- sault upon the poison of Eliza Line. Guilty, &lt;iud fined 5s. Edward Brennan was indicted for an assault upon John Clime!!. Guilty Remanded. Ann Williams was indicted for keeping a com mon-house; and, in the second count, with keeping a common, ill governed, and disor deily house. Guilty. Sentenced to enter into recognizances to conduct hctsilf willi piopiiety in the meantime, and to attend and receive sen tenet* next sitting ol the Sessions. | Willum Petrv was indicted for keeping a common-house, in Sttssex-stitet, Sydney, on the 17til October. The nuisance having been abated toi upwaids of two months, Mi. Gai ling declined proceeding m the case, and the tiefen...
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, JANUARY 30th, 1832. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 January 1832
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, JANUARY 30th, 1832. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." IT was our intention two weeks agotohave given a condensed account of the leading topics of discussion affecting the Colony, and the political world at large, during the past year, with a view to show that in co.nnierce and agriculture, as well as in all its social relations, this country had ad- vanced in 1831, beyond all former prece- dent. The grateful and genial seasons of 1831, compared with the destructive periods of drought or flood of former years, have not only removed the fears of want, but have given the promise to our industrious set- tlers of abundance both of the luxuries and the necessaries of life ; and the state of political peace we now enjoy under the mild sway of His Excellency General BOURKE, comes upon us with increased satisfaction, after the violent explosions of* political partisanship, to which we had been formerly exposed. We trust the year which has now commenced, will b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 January 1832
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. "J Sydney, 5«. per Quarter.-Single Numbers, 7«i. J Country,(postage included) 0«. 3d. per Quarter. J TERMS OF ADVERTISEMENTS. For Eight Lines and under, 2s. Od.,and \d. each, for all above ; for crery insertion. FOR IiONDON DIRECT TO SAIL POSITIVELY ON OR BEFORE THE 20th PROXIMO. THE well-known Fast Sailing Ship, SURRY, 461 tons register, CHARLES KEMI1, Coinmander This Miip having taken on board the greater part c,f her cargo, lias only room for louse Hides and Wool. Her accommodations are excellent, and she will carry an experienced Surgeon. For Freight or Pusssge, apply to * Lamb, Buchanan, 6t Co. Casllereagh-*trect, ) , Jan. U, Ifc32. Por Liverpool Direot. THE very fast sailing, first class brig, BRENDA, 255 tons, is soon expected from Hobart Town, with a good portion or her return cargo on board; mid ns she 1» under engagement to sail shortly arter her arrival, intending passengers and shippers are requested to apply immediately to WM. MORGAN, Sydney, 15th...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 January 1832
MARRIAGES.—On Saturday, the 21st instant, at St. James's Church, by the Rev. Richard Hill, Mr. Fel- ton Mathew, to Sarah Louisa, fifth daughter of Richard Mathew, Esq., of Charlotte-street, Portland- place, London. &nbsp; On Monday, January 23d, by the Rev. Dr. Lang, James Barker, of Sydney, to Mrs. Ann Hughes. BIRTH.—At Sydney, on the 23d instant, the lady of C. D. Riddell, Esq., of a son. Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS, AND FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES (Sole Proprietors.) No. 5, KING STREET, SYDNEY NEW SOUTH WALES.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 January 1832
Public Notice. Colonial Secretary'« Office, Sydney, _ 23rd January, 1832». 'THE Tickets of Leave granted to the following Persons have been cancelled, &nbsp; for the reasons set against their respective names, viz : Boddington-Bernard Sands- Habitual neglect of Sun- day's muster. Canada .1-William Murphy-Insolence. Dick-Thomas Fowles-Habitual neglect of Sunday's muster. Eliza 3-Richard Ryan-Burning farming property, Elizabeth 3-John Mann-Habitual neglect of Sunday's muster. General Stuart-William Wiltshire-Do. do. do. Grenada-Thomas Williams Smith-Do. do. do. Indian-Charles March-Do. do. do. Malabar I-John Pepper-Do. do. do. Minstrel I-Sarah Coleman-Assault and keeping a disorderly house. Ocean 1-Hoben Parsons-Habitual neglect of Sunday's muster. Recovery 1-William Pate-Do. do. do. Sir Godfrey Webster 2-James M'Kone-Assault, and harbouring ah assigned female servant. Surry 1- Thomas Thomas, alias Alherck-Habitual neglect of Sunday's muster. By Command of his Excellency the G...
ANNIVERSARY DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 January 1832
ANNIVERSARY DINNER. Thursday, the 26th instant, being the day on which the Colony was founded, forty-four years since, by Governor Phillips, between fifty and sixty of the Colonists sat down to a sumptuous repast, provided for the occasion, at Cummings' Hotel; and although a very short notice had been given, " mine host" did not fail in getting up the dinner in his usual liberal style. The chair was taken at 7 o'clock by Mr. Wentworth, Mr. Mackaness being Vice-President. Grace -having been said by the Rev. Ralph Mansfield, the guests commenced on the " good things" provided for their entertainment. Upon the ' cloth being removed, the following toasts were given and drunk with enthusiasm : " The King"- God save the King " Queen Adelaide"- Queen's Waltz. " The Princess Victoria, and the rest of the Royal Family." "The Governor"-See the conquering Hero comes. &nbsp; " Governor Phillip, the Founder of the. Co- lony." " Governor Macquarie." " Governor Brisbane"-Should auld acquai...
POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 January 1832
POLICE INCIDENTS. MONDAY, JAN. 21.-Thomas Rooney and Peter &nbsp; Cotton, two of the Sydney illuminati, were charged by their master with getting drunk on &nbsp; Sunday, instead of attending mass, for which they were sent seven days to the mill. Pat Haydon, a little lad from the emerald isle, was charged with making too free a use of his master's famous Burton, whereby three &nbsp; &nbsp; bottles were absent without leave. When re- quired by the Bench to explain how this could happen without his knowledge, he threw himself across the bar with a free and easy nonchalance, &nbsp; and replied, " Why, sure, ye're Worships, I can say nought about them, at all, at all, except that they must have walked after me, for I have no re- &nbsp; collection of bringing 'em wid me. " The Bench however, not satisfied with such an explanation' referred the case to the consideration of a Jury. &nbsp; &nbsp; Bridget Kennedy, with a green an...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 January 1832
DOMESTIC INTELLEGENCE SYDNEY COLLEGE. At a General Meeting, held at the Royal Hotel, on Tuesday, the 20th instant, George Thomas Savage, Esquire, in the Chair It was resolved-That the Report, now read be &nbsp; printed and published, under the' direction of the Committee, and that the cordial thanks of this Meeting be presented to William Bland, Esq. for drawing np the same, together with the valu- able services which that gentleman has rendered the College from its commencement. That-the very sincere thanks of this Meeting be presented to the Honorable Francis Forbes, for his unremitting and valuable attention to the in- terests of this institution, and that he be requested to continue the oflice of President for the ensu- ing year. That the thanks of this Meeting be presented to the Committee, Treasurer, and Secretary, for their services during the past year-and That the following Gentlemen compose the Office-bearers and Committee for the ensuing &nbsp; year: The H...
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 16th January, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 January 1832
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, I6th January, 1832. HIS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to approve of the following altera- tions in the Police of the Colony, via._ Maitland-John Moran per Daphne holding a Ticket of Leave, to be constable the room of Robert Custen, stationed in &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER McLEAY. &nbsp;
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 January 1832
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND NEWS. By the Brilliant v» e have received files of Hobart Town and Launceston papéis up to the 18th Instant, from which we make the following extracts. liant the Hobint J'own Coimero/ J,tn. 11 - Aimed last night, the bug Helen, dom bvdnev, on her voyage to ¡swan River and the Mauiitius The pi ice ol wheat continues at the avua¿t. of irom 5s. to 5s. Oil. a busln-l. The ensuing harvest will probably pioduce on some of the lertile tracts on the noi thuin si le of the island from 25 to 3 > bushels of wheat per acic, the average of the whole colony is not es- timated to exceed 15 bushels per acre. On Saturday Mr. Robinson made his trium &nbsp; phant entry into town with 40 blacks. After an &nbsp; interview with the Governor, they proceeded on &nbsp; board the Swan River Packet, where they will remain until the Tamar is ready to convey them to Great Island. The natives are quite delighted &nbsp; with the idea of their sable colony. 'Hie...
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending 4th February. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 6 February 1832
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending Ath February. £ ', d. .Wheat, best N. S. Wales .... O 5 4 p. bus.of COlbs. Do. second quality, do. 0 4 3 ditto ditto JQo. third do. do,.O 3 5 ditto ditto Barley, best ditto.0 3 b ditto of 50lbs. Maize, best ditto.0 5 II do. ineasiireint. Colonial Tobacco, best. 0 2 2 'per lb. Ditto, second quality.0 1 B ditto Potatoes, N. S. Wales. 4 0 0 per ton Butter, best salt.G t 4 per çwt. Cheese, good. 2 10 0 ditto Pork, salt. I 14 10 ditto. Bacon,.2 1)0 ditto Hum,.t,. 3 0 8 ditto W. OÍ PUODBFOOT, Commution Agent Oeorge-strtet.
MARKETS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 6 February 1832
MARKETS. IHURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2. The supply this morning was plentiful, und the articles of a good quality and in demand. About 3000 bushels of wheat were sold at from 3s. öd.to 5s. 3d.per bushel,- maize a shade lower; other grain stationary. In Dairy produce but a slight variation. Vegetables firm at our last quotations. Butcher's meat ami cattle have undergone a considerable rise, though not in propoitiou. Soap, candles, and tallow, as last quoted. Colonial tobacco is in request. Wool still meets a good maiket for exportation. Hot ses for the shafts a shade higher.
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 6 February 1832
j SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. . block on hand «1st Inst. B. P. mm, 51,096 gallons ; brandy, 26,542 gallons; gin, 9,224"gallons; other spirits, 5,458 gallons ; tobacco, 83,702 pound». Received during the week, B. P. rum, 10,348 cations, brandy, 13 gallons ; gin, 450 gallons; other spirits, 14 gallons; tobacco, 357 pounds. Delivered lor home consomption, B. V. ram, 2',3g5 gallons ; brandy, 583 gallons ; tobacco, 2,508 pounds Delivered for expoiUliou, B. P. ram, 53H gallons ; gin, C9 gallons ; tobacco, 1,226 pounds. Mock on hand 2u t h instant, B. P. rum, 61,311 gallons; brandy, c5 972 gallons ; gin, &lt;J,C05 gallons; other spi- rits, 5,427 gallons ; tobacco, 80,415 pounds. January 30, 1H32.
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 6 February 1832
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. | "C J." on snake bites will receive insertion in an early number. An " Original Song " will appear in our pod's corner. " Truena's "' remarks arc rendered umieccssary by the proceeding* of the Council. "L. 1. B." will be attended to in our next. We continue lo receive solutions to the mathematical questions proposed in our paper, and regret that we cannot lay them before the public. " Honest Dealing? " at an early period. " Anti-mushroom Surveyor" is under consideration. "A true Friend of the Colony" will see his commu- nication in a contemporary, therefore the insertion in our paper is unnecessary. " A plain Up-country Settler " ii ripping up old grievances, and is therefore best omitted. If we can render any assistance by advertising, §c. we shall he happy to do so. The Letters from a medical gentleman have been rc ceived.
OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 6 February 1832
I OUTWARDS.'-' -, "' ' MAltY ANN, 14 ton?. Cleet, llluvvarrn, sundries. SIR WILLIAM WALLACE, 14 tons, Barnett, Ncwcas tie, ballast >i SALLY, I7 tons. Brown, Illawarra, ballast. MAID OF rim MILL, 14 tons, Mossman, Newcastle, sundries. NOltTHUMBERLAND, l8 tons, Cooper, Newcastle, sundries. 1 1 EXPERIMENT,65 tons, Hill, Shoalhaven, sundries.. ABEONA, 23 tons, Cullum, Newcastle, sundries. AL1CF. 20 lons, Wilson, Illawarra, ballast. JANE, 24 tons, Shnobeit, Illawaira, ballast.
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6th, 1832. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 6 February 1832
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6th, 1832. -* "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am 1," THE Tender for executing all the Printing required by Government during liio year 1832, was opened on Thursday lust, and was secured by the Gazette Oflice, at a very large reduction from the prices of former years. The whole of the printing was taken at about £400, which, in several instances, has amount- ed to four times that sum in one year. This Tender, in our opinion, will prove a loss ol' no small amount to the parties who have obtained the contract; but this is of minor importance to the Colo- nists, who will, for the future, be relieved from excessive .draughts made on their funds, by certain parties, for the purpose hitherto of supporting a misera- ble system of misrule. The Tenders of the other Colonial Presses were con- siderably above the Tender of the par- ties alluded to ; but we have the satis- faction of slating that the whole of the parties concerned were perfectly satis lied wit...
Coastwise from the 23d to the 30th Instant, inclusive, INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 6 February 1832
Coastwise from the 23d to the ZOth Instant 4»r7u«i»«. ' ' ' ii'' 'inclusive, . INWARDS. ALICE, 20 tons, Clavel, Shoalhaven, cedar. , WILLIAM, 13 tons, Sparkes, Illawarra, cidar. , j. EXP1ÎRIMLN1', C5 tons, Hill, ¡shoalhaven, cedar. SOPHIA JANE, 156 tons, Biddulph,,, Newcastle, sun dries. i , : i