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EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 2nd to 9th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 May 1831
EXPORTS. &nbsp; Vessels cleared from the 2nd to 9th In- stant, inclusive. Juno (brig) 212 tons, PETERSON master, for New Zealand, fishery stores. &nbsp; Alexander McLeay (cutter) HAYES master, for New Zealand, 1 case tobacco pipes, 1 case harness, 2 boxes soap, 1 screw press, 7 cases muskets, 9 casks powder, 2 cases hardware, 10 cwt. lead, 1 cask ball and shot, 3 cases mill work, 1 bale slops, 1 hogshead rum, 3 kegs to- bacco, and stores. Craigievar (brig) 262 tons, RAY master, for London, 708 bales, and 1 bag wool, 96 bales flax, 4 bundles whalebone, 1 case containing a transit instrument, and stores. Warren (barque) 195 tons, ETTY master, for the Mauritius, ballast and stores. New Zealander (schooner) 140 tons, GARDNER master, for New Zealand, fishery stores.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 May 1831
TO THE PUBLIC. ———-ooo——— &nbsp; THE advantages of ADVERTISING IN THE SYDNEY HERALD, Must be evident to the Public, when they are informed that it has Seven Hundred & Fifty Subscribers ! wHICH IS Considerably more than any other SYDNEY JOURNAL ! ! AND THE prices' for the Paper & Advertisements' ARE THE LOWEST IN THE COLONY ! ! ! *.*Subscribers are requested to take notice, that the Quaiters' subscriptions to the Sydney He- rald, end on the 31st March, 30th June, 30th September, and the 31st December, at which periods only can persons decline their sub- scriptions ; and the Paper will continue to be sent, and the parties charged therewith, until countermanded in writing. &nbsp; Advertisers are informed that Advertisements (unless the number of insertions be written on the manuscripts) will be inserted in every publication, till orders are received for their discontinuance. CHEAP PRINTING. IN DRAWING THE ATTENTION &nbsp; of their Friends, and th...
Original Poetry. For the " Sydney Herald." "Cupid on bread and water." I. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 May 1831
Original Poetry. &nbsp; ———oo——— &nbsp; for the " Sydney Herald." " Cupid on bread and water." " Day by day he fed on the sighs and tears of Leonora, Sad cheer l but the food of the heart notwith- standing." ANON. I. I tell thee plain, my Stella dear, That work like this will never do ; I loathe good English beef and beer, And fricassee, and Freneh ragout ; All cake and custard without you, My night's cheroot,—my noon's rappee, Engender only spirits blue, Unlike the spirit dwells in thee. II. Thy form divine no more in view,— 'Wildered no more by beauty's eyes, I picture scenes Apelles drew And quite forget corporeal ties. My craving soul her duty flies. No Cossacksrtanked in tell platoon, &nbsp; Can force what recreant will denies ; And this I feel at night and noon. III. 'Tis said the god that gives relief From love is blind, I own it true, &nbsp; But what is more he must be deaf, &nbsp; And worse than all is speechless too, I'll vouch the t...
REMAINING IN THE HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 May 1831
REMAINING IN THE HARBOUR. &nbsp; SHIPS—Denmark Hill, Eamont, Albion, Australian, Lady Harewood, Nelson, Kains, Warren, Hashmy, Jane, York, Red Rover, Waterloo, and Merope. BRIGS—Lord Rodney, Mary Elizabeth, Sophia Jane, Earl of Liverpool, Elizabeth, Fame, and Rifleman. SCHOONERS—Samuel, Active, Admiral Gifferd, and Schnapper, CUTTERS—Lætitia Bingham, Fairy, Mo- nitor, Pandora, and Emma Kemp.
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 May 1831
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. Sandwich Island—Denmark Hill, 252 tons, T. H. James agent, 13th May ; South Seas— Lord Rodney, I65 tons, Edward Byers agent, 23d May ; London—Lady Harewood, 429 tons, Lamb & OS. agents, 25th May ; South Seas— Albion, 311 tons, J. B. Bettington & Co. agents, 15th May ; New Zealand—Active, 105 tons, &nbsp; Campbell and Co. agents, 19th May ; Queen Charlotte, 120 tons, Campbell & Co. agents, 14th May ; Hobart Town—Kains, 353 tons, George Bunn agent, 19th May.
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, MAY 16th, 1831. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 May 1831
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, MAY 16th, 1831. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." It must strike every man interested in the question, as remarkable, that our Colonial Journals have preserved an al- &nbsp; most impenetrable silence, regarding the petition transmitted to Government, to impose a prohibitory duty on wheat of foreign growth. As the period is ap- proaching when the decision of the Council will be made known, we shall resume the consideration of the subject without any subterfuges, that would lead us to enquire into the state of public opinion, or the Government decision, before we give our own. If we are wrong, we shall be the first to make the amende honorable, and whether wrong or right, our columns shall be open to the abettors of both opinions. No subject is more alarming to the public interest, than the imposing, or in- creasing duties on wheat of home or foreign growth. The man who does so, puts his hand into the flour bag of every member of society, and ta...
MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 May 1831
MARKETS. The supply of WHEAT this morning was very scanty, and stationary in price, only 300 bushels were purchased by Mr. Barker, at from 5s. to 6s. MAIZE was more plentiful than last market day, and at a considerable reduction in price, from 3s. to 3s. 6d. DAIRY PRODUCE was rather more abundant, with but a slight variation in price. Of VEGETABLES there was a tolera- ble supply, without much alteration from our last quotations. The roads between the Hawkesbury and Syd- ney are improving since the rain held up, we may therefore expect a reduction in the price of grain and dairy produce next market day, should fine weather continue.
Police Incidents. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 May 1831
Police Incidents. ———O——— &nbsp; Saturday, May 7.—Loomey Howard and Edward Gibson, both prisoners for life, were placed at the bar under the following circumstances :— Hamilton Ross, a prisoner of the crown, deposed that he was a runaway from Parramatta, and had been harboured at Leighton's mill, Jack the Millers Point, on Monday last the prisoner Howard gave him a glass of rum, at the proof of which he felt some surprise, as he was convinced it could not come from a public house ; when they retired to bed that night, Howard told him to say nothing about it, as it was smuggled spirits, which had come from on board the cutter Dart, and that he had taken a ten gallon keg of it to Mr. Klensendorlffe's house, together with some to- bacco. Witness subsequently gave information of the transaction to Mr. Oliver. Mr. Jilks stated, that on Thursday last he accompa- nied Mr. Oliver to the house near the mill, occupied by a person named Bacon, on searching it, he found 14 kegs, contain...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 May 1831
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. On Sunday week, from Moreton Bay, the cut- ter Regent Bird, with 5 expirees. On Monday week, from New Zealand, the cutter Emma Kemp ; same day, from Newcastle, the cutter Northumberland ; same day, from Port Macqua- rie, the cutter Emma ; same day, from New- castle, the cutter Fairy ; same day, from More- ton Bay and Norfolk Island, the Colonial brig &nbsp; Governor Phillips, with soldiers and prisoners from the latter place ; same day, from Port Ste- &nbsp; phens, the cutter Lambton ; same day, from &nbsp; Newcastle, cutter Lord Liverpool. On Tuesday last, from Hobart Town, the barque Merope, Captain Briggs, with wheat. Passengers, Mrs. Briggs, Lieutenant J. C. Pratt, 63rd regiment ; and Mr. McRea. On Wednesday last, from the Mauritius, having sailed on the 22d of March, the brig Joseph Winter, Captain Richardson, with a cargo of sugar. On Friday last, from Hobart Town, the brig Rifleman, Captain Bleas- dale, with sundries. P...
By Command of His Excellency the Governor, ALEXANDER M'LEAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 May 1831
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, May 13, 1831. DEEDS OF GRANT. TITLE DEEDS, of the annexed Form, have been this Day transmitted to the Sur- &nbsp; veyor General, for the undermentioned LANDS PUR- CHASED FROM THE CROWN, in order that when duly recorded they may be forwarded to the Col- lector of Internal Revenue, for the purpose of being delivered to the parties respectively entitled, upon payment of the prescribed Fees, and any arrears of Quit-rent that may be due thereon, viz. 1. Joseph Pye, 1000, One Thousand acres in the County of Westmoreland, Parish unnamed ; bounded on the West side by the said Joseph Pye's Grant of five hundred acres ; on the North side by a part of J. Boyes' Eight hundred acres, and a continued line west, 130 chains; on the East side by a line South, eighty chains ; and on the South side by a line West, 130 &nbsp; chain*, to the South-East corner of the said Joseph Pye's before-mentioned Grant of five hundred acres.— De...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 May 1831
For LIVERPOOL Direct. THE Fine A. 1. Brig;, EARL OF LIVERPOOL, Burthen 230 Tons, T. B. Manning, &nbsp; Commander, will Sail in all May. Her Accommoda- tions are excellent, and she will carry an experienced Surgeon. For Freight or Passage, apply to LAMB, BUCHANAN, & CO. or JOHN MACLAREN & CO. For LONDON Direct, To Sail on the 25th May, THE fine fast-sailing River-built Ship, LADY HAREWOOD, 429 Tons, Register, R. W. Stonehouse, Commander. Her Accommodations are very superior, and she carries an experienced Surgeon. For Light Freight or Passage, apply to LAMB BUCHANAN, & CO. Sydney, 29th April, 1831. For LONDON Direct, To sail on the 1st July, THE Fine A. 1, British-built Ship, EAMONT, 273 Tons Register, James Walmesley, Commander, has excellent Accommodations, and will carry an experienced Surgeon. For Freight or Passage, apply to LAMB, BUCHANAN, & CO. Sydney, 7th May, 1831 EX JANS. JUST arrived, and on Sale, at Mr. H. Cohen's, next door to Mr. ...
COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 2nd to the 9th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 May 1831
COMMERCIAL NEWS. ———o——— Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS, Reports from the 2nd to the 9th Instant, inclusive. May 4.—Eamont (barque), 278 tonss WALMES- &nbsp; &nbsp; LEY, master, from London, LAMB & Co. agents ; 3 casks English gin, 50 hogsheads rum, 1 cask tobacco, 1 cask and 12 quarter-casks wine ; 25 hogsheads stout, 3 casks 2 bottles drugs, 1 chest liquorice juice, 13 casks peas and barley, 1 case pouches, 2 casks flints, 1 case pistols, 15 cases muskets, 192 packages gunpowder, 1 case quills, 1 cask brushes, 1 bundle broom handles, 1 cask tools, 3 bales candlewicks, 5 bales bag- ging, 1 bale Osnaburgs, 1 case stationery, 8 bales 3 cases slops, I case haberdashery, 2 cases apparel, 5 bales linens, 4 cases sadlery, 3 bales blankets, 21 cases hats, 1 case combs, 8 cases boots and shoes, 2 casks glassware, 1 case che- micals, 4 tanks linseed oil, 1 case containing a screw, 6 cases 10 casks copper,...
TO THE EDITORS OF THE "SYDNEY HERALD" [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 May 1831
TO THE EDITORS OF THE "SYDNE Y HERALD" Gentlemen,—Perceiving in your last paper, a letter from "A Sydney Merchant," wherein he very properly exposes a long-existing abuse practised upon the Go- vernment, through the carelessness or chicanery of certain individuals, I am induced to write a few lines, on what I conceive to be the subject alluded to, by way of confirmation to your former correspondent's expose. It is well known that positive orders are forwarded to the Commissariat of this Colony, to procure all and every article by public tender, and that too, at the vey lowest rate, (having regard to the quality) but I am persuaded that this peremptory order is avoided in many instances, to the great injury of the service, and of fair competition by public tender ; hence arises private purchases, and consequently lucrative prices, to &nbsp; the great benefit of some individuals. This, gentlemen, is frequently effected under a plea of " Forgetfulness in last tender," or "Urgen...
Omniana. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 May 1831
Omniana. &nbsp; &nbsp; IMPORTANT TO SETTLERS.—We are happy to perceive that a number of machines of the most ap- proved description, have been sent out by the home government, (we believe at the suggestion of the pre- sent Governor) for the benefit of the colonists, they are to be immediately opened for the inspection of the public at the Lumber-yard, who will be allowed to take patterns. We hope the colonists will avail them- selves of this opportunity to improve their mechani- cal and agricultural knowledge, and will appreciate the motives of the originators of this laudable action¡ They comprise thrashing machines, with smut, flour, and dressing mills attached, a variety of the most ap- proved drills ; hay making machines : ploughs of every description ; chaff and turnip cutters ; waggons and carts ; an excellent portable brewing machine, with a great variety of fanning implements of the latest construction, the whole amounting to about £500, Lord Nugent has publi...
TO THE EDITORS OF THE "SYDNEY HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 May 1831
TO THE EDITORS OF THE "SYDNEY HERALD,' &nbsp; "The vine, Hangs out her clusters glowing to the South, And scarcely wishes for a warmer sky,"—Thomson, Gentlemen,—I have been much gratified by the pe- rusal of a letter in your paper, signed "Bacchus" on the blight of the grape. It is a subject of much im- portance to the interests of this rising Colony, and as its inhabitants enjoy the benefit of British law, which condemns no one unheard, I venture to put in a claim for justice, and request you will permit me to plead "Not Guilty," through the medium of your columns, to the serious accusation lately preferred against me, in the pages of the "Sydney Gazette'' by Mr. Shepherd of the Darling Nursery ; although in truth, I am half afraid of attempting my defence at the bar of the "Sydney Herald," lest my alleged destructive influence should blight your infant publication, which, as Geof- frey Crayon says of the land of his birth, "Is full of youthful promise." However as I am gen...
Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 May 1831
Domestic Intelligence. The Government Colonial brig Governor Phil- lips arrived from Moreton Bay and Norfolk Island, on Monday last, bringing thirteen prisoners from the &nbsp; &nbsp; latter place, to take their trials on capital charges, &nbsp; and a guard ; she brings information that the settle- ment is obliged to be put upon short rations, in con- sequence of flour and other stores being nearly ex- pended ; rum and medicines are also used up. The settlement is in a quiet state. The Governor Phillips will be despatched with stores to their relief as soon as possible.—On Monday last, four prisoners were received into the Sydney gaol from Port Stephens &nbsp; to take their trials for robbery, and four from New- castle, as witnesses respecting the murder of the late Mr. John McIntyre ; and on Tuesday 56 men were for- &nbsp; warded from the gaol to Parramatta under military escort, to be distributed among various iron gangs.— On Monday night, b...
OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 May 1831
OUTWARDS. &nbsp; William, 12 tons, Kingsnorth, Illawarra, sun- &nbsp; dries ; Glatton, 15 tons, Pickett, Newcastle, ballast ; Australian, 12 tons, Wain, George Ri- ver, sundries ; Abeona, 23 tons, Weir, Newcas- tle, sundries ; Linnet, 10 tons, Barker, Brisbane Water, sundries ; Red Pole, 10 tons, Murray, Broken Bay, ballast ; Lambton, 62 tons, Cor- lette, Port Stephens, sundries ; Emma Kemp, 37 tons, Skelton, Newcastle, ballast ; Mermaid, 12 tons, Doors, Hawkesbury, sundries ; Admiral Gifford, 43 tons, Taggart, Newcastle, ballast ; Lord Liverpool, 70 tons, Taggart, Newcastle, sundries ; Mary Ann, 12 tons, Chrysty, Hawkes- bury, nothing in.
Coastwise from the 9th to the 16th Instant, inclusive, INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 May 1831
Coastwise from the 9th to the 16th In- stant, inclusive, INWARDS. Mermaid, 10 tons, Doors, Hawkesbury, sun- dries ; William, 17 tons, Steele, Illawarra, cedar ; Mary Anne, 12 tons, Chrysty, Hawkes- bury, sundries ; Jane, 23 tons, Shoobert, Illa- warra, cedar ; Maid of the Mill, Mossman, New- castle, sundries ; Bee, 14 tons, Friend, Illawarra, sundries ; Snapper, 42 tons, Smith, Newcastle, sundries ; Red Pole, 10 tons, Murray, Broken Bay, sundries.