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POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 6 February 1832
POLICE INCIDENTS. &nbsp; MONDAY, JAN 30.-Mary Hogan, a gay look- &nbsp; &nbsp; ing frigate, underwent a survey, having been dis- &nbsp; coveied the previous evening high and dry on &nbsp; the Race Course, stripped of her upper rigging, and grappling one of her men, a jolly son of Neptune, a la Cribb; when, after the requisite investigation, the Board decreed that she was not steet worthy for a season, and accordingly &nbsp; &nbsp; ordained her to be laid up in Gordon's docks for &nbsp; three months, there to be refitted. Henry O'Neil was charged with being so stul- tified, the night before, that he must have mistaken &nbsp; the head of a constable for a cobler's lap-stone, by the hammering he gave it ; and likewise with serving another knight of the baton in the same manner, who humanely interposed to save life. Henry declared that his inner temple had not been illuminated for the last twelve months, but the Ben...
FIGHT BETWEEN CHALKER & GALBY, FOR FIFTY POUNDS A-SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 6 February 1832
FIGHT BETWEEN CHALKER & GALBY, FOR FIFTY POUNDS ASIDE. This fight, which had been so much talked of by the amateurs of the ring, carne off on the 27th ultimo, in a paddock on the Paramatta road, about seven miles from Sydney. A staked ring of 20 feet had been pitched, and every other requisite preparation made. The weight of Chalker, the native, was 14 stone-that of Galby &nbsp; 13 stone. At nine o'clock Galby entered the ring and threw up his castor, and was greeted with loud cheering; Chalker shortly followed, and was loudly cheered by his countrymen, who mustered strongly upon the occasion. Both men had been in active training ; and, on stripping, appeared in good condition and fresh. Chalker was backed by Kable and Keyes, Galby by Rey- nolds and Nowland. Odds at setting-too were in favour of Chalker. Chalker's colour green, Galby's yellow. TH1Î FIGHT. Round I.-The men appeared shy of each other, and sparred for a few minutes ; Chajker made play, Galby stopped, an...
MARKETS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 13 February 1832
MARKETS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9. The supply this morning was most abundant, 4,400 bushels of wheat having been brought io, principally from the Hawkesbury and its vici- nity, which sold at from 3s. 9d. to 5s. 3d. per bushel. Maize was in demand at a rise. Bar- ley, oats, and rye, without alteration since our last. Dairy produce underwent but a slight va- riation. Vegetables were plentiful, of an ex- cellent quality, and at moderate prices. Fruit, ot tlie best quality exhibited this season, was in profusion and sold cheap. Butcher's meat still maintains its last week's advance. Horses not so saleable as they were last week. Wool still in demand. The pasturage in the interior is re- viving from the effects of the late devastating fires, and the cattle are revelling in plenty. There is every prospect of a tolerable maize crop.
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 13 February 1832
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. Stock on hand S8th Ult., B. P. rum, fi 1,311 gallons ; brandy, 25,(172 gallons; gin, 9,605 gallons; other spirits, ii,472*gallnns; tobacco, 80,413 pound». Received dunn,; the week, B. P. rum, 8,7Í0 gallons ; brandy, 1,322 «allon«. Delivered for home consumption, B. V. rum, 3,597 gallons; brandy, 099 gallons; gin, 430 gallons; oilier spirits, f>i gallons; tobacco, 4,465 pounds. Delivered fur exportation, B. P. rum, 7H4 gallons; brandy, 140 gallons; gin, 68 gallops; lubaccn, 864 pounds. Slock on hand 4th instant, B. P. rum, 63,680 gallons ; burndy, ÎG.1Î5 gallons ; gin, 0,107 gallons; other spi- rits; 5,462} gallons ; tobacco, 75,066 pounds. Feb 6, 1U3Ï.
OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 13 February 1832
OUTWARDS. WILLIAM, 12 tons. Sparkes, Illawarra, ballast. GENERAL BOURKE, 15 tons, Clavcll, Newcastle, ballast. ' BLR, 14 tons. Robinson, Illawarra, sundries. SOPHIA JANE, 13Û lons, Biddulph, Newcastle, sun. dries. FANNY, 23 tons, Baker, Illawarra, sundries, HOPE, «4 tons, Brown, Newcastle, ballast. REDPOLE, 8 lons, Murray, Broken Bay, ballast. SHAMROCK, Í9 tuns, Williams, Newcastle, ballast. LAMBION, 62 tons. Corlette, Port Stephens, sundries. MARY ANN, 8 lons, Welsh, Hawkesbury, sundries. MONITOR, «0 tons, Brown, Newcastle, ballast. SIR WILLIAm WALLACE, 14 tons, Barnett, New- castle, ballast. BEfàV, 14 lons, Meadows, Brisbane Water, ballast.
Coastwise from the 29th Ult. to the 6th Instant, inclusive. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 13 February 1832
Coastwise from the 20th VU. to the blh Instant, inclusive. INWARDS. SOPHIA JANE, 156 tons, Biddulph, NewoMtle, «an. dries. SHAMROCK, 29 tons, Williams, Newcastle, wool. LAMUTON, 02 lons, Corlette. Port Stephen»,sundries. BETSY,'14 lons, Mcaddows, Brisbane water, timber. HOPE. 24 tons, Biown, Newcastle, coals. SIR WILLIAM WALLACE, 14 lons, Barnett, New castle, coals. . RED POLE, 8 tons,Norris, Broken Bay,lime. MONITOR, 20 tons, Brown, Newcastle, coals.' Gl.ATTON, lo tons, Thompson, Newcastle, coats. ROVER, 14 tons. Dale, Newcastle, coals; DART, 21 ton», Mulliull, Port Macquarie, wool. MERMAID, 12 lons. Doors, Hawkesbury, wheat. NANCY, lo lons, Kcrbes, Hawkesbury; shingles. SARAH, lo lons, Lebas, Port Macquarie, ballast.
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 13 February 1832
PROJECTED J3EPARTUR£S. London-LOTUS, 397 tons, a. Bona agent, 13ilt of February. -SUKEY, 461 ton«, Lamb Ac Co. agents, 15th February. Kew Zealand-SPECULATOR, 41 tons, J. Learmonth agent, 7th instant. Soulli Seas-WILLIAM STOVELD, 180 ton», A. Moil man agent, 8lu instant.
Vessels entered outwards from the 29th Ult., to the 6th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 13 February 1832
Vessels entered outwards from the 29tA UU., to the Otk Instant, inclusive. Jan. 31.-AURIGA. 230 tons, Dawes, Gore, & Co« agents; for Hobart Town. Keb, 3.-PORCUPINE, 282 ton», R, Jones Se Co. agcuts; for New Zealand!
EXPORTS. Vessels Cleared from the 29th Ult. to the 6th Inst., inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 13 February 1832
EXPORTS. Vessels Cleared from theiQlh Ult. to the Qth Inst., inclusive. NIMROD, 235 tons, While master, for the South Seat, fishery states. ARGO, 170 lons, Billing master, for Hobin Town ; 29 birrels pork, 311 pipes wine, 3 cases cheese, 70 loads cedar. 22 horses, and Blores. NbW ZEALANOEIt, 140 tons, Rapsey master, for New Zealand, fishery stores. AURIGA, 210 lons, Chalmer!, master, for Hobart Town, sundry packages returned goods, 4 casks copper ware, 3 cases wool clothing machine, 51 liai reis pork, 13 beef, 1 cask metal ware, 1 case apparel. I case millinery, 0 cases 2 bales spices, 2 boxes fruit, 150 pieces cedar. Id horses, and stores. RESEARCH, 253 tons, Ogilvie master, for Hobart Town, 148 pieces cedar, 83 barrels pork, 2 bags con- taining bags, 2 horses, 133 sheep, and stores. . BRITANNIA, IQO lons, Ramsay masiei, lui Liverpool, 47f bales wool, Sfli) sailed hides, 100 planks blue gum, 12,215 tieeuails, l63 bundles whalebone, 3 casks teal «kins, 8 cases cuiiosiltes, and store...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 13 February 1832
WILSON THE ORNITHOROGUT.-We obierv«, with sorrow, an account of the death nnd burial of poor Wilson, somewhere in the state of Philadelphia, uven while the Edinburgh journals are anticipating his return ladçu with scientific treasures. We have now before us No. 1, of his illustrations of American Ornithology, on a reduced scale, to sort with Profes sor Jamison's edition-a pretty and attractive publi. cation. The coloured prints are extremely correct and well done. NEW BRIDGE AT DACCA.-An enteitainment was lately given at Dacca in consequence of the open ingof an iron suspension bridge, which has been lately erected over the Déliai Nulla adjoining the city. The bridge (s the first of Its kind which has been erected In the province of Bengal beyond the precincts of Calcutta It is a span of ISO feet. H was projected by the late judge ol the city, Mr. Henry Walters, and erected fiom thu contributions of the Euiopcan and n nive Inhabitants of the city. In ho. nour of the judge, it has be...
COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 29tk Ult. to the 6th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 13 February 1832
COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 29tk VU. to the Gth Ins taint, inclusive. Jan. SO.-BRILLIANT, (brig) 187 tons, Hopton master, fruin London, via Launceston, George Bunn agent; 32 bars, 852 holts iron, 2J bundles rod iron, 40 bun- dles hoops, 4 anchors, 6 chain cables, 4 redges, I crane, 3 ships healths, 4 pair ships screws, 13 bundles .spades, 3 bundles frying pnns, 12 bags, 8 kegs nails, S casks hardware, I cask ironmongery, 10,0110 states, C grindstones, 2 craies, 2 bundles blocks,Ceases cop- per (hcitlhuig, I bundle cupper rods, 1* kegs copper nails, 3d staves, 2 casks twine 5. kegs, 10 cans punit, .11) jurs paint oil, 2 cases muskets, S casks, 1 cuse glass, 4 bundles oakum, 2 cases k.iuces, 13 casks wine, A, G. Hopton ; I case appaiel, - Thrupp; 1 case bnoks, J. E. Carr; 21 casks beer, ICO battens, li) denis, 36 packages cordage, 4 boxes raisins, Order ; shipped at Launceston, 51 cask...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 13 February 1832
CaamUténtítí ¿9&lt;$a«4nunt. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, SYDNEY, IOth FEBRUARY, 1332. ABOUT 20 UEAMS of the best plain edge Foolscap Paper being required for this Department, persons desirous of supplying tile same, or any part theieof, wilL transmit their Tenders, accompanied hy samples, to lins Office, by 12 o'clock, on Diursday netl, the Kith instant, sealed and endorsed .. Tendee of Foolscap Paper."-The price pet ream to be suited. JAMES LAIDLEY, Dtp.Coin. Gen. SHERIFF'S SALES: In the Supreme Court. SHERIFF'S OFFICE, 10TH FEB. 1832. Hughes and another, v. Gilberthorpc. AT the Risk of the former Purchaser, on Thuisday the 16th instant, at One o'clock, lu Geoigc street, opposite Polack's Loudon Tavern, Sydney, the Shenff will cause to be sold, all the Right, Title, Interest and Estate of Defendant, in and lo all that Piece or Parcel of Land, flluuta lu the District of Mulgravc-pluce, nt the confluenc- of the Upper branch of the Hawkesbury, containing nbnnt OPJ Acres, moie or less...
LAW INTELLIGENCE SUPREME COURT. CROWN SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 13 February 1832
I LAW INTELLIGENCE j SUPREME COURT. CRO WN SÏDE. Monday, Feb. 6th. Before Judge Dowling and the usual Commission. Thomas Pendergast was indicted for a rape upon the person of Sarah Oaks, at Brisbane Wa- ter, on the 16th October. The prisoner was found guilty, and remanded for sentence. Thomas Woods, alias Carberry, and Edmund Scott were jointly indicted for a high way robbery I upon the person of Thomas Nattai, at Paramatta ' on the 8th December.-The prisoner Woods pleaded guilty stating that he did so to save the life of an innocent man. The other prisoner knew nothing of the matter. The learned Judge warned the prisoner that his plea would avail him nothing, the prisoner however still persisted in his plea, which having been lecorded, the Jury were charged with the prisoner Scott. The pri- soner was found guilty. Woods, alias Carberry was again indicted, for that he not having the fear of God before his eyes, but being moved and seduced by the instigation of the devil, did dischar...
Government Notice, Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, February 8, 1832. SALE OF LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 13 February 1832
Government Notice, Colonial SecicUrj's Ofllre, Sydney, February 8, 1832. SALE OF LAND. THE following Allotments of Land, measured for discharged noncommissioned ot ficer« and soldier«, mid small settlers, will be put up fnrsalc by the Collector of Internal Revenue, at the Police Office, Sydney, ni It! o'clock of Friday, the ninth dav of March next, under the conditions detailed in the Government Order of the 1st August, lilli. No 22, and the Government Notice of 7th De- cember, 1831. The lana will be pat tip at the price nf five shillings per acre, and the highest bidder of 111 it sum or up- ward» (if frc-5) will he declared the purchaser. Before lite bidding is accepted, the party will be required to pay down n deposit of 10 per cent, on the amount of the purchase money, and to sign nu engage- ment lo pny the nalance. within one calendar month, under penally of forfeiting both the deposit and Ihe land. But if the declared purchaser ben discharged nnn-cnmml««ioiicd officer or soldie...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 13 February 1832
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. AIUUVALS. From New Zealand, on Saturday, the 4th inst. the cutter Lord Liverpool. Lading, l8 tons flax. From Port Macquarie, the same day, the cut- ter Dart. From New Zealand, on Monday last, the schooner Admiral Gifford. From Cork, on Thursday last, whence she sailed the loth of October, the barque Norfolk, Captain Henniker, with 199 male prisoners, 4 having died on the voyage. Surgeon Superin- tendent, W. Clifford, Esq. The guard consists of 29 non-commissioned officers and privates, ac- companied by Lieutenant Lardy, 4th Regiment. Passenger, Mrs. Henniker. From Newcastle, same day, the steamer Sophia Jan?, From the whaling grounds, on Saturday, the ship Harmony. It is reported she was obliged to como into port in consequence of the refusal of the crew to prosecute their duties, she having sixteen months' provisions on board, and only 100 tuns of oil. DEPAUTURLS. For the sperm fishery, on Thursday, 2d inst., the barque Nimrod. For Port Stephens, on Sunday we...
Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 13 February 1832
Weekly Meteorological Table. The WEATHER, and Variation« of the TI1EIUIOMF. TF.H, dining the past Week, in ¡sydney, at 6 in Hie nior^' OK, «l "non, and at 6 »'Clock in the evening. Mon. 1 Tues. 6 it. m ¡6 a. m Cloudy Cloudy fO 7 0 SE Calm Wed. riuir,. fi a. m IO a. m Sultry' Rainy 72 NW i SE 12 noon lennon Windy Sultry 72 80 EóE KKC 12 noon Windy 80 6 p. m.6 p. m, C"&lt;>) fine 74 76 NE I KB 6 p. in Sultry 72 ENE idas S a. in Pine 7« Calm 12 non tCiiny 70 bli 8 p. m Rainy S3W 6 p. ni. Sultry ESC Sat. a. ni Fine 71 JW G a. m. Sultry 72 NW IS tiooi Fine tB0 fi p. m Fine ENE 6 p. in, Fine 78 NE Mean Temperature, 7-».
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 13 February 1832
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. 1 SUN I High lide Fthru try_Lntendtr_| i Urx | tell | morn | even lil M r Ki vnlii inn, KUI« | 3 i > | li 17 I 1 U | J ¿.I 111 I | Valentine | S gilIO W j n |g j li 4h IS I W j Mr J 1 Million o' 1 ,j)n I 5 25 pS 15 | 7 M j 7 4Ç lit | I | P Mel inclitnn ti IIC7 | *> 8(1 I b 14 I R lo I B Ifi J- | I- j Mich A nein ti lVÎTi s J7 I ti U | M 50 I U lu 18 | S | Mamu I min r rf 1540 I .> 28 I fi 12 | I) 10 | 0 V> 19 I S ) Sexut,esiinu Suiidu) . | 5 29 | Ö 31 j 10 5 j IO 25 I uli Moon Ißih da), 2s minutes past I afternoon
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 6th February, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 13 February 1832
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, nth February, lass. HIS Excellency the Governor has been pleaded to direct the publication of the gene- ral objects of the following Bill, now under the cosideritl-ni of the Legislative Council. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAY. r " A Bill for the better Regulation nnd Government of Seamen In the M ej chant Service, in the Co. lony of New South Wales, and for Protection of Masters of Vessels from vexatious suit« tn the said Colony ; aid to prevent Masters of Vessels clandestinely taking any persons from the said Colony." It is proposed, in consequence of the difficulty, de- lays, and expense arising to masters nnd owners nf ini-rchnnl ships touching at Port lack «nu, from the ab- sconding and improper conduct of «eamen to make the following provisions for Hie prevention of suoh ii regu- latives. .Masters of vessels not to proceed on any voyage from this Colony without entering into an agreement, in writing, with" t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 13 February 1832
. Publia Notice« Coloiiiiil Secretary's OlOce, Sydrtey, T4lh February, 1838 HE Ticket of Leave granted to the following person has been cancelled for the reason set against Ins name. Henry Porcher, Patrick Mullen-stealing-. By Command of His Excellency the Governor, ALEXANDER »I'LEAY.
HIDES. To the Editors of the Sydney Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 13 February 1832
HIDES. To the Editors of the Sydney Herald. GEVl'LEMEN,--I feel de-irnu« through your co lannis, to inform graaieis and other«, that hides, (winch hove of late funned the most vuluahle portion ol the bullock), miy be much enhanced in value hy branding them in the neck, in lieu of the hinder p.i't of the beast. The brand« ure generully very large, and as oficn as eulie chance owners, so they become marked afiesh, thus destroying the most valuable parts ot the hide willi brands. As hides constitute one of the articles of exportation to the Mother Country, surely the breeders of cattle will take the hint, mid add to the value of their property, and consequently to the prosperity of Aus Irnliii. There Is also, Gentlemen, another way by which tin« commodity is deteriorated, namely, in flaying the animil the butchers cut the hide so much thal many of them arc rendered coiniilotelv useless to the tanner. II these suggestion« should he deemed Worth a place in your paper, you will oblige by ...