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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Officer Sydney, 9th February, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 13 February 1832
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Oflîcr, Sydney, gili February, IB3Í. A DU A Y and a CAUT being required for the Tubllc Service, persons disposed to fmnlsh the same, are requested to transmit their offers to this Office, by twelve o'clock on Thurs- day the Killi day of this month, endorsed "Tender for Dray." Particulars of the articles required, may bo »seer I taincd »t the Sj|ii\e>or General s Office. I By Command of His Excellency the Governor, I ALEXANDER M'LEAY. |
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending 11th February. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 13 February 1832
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending nth February. £ ». rf. .Wheat, best N. S. Wales .... O 5 3 p. bus.of GOlbs. Do. second quality, do. 0 4 2 ditto dillji Do. third do. do. 0 3 4 ditto ditto Barley, best ditto.0 3 1 ditto of 901b». Maize, best ditto..0 5 4 do. measnreiut. Colonial Tobacco, best.0 2 3 per lb. Ditto, second quality. 0 17 ditto Potatoes, N. S. Wale». 4 0 0 perlón Butler, best salt.5 12 0 per out. Cheese, good. 2 10 0 dill» Potk, salt. I 14 10 ditto. liacoii.2 1 10 ditto Ham,. 3 0 8 ditto W. C. PUDDBFOOT, Commutlon Agent George-itrett.
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 13 February 1832
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. Ale, Eng-Hhd.g/. alO/.Oj do. doz. IIJUIOJ Colonial-III,d. CO A 80 do. diu. 0 a 8 Beer, Eng. - Hhd.U*. nlO/ do. gal. MsalV Colonial-Ilhd. V' _ ti do. gal. 2 a 0 Biscuit,....pcrcwt. 17 a 20 Blankils, Col.p.pr. lo a 30 Blue.|b. 2 a 00 Biead,2lh.|oal,Jd a Osl'd Butter, fresh....!« 6 ii 1 io salt.o Ila I o Candles.Mlds.lb.l o a 0 00 Dips "Olino 00 Cattle- Bullocksea. V a bl Woiking do. M a "¡I Cows,.. . ,, 30 a 40 do. in Milk ,, 40 a fio Calves,...,,, Gas Sheep." B a 10 Pigs,. 7 n 10 do. roasting, 4 a 00 Cheese, Eng.lb. 2« Id a Osod Col. "07 u o 0 Cloth.Parramaitu per yard.1 8 a 0 0 Do. Binad do. 3 4 a 0 0 Coffeegrnil. lb. I 6 a 0 o Eggs, per doz. 0 10 a I 0 riax.NewZea. ton, [6/ n l8 Flour, 1001 bs. line 2nds Barker.ISsOd-n«0il Longford, ..1» G -12 0 Dixon,.13 0-IÎ 0 Girard, ,...H 0 -12 0 Vickers, ....15 0-13 0 Hall.IS 0 -II 0 Gordon, ...,1a 0 - li 0 Trull, Oranges p. dz. I 6 a 2 0 Lemon«,...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 13 February 1832
BIRTHS.—At Sydney, on Monday last, the lady of the &nbsp; Rev. J. Vincent, of a son. On Saturday week, Mrs. Erskine, wife of the Rev. George Erskine, Wesleyan Minister, of a daughter. On Saturday week, Mrs. James Lowry Jackson, of a daughter. MARRIED.—On Tuesday last, the 7th instant, by spe- &nbsp; cial license, at the Church of St. James, Sydney, by the Rev. Richard Hill, Lieut. Bedwell, R. N., to Susanna Matilda, second daughter of the late Lieut. Ward, of the 1st Regiment or Royals, and niece to the late General Hawkshaw, of the H. E. I. C. Service. Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS, AND FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES (Sole Proprietors.) No. 5, KING STREET, SYDNEY NEW SOUTH WALES.
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13th, 1832. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 13 February 1832
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13th, 1832. j "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." PEHIIAPS no act of any Governor has been received with more pleasure, than that which, by a recent regulation of General Bourke, gives publicity to a part of the proceedings of our Colonial Coun- cil, hitherto enveloped in mystery ; and which, though perhaps unimpeachable, . were less known to those who live in Sydney than to those who dwell in ano- . ther hemisphere. The act itself is wise, politic, and generous-shows a manliness in public matters, from which a ridiculous sensitiveness, or an ill-grounded fear, are totally removed-and gives a presage of still higher and more important conces- sions, when circumstances permit, of which we could only in former 3'ears regret the absence, but could never before hope to be greeted by their application. The sponta- neous act proves, that we may safely trust the propriety of the period of further con- cessions, to one who has made so judicious a choic...
LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. (From Papers to the 13th of October.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 13 February 1832
LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. j (From Papers to the IZth of October.) We are enabled, through thekindness of a gentleman, to lay before our readers the following interesting and important news, extracted from the Courier of the 11th of October, and the Cork Southern Reporter of the 13th, being the latest papers in the Colony.-Also extracts from our regular files to the latter, end of September. Tini: REFORM BILL.- On Friday, October 7, the Reform Bill was brought before the House of Lords, and, after considerable discussion, was thrown out by a majority of 41, there being for the Bill 158, against it 199. The third reading of the Reform Bill in the House of Commons took place on the 2'Jth of September, when there were declared For the Bill - - - 113 Against it - - - 58 Majority in favour of Ministers 65 The Scotch Reform Bill was rcadc a second time on the 23id September. Tor the stennd reading, .. .. 209 Against it. b4 Majority, 115 Riots of a serious aspect had commenced in several populou...
VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. MONDAY, 6TH FEBRUARY, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 13 February 1832
VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. MONDAY, OTU FEBRUARY, 1932. Council met pursuant to adjournment, and His Excellency the Governor took the chair. 1. Fines in Sterling Money Bill, read a second time ; ordered to be read a third time on Fiiday next. ¡ 2. Estimates for the year 1832, fuitlier con ! sidcration in Committee. Resolved-That a sum not exceeding 5,765/. be appro priated to defray the expense of the establishment of the Supieme Courland La* Ofhcers foi the year 11)32, exclusive of the salaries of the Judges. Resolved-fhat a sum not exceeding 2,lil I, be appro- priated lo defray the expense of the Court of Re* quests for the sear 1833. Resolved-That a sum not exceeding 690i.be appro- priated to defray the expense of the Court of Quur ( ter Sessions for the year IBS«. | R -solved-That a sum not exceeding 8,0202. 6s. Gd. be , appinprialcd to defray the expense of the depart I ment of the Sheriff for the y ear 183«. Resolved-That a sum not exceeding 6601. be appr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 13 February 1832
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. "J [Sydney, 6s. per Quarter.-Single Numbers, Id. J s Counti-i/,(postage included)6s. 3d. per Quarter. J ? n . "ij,. ' TERMS OF ADVERTISEMENTS. ( For Eight Lines and under, 2s. (i&lt;/., and \d. each, far all abore ; for every insertion. FOR :LONDON DIBECT TO SAIL POSITIVELY ON OR BEFORE THE 20th PROXIMO. THE well-known Fast Sailing Ship, SUIIRV, 461 tons register, CHARLES KEMI*, Commander. Tins »ihip having taken on board the greater part »f lier cargo, lins only room for louse Hides and Wool. Her accommodations are excellent, and she »will carry an experienced Surgeon. For Freight or Pawge, apply to" Lamb, Buohapan, & Co. Castlereagh-street, J * Jan X*, 1832.- J ' ?. I ;-., I_, ,, r^l . - For Liverpool Direct. THE very fast sailing, first class brig, BRENDA, 255 tons, is soon expected from Hobart Town, with a good portion uf her return caigo on board, an&lt;l as Mie it under engagement losnil shortly after her arrival, intending pa^sen...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 13 February 1832
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. The ball and supper, intended to have been given by Mr. Naylor, on Monday night, at the Cherry Gardens, was necessarily postponed till a future day, by the unwelcome appearance of a police party, the host not appearing to have ob- tained liberty for such an entertainment. On Saturday night, a party, consisting of forty-five, were despatched from Sydney to the different interior iron gangs; and two of them, by slipping their handcuffs, endeavoured to es- cape, but were happily prevented by the vigi- lance of the military who escorted them. The latest accounts from New Zealand repre- sent that island to be in a quiet state, the wars between the different tribes having subsided. The flax trade is becoming more brisk, there having been a very good season for the produce of that article. Muskets and ammunition are still in great demand amongst the natives, which gives a still greater energy to the cordial inter- course. On Sunday night two bushrangers were cap- tur...
POUCE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 13 February 1832
POLICE INCIDENTS. MONDAY, FEB. 6.-Billy Max, accustomed to take nightly visions, and calling himself a moon- raker, was found guilty of not taking the sun in due time, and was accordingly ordered to inhabit the regions of darkness for a time. Mrs. Mary Ann Allen, a lady whose honesty to her bed was disputed, was brought up; and being weighed in the scales, was found wanting, wherefore she was recommended, the town not agreeing with her constitution, to take a month's airing at " my mother's," in the interior, where every attention would be paid to her delicate frame. Joseph Abrahams, being a slippery gentleman, but not able to slide over glass, was, in default thereof, sent three days to a cell. TUESDAY, FEB. 7.-Thomas Loftus, who hoped, at one time, to spend a comfortable day with " the lass that he lov'd best," was unfortunately, despoiled of his adventure, by the intrusion of some uncalled for guests; who, not happening to have the same ideas of conviviality, thought proper to co...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 13 February 1832
npHE advantages of ADVERTISING IN THE Must be evident to the Public, when they »re infoimed that, it bus nearly (1100) E leven Hundred Subscribers ' WHICH is Considerably more than any other SYDNEY JOURNAL:: FOUND; AT PORT STEPHENS; AN ANCHOR.-Whoever may li ave lost the same can have it returned, by applying to W,W. LAW, at his Majesty's Dock yard ; but If not claimed Within 14 days from this dale, the same will then be sold to defray expences. February 11,1832. © CD &lt;ù OS 3« JU§T IMPORTED, and on Sale at the'Australian Stationery Warehouse, the following WORKS, of the latest Editions. Hume and Smollett's History of England, Miller's Reign of George III., Gillies'History of Oieece, Fer- guson's History of the Koonin Republic, Gibbon's De- cline und Fall of the Roman Empire, Ilobcrtsnn's His loi leal Works, llussi-ll's History of Modern Europe, Itollin's Ancient History, Shakespeare, British Drama Spectator, Taller, Guardian, Humbler, Idler, Minor Lounger, 0b>er»er# Ad...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 13 February 1832
Public Notice -000- Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, February 4, 1832. THE undermentioned Persons have obtained Certificates of Freedom du- ring the last week, viz. Ann mid Amelia, James Keenan Catherine, Mary Eiiçlhh -, Champion, John Smith ' F.iittl ind, Charles Cronk Florciitia I, George Henty Kirby ltenr\ Porcher, John Cassidy Ditto', Charles Murphy llomzhley 1, Patrick Shaiighneiiy Isabella I.'Stephen Clifton Ditto, William Nicholls Lonach, James Darazh Lord Melville I, Christian Young »lias Ewine Mangles 4, James Brady Ditto, John Foy Ditto, Michael Raffet ty Mariner -2, Hannah Mxttin or Jennlnn Ditlo, Mary Ryan Or Drake Marquis of Hasting« 1, Itnbrrt Claxton Marquis of Ha«tiitg« a. Tiloma« Briant Midas I, Amt Wime Dill», Mary Walker, D'Un, Marv. the wife of John Dale Morley 1, John Heaili Ditto, I'hnmns Spicer Ditto, William Ward alu« M'Ward Nnilolk 1, Chailc« Loveday Ditto, John Snell Ditto, John Webb Dllt«, John Monk Royal Admiral S, John Fortines« Sesnstrls, Joseph Ben...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editors of the Sydney Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 13 February 1832
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editors of the Sydney Herald. GENTLEMEN, In reading the report of the Governor's An- nual Conference with the Natives, in the Ga- zette of the 12th instant, a stranger would be led to attach an importance, in these periodical &nbsp; meetings, which they unfortunately do not de- serve, or at least have not hitherto merited by producing any efficient measures for improve- ment, either in the moral or physical condition of these people ; and although there are, perhaps, few subjects of enquiry, connected with the Co- lony, so interesting to the philanthropist as the state of the black natives, yet it is one on which there prevails a wonderful and deplorable de- gree of apathy and ignorance. It is to be hoped, however, nay, I would say, it is expected, from the liberal feeling, intelli- gence, and sound judgment of our present Ruler, that this subject will not be overlooked, but that some measures will be adopted by the Govern- ment likely to prod...
Official Documents published by Government during the past Week, and copied verbatim from the Gazette. Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, February 2, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 13 February 1832
Official Documents published by Govern- ment during the past Week, and copied verbatim from the Gazette. Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, February 2, 1832. HIS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to approve of the appointment of James Devlin, Settler, Kissing Point,to be &nbsp; Pound keeper in that district. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAY.
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 20 February 1832
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. Stock on hand lill instant, B. p. rum, G5.680 Rations; blandy, 20,115 gallon» ; gin, 'J. 107 gallons ; other »pi nts, 5,^(324 gallons ; tobacco, 75 006 pounds. Received duiing the week, B. P. ruin, nil gallon« ; brandy, 108 gallon», gin, ntl gallons; other spirit», ntl gallons, tobacco, ntl pounds. , Delivered for home consumption, B. V. rum, 9,140 gallons; brandy., 333 gallon»; gin, 145 gallons; other »pints, ntl gallons ; tobacco, 3,66,1 pounds. Delivered for exportation, B. P. rum, 115 gnllont ; brandy, nil gallons; gin, 30 gallons; other »plritt, ntl gallons; tobacco, 1,916 pounds. black an hand 11th inst,, 11. p. rum, 62,425 gallons ; brandy. 25,o31 gallon»; gin, 8,932 gallon« ; other .piritt, £,462} gallons ; tobáceo, 69,587 pounds. Feb. 13, 11)32.
OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 20 February 1832
OUTWARDS. HARLEQUIN. 71 tons. Hayes, Newcastle, ballast. SOPHIA JANE, 156 tons, Biddulph, Newcastle, sun- dries, EDWARD. 10 tons, Beckford, Hawkesbury, ballast. GLATTON, 16 tons, Thompson, Newcastle, ballast. SALLY, 17 tons, Brown, Illawarra, ballant. EXPERIMENT, 05 tons, Hill, Shoalhaven, sundries. I BRISBANB, l8 tons, Marnspy, Nulla Dolla, sundries. DART, 21 tons, Hawthorn, Port Macquarie, sundries. JANE. 24 tuns, Stinnbert, Illawarra, ballast. ALICE,20 tons, Wilson, Illawarra, ballan. ROVER, 11 tons. Dale, Newcastle, ballast. BEE, 14 tons, Robertson, Illawarra, sundries. MERMAID, 12 tons, Doors, Hawkesbury, sundries. COURIER, 184 tons, Mugridge, Newcastle, ballast. FANNY. 21 tons. Baker, Illawarra, ballast. SHAMROCK, 29 ton«, Williams, Newcastle, sundries. MAUY ANN, II tons, Sweeny, Illawarra, ballast.
Coastwise from the 6th to the 13th Instant, inclusive. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 20 February 1832
Coastwise from the Oth to the 13IA Instant, inclusive. INWARDS. JANE, 24 toni, Shoobert, Illawarra, cedar. SALLY, 17 tons, Brown, Illawarra, cedar. ALICE. 20 tons. Wilson, Illawarra, cedar. FANNY, S3 tons. Baker, Illawarra, cedar. MAITLAND, 40, tons, Nickells, Newcastle, sundries. SHAMROCK, Sg tons, Williams, Newcastle, coals. PANDORA, tons, Brown, Newcastle, sundries. MARY ANN, 14 tons, Cleet. Illawarra, cedar. MONITOR, «0 tons. Brown, Newcastle, coals. SOPHIA JANE, 156 tons, Biddulph, Newcastle, san dries.
Vessels entered outwards from the 6th to the 13th instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 20 February 1832
Vessels entered outwards from the 6th to the 13&lt;A instant, inclusive. February 0.-CAROLING, 300 tons, Dawes, Gore Äs Co., agents. Launceston. - 7--NEREUS, 125 ton», P. II. Itapsey agent, Launceston. , -----9.-LEDA, 188 toni, Lamb and Co. agents, I Mauritius. In ... 10.-BEE, M5 tons, Oorg* Bunn «gtut, Jiew Zealand. --.-IO--CAROLINE, 08 . tons, George Bunn agent, New Zealand.
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20th, 1832. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 20 February 1832
Tlie Sydney Herald. MONDAY, FRBKUAIIY 20th, 1832. -4t> "Sworn lo no Master, of no Sect am I." WE have been at considerable pains, as our readers will perceive, in furnishing the names of those Ships which were about to sail front England to these Colonies. The names will be found in another part of our Paper, from which it will be seen that our Commercial Interests arc on the increase, and that considerable quantities of Mer- chandize may be daily expected. Were it possible to turn the tide of Emigration to these shores, wc might very soon flourish beyond all precedent. But while the land of which emigrants are in search of, is withheld, except at a ruinous price, we .can scarcely hope to see many arrive at their own charges. Every arrival of an emigrant isa source of profit, and becomes, to use a common phrase, a Joint Stock upon whom our mechanics and artisans, for a time at least, may draw for clothing, furniture ¿te, to a considerable yearly amount. The poor- est man that rea...