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PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 20 February 1832
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. Ale, Eng- Hhd. 9/. alO/.Oi du. doz. 14'iil5> Colonial-Hhd. 00 a 8» du. dun. 6 a 8 Beer, Eng. -llhd.O/. nlO¿. do. gal. 1-IÍUISJ Colonial-Hhd. 4* z ii do. gal. 2 a 0.' Biscuit.percwt.17 a 20 Blankets, Col. p. pr. 10 a SO Blue,.Ib. 3 a 00 Bieiid,2lr>.lonf,3ri a 0s.1|il Butter, fresh....Is 6 ii 1 lo salt.o lia 1 O Candl(s,Mlds.lb.I O a 0 00 Dips....O 8 a O 00 Cattle- Bullocksea. 31 n SI Working do. 4/ a "¡I Cows,.. . ,, 30 a 40 (la.in Milk " 40 a 6U Calves,....,, 6 a 8 Sheep." 8 a 10 Pigs,., 7 a 10 do. roasting, 4 a Ql> Cheese, Eng.Ib.2* 3d a Osud Col. "07 a 0 D Cloth,Fairatiiulla per yard,.... 1 8 a 0 0 Do. Bioad do. 3 4 a 0 O Coffeegrnd. Ib. 1 6 a O 0 Eggs, per doz. O 10 a I 0 Flax.NewZea, ton, 16/ a 18i Flour, lOOlbs. fine 2uds Barker.I5s0d-I-IKOH Longford, ..1» 6 -12 O Dixon,.15 O -12 0 Girard, ....14 0 -12 0 Vickers, ....15 0 -13 0 Hall.150 -13 0 Gordon, ....15 O -13 0 Fruit,...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 20 February 1832
BIRTH.—On Tuesday last, at Parramatta, the Lady of N. Liscomb Kentish, Esq. of a daughter. &nbsp; MARRIED.—On Thursday the 9th instant, by the Rev. Dr. Lang, Minister of the Scots Congrega- tion, Sydney, Mr. William Gunn, house carpenter, son of Mr. William Gunn, of Wick, Scotland, to Miss Current, only daughter of Mrs. Current. On the 12th instant, by special license, at Heber Chapel, by the Rev. Thomas Hassall. John Wild, jun. Esq. of Vandervllle, to Miss Gaudry, of Mac- quarie Grove. &nbsp; &nbsp; DIED.—On Wednesday, Mr. Norton, second of- ficer of the ship Strathfieldsay. He was followed to the grave on Thursday by a numerous assemblage of officers belonging to the vessels in harbour, the co- lours being hoisted half mast. Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS, AND FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES (Sole Proprietors.) No. 5, KING STREET, SYDNEY NEW SOUTH WALES.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 20 February 1832
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. , Front England, on Monday last, whence she sailed the lGtlt of October, the ship Asia, Capt. Stead, with 200 male prisoners. From New Zealand, on the same day, the schooner Currency ¡¿ass. From Moreton Bay, on Tuesday last, the brig Governor Phillip. She has brought up 13 of the crew of the Madeira Packet, wrecked on the Brampton Shoals; also the crew of the schooner Caledonia, seized and carried off by a party of the prisoners at Moreton Bay. From the sperm fishery, on Wednesday, the brig Lord Rodney, Captain Blaxland, with 110 tuns of sperm oil. ' ""*' From Newcastle, on Wednesday last, the steamer Sophia June. From the South Sea fisliery, on Friday, the barquo Mary Jane, Captain Banks, with 120 tuns sperm oil. She left this port the 25th January, 1331. DEPARTURES. For the sperm fishery, on Friday week, the brig William Stoveld. For Newcastle, Saturday week, the schooner Harlequin. For New Zealand, on Monday, the schooner Caroline. For Newcastle, ...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 20 February 1832
&nbsp; On Friday last the Members of the Agricultural Society dined together at Walker's Inn Paramatta, Sir John Jamison in the Chair. His Excellency the Governor honored the Society with his presence, and expressed much satisfaction in patronising agri- cultural pursuits, and advancing the welfare of the community generally. .Some new Members were added and other business transacted. A sumptuous dinner was provided, and the Meeting went off with great eclat. .CAPTURE OF THE CALEDONIA SCHOONER, BY CONVICTS AT MORETON BAY.-About six weeks since the Caledonia, Captain Browning, on her passage to Torres'Straits to collect the Wreck of the America, put into Moreton Bay, bringing up outside the Sand Bar, although cautioned by the pilot that the place was improper, regular an- chorage having been provided by Government, and under protection of the military. These representations bad no effect, and she completed her water. During the night the vessel was boarded by one of the boats...
POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 20 February 1832
POLICE INCIDENTS. MONDAY.-Charlotte Swivel, for being in an elegant resort, discussing a deviled kidney, and a glass of gin twist, was consigned to the " mu- tiler of the mai ds" for one month. ' Charles Thompson, to whose matted locks a comb appeared to be a stranger, was charged witli promenading the Race Course with a dash- ing Cyprian, " Softly sweet in Indian measure Soon he soothed her soul to pleusure" when one of the guardians of the peace, consi- dering he might take cold by strolling in the air at such late hours, provided him with a lodging for the night. The Bench ordered him seven days on the mill. On leaving the bar, " Adieu," he cried, and shook his mutton fist. Henry Smith, with a fine gingerbread com- plexion, was - politely handed to the bar on a charge of not knowing whether his head or his heels were, most proper to walk upon, he there- fore laid himself horizontally in the gutter. Two hours lounge wiped out the offence. William Flannigan, assigned servant to the...
LAW INTELLIGENCE SUPREME COURT, CROWN SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 20 February 1832
LAW INTELLIGENCE SUPREME COURT. CROWN SIDE. MONDAY.—Before Judge Dowling and the usual Commission, William Cains was indicted for receiving, well knowing to have been before feloniously stolen, by Thomas Cannon, two bars of iron, the pro- perty of Robert Pringle, at Maitland, on the 12th September last. The second count laid the property as belonging to James Walker. The Jury not being able to agree, the prisoner entered into his own personal security to the amount of £500, to appear when called upon, and was dis- charged. Dr. Wardell and Mr. Therry defended the prisoner. James Briggs was indicted for the manslaugh- ter of Henry Mylan, at Maitland, on the 25th December. There was no proof against the pri- soner, and he was acquitted and discharged. Mr. Therry defended the prisoner. Stephen Smith and Thomas Fuller were jointly indicted for breaking and entering the warehouse of Robert Brown, and stealing therein sundry &nbsp; property belonging to the said Robert Brown, at Sy...
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 February 1832
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices* Ale,Eng.-Hlid.9/. alo/.Oi do. doz. MÍ a 15i Colonial-Hlid. GO a 81) do. doz. 6 a B Beer, Kng. -Hlid.yr. nioi do. gal. Níal5í Colonial-Hhd. 4.1 a. ii do. gal. 2 a 0. Biscuit,....percwt. 17 a 20 Blankets, Col.p.pr. 16 a 30 Blue,.Ib. 2 a 00 Bread,21b. loaf,3d a OsSld Buller, fresh....Is 6 a 1 10 tait.o lia 1 0 Candies, M Ids.lb.l 0 u O 00 Dips...O 8 a O 00 Cattle- Bullocks ea. 3/ a 5/ Working do. At a "¡I Cows,.. . " 30 a 40 do.in Milk " 40 a 60 Calves,...,,, 6 a 8 Sheep." 8 a IO Pigs,." 7 a lo rio. roasting, 4 a 00 Cheese, Eng.lb.2nsda Osod ", . "Col. "07 a 0 9 Cloth,Parramatta per yard.1 B a 0 0 Do. Broad do. 3 4 a 0 0 Coffee grnd. lb. 1 6 a 0 0 Eggs, per doz. 0 1 a 1 S I'lux.NewZeii. ton, 16/ a 18/ Flour, lOolbs. fine 2nds Barker, ....I5s0d-13sOd Longford, ..1J 6-12 0 Dixon,.IS d -12 0 Girard, ....14 0 -12 0 Vickers, ....15 0-13 0 Hal).ISO -13 0 Gordon, ....IS 0-13 0 Fruit, Oranges p. ...
MARKETS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 February 1832
MARKETS. TiiunsDAY, FEBRUARY 23. A plentiful supply was exhibited this morning of the host description of produce, which sold well. 3000 buîhels of Wheat were bought at from 4s. 6d. to 5s. Gd. per bushel. In Maize, a slight re- duction has taken place, but other grain without alteration. Potatoes were a shade lower; other Vegetables firm, at our late quotations. Fruit in large quantities at moderate prices. Soap and Candles without alteration. A slight fall has taken place in Cattle and Butcher's Meat. Horses are still dull of Sale. Dairy Produce firm, and met a good sale. Wool produces good prices, if fit for the London Market.
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, February 20, 1832. TO LIME-BURNERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 February 1832
Crovernme-l Notice Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, February SO,1832. TO LIME-BURNERS. TO be Let by Public Auction, at the Police Office, Sydney, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon of Tuesday next, the 28th of Feb. a Lease for one year, from the first day of March next (1832) of Two Pieces or Parcels of Land, belonging io Government, presently occupied for burning lime, by Messrs. II, M'Keon, Charles Parfitt, and Thomas Crouch Wait. Farther particular! may be obtained by applying at the Office of the Collector of Internal Hevenue By Command of His Excellency the Governor, ALEXANDER M'LEAY.
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending 25th February. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 February 1832
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Price* of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending 2Slh February. S t. d. Wheat, best N. S. Wales .... 0 6 6 p. bos.of GOlbs. Do. second quality, do.0 4 4 ditto ditto Du. third do. do.-.. 0 3 6 ditto ditto Barley, best ditto.O 3 6 ditto of fSOIbs. Maize, bett ditto......0 ft 0 do. measiireiiit. Colonial Tobacco, best.0 2 -1 per lb. Ditto, second quality.0 1 0 ditto potatoes, N. S. Wales.* 1 6 perlón Butter, best sall..».. 4 17 8 per cwl. Cheese, good. S li 4 ditto Pork, salt. 1 14 10 ditto. Bacon,.2 110 ditto Ham,. S 0 8 ditto W. C. PUDDEFOOT, Commuiion Agent Otorft-itrttt.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 February 1832
I IMPOUNDING ADVERTISEKCEJVTS. IMPOUNDED, at the District P oin«! Emu Terry, Penrith, Hie following Callie:-_ 1 Black Bullock, branded UA. I Red bullock, branded oil the OUT hip and thigh Rlt and I'M. 1 Black heifer, white back and belly, branded CW. 1 Red bullock, while back and belly, brand no1 le- gible. PT I Yellow "bullock, branded P PT, 1 Yellow bullock, white hack and belly, branded on the near hip R off hip, AC. I Black heifer, white back and belly, branded on the near Hugh 8 W. I Black bullock, branded o-i the off hip F. 1 Black speckled bullock, white baek and belly, braudid on the near hip AC. I Red cow, white back and bell)-, branded on the near thigh Oil, off hip, TC, with a calf. 1 Dark brindle cow, branded on Hie off hip R. 1 Yellow bullock, branded on Hie near hip If, off shoulder, KL. 1 While cow, brindle sides, brand not legible. 1 Strawberry cow, branded JS, with a calf. 1 Black bullock, white back, branded on the oil Hugh IB, off hip, RF. If not released in 21 da...
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 February 1832
DIARY. Memoranda Jar the present Week. Fth'lHiry, SON I lligli-lhie rttM | lett | morn | tvtn £7 | ,>i ( Ur./Irtiiilliiint (l. 17O | 6 ,'J7 | li 21 | 4 10 | ?> 8 gq'l f I O. iluelitiii.nl, lAbK .. I à 1HJ HW| o -til I o II 291 W I . I 5 .Kjlfj ;i I 6 lb I 7 2t> AfnrcA. I' I Uavul.It! .10 I (I «I I T *l I S » F I S. liesiur il. I7H8.... I 3 40 I fi W | H li I B 35 h j » I ?.irtV.D.iveimiit b.lOIIII I 5 ?» | B 19 I a ,10 | Hil 4 I S I O'liiniiiiigesiiua Sun... | a 48 | « l8 | y 1¿ | 9 if New moon. Id day, 19 minute« past 1 in the morning.
VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. MONDAY, 20TH FEBRUARY, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 February 1832
VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. ( . MONDAY, 20T1I FEBRUARY, 1832. ? 1. Council met pnrsnant.to adjournment.-His , Excellency the Governor laid' upon the table, " A Bill to continue for two years, an Act of the Governor, with the advice of the Legislntive / ~ Council, jïassed in the eleventh year of "the reign of hi» late .Majesty, intituled ' An ,Act to sup- press R'tfbbery and Housebreaking, and the har- bouring of Robbersand Housebreakers.'"-Bill rrad a first time ; ordered to be read a second time on Wednesday next. 2. His Excellency the Govarnor laid upon the table, " A Bill to establish a Savings' Bank in New South Wales, and to provide for the ma- nagement thereof, and for the security of de- posits therein." Bill read a first time ; ordered to be printed, and lead a second time on Friday next. 3. Dog Bill ; lead a second time ; ordered to be read a third time on Wednesday the 29th inst. 4. Toll lull ; ordered to be read a second time to-morrow. 5. The Counci...
SELECT POETRY. (THE FREED BIRD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 February 1832
SELECT POETRY. (THE FREED BIRD.) BY MBS. 1IEMANS. I Swifter far than summer's fllnht, Swifter far than youth's delight, Swifter fur than happy nihill, Thoii ait come and (¡one ! As the earth when leaves are «lead, .As the night when sleep is sped, As the lieaitwliert joy is lied, I am felt hern, ulune I Shelley. RïTuaN, return, my Bird ! I have dress'«! thy cage with flowers, "Tis lovely as a violet bank Iii the heart of forest bowers. " I am free, I am free, I return no more ' The weary time of the cage is o'er ! Through the rolling clouds I can soar on high, 'ihe sky is around mc, the blue bright sky ! " The hills lie beneath mc, spread far and clear. With their glowing heAth-flowcrs and bounding deer I see the waves flash on the sunny bhore I am free, 1 am free-I return no more !" Alas, alas, my Bird ! Why seck'st thou to be free ? Wor't thou not blest in thy little bower, When thy song breathed nought but glee? " Did.my song of the summer breathe nought but glee ? _ ] Did the vo...
OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 February 1832
OUTWARDS. It Ff) POI U, COtotts, Mulray, Broken Kny, ballast. MUM TOR, 2t) tons, Brown, Nc»vcaille, ballu»t. HOPF 24 lons. Brown, Newcastle, stores. WILLIAM TUB tOUrtrit, 6J tom, Taggart, New castle, tinidries, MAU LAND,-C7 lons, Nlcelis, Newcastle, sundi le» NANCY/. IO tons, Carbays, Hawkesbury, ballast PANDORA, 27 tout, Brown, Newcastle, sundries. SOPHIA JAMB, ISO lons, Biddulph, Newcastle, (undries &lt; SHAMROCK so urns, Williams, Newcastle, ballast. FANNY, 2U tons, Baker, Illawarra, sundite«. SALLY, 17 tons, bini'li, Illawarra, stores.
EXPORTS. Vessels Cleared from the 13th to the 20th Inst., inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 February 1832
EXPORTS. Vessels Cleared from the 13(7t to the 20Í/« Inst,' inclusive LEDA, 168 tons. Robb master, for the Cape of Good Hope ; 16 casks beef, 8U00 blicks, mut stores, BK.E, 1.15 lons, Buri eil master, for Ne«v Zealand ; l8 cases muskets, 0 casks pn»vdcr, 0 iron pott, 1 bale bl inkeis, 1 cask ale, 2 casks bolilcd ale, I chest and t hall chest lea, I cask sugar, 1 cask rice, I puncheon ruin, 6 kegs tobacco, and stores, r
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 February 1832
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE» ARRIVALS, From the South Sea fishery, on Sunday week, the barque Caroline, Captain Swindell*), with 133 tuns ot sperm oil. Spoke the Proteus, Captain Brown, ti oin this port, twill 3 JD l> tri els ot oil. l'roin Port M icqiune, the same day, the cutter Dart. Fruin the sperm fishery, on Tnesdiy last, the barque EUzahtth, Captain 1'iiini-., witii l'j 1 tuns of sperm oil. Sailed out ot this port lu April last. From HobartTown, the same dty, the brig ¡ilary Elizabeth,' Captain Kelly. Lading, sun dries. Ptssengeis, Mr. Francis Stephen, ¡Mr. Robert Espie, Thomas Leonard, F, Browne, Messrs. Rush, Burton, Davis, Corbett, and Connor. From Ençhnd, the sams day, whence she aailetl the iGth of October, the s'ùp Diyndc, 201 ton«, Captain Heard, with a car¡;o (it sundries passengers, the Hommialilc* Willum Peny, Mrs. Jane Russell, Mrs. Mary Anil Russell, Mus Jane Russell, Mastei Roheit Russell, Master Charles Russell, Mr, William Melville, Mrs. Mary Dtvis, Mastei Henry D...
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 February 1832
.NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Several communications on drains and sewers' have been received, but fruin their uniformity, they are not of sufficient interest for insertion. A Native is inadmissible. . . Letters by W. respecting Sir John Jamison, cannot' be admitted; the subject has been .worn threadbare. j Pliilanthrophy must be in error, as in our opi- j . nion, no honest and industrious man, whether i bond or free, " ever took to the bush," or pe- rished." on the scaffold" for want of food or employment in New South Wales ; we cannot j admit his letter. ^_---------i-.»-_
Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 February 1832
Weekly Meteorological Table. The WEATHER, and Variations of the TIIERMOME TER, during the pnst Week, in Sydney, lit ti lu the mnrinng. nt noon, nnd ni fi «»'Clock in tile evening. .linn. Ö.H. ni. Sultry . TO .SSV Tues. l8», m. Cloudy 7« ESE 11 noon Cloudy 72 Eby N Wed. [fi a. m Sultry 77 NNE IO noon Cloudy EsE Ö p. m.¡6 p. Squally Cloudy] 71 7-t ' ' JÍ8E- | Calm 13 noon .Sultry 80 NNE nillir». 8 a. m Sultry 78 Calm Fruin) 6 a. m. Sultry 78 S3E 12 non Sultry .80 Calm 6 p. in Windy 7H NNE Mean Temperature, 77, fi p. m Rainy 77 Cloudy 70 ESE 12 noon Sultry 80 NNE ¡ft p. m Rainy 57 NNE IS »OOri Rai ii v f» p. m Cool