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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 March 1832
BIRTHS.—On the 1st instant, in King street, Sydney, Mrs. W. T. Cape, of a daughter. On the 29th ult. at Windsor, the lady of Deputy As- sistant Commissary General Birch, of a daughter— being their sixth child. In Prince-street, Sydney, on the 9th ult. the lady of Captain Charles Waldron, of His Majesty's 36th regiment, of a daughter—being her fourteenth child. DEATHS.—On Saturday night last, Mrs. Sarah Ellison, aged 45, wife of Mr. John Ellison, a respectable in- habitant of Parramatta, leaving a husband and ten children to lament her loss. &nbsp; On Friday last, Thomas, the infant son of Thomas Evernden, Esq. Superintendent of Police, Bathurst, Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS, AND FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKF.S (Sole Proprietors.) No. 5, KING STREET, SYDNEY NEW SOUTH WALES.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 March 1832
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ^ Sydney, 5s. per Quarter.-Single Numbers, Id. ' Coun(»t/,(postage included)Gs.3d« per Quarter. J TERMS OF ADVERTISEMENTS. tor Eight Lines and under, 2n. lui., and Id. each, for all qftnce ; for every insertion. For Liverpool Direot. THE very fast sailing, first class brig, BRENDA, 255 tons, is soon expected from Hobart Town, with k good portion of her return cargo on board, und a» the I» ander engagement to anti tliortly after her arrival, intending pnssengers and .kipper» aie requested lo apply immediately to WM. MORGAN, Sydney, J5th October, 1831. Pt tnce-street. V. B.-The BRENDA II a very superior convejance for passengers, both cabin nnd steerage, being pro\ ¡deit with patent light air ports; nnd as Liverpool it the chief outlet io the manufacturing dUtricts, the tutieti orlty of that port as a market for wools cannot be questioned, particularly since the formation of the Rail Hoad, which brings it within four hours ride of Leeds and its neighbourhood. FO...
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, MARCH 5th, 1832. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 March 1832
The Sydney Herald, MONDAY, MARCH Gth, 1832. "Sawrn to no Matter, of no Sect am I As the Legislative Council lias been deeply engaged for some time back in de- vising n scheme for promoting emigration, with a view to meet the wishes oi' the Home Ministry, and as not less than £10,000 ol' the surplus Colonial Revenue is to be appropriated for that purpose, we propose, at present, to consider the subject attentively, in the hope that the views' ive inay suggest, may not be unworthy of consideration. The present Government have repeatedly shown a disposition to lis- ten rto the suggestions of disinterested advisers, and to profit by the hints which experience supplies from practical know- ledge. The confidence of the Executive, ' it is to be feared, however, is at times ill repaid by the deleterious consequences of the nostrums of certain political quacks, which, in our opinion, and in that of every j independent Colonist, must, without great | precaution, tend to the serious injury of ...
ANNO SECUNDO. GULIELMI QUARTI REGIS. (No. VI.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 March 1832
I ANNO SECUNDO. ¡ GÜLIELMI «UARTI REGIS. (No. VI.) By His Excellency Major-General RICHARD ROURKE, Captain-General and Governor in-Chief of the Territory of .New South Wales and its Dependencies, and Vice-Ad- miral of the same, vi it!) the advice of the Legislative Council. An Act for authorising oil Fines, Penalties, and Forfeitures, to be paid in sterling money of the realm. WHEREAS, by Sundry Acts of Council, and Ordinances now in force, it is enacted, ordered and directed, that certain fines, penalties and forfeitures, shall bo naid in Snauish dollars ; and whereat it ii expedient, for promoting the circulation of sterling money of the realm ofGrtUt Britain, in furtherance of the instructions of hi» Ma- jesty'» Government fur establishing an uniform cur- rency in the whole of his Majesty's loreign possession», that all such fines, penalties And forfeiture», shall in future be paid in sterling ninney i be it therefore enacted, by hi» Excellency the Governor of New South Wale-, by...
ANNO SECUNDO. GULIELMI QUARTI REGIS. (No. VII.) An Act for Regulating Foreign Attachment in New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 March 1832
ANNO SECUNDO. GULIELMI QUARTI REGIS. (No. VII.) By His Excellency Major-General RICH- ARD BOURKE, Captain-General and Govrjrnor-in-Chief of the Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, and Vice-Admiral of the same, with the Advice of the Legislative Council. Au Act for Regulating Foreign Attachment in New South Wales. WHEREAS, Creditors in New South Wales frequently lose their just demands by lemon of their debtors not being forthcoming, and of there being no law lo regulate the attachment of their goods und debt» in the bannt of other persons : Tor remedy whereof,be it enacted, by His Excellency the Governor, with the advice of the Legislative Connell, Thai whenever an ullldavit shall be made and filed in Hie Supreme Court, in due form a» by law required, by, or un bihalf of, any plaintiff, in liny aclion commenced in Hie said Court, for the re- covery of ahy debt or eenuin monei-demand, and such affidavit «hall further sei forili thal such debtor demand was contracted or...
Official Documents published by Government during the past Week, and copied verbatim from the Gazette. ANNO SECUNDO GULIELMI QUARTI REGIS. (No. V.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 March 1832
Official Documents published by Govern- ment duriny tltc pw-t Weeh, and copied verbatim from tlte Gazette. ANNO SECUNDO GULIELMI QUARTI REGIS. (No. V.) By His Excellency Major-General Ri- i chard Bourke, Captain-General and Governor-in-Chief of the Territory of New South Wales and its Depen- dencies, and Vi ce-Admiral, of the same, with the advice of the Legisla- tive Council. An Art to amend au Act intituled " An Act for the General Regulation of the Customs of New South Wales and its Dependencies." I WHEREAS, an Act of the Governor and Council was p itsed in Hie eleventh year of Ihe reign of Ills late Majesty, King George Hie Puuith, intituled '. An Act for ihe Ueneiul iiegiiiaiion oi me custom« of New South Wales and its Dependencies," mid it it expedient to alter and amend ibu same lit ihe mininer hereinafter provided . Andwhcieus, by the said recited Act, it I« enacted, that no vessel or boat, under the tonnage allowed by law to hu registered, shall be employed either ni the re...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 March 1832
SALES BY AUCTION, BY SAMUEL LYONS, 0» Friday the 9fh instant, at 11 o'clock, at the Stores of Mr. Ii. How, Pitt-street. TO CLOSr. CONSIGNMENTS. TWENTY-TWO Cases of Claret, containing 3 dozen each. Two cases of ?illt and worsted shawls and scarfs; a quantity of ironmongery; a few kegs of pickled salmon; bleached dt ill, dowlas und linen stripes ; muslin dresses, and a great assort- ment of other goods. Terms made known at the time, of Sale FÖlTsÄLE BY AUCTION, BY MR. S. LYONS, On Monday, lOtli instant, at II o'clock, at the Storr» of Messrs, J. B. Mnnlefioie & Co., Rent street. TO CLOSE CONSIGNMENTS. BLUE cloths, middling and fine, blue cloth salts, cnltcot-*, «I Ulli shinnies and calico (.heeimu«, &lt;i-4th cambrics, 6-ltli jaconet nm». Hu», black stuff«, slops, benverteens, moleskin, fii'tian, and corduroy«, white shirt*, of siipeiuir qualilie«, hosiery, lint«, low und middini!; finalities, mm'« ">h'ies, ciitlciy, stntinneiy, n case of finned I'loicntnus ; also, ...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 March 1832
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. j EXECUTION.-On Monday, Charles Smith wick, convicted of the murder of George Miller, underwent the utmost penalty of the law at the usual place of execution in Sydney gaol. The culprit was nttcnded in his last moments by the Rev. Mr. Dowling, to whose instructions he ap- peared to pay the greatest attention, the Kev Gentlcmati having retired from the scaffold, the drop shortly fell, and after a few canvulshu struggles, the soul of the murderer was wafted to its Maker, there to answer for those sins which doomed him to death in this world. After hanging the usual time, the body,was cut down and conveyed to the hospital for dissection. , A number of those pandemoniums, alias sly grog shop«, have of late been established at va- rious places on the South Head Road, in which runaways from the different gangs in thal neighbouthood are harboured. These pests to society should be tooted out. Major-General Stewart proceeds in n few days tu his splendid estate at Bathu...
Vessels entered outwards from the 27th to the 5th instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 March 1832
Vessels entered outwards from the 27th to the 5th instant, inclusive. -29.-NORFOLK, 437 tous, Lamb Äc Co. agents, for Hobart Town and Madras. Marchi.-LORD LIVERPOOL, 70 ton«, John Lear- month agent, for New Zealand. -1.-VARE, 2GP tons, John Learmonth agent, Launceston and South Sea I «lands.
EXPORTS. Vessels Cleared from the 27th to the 5th Inst., inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 March 1832
EXPORTS. Vessels Cleared from the 27 th to the 5lh Inst., inclusive. NEREUS, 170 lons, Janies master, for Launceston ; 01 planks cedar, 17 H cedar bum tis, 105 pine plunks, 24 pine Unart!», 7 cases, 4 casks, and 1.10 rlieeses, ÜI c.tses soup, 5 packets Imps, IS cases s one bullies, 1 casks glass, li pipe»,20 cases wine, IS casks beer, II) casks bottled beer. 12 casks cordials, 1 pltiugli«, 1 wiunowiiij machine, t toi mentor, 1 weighing ma- chine, 1 cart, 1 bout. 1 chain cable, 1 coil coir rope, half a coil hand lead line, 80 lons coals, S horses, I cane liais, 1 case haberdasher), t bundle baskets, 1 bundle sieves, 3 kegs nails, I barrel hardware, 10 I half hundred weights, 2 casks tur, 3 eoils spun yuin, 3 culls rope, and siores. JANE,273 tons, Uulgrie master, for London ; 717 bales wool, 712 hides, 2 cases curiosities, 218 hales /lax, 20 bales Manilla bump, 35 planks blue gum, 3, case* kelsey mete, and stores, ' ' LOTUS, 397 lons, Summcrson master, for London -, 42S bales wool, 74...
COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 27th to the 5th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 March 1832
COMMERCIAL NEWS. -» Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 27ÍA to the 5th Instant, inclusive. Feb. 27.-MARY (brig), 241 tons. Tu rea n master, from London, George Bunn agent ; 5 cases books, 2 cases punning«, 2 casks ironmongery, 27 cuses, 2 casks cupper, 8 casks copper nails, 127 packages machi- nery, 400 bundles hoop iron, 5 bundles Sheet iron, SI ditto stuvei, 20 empty bulls, 20 pipes packs, 50 oars, 4 cases coffin furniture, I hogshead I case lumps, 5 case lamp burners, 1 bale cotton wick, 30 cairs tin, 45 casi"- pork, Ifi casks beel, luU casks ju- niper berrie», 2 cises corrosive sublimate, I case oil ot cloves, 1 cask vtttml. 1 cask blue stone, 10 bags almond cake. George Munn ; 5 bales woolie us, 2 cuse," woollen stuffs, l8 bales ennuin,y bales linens, 4 bales slops, 4 bales bag», li cases huts, 1 cask cut lery, 8 cases muskets, 37 casks powder, B sheet» lead, 40 kegs paint, 5 hogsheads tehued sugar, 4 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 March 1832
?atanxiá¡í¡tviat ¿Department. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, SI IIMV, MARCH 5, J832, Corwici Struct ) ABOUT 4,000 Pairs of Shoes being required for the Publie Service, Persons de- sirous of supplying the same are requested to transmit their Tenders, in writing, tollu» Office, by 12 o'clock, on fhursdaj , the Ulli instant, sealed and endoised .' Fender of Shoes.'' Hie lenders must specily the number of Pairs of. fered, and the period at winch they will he turned into Stnte I lie Shoes to be made agreeably to a pal- lin) to be seen in the Oflice of the Civil and Convict Uiuiich of this Department, and no payment will be made until the shoes shall have been examined and approved of by such Persons as shall be appointed to inspect them. JAMES LAIDLEY, Dtp.Com. Gin COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, SIDNEY, 7th MARCH, 1832. UM eSr Port Wine.-Persons desirous ot supplying this Department with 2000 Gul Inns of West India Rum, delivered b> Im- perial Measures, 5 per cent under proof, and 20 doren of l'on Wine, ...
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney 27th February, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 March 1832
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney 27 th Febiuary, 1ÜS2. ' HIS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to improve of tile following ulleia lions in tile Police of the Colony, viz. To be Constables under the Government Order, No. 12, ol'23d May, 1831. Parramatta-Win. sliinkevin.free, in the room of Jas, Ilumiltoii, resigned fruin the 20th instant: and Daniel Gunn, per Elua, (and to acl asScourgfr) in the mom of Thompson, lesigucil, fiom Hie 8th Instant. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER M'LBAV.
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, MARCH 12th, 1832. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 March 1832
The Sydney Herald, MONDAY, MARCH 12th, 1832. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." OUR readers may remember, that nearly a year ago, the minds of the Colonists were turned to the propriety of planting vines, and several letters appeared in the Colonial Journals, stating the results of individual experience, and recommending certain exposures and modes of culture. Mr. Shepherd, of the Darling Nursery, has the merit of having turned the atten- tion of the Colonists to the best aspect in which to place vines, so as to protect them from the cold winds, which, even in our hottest weather, succeed to the scorching north-west winds of summer, It gives us satisfaction to, state that the Colony coin- cides in the most unqualified manner with Mr. Shepherd's views on this point, as well as in the propriety of cultivating only the hardy varieties of grape for general use, in preference to the tender sorts. These, we understand, he has also by a particular process, brought to bear large crops, ...
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, March 6, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 March 1832
Government Notice., i 1 Colonial Secretary'* Office, Sydney, March 6, 1832. THE following Acts have passed .the Legislative Council daring this present Session, coaiineiicing Die loth day January, ISIS. 2 WILLIAM IV. No. 3. «&lt; An Act for regulating the Constitution of Juries, and for the Trial ol' Civil Issues in the Supreme Court uf New South Wales."-(3d February, 1832.) No. *. i« ¿i, Act to provide for the payment of the salaries of the Governor of New South Wales, and the Judges of Hie »uprcine Court theieof, out of Hie .Re- venues of the Customs of Ihe said Colony."-(3d Fe- bruary, I8ílí ) No. 5 .' An act to amend an Act, intituled « An Act for the general régulation of the Customs of New South SValesand Its Dependencies.'"-^^!! February, IB3* ) No. 6. " An Act for authorising all Fines, Penalties, and Forfeitures, to l.e levied and paid in sterling mo- ney of the realm."-(loth February, IBS*.) No. 7. « AH Act for regulating Foreign Attachment in New South Wales."-(16...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 March 1832
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. From Launceston, on Monday last, the cutter, Jolly Rambler, Peters master. Lading, wine. Passengers, Mrs. Forbes and child, Mr.and Mrs. Brignell, Mr. Lancey, Messrs. Crosby, Jackson, and McDonald. From Launceston, the same day, the schooner Thistle. From New Zealand, the same day, the schoon- er Waterloo. Fiom Port Stepens, the same day, the cutter, Lambton. From the Sperm Fishery, on Tuesday last, the barque Nelson, with 250 barrels of oil. From Newcastle, on Wednesday last, the steamer Sophia Jane. From Newcastle, on Friday, the steamer William the Fourth. On Friday evening, the ship Elizabeth, Cragie, master, from London, via Hobart Town, with &nbsp; male prisoners, surgeon superintendent, W. Martin, Esq., R. N. Passengers. Major Butrton, &nbsp; 4th regiment, Lieutenant Ball, 17th regiment, Mrs. and Miss Ball, Lieutenant Nigel, Mrs. and Miss Nigel, Lieutenant Espinasse, and 93 non- commissioned officers and privates of the 4th regi...
Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 March 1832
Weekly Meteorological Table. j The WEATHER, and Vanillinas of the TIIERMOMC TER, duiiiiR the past Week, in Sydney, ni ö in the morning, at noon, and at 6 o'Clock in the i-vrmim. Mon. 6 a. ni. Cloudy 00 IS noon Rainy 611 ?SW Fuio Ga Wed. (I a. in. Fine 60 SSW If noon Sultry Thura. 0 a. ni Cool I SE Friday 6 a. in. Cool 59 WSW WSW SSW 12 »loo» Tine 77 ENE fl p. m Cloud} 6 p. in. (Windy 6 p. ni Cool fi p. »i Rainy fi p. in Cool 70 E by S| ESE Mean Teinpeiuture, 70. 6 r>. in. Windy 74 NNE
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 March 1832
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. I I SUN I High Tide March._Calendar._| rita | lett \ morn | tv>-n l'J | ,M I S>0. Guz. esiab. lp\,2 | ft 50 | ti IO ) g ¿9 | ,3 .12 l'&lt; j I | Mirove Tuesday.| a 51 | () 'J | 4 5| 1 II) J* | W | A*li Wcdncsitat,.| 5 58 | d H| 5 lr> | 5 ti 15 | T | William 111, it. I7(ja. | 5 5Jt 0 7 j b n | t> Hi 16 | F I Rl7¿iu nssuss. iSPfl... | 5 5+ | &lt;> 0 I 7 H I 7-12 17 1 !? | J. fli'j tau b. 171')... | 5 at | ti 5 | li IO I H Iii ia | S I 's' Sund.i) in Lent. .. | 5 5Ü | II 4 | 8 5b | y 10 Pull Moon, 17lhday,S7 min. past 1 morning
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 5th March, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 March 1832
I Government Notice. i Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydnev. (Jill March, 18.12. HIS Excellency the Governor directs it to be notified, that Ills Mujestj's Govern ment have icviseil the system of granting Land in Hie Hil tish Colonie* of Noilh America mid Australia, so as lo ensure lo oflicers of the aron, wish ing to become seltleis, the combined advantages aris- ing from muk mill length of service. 9. In future, llicielnre, military officers piiicliasnig land accoiding to the icgiilaiinus established in the respective I olonics, «ill, in proportion to their rank and sei vices, be entitled lo a i emission of pinchase monev, according lo the following graduated scale, nu producing testimonials of unexceptionable elia' racier from the General Commanding in Chief; viz, FIELD OFFICERS. Of 25 yexrs service, mid up«unis, in the »hole, £lflo Oi 80 years service, and upwards, in the- whole, e,')0 Of 15 > ears service, or less, |n the whole, SOO CAPTAINS. Of 20 years service, nml upwards,...