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RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Weekending 10th March. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 March 1832
RETURN of the Average U holesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Weekending lOtA March. Wheat, best N. S. Wnlc» .... O 5 O p. bus.of 60lbs. Do. second quality, do. 0 4 4 ditto ditto Do. third do. do.0 3 G ditto ditto Barley, best ditto.0 3 9 ditto of SOlbs. Maize?, best ditto.0 4 0 do. mensurcint. Colonial Tobacco, best ...... 0 2 3 per lb. " Ditto, second quality .0 I 9 ditto Potatoes, N. S. Wales. 4 17 0 per ton Butler, best salt.3 14 8 per cwt. Cheese, good.2 8 2 Poik, salt. Uaeon,. Ham,.. ditto ditto. 2 6 8 ditto 2 lfi 0 ditto W. C. PUDDEFOOT, Commmlon A [tut Georjrrfrvef.
Official Documents published by Government during the past Week, and copied verbatim from the Gazette. Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 5th March, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 March 1832
Official Documents published by Govern- ment during the pik-t Week, and copied verbatim from the Gazette. Government Notice, Colonial Sccretnry's Office, Sydney, 5th Mindi, 18.13. HIS Excellency the Governor directs it lo be iiotim-d, th.it arruiißemcnis have been ina-le for publishing, on Wedneidn> next, the 7lli instant, lind on «very succeeding We-dnesdiij , mi Oflicinl l'api-i, intituled " The New South Wales Go- vernment U«7etif," mid consisting wholly of the fol- lowing particulars, namely, 1st. All Oilicinl Notifications connected with the I'ulilic Service of lill* Colony, where the expense Is efiujed li\ the'Gm erninent. The heads of the- several Departments »ill be pleased Inobserve, that tiley arc not lo insert the-ie Notiucu tinus m nu> other p,i|icr in lultire; mid that it will be urces«iit\ "to ItiMMnil to the Colonial secretary, by three o'clock of each Monday, whatever is intended foi publication in the same week. ad. All such Advertisements as may be sent to th...
SELECT POETRY. EPITAPH AND ELEGY. EPITAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 March 1832
SELECT POETJIY. EPITAPH AND ELEGY. (In the "Forget Me Not" for 1832, one of the most elegant works issuing from theLondon'Prcss, are the following Epitaph and Elegy, which are at- tributed to Sir Edwartl Parry, the gallant Com- mander of the Polar Expedition. It is said the Epitaph was copied from a tomb-stone in the church- yard ut Somerset, Uti muda, und the Elegy from the Album of a Lady in the same place.) EPITAPH. "Sacred to the memory of Kllen, daughter of Hector and Ellen Maclean,died loth Ue-c.lBIS; uged 13 years." STUANCJEII! if ever virtue claimed thy tear, Pause here awhile, to weep o'er Ellen's bier ; If e'e-r thy bosom drew the generous sigh, Here pour the balm of warmest sympathy. l'ious, sincere, affectionate and kind, Ellen was virtue's self in form and mind, All, all was loveliness: but who can tell The excellence ol' her we loved so well ! Too good to tarry long in this abode, The heavenly spirit panted for its God ; Impatient hope resigned its earthly clay, And wi...
POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 March 1832
POLICE INCIDENTS. MONDAY.-Harnet Bourke was charged with entering bei masters store, and abstiacting two bottles of fine sherry, on winch she become per- fectly oblivious On hearing the charge, down went Harriet on her knees, shouting, " Ob, merciful God-oh, Lord, oh!-oh, oh-no, no, no, and endeavoured to make it appear that two tars being struck with the green and yellow me lancholy, potirtiayedm her countenance, offered bira share of two bottles oí mm, which they were carrying to their vessel, and whn li oflei, as she was a ¡(organised within, she could not resist Hie Bench not believing the tale, sent bet to the nunnery atPairamatta tor two months. Teapot, Samuel M'Donald, and tied. Wil- liams, foi I aving what thty called a " serum mage," in the s ti eds during church hours, were sent two hours each to the stocks, the usual tee not being forthcoming -Pincock wns charged with stealng a cockatoo, value ¿5 In Uctence, lie stated that the bud, taking a liking to him, jumped on las s...
Coastwise from the 20th to the 5th Instant, inclusive, INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 March 1832
Coastwise from the 20th to the 5ih Instant, inclusive, INWARDS. JANE, 17 tons. Curtis, Illawarra, cedar. BEE, 14 tous, Robertson, Illawarra, sundries. V.0 y Eli, 1«, Deal, Ne» castle, coals FANNY, 23, Baker, Illawarra, sundries. SALLY, 17, Smith, Illawarra, sundries. DART, £1, Hawthorn, Port Macquarie, sundries. ALICE, 20, Wilson, Illawarra, sundries MONITOR, 20, Brown, Vewcostle. coals EXPERIMENT, 65, Hill, Shoalhaven, sundries BRISBANE, l8, Moraspic, Nulladolla, sundries HEDPOLE, 8 lons, Murray, Broken Bay, lime ÍNDEAP0R, 15 tons, Everington, Hawkesbury, tun. dries SOPHIA JANE, 150 tons, Biddulph, Newcastle, sun- dries WILLIAM TUE TO URTU, b3 ton», Taggart, Newcas- tle, ballast SHAMROCK, «g tons, Williams, Newcastle, coals FANNY, S3 tons, Baker, Illawarra,sundries SALLY, 17 Urns,Sundi, Illawarra,cedar SOPHIA JANE, J56 tons, Dlddulph, Newcastle, sun- dries NANCY, IO tons. Curtis, Ilawkesbmy, wheat MARY ANN, 11 lons, Sweeney, Illawarra, cedar and potatoes JANE, 24 tons, Curtis, Illa...
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 March 1832
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. New Zealand- PORCUFINE, 282 tout, R. Jone» Se Co. agents, 8th instant. Loudon-INTEGIUTV, 220 lons, George Bunn agent. 81b instant. Launceston-YARE, 260 lons, John Learmonth agent, 7th instant. London-STRATIIFIELDSAY, 477 toni, M. Phillips agent, I4lh in»Uni. Kew Zealand and Society Islands-LORD LIVER- POOL, 7U tons, John Learmonth agent, Bill insiapt.
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 March 1832
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. Stock on hand 25ih instant, B. P. rum, 57,201 gallons; brandy, 25,917 gallons ; gin, 6,421 gallons; other spi- rits, 5,356 gallons ; tobacco, 65,111 pounds. Received duiing the week, it. P. rum, 18,722gallons; brandy, 323 gallons. Delivered for home consumption, B. P. rum, 3,412 gallons; brandy, 72U gallons ; gin, 153 gallons; other spirit!, 51 gallons; tobacco,8,6711 pounds. Delivered'for exportation, B. P. rum, 158 gallons; brainy,59 gallons. Slock on hand 3d hist., B. P. rum, 72,353 gallons ; blandy, 25,453 gallons; gin, 8,268 gallons; other spirits, 5,305 gallons ; tobacco, 82,439 pounds. JfurcA5. 1832._
OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 March 1832
OUTWARDS. SALLY. 17 ton«, Smith, Illawarra, ballast SIR WILLIAM WALLACE, 14, Barnett, Newcastle, ballast GENERAL BOURKE, Clave», Bungary Norah, bal- last LAMBTON, 62, Collette, Port Stephens, sundries AUSTRALIA, 12, Hall, Hawkesbury, sundries MONITOR, 20, Brown, Newcastle, sundries DART, 21, Hawthorn, Port Macquarie,, sundries EXPERIMENT, 65, Hill, Shoalhaven, sundries RCnPOLE. 8, Murray, Broken Bay, ballast NORTHUMBERLAND, l8 ton», Cooper, Newcastle, sundries ALáJc J"" ANN, 8 lons, Welsh, Hawkesbury, sundries JASE. 17 ians, Curtis, Illawarra, ballast SHAMROCK. 20 tons. Williams, Newcastle,.ballast ENDEAVOUR, 14 tons, overington. Hawkesbury, sundries SOPHIA JANE, 156 tons, Biddulph, Newcastle, sun- dries WILLIAM THE FOURTH, 53 tons, Taggart, New- castle, sundries a CATTO«, 19 tons, Morlay, Newcastle, balla« -" SáLLY, 17 tons, Sunlit, Illawarra, ballast ABEONA. 21 tons, Collum, New castle', sundries CARRJGUTOti, io lons, Robertson, Port Stephens, sundries f/iNN Y, 23 tons. Baker, Ill...
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 March 1832
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday'sMarket (Sterling) Prices. Ale, Eng-Hhd.9/. a 10/. OJ do. doz. 14jrul5j Colonial-Hhd. GO a 8f do. do¿. 6 a 8 Beer, Eng. -Hhd. Of. alOf .lo. gul. Hsalsi Colonial-Hhd. 4* c Li do. gal. 2 a 0 Biscuit,....percwt 17 a 2n Blanket», Col.p.pr. 16 a JO Blue,.Ib. 2 a 00 Bread,2ih.loal,Jd a Oslltl Butler, frcsl.Is 1 n l G sall.I Oa l 3 Candles,Mills.Ib 1 O a 0 00 Dips... 0 8 a 0 00 Cattle- Buliockseu. 3/ a bl Working do. 1/ a 7/ Cows,.. . ,, 3D b 40 do.III Milk ,, 40 a bo Calves,....,, 6 a 8 Sheep." 8 a 10 Pigs.. 7 a 10 do. roasting, 4 a on Cheese, Eng.lb.2s1da OsUil Col. " 0 5iu 0 Ti Cloth.Pairamalta per yard,..,, 1 o a 0 o Do. Bioail do. 3 4 a o o Coffee grnd. Ib. 16 a O o I Eggs, per doz o lo a I o I riax,í.ewZea. ton, 16/ a le/ Hour, 1001 bs. fine 2nds Barker.I5s0d-13s0d Longford, . .11 G -12 o Dixon.15 i> -(2 o Girard, ....1+ o -12 o Vickers, ....15 O -13 o Hail.IS 0 -li o Gordon, ....15 0 -13 o Fruit, Oranges p. dz...
MARKETS. THURSDAY, MARCH 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 March 1832
MARKETS. THURSDAY, MARCH 8. Considerable alterations had taken place in various articles since our last quotation ; the supply was abundant, and went on'rapidly. 2000 bushels of wheat were disposed of from 4s. to5s. 3d. per bushel. Maize and barley at a re- duction from our last. Oats and rye stationary. A profuse supply of vegetables, owing to the fineness of the season, was sold at moderate prices. Dairy produce was also a shade lower. In cattle and butchers meat, no reduction. Horses are dull of sale unless broken for the saddle. A slight alteration has taken place in cedar, which is scarce. Wool still maintains its price. _
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITORS OF THE SYDNEY HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 March 1832
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITORS OF THE SYDNEY HERALD. GENTLEMEN, In resuming the train of observations on the subject of my last communication, I may observe that much valuable and interesting information on this important subject has been published by eminent medical writers both in Lima and Santo Fe-through which it was brought under the notice of the scientific in Europe, It does not appear, however, that by them any new facts hare been added to those formerly known. Be- fore proceeding to detail the mode of using the plant, it may gratify your learned readers lo see it described ID the language of sciences ; viz. Aristolochia. (Linnean mode.) Gynandria Alex- andria. C1. XX. Ord. 5. Aristoloctua anguicida Mexicana loins cordatit acuminalis, ciule volubili frulicoso, pedumculis toluaris, stipuliscordalis, Hore acutioiie, which is III English ; viz. Birthwort (British Fora) Flcxaginous, cal. none. Cor, I petalled, tabular ligulate, entere. Cap«, infe. nor, C celled, many se...
To the Editors of the Sydney Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 March 1832
To the Editors of the Sydney Herald. &nbsp; GENTLEMEN, We are rather disappointed in this part of the Country, that our worthy and independent neighbour, Robert Scott, Esq. of Glendon, is not re-appointed Magistrate. Formerly when in the Commission, his decisions gave general satisfaction. We have two Magistrates at pre- sent, but we are still in want of further assist- ance, as the occasional visits to Sydney by either of our Magistrates, often tends to delay the proceedings of the Court; and at licensing time only one of our present Justices of the Peace is qualified to sit on the Bench. Trusting this information will be noticed in the proper &nbsp; quarter, I remain, Gentlemen, your's, &c. &nbsp; A SUBSCRIBER.
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 6th March, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 March 1832
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 6th March, 1838. NOTICE is hereby given, that Families who are in want of Female Servants may be sup- &nbsp; plied from the English prisoners arrived in &nbsp; &nbsp; the ship Pyramus, from London, provided &nbsp; &nbsp; they apply according to the established &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; form on or before Tuesday the 18th instant. Printed forms for this purpose may be &nbsp; obtained by applying at the Office of the Principal Superintendent of Convicts. By Command of His Excellency the Governor, ALEXANDER McLEAY.
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, March 7, 1832. CIVIL OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 March 1832
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, March 7. 1832. CIVIL OFFICERS. IN obedience to the commands of the Rh'ht Honorable the Secretary of State, as sig- nified in a Circular Dispatch, dated the 31st day of August, lilli, His Excellency the Governor lias di rectid the publication of the following regulations lesptcltng Hie- salaries of civil officers obtaining leave in quit the Colony, upon their private affairs ; viz. 1st. Civil or judicial officeis, or servants of the Go. vc-iiimettt of New South Wales, who may receive leave lo letum to Europe, on the plea of ill health, or of urgent private nffaits, will be allowed to draw one iiioiely of their respective silaries, and no inore, dur- ing the ¡letn.li period of their absence from the Co lony. 1'iie other moiety of such salaries will he letained in the Public Treasury, and carried to account of the Public Revenue, under Hie bend of " savings accrued from salaries of officers absent on leave." 2. It will reit exclus...
LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 March 1832
LATEST ENGLISH NEWS We are enabled, t/trough the kindness of a Gentleman, to present our readers ivith ex- tracts from Irish papers to the 8t7t of Nov. being the latest in the Colong. UtusTOL, Nov. 4.-This City may be considered at this, time under martial law, as the military pa- rade from morning to night, and are on duty all night ; in other respects tranquility is restored. The total number of killed as yet ascertained is 15, but it is feared there are many more, as parts of several other bodies have been found amongst the ruins-the number of wounded and injured is 94. The loss of property is estimated at from 4 to ¿£800,000. REFORM.-It is proposed to have simultaneous meetings of every county in England and Ireland on the 22nd November, as also in cities and great towns, to send a last petition to the Lords. The Lord Mayor of London, (Alderman Key) was re-elected by the Court of Aldermen, on the 4th November. Married, early in October, at St. George's Church, Hanover Square, Lo...
VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 March 1832
VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 1832. 1. Council met pursuant to adjournment. His Excellency the Governor laid upon the ta- ble th? Debtors' Relief Bill, as amended by the Council in Committee, having approved of those amendments.-Bill read a third time, and passed. 2. His Excellency the Governor laid upon the table, .' A Bill for regulating the rates of Tolls or Dues to be levied at the Markets of Syd- ney and Parramatta."-Bill read a first time, ordered to be printed, and read a second time on Friday next. 3. Slaughtering Bill, read a second time, or- deret.' to be read a third time on Friday next. 4. Savings' Bank . Bill, recommitted and amended, and ordered to be fairly transct ibed and carried to the Governor by the Archdeacon and Attorney General, for His Excellency's . consideration. 6. Customs Oaths Bill, recommitted and amended, and ordered to be fairly transcribed and carried to the Governor by the Controller of Customs and Auditor Gcnet...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 March 1832
FOR SALE BY AUCTION, BT MR« S. LYONS, On Monday, lOlh instant, atti o'clock, at the Stores of Messrs. J. D. Móntenme it Co., Bent street. TO CLOSE CONSIGNMENTS. BLUE cloths, middling and fine, blue cloth salts, calicoes. 9 Bill shirting» and calico sheetings, li-4tli camones, 0 4th jaconet mus- lins, black stuffs, slops, beaveiterns, moleskin, fustian, «nd corduroys, white shin», of superior qualities, hosiery, hats, low and middling nualllies, men's shoes, outlery, stationery, a case of sniped Florentine» ; also, a few bags superior Mauritius sugar, with a gieal variety of other articles. Terms made known at the time of Sala. MAIZE. BRIGHT Yellow Maize, delivered at the Stores of the undersigned, at Ss. 9d. Cash. Morris Buildings, W. C. PÜDDEFOOT. George-street, Sydney, March 5,1832. MESSRS, LAMB. BUCHANAN te CO H AVE received by recent arrivals, and have now on Sale-. Anchors 2 to 11 cwt. Beads of colours. Blacking. Brimstone. Blocks. Carpeting. Copper and copper nails. Chain cabl...
LAW INTELLIGENCE SUPREME COURT.—CIVIL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 March 1832
LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.-CIVIL SIDE. MONDAY.-Before the Chief Justice, and Messrs. Ross and Campbell, Assessors. Tighe v. Fitzgerald.-This was ao action to recover ¿£50 for wages, due for services per- formed during a peiiod of two >ears. A set off to the amount of the claim had been filed by the defendant, aod a defence set up that plaintiff had made fiee with his employer's property. Verdict for defendant. Mr. Keith lor plaintiff; Mr. Foster for defendant. Doctor Smith v. Cooper and another, Execu- tors. This was au action brought against the defendants as Executors under the will of the late Mrs. Hannah Laycock, to recover £75 10s., for medical attendance, besides which the de- claration contained tlic usual money Counts. The defendants bad paid £50 into Court, and pleaded the general issue. Verdict for plaintiff. TUESDAY.-Before the Chief Justice, and Messrs. Lamb and M'Larcn, Assessors. Ltindin v. Ball.-This was an action for tres- pass and assault. The damages were ...
ENGLISH NEWS. (From Papers to the 8th November) Loss of the Guildford, Captain Harrison. Lloyds, Oct. 24, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 March 1832
ENGLISH NEWS. (From Papers to the 8th November). Loss of the Guildford, Captain Harrison. Lloyds, Oct. 24, 1831. " Sir-I regret being obliged to inform you in reply to your letter received this day, that no hope is entertained for the safety of the Guildford, Captain Harrison, from China and Singapore to &nbsp; London; and the Underwriters on that unfortunate ship, and her valuable cargo, have settled the loss. &nbsp; &nbsp; JOHN BENNET, Sec. To John Lees, Esq. &nbsp; / Escape of Convicts from New South Wales. It appears, by a list published in the Metropolitan Police Gazette of Tuesday, that during the last 12 months no less than 97 Convicts, transported from this country for different offences and terms, have effected their escape from the Colony of New South Wales On Sunday Oct 9, the spirit of incendiarism &nbsp; again manifested itself in the neighbourhood of Lynn. Two large stacks, one of barley, the other of oats, were fired by some rut...