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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 19 March 1832
DOWTESTIC rNTELLIGEITCE. " SAINT PATRICK'S DAY.-Saturday being tbe An nivenary of tin» Fenwai, above 100 gentlemen a*&lt;ein bled itt the Royal Bû'tL George street, in do bannar u the niemury of the 3*Int. Hi* Excellency, th* Qr> vernor, honoured the company with hin presence. Snrne excellent Aperches were made, and the u*u», toasts were drunk moat enthuil«»lically ; the harmon) of the evening was enlivened by the Attendance nf ai: excellent band of innate, who played appropriate airs The Oovernur retired a boot ll o'clock, accompanied by the Judges Colonel Li nd tiny, and a few other*. Excellency Marted immediately ht hf» carriage and four for Parramatta, amidst the plaudit! of the aiiem bled Dullitode. Colonel Lindesay received every de. monitration of public feeling and respect, ai did alic no meroo* othar peo tl emeu of high it-Apectability. 31ic dinner and arrangements were excellent, and reflected much credit apon theStewaidi and upon the lion. We publish the follow...
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Weekending 17th March. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 March 1832
I -» RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARIU PRODUCE for the Weekending nth . March. £ i. d. Wheat, best V. S. Wale» Do. second quality, do.0 &lt;t Dn. third do. do,.O 3 Darley, best ditto. O 3 Maize, best ditto.0 3 Colonial Tobacco, best.0 2 Ditto, second quality.0 1 Potatoes, N. S. Wales.. 5 17 Butter, best sail. 4 ? Cheese, good. S 6 I'mk, salt. 1 17 Bacon,.2 6 Hum,. S In p. bns.of GOlbs. 0 ditto dum 8 ditto ditto S ditto of Solbs. 5 rio. measiireuil. 3 per lb. 0 ditto C per ton 0 per ewe. « ditto » ditto. 8 ditto 0 ditto W. 0. PUDDBrOOT, Commission Agent Qeorer-street.
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 March 1832
PRXCB CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERAtD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Price*. Ale, Eng -Hird. 9/. a lfj/.n» do. doz. 14/al5j Colonial-H lid. 60 a 80 do. dux. 6 a 8 Beer, Eng. -Hhd.ot. «loi. do, gol. I4tal5f Colonial-Hhd. 4.1 c ii . do. gal. 2 a o r Biscuit,....percwt. 17 a »7 Blanket«, Col. p. pr. l8 aSII Blue.lu. 2 a 00 Bread,21h. lo.if,3d a Os.tjd Butler, fresh....Is 3 a 1 G suit..o 9» j o Candles.Mlds.lb.l o a 0 00 Dips....0 8 a 0 00 Cattle, Bullocksen. fV Or a 2i lOi Working do. 3 0 a 4 0 Cows., I 0 a ï o do.ln Milk "1 10 a 2 lo Calves,....,, ora 8r Sheep,....,, 8 a 10 Pigi,., 7 a 10 do. roasting, 4 a 00 Chfce»e,Eng.lb.2«3da OsOd _ , Col. " 0 54 ti 0 7¿ Cloth,I'urramatta per yard,.... 1 8 a 0 0 Do. Uioad do. 3 4 a 0 0 Coffee grnd. lb. 1 6 a o 0 Eggs, per doz. o lo a I 0 Flax, NewZea, ton, l61 R 18/ Flour, 1001 bs. tine Suds Barker, ....ISsOd-I3»0il Longford, ..14 G -1« o Dixon.15 0-I« o Girard, .,..14 0 -12 0 Vickers, ....15 0 -13 0 Hall.15 0 -13 0 Gordon, ....
MARKETS. THURSDAY, MARCH 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 March 1832
MARKETS. THURSDAY, MARCH 22. The very unfavourable state of the weather caused the Market to be very poorly supplied, 3&lt;)Ö bushels of Wheat were disposed ot frora4s.9rf. to 5s (wiper bnshcl. Maize, Barley, Oats and Rye were on the rise. Vegetables were much in re- quest, and in the article of Potatoes a considera- ble rise had taken place. Dairy Produce was a shade higher, very little having been brought to Market. In butcher's Meat there was no varia- tion-, except in Pork which was a trille lower by the joint. Colonial Tobacco in demand at a shade lower than our last quotations. Cattle without alteration. Very few sales of Horses have taken place during the week. Wool main- tains its price for the London Market.
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 March 1832
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. Stock on hand 10th instant, B. P. rum, 74,6-13 gallons ; brandy, ««,27(5 gallons; gin, 7,242 gallons; other spi- rit*, 4.1J7Î gallons ; tobacco, 58,340 pounds. Received during the week, B. T. rum, 9,751 gallons ; brandy, 11)4 gallons. Delivered for home consumption, B. P. rum, 4.IW!» gallons; brandy, 734 gallon* ; gin, 3*5 gallons;-other .pints, 39 gallons; Tobacco, 1,337 pounds. Delivered for exportation, B. P. rum, 1,085 gallons; brandy, 231 gallons; gin, 71 gallon»; totmcoo, 1001 pound». » Stock on hand 17th hist., B. P. rum, 79,230 gallon» ; brandy. 25,495 gallons; gin, 6,gttô gallons; other sj.inLa, 4,g¡U gallóos; tobacco, SufiOî punnds. March 19, 11)32.
OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 March 1832
OUTWARDS. REDPOLE. S tons, Murray, Broken Bnv.Dnllast r^un^T£ ^««.»««î.riA. Newca, LAMBTON, te tons, Corlette, Port Stephen« MOSITOti, 20 tcMis, Brow,,. NewcasllefbaÜast in'££:??ï0m' «'.«»"i1""*»'r». ""dries //OPE. Ï4 tons, Smith, Ne« cattle, ballast l%Wv ÛKW' f,1,0"8' e*e,,h' H»w*"b»ry. ballast M^n AL' >».«. Sweeney, Illawarra, bnl'ast bur , hMU«t ' t0n*' S,n*lel0»' "awkes SDd^^ J,^IAr-E. ISO tons, B.ddulph, Newcastle, sun. f fv^o^'"^ «'""VHiU.ShoaUntven, sundries JANE, 20 lons, CuiUs, Illawarra, ballast PAVD011A,Ï1 Urns, Brown, Newcastle, sundries
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 March 1832
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Weeli. March. ' SUN I High Tide riiet | *eí» | morn | even »I I SI | Plague Luinloii IrHiO. I 6 4 | 6 ¡>B ! « SO | 3 ti sr -, I Hp.Stillinjileeitijeao| . ., I , " i ,, . . g'j7 I Peace of Amiens, IBoa |5 ¿j",-" J " * a «u -w Abeicrombierf.'iaoi. I . R \'i .} 88 T Pallas IILCOV. 1807. | ° " | ° 8* 4 36 gpj-y hwertrnblirg c1. 1772. | fl 7 | a oj | 3-IO | U 11 30 | g j iteilmn Vesper», I2t)g j 6 8 | ¿ 5g ) fl 46 U 7 to A* lu-r?r,Vsr.'^y.".':l« »H'l MT«" April. _ I | jj 1 4th Sunday in Lent... \0 ip|J5 io | H .10 | 8 51 hew Mo^n 1st day, 7 min. past 3 in the evening.
Coastwise from the 12th to the 19th Instant, inclusive. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 March 1832
Coastwise from the 12th to 4he i9th Instant inclusive, ' INWARDS. GENERAL BOURKE, 15 tons, Crarell, Dungary Newall, cedar WILLIAM TU£ rOURTB.&i tons, Taggart, Newcas- tle, sundries. HOPE. 24 toni,Smith, Newcastle, coals ALICE, se tons, Wilson, lllawiur«, cedmr PAJWQllA.i'J toni. Iii own, Newcastle, «smdnes Jli.lfD OF THE MILL, 14 tons. Mossman, Brisbane Water, sundries MAIJLAND, 40 tons, Nicholls, Newcastle, coals ?»fONJJ&lt;iR,Û0 lons. Brown, NewcoMle, cools ¡¡UAUROCK, EOtons Williams, Newcastle, coal« MAlir 4 ELIZABETH, 90 tons, Kelly, Newcastle, coals HOPE. S3 ta«, Brown, îiesveasd*, coals REDPOLE, 8 tons, Murray, Broken «ay, time BEE, 14 lons, Friend, Illawarra, cedar SOPHIA JANE, 156 tons, Biddulph, Newcastle, sun I dries MARY ANN, 11 tons. Sweeney, II In warra, cedar JANE, 3 tons, Shoalhaven, sundries JA^NE, SI tons, Slioobert, illawarra, cedar.
VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, MARCH 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 March 1832
VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVO COUNCIL. TUESDAY, MARCH 20. 1. Council met pursuant to adjournment, His Excellency the Governor took the chair, and laid upon the table the Market Dues Bill, as amended by the Council in Committee, having approved of those amendments.-Bill read a third time and passed. 2. Appropriation Bill ; read a second time, and ordered to be read a third time to-morrow. Council adjourned at two o'clock, until to- món ow, at twelve o'clock. ORDERS OF THE DAY. WEDNESDAY, .MARCH 21. Appropriation Bill ; third reading. FRIDAY, MARCH 23. Sheep Bill; second .reading. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21. Council met pursuant to adjournment,-His Excellency the Governor in the Chair. 1. Appropriation Bill ; read a third time, and passed. f2. Sheep Bill, second reading postponed until Tuesday 22nd May. Council adjourned atone o'clock, until Tuesday 22nd May, next. " ORDER OF THE DAY. TUESDAY, MAY 22. Sheep Bill; second reading.
Vessels entered outwards from the 12th to the 19th instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 March 1832
Vessels entered outwards from the lütíito.tlte 10th instant, inclusive. 13th March.-MARY BLLZABETH, 96'tons, Dawes, Gore, Se Co. agents, HobartTown. Hth.-BRÍlitlATÍT, J ¡Ti Whs, George Bunn agent -London. I&eh.-ELIZABETH, 369 tons, ti. Campbell, fe Co. agents, South Sens. 15th-WATERLOO, GO ton«, ft. Campbell, te cb, agent», Kew Zcolanr). loth.-OUÍISTI.IÍ, ¿8 tons. The Master 'agent, Laun- ceston.
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 March 1832
ENGLISH EXTRACTS:' Deal, Nov. 3 -"-Arrived from the river and remain, the Ilolinn, Maiduch, for New '.oulh Wales Gilmore, Putty, ditto, Lord Wellington, uausport d o PORTSMOUTH, OCT 4 -Arrived the Captain Cook, tor New South Wales. DEAL, OCT 9 -Put back tht IFanstead for Van Dicmen's Land The Gncian and Royal Admiral are laid on for Sjdney, the .öomfcdi/tor Swan River, the Persian and Forth tor Van Dtemen's Land and Launceston. DOVER, NOVLMBER, 4 -Arrived otf port, the jRçioorcf, Sbuitteworlh, Madras, sailed June IO DEAL, Oct 1C -Sailed all the outward bound, except the bir William Wallace, for New South Wales. The Georg-in Cotmsr, ID republishing an article dissuading Mininer« fr&lt; ni using li bncco, says-" W« ha\e an i Id friend who says, Iflwuraio/ I'd soon er huifn bear than one of jour tobacco chaWei ii A VEnY SINGULAR FACT -Insects areactuat ed hi feelings somewliai similar to those possessed by the luther animal-they lob and »poll ilatrnri their homes,ure jealous, r...
LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—CIVIL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 March 1832
LAW INTELLIGENCE SUPREME COURT.-CIVIL SIDE. MONDAY.-Before ' Judge Dowling, ' and Messrs. Manning and Nicholson, Assessors. Plaistowe v. Daley.-This was nn action for compensation in damages for assault, battery, and false imprisonment. The second count was for a common assault. The defendant pleaded Ibe general issue,'not guilty. - This -case arose out of the bridge at Mait- land. It came out in evidence that Mr. Plais- towe, in endeavouring to pass the bridge, was stopped by Mrs. Daley for the toll,- which he - refused to pay, on theground of its being illegal. Daley came out to assist his wife in enfoicing the toll. . Mr.' P. said that no man should stop I bim on the King's highway, and struck Daley I on the forehead, who collared and held him so I for some time. The assault on the part of Daley was the cause of the present action. Veidict for' plaintiff, damages, one farthing. Judge Dowling would consider whether he should' certify. . . ' " '"T - ' Tooth v. Wright,-This wa» an a...
EXPORTS. Vessels Cleared from the 12th to the 19th Inst., inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 March 1832
EXPORTS. I Vessels Cleared from the 12th to the 19th Inst., I . inclusive. NORFOLK, 537 tons. Henniker master, for Hobart Town and Madras ; 7 cases copper, I cask sheathing nolls, 3 cases hardware,'! anchor stock, IO coils whale line, 2 on li lance warp, I case'shoes, IO bar- rels pork, IO boxes candles, 5 casks tallow, 6 pipes wine, C8 bags maize, 4 casks liauis, 33 horse», and stores. WATKlU-00,60 tons, Guard master, for Kew Zealand ; 1 cask ram, 1 keg Uibncco, 3 chests lea, 13 casks beef, 15 casks pork, 6 casks biscuit, and.»lores. LORD LIVERPOOL, 70 tons, Kent maMer, for New Zealand ; 5 casks ruin, 1 pipe brandy, SO cases gin, 13 kegs tobacco, 4 chests and holf tea, SI matssiigui, I bag rice, 1 cu-k, 3 cases wine, I cask vmegai, Z hogsheads beer, 3.1 cask» Hour, I cask sall, 0 boxes glass, 1 piece sheet lead, I bundle leather, 4 cases musket«, 48 kegs powder, I box pipe«, 2 casks nails, and stores; QUEEN CHARLOTTE. KO tons, Turpin roaster, for the South Seas fishery ; stores. '<...
COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 12th to the 19th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 March 1832
COMMERCIAL NEWS. -.> Sydney General Trade List. CoatpiUdaml Published under the Avtltorttg of the Ctitttms. ' '-'.. ' " ' I.M PORTS. Report* freih thelïthto the' 19th Instant, inclusive. Mnrcti lC-lHADFXLA (ship), 580 tons, Wiseman mas- ter, frero Landen, Lamb, Buchanan, S¿ Co. agents mate ptiwiners, and Government stores. -17.-NKIAON (barque) H9 tons, Stewart Biaater, from the South Sea». The piaster agent ; SOO barrels .pen» oil.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 March 1832
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL*. From Newcastle, on Friday week,the steamer, William the Fourth. ' : \ From London via Hobart Town, on Monday last, the barque Arab, 290 tons," Captain Ferrier. &nbsp; Lading, merchandise- Passengers, Mr. and Mrs.Dacre, Mrs Barker, Mr. Betts, Mr. Goggs, Mr. Smith, Mr.Fawcet, Mr. Fisher, Mr. Pearce, and Mr. Andrew Perry. From London, on Tuesday last, whence she sailed the loth of November, the ship Enchan- tress, Captain Canncy, with a cargo of merchan- dize. Passengers, Mr. Francis Evans, Sarah Barns and child, John Rogers, Charles Rogers, and Edward Hargraves. DBPARTURKS. For Newcastle, on Friday loth, the steamer Sophia Jane. For Norfolk Island, on Friday 10th, the brig Governor Phillip. , . For Newcastle, on Tuesday last, the steamer JVilliam the Fourth._____»__
Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 March 1832
Weekly Meteorological Table. ' The WEATHER, and Variation» or the THERMOME TER, during the past Week, in Sydney, at 6 in the raorinng, at noon, and at 6 o'Cldck in the evening. 0 a. in. flainy ESE. Tues. \ 6 a. ni. llainy C7. Eby N Wed. |fi a. m. Windy SSW Tlitu.. 6 a. in Misty -"S7 '! SSE Priday! 0 a. in. Pine Co SW WSW .tun. 6 a. m. Rainy C3 ' SSE 1C noon Rniuy C4 ESE 12 noon .Rainy 74 ENE li noon Rainy C2 12 non Storm S IE noon Fine 13 E It noon Fine 76 E,NB It noon Misty 70 ESE 8 p. ni. 11 a in y &lt;5# V. ,6 v. m.'ß v. m. Cloudy \Vindy -?60 I E ESE 6 j», ni' Rainy 65 jESE. ö p, m Ki ne Mean Temperature, Cß. 6 p. ni Fine 77 Eby N fi n. ni. Cloudy . ea SE All Letters addressed to the Office of the :t Sydney Herald," must be post i paid, or they will not be received.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 March 1832
CORPORATION ADVERTISSUKENT. CHURCH CORPORATION OFFICE, 19th MARCH, 1832. STATIONERY.-The undermention- ed Articles, being required for the use of the Church and School Establishments, Persons desitotis of supplying the same are requested to transmit their Tenders, together with Samples, to this Office, on or before Tuesday the 3rd day of April next, at Twelve o'clock, endorsed " Tender for Stationery ; " viz. Demy Paper Foolscap ditto (superior and common) Post ditto (common) Quills (superfine and common) Black and red ink powders Wafers. By desire of the Commissioners, CHARLES COWPER. IMPOUNDING ADVERTISEMENTS. IMPOUNDED, on the Liverpool-road, a red Cow, branded on the right hip J T, and also on the left hip with something resembling an R, If not claimed and expenses paid, within 21 days fiom this date, it will be sold to defray the same. FREDERICK MEREDITH, Poundkecper. Liverpool-road, March 19th, 1832. [4s. Gd. IMPOUNDED, at Kemp's Creek, in the District of Cabramatta, on the 13...
Government Notice. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, SYDNEY, 19TH MARCM, 1832. STORES FOR THE COLONIAL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 March 1832
Sovermnentt Notice. COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, SYDNEY, 19TH MABCM, 18S2. STORES FOR THE COLONIAL SERVICE. THE undermentioned Articles being Tfequiied for the Public Service, Persons disposed to furnish the same, arc invited to transmit Tenders to this Office, by Twelve o'clock, on Thursday the 29th of this month, endorsed, "Tender for Stores." Nine Jack planes, twenty-five smoothing ditto, twenty-four handsaws, thirty-five cross-cut ditto, «ix keyhole saws, thirty-eight broad axes, sixty augtrrs (ctiiefly large sizes), twenty-eight spoke .haves, twenty drawing knives, forty mortice chissefs, of sizes, nine pair carpenter's pincers, five blacksmiths' benrh vyces, three paiut brush- es (pound), three ditto (half pound), three ditto sash, eighteen oil cans, two brass cocks or taps, (large size"), one hundred tin dishes, two hundred and fifty tin plates, titree hundred tin pint pots, forty tia lamps, one hundred stone hammers, three hundred yards canvas, three hundred cross- cut saw f...
FORM OF BOND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 26 March 1832
FORM OF BOND. KNOW All Men "by these Presents, That w«,C. r.,of in the Colony of New South Wales, E F. of In Ilia Ceilony afsresnid, and G. U" of in the Colony aforesaid, are jointly und severally held and firmly bound, unto His Most Excellent Majesty King William the Fourth, in the sum of pounds, of good mid lawful money of the United Kingdom of Great Brimin and Ireland, cniretit in England, tobe paid lo His said Majesty, His Heirs and Successors, tor which payment to b« well and truly made, we bind ourselves jointly (and each and every of ua toy himself) severally and respectively, our mid each and every of nur heirs, executors and administrator*, firmly by these prescuts. Scaled with pur seals, dated this «ley of in the year of nur Lord On« thousand eight hundred nnd WHEREAS, in pursuance of fin Act of the Governor, willi the advice of the Le- gislative Council, passed in the second year of tile Reign ol King WILLIAM the Fourth, intituled, "An Act foi repealing so much of an Act,...