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THE SCHEDULE TO WHICH THIS ACT REFERS. A [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 April 1832
THE SCHEDULE TO WHICH THIS ACT REFERS. IT is hereby agreed between the master, seamen and mariners of the ship , now bound for the pnrt of and the master or commander of Hie said ship, That lu consi- deration of the monthly or other wage» against onclt respective seamen or mariner's name, hereunto set, they severally shall and will perform the above, mentioned voyage ; and the said master (loth hereby agree with and hire the stud sei men anl mariners for the snid voynge ni such monthly wages to be paid pursuant lo ihe laws or ordinance» in force In New South Wales ; and they the said seamen and tnitriners dr> hereby promise and oblige themselves to do their duty and obey the lawlul commnnds of their officers on board the said ship or boals thereunto belonging, us become good and faithful seamen and matinert; and at all places wlt-T- ihe sahl ship shall put in or anchor during Hie said ship's vnyare,t&lt;t do their best endeavours for the procrvalhiu. of the said ship and ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 April 1832
MARRIED.—On the 23rd ultimo, at St. James' Church, Captan. Finnis of the Elizabeth, Whaler, to Mrs. Cameron, widow, of O'Connell-street, Sydney. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; BIRTHS.—At his residence in Hunter-street, yester- day morning, the Lady of Richard Jones, Esq., of a son. &nbsp; On Friday last, the lady of M. Phillips, Esq. of a son. DIED.—Suddenly, of the croup, on Tuesday morn- ing last, aged two years and five months, Sarah Han- nah, fourth daughter of Mr. Lancelot Iredale, of George-street. On Thursday, at Mrs. Garratt's, Prince-street, Thos. Kent, Esq. the discoverer of the tanning qualities of the mimosa bark in this Colony. Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS, AND FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES (Sole Proprietors.) No. 5, KING STREET, SYDNEY. NEW SOUTH WALES. &nbsp;
Government Notice, Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 27th March, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 April 1832
Government Notice, Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 27th March, 1832. HIS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. Frederick Crewe Has- well, to be Clerk to the Bench of Magistrates, and Deputy Post Master, at Bong Bong. His Excellency has also been pleased to appoint Mr. Francis Beddek, to be Registrar of the Court of Re- quests, at Windsor. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAY.
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending 7th April. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 April 1832
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of '? FARM PRQDUCEfor the Weelc ending 7th April. Wheat, best N. S. Wales .... o Do. second quality, do.O Do. third do. do.0 Barley, best ditto.o Maize, best ditto.O Colonial Tobacco, best.0 Ditto, »rcond qualll) .0 Potatoes, V. S, Wales., 6 0 9 p. but.ofCOlbs. 8 ditto ditto 0 ditto di to 3 ditto of 50fl,s. 3 do. ineaturetiit. 3 per lb. ditto per ton Butter, best »all.4 3 g per ewt. Cheese, good. g 4 - Pork, salt. I ]j Bacon,.-x 6 Ham,.?$ 0 ditto 0 ditto. 8 ditto .10 8 ditto W. C. P0DDEFOOT, Conmistión Aient Qeorg¿/trcet.
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market(Sterling) Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 April 1832
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. Ale, Eng.-H hil. 9/. a 10/. 0« do, doz. 14ral3* Colonial-Hhd. 60 a 80 do, doz, 6 a 8 Beer, Eng. -Hhd.fl/. alof. do. gal. Us alii Colonial-Hhd. 4fi c Í5 do. gal. 2 a 0 Biscuit,....percwt. 17 a 37 Blanket*, Col. p. pr. 16 a 30 Blue,.Ib.2 a 00 Biead,21h.limf,3d a Os.lid Butler, fresh....is 3 a 1 6 ?alt.0 10a 1 2 Candle»,,Mid».lb.l 0 a 0 00 Dips....0 8 a 0 00 Cattle, Bullocksea. Si 0* A 2/ 10* Working do. 5 O a 4 0 Cow. ,, 1 O a 2 0 do.in Milk ,, 1 10 a 2 lo Cal vee,....,, 6» a 8« Sheep." 8 a 10 P'g«.." 7 a IO do. roasting, 4 a 00 Cheeje,Eng.lb.2s3da Osod ". . "Co1, 1» 0 4 a 0 6 Cloth,Parramatta per yard,.... 1 8 a 0 0 Do. Bioad do. 3 4 a 0 0 Coffeegrnd. lb. 1 6 a 0 0 Eggs, per doz. long Flux, NewZca. ton, 16/ a 187 Flnur, toolba, fine Sndt Barker.ISsOd-ISsOd Longford, ..14 6 -12 0 Dixon,.15 O -te 0 Girard.14 O -12 0 Tickera, ....16 0-13 0 Hull.15 0 -13 0 Gordon, ....15 0-13 0 Green,.14 6 ...
MARKETS. THURSDAY, APRIL 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 April 1832
MARKETS. IHURSDAY, APRIL 5. I The supply of Market produce this morning was moderate, alterations in price had taken place in several articles 2130 bushelsof wheat were disposed of from 4s. Cd. to 6s. 6d. per bushel. Maize of good quality was a shade higher. Barley, Oats, and Rye, without altera' tion. Dairy produce generally on the rise. Potatoes lower than our last quotations. Cattle and Butchers meat without alteration. Colonial Tobacco in request at good prices. Wool in demand for cxpoi tation.
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 April 1832
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. Stock on hand 24th ult., B. P- rum, 74 3Î0 gallons; brandy. 25,159 pallóos; gin, 6,640 gallons; other spirits, 4,&lt;J13 (¡allons; tnbaci-o, 54,718 pounds. Received during the week, B. P. mm, 4,010 gallons. Delivered for home consumption, B. I*, rum, 4,037 gallons; brandy, 205 gallons; gin, 280 gallons; to- ñeco. 3,437 pounds. Delivered for exportation, B. P. rum, 62 gallons ; lobneco, 446 pounds, Stock on hand 31st ultima, B. P. rum, 74 261 gallon«; blandy, 24,954 gallons; gin. (1,366 gallons ; other spi- rits, 4 0.13 gallons; tobacco, 50,835 pounds. April», 183«.
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 April 1832
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Van Diemen's Land News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 April 1832
Van Dienten'« Land Newa We have received by late vessels the Launceston Advertiser, to" the 28th of March, from which we extract the fol- lowing : Hobart To« n, March 17.-Airived on the 2îud. the ship Gilmore, 500 lons, Callum lames Berry, from London, «7llrof November, willi SSO mal« pilsoneri>. The guard consists ol 3D rnnk add tile of the 4111 nnd 63id regUnedls, under the command ol Captain Camp hell, of the -lilli and Ensign Jerrclt, also 3 women and 4 children. . i J* nee ol Grain, at I nuncastoii.-Wheal. 4s 6d to 3s ; Harley,4s 6d. to 3s. Oatt &s. to5s. Cd. Flour,(best)löa. per cwt., ditto (second») 141«. The Socrates, William Gibbons, Commander, burden 151 tons per register, liai beni'lilted out in England for tins piuco, and her reglsli r as a vessel belonging lo the Port of Launceston, has been received at tue Custom Home, The brig Brenda from Liverpool, wns loeton the 12th of March last on Swan Island, Bass's Straits. The crew and pussnngeis weie saved, sonic p...
INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 April 1832
INWARDS. NAVCY, loton», Curtles, Hawkesbury, sundries BRISB/INE, l8 tons, Maraspin, Kulla Dolla, cedar GLATTON, 16 lons, Maloy, Newcastle, coal» ENDEAVOR, 14 tons, F.veringiiam, Hawkesbury,grain SHAMROCK, V) tons. William«, Newcastle, coals MONITOR, 20 ton», Clnvell. Newcastle, coal» JOHN. 8 ton«, I'wlhle. Ilawkesbuiy, grain SOPHIA CANE, 156 tons, Biddulph, Newcastle, aun- arte» WILLIAM THE rotXRTH. S3 tons, Taggart, Newena Ue, Mindrie» SHAMROCK, 29 tons, Williams, Newcastle, coals I.AMRTON, 62 lons, Corlette, Port Stephen», sundries MdRV At/If, II tons, Sweeney, Illawarra, sundries
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 April 1832
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. Batavia.-ELIZABETH, 506 tons, Lamb it Co. agent», this day. ? FLORA, «39 ton«, Dawe», Gore, Se Co, agent», 7tit instint. London-BRILLIANT, 107 ton», George Bann agent, this day. ' -CAROLINE, SOO tons, Dawes, Gore, At Co. agents, loth instant. DRYADE, îùB lons, Manden it Flower agent», toth instant. Coastwise from the 20th ult. to the 2d Instant, inclusive.
EXPORTS. Vessels Cleared from the 26th ult, to the 2d Inst., inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 April 1832
EXPORTS. Testéis Cleared from the 20th ult. to the 2d Ins t., inclusive. THISTLE (brig) SB ton», Young master, for Launceston, J IT planks cedar, 19 boxes soap, 3 ca«ks cheese, S tomb stones, 13 boxes glass, 2 cases stationery, 2 casks spice. Syhugssalt.S casksoalmeal 5 bags coffee, 75 chest!, 33 hall chests tea, 1 case appaiel, 1 bule calico, I case twine, 1 cask oil, 1 box peaches, D bags nails, 1 anchor, 1 chain, G casks tar, and »lores._ ELIZABETH (ship) 506 tons, Craigie matter, for Batavia, ballast.
LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—CIVIL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 April 1832
IsAW INTEÜIGEKTCE. SUPREME COURT.-CIVIL SIDE. MONDAY-Before Judge Dowling, and Messrs. Busby and Walker, Assessors. Macquoid v. Hughes.-This was an action to recover poundage fees, and commission paid on behalf of defendant to Mr. Douglass, the auc- tioneer, by plaintiff. The Cou it held the action not to be maintainable, and nonsuited the plain- tiff. Storey v. Thompson.-This was an action to recover £30, being wages alleged tobe due to plaintiff, as seaman on board the Georgiana, at the rate of £5 per month. The Court non- suited the plaintiff, on the ground of informality. Mr. Rowe for plaintiff; Mr. Wentworth for defendant. Clegg v. Whally.-This was an action to recover £31 4s. for refreshments supplied to defendants. A set off was filed to the amount of £10 16s. which was admitted. The debt accrued from supplying the defendant and family with refresh- ments, &c. when coming to the Sydney Market. The Assessors found a verdict for plaintiff, £20. TUESDAY.-Before the Chief...
IMPORTS. Reports from the 26th ult, to the 2d Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 April 1832
IMPORTS. Reports from the 26th ult. te the 2d Instant, inclusive. March ÎB.-GUIDE (brig) 147 tons, Ashmore master, from New Zealand, Ibe Master agent, 18 lons flax, K. Jones k Cn. ; 10 lons flax, Order. ? PORTLAND (ship) 385 tons, Ascongh mas- ter, from Londun, A. U. Spark agent, male prisoner» und Government slot es. Apiil 3.-CAROLINE (schooner) C8 tons, Anrlim mat- ter, Oom New Zealand, Qemgc Bunn agent, 13 ton» ml, 600 sealskins, 10 tons flax, 5 cwt. whalebone, - 4,000 feet deal», George Bunn.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 April 1832
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.' ARRIVALS, ; ; . From Norfolk Island, on Sunday week, the schooner Isabella. From London, on Monday last, whence she sailed the 28th November last, the ship Sovereign, 398 tons, Captain M'Kcllar, with a cargo of mer- chandize. Passengers, Mr. ond Mrs. Jacobs, Miss Jacobs, Mr. Weiglitman, Mr. Alfred Ilurday, Mr. and Mrs. dewitt, Miss Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. Hay- ward, and four children, Misses Uther, Mr. Bell, Mr. Norris, 45 Chelsea pensioners, 10 women, and 8 ohildrcn. From Dublin, the same day, whence she sailed the 27th November, the ship Captain Cook, 451 tons, Captain Steward, with 198 male prisoners. Surgeon Superintendent, G. Johnston, Esquire, K. T. S. The guard consists of 1 sergeant, 1 cor- pora], and 8 privates of the 4th Regiment, 8 pri- vates of the 17th Regiment, 3 women, and 2 children, under the orders of Lieutenant Gibbons, of the 49th Regiment. Passengers, Mrs. Gib- bons, and 3 children. From London, via Hobart Town, on Tuesday last the barque Wa...
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, APRIL 9th, 1832. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 April 1832
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, APRIL 9th, 1832. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." WE havo this day presented to our readers a Letter from a correspondent on the Act now before the Council, for the prevention of the Scab in Sheep. We were compelled to postpone an article on this subject, last week, through the press of matter ; and are glad to see that our Country readers, of whom "Melibous" is one, have turned their attention to this point, which U one of vital importance to the staple trade of this Colony. That some enactment is absolutely required to prevent the extension of an evrl, which ia a few months may ruin a sheep owner, whether by accident, or by wanton out- rage, or by culpable neglect, is a point on which there can be only one opinion. The purity of the breed, and the fleece, as well as the healthful preservation of their flock, is as much the property and capital of sheepmasters, as wheat is of the farmer, or as manufactured stuffs aro the capital of the tradesman and...
Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 April 1832
Weekly Meteorological Table. The WEATHER, and Variations of the THERMOViE TER, during the past Week, in Sydney, at C in he monnng, at noon, und at 6 o'clock in the cvem m. Mun. i a. m. Rainy OH SE Pine 71 ENE I'll or».I Fridu 0 a. m 6 a. ii NNE Sultry 74 W N W Sultiy 73 NW ¡sut. 6 a. m Sultry 7* WNW It noon\ Cloudy 78 EST, ENË IS noon Windy 77 N Î non Sultry 77 Calm lu noon' Windy 80 NW tnoon Fine 8 p. m Cloudy 70 £ 6 p. m. Cloudy 73 EN 12 6 p. m Sultry 71 N by W o p. m Misty 73 1.SE ¡fl p. m .Fine 70 WNW ,Merni Temperature, 7'l. The Number of 'NEW SUB- SCRIBERS' added this Quarter to the *' SYDNEY HERALD " clearly proves the discrimination of the Public in supporting this econ- omical Journal. j
Vessels entered outwards from the 26th ult, to the 2d instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 April 1832
Vriselt entered »uheards from the 26th vit. to iht 2d instant, inclusive. March Î7--JOLLY RAMBLER, 58 ton», Brljoall agent, for Launceston. ,. . ?- . .PYftAMUS, Sol ton», Dawes, dore, & Co. »gents, for Launceston. .-19_ELIZABETH, 300 ton», Lamb te Co. agent», for Batavia. Aprils_LORD BYRON, 208 ton», W. Morgan agent, (or Liverpool.