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THE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 April 1832
THE RACES. THE much talked of 'Sydney Races' commenced on Wednesday at Paramatta. The day was particularly fine, and with its early dawn all was lively bustle and anxious preparation. The Race course was honoured by a fashionable assem- blage of the fair-we seldom have seen on any public occasion, in this Colony, so brilliant a display. So imposing and so numerous were the equipages ; so multitudinous the equestrians; the arrange- ments so excellent; that our imagination carried us on to Ascot or Epsom, His Excellency entered the course on horseback attended by his Aides des Camps at about 1 o'clock, and was received with every de- monstration of respect, three hearty cheers announc- ed his arrival. We observed-His Excellency's Carriage and four, containing the family of the Governor and part of the suite ; indeed all j the 'haut ton' within 200 miles of Sydney were present: and we are happy to add that so excellent , waa the sport, and the horses so superior, that we i predict our ...
Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 April 1832
"Weekly Meteorological Table. The WEATHEIl, and Variations of the THERMOWE TER. during llie pau Week, in Sydney, ni 6 in the murinng, ni nunn, and al 6 »'Clock in the evening. Mon. 0 n. in Cnol WSW Tuen. Tine Weil. |fi a. ... I'lne . Co W J lim»,( Fnduy 0 n. m 6 a. ill. Fine Fine 61 Culm Sm. / a. in, Sultry OS NW 1« noon llainy li noon' Fine 70 N 12 nun Fine 7« NNE IS noon Sultry 73 N Mnaon R.uny 70 NW 6 p. DI. Cloud} iß p. in .j I Fine OB Culm 0 p. in Windy 69 Nß « p. ml Fin 70 N 'I p. m Fine ö p. ni Cloudy Mean Temperature, 05.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 April 1832
Thomas Kent, convicted of arson, on the estate of Mr. Lithgow, was respited ort Thurs- day morning, a few hours previous to the usual time of execution. SCANDALOUS OUTRAGE,-On Wednesday, as a lady of great respectability, was walking in the Go- vernment Domain, with two children, she was attacked by one ot those miscreants who have lately infested that place for infamous purposes. The villain, how- ever, was obliged to decamp without effecting his diabolical design. Such outrages are scandaous, and we again call the attention of the authorities to protect the only place near the town where females and the chil= ren can take recreation On Thursday evening a person driving a chaise along George-street with considerable violence, brought the shafts of his vehicle in contact with &nbsp; the chest of a horse that was harnessed in cart, and which entered to the depth of some inches. The driver of the chaise backed his horse with the utmost nonchalance, and drove on without further...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 April 1832
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. A chaise, horse, and harness, were &lt;sold by public auction on Monday, for ¿614 10s. There are no less than seven appeal cases to be decided before the Chairman of the Quarter Sessions for selling spiiitsand liai bom ing pri- soners of the crown. A number greater than was ever before known. The Nereus is daily expected from Launceston with a cargo of wheat. So valuable has land become in the vicinity of Maitland Township, that £40 was offered, and lefused a few days since for an acre in that neighbourhood. So scarce were horses in Sydney, on the first day of the races, that two pounds were demand- ed, and paid for that day. The Quarter Sessions for the district of Syd dey, will commence to-moirow, (Tuesday.) A boaid is now exhibited in front of the house of the Lessee of the Sydney Market, on which are set forth, the dues demandable under the Act of Council ; by this wise regulation, all those misunderstandings and bickerings, which for- merly existe...
PARRAMATTA TOWN PLATE, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 April 1832
PARRAMATTA TOWN PLATE, For Horses of all ages ; Heats once round the Course, Entrance £2 10*. 1 1 Bcl> nda, by Skelton, 2 yrs. old.-N. Lawson, Esq. 2 3 Matilda, by Stceltrap, 4 do. do_H. Bayley, Esq. 3 2 Shamrock, . . . . 5 da do.-O. Hartley, Esq. 4 4 Boshy by Baron . . 0"do. do_Mr. C. Smith.
WENTWORTH'S PURSE OF £50. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 April 1832
WENTWORTHS PURSE or £50. Heals once round the Course. Entrance 5 Guineas. 1 I Lady Amelia, by Manfred, 3 yrs. old_H. Bayley, Esq. Q 3 Mitt Herald, by Herald, 3 do. da-Sir J. Jamieson, 3 'J Counsellor, by Carucrtoti, 6 do. do.-O. Hartley, Esq. The horses went round the course being a mile and above an eighth in 2 minutes, 20 seconds.
TWO YEARS OLD STAKE, OF £30. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 April 1832
TWO YEARS OLD STAKE, or £30. Once round the Course. Weights to be carried for this Itace,-Horses C7; Mares and Geldings al- lowed 3lbs. Entrance Five Guineas. 1 Helinda, hy Skelton, 2 yr». old.-Nelson IJIWÍOII, E«q. 2 Blacklock, by Cnmerton, 2 do_Grayson Hartley, Etq. 3 Fairlawn, by Camcrton, 2 do_Mr. John Gonult, Won easily by Belinda..
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 April 1832
I PROJECTED DEPARTURES. london-DRYADE, SCO ton», Mariden Bild Flower, agents, Ilth instnnt. London-CAROLINE, 300 toni, Dawti, Gore and Co., agents, 12th instant. lincupore-ARAB, îgo tons, Smith Bl others, agent, lilli instant. ' Hobart Town-HARLEQUIN, 71, ton», John tear month, agent, this day. London-ASIA, 336 ton», Lamb and Co., agent», 1st. May; New Zealand-CAROLINE, C8 ton», Get». Banu agent, Kill, ioitant.
SECOND DAY. £50 OR THE SEVENTH BRISBANE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 April 1832
SECOND DAY. £50 OB THE SEVENTH BRISBANE CUP. I For Horses of all Ayes. Heals twice round the course. Enhance Five Guineas ; the winner of any former cup to carry extra weight (not exceeding libs. J, at the I discretion of the Stewards ¡ second horse to receive 1 back his stake. Bennylong, the winner of a former Brisbane Cup to carry lib. extra. II Chancellor, by Stccltrap, î yrs. old.-T. Icely, Esq. 2 2 Bennylong, by Cainei ton, 0 do. do.-Sir J. Jamieson,
Vessels entered outwards from the 2nd to the 9th instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 April 1832
Vessels entered outwards from the 2nd to the Oth instant, inclusive. april s.-iiAKLEQUIN, 71 tom, J. Learmonth agent,. Hobart Town. -7.-ARAB, 290 toni, Smith Crothers agent, Stn capore. -9.-AMITY, J4U ton», Lamb and Co., agents, Ho bart Town -9.-CAROLINE,C8 ton», Geo. Bunn, ejent, New Zealand.
SWEEPSTAKES OF FIVE GUINEAS EACH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 April 1832
SWEEPSTAKES OP FIVE GUINEAS BACH. I With £25 added by the Club for Horses of au Ayes. Heats once round the Course. Entrance 1 Guinea. 2 3 11 Matilda by Stoeltrap, 4 yrs oliL_H Bayley, Esq 12 3 2 Velocipede, by Banoo, 4 do do-V Lawson, Esq Withdr /?/«ejs/&lt;w:*,byCamcrton,2do. do.-O Hartley, Esq 3 I 2 5 Boshy, by Baron, C do do.-Mr C Smith 4 4 0 0 Swivel, by Steeitrap, 4 do do -Mr J Jones. Wlthdr CAantr«or,bySteeHrap,2do do-1 kel), Esq This'was decidedly the best contested race, and was run in beautiful style. The horses were in good time and Veil managed.
MARKETS. THURSDAY, APRIL 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 April 1832
MARKETS. I THURSDAY, APRIL 12. A tolerable supply of produce of the best quality was olTered for sale this morning. 1,300 bushels of wheat produced from 3s. Od. to 5s. per bushel. Maiae was a shade lower and be- gins to appear in large quantities. Other Grain as our last. No variation had taken place in Vegetables, except in the article of Potatoes. A slight rise was effected in Cattle fit for the knife. No alteration iu Soap, Cau- dles, or Tallow. Colonial Leaf Tobacco in de- mand. Horses higher in price than last week. AVool for exportation at our last quotation. Settlers are principally employed iu breaking tip their wheat land.
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 April 1832
J o SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. Stock on hand 31st ultimo, B. P. rum, 74,«GI gallons ; brandy, 24,054 gallons; gin, (1,166 gallons ; other spi- rits, 4,913 gallons ; tobacco, 60,815 pounds. Received during the week, B. P. ruru,7,7&lt;H gallons ; gin,504 gallons. Delivered for home consumption, B, V. rum, 2,588 gallons ; brandy, 780 gallons; gin, 582 gallons; tobac- co, 2,100 pound». Dclivcied for exportation, gin, 63 gallons J tobacco, 87 pounds. Stock on hand Olli instant, B. P. rum, 70,467 gal- lons ; brandy, «4,111 gallons; gin, 6,288 gallons; other spirits, 4,033 gallon» ; tobacco, 4U,C48 pounds. April 9, IBS«.
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending 14th April. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 April 1832
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE for Ihe Week ending 14fA . April. £ t. d. Wheat, best N. S. Wales . Do. second quality, do.0 4 .1 Do. third do. (to.0 3 3 Barley, best ditto'..0 3 3 Maize, best dut«.0 3 0 Colonial Tobacco, best.0 2 3 Ditto, second quality ........ 0 1 9 Potatoes, N. S. Wales.(5 15 0 Butter, best sall.3 19 4 Cheese, good. ï Ct Poik, salt. ] 17 Bacon.2 6 Hum,. 3 0 p. bns.of (JOlbs. ditto dum ditto ditto ditto of Solus, do. meitsiircnit. per lb. dilto per ton 4 per cwt. 8 dilto 4 ditto. 8 ditto 8 ditto W. C. PUDDEFOOT, Commission Agent Oeorge-itreet.
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 April 1832
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. I SUN I High TMo April._Calendar. Sun. High tide &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; I« | M | Hiilfnu r|. I7M1.| IIB I ft IS H SO I li l~ 17 f r | Dr Frankston. »I. 17"». I 'i to I '.&gt; ?&gt;* I t/ »»I 9 JO &nbsp; 18 j W J... last plan of reform&lt;"?"?'..'!!'? j 0 «7 | S 33 | IO i | IO ga 10 1 1 | Alphege. j 0 8B | i Sg | II) «5 | 11 O tfO| V | Good Friday.| li vc) | S .11 | li Ifi j li 33 8)| S j Abelard died. 1142... | (I 1» | Ù lo | II JO j O 0 3Ï j S I Easter Day.I I) il | û «!&gt; | 0 SU | Ï 4b Last Quarter 22nd day, 17 min. past 2 in the afternoon.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 April 1832
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS.' &nbsp; &nbsp; from Port Macquarie, on Wednesday last, the cutter Sarah. From Newcastle, on Wednesday last, the steamer Sophia Jane. From the same place, the same day, the Steamer William the Fourth. DEPARTURES. For Newcastle, on Friday week, the steamer Sophia June. For Launceston, on Sunday week, the barque Pyramus. For London, the same day, the brig Brilliant. For Port Stephens, the same day, the cutter Lambton. For Batavia, on Monday last, the ship Flora. For Newcastle, on Tuesday last, the steamer William the Fourth. For London, on Thursday last, the ship Dryade, with a cargo of Colonial produce. For the same place, the same day, the ship Caroline, with a similar cargo. For the sperm fishery, the same day the ship Elizabeth. For Newcastle on Friday night, the steamer Sophia Jane._
POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 April 1832
POLICE INCIDENTS. MONDAY.-George Turner, a crusty customer, whose hair stood on end, like quills upon the fretful porcupine, when the slightest order was given by his master, which did not suit his taste, was sent to Murray's Academy for three days. Margaret Dixon, known among the knights of the staff by the name of " the Interesting," was sent to Gordon's third class for a month, in con- sequence of her habits of procrastination. Elizabeth Hawkins, for screwing up the strings of her cara sposas heart almost to cracking, by her unwise like tricks, was sent to amend her manners by three months residence at the Factory. Ann Greg, endeavouring to entice into her mistress's domicile a lad who was retiring from Church, by warbling to him, &nbsp; &nbsp; " Canst thou say farewell, love, And from thy Anna part," was sent packing to Mrs. Gordon's Seminary for a month. TUESDAY.-Mary Childs was ordered to dis- play her well turned ancles for two hours in the stocks, for becomin...
ANNO SECUNDO. GULIELMI QUARTI REGIS. (No. XVII.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 April 1832
ANNO SECUNDO. GULIELMI QUARTI REGIS. (No. XVII.) By His Excellency Major-General RICH- ARD BOURKE, Captain-General and Governor-in-Chief of the Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, and Vice-Admiral of the same, with &nbsp; the Advice of the Legislative Council. An Act for applying certain sums arising from the revenue receivable in New South Wales, to the service of the said Colony, for the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-two, and for further appropriating the said revenue. WHEREAS by a certain Act of Par llatnent passed in the ninth year of the &nbsp; reign of his late Majesty King George the Fourth, Intituled . An Act to provide for the Admi- nistration of Justice in New South Wales and Van Diomen's Land, and for the more effectual Government thereof, and for other purposes relating thereto," it was amongst other things enacted, lliut ull and every the powers and authonties vested by certain other Acts of Parliament therein referred to, or ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 16 April 1832
ANNO SECUNDO GULIELMI QUARTI REGIS. (No. XIV.) By His Excellency Major-General BOURKE, Captain-General and Govciiioi-in-Cliicf of the Tcnitory of New Souih M'aies and its Dependencies, and Vice-Admiral of the same, with the advice of the Legislative Council. An Act to abolish certain Oaths aud AiTii ma- tions taken and made in the Customs Depatt mentof His Majesty's Revenue of New South M'aies, and to substitute Declarations in lieu thereof. WHEREAS, by the laws relating to Hie hcv ernies ol Customs, nunn rous oulh» and solemn atlirniulions ure lequind lo be taken and made hy ti miers und oilier petson«; ami ft oin ihe Irequenl occusious on which such oaths and animations ure rtquued, and Hie consequent number llieieof adiniuisleied.lhe leverence and itspicl which should attach lo such solt mu obligations have been weakened, and their binding (ince not duly regaidid : And wheu-usit is expedient lo assimilate the laws ot New South Wales lo the laws lately passed in England, in thal r...