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Official Documents published by Government during the past Week, and copied verbatim from the Government Gazette. Government Order Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 13th April, 1832. REWARDS FOR APPREHENDING RUNAWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 April 1832
OJfîcial Documenta published by Govern- ment during Ute past Weck, and copied verbatim from die Government Gazette. Government Order Colonial Secretary's Offlcc, Sydney, lOlh April, 1832. REWARDS FOU APPREHENDING RUNAWAYS. HIS Excellency the Governor in Coun- cil having taken into Consideration the system m picuiiinry rewards hitherto adopted in this Colony lor Hie nppiehenslon ot runaway convicts, is pleated to direct that the following regulation« he established, »ml those now m force annulled, from and alter tliesotli day of April instant :- I 8. lor life appreiieiisiou and conveyance befoie a Magistrate of every'innaway convict, who shall hilve been nbsenl twenty-four hours or upwnrdt from Go I v.ern1,nent work, or the service of an individual, there shall be paid u» n reward the »uni of ten shillings, 1 which sum may be increased to twenty shillings, If the Magistrate before whom the convict is taken shall consider, that from any pnitioular circumstances at Unding the caplnre, ...
FORM A. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 April 1832
FORM A. Liistricl or ) T, one of His J Majesty's Justices of the Pence for Hie territory of New South Wales, nctliig in llie sold dis. trict, luieby certify, lliut A. I), has this day appre- hended mid brought before me the body of C. D., proved bclore me to be a runaway from ; and I do thcrefoie adjudge lum, the said A. B., a reward of shillings, under the authority ol' the Government "Order of the 131' April J832. Given under my hand, at lins dny of l8
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 April 1832
Fublio Notice. Colonial Secretar)'! Office, Sydney, 17th April, 1B32. TICKETS OF LEAVE. THE undermentioned prisoners of the Ciown have obtained tickets of leave since the last day ol publication, viz. County of Cumberland. AIRDS.-Locking» John, Marquis Hastings, 2; Mara Thouin?, Castle Turbes, 2 ; Tasker John, Marquis Hastings, I. APPIN-Healy Daniel, Eliza, 3; Newell John, Royal Charlotte. CAMPBELL IOWN.-Hudson John, Canada. COOK'S RIVER.-Hickman William, Reeoveiy, I. LIVERPOOL.-Hobbs Jumes, Hindostán ; Kean Thomas, lUcoveiy, 2, M'Caun ¡simon, Countess Har- court, 4; Poulton Junie., Eliza, 2 ; llobcits Ilichaid, I'loreiitiii, I j Kobeits William, Sir William Bensley PARRAMATTA.-Ashciolt Oeorge, Baring,«; Decket James, Mannus ; Fowler Thomas, Dick ; Hen- nessy Arthur, Eliza, 3 ; Pope Henry, Albion, 1. PEN III I'll.-Bales Thomas, Mangles, 1. RICHMOND.-Bulger Waller, Maiquis Huntly, 2. SOUTH CHEEK.-Hayden Patrick, Maures, 4; James Joseph, Baring. SYDN L\ .-Clarke John, 1, Ocean,2 ; Cla...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 April 1832
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. A new punt is in a forward state for the Emu Ford. It is building by Messrs. Marshall and Cooper. Mr. Hugh Weightman, an Attorney of the Court of Westminster, has posted at the door of the Supreme Court, his intention of applying on the 1st day of next Term, for admission to prac- tice in that Court. The Government tender for 240 tons of salt beef, will require about 1,300 head of cattle. Mr. Icely's horse, Chancellor, has been pur- chased by Dr. Fattorini, for ¿£200. So far from sly grog selling being suppressed by the extended number of licensed nouses, it appears on the increase, as twenty-seven con- victions took place during the last quarter. The order for the sailing of the Isabella, to Moreton Bay, was suddenly countermanded on Saturday week, and her cargo discharged, for &nbsp; the purpose of conveying invalids to Port Mac- quarie. The only whaler seen, of late, by the Wood- lark, was the Lady Rowena, with 650 barrels of oil on board. The loss ...
POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 April 1832
POLICE INCIDENTS. MONDAY.-Henry Giblit,a lad about 14 years of age, was charged with decamping to the Races, where he was captured sporting his blunt like " a lad of the Turf," * Four to one upon Chancellor,'" shouted Mr. Giblit, when the arm of a constable laid roughly upon his shoulder, closed his potato trap, and he was marched to Sydney_15 lashes for absconding. Mary Sullivan, endeavouring to extort the " homage of a tear," from a fellow-servant, by striking her a smart blow on the eye, was sent to be reformed in her manners for 1 month. Ann Smith, for washing her gills in a cup of rosy wine until their hue assimilated, was order- ed to take a share in the Joint Stock company for 2 hours. TUESDAY.-Henrietta Godfrey, a blue stocking, for being picked up on the Race Course, on &nbsp; Sunday evening, with the intention of getting bleached, was sent to take the air in the country for the month.
Van Diemen's Land News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 April 1832
Van Diemen Land News. By the London we have received the Colonial Times, Courier, and Tas- &nbsp; manian, up to the 7th instant, from which we make the following Extracts: The Norfolk, Captain Henniker, arrived at Hobart Town on the 31st March last. APRIL 2.-Arrived the ship Royal Admiral, 414 tons, Captain Fotheringham, from Portsmouth 27th November, with a general cargo, and 16 passengers &nbsp; for Hobart Town, and the following passengers for Sydney:-Miss Ferris, Miss Ann Ferris, Mr. Henry Ferris, Mr. Harvey, Mr. Coke, Mr. Romer, Mr. De Baker, Mr. Halliday and 2 children, Mr. Powley and child, and Susan Murray. &nbsp; The brig Socrates, with goods from London, London, arrived at Launceston on Wednesday, April &nbsp; 5 ; and the ship Forth, from Liverpool, was at George Town, waiting for the pilot at the same lime. We have much pleasure in announcing that His Excellency Lieutenant Governor Arthur, with that zeal for the prosperity of the Colony by ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 April 1832
BIRTH.—At Sydney, on the 18th instant, Mrs. H. F. Drinkwater, of a daughter. On the 13th instant, in Bathurst-street, Mrs, Francis Stephen of a son. On Tuesday the 17th instant, at the house of F. Mitch- eil, Esq., George-street, the lady of Mr. William John Willson, of a son. On Monday last, Mrs. George Morris, of the Crown and Anchor Tavern, George-street, of a son. &nbsp; DIED.—On Thursday, the 19th instant, Mary, the wife &nbsp; of Mr. Samuel Lyons, of George-street, aged 23 years, leaving 3 children. &nbsp; Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS, AND FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES (Sole Proprietors.) No. 5, KING STREET, SYDNEY. NEW SOUTH WALES.
Army. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 April 1832
Army. 4th FOOT.-Captain Foster. Evans, from the 20ih regiment, to be Captain, vice Campbell, who ex- changes. 63rd FOOT.-Henry Joseph Swyny, gent., to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Elton, appointed lo the 4lh regiment. 39th Foot.-Lient. Thomas Meyrick to be Captain, without purchase, vice Barker, deceased ; Ensign Charles Berg. Lloyd lo be ' Lieutenant, vice Meyrick ; Ensign Lauderdale Maule lo be Lieutenant, without purchase, vire Berkley, deceased; Robert Spencer Boland, gent, lo be Ensign, vice Lloyd; Geo. Hughes Wilkins, gani, to be Ensign, vice Maule. GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY, APRIL 13, 1831.- A paper was read, dated at Sydney, New South Wales, 14th October, 1830, and titled, "An account of the &nbsp; limestone caves at Wellington Valley, and of the situa- tion near one of them, where fossil bones have been found :" by Major Thomas L. Mitchell, F. G. S., &c. Surveyor General of New South Wales. Wellington Valley is about 170 miles west of New- castle on the eastern coa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 April 1832
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Sydney, 5s. per Quarter.-Single Numbers, 7d. Country,Cpostage includedJGs.Sd. per Quarter. J TERMS OF ADVERTISEMENTS. lor Eight Lines and undtr, 2s. (jrf" and Irf. each, for all above ; for crery insertion FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER, THE Ship PORTLAND, A 1, cop- pered and copper fastened, burthen 385 tons, William Ascough, commander. She will be ready for sea in three weeks, and has excel- lent accommodation for Passengers. A. B. SPARK. TOR HOBART TOWN. To Sail in Fourteen Days THE fast sailing Brig AMITY, WILLIAM CUHRY, Commander, 148 Tons Register.-For Freight, apply to LAMB, BUCHANAN, & CO Castlereagh street,? Will Apnl. 1B32 S FOR THE MAURITIUS. THE Sovereign, Captain M'KELLAK, ¡ R. N., Commander, will positively sail for the above Port on the 3rd proximo.-For Freight or Passage, apply to the Commander on board ; or, to GEORGE BUNN. Sydney, April 19,1832. FOR LIVERPOOL DIRECT, To Sail on the 1st May. THE fine Brig LORD BYRON, 208 tons register, JOHN FR...
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 April 1832
NEW SOUTH WALES. From a Parliamentary paper just published, it ap- pears that the average expense of transporting n con vi« to New Soutli Wales, winch wa», In 1827, twenty four pounds one shilling und sixpence, is now con- siderably under 2t/., and that the »veruge expense ol actually maintaining mid clothing a mule convict, lhere was, In 1tl'.!l, Si/. On. ltd., bul that now it does not ex- ceed 7/. 3s. The total numbei of mule convicts in the Colony on the 1st of November, lu?u, including those nssigned to individunls and those allowed lo provide for themselves by u ticket nf leave, was 14,155 The tulul nuinbei ol feinule convicts under the sutne circumstances was 1,511 Total. The total expense of the Government of the Colony, in the year 1829, is stated to be. Of which was contributed by the Co- lonial Revenue . Leaving to be borne by the Govern- ment, u total of. £206,505 13 0 Which sum, divided by the number of convicts main- tained in the Culuny, gives II/, ¿s. 6d. us tile expe...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. (From Papers of the 22nd of December.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 April 1832
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. . (From Papers of the 22nd of December.) GÊNERAI. POST LETTER ROBDERY.-Since the examination of Barret, the Oencral Post letter sorter and carrrer, m MarltiorOngh-street Offlce, on Saturday, the particulars of which appeared in our l>aiier of Monday, the inspectors of the C division of police have been actively engaged in endeavouring lo ascertain the extent of the robbery. On Sunday night Mr. D'Kee, fiom in foi minion which he had icceived, proceeded to a house in Princes street, Llsson Drove, .where Barrel lind slept an the night previous to Ins being taken into custody; nnd on making a'forcible .entnince into a buck room, . lhere discovered the . l*o»i Olilcc uniform nf Bat ret concealed under the ned. Th« pockets were examined, and upwards of thniy letters, addressed to different individual-, were found-therein. Among them was found the letter in which the Kill of hxchnngu ior idol, which was pro nurrel at lim rxamin.ilinn tit" the prisoner, had been enclosi...
LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. THE KING'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 April 1832
LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. THE KING'S SPEECH. " My Lords and Gentlemen, " I have called you together that you may resume without further dela>, the important duties to which the ciicumslances ol the times require your ¡mine díale attention , and I sincerely regiel the inconve menee which I am areli aware you mull experience from so early a renewal of jour labours, aftrr Hie short interval allowed j ou for repose from the fa- tigues of the lasl session. " I feel it to be my daly, in the first place, to re. commend to your most careiul consldeiation the measures which will be proposed to-) ou for a Ile form in the Commons House of Parliament, a speedy and satisfactory settlement of this question becomes dailv of more pressing importance tu the security of the State and to the contentment and welfare of my eopple " I deeply lament the di'tress which still prevails in many pans of my dominions, and foi which tilt pre. sirvalionof peace both at home and abroad will, under ihe blessing of Di...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 April 1832
ONE POTTND REWARD WHEREAS, on leaving; the Baptist Chapel, in the rear of Mr. Hart's premises, in Pitt. street, about the hour of I) o'clock, last night, the ' Advertiser dropped a small package, containing ELEVEN ONE-POUND NOTES. | The above Reward will be given on restoration of the money, at the Office of this Paper, or of the " Australian," , otherwise the parties concerned in feloniously pasting away or detaining the said notes, will be prosecuted to the utmost ex tremlty of the law. | AUSTRALIAN COLLEGE THE Council of this Institution have to announce that the First Lecture on Natural Philo- sophy, and Chemistry, will be delivered on Tuetday evening the 24th or April, at 7 o'clock, p m.. ia the large rooms of Underwood's Buildings, Church Hill, to be con- tinued on Tuesdays and Fridays, and that the first Lecture or Mechanics Course will be delivered on Saturday evening following, at eight o'clock, p m. Tickets for the Courses are to be had at the " Australian Stationery Wareh...
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending 26th April. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 April 1832
I RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of I FA RM PROD U CE for the Week ending 26th I April. £ i. d. Wheat, best N. S. Wales Do. second quality, do. 0 4 Do. third do. do,. 0 3 Barley, best ditto. 0 3 Maize, best ditto. O 2 Colonial Tobacco, best. 0 2 Ditto, second quality. 0 1 Potatoes, N. S. Wales. 4 IO Butter, best salt. 4 4 Cheese, good. 2 9 Pork, salt.*. I 17 Bacon,. 2 6 Ham,. S 0 3 p. bus.of 001b5. 0 ditto ditto 6 ditto ditto 0 ditto of 601 bs. 9 do. measiireint. 0 per lb. 0 ditto 0 per ion 0 per cwt. 0 ditto 8 ditto. 8 ditto 8 ditto W. 0. PTJDDEFOOT, Commtuton Agent, Qeorgc-ttrcet,
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 April 1832
PRICH CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. Ale,Eng.--Hhd.Q/. a 10/.0» do. doz. Utalii Colonial-Ilhd. 60 a go do. doz. 6 a 8 Beer, Eng. - Hhd.u«. alOi do. gal. 14«al5j Colonial-Ilhd. 45 a 55 do. gal. 2 a 0 Biscuit,....percwt.17 a 27 Blanket*, Col.p. pr. 16 a 30 Blue,.lb.2 a 00 Bread, 21h.loaf,3d a 0s31il Batter, fresh....Is 0 a 1 3 salt.09 a 1 0 Candles, Mlds.lb. I 0 a 0 on Dips....0 7* a OOP Cattle, Bullocks en. 2/ lOr a 3/ 0/ Working do. 3 0 a 4 0 Cows,.. ."10 a 2 0 do.in Muk " 1 10 a 2 lo Calves,....,, 6/a 8r Sheep,....,, 8 a 10 Pig».. 7 a lo do. roasting, 4 a 00 Cheese, Eng.lb. Ss 3d a OsOd ", . "Co1, ,. 0 4 a 0 e Cloth.I'arrainalla per yard,.... 1 a a 0 0 Do. Broad do. 3 4 a 0 0 Coffee grnd. lb. I 6 a 0 0 Eggs, per doz. 1 0 a J 3 Flax,NewZea. ton, 16/ a 18/ Flour, 1001 bs. fine 2nds Barker, ....ISsOd-I3s0rl Longford, ..I» 6 -12 0 Dixon,.15 0 -12 0 Girard, ,...14 0 -12 0 Vickers, ....15 0 -13 0 Hall.150 -13 0 Gordon, ....15 ...
MARKETS. Thursday, April 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 April 1832
MARKETS. I THURSDAY, APRIL 26. I The Market was most abundantly supplied with most descriptions of produce, the settlers having on hand a large quantity which could not be brought to Market the previous week, owing to the-unfavourable state of the weather. About 1500 bushels of wheat were sold from 3s. 9cf. to 5s. per bushel. Some samples of which were very good ; but, we are sorry that more attention is not paid to cleaning, as we perceive that clean wheat fetches a much higher price than the expense of cleansing would cost, besides being more satisfactory to the buyer. Maize was very plentiful, and generally good at from 2s. Cd. to 3s. per bushel. Barley and Oats were scarce and stationary in price ; a few good samples of the former would sell well. Vegetables were in firofusion, consequently were lower in price than ast week, We were glad to see some new Oranges which sold readily. Dairy Produce remained at about our last quotations, except Eggs which have fallen from 2s. to Is. ...
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 April 1832
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. Stock on hand 14th instant, B. P. mm, 90,824 gal- lons ; brandy, 23.6.19 gallons; gin, 7,371 gallons ; other spirits, 4,933 gallons ; tobacco, 40,598 pounds. Received during the week,B. P. rum, 10,003gallons; brandy 390 gallons; gin 1,101 gallons. Delivered for home consumption, B. V. rum, 3,748 gallons; brandy, 252 gallons; gin, 239 gallons; other spirits, 105 gallons; tobacco, yt¡4 pounds. Delivered for exportation, B. P. 1111111,337 gallons; brandy, 138 gallons; gin, 120 gallon» ; tobacco, 530 pounds. Stock on hand 21st instant, B. P. Ram, 102,832 gal. lons; brandy, 23,641 gallons; gin, 8,253 gallons oilier spirits, 4,828. gallons ; tobacco, 45,084 pounds. April 23,1832.
Vessels entered outwards from the 16th to the 23rd Instant. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 April 1832
Vessels entered outwards from the 16th to the 23rd . j Instant. April 17.-VENUS, 288 tons, Atpinal and Co., agents; South Seat -l8.-ISABELLA,580 tons, Lamb and Co., agents; Ceylon. -19.-OLATTON,l6 tous, W. R, Dale, agent; Hew Zealand. --MARY JANE, Î40 tons, J. B. Benington, agent ; South Seas.
EXPORTS. Vessels entered outwards from the 16th to the 23rd instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 April 1832
EXPORTS. Vessels entered outwards from the 16th to the 23rd instant, inclusive. IISABFLLA.579 tons, Wiseman, matter, for Ceylon, m I ballan ami stores. I ELIZABETH, £>l tons, Hart matter, for Launceston ; li case* gin, 1 barrel liqueurs, 40 pipes, 12 half pipes, 14 cases wine, S chests, 4 half chests tea, 14 cases candles, 5 packages soap, 3 raset cheese, 5 keg* bat- ter, 4 casks earthenware, 1 ton shot, S eases bau, 2 bales slops, I cote punts, and störet, GLATTON, 16 lons, Dale master, for New Zealand ; 9 lons coals, 1 package wine, 1 fowling piece, 16 packages furniture, and stores.