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COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 16th to the 23rd Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 April 1832
COMMERCIAL NEWS. -+ Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 16th to the 23rd Instant, inclusive. April l8.-GRECIAN Lrig, 2IS lons. Smith master, from London, Marsden and Flower, agents; 50 bar- rels pitch, 50 jars oil, 1 case bunting, 85 casks gun- powder, 8 try pots, 2 copper coolers, 2 casks iron* mungery, 2 casks rope twine, ice, 4 bales sail cloth, 1 bale linen, 1 case printed cottons 2 bales blankets, 1 case charts, 3 canes apparel, 20 tierces pork, 2 tier- ces «barrels beef, 4 casks 38 coses wine, 25 barrels beer, %5 puncheons ruin, J. F. Church and Co. ; 1 case ribbons, 1 case apparel, 1 case books, 6 cases biscuit, 4 cases preserves, 3 cases 2 jars pickles, 1 case seeds, 1 case carpeting, 1 ense floorcloth, 1 case piuanoforle, R. Campbell and Co. ; I case apparel, 3 balts slops, Lamb and Co. ; I erato earthenware, 3 bales shirts, 4 bales blunkets, 2 bales cloth, 3 cases hats, I parcel papers, Marsden and...
PRICE OF FUNDS. BRITISH STOCKS. Dec. 22nd, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 April 1832
PRICE OF FUNDS. BRITISH STOCKS. Dec. î&lt;2nd, 1831. I Bank Stock, 101} 1J 2J ; 3 per cent. red. ann»., 0ÎJJ; | X per cent. con«, anns., »hat ; 3¿ per cent, anns (1818.) 8g| ; 3) per cent. red. ann«., 8gf}; New SA per cent 1 mint., »lint ; 4 per cent ann*. (lS'.'ö), 90j¡ ; Long anna. expire Jan. 5, 18.10, If) 0-16}: India bundi, 3 S 4 dil. ; Consols for opg., Jan. IO, 83}}}. EXCHEQUER BILLS. £1,000. 5643pm. £»00.563 pm. bittali.75 pm. - FOREIGN FUND». Panith bond« (1825), 3 per cent-, CiJJ 6; Portuguese Hegrnry Scup, 5 per cent., 1pm, par. J pin.; Kunian bondi, (182Î). 5 per cent., 99} ; SpnnMi bond«, 5 per cent., I+Ji; French rente», 4 per cent., 81 f.; Exchange, 25f30c; Fiench rente». 3 per cent , 69!; Enclmner, 531" 30c; Dutch exchange, 12 guild., í¿ per cent., 42JJJ. SHARES. Braiilian Company. Cj ; Brazilian St. John del Rey, 7 ; P.ngllih Mining, 2lf; Liverpool and Manchrslèr Railway, Î10 ; Canada, 30 29.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 April 1832
tSammlSáavíat ¿Department. MILITARY SERVICE. COMMISSAHIAT OFFICE, SYDNEY APRIL 24, 1832. ' TENDERS will be, received at this Office until Thursday, at Noon, the 17th Mav for the Conveyance of Military Bancaire, to and fro. between the Stations undermentioned, or au v oi them, duung the remainder of the present yeur. The «i^n.H .? ,"a4l»l»r«!''J' the f«le per Cwt.; it being under ., Ä"rnt CO"ver;nncc wl" "I1 at n,,y «me b« ... uired for a smaller quantity than the usual load of a one-horse cart, vi*., hve hundred weight, viz: Sydney-Longbottom-Parramatta- Wiseman's Ferrv-' windsor-Emu Hains -Spring Wood - Weather M"nS m»Abe''Tow"r,n,in8e.l|y-Cowpaslures-äong Bong-Ooulburn Plains-Also, between Maitland. Newcastle, and Tatrlck's and Paterson'. Plains. -.iïrt!î?r Pedlar« may be learned on application OB&UA1"""1 °ffiCe " S*dne'' °r '"ïS" . . JAMES LAIDLEY, Dep. Com, Gen. iMTomgpmro .ApvERTisEanaJTs i IMPOUNDED, at Maitland, on the 30th December, 1831, one red and white Heifer, br...
Van Diemen's Land News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 April 1832
Van Diemen'8 Land Newa. 00 By the Nereus, which arrived yesterday, we received the "Launceston Advertiser" to the I8II1 Inst. bul have only lune to extract the lollowing New» : Price of Grain--Wheal. 4» to 5s Cd. Barley, 5» lo 5» 3d. Odli, 5s Od to Cs. Flour, best IGs-seconds, Us. Sleal, II* per cwt. , The property ex Brenda, is fixed lobe sold on Satur- day Sill iiistnnt. NEW COLONY.-The Socrates, Cupt. Gibbous, ii to proceed to the new colony, al Pott Linooln, to- morrow, if possible. Mr. Trimlelt, of Mr, Reed's esta- blishment, prociedsas passenger. Tliirty-two tlioiinand acies of Government Reserve Land at Ro.s Billige, will be «old on the I2ih June, on llie following teims :-10 per cent. Ca«h-the remain- der in luo equal instalments not bearing internst, one wubin MX month«, and the other within twelve. Eliza Alder was found guilty of the murder, on the I3lh Oetntier last, of Mr. Brnjanun Horne, mu ot ti. Horne, E^qniie, Chiswick, and H as ordered for exi conon on Monday follow...
"Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 April 1832
"Weekly Meteorological Table. I TlirWRATIIERiiiid vari«tloii»i>niieTHF.RMOMRTKH, during the imsl week, in Sydney, at ö in the morning, at noun, and al G o'clock in the evening. Fine 61 WNW lues. I Wed. ni 6 a. Cloud) 64 Calm Fine GO W rim .* a. in. Fine 58 W da\ fi a. in Rainy Sat. î a. m Foítgy Go NW IS nnoti Fine 70 WSW ! noon Kiiiuy GB Culm IS noon Fine «8 Calm 12 no». Fine 6U F.SF, IS noo» Kain y r.v Calm ii noon Fine fi7 N 41 p. in, Fine fl« UN« o p. ni, Cloudy fiT NNW 0 p NI Fine 70 C Uni 6 p. 7 Fine (57 K R p. m, fi p. ni Misty Fine Gi (15 i N N A' I N N W Airan Temperature, 05.
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 April 1832
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. I I SUN I High Tide. April. Calendar. \ > 1st* | ieti | morn | rcr». ?1» | M I O KHiquhar ii. I717-- I o So I 5 «I | 8 IS | II 15 Moy._ 1 | T | si. Philip t¿ St. .lame» | 6 40 I & 20 | B 10 I 0 51 g I W | »allic.if Lin/f ii IRI3 ' (i 41 |0 If) I » IS I 0.17 ?I j I | IIIVI-IUKIII »I tm-criif. I ti 4-1 | a I» I '0 t) I I« -M *\V | Di I- Um row (I 1077 j 614 I || 5 17 | IO 35 | In IB j) .> | N. Binilirtpili lr d IB2I I fi 44 IS lfi| II I11II2S 6 | S I 2il hull, tillar Easter. | 0 45 | 5 15 | 11 4.'i | 0 I) Ni-w moon loth day, 1 minute pa«l 10 in the mum.
HIS EXCELLENCY'S VISIT TO LIVERPOOL. To the Editors of the "Sydney Herald." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 April 1832
HIS EXCELLENCY'S VISIT TO LIVERPOOL. -00 To the Editors of the " Sydney Herald." Gentlemen,-Yon will, no doubt, congratulate us on the honour Ills Excellency the Governor, was pleased to confer on us |n visiting Liverpool, yesterday, and the pleasure he evinced on his inspection of the vari- ous Establishments and Edifices that adorn our thriving town. His Excellency rode on horseback through the hush, calling on his way at the Orphan School, and arrived in Liverpool about two o'clock, amid the united cheers of the populace who had assembled on the Oreen to receive lum. His Excellency was pleased to confer the honor of a visit on our old and patriotic Magis- trate, Mr, Moore, finm whose house he proceeded to inspect the Hospital, Gaol, Barracks, Court House, the Church, and Lunatic Asylum. His Excellency con* versed with the gentlemen of the district who had at semhled lo receive him, and made himself acquainted with such subjects as tended to augment his already enlarged knowledge ...
To the Editors of the Sydney Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 April 1832
To Üte Editors of Ote Sydney Herald. OENTLEMEN.-Having heard nothing lately about | the proposed scheme of appointing District Surgeons throughout the Country, I venture to submit the foi. lowing statement lo the consideration of His Excel- lency the Governor, willi a hope that he will see the importance of adopting some measure to provide medical aid to those remote districts which are, at present, incapable of offering sufficient rémunération to a medical man by private practice alone. From the District of Illawarra to the Southon Boundary of the Colony, a distance of at least 150 miles along the coast, and from the coast to 40 miles Inland, there is not one medical man ; in that space there are above 1,000 persons, oi whom the assigned «eivants may be estimated at 000, the remainder is with a very few ex- ceptions made up of poor Settlers and their families. Tina, 1 admit, Oeuilemen, is (punning apart) an ex. treme case, but the evil is severely felt in other dis- tricts. Humanit...
LAW INTELLIGENCE QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 April 1832
IsAW INTELLIGENCE QUARIER SESSIONS. MONDAY_Before William Foster, Esquire, Chairman, and A. J. Ross, Esq. J. P. Cases of Appeal. The King v. George Daly.-The defendant in this case appeared to prosecute an appeal, hav- ing been convicted in a penally of .£30, and 7B. Od, costs, for selling spirits without a license. The defendant applied to the Court to post- pone the ti lal of the case, on the groun/ that a material witness was absent. The Chairman was of opinion such applica- tion were made, merely for the purpose of getting ' over to next session. They would not grant the application even on the best grounds, unless the money were paid into Court. By the Act he ' should have had the witness bound in recogni- sances to appear at the sessious. The case was then proceeded with. The defence set up by .the defendant was, that the house did not belong to bim, but failed. Tho Bench confirmed the conviction, and also awarded three pounds costs. Thomas Clarke appeared by Council to prose-...
ORIGINAL POETRY. FOR THE "SYDNEY HERALD." SONNET. SORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 April 1832
1 PRIqIKAL gQBTRY. j FOR THE » SYDNEY HERALD." SONNET. SORROW. The'deepest sorrow is not told By sighs, or tears, or outward sign. Words aio too feeble to dehne The sense which cannot be controll'd The limbs may be in crimson roll'd, Or lapped in budding beauty's aims The eye may rest on nature's charms, But still the heart is bleak and cold ; A weariness we cannot quell A loneliness we still must bear, Oppresses US where'er we dwell, More painful even than despair, Is that corroding, aching sense, By silence rendered more intense. H.H. April, 1832.
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 April 1832
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. We have received a letter from "Noah," respect- ing the late floods at Maitland, but owing to accounts having appeared some time since in the other Journals, we refrain from giving it publicity. We shall, however, always feel &nbsp; &nbsp; obliged by any future communications from Noah. The remarks of " VERITAS," on the Court of Re- quest, are perfectly just, but we are of opinion that the insertion would be attended with un- desirable consequences. " A SHEEP PROPRIETOR" is under consideration. " VEGETATION" shall be attended to. A great number of other Communications will be inserted as soon as we publish twice a week. ADVERTISERS are informed that all Adver- tisements will be inserted and charged for un- til countermanded in writing, unless a specific number of insertions be written on the manu- script.
LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. CHOLERA MORBUS. CONTROL BOARD OF HEALTH, Council Office, Whitehall, Dec. 21, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 April 1832
LATEST ENGLISH MEWS CHOLERA MORBUS. ! CONTROL BOARD OF HEALTH, Council Office, Whitehall, Dec. 21,1831. I Sunderland, Dec.Io.-Remaining at last report, 25 ; 1 new cures, 4 ; tola!, 29; died, 7 ; recovered, 8; remain- ing, 14. Total cures liom commencement of disease, 5-7 > deaths, 184. t . Newcastle, Dec. io.-Remaining at last report, 5.1 ; new cures. 7; total, 6o; died, 5; recovered, ly; re- maining, 36 ; total cures from commencement uf dis- eases, IIS; deaths, 41. I H ay ton Le Spring, Dec. l8-Remaining at last report, 3 ; new cases, 1 ; died, 1 ; remaining 3. Dec. io.-Remaining at last report, 3 ; new cases, 3; totrfl,5 j no deaths or lecovenes reported. Total ' cures from commencement of disease, 8; deaths, 3. j Segtull mid New York, Deo. J9.-No return received ol new eui es or deaths. Recovered, 5; remaining, 1 ; . lula! cures from commencement of disease, IS ; deaths, 6. (Signed) W. MACLEAN, Secretary. The cholera morbus has made its way np the Wile, on each bank of the ri...
POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 April 1832
POLICE INCIDENTS. &nbsp; &nbsp; MONDAY.--John Graham, with a potatoe trap that would have admitted the biggest cab- bage ever boiled, was charged with attempting to come it a la Logic, through the Sydney streets, under the influence of Max. When captured he was arrayed in a white upper benjamin, a Petersham tile, and his proboscis surmounted with a pair of green goggles. The Bench di- rected him to enrich the poor fund with five shillings. John thrust his hand into his pocket, but found a vacuum. He then tendered his specs, but the Bench declined a pawn, and he was handed to the stocks for two hours. Ellen Matthews, with a drop in her eye, was ordered to cash up for the offence. Ellen begged and entreated for a commutation, which the Bench complied with, by sending her to take the air for three hours. John McNamara, a very spiritual subject was escorted to the bar on a charge of singing " O, no, we never mention her," at the top of his voice, through the streets duri...
CAPS EXTRACTS. (From the South African to the llth February.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 April 1832
CAPS EXTRACTS. I (From the South African to the llth February.) To WooL-FAL'TOns AND MERCI! ANTS.-The un- dersigned will ha\e about lO.OOOIbs. of fine Wt.nl tor sale, and riariy for delivery at Poit Elizabeth, about the 101h Februnrj next. He will recuve lenders for the whole or a part mull the S5th Januar) next, speci f) ing the price, in British mom-j , per pound. The un- dersigned has also for sale 100 Merino Rams of a supe- rior breed, at the low price of 15«. per head, and 800 crossed Ewe», at 5s per head-It DANIEL. Fon NEW SOUTH WALES -The fine brig Ga ttlle isliouily expecied lo arrlie Irom Liverpool, and will have Immediate despatch for the above place. The Nile, an American vessel, arrived in the bay on Hie evening troin China She brought two tate copicsof the Canton Register, from «Inch the sub- joined extracts were taken bj the Port Captain, and poluel} sent to us for publication. They are both interesting and amusing.-Cape, Jan. SA. It appears also, from information whic...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 April 1832
BIRTH.—At her residence in York-street, on Tuesday last, Mrs. Gibbons, relict of the late Mr. Matthew Gibbons, of a son. On the 25th instant, at Raby, the lady of William Hampden Dutton, Esq. of a daughter. DIED.—On Wednesday the 24th instant, of the croup, Sophia Julia, daughter of the late Alexander Still, Esq. of the Colonial Secretary '. Office, aged 6 years. On the morning of Thursday last, at her residence in George-street, after a tedious and painful illness, &nbsp; Mrs. Greenaway, wife of Mr. James Greenaway, Architect. Mrs. Greenaway, since her residence in this Colony, has distinguished herself in the profes- sion she adopted—that of educating young ladies and will be long remembered and regretted, not only by her pupils, but by her numerous acquaint- ance, as an amiable and accomplished lady. At the residence of Mrs. Brunton, of Macquarie-street, on the 21st nstant, the infant daughter of Mr. Jo- seph Nettleton, aged six months. On the 24th instant, Mrs. Susannah ...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 April 1832
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. "| ARRIVALS. . From Port Macquarie, on M'ednesday last, the schooner Isabella. From Newcastle, the same day, the steamer Sophia Jane. From Launceston, yesterday (Sunday), the barque Nereus, James master, with2,500 bushels of'wheat. Passengers:-Capt. 'Townsend, 4th Regiment; Ensign Fortescue, ditto; Assistant Surgeon Pnrry, ditto; .Mrs. Lewis, and four children; and five steerage passengers. From London, same day, whence.she sailed in October 1830, for the sperm fishery, the barque Noormuhul, Capt. Taber, with 75 tuns sperm oil. From Launceston, same day, the schooner Prince Regent, Hassell, master. Lading, wheat. Passengers:-Mr. John Bateman, Mr. Francis Lord Dr. Sherwin, Mr. Joseph Kirkly, Mr. John Smith, Mr. George Dove, and Mr. Edward Williamson. DEPARTURES. For Ceylon and .Madras, on Monday last, the . ship Isahella. For Newcastle, the same day, the steamers Sophia Jane am] Willium the Fourth. For Newcastle, on Friday night, the steamer Sojihia Jane.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 April 1832
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ^ Sydney, Us. per Quarter.-Single Numbers, 7d. J .Country, (pottage includedjOs. 3d. per Quarter. J ' TERiïS OF ADVERTISEMENTS. For Eight Lines and iindtr, 2s. Uri., and ltf. L. each, for all above ; for crery insertion. FOR LONDON DIRECT. THE Ship PORTLAND, Captain Atcouch, A It burden S85 tons, lima only room for a few tom of light goods, (arrangements having been made for the icccptlon of tue Woodlark'» cargo of oil) and will sail fur London on or before the III day of Jane next. She has excellent accommoda- tion for cabin and steerage paMengcrs, and dimes an experienced Surgeon. For freight or passage apply lo A.B. SPARK, or, to WM. WALKEK & CO. rOR HOBAKT TOWN. To Sail in Fourteen Days THE fast sailing Brig AMITY, WILLIAM CORRY, Commander, 148 Tons Register.-For Freight, apply to LAMB, BUCHANAN, & CO Castlereagh street, ) leth April, 1832 J T FOR THE MAURITIUS. HE Sovereign, Captain M'ICELLAII, R. N., Commander, will positively.sail for th...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editors of the Sydney Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 April 1832
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editors of the Sydney Herald. GENTLEMEN, The following facts relative to the Eruptive Febrile disease which has prevailed among the Aborigines of this country may be received as genuine und au- thentlc. It was first noticed by an intelligent Agriculturist in August 1830, in some Blacks near the river Castlereagh. The same gentleman had heard of its existence more to the north, six months before. In October of that year it manifested itself at Wellington Valley, and in April last it broke out near the river Lachlan and in different parts of the Bathurst district; few escaping the infec- tion, except some very old persons who appear to have suffered from the disease in their youth, as indicated by the marks on their bodies, and a small number who had been successfully vaccinated. In October 1831 the disease was conveyed to Port Macquarie by means of a prisoner, who had absconded from Moreton Bay, and on his way met with a tribe of the Aborigines at Blac...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 April 1832
To he Sold hy Auction, ' ? BYMR. P. II. R'APSE Y, At the AUSTRALIAN HOTEL, George Street, on FRIDAY the 4th May, BLUE Jackets and Trousers, Duck ditto, striped cotton Shirts, fancy Handkerchiefs, rich Cut Glass, consisting of Dishes, Plates, quart and pint Decanters, superior sets of ivory handled Knives and Forks, Pen Knives, a few good Muskets and Pistols, Quadrants, Playing Cards, BY Sickles, and sundry other articles. AUSTRALIAN STATIONERY WAREHOUSE, And Circulating Library, Adjoining the Gasette Office, George-street, SYDNEY. WM. M'GARVIE begs leave to re- turn thanks to his numerous Friends and the Public, for the patronage he has received since his commencement in the BOOKSELLING and STATIONERY business, and informs them, that in addition to his former STOCK, he has received, by recent arrivals, a large assortment of Useful, Elegant, and Fancy STATIONERY, STATIONER Y. Superfine and second foolscap Imperial super royal, &c. Rojal writing paper Domy and medium do Post d...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 April 1832
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. The readers of the Sydney Herald will be pleased to hear the result of a calculation made of the number of letters contained in the three principal papers of the Colony, caused by the difference in the size of the type. The Herald, of Monday the 16th instant, con- tained about 183,170 letters. The Sydney Gazette of'the 17th ditto contained about 153,402 letters, being 29,664 less than the Herald. The Monitor of the 18th contained about 131,675 letters, being 51,501 letters less than the Herald. We understand that Mr. Mc Garvie has been &nbsp; permitted the use of the large Hall, in the gallery of the Scots Church, (formerly used as a school- room), for conducting his Lectures, which will be &nbsp; and more convenient than the rooms in Under- &nbsp; wood 's Buildings. The Hall is unconnected with the Church, and is spacious and well aired. The sperm oil belonging to the Nelson, and sold by auction, by Mr. Lyons, on Monday last, produced ...