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Coastwise, from the 16th to the 30th Instant, inclusive. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 May 1832
Coastwise, from the iûlh lo the 30th Instant, inclusiee. INWARDS. PANDORA,27 tons, Biown, Newcastle, sundries. ADELAIDE, 30 tons, Mokes, Illawarra, cedar. BETSEY. 14 tons, Penlington, Cockle Creek, lime. MERMAID, 11 tons, Duois. Hawkesbury, sundries. MARY ANN, II tons, Sweetie), Illawarra, cedar, ile. HOPE, 24 lons. Brown, Newcastle, coal«. c. SOPHIA JANE, iS(i tons, Biddulph, Newcastle, sun diies. NANCY. 10 tons, Curtie«, Hawkesbury, sundries. SHAMROCK, 29 tons,\Wllliaiin, Newcastle, coals. WILLIAM IK, 53 tons, Taggart, Newcastle, sundries, LINNET, lo tons, Barker, Brisbane Water, sundries. S/7f WILLIAM WALLACE, 14 tons, Barnett, New castle, coals. SARAH, 14 tons, Le Bas, Newcastle, coals. MARY ANH.B tons, Welsh, Hawkesbury, maize. MONITOR, 20 tons, Clave», Newcastle, coals. ROVER, II tons, Malroy, Newcastle, coals. HOPE, ii tons, Brown, Newcastle, coals. BETSEY, 14 tons, Meadows, Brisbane Water, shingles. BEE, IS tons, Friend, Illawarra, cedar. ENDEAVOUR, J4 tons, Evenngham, Hawke...
POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 May 1832
I POUCE INCIDENTS. MONDAY.-A new chum named Flannigan, appeared before the Bench with a charge against his master, a shopkeeper in Pitt-street, for giving bim "shocking bad grub." The man s Ute I that among three servants, eight pounds of beef were set ved out, on which they were under the necessity of existing for five days. On another occasion, soup was made from a shin of beef for the family, while the servants had to luxuriate on the bones. These charges being substantiated, the bench informed the mas- ter that they should lay the whole facts before His Excellency the Governor. Ann Stephenson, with a laughing eye, and roguish leer, was sent to try Mrs. Gordon's fare fora month, she lefusingto finish her dinner without cheese, TUESD4Y.-Edward Crabstreet, as sour as Vinegar, who had been discharged by procla- mation only the previous Friday, was committed to take his trial tor stealing some flour. Margaret Pallas, on a charge of boiling, was sent to the Reform School for a month, ...
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 May 1832
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. Stock on hand, 21st instant, ß. P. Rum, 102,832 gal- lons; brnnriy,23,041, gullnus; gin,8.253 gallons ¡other spirits, 4 828 gallons ; tobacco, 45.084 pounds. Received during Hie week, other spirits, 41 gallons; tobacco, 6,011 pounds. Delivered for Home consumption, B. P. Rum, 3,321 gallons; brandy, »30 gallons; gin, 275 gallons; other spiiits, 17 gallon«; tobacco, 3,895 pounds. Delivered for exportation, B. P. Rum, 084 gallons; brandy, 520 gallons; other spirits, 65 gallons ; tobac- co, 162 pounds. Stock on hand 28th instant, B. P. Rum, 98,527 Kal- lona; brandy, 22,782 gallons ; gin, 7,978 gâtions; other spirits, 4,797 gallons; tobacco, 47,038 pounds,' April 30, 1832,
OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 May 1832
OUTWARDS. LINNET, IO tons, Baker, Brisbane water, sundi les. WILLIAM IK, 53 lojis.Taggait, Newcastle, sundries, BETSEY, 10 tons, Penlington, Cockle Bay, ballast. ADELAIDE. 80 lons, Stokes, Illawarra, sundries. LAMBTON, 6« tons, Corlette, Port Stephens, sundries, NORTHUMBERLAND, 1H tons, Cooper, Newcastle, sundries. ROVER, 11 tons, Malroy, Newcastle, ballast. BRISBANE, l8 tons, Marospin, Nulla Dolla, sundries. PANDORA, 27 lons, Brown, Newcastle, sundries. HOPE, 24 tons, Brnwn. Newcastle, ballast. SYDNEY PACKET, 84 tons, Drysdale, Newcastle, ballast. MARY ANN, II tons. Sweeney, Illawarra, sundries. MERMAID, 12 tons, Doors, Hasvl^sbury, sundries. SHAMROCK. 29 tons, Williams, Newcastle, ballast. SOPHIA JANE, 156 tons, Biddulph, Newcastle, sun dries. NAHCY, 10 tons, dirties, Hawkesbury, ballast, WILLIAM If., 53 lons, Taggart. Newcastle, sundries. LINSET, 10 Inns, Barker, Brisbane Water, sundries. ROVER, 11 ton«, Malroy, Newcastle, ballast. MONITOR, 20 tons.Clavell, Newcastle, ballast. SA...
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 May 1832
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including lust Thursday's Market (Sterling J Prices. Ale, Eng.-Hhd.Q/. alO/.Oj do. doz. 14ial5&lt; Colonial-llhd. GO a 80 do. do*. 0 a 8 Beer, Eng. -llhd.y/, alo/. do. gal, 14sal5> Colonial-llhd. ii. e. Í5 do. gal. 2 a 0 Biscuit.pcrcwt. 17 a 27 Blankets, Col. p.pr. 16 a 30 Blue.Ib. 2 a 00 Bieud,3lh.loaf,3d a Os.liil Baiter, fresh....os Ha 1 I salt.0 (lulo Candies, M Ids.lb.l O a 0 00 D¡ps...0 7i a 0 00 Cattle. Bullocksea. 2/10/ a 3/ O, Working do. .1 O a 4 O Cows,.1 O a 2 O do,in Milk ,, 1 10 a 2 lo Calves,..,.,, 6ia tis Sheep." 8 a 10 Pigs,.,, 7 a 10 do. rousting, 4 a Ol' Cheese, Eng.lu. 29 3d a Osud Col. " 0 4 a 0 C Cloth,l'ai rumana per yard.1 8 a 0 0 Do. Bioad do. 3 4 a 0 0 Coffee grnd. Ib. 1 6 a o o Eggs, per doz. 1 8 a I 0 Flax, N uwZea. ton, 16/ a 18/ Flour, lOOlbs. fine 2nd» Barker.15s0d-13HO,I Longford, ..11 6 -12 0 Dixon,.15 d -12 0 Oirurd, ,...14 0 -12 0 Vickers, ....15 0-13 0 Hall....._15 0 -13 0 Gordon, ....15 O-...
MARKETS. THURSDAY, MAY 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 May 1832
MARKETS. THURSDAY, MAY 3. A better or more plentifully supplied Market, we have not witnessed for some months. 1,000 bushels of wheat were disposed of from 3s. 9d. to 5s. per bushel. Maize has undergone a fall, and from its abundance, it is to be ex- pected to be still, lower. Barley, Oats,'and Rye, maintain our last quotations, the former is in request. Vegetables though abundant main- tain their prices. Butter is a shade lower. Eggs were at a considerable advance. Candles, Soap, and Tallow firm at our last. Colonial Leaf Tobacco in good condition, and well cured meets a ready sale. A fall to some ex- tent has taken place in Manilla Segals. Clean Wool of good quality is in request. Horses aie not much in demand.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 May 1832
BIRTHS.—On Monday last, Mrs. Macnaughton, of King street, of a son. On the 15th of August last, on board the Eamont, on her way to England, the wife of William Barton, Esq., of Port Stephens, of a daughter. DEATHS.—On the 30th ult., at her residence, South &nbsp; Creek, near Windsor, Mrs. Sarah Alcorn, an old and respectable inhabitant of the Colony for many years, leaving a numerous family to deplore her loss. On Thursday, the 3rd instant, James Barry, the infant son of Mr. James Alderson, of the Audit department. Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS, AND FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES (Sole Proprietors.) No. 5, KING STREET, SYDNEY. NEW SOUTH WALES.
EXPORTS. Vessels entered outwards from the 23rd to the 30th instant, inclusive. (Nil) Vessels entered outwards from the 23rd to the 30th Instant. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 May 1832
I EXPORTS. Vessels entered outwards'from the ZZrdlothe 30f7i instant, inclusive. (Nil)' Vessels entered outwards from the 23rd to the 30lh Instant. April 23-PORTLAND, 385 tons, A. B. Spalk, ogcnt, London. -21-GUIDE 145 tuns, R. Jones and Co., agent, South Sens. -25-SOVFREION, 308 tons, Geo. Bunn, agent, Maurlllu«. -26-GILMORE, 500 tons, George Bunn, agent, Batavia. -26-HARMONY', 373 tons, J. F. Church and Co., agents, South sens. -2(5-SEL-sON, 248 tons,-agent, South Seas. -20- BO LI NA, 245 lons, Dawes, Gore & Co., agents, New Zealand. -27-ENCHANTRESS, 401 tons, Lamb and Co.: agents, Batavia and Slncapore.
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney. April 30, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 May 1832
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, April 30,1832. HI S Excellency the Governor has been pleased to approve of the following alteration« in the Police of Hie Colony, vii. SYDNEY.-To be Constable«-John Duffey, free, from the 2nd of April ; Michael Kains, free, Irom the Aid, und Thomas Moore, free, from the 17III ; and Edward Corcoian and Peter Bullet, Constables, re- signed. LIVERPOOL.-James Ives and Henry Wilde, free, lo be constables, fioin the 1st instant, in the loom of Samuel Burr anil John Plunkett, dismissed. STONEQUARRY.-Abtuham Keeling, free, to be Constable, and to have charge of the Walchlioiisr», in the room of James Kuri, free, who is to be cou tinned a Constable, in the room of Thomas Jones, resigned ; tu bear date the 1st of May. BATHURST.-samuel Taylor, free, lo be Constable, in the room of Julin Harrison, dismissed, fiom the 1st instant. CAMPBELL TOWN-Thomas Clarke, free, to be di«missed from his situation as Constable. MERTON.-Johh Needham, Const...
Van Diemen's Land News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 May 1832
Van Diemen'» Land News. By the ship Royal Admiral, from Ho- bart Town, wc have received the Laun- ceston Advertiser to the 11th, Tasmanian to the 14th and 21st, and Hobart Town Courier to the 14th and 21st, from which we glean the following extracts : APRIL 13.-Sailed the ship Norfolk, W. Hen niker, lor Madia», willi Hoops on beard, and pus-eii geii Sailed, April 1C, the barque Auriga, 230 tons, Captain Chulmers. Laden willi ii full cargo uf Colo mai produce, for London. The Deveron, Captain Lovett, arrived this morning, 18th April, trom tire fishing gtuunds, alter au nbsenco ol 15 mouth*. She IIHS tin board upward* of 100 tims of »penn oil. The Cargo may he valued ni between 0 and £7000. Captain Lovett »poke the Caraline, ubnullwo months unce,"when Ciipl. Smith gave lum lo understand thal he was about proceed- ing m the 1III> of Islands, to complete hi« cargo. The Caroline had* on board between a anti 000 barrels of »perin oil. Wc are happy to leam that a branch of the Vim Dieme...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 May 1832
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. j From Livel pool, via the Cape of Good Hope, on Monday last, the brig Alexander, Capt. Green, with a cargo of merchandise. Passengers, Mr. Mair, Mr. Dingwell, Mr. Burry; 25 men, l8 women, and 26 children, Chelsea pensioners, and their families. From London, via the Cape of Good Hope, on Tuesday last, the barque Sir William Wallace. Lading, merchandise. Passengers, Rev. Mr. Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Broughton and 1 child, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Carter and 2 chil- dren, Mr. Brooks, Jane Beavens, Mr. Shepherd, Mr. Wyllie, Joseph and George Chitty, Edward Joseph, John Halket, 23 Chelsea pensioners, 6 women, and 2 children. From London, via Hobart Town, on Thursday last, the ship Royal Admiral, Captain Fothering- &nbsp; ham. Lading, merchandise. Passengers, Miss Ferris, Miss A. Ferris, Mr. H. Ferris, Mr. Har- vey, Mr. Roemar, Mr. D. Baker, Mr. Fothering- ham, Mrs. Haladay and 2 children, Susannah Murray, Miss M. A. Clarke, Stephen Thompson, Richard Sizemore,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 May 1832
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. "J Sydney, 5s. per Quarter.-Single Numbers, Td. J Country,(postage included)G».Zd. per Quarter.} TERMS OP ADVERTISEMENTS. For Eight Lines and under, 2s. Gil., and Iii. each, for all above; fur erenj insertion. rOB. X.ONDOKT DXXVECT, »HE Ship PORTLAND, Capt. Ascoucu, A 1, Bur- then 885 Tons, having nearly the whole of her Cargo en- gaged, will sail for London on or about the 20th Instant. She has excellent ac- commodation for Cabin and Steerage Passengers, and carries an experienced Surgeon. For Freight or Passage, apply to £L, B. Spark. FOB. BAIiS, THAT well conditioned, fast-sailing, and remark- ably strong built Vessel the Barque BEE, of 230 tons register, now lying oft* Mr. ?BETTIÎTGTON'S Wharf, Darling Harbour. She is coppered and copper-fastened, and is in every way, as regards hull, masts, yards, rigging, sails, anchors, and chain cables, well found» She was built in the King's Yard at Chatham, in the year 1818, and sold to the present owners, in August ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 May 1832
rvxtxTXTimx, unxuutY, *.c. PITT-STREET. Excellent and choice Household Furniture, with pro- bably the best selected Library ever yet offered at Public Auction in this Colony, also (by permission of the Proprietor, and for the convenience of Sale at the same time) will be sold, sundry valuable property of an Officer leaving the Colony, com- prising a Piano-forte, a small quantity of choice Wines, and outer effects. By Mr, BODSKTHJ&M, Upon the Premises now in the occupation of E. J. 'KKITH, Esq. Solicitor, to wit, Terry's Buildings, Pitt-stre&lt;*t, (Mr. Keith having removed to the late Offices of Janies Norton, Esq.) on MON- DAY and TUESDAY, the 14th and 15th instant, at 11 for 12 pu'cisely. MR. BODENIIAM respectfully announces1, that he is instructed to sell a large portion of valuable and well-made MODERN HOUSE- HOLD FURNITURE, consisting of a hand- some patent dining table, 12 feet by 4-5 ; chimney and other glasses, sideboards, secretaire, Brussels carpet made to ...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 May 1832
ETÍGIISH EXTRACTS. Jtinot, Duke of Ahrantes, was bom in Btir guud>, mid enlisted us n private soldier in a company of volunteer cunuuicrs of his department. At the siege of Toulon he was admired for on instance (if inticpidity that lins feldom occurred since, /lie re- doubt culled " Lessan« Culoltc«," defindcd by the english, had been attacked for several hours, but it« Are was still very troublesome to us, General Bunna parte ordered a battalion to tnkc it by storm. Although Junot did not belong to that battalion, he rushed lim of all into the ditch, climbed up the scarp, jumped into a redoubt through a battlement, killed two ca- nonic!« at a post, and by that means gave his compa- nion» time to join him. The redoubt was taken amidst cries of " The Republic for ever I" General »tiona paite mude him seijcaiit, and his hand '«riling being clever and neal, he made use of lum as lils Secrclaiy dining llie lemninder of the campaign. When I met lum for the first lime, lie was n Colone...
ISLE OF FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 May 1832
ISLE OF FRANCE. A Private letter, per Funchal, from the Isle of France, states as follows : The schooner " Nimble,"Captain Broad, will sail in a few days for Sydney .direct, with a cargo of sugar. The .. Harriet," sailed on the 1st ol March, for Ho- bart Town and Sydpey, willi a cargo of sugar. The " Caledonia" and " Saucy Juck," are in the Cape Trade, and have sailed with cargoes of sugar. Hie Queen of Madagnsctir, ha» prohibited European» from trading willi i hat Uland, consequently the Bul- lock Trade I rom thence lo the Isle of France i» com- pletely »topped. Mcichnnt ve»st-l« In Port, » William Wilson," for Calcutta, " Bel»ey,'', brig '. Margaret,"1 and ship " Mar- garet," for England. Ships of War in Port ; His Majesty's Ships, " Jas seur." " Talbot, and" Badger." The British Government, acting npon the Commissioner* of Enquiry, Mr, Bigge'» report, has ordered the Governor, General Sir-Charles Colville, G. C. B., to carry uto effect reirenchments so »weep- ing, that veiy many ...
LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—(CRIMINAL SIDE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 May 1832
LAW INTELLIGENCE SUPREME COURT.-(CRIMINAL SIDE.) TUESDAY.-The Supreme Court opened this morning, before Judge Dowling and the usual commission. James Gregory was indicted for stealing one watch, two seals, and one key, tbe pioperty of | Peter M'lnlyre, Esq., at Sydney, on the I9th of March. The prisoner pleaded Guilty, and per- sisted in his plea, although cautioned by the learned Judge that it would avail him iioth'mg. To be transported for 7 years. Thomas Hardy was indicted for stealing two one pound notes, in the dwelling-house of Wil- liam Welsh, at Sydney, on the 20th of February. -Guilty. The learned Judge in passing sen- tence, observed that his case was of so aggra- vated a nature, that he felt constrained to pass upon him the utmost penalty of the law, and ordered him to be transported for 7 years. Thomas Grover was indicted for stealing norn the dwelling-house-of John Langdon, two coats, five waistcoats, ten pair of trowseis>^-twenty four shirts, twelve pairs of stockin...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 May 1832
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. THE LECTURE.-On Friday evening, Mr. McGarvie delivered his fourth Lecture, which treated of the Elements of Matter, and Principles of Molió, in the large Lecture Hall, above the area of the Scots Church. This room has been taste- fully fitted up with seats and lamps, and being en- tirely distinct from tho portion of the building de- voted to religious services, forms perhaps the largest and most commodious Lecture room in the Colony, and we should wish to see it more fre- quently occupied for that purpose. Wc under- stand that gentlemen from the interior, remaining a few nights in Sydney, have expressed a desire that tliey might enjoy the benefit of partial attend- ance, and that Tickets might be furnished for one night, at a moderate rate. We throw out the hint as one not unworthy of adoption. A constable'ñamed Tunks was fined forty shil- lings by Judge Dowling, on Tuesday last, be not being in attendance at the Supreme Court, al- though a witness. The learne...
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 1st May, 1832. DEEDS OF GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 May 1832
Government Notice. &nbsp; Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 1st May, 1832. DEEDS OF GRANT. TITLE DEEDS, dated 19th October, 1831, of the undermentioned Town Grants, ad vertised in the Government Notices of 8th July, 14th and 26th September, and 12th, 14th, and 19th October, 1831, have been this day transmitted to the Register of the Supreme Court, in order that, when duly enrolled, they may be forwarded, through &nbsp; the Surveyor-General, to the Collector of Internal Revenue, for the purpose of being delivered to the respective parties, upon payment of the fees prescribed by the Government Notice of 9th January, 1832, and any arrears of quit-rent which may be due thereon; viz:- SYDNEY. SECTION NO. 4. 1. John Terry Hughes, Allotment.No. I originally advertised in the name of John Tawell. &nbsp; SECTION NO. 5. 2. John Tawell, Allottment....No. 2 originally advertised in the name of James Young. SECTION No. 6 3. John Terry Hughes, Allotment No. 5 originally...