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Police Incidents. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 May 1831
Police Incidents. &nbsp; ———o——— Monday, May 16.—William Pardon, a prisoner of the crown, was charged with stealing a puncheon of rum, the property of Messrs Lamb & Co., under the follow- ing circumstances :—It appeared that the prisoner was engaged on Tuesday last with loading his dray with wine at the King's Wharf, and seeing a puncheon of rum lying conveniently, at hand, he put it on his dray, where it was seen by two persons, who gave evidence to that effect, the prisoner said he knew nothing about it, and was sentenced for three years to a penal settlement. The rum has not yet been traced. Richard Baldwin, free, was placed at the bar, to ac- &nbsp; count for £89 which was found on his person, when he was taken into custody. Baldwin, who had retained Mr. Rowe, refused to give any account of the blunt, farther than that it was his property. Mr. Hyam and Cohen examined the notes, to see if they were any part of the notes that they lost, but not being able t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 23 May 1831
Valuable Stud of HORSES, belonging to the Estate of the late D'ARCY WENTWORTH, Esquire. For Sale by Auction, BY MR. S. LYONS, &nbsp; &nbsp; On Thursday, the 26th Instant, at 11 o'Clock precisely, at the New Cattle Market, bottom of Brickfield Hill, positively without Reserve. 30 HORSES, broke in for Saddle, and some for Cart. &nbsp; Three Brood Mares and Foals. Three Fillies. The above Stud would be found suitable for the Der- went Market. Terms made known at the time of sale. For Sale by Auction. ———o——— BY MR. SAMUEL READ, On Wednesday the 25th, and Thursday the 26th instant, at six o'clock each evening ; in that spacious room belonging to Mr. Sandwell, Rose and Crown Inn corner of Castlereagh and King-streets, Sydney. THE following ARTICLES to close consignments :—superfine broad black cloth, su- perfine double milled navy blue, kerseymeres, Irish linens, silk handkerchiefs, lace veils, lace caps, and various other lace goods ; stays and silk stay laces, h...
Spirits and Tabacco. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 May 1831
Spirits and Tabacco. Stock on hand 14th instant, B. P. rum, 29,776 gallons ; brandy, 56,373 Râlions: gin, 1S,572 gallons ; other spirits, 8,537¾ gallons ; tobacco 84,635lbs. &nbsp; Received during the week, B. P. rum, 7,288 gallons ; brandy, 129 gallons ; gin, 107 gallons ; tobacco, 413 pounds. &nbsp; Delivered for home consumption, B. P. rum, 2,226 gallons ; brandy, 662 gallons ; gin, 196 gallons; tobacco, 3,668 pounds. Delivered for exportation, ß. P. rum, 59 gal- lons ; brandy, 620 gallons ; gin, 10½ gallons, other spirits, 160¾ gallons ; tobacco, 780 pounds, Stock on hand 21st instant, B. P. rum, 31,779 gallons ; brandy, 55,220 gallons ; gin, 18,473½ gallons ; other spirits, 8,377 gallons ; tobacco, 80,704 pounds. May 23, 1831.
Australian Price Current. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 May 1831
Australian Price Current. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. &nbsp; . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .£ s. d. Ale, English..doz. 0 12 6 Colonial gall. 0 6 0 Arrow Root ....lb 0 1 0 &nbsp; Beer, English, gall. 0 4 0 Colonial " 0 2 0 Biscuit, ..per cwt. 6 0 Blankets, Col. p.pr 0 0 Blue............Ib 0 2 0 Bread, 2lb loaf.... 0 0 4½ &nbsp; Butter, fresh. 0 1 9 salt......... 0 1 3 Candles moulds..lb 0 0 9 Pips. 0 0 6 Catttle, Bullocks.Hd 1 5 0 Working do. 2 0 0 Cows ...Hd. 1 5 0 &nbsp; do. in milk " 2 0 0 Calves.... " 0 8 0 &nbsp; Sheep ... " 0 4 9 Pigs........ " 0 10 0 roasting.. 0 4 0 Cheese, English lb 0 1 9 Colonial.. 0 0 7 Cloth, Parramat.yd 0 1 3 Coffee, ground . lb 0 1 6 Eggs, per doz..... 0 1 6 Flax, NewZea .ton 22 0 0 Flour, 100lbs. fine 2nds &nbsp; Barker ....18s 0d-15s 0d Cooper.... 16s 0d-14s 0d Darlg Mill. 14s 6d-11s 6d Dixon-16s 0d-14s 0d Girard .... 17s 0d - 14s 0d Hall ......18s 0d-15s 0d Fruit, Oranges, doz. 0 ...
Government Order. (No. 13) Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, May 23, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 May 1831
Government Order. (No. 13 ) Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, &nbsp; May 23, 1831. A FEW months only have elapsed since it became the duty of this Government to &nbsp; record the melancholy fate of Captain Logan of the &nbsp; &nbsp; 57th Regiment, Commandant at Moreton Bay. It has &nbsp; &nbsp; now the painful task of announcing the lamented &nbsp; &nbsp; death of Captain Barker, of the 39th, late Command- ant at King George's Sound. &nbsp; The Governor is sure, that every one who justly ap- &nbsp; &nbsp; preciates public worth, will paiticipale in the feeling of deep and unaffected sorrow when he experiences in the loss ot this highly valued Officer. Captain Barker appeared eminently qualified by his &nbsp; proceedings at Port Raffles, where he was first sta- &nbsp; tioned, to concíliate and manage the natives, whom he found extremely hostile to our Settlement. At Melville Isl...
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 May 1831
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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 May 1831
MARKETS. WHEAT was more scanty this morning than for several markets days past. MAIZE was plentiful and stationary. DAIRY PRODUCE still high. VEGETABLES abundant, but high priced, and POULTRY moderate. Complaints are still made of the state of the roads, as the cause of the scantiness of the supplies.
Government Order. (No 12.) Colonial secretary's Office, Sydney, May 23, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 May 1831
Government Order. &nbsp; No 12.) Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, May 23, 1831. IT having become necessary, in order to reduce the Expense of the Police Establish- ment, to revise the present system, His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to order the following &nbsp; Regulations to be established ; viz: 1.—Prisoners of the Crown shall be employed as &nbsp; Constables. 2.—Every prisoner who shall be so employed shall receive a Ticket-of-Leave at the end of three years' service, provided the Magistrates under whom he &nbsp; &nbsp; has been employed, shall report that he deserves that indulgence 3.—At the expiration of five years' further service, that is, from the date of his receiving a Ticket of &nbsp; Leave, every such prisoner shall, on producing a &nbsp; Certificate from the Magistrates as above, receive a Conditional Pardon 4.—No man will be admitted into the Establishment, &nbsp; unless he be able bo...
Government Order. (No. 11) Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, May 20, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 May 1831
Government Order. (No. 11 ) Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, May 20, 1831. &nbsp; HlS Excellency the Governor di- rects it to be notified, that the Regulations &nbsp; respecting " Gratuities," as laid down in the Govern- ment Order of 31st May, 18226, No. 25, and in the Circular Letter ot 1st May, 1828, have been revised and modified as follows, viz :— &nbsp; 1st. From the 1st day of July next, the Gratuities to be allowed to Prisoners of the Crown will be di- vided into two classes, namely— 1st Class ............1s. 0d. per diem. 2nd Class ..........0s. 8d. per diem. 2nd. Overseers, and others now of the 1st Class, will receive the Gratuity of one shilling a day, and those of the present 2nd and 3rd Classes will be rated in the 2nd Class of the new Scale, and be allowed &nbsp; eight pence. 3rd. Prisoners attached to the Public Offices, as Messengers, will be allowed the Gratuity of the first &nbsp; &nbsp; Class, after twelve month...
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, May 2[?]. 1831. MONTHLY LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 May 1831
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, &nbsp; May 21. 1831. MONTHLY LEASES. THE following Persons are permitted to deparsture their Live Stock on the Lands ad- joining their respective properties, as undermentioned &nbsp; on the conditions specified in the Regulations of 16th October, 1828, namely—- Ist. — That they pay rent for the same, at the rate of two shilling and six-pence, sterling, per annum, &nbsp; for every hundred acres— 2nd. —- That they abandon the said Lands, at any time, on receiving one month's notice ; and, 3rd. — That these lands be distinctly understood to be still open to the selection of aurthorised Grantees and Purchasers. Tliey are acccordingly informed that they will be expected to pay the said Rent from the first of the ensuing month, viz.— CAMDEN. 6. Illawarra, Peter Howell, (500), Five hundred acres, bounded on the south by his own Grant, and on the east by Dapto Creek. NORTHUMBERLAND. 7. Branston...
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, May 25, 1831. MARKET DUES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 May 1831
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, May 25, 1831. MARKET DUES. &nbsp; TO be Sold by Public Auction, at the Market-place, Sydney, on Thursday the 16th of June, at One o'Clock, the Dues arising from the fol- &nbsp; lowing Markets, for Six Months, commencing on the &nbsp; 1st day of July next; viz :— Sydney— Including the New Cattle Market ; and Par- ramatta. 'lo be put up in separate Lots, and each Lessee to enter into a Bond with a responsible Surety, for the regular payment of the Rent, in equal Monthly In- stalments, betore the expiration of seven days after the end of each Month. Further particulars may be obtained by applying &nbsp; at the Office of the Collector of Internal Revenue. &nbsp; &nbsp; By Command of His Excellency the Governor, ALEXANDER McLEAY.
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, May 25th, 1831. TOLLS TO BE LET. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 May 1831
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, May 25th, 1831. &nbsp; TOLLS TO BE LET. THE Tolls and Dues arising from the undermentioned Roads and Feny for six months, commencing 1st day of July next ; will be Let by Public Auction in the Market-place, Sydney, on Thursday, the 16th of June, at twelve o'clock pre- cisely, viz :— Tolls on the Road between Sydney and Parramatta ; Sydney and Liverpool ; Parramatta and Windsor ; Parramatta and Emu Ford ; At Howe's Bridge, Wind- sor ; and at the Ferry at Emu Ford. To be put up in separate Lots. Horses and Coaches employed in conveying the Mails are to pass toll free. Each Lessee must enter into a Bond with a respon- sible Surety, for the regular payment of the Rent, in equal Monthly Instalments, before the expiration of Seven Days after the end of each month. Further particulars may be ascertained by applying at the Office of the Collector of Internal Revenue. By Command of His Excellency the Governor, &nbsp; ALE...
Law Intelligence Supreme Court. CRIMINAL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 May 1831
Law Intelligence ———o——— Supreme Court. CRIMINAL SIDE. Monday, May 23.—Before Mr. Justice Stephen,and &nbsp; the usual Commission. At the opening of the Court, the acting Attorney- General, Mr. Moore, observed to his Honor, that he &nbsp; had no informations prepared. Dr. Wardell then rose, and moved thal the recog- nizances in the case of the King v. Stewart be dis- charged. In making this motion the learned Doctor remarked, that on Saturday the Crown prosecutor had stated in open Court his intention of abandoning the &nbsp; more serious part of the charge, and merely proceed- ing against the defendant for a misdemeanor, but a few hours afterwards he received information that &nbsp; &nbsp; the capital part of the charge would still be preferred ; &nbsp; such vacillation he considered extremely unjust to his client, who, although not actually within the gaol walls, was confined within a larger description of gaol, as he could not leave...
Launceston News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 May 1831
Launceston News. &nbsp; &nbsp; The Friendship, which arrived on Saturday from Launceston, has brought up papers to the time of her sailing ; and from a cursory view we extract the following news :— A neat paper, called the Independent, has been established at Launceston, which promises well. ——The Governor was on his way to visit Laun- ceston.—A Launceston Book Society was about to be formed.—The inhabitants intend shortly to erect a Scot's Kirk.—The Tamar Hotel, now building, is to have a Coffee, Ball, Supper, Billiard and Reading Rooms, and to be let to the highest bidder.—Captain Barclay lately obtained from one shoot in his garden nineteen pounds of Potatoes ; and Dr. Smith, of George Town, has Onions growing weighing upwards of four pounds.—The Elizabeth, Swan, was to sail in a few days for England.—The streets of Launceston are in such a state that the inha- bitants intended to receive the Governor upon stilts.—Addresses are the order of the day amongst our Sou...
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 May 1831
COMMERCIAL NEWS. ———o——— Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 16th to the 23rd In- stant, inclusive. May 20.—Prince Regent, (schooner) 104 tons, HASSELL master, from Launceston, 3,000 bushels wheat, T. Barker. 23.—Louisa (ship) 242 tons, MACKAY master, from New Zealand, R. JONES agent, 32 logs pine, 123 tons flax, J. Maclaren. EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 16th to the 23rd Instant, inclusive. Lord Rodney (brig) 165 tons, BLAXLAND mas- ter, for the South Seas, fishing stores. Merope (barque) 311 tons, BRIGGS master, for the Mauritius, shipped at Hobart Town 2,547 bags wheat, 43 bags flour, 32 tons potatoes ; shipped at Sydney 1 hogshead brandy, and troops. Fairy (cutter) 28 tons, AKERS master, for New Zealand, 5 cases muskets, 2() casks gunpowder, 2 casks musket balls, 3 bags salt, 5 boxes tea, 4 mats sugar, 1 cask beef, 2 bags flour, 1 case pipes, 2 cases brandy. Elizabeth (brig) 236 tons, CLARK master, f...
Vessels entered outwards from the 16th to the 23rd Instant, inclusive. (Nil.) PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 30 May 1831
Vessels entered outwards from the 16th to the 23rd Instant, inclusive. (Nil.) &nbsp; PROJECTED DEPARTURES. London—Lady Harewood, 429 tons, Lamb & &nbsp; Co. agents, 1st June ; South Seas—Albion, 311 tons, J. B. Benington & Co. agents, 1st June ; New Zealand—Active, 105 tons, Campbell & Co. agents, 28th May ; Hobart Town — Kains, 353 tons, Geo. Bunn agent, 25th May ; Liverpool Earl of Liverpool, 220 tons, J. Maclaren & Co. agents, indefinite.