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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 May 1832
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. . Sydney, fi«. per Quarter.-Single Numbers, Id. Country, (porta¡ce included)6s. Sd. per Quarter. r TEKMS OF ADVERTISEMENTS. ! For Eight Line» and under, 2t. titi., and lrf. [. eaeA» /or a« abott ; /or lerery insertion. roi». .UOS7SOK SXXCBCT, rHE Ship P O RTL AND, Capt. ASCOURII, A 1, Bur- then 385 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 A. B. Bparlc. ' ' ? ! I Jl I II ? ? I II I ! II . l'or Bobart Town ana New Zealand. ' To Sail in 21 Dayi. THE new coppered fast-sail- ing Brig AXiE*XAif DER, 229 tons register, having a large portion of her Cargo on Board and engaged, will meet with every despatch.--For Freight or Passage, having good Accommodations ; apply to -William Marran, Sydney, May 4, 1832. SALES BY AUCTION. MHaMHMJBBBanMaMHMaBHMBM iTOumnms, UBHAB/S-, A....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 May 1832
SALE BY AUCTION, BY MOL. «TAIttES SXMnCOKTS, At the Stores of the Jerusalem Warehouse, THIS DAY, (Monday), 14th instant, at eleven o'clock, without reserve. TWENTY pieces of cord, IO pieces black silk, . 20 pieces mole skin and baragons, 8 pieces of buff mole skin, 400 canisters gunpowder, 50 hams, 50 dozen cotton handkerchiefs, 20 dozen mustard, 10 dozen pickles, 10 lx>xcs fireworks, 1 case cotton balls, 4 bales lamp cotton, 200 pieces prints, 400 pairs barragan trowsers, stockings, silk thread, tapes, nankeens, case of combs, containing back and side combs, dressing and pocket ditto, ivory «mall tooth, a case of plain cards, consisting of address and invitation cards, a few dozens play- ing cards, 150 boxes cigars, &c. &c. ; and also, for the benefit of the shippers, 115 boxes raisins, more or less damaged. * ON BALE, EX SIR WILLIAM T* ALL ACE, TAYLOR'S PALE ALE, in 8 dozen casks, Ditto BEST DOUBLE BROWN STOUT, in hogsheads, - HOLT'S ditto ditto. ALSO, Invoices ...
EAST INDIA NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 May 1832
ZAST xiroxA'Hxws. By the late arrivals we have received Madras Gazettes to the 4th of January, from which we are enabled to lay before our readers the following extracts : REVIEW or THE BüFrs.-That fine Regiment, H. M. 3rd BufTs, were reviewed on Saturday, the 24th Dec, 1831, by Major General Watson. The precision and steadiness with which they went through their different evolutions, and their fine martial appearance, reflects great credit on the Commanding Officer, and must have been highly gratifying to the General who inspected them. Arrived at-Madras, Dec. 30,-1831, the ship War- rior, Captain, John Stone, from London, I Oth of August, and Cape of good Hope, tbe 8th Novem- ber. Also, the ship James Pattison, Captain, J. Grote, from Calcutta, the 10th, Bimlipatam 19th, VizagapatantSOth, and Coringa, 28th Dec. On Monday, Dec. 26, 1831, sailed from Madras, H. M. ship Crocodile, Copt. Montagu, for Trin comalee, and H. M. sloop Satellite, Captain Hare, for Trincotnalee and London.. ...
POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 May 1832
POLICE INCIDENTS. &nbsp; MONDAY.-Francis Gregory was charged by the Deputy Chief Constable, that when chal- lenged as to who, or what he was, with replying a la Irving, in the unknown tongue; in conse- quence, he was escorted to the watch-house. The Bench, to make him use good old Eng- lish, ordered him 25 lashes. Benjamin Pollard was charged with being &nbsp; found under the window of his master's hand maiden, warbling forth in dulcet strains, "'Anna Marie love, up is the sun, Anna Marie love, morn is begun." for the purpose of getting her to elope, and pro- ceed on a party of pleasure to Parramatta; 25 lashes to cure his volatile fits. Mary Wells, with a sweet obliquity of vision, &nbsp; was sent on a visit to Mrs. Gordon for a month, in consequence of her voting all kinds of work, "a bore," and cutting it dead. TUESDAY.- Henry McGoach, a regular sport- ing character in appearance, was charged with being picked up on the Parramatta road, on Monday evening, ...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 May 1832
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. Kangaroo skins, which for some time past have been a source of profit to our friends at the &nbsp; southward, are now reduced to the low prices of 6d. to 7d. each. The jury trials will not commence until the 21th. June. &nbsp; Among other letters lying in the Sydney Post Office unclaimed, is one with the following su persciiption, " To Old Mary Ann." Mr. Manning commenced,his duties as Clerk of Arraigns in the Supreme Court, on Monday last. &nbsp; &nbsp; From the 1st instant, the drums beat off in the Barrack Square at eight o'clock, instead of half-past eight, as formerly. EXECUTION.-On .Monday morning last, John Hammell, convicted of the wilful murder of George Williamson, at Grose Farm, underwent the utmost penalty of the law for his offence, at the usual place of execution. The culprit was attended hy the Rev. Vincent Dowling, to whose instruction he appeared to pay the greatest at- tention. Having ascended the platform, he ...
LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—(CRIMINAL SIDE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 May 1832
LAW INTELLIGENCE SUPREME COURT.-(CRIMINAL SIDE.) &nbsp; MONDAY.-Before Judge Dowling, and the &nbsp; usual Commission. &nbsp; Lawrence Brennan was indicted for receiving, well knowing to have been before feloniously "Stolen by some person, to His Majesty's Attor- ney General unknown, a piece of calico, the , property of Richard Loworthy, at Port Ste- phens, on the 20th January. The Jin y found .' the prisoner guilty, and the learned Judge sen- tenced lum to be transported for seven yeais. John Spellane, a private of the 39th regt, was ? indicted for committing a rape upon the person of Catherine Hayes, at the Weather-boarded '. Hut, on the 27th January ; and John Costello, a .soldier in the same regt., and Michael Ormsby, a mounted policeman, for being piesent, aiding, .abetting, and assisting in the said felony. ' John Costello was further indicted for com- mitting a rape upon the person of Catherine ? -Hayes, at the time and place last aforesaid ; and John ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 May 1832
Official Documents published by Govern- ment during Ute past Week, ami copied verltatim from t/ie Government Gazette. Colonial Secretary's Office, Svdney, Mar 9th. 1H3Î DISCHARGED SOLDIERS' GRANTS. WITH reference to the Government Notice of Hie Till December, 1831, III» Ex- cellency the Governor i» pleased to cancel the 4th paragraph, and to notify a» follow» : 1. liver} non-commissioned officer and soldier pur chasing lund, and receiving the regulated remistinu in the puicliase money, ia required lo give security, by bond mid mortgage of the title deed» in the amount of the sum remitted, »hat he will reside on and culti- vate Hie. lund fur which »nell remission lins been granted, for the term of seven y ears. 2. Every non commissioned officer and soldier here- tofore discharged in the Colony for Hie purposes of aellling therein,and desirous of obtaining lund with a remission of parchase money, is required to make application ut the Brigade Major's OlDce, Svdney, within two months f...
MARKETS. THURSDAY, MAY 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 May 1832
MAHKETS. TiiuasDAv, MAT 17. Since Thurday last very few alterations have taken place in Colonial produce. 820 bushels of wheat from the Five Islands and TIawkesbury, &c. were sold "from 4s. to 5s. 9d. per bushel. Maize is a trifle lower. Other articles at our last quota- tions. A well supplied Market is looked for this morning.
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including lasl Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 May 1832
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. IncludinglaslThursday's Market (Sterling) Prices* Ale, Eng- H lid. 81. a8¿. 1«J do. doz. U/u 15J Colonial-Hlid. 60 a 80 do. duz. 6 a 8 Beer,Eng.-Hhd. S/.aSUO, do. gul. I4»al6 Colonial-Hhd. 41 c Si do. gal. 2 a 0 Biscuit.percwt, 10 a 2&lt;J Blanket», Col. p. pr. lb a SO Blue.lh. 2 u 00 Butter, fresh....lsndtilsld salt.O llalli Bread,Slh. loiil, II ) a 0 1| Candles, M lil».lb 1 o a 0 0 Dips....0 7ii 0 0 Cattle, Bullocksea. 2/10* a V 0> Working do. 1 0 a 4 0 Cows,.. . ,, 1 0 a e o do.tn Milk " 1 10 a 2 lo Calves,....,, 6»a Bi Sheep." 8 a 10 Pig«.." 7 a lo do. roasting, 4 a oc Cheese.Eng.lb.Sslda Osud ". ^ "Co1- .» 0 4 a 0 6 Cloth,Parramaila per yarri,.... 1 8 a 0 0 Do. Broad do. 3 4 a 0 0 Coffee grml. lh. 1 6 a 0 0 Eggs, per doz. 1 4 a 1 6 Flax,NewZea. ton, 16/ a IB/ Flnur, lOOlbs. fine 2nd» Barker, ....I7s0d-15«0&lt;I Longford, ..10 0 -14 0 Dixon,.17 0-15 0 Oirard, ....17 o -15 0 Pickering... 17 0 -14 0 Gordon, ....17 0...
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 May 1832
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. Stock on hand, )4th instant, B. P. Rum, 103,77« gal- lons j brandy,21 751, gallon«; gin,7,307 gallon» ; other spirit», 4.UÍ I gallon»; tobacco, 43.323 pound» Received during the week, 11. P. Kum,0,099gallon»; other spirits. 2 269 gallons Delivered for Home consumption, B. P. Rum, 3,015 gallons; blandy,604 gallon»; gin, 395gallon»-, tobac- co. 941 pound». Delivered for exportation, B. P. Rum, ¡16 gallon»; brandy, 142 gallon»; gin, SlOgullona; other spirits, 112. gallon» ; tobacco, 7 I pounds. Stock on hand Slllh instant, B. P. Rum, 110,541 gat Inn»; brai.dy , 21,005 gallons; gin. 8,961 gallons; other, spirit», 4711 gallons j tobacco, 41,683 pounds. May 14, 1832.
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices o[?] FARM PRODUCE from the 14th to the 17th, instant. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 May 1832
RETURN of the Àterage Uholesale Price» o FARM PRODUCE from the 14*A to the 17th | instan!. £ ». i. Wheat, best N. S. Wale» .... 0 3 6 p. bns.of 601b».. Do. second quality, do.0 4 3 ditto ditto Do. third do. do.0 3 6 ditto ditto Barley, best ditto. 0 3 0 ditto of Solus. Maize, beal ditto.0 S 3 do. ineamremt. Colonial Tobacco, best.0 2 0 per lb. Ditto, second quality.0 1 !) ditto Potatoes, N. S. Wale».3 17 0 per ton | Butter, best »all.3 4 8 pel cwt. , Cheese, good. t 2 0 ditto Poik, »alt. 110 4 dum. Bacon.2 7 6" ditto Hain,. SOB ditto Vlf. 0. PDDDEFOOT, Commission Agent', Georce-itreet.
EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from, the 7th to the 14th instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 May 1832
F.XPORTS. Vessels cleared from, the 7th to theMth instant, ' inclusive.. MARY JANE, 749 tons, .Banks master, for the South Sea (Mu ry, store«. S0y£llEIl«N,r,tÛ8 tons, M'KejInr, master, for the Mau , ruins ; 800 ha».* flour, IS tons bruis« 3 case» cheese ' 1 catk ham»,"4 cnskt. bi-el, 130 lons-2 hone», 7 cows, 91 sheep, 1 euee military acuuticmeiits, and stoles, GRECIAN,512 tons. Smith master, for the Mauritius and Suialmy«; ?5 ton» coals anil stores, KNCHAN I ltfc>t> 401 tons, Cuerney master, for Ba- tavia : 4 pipes wine, V0 bundles steel, to 000 slates. BKK, 135 lons, B'licll niu-ler, for New Zealand ; 58 keg« powder, 8 bags »liol, 24 Iron pots, Î cask hard- ware, I nar, .1 cwt». beef, 6 casks biscuit. 1 hap; sugar, 14 chests tea, 10 boat plunks, 1 puncheon, 4 keg» lu. biu.cn, and «Wie«.. CAPTAIN I OOK, 450 tons.'Slewurd master, for Laen ctston , 5 case» cueesr. IO cases candle«, 100 boxet soup, 10 pockets hops, CO Kegs butter, 46 logs cedar, 36 Chans, 2 solas, K4 hones, 8 co...
Vessels entered outwards from the 7th to the 14th instant. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 May 1832
' Vessels entered outwards from the 7th to the \4lh Instant. May 8- LORD KOON EY, It» tons, J. Learmonth, agent. South Sea». .-O-.WDNEY PACKET, 84 toni, M. Phillips, South America. -H-II WtLEQUIN, 71 ton», J. learmonth agent, Hobart Town PROJECTED DEPARTURES. ' Liverpool-PLATINA, MS tun», Dawe» Gore and Co. agent». May 14. ? London-MARY S44 ton», Geo. Bonn, agent, 37th instant. . ' ;-POHTLAND, JUG ton», A. B. Spark, agent, Sith instruit. v
COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 7th of April to the 14th Instant, inclusive, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 May 1832
COMMERCIAL NEWS. -? Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority oj the Customs. IMPORTS. Report» from the Itk of April to the 14//» Instant, inclusive, May li-HARLEQUIN, schooner, 71 lons, Hayes master, lui- Hobart, Town, John Learmouth agent, in ballast.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 May 1832
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.. ARRIVALS. [ 'From Port Macquarie, on Suuday last,^ the Government schooner Itahclla. From the South Sea 1 ishery, on Monday last, lhe American ship Milo, 304 tons, Captain West, with 1,000 barrels ot sperm «ni. Passengers, Captain Browning ot the Caledonia ; Mr. Powell, late Mate «f the Harriet, and John Pye a seaman From Liverpool, on Tuesday last, wlmh port she left on the 20th of December, the brig Mary Ami,. Captain Mitchell, with a general cargo of merchandize. Passsengers, Messrs. II. P. Butler, E. S. Ensor, M. Cohen, T. llattrav, and John llolriics. ' Di-fARTURES. ' For New Zealand, on Sunda) .last, the brig Bee, Captain Burrell. ' For the Sperm Fisher}, the same- day,' the barque Mary Jane, Captain Banks. ,.'l?ór tïie same destination, on Tuesday last, the ship ïlarmony, Captain Swindells... .- . ¡ For Newcastle, the same day,'the steamer_ Wil- liam the Fourth, Captain Taggart.
Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 May 1832
Weekly* Meteorological Table,' TheWP,ATUr&lt;*Rniid vaiialmnsuftlieTtiEnMOMlVrER, °*'",S!!'6 the'oM^week, in sidney, ni fi in Hie morning, ', ia noun, itiid Ht ö o'Clock In the rvmiiiK. fnnl f!| Cliff!) wnr ¡fi II, III Eine Hi II i», 0 a. in! H «lu> 52 W ' FnUav (i a. in. Mild AH , NW l'ouçy £8 tí»! ni ¿Ç rino« Fine il) ' WSW I? noon 'C'lcVi" SSE 12 w It »iii v 02 NNW IS.»00» IÎJIOO» ("loiiriv Kino ß4 fU ' ESR Culm Fine - -fl2 ¡d p, ni Tine 'Ort « ft p. in Fine 0 p. « Wind Melin Trinpcintn 'i p. m .Ti n. in Moudyl 1'IIIC C1 fio CbvSi NNW .',9
To the Editors of the Sydney Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 May 1832
To Üte Editors of Ütc Sydney Herald. GENTLEMEN, ' Haying seen a paragraph in your paper, purporting that some new arrangements are about to lake p'ace lu the Conn of Requests-, und thal amongst other im- provements, counsel fees aie to be allowed ; I hope you will permit me lo make a few remarks on the subject, a»one of general inteiesl to staler». I think this Colony lins already t nougli of law, considering the distressed state of many persons iii the interior, though if I am lo believe every puff th.il I rend in one of your contemporaries, there are great source» of wealth m be derived from the.soil in lins country ; sometime» one thing being the rage, at oilier times another, but must of ihtm loo ridiculous to be named without a »mile, I could say much on this point, aud thl« much I will venture to assert, that this Colony requires more fru. guilty and industri, mid less law. By allowing Mr. Therry to have hit counsellors, &c. attached to his Court, it becomes' quite a C...