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VEGETATION. To the Editors of the Sydney Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 May 1832
VXCUTATZOST. To the Editors of t/ie Sydney Herald. GENTLEMEN,-Conceiving lhat the lolluwiog sug- gestions are worth the practical lUlenimii ol' those Colonists for whom they are written, I tender them io you fur promulgation in your useful Journal : The bud quality of »ml contiguous to Sydney, and extending inlerloily twenty miles, and thal iuiêi venes between Sydney and the «ea coast, ri-qu re amelioration a« urgently tor thu good of tuld town, II« for Hie Iutereel i.f Hie proprietors of »ach soil ; hut,* to even propose bettering so large a tract of had soil, willi commun manure, in this thinly populated and new country, »ould he chimerical, if such manure were applicable to the land in question, although common manuie be ufit-ti, I)M icuiitily applied. Hence, as the nain i e of Hi« surface soil In the westward admit» a len al ingrédient sand, that is much more ap plualiletn such snilace, than general manures: and li ?s geiit-mlly ivailatile to ihe different prnj.nelur» of tuen la...
SELECT POETRY. THE PROMISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 May 1832
SSXJQCT POBTS.Y. THE PROMISE. When Uti we parted by the wave, You «aid you would rellim ; Nor let the friends who loved you, have. In j ou, Hie Lou lo mourn. Twns truly meant, yet Imlf fulfilled, 1'lie promise mun remain : Ynu'r« lile»t I-regretting» then are »tilled; Hut, Khali we meei ugaln 1 No 1-other loves and other tit», A Hollier lirait and home, Where iiuiqutlinnnali'a water» rue, Tai bid thal you ahould roam ; Hut oh I lorna no1, while upurl, You »lill dwell in thccoie üi many II fond and fuilliful lirait. Though you return no motel 'I lie needle evor poleward bend», Rut crinum thither fly ; Sn, fruin afar, friend» turn to friend» Who ne'er mutt glad their eye. M i» Hu)», Hint we who knew you here, Love fonder thnn before ; Hie Past In memory »eeni» more dear, That It return» no more I
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. Goulburn Plains, 20th April, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 May 1832
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. Goulburn Plains, 20th April, 1832. GEKTI.KMFN,-The weather here has lately been very moist and most beautiful for wheat sowing, in fact, I am happy to say the settlers in this neigh- bourhood could not have hud weather more to their satisfaction. Wishing to take advantage therefb.ro, of the fineness of the time, I have been busy in get- ting in my wheat crop which has prevented me offering a few remarks upon the Bill now under consideration respecting the 'Scab in Sheep'. The Settlers are of opinion that a summary law is wanting to prevent the owners- or shepherds of. scabbed sheep from trespassing. upon the runs of. their neighbours who have clean flocks. Ma- ny of the settlers say they do not care how severe the law is, because they happen to have clean sheep ; others think the contemplated act is not a good one, yet they will not g^ve themselves the trouble to point out the defect or suggest improvements; how- ever I um inclined to think the act about to ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 May 1832
PUBLIC HOUSE TO BE LET. rP0 BE LET, that well-known old established A P UBLIC HO USE, the PLUME OP FEATHERS. SS, Pnilllp-Btreet, The present occupant being about to retire from Business, the above Public House presents an ex- cellent opportunity for any person desiious of com- mencing a lucrative business. Application for Terms to be made at the Plume of Feathers, Phillip-street ; or at the Rising Sun, Church Hill. OFFICIAL NOTICES, «to. ISSUED BY GOVERNMENT SINCE OUR LAST PUBLICATION, AND COPIED VERBATIM FROM THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE OF LAST NIGHT. Colonial -»ecretarv'% Office, Svdney, M»y 11, li)32 HIS Excellency tho Governor directs li to be notified, thal the undermentioned Agricultural Implement», winch l)^ve been «entrait by HI« Majetly'i Oovernment, »» modell, »re now deposited at Carter»' llarrack», where they ip»y lie ¡ntprctetl, and pattern» Ukeu, between the hour» of len s« J titree- of every day, except Saturday «n5 Simday, upon atvplicaUon to ihe Superintendent oí Hut Lsl...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 May 1832
BIRTH.—Mrs. Ellis of Pitt-street, of a daughter, on &nbsp; the 15th instant. MARRIED.—On Tuesday, the 15th instant, at St. James's Church, by the Rev. Richard Hill,Thomas Urmson Ryder. Esq., to Jane, second daughter of Rupert Kirk, Esq. DIED.—On Saturday last, the 12th instant, at his late residence in Philip-street, Sydney, after a long ill- ness, Mr. George Pike, an old and respected inhab- bitant, aged 60 years. Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS, AND FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES &nbsp; (Sole Proprietors.) &nbsp; &nbsp; No.. 5, KING STREET, SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES.
Coastwise, from the 7th to the 14th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 May 1832
Coastwise, from the 7th to the 14th Instant, inclusive. f ADELAIDE, 30 tons, Sioke», Illawarra, cedar. afAHf ANts.lt loin, Sweeney, Illawarra, oed»r. ALICE, jo tout,'Curtis, Illawarra, cedar. SOPHIA JANE, 156 tun», Biddulph, Newcastle, sun dues, LINN FT, 10 tons, Mossman,Brisbane Water, sundries, BETSEY, 14 tun», Fenlinglon, Brisbane Water, »an- il rres. WILLIAM, IS tons, Sparke», Illawarra, lime. WILLIAM IV.,51 ton»,Taggart, Newcastle, «undries. HOPE, loton». Christie Hawkesbury, coals. SYDNEY PACKET, -tons, Dryade, Newcastle, coals. A »RONA, 27 toni', Mulhall, Newcastle, «undries. MARY ANN, 10 tons, Christie, Hawkesbury, sundries. SHAMROCK, 20 tons, Williams. Newcastle, coals. ROVER., ti tons, Malroy, Newcastle, coals. NORTHUMBERLAND, 12 tons, Cooper, Newcastle, «undries. GOVERNOR BOURKE, 30 tons, Owen. Fort M'Ouaric. MONITOR, SO tons, Unveil, Newcastle,cools. SARAH, 14 tons, Le Bas, Newcaxtle, coals. NANCY. 10 tons, Corbis, Hawkesbury, maize. ADELAIDE. 30 lons, Stokes, Illawarra,...
POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 May 1832
POLICE INCIDENTS. MONDAY.-Tobias Malony and Jeremiah Sun- derland were charged with breaking the peace in their master's house, by pelting each other with crockery, when an unlucky bottle of Warren's jet, striking Toby's shins, he became frantic, and howl- ing according to some mode of ancient war, rushed to close combat with his adversary. They met in a moment, and political economy was out of the ques- tion : as to husbanding their resources, neither of them dreamed of it ; on the contrary, hands, feet, nails, and teeth, were immediately in a state of action, and what with thumping and kicking, and scratching, and biting, and tumbling, and cursing, there was a pretty philliloo. The hubbub was immense. Waterloo was a fool to it. The Bench sent each party to the mill for 7 days. Dominus Doolittle for doing even less than his name portended, was sent to brush up his wits at Murray's roundabout for 3 days. Lavina Snipe was charged with eloping to a ball, where she was discovered waltz...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 May 1832
ENGX.XSH EXTRACTS. We understand that H. M. ship Comet is to be immediately despatched to Malacca with troops and btores, to assist the Government of that place. It is stated, she is to carry the Rifle Company of the 5th N. I. and a party of the Corps of Sappers and Miners, and a number of cannon, Sec. The whole party to be under the command of Colonel Herbert, who, we believe, is to command the whole force at Malacca upon his arrival. The remaining compa- nies of the 5th N. I. which were under orders for Meiilmein, nre now ordered to Mnlacco, and it is believed will embark in a few days on board the L.idy M'Naghten, which is the oniy'merchant ship in the Roads.-Madras Gazette. ' ' STFAM BISCUITS.-Our readers will recollect that we, some time ago, gave an account of the new process of making biscuits by steam, which was then introduced at the victualling yard, Portsmouth. Since that period tlie manufactory has been conti- nued and approved ; and we have now on our table a specimen b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 May 1832
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. f Sydney, 8*. per Quarter.-Staple Numbers, 6d > Country,'(Postage included J 10». 6tZ. per Quarter. J r TERMS FOR ADVERTISEMENTS. J For Eight Lines and under, Üi.Gd., and Id. eacli, . for erery Line above Eight; for each Insertion. Ç&The Sydney Herald u published every Monday and Thursday mornings and the. Quarters end the 31st March, 30th June, 30th September, and 8I»t December! at which verioth oviv T« &lt;?"*..".;,.,. i i-"\ ~~~ . fateofthem, the number of times títey are intended to be inserted, or they will be continued till countermanded, and charged to the party. No-advertisement can be withdrawn after 1* o' Clock on l^rfmJmT, ,7, » «7 i / # .Afrwtlsz^^ "".'" tptcif!'' "n lh" of those ¿ay». AU Utters must be post-paid, or they will not be taken in. ? JP"* umnarawn ajter !.. o Vlock on Wednesdays and Saturdays j but fresh ones will be received until 6 o'Clock ^M*I,,M*I,,IBIB,*MIIIMMIM*IMM^- ---.-____ roa, íomour SZXCSCT, rHE Ship PORTL...
EMILY. ORIGINAL. (FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 May 1832
EMILY. --nn ORIGINAL. (FOR THE SYDNEY HKRAI.I>.) Ah ! yes, yon star,-the brightest in the sky, Which flings that dazzling brilliancy; Ah ! yes, that loveliness,-that sway Are, true emblems of my Emily. ' It shines,-and splendour,-fearless beauty Lies softly scattered in each ray, And every gem of Heuven's adorning Are matchless, as my Emily. When Crescent lustre,-raised that star . In zenith of its sparkling, high; Ev'n Cynthca's self, confess't the power, As fairest form to Emily. But now that diamond hour's o'crcast No more diffused each silv'ry ray-; Ambition shed her sombre veil Alas ! 'twas thus-my Emily. Now night's still mistress,-vainly seeks, Once her proud, her beauteous way, Rut each rejoicing orb replies " A fallen star is Emily." TAWZE.
ORIGINAL POETRY. STANZAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 May 1832
ORIGIN Al. POETRY. STANZAS. Oh ! wherefore say " remember mc" With such a wild regret, Think'st thou another 'ere can be, The sharer of my heart with me, Or that Ï can forget ; That ought on Earth has power to break Thy image, on my memory's lake ? Ob ! do not,-do not, shed a tear, We will not-will not, part Could'st thou behold this heart sincere, Could'st thou but know, how more than dear, How idolÍ7ed thou art ; No tear would fill thy melting eye, But the soft tear of sympathy. In every change of good and ill ; In' sorrow and in death ; Thy breast sholl be my pillow still ; Thy wish, the regent of my will, Thy love, my vital breath I'd gladly bid the world adieu, But never, never, part from you. Clasp mc again-again-once more, I'll press my lips to thine, Still, still, thine eyes are streaming o'er, . Still heaves thy bosom as before, Altho' it rests on mine : By all thy hopes of peace above, Oh do not-do not-doubt tny love ' H. H. -Mag, 1832. » I ERRATUM.-Iii tlie Sonnet in our ...
THE LIFE OF THOMAS MUIR, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 May 1832
THE LIFE OF THOMAS MUIR, ESQ. BY C. MACKENZIE, T.SQ, WE cannot commence our critical labours more happily than by dedicating them, in the first in- stance, to the memory of a man to whom we are indebted, in some measure, we may .say, even for the success of the great question of reform ; as his patriotic exertions and undeserved fate attracted at- tention, and attention licgot abhorrence, in the minds of many, who would otherwise have stood aloof from the collision of parties, against the work- ings of that system producing such direful effects. This little work being, in fact, the memoir of a re- former and of a martyred brother and pioneer in the cause of freedom, is one of the most interesting histories of suffering, and romantic adventures that we can recommend to our readers. Every page is fraught with the deepest instruction-of encourage- ment to those who are engaged in the same sacred warfare for the people, and equally of warning, if they will take it, to their oppressors,'...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 May 1832
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE &nbsp; List of whaling vessels belong to, and sailing out of Port Jackson .- Tonnage. Cape Packet . 210 New Zealander . 140 John Bull . 275 &nbsp; &nbsp; Lady Blackwood. 253 William Stoveld. 187 Guide. 149 Queen Charlotte. 120 Tigress. 197 Carolius (Swindells) 198 Caroline (Tregurthur) . 370 &nbsp; Lynx . 1130 Lady Rowena. 823 &nbsp; Genii. 164 Woodlark .245 Louisa. . 250 Pocklington, 208 Clarkstone . 244 Venus.,. 288 ' Juno 212 &nbsp; Courier . 187 Mary Jane . 250 Lord Rodney. 160 Elizabeth. 368 Albion. 311 Australian . 264 Nelson. 248 Hashmy . 523 Jane. 221 Fame . 202 Sir Francis Freeling. 190 Proteus 254 &nbsp; Nimrod . 231 Harmony. 375 Elizabeth (Finnis). 270 Wolf'.. 250 Normuhul. 197 Making on the whole 36 vessels, consisting of 4 ships, 22 barques,. 9 brigs, and 1 schooner. Ton- nage, 8709. Mr. Barker has become the purchaser of 900 bushels of Derwent Wheat, per farewell, at 5s. 6d. per bushel. , .Mr...
The Sydney Herald. THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1832. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 May 1832
The Sydney Herald. THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1832. Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I. I r lias never fallen to our lot tp experi- ence more sincere satisfaction than in the present instance, when our paper, through .the patronage of the public, and the kind- ness of our friends, is ushered into the world for .the first time, as a Journal to bè.pubjishedin future twice a week. Our efforts to instruct and amuse ' haye been unceasing ; pur arrangements to procure intelligence from the highest sources have been varied and successful ; our pecuniary engagements have been great, and our joriginal outlay was expensive, to meet the wishes of those who, with unprecedented Jiberality, have extended the riglít hand of patronage to our undertaking. But the pleasurable emotions arising from the suc- cessful issue of our labours are ample compensation for our expense and toil. The cordiality with which the proposal to prin,t twice a week was hailed by our sub- scribers, and the rapidity with which the ...
NARRATIVE Of Captain Browning, late Master of the Caledonia schooner, who was taken from Moreton Bay by pirates, on the 16th of December, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 May 1832
NARRATIVE Of Captain Browning, late Master'of the Cale- donia scliooner, who was taken from Moreton Bay by pirates, on the 16th of December, 1831. Our readers may perhaps recollect, that in thc-month of December last,'a schooner called the Caledonia, belonging to Messrs, Mackay and J/olkard of Sydney, was taken possession of by a large party'of con- victs, at Moreton Bay,' and parried oft* to sea. Mr. Mackay, and the, crew of the. Caledonia were allowed to go ashore ; but the master, a young man named Browning, was compelled by the prisoners to remain on board for the purpose of navigating the vessel. A considerable time havjng ex- pired without any tidings of the Caledonia having reached Sydney, it was conjectured that the Captain hnd.Jjeen sacrificed by ] the miscreants, on their arrival-at some of the numerous Islands of- the »Southern Seas.- However, on Monday last, an American whaler, the Milo, came into port, having on board the long lost Cap- tain Browning; by whom, we .have ...
LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—(CRIMINAL SIDE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 May 1832
LAW INTELLIGENCE SUPREME COURT.—(CRIMINAL SIDE.) &nbsp; MONDAY.—Before the Chief Justice, and the &nbsp; usual Commission. Thomas Parnell was indicted for stealing a coat, from the dwelling house of James Slade. Guilty. Remanded. James McMahon was indicted for stealing in the dwelling house of George Paine, above the value of five pounds. Guilty of larceny. Remanded. &nbsp; Mary Smith was indicted for stealing in the dwelling house of James Nicholson, above the value of £5, at Sydney, on the 24th April. The Jury not being able to agree, they were discharged from giving a verdict, and the prisoner was dis- charged by proclamation. John Pently, alias John O'Gilby, was indicted for stealing one cow, value five pounds, and one bull, value two pounds, the property of Henry Baldwin, at Richmond, on the 3d January. The prisoner was found guilty, and judgment of death was recorded against him. Mr. Therry defended the prisoner. TUESDAY.—Before the Chief Justice, and t...
To the Editors of the "Sydney Herald." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 May 1832
To the Editors ofthe " Sydney Herald." Gentlemen,-1'ioud, indeed am I, to think an oppor- tunity now oriel» me to transmit you an account ot the exHiniuutKiii of the " Church Sunday School'' children, whjch lately took place al Salín John'» chinch. The morning wa» ushered in by the tolling of the tell, when. In lill part» ol'the town, mimbersuf well i ressert children weie teen bending iheir »tcp» to the House of Ood, all anxiety a» lo who would curry the prizes; by ten o'clock the whole of the children were in at- tendance, One hundred and Ten in number, under the courge of their respective lexcher«, Messrs. K and Al, Mariden, Oak», Smith mid While» ; ulso, Mettrt. Staff, Shelly, White, Byrne', Elder, Bricknell, White und Smith; the examination wn» conducted by Mr. Jame» Stuff, teacher of the Infant School; the judge» weio, the Veneiuble the Archdeacon, the Reverends &nbsp; Marsden, Hill, Forrest, Dickenson, and the Reverend Thomas Hassal, the founder of this noble Institut...
To the Editors of the "Sydney Herald." Windsor, 17th May, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 21 May 1832
Ta the Editors of the " Sydney Herald." Windsor, 17th May, 1832. GENTLEMEN,-I again beg to trouble you with a few remarks on sheep scab, and to suggest the only certain mode of cure. The insect, which breeds in the liver by the sheep eating buttercups, is flaok, and not flocks, as in your paper of Mon- day. I am inclined to think our wool growers will find it a much more difficult matter to clean their numerous flocks than they anticipate. "Clod- hopper" thinks, that had they set about this in earnest, it might have been accomplished since in- timation of the intention of the Legislative Coun- cil to pass the -Act was given. As long as the sheep walk is allowed to remain unimproved, mixed depasturing practised, that is sheep and cattle together, and the present mode of manage- ment continued, it never can be done. All the predisposing causes remain unchecked,' viz. rank coarse grasses and noxious plants, and general mis- management. Debility in individuals is thus pro- duced, and di...
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE from the 17th to the 21st instant. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 21 May 1832
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices oí FARM PRODUCE from the nth to the ilt& instant. s '. &lt;*. Wheat, best N. S. Wales .... 0 5 8.J p. biis.nl fJOIbs.. Du. second quality, do........ 0 4 0 dum Ullin Do. third do. do.0 .1 3 dilin du:.» Bulley, best ditto.... 0 3 O dm» of Solus. Maize, best ditto.. 0 2 4 du. nieusiiicml. Colonial Tobncco, best.0 2 0 |>ei lb. Ditto, second quality.0 1 8 dillo Potatoes N. S. Wales. 4 '7 6 perlón Butler, best sall..4 4 0 pi-icwl. Cheese, good. Î 2 O Millo Potk, sall.,. 1 lu * d'lio. Bacon,.1 « 8 dm» Hum,. 3 0 8 ditto W. C. PUDDBFOOT, Commission Aeent, G coi te ttreet.
DIARY. Memoranda for the present week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 21 May 1832
DXAB.Y. Memoranda for the present'week. May. "SÏÏîT TTOgh Tide. I risi'i \'iet¡ I morn | even «|"|ggutg^tnor"''20i? °l5 »I"56!» ° g21 'j' >| Prince»» Homburg b 1770 j 7 1 4 51) | » g) | 2 4» gTj-W | Battle HamllilêâTHOC. 7 I"]T~50 1 I 15 [ .2 55 afpr I Copernicus" rfiVrf. 154«. |TT 4 !>&lt;J\ 2 30 | 3 0 '25*1 F~~|~lrnh Iteliclllon, 171)8. ¡7 2 | 4 58 | 3 .13 [4 5 26 I S-lJ K- J- Hayden, d. 1801). | 7 ii 14 57 j 4 30 J_5_ 8 27 [ S frith SuiKlny~after~Í^tcr7í~7 ii | 4 57 | 5 40 | (¡14 "Last Quarter, 23rd day, 25 minute» past 7 In the morning