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POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 May 1832
POLICE INCIDENTS. MONDAY.—Mary Brown, with the organ of im- plication, fully developed on her Bardolphin pro- boscis, was charged with performing mass at a sly grog shop on Sunday evening, was sent to Gordon's school for a month. Hugh Sweeny, drunk. " 'Pon honour," said Hugh, lean over the bar, and extending his hand with the most comfortable assurance towards the Bench, " 'pon honor, such is not the case, I was only slightly inebriated." Bench—Then pay five shillings for your inebriation. " 'Pon honor," said Hugh ; but the Bench cut him short, and ordered him to take a panoramic view of Sydney for three hours. Ellen Driscoll, with her sparklers neatly and mathematically set in ebony, was charged with a moon light flitting from her master's house, and when picked up, a glass of grog was found secreted under her shawl, which she endeavoured to swallow on the constables lying hold of her, but a tap from his staff reduced the glass to atoms. Six weeks to Gordon's snuggery. Kate Connoll...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 May 1832
A Valuable Property and a secure invest- ment of Capital, particularly suited to persons of industrious and economical habits. Rental of £73 per Annum, Arising from two neat aiul compact verran dah Cotia y cb, ST MA. BODJBNHAIW, Upon the Premises now in the occupation of Messrs. Stephens and Barrett, on Friday, the 1st of June, in Cambridge street, near St. Phillip's Church, at J2 o'clock precisely. MR. BODENIIAM respectfully notifies that he has received directions to sell Two unique and well-built COTTAGFS ; they are finished in a neat and substantial style, each possessing the advantage of a Verandah both in front and rear, and contains two Bed-rooms, a Parlour, a large flagged Kitchen, fitted with sinks and an abundant supply of Water. Indépendant of which, they have the advantage of two entrances, and arc to be sold upon terms exceedingly beneficial to the purchaser. Persons desirous of investing Capital for the benefit of Children will find this property particu- larly deservi...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 May 1832
DOMESTIC IVTSUICIiirC£. We have been gratified by seeing some of the progeny of that celebrated horse Clydesdale, who died recently ; these colts bid fair to rival their sire, State of the Female Factory, Parramatta, on Friday the 18th instant.-The following official statement will shew the actual number of women confined in the different classes of the Factory : Females. Children. In the first class. 1297 lfll Second ditto. 85 i Third ditto . 198 11 Hospital . 11 Total. 423 113 Grand total. 536 The women in the first and second classes have 101 children ; in consequence of which people will not* take them as servants. At the present time there are 51 from these classes assir^.ied, and waiting to be removed by those parties who have applied for their services. The remaining 62 consist of aged women, idiots, cripples, a few servants, and the monitors : these are all ready to be discharged, if applied for. The 198 third class being under criminal sentences, can only be discharged by t...
SELECT POETRY. THE BILL'S EPITAPH. (From Belts Messenger.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 May 1832
SEX.ECT POETRY. THE BILL'S EPITAPH. (From Belts Messenger.) Here lies poor Bill-his sand has run, He died of forty stripes and one Though young, he was in wisdom Grey ; 'Tvvas the "Lords' will" the Bishops say ; But I suspect they slew the Lad, . Just as "hard commons" kill'd his dad ; 'Tis true the Coroner sat, and sent This Verdict "Died of Non Content." But clear your chystals, boys, and dry The radical moisture in your eye ; We have a Bill, whose power can save, Your dear dead darling from the grave, And he, despite each Tory worm, His scattered ashes will reform The will of Bill is law d'ye see ; The bill of Will the law shall be ; So here's Will's bill, and here's Bill's will. Bill-Will-and nothing but the Hill.
ORIGINAL POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 May 1832
OXLXOINAX POBTB.Y. The moon recalls life's dreary path, . Obscurely dark and bright ; Ja»t as our hours of deepest gloom Are followed by delight. But now the soars in brightest »kiel, Selcnely »weet and fair; , But now the leuipe.il« millen blast Beclouds her placid air. So man In summit of his wish. Lull», unconsciously of cure, Nor feels the moment'« quick approach, To plonge him in dispair. . And now, »be sweeps in deepest way, Ficr.ce thro' her milky doom ; . As pian lils troubled course pursues, A warning to the tomb. Port Stephens. . TAwzn.
Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 May 1832
Ship News. The following is a list of Ships Advertised for these Colonies, from London :-. For Swan River and Port Augusta, the ship Sir Francis M'Naughten, William Parker, commander ; 200 tons. For Swan River and Van Diemens Land, the ship Edward Lombe, Whiteman Freeman, H.C.S. Commander ; 400 tons. For Hobart Town and Launceston, the ship Manfield, E. T. Stainbank, Commander ; 400 tons. For Sydney, the ship Agnes, T. Millons, Com- mander ; 300 tons. For Sydney, the ship Governor Halket, A. &nbsp; Fotheringham, commander ; 300 tons. For Sydney, the ship Elizabeth, J. Currie, Com- mander ; 340 tons. For Hobart Town and Launceston, the ship Mary, William Beachcroft, Commander; 3OO tons. For Van Diemens Land, the ship Lang, J. Muddle Commander ; 300 tons. &nbsp; For Sydney, the Ceylon, Davison, Commander. For Van Diemens Land, the Norval, Friend, Commander. The Ann Jameson, Captain Alexander, master, for Hobart Town and Sydney. -ooo
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE from the 23d to the 26th instant. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 May 1832
RETURN of the Aterage Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE from the 23d to the 26th instant. £ Wheat, best N. S. Wales .... 0 Do. second quality, do.0 Do. third do. do.0 Barley, best ditto.0 Maize, best ditto.0 Colonial Tobacco, best.0 0 p. bus.of COlbg. 3 ditto ditto 6 ditto ditto Ii ditto of Milos. 4J do. measuremt. 8f per lb. Ditto, second quality.0 1 0 ditto Potatoes, N. S. Wnles. 4 5 0 per ton Butler, best salt.4 4 0 per cwt. Cheese, good.Ï 2 0 ditto Fork, salt. T 10 4 ditto. Bacon,.2 6 8 ditto Ham. 3 0 a ditto W. 0. PUDDEFOOT, Commission Agent, Otorte-itreet,
GENERAL ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 May 1832
GENERAL ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING. &nbsp; &nbsp; NOTICE is hereby given, that the General Annual Licensing Meeting will be holden at the Police Office, Windsor, on Tues- day, the l9th day of June next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, for the special purpose of taking into consi- deration all applications which shall be made to the Justices then assembled for licenses for public houses in the districts of the Hawkesbury for the year ensuing. &nbsp; By Order, &nbsp; ROBERT FITZ, Police Clerk. Police Office, Windsor, &nbsp; 11th May, 1832. &nbsp; Principal Superintendent of Convict's Office, Sydney, 21st May, 1832. THE undermentioned Prisoners having ab- sconded from the Individuals and Employ- ments set against their Names respectively, and some of them being at large with stolen Certi- ficates and Tickets of Leave, all Conslables and others are hereby required and commanded to use their utmost exertions in appiehending and lodging them in...
GENERAL ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 May 1832
I GJ^NEUALANNUAL LICENSING MEETING. | NOTICE is hereby given, that the General Annual Licensing Meeting will be holden at the Police Oflice, Liverpool, on Tuesday, the lutli day of June next, at lo o'clock in the forenoon, for the special purpose ot taking into consideiation all applications which shall be made to the Justices there assembled for licenses for public houses in the districts of Liverpool for the vear. By Order, FREDERICK WESTMACOTT, Police Office, Liverpool,) Police Clerk. 10th May, 1832. j
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, MAY 28, 1832. " Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 May 1832
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, MAY 28, 1832. " Sworn io no Master, of no Sect am I." Wi: have to call the attention of our Gra- ziers to the Government Advertisement in our last paper, requiring tenders for 100 tierces of salted Beef, for the use of II. M. Ships on the Indian station. As each tierce contains 3201bs. a quantity of 32,0001bs. will be required for the purpose, which will afford a seasonable relief by thinning the overgrown herds of the Country. We have only to repeat the caution given in a former paper, that every attention should be paid to this sample ; and to state our conviction that the person who neglects to employ the utmost vigilance, deserves to be marked with his own brand, as a punish- ment for his want of zeal and co-operation in securing a market for the colonial pro- duce of his Countrymen. We are glad to learn that preparations are making for the formation of new Post Offices, in various parts of the interior» by which the transmission of letters will be gre...
DIARY. Memoranda for the present week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 May 1832
DIARY. Memoranda for the present week. I SUN I High Tide. May._Calendar._| rises | tel* \ morn | even. S8'| M | William PÛTSôrn, 175!), | 7 .11 -1 57 | 0 4(1 | 7 g() 29J_T | Charlea Ii. resM., Um. | 7 0 14 57 | 7 .11 | 8 0 ni) 1 W pflexTT'cipe iftVrf, Í74TT7 41 4 50J_8 30 j » 54 iH~f"T I A»cen»lon Day._ |~7 4 | 4~5(1 | n~IS"n>'07 June._ 1 jJ'_J Ld.HoMü'í virtnry, I7D4. | 7_4 | 4 Ml | I0_ 0 | 10 20 JH S_f l'râee atj'irfc, 1814. _ I 7_5 14 55") 10 35 | 10J8
WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 May 1832
WOOIi. We have been kindly favoured with an accurate account of the latest Sales of New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land Wool, of which the following is a correct statement. December 31st, 1832. Stn, On the other side we hand you our accustomed report of the Wool Sales just concluded, which comprise about 2400 bales ; and which must, we expect, terminate or nearly so, our importations for the present season. The medium and better qualities of Wool have produced prices somewhat higher, we consider, than those of October, but the coarser ones have towards the close, given way a shade; a circumstance which is readily accounted for by the very large proportion of low Wools in- cluded in these sales. In our Oil Market there is n considerable de- cline, both for Sperm and Black Whale, the former being almost unsaleable, at £70 per tun, and the lutter nominally down to £30 without any buyers, even at that price. Bone in like manner, bears only a nominal value, and we doubt whether £120 pe...
THOMAS EBSWORTH'S SALE. 15TH DECEMBER, 1831. Ex JOHN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 May 1832
THOMAS EBSWORTirS SALE. 15rn Dkcembf.ji, .1831. Ex JOHN. BU, 4, li. ay. ; BM, 6, 1«. 2U. to li. 4Jd. ; RS, 8, Is. Ad. to ls.7Jd.;S,2, 1". Hd.; 0°0, 3, Is.; LL, 8, Is. 3\d.; BX, 3, Is. 2d.; O, 7, Is. 3d. ; Q 10, Is. 7d. to Is. 9d. ; JM 9, Is. 3d. to Is. 5hd. ; B A, 3, Is. 2d. ; IHB, 5, Is. lid. ; WS, 7, Is. 5d. ; t£c 4, Is. 5Jd. ; ^ 20, Is. M. to Is. 7¿d. ; MS 41, Is. 3d. to Is. öd. ; EL 17, Is. 3Jd. to Is. Gd. ; LE 8, Is. 4.}d. to Is.5d. ; ¿^ 7, Is. 5£d. to Is. Id. ; Bo 3, Is. 4Jd. ; jjj 2, Is. 4d. ; \^ 1, Is. 5rf. ; J A . l on HI.7, Is. 2d. to Is. Ad. ; F 4' i'-~V'-' G G 3, Is.O.Jd.; A 2, HU; J S B 15, Is. 2,1. to Is. 5d. ; G S 5, Is. id. ; RB 2, Is. 3kd. ; ^jy 4, Is. 2$d. ; .¿^ 5, Is. 3d. ; Tw 1, Is. 3M ; WLB C, Is. Id. to Is. 4./. ; MK 1, Is. l^d. ; LT 3, Is. 3 M ; T 4, Is. 3d. j B 8, Is. 3d. to Is. 5^1. ; F l,"ls. 9d. ¡ BB 10, Is. Gd. to Is. Id. ; BC 5, Is. 5rf. ; B 22, Is. H to Is. Gd. ; WAB 7, Is. Gili, to Is. cW. ; WB 9", Is. 4W to Is. 5d.; J G S,'li. 3d. to Is. 4tf. ; LB '11...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 May 1832
SHIPPING ÏHTEKX.IG&KTCE. . ARRIVALS. Trom London direct, on Thursday last, having left that Port on the 27th January, the barque Ceylon, 283 tons, Captain Davison, with a general cargo of merchandize. ' Passenger, Mr. Wagstaff. From Newcastle, on Wednesday last, the steamer Sophia Jane, Captain Livingstone ; and from the same Port on Thursday, the William the Fourth, Captain Taggart. Passengers per Lady Wellington, Captain Cliffe. Mrs. Cliffe, Mr. and Mrs. Webb, Miss Catherine Gorman, Messrs. G. Wilson, S. Jackson, G. S. Davidson, and W. Clarence. DEPARTURES. For Port Macquarie, on Thursday last, the .cutter Governor Bourke, Captain Owen. For tlie South Seas, same day, the brig Lord Rodney, Captain Blaxlund. For Launceston, on Friday last, the schooner Prince Regent, Captain Hassall. For Newcastle, same day, the steamer Sophia June, Captain Livingstone.
Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 May 1832
Weekly Meteorological Table» 'J'licWRATUERaml variation»orilieTI!ERMOVir.TER, during tlic juisl week, in Sydney, nt 6 in tile morning, ni noun, ninl nt G o'Clnck In the evening. Mo». Cool Tues. fi n. in Fino Mild 50 \V roney 49 Fridux 6 a. m Mild Sat. 6 a. in Cod i« S W Winilv in NNW 14 noon Clnml) nt se \1 not Clrnr W 2 7j no» Tine (io ISnoon Fine fit ese 0 v. m. Fine ra N G p. in. Tine fi p. in Tine 58 S 6 p. m Tin £8 SW ¡fl p. ni. Fine Mean Temperature, S7. ii p. ni, Cloud} fio Calm fi r. m. Fine fil WNW
LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—(CRIMINAL SIDE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 May 1832
SLOW INTEX.X.IGEKTCE. SUPREME COURT.-(Criminal Side.) Friday.-Before Judge Stephen and the usual Commission : John Wild was indicted for the wilful murder of Mary, his wife, at Sydney, on the 14th May. The particulars of the case are already before the public, it is therefore unnecessary to recapitulate them. Tile prisoner was found guilty, and sentenced to be executed this morning, and his body to be deli- vered over to be dissected and anatomized. Saturday.-Before Judge Stephen and the usual Commission : James Fitzgerald, a soldier of the 39th Regt., and John Jackson, were jointly indicted for break- ing and entering the Warehouse of the King, at Emu Plains, and stealing therefrom, 400 crowns, 800 half ditto, 2000 shillings, and 4000 sixpences, on the 20th January, both prisoners were found guilty, and remanded. The trial occupied 9 hours.
PRICES OF BRITISH STOCKS JANUARY 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 May 1832
PiiicEs of British Stocks January 20. I íiimk Stock,-Three per cent. Red. 82£$, three per cent. Cons. 82^fJ-, ditto for account, 82M$-, i three and half per Cts. 90, ditto reduced, 89J4f> [ ditto ditto, New, 89f ¡¡4), four per Cents. 100. India Stock-India Bonds, par-Annuities (Jan. I860) 16 10-16, Ditto New (ditto), Ditto (Oct. 1859), Ditto (Jan. 1880), Ditto (Oct. 1880), Exchequer Bills, 9 10,
PARTICULARS OF THE SUICIDE OF LIEUT. COLONEL BRERETON. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 May 1832
PARTICULARS OF THE SUICIDE OF LIEUT. COLONEL BRERETON. The report of this tragical event reached Bristol &nbsp; about 9 o'clock this morning, and, as may be ima- gined, it created an indescribable sensation through- out the city. It took place at Redfield-lodge, Law- rence-hill, an exceedingly neat and pretty cottage, the residence of the unfortunate deceased, and sit- uate about a mile and a-half from Bristol, in the up- per Bath-road. Colonel Brereton, it appears, returned home there lost night about 11 o'clock, from Reeve's Hotel, in this city, where he had been stopping during the progress of the Court-Martial. He came home in his gig, accompanied by his gardener. There was nothing unusual observed by the domestics in his manner or deportment on that occasion. He retired to his bed-chamber some time after 12 o'clock, but he must have remained up a considerable time in committing to writing the reasons which had induced him to perpetrate the fatal deed : for he left after...