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RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE from the 30th ult, to the 2d instant. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 June 1832
RETURN oj the-Average Wholesale Prices aj FARM PRODUCE from the 30th till, to the 2d instant. Wheat, best N. S. Wale» .. Do. fécond quality, do.0 Do. third do. do.0 Bailey, best ditto.o £ : d. Maize, best ditto..,.0 2 5J do. menin :eo. best.0 1 BJ pel lb. bus.ol GOlhss. 3 ditto ditto, 6 ditto dil:r> (1 ditto of 5(11 Ls renn. Colonial I'otiace Ditto, second qunlll) .0 I G" dato Potatoes, N. S. Wales.... 4 5 0 pei ton Butler, best sall.,.4 8 8 pu cwt. Cheese, good. 2 2 0 ditto Pork, salt. I 10 4 ditto. Bacon......2 6 8 ditto Hum,. 3 0 8 ditto W. C. PÜDDBFOOT, Comnuision Atent, Ceoigt-ttrert.
LAUNCESTON NEWS. (From the "Launceston Advertiser " of May 16.) Imports and Exports at the Port of Launceston, quarter ending the 5th April, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 June 1832
LAUNCESTON NEWE. - oo - (From the " Launceston Advertiser " of May 1C.) Imports and Exports at the Port of Launceston, quarter ending the 5th April, 1832. Imports.£20,543 li 1 E\ports.£1-2,902 3 4 Tonnage of ships, inwards, 1232 tons. Tonnage of ships, outwards, 1389 tons. Wmgiiíno Burner-We understand that one or two enturprising individuals have determined upon constituting a weighing bridge, near the wharf, piovided the government will allow them apiece of land in that situation; such a machine would be .i surprising convenience to the public, and we trust His Excellency will consider this before he decides upon the application of the parties. Tiik Markits.-On account of the late heavy rains having so cut up the roads and streets, very little grain has been brought to market. The recent exportations have been more from the stores of the merchants thon from the settlers. We think, however, that wheat, although we cannot yet venture to quote it at a higher average, is rising in pri...
POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 June 1832
POXiXCE INCIDENTS. Thursday.-Mary Smith, for being picked up in Kent-street under inspiration the previous even- ing, tearing a passion to tatters like the Pythian goddess, was ordered to do penance in face of the admiring market for four hours. John Jones was charged with being picked up as he acknowledged, more than half and half, but which he accounted for in the following way. Your worship as I was a walking down George street last night, I meets a woman blubbering, now your worship knows the old song, " Is there a man can mark unmoved, Dear woman's tearful eye." no, and so says I, young woman lets see ye home, and home I seed her ; when I arrived there, I met some d-d liberal fellows, who punched mc so heartily for my politeness, that I forgot everything, and when I awoke I found myself in the watch house. Bench.-Well Jones have you any money, gallantry is no excuse. Jones.-No! your worship. I'm cleaned out, out. Bench.-Go to the stocks for two hours. John Colraney, assigned to...
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 June 1832
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Tkut ¿day's Market ( Sterling) Price* Ale, Rug.-H hil. 8/. a 8/. l"i do. doz. 14xal3j Colonial-Hhd. 00 n 8n do. do/. 0 a B Beer,Eng.-[tint. 8/. a Si.lOi do. gal. Mia 15 Colonial-Ilhd. 45 a Í5 do. gal. 2 a O Biscuit,....percwt.19 a 2j Blankets, Col.p. |ir. 16 a 30 Blue,.Ib. i a Po Butler, fresh....Is')dals6d sall.o 9 a 1 0 Bread,2lh. Inn!, ii 3 a 0 3| Caudles,Mids.lb.l 0 a 0 0 -Dip...... 0 7*.i 0 0 Cattle. Bulloek»ea.2/lCi a2il3i Winking do. 1 0 a 4 0 Cows.1 o a 2 o do.in Milk ,, 1 10 a 2 lo Cilveí,., 6ra Hi Shec|.,, G a 8 Pigs,.." 7 a 10 do. roasting, 4 a Ol' Cheese, Eng,Ib.2« 3d a Osi d Col. ,,04000 Cloth,P.u rainalla per yard.I 8 a 0 0 Do. Bioinl do. 3 4 a 0 0 Collée gnid. Iii. 1 6 a 0 0 Eggs, per uni. 10 a | 2 l'Iax.NcwZen.ton.ifi, u lil 1 lour, lOOlus. hue 2nds Baiker.I7s0d-14-0.1 Longford, ..IG 0 -H (1 Dixon,.17 o -15 0 On util.17 0 -15 t) Pickering... 17 0 -14 0 Gordon, ....17 0 -15 0 Gieen,.16 0 -14 0 Trait, Orange...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 June 1832
BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. THE COMMITTE of this Institution respect fully inform its Members and Friends that the ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of tfic Members will be held in'the Coi/KT"Hotfsr, in King-street, on TUESDAY EVENING, the 5th of JUNE NEXT, commencing at ¿-past ft o'Clock in the evening, after which, Collections will be made at the Doors, in aid of the .Funds. Special accommodation will be reserved for Ladies. The Committee request that all claims against the Society, up to the 31st instant, may be immediately presented for settlement RICHARD HILL, Skcrktaet. Sydney, May 26, 1832. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. NOTICE is hereby given, that the final ad- journed MEETING of the AGRICUL- TURAL SOCIETY will be held at Sir Jon* Jamison's residence, in Sydney, on the I4th day of June next, for the purpose of drawing up a Report to be submitted to the Council, on the operation pf tile proposed Scab Act Dated 3! st day of May, 1832. MIMOSA BARK. WANTED, FIFTY TONS of MIMOSA BARK, for Cash-Apply to WIL...
MARKETS. THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 June 1832
MARKETS. TiiunsDAY, May 31, 1832, The uninterrupted continuance of fine weather with which we have been favoured for the last four weeks, has been the cause of well-stocked markets during that period. The market on Thursduy was abundantly supplied with every de- scription of produce. 1500 bushels of wheat were disposed of at Mr. Barker's granaries, from 4s. 6d. to 6s. per bushel. Maize is still at a low mark, and it will still be lower, when the stubble corn is got in, which bids fair to be abundant. Barley was rather scarce, some good heavy samples would meet with a ready sale. Oats and Rye stationary. Some fine new Potatoes were sold at 7s. per civt. ; and Vegetables generally were on the rise. Dairy Produce sustained but slight alterations. Cat- tle and Butchers' Meat at our last quotations, but an advance may be daily looked for. Sales of horses are going on at a hand gallop. Leaf Tobacco, of which there is plenty on hand, begins to look yellow. Wool is still in demand. Woods ar...
COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 21st to the 28th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 June 1832
COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority oj the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 21 si to the 28th Instant, inclusive. .Vluy22-NIMBI E&lt;chooiiei,lBOlnns, liioud, lunn the Mauritius, J. I) Benington, agent; 184 bags sugar, It. Brouks; 1047 bags sugai, General Siewail; 64 bags sugar. William lliuad; 1 cu-e Minti", I basket taslor oil, I Lag "ligar,! bag tuiree, Captain Hnssi ; 152 bags su. gut, VV. Cox ; 83U bags 14 casks sugar, 45 casks molas- ses, 2cu-es Hays, I cuse pencil cuses, 4 casks lipsoci suits, 1 case h icks, indei. -21-LADY WELLINGTON brig, IfJO tons, Cliff master, trout London, via liobait Town,-agent ; IO casks rum, 1 box bonks, I box stationery, 1 box ink, it casks blacking, 1 box sauces, 0 kegs imisluid, 2 boxe-, oilman's wines, 1 cask glue, 6 buriel« msiii, 12 kegs palin, 3 cases mi wine, I cask i nilen stone, 1 cask olive oil, 1 cu-k japan goods, I mai lump colton, 1 cuse cottons, 2 case huts, 2 boxes nrtitici...
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, JUNE 4, 1832. " Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 June 1832
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, JUNE 4, 1832. -+. " Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." It is reported, that the Governor is about to proceed to Argyle, with a view to as- certain the propriety of forming the new road, so much wanted from a part of that district to the sea. The Surveyor Gene- ral, ¡tis also reported, will accompany His Excellency, to point out the track. We would just hint to the settlers in the dis- tricts through which His Excellency passes, what their own good sense will probably dictate, the expediency of testi- fying, in the usual manner, their sense of the honor and benefit conferred, by this speedy attention to their appeal. The 'ourncy must be attended with great per- sonal inconvenience, at this inclement sea- son of the 3'ear; but the desire of ascer- taining by ocular inspection, the truth of the reports regarding the possibility and advantages of forming this road, have in- duced His Excellency, it is said, at all hazards, to undergo its fatigues ; that if ...
Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 June 1832
?Weekly Meteorological Table» Thr W P ATTI HP nml va. mimi» of (lu- Til EH MO \t mT.lt, iliinnff Hie pint wrrk iii *}liney, ut fi in the moiiiing, lit linn», nml nt (1 iiTlnck ill till- f Vf nilli;. Focsy At ti ii. ni..H a. iii Cool Clou ; 12 ii ao ii doini} 60 \v Illili-.. lo ».ni, Ii noun Wind} fiul.i\| Sui. i n. 111.6 ». ni Windy Cool 4(5 W W IS uno",11 noon Wind} Wind) fid 50 S W W 6 p. ill. Cl.nul) 57 Culm : p. iii. Cloud) I p. ni.¡6 ;> in « linly Fine Merni Teinpciulinr, iii.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 June 1832
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. &nbsp; From Launceston, on Wednesday last, the cutter Jolly Rambler. From Newcastle, same day, the steamer Sophia Jane, Captain Livingstone. From same place, on Thursday last, the steamer William the Fourth, Captain Taggart. Passengers per Marianne -Mr. R. Hipkiss, Sarah Hipkiss, James Bibb, Mary Ann Bibb, An- drew Tumbrill, Ellen Tumbrill, 45 settlers, 32 women, and 31 children. DEPARTURES. For the Mauritius, on Thursday last, the barque Bee, Captain Sullivan. Passengers, Yan, Hang, and Nee, Chinese. For New Zealand via Hobart Town, on Friday last, the brig Alexander, Captain Green. Passen- gers, Mrs. Green, Peter Seule, and John Ray, a prisoner. For Newcastle, same day, the steamer Sophia Jane, Captain Livingstone.' For the sperm fishery, same day, the American &nbsp; whaler Milo. For the sperm fishery, on Saturday last, the barque Pocklington, Captain Webster.
Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 29th May, 1832. DEEDS OF GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 June 1832
Colonial Secretary's Office, Svdney, 29th May, 1832 DEEDS OF GRANT. TITLE DEEDS, dated 19th October, 1831, of the undermentioned Gants ot Land, described in the Government Notices of the 14th, 19th and29th September, 1831, have been this &nbsp; day transmitted to the Registrar of the Supreme Court, in order that, when duly enrolled, they may be &nbsp; forwarded, through the Surveyor General, to the Collector &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; of Internal Revenue, for the purpose of being &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; 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. &nbsp; ALEXANDRIA. I. Barnett Levey. .. No. 1 K. riioiiins Hyndes . - H 3. Alexander Bindle Spark. -II THE FIELD OK MAUS. *. John Huckin ? K" n Thomas Hackett 5 . *°'" MAKOjTA. b. William Stubbs. No. ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 June 1832
BIRTH.—At Sydney, on Tuesday, the 29th ult. the lady of Thomas Icely, Esq., of a son. Died.—On Saturday last, after a few days illness, Mr. John Robinson, Chief Clerk in the Master Attendant's Office. Mr. R. formerly held the situation of Quarter-master Sergeant of the 39th Regiment, and by his urbane disposition, had endeared himself to a numerous circle of friends. He has left a widow and a small family, to lament his loss. At Newcastle, on Tuesday last, Capt. James St. John Ranclaud. Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS, &nbsp; AND FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES (Sole Proprietors.) No. 5, KING STREET, SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 June 1832
COMMISSARIAT DEPARTMENT. Commissariat Office, Sydney, îQtli Moy, 1812. TjHE Buildings belonging to the Mili- tary and Coimcl Establishments in Sydney, I'll-1 »mutta, Windsor, Liverpool, Campbell Town, Pemllli, Buthuisi, Newcastle, and theil dis- trict», rt quiring occasional repairs, and it being de- sirable that Hie same be undeiluken by commet, leudéis, in wilting, ivill be icceivcd al this Olllcc until Monday llic Mt li of lune next, at noon, for the pci foi munee al any of these places of the. urideiiiieii. Honed wink, hy measuienient, or any portion thereof as may he necessary ¡nul required, between the 1st July mid the end of the present year; viz. Shingling ut per square ; Mooring, with mid with mu joists, ditto ; pannel linois and window shutters per foot; ledgetl ditlo and ditto per foot; brick «oik per rod; plastering pel yufd; colouring in distemper tlilin ; while washing ditto; paint- ing ditto; (lazing per lout j smith»' woik tinto. Payment will be made on the productio...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 June 1832
FROM THE CROWN, Xn tne most bealthfol and »alatorlotts parts of tile Town of Sydney. Two well finislied and recently erected 'Houses, with/our valuable plots of Building Ground, immediately adjoining Üte residence of die'Principal SuperuttendetU of Police, and His Majesty's Military Barrach, ; also at Ute same time and place, the two un- dermentioned Valuable Estates, one of 2,000 Acres, near Bong Bong, upon the Black Bob's Creek, in the County of Camden ; the other, also of 2,000 Actes at Illawarra Lake, and Mullet Creek, known by die name of ' Wyllie s Farm and scarcely to be exceeded by any in the Colony. By Order and in pursuance of peremptory in- structions received from The Rev. Du. Lang, Head Minister of the Kirk of Australia. BY MB,. BODSSTBAM, On Wednesday, the 20th day of June, at 12 o'clock precisely. MR. BODENHAM has the honour to an- nounce to his Patrons that he has received positive, instructions from the Rev. Db. Lang to ; disposeôf the .WHOLE of his Valuable Propert...
Every Official Notice, as published in the Government Gazette, is inserted Once in this Journal, verbatim; generally the insertion will be in Thursdays number. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 28th May, 1832. SALE OF LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 June 1832
Every Official Notice, as published in the Government Gazette, is inserted Once in this Journal, verbatim ; generally the in- sertion will be in Thursday's number. &nbsp; Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 28th May, 1832. SALE OF LAND. AT twelve o'clock of Friday, the 31st day of August next, the Collector of In ternal Revenue will put up to Auction, at the &nbsp; Police Office, Sydney, the undermentioned portions of &nbsp; Land, on the conditions detailed in the Government Order of the 1st of August, 1831, No.22. The land will be put up at the prices respectively &nbsp; stated, and the highest bidder of those sums, or up- wards (if free) will be declared the purchaser. But before the bidding is accepted, the party will be required to pay down a deposit of ten per cent, on the amount of the purchase money, and to sign an engagement to pay the balance within one calendar month, under penalty of forfeiting both the deposit and the land. If payment be ...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 June 1832
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. Tlie French Minister of War'lately transmitted instructions to the Commanders of different corps, relative to the mode of proceeding against soldiers guilty of drunkenness. In future they are not to be reprimanded or punished at the moment of their returning (drunk) to the barracks, but on the fol- lowing day, when the fumes of wine have entirely evaporated. It is hoped that this regulation will prevent the frequent acts of insubordination which have been committed by some of the best soldiers. The charges against Col. Elrington, of the 47th regiment, before the Court Martial now assembled in Edinburgh Castle, merely relate to a point of regimental discipline, in so far as Colonel Elrington is accused of having delayed to take notice of a re- port made to him by Major Sadlier, who commanded one of the divisions of the regiment on its march to Glasgow, relative to insubordination which took place at Bathgate, in that division of the regiment under Major Sail tier's ...
LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT—(CRIMINAL SIDE.) (From the Sydney Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 June 1832
LAW INTZ1UC8HCS. SUPREME COURT-(OirstiVAi Sidk.) (From the Sudneu Gazette. I Monday, Mat 7.-In the Supreme Court, be- fore Mr. Justice Dowling ; John SpiUane, John Costello, and Michael Ormsby, were indicted for vio- lating the person of Catherine Hayes, at the Wea- ther-boarded Hut, on the 27th of January last. The indictment, in different Counts, charged the prisoners, severally and respectively, as principals and accessories to the felony. The ATToaííEY-GE>EBAL, (with whom was Mr. Moo he, the Crown Solicitor,) without making any statement of the case to the Jury, called Catiishinf Hayes, and Mauv He*» lino. (The cv ¡dence of these persons are before the public, but are too indelicate to appear in this Journal.) After the examination of these two winesses, The ATT0RNFY-Gi-sEKAro (after conferring with . Mr. Moore, the Crown Solicitor) addressed the Judge, "and said, he could not carry the case any farther ; and as the prosecutrix did not, by her evi- dence, establish the fact r...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 June 1832
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE Lecture.-The dry bracing weather of Friday night last, being favourable for the developement and display of the Electric Fluid, the Rev. Mr. M'Garvie exhibited a great number of beautiful and interesting experiments, illustrative of the light, heat, and force of Electricity. In damp weather the fluid is readily dissipated, notwithstanding of the greatest precaution. The company, which was large, was highly gratified. It gives us pleasure to see that this arduous undertaking is affording ample satisfaction to those who attend the course of Lec- tures. No doubt can be entertained of the un- avoidable obstacles to a first course, but we are as- sured that neither expense nor labour is spared in the attempt to remove them in this instance. We are informed by one of the Council that the use of an Air Pump, for a few evenings, would be es- teemed a favor of the highest kind, that instrument along with several others being on the way from England for the use of the Co...
CIVIL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 June 1832
Civil Side. Friday, J var, 1.-Friday being the first day of term, the three Judges took their seats in Banco, to hear motions and decide out standing Cases. On the motion of Mr. Norton, a special Jury was grunted in the matter of Benington v. Munn. Napthali v. Thompson. Rapsey, and another v. Singleton.- In these Cases, Mr. Keith moved that the taxed Bill of Costs be referred to the Master to be reveiwed. In making this motion, the learned Gentleman observed, that great injustice had been done his clients, inasmuch as the Muster had cut off the fees paid by them, although they were the suc- cessful party. Fees of the first and second Counsel had been considerably reduced, while those of the third had been struck out altogether. A variety of other fees had also been disallowed, and if the Court would not allow their officers such fees they could not appear respectable, and it was ten to one that they would do what would be dishonourable. Judge Stephen.-You mean Mr. Keith, if they do ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 June 1832
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. } Sydney, 8i. per Quarter_Singh .Numbers, 6d. > Country, (Postage included) 10s. 6d. per Quarter. J TERMS VQlt ADVERTISE»!ENTS. For Eight Lines and under, 2s. Od., and \d. each, for every Line above Eight ¡ for each Insertion. . 8^* The Sydney Herald is published every Monday and Thursday morning; and the Quarters end the 31st March, SOM June, fSOth September, and 31ri December; at which periods only can Subscribers decline. A n vertiskm knts ni uri specify, on the face of them, .the number of times they are intended to be inserted, or they will be continued till countermanded, and charged to the party. No advertisement can be withdrawn after 12 o'Clock on Wednesdays and Saturdays; but fresh ones will be received until 6 o'Clock of those days. All letters must be post-paid, or they will not be taken in. ron. calcutta direct. r|"^IIE first class Ship Burrell, JL will be despatched m about ten days. For freight or pas- sage apply to Cap!. Metcalfe, on board, ...