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GENERAL ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 June 1832
GENERAL ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING. &nbsp; NOTICE is hereby given, that the General Annual Licensing Meeting will be holden at the Police Office, Campbell Town, on Tuesday the 19th day of June next, at ten o'clock &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; in the afternoon, for the special purpose of taking into &nbsp; considiration all applications which shall be made to the Trustees then assembled for Licenses for Public houses, in the districts of Airds, Appin, Upper and Lower Minto, and Cook. &nbsp; By order, JOHN SCARR, Police Clerk. Police Office, Campbell Town, May 24, 1832. FOR the information of all concerned, I give notice that the following is the list of Assessors who are duly summoned by me for the service of the Civil Side of the Supreme Court, on the dates opposite to their respective names : George Bunn, Esq. J. P., John Busby, Esq. J. P., John Campbell, Esq. J. P., --- Monday, 4th June. Henry Donnison. Esq. J. P., Thomas Forste...
SENTENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 June 1832
SENTENCES. George Plomer and John Brailsford, convicted of a highway robbery on James Edye Manning, Esq. were placed at the bar to receive sentence The Chief Justice, in passing sentence upon them, remarked that the circumstances of the case were of an aggravated nature, and too clear to leave even a doubt upon his mind as to their guilt. Their offence was one of the utmost violence and danger to society, and, from the facility with which it could be carried on in this country, it was neces- sary that they should suffer the utmost extremity of the law. The learned Judge then ordered both prisoners for execution at such time and place as His Excellency the Governor might think proper to appoint. Daniel Parnell, convicted of larceny, two months imprisonment. James McMahon, convicted of larceny, to be worked in irons for twelve months. John Robinson, convicted of larceny, to be worked in irons for twelve months. Alfred Turner and Henry Lyons, convicted of forgery, judgment of death rec...
SELECT POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 4 June 1832
, se£eCt. poeäty. Mr. Hone, the well-known author of the Every Day Book, has just published the following song: Fill the Cup, the bowl, the glass, With wine and spirits high ; Anil we will drink, while round they pass, To-Vice and Misery ! Push quickly round the draught again, And drain the goblet low ; And drink in revelry's swelling strain, To-Reason's overthrow ! Push round, push round, in quiekest time Tlie lowest drop be spent In one loud round, to-Guilt and Crime, And Crime's just punishment! Fill, fill again ! fill to the brim To-Loss of honest fame ! Quail', deeper quaff1 while now we drink . Qffr Wifcs' and Childrens' shame! ' Bjnli round, and round, with loudest cheers | v -. Of mirth and revelry! i . ^ We drink to-Woman's sighs and tears ! i " And-Children's poverty ! I '*" Once more! while power shall yet remain, I E'en with its latest breath, Drink-To ourselves Disease and Pain, And Infamy and Death!
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 June 1832
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices Ale, Eng.-Ii liri. 67. a S7. I»j du. doz. 14>ul6i Colonial-Ilhd. 60 a 811 do. úu¿. 0 a II Beer,Elit;.-Hhd.8/.a8¿ \0> do. gul. Min li Colonial-Ilhd. 4* c U do. gal. 2 a 0 Biscuit.percwt. 19 a tj Blankets, Col. p.pr. lo ,i SO Blue,.Iii. i h oo Butler, fresh....isndulsßd salt.(i i) a 1 o Bread,Slh.loiil, u 3 a 0 t| Candles, M Ids.] b. I o a 0 o Dips..., o 7j,i 0 0 I Cattle, Bullocksen.Si10/ a 2/lsJ Working do. 3 0 u 4 0 Cows,.. . " 1 0 as n do.in Milk "1 10 ii 2 lo Calves,...,,, 6>n 8« Sheep,....,, CaB Pig».., 7 a 10 do. roasting, 4 a on Cheese, Ei.g.lb.SsSda Osud ,., ? , Cot' .. 0 4 q 0 6 Cloth.l'ui rawalla Per yard.1 * a 0 0 Do. llioad ilo. 3 4 a O 0 Cotteegrnil. Iii. 1 6 a 0 0 E8E'> per doz. 1 0 a I 2 Flux,NewZea, ton, 16/ a l8 Flour, lOOIbs. line 2nd s Batker.I7s0ri-I4»0d Longford, ..10 f> -1> o Dixon,.17 u -14 0 Girard, ....17 0 -14 0 Pickering...17 0 -14 0 Gordon.17...
Spirits and Tobacco. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 June 1832
Spirits and Tobacco. Stock on hand 2tith instant, B. P. rum, 139 595 cal. lons; brandy, 20,401 pallnn» ; gin,9.478 unirons; other spirit«, 4 C88 gallons; tobáceo, 42 891 pound«. Received during Hie week, B. P Rum, 956 gallons; brandy, 1.292 gallon« ; tobacco. 12,744 pounds. Delivetrd tor Home Consumption B. P. Kum. .1 SP* gnlton«; brandy, 64 gallons; gin,267 gallons ; lobacio, 2,025 pounds. Delivert-d for Exportation, B. P. Hum, 383 gallons; blandy, 64 gallons; gin, C9 gallons; tobacco. C1C pounds. Stock on hand 2nd instant, B. P.'Dum, 13fi.5*4 gal. lons; brandy 2I,5fi5gallons ; gin. 9,142 gallons; other spirits, 4,388 gallons ; tobacco, 52,994 iiuunds. June 4, 1(132.
OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 June 1832
OUTWARDS. WILLIAM IV.53 tons, laggan, Newcastle, sundries. SIR WILLIAM WALLACE, U lons, Barnett, New. castle, ballast. BETShV. 14 tons. Meadows, Brisbane Water, ballast. PANDORA, 27 lons, Brown, Newcastle, sundries. SHAMROCK, 29 tons, Williams, Newcastle, ballast. SARAH, 14 tons. Le Bas, Newcastle, ballast. SALLY, 17 tons, M-KenZle, Boongaree's Nina, sundries. LINNfcT. ia inna, Frederick, Broken Bav, ballast. ENDEAVOUR, 14 lons, Everinuham, Hawkesbury, sundries. HOPE, £4 tons, Brown, Newcastle, ballast. MER, Hlniik, Inend, lllnwarla. sundries. MONITOR, 90 lons, Sim beck, Newcastle, ballast. 'TAR, 12 tons, Wright, Hawkesbury, ballast. ME«MAID. II ton', Doors, Hawkesbury sundries. MARY ANN, IO tons, Christie,Hawkesbury, ballast. SOPHIA JANK, 156 lons, Biddulph, Newcastle, sun- dries. MARY ANN, 0 tons, Falkner, Hawkesbury, sundries MAID OF THE MILL, liions, Singleton, Hawkesbury, sundries W11 LIAM IV., S3 tons. Taggart. Newcastle, sandras. ADELAIDE. 30 lons. Stokes, lllawnrra, sundries...
DIARY. Memoranda for the present week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 June 1832
DIARY. Memoranda for the present week. I SUN I High Tide. June._Calendar._| rises | sets \ mum | eren. ~7~RH Beileide taken. 1751. | 7 0jj M [JO 0 | 2~23 _8J K j 7 «ps. ern t to '1 We, 1788 j"7~> 14_53J 2JÍ0 j .1 32 "1T| S | Dr. A Ki»c8rf. 1625. V^jjj* M | 4 5~| _4 »1 "MÄiSE T-Hc"ng|7 7|4¿r»7»lT« 11 j M I Whit Monday. _j 7 7 | 4 59 j fi 12 | C 40 12 IT | Whit TuosOay. | 7 6 14 52J 7 13 | 7 42 J3 | W | Lord Hasting« blut. 1483 | 7 8") 4 S2 | 8 10 | 8 30 ' Full Moon 13th day, 49 minute« past 5 afternoon.
EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 29th ult., to the 4th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 June 1832
EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 29M ult., to the 4th Instant, inclusive. LOUISA, 243 tons, furnier iiiauei, for the South Sea li-hery, stores. FAREWELL, 31 tons, M'Donald master, for Latinees lou ; |2 lons coal,4casks pink, U cusks buller,2 cases cheese, 3 cases cundle«, 4 ca«ks tallow und store«. ALEXANDER, 229 ton», Gieen master, 1'ir llooart Town and New Zealand, shipped at the Cape ot Good Hope, for Hobart Town, sundries. Shipped at - lins port for Hobart T.iun ; 30 lons coal, 5 cases cheese, 11 CHsks tallow, 3D boxes soap, 22 kegs buller, 16 casks beef, 5 ca>k» pork, 8U bug^i maize, 15 casks oranges, & casks lemons, 50 pipes wine, 100 keg» her. rings, 10 cusks salmon, 25 hattet" gunpowder. Sliip jred for New Zealand ; 8 boxes tobacco pipes. 19 cusks powder, 1 cask flints, £0 muskets, I sheet lead, 20 cariouch boxes, 1 onie Ironmongeiy, 1 cask lund- i waie, 1 bale blankets, I hale (launel, I bale shining, 2 guns, and .«lores. j ROYAL ADMIRAL, 414 lons, Fotheringham ...
Vessels entered outwards from the 29th to the 4th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 June 1832
Vessels entered outwards from the 29th to the 4th Instant, inclusive. June I-WOLF SÖ5 tons, W. Walker and Co., agents, South Sens. -1-LLIZABETII, 61 lons, J. Learmonth agent, Launceston, --*-CURRENCY LAS8, SO lons, W, Wallace, agent, Mobun Toun. -3 rUNCHAL, loo ton». Lamb and Co., agents, Ho. bau Town. ? «-MARY ANN, Hi tom, Aspiual and Co., agents, London.
COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. COMPILED AND PUBLISHED UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE CUSTOMS. IMPORTS. Reports from the 29th ult., to the 4th Instant, Inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 June 1832
COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of tue Cuvtoms. IMPORTS. Reports from the 29/A ult., to the 4th Instant, Inclusive. May 30.-JOLLY RAMBLEU cutter, SR tons. Lancey, master, flinn Launce«lon, J. II. Lance) ,a(!enl ; 1,000 bushels wheat, 8 ton» 17 c*l, potalues, 1,000 kullaroo skins, 5 bales «no1 6 bullock hule», .1 bales clolli, 3 case« boohs and chilli, Ordei. -31.-ELIZA IShTIl schooner, SI toil'., Ilarl master, liom Launceston, via Twofold Bav,John Learmouth agent. June 1.-MARI ANNE brig, 261 tons, McKenzie master, fruin Liverpool, via C'uue ol Good Hope, William Morgan agent ; I caxe woollens, Kemp ami Co. ; I cask st eds, 'J. Radcliffe; 1 cask hardwaie, J. Cor belt; 13 bales collons, 15 ton« salt, A. Ciombie; SO puncheon* ruin, 30 cases collons, 7 bules counter- panes, 6 bales blankets, £20 bundles hoop iron, J. Unit; I case printing, E. S. Hall; 1 bale cloth S. Marsden ; 24 cares S bales collons, 31 puncheons rum, Aspmul »nd C...
Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 June 1832
Weekly Meteorological Table. --ODO TlieWEATIir.Ilnnd variations oftlieTIlEllMOMETUIl, during the imilueek, in Sydney. ntO In the morning, ni nnim. mid nt f) oTInck in the cvcnfiiB._ Mun. 6 a. in FORSy Wud C) a. v Clon y I'lini», G a. m. Cool 50 WNW Fruliiv| Sut. ¡Ö a. in. C Windy Windy. 48 19 noon Clnndj fiO W \2 noon Ki nu 12 noon Windy 12 non Windy GO S W \tnaon Windy 50 W 12 noon Windy 6 p. in. Clmidy 57 Calm Cloudy 0 p. tn Wind iß p. 111. Windy 6 p. ni. Fine [fi r- ni. Fine Mean Temperature, SI.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 June 1832
COMMISSARIAT DEPARTMENT. STAVES roa SALE TO be SOLD by AUCTION, on Thursday the Ulli June next, by Mr. Frltchcu, at ihr Omnmissarial Timber Yard, S 205 Double Quebic Slave» The Staves u ill be pal up in lois lo suit purchaser». Prompt payment will he required; and the Staves to be al the immediate risk of the purchaser, at whose ex neme Hie j must be removed from the premises. The sale to commence at eleven o'clock precisely. CommisMirial Office. Svdiiey.? 1st June, UTO. Î _JAMB». LAIDLEY. Pep. Com. Pen. Commissariat Office, Sydney, 4th June, 1812. Military Servlco) TH E undermentioned articles being jcquired for the Palillo Service, perMins desi- rous tif supplying ihe same are requested to transmit their tendéis, in «tiling, to lint office, by J« o'clock on Thursday, 14ih June, sealed and endorsed " Tender of Stores fur Militer) Service.'1 30 Pewter chamber nols, 80 night caps, s hair mats, 5 furnaces, 150 rugs, 4 sentry boxes, 3 hvdrometersnnd thermometers,(s>ykes'sj-1 brass c...
Colonial Secretary Office, Sydney, 4th June, 1832. CONVEYANCE OF COALS FROM NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 June 1832
Colonial Secretary Office, Sydney, 1 4th June, 1832. CONVEYANCE OF COALS FROM NEWCASTLE. PERSON^ disposed to convey such Coats as may be required for the Colonial De purtmenU from Newcastle, lo the Dock-yard In Sydney, lo Hie 31st of December next, are requested to transmit Tenders lo this Office by t« elve o'clock, on Thurtday the Ulli ins'ai t, cudoiaed "Tender for the Conveyance of Coal»." Further particular» may be ascertained on applica- tion lo to the Master Attendant, at the Dock-yard. By Command of Mis excellency the Governor, ALEXANDER M'LEAV. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, Mh June, 11312. CONVEYANCE being required for Hie Colonial Service in Sydney, persons dis* posed to furnish, by the day, such single or doable Horse Caris a» tuny be necessary, from time to time, arc requested to transmit their Tenders to this Office by twelve o'clock, on Thursday the Ht h Instant, endorsed "Tendéis for Conveyance." Further particular» may be obtained on application to the Colonial...
ORIGINAL. For the "Sydney Herald." A SONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 June 1832
OKXaXXfAX. For the « Sydney Herald." A SONG. Oh, stay gentle Zephyr! and tell me why, Tho' the Moon shines briglit, in yon azure sky; The Stars round her dancing in magic ring, And Peace seems reigning o'er avery thing; How is it Zephyr, tell me, I pray, That I am not happy, as happy as they? Zephyr A fair Maiden you've seen, one I know well ; ' Tis round such beauties I always dwell : You have felt the charms of her sparkling eye, Bright and as clear, as Australia's sky ; You have seen the dark curls of her glossy hair, Waving in ringlets, o'er her neck st) fair; A smile you've seen play on her ruby lip, Tempting Zephyrs to kiss, and the bee to sip ; Her laugh you've heard-so lightsome and glad, As would seem to say, that she ne'er was sad ; You've notie'd her step and her lovely mien, Light and as gay, as a fairy Queen: You wish to possess her:-this is why, At the sound of lier name, your heart heaves a sigh; And tho', when you see her, it causes you pain, I Yet you still love to ...
OFFICIAL NOTICES, &c. ISSUED BY GOVERNMENT SINCE OUR LAST PUBLICATION, AND COPIED VERBATIM FROM THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE OF LAST NIGHT. Colonial Sccretary's Office, Sydney, 26th May, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 June 1832
OFFICIAL NOTICES, «to. | ISSUED BY GOVERNMENT SINCE OUR LAST PUBLICATION, AND COPIED VERBATIM FROM THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE OF LAST NIGHT. Culonlnl Secretary's Ollice, Mtlntrv. Eötti Mnv. 1BDÎ. HIS Excellency ' the Governor directs it to be nulilied, 1 tint I rom the 1st pioxuno, the Olhcers tit the Civil Sei \ ice, « hose Depart- ments nie paid uni of (he Mlllmrv Chest, will b« ic quired lo tmti»inil to the Deputy Coniiiilivary General ull A|iplicatlons for the Cuiisuuctinii mid Jte|>.ilrs of the Huilriiiijs in linn cluuye, the expense» of which arc alio lo be difrnved bj tia t iimiimsarlnl, instead of the Colonial Goveriiiiunl, ii s heietofoie. Hy illa Excellency's Cummmid, ALEXANDER M'LEAY.
MARKET DUES. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney. 5th June, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 June 1832
MARKET DUES. I Colonial Secretary's Office, I Sydney. Stli June, 1832. I TO be LET by PUBLIC AUCTION, at Ide Fótico Office of Sydney, on Thursday, tile 14l!i &lt;!&lt;iy of June instant, ut One »'Clock, tile dues nruing. and to be collected at the following Mai kel» fur »ix months, commencing the 1st dny of July, 1U3Î ¡ viz - 1st-At S j dney, including lb» new Cottle Mai kct, and 2d-At Parramatta, including Hie Pound. To be l.utup in separate Lots. Lach Lestée mutt enter into n bond, willi two res ponMlile Sui elles, for the regular payment of the rent, in equal monthly Invlaliiieiit«, before ihc expiration of teven dava utter the end o/each month. Further pni licolur» may lie ascertained by applying nt the Office ol the Collector of Internal Revenue. By Comiuund of His Excellency the Governor, ALEXANDER M'LEAY.
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE from the 2nd ult. to the 7th instant. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 June 1832
RETURN oj the Average Wholesale Price» «/ FARM PRODUCE from the 2nd utt. to the 7th instant. £ t. d. Wheat, best N. S. Wales Do. second quality, do.0 4 D». third do. do.0 3 B.illey, best ditto.O 3 Maize, liest dato.0 S Colonial Tobacco, best ...... 0 1 Ditto, second qualilv .0 1 Piiliilocs, M. S. Wales. 4 6 Butler, best sall.4 l8 0 per cwt Cheese, good. S 3 0 ditto Poik, hall. I 10 4 ditto. Bacon,.2 6 B ditto Hain,. 3 0 8 ditto W. C. PUDDErOOT, Commission /lient, Ocoiicitrcct, 0 p. bus.of OOlbi. 5 ditto dum 6 ditto . dil:o li ditto of Solus. 6} do. ineasiiremt. 7 |>ct lb. 4 dilto per ton