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TOLLS AND FERRIES. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 5th June, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 June 1832
TOLLS A NU KEUKIES. CoIoiiihI Secretar) '.> Office, ísydney, lilli lune, IUJ'2 THE TOLLS and DUES arising, mid to be collected, al Hie iiiidcimcnlinncd To I Outet and Terries for six moulin, com, iticnnjiB the liisl day of Inly, 1812, will be let by Public Auction, at the l'olicu Oflicc, of Sydney, on Tliimiluv, the 14lh day of June, instant, at 12 o'clock iirecl-cly : viz. AT THE TOLLOATE. 1st-Near Sydney, at the Southern extremity of Geoigcstreet, and »I Ihu liar on ila- old Botany Hoad, neai the Toll-Gnlc. ïd-Near Beckett'» Illidge, on the rond between Sydney and 1'nrrumatla, mid also on the road between 1'Hiriininlta and Liverpool. 3d-Near Bowler's Illidge, op the road between Sydney and Liverpool. 4lh-Al Brnken-unck Bridge, on the road between Parramatta and Windsor. 5th-Al Howe's Bridge, nenr Windsor, nnd Olli-Ncnr I'ili Kow, Pnriaiuutln, oa ihe Western mad lo Emu t'eriy. AND AT THE FERKIKS. 7th-Over the fan umuna river nt Bedlam Point. Bill-Over the Uiver Nepean ut Emu Vlu...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 June 1832
BIRTH.—On Tuesday last, the Lady of John Lamb, Esq., of Castlereagh-street, of a son. Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS, AND FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES (Sole Proprietors.) No. 5, KING STREET, SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES.
EAST INDIA NEWS. MEETING OF RUNJEET SINGH, RAJAH OF MYSORE, AND LORD WILLIAM BENTICK, GOVERNOR-GENERAL OF INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 June 1832
EAST INDIA NEWS. MEETING OF RUNJEET SINGH, RA- JAH OF MYSORE, AND LORD WIL- LIAM 1JENT1CK, GOVERNOR-GENE- RAL OF INDIA. The Following account of this splendid spectacle, extracted from the litngal Chronicle, will, in the absence of more important matter, be found in- teresting : Koota it, Oct. 23-The troops who arc to form the escort of the Governoi-General, arrived, and took up their positions in the grand camp yestenljy. Lord Willum Bentick arrived in the evening, after sunset, and the usual salute was not therefore filed until this morning. His Loidship's cnin]> is pitched in the centre of the grand parade ground, in two lines, forming a street ; on either side of which the troops are posted thus : THE GRAND PARADE. Brigade of Guns, Lieutenant Maidman Hone Artillery, Captain Johnstone. II. M.'s 16th Lancers, Colonel Arnold. Body Guard, Captain Honeywood. Loro William Bestick's Cxiir. THE GRAND STREET. 1st Regiment Light Horse, Col. Skinner. 14th Regiment N. I. Colonel Litt...
LAW INTEILIGENCE. SUPREME COURT—(CIVIL SIDE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 June 1832
LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT-(Civil Side.) Monday,-Before Judge Dowling and Messrs. Bunn and Busby, J. P's., Assessors: Hunt v. Ingliss.-This was an action of ossurapsit to recover £GC 18s. Gd. for funeral expenses of the late Mr. Harrison. This action was brought against the defendant in his capacity of Administrator un- der that estate. The defendant pleaded, first, the general issue secondly, that he was not administrator at the time this claim was incurred-and thirdly, that he had properly administered, and that at present there were outstanding judgments beyond any assets he had in his hand. The Assessors found a verdict for the plaintiff. Dr. Wordell and Mr. Keith for plaintifT, Mr. Foster and Mr. D. Chambers for defendant. Aiken v. Manning,-This was an action brought against defendant as administrator to the eflectsof the late J. T. Campbell, Esq., to recover £120 IBs 4d alleged to be due, plaintiff^ as per centagc on money he had been the instrument of restoring to Mr. Ca...
To the Editors of the Sydney Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 June 1832
To the Editors of the Sydney Herald. Gentlemex,-It gave some of your readers much satisfaction to witness the interest now excited in Britain, to remove the aspersions which a sentence of banishment was calculated to throw over the memory of Thomas Muir, the first and most able sufferer in the cause of Parliamentary Reform, It is an hpnor to be connected with such a man ; and it should be our business in this Country, in which he resided, to glean the scanty remains of traditionary lore respecting him and his associates. Any of your readers who can point out where one of the party banished for political offences was bu- ried in the domain, the house occupied by Muir, or the individuals with whom he principally associated, or any anecdotes of his residence will confer an obligation of no small kind on the community, and particularly on that part of it that take an interest in romantic adventures, bordering almost on the fa- bulous. Muir's family Were respectable individuals in Glasgo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 June 1832
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. f Sydney, 8i. per Quarter.-Single Numbers, Gd. > Country, (Postage incladtd) 10*. Gd. per Quarter, j TERMS FOR ADVERTISEMENTS. For Eight Lines ami wider, 2». 6rf., ami id. each, for every Line above Eight ¡ for each Insertion. &lt;^" The Sydney Herald is published every Monday and Thursday morning; and the Quarter» end the Silt March, 30/A June, SOth September, and 81»i December; at which periods oniy «in Subscribers decline. AinrnTisFMrvrs must 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 io the party. No advertisement can be withdrawn after 12 o'Clock on Wednesday s and Saturdays, but fresh ones will be received unfit' 6 o' Clock of those days. All letters must be post-paid, or they will not be taken in. roa. calcutta x>m.x¡cT. I^HE first class Sliip Burrell, ? will be despatched in about ten days. For freight or pas- sage apply to Capt. ¡Metcalfe, ...
The Sydney Herald. THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1832. " Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 June 1832
The Sydney Herald. THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1832. -« " Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." It gives us pleasure to state, tliat the re- presentations made some time ago, respect- ing the Factory, have given rise to enquiry, which, it is probable, will be attended with beneficial consequences to its unfortunate inmates. There arc, it would appear, nearly (J00 women in this place of punishment, of whom nearly two hundred are supposed to be unfit for service, from age, and infir- mity; and the remainder are waiting for assignment, or are under sentence of law. We do not call in question the correctness ol' the statement, but we cannot help ex- pressing our surprize, at a fact not gener- ally known, till the statement was made, that 190 of these inmates are confined in this prison, and denied intercourse with general society, because they are of an age not fit for active service. If this is the case, and if no moral stigma is attached to their characters, it is, in our view, unjust to con- f...
To the Editors of The Sydney Herald, Windsor, 29th May, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 June 1832
To the Editors of The Svdnev Herald, Windsor, 29th May, 1832. Gentlemen,-I again beg to trouble you with a few remarks on some of theprevalent diseases of sheep, more immediately affecting the health of the consu- mer. . I find, on inquiry, that a far greater number of diseased sheep are slaughtered than, perhaps, any of your readers were aware. Scab, it is much to be regretted, is acknowledged as very general. No doubt now every method possible will be adopted to eradicate this foul disorder. . The proper general season must be judiciously chosen, or a great loss will be the consequence. It would be hazardous to attempt it at present. I may remark, that with skill and persevering attention, it should not cost more than from one penny to two-pence per head this however by the way, it is not alleged that a sheep long and thoroughly scabbed can, when slaughtered, be wholesome food-and thousands of this description arc annually, brought to sale. In this matter the whole Community is de...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editors of the Sydney Herald. June 3rd, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 June 1832
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editors of the Sydney Herald. June 3rd, 1832. Gentlemen, - I hailed with sincere gratification, the announcement in your leading article of last Thursday, that the two principal roads in the Co- lony, the Western and Great South road, had been taken into the serious consideration of the Ex- ecutive. A new era seems to be dawning on our Infant Colony, and General Bourke has shewn himself, not only a thorough Politician, but one who has the welfare of our Colony at heart, in thus early turning his attention to this all-important part of our Colonial prosperity. Many, gentlemen, are the respectable individuals settled in the interior of this Country, who can scarcely now meet their expenses, but who, upon the formation of good roads, and with the same means, would be able to procure for themselves a comfortable independence. I have travelled much to the Southward and Westward of this Country, and I have always found that the wheat and other articles of a...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 June 1832
ENGLISH EXTRACTS CONTINUED. The following observation;;, on the present ¡.tate of French wool, aro not unworthy of attention in this pastoral Country, They ure taken from the Morning Herald; Without increased demand for manufactures and produce it will be found impossible permanently to remedy the distress of the working classes, and, consequently, to ensure traniiuility and order ; but how can demand be created while the cost of pro- duction shall continue to be greater than in neigh- bouring countries-while antiquated prejudices shall be cherished, and while all modern improve- ments in practice or theory shall continue to be re- jected ? What are the facts respecting the manu- factures of France ? Why, that England rivals her in her own markets. 1 am assured, for example, that there is a very extensive smuggling of British manufactured silks into France ut this very moment; and I need not inform you that the woollen manu- factures 'v F France have long since ceased to equal, in a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 June 1832
WHITSUN MONDAV. VALUABLE LIBRARY OF' BOOKS, &c. At the Estate and Land Agency Offices, in George-street, on Monday Evening, at 7 o'clock. R. BODENHAM most respectfully an- nounces that he will continue the Sole of Mr. Keith's valuable LmaAiiY, which was un- avoidably'postponed on the 15th of May, also (and for the convenience of Sale at the same time), will be sold the remaining Books of the Library of the late Mr. Charles Frazer, together with a small Law Library, and a great variety of standard works. Catalogues are now in the Press for publication. Terms ok Payment-Under £20, Cash ; above that sum, approved endorsed Bills, at two and four months. R. BROAD, WATCH MAKER, and WORKING JE WELLER, BEGS leave to inform his Patrons that he has received, " Peu CEY'LON," an elegant as- sortment of Ladies' and Gentleiven's Mourning Rings, fine Gold and Fillagree Ear-rings, English Wedding Rings, and every article in the Jewellery line, too numerous for insertion. N.B. Watch Glasses ...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 June 1832
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE Numerous complaints are daily made respecting the dangerous frame work that has been erected in various parts of Sydney, for the purpose of pro- tecting the gratings of the town drains. These un- sightly machines are highly dangerous to foot pas- sengers, and to vehicles, and should be removed without delay. &nbsp; A female prisoner of the Crown was discovered a few days since, dressed in sailor's apparel, endea- vouring to ship in a vessel bound for England, the constable who saw through the disguise, was offered a quid by the young sailor, but finding that he was not to be done, she endeavoured to sink him by a broadside of oaths, but without effect ; he bore her off to a place of security. Mr. John Robinson was buried on Sunday after- noon, with full Military and Masonic honors. Co- lonel Lindsay and Major M'Pherson, and other Officers of the Garrison followed the body to the grave. Several kangaroos, of a large size, have been seen within the last f...
Coastwise, from the 29th ult., to the 4th Instant, Inclusive. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 June 1832
Coastwise, from the '29th ult., to the 4th Instant, Inclusive. INWARDS. ENDEAVOUR, 14 tons, Everingham, Hawkesbury, maize. SA KAU, U ton«. Le Bat, Newcastle, coull. IIOI'K. 34 tons, Brown, Newcastle, coals. M (IN HOU, SI) lons, Price, Nesvcatlle, coals. 1 Ml AM HOCK, 29 tons, Williams, Neu castle, coals. EXPERIMENT, 6itons, PultiiHii, Shoalhaven, sundries. LAMBTON, 02 mus. Corlette, Fort Stephens, sundries. WILLIAM IV., 53 tons,Taggart, Newcastle, sundries. ADELAH)E,.SO lons, Stokes, 1 Hawai ra, cedar. SARAH, U toas. Lil Bus. Nmrtutlt, ..als. SHAMROCK, M tons, Wlllhtm«, Newoâitle, coals. WILLIAM, 12 lons, Spark, Illawarra, lime. MARY ANN,10 tons, Christie, Hawkesbury, athel. HOPE, B* tons, Brown, Newcastle, coal«. BETSEY, 1* tons, Meadows, Brisbane Water, timber. WILLIAM IV., S3 tons, Taggart, Newcastle, sundries. bOl'IHA JANE, ISO lons, Biddulph, Newcastle, sun- dries. ALICE. SO tons, Curties. Illawarra, cedar. BEE, 15 tims. Friend, Illawarra, cedar. SHAMROCK, S9 ton«. Williams, "N...
POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 7 June 1832
POLICE INCIDENTS Monday.-Mary Madden was charged by her mistress with taking herself off on Sunday morning, for the purpose, as she boldly declared, of spending the day on the water, with a party of choice spirits like herself. Mary denied the charge; the mistress vociferating it at the top of her lungs, and a very pretty botheration and blarney immediately ensued, which bothered the cause most mightily. After order was restored, the Bench decided that Mary should sojourn under Mrs. Gordon's wing for four- teen days. Sarah Dawson, possessing a considerable portion of cambric handkerchief-sensibility, was placed at the bar, charged with being found snoring a charm- ing bass in the Shambles of the Market-place, the previous evening; during her placid slumbers she was heard ejaculating, " give me another drain, and then."-On hearing the charge, the tears chased each other down her lilly cheeks, "like Orient Pearls at random strung." The exchequer having been previously exchequered, and...
MARKETS. THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 11 June 1832
MARKETS. Thursday, June 7, 1832. An abundant supply of produce of every descrip- tion was offered for sale this morning, but without any material alteration in price ; 2200 bushels of wheat were sold at Mr. Barker's granaries from. 4s. to 5s. per bushel. Maize still remains at a low mark ; barley is a shade higher, good samples would sell well; oats and rye stationary. Hay and straw may be expected to rise. Dairy produce, in general, without alteration ; vegetables remain firm at good prices; Colonial tobacco . hangs on hand; cattle and sheep are looking up ; woods are station- ary, and getting rather scarce; cattle are dull of sale, and prices declining; wool still in demand, at a remunerating price.
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 11 June 1832
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Price« Ale, Eng - Hhd.oi. a 87. HU do. doz, 14*al5&lt; Colonial-II lid. 00 a 80 do. doz. 6 a 8 Beer.Eng.-Hhd.8/.a8¿.10í do. gnl. I4sal3 Colonial-find. 45 e ¡5 do. gal. 3 a 0,> Biscuit,....percwt. 19 a 2y Blankets, Col. p.pr. 16 a So Blue,.lb.'J, a 00 Butter, fresh.... Is 3d al s 6d salt.0 9 a 1 0 Bread,21b.loaf, u J a 0 11 Candles,Mlds.lb.1 o a 0 0 Dips.... 0 7¿a 0 0 Cattle, Bullocksea. SI 10/ a 2fiS/ Working do. 1 0 a 4 0 Cows,., ."io a 2 o do.in Milk "1 10 a 2 lo Calves." 6&lt;a8r Sheep,., 0 a (1 Pigs,., 7 a 10 do. roasting, 4 a 00 Cheese,Eng.lb.2« 3d a Osod m , Col. " o 4 a o 0 Cloth,Farramaltn per yard,.... 1 8 a 0 0 Do. Broad do. 3 4 a 0 0 Coffeegrnd. lb. 1 6 a 0 0 Eggs, per doz. I 0 a I 2 Flax,NewZea. ton, 16/ alll. Flour, lOOIbs. line 2nd» Barker.I7s0d-14i0rt Longford, ..10 0 -14 0 Dixon,.17 0 -14 0 Girard, ....17 0 -14 0 Pickering ..17 0 -14 0 Gordon, ....17 0-14 0 O...
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE from the 7th to the 9th instant. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 11 June 1832
RETUIIN oj the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE from the 7th to the Otk instant. £ : Wheat, best N. S. Wales .... 0 6 Do. sicond quality, do. 0 4 Do. third do. do ...... 0 3 Burley, best ditto.. 0 3 Maize, best ditto.0 2 Colonial Tobicco, best.0 t Ditto, second quality.0 I Potatoes, N. S. Willes.4 5 Butter, best salt.,. 4 l8 Cheese, good. 2 2 Pork, salt. I 10 Bacon,.....2 6 Ham,. d. 0 p. bns.of 601bs. 1 ditto ditto 6 ditto ditto ti ditto of iOlbs. 3J do. meusuremt. 7 per lb. 4 ditto 0 per ton 0 per cwU 0 ditto 4 ditto. 8 ditto 8 ditto SAT. C. PDDDBrOOT, Commission Agent, Ocorge Artet.
DIARY. Memoranda for the present week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 11 June 1832
DZAXtV. Memoranda for the present weeh. I SUN I High Tide. June._ Calendar._| rt'set | sett [ morn | even, 1 l"|~M | Whit Monday._j 7 7 | 4 53 | 0 12 | 0 -111 12 | T j Whit fuiaUay. | 7 B | 4 .ViTT1 "> 7 42 l¥pV]~Lord,Hasting» bhd. 148!) | 7 8T4~52 | 8 I0~pnifi 14 fï~| Batt, of Marengo, 1800. 7 8 | 4 53 | H 50 | » IO 15 | F" l'MagTChartasigntd, 12Í5 | 7 8 | 4~52 | 0 30 j 0 50 10 | S | DukeorMarU)gli.if.Ï7B2 | 7 0 |4 51 | 10 5'|IQg5 " I a | S£;, ¿LA 17 .14 « | » « | ti o Full Moon 13th day, 40 minute1) past 5 afternoon.
Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 11 June 1832
Weekly Meteorological Table. The WEAT!! Elland val i«tloiiM)i the Til EllMO M F.TER, (luring tlie inist week, in Sydney, tit 6 in the morning, ni nniin, nix] at (i o'Clock in the evening. Conl 40 6 p. m Fine St (5 a. iii. >ol 4a 12 noon Cloudy fi p. ni. Cloudy Clear 49 NW iTIinr V a. in.. Cool 12 HOI, Pul| 67 ? W G p. iii fine 6 p. n&lt; Dull ESE Fridii> fi a. ni Il.il ny 50 ' SbW IC noon Windy ii SE 'I p. m Cloudy Sut, 6 o. in. Cloudy 411 S\V tnoon Fine i» SSK U p. i Menu Temperature, 5S.