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LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—(CIVIL SIDE.) In Banco. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 June 1832
IAV IKTTEXIIIICEXÏCZ:. SUPREME COURT.-(OVIL SIDE.) In Banco. SATURDAY.-Air. Rowe moved that Edward Stone, then before the Court on a writ of habeas corpus, bo discharged from custody, on the ground that the commitment was irregular, and not in ac- cordance with the Act. The man was committed to gaol by Major Antill and Mr. Elliot, from the Stone Quarry Bench, for the period of nine calen- dar months ; six for selling spirits, and three for harbouring the person to whom he sold them. Mr. R. now contended that the commitment was irre- gular, inasmuch as the Act set forth only months, not calendar-months. Stone had therefore been sentenced 270 days confinement, while the utmost time allowed by law was only 252 days, the com- mitment was therefore void in force ; the Magis- trates had acted extra-judicially in a case where they had no authority. He moved this as one ground for his discharge. Again the conviction was informal. Chief Justice.-There is no conviction before the Court, but a...
EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 4th to the 11th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 June 1832
EXPORTS. . Vessels cleared from the 4th to the Wih Instant, inclusive. CUIDE, 147 tons, Buckell muster, fur the South Seas, llklirry stores. ELIZABETH, SI tons, Hart master, for Launceston, 1 cask. 1 case, I bundle saddlery, 10 plouuiis, 2 chains, 8 blocks, I package cooperé tonis, 1 whale bout, 12 ours, 1 keg vinegar, I keg butler, 7 casks beef, 2 cuses, 1 cask drugs, 5 casks, 6 cases oranges, anil stores. Vessels entered outwards fron the 4th to the UM Instant, inclusive. (Nil.J
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 June 1832
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE HIDES.-We have received a Price Current of the 13th January, of the sale of 1S00 salted hides from New South Wales ; 200 per ship Eamont, and 1700 per ship Lady Harewood, which averaged 11s. 3,3/8d. per hide, and per pound, 2d 7-9.-the average weight was 49 pounds per hide. A constable was discharged from the Police on Tuesday, for permitting two men to escape from the watch-house the previous evening. Persons sending vessels from Sydney to New- castle, to procure coals from the mines of the Aus- tralian Agricultural Company, are not obliged, as formerly, to send down cash, the receipts of the Bank of Australia for money paid in on account of the Company, are now taken at the mines. Mr Lyons sold the Angel Public House nar the Custom House, on Saturday by auction for £750. On Monday he brought Mr. Klensen dorlfie's property in Cockle Bay, to the hammer, and disposed of it in five lots for £721 10s. Orders have been issued at the Custom House, that all vessels f...
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE from the 9th to the 13th instant. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 June 1832
RETURN oj the Average Wiolesale Prices of i FARM PRODUCE from the Otk to the 13 th ' instant. £ s. d. Wheat, bett N. S. Wales .... O 6 0 p. bus.of 60lbi.. Do. second quality, do.0 4 .1 ditto dut» D». third du. do.0 3 6 ditto ditto Dailey, best ditto. 0 3 (i ditto of «libs. Maize, best dum.0 S 4J do. ineasnreiut. Colonial I'obncco, best.0 17 per lb. Ditlo, second qunlilv .0 I 4 ditto Potatoes, N. S. Wales.... 4 5 0 per ton Cutler, best sall.4 l8 0 pel cwt. Cheese, good. t 2 0 ditto Poik, salt...... I 10 4 dum. Uacon,.2 6 8 ditto Uaiu,. 3 0 a ditto W. C. PUDDEFOOT, Commission Agtnt, Geor¡t-strtrí,. Editad, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS, AMO FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES iSole Proprietors.) No. 5, KING STREET, SYDNEY,, NSW SOUTH WALKS,
Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 June 1832
Weekly Meteorological Table, The WRATHER anil vat laitons of Hie THERMOMETER, diirinp; tile I'HM. week, III «yiliiey, at t! in Hie morning, at nn'm, MU.i ni G »'Clock in (lie evening. Cuni 46" Will. ft a. in. Cleiir ?»9 N\V Cloudy 52 Culm llinr. n a. ni Cuni 12 nm Dull 67 W pillia j l a. ni Tt it i n v 50 SSW Sat. 0 a. ni Cloudy' ?Iii SW 12 TWOtt Wimly si: 0 o. ni. Milli l??ioftn Fine Sbi: Cloudy M ENE C p. m. Fin 6 p. ni. C1.indi fi p. in Fine 6 p. m ßnll A4 ESE fl p. in Olmid} i'i r. ni. Climily Mean Ttmpenituie, S3.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 June 1832
TO PUBLICANS and OTHERS. -ooooo . THE WHOLE STOCK-IN-TRADE or IHK " Blrd-in-Hand," Cumberland Street, on the Rocks, by Order of the Proprietor, retiring from business, on SATUR- DAY the 16th Instant, at 11 o'Clock precisely. Mr. BOSEOTXiUlfX, RESPECTFULLY informs the Public, that he is instructed to SELL, without any re- serve, the whole' Stock-in-Trade of the above named PUBLIC HOUSE, consisting of the usual assortment of Wines, Spirits, Porter, Ale, &e., to- gether with the Household Furniture, &c. TERMS-CASH, ALSO, at the same time THIRTEEN KEGS of PRIME NEGRO-HEAD TOBACCO. TERMS,_also CASH. s Grants from the Crown, IN THE IMMEDIATE NEIGHBOURHOOD OF THE NEW CATTLE MARKET, SYDNEY. FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, BY MR. S. LYONS. On SATURDAY, ensuing the 16th Instant, at 12 o'Clock, on the ground, THOSE well-known extensive Buildings and Premises, known for a series of years past as "LEAK'S POTTERY," comprising, an Acre and One Quarter of LAND, held under two grants fro...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 June 1832
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; From Newcastle, on Sunday last, the cutter &nbsp; &nbsp; Lambton, Captain Corlette. From London via the Cape of Good Hope, on Monday evening last, having left the former port on the 27th January, and the latter the 23rd of April, the brig Agnes, 272 tons, Captain Millons, with merchandize. Passengers Mr. and Mrs. Francis, Miss Francis, Miss Mary Francis, Miss Charlotte Francis, Mr. H. Francis, Mr. G. Francis Mr. and Mrs. Powis, Miss Amelia Hope, Mr. James Crerer, Lewis Press, John Miller, and John Daf- ferin, mechanics ; 11 Chelsea Hospital Out-Pen- sioners, one woman, and three children. From Port Macquarie, on Tuesday last, the schooner Governor Bourke, Captain Owen, with a general cargo. DEPARTURES. For Newcastle, on Monday last, the steamer William the Fourth, Captain Taggart. For Port Stephens, yesterday, the cutter Lamb- ton. &nbsp; &nbsp;
The Sydney Herald. THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1832. " Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 June 1832
The Sydney Herald. THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1832. -+ " Sworn to no Master, of no Suet am I." THERE arc few situations more entitled to general sympathy and to the bene- ficent patronage and aid of an enlightened public, than that of the British emigrant, landing tor the hrst time on these shores, attended by a wife and family, without money and friends, in quest of a profitable mode of employing his labour for their benefit, and disappointed in his endeavours. Home, with all its endearing realities of liberty, has been abandoned for ever. The cords of friendly intercourse have been dissevered. The stream of patronage flowing in the various channels of private and public benefit, for one's advantage, has been diverted from its course. The handi- craft of the workman, which secured com- petence in the Mother Country, is here unknown, or uncalled for ; and the emi- grant sets out afresh, as in the beginning of life, his frail barque ill provided for the boisterous gales of adversity, in a fo...
RESULT OF THE MISSIONARY LABOURS IN OTAHEITE. (From Captain Beechey's Voyage in the Pacific Ocean.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 June 1832
RESULT OF THE MISSIONARY LABOURS IN OTAHEITE. (From Captain. Beecheys Voyage in the Pacific Ocean. J In the course of the day we received an invita- tion, to pass the evening at the Regent's house at Papicte, a very romantic spot about a milo from the place where the ship was anchored. After a de- lightful walk along the shore in the refreshing cool- ness which succeeds a tropical day, we arrived at the royal residence, which was in one of those spa- cious sheds frequently mentioned by my predeces- sors. It was about a hundred feet in length, by thirty-five in width, of an oval form, with a thatched roof, supported upon small poles placed close toge- ther. By the light of the moon we discovered a small door about mid-way between the extremities, which we entered, and immediately found our- selves in darkness. On groping our way, our shihs caine in contact with several bamboo partitions di- viding tho area into various compartments. In one of these we distinguished by the rays of moo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 14 June 1832
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. f Sydney, 8s. per Quarter.- Single Numbers, Gd. > Country, (Postage included) 10s. 6d. per Quarter, j ' TERMS FOR ADVERTISEMENTS, j For Eight Lints anti vnder, &lt;is. 6rf., ami hi. each, . for every Line above JEight ; for each Iimertion. UST The Sydney Herald is published every Monday and Thursday norning; and the Quarter* end the 31»i March, 30th June, face of them, the number of tintes they are intended to be inserted, or they will be continued till countermanded, and charged to the party, of those days. All letters must be post-paid, or they will not be taken in. 30th September, and 31st December; at which periods ONLY can Subscribers decline- AnVKimsFMFVTS must rpecify, on the No advertisement can te withdrawn after 12 o' Clock on Wednesdays and Saturdays j but freth ones will be received until 6 o' Clock POR CAXCUTTA DIRECT. 11HE first class Ship Burrell, ? will meet with quick des- patch and carries an expe- rienced Surgeon-For freight or pa...
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 June 1832
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Price* Ale, Eng -Hhd.6/. a Bl. 1"J do. doz. l-J-nilSi Colonial-11 lid. bo n 80 do. doz. 0 a li Beer, Eng.-II lid. St. a Si.lOr do. gul. Iba 15 Colonial-Hhd. 41 a Ii do. gul. 2 a 0 Biscuit,....per cwt. ig a 2j Blankets,Col.p.pi. 16 a SO Blue,.lh. I a 00 Butter, fiesh,...l«.idals6d salt.n o a l 0 Bieuc!, »lh. loal, ti J u 0 1| Candles,Mlds.II, I 0 a 0 0 Dips.... o 7è!l 0 » Cuttle, Bullucksen. SI 10/ a 5/15, Working do. 3 O ii 4 0 Cows,.. . ,, 1 0 a 8 0 do.in Milk ,, 1 10 u 2 lo Calves,.,.,,, Cr a tis Sheei." 0 a li Pigs." T » 10 do. roasting, 4 a Ol' Cheese, Rug.lb.2«'td n Osud Col. i, 0 4 II O C Cloth,I'm ranmlta per yard, ....IB a 0 0 Do. Bl oatt do. 3 4 a 0 0 Coffeegrml. lh. 1 6 a 0 0 Eggs, per doz, 10 a I 2 Flax, Now Zea. ion, 16/ a IB Flour, lOOIbs. fine 2nds Barker, .... I7s0d-14*0.1 Longford, . .10 ß -11 0 Dixon,..IT 0-14 0 Girard, ....17 0 -14 0 Pickering...17 0 -14 0 Gordon, ....17 0-14...
MARKETS. THURSDAY, JUNE 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 June 1832
MARKETS. TnuasDAv, JUNE 14. I The continuance of fine -weather enables the settlers to supply the market abundantly, und tiley appear to make the most of the opportunity. A large supply was offered for sale on Thursday, which I met good prices. Mr. Barker purchased at his granaries 2000 bushels of wheat, from 4s. to Gs. per bushel. Other grain has not varied since our last. Dairy produce remains firm at our last quo- tations. Vegetables were much in demand at good prices. Soap, tallow, and candles, still at the high quotation they have maintained for some months past. Cattle, sheep, and butchers' meat hilve net yet undergone a rise. Colonial leaf tobacco dull. Horses for saddle are rather more in demand. Good clean wool much enquired after. Fodder is on the rise, the grasses having been cut up by the frosts.
DIARY. Memoranda for the present week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 June 1832
DXAAY. Memoranda for the present week. ' High tide. morn | even. Calendar. SUN | rita | sets June. IS I'M I Battlôôf Waterloo, l8» | 7 » | 4 51 | II jffjjQS l8 | ÏTPascal OÔ23 | 7 I) 14 SI J 11 60 ]5~0 2ÔT vTJ^tîinirKiïii Edward. ' | 7 pJTM | O 20 I 2 40 2IJ TJ Sun ont Caic'er, 0 nlghT| 7 0 j 4 51 j 1 15 |_2 bb 22 fF_|*nichard*nrKing, 1483. | 7~T\ 4~äl"|~2 30 | 3 0 iOJ"8_£AktaMadtíil 1770 r7"~Tr4~5Tr^~33 1 4 1 Tiiñlty Sun. St Alban. I, n|,.,| .-.I . a | Jo. Addl»ontf/irf, 1719. |7 °|*51 | 4 30 | 5 8 24 S Last Quarter 21 it day, 10 minuto past 0 night
SELECT POETRY. ADDRESS TO MEMORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 June 1832
SELECT POETRY. ADDRESS TO MEMORY. JIY JOHN MACKAY W11 SON. SPIRIT revealing the scenes that are past, Magical mirror reflecting the soul ! Back to gay childhood thy shadows are cast, Shadows of brightness and visions that roll Lovely as sunlight, hut mocking control. What do we owe thee, thou mystical sprite, Waving thy wings like a radiant scroll, Where writ in darkness, or graven in light, Bright spirit the past is flung hack on our sight. Sweet is thy whisper, though echoed in dreams, Sighing o'er scenes ever blooming with flowers; Breathing the evening voice of the streuras Murmuring love by the home that was ours! Soft as the linnet that sung in its bowers, Sing ye the music of childhood again; .Build ye its baseless but beautiful towers,. Walk in thy rainbow of light o'er the plain, A^d sing us, fair Spirit, youth's rapturous strain ! Time, like a trembler, before thee shall stand! Swifter than light is the rush of thy wings, .Over the ocean, and over the land, Bearing the hea...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 June 1832
ENGXISH EXTRACTS. We extract the following remarks from a London Price Current of the 19th of December, with the loan of which we have - been favoured. LONDON, DKC. 19.-^-As all facts connected with the Agricultural improvement and consequent pros- perity that has taken place in our Colonies, must ever he n source of considerable interest to the " Mother Country, we have this week presented our friends with some brief statistical account of the Cunadas, as well as ' noticing the produce derived from the Cape of Good Hope, New-South Wales, and Van Dieinen's Land. In Canada it is with pleasure we observe that cultivation has been moro than commensurate with the increase of population, which in addition-to affording the bles- sing of ample means of meeting the augmented consumption, has been likewise advantageous to the Colonies, in a financial point of view, by enlarging the amount of exports of wheat and flour. It ap- pears that the crop of 1830 yielded nearly, and perhaps quite 10,0...
A POET'S PRAYER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 June 1832
A POET'S PRAYER. HY THF AUTHOR OF ' CORN LAW RHYMES.' ALMIGHTY Father! let thy feeble child, Strong in his love of truth, he wisely bold ! A patriot hard, by sycophants reviled, Let him live usefully, and not die old ! Let poor men's children, pleased to read his lays, Love, for his sake, the scenes where he bath been; And when he ends his pilgrimage of days, Lot him he buried where the grass is green Where daisies, blooming earliest, linger late To hear the bee his busy note prolong And slaves and tyrants, with disgusting prate, Rarely disturb the Redbreast's lonely song!
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE from the 13th to the 16th, instant. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 June 1832
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE from the ISth to the XGth, instant. ' f « S i. d Wheat, best N. S. Wales .... 0 6 O p. bus.of COIbs Do. second quality, do....... 0 Du. third- do. do. ...... 0 Bulley, best ditto. 0 Maize, best ditto.0 Colonial tobacco, best.0 Ditto, secoud quality.0 1 Potatoes, N. S. Wales. 4 S Butler, best salt.4 l8 0 pel cwl, Cheese, good.S 2 0 ditto Poik, suit. I 10 Bacon,.2 6 Hain,..... 3 O ditto ditto 3 6 ditto ditto 3 li ditto offiulus. 2 4J do. inertsiireml. 7 pci lb. 4 ditto per ton 4 ditto. 8 ditto . 3 0 8 ditto W. C. PTJDDBFOOT, Commission Agent, Oeorge-itreet.
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, JUNE 18, 1832. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 June 1832
The Sydney Herald. V-, ? . - . . MONDAY, JUNE l8, 1832. -«. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." Letters and papers to a late date have reached the Colony from the Cape of Good Hope, and from Madras, the latter con- taining copious extracts from Calcutta and. Bombay papers; and news from Singapore and China. From these papers we present the following summary of events: The local intelligence from Madras is uninteresting; considerable animation had been excited by the Races, and the insti- tution of a Madras Club. Attempts had been made to procure the sanction of Go- vernment to permit Lieut.-Colonels in the Army leaving the Presidencies for Europe, with the fixed resolution of retiring from the service in England, to retire ¡n India from the date of leaving Bengal. Many attempts had been made in former periods without success, to effect this change in the system, which would be of considerable be- nefit to Subalterns in the army ; and from the zeal manifested in carrying forward t...
Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 June 1832
Weekly Meteorological Table. TheWEATIlEÍUnd vaiiftlloníoftlieTMERMOMnTEn, during tlie nut weck, in Sydney, al fi in Hie morning, lit noon, nml ni fi o'clock in the evening. Mon, 6 u. m Cool 57 ?NNW l'un. ]fi a. ni fine IS voan Windy f>2 SW 12 noon Windy 00 WNW 12 noon Windy W 12 non Gool 60 WWS Fr I dny fi a, ni. Mild Sul. G a. ni Cold 43 W WSW fi p. m Clear 50 WSW 6 71. m, Clear «7 NW ft p. in. Cloudy 0 p. m Fine 'I p. m. Cool 50 SW 15 p. m Clear Mean Temperature, A!.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 June 1832
MARRIED.—By Special Licence, on the 16th inst. &nbsp; &nbsp; at St. James's Church, by the Revd. Mr. Innes, Robt. Crawford Esquire of Hillend, to Miss Jones of Bligh-street. DIED.—At Liverpool, on Wednesday last, Captain Frederick Dixon, formerly of the Cape Packet. &nbsp; On the morning of the 13th instant, Elizabeth, youngest daughter of Mr. Launcelot Iredale, of George-street, Sydney. Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS, AND FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES (Sole Proprietors.) No. 5, KING STREET, SYDNEY, &nbsp; NEW SOUTH WALES. &nbsp;