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To the Editor of the Sydney Herald. Maitland, 2d June, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 June 1832
To the Editor of the Sydney Herald. Maitland, 2d June, 1832. GENTLEMEN,--I have to request you will devote &nbsp; a space in your widely circulated Paper, to the fol- &nbsp; lowing obscervations on the neglected state of the &nbsp; township of Maitland, our capital of the Hunter River's district. The site of this township is within 20 miles of New- castle, and three miles from the Greenhills, (the pro- bable permanent port of the Hunter, where the steam vessels and others daily sail and arrive from Sydney). It is marked out on high and gently undulating ground, far from the racks of flood, and would, if populated, be one of the most beautiful and pictureque towns in New South Wales ; besides, all the local advantages of having an easily and inexpensive canal cut from the Greenhills, in a direct line into Wallis' Creek, thus the townspeople will have the vessels plying to their very doors. This projected cut would unite two bends of the river, cutting off a di...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editors of "The Sydney Herald." Windsor, 18th June, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 June 1832
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editors of " The Sydney Herald." AVindtor, lath lune, 1B3Í. GENTLEMEN-I icjoice that several Institutions whose object ia tu Improve (lie condition mid morals of our mixed population, are patronized t»y lliuse whose patronage must tell. To produce u marked im prnvement, will, however,- requite persevering efforts tor many year». Ii isjiot to be effected munee, it is the duly of every une lo contribute nil lue assistance lie can. I, then, as one, who sincerely Him to advance ? his object, beg most respectfully tu submit lo ihe con ¿?deration, of your.numcious readers, what occurs to me ns calculated tu huelen it. As il it fureien to the design of a newspaper, 1 »ball .not nike a theological view of the tunde in winch-1 consider it practicable. I may observe, lu passing, that .there J« »lill roum fur vigorous, united uird. perseveiing exertions. To Chrisiinnize man,i&lt; theunly wuy lo make lum a valu able member of Micieiy. The happiness of lli...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 June 1832
Observe I I I THAT the TWO BILLS at Nine and Twelve Months for the HOUSES Advertised to be Sold by Mr. Bodcnham, the property of Dr. LANG, (Sec 2nd column front page) must bear BANK INTEREST. TO MERCHANTS and SHIPPERS of C COLONIAL BEEF. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, II ROM Seventy to Eighty Head of BUL- LOCKS, in. «scellent order for Killing, some of them rising seven years old. To save trouble the price is £ 5. per head. Credit twelve months. For particulars, apply to Mr. W. C. PUDDE FOOT, Commission Agent, Morris's Buildings, GFORGE STREET. N.B_Wanted, a good STOCK HORSE, Price not exceeding £10. Cash; he must be war- ranted sound and tractable. tí O TI O S. THE PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing between Messrs. C. & D. Chambers having been dissolved ; Mr. David Chambers has removed his Oflice to No. 3, Terry's Buildings, Pitt-street DAVID CHAMBERS. No. 3, Terry's Buildings, \ Pitt-street, Sydney. J ©ailpr, Military $ Ornamental Fanry Cap Malier, A XI) HATTER, BEGS leave t...
LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT—(CIVIL SIDE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 June 1832
X.AW ni'Tsz.x.xosNcz:. SUPREME COURT-(CIVIL SIDE.) MONDAY.-Before Judge Dowling and Messrs. Nicholson and Ross Assessors. Coates v. Macquoid, Esq., Sheriff.-This was an action of trespass for the alleged illegal seiz ure and sale of plaintiffs farm and cattle. The da- mages were laid at £500. The case arose out of the following circumstances, a writ of fere facias was issued from the Supreme Court against the property of a man named Cheshire, under which the property in question was seized and^ sold, the plaintiff contended that the property in question was his, he having i given a valuable consideration for it previous to the writ issuing. The Assessors being of a contrary opinion, found a verdict for defendant.-Dr. War- dell and Mr. Sheehy for plaintiff, and Messrs. Wentworth and F. Stephen for defendant. Phillips v. Moran.-This was an action of as sumpsit brought by plaintiff as assignee under the estate of Cohen and Spycr, to recover £77 for goods sold and delivered. Verdict for...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 June 1832
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. CITY-WF*I>NFS1IA\ EvFMNO, J.VN. 11.-TllO Committee of the North American Colonial Asso- ciation have made their first report, from which we leam that Government will allow them access to all information received on mutters relating to the co- lonies, and that the Board ol' Ti ade and the Sécré- tai y for the Colonies have invited the Committee to communicate freely with those departments. It further appears that the Committee have culled the attention of the Government to the Acts relative to the importation of flour from Canada. The result is, that flour manufactured in the Cañados, from wheat the produce of the United States of America, is now admissible to entry in this country on the same tei ins us the produce of the North American Colonies. This regulation cannot fail of being pro- ductive of considerable advantage to the Canudas, and to the shipping interest Great inconvenience having onsen from considering Montreal within the port of Quebec, the Committe...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 June 1832
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. We have been favoured, from an authen- tic source, with the following particulars of the accident which befell His Excel- lency the Governor, a notice of which was in our last paper : The Governor left Bong Bong on Monday morning, the 11th instant, for Inverary, when within three miles of Mr. Futter's residence, whilst examining a new line of road, His Excellency's horse came down in a most violent manner, dashing the Governor on the ground and rolling over him, The shock was so great, that for some time His Ex- cellency was insensible, but revived, and was carried to Mr. Putter's residence were prompt medical assistance was afforded by Dr. Gibson ; no parti- cular injury was sustained, but the concussion pro- duced some fever, and obliged His Excellency to keep in bed for several days. On Thursday His Excellency was much better, and able to leave his bed ; and it is expected that by Monday (this day), His Excellency will be able to resume his journey to Lake ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 June 1832
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, } Sydney, 8*. per Quarter.-Sitigle Numbers, 6d.} .Country, (Postage included) 10«. Gd. jar Quarter, j TERMS FOR ADVERTISEMENTS. For Eight Lines anil under, 2s. C'A, and \d. each, for every Lint aWc Eight; foi each Insertion. J^" The Sydney Herald is published every Monday and Thursday mornmg ; and the Quarten end the 3lst March, 30th June, 30th September, and 3\st December; at which periods ONLY can Subscribers ittcline. AiwFimsFMrvrs must specifu on the face of them, the number of times they arc intended to be inserted, or they will be continued HU countermanded, and charged to the party. JVb advertisement can be withdrawn after 12 o' Clock on Wednesdays and Saturdays ; but fresh ones will be received until G o'Clock of those days. AU letters must be post-paid, or they will iwt be taken in. FOR. CaXCCTTA JttXIVECT. »TpIIE first class Ship Burrell, JL will meet with quick des- patch ami carries au expe- rienced Surgeon.-For freight or passage, apply to Captain...
Every Official Notice, as published in the Government Gazette, is inserted Once in this Journal, verbatim; generally the insertion will be in Thursday's number. CERTIFICATES OF FREEDOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 June 1832
Every Official Notice, as published in tlie Government Gazette, is inserted Once in this Journal, verbatim ; generally the in- sertion will be in Thursday's number. CERTIFICATES OF FREEDOM. THE undermentioned Persons have &nbsp; obtained Certificates of Freedom during the &nbsp; last Week, viz - Anne & Amelia, Mnthew Nugent ; Asia (6), Richard Hartnett ; Boyne, Andrew Brackin ; Brothers (2), Alice O'Brien; Canada (5), George Weaver; Champion, Wil- liam Solder; Eliza (8), Christopher Harding ; England, William Holsworth ; General Stuart, William Taylor, &nbsp; James Holt, William Grattan, William Webster, Charles Robins; Glory, Robert Shakespear; Hadlow (1), Tho- mas Davies, Isaac Pen eu, John Brookes; Hebe, Wil- liam Pizzey; Henry Porcher, Daniel Farrelly, James Quinn, Thomas Ennis, Owen Duffy, Patrick Brady, George Gibson, Richard Carroll Patrick Fallon, Ste- phen Driscoll, Martin Mitchell ,or Muldoon. John M Cart or M'Kevitt, Andrew Dowling, Peter F...
TICKETS OF LEAVE CANCELLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 June 1832
_TICKETS OF LEAVE CANCELLED. THE Tickets of Leave, granted to the &nbsp; 1 following Persons, have been cancelled for the reasons set against their respective names, viz. Countess of Harcourt (4), Francis Cassidy, convicted of embezzlement and fraudulent practices. Regalia, Thomas Cuddy, sundry thefts und pecula- tions. By Command of His Excellency the Governor. ALLXANl-lER M'LEAV Colomial Secretarys Office. &nbsp; 12th June, 1832 &nbsp; Principal Superintendent of Convict's Office, Sydney, 11th June, 1932. THE undermentioned Prisoners having ab- &nbsp; 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 Constables and others are hereby inquired and commanded to use their utmost exertions in apprehending and lodging them in safe custody. Any person harbouring or employing any of the said Absentees, will bo prosecuted as the Law directs...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 June 1832
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE ARRIVALS. From Cork, on Thursday last, which port she left on the 6th February, the ship Southworth, 350 tons, Captain Coombs, with 133 female prisoners. Surgeon Superintendent, Dr. Forrister. Passen- gers J. Plunkett, Esq. Solicitor-General; Mrs. Plunkett, Miss Plunkett, Mr. Kean, Rev. Mr. &nbsp; M'Enroe, Roman Catholic Clergyman ; Mary Gillespie and four children, Ann Kingston and four children, Mary Fleming and four children, and the Soljcitor-General's female domestic. From Newcastle, same day, the steamer Wil- liam the Fourth, Captain Taggart. From New Zealand, yesterday, the schooner Caroline, 68 tons, Anglin, master. Lading, bluck oil, deal, flax, and seal skins. DEPARTURES. For Newcastle, on Friday last, tho steamer Sophia Jane, Captain Livingstone.
POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 June 1832
POLICE INCIDENTS. MONDAY.-George Wadham, an assigned servant to Messrs. Stephens and Stokes, was charged with absconding, and being found stowed away on board the brig Guide; it appeared that on Sunday night, &nbsp; groans were heard proceeding from the Fore hold; on proceeding thither, and removing a con- siderable quantity of wood, prisoner was found al- most suffocated ; a bag of biscuit was by his side, and, from appearances, he must have been there for some days. Wadham refused to inform the Bench who assisted him to effect his escape. He was sen- tenced to receive 75 lashes, 50 on that day, and the remaining 25 on Saturday. Eliza Rogers was charged with drunkenness and absenting herself. During the night, while in the watchhouse, she tied a handkerchief round her neck, and having secured it to a tub in the cell, endea- voured to strangle herself, but was discovered before she had completed her intention. On being asked the cause for attempting the rash act, she replied...
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE from the 16th to the 20th instant. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 21 June 1832
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Price» «f FARM PRODUCE from the IGthto theHQth instant. £ i. d. Wheat, best N. S. Wales .... 0 6 0 p. bus.of COlbl. Do. second quality, do.0 4 3 ditto ditto Do. third do. do.0 3 6 ditto ditto Barley, best ditto.0 3 ti ditto of 501 bs. Maize, best ditto....,.0 2 4J do. ineasureint. Colonial Tobacco, best ...... 0 1 7 per lb. Ditto, second quality., 0 I 4 ditto Potatoes, N. S. Wales. 4 5 0 perlón Butler, best tall.4 l8 0 per cwt. Cheese, good. 2 2 0 ditto Fork, salt. 1 10 4 ditto. Bacon.9 6 8 ditto Ham,. 3 0 8 ditto IV. C. PUDDEFOOT, Commission Agent, Ocotge-ttrtit.
Coastwise from the 18th to the 21st instant. inclusive. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 21 June 1832
Coastwise from the 18fA to the 'list instant, inclusive. INWARDS. RED ROVER, 8 tuns, Foot, Hawkesbury, sundries. LARK. 30 tons, Mossman, Brisbane Water, timber, MONITOR, So tons, Starbuck, Newcastle, coals. ENDEAVOUR, 14 ton», Evennguaru, Hawkesbury, tuudrie». H0PI, 34 toni, Crown, Newcaatte, coal*. MLHMAID, 12 tons,X>ooi», Hawkesbury, crain. WILLIAM IV. 53 tons, Taggart, Newcastle, sundries. bOPHIAJANE, 156 lons, Biddulph, Newca»»le, ton dries. SHAMROCK, 89 tont, Williams, Newcastle, coals. ALICE, 20 lons, Shoobert, Illawarra, cedar. DEFIANCE, TO ton», Staplet,Twofold Bay, sundries. WILLIAM IV.35 tons, taggart, Newcastle, WHdriet. SARAH, 14 lons, Le Bat, Newcastle, coals. LAMBTON, 62 tons, Corlette, Port Stephens, sundries. MONITOR, eo tons, Starbuck, Newcastle, coal». NORTHUMBERLAND, l8 loila. Coop«, Newcastle, sundries. SARAH, 14 tons, Le Bat, Newcastle, coal«. SOPHIA JANE, 1Í3 tons, Biddulph, Newcastle, Dan dries. BEE, 15 tons, Friend, Illawarra, Sundries ADELAIDE, 30 tons, ¡...
COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. COMPILED AND PUBLISHED UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE CUSTOMS. IMPORTS. Reports from the 14th to the 21st Instant, Inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 21 June 1832
COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. COMPILED AND PUBLISHED UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE CUSTOMS. IMPORTS. Reports from the 14th to the 21st Instant, Inclusive. JUNE 13. - AGNES (brig), 272 tons, Miltons muster, from London via Cape of Good Hope, Geo. Bunn agent, IO puncheons rum, 2 hds. refined sugar, C5 erales earthenware, 6 casks glass, 3 casks pewfr measures, I case bonks, 2 cases apparel, 10 bales linen, G bales slops, 4 cases boots and shoes, 15 cases hats, 8 casks shot, 4! butts, 2 whale boats, 23 oats, 2 masts, S yards, I cask sails, George Bunn ; 1 bale woollens, 1 case S bales muslins and shillings, 8 bales printed cottons, 3 bales colton shirts, 4 bales collons, 8 trunks cotton and worsted hose and Ince, Appleton & Bourne; 29cases hats, l caso boy's caps, W, Taylor; li cases hats, J. Tooth; 1 cas,e silk and fur boots, Marsden and Flowei ; 7 casks cordage, 3 coils rope, 1 cask lines, Co bundles iron hoops, 2 bags rivets, i try pots, 8 cases muskets, I cask car...
Projected Departures. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 21 June 1832
Projected Departures. London.-MARY ANN, 214 tons, Aspinal it Co.agents, 1st July. Liverpool-LONDON, 3J9 tom, Aiplnal, ¿c Co. agents, 28th Instant, Hobart Town- CURRENCY LAS8, ÖOtoni, W.Wal- lace, this day. -.-FUNCHAL, 190 lons. Lamb le Co. agents, 26th instant.
DIARY. Memoranda for the present week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 21 June 1832
DXAA.Y. Memoranda for the present week. j SUN 1 High Tide. June._Calendar._| rises | sets \ morn | even SI | T~rS»n c"t Cancer, 0 night. | 7 0 j 4 51 | 1 15 j a 55 ¥ | Richard jil. King, 1483. | 7 i) [4 51 | ii 30 | 3 (i li | AJTentidcrffrJ. 1770 |7 0|4 51| 3 ¡13 | 4 _ I TiinitySun. St Alban. I _ " I J *i I A tn\ * a S I Jw, Addison died, M lil. |7 ° &lt; &1 | 4 30 | 5 8 25 | M | Lout» XVI. taken, 171)1. | 7 1> | 4 51 | 5 40 | « 14 8(11 T J William IVTicccM, ISM) | 7 8 j 4 52 | (1 40 | 7 20 flTrvvTCälro taken, 1801. j 7 8 | 4 52 j 7 41 | 8 0 Lait Quarter Silt day, ID minutes patt ii night
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 21 June 1832
PEICB CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including tatt Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices Ale, Eng.-H lid. Gf. 10/ a 8/ do. doz. 14ial5j Colonial-Hhd. 60 a 80 do. doz. a a H Beer.Eng.-Hhd.G/lOíaeí. do. gul. 14«al5 Colonial-llhd. 45 c £5 do. gal. 2 a 0 Biscuit,....percwt. 19 a 2u Blankets,Col.p.pr. 16 a So Blue.Ib.'i a 00 Buller, fresh.,..lsSdals6d aalt.n¡) alo Bread,21h.loaf, o 3 a 0 1| Candles, M Ida.lb.l 0 a 0 0 Dips.... 0 7ji» 0 0 Cattle, Bullocksea. SI 10« a 2/l5i Working do. 3 0 a 4 0 Cows,.. . ,, 1 0 a 2 0 do.m Milk " 1 10 a 3 lo Calves,....,, 6«a 8i Sheep,.... " 6 a 8 Pigs,.." 7 a 10 do. roasting, 4 n OP Cheese,Eng.lb.2sSda Osad Col. "04806 Cloth,Vui rainatla per yard.1 B a 0 0 Do. Bioad do. 3 4 a 0 0 Coffee grail, lb. 1 6 a o o Eggs, per doz. 1 0 a 1 2 Flax,:Nt:wZea.ton,l6/ a 18/ nour, 1001 bs. fine 2nd» Bai ker,....17s0d-14sOil Longford, ..16-6 -14 0 Dixon,.17 0 -14 0 Girard, ....17 0-14 0 Pickering...17 0 -14 0 Gordon, ....17 0 -14 0 Green,.lC- 0 -14 0 Truit, Orang...
MARKETS. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20th, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 21 June 1832
MARKETS. WEDNESDAY, JUXK 20th, 1832. Since our lost no alteration has taken place in marketable produce. 1000 bushels of wheat have been purchased at Mr. Barker's Granaries, from 4s. 6d. to 6s. per bushel. A fall is expected in corn from, the fine appearance of the stubble corn. Good barley would sell at a remunerating price. Cattle are held firm by the graziers, a rise being expected. A full has taken place in London ales, and porters, in consequence of the late heavy importation. A well supplied market is expected this morning.
EDUCATION. FROM A CORRESPONDENT. ON THE EDUCATION OF THE LOWER CLASSES IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 21 June 1832
-EDUCATION. . ' FROM A CORRESPONDENT. ON THE EDUCATION OF THE LOWER CLASSES I» NSW SOUTH WALES. Iniprgcr, Iracunda«, Iners, vlnoina, ainatnr. Nemo adro fr ru . est, ut nun miletcare posait Si modo cullurve paUenteui commodetaurier. Uur. Ep. In a country vii ere topic» of worldly mu) ephemeral interest me »u much dwell upon, to Hie »Imust entire exclusion of those of more solid and launig import- ance, nay Ht teni pt io draw public attention ia ? subject of .snell paramount Interest as education, cannot Tail of being attended with «nine degree of benefit. That the moral und intellectual condition of the lower orders of ilie Austruliiiu community, Is deplorably ' bad, is a melancholy but ton palpable a fan, and while It Is evident linn any perceptible reformation in the present generation is almost hopeless, it is un- questionably in Ihe'power of those vested willi autho- rity, to adopt such measures as may be productive of appuient and substantial improvement in the next. The gardene...