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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 June 1832
SHXPPXTira X17TXX.XXOEXrCE. ARRIVALS. From Newcastle, on Wednesday last, the steamer Sophia Jane, Captain Livingstone. From same place, on Thursday last, the steamer William the Fourth, Captain Taggart. . DEPARTURES. For Port Macquarie via Newcastle, on Wednes- day last, the schooner Governor Bourke, Captain Owen, with a general cargo. Passengers, Major Sullivan, Mrs. Sullivan, and family. For the Eastern Islands and Kamschatka, on Friday last, H. I. M. S. Amerika, Captain Krom chenkoff. For Newcastle, same day, the steamer Sophia Jane, Captain Livingstone.
Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 June 1832
Weekly Meteorological Table. The WPA TU ER und vBilminlisnftlieTIIERMOMr.TER. during the |in»l weck, In -yiliiej, at 6 in the morning, m non», mul m (i o'clock in the evening._ .11..M. 6 u. ni Windi fil NNW' íi ne Wed. 0 a. in Cool 47 W linn» 0 (i. ni Cool Fndu)| Sat, 6 a. in ,6 a. m Cool 42 JÍ noon Windy C1 W IS noan Wind) 12 non Wind SSW 12 noon Cool SO W it noon Cloud) SI Calm f> p. m. Windy M SSW 6». Cm ¡6 p. in Windy 6 p. mfl p. m. Cloud Pine Al S2 SSE I Calm 6 p. ni. Cloud) 81 Calm Mean Temperature, 50.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 June 1832
MARRIED.—On Monday last, at St. James's Church, by the Rev. Mr. Innes, Mr. George Hill, to Mrs. Hunter, widow of the late Mr. Hunter, of Pitt-street. Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS, AND FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES (Sole Proprietors.) No. 5, KING STREET, SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES.
POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 June 1832
POLICE INCIDENTS. THURSDAY.-Joseph Wittle, a pugnacious cus- tomer, was charged by his master, that when he reprimanded him for wasting food by giving it to the dog, he threw himself into attitude a la Chalker, and said, " Come, come, my old cock, I've stood your nonsense long enough, I'll soon see daylight through you." The master alarmed at the prospect before him, took shelter in an empty pork cask, and roared lustily for assistance. Some of his men came, and secured the urchin, who was consigned to the watch-house. The Bench sent him to a cell for seven days, by way of reducing his muscles. Mary Doran, for being regularly bowled out with a strapping young grenadier in her bed room, the door of which was locked, and gammoning to be soundly asleep, was sent to correct her morals by three months residence at Mrs. Gordon's. Paddy Smith was charged with absenting himself. SMITH.-Fait, and sure your Worship, when I was picked up, they were only putting the sun's night cap on dacently ...
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 June 1832
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. 'ncluding laslTh ursday's Market ( Sterling) Prices Ale, Eng.-Hhd.6/. lOj a 8/. do. doz. 14'al&j Colonial-Uhd. 60 a 811 do. doz. 6 a II Beer,Eng.-Hhd. 6UO»n8i. do. gul. 144B1S Colonial-Uhd. 4.1 c ii do. gal. 2 a 0. Biscuit.percwt. 19 a SJ Blankets,Col.p.pr. 10 a 30 Blue,.Ih. 2 H 00 Butler, fresh ...,1s Iilals4d sall.n ¡ia 10 Bread,Slh.loat, u 3 a 0 3} Candles,Mldvlu.l 0 a 0 0 Dips.... 0 7 a 0 0 Cattle, Bullocksea. ti 10/ a 2715, Working do. .1 0 a 4 0 Cows,.. . ,, 1 0 as 0 do.in Milk ,, 1 10 a 3 lo Calven,....,, 6»a 81 Sheep,.... " 6 a 8 Pigs,." 7 a 10 do. roasting, 4 a Or Chee*e,Eng.lb.Ss3da Osiiri _, . Col. "04906 Cloth,Pai ramalla per yard.1 8 a 0 0 Do. Bioad do. 3 4 a 0 0 Coffee grod. lb. 1 6- a O 0 Eggs, per doz. 1 0 a I 3 Flax, NewZea. ton, 16/ a 18> Flour, lOOlbs. fine 2nds Barker.17-Od-14»0&lt;l Longford, ..16 0 -14 o Dixon,.I70-14 0 Girard, ....17 0 -14 0 Pickering...17 0 -14 0 Gordon, ....17 0-14 0 Green,.if...
SELECT POETRY. ODE TO TIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 June 1832
SELECT POETRY. ODE TO TIME. I osk'd an aged man, a man of cares, x Wrinkled, and curved, and white with hoary hairs; 1 "TIME is the warp of life" he said, "oh ' tell The young, the fair, the gay, to weave it well." I asked the ancient, venerable dead, Sages who write, and warriors who bled . From the cold grave a hollow murmur flow'd, "TIME sowed the seed we reap in this abode". I osk'd a djing sinner,-ero the tide 'Of life had left his veins--"TIMI-", he replied, "I've lost it. Oh' the treasure!"-and he died. I ask'd the golden sun and silver spheres, Those bright chronometers of dajs and years ; They answer'd-"TIME is but a meteor glare'', And bade for Eternity prepare. I ask'd the Seasons, in their annual round, ' Which beautify, or desolate the ground; ' And they replied,-(no oracle more wise) "Tis folly's blank, und wisdom's highest prize" I ask'd a spirit lost ; but Oh ! the shriek That pierced my sôul : I shudder while I speak ! It cried, "a partido,-a speck,-a mile Of endles...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 June 1832
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE On Friday H. I. Majesty's ship Amerika sailed for the Eastern Islands and Kamschatka, having sa- luted the Fort with 21 guns, which was returned, from Dawes' Battery by a like number, On Thursday morning a labourer engaged at work on a scaffold in Cockle Bay, missed his foot- ing, and fell upwards of thirty feet, breaking his right leg, and fracturing two ribs. The powder magazine has been finished, and moored at its station, off Dawes' Battery. The whole of the private boxes in the dress cir- cle of the Sydney Theatre, have been taken by mi- litary and civil officers. Two months, it is expected, will be the utmost time required for the intended alterations. The cooper of H. I. Majesty's ship Amerika has bolted from that vessel, the prospect held out by the whalers being too good to be passed over. The remaining cases for trial before the Supreme Court by Assessors, will come on the 2nd July. The John's men will be landed to-morrow. The Russian ship, on going o...
EXTRACTS CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 June 1832
EXTRACTS CONTINUED. The half-pay of the undermentioned Officers has heap cancelled from the 20th January, 1832, inclu- sive, upon , their receiving u commuted allowance for their commissions ; Lieut.'Jos. Elliott Hudson, half-pay 27th Foot; Ensign William Taylor, half-pay Canadian Fcnci bles; Capt. Henry Coxwell, half-pay 14th Foot; Lieut Geo. Wm. Fox Lord Kinnaird, half-pay 24th Light Dragoons; Cornet Win. Cunningham, half-pay 5th Dragoon Guards; Lieutenant Henry Leslie Prentice, half-pay 95th Foot; Lieut. Fred. Peter Nicholas de Kruger, half-pay 48th Foot; Lieut. Thos. C. Forbes, of the 89th Foot ; Assist. Surgeon Win. Parker, half-pay 4th Foot; Ensign Fran. Wisdom Desailly, half-pay 4th Foot. CHURCHILL ANJ> GARRICK.-The following is a vpry characteristic letter from Churchill to Gar- rick:-My dear Mr. Garrick,-Half drunk, half mad, and quite stripped of all my money, I should be much obliged if you would enclose and' send by the bearer five pieces, by way of adding to favours ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 June 1832
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. } Sydney, 8s. per Quarter.-Single Numbers, Gd. > Country, (Postage included) 10». 6d. per Quarter, j TERMS FOR ADVERTISEMENTS. For Eight I,ints and under, 2a. Crf., and Id. each,, for every Line above Eight; for each Insertion. 1®* The Sydney Herald is published every Monday and Thursday morning; and the Quarters end the 31»&lt; March, 30/A June, 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, of those days. All letters must be post-paid, or they will not be taken in. 30th September, and Slst December; at which periods OXLV can Subscribers decline. AnvEimsEMFVTs must specify, on the No advertisement,can be withdrawn after 12 o' Clock on Wednesdays and Saturdays ; but frcs/i ones will be received until 6 o' Clock FOB, CALCUTTA snixcT. I^HE first class Ship Burrell, ? will meet with quick des- patch and carries an expe- rienced Surgeon-For freight or passage, a...
LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—(CIVIL SIDE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 June 1832
LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT. -(CIVIL SIDE.) THURSDAY.-Before Judge Stephen and the fol- lowing Special Jury, Samuel Augustus Perry, Esq. Foreman, John Connell, Merchant, George Cave- nagh, merchant, Joseph Hickey Grose, merchant, Thomas Icely, Esq., George Cox, Esq., Joseph Thompson, merchant, John Tooth, merchant. (Tales Men), George Acres, Esq., Samuel North, Esq., David Allen, Esq., and John Verge, Esq. Martin v. Munn.-This was an action of tres- pass quare clausam fregit, the declaration contained two counts, the first charged the defendant on the 1st January, 1831, and on the other days, with breaking and entering a close belonging to plain- tiff and destroying a lime kiln without the leave and license, and against the will of the said plain- tiff. The second count varied the nature of the trespass. The defendant pleaded the general issue. The intent of this action was to try the right and title to a piece of land situated at Jack the Miller's Point. The following is an out...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 June 1832
THOMAS ICELY, ESQ..'B SAXE. MR. LYONS begs to inform the Public, that the Catalogues of the Sale of THOMAS ICELY, Esq., may be had at his Sale Rooms, 75, George street, To-morrow, (Tuesday the 26th Instant); and that the Furniture, Plate, Books, &c, &c., will be ready for inspection, at the Royal Hotel, on the same and following days. The Horses and Carriages willbeput up on Friday next, the first day of sale, at Ona o' Clock. N.B._As the Lots are very numerous the Sale will commence each day precisely at Eleven o'Clock. 25/A June, 1832. BAKERY, AT NEWCASTLE, Now in the occupation of a respectable Tenant, consisting of a DWELLING-HOUSE, Out Offices, Bakehouse, &c, with a frontage of Sixty Six feet by a depth of Ninety-nine feet, Sy MCr. Bodenbaxn, Opposite Polack's London Tavern, on THURS- DAY, the 19th of JULY, at the hour of One precisely. MR. BODENHAM, respectfully notifies, that he is instructed to Sell a very profitable and advantageously situate Propert...
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, JUNE 25, 1832. " Scorn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 June 1832
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, JUNE 25, 1832. &nbsp; " Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." We have lately perused, with much satis- faction, "The Report presented to the House of Commons, by the Committee on Steam Carriages, with the minutes of evidence, and appendix, ordered to be printed on the 12th of October, 1831." It is one of the most elaborate, and at the same time, au- thentic documents we have ever read; and, at the present moment, when the subject of the public roads engrosses the attention of all classes in the Colony, it may gratify our readers, to ascertain the present state, and prospects of that interesting depart- ment of human research. There is not the smallest doubt entertained by any of the eminent Engineers examined, that travel- ling by steam on Common Roads, with perfect ease and safety, may not be attained, in the course of a very few years; though, at present, there are obstacles to its com- pletion, of a formidable character. These have been obviated...
Spirits and Tobacco. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 June 1832
Spirits and Tobacco. Stock on hand l6tli instant, U. P. rum, 136,598 gul lons; brandy, 10,015 gallons ; gin, 8 597 gallons; other spirits,7,868 gallons; tobacco, 50,6£9j)otrnds. Received during lite week, tobacco, 0,028 hounds-' Delivered for Home Consumption, B. P. Rum, 3,052 gallons; brandy, 277 gallons: gin, loo gallons; other .pints, 7 gallons; tobacco, 1,547 pounds. Delivered for Exportation, B. P. rum, SS0 gallons. Stock on liHiid 2.1 rd instant, B. P. Rum, 133,336 gal- lons; brandy 19,6.18 gallons; gin,8,497 gallons; olhour spirits, 7.80I gallons; tobacco, 35,146 pounds. June 25, IU32.
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE from the 20th to the 23d instant. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 June 1832
RETURN of the Aterage Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE from the 20th to the 23d instant. ß Wheat, best N. S. Wales .... 0 Do. second quality, do....... 0 Du. third do. do.0 Barley, best ditto. 0 Maize, best ditto.....0 Colonial Tobacco, best.0 Ditto, second quality.0 1 4 Potatoes, N. S. Wales. 4 5 0 Butter, best salt.4 l8 0 Cheese, good .,.Î 2 0 Pork, sall. I 10 4 Bacon,. 9 6a Ham,. 3 0 8 0 p. bus.of OOlbi. 3- ditto ditto S ditto ditto ii ditto of 501 bs. 5} do. measureint. 7 per lb. 4 ditto 0 per ton 0 per cwt. 0 ditto ditto. ditto ditto W. C. PUDDBFOOT, Commission Aient, Oeorge-street.
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 June 1832
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices Ale, Eng.-Hlid.6/. 10/ a SI. do. doz. 14/u 15J Colonial-II lid. CO a 8(> do. dux. 6 a 8 Beer, Eng.-Illid. 67.10/ u8i. do. yal. Mea IA Colonial-Hlid. 45 a. ii do. gal. 3 a 0. Biscuit.pel cwl.lo a St) Blankets, Col.p.nr. 16 a 30 Blue.lb. i a 00 Buller, fresh....Is liluU4d salt.O QatO Bread, Slh.loal', u 3 a 0 3| Candies., M Id*.11,. I O a 0 0 Dips.... 0 7 a 0 0 Cattle. Bullocksen. ii 10/ a 2/l5i Working do. .1 O a 4 0 Cows,.. .,,10 as l) do.in Milk ,, 1 10 a 3 lo Calve»,., 6/a 8/ Sheep,....,, 0 a » Piß»,., 7 " 10 fio. roasting, 4 a 00 Cheese, Eng.lb.i*3tl a 0«ud viuiu(t-urraraaua per yard,.... 1 8 a 0 0 Do. Binad do. 3 4 a 0 0 Coffee grml. Iii. 1 6 a o 0 Eggs, per doz. 1 0 a 1 2 Flax, New Zea. ton, 16/ a l8, Flour, 1O0I bs. fine 2nd» Barker, . ...17sOii-14sOil Longford, ..16 6 -14 0 Dixon,.17 0 -14 0 Girard.17 0 -14 0 Pickering...17 0 -14 0 Gordon, ....17 O-14 0 Oreen,.16 0 -14 0 Fran,...
DIARY. Memoranda for the present week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 June 1832
BXAXIY. Memoranda for the present week. June._Calendar._ ¿BIT I Kubena bom, 1577. ~ Wye [St. Peter. 00 j a j Earl Argyle, Hut. KÍ1I5. July. 1 | S I 2nd Sun. alter 'jTinity. "g"rMT"VUitatloii firvTUlaryT *3 j T j Scottlih Rebellion, 1745. 4 W | Transi, of St. Martin. New Moon, 28th Day, 3 ml I * SUN I High llde. I rises | sett \ morn | even I 7 8 | 4 52 | B 30 I ¥05 I 7 B [4 52 I' » 16 I 9 54 17 8 | 4 52 | IO 0 | IO 37 | 7 7 | 4 53 | 10 35 | 10 48 | 7 7| 4 53| II 11 | 11 37 | 7 7 4 53 | 11 45 I 0~5 j? 7 j 4 53 j 0 10 I 030 lutes patt 5, afternoon.
LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—(CIVIL SIDE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 June 1832
LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT_(CIVIL SIDE.) SATURDAY.-Before the Chief Justice and the following Special Jury :.-Samuel' August Perry, Esquire, Foreman; George Cox, Esq., Hanbury Clements Esq., Geo. Acres Esq&lt; Edw. Cox, Esq., John Larkin Scarvell, Esq., Joseph Hickey Grose, merchant, John Connell, merchant, Ward Ste- &nbsp; phens, Esq. (Sales men), Arthur Kemmis, mer- chant, George Miller, Esq., and D. Allen, Esq. Hughes and another v. Solomon.-This was an action to recover £233 4 1, being the amount of five promissory notes due by defendant to plaintiff, together with interest on the same. The defendant pleaded first the general issue, and secondly a special agreement in bar to the action. The defendant's hand-writing was proved in the usual form. The defence set up was as follows :-In July, 1831, the defendant's circumstances becoming em- barrassed, he made a tender to his creditors of seven shillings and six pence in the pound, to be paid by instalments, rate...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 June 1832
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE &nbsp; No less than 199 licenses have been granted this year. A notice has been posted at the door of the Police Office cautioning all new Publicans not to sell spirits before the 1st proximo, under a penalty of £30, and that the amount of the license must be paid within 14 days from the date of the cer- tificate. The brethren of the Australian Social Lodge, No. 260, met at Mr. Brett's, St. John's Tavern on Monday, where they partook of a sumptuous din- ner got up in the usual liberal style by " mine host." Our readers will observe by the advertisement in another part of our paper, that Mr. Icely's stud, and other valuable property, will be brought to the hammer, by Mr. Lyons, at one o'clock to-inorrow. On Thursday lost, Mr. Lyons sold Mr. Blanchard's mill and premises, at Parramatta, to Mr. Harvey, for £1030 cash. Captain Church, of the 17th Regiment, is in charge of a detachment at Mount Vittoria, to guard the iron gangs employed there. Accidents, Off...