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COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. COMPILED ANO PUBLISHED UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE CUSTOMS. IMPORTS. Reports from the 25th to the 2nd Instant, Inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 July 1832
COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled ano Published under tub AuTHonnr or the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 25th to the 2nd Instant, Inclusive. June 27.-HENRY (barque), 2j9 ton», Bunnev, master, from London via Hobart Town, Dan/e*, Gore & Co. ugcnts; C7 casks rum, 19 crates 3 casks earthenware, 17 bales bagging, Dawes, Oure, It Co.; 19 crates 2 casks eartlianwiirc, George Bunn ; 4 casks pickles mid Minces, 4 cases mustard, A. B. Spark; l8 cases , mustard,19 cases pickles and sauces, 4 cases blue, 3 | cates gmats, AspiiiHll, Brown, & Co. ; 5 oarrolels currants, 10 bartels S bundles raisin», I cask figs, 1 cask mace, 1 cask nutmegs, 1 bundle 1 bug pepper, 3 bau» pimento. I chest cassia sigma, g kegs clover seed, 2 canes 0 bales colton, 17 casks beer, SI cases wine, II.J. Bunny; 1 ease paper, Hughes Ac Hos- king ; l cask ironmongery mid brass, 1 ease 1 bale cottons, Appleton St Bourne; 3 cases tojs, 22 bags potatoes, 8 bnudles kangaioo skins-Order. -...
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 July 1832
PRICE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices Ale, Eng.-Hhd.6/. IO* a St. \ do. doz. 14/ulâj Colonial-Ilhd. (JO a 80 do. duz. B a 8 Beer.Eng.-Hhd. O/.lO/a Bl. do. cal. Miali Colonial-Hhd. 4.s a 55 do. gal. 3 a 0. Biscuit,....j.ercwt.19 a SU Blankets, Col.p. pr. 16 & 30 Blue.Ih.'i noo Butter, fresh ....1» lil al»4il salt......Of) a i o Bread,Slh.io.tt', ii 3 a 0 3) Candles.Mlds.lb.l 0 n 0 0 Dips... o 7 n. 0 0 Cattle, Bullocks en. S/10/ a S/15j Working do. 3 0 a 4 o Cows,.. . ,, l o a 2 0 do.In Milk "1 10 a 3 lo Calve»,....,, 6xa Hi Sheep,....,, Oua Pig»,.,, 7 a 10 do. runsting, 4 a Ol' Cheese, Eng.lb. 8s 3d a Osud ", , Col. " 0 4 n 0 0 lyloth.Parrnnialta per yard.1 a a 0 0 Do. Bl nail do. 3 4 ii 0 0 Coffee grnil. Iii. 1 6 a 0 0 Eggs, per doz. 1 Q a. i 2 Flax, Nc-wZe», ton, 10/ a IB/ Flour, lOOIbs. line 3nd» Barker.i6s0d-issod Longford, ..111 6 -14 0 Dixon,.loo- is 0 O i rurel.IG 0 -13 0 Pickering...16 0-13 0 Gordon, ....16 0...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 July 1832
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE ARRIVALS. From Hobart Town, on Monday lAst, the schooner, Harlequin. DEPARTURES. &nbsp; For Liverpool, on Sunday last, the barque, Lon- don, Captain Pickering, with a cargo of Colonial produce. Passenger, Mr. Timothy Kennedy. For Hobart Town, same day, the brig Marianne, Captain McKenzie, with a general cargo. Pas- sengers, Messrs. Thomas Spicer, Henry Lazarus, &nbsp; &nbsp; K. Lazarus, J. Sinclair, J. Young, W. Cook, M. O'Hara, J. Reagh, A. Hamilton, W. Fluck, J. McMillan, J. Bradshaw, J. C. Hudson, L. C. &nbsp; Hudson, T. C. Hudson, P. Carrol, James Dargin, J. Thomas, T. Spencer, and D. Harris; also, Mrs. Lazarus, M. Lazarus, Ellen Turnbull, Sarah Young, Jane Fluck, Mary Fluck, and Sarah &nbsp; Fluck. For Newcastle, on Monday last, the steamer William the Fourth, Captain Taggart.
Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 July 1832
Weekly Meteorological Table. The WEATHER and vaiiatloiisofllieTHEIlMOMETEK, during the imst week, in Sydney, at 6 in the morning, nt nnim. and «t fi ii'Clnck In Uip evening. .ti mi. 6 ». in. Clear Tuet. ft a. in. Cloudy Wed. fi a. ni Cool 42 \V I'll Mi- ll li. Ill Cool 40 SW Fnü 6 a. in. Cool bul. 6 a. m tool 47 NW IE noon Clear 6T W IS noon] Windy 1Î noon Windj S4 12 non Clear 60 l8non» Mild W 6 p. m. Fine. 54 UNE 6 p. in, Windy fi p. ni Cleivr S2 SSW »5 p. m\ Clear 31 Calm fl p.-m, Clear 5* Calm ¡6 p. m, Fine' Mean Temperature,.11.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 July 1832
BIRTHS.—On Monday morning, the Lady of Henry Marr, Esquire, Castlereagh-street, of a daughter. At her residence, in Elizabeth-street, on Thursday last, Mrs. W. Wells, of a son. On Monday last, the 2d instant, the Lady of Mr. William Shelley, of a daughter. On Sunday, the 17th instant, the Lady of R. M. Campbell, Esq. of Wangelo, Argyle, of a daugh- ter. On Monday morning, at her residence, No. 3, Charlotte-place, the Lady of A. E. Hayes, Esq., Editor of the Australian, of a son. DIED,—At Hobart Town, on the 20th ult., Mrs. Hannah Cole, aged 22, wife of Mr. James Cole, of that town, and eldest daughter of Mr. Wood, of George-street, Sydney. 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 — 5 July 1832
POX.XCE XWCIUENTS. Monday.-Henry -Gibblets, assigned to Mr. Sandwell, was charged with absconding, and with the following fraud :-It appeared that Mr. Gibblets is greatly attached to the pleasures of the turf, and to keep up appearances, he, the Saturday preceding, ' walked into the house of a boot-maker in Market- &lt; street, and giving the Son of Crispin a hearty smack on the back,' and at the same time throwing himself into' on arm chair, exclaimed, " Come, my Old Cock, here's a leg for a boot," presenting'his right j one for the - inspection of the shoemaker.- " Fit me with a pair of boots of Hobby's last cut. Re- member, I intend to hkvc ihy ancles fully developed.' No smuggling such legs into bread bags." The boots were drawn : on accordingly,' and they ap- peared to give the gent, satisfaction,,'for he strutted' backwards and forwards,, .before a full length glass ' slapping his new boots with a hunting vyliip, and exclaiming, " Eh, 3--e,_ not so very bad, con- ' sid...
TOM CRINGLE'S LOG. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 July 1832
TOM CRINGLE'S LOG. The only other midshipman on board the cutter beside young Walcolm, whose miseiablc death we lind witnessed, was a slight delicate little fellow, about fourteen years old, of the name of Duncan ; be was the smallest boy of his age I ever saw*, and liad been badly hurt in repelling the attack of the pirate. His wound was a lacerated puncture in the left shoulder fi om a boarding-pike, but it appeared to be healing kindly, and for some days we thought ho was ,k)ing well. However, about five o'clock in the afternoon, before we made Jamaica, the surgeon accosted Mr. Douglas as we were walking the deck together. " I fear little Duncan is going to slip through my fingersnflorall, sir."-"No!-I thought lie fiad been better."-" So he was till about noon, when» a twitching of the muscles came on, which I fear hetukeivs lock jaw ; he wavers, too, now and theo, a bad sign of itself where there is a fretting wound."-We went below, where, notwithstanding the wind-sail that was ...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 July 1832
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE At 10 o'clock on Monday morning, the 39th Regiment were under arms in garrison, and were marched with drums beating and colors flying to the old Race Course, under the command of Colonel Lindesay; shortly after, His Excellency General Bourke appeared on the ground, accompanied by his Staff; they were received in the usual form. The regiment then went through sundry evolutions, by marching and counter-marching, firing in com- panies, volhes, and file firing, after which they re- turned to barracks, where an inspection of their necessaries took place by His Excellency, it being the last that will take place previous to their em- barkation. General Bourke paid a high compliment to Colonel Lindesay, on the soldier-like appearance, and high state of discipline of his regiment. His Excellency appeared in good health and spirits, and entirely recovered from his late accident. The return made by Mr. Foster the Inspector for Slaughtering Cattle, for the district of Sydn...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 July 1832
TERMS OF SÜBSCÄIPTION. f Sydney, 8s. per Quarter.-Single Numbers, Gd. > Country, (Postage included) 10*. Gd. per Quarter, j r TERMS FOR ADVERTISEMENTS. I For Eight Lines and under, 2*. Gi/., anil Iii. each, t for every Zinc above Eight; fur mich Insertion. t^" The Sydney Herald it published every Monday and Thursday morning; and the Quarters end the Slst March, 30th June, 30th September, and 31st December ; at which periods only can Subscribers dtcline, by giving JSfoticc and paying the amount due to the end of the Current Quarter. AdVeetisemems must specify, an the face of them, the number of times they are intended to be inserted, or they will be continued till countermanded and charged to the pi rty. No adve't tiscment can be withdrawn after IS o' Clock onWednesdayt and Saturdays; but fresh ones will be received until 6 o'Clock of those days. No verbal communications can be attended to, anti all letters must be post-paid, or they will not be taken in. FOR XAJ7XX.L&. 1"...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 July 1832
FOUR STREETS, WITH GRANTS FROM THE CROWN. Seventeen Allotments of Building Ground, in the most improving part of the Town of Sydney, in the vicinity of the Market Wharf, and Messrs. Dickson and Barker's Steam Engines, to wit, Bathurst, Sussex, Kent and Union Streets, to- gether with an Elegant FAMILY MANSION, now in the occupation of Colonel Snodgrass, Brigade Major; and all that important Estate,' known as Wyixie's Farm, of 2,000 Acresyat Illawarra, By BKr. Bodenbaxn, On WEDNESDAYS 18/A of JULY, upon the Ground, at 11 for 12 o'Clock precisely, In pursuance of instructions from the Rov. Doctor Lang, and Mrs. W. Lang, senior. MR. BODENHAM has the honour to an- nounce, that he will submit to the hammer all those SEVENTEEN VALUABLE BUILD- ING ALLOTMENTS of LAND, situate at the junction of Four Streets, namely Kent, Sussex, Bathurst and Union Strfets. In the disposal of this property, Mr. Boden ham conceives, that the above enumerated localities will be sufficient for them to command th...
DIARY. Memoranda for the present week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 July 1832
SXAXbY. Memoranda for the present week. "SUS I High Tide. July._Calendar._| run j sett \ morn \ even. 5 | T | Battle of Wagram, 180». j 7 C j 4 54 | I « j 1 33 0 |_PJ JOHiTFlaxman ¿Ti745. |7 0|4 54| ä' 0| 2~2S *7"| 8 fJeaulU rwtored, 1814. | 7 fi | 4 54 | 2 51) 1 8|S I 3rd Sun, arter Trlnlty! ("7 « | 4 54 I 4 5| M I Oldmlxon died, 1742. j 7 5 [ 4 55 I 5~D>T 10 Tuesday John Calvin born, 1509. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; JU' _4_30 5 43 0 .VI 7 42 11| WJ Lalande born, 1782. 7 5 |4 S5j 7 13 | ~Flr»t Quarter, ¿til day, 33 minute« pasto morning.
MARKETS. THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 July 1832
MAHKETS. Thursday, July 5, 1832. The market was profusely supplied with every article in season ; the/settlers, during the continu- ance of this fine weather, have been enabled to for- ward their produce from a considerable distance, which, at other times they are incapacitated, from doing, owing to the heavy state of £be roads. 165a bushels of wheat were sold to Mr. Barker, at his granaries, from 4s. to 5s. 6d. per bushel. Maizo, oats, and rye have undergone no alteration. Barley was a shade lower ; good heav y clean samples would, however, produce higher prices. Vegetables, with the exception of potatoes and onions, were a trifle , lower. Dairy produce firm ut our lost quotation. Soap and candles stationary. Hay and straw in demand, but without any effect on the price. Wool is still in demand. The horse market is very dull. Severe frosts are doing considerable damage &lt;to the pasturage in the W. and S. AV. parts of the -Colony. --^k»
Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 2nd July, 1832. STATIONERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 July 1832
Colonial Secretary'« Office, Sydney, 2nd July, 1832. , . . ' STATION ERX. THE following articles of Stationery being required fof-tbe Public 8ervice, persons disposed to furnish the tame, arc requested to transmit their offers, in writing, to this office, by 12 o'clock on Friday, the 13th instant, sealed *qd en- dorsed " Tender »or Stationery." Parchment, 3 roll»* paper, demi, I ream ; dum, royal, I ream ; ditto, gilt foolscap, 1 ream ; ditto, best plain ditto, G5 ream« ; ditto, common ditto, io reams ; ditto, coarse dftto, a reams ; ditto gilt post, 1 ream; ditto plain post, Co reams ; ditto gilt note, 1 ream; ditto plain note, 2 reams; ditto drawing medium, 1 rearai ditto blotting S reams; ditto cartridge,5 reams ; book», demy size, 0 quire» each, 24 ; ditto, ditto, 7 quires each, 6 ; ditto, foolscap ucconnl, 3 quire» each, 0, ditto, field, for Surveyors, 10 ; paper files, G ; brown »able brushes, 3 dozen , pencils, 45 dozen ; ditto, II. B. s dozen ; do., H H. B Brookman and Langd...
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE from the 5th to the 7th instant. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 July 1832
RETURN aj the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE from Hie 5lh to the 7th instant. £ ». d. Wheat, best N. S. Wales .... 0 5 8 p. bos.of Culb«. Do. second quality, do.0 4 1 ditto ditto Do. third do. do,.0 3 fi ditto dil o Barley, best ditto.0 3 0 ditto of 501V». Maize, best ditto,...0 2 6 do. meaaaremi. Colonial Tobacco, best.0 1 7 per lb. Ditto, second quality.0 1 .4 ditto . Potatoes, N. S. Wale».4 5 ita per ton Butler, best sall.4 l8 JO per cwt. Cherté, good.ti....J. 2-2 0 ditto Fork, »alt. 1 10 4 ditto. Bacon,.2 6 8 ditto Hum..*. 3 0 8 ditto W. O. PTJDDBFOOT, Commission Aient, George-street.
PRIDE CURRENT. COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 July 1832
PRIDE CURRENT. ' * COMPILED FOR THE SYDNEY HERALD. Including ¡aslTliuraday's Market (Sterling) Prices Ale, Eng.-H lid.Of. im a 8/. do. doz. 14/nlSi Colonial-lllid. (jo a 80 do. doz. 0 a 0 Beer,Eng.-Híid. óV.lO/ii 8¿ do. gal. 14ial5 Colonial-Ilhd. 45 a 65 do. gal. 3 a Ou Biscuit,....percwt.la n'2y Blanket«, Col. p.pr. 16 a 30 Blue,.lb, 2 a oo Butter, fresh....IsldaU4d salt......op a l 0 Bread,211). loaf, O 3 a O .11 Caudles,Mlds.lb.l 0 a 0 O Dip's.... 0 t'a 0 0 : Cattle, Bullocksen. S/10, a Bil5i Working do. S o a 4 0 Cows,.. . ,, 1 0 a 2 0 do.'in Milk "1 IO a 3 lo Calves." Gran, Sheet." G a.8 Pigs,." 7 «IO do. roasting, 4 a on Cheese, Eng.l b.2n 3d aOslid Cnl. " 0 4 a 0 0 Cloih,r-ai ramona per yard.l8 a 0 O' Do. Broad do. 3 4 a 0 0 Coffee grinl. lb. 1 fj a o o Eggs, per doz.'l 0 a I 2 Flax, New Zea. ton, 16/ n 111/ Flour, lOOIbs. fine 2nd s Barker.l6s0d-lSsOd Longford, ..15 G-13 0. Dixon,..'10 d -IS 0 Girard, ....10 0 -1.1 0 Pickering...IB 0 -13 0, Gordon.16 0-13 0 Green,.15 0 -12 0...
EXTRACTS CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 July 1832
EXTRACTS CONTINUED. It would appear that an American schooner, em- ployed in the Pacific, has discovered certain Islands in the South Seas, nn account of which was read before the Academy of Sciences at Paris, in Jan. last. The schooner was named the Antarctic, and met with a similar misfortune to that of the Old- ham, having lost fifteen of her crew at the Fcjee Islands, who were cut off by the natives, the parti culars of which arc as follows: " This vessel sailed from Now York for tho South ! Seas, in 1829, made New Zealand, and then shaped her course to Manilla. During the latter of these expéditions, she fell in with a group of six. islands, which are not laid down in any charts; the dis- covery was made on the 23d of February, 1830, and the Captain baptized them by the name of " Westcrfield's Group." On the following morn- ing, he fell in with a scries of other new islands, extending seventy-five miles from north to south cast j these he denominated " De Bcrght's Group." Again...
SELECT POETRY. BY MRS. NORTON. [THE CHILD OF EARTH.] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 July 1832
. SELECT POETRY. I BY MRS. NORTON. ¡the child of earth.] Fainter her slow step falls from day to day, Death's hand is heavy on her darkening brow ; Yet doth she fondly tling to earth, and say ' I am content to die-but, oh . not now ' Not while the blossoms of the jojous spring Make the warm air such luxury to breathe Not while the birds such lays of gladness sing Not while bright flowers around my footsteps wreathe. Sparc me, great God t lift up my drooping brou I am content to die-but, oh' not now1' Hie spring bath ripened into sunnner-timc; The season's viewless boundary is past; The glorious sun hath reached his burning prime; Oh! must this glimpse of beauty be the last? ' Let mc not perish while o'er land and lea, With silent steps, the Lord of light moves on; Not while the murmur of the mountain-bee Greets my dull car with music in its tone1 Palo sickness dims my eye and clouds my brow I am content to die-hut, oh . not now !' Summer is gone ; and autumn's soberer hues Tint the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 9 July 1832
TAXX.OH, Militari/ Sf Ornamental Fancy Cap Maker, ana Hatter, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, (Next door to Mr. JOHN PA UL's, junior J, BEGS leave to acquaint his numerous friends that he has on sale an entirely new stock, by the latest arrivals, of the undermentioned articles, which he con recommend as being of the best qua- lity, and at the Lowest Cash Prices. Broad Cloths, of colors. Black and Drub, and Cassimercs. . Splendid Jet Black Silk Velvet; warranted to1" retain its color. WaistcoatingB. Gentlemen's Best London Drab and Black Beaver Hats, from the first houses. Ladies' Riding Hats. Livery Hats. Cloth and Silk Caps. Gilt and Silver Lace and Tassels. Silk Oil Cloth for Cloaks and Military Cap Covers. Black Silk Neckcloths, And on extensive assortment of Gentlemen's Ready made Fashionable Wearing Apparel. .«. Orders for Gentlemen's Clothes and Ladies' Riding Habits executed on the shortest notice. AUCTXOWBBB. *. BAOZER, -000 THE undersigned begs leave to inform the Inhabitants of the...