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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 6 June 1831
Impounding Advertisement. &nbsp; THE following Cattle have been im- &nbsp; pounded, and if not claimed within twenty one &nbsp; days from the different dates, will be sold by public Auction :—At the Oaks Pound, Camden, on the 23rd May, one grey Cow, brown ears, branded on the milk- ing side H T, underneath on the thigh No. 2.—4s. 6d. At Liverpool, one Cow, red sides, neck and head, white on the back and belly, No. 309 on off hip, T R off thigh, and several other brands not legible. Also, a Bull Calf, dark brindle, white on back and belly. The above will be sold on the 11th June, at twelve o'Clock.—4s. 6d. At Baulkham Hills on the 25th May, one Bullock, branded on the near hip, with a bell, white face, a little down horned, white back and belly, red sides, the near hind leg white, off hind leg white with a red spot, the fore legs red, with a white ring round each fore leg, will be sold at Parramatta.— &nbsp; 4s. 6d. In the district of Petersham, on the...
Vessels entered outwards from the 23rd to the 30th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 6 June 1831
Vessels entered outwards from the 23rd to the 30th Instant, inclusive. 23.—Emma Kemp, 37 tons, EDWARD BYERS agent, New Zealand. 26.—Rifleman, 302 tons, DAWES, GORE, & Co. agents, Java.—Eamont, 278 tons, LAMB & Co. agents, London. 27.—Prince Regent 104 tons, J. B. MONTEFIORE & Co. agents, Launceston.—Joseph Wynter, 253 tons, DAWES, GORE, & Co. agents, Calcutta. 29.—Red Rover, 372 tons, LAMB & Co. agents, Batavia and Madras.
COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 23rd to the 30th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 6 June 1831
COMMERCIAL NEWS. ——o—— Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 23rd to the 30th In- stant, inclusive. May 24.—Bee, (brig) 134 tons, CUTHBERT master, from New Zealand, EDWARD BYERS agent, 30 tons flax, 70 casks cocoa nut oil, 7,000 feet pine plank, 10 packages staves, 5 casks mo- lasses, 2 casks, 4 bags sugar, 4 barrels lime juice, 3 boxes sperm candles, 5 bales mats, 24 casks and cases curiosities, 86 clubs and paddles, a quantity of spars, 6 cwt. sennet, 25lbs. tortoise shell, a quantity of yams and potatoes, W. Cuthbert. 28.—Friendship (schooner) 88 tons, NEILL master, from Launceston, CAMPBELL & Co. agent s; 3,000 bushels wheat, J. B. Montefiore ; 400 bushels wheat, T. Nowlan ; 32 bales wool, 29 bullock hides, S. Lord ; 2 cases wearing ap- parel, 1 bale drills, 1 winnowing machine, J. Gilchrist. 30.—Resolution (schooner) 60 tons, LANCEY master, from Launceston, EDWARD BYERS agent; 1191 bushels wheat, ...
MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 6 June 1831
MARKETS. The supplies at Market on Thursday were more plentiful than they have been lately, though not to the extent that had been expected. WHEAT was not in abundance, but sold readily at prices from 4s. 6d. to 6s. There was a parcel of Wheat from Argyle brought into town, of the best description that has been seen for some time, and was sold at 6s. It is much to be re- gretted that this and other fine districts have not the advantages of good roads and other facilities afforded them for sending the grain to market, the want of which tends to the manifest en- couragement of foreigners and Vandemonians, and the deterioration of our own Colony. There has been a good supply of Wheat from Laun- ceston, which, though tolerably good, is much inferior to the samples from Argyle, and realizes a less price, owing to the want of proper atten- tion in cleaning it. MAIZE was abundant, at a reduction in price. DAIRY PRODUCE, still scanty and maintained its late quotations. Some fine new POTATOE...
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 6 June 1831
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. London—Lady Harewood, 429 tons, Lamb & Co. agents, 5th June ; South Seas— Albion, 311 tons, J. B. Bettingtnn Se Co. agents, 12th June ; New Zealand—Active, 105 tons, Campbell & Co. agents, 1st June ; Hobart Town—Kains, 353 tons, Geo. Bunn agent, 1st June ; Liverpool—Earl of Liverpool. 229 tons, J. Maclaren & Co. agents, indefinite ; Launceston—Prince Regent, 104 tons, J. B. Montefiore & Co. agents, 5th June ; New Zealand— Emma Kemp, 37 tons, Edward Byers agent, 5th June.
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 6 June 1831
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; From Launceston, on Sunday week, the schooner Resolution. From London, via Hobart Town, on ?day last, having left the latter port on the 23rd ultimo, the barque Funchal, Captain Dalgarno, with merchandize. Passengers, Cap- tain Roe, ? East India Company's Service ; Rev. Mr. Dickenson, Mrs. Dickenson, and seven children ; Hungerford Hoskings ; Mr. Jef- fery, of Customs' Department; and Mrs Jeffery. ? the Friendly Islands, on Satur- day last, Barque Lucy Ann ; same day, from Hobart Town, the barque Gambier. DEPARTURES. For Ja ? Sunday week, the brig Rifleman. For Calcutta on Monday last, the brig Joseph Winter. For Launceston, on Saturday last, the barque ? REMAINING IN THE HARBOUR. SHIPS—H. M. S. Comet, Eamont, Albion, Austra- lian, Lady Harewood, Kelson, Kains, Hashmy, Jane, York, Red Rover, Waterloo, and Louisa. BRIGS— Mary Elizabeth, Sophia Jane, Earl of Liverpool., Bee, Fame, and Rifleman...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 6 June 1831
MARRIED—At Lower Pitt Town, on Tuesday the 17th ultimo, by the Rev. John McGarvie, Mr. Joel John Grono, to Miss Mary Anne Harrison, both of that place. BIRTH.—On Monday last, Mrs. James Barker, of Cas- tlereagh-street, of a daughter. Yesterday Week, at Clydesdale, Mrs. Tompson of a daughter. &nbsp; On Friday, the 27th ultimo, the Lady of Thomas Ever- den, Esq. J. P. Superintendent of Police for Bathurst of a son and heir. &nbsp; Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS, AND FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES, (Sole Proprietors.) REDMANS COURT, GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES.
Police Incidents. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 6 June 1831
Police Incidents. Saturday, May 28.—Lawrence Brennen, assigned to the Australian Agricultural Company, was charged with coming up from Port Stephens on the plea that he was a free man, his sentence which was for seven years having expired, but on being taken to the Bar- racks, it appeared that he was a prisoner for life. The Bench after remarking that he was attempting to play off on them a la Hogan, sentenced him to receive 100 lashes. Joseph Stanton was fully committed to take his trial for filching from the shop of Mr. Spicer, of George- street, three bottles of mustard, a piece of Scotch mus- lin, seven looking glasses, and twenty one balls of cot- ton. He was observed by Mr Field, the Chief Con- stable of Port Stephens, pocketing the mustard, and was taken in custody by him;, on a constable being &nbsp; sent for, he exclaimed, " oh, my God, I'm ruined," and wished to settle with Mr. Spicer. The whole of the &nbsp; goods were found on him when he was searched. Jo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 6 June 1831
EXTENSIVE SALE of BOOKS, On SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 11th, AT &nbsp; No, 60, George-street, &nbsp; MR. J. WILLIAMSON, begs in- &nbsp; form the Literary characters of Sydney and the Public generally, that he has received instructions, to sell by Auction a most extensive and valuable col- lection of Books, which consists of the most esteemed standard works in the English Language, gibbon' Prior, Crabbe, Todd, Lingard, Southey, Shakspeare, Scott, Smollett, Edgeworth, Fielding, Richardson, &c. The Works of the above writers being so well known in the literary world, Mr. W. deems it unnecessary to make any comment ; and feels assured that the inhabi- tants of New South Wales, will not allow such an op- portunity of adding to their stock of information pass unnoticed. &nbsp; The Books may be inspected any day previous to the Sale, at Mr. W's Sale Rooms, No. 6O, George-street ; and persons wishing to purchase by private contract, will be treated with o...
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, JUNE 6TH, 1831. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect Am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 6 June 1831
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, JUNE 6th, 1831. ——o—— "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." No country is so much the subject of admiration, in the eyes of foreign nations, as England, for the cheap and effective &nbsp; system, by which the lives and property &nbsp; of her citizens are protected from thera- &nbsp; pacity of the unprincipled. Whatever sen- timents may be entertained, of the purity or corruption of her political institutions or the exorbitant expenses of her law processes, none can doubt that the minor departments of her police are conducted with a vigour and economy worthy of &nbsp; general adoption. The system is a pater- nal legacy of the best kind, and has been propagated in all the Colonies emanating from the mother country, with an efficien- c that bears ample testimony to the cor- rectness and excellence of the principles on which it is founded. We call the attention of our readers to the several alterations lately made in the police...
Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 6 June 1831
Domestic Intelligence. The Sydney Police Bench have ordered that no publican shall open his door, or serve spirits after 2 o'clock on a Sunday afternoon, under a &nbsp; penalty of twenty-five pounds.—DUFFING.— Persons should be cautious before they purchase anything of the pedlars who go about from house to house with various articles for sale, as it has of late constantly occurred, that articles pur- chased of them at a good price, have turned out not to be worth one farthing. This system is carried on more particularly in articles of jewel- lery—A detachment of the 57th regiment em- &nbsp; barked on board the Kains for Launceston on Saturday week ; the remaining detachment is stationed at Parramatta, and await the repair of the York, to be drafted to Madras.—Some mighty touchy persons have given the Repor- tors of the public press to understand, that they feel very sensitive at being shown up in Police reports, and that they,- «,-u^i t* pro- &nbsp; &...
Multum in Parvo. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 6 June 1831
Multum in Parvo. From a late English Paper.—It is announced &nbsp; that a return to a limited and well secured issue of one pound notes, will be one of the means pro- posed by Ministers for the relief of the country. &nbsp; ——The books at Lloyd's exhibit a disastrous list of loss and damage to shipping, both along the coast and abroad. Amongst others are five wrecks at Swan River.—Viscount Granville is appointed Ambassador extraordinary and Pleni- potentiary to His Majesty the King of the French. —General Lord Beresford has lost £20,000. Earl Dalhousie £7,000 and other military officers large amounts, by the bankruptcy of McDonald and Campbell, army agents.—A man of the &nbsp; name of Sesk, formerly a mate of a vessel, has been tried at the Old Baily for attempting the life of one of the Marshalls of the House of Lords, and acquitted on the ground of insanity. The lunatic was in search of the Duke of Wel- lington, armed with a butcher's knife and a load- ed p...
TO THE EDITORS OF THE "SYDNEY HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 6 June 1831
TO THE EDITORS OF THE "SYDNEY HERALD." &nbsp; Gentlemen,—Towards discovering the true theory &nbsp; of blight in grape vines in this country, Mr. Shepherd has already accomplished much, even although he advanced no opinion on the subject. For the pretty " Miss in her teens," theory of the burning watery lense, the refracting dew drop on the berries, as being the cause, is now unheard of, all evaporated and gone, and the once frightful hot wind too, is now admitted to be not the sole cause of the blight. But Mr. Shepherd has given his opinion, and it is the result of long experience, that the cold wea- ther in summer produces the most prevalent blight. Some of your correspondents, however, (without at- tempting to support the former theories,) imagine that they have discovered cases which operate against Mr. Shepherd's, the one referred to by Mr. Bacchus is satisfactorily removed by Mr. S. himself, and the one cited by Mr. South Wind is equally untenable ; he says the...
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, May 25, 1831. TOWN ALLOTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 6 June 1831
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, May 25, 1831. TOWN ALLOTMENTS. THE following descriptions of AL- LOTMENTS of LAND in the TOWN of SYD- NEY, with the names of the Parties by whom they are respectively claimed, are published for general information : And Notice is hereby given, that at the end of three months from the present date, unless written Caveats be previously lodged in this Office, Deeds of Grant will he prepared, in conformity with the Proclamation of His Excellency the Governor, dated 8th June, 1829, for such of the said Allotments as are not reserved or already granted. It is requested that any Christian or Surnames, mis- taken or omitted, may be communicated to this Office &nbsp; at full length, in order that the necessary corrections may be made. SECTION NO. 8. Parish of St. Lawrence. Bonnded on the east by Pitt-street ; on the north by Liverpool-street ; on the west by George-street ; and on the south by Goulburn-street. ALLOTMENTS. &a...
Law Intelligence Supreme Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 6 June 1831
Law Intelligence Supreme Court. Monday May 30.—Before Mr. Justice Dowling, and the usual Commission. Thomas Cannon, and James Burke, were indicted for stealing some wearing apparel, the property of James Berry, and James Murphy, at Port Stephens, on the 5th April. Not guilty. The principal evidence in this case against the pri- soners, rested upon the statement of an informer, whose testimony the Jury did not give credit to. John Foley was indicted for stealing one heifer, the property of Patrick Long, at Bathurst, on the 5th March. The case broke down for want of witnesses, and the prisoner was discharged. Patrick Brown was indicted for cutting and stab- bing two calves, the property of James Sherrit, at Bathurst, on the 25th December, 1830, &nbsp; The second count laid the calves as the property of Sampson Stowell Ceeley. The third count charged the prisoner with cutting and stabbing one calf the property of Thomas Cum- mings. The prisoner endeavoured to set up, by way of ...
OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 13 June 1831
OUTWARDS. Mermaid, 10 tons, Doors, Hawkesbury, sun- dries ; Alice, 20 tons, Clavell, Illawarra, ballast ; Abeona, 23 tons, Wier, Newcastle, sundries ; Pandora, 27 tons, Brown, Newcastle, sundries ; Rover, 10 tons, Gray, Newcastle, ballast ; Nancy, 10 tons, Carbeys, Hawkesbury, sugar ; Hope, 24 tons, Brown, Illawarra, ballast ; Frederick, 13 tons, Rodgers, Newcastle, sundries ; Sally, 17 tons, Steele, Illawarra, sundries ; Mary Ann, 12 tons, Chrysty, Hawkesbury, sundries ; Bee, 14 tons, Dumigar, Illawarra, sundries ; Lord Li- verpool, 70 tons, Taggart, Newcastle, sundries ; Jane, 24 tons, Shoobert, Illawarra, sundries. Spirits and Tobacco. Stock on hand 28th instant, B. P. rum, 32,466 gallons ; brandy, 54,137 gallons ; gin, 18,290 gallons ; other spirits, 8,424$ gallons ; tobacco, 80,097lbs. Received during the werk, (Nil.) Delivered for home consumption, B. P. rum, 2,744 gallons ; brandy, 607 gallons ; gin, 365 gallons ; other spirits, 27½ gallons ; tobacco, 3,801 &nbsp; pou...
Coastwise from the 30th ult. to the 6th Instant, inclusive. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 13 June 1831
Coastwise from the 30th ult. to the 6th Instant, inclusive. INWARDS. Jane, 24 tons, Shoobert, Illawarra, cedar and maize ; Hope, 24 tons, Brown, Illawarra, cedar ; Nancy, 10 tons, Carboys, Hawkesbury, sundries ; Lord Liverpool, 70 tons, Taggart, Newcastle, &nbsp; sundries.
EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 30th ult. to the 6th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 13 June 1831
EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 30th ult. to the 6th Instant, inclusive. Kains (ship), 353 tons, GOODWIN master, for Launceston ; 25 horses, 322 pieces cedar, l8 cases 27 casks oranges, 2 casks lemons, 9 casks 3 cases 3 boxes cheese, 2 cases soap, 6 bales leather, 1 bale sheep skins, 2 cases starch, 4 bales slops, 2 cases haberdashery, 2 casks earth- enware, 3 casks linseed oil, 4 kegs paint, 1 case hardware, 3 hogsheads porter, 1 cask wine, 1 cask shrub, 19 chests tea, 50 mats sugar and stores. Waterloo (ship), 415 tons, ADDISON master, for Batavia, ballast and stores.
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, June 6, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 13 June 1831
Government Notice. &nbsp; Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, June 6, 1831. A SHED being required at the North side of the King's Wharf, consisting of about &nbsp; Twelve Squares, of Roofing and Shingling, Persons disposed to erect the same are invited to transmit their ltnders to this Office, at 12 o'clock, on Thurs- day, the 16th instant, endorsed "Tender for Building a Shed at the King's Wharf." Further particulars may be known on application at the Office ot the Director of Public Works, whose approval of the work will be necessary before pay- &nbsp; ment can be made. By Command of His Excellency the Governor, &nbsp; ALEXANDER McLEAY. &nbsp;