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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, June 17, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 20 June 1831
Government Notice, Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, June 17, 1831. IT being intended to erect Barracks, .Stabling, and Officers' Quarters for the Mounted Police, at Jerry's Plains, and to fence in two Acres of Land for a Garden, as also four Paddocks of thirty Acres each. Persons disposed to undertake the Work are invited to transmit Tenders to this Office, at Twelve &nbsp; o'clock on Thursday, the Fourteenth of July next en dorsed '. Tender for Barrack, at Jerry's Plains. &nbsp; Security will be required for the due performance of The Work to the satisfaction of a Board, to be appointed to survey the same ; and the Tender must specify the Names of two Persons willing to enter into a Bond with the Contractor for the completion of the Build- ings etc. within a reasonable time. &nbsp; A Plan and Specification may be seen on application at the Office of Public Works, Svdney, where any further information may also be obtained. By Command of His Excellency the...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 20 June 1831
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. From New Zealand, yesterday week, whence she sailed on the 28th ultimo, the schooner Wa- terloo, Captain Brady, with 3 tons of black oil, the produce of one whale. DEPARTURES. For the sperm fishery, on yesterday week, the barque Albion, Captain Evans ; same day, for London direct, the ship Lady Harewood, Captain Stonehouse, with a cargo of Colonial produce. Passengers, W. J. Browne, Esquire, and Mrs. Browne; Dr. McTernan, R. N, Mrs. McTernan, &nbsp; &nbsp; and domestic; and Alexander McLeod, Esq. For New Zealand, on Monday last, the brig &nbsp; Fame. For New Zealand, on Wednesday last, the schooner Active. For Port Stephens, on &nbsp; Thursday last, the cutter Lambton. For Norfolk Island, on Friday last, the schooner Isabella. &nbsp; For Newcastle, yesterday, the Sophia Jane. &nbsp; REMAINING IN THE HARBOUR, SHIPS—H. M. S. Comet, Eamont, Albion, Austra- lian, Waterloo, Nelson, Hashmy, Jane, York, Louisa...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 20 June 1831
DIED.—On the 15th instant, at his residence, Pitt- &nbsp; street, John Mellor, Esq., of the firm of Robert Campbell, jun. & Co. MARRIAGES.—On the 9th inst. by special licence at St. Philip's, by the Rev. W. Cowper. Captain J. H. La cey, of Launceston, to Miss Amelia Bunn, of Sydney. On Tuesday morning last, by special licence, by the Rev. W. Cowper, Joseph Thompson, Esq. of Colne House Prince-street, to Mrs. Catherine Dean. ————— &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS, AND FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES, (Sole Proprietors.) REDMAN'S COURT, GEORGE STREET,SYDNEY NEW SOUTH WALES.
Spirits and Tobacco. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 June 1831
Spirits and Tobacco. Stock on hand 11th instant, B. P. rum, 29,536 gallons ; brandy, 50,754 gallons ; gin, 17,812 gallons; other spirits, 7,926¾ gallons ; tobacco, 72,6131bs. Received during the week, B. P. rum, 346 gallons ; tobacco, 192 pounds. Delivered for home consumption, B. P. rum, 3,876 gallons ; brandy, 447 gallons ; gin, 75 gallons ; other spirits, 2¼ gallons ; tobacco, 903 pounds. Delivered for exportation, B. P. rum, 117 gallons ; brandy, 750 gallons ; gin, 5¼ gallons ; tobacco, 954 pounds. Stock on hand 4th instant, B. P. rum, 25,889 gallons ; brandy, 49,557 gallons ; gin, 17,731¾ gallons ; other spirits, 7,921 ½ gallons ; tobacco, 70,143 pounds. June 20, 1831.
OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 June 1831
OUTWARDS. Rover, 10 tons, Gray, Newcastle, sundries ; Red Rover, 8 tons, Melville, Newcastle, ballast ; Mary Anne, 7 tons, Collinson, Hawkesbury, sun- dries ; Monitor, 20 tons, Ive, Newcastle, ballast ; Admiral Gifford, 43 tons, Taggart, Newcastle, ballast ; Betsey, 14 tons, Meadows, Brisbane Water, ballast ; Lambton, 62 tons, Corlette, Port Stephens, sundries ; Hope, 24 tons, Browne, Newcastle, ballast ; Maid of the Mill, 14 tons Mossman, Newcastle, sundries ; Snapper, 51 tons, Leddell, Newcastle, sundries ; Glatton, 13 tons, Pickett, Newcastle, ballast ; Emma, 19 tons, Mulhall, Newcastle, ballast ; Emma Kemp, 37 tons, Skelton, Newcastle, ballast ; Sophia Jane, 156 tons, Biddulph, Newcastle, sundries.
Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 June 1831
Weekly Meteorological Table« The WEATHER, and Variations of the THERMOME TER, during Hie past Week, in Sydney, at 6 .in the morning, at noon, and at 6 o'Clock in the evening. Wed. 6 a. in cool 47 SW -o It noon Fine 55 W -o 6 p. tn Fine 55 calm Thura, 0 ». m Fine 44 WbyS lSitoon Fine 56 W --o 6 p. m¿ cloudy 56 WSW Friday 6 a. m. Fine 48 W 12 noon Fine 55 W 6 p. m. Fine 54 Calm Mean Tempeiatnie, 53 Sal. ñ a. tn Fine 48 W by S -el- ls' noon Fine 57 SW -o 6 p. tn. Fine 54 ii
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 June 1831
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. June Calendar. 27 I M | Cairo taken. I SOI. SUN High Tide. rites I sett I morn I eren [7 8 | 4 52 I 10 5 I 10 25 28 -p I Bonaparte invested | l.euhurn. 1796. 7 8 4 52 10 45 11 0 C9 ! W | St Filer |7 8 4 .->8 | 11 lo | II « Mh4viÄ",«.i.ü,,UB,lT B|452I,156I° ° July iuiy , u I I F j Battle of Boyne IfiOO. | 7 7 | 4 53 | 0 gc | 4 &lt;0 « « Uin&A b%&* I7 7|4M '» 2M MS|uhS^testt,C:lm6ly17 »|4«|«»|3 6 Last quarter, 3d day, 45 minutes past 9 in the morning.
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, June 20, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 June 1831
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, June 20, 1831. THE Government being desirous of entering into Contracts, in future, for all such &nbsp; Works as have hitherto been performed by the De- partment of Public Works, His Excellency the Go- vernor has been pleased to direct, that Notice to this Effect be published, in order that Persons who may be disposed to enter into Contracts at the several Stations may be apprised accordingly. The Works intended to be performed by Contract will be advertised when required, and will consist of Buildings, Repairs, Drays, Carts, Implements and Tools. Contractors will be required to give security for completing their Work within a certain period. Persons wishing to obtain more particular informa- tion on this subject are requested to apply at this Office. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER McLEAY
Government Order. THE Right Honourable the Lords Commissoners of His Majesty's Treasury having directed the adoption of an abridged system of Cash Accounts in the Commissariat Department, His [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 June 1831
Government Order. (No. 16.) Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, June 20, 1831, THE Right Honourable the Lords Commissoners of His Majesty's Treasury having &nbsp; directed the adoption of an abridged system of Cash Accounts in the Commissariat Department, His Excel- lency the Governor has been pleased to order that all Abstracts and Accounts to be paid out of the Military Chest shall, from the 1st day of next Month, be fur- nished to the Commissariat in duplicate, instead of being furnished in triplicate, as at present ; and His Ex- cellency directs, that the Officers of the several De- partments undermentioned shall prepare their Ab- stracts and Accounts accordingly ; viz.— The Convict Establishments, Carters' Barracks, Female Factory, Penal and Out Settlements, The Medical Department. Government Farming and Stock Establishments, Gaols and Hulk, Dock yard and Marine, The Police, The Barrack Department. &nbsp; By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER McLEAY.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 June 1831
Impounding Advertisement. IMPOUNDED, at Kissing Point, by Bryan Devlin, on the 15th June, one light red Cow, apparently in Calf, branded on the off hip D F, two hind feet white, and a spot of white on her near flank ; one aged dark brindle Cow, branded on the oft hip WS, on the near hip AW, there is another brand on the off thigh not legible.—9s. At the Filteen-mile stone, on the Liverpool Road, by Marlin Readdy, on the 13th June, a BAY FILLY, between two and three years old, dark mane and feet, with long tail, brand on the offside of the neck not legible.—1s 6d. If the above are not released within twenty-one days from their respective dates, they will be sold to defray expences. THE advantages of ADVERTISING IN THE SYDNEY HERALD, Must be evident to the Public, when they are informed that it has upwards of (860) EIGHT HUNDRED AND SIXTY SUBSCRIBERS ! WHICH IS Considerably more than any other SYDNEY JOURNAL ! ! AND THE Prices for the Paper & Advertisements' ARE THE LOWEST IN ...
Vessels entered outwards from the 13th to the 20th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 June 1831
Vessels entered outwards from the 13th to the 20th Instant, inclusive. June 14.—Waterloo, 69 tons, R. Campbell, jun. & Co. agents, New Zealand ; 15.—Jane, 221 tons, A. Mossman agent, New Zealand ; Resolution, 60 tons, Edward Byers agent, Laun- ceston ; 16.—Funchall, 189 tons, Lamb & Co. agents, New Zealand.
COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 13th to the 20th Instant, inclusive. (Nil.) EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 13th to the 20 th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 June 1831
COMMERCIAL NEWS. ——o—— Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 13th to the 20th In- stant, inclusive. (Nil.) EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 13th to the 20th &nbsp; Instant, inclusive. &nbsp; Active (schooner), 105 tons, WRIGHT master, for New Zealand, 20 bags sugar, 8 bags rice, 13 chests tea, 3 casks, 2 cases wine, 1 box raisins, 1 pipe, 1 hogshead brandy. 11 kegs tobacco, 1 case gin, 84 sheets copper, 1 cask whitening, 8 kegs white lead, 2 kegs black lead, 6 casks nails, 48 packages ironmongery, 600 iron pots, 36 bars iron, 240 axes, 4 hogsheads porter, 2 hogsheads ale, 3 kegs vinegar, 1 barrel saltpetre, 1 case slates, 1 case earthenware, 1 case turnery, 6 chains, 1 coil rope, 1 case toys, 1 case gro- ceries, 5 casks slops, 6 bales of blankets, 9 cases apparel and shoes, 12 bundles cloth, 1 cask sta- tionery, 1 bundle of leather, 1 bundle corks, 4 cases tobacco pipes, 1 case cheese, 1 case,...
MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 June 1831
MARKETS. WHEAT was more plentiful than last week, at a rise in price, being from 5s. 6d. to 7s. MAIZE was plentiful, and in demand. Some fine samples of BARLEY and OATS were ex- hibited, but very dull of sale. VEGETABLES, with the exceptance of cabbage, were plentiful, and but little variation in price. DAIRY PRO- DUCE still maintains its high quotations, owing, it is now supposed, to forestallers, who pur- chase it previous to its coming into Sydney. POULTRY not so plentiful as last week, but firm. Although the roads have considerably im- proved during the last fine weather, it appears to have no influence on market produce. To comply with the desire of a number of our subscribers, we purpose next week to give a fuller Price Current, to contain the highest and lowest prices of the running articles. A press of other matter this week, compels us to &nbsp; give merely the prices of such articles as have experienced a fluctuation since our last publica- tion, the others remain ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 June 1831
MARRIED.—On Tuesday, the 21st instant, at St. James' Church, by the Rev. R. Hill, Robert Ackroyd, Esq. D. A. C. G., to Helen Teresa, eldest daughter of John James, Esq. of Sydney. DEATH.—On Friday week, at the residence of Mr. George Bloodsworth, Sussex-street, after a lingering illness Mr. Francis Cox, at the advanced age of 86 years, an old and much respected inhabitant of this Colony. Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS. AND FRliDERICK MICHAEL STOKES, (Sole Proprietors.) &nbsp; REDMAN'S COURT, GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY NEW SOUTH WALES.
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 June 1831
Shipping Intelligence. &nbsp; ARRIVALS. From Newcastle, on Tuesday last the schooner Admiral Gifford. From Newcastle, on Wednes- day last, the steamer Sophia Jane. From New Zealand, on Thursday last, the schooner Madeira Packet, with 11 tons of flax, and 150 seal skins. From London, via Hobart Town, on Friday last, having left the latter port on the 18th instant, the ship Renown, with merchandize. Passen- gers, T. Kinchela, Esq. H. M. Attorney General of New South Wales ; Messrs. Woodward, Wad- dle, Parker, Rand, Brennand, Johnson, Mac- kenzie, Chambers, Cameron, and Johnson ; Mary Buckley, & 2 children. Yesterday, the Eleanor, Captain Cook, from Portsmouth, the 19th Feb. with male prisoners, same day, the Dart, from Hobart Town. DEPARTURES. For Newcastle, on Tuesday last, the cutter Lord Liverpool. For New Zealand, on Monday last, the schooner Waterloo. For Newcastle, on Saturday night, the steamer Sophia Jane. REMAINING IN THE HARBOUR. SHIPS—H. M. S. Comet, Eamont,...
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 June 1831
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. Hobart Town.—Bee, 176 tons, Edward Byers agent, 20th June ; Liverpool—Earl of Liverpool, &nbsp; 229 tons, Lamb & Co. agents, 7th July ; Laun- ceston.— Waterloo, 416 tons, Lamb & Co. agents, 30th June ; Resolution, 60 tons, Edward Byers agent, 22d June ; New Zealand.—Funchall, 189 tons, Lamb & Co. agents, 4th July ; Jane, 221 tons, A. Mossman agent, 23d June. Coastwise, from the 13th to the 20th In- stant, inclusive. INWARDS. Lord Liverpool, 70 tons, Taggart, Newcastle, sundries ; Lambton, 62 tons, Collette, Port Ste- phens, sundries ; Red Rover, 8 tons, Melville, Newcastle, coals ; Admiral Gifford, 43 tons, Taggart, Newcastle, coals ; Betsey, 12 tons, Maddox, Brisbane Water, sundries ; Rover, 10 tons, Gray, Newcastle, coals ; Redpole, 8 tons, Mulray, Brisbane Water, lime; Rambler, 12 tons, McKay, Port Macquarie, sundries ; Emma, 19 tons, Mulhall, Newcastle, sundries ; Monitor, 20 tons, Ive, Newcastle, coals ; Alice, 19 tons, Clat...
Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 June 1831
Domestic Intelligence. The week before last, the Frederick cutter, &nbsp; Rodgers, master, sailed for Newcastle, laden with sundries, and during a heavy gale of wind, went on shore some distance this side of New- castle, near Read's Mistake, and every soul perished. Among the passengers were a Mr. Voss and his brother, who had taken a licensed house at Newcastle, and were proceeding there with property to a considerable amount. The amount of property on board was about £500, of which only £60 has been recovered. The body of the captain was found and buried by Mr. Cape's men. Part of the wreck has been saved. —Last week the following daring attempt was made to escape from the Sydney gaol :— A number of prisoners who were confined &nbsp; in a room which was formerly appropriated for debtors, obtained through a grating which was fixed in the outer wall of the room, about three feet of an iron jumper, (an instrument used by quarrymen to make mines), with which they went ...
Omniana. (Extracted from English Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 June 1831
Omniana. (Extracted from English Papers.) MILITARY REWARD FOR COURAGE.—It may &nbsp; be recollected that on the 8th Nov., a band of rogues and vagabonds proceeded from the Rotunda in the Blackfriars Road, to the west end of the town for the purpose of rioting. They began to make an attack upon the Foreign Office in Downing-street, when Jo- seph Jackson, the sentry on duty, a private in the 3d Battalion of the 1st Regt. of Grenadier Guards, boldly stood forward alone to defend his post against a mob of above 2000. A number of whom were armed with bludgeons. The firmness and presence of mind of the soldier quickly damped the ardour of the mob, and their valour oozed away in an instant. The whole gang immediately commenced a retreat, and were driven out of Downing-street by Joseph Jackson him- self. On the circumstances being mentioned lo Lord Hill, he immediately wrote a letter to Colonel Woodford, &nbsp; speaking in the highest praise of Jackson's conduct, and in two ...
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, JUNE 27th, 1831. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 27 June 1831
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, JUNE 27th, 1831. ———o——— "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." Reform and retrenchment having in- sensibly crept into all departments of the state, at home and abroad, we, the colo- nists of New South Wales, may naturally expect a speedy visitation of their re- sults, in this our adopted country. Whe- ther we are indebted to the British ministry, or to colonial agency, for their operations, we cannot look upon them with a careless eye, or remain in- sensible to their consequences. Some symptoms of improvement have already been manifested, whether arising from ministerial suggestions, or excited by colonial compunctions, we are not at liberty to enquire ; but from whatever quarter they come, we are in duty bound to be grateful for every favour we re- &nbsp; ceive, and to cherish the boon when it is in our reach. Such concessions imply &nbsp; the excellence of the principles from which they emanated ; and guarantee the granting of future fav...