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Spirits and Tobacco. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 July 1831
Spirits and Tobacco. Stock on hand 2nd instant, B. P. rum, 34,030 gallons ; brandy, 40,646 gallons ; gin, 16,791½ gallons ; other spirits, 7,562¼ gallons ; tobacco, 64,132 pounds. Received during the week, B. P. rum, 3,010 gallons. Delivered for home consumption, B. P. rum, 4,374 gallons ; brandy, 852 gallons ; gin, 417½ gallons ; other Spirits, 125¼ gallons ; tobacco, 2,606 pounds. Delivered for exportation, b. P. rum, 430 gallons ; brandy, 8 gallons; gin 15½ gallons ; other spirits, 67 gallons ; tobacco 1,835 pounds. Stock on hand 9Th instant, B. P. rum, 32,236 gallons ; brandy, 45,784 gallons ; gin, 16,358 gallons ; other spirits, 7,370 gallons ; tobacco, 69,691 lbs. July 11, 1831. &nbsp;
OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 July 1831
OUTWARDS. Monitor, 20 tons, Ive, Newcastle, ballast ; Hope, 24 tons, Browne, Newcastle, ballast ; John, 8 tons, Twible, Hawkesbury, ballast ; Glatton, 12 tons, Pickett, Newcastle, ballast ; Redpole, 8 tons, Murray, Broken Bay, ballast ; Caledonia, 26 tons, Griffn, Newcastle, sundries ; Mary Ann, 7 tons, Collinson, Hawkesbury, sun- dries ; Lambton, 62 tons, Corlette, Pott Ste- phens, sundries ; Young Star, 12 tons, Moffatt, Hawkesbury, sundries ; Sophia Jane, 156 tons, Biddulph, Newcastle, sundries ; Betsy, 14 tons, Melville, Brisbane Water, ballast ; Abeona, 22 tons, Cooper, Newcastle, sundries. &nbsp;
Coastwise, from the 4th to the 11th Instant, inclusive. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 July 1831
Coastwise, from the 4th to the 11th Instant, inclusive. INWARDS. Redpole, 10 tons, Murray, Broken Bay, lime ; John, 8 tons, Twible, Hawkesbury, maize and wheat ; Mary Ann, 10 tons, Collinson, Hawkes- bury, maize and wheat ; Sophia Jane, 156 tons, Biddulph, Newcastle, sundries ; Betsy, 14 tons, Melville, Brisbane Water, sundries ; Alice, 20 tons, Claville, Brisbane Water, sundries ; Jane, 24 tons, Shoobert, Illawarra, sundries.
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 July 1831
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. In reply to the query of "A Subscriber" we have ascertained that the residence ot* the Coroner for Parramatta, Mr. LKWTHWAITE, is close to the Police Office of that town. "We have not forgotten " Valentia's" verse«, they shall appear, if possible, next week. AU letters must be post paid; persons persisting in sending unpaid letters, will be ' charged with the same in their account. We have received several communications, at various tirties, under feigned signatures, which ha» prevented their insertion ; we beg to in- form our correspondents, that we cannot at-' tend to anonymous writers, fearful of error ; but, at the same time, assure them, the trans- mission of their names, being for our security, and tr> authenticate the facts recorded, shall be a profound secret. "An Old Fanner" will receive attention next week. We think he is misinformed, but will make enquiry upon the subject The report of the Campbell Town Quarter Ses- sions will be presented to ...
EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 4th to the 11th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 July 1831
EXPORTS. &nbsp; Vessels cleared from the 4th to the 11th Instant, inclusive. Earl of Liverpool (brig), 229 tons, MANNING master, for Liverpool ; 185 logs, 12 planks tim- ber, 6320 treenails, 1343 hides, 339 bales wool, 194 bales flax, 237 horns, quantity of bones, 1 case curiosities. Nelson (barque), 248 tons, DAVID master, for the South Seas ; fishery stores. Admiral Gifford (schooner), 43 tons, MONCAR master, for New Zealand, 1 case muskets, 22 casks gunpowder, 1 case hardware, 1 bundle blankets, 1½ chest tea, 1 mat sugar, 1 cask flour, 6 bags bread, 2 casks beef, 4 cases brandy, 2 baskets tobacco.
MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 July 1831
MARKETS. About 350 bushels of WHEAT were brought to market this morning, more than one-half of which was from the New Country, and being fine and heavy, produced 6s. 9d. per bushel; a small portion was smutty, and went at a lower price. Some fine BARLEY and RYE were sold at 2s. 6d. per bushel. VEGETABLES were plen- tiful, without any material alteration in price. DAIRY PRODUCE still maintains its late high prices. POULTRY plentiful and cheap. Na- &nbsp; tural and artificial grass hays at the late quota- tions. Very little business was done in the cattle line, which appears dull at present. Flour has considerably advanced in price during the last week, which has had a corresponding effect upon bread.
Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 July 1831
Weekly Meteorological Table. The WI TER, imirni ATHEH, and Variations of the THEHMOME duriiig the past We-ek, in Sydney, at 6 in the ng, at noon, and nt C o'Clock in the evening Altin. G a. in Fine .IS W IS 7100« Mild 52 Calm -o G p. m. Fine 54 NE 1'iie-s. G a. m. Cool 42 W -n 12 noon ¡Stormy 52 . SW ii p. m Fine 50 \V Weil. [6 a. ni Cool 40 W -°~ 12 7(0071 Fine 50 W --u-" |ö p. in. Cool 52 Calm Thar». G a. in. Cool 40 W 12 nikm Cool 46 W |6 p. in. fine 47 SW Filling ¡(5 a. ni. Fine 42 WSW 12 tíoo.i IStorinv 50 SSW |Cp. m. Fine 48 SSE Mean T&lt;tnpenituie,48. Sut. ß a: m. Rainy 42 SW 12 rtoo» pWindy 52 SSE |fi p. in. Rainy 45 SSK
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 July 1831
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. SUN High Juli/ Calendar. I rises I rets I moi-;i I l8 I'M I Roheit Hooke b. 1G35 | 7 1 | 4 59 J 2 £0 | (.¡enige I V crowned, 11121. 7 I 4 59 w i Mai gut el. Piotessoi Y ' 1'l.iyt.nr d. 1819. William Lord Russell be-hended, lG81. 7 0 6 12 ¡ P Magdalen. Union ot Eng. and Scot. 170,6. 6 59 7 13 S j Gibi.iltir t.ikc». I7')t. I o' 5&lt;i | 5 i | H 10 S Hih aun a. Inn. sun j e-ut. Leo 33m. p 0 ino.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 July 1831
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Sydneyp.QuarterSs.—SingleNumbers7d. Country,(post.included) 6s3d p.Quarter. TERMS OF ADVERTISEMENTS For Eight Lines and under, 2s 6d, and 1d each, for all above ; for every insertion. Public Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, July 2, 1B31. THE undermentioned Persons have obtained Certificate of Freedom, during the last week, viz.— AGAMEMNON, Charles Mitchell ; ALMORAH 3, Mary Driscol ; ANN and AMELIA, Edward Sweeny ; ASIA 4, Edward Whelan ; Robert McNeil ; ASIA 5, James Wakelin, John Wakelin ; GRENADA 3, Isabella Beechey ; HERCULES 2, James Booth, Charles Godden ; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; HOOGHLEY 1, Daniel Shea, James Byrne, Cornelius Mulloney, Peter Higgins, Michael Seery ; ISABELLA 3, Thomas Hennessy ; LADY CASTLEREAGH, Francis Watson ; LARKINS 1, John Hunt, John Turner ; &nbsp; LONACH, James Martin ; MANGLES 3, James Leach ; MINERVA 5, George Hickman, James Buckley, John Jones : MORLEY 1, John McGloghlin, MORLEY 3, Sar...
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, July 1, 1831. TOWN ALLOTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 July 1831
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, July 1, 1831. TOWN ALLOTMENTS. THE undermentioned individuals having severally stated that the Town Allotments set &nbsp; opposite to their names are bona fide their Property, and now in their possession ;—Notice is hereby given, that unless written Caveats be lodged in this Office before the 18th of August next, Deeds of Grant will be then executed in favour of the said individuals accordingly, in lieu of the Parties in whose Names &nbsp; the said Allotments were originally described, viz.— &nbsp; &nbsp; SYDNEY. &nbsp; 1. John Terry Hughes, ac. 0, 1r, 4 p. One rood four perches, described as section 4, allotment the Government Notice of 18th May, 1831 in the name &nbsp; of John Fawell. &nbsp; 2. John Terry Hughes, ac. 0, 0 r. 13 p. Thirteen perches, described as section ?, Allotment 5 in the &nbsp; &nbsp; Government Notice of 18th May, 1831, in the name of...
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, July 6, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 July 1831
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, July 6, 1831. HIS Excellency the Governor has been pleased to approve of the following alte- &nbsp; rations in the Police of the Colony ; namely— SYDNEY. To be Constables. Middleton Knights, free, from the 1st ultimo. Neal Kteenan, per Prince Regent (2), from the 2d ultimo. Constables resigned. James Sperin and Joseph Blore. &nbsp; Constable dismissed. Michael Moore, for highly improper conduct. By His Excellency's Command, &nbsp; ALEXANDER McLEAY.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 July 1831
Impounding Advertisement. IMPOUNDED in the District of Pe- tersham, on the 29th of June, by WILLIAM MEREDITH, one strawberry Cow, drooped horns, &nbsp; with a slit in her left ear, branded on the near side not legible ; one brown sided Cow, white back and belly, with speckled face, branded on the near hip appearing to be N, and on the off side not legible ; one dark brindle Cow, branded TL on the near hip, on the off hip not legible ; one poll Cow, colour red, branded on the off hip JT ; one brown poll Cow, branded H on the off hip. If not claimed within twenty-one days from the above date, they will be sold to defray expenses.—(22s. 6d.] At the Cowpasture &nbsp; Bridge, in the County of Camden, on the 12th July, by REDMOND CONNOR, one red and white Cow, with a male Calf of the same description, neither of them branded. If not claimed on or before the 3rd of August next, they will be sold to defray expenses. &nbsp; [4s. 6d ]
TO THE EDITORS OF THE "SYDNEY HERALD.' [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 July 1831
TO THE EDITORS OF THE " SYDNEY HERALD.' Gentlemen,—I perceive in a John Bull for October, 1829, that a Dutch settlement had been made on the west coast of New Guinea, and that formal possession had been taken of a great part of the coast by the Dutch troops from Batavia. Can any of your readers oblige the public by giving some information regarding this settlement, and whether trade with it is permitted by the Dutch laws, and also the precise position of the settlement. It is little, if at all known, in this Country, although the statement in the John Bull is taken from a detailed account given in Dutch papers of the 30th September, 1829. Yours, &nbsp; PRO BONO PUBLICO. &nbsp;
TO THE EDITORS OF THE " SYDNEY HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 July 1831
TO THE EDITORS OF THE " SYDNEY HERALD." I shall avail myself of your independant paper, to convey, from time to time, a few facts, which may lead to the improvement of this part of the Colony, trusting it may meet the eyes of the public authorities, and draw their attention to this totally neglected Set- tlement. The first point I shall wish to draw their &nbsp; attention to, is the roads :— The road from Sydney to this district, although in a &nbsp; direct line not more than thirty-five miles from that place, now traverses a distance of seventy miles, the last twenty-five of which is through the bush, without even a tree fallen, or the least effort made to improve it, or lay it out. It is merely the stock road, used by the first persons that sent stock to this district. As this Settlement, from its local situation, and the great population for the space of ground it occupies, is exceeded by none in the Colony ; when, in addition, we take into view, its capabilities ...
TO THE EDITORS OF THE "SYDNEY HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 July 1831
TO THE EDITORS OF THE »SYDNEY HERALD." Gentlemen.—In No. 10, of your journal, you are very hard upon us poor settlers, for without any just &nbsp; cause, you censure "those indolent settlers that will not avail themselves of the present high prices," under &nbsp; the head of Markets, last column, last page. Now, allow me to inform you, if you are really uninformed on that head, that in this part of the Colony, (the Hawkesbury throughout), there is very little, scarcely any wheat to go to market, though our Government must think otherwise, for I cannot sup- pose that they are determined to crush the settler altogether, which their late acts are daily bringing to bear upon them. In February or March, last year, an order was issued, that all rations to men in Government employ should consist of half a pound ot wheaten meal, and one pound and a quarter of maize meal per day, until the following harvest, and earnestly entreated all settlers to adopt the same scale, which ...
TO THE EDITORS OF THE "SYDNEY HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 July 1831
TO THE EDITORS OF THE " SYDNEY HERALD." Gentlemen,—In one of the former numbers of your &nbsp; paper, you treated of Impounding Advertisements, &nbsp; and justly objected to the unfairness of the principle laid down by the Legislature of the Colony, on that &nbsp; subject. I wish to call your attention to the charges made on the public by the Sheriff of this Colony, for advertisements, &c. relating to individuals, who unfortunately fall under the jurisdiction of his office. I am aware, that it cannot be of the least import to that gentleman, as to what newspaper receives advertisements relative to his department ; but I maintain, that the parties suffering, have no right whatever to be compelled to pay one far- &nbsp; thing more for these advertisements, than would be charged them by other newspapers. This subject and that also of the Sheriff's fees, were brought for- ward in our Law Court some time since ; and a pro- mise was then made that t...
COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 4th to the 11th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 July 1831
COMMERCIAL NEWS. ——o—— Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 4th to the 11th In- stant, inclusive. July 5.—Britannia (brig), 190 tons, RAMSAY master, from Launceston, H. DONNISON agent ; 6000 bushels wheat, 1800 kangaroo skins, R. Campbell jun. & Co. ; 2200 bushels wheat, 372 opossum skins, R. C. Pritchett ; 6 puncheons rum, Australian Company ; 3 cases muskets, 3 casks wine, 1 case apples, R. Ramsay ; 66 bags wheat, 221 kangaroo skins, 2 boxes preserves, 1 bag potatoes, 20 bags oats, 12 casks colonial wine, Order. 8.—Farewell (schooner), 31 tons, McDONALD master, from Hobart Town ; cargo, sundries, intended for exportation. 9.—Caroline (schooner), 68 tons, ANGLIN mas- &nbsp; ter, from New Zealand, G. BUNN agent ; 29 tuns oil, 75 seal skins, G. Bunn. &nbsp;
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 July 1831
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. &nbsp; From Newcastle, on Sunday week, the cutter Lambton. From Newcastle, the same day, the &nbsp; cutter Lord Liverpool, and the schooner Schnap- per. From Hobart Town, on Tuesday last, the barque Duckenfield, Captain Riddell, with mer- chandize. Passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Cookney, and Mr. Cheeseman. From Newcastle, the same day, the steamer Sophia Jane. From New Zea- land, and Port Stephens, on Friday, having left the former place the 11th June, the schooner Prince of Denmark, Captain Jack. Lading, flax, skins, and spars. From Newcastle, the same day, the schooner Caledonia. From the Cape of Good Hope, on Saturday, the brig Amity, with wine, &c. DEPARTURES. For Liverpool, on Sunday week, the brig Earl of Liverpool. For the sperm fishery, on Wed- nesday last, the ship Hashmy, and the barque Nelson. For Newcastle, on Friday night, the steamer Sophia Jane. REMAINING IN THE HARBOUR SHIPS—H. M. S. Comet, Eamont, Australian, York, ...
Australian Price Currant. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 18 July 1831
Australian Price Currant. Including last Thursday's Market ( Sterling) Prices. Ale, English— Hhd. £4 a £6 do. doz, 12 s a 14 s Colonial—Hhd. 60 a 80 do. doz, 6 a 8 Beer, Eng. —Hhd. £4 a £6 &nbsp; do gal, 4s a 6s Colonial—Hhd. 45 a 55 do. gal. 2 a 0 Biscuit.....per cwt. 14 a 16 Blankets, Col.p. pr. 16 a 30 &nbsp; Blue........lb. 2 a 00 Bread, 2lb. loaf, 4d a 0s4½d Butter, fresh....1s6 a 2 0 salt........1 0 a 1 3 Candles, Mlds.lb.o 9 a 0 00 Dips... 0 5 a 0 6 Cattle—Bullocks ea.45s a 60s Working do. 60 a 80 Cows,.... " 30 a 40 &nbsp; do. in Milk " 40 a 60 Calves,...." 6 a 8 Sheep,.... " 4 a 5 Pigs,.... 7 a 10 do. roasting, 4 a 00 Cheese, Eng.lb.1s9d a 0s0d Col. " 07 a 0 9 Cloth,Parramatta &nbsp; per yard,.... 1 8 a 0 0 Do. Broad do. 3 4 a 0 0 Coffee grnd. lb. 1 6 a 0 0 Eggs, per doz. 10d a 1 0 Flax, NewZea.ton, £18 a £20 &nbsp; &nbsp; Flour, 100lbs. fine 2nds &nbsp; Barker,....20s0d—17 s 0d Cooper, ....00 0 00- 0 DarlingMill.14 6 ...