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OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 April 1831
fOUTWARDS. &nbsp; ?Australian, 12 tons,Wain, Hawkesbury, bal- &nbsp; last; Sully, 17 tons,Steele, Illawarra, flour, &c; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Abeona, 25 tons, Weir, Newcastle, ballast ; Char- lotte 19 tons, Brown, Illawarra, sundries ; Bec, 14 tons, Friend, Illawarra, sundries ; Glatton, 13 tons, Pickett, Newcastle, ballast ; Alice 19 tons, Clavell, Illawarra, ballast; Mermaid, 12 tons, Doors,; Hawkesbury, sundries ; Linnet, 10 tons, Barker, Brisbane Water, sundries ; Rover, 10 tons,'Murray, Broken Bay, ballast ; Nancy, &nbsp; 10 tons, Corbeys, Hawkesbury, ballast; Cale- donia, 26 tons, Griffin, Newcastle, sundries; Lambton, 62 tons, Corlette Port Stephens, sun- dries.
EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 11th to the 18th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 April 1831
EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 11th to the 18th Instant, inclusive. Janet Izat (brig), 220 tons, POE, master, for Liverpool; 632 bales of wool, 18 casks and 175 loose hides, 6896 treenails, 170 pieces blue gum, 1 box seeds, 3 boxes curiosities, and stores. &nbsp; Norval (brig), 294 tons, GOLDSMITH, master, for London ; 262 bales wool, 106 pieces cedar, 67 pieces blue gum, 15 casks and 200 loose hides, 112 casks sperm oil, 21 casks black oil, 3 casks 1 bale seal skins, 148 bales flax, 8 cwt. old copper, and stores. Henry (shooner), 33 tons, GRIFFITHS, master, for Launceston ; 74 packages whaling gear, 1 gig harness, 1 horse, 17 bags sugar, 10 &nbsp; packages tea, 1 case slops, 1 bale nankeens, 53 pieces cedar, 1700 treenails, 2 casks nails, 3 anvils, 3 vices, 550 lbs. copper, 500 lbs. nail iron rod, and stores. . Waterloo (schooner), 69 tons, GUARD, master, for New Zealand ; 25 half barrels pork, 60 tons of casks, 6 mats sugar, 2 chests tea, 3 &nbsp; casks ...
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 April 1831
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. "The Motherless Boy'-" must have a Muse for his guardian, we cannot admit him, &nbsp; "A Liberal" misunderstands us ; we meant the Office, not the Individual-he comprehends us now. "Sampson" like his prototype, must "Hold his Jaw'' or "Wait till his beard be grown." "A Farmer" is inserted, "We pause for a reply." We have inserted the letter of " Bacchus" on the vine. " . All Communications must be Post Paid. ______ &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
Coastwise, from the 11th to the 18th Instant, inclusive. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 April 1831
Coastwise, from the 11th to the 18th In- stant, inclusive. INWARDS. Mermaid, 12 tons, Doors, Hawkesbury, sun- dries ; Mary Ann, 12 tons, Christy, Hawkes- bury, sundries ; Glatton, 13 tons, Pickett, New castle, sundries; Nancy, 10 tons, Corbeys, Hawkesbury, maize and barley; Phoenix, 10 tons, Booth, Hawkesbury, sundries ; Lambton, 62 tons, Corlette, Port Stephens, sundries ; Linnet, 10 tons, Barker, Brisbane Water, sundries; Maid of the Mill, 14 tons, Mosman, Newcastle, sundries; Caledonia, 26 tons, Griffin, Newcastle, sundries; Redpole, 8 tons, Murray, Broken Bay, lime ; En- deavour, 13 tons, Reeves, Newcastle, sundries ; Fairy, 23 tons, Ive, Newcastle, coals; H ope, 24 tons, 'Brown, Newcastle, coals ; Jane, 24 tons, Shoobert, Illawarra, cedar.
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 April 1831
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. London-Sovereign, 328 tons, G. Bunn, agent &nbsp; 23d April. New Zealand-Sydney Packet, 83 tons, P. Cavenagh, agent, 20th April. Sandwich Islands-Denmark Hill, 252 tons, T. H. James, agent, 5th May. Hobart Town -Celia, 211 tons, Dawes, Gore, & Co. agents, this day. New Zealand-Samuel, 66 tons, Edward Byers, agent, 25th April. London &nbsp; Craigievar, 202 tons, George Bunn, agent, 25th April. South Seas-Lord Rodney, 165 tons, Edward Byers, agent, 5th May. New Zealand-Argo, 169 tons, Dawes, Gore, & Co. agents, 20th April ; Vittoria, 280 tous, Ed- ward Byers, agent, 20th April.
Original Correspondence. TO THE EDITORS OF THE "SYDNEY HERALD," On the Petition for a Duty on Wheat, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 April 1831
Original Correspondence. -*- TO THE EDITORS OF THE " SYDNEY HERALD," On the Petition for a Duty on Wheat, Sirs,-As I understand a Petition, with a number of Signatures, has been sent in to Government, praying that a duty might be imposed on foreign Wheat, I will esteem it a favour, if any of your Correspondents will state, for the information of the Public in the interior, the principles and terms of the petition, lt is, no doubt, a flattering circumstance to the settlers; but there are several things to be attended to, which will affect the community, and which I beg to state in a few words. I have no wish to enlist any one, on my side, but I think the measure ill-timed and injudicious. 1st-A duty will raise the price of wheat to all con- sumers, Government as well as the Public. 2nd-lt will not keep the market more steady than it now is, 3rd-lt will perhaps cause an additional duty on some article of luxury, to make up the extra ex- penditure of Government, and the reduced income ...
Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 April 1831
Weekly Meteorological Table. The WEATHER, and Variations of the THERMOME- TER, during the past Week, in Sydney, at 6 in the morning, at noon, and at 6 o'Clock in the evening. Mon. I Tues. Wed. Thur».I Friday Sat. 1 Sun. 6 a.m. 6 a. m. 6 a. m 6 a. m.6 a. m. 6 a. m.6 a. m. Rainy Rainy Rainy Rainy Rainy Rain Fine 02 6+ 04 Gt 65 6+ 62 SE NE N SE N NW W 12 noon 12 noon 12noon 12noon 12noon 12 noon 12 noon. :Fair Fair Rainy Rainy Rainy Fair Fine &nbsp; &nbsp; 70 70 70 70 69 71 72 NE N N NE N Calm NE -o- -o- -o- -o- -o- -o- -o 6 p. m. 6 p.m. 6 p. m. 6 p. m. 6 p. m. 6 p. m. 6 p. m. &nbsp; Cloudy Fair Fair Rainy Fair Fine Fine 66 68 68 68 69 66 68 NE NE NE M NW S NE Mean Temperature, 67. &nbsp; Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS, FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES, AND WILLIAM M'GARVIE, (Sole Proprietors.) REDMAN'S COURT, GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES.
Multum in Parvo. (Extracted from English Papers, to the 4th Dec.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 April 1831
Multum in Parvo. (Extracted from English Papers, to the 4th Dec.) A treaty of commerce between Turkey and the United States of North America was ratified, on 30th May. On the same day a fire took place in Constantinople, which destroyed 400 houses. Java has been restored to tranquillity. Negro, the leader of the rebellion has given himself up. A tailor at Malaga has in- vented a dress made of one piece, composed of cravat, waistcoat, trowsers, frock coat, and gaiters, it may be put on in one minute. He is to take out a patent, and if true, he deserves it. &nbsp; The centre arch of the new London bridge is 150 feet span, at Brionde over the Allier in France is one 180 feet, and one at Chester 200 feet, this is supposed to be the largest in the &nbsp; world. Army clubs are broken up; the 75th was the last kept up ; the parties have got back, &nbsp; their money advanced. The system hitherto, pursued of making Colonels supply clothing for their regiments, it is s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 April 1831
For Sale by Auction. The Sydney Estates of the late John Thomas Camp- bell, Esq. member of Council, &c. &c. &c. TWO MANSIONS, AND A COTTAGE WITH THREE STREET FRONTAGES. BY MR. BODENHAM, On the premises, at the corner of Macquarie, Hunter, and Philip-streets, on Friday, the 13th of May, at 12 o'clock precisely. MR. BODENHAM has the honor to notify, that in pursuance of instructions re- ceived by Mr. Manning, from the heir at law, of the late John Thomas Campbell, EST, Member of the Legislative Council, he will bring to the hammer the whole of the Town Properties of that gentleman, in lots suited to meet the views of officers, gentlemen, and capitalists. The order of sale will proceed as &nbsp; follows : Lot 1.-That capital Mansion, with garden, situate at the corner of Macquarie and Hunter streets, late in the occupation of Mr. Justice Stephen ; the house contains 9 rooms ; the out offices consist of an excel- lent four-stall stable, coach house, harne...
REMAINING IN THE HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 April 1831
REMAINING IN THE HARBOUR. SHIPS-Denmark Hill, Vittoria, Albion, Sovereign, Australian, Lady Harewood, Nelson, Kains, Warren, Hashmy, Jane, and York. BRIGS-Norval, Lord Rodney, Celia, Mary Elizabeth, Juno, Craigievar, Argo, Earl of Liverpool, Queen Charlotte, and Eliza- beth. SCHOONERS-Thistle, Sydney Packet, Sa- muel, Active, Caroline, New Zealander, Currency Lass and Schnapper. CUTTERS-Laetitia Bingham, Lord Liverpool, Fairy, Monitor, and Pandora.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 April 1831
TO THE PUBLIC. THE difficulty of establishing a News- paper is always great, but is much increased, when the attempt is made in a divided community, as is that of New South Wales, composed of individuals possessing such a variety of tastes, diversity of opinions, and extremes of character, and unquestiona- bly evincing talents of the first order, each of whom expects to be individually considered. The first Number of every New Publication, therefore, is generally looked for with much interest by all parties, and is considered as a specimen of the future. The severe eye of Criti- cism is dilated at the temerity of one newforCox. literary laurels; and scrntinizingly canvasses his pre- tensions, whilst he waits its decision with "Fear and &nbsp; trembling. Those who have passed this ordeal, and &nbsp; are possessors of the field jealously watch his move- ments, and; but too frequently throw obstacles in his way;- if he surmounts these, their rage is vented on hils produ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 April 1831
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, &nbsp; Sydney, per quarter 5 s.-Single Numbers 7d. &nbsp; Country, (postage included) 6s 3d p. quarter. &nbsp; r TERMS OF ADVERTISEMENTS. ? For Eight Lines and under, 2s Gd, and ld each L for every Line above Eight. Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, April 13, 1831. DEEDS OF GRANT. &nbsp; TITLE DEEDS, of the annexed Form, have been this day transmitted to the Surveyor General, for the undermentioned TOWN GRANTS, in order that, when duly recorded, they &nbsp; may be forwarded to the Collector of Internal Revenue, for the purpose of being delivered to the respective Parties, upon payment of the prescribed fees, and any arrears of-Quit-rent that may be due thereon ; viz. - SYDNEY. Saint Andrew's, 1. John Dickson, Ac. 15, ro. 3, p.4,.Fifteen Acres, three roods four perches, described in the Govern- ment Notice of the 8th of June, 1830. as section 1, allotment 1.-Deed dated 8th March, 1831. 2. James Blanc...
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, APRIL 25th, 1831. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 April 1831
The Sydney Herald» .. . .. MONDAY, APRIL 25th, 1831. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." In our first page will be found a Go- vernment Notice, of date April 18th, stat- ing that deeds for land, purchased from the Crown, are ready for delivery, at the office of the Collector of Internal Re- &nbsp; venue, where all previous demands must &nbsp; &nbsp; be paid; to.William Bradley, Thomas &nbsp; Bradley, Hugh Kelly and Robert Smith, all Windsor Road,or Baulkham Hills, for 1,000 acres each ; to Jonas Bradley, of the same place, for 2,000 acres; to George Hall of Pitt Town, for 3,000 &nbsp; &nbsp; acres and to Joseph Inch, for 600 acres. These lands were purchased in 1825, from Sir Thomas Brisbane, immediately pre- ceding the period when orders from Eng- land were issued to alter the mode and terms of disposing of Crown lands. Three years indulgence, without quit-rent, has &nbsp; been granted. The quit-rent now im- &nbsp; ...
Domestic Intellignce. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 April 1831
ElawäUt 3Ent&lt;rïtt3«ïce. The Hunters River packet, Lord Liverpool, has nt length been raised, after her second immersion ; she i* now litting up, and will shortly resume her usual trips.-The very flattering accounts latelv brought from the Isle of Fiance, as to the sale of Colonial salt provisions in that port, together with the increase of .whalers which consume a considcmhle quantity, has determined many of our large stockholders to nutt largely during the ensuing winter.- Che Sur ?pr'ue, steam boat, is expeclcd to commence plying lil the course of a fortnight, between Sydney and Pur ramatta.-Mr. Phillip Cavenagh has become the pur- chaser nf" the Sydney Pucket, which'he inteuds em- ploying in thc New Zealand trade. The.sum given for her was £l600.-The demand for casks for the whalers has ot" late been EO very considerable," 'that seventeen and eighteen shillings have been paid for an empty porter cask. Theie is a fine opening for some spirited individual to establish a ...
TO THE EDITORS OF THE "SYDNEY HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 25 April 1831
TO THE EDITORS OF THE " SYDNEY HERALD." &nbsp; Gentlemen,-Observing from the professions of the leading article of your first number of the Sydney Herald, that it will be amongst the objects of your paper to publish any hints that may be useful to the Agriculture of the Colony, you will oblige me by giv- ing publicity to the following remarks upon the cul- ture of the vine, if you think them worthy of inser- tion in your columns. The growth of grapes being an object of undoubted importance to the Colony, every discovery of the causes of the failure, disease, or better mode of cul- ture of the vine, affords a valuable accession of know- ledge ; and the individuals who publish their dis- coveries are entitled to the thanks of the community, and should be encouraged to proceed in their obser- vations. But whilst practical men should he solicited to benefit the public with the result of their expe- rience, they should be very cautious how they advance theories, which have not be...
Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 May 1831
Weekly Meteorological Table. The WEATHER, and Variations of the THERMOME- TER, during the past Week, in Sydney, at 6 in the morning, at noon, and at 6 o'Clock in the evening. Mon. 6 a.m. Fine 62 W -o 12 noon Sultry 71 W 6 p. m. Fine 68 Eby S Tues. 6 a. m. Fine 60 W ?n - li noon Sultry 80 c.i 1 in Wed. I Ihnrs.lFridayl Sat.* I Sun. G a. m 6 a. m.\6 a. m. Fine Rainy Rainy CO 60 59 W S -n- I -o 12 noonhziioon Sullry Fair 80 62 calm SSB 6 p. 7/i.lG p. m Fuir Fine 70 68 ESE I E by S Mean Temperature, 63 6 p. ni. 6 p. in 6 p. m Fair Rainy Rainy 61 59 58 SE SE SSE Rainy 59 Sti -o 12 noon. Rainy 6o ESE 6 p. m. Rainy 58 ESE Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS, FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES, AND WILLIAM McGARVIE, (Sole Proprietors ) REDMAN'S COURT, GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES.
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney April 15, 1831. FEMALE SERVANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 2 May 1831
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney April 15, 1831. FEMALE SERVANTS. ALL the assignable Female Convicts in the Earl of Liverpool, and the Parramatta &nbsp; Factory, having now been distributed, with the ex- ception of about Ninety, whose Children are too young to be separated from them, and upwards of Two Hundred Applications being still uncomplied &nbsp; with, such Persons as may be willing to receive a Servant, accompanied by a young Child, are requested &nbsp; to renew their applications accordingly. By Command of His Excellency the Governor, &nbsp; ALEXANDER McLEAY.