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LAW INTELLIGENCE. Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 1 August 1831
LAW INTELLIGENCE. Quarter Sessions. Monday, July 25.—Before Mr. Foster, Chairman, and Mr. Sempill, J. P., with the usual Commission. John Jobbins was indicted for an assault upon R. Neagle, a constable, in the execution of his office. The second count charged him with a common assault. Guilty on the second count. Fined 40s. William Foley was indicted for stealing a silk pocket handkerchief, the properly of —— Cohen. Not guilty. Discharged. Ellen Sullivan and Honora Casey, were jointly in- dicted for stealing some ribbon from the shop of Mr. Beard. Guilty. Remanded. Jabea Henly and Mary Whitfield, were indicted for an assault upon Mary Redman, at Sydney. Both the defendants were found guilty. John Peter Neale was indicted for an assault upon Mr. Clement Gould, at Sydney, on the 11th June. The prisoner was found guilty, and as the case appeared to be of a very aggravated description, he was sentenced to pay a fine of £10 to the King, and to be imprisoned until paid. Mary Whitfield and...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 1 August 1831
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Sydney,p.Quarter5s.—SingleNumbers7d. Country,(post.included) 6s3d p.Quarter. TERMS OF ADVERTISEMENTS. For Eight Lines and wider, 2s 6d, and 1d each, for all above ; for every insertion &nbsp; Public Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, July 25, 1831 THE undermentioned Female Prisoners of the Crown have obtained Tickets of Leave, in compliance with the Regulations of 17th March, 1829. for good conduct in the situations respectively stated, viz :— County of Cumberland. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; PARRAMATTA—Condon Mary, the wife of John, Princess Charlotte, in service ; Jenkins Susannah, Princess Charlotte, in service ; Kelly Elizabeth, Elizabeth (4), in service ; Smith Sarah, Grenada 4, in service ; Welch Jane, the wife of Maurice, Com- petitor (2), in service. SYDNEY— Armstrong Eliza, Edward 1, in service ; Bolds Mary, ditto, ditto ; Broderick Ellen or Byrne, ditto, ditto ; Eagar Ann or Carroll, ditto, ditto ; Irwin Margaret, d...
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, July 29, 1831. TWENTY POUNDS REWARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 1 August 1831
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, July 29, 1831. TWENTY POUNDS REWARD. HIS Excellency the Governor, for the better apprehending and bringing to justice &nbsp; the Person or Persons guilty of the recent MURDER of the Constable WATERWORTH, near Pennant Hills, has been pleased to order that a Reward of TWENTY POUNDS shall be given to any Person (except the Party who actually committed the said Murder) who shall give such information as may lead to the Con- &nbsp; viction of the Offender or Offenders ; and that, if any such Person shall be accessary to, but not immediately concerned in the transaction, he shall receive a PAR- DON for the Offence. By Command of His Excellency the Governor, ALEXANDER McLEAY.
TO THE EDITORS OF THE "SYDNEY HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 1 August 1831
TO THE EDITORS OF THE " SYDNEY HERALD." &nbsp; Gentlemen,—I observe in the "Gazette'' for the 21st July, a letter in reply to one inserted in the previous publication, respecting Mr. Cape, which that gentle man finds fault with. As I have often made use of the same signature in your very sensible and widely ex- tended Journal, you will do me a favour, by stating, as I now do, that the Agrícola referred to, is a different person from yours &nbsp; AGRICOLA. SIR ABRAHAM BRADLY KING, KING'S STA- tioner, &c. Ireland.—This person demanded £25,000 for the surrender of his patent, which was agreed to by Lord Leveson Gower ; however, luckily for the British public, the dissolution of the Wellington administra- tion delayed the payment ; and, on the present ministry coming into office, the new Secretary of the Treasury referred the claim to the law officers, who have decided that Sir A. B. King has no right what- ever to any remuneration. It is not only Sir A. B. King,...
Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 1 August 1831
Domestic Intelligence. ——o—— THE MOUNTED POLICE.—The settlers and others in the neighbourhood of Hunter's River are much obliged for the stationing of the mounted police in that district ; it has been the means of almost entirely putting a stop to bushranging, and reduced the number of constables nearly two thirds ; a short time since two prisoners of the crown, witnesses relative to the murder of Mr. J. McIntyre, took the bush, with the intention, it was supposed, of not giving evidence on the trial ; a party of the mounted police were des- patched in pursuit, and in a very short time the runaways were captured, and received 150 lashes each for their frolic, and have been sent up to Sydney for better security.—We should ima- gine the settlers will find the Colonial Produce Warehouse very convenient, as they will be enabled to dispose of their produce on other days beside market days.—Mr. Cooper's steam en- gine, has been fitted up at an enormous ex- pense for grinding wheat, and wi...
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, August 2, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 8 August 1831
Government Notice Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, August 2,1831. SOME alterations being necessary at the Tower at Botany Bay, and a Skilling of 14 feet by 10 for Boatmen being also required, adjoining thereto, Persons disposed to contract for the per- formance of this Work, are invited to transmit their offers, in writing, to this Office, at Twelve o'Clock, on Thursday, the 25th of this Month, endorsed "Tender for Alterations to the Tower at Botany ." Security will be required for the execution of the work within a reasonable time, to the satistaction of a Board, or an Officer of the Department of Public Works. Further particulars may be obtained on application to the Director ot Public Works By Command of His Excellency the Governor, ALEXANDER MCLEAY.
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 8 August 1831
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. "We will insert " My neglected Violin," if the author will consent to the omission of the last verse, which is irrelevant to the subject. " Valentia" is under consideration. Our correspondent at Parramatta is offended without cause, for the non-insertion of his letter. We cannot contribute to the amusement of one person, at the expense of wounding the feelings of another. Several communications are unavoidably post- poned, but will be inserted as opportunities present themselves.
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 8 August 1831
DIARY. ' Memoranda for the present Week.' SUN High Tide. August Calendar. I ? wes I sets I morn I even 0 | M | G. Canning d. 1827 | 6 44 | 5 16 | 8 20 | 8 54 HTl.üÄ;sV83n-t'ele4Vl643l5,7l H 937 " w|wticir,hXndfl7e(g.l|&lt;>4al518l40 °I102Q X1 t r j_ I ti 41 I ^ 19 ) io M5 | 10 l8 12 | F | K. George IV. d. 1702 | b 40 | 5 2u | U 11 | 11 27 1J | S | Lavoisier 1). 1743 | b 39 | 6 21 t 11 45 | 0 O 14 I S I Uth 5. after Trinity | 6 38 | 5 22 j O IO | 0 36 New Moon, this day, 8 min. past 8 morning.
MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 8 August 1831
MARKETS. The price of wheat remains firm, the cargoes from Launceston, per Resolution and Prince Re- gent, having had no effect upon it, 5s. 7d. to 7s. 3d. per bushel, was demanded, and obtained for it. The demand for MAIZE was limited at our last quotations. BARLEY & RYE but a few samples, and but little enquired for. OATS nominal. DAIRY PRODUCE a shade higher, which is stated by the settlers, to be caused for want of pasturage, it being so dried up, that the cattle can obtain but scanty feed. POUL- TRY is higher. VEGETABLES, and the Fruits in season, are in demand, but with scarcely any alteration in price. Horned Cattle are still very low, fine beef may be obtained at three farthings per lb., per quarter. In Sheep there is no alteration. Pigs maintain their last prices. In Horses, there have been but few sales.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 8 August 1831
Public Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, July 25, 1B31. THE Tickets of Leave granted to the following Persons have been cancelled, for the reasons set against their names : — Elizabeth (4), Anstatia Kelly, for living in a state of adultery. Ocean (2), James Gregory, for absence from his dis- trict, and being an accomplice in cattle stealing Shipley (3), William Harbourne, for being drunk in Church during Divine Service. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; By Command of His Excellency the Governor. ALEXANDER McLEAY.
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, August 1, 1831. LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 8 August 1831
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, August 1,1831. LEASES. WITH a view to carry into effect &nbsp; the Regulations for Renting Crown Lands, published in the Government Order of this date, No. 22, His Excellency the Governor desires it to be notified, that all Monthly Leases now held under the " Regulations of 16th October, 1828, will cease and determine on the 31st day of this present month of August ; and all Grazing or Half-yearly Leases held under the Regulations of 29th August, 1B26, on the 31st January, 1832 ; and all parties concerned will be pleased to take notice accordingly. 2.—After the expiration of the before-mentioned periods, these Lands will become open to purchase and lease, according to the new Regulations specified in the above-mentioned of this date, No. 22. By Command of His Excellency the Governor, ALEXANDER McLEAY.
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, August 1, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 8 August 1831
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, August 1, 1831. HlS Excellency the Governor having taken into consideration, in Council, the cases of individuals who have been allowed, awaiting the &nbsp; decision of His Majesty's Government, to rent Land with a view to purchase, the following has been laid &nbsp; down as the rule to be observed in this respect :— 1.— They will be permitted to retain such portion of the Land, rented as above, as they may wish to pur- chase (the quantity not being less than one square mile), at the minimum value of five shillings per acre, fixed by His Majesty's Government. 2.—The parties are requested to notify to the Surveyor &nbsp; General, with as little delay as possible, the precise boundaries of the Land they are desirous to retain for purchase, in order that he may point out whether the selection is conformable to the established rules in this respect. 3.—Persons who shall not have notified their selection to t...
Government Notice. Colonial Sectetary's Office, Sydney, August 3, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 8 August 1831
Government Notice. Colonial Sectetarv's Office, Sydney, August 3, 1831. HIS Excellency the Governor has &nbsp; been pleased to approve of the following al- &nbsp; terations in the Police of the Colony ; namely — SYDNEY. &nbsp; To be Constables. John Mulleady, per Dorothy, from the 1st ultimo. Peter Butler, per Earl St. Vincent, from the 1st ultimo. Thomas Weaver, came free, from the 4th ultimo. John Guider, per Chapman, from the 9th ultimo. John Lovet, per Isabella (I), from the 9th ultimo. Constable Dismissed Edward Moriarty, for drunkenness and neglect of duty. By His Excellency's Command, &nbsp; ALEXANDER McLEAY.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 8 August 1831
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, SYDNEY, JULY 29, 1831. &nbsp; TENDERS will be received at this Office, on Saturday, the 20th of August next, from Persons desirous of supplying the following Es- &nbsp; tablishments at Parramatta and Bathurst with Fresh Beef, and at Emu Plains with Fresh Beef and Mutton, from the 1st of September to the 31st of December, 1831. PARRAMATTA.—Fresh Beef for His Majesty's Troops, the Hospital, Gaol, Female Factory, Prisoners in and out of Barracks. BATHURST.—Fresh Beef for His Majesty's Troops, the Hospital, Gaol, Prisoners in and out of Bar- racks. EMU PLAINS.—Fresh Beef for His Majesty's Troops, Prisoners in and out of Barracks, Gaol Penrith. Fresh Mutton for His Majesty's Troops. The Conditions the same as those contained in the Commissariat Advertisement, dated 27th of October last, and published in the "Sydney Gazette" of the month of November. JAMES LAIDLEY, Dep.Com Cen.
Van Diemen's Land News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 8 August 1831
Van Diemen's Land News. By the late arrivals we have received Van Diemen's Land papers to the 23d July, and sub- mit the following extracts :— HOBART TOWN.—We are happy to be enabled to state, that by the judicious stationing of the mi- litary at the most exposed parts of the interior, the in- cursions of the aborigines have been so completely repelled, as that the settlers now consider themselves to possess entire protection. The conduct of the 63d Regiment is spoken of with the greatest commenda- tion, and is highly creditable to that fine regiment. The principle now adopted by the local Govern- ment, is, in our view of the subject, the true one &nbsp; It is strictly defensive. We have a right to this, and to the whole of this, but no more : and we are in sanguine hopes that by a steady perseverance therein, the great object of a friendly intercourse may be finally established. It is highly gratifying, however, to know that the whole of the most exposed of the settled fron...
Police Incidents. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 8 August 1831
Police Incidents. Monday, August 1.—Rose Brian, a stunty little dame, with the comer of her apron applied to her eye, from which the pearly drops fell freely, was charged with &nbsp; absenting herself for a week, this being the third offence ; she stated by way of defence, that she was allowed no blunt for her services ; also, that her mis- tress had given her a cap with no lace on the edge, which she did not consider quite the thing, and there- fore made off to where she could be better provided with toggery. Six weeks to the third class in the fac- tory. Robert Crate, assigned to Mr. Cœsar, was charged with bolting from his masters premises. To be confined &nbsp; &nbsp; seven days in a cell on short commons.
Vessels entered outwards from the 25th ult. to the 1st Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 8 August 1831
Vessels entered outwards from the 25th ult. to the 1st Instant, inclusive. July 26.—BRITANNIA, 190 tons, Henry Donnison agent, Launceston.—26. RENOWN, 317 tons, Dawes, Gore & Co. agents, London.—27. ELEANOR, 301 tons, Lamb & Co. agents, Moreton Bay and Batavia.