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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 22 August 1831
HAWKESBURY RACES. AT a MEETING of the SUBSCRIBERS to the Hawkesbury Racine: Club, held the nth day of Joly Instant, at the Royal Oak, Windsor, it was resolved, that the Hawkesbury Races be held on the [ SillatJte-i »ate &lt;&ts\xxit, on Wednesday, the 24th, and Friday the 26th August next, and that the following PRIZES be run for on the respective Days ; viz. FIRST DAY WEDNESDAY, THE 24th OF AUGUST. First Race at 12 O'Clock. THE PUBLICANS' CUP VALUE FIFTY GUINEAS, For Horses bred in the Colony, the best of Heats, twice round the Course, carrying weight for age. The winner of any former Cnp to carry seven pounds extra. Entrance Five Guineas. Second Race. THE LADIES' PURSE OF TWENTY GUINEAS, For Horses that never won a Prizè at any former Races. Heats, once round the Course, weight for age, Entrance Two Guineas. Third Race. A PURSE OF TEN GUINEAS, For Ponies under 14 hand?. Heats, once round the Course, weight for age. ¡Entrance One Guinea. SECOND DAT FRIDAY, THE «6th ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 22 August 1831
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ~ Sydney,p. Quarter&s.-SingleNutnbersTd. Counti~y,(post.included) 6s3d p.Quarter. J r TERMS OF ADVERTISEMENTS. C For Eight Line» and under, 2« 6d, and li [_ each, for all above ; for every insertion. Government Notioe Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, August 12,1831. EMIGRANT LABOURERS. TPHE Right Honourable the Secretary of State has communicated to the Governor, that it ha» been proposed to »cud to New South Wales a portion of the superfluous Agricultural Population of the South uf England, provided that mean» can be devised for making up the additional expense occa sioned by the greater length of the passage to this Country than to North America; and in order lo as- certain to what extent the Colonists are disposed to promote a measure which, if practicable, cannot fail to be highly advantageous to the Colony, Circular Letters have been addressed to the Magistrates and principal Landholders in the interior; . . In addition to this, all persons re...
INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 22 August 1831
INWARDS'. LINNET, m tons, Barker, Brisbane Water, flonr. MERMAID, 12 ton-, Doors, Hawkesbury, sundries. MONITOR, 23 toni, Pickett,- Newcastle, ballast. RAMBLER, 10 tons Henderían, Brisbane Water, flour and beel.- EMMA, 19 tons, Mulhall, /Newcastle, bal- last-BEE, 14 tons, Friend, Illawarra, sundries. SOPHIA JANE, 156 tons, Biddulph, Newcastle, sun- dries.-BRISBAN E. 18 tons, Mason, Illawarra, ditto - CALEDONIA, 26 tons, Griffin, Newcastle, sugar- j PANDORA. 27 lons, Brown, ditto sundries.-LORD LIVERPOOL, 70 tons. Taggart, ditto, ditto -JANE, 24 tons, Shoobert, Illawarra, ditto.-RED ROVER, 10 tons, Duncan, Newcastle, ballast.-LAMBTON, 62 tons, Corlette, Port Stephens, sundries.-GLATTON, 13 tons. Rose, Newcastle, ballast.-REDPOLE, 8 tons, Murray, Broken Bay, ditto.-BETSY, 14 tons, Mea- dows, Brisbane Water, ditto.-MARY ANN, 10 tons. Christy, Hawkesbury, sundries. j
LAW INTELLIGENCE. Supreme Court. CRIMINAL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 22 August 1831
LAW INTELLIGENCE. Supreme Court. CRIMINAL SIDE. Tuesday. August 16.-Before Mr. Justice Stephen, and the usual Commission. Patrick Byrne alias Cassidy, was indicted for a high- way robbery, upon the person of Joseph Gold, putting him in bodily fear, and stealing from him, a hat, pair of shoes, and two dollars, at Sydney, on the 20th June. Guilty. Death recorded. Joseph Hopkins was indicted for contriving the escape of John Seldon alias Williams, whose sentence of transportation was unexpired, at Sydney, on the 26th April. The second count charged him with aid- ing and abetting the escape of the prisoner aforesaid The third count for contriving the intended escape, and the fourth count for aiding and abetting the in- tended escape. Not guilty. Wednesday, August 17.-Before Judge Stephen, and the usual Commission. Robert Hames alias Ames, was indicted for a bur- glary, in the dwelling house of Wm. Burnett, at Bon rail, Port Stephens, on the 29th December. The pri- soner was found guilty...
Damestie Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 22 August 1831
Domestic Intelligence. The repairs of the old Elizabeth, barque, are proceeding with spirit; a few in will see her oh th« whaling ground.---Th fortunate man Hamilton, who was so bri used, as stated in our paper of the 8th tm is out of danger, but it is teared he will rene cripple for the rest of his days. ---It is saic the Dock-yard establishment will very shorl broken np. The sale bf all the Govern vessels strengthens this report.-The Ai lian Agricultural Company commences largi works at Newcastle, as soon as arrangemeo that purpose can be entered into.-Ac tity of Cape wine has arrived hy the Curl add to thc present stock on hand. Supreme Court was opened for criminal bus on Monday last, by Mr. Justice Stephen, bu witnesses (a3 usual) not being in attendance Court adjourned. The calender is rather h&lt; there being sixty-one cases on the list, ma which are of a capital nature.--A fine o[ tunity now oilers for the holders of Colonia beef, despatching it to Batavia by the Cur...
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 29 August 1831
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. Augiut Calendan 29 I M j St. John Bap, behd bUN High Tide. rites I tett I morn I even 6 21 | 5 37 0 29 2 4S 30 1 1 | William I'aley b 1743 | 0 li | 5 3B | I 15 | 2 £5 ..1 | W | hit-ttf st Sebast I8U I 0 21 | 5 39 | 2 10 | 3 6 September. .l-l Gups. Copenhagan I 6 20 I 5 40 I 3 it I 4 \ 1 I r Isunendered, 1UQ7. | b ¿0 \ 5 W | 3 3S \ 4 5 2 | F | Lond. burnt, 1666 Q.8 | 6 19 | 5 41 j 4 36 j 5 B h Cooke, d. 11134 Cromwell d 1658. 6 l8 5 42 5 40 6 14 4 j S | Ulli bun after Trinity | 6 17 | 5 43 | 6 46 7 20 Last Quarter, 30th day, 53 minutes past 8, evening.
RETURN of the Average Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending 27th Aug. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 29 August 1831
RETURN of the Average Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Weekending 27th Aug. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - £ s d. Wheat, best N. S. Wales .... 0 7 7 p. bus.of 60lbs. Middling, ditto......... 0 5 6 ditto ditto Worst, ditto........0 3 7 ditto ditto Barley, best ditto.......0 2 4 ditto of 50lbs. Maize, best ditto.......0 2 1¼ do. measuremt. Colonial Tobacco, best......0 2 0 per lb. Middling, ditto......0 1 8½ ditto Potatoes,....... 6 3 0 per ton Butter, salt........8 8 0 per cwt. Cheese, good........ 2 13 0 ditto W. C. PUDDEFOOT, Commission Agent, George-street,
MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 29 August 1831
MARKETS. The market was very indifferently supplied on &nbsp; Thursday last, owing to the Windsor races which &nbsp; attracted the attention of the settlers. Nearly 1000 bushels of WHEAT were brought to town, which produced from 6s. to 7s. 6d. per bushel ; about 500 bushels of Hunter's River wheat were brought to town by the Sophia Jane, some of which fetched good prices. MAIZE was the most plentiful article in the market, but without any alteration in price. DAIRY PRODUCE still at exorbitant prices and no prospect of a reduction. VEGETABLES were scanty but of good quality, at the late quo- tations. CATTLE fit for the butcher are a shade lower ; carcass Pigs are at a low figure. In Horses but little business has been done.
English News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 29 August 1831
English News. We last week presented our readers with English news to the 18th of April, being from the latest Paper in the Colony, we this week publish extracts from the Times of the 15th and 16th of the same month. Our subscribers will perceive the advantages the Herald possesses over some of its contemporaries, and we trust a discerning public will appreciate our efforts to afford them the earliest possible information of passing events, both foreign and domestic. Hitherto we have been indebted to the kindness of our friends for the means of accomplishing this object, and are happy in thus acknowledging our obligation.
Spirits and Tobacco. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 29 August 1831
Spirits and Tobacco, &nbsp; Stock on hand 13th instant, B. P. Rum, 19,443 gal- lons ; brandy, 40,215 gallons ; gin, 14,864 gallons ; other spirits, 7,081 gallons ; tobacco, 60,938 pounds. Received during the week, B. P. Rum, 1,630 gallons ; tobacco, 2,753 pounds. &nbsp; &nbsp; Delivered for home consumption, B. P. Rum, 2,407 gallons ; brandy, 435 gallons ; gin, 453½ gallons ; other spirits,3,678 gallons ; tobacco, 3,678 pounds. Delivered for exportation, B. P. Rum, 109 gallons ; brandy, 651 gallons ; gin, 10½ gallons ; tobacco, 475 pounds. &nbsp; Stock on hand 20th instant, B. P. Rum, 18,557 gal- lons ; brandy, 39,129 gallons ; gin, 14,400 gallons ; other spirits, 6,821 gallons ; tobacco, 29,466 pounds. August 22, 1831.
Government Notice Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, August 22, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 29 August 1831
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, August 22, 1831. HIS Excellency the Governor has the satisfaction to announce, that His Majesty's &nbsp; Government has been pleased to sanction the esta- blishment of two Public Schools, one in the Town of Sydney, and the other at Parramatta, to be styled THE KING'S SCHOOLS. The School in Sydney, is intended for Day Scholars, and will be prepared for the reception of 100 ; that at Parramatta, for the accommodation of 80 Boarders and Day Scholars. The venerable the Archdeacon Broughton, who suggested the Establishment of these Schools, and has arranged the plan on which they are to be conducted, will be charged with the measures necessary, for car- rying it into effect. The Right Honourable the Secretary of State for the Colonies has been pleased to intimate that the Masters necessary for the respective Establishments will be sent from England without loss of time. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER McLEAY.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 29 August 1831
BIRTHS.—On the 9th inst. the Lady of Mr. John Liscombe, Bathurst, of a daughter. On Tuesday the 16th instant, at sea, on board the Surrey, Mrs. Simpson, wife of the Rev. Mr. Simpson, Wesleyan Minister, of a daughter. Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS. AND FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES, (Sole Proprietors.) REDMAN'S COURT, GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 29 August 1831
Commissariat Advertisement, COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, SYDNEY, AUGUST 26, 1831. MAIZE.—Two Thousand Bushels of Maize being required for the Public Service at Sydney. Persons desirous of supplying the same, will send Tenders to this Office, on or before Friday next, the 2nd september, at Noon, endorsed " Tender for Maize," specifying the price per Bushel, weighing not less than 541 bs. at which the Maize will be de- livered, free from all expense, at the Commissariat Stores. The Tenders must be accompanied by Sam- ples. JAMES LAIDLEY, Dep. Com. Gen. Impounding Advertisement. IMPOUNDED, on the Cowpasture &nbsp; &nbsp; Road, about six miles from Liverpool, on the 14th August, by JOHN BURROWS, one Bullock, branded Dn on the thigh, the property of Mr. Donnison, of Sydney. At the Cowpasture Bridge, in the County of Camden, on the 7th instant, by REDMOND CONNOR, one brindle sided Cow, back, belly, and tail, white, head and legs partly white, a bit from the top of the off ear, bra...
Latest Hobart Town News. Extracts to the 17th August, from the Colonial Times, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 29 August 1831
Latest Hobart Town News. Extracts to the 17th August, from the Colonial Times, &nbsp; August 17.—Arrived, the barque Duckenfield. Captain Riddell, from Sydney, the 7th instant. There is a vessel at present coming up the river, supposed to be the Funchal, from Sydney. Vessels at Hobart Town, intended for the whaling and New Zealand trade.—William the Fourth, Bee, Prince Leopold, Tula, and Eagle. Launceston, August 8.—Arrived the schooner Friendship, Captain Hastings, from Sydney, with a general cargo. Passengers, T. Nowlan, Esq. and a number of indented servants. Prices of Wheat and Maize, at Hobart Town, on the 17th of August.—Wheat, heavy, (market glutted) 5s. per bushel, ditto light, 4s. 6d.; Maize, extremely high, quoted at 5s. 6d.
COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 15th to the 22nd Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 29 August 1831
COMMERCIAL NEWS. —o— Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. &nbsp; IMPORTS, Reports from the 15th to the 22nd Instant, in- &nbsp; clusive. August 19,—INTEGRITY (barque), 220 tons, Ord master, from Mauritius via Hobart Town, 1,589 bags sugar, 6 cases liqueurs, 4 pipes whiskey, 34 bags flour, 1 case harpoons, 1 case muskets. 11 barrels tar, 1,700 kangaroo skins. Order ; 1 case apparel, R. Bayley ; 1 bag seeds, Frazer ; 1 box papers, Lewthwaite ; 10 barrels of ale, Morgan ; 18 bags dour, 6 tons potatoes, Captain Ord.
Vessels entered outwards from the 15th to the 22nd Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 29 August 1831
Vessels entered outwards from the 15th to the 22nd Instant, inclusive. August 22.—GEORGIANA, 403 tons, G. Bunn agent, Mauritius,—22. AUSTRALIAN, 264 tons, Edward Byers agent. South Sea Fishery.—22. SAMUEL, 66 tons, Edward Byers agent, Hobart Town.
Coastwise from the 15th to the 22nd Instant, inclusive. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 29 August 1831
Coastwise from the 15th to the 22nd Instant, in- &nbsp; clusive. &nbsp; INWARDS. &nbsp; YOUNG STAR, 12 tons, Peat, Hawkesbury, maize and wheat—EMMA, 19 tons. Mulhall. Newcastle, coals.—NORTHUMBERLAND, 18 tons, Browning, do, sundries.—LINNET, 10 tons, Barker, Brisbane Water, mangrove ashes.—MONITOR, 20 tons, Pickett, New- castle, coals.—BEE, 14 tons, Friend, Illawarra, cedar. —SOPHIA JANE, 156 tons, Biddulph, Newcastle, sun- dries.—LORD LIVERPOOL, 70 tons. Taggart, ditto, ditto.—ELLEN, 13 tons, Reeves, ditto, ditto.—GLAT- TON, 13 tons, Rose, ditto, coals.—RED ROVER, 10 tons, Duncan, ditto, ditto.—SHAMROCK, 29 tons, Wil- liams, ditto, ditto.—CALEDONIA, 26 tons, Griffin mas- ter, ditto, ditto.—NANCY, 10 tons, Carbeys, Hawkes- bury, sundries.
OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 29 August 1831
OUTWARDS. EMMA, 19 tons, Mulhall, Newcastle, ballast.—JOHN, &nbsp; 8 tons, Twibble, Hawkesbury, ditto.—ALICE, 20 tons, Clavalt, Bungary, sundries.—HOPE, 24 tons, Brown, Illawarra, ballast.—SHAMROCK, 29 tons, Williams, Newcastle, ditto.—MARY ANNE, 8 tons, Collinson, Hawkesbury, ditto.—YOUNG STAR, 12 tons, Peat, ditto, ditto.—ABEONA, 20 tons, Cullum, Newcastle, &nbsp; &nbsp; sundries.—MONITOR, 20 tons, Pickett, ditto, ballast.— LINNET, 10 tons, Barker, Brisbane Water, ditto.— SOPHIA JANE, 156 tons, Biddulph, Newcastle sun- &nbsp; dries.