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Government Notice. Colonial Secretary Office, Sydney, September 26, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 10 October 1831
Government Notioe. Colonial Secretary Office, Sydney; September 26, 1831. THE following descriptions of AL- LOTMENTS of LAND in the TOWN of SYDNEY, with the names of the parties by whom they are respectively claimed, are published for general' information. And Notice is hereby given, that at the end of One Month from the present date, unless writ- ten caveats be previously lodged in this Office, Deeds of Grant will be prepared, in conformity with the Proclamation of His Excellency the Governor, dated bill June 1829, for such of the said Allotments as are not reserved or already granted. It is requested that any christian or surnames, mis- taken or omitted, may be communicated to this Office at full length, in order that the necessary corrections may be made. SECTION NO. 12. PARISH OF ST. ANDREW^ Bounded on the east by George-strcet, bearing north 8 degrees30 minutes east 466 links, andmmth 3 degrees 30 minutes east 591 links; on the north by Bathurst street, bearing west 30 minutes ...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 10 October 1831
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. From New Zealand, on Friday, 30th Sept. the schooner Harlequin. From Port Stephens, the same day, the cutter Lambton. From the &nbsp; Sandwich Islands, on Monday last, whence she sailed the 20th May, the brig Chinchilla, Capt. Meek, with a general cargo, —put into this port in distress, to procure water and provisions. From Newcastle, on Tuesday last, the steamer Sophia Jane. From New Zealand, on Friday last, the schooner Sydney Packet, with 42 tons of flax ; passenger, Mr. G. Cavenagh. DEPARTURES. &nbsp; &nbsp; For Hobart Town, on Thursday, 29th Sept. the barque Nereus. For New Zealand, on Friday, 30th Sept. the brig Elizabeth. For Launceston, same day, the schooner Resolution. For New Zealand, on Sunday, 2nd October, the cutter Lord Liverpool. For New Zealand, on Wednesday last, the ship Sir George Murray. For London, on Thursday last, the ship Renown, Captain Henderson, with a cargo of colonial produce; passengers, M. C. Co...
Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 10 October 1831
Domestic Intellegence &nbsp; Coroner's Inquest.- On Monday an In-, quest was held at the Dolphin, public-house, on the-Race Course, on the body of Elizabeth &nbsp; Richardson. It appeared in the course of-the evidence, that the deceased, who resided at Double Bay, on. the South Head road, had become enciente by a prisoner of the crown, named Henry Horn, in the employ of Mr. Un- &nbsp; derwood ; as the hour of parturition drew nigh, &nbsp; a surgeon was sent for, who refused to attend, unless he had a written document from some respectable person, insuring his fee to him. In the mean time, the unfortunate women was &nbsp; taken in labour, and expired in giving birth to twins. The Jruy returned the following verdict: -that the deceased died by child birth, totally for want of medical assistance. Mrs. R. Cooper has kindly taken the infants under her charge. &nbsp; -It is said, that the object of the American schooner, Chincilla, being in ...
ENGLISH NEWS. Extracts from Papers to the 18th June. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 10 October 1831
ENGLISH NEWS. Extracts from Papers to the 18th June. On Monday (June 6), two New Zealand chiefs with three others of inferior note, landed at Deal from the ship City of Edinburgh, Captain Clendon. The faces of the chief's, fantastically tattooed,presented a formidable and grotesque appearance, while those of their less privileged brethren exhibited no indica- tion of artificial embellishment. In the course of the day they visited several gentlemen in Deal, and gra- tified curiosity by a routine of national exhibitions ; the war-whoop was given in good style ; and in a sham fight they flourished their clubs with such im- posing celerity, as to produce a feeling of astonish- ment, not unmixed with apprehension, lest a luckless blow should spoil the sport of the pseudo combatants. A tobacco-pipe was given by a boatman to one of the chiefs, but instead of conveying it to his mouth, he very deliberately suspended it by a convenient cavity of the ear. This preposterous appendage seemed to...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 10 October 1831
AUSTRALIAN IRON WAREHOUSE, 07, GEORGE-STREET. v I. IREDALE, IN tendering his sincere thanks to his Friends and the Public for the favors he has received, most respectfully begs leave to announce, that he has on SALE, m addition to his former very extensive STOCK, the following general assortment of GOODS, just received per the SURRV and MARY Alfif, viz. British and Swedish Iron of every description Blacksmith's bellows and anvils Scythes, sheep shears, reaping hooks and sickles Steelyards, scales, and scale beams Brass and iron weights in sets Large weights of 7, 14, £8, and 56 lbs. Iron teakettles, round and oval, well tinned Iron camp ovens Frying pans of sizes, long and short handles Cullinclers, dredge boxes, and graters Helved hatchets, butcher's cleavers, knives and steels Spades and shovel1» Cross cut and pit saws H md siws, brais and iron backed lennon saws Back bands, trace, cow, and dog chains Bath stoves, grates, fire irons and fenders Bliss and metal candlestick» of ever...
Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 October 1831
Weekly Meteorological Table, The WEATHER, and Variation» of the THERMOME- TER, during Hie patt Week, in Sydney, nt 6 ni the morning, at noon, and at 6 O'Clock in tiie evening. Mun. .6 a. m. I Mild 62 w - o 12 noon Cloud} 69 WNW -0 6 p. m. Stormy 60 SE Tues. 6 a. m. Rainy 57 SW -o 12 noon Mitty 60 ESE 6 p.-tn. Wmdv 57 * ? S 6 a. in. Sultry I 62 KN W -o 12 noon| Sultry 72 NNW -o fi p. m. Sultry 78 SW Mean Temperature, fig.
RETURN of the Average Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending 15th Oct. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 October 1831
.-REÏUR.N of the Average Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending 15f A Oct. 1 ... £ t. d.' Wheat, bett N. S. Wales .... 0 7 t p. bui.of flOlbi. Do. second quality, tío. ....*.'. 0 9 1 ditto ditto Do. third do. do. ...... 0 3 2 ditto ditto Bailey, best ditto. 0 2 8 ditto of íOlbs Aiiiize, best ditto .......... O 3 O do. rneasaremt. ¡ Colonial Tobacco, best. 0 2 0 per lb. ' ftliddling, ditto. 0 1 7 ditto Potntoes, N. S. Wales....10 5 0 per ton Ditto, Derwent. 12 0 0 ditto Butler, best sall. ..... C 1 4 per cwt. Cheese, good .....'j 8 0 ditto Pork, salt. 1 10 O' ditto. i W. C. PUDDEFOOT, J . . Communion Ag tnt, George-street
Spirits and Tobacco. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 October 1831
Spirits and Tobacco. Stock on hand 1st instant, B.P. rum, 28,628 gallons; brandy, 33,266 gallons; gin, 12,392 gallons ; other spirits, 6,489 gallons ;. tobacco, 39,747 pounds. Received during the week, B. P. rum, 9,377 gallons ; brandy, 195 gallons ; gin, 192 gallons. Delivered for home consumption, B. P. rum, 2,O90 gallons ; brandy, 872 gallons ; gin, 295 gallons; other spirits, 30 gallons; tobacco, 1,892 pounds. Delivered for ^-exportation, B. P. ram, 31 gallons pjpj*fi60 gallons ; other spirits, 346 galhijjr^fobacco, 411 pounds. ..jrSfock on hand 8th instant, B. P. rum, 35,834 gallons; brandy, 32,589 gallons; gin, 12,129 gallons; other spirits, 6,113 gallons; tobacco, 37,444 pounds. October 10, 1831,
Australian Price Current. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 October 1831
Australian Price Current. I Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. Ale, Eng.-Hhd. bl. a 81. RU do. doz. 1Sfa.l4i Colonial-Hhd. 60 a BU do. doz. 6 a 8 Beer, Eng. -Hhd. 8/. a9i. do. gal. 4s a 6t Colonial-Hhd. 45 a 65 do. gal. 2 a 0 Biscuit,....percwt. 16 a 18 Blankets, Col.p. pr. 16 a SO Blue,.lb. a a 00 Bread,91b.loat,3Jd a 0s4d Buller, fresh....ls 6 a 1 g salt.1 M a 1 6 Candles,Mlds.lb. I 3 a 0 00 'Dips... o 9 a 0 0 Callie- Bul locks ea .45/ a 60i Working do. 60 a 60 Cows,.. . ,, 3ù a 40 do.in Milk " 40 a 6l> Calves,....,, fi a 8 Sheep.,, 7 a 8 Pip%." 7 a 10 do. roasting, 4 a 0t> .Cheese, Eng. lb. Ss Sd a Osod Col. "07 a 0 9 Cloth,Parramatta per yard.18 a 0 0 Do. Broad do. 3 4- a 0 0 Coffee gmd. lb. 16 a 0 0 Eggs, per doz. 7d a 0 10 Flax,NewZoa. ton, 18/ a 20/ Flour, lOOlbs. fine 2nds Barker, ....lBsOd-15s0d Longford, ..17 0 -14 6 Dixon,.18 0 -15 0 Girard, ....16 0 -14 0 Vickers, ....18 0 -16 0 Hall."...180 -15 0 Darling Mill, Syd. prjces. Fruil,Oranges p. dz. Is....
MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 October 1831
MARKETS. The market was weil stocked this morning with supplies of every description. 700 bushels of WHEAT were brought into town from New castle and Bathurst, which sold from 5s Cd to 7s per bushel. ¿ Veryi large samples of rMAîZE were offered for,sale at increased pricey. Other grain as pur last. ' A small quantity of new potatoes were exhibited, for which -16a per cwt. was paid; other vegetables are also on the rise. POULTRY was lower than our last quota- tions. DAIRY PRODUCE has undergone since last week a slight alteration. Soap and candles are at extraordinary high prices, from the scarcity of the raw material. Cattle and sheep still maintain the late advance.
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 October 1831
BXrURTS, Vessels. cleared from the 3rd to the 10th instant, inclusive. . . RENOWN, (ship) 317 tons, Henderson master, for Loudon ; 135 bales wool, 19 casks and I960 loose hides, 13 cases curiosities, 113 casks sperm oil, 32 casks black oil, 33 casks cocoa nut oil, 1 cask seal skins, 317 bales flax, 2 logs wood, 1 c.tsc bullion, 5 packages returned goods. i TRANMERE, (brig) ISO tons, Smith master, for New Zealand ; 4 cases musketts 20 casks ¡ powder, 1 case oilman's stores, 2 barrels pitch. 2 barrels tar. 8 cases copper, 2 cases copper nails, 12 iron pots, 1 bundle blankets, 1 case apparel, 1 puncheon whiskey, 5 puncheons rum, 3 casks gili, 3 kea;s tobacco and stores. SPECULATOR, (schooner) 39 tons, ParAer master, for Hobart Town; 150 bags lime, 112 planks cedar, 1 cask butter, 1 case cheese, 2 casks pork, 1 bundle bacon, 2 tons ham aiid bacon, 4 casks oranges) 3 casks 2 cases lemons/ and stores. . ' . ;. Vessels entered outwards from the 3rd to the 10th Instant, inclusive. , Oct. 6....
EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 October 1831
EXTRACTS. ! EFFECTS OF FRIGHT.--In an action against tliu owners ol' a ship which had run down another, one of tire seamen »tated in his crose-examination, that he had suffered much from the fright, as he was a fat man liefere the accident, and now he was a lean one: i FALSE NEWs-Anact was past in 1Ö67, by tile colohibts ol' Maryland, against the divulgers of false news. t ABSTINENCE.-According to Doctor ChejâB aiost of the chronical diseases, the mfinnitiygj^ma age. und the short live« of Englishmen, jgflMwing lo repletion, and may be either cured, prevented, or remedied by abstinence. UTILITY OF COLONIES.-In.a late speech on tho colonies, by a member of the House of Commons, th« honorable gentleman observed that the Colonies were of great utility to thc Mother Country, in time of war, as by their situation they became the scene of warf art; and consequently prevented thc descent of an enemy aa the' cpasts- of .England. ARMY-30th foot, A. C. Morris, to be Ensign without purchase, v...
OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 October 1831
OUTWARDS. SHAMROCK, 30 tons, William, Newcastle, sugar. AUSTRALIA, 12 tons, Hall, Hawkes- bury, sundries. LAMBTON, 62 tons, Corlette, Port Stephens, sundries. SOPHIA JANE, 156 tons, Biddulph, Newcastle, sundries. HOPrC, 20 tons, Brown, Newcastle, ballast. REDPOLE, 8 tons, Murray, Broken Bay, ballast. EXPE- RIMENTERS tons, Hill, Shoalhaven, sundries. LINNET, 10 tons, Barker, Brisbane Water, sundries.
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 October 1831
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. SUN High Tide. ' October. Calendar. .. I risa I tett I morn I even IT1 M j Ethelrcda. Fall Card | 5 34 | 6 SH | S 15 | 5 43 18 I T I St. Luke.I 5 33 | 0,27 | 6 12| 6 jg IC j VV I Dean Swift cl. 1745. | 5 32 | 6 «8 | 7 13 j 7 42 . 20 I T I Sir C. Wren l>. 1632- | 5 31 I 6 29 j 8 10 | 8 36 21 I F. j Battle Ti II talgai-1805. | 5 .10 | fi 30 | 18 56 | 9 10 üg I S I Micliwclis d. I7QI. I 5 £9 j 6 31 I 9 30 | g 50 t'3 I S I ?lai Sun. af. Trinity | 3 28 | 6 32 | 10 5 | 10 25 Full moon 21st day, 49 min. past 10 in the morning.
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 October 1831
PROJECTED. DEPARTURES. New Zealand.-AMITY, 140 tons, LAMB & Co. agents ; 16th instant. Launceston.-SURRY, 345 tons, DAWES, GORE & CO. agents ; 16th instant. New Zealand-DARLING, 35 tons, DAWES, GORE & Co. agents ; 16th inst. Hobart Town.-DRUM MORE, 298 tons, LAMB & Co. agents; 12th instant. Coastwise, from the 3rd to the 10th instant, inclusive. j INWARDS. i SOPHIA JANE, 156 tons, Biddulph, New- ! castle, sundries. MONITOR, 20 tons, Picket, Newcastle, coals. MAID OP THE MILL, 14 tons, Mossman, Newcastle, sundries. HOPE, 24 tons, Brown, Newcastle, coals. REDPOLE, 8 tons, Murray, Broken Bay, lime. ROVER, 18 tons, Curran, Newcastle, coals. PANDORA, -tons, Brown, Newcastle, sundries. YOUNG STAR, 12 tons, Peat, Hawkesbury, maize. LINNET, 10 tons, Parker, Brisbane Water, sundries. LITTLE EDWIN, - tons, Gold. Hawkesbury, sundries.
COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 October 1831
COMMERCIAL NEWS. ? Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. . ?. IMPORTS. Reports fron» the 3rd to the 10th In- stant, inclusive. ~ V;. Oct. 7.-SYDNEY PACKET, (schooner) 84 lons, Drysdale master, from New Zealand, P. ! CAVENAGH agent;' 40 tons flax, P. Cavenagh. I 10.-ALEXANDER M'LEAY, (schooner) 39 I tons, Pulnuxn master, from New Zealand, JAMES I KING agent ; 17 tons flax, James King,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 October 1831
AT a GENERAL MEETING of LANDHOLDERS and others, held at Par ram alta on the 6lh day of October, 1831, lo congi der the expediency of Petitioning the Kins on Hie subject of Ute late Land lt (.-gul tuions, thc following Kesolutious were unanimously adopted : 1. -Til at it is thc unanimous opinion of this Meeting', that a continuance of the existing Regulations for the disposal and appropriation of Crown l.amls in tin» Colony, caunol fail to be productive of the most I ruinous consequences lo' the Agricultural Interests, and the community al large, 2. -That Regulations so injudicious, and in every, point of view injurious - whether as relates to the production of Revenue, the progiess ol' Emigration, or the permanent advancement of the Oniony,-cnn only have resulted from defective information on the part nf Iiis Majesty's Ministers and mi-represen- tation of our actual'condition, and future prospects. 3. --That lt is a duty which the Colonists owe lo them- selves to His Miij-ly's Gover...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 October 1831
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, September 30, Í83I. . LAND. " HIS Excellency the Governor has di- rected that the following Government Order and Notices 6hall be repnblished, for the pur- pose of exhibiting at one view, the whole of the ex- isting Regulations respecting Land, as they have been modified from time to time, and are now in force, viz. Government Notice, 1st July, 1831.-Government Or- der, 1st August, No. 2?.-Government Notice, 1st August.-Government Notice, 25th August.-Govern ' ment Notice, 30th August.-Government Notice, I6th September ; and Government . Notice, 26th Septem- ber. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAY. (COPY.) Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Ornee, Sydney, Inly 1, 1831. LAND. THE following- Copies of the " Terms upon which the Crown Lands will be dis- posed of in New South Wales and Van Diemen'* Lnnd," «nd of the Regulations which have been established with respect to the Officers of the army obtaining Lan.l, in ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 October 1831
.' OOTïBBRLAW» WARBHOlßBt ÖN S ALE,, at jKIRK, WOQUEY,/ . KIBJi's, 78,, (öeprge.street, (four dó.oj from King-stYeet), Hie undermentioned goodf , ,by Ul latest ari ¡vals, which wilt be' found of thc best Q,uaUtj aud'at very reasonable prices, vi*:-. Coffee), llocuted by a Patent Maehint, Pickles, ) . , Sauces., y of eveory UescripUa«,, Swerves) Figs, . . . Raisins, French Plums, Currants« Spices, " -' . ' '- ? . .JfcujUsJit surco». " Black inf, Pickled Salmon, : 5 ' . Durham Mustard^ Epsom Salts, A variety of Teat and Sggarti Liverpool Snit, Basket do. English Vinegar, Xorkshite and Westphalia Hams, BY' Sickles, fcc. &c. ' Beaver and Silk Hats, Slops, Ste. and A great variety Of other good«, Tobacco* Snuffs and Cigars,, of every description. FOR SALE, at CAMPBELL & Co.'s received by late arrivals, an invoice of white and yellow Cotton Handkerchiefs, Imitation Cambric Chintz and Colton Printed Shawls, Men's common Hats and Shoe riiread. also, Men's and Women's Cottor ...