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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 October 1831
His Excellency the Governor, accompanied by Ibo Master Attendant,, inspected. the llooghley on Saturday week, and gave the. necessary di- rections as to the fitting up ot' thc vessel. Site proceeds by way of China.-The Celia takes in thc Tigress's oil for the London market. ACCIOENT.-On Friday night weeli, as Mr. H. Bayley, of Bayley Park, was returning home from the Parramatta races on horseback, in con- sequence Of the hazy state of the atmobphere, he rode too near to a fonce on the.jroad side, and his leg coming in contact with a projecting post, caused u fracture of the small bone of the right leg.-On Monday Pennis Callaghan, a private soldier of the 39th Regiment, was fully com- mitted to take his trial, for the mumer of Mi-, chad Martin, ou the 1st instant, hy stabbing him with a bayonet. Callaghan declared he had neither hand pr part in the transaction. Another disgraceful outrage took place among the'mititaiy and civilians on Sunday week, when the former drew, but were speed...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 October 1831
nä Impounding Advertisement. TMPOÜNDEX), at Parramatta, án the *28th September, by JOHN &lt;^ÓVÍ58, one ' large pull while Cow, willi black spots round cadi eye, branded on the o IT li ip «villi a large F, and the top of the near ear cut off; on the 29ih Sept.,' two Cows, one willi white buck timi belly, an.l strawberry sides,- branded ou both sides, but nen legible, and one dark brindle Cow, branded on the oil' hip,but not legible. [18s] Al the Fifteen Mlle Stone, on the Liver pool Hoad, on the 31 st Sept., by MARTIN READV, .one yellow working Bullock, branded un the near hip R, on the off hip not legible, mid on the off thigh aiW"*fWtlV'Wt'i*^rtli-ti-piece>«iit-off -ewrti 'eur; Mme; tia .working .Bullock, branded on the off hip and .IhSgli.'bÜl'ridt Ivgiiilv.-Hös] At'Campbell Town, on. .'.lílieíljUl .XíCtoUer. -by fllOUÉRT pUItKli, from the ¡ tljUe Of, Mi». Ked lem, one, noll brindle Cow, while" ck-And belly, branded on the thigh'of tile milking "sttre With -two letters...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 October 1831
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. "] Syd»ey,i>.Quarter&s.-SingleNumierrtd. J Country,(pott.included) 6«3d p.Quarter. J [" TEEMS OF ADVERTISEMENTS. ( For Eight Lines and under, is 6d, and id. . each, JOT all abone ; for every insertion. [CONTINUED PROM SOPPLEMENT.] .». Tho*« who have already paid the deposit, or any other portion of the párchate money, will in like manner be repaired to complete the payment of three shillings and sixpence per acre, on or before the «aid thirty 6rst day of March next, and the balance on or before thc 30th of June, as above. 3' The omission of any one of these payment»« to imply the forfeiture of all tums before paid, and of the Land. The above measure is not intended to interfere with the arrangements which have been already notified, with respect to the payment of the rents which may be due. By Iii* Excellency's Command, ALEXA3ÏDKB. M'LEAY. (COPY/) Oovernment Notioe. Colonial Secretary** Office; Sydney, September £6,1831. LAND. XXIS Excellency the Go...
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, OCTOBER 17th, 1831. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 October 1831
The Sydney îterald. DAY, OCTOBER 17th, I83Ï. . ; _-,>- ' "Sworn to no Master, Vf mo 'Sect von ï." Íppr.Hobart Town friends are informed, that, to'bur great'disappointment, we did,no,t ireceive a «ingle newspaper:by the Fí6i/ía,>notwítli8tana -higttue unusual lapse of time since tlie .lait.ar- rivai from their port. ON Thursday last, 'the (brig Stir *Urtk ^Castle 'arrived in »Port Jackson, ,'Svwn$jreehóck,:in.'the"West of Scotland, .'.with one hundred and 'forty passengers, principally [tradespeople, with their jfami JUps- .She,sailed from Greenock on the the 1st of June last, and brings no news, .¡astthe .ffoQghley, which sailed twenty-six days .after ¿ter, -has ^been in harbour ¡for a fortnight. The Stirling Castle had an excellent passage. She lost five chil- dren by an affection, partaking1 of an epidemical character, about 7 degrees to the north of the .line ; but has been perfectly healthy since the ,6th of July. She touched at Simons' 'Bay, (but at nb other place) where ...
Law Intelligence. SUPREME COURT. CIVIL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 October 1831
Law Intelligence. SUPREME COURT. CIVIL «IDE. Monday, October 10.-Before the Chief Justice, and the following Special Jury:-T. l'osier, (Foreihun), J. Brown, J. C. Curlewis, G. Acre», J. Thompson, J. Chis- holm, T. Inglis, F. Dixon, P. ííeale, J. M'Dougall, G. B, Suitor, and W. Lawson, Esquires. M'Quoid v. Lord-This was an action to recover 7&W , the amount of a bidding made by defendant nt auction, on the 4th June, ia:9, for a farm sold under a writ of fUrt facias, in the case of Cooper and Levey, v. Sturgeon.; defendant being the highest bidder, the farm was knocked down to him, he however declined lo complete thc pm chase, and the farm according lo the terms of sale, was put up again, but no purchaser could be found ; defendant had subsequently m ade some propositions tn complete the contract, but of such u nuluie, thal plaintiff could not accede lo, being pressed for lite amount of the sale by tbe plaintiff in the cause. The jury found a verdict for the plaintiff, subject...
Shipping Intelligent ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 October 1831
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. From New .Zealand, on Monday last, the schooner " Alexander M'Leay," with 17 tons of flax. From London, via Hobart Town,' cn Tuesday last, having left the former place the 13lh April, and the latter the 304h September, the ship " Vibilin," 3fi0 lons, Captain Stephenson ; lading sundries ; passengers-Mr. Joseph Walford, Mr. Benjamin Geggs, Mr. Edward Rund1, Mr. William Ray, Mr. Richard Pugh, Mr. Henry Ken cdy, Mr. William Thaxwell, Mr. Reuben Chapman, W, Kyan, Mi>. Mary Figg, and two children. Fiom Newcastle,the same day. Hie steamer "Sophia Jane." Fruin thc same place, the same itay, the schooner "Shamrock." From Greenock and the Cape of Good Hope, on Thursday last, having left the former place the 1st of June, and the latter the 20th of August, the brig " Stirling Castle," 351 tons, Captain Frazer, with a general cargo; passengers-Rev. Dr. Lang and Mrs. Lang, Rev. J. Cleland, A.M. Presbyterian Minister, Mrs. Cleland, sen. and three daughters, Rev...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 17 October 1831
MARRIAGES.—At the Darling Nursery, by the Rev. Mr. McGarvie, on Friday last, Miss Elizabeth Josling Shepherd, daughter of Mr. Thomas Shepherd, to Mr. Robert Henderson, of Elizabeth Bay. On Saturday, 8th inst. by the Rev. William Cowper, with special license, in St. John's Church at Parra- matta, Charles Cowper, Esq. of Sydney, to Miss Eliza Sutton, of Parramatta. BIRTHS.—On Wednesday, the 12th instant, at the Male Orphan School, the lady of Lieutenant Richard Sadleir, R. N. of a daughter.—On Sunday morning, on board the Stirling Castle, Mrs. George Paton was safely delivered of a daughter. This is the third in- fant born in that ship since leaving Scotland. &nbsp; At Farme in Lanarkshire, on the 6th May, the lady &nbsp; of Hugh Mossman, Esq. of Auchtyfardle, of a son. &nbsp; On the 11th instant, the lady of Thomas Collins, Esq. of a son. DEATHS.—Drowned off Jervis' Bay, on the coast of New Holland, on Wednesday the 12th Oct., Farquhard Campbell, Esquire o...
ANNO SECUNDO GULIELMI QUARTI REGIS. (No. 2.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 October 1831
ANNO SECUNDO GULIELMI QÜARTI REGIS. ~ (No. 2.) HY His Excellency LUutenant-Genetal Ralph Darling, Captain-General and Governor in Chief of the Territory of New South Walesand its Dependencies, and Vice Admiral of the same, with the Advice of the Legislative Council. An Act for permitting the Importation into New South Wales, of Spirits, the produce of the British Possessions in North America, upon payment of the same,Rate of Duty as is chargeable on the Importation of Spirits, the produce of the British West Indies. WHEREAS it is expedient, that Spirits, the Produce of the British Possessions in North America, imported into the Colony of Kew South Wales, should be chargeable with me same rale oí amy as .? «w« -«- *n.T,i iSnlnts. the produce or manufacture of the Btitish West Indies, and no more : Be it theretore enacted, ! by His Excellency the Governor of New South Wales, with the advice of the Legislative Council, that I rom sud alter the passing and publication ol this Act, all S...
ANNO SECUNDO GULIELMI QUARTI REGIS. (No. I.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 October 1831
ANNO SECUNDO GULIELMI QUARTI REGIS. (No. I.) BY His Excellency Lieutenant-GeneralKktpa Darling, Captain-General and Governor ia Chief of the Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, and Vice Admiral of the same, with the Advice of the Legislative Council. An Act to repeal so much of " An Act to amend *&lt; an Act intituled an Act for preventing the " mischiefs arising from the printing and pub " lishing Newspapers, and Papers of a like " nature, by Persons* not known, and for " regulating the printing and publication of " such Papers in other respects ; and also for " restraining the abuses arising from the pub " lication of blasphemous and seditious Libels ; '. and for further restraining the abuses aris " ing front the publication of slanderous and .( libellous raaÇter," as relates to the sentence " of banishment for the second offence. WHEREAS, by an Act of the Gover- nor, passed with the Advice of the Legis- lative Council, in the Eleventh Year of the Reign of ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 October 1831
, To Owners of Soabbed Sheep. ÇIN SALE at the Stores of the under *-* signed, a Quantity of TOBACCO STALKS in ex&lt; elliMU condition. ALSO, a ¡.mull Consignment of Colonial FIO TO- BACCO. W. C. PUDDEFOOT. October 8, HW. Mon U' Buililnigs, George street. ) JUST RECEIVED, UNBAR'S Double Brown Stout Ditto Pale Ale D Tn\lor's Bottled Porter Buen Ale English Vinegar, and the usual assortment of Wines and Spirits, At Folaok's London Tavern. J. BARNETT, Of Lundyfoot's, London, Dublin, ANO Late Foreman to HignetVs, Liverpool, RESPECTFULLY announces to the Officers and Gentry of Sydney, that he h.n now ON SALB a quantity ot superior HA- VANNAH SEGAKS. J. B. having devoted several years exclusively to the above Branch of the Tobacco Business, feels con- fident Unit In» Selection will be tonnd woithy of the approbation ot those Who ma> honor him with their Pmronago. , Samples may be seen at Mr. COHCN'S, Taylor,, No. 2, Denmark-place, George street. TO THE PUBLIC. THE undersig-ned r...
Weekly Meteorological Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 October 1831
Weefcly Meteorological Table. The "WEATHER, »rid Variations of the TIIERMOjME TER, during the past Wetk, in Sydney, at 6 in the morning, at noon, and at,6 o'Clock in the .«vening. Mon. 6 a. ni D.y d7 WSW -o IS 7IPP» Wann 7« SW Op. ni. Sultry 70 Cul in 6 p. ni. Sultry y NE Wed. 6 a. m -»Hi y 70 .Cairn IS »»con Sultry "80 NW -o 6 p. in Sultry 85 Mean Température, fis. liUited, Piüitcd and Published, l>y WARD STEPHENS, ANP FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES, (Jiote Proprietors.) aEDMAÏi's COURT, GEORGE STRJUMT» SYDNB?, NEW 80TÍTH WALES.
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 October 1831
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Weejc. «UN October. Calcndnr. I rites 't I M I s"n enlvri&lt; ¿corpip B « 05 1 ' mm. p. S, mouline. ' ,r i Crispiii. Chaucer «Í. . nl- « ,. a>| 14«0 Bat. Acliict 1415 ô *° ° ** ÍCÍ1 45 33 W | Di UmlilridRi; a. 1751 | 5 '.'5 I b S5 Cupliiin Cook "¿"17'.8 D'Alembeit rf.1783. S 34 6 86 K of. Simon El asmus b Sïtofl?: | 5 2"«|6 S7 il*|'««5 tftf I 8 | W. Kulrlgll blul: 1018. | 6 g» | 6 K8 | « 30 I 8 0 '30 | S I 2-a »un. ¡mer U i linly | 3 «8 jj 6 *4 | 0 5 | 0 C6 Last quarter 2lh da^, 7 min. past 10 the roaming.
RETURN of the Average Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending 22d Oct. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 October 1831
RETURN nf the Average Prices of F4QM PRO&UCP for the Week ending 22d Oct. S *. à. Wheat, best N, S, Wales .... P 7 1 p. bus.of 60lb». Do."second o,gaht>, do,..0 5 0 ditto ditto ,Du, (Uiird do. do. 0 3 0 ditto ditto Barley, best dtttp,..,,.o 2 9 ditto of solus. Mai/e, best ditto.0 3 8j do. ineasuienit. Colonial Wibupcp, beat ,.0 2 o per lb. Ditto, (.ecoad quality ........ 0 17 ditto Pointues, > S Wales.li 15 0 rjei ton Ditto, Dejwent.,.13 10 0 ditto nutlpr, beat salt.,.4 13 4 per cwt. Cheese, good.3 0 8 ditto Pork, salt. 1 P 2 dtttp. Hutt.-Maize should have been quoted last week At 3s 6d. instead of -8s. W. C. PUDDBFOOT, Commission fluent, George-street.
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editors of the Sydney Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 October 1831
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editors of the Sydney Herald. I/ENTLEBIEN, Having observed in your Journal of the 10th In-stant, a " hint" to the tanners, on the manu- facture of goat skins anti horse hides, I beg to state, these articles have been manufactured in this Colouy about six years, with every possible success. The cordovan is usually made into women's and men's shoes, tor which purpose it is well adapted ; but, that the public may not suffer by the substitution of goat for kangaroo skins, by your description in favour of the former, I feel it a duty to contradict your statement. As the goat skin is moie porous, and conse- quently more pervious to moisture, so is it also less tough than the kangaroo skin, which gives a decided superiority to the latter for du- rability. A goat skin is but one degree superior to a sheep skin, and a kangaroo skin is more suitable than any description of leather for this climate, being both tough and cool for Hie feet. Allow me to add, that A...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 October 1831
Impounding Advertisement. -. TM P O UN D E D, at the Cowpastute ' ?*- Bridge in the County of Camden, on the .'Qth October, by R. CON NO It, one redstded Cow", back-, belly, and tail white, star in the forehead, biauded on the milking side si ouider TB, otf thigh S, with a red-sided male Calf; one grey Cow, biuudcd on the iiiilking side hil), not U'gtble; one red-sided Bullock, back, belly, and tail white, grey face, branded on the near hip AK ; one red-»uled steer, bac*, belly, and tail white, slai in the lorehead, not branded ; one brindle heifer Calf, belly, end of tail, and lund heels white, slai in tile foreliead, branded on the milking side hip TC, und underneath 2i>5 ; one red poll Steer, h'gs and belly pnilty while, branded on the off hip W-[27s j In the District of Lower Minto, on the lilli instant, by W. CKl-tF, one uged black Cow. legs, .belly, tUiiiis and lull white, brand on the off hip supposed to be WC, with a scrawl brand intermixed, apparently with an intention o...
MARKETS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 October 1831
MARGOTS. TflSJRSp.AYj, October 20. The supply of grain this morning was abum danf, of good quality, and in .demand. Four htm died bushel's of WHEAT were j}o}d from 5s. 9d. to 6s. 9d. per bu&hel; 200 bushels arrived from Argyle, and was purchased at Mr. Bttrker't granary at 6s per bushel, ' MAI/5E still mam tained the late. rise. BARLEY, OATS, and RYE hung on hand, at our last prices. VEGE. TABLES were plentiful, and much enquired after, without any alteration from the last quo- tation. DAIRY PRODUCE and POULTRY stationary. Candies and soap still at the líe- nse. Cattle tit fprthe knife ar.e still scarce; very few were offered for sale. In borsçi but little business has been done during tiia week. Pjgs hang ,on hand, the ¡demand beini very small.
OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 October 1831
OUTWARDS. YOUNG STAR, K tops, Peal, Hawkesbury, Min- drie». KOVLlt, H ipn», Curimi, Newcastle, sundries. CEYLON, II ton», Melville, Broken Buy sundiies. EDWARD, IO lons, Gold, llawkesbuiy, ballast, MOMIOR, 20 tons, billilli, Kctvca-tle, sundries DART, 21 tons, Maftatt, Port Macquarie, smidne-i. MAip QJ; 'THE MILL, 15 tons Biowning, t»ewens tie, ballast, NANCY, IO tons, Curvin, Hawkcsbtiry , suiidues. SALLY, 17 lons, Crampton, |Haw*i|a, bal- last. WILLIAM, IS tons, Robson, illa» an a, ball ist. BLE, 14 lons, ¿parke, Ulawairu, ¿undi les. SHAM- ROCK, 30 tons, \Villiams, Newcastle, ballast. MARY ANN, 15 tons, Longlord. lUmvajui, smulriei. PAN-I DORA, 27 tons, Broun, Wewcustle, sundrie* bOPHI I i JAN p, JiC tons, Biddulph, >iwutt»,Uv,,Mi»WM«.
Coastwise, from the 10th to the 17th instant, inclusive. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 October 1831
Coastwise, from the 10th io the \7th instant, inclusive. . INWARDS. BEE, IS tons, Friend, Wollongong, sundi ¡ah. SALLY., IT tons, Campton, Illawarra, cedar. MARY ANN, la lons, Luugfoid, Iluwurru, cedui. JAN K, St tons, Shooberi, Illuwnrra, cedar. SOPHIA IAKK, I/itj tons, Biddulph, Newcastle, sundries. Sll AM ItUCKj 30,toii6, Williams, Newcastle, coals. ALICE, 20 1.9118., Clarke, Buugw'ra Norah, cedar. IMKEN1X, IO tuns, Booth, Httwkekhury. sundries, ¡SARAH, la imij J.al»es¡, Port Mncfluarie, cedar,
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 24 October 1831
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS« Front Newcastle, on Tuesday last, the steamer i Sophia Jane. From Madras and Swan River, ; on Friday, H. M. brig Z^ira, Durell De gauma- ! resquc, Esq. Commander. From Port Macqua- ; tie, on Thursday, the cutter Dart. départît*^. (For Launceston, on Sunday week, the barque Mary 4w». For 'Mew ?«.alajid,' pa Ffid#y »an the schooner Darling. For .the same place, on Tuesday last, the Brig Amity. For China, on Saturday, Hie $hjp Haoghlfiy. Pa»Bengçrs_ ^General Daring,, Mr,s. patfiug,, and f^jhj, For iXçw Seafood, #aajp 4ay, fJfte $çh.oorjer §uf ney Packet.