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MARKETS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 October 1831
. MARKETS- . THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2/. An abundant Supply "f every description "r produce was brought to market this m,^ f WHEAT was sold from 5, 3d to üíper"Set MAÍZ 12 ug-iin under went a rise. POTATO?« were considerably lower than our I-,«» * and candles still maintain very hi»li ni ce« tP ir.ll as the raw material. Cattle° at* our\£ prices, as also meat. Horses very dull of ¿le at any thing like a remunerate" price Pi« , rather more looked after than «luring the l£
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 October 1831
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. South Seas-OLN'II, 101 tons, Dawes, Ooie, & Co. agents, lins day. London - PA LAMBAM, 301 ton», A B. Spark agent, 7Lil >!ove-ii&lt;be'r. New Zealand - UARLUQUIN, 71 tom, J. Learmouth u^eot, tin» day. « Hobrtil Town-ARGO, l6'J tons, Dawe», Goie, _ Co. linton, '.'9th instant.
Vessels entered outwards, from the 17th to the 24th instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 October 1831
Vessels entered outwards, from the J7th to the 24th instant, inclusive. Oct. 19.-DART, 108 lons, J. B. Benington, agent, for New Zealand. -21 -HARLEQUIN, 71 tons, J. Learmonth agent, for New Zealand. -24.-A KOO, lffg tons, Dawes, Gore, _ Co. ugents, lor llobuit Town.
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 October 1831
Shipping Intelligence. " ARRtVALS« From Canton, on Monday last, whence she sailed the 3()th of June, the barque Elizabeth, Captain Phillips, with a general cargo. From New Zealand, on Wednesday, the schooner Ad- miral Gifford. Lading, 8 tons flax, and 3 cwt. whalebone. From New Zealand, on Thursday last, the cutter Fairy, Ackers master, with 7 tons of flax. DEPARTURES. For New Zealand, on Tuesday, the schooner Harlequin. For Port Macquarie, on Thursday, the cutters Dart and Sarah. For Port Stephens, the same day, the cutter Lambton.
Coastwise, from the 17th to the 24th instant, inclusive. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 October 1831
Coastwise, from the nth io the 2\th instant, inclusive. INWARDS. Ct'YLON, II tons, Melville. Broken Bay. «undue». REDPOL1 ,8l.ns, Murray, Broken Bay, lune. LIN NCI, io lons, Bai ker. Bl isbaue Water, »undue*. LUC.V HOYAI,, 6 lons, Bakei, Newcastle, sundries. A BIBINA, 20 tons Callum, Newcastle, »undiles. YOUNG STAR, 12 tons, Doois, Hawkesbury, uui.c and w heal. SO ['III \ J ANC,15Glons, Biddulph,Newcastle, sundries MONITOR, 20 ton», smith, Newcastle, cedar and beef. EXPERIMENT, 65 tons. Hill. Shoalhaveu, sundi les. MARY ANN, liions, Longtoid. Illawai ia, cedar, BEC 14, tons, Sparke, Illawarra, cedar. SALLY, 17 lons, Campton, Illawarra., cedar. DART, 21 toni, Mollatt, Pott Macquarie, sundries. WILLIAM, 12 tons, Robson, Illawarra, cedar. OUTWARDS. HOPE, 24 tons, Brown, Newcastle, ballast. IMIONIX, 10 tons, Booth. Hawkesbury, ballast. LINNET, 10 tons. Barker, Brisbane Water, sand ne«. ALICE, 10 tons Clavel!, Buugnrah Norah, ballast. JANE, 24 lons, Shoubeit, Illawarra, sundries. REDPOLE...
EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 October 1831
EXTRACTS. Moi TOES.-lu one of the late processions, at ' loliiiblone, in lleufrewshiie, which wciu gol up on ac- count of Hie dlssoluluin ot I'.iiliauieiil, and the lleionn bill, cei lain bodies of colliers distinguished themselves J bj then moitots and flags. The collieis ot Thornhill ! had, for their mono, " fhfcry Ot Ile for in is heard in tin.- bowels ot the eiiilh."-the Uall-hill colliers hid, " l'he Pit ol Coiriipliou is blown up:"-and the Quar rtltou colliers earned the collier's una«, with the I motto, " Succès« to the black face o't." j IRISHISM.-" Slander," said a wit, " is a most daiigcious enemy, tor it causes one lo cut another man's throat behind his baek." , PERIODICALS.-A neat and well-conducted weekly peuodical has been published lu Uhisgow, al the small chuige ot 2d., called "The Herald to the Iiudes Advocate," li is devoled lo subjects bearing on the wclluie of the operatives, und contains, be- sides, some excellent original poetry. THE PREHILU.-Lord Gi ey, the pi...
EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 17th to the 24th instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 October 1831
PXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 17th to the 24th instant, inclusive. SYDNEY PACKET, (schooner). 81 lons, Drysdale master, for New Zealand, 5 cases muskets, 10 casks gunpowder, 2 casks hillls. C cases 4 bundles iron- mongery, 4 bundles rod iron, SO iron pots, 1 grind- stone, 1 bag salt, 1 keg herlihys, 1 .screw press, I chest medicines, 1 case soap, 1 case leather, 2 chests pipes, 'JO empty casks, 1 cask blankets, 1 trunk ha beidasher'y, 1 cask 2 bags flour, 6 bags bread, 2 chest» tua, 1 cask 1 bag sugar, 1 hogshead beef, 1 basket 2 kegs tobacco, 1 case ruin. DArtT, (biig) 108 tons, Hindson master, for New Zealand, 1 keg gunpowder, 3 kegs tobacco, 1 pun- cheon whiskey and stoics. SU It HY, (barque) 315 tons. Veale muster, for Laun - cestón, 132 plunks cedar, 81 pieces blue gum. .0 »tones, e case« oranges, 1 package couch and lualtruss, 2 chests drawers, 2 sofas, 1 ct.se leathern 2 packages hams, 24 horses, 9 cows, l,bull, 4 cases slops, 1 case cotions und haberdashery, 3 boxes' rai...
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending 27th October. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 October 1831
RFTiU¿ÍF¿ÍÁ'%,ñ?ra?e "'">'"«'« Price* of I ARM PRODUCE for the Week ending 21th £ s. d. Wheat, best N. S. Wales .... 0 (> B p. bus.of SOlbs. Do. recoud quality, do. 0 4 IO ditto ditto Do. third do. do . 0 3 0 ditto dillo^ B,irley, best ditlo.0 2 7 ditto of Solus.* Maue, best dut".0 'A I ti do. ineasureuit. Cidomal I'obacco, best.0 2 o pel lb. Ditto, second quahu . 0 I 7 dllto Potatoes, N. b. Wales. 7 15 0 per ion Ditto, Dciueut.II r» O dllto Butler , best sall. 3 I:) 4 put cwt. Ohee«i», Hood. 2 IH -t dlllo Polk, ».ill. I () 2 dllto. w. a. piidoapooT, Communion Agent, Onusge-ttrect.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 October 1831
Impounding, Aífcvaltiaeuient. f JVIPOUNDEÖi at Patramatta, oiUÏte ?*? nth instant, by J. GROVES, one d.nk brindle Working &lt;Bull a tug, with wide horns, the tops cf which are cut off, branded IK, willi an ear mark in the near ear; also, on the 17th instant, one dark* bay Mare, long tail, a star in the forehead, white tetlock on the lund legs, branded undo ihe miine ES, and in foal.-'9s ] At Prospect, on the 1 Uh instant, by J. RILEY, one brown Bullock, branded EW on the off tup, lund legs white, two white »pots nu hi j back, and n grey face ) one red and wjiite Heiter, branded YZ oakthe, npsar hip,~[Ö*.]' At Penrith, oa the 15th institut, by JAPÚRCELE, orte CoW, and" rtnlf by her side, yelloir co»oar,&lt;aud spatted, white belly, oil ear slit, white star in the forehead, bianded CD on the off side. Calf not branded ; 1 brindle poll Cow, flanks and lund feet"while", white star in the' forehead, branded on Until side«- resembling DY, and two yeal ling Cal ver, not br...
Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 October 1831
Quarter Sessions. Tuesday, October 25.-William Downey, convicted of larceny, 2 years to a penal settlement. John Felix, larceny, 9 months to an iron gang. R. Boardman, larceny, 1 month in gaol. Robert Fletcher, keeping a bouse of ill fame, to be imprisoned for three months, and to pay a fine of £10 to the King, and to be imprisoned until paid. Samuel Tyson Roys, embezzlement, to be imprisoned for 3 months. Thomas Scofield, for an ussault, to be imprisoned for 1 month. Elizabeth French, for a larceny, 12 months to the third class in the factory.
Police Incidents. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 October 1831
Police Incidents. Monday, October 21.- Epsie Bowman, drunk, and lying with her head in the gutter, was sent for two hours to the stocks. &nbsp; Michael Doyle, for carousing on hot punch, till he lost his equilibrium, was sent to take an airing for two hours. James Boyle, drunk, and sky larking against the form of the statute, two hours in the stocks. &nbsp; &nbsp; Hugh Murray, riotous, and creating a disturbance in the streets, two hours in the stocks. Wednesday, October 26-Richard Fetch, alias Pa- tient, alias Vetch, insolent or endeavouring, as he termed it, to queer his master, was ordered to receive 25 lashes. &nbsp; Hugh Mitchell was charged with refusing to work, and being accessary to the strangling of a bullock, for &nbsp; &nbsp; which he was ordered to be milled for 14 days. Susan Nesbit, who could drink nothing but loaf sugar in her tea, was ordered to try factory fare for one month. William Sheen, cooper of the Proteus, whal...
Australian Price Current. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 October 1831
Australian Prioe Current. Including last Thursday's Market (Sterling) P,-¡CCs I Ale, ung.-Hhd.B/. a 8/. l'\r do. do/. ICrallj Colonial-llhd. 00 a. 80 do. (|I,Ü. 6 a 8 Beer, Eng. - Hhd.B/. a 91. dti. gal. 4* a 6. Colonial--llhd. 45 a is «io. gal. 2 a 0 Biscuit,. ...per curt. 16 a l8 Blankets, Col. p. pr. 16 a 30 Blue,.lb. 2 a 00 Biuad,2lh.loal,31d a Osid Bullei, liesh....li. 3 a 1 ß n ,, »"-li.0 9 a 1 0 Candle», Mldh.lb. I 3 ti 0 00 " , Dips.. 0 9ja 0 lo Cultli -Bullocks ea. 15..160t WoiKlng do. 60 u 80 Cows,.. . ,, 30 a 40 do.in Milk " 40 u 60 '"alves,-,, 6 it b .-beep." 7 a 8 -'.tis,." 7 a lo do. 1 ousting, 4 a On Cheese, Eng.lb.2* 3d a Os a ,., .1 o0"1, " ° * u ° ° Ciotli,Pai raniatta per yard,.... 1 a a 0 0 Do. Bioud do. 3 4 a 0 0 Collée grnd. lb. 1 6 a 0 0 E-igs, per doz. 7d a 0 8 Flax, NowZeu. ton, 18/ a 20/ Hour, lool bs. fine 2nds Bui ker.lUsOd--15,0c! Longford, ..17 0 -14 6 Uis.on,.l8 0 -is 0 Oiiuid, ....le 0 - U 0 Viukti», ....18 0 -16 0 ll"ll.180 -15 0 Dai ling Mill, bjd. ...
CAPE EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 October 1831
CAPE EXTRACTS. -'\/%JV - i At the close of the Examination of theStudents in the South African College, the Honourable Sir JOHN TRUTER put the following- questions i to the Professors : lias religious instruction been given to the stu- dents ot this Colkege during the past year, as a regular part of the course of study > Ans.-It has. Sir J 2'.-At what time w«s it given? Ans.-Every day. ' Sir J, T.-In wlint, manner ? ; Ans.-'Vhe whale of the students were assembled every morning in the great Ball ; one of the Profcs , sors who look this duty by turns, then rend a portion of the Holy Scriptures, and offered np a prayer. Two 'chapluis.uf the Bible, one from the Old-and another ¡from the New Testament, were next read by the Pu- pils, and on these I ii ey were examined by the Pro , lessor. . Sir J. T.-Was the conduct of the Pupils decorous land attentive-during the reading of the Holy Scrip- tures and Trayer? Ans.-Invariably so. It has merited the highest i praise. Sir J. T.-tías any ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 October 1831
STATIONERY WAREHOUSE, AND CIRCULATING LIBRARY, Adjoining the Gjtette Office, George-tlrect, Sydnty, *V\T M'GARVIE begs leave to re« » » . turn thanks to his numerous Friend.! and the Public, for the Patronage he ¿aj .received sinco his commencement ia the BOOKSELLING and STATIONARY bm¡. ness, and informs them that in addition to hit -former* STQCK, he has received, b/tecentar. rivals, a large Assortment of Useful, Elegant and Fancy STATIONERY. - ' STATIONERY. Superfine and second foolscap Iuipeimt super royal, &c. Royal writing paper Demy and medium, do. Post, ditto, various Pine post, dillo Large and suiill uo'e, ditto, gilt Black edged and plum Superfine laid und wove folio polt ledgers journal«, day-books luvuicc, lettei, and c ish books "Mimoitinduin books ruled and plain Pocket ledgers with index Bill hooks payable and icceivable shop keepers account books Copy books, ruled and plum Hills Metallic velvet memorandum book» Pens, various Quills mut pinions ditto Penknives,...
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 October 1831
DIARY. Memoranda for the present Week. " , , SUN High Tide. OÍtohcr. Culendttr i ,.:... i . ? lio i u""f"a«r- I rire» tels morn even 31 M l -"»pinna kui render . " r I e.l, mia.| 5 20 | 6 40 4 30 SB November. \ j TV,',', SH"'1S-^-^IL- I t» '»'I h «i I ft 40 i n» ? v ?" v'llU-^^i^irri5T8,o w| eian-r*. 3 | 1 I Prnu-essi»oph.H6 1777 |S I7IB 48 1 7 41 I H 0 4 | F | K.mr WM. howie,! iSiawm! ¿A | , ,.. , H -, 5 I S | Powder Plot, loo.-,-p lo I 0 45 | Q lft , 0 " 6 I S I -M Sun. alter Hunty | 5 14 | 6 46 | lU-(rno~ëô New Moon 4th day, 43 min. past U i" U,e night.
Law Intelligence. SUPREME COURT. CIVIL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 October 1831
- Law Intelligence. SUPREME COURT. Cl\ IL SIDE. Monday, Oetobe; S-l.- Befoie Judge Dowling, and Messrs. Kosi and Donnison,' AxseSaDi s. Aiken v. Malcolm.- Phi» was an action of assumpsit to icuovcr £M, being loi 5 cwt. eil tutlmeul, lind £ IO alleged lo have been deposited with the défendant. The deleiidunl pleaded llie'cciicrul issue. The defence art up was, tust, willi iesiiect to the oat- meal, thatit wr.s pi'isonci's lalions; and secondly,that the deposit had been lelurued. The liisl objection wus lield to be valid hythe learned Ju,tgc,oii Act of Coun- cil, und he lefl the second lo the Assessors, as a mallei' 01 evidence.-Verdict tor the delVifdant." Tuesday, October 25- Bvloie the" Chief Justice, and Mes,is. Busby ano M'haien, Asses-ois, _ Ashley, und others, cxeuutui» of Pickles v. Holt. Th s was au action of tissninpsil to lecover Hie value of 50.*!0 Ibí. ni stool, alleged to havc been shipped on bouul the Mtduay hy ilcleudaul, 01, account of plain- tiff llie delencu to Hie ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 31 October 1831
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ' Sydney ¿¡.Quarterns.-SingleNumbersl d'. Country,(post.included) 6s 3d y ¡Quarter. _ TERMS OP ADVERTISEMENTS. For Eight Lints and under, 2* öd, and \d each, for all above ; for every insertion. FOR LONDON DIRECT. To sail the end of next month. THE Fast-sailing- First Class Ship AUSTRALIA, 373 tons résister, JOHN SLEIGH I', Commander.-She carries an experienced Surgeon. Thi principal part of this ship'» cargo bein« engaged, she will sail according io appointment. Fur freight or p.iasaee apply to Lamb, Buchanan, & Co. Castlereagh.street, September I, 1831. For Liverpool Direot. I^HE very fast sailing, first class brig-, . ? BRANDA, 255 tons, is soon expected from Hobait Town, with a good portion of her return cargo mi board: and as she is under engagement to »nil «Imrlly after le-r arri.val, intending passengers and thippeis arcf lequested to afinlv i in-ned i at«* I v to WM. MORGAN, Sydr.ey, 16th October, 1831. PtillCe-street. N. B.-The BRANDA is a ver...