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Law Intelligence. SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 21 November 1831
Law Intelligence. SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SIDE. Monday, Novernber 14.-Before the Chief Justice, and the usual Commission. Michael Donohoe, John Culbet, and John Buckley, were jointly indicted for a robbery in the dwelling house of Thomas Evenden, and putting John Walker, being therein, in bodily fear, at Bathurst, on the 18th July. The prisoners were found guilty. They were again indicted for a robbery in the dwelling house of Samuel Wilkins, and putting him in bodily fear, at Bathurst, on the 24th July. The prisoners were found guilty, and remanded. &nbsp; Owen Hewitt was indicted for coining and counter- feiting two shillings, purporting to be the coin of the realm, at Sutton Forest, on the 12th October. The se cond count charged him with coining and counterfeit- ing 16 dollars, foreign coin of the realm. The third count charged him with having a mould in his posses- sion for the coining of dollars. The prisoner was found guilty, and sentenced to be transported for seven &...
Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 21 November 1831
Domestic Intelligence. CORONER'S Inquest, --On Monday night a Coroner's Inquest was held on the body of a girl named Mary Ann Wright, who met her death that day, by pulling a tea kettle full of boiling water upon her person. The Jury returned a vevdict of-" Accidental Death."-One of the men concerned in the Annandale robbery, which took place some months ago, has been at last captured ; two other men, who are supposed to have been also concerned in the robbery, were in his company, but they managed to effect their escape.-On Sunday morning, a soldier of the 17th Regiment, on duty on the Liverpool road, observed a man walking along very leisurely with a bundle on his shoulder, which on examination turned out to be a bolt of new canvas ; the fellow first said be was paid two shillings to carry it, and then that he found it ; these stories being contradictory, he was consigned over to the Police. The canvas has not been claimed. Mr. Pearson, of Pitt-street, has, after conside- rable ex...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 21 November 1831
AUSTRALIAN IRON WAREHOUSE, 67, GEORGE-STREET. L. 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, in addition to his former very extensive STOCK, the following general assortment of GOODS, just received pe* the SURRY and MARY ANN, vi?. British and Swedish Iron of every description Blacksmith's bellow» and anvils Scythes, sheep shears, reaping books and sickles Steelyards, scales, and beale beams Brass and iron weights insets Large weights of 7, 14, e», and 56 lbs. Iron teakettles, round and oval, well tinned Iron camp ovens Frjing pans of sizes, long and short handles Cullinders, dredge boxes, and graters Helved hatchets, butcher's cleavers, knives and steel» Spades and »hovell Cross cat and pit saws Hand saws, bra-^ and iron backed lennon saws Back bands, trace, cow, and dog chains Bath stoves, grates, the irons and fenders Brass and metal candlesticks of every descr...
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21st, 1831. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 21 November 1831
The Sydney Herald, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21st, 1831. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." THE last number of Professor Jameson's &nbsp; Philosophical Journal, is rich in its notices re- specting the natural history of New South Wales, Van Diemen's Land, and New Zealaud ; con- tauung not fewer than seven distinct articles on &nbsp; this subject, written respectively by Colonel LINDESAY, Major MITCHELL, Dr. LANG, Pro- fessor JAMESON, Dr. CHRISTIE and Dr. CLIFT, Mr. NICOL, and Dr. GRAHAM, who has con- tributed one article on the Banksia Littoralis, a native plant of New South Wales, which has &nbsp; flowered, for the first time, in the Botanic Garden at Edinburgh. Our natural productions and curiosities are thus shown to advantage in every part of the British empire, through this widely extended Journal; and as Baron Cuvier has entered with as much spirit into the decision of the question respecting our fossil remains, as our British philosophers have done, an atte...
TO THE EDITORS OF THE "SYDNEY HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 21 November 1831
TO THE EDITORS OF THE "SYDNEY HERALD." &nbsp; GENTLEMEN,-Some time ago, an Act of Council relative to the employment, of free labourers and mechanics was passed, which was highly requisite, and from which I anticipated, in common with all other settlers, some improvement in our agricultural pur- &nbsp; suits; but which Act, it appears, is rendered of no effect, by the turnings and twistings of the law. I much fear, that we have too much law for this poor Colony; indeed, I think the law, in all its different ramifications, swallows up one third of the produce of the land in this Colony every year. I am led to write you this letter by an occurrence of the past month, having had six worthy free labourers of our colonial society abscond from my service, deeply in my debt, leaving their work undone. If I apply to the Magistrate, he informs me, that they do not come within the meaning of the Act, that my remedy is at common law. It is possible that his explanation may be c...
RETURN of the Average Wholesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending 26th November. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 November 1831
RETURN of the Average Wliolesale Prices of FARM PRODUCE for the Week ending 26th November. £ /. d. Wheat, best N. S. Wales .... 0 4 10 p. bus.of 601bs. Do. second quality, do.0 3 9 ditto ditto Do. third do. do.0 2 7 ditto ditto Barley, best ditto.0 3 0 ditto of flOlbs. Maize, best ditto.0 3 11 do. measuremt. Colonial Tobacco, best.0 2 0 per lb. Ditto, second quality '.0 1 6J ditto Potatoes,. N. S. Wales. 2 15 0 per toa Ditto, Derwent. 6 io 0 ditto Butler, best salt.2 16 0 per cwt. Cheese, good. 2 II 4 ditto Pork, salt. 1 9 8 ditto. liacbii,.2 x 8 ditto Ham,. 2 7 2 ditto W. C. PUDDEFOOT, Commission Agent, Oeorge-street.
Spirits and Tobacco. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 November 1831
Spirits and Tobacco. 5>tocfc on hand 12th instant, B. P. rum, 45,657 gal- lons; brandy, 31,515 gallons; gin, 10,411 gallons; other spirit«, 5,907 gallons ; tobacco, 68,975 pounds. Received during the week, tobacco, 4,084 pounds. Delivered for home consumption, B. P. rum, 3,215 gallons; brandy, 1,646 gallons; tobacco, 2,229 pounds. Delivered for exportation', B. P. rum, 209 gallons; brandy, .176 gallons; tobacco, 2,229rpounds. Stock on hand 19th instant, B. P. rum, 40,233 gal- lons; brandy;29,49? gallons; gin, 10,411 gallons; other spirits, 5,907 gallons; tobacco, 4,184 pounds. November 21, 1831.
OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 November 1831
OUTWARDS. ABEONA, 22 tons, Cullen, Newcastle, sundries. ALICE, 20 tous, Clavell, Illawarra, ballast. MARV ANN, 11 tons, Longford, Illawarra, sundries. BEE, 14 tons, Sparke, Illawarra, ballast. SALLY, i tons, Crampton, illawarra, ballast. JOHN, 8 tons, Twibble,'Hawkesbury, sundries, JANE, 24'toñjíSnoobert, Illawarra, ballast. HOPE,24 tons. Brown, Newcastle, ditto. SHAMROCK, 34 tons, Williams, ditto, ditto. LAMBTON, 6« tons, Corlette, Port Stephens, sundries. SOPHIA JANE, 130 tons, Biddulph, Newcastle, sun- dries GLATTON, 16 tons, Curran, Newcastle, sundries. NORTHUMBERLAND, l8 tons, Cooper, do. do." DART, 22 ton», Moffat, Port Macquarie, ditto. MAID OF THE MILL, 14 tons, Mossman, Newcastle, sundries. SIR WILLIAM WALLACB, 15 tons, Moffat, Hawkes- bury, ballast. EXPERIMENT, 65 tons, Hill, Shoalhaven, sundries. CEYLON, 11 tons, Melville, Hawkesbury, ditto.
EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 14th to the 21st Instant inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 November 1831
EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 14i/i to the 21st Instant inclusive. PRINCE OF DENMARK, (schooner) 127 tons, Jack master, for New Zealand, 74 casks powder, Io cases muskets, 2 kegs flints, 3 boxes pipes, 30 iron pots, 1 cask hardware, 1 cask tinware, 1 hogshead brandy, 4 kegs tobacco, and stores, VlBILlA, (ship) 360 tons, Stephenson master, for Hobart Town, 349 plunks cedar, 59 planks blue gum, 970 feet scantling, 3 cases soap, 2 packages furniture, and 10 chairs, IL casks pi o visions, lg horses, 24 casks wine, 2 cases arrow-root, I case cinnamon, 4 cases segars, 181 dells, 3 cases cutlery, 1 cask hardware, 1 cask nails, 3 casks harness, I cask boots and shoes, 6 pipes gin, and stores. ARGO, (brig) 170 tons, Billing mister, for Hobart Town ; 125 casks, 0 cases wine, 1 case segars, 20 puncheons rum, 6 hogsheads gin, 1 chest tea, 3 boyces apparel, 1 case slops, 3 cases cottons, 2 bales bagging, I case bonks, 2 boxes plate, 200 deals and planks, 4 casks salt, li cases cheese, 51 cas...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 November 1831
Publio Notice. -00 Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, ' November 21, 1831. THE undermentioned Female Pri- soners of the Crown have obtained Tickets of Leave, in compliance with the Regulations of I7th March, 1820, for good conduct in service ; viz. County of Cumberland. EVAN.-Farish Alice, Louisa ; Hughes Ann, Sove- reign. SYDNEY.-Fitzgerald Catherine, City of Edinburgh. County of Northumberland. MAITLAND.-Walker Mary or M'Nalty, Princess Chailotfc. By Command of His Excellency the Acting Governor, _ALEXANDER M'LEAY
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, November 23, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 November 1831
Government Notioe. I -00- I Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, I . November C3, 1831. | ABRICK BARREL DRAIN being requ red lrom the rear of the Military Barracks to Ii irling Harboui, Persons disposed to Contract for this V/oik, nre invited to transmit Tenders to this Office, by Twelve o'Clock on Tues- day the sixth day of December next, scaled and en- dorsed " Tender tor Drain." Each fender mHSt be accompanied by a letter from some one known person of responsibility, willing to join with the Individual tendering, in a Bond for the completion of the Contract according to the plan, specifications, and conditions, winch will be shewn on application at the Office of Public Works, Sjdney, where any further particulars may be obtained. x¡y L-ommaiiu oí nts Excellency the Acting Governor. I ALEXANDER M'LEAY. j
Coastwise from the 14th to the 21st instant, inclusive. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 November 1831
Coastwise from the litli to the 21st instant, inclusive. INWARDS. SARAH, 16 tons, Le Bas, Port Macquarie, cedar and shingles. JANE.-Si tons, Shoobert, Illawarra, maize. SALLY, 17 tons, Crampton, Illawarra, cedar. ALICE, so tons, Clavell, Illawuria, shingles. HAUY" ANK, li tons, Longford, Illawarra, cedar. SIR WILLIAM WALLACE, 15 tons, Moffat, Hawkes- bury, lime. NORTHUMBERLAND, l8 tons, Cooper, Newcastle, sundries. SOPHIA JANE, 156 tons, Biddulph, Newcastle, sun- dries. - . DART, 21 tons, Moffat, Port Macquarie, sundries. CEYLON, 11 tons, Melville, Hawkesbury, sundries. LAM B TON, 62 tons, Corlette, Port Stephens, sundries. WILLIAM, 21 tons, Brown, Newcastle, coals. SHAMROCK, 34 tons, Williams, Newcastle, coals. EXPERIMENT, 65 tons, Hill, Shoalhaven, sundries. ADMIRAL GIFFORD, 44 tons, Monear, Newcastle, coals. . SNAPPER, 54 tons, Kenniers, Newcastle, cedar. j
Vessels entered outwards from the 14th to the 21st Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 November 1831
Vessels entered outwards from the lith to the 2lst Instant, inclusive. Nov. 14.-EMMA KEMP, 37 tons, Aspmall, Brown, & Co. agenti ; Hobart Town. -15-STIRLING CAbTLE, 351 tons, James King, agent ; Loudon. -15.-CAROLINE, 68 tons, George Bunn ; New Zealand.
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, November 23, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 November 1831
Government Notioe. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, November 23, 1831. CERTAIN Repairs being required I at the Market Place and Pound at Parramatta, I persons disposed to undertake the Work, aie invited to transmit Tenders to this Office by Twelve o'Clock on Tuesday, the 6th day of December next, endorsed " Tender tor Repairs to Market Place and Pound at Parramatta." Each Tender must be accompanied bv a letter from someone known person of responsibility, willing to join with the Individual tendering, in a Bond for the completion of the Contract, according to the specifica- tions and conditions, which will be shewn on applica- tion at the Office of Public Works, Sydney, and Par- ramatta, where any further particulars may be ob- tained. By Command of His Excellency the Acting Governor, ALEXANDER M'LEAY.
COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 14th to the 21st Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 November 1831
COMMERCIAL NEWS. -#- . Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 14th to the 2lst Instant, inclusive. 14th Nov.-FUNCHAL, (barque), 190 tons, Dalgarno master, from Launceston, Lamb Se Co. agents ; 4 cases confectionary, loo bushels wheat, 77 bags flour, J. Mf Dougal ; 219 bags flour, 4,900 bushels wheat, 3 casks biscuit, lo bales wool, 1,800 kangaroo skins, 3 bales and 60O oppossum skins, 1,200 sheep skins, 40 salted hides, Order,
LAUNCESTON NEWS. (From Launceston Papers to the 9th Nov.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 November 1831
LAUNCESTON NEWS. (From Launceston Papers to the 9th Nov.) From authority which we have not the least reason to dispute, we learn that after the expiration of the present year we may expect that no more prison i cr* will be transported from England to these Colonies, ' the Home Government having it in contemplation to send all offenders, in future, to the West Indian Islands, PRICE OF GRAIN.-Wheat, 4s. 3d. to 4s. 6d. Barley, 4s. 6d. Oats, 5s, , GOVERNMENT MECHANICS.-Our old friend, *' Slyboots," enquires, " how are the Government me- chanics in the lumber-yard employed-in doing Go- vernment work, or working for private individuals!" As we cannot answer this question, we insert it, ia order that the better informed may have an oppor- tunity of doing so. We presume, however, that no private work is done in the lumber-yard ; and are certain, if it i«, that it is without the knowledge or sanction of the Inspector of Works. i OIL.-By the last advices from England, we ' leam that black oil...
POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 November 1831
POLICE INCIDENTS. Monday, 21.-George Borton was charged with beine picked up on the race-course, lying on the broad of his back, singing forth lustily, »my lodging is ort the cold ground," for which he was ordered to receive 25 lashes. Dan M'Carthy, for sucking a whiskey bottle, six months on a stretch, wa» ordered to undergo the dis* cipline of 50 lasbes. _ &lt;. John Morris, enjoying hi m iel fin a grog'shop, which he declared he had mistaken for the church, wai sent to the cells for three days. Rusan Irving, drunk, and hugging a mai* servant ? the next house round' the neck, most lovingly. Wee month« to Gordon's Villa, lohn Riley« with an incurable taste for hot punch, ordered 85 lashes to correct the taste. Tuesday»!®.-Jane Hewson, going on a trip of plea i "re to Liverpool, for ten days, with her fancy mau, t i» she described him, wa« tent to the factory tor one "'john Jones, drunk as any gentleman need wish to be was sent 3 hours to the stocks. James Toole, for nearly ...
LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 28 November 1831
LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL 8IDE. Monday, November 21.-Before Judge Dowling, and the usual Commission. alexander thompson was indicted for stealing 1000 dollars, value 200/ ; 200 crowns, valu« 200/. ; £00 half crowns, value 25/., 400 sixpences, value 6/.; 1 bag, value li.; one handkerchief, value 1»., the property of Peter and James Quigley, at Sydney, on the 7th Sept. The second count laid the pioperty as belonging to Peter Quigley, and the third count as James Quigley's. The Jury not being able to agree in their verdict, Thompson wai discharged. Tuesday, November 23,-Before Judge Stephen, and the usual Commission. William Inman was indicted for not having the fear of God before his eves, but being moved and seduced by the instigation of the Devil, did on the 1st September, at Ravensworth, in the Colony of New South Wales, unlawfully, maliciously, and wilfully set on fire one stack, of wheat, the property of James Bowman Esq.; and John Quiller tor being present, Silti...