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MARKETS. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 December 1831
MATtKETS, I THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1. I The supply this morning was moderate, and most articles in demand. Two hundred bushels of new wheat were brought to market, and sold from 4s. to 4s. 9d. per bushel, weighing 60 lbs. A very small portion of old wheat was exhibited. Maize, barley, oats, and rye not plentiful, and without any alteration. Potatoes were a shade lower, other vegetables stationary. Candles and soap are gradually falling in price. Dairy pro duce, excepting fresh butter, at our last quota- tions. But little business has been done during the week in cattle or sheep. Horses, broke for j the saddle, are rising up in price. j
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 December 1831
Shipping Intelligence. I ARRIVALS. I From New Zealand, on Monday, the schooner 'Harlequin, Burrell master, with 13 tous. flax. From London via Hobart Town, sam© day, the ship Lotus, Captain Summerson. Lading, mer- chandize. Passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Manning, Mr. and Miss Merritt, William and Frederick Merritt, Mr. and Mrs. Coleman and son, Mr. G. R. Stubbs, Mrs. Wright and two children, Mrs. Wilson, James Steel, Matthew Gosling, Thomas, 'Truelove, William Wills, and Thomas Martin. From Liverpool via Hobart Town, same day, having left the former place the 17Ih April, and the latter the 9th ult., the brig Yare, Captain Lenox. Lading, merchandize. Passengers, Mr. J. A. Hilton, Mr. James Dempsey, Ann Hayes, Patrick Fitzsimmonds, and James Holmes. From Newcastle, on Wednesday, the steamer Sophia Jane. From the sperm fishery, on Thurs- day, the barque Cape Packet, Captain Edwards, with 200 tuns of operm oil. From London, on Friday, whence she sailed the 24th of July, the ship Margaret, Cap...
Government Notice, Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, November 28, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 December 1831
Government Notice, I -oo- I Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney,. 1 November 28, 1831. HIS Excellency the Acting Governor has been pleased to approve of the appoint- ment of Ralph Mills Clarke, free, to be ponndkeeper at Paterson's Plains, from the 1st instant. Bv Command of His Excellency tile Acting governor, * ALEXANDER M'LEAY".
Spirits and Tobacco. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 December 1831
Spirits and Tobacco. I' Stock on hand 12th instant, B. P. rum, 40,233 gal- lons; brandy, 29,403 gallons; gin, 10,411 gallons; other spirits, 5,907 gallons; tobacco, C3.662 pounds. Delivered for home consumption, B. P. ram, 3,004 gallons; brandy, 393 gallons; gin, 6¿ gallons; to* bacco, 1,439 pounds. Delivered for exportation, B. P. mm, 223 gallons; brandy, 69 gallons; gin, 33 gallons ; tobacco, 386 pounds. Stock on hand 26th instant, B. P. rum, 37,007 gal- lons; brandy, 29,031 gallons; gin, 10,373} gallons; other spirits, 5,907 gallons ; tobacco, 60,887. pounds. November 28,11331.
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, November 30, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 December 1831
Government Notice. &nbsp; Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, November 30,1831. THE Governor will hold his ANNUAL CONFERENCE with the Chiefs and Tribes of &nbsp; the Natives, on Tuesday, the 10th of January next, at the Hour of Eleven in the Forenoon, at the Market-place, Parramatta. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER McLEAY.
OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 December 1831
OUTWARDS. I BEE, 14 tons, Robinson, Illawarra, ballast. REDPOLR, 8 tons, Murray, Broken Bay, ballast. MONITOR, 22 tons. Smith, Newcastle, ballast. NANCY; 10 tons, Williams, Hawkesbury, sundries: BEE, 14 tons, Sparks, Illawarra, sundries. SNAPPER, 51 tons, Hall, Newcastle, sundries. SALLY, 17 tons, Crampton, Illawarra, ballast, ALICE, 26 tons. Clavell, Illawarra, ballast. MARY ANN, 11 tons, Longford, illawarra, sundries. WILLIAM, Iß tone, Robinson, Illawarra, ballast. PANDORA, 87 tons, Brown, Newcastle, sundries. SOPHIA JANE, 156 tons, Biddulph, Newcastle, sun- dries. SHAMROCK, 30 tons, Williams, Newcastle, ballast.
Coastwise from the 21st to the 28th instant, inclusive. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 December 1831
Coastwise from the 2lst to the ?8fA instant, inclusive. INWARDS. I ALICE, 20 tons, Clavell, Illawarra, cedar. MARY ANN, li tons, Longfoid, Illawarra,cedar. BEE, 14 tons, Spai ks, Illawarra, cedar. SALLY, 17 tous, Crampton, Illawarra, cedar. HOPE, 24 tons, Brown, Newcastle, coals. SHAMROCK. 30 tons, Williams, Newcastle, coals. WILLIAM IV., Taggart, Newcastle, sundries. WILLIAM, 13 tons, Robinson, Illawarra, cedar. CALEDONIA, 26 tons, Books: Hawkesbury, maize: JANE, 24 tons, Shoobert. Illawarra, cedar and maize GLATTON, 16 tons, Curran, Newcastle, coal». SOPHIA JANE, 156 tons, Biddulph, Newcastle, sun- dries.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 December 1831
Impounding -Advertisement. IMPOUNDED, at West Bargo, on the llth instant, by Win. Scott, one bUck Bullock, branded al' on the off* ittuip, »hiw mark on the forehead, and white on top ot tail, aged; one Bullock til llii above description, with the same brand. They have been on the run about three yean.-[IK] At the Umvpasture Budge, in the County of Camden, on the *8th instant, by It. Connor, one brown-sided poll Cow, back, belly, and tail while, unil P red bull Calf, bran- ded on Hie hip with iwo J's across ; out red-sided Helfet, back, belly, and tail white, head and legs p uti y white ; one red and white working Bullock, ?branded on the off hip apparently with a Crown; one yellow Bullock, end ot tail white, branded on the near shoulder B, one red and white Cow, «branded on the near hip N, off ear split, with a white and brindle male Calf, one red Cow, rump, belly, and "lull white, branded on the near hip N, wah a red male Call ; one black sided Cow. back, belly, and tail white, bra...
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 December 1831
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. --no We have received the poetry of " TV11 Gammon," with its enclosure, but aa it contains personal allusions, we cannot insert it without the au- thor's name, and then only as an Advertise- ment. It shall he returned on a proper au- thority being presented. Tv"e shall insert " Inquisitor" in our next, and -should a reply be forwarded it will also be published ; but, as we cannot admit lengthened discussions, we beg to state, that further communications on the subject will not be at- tended to from either party. " Genio" has been received, but cannot be in- serted, as his letter contains severe reflections . opon an individual now absent; we have likewise resolved not to attend to any anonymo us personal communications.
EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 21st to the 28th Instant inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 December 1831
EXPORTS. Vessels cleared from the 21st to the 23lh Instant inclusive. FAIRY (cutter), 28 tons, Akers master, for New Zea. laud; 10 kegs, % hhds. tobacco, lo cases muskets, 1 case blunderbusses, 2 casks catouch boxes, 6 kegs balls, 4 bags shut, 1 keg flints, 109 kegs gunpowder, 1 ouse canisters, 4 sheels lead, 3 bales blankets, 1 bale Jiandkeichiefs, I case leather belts, 1 case paper, 17 boxes pipes, 2 cases ironmongery, 100 iron pots, G cu.sk¿ oil. EMMA KEMP (schooner,) 37 tons, Ilayle master, for Hobart Town; 86 logs cedar, 2 casks hams.6 kegs butter, 1 box Stationen , a marble mortars, I steam kitchen, 2 copper boilers, 7 packages hardware, 1 package earthenware, 1 garden pump, 10 tub* gar- den seeds, 3,8 bugs rice, ; case sago, 14 cases wine, 1 case brandy, 2 casts liqueur;, and stores. JUNO (bi ig), 813 tons, Banks master, for the South Seas ; fishery stores.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 December 1831
FORM. APPLICATION FOR MALE CONVICT SERVANTS. TO THE BOARD FOR THE ASSIGNMENT OF SERVANTS. Dßted. GENTLEMEN, In conformity with the Regulations, I request that Convict Servant may be as sigued to me of the following description ; viz: I reside at in the County of Tam and hold Acre» of Land ; o( which Acres are cleared, and Acres are in Tillage I poa«ees Horses Head of Cattle, and Sheep, I now employ fra*, MXUL .. Convict Servants ; viz. of whom have been in my service upwards of three years, and upwards of one year ; Assigned Servants have been returned by me to Go- vernment within the last two years, and others have absconded from my service daring that period. My Agent, Mr. residing at is fully empowered to receive suoh Servants as may be assigned to me, and to defray all Expenses in- curred on their Account. I am, Gentlemen, Your obedient hnmble Servant, * Certificate. N. B-Applications for Mechanios and Tradesmen must be made distinct from those for Meu of other descriptions. All...
COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 21st to the 28th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 December 1831
COMMERCIAL NEWS. '_-* Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 2\st to the 2Sih Instant, inclusive. Nov. 33.-NEREUS (barque), 124 tons, Allan master, from Hobart Town, P. li. Rapsey agent; 800 bushel* wheat, 1 ton rope, 1 case apparel, 1 COhk turnery, P. H- Rapsey ; 1000 bushels of «vlieat, 5 bundles kangaroo skins, W. flowers j 230 bushels wheat, W. Morgan ; 09 pigs lead, J. H. Allen ; 7 casks whale oil, F. Mitchell ; 1 biinrilo kangaroo skins, Jil. Solomon ; 16 bundles kangaroo skins, O. Rand ; 4 bales caudle-wick, 1 package malting, 33 bags saltpetre, Lamb & Co.; 235 bags flour, Appleton de Co.; 1 case books, G. Barker ; 4 cases luinkcen, 5 packages cassia, 3 packages Fugar candy, W.-Wal- ker & Co. ; 35 chests and 33 half chests tea, Aspi nall, Browne, &lt;5i Co. ; 3 bales carpeting, J> B. Mon- tefiore Se Co. ; 3 casks arrow.root, R. Campbell junior & Co. ; 1 bale and 500 kan...
TO THE EDITORS OF THE SYDNEY HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 December 1831
TO THE EDITORS OF THE SYDNEY HERALD. GENTLEMEN.-I must consider with every re fleeting individual the Introduction of steam vessels as one of the most auspicious events which could happen in our rising Colony; and while such facilities are thereby afforded to the commerce and agriculture of the Colony, the owners' interests are proportionably forwarded. But, Gentlemen, should the proprietors resort to the expedient of lowering the. rates of passage and freight to the Hunter, I am certain that an extensive nug mentation must accrue from the adoption of 6uch a measure, hundreds of the settlers and their town friends could then, willi less reluctance, more fre- quently avail themselves of a cheap and certain con- veyance which the high fares at present demanded preclude from that gratification. It was'reckoned a bold measure when the Chan- cellor of the Exchequer some years since proposed the reduction of duty ou spirits to a scale little more than nominal. " The Pennywise," economists...
Original Correspondence. TO THE EDITORS OF THE SYDNEY HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 December 1831
íMgínal Cavvciytsvtttttttt. TO THE EDITORS OF THE SYDNEY HERALD. ".A plague of opinion; a man may wear it on both sides like u leather jerkin,"-Shakapeare. GENTLEMEN-I cannot allow «' Leather Lungs" to pass without a reply, respecting the qualities of leather manufactured in the Colony, particularly goat skins, being porous and subject to moisture. The fact Is allowed , but, nevertheless, when dressed in oil this skin is very durable, and is used in England, all over the Continent, and at the Cape of Good Hope, for the purposes of boot-making, &c. It is peculiarly adapted for wear in warm climates ; and the farmer of Australia might rear (locks of goats, which give but very lillie trouble, with considerableadvant ige to him- self and the Colony generally, particularly when con sideied that this would be the first »ter" towards pre- venting the great importation of kangaroo skins from the Sister Colony. Besides, presuming that kangaroo skins should be used in preference to al...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 December 1831
THE advantages of ADVERTISING IN THE sviDsrira uim^&w&> Must be evident to the Public, when they are informed that it has nearly (1000) ONE THOUSAND SUBSCRIBERS ! WHICH IS Considerably more than any other SYDNEY JOURNAL 11 AND THE $ttc«rf tat the $jqier & ®»b*rtíáemettt¿ ARE THE LOWEST IN THE COLONY i ! ! *»* Subscribers are requested to take notice, that the Quarters' subscription to the Sydney He- rald, end on the 31st March, 30th June, 30th September, and the 31st December, at which periods only can persons decline their sub- scriptions ; and the Paper will continue to be sent, and the parties charged therewith, until countermanded in writing. Advertisers are informed that Advertisements (unless the number of insertions be written on the manuscripts) will be inserted in every publication, till orders are received for their discontinuance. _ WANTED. WITHIN Five Miles of Sydney, a COTTAGE with GARDEN and ORCHARD attached ; apply by letter to W. II. Y....
LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 December 1831
LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SIDE. Monday, November 28.-Judge Stephen took his «eat this morning to pass sentence upon prisoners con- victed during the week. James Goulding, convicted of embezzlement, was sentenced, under all the circumstances of the case, &nbsp; to be worked in irons on the public roads for twelve &nbsp; months. Alexander McAlister and George Fordham, convicted of a highway robbery. Mr. Rowe, in arrest of judg- ment, contended on behalf of the prisoners, that high- way robbery consisted in violently taking from the person against the consent of the owner ; putting in fear ; or a struggle between the parties for the posses- sion of the property; not as in this case, where the property was taken without the knowledge of the owner, it amounted merely to a larceny. In various cases reported in Russell and Ryan, this point was de- cided - the King v. Battege, for stealing an ear-ring from the ear of a lady, as she was coming out of the opera...
POLICE INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 December 1831
POLICE INCIDENTS. Monday,November 28. - John Carney, an idle young dog was charged with telling his master he would not work -not he, no he'd give his master a pill first; 25 lashes. Pat Higgins, for the gentlemanly amusement of pelt- ing a man's door with brickbats at the dead hour of night, was sent three days to the mill. John Crawley and John Smith were charged with having five loaves in cut at once, on the plea that they could not eat stale bread, and when required to finish the loaves in question, with bolting to the baker's and purchasing a twopenny burster ; 3 days on the tread mill. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Stephen Smith was fully committed to take his trial for an extensive robbery of Mr. Inglis's, stores, being the property of the Australian Company. James Thompson, whose wife had a shawl, part of the pro- perty so stolen, was discharged, it clearly appearing Smith had made her a present of it. Thomas Hinton, in whose house some of the stolen property ...