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HOBART TOWN NEWS. (From the Colonial Times of November 16.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 December 1831
HOBART TOWN NEWS. &nbsp; &nbsp; (From the Coloniat Times of November 16.) Nov. 15. - Arrived the transport ship Strath fieldsay, Capt. Harrison, from London the 2d August, with 221 male prisoners, three having died on the pas- sage. - Surgeon Superintendent, Dr. Ross, R. N. Pas- sengers, Captain England, Ensign Tiller, Ensign Mo- neyfield, and 52 rank and file, belonging to the 4th re- &nbsp; giment, and 7 women and 5 children. Same day, arrived the brig Brilliant, Capt. G. Hopton, from London the 28th May, and the Cape of Good Hope the 24th September, with a general cargo. &nbsp; &nbsp; Passengers in the cabin, Mr. Jennings, Mr. Babbington, and Mr. Robinson; in the steerage, Mr. Halstead, Mrs. Halstead, Miss Halstead, Harriet Halstead, Mary Hal- stead, Sarah Halstead, Robert Halstead, and an infant one day old ; Mr. Blossom, Mr. Morley, and Mr. John Carr. The Henry was in the Downs when the Strath fieldsay left ; and report says that the Medw...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 December 1831
FOR LONDON DIRECT. THE Ship PRINCE REGENT, CHARLES MAT-LARD, R. N. Commander, is now laid on for London, and lins part of her Cargo on board. She will bu dispatched in all the month of December next ; ha« very superior accommodations for Passengers, and carries an experienced Surgeon. For freight or passage, apply lo the Commander on board : or, lo - GEO. BUNN, 98, George-street, Sydney, 19th October, 1631. FOR LONDON DIRECT, THE well known fast-sailing Ship SURRY, 46l Tons Register, CHARLES KEMP Commander. This Ship having been recently in the Service of the Honorable East India Company, was nearly rebuilt under the inspection of their Surveyors, and may now be considercdeqnal to a new vessel. As the cargo of Sperm Oil just arrived In the Cape . Packet is iiboat to be transhipped to the Surry, »he will be one of the first ships for England ; and having orlop beams nnd great space betwixt decks, Flax and Wool will be kept entirely distinct from the Oil. Her accommodations ure excell...
Government Order, Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, (No. 29.) November 24, 1831. ASSIGNED SERVANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 December 1831
Government Order» Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, I (Ko. ¡29.) - November 24, 183Í. j ASSIGNED SERVANTS. | HIS Excellency the Acting Governor is pleased to direct, that the following modi- fication of the Regulations respecting Appli cations for Assigned Servants, contained in the Go- vernment Order of the 10th instant. No. 28, be pub libhed for general information, and be in loree from the First day of next month, viz. 1,-All Applications for Male Servants are to be ad- dressed to " The Board for the Assignment ot Ser- vants," at the Council Chambers, in Macquarie, street, Sydney, and not, ia heretofore, to tile Prin- cipal Superintendent of Convicts. S,-No application, excepting on the established printed rorui, now subjoined, will he attended to ; and parties using any other Form will have their applications returned. 3,~¿very Application must have all the blanks cor- rectly filled up , and, ia addition to the information now required, ljt the Applicant be not rendent in Svd...
LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 December 1831
LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. On the 17th July Mr. Hunt gave notice that lie should move in the committee, as a substitute for the £10 dante, that if any peer should interfere m the election of members of this house, he should be for the . first offence fined £10,000 and imprisoned one year in the Tower ; for the second offence £20.000 and two years* imprisonment ; and for a thiid. that he should forfeit his estate«, his title should become extinct, and he should be transported for life. On the 19th instant, Lord Althorp made a I most important communication respecting Prince Leopold's pension (the like communication was also made to the House of Lords by Earl Grey ) It con sisted of Prince Leopold's letter to Earl Grev in which the Prince states that, previously to quittimr this country, he desired to impart ins views resoectinc his income. Being Sovereign of the Belgians, he did not de-ire to derive any emoluments from this country but as he proposes to continue the possession of Clare! mo...
The Sydney Herald. MONDAY, DECEMBER 5th, 1831. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 December 1831
The Sydney Herald. &nbsp; MONDAY, DECEMBER 5th, 1831. . &nbsp; "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." ' We are happy to announce to our Sub- scribers, that our New Governor General RICHARD BOURKE, of Thornville, in the County of Limerick, arrived with his suite on Friday last, at Mid-day. A sa- lute was fired, and soon after the Acting Governor, the Archdeacon, and others paid him a visit on board prior to his landing. He was sworn in on Saturday, and we understand met with such a reception from a loyal and dutiful peo- ple, as his previous high character entitled him to expect, and His Majesty's Govern- ment had reason to anticipate. Whether we shall have many other changes in po- litical life or not still remains a secret; nor is it known, whether the line of policy patronised in the time of our late Gover- nor will be persevered in by our present Ruler ; we trust it will not be deemed advisable to revert to scenes nearly for- gotten, and that no past, transactions...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 December 1831
MARRIAGE.—By Special Licence, at Bathurst on Tuesday last the 29th November, by the Rev. J. E. Keane. Wm. Dawes, Esq. of Sydney, to Miss Mary Ann Wilton of Bathurst. BIRTHS.—On Saturday, the 19th Nov., on board the Lotus, on her passage from Hobart Town to this Port, Mrs. Edye Manning of a son. On Saturday last, the 26th Nov., the Lady of F. Gar- ling, Esq. junior, of a daughter. ———— Edited, Printed and Published, by WARD STEPHENS, AND FREDERICK MICHAEL STOKES (Sole Proprietors.) No. 5, KING STREET, SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES.
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, November 28, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 December 1831
Government Notice. &nbsp; &nbsp; Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, &nbsp; November 28, 1831 &nbsp; HIS Excellency the Acting Governor has been pleased to approve of the following alterations in the Police of the Colony; viz. Under the Government Order, No. 12, of the 23rd May, 1831. PARRAMATTA.- Matthew Hall, per Prince Regent, to be Ordinary Constable, in the room of Robert &nbsp; Waterworth, deceased. By His Excellency's Command, &nbsp; ALEXANDER M'LEAY. &nbsp;
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 5 December 1831
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. , The friends and well wishers of Dr. Lang are, we are informed, raising a subscription to present him with a piece of plate, as a token of res- pect for his strenuous endeavours to ad vance Australia. - The Supreme Court ad journed on Monday, to the 1st February next. -On Friday week, during the absence of Mr. Wyer from his residence, in Market-street, the &nbsp; house was robbed of some money, a gold watch, with seals and rings, and other jewellery, amounting in the whole to about £50.--On Monday evening last, as a simple jack tar was passing down George-Street, he was accosted by a lady in dashing attire, who, after exchanging the usual compliments of the evening, unceremo- niously eased the sailor of his watch. On searching " Juliet," the time-piece was disco- vered carefully concealed under one of her arms. A gallant constable politely handed her to the nearest watch-house. ---The repairs to the Eli- zabeth, belonging to the house of Lamb, Bucha- ...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 December 1831
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. From Port Macquarie, on Sunday, 5th instant, the cutter Dart. From New Zealand, on Mon- day last, the brig William Stoveld, Captain Davidson, with 190 tuns of black and sperm oil. From the South Sea fisheries, the same day, the barque Jane, Captain Watson, with 180 tuns of black, oil. From New Zealand, on Tuesday last, His Majesty's brig Zebra, From Hobart Town, on Wednesday last, whence she sailed the 29th ult., the barque Integrity, Captain Ord, with a cargo of wheat. From the sperm fishery, same day, the schooner New Zealandcr, with 17 tuns of oil. From Newcastle, same day, the steamer Sophia Jane. From the South Sea fishery, on Friday last, the ship Elizabeth, with 350 tons of black oil. From Port Stephens, the same day, the cutter Lambton. From New Zealand, yester- day, the Waterloo, with 40 turn of oil. DEPARTURES For China, on Monday last, 'the ship Larkint passenger, Mr. Edwards. For Newcastle «5 Friday last, the steamer Sophia Jane. For'the ...
Spirits and Tobacco. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 December 1831
I ~ Spirits and Tobacco. Stock on hand 26th instant, B. P. mm, 37,007 gal- lons; brandy, 29,031 gallons; gin, 10,3731 gallons; other spirits, 5,907 gallons ; tobacco, 60,887 pounds. Received during the week (ml.) Delivered for home consumption, B. P. rum. 1,951 gallons; brandy, 2G2 gallons; gin, 499$ gallon» ; to- bacco, 2,775 pounds. Delivered for exportation, (m7.) Stock on hand 3rd instant, B. P. rum,' 35,054 gal- lons; brandy, 28,769 gallons; gin, 9.874 gallons; other spirits, 5,907 gallons; tobacco, 58,112 pounds. December 5, 1831.
OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 December 1831
OUTWARDS. - I JANE, 24 tons, Shoobeit, Illawarra, sundries. - MAITLAND, 49 tons, Nickells, Newcastle, sundries. .SA HA II, 16 tons, Le Bas, Port Macquarie, sundries. LINNET, 12 tons, Barker, Brisbane Water, sundries. GLATTON, )G tons, Curran, Newcastle, ballast. LAMBTON, 62 tons. Corlette, Port Stephens, sundries. AUSTRALIA, I? tons, Hall, Hawkesbury, «undries. ALEXANDER M'LEAY, 39 tons, Hill, Shoalhaven, - sundries. MONITOR, 28 tons, Smith, Newcastle, ballast. SALLY, 17 tons, Crampton, Illawarra, ballast. WILLIAM, 12 tons, Robinson, Illawarra, ballast. BEE, 14 tons, Sparks, Illawarra, ballast. SOPHIA JANE, 156, Biddulph, Newcastle, sundries.
Coastwise from the 28th ult. to the 5th instant, inclusive. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 December 1831
Coastwise from the 28th ult. to the 5th instant, inclusive. INWARDS. i LAMBTON, 62 tons, Corlette, Port Stephen», anndriei. WILLIAM, 14 tons, Robinson, Illawarra, cedar. BEE, M tons, Sparks, Illawarra, cedar. LINNET..IO tiins, Barker, Brisbane Water, sundries. ABEONA, 2i tons, Callum, Newcastle, sundries. SOPHIA JANE, 156 tons, Biddulph, Newcastle, sun- dries. ,MAlD,OF THE MILL,-- tons, Mossman, Newcastle, maize and coals. SALLY, 17 tons, Compton, Illawarra, cedar. JANE, 21 tons, Shoobert, Illawarra, cedar.
PROJECTED DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 December 1831
J PROJECTED DEPARTURE. I South Seas-LYNX, 180 tons, W. Walker & Co. agents, 8th instant. Swan River-FUNCHAL, 100 tons, Lamb St Co. agents, 11th instant. Lo > Island-CALEOONIA, 25 tons, II. M'Kay agent, this day. ? London-PRINCE' REGENT, 394 tons, George Bunn agent, indefinite.
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, December 7, 1831. DISCHARGED SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 December 1831
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, December 7, I8ÄI. I . DISCHARGED SOLDIERS. [ IN compliance with the Instructions of the Right Honourable the Secretary of State, His Excellency the Governor commands it to be notified, that with a view to secure uniformity in the mode of disposing of Crown Lands, the following modi* ficalionB aie to be adopted of the Regutatioui published in the Government Order of 1st August, 1831, No. S2, and the Government Notice of 30th August, 18.11, respecting Free Grants to Discharged Soldiers, viz.-. 1.-All Parties, without exception, who may be de si rou s of obtaining Land, will be required to pur- chase it at the Public Sales, and to make application accordingly, in the prescribed Form, through tha Surveyor-GeneraL t.-In lien of the Free Grants heretofore allowed, the Purchase-money will be remitted in the following proportions, namely, to Non Commissioned Officers, each £50 Rank and File .£25 3,-In order to-obtain such remission, th...
Vessels entered outwards from the 28th ult. to the 5th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 December 1831
Vessels entered outwards from the 28th tilt, to the 5th Instant, inclusive. Nov. 28-ELIZABETH - tona, Lamb Se Co. agents, Hobart Town, New Zealand and London. -29-LYNX, 1B0 tons, W. Walker & Co. agents, South Seas. -TIGRESS, 192 tons, A. Mossman agent, South Seas. -30.-FUNCHALL, 190 ton», Lamb St Co. agents, Swan River. -LAUKlNS, 700 tons, J* Learmonth agent. Canton. Dec. 1-JANE, 273 tons. A. B. Spark agent, London. -2.-CALEDONIA, 25 tons, Hugh M'Kay agent, Loo Island, Tories' Streets,
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, December 1, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 December 1831
government -Notice^ j I Colonial Secretary*» Office, Sydney, I 1 _ December 1,18SI. I HIS Excellency the Acting Governor has been pleased to approve of the following alterations in the Police of the Colony, viz_ l SYDNEY.-?,» be Constable, Maurice M'Carthy free, from the 18th ultimo. Constable rofgned.r-Middleton Knights, on the I4th ultimo. By His-Excellency's Command, _ALEXANDER M'LEAY.
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, December 7, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 December 1831
I Government Notioe, j Colonial Secretary's Offlee, Sydney, _ ' ' December 7,1831. THE* Tenders received ia pursuance of tbejBovernmetrt «otice of the jSWb of Oc- tober fast, having-made no provision for the conveyance of the Mails between the undermentioned places, persons di'pn.ed to provide the same under the conditions of the former Notice, are invited to tran* mit ihuir Offers to this Olfico, by le o'clock on Tues- day, the COth instant, eudorsed «? Tender for Convey- ance of Mnli." From Penrith to Bathurst, and from Bathurst to Pen- rith, tia Cojht'* Inn, once or twice a Week. From Campbell Town to Bong1 Bong, and from Bong Bong to Campbell Town, once or twice a week. Front Maitland to Alodrn's lim, Falbrook, via Dar Impton and back, once a week. uy command ot His Excellency the Governor, ,_ ALEXANDER M'LEAY.
COMMERCIAL NEWS. Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 23th ult. to the 5th Instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 December 1831
COMMERCIAL NEWS. -? "??»-, Sydney General Trade List. Compiled and Published under the Authority of the .Customs. IMPORTS. Reports from the 23th ult. to the 5th Instant, inclusive. Nov. 2Q.-YARE, (brig), 266 tons. Lennox master, from j Liverpool via Hobatt Town ; W. Morgan agent ; 45 I lons salt, 1 truss stationery, 14 packages furniture, 1 case hardware, 3J ton9 iron, 1 case haberdashery, 1 case apparel, 1 box newspapers, 1 bag coffee, 2 bar- rels cyder, 3.1 tierces beer, I case wine, 1 case Ge- neva, 1 pipe brandy, 20 hams, W. Morgan; 3 trustes 2 boxes woollen«, R. Jones; 5 cases cottons, Camp- bell & Co. ; 1 cask palm oil, 8 cases copper, 3 bags nails, 1 barrel flint glass, 70 boxes «lass, 6 bales cotion stuff», Aspinall, Brown, & Co. ; 1 case thrashing machine, J. Radcliff; 21 boxes cottons; J. B. Montefiore & Co.; 1 bale stuffs, 10 casks, 3 cases hardware, Ii. Donnison ; 6 casks hardware, 15 bundles spades, 3 bundles forks, J. Scougal ; 2 boxes apparel, ...
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, December 7, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Herald — 12 December 1831
Government Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, -Sydney, J December 7i 1831. | HIS Excellency the Governor directs it to be notified, that he will receive Civil Servants ort the husiness of their several de- partments, at Government House, Sydney, from Ten to Eleven »"Clock in the Forenoon of everyday, Sundays excepted. It is requested that all other Persons, (not Military), having business with Hi* Excellency, and desirous of an interview, will be pleased lo write their names and address in a Book left for the poj-posc in the Waiting room at Government Honse, on any Day, except Sun- day, before Twelve o'clock at noon,, and to attend from Twelve to One on the same day. , By Hi» Excellency's Command, ________ ALEXANDER M'LEÄY.