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PARRAMATTA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 August 1842

PARRAMATTA RACES. These sports commenced yesterday, but   notwithstanding the salubrity of the weather, and the fair state of the roads, the attendance on the course was less than it has been on any   former occasion. The whole number of booths entitled to that name, which appeared in the vicinity of the winning post were consider- ably under a score. On either side of these there were seven or eight very so-and-so     stands, containing ginger-bread, lollipops   sugar candy, and other small confections, such as are generally sold by hawkers in   baskets about town. In the front and rear of   these booths and stands, were a few men with     gaming tables, there was, besides, one as- tonishing character, who performed sundry tricks with sheets and scraps of paper, and who, as a coup de main, when well paid for it, could turn out of his waistcoat pocket   a...

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COUNCIL PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 August 1842

I COUNGH. FArmxs. I lament of the Amount appropriated by Legislative Council, for the Year 184Í, previous Years, which remained uncx A Statement the Le and pix pended when the Accounts submitted lo the Council for the scrtice of that Year were closed. AMOUNT OF SUMS APPROPRIATED, BUT NOT EX- PENDED I'OIl THE SERVICE Ol'TUE rOLLOWINO DEPARTMENTS, VIZ Î £ S. d. Private Secretnry and Estab- lishments . . . 81 15 3 Executive and Legislative Councils . . . 68 4 2 Colonial Secretary . . 369 19 10 Colonial Treasurer . . 932 15 OJ Colonial Botanist . . 10G 10 8 Government Domain, Parra- matta . . . 3f)3 2 7i Australian Museum . , 748 17 6 Colonial Agent General . 225 O 0 Pensions payable in England. 128 12 3 Pensions payable in the Colony . . 401 2 3 Surveyor General . . 1,316 1 !) Colonial Engineer . , '1,971' 11- 71 Town Surveyor . . 1,511 8 11 Supreme Couit, and Crown Law Officers . . . 213 9 8 Coroners . . . 13(i 7 3 Police, Sydney . . . 1,880 1 10? Police, Country Districts . 1,922 1 5...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 August 1842

oóxtueií PA*»*«. MUNICIPAL ACT, ANNO SEXTO, VI CTO It UE KEG1N7E. No. 3. Hy His Exrellercy Sir Gcoitac GUTS, Knight, Captain Geo« ral, and Governor in Chief of the Territory of Now South Wales and ils Depen- dencies and Vice Admiral of the same, willi the advice of ilia Legislative Council. An Act to da lure the Town of Sydney lo be a City, and to Incorporate the Inhabitants tlieriof. HURRAS ii is expedient lo declare the j Town uf S)dney to be a City ; and for lim beliur protcciiuu, care, and manage licamble. m(1|)l yf ",,, |()Cal ¡",,,,,518 "f the In- habitants of the said Town, and for lim improve nient thereof, it is expedient to incorpórale lim " . , said Inhabitants: His it therefore rlarcda Citys e,,!'«l«'<1 >V His lixcollorcy Hie G;i & Inhabitants'i'ernor of New South Wales and its thcicoflncor- Depp idencii's, with Ihe advice of ti e porateJ. Li^isl.i'ive Council thereof, That, from | and after the passing of this Act, the s.iid Town shall be, and bo c...

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 August 1842

COASTERS OUTWARDS. August 3.—Thistle, steamer, 127, Mulhall, for Morpeth, with sundries. Northumberland,   47, Chandler, for Lake Macquarie, with sun-   dries. bee, 12, Toole, for Kiama, with sun- dries. .*. The schooner signalized to the north- ward last evening was the Lucy Ann, from   the McLeay ; she reports the Esther entering the McLeay as she left.     CLE ARANCES YESTERDAY.—The Georgiana,         Captain Richardson, for Singapore ; the Socrates, Captain Grant, for Launceston, with 40 tons coals, 6 tons sugar, and a case of oranges. PROJECTED DEPARTURES.—The Carnarvon,     for the sperm fishery ; the Gulnare and Geor- giana, for Singapore ; the Amelia Raymonde, for Bourbon ; and the Sociates, for Launces- ton, this day. The Sir John Byng, for Hobart Town ; the John Pirie, for Port Phillip ; the Julia, for the Bay of Islands, to-morrow....

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SHEEP BREEDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 August 1842

SHEEP BREEDING. I TnE Journal of the Agricultural Society (Part III., Volume I.,) contains a very excellent article pu the Diseases of Sheep, and as the following note by Professor OWEN, communicated to the Society by the Duke of RICHMOND, refers to a matter which was much discussed about two years since when the catarrh was raginp we have no doubt it will be read with in- terest by our pastoral readers. In reference to the important and inte- resting question of the disadvantage or otherwise of the system of breeding in-and in, I reply, that in common with most other physiologists, I regard it as likely, I may say, certain, to end in the deterioration of the stock, that is, if the system be strictly adhered to. One can readily understand that on a good stock, say of sheep, it may be long be- fore the ill effects of the in-nnd-in .system begin to manifest themselves, because, such n flock may be compared to the Immun popula- tion of one of the small islands of the Pacific. Here, tho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 August 1842

110YAL VICTORIA THEATRE. OUEAT NOVELTY! FOR, THE BENEFIT OF MRS. KNOWLES MRS. KNOWLES begs most respectfully to inform her numerous Friends ¡md Patrons that her BENEFIT is fixed for THIS EVENING, AUGUST 4TH, when she trusts that the labour bestowed in nrrnnging an evening's Entertainments which will prove worthy of the high patronage with which she has always been favoured, together with her continued endeavours to merit the support of the public generally, will ensure her, on this occasion, a continuance of those favours which have hitherto been so plentifully accorded to her. Mrs. K. has the honour to announce that on this occasion will be pre- sented a NEW AND ORIGINAL TRAGIC PLAY, Written by Mr. Knowles, expressly for this occasion, and which will be Îiroduced by permission, and under the special iccnsc of THE IlONOKAnLE THE COLONIAL SECRETARY. The Costumes and Properties by Mr. Simes ; the new and original Music by Mr. S. W, AVallace, the Scenery by Mr. Dennis. The performances...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 August 1842

BIRTH. On the 27th July, at Strowan, Jerry's Plains, the lady of John Robertson, Esq., of a daughter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 August 1842

FOB HOMIOn BAT. HE STEAMER _ SOVEREIGN trill start on Momlny, at 4, p. m., r£3S35SSH3=¿ 'n "cu °* Thursday, as hereto- fore advertised. Goods must be shipped, and passages taken, on or before Saturday, at twelve o'clock. August 4. 1652 rp WILL SAIL POSITIVELY ON WEDNKSDAY, 10TH INSTANT. FOR PORT NICHOLSON DIRECT. THE fast Sailing A. I. Schooner HANNAH, Robert Bell master. For freight   or passage npply on hoard the   vessel, to Captain Bell, at Deloitte's Wharf, or to WILLIS, SANDEMAN, and CO.,   1655 Church Hill arotlco to Shippers and Passenger« por > Caroline," for Hobart Town. THE brig CAJI 0 LINE, Captain Coombs, will clear __JVM^> at the Customs THIS D.W. ¿jjpjj^yctf«." Passengers are requested to be on board in the afternoon. GKORfîE THORNE, Lower George street. Sydney, August 4. 1681 Testimonial to James Macarthur, Bsqulrr, M.O. AT a Meeting held on the Evening of Mon- day, the 1st August, for considering the propriety of evincing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 August 1842

Steamer for South Husskison, Jervis Bay. THE SOPHIA JANE will leave Jaques's Coasting Wharf, Sydney, for the above Port, on the first Thursday in August, and on the first Thursday of every succeeding month, and will call as   usual at Wollongong and Kiama in passing.   The steamer will leave South Huskisson on her return to Sydney, after sunset of the Sunday after her arrival. Goods for the Steamer will be received at the store of Mr. A. Campbell, who will afford every facility to shippers from South Huskisson. Freight, 25s. per ton ; wool, 7s. per bale of the usual size ; and grain 7d. per bushel. Apply to Captain Wiseman, on hoard; to Mr. C. T. Smith, Wollongong ; or to Mr. A. B. SPARK, Sydney. Sydney, July 30._1500 roa iwoanxow BAY. THE FINE STEAMER SOVEREIGN ¡«WV1SE5^ w'" again proceed to Moreton jTiÇifStiBByi on Thursday next, at Four o'clock. 'Passengers and shippers arc reminded that goods must be shipped, and passages taken the day previous. W. G. W...

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THE MUNICIPAL BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 August 1842

I THE MUNICIPAL BILL. THE Australian of yesterday contains an article respecting the Municipal Corpora- tion Bill, of which the following is the opening sentence : An ugly rumour h going about the town, that the Judges have refused to "certify" the Municipal Corporation Bill. What Mr. Justice Stephen's opinion as to the legal com- petency of the Council to pass the Bill may he, we know not. And yet it is upon that learned person's views that the question will depend. We know what Sir James Dowling'» senti- ments upon the point are, as he has expressed them in Council. But, on the other hand, wo believe we are not mistaken in nssorting that Mr. Justice Burton denies the legality of the mensure us cumualiug from the ín-cscu Council. . 'O It was M*. JvsTtCE BURTON'S turn to sit at nisi prius yesterday, and upon taking his scat his Honor gave the most positive contradiction to the above statement, in the following address. Gentlemen of the Bar,-Before-vve proceed to the business of the ...

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SCHEDULES REFERRED TO. A. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 August 1842

SCHEDULES REFERRED TO. A. The space contained within the present Boun- daries of the Town of Sydney, as defined in a Government Notice, dated 6th September, 1833, and published in the Government Gasette of the 11th of that month-to wit, "Bounded on the "1101 th by the waters of Port Jackson, from a " land mark at the head of Blackwattle Bay to " Rushcutters' Bay ; on the east hy the Stream " entering Rushcutters' Bay to a Bridge on the " South Head Road, nt the north-west corner of " Sydney Common ; and by the western boundary n íi "of that common to a wael extending »MW '«to the back ofClevelandHouse; ont«. "that road, and its western fence prolonged t «Mond mark on the road to Cook's Uiver onAi " west by the western side of the road to' cJI l " River, and that line prolonged to the land Jl " at the head of Blackwattle Bny." "1 B. I GIPPS WARD-The portion of the CityofiJ ney, bounded by a line drawn from the k¿3 place, immediately to the west of Dawes* B¡aj| along the road leading ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 August 1842

COUNTRY SALES. Pun SHERIFF.-On the premises, Newtown, this day, at 12 o'clock, Household Furni- ture, Horses, Carts, Gigs, &c. Mu. C. BECK.-At the Market-place, Camp- belltown, August 0, Heifers, Cows, Calves, Bull, eke. MR. BLACKMAN.-At Mrs. Walker's, Red Cow Inn, George-street, Parramatta, loth August, two Farms at Castle Hill, Building Ground at Parramatta, twenty-four Allot- ments of Land in Campbell-street, Parra- matta, &c

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 August 1842

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. We insert, for the information of the Public, an Abstract of all the Public Sale» whick take vlace THIS DAY. Toss AND Lio\i>-At their Rooms, at 11 | o clock, Bottled Fruits, Cheese, Poik, Fiom, Claict, Pott, and Sheny, Caipets, House Blooms, Jams, Jellies, Oats, ¿Vc. MR. BI vcKMVN.-Athis Rooms, at 11 o'clock, Saddleij, Leather Poitmantaus, Travelling Bags, Wilting Cases, Tiunks, Gold Leaf, Wenung Appaiel, Hats, Bonnets, Plumes, Bottled Portel, ice., at 12 o'clock, at the New Cattle Market, fifty head of Cuttle. Mu. STUUUS -At the Cattle Maiket, at 11 o'clock, Sheep, at 12 o'clock, Marcs, Geldings, &c. Ma. I. SIVIMONS.-At his Rooms, at II o'clock, T*a, Cloths, Drills, Duck, Hats, Slops, S tai.hope Gig, Phaeton, Allotments of Land in Pitt-town.

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G. LIST OF PERSONS OBJECTED TO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 August 1842

G. LIST OF PERSONS OBJECTED TO. jH The following Persons have been objected to ns not being entitled lo have their names retained«! Citizen List of the City of Sydney. Christian Name and Surname of each Person objected to. Bntcs Thomas. . Nature of the pro- perty for which he is now rated. House . . . .1 Situation of the property for which he is said tol be now rated in the] Collector's List. Brooks' Farm . . . Ward (or Wards) in which »jj property for which he Í5K*Í to be rated in the Collecfor'ilf Ward. (Signed) A. B., Town ClerL || Printed and I ttblUhed by CIIAM.« KKMP and JOHN F MUT AS, at the Herald Printing Oßtt, George-street, St,dn y, New Sot th Wales, Friday, August 5, 18*2,

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F. LIST OF CLAIMANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 August 1842

LIST OF CLAIMANTS. ? The following Persons claim to have their Names inserted on the Citizen List of the City of Sti Christian Name and Nature of the property Surname of cachi for which he is now Claimant. rated. Situation of the pro- perty for which he is now rated. Ward (or Wards) in «tttjj has been rated, as stated mr claim. Allen John. . House No. 17, King-street. Rated in the last year ia-TO for-Wards), and in tot*| of the preceding year, ia -a Ward (or Wards). (Signed) A. B., Town Cki j

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DIARY. Memoranda for This Day [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 August 1842

. DIA.RY. SXoznornnda for Vhla Day I «""" . I SUN, I HIGH TIDE. A»g»""_I riwsj seK | morn 1 oven 5J__r ii i i) A Y | ii 47 15 13 f fi 54 I 7 l8 Now Moon, August 7, 11 in. to 1, morning.

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E. NOTICE OF OBJECTION. TO THE TOWN CLERK OF SYDNEY, (or to the person objected to, as the case may be.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 August 1842

NOTICE OF OBJECTION. Bj TO THE TOWN CLERK OF SYDNEY, (or lo the person objected to, as the case may if J ft I hereby give you Notice, that I object to the name of Thomas Bates, of Broob'ftll in * Ward, of the City of Sydney, (describe the person objected to, as rfeicnWn|p Citizen List,) being retained on the CitieenList of the City of Sydney. g Dated the day of , in the year M ' (Signed) JOHN ASHTON, of (here state thtfM abode, and property for which h ima ' i to be rated in the Citizen Lilt.) ||

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The Sydney Morning Herald. FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1842. 'Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I.' THE MUNICIPAL ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 August 1842

©fit Sytmcij jilo nuns pjeraHr. FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1S12. ' Sivoim to no Masler, of no Sect am I' THE MUNICIPAL ACT. WE yesterday presented our renders with the first portion of the Act for Incor . porating the City of Sydney, which we conclude in this day's paper, and as all classes of persons will shortly have occa- sion to make themselves acquainted with its provisions, we would recommend our ~\ subscribers who do not file the papev regularly, to take particular care of the numbers containing the Act.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 August 1842

MARRIED. By license, at St. James's Church, on the       2nd instant, by the Rev. Robert Allwood, Joshua Richmond Young, Esq., Merchant, to     Mary, second daughter of the late Robert Scott, Esq., Turin, Forfarshire, Scotland.     DEATH. On board the Medusa, on her passage from England, Miss Eliza Graham, second daughter   of James Graham, Esq., a resident in this   Colony, and granddaughter of the late George Graham, Esq., Member of Parliament, and   Lord-Lieutenant of the County of Kinross, in Scotland.

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D. NOTICE OF CLAIM. TO THE TOWN CLERK OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 August 1842

D. ' ' /'' i NOTICE OF CLAIM. - - I TO THE TOWN CLERK OF SYDNEY. I I hereby give you notice, that I claim to have my name inserted in the Citizen List i\ City of Sydney ; that I occupy (here describe the house, warehouse, counting house, or tkf occupied by claimant,) in the City ; and that I have been rated in Ward, (hern the Ward, or several Wards, and the time during which the claimant has been rated in eath o/l within the City, necessary for his qualification.) Dated the day of in the year (Sigucd) JOHN ALLEN, of (place of abode.)

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