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COUNTRY SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 September 1842

COUNTRY SALE. inn biiERii'F-Un the Premises, Clarence River, September 19, Household Furniture, Horses, Mares, Working Bullocks, &c.

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. GRANTS OF LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 September 1842

GOVEKivniBN'r OAzaiia. GRANTS OF LAND. COLONIAL Secretary's Office, Sydney, Sep- tember, 6,1812.-The following descriptions of Grants of Lund and Town .Allotments, with the names of the persons to whom they were originally promised, or by whom they are now cluiineel, are published for general infor- mation, in order that nil p.-uties concerned may have an opportunity oFcorrccting any errors or omission that may have been made inadvertently. It is lequested that within three months from this date, the particulars re- quired by the Government Notice of the 1st October, 1838, maybe accurately furnished to this Office. If these be duly furnished and satisfactory, and if no Caveat be lodged, or other cause of uncertainty ap- pear, the Deeds will be prepared accord- ingly, as soon as possible after the cx Ï¡ration of the stated period of three mouths, f the required particulai s be not furnished within that period, or if a Caveat be lodged, , or other cause of uncertainty arise, which can...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 September 1842

IMPOUNDINGS. ST. AUBIN'S, SCONE.-From the cstato of P. M. M'lntyre, Esq., of Blamorc, on the ;6th August, 1842:--One dark brown colt, . long mane, and tail, a blaze down the fore- head, rising throe years old, about fourteen hands high, branded on off shouler WJ or -WS; If the above described Horse is not ?released/it will be sold on the 27th of Sep- tember. J. CLARKE. [9S. (id. SCONE.-August 25 : From the estate of . William Dumaresq, Esq., for trespass in grass {loddock; damages Is. per head :-One black Hillock, branded near shoulder, rump and ribs, JC over 2. One red sided steer, same brand. One red male calf, same brand. One red and white spotted' male calf, same brand. One "white stec, red cheeks, same brand. One red sided heifer calf, same brand. One yellow cow, same brand, on off rump like a Btar over 167. One strawberry steer, branded on off rump IC One red and white heifer, and one red heifer, same brand. One red sided male calf,nearruinp,ribs and shoulderJC. Also, on the 2...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 September 1842

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. FROM Oporto, via the Cape of Good Hope, and Hobart Town, yesterday, having left the former 4th April, Cape of Good Hope the 7th   July, and Hobart Town the 3rd instant, the   brig Olinda, 220 tons, Captain Crickmay, with wine, potatoes, &c. Passengers—Mr. Matthews, and Mr. Tapner. From Port Phillip, yesterday, having left the 6th instant, the barque Caledonia, 405 tons, Captain Liddell, in ballast. Passengers, Dr.   Sullivan, Messrs. Westgarth, D. Smith,   Lynch, Wilkinson, and four in the steerage.  

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DEPARTURES.—NONE. COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 September 1842

DEPARTURES.-NONE. COASTERS INWARDS. September 9.—Martha, 121, Wells, from Newcastle, with coals ; Lark, 18, Matthews, from the McLeay, with 6000 feet of cedar ; Isabella, 21, Barnett, from the McLeay, with 7000 feet cedar and 90 bushels corn ; Mermaid, 20, Brown, from Brisbane Water, with 9000 feet cedar; Letitia, 73, James, from the McLeay, with 45,000 feet cedar ; Shamrock, steamer, 200, Gilmore, from Morpeth, with 4 bales wool, 100 bushels wheat ; Stranger, 30, Farrier, from the McLeay, with 11,000 feet   cedar ; Thomas and Mary, 14, Picket, from the McLeay, with 6000 feet cedar ; Pedlar, 16, Henderson, from Wollongong, with tim- ber, &c. ; Currency Lass,16, from Brisbane   Water, with shells. September 10.—Sarah, 49, Townsend, from Lake Macquarie, with coals ; Perseverance, 31, Piggins, from the McLeay, with 13,000 feet cedar;Northumberland, 17, Dennis, from   Botany, with shells ; Sovereiyn, steamer, 119, Cape, from the Hunter, wit...

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CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 September 1842

CLEARANCES. Tile French ship jlofautl, Captain LP Ciiznjuïet, for the South Sea Fishery, with whaling gear, &e. The brig Christina, Captain Birkenshaw, for Port Phillip, willi sundries. Passengers Hev. 11. GiMiuhnn, Rev. E. Muckcny, Mr. nnJ Mrs. B.ilcumb nnd child, Mr«. Birken- shaw, Mr. Beaver, and Mr. Urquhart; steer- age-Mr. nnd Mrs. Bourke, Mr. and Mrs. M'Avoy, Mr. and Mrs. Hill, Mr. Benham, Mr. Gnrvie, Mr. M'Cullo, a constable, and three soldiers. The Olinda has on board 7 tons 185 bags Îiotatoes, 115 bugs wheat, l63 bags bark, 10 logsheada 25 barrels olive oil, 19!) bags hazel nuts, Î21 caaes port wine, 25 octaves port wine, 31 boxes almonds, and a quantity of dried fruits. H. M. S. Fly and Bramble, arrived at Ho- bart Town oii the 28th ultimo, they were both coming on to Sydney. The Marian Watson, henc« the 23rd ultimo, arrived lhere the Ut instant. The Haidee, 335 tons, Mar- shall, from London, nth May, arrived there on thereon the 30iii ultimo. The Olinda saw the Wa...

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THE BOGAN AFFAIR. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 September 1842

THE" BOGAN AFFAIR. If To the Editors of the Sydney MorningIlmllm GENTLEMEN,-Being resident some data» *, in the interior, it was not until n weeliorlii Bj had elapsed after the debate in Council,ni* ^ tive to the much-talked-of ease of Mr.Wilina % Lee, that 1 had nu oppoitunity of readmglli fe opinions of His Excellency the Govern», Wj with respect to the different individual», » P cerned in this case, both official and print!. P One of those persons, Lieut. Nicholson,lill ti commanding the Bathurst Mounted Polin, K is not now, I believe, in this colony. Suill '<* nie in all fairness to ask for insertion iii ¡MI - journal for a few explanatory and exteiuutifj \ ?> facts, ¡us connected with this officer, ûut ?** retiiement from the Bathurst Police ramil» ' as much regretted by the inhabitants of tklt , and the surrounding district«, as liii pul Y efficiency and judicious conduct as a polia j^ officer must be acknowledged and valued. ..'_ Hearing of the arrival of his co...

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CHINA NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 September 1842

î CHINA NEWS.   Having been favoured by Captain Met-   calfe, with a Canton paper of May 28th, four days later than our own files, we give below some extracts respecting the strength of the force now in China. The next ar- rival will doubtless bring some important news, as preparations were being made to move the expedition to the northward, in order that the forces might march upon Pekin. BRITISH EXPEDITION TO CHINA IN 1842. (From the Canton Press, May 28.) We have had no arrivals during the week with any fresh intelligence. In Canton every- thing continues as before, nor are we aware that the Hyacinth lately arrived from Amoy at Hongkong has brought news of any   interest, except that H. M. S. Herald had arrived there before she left. Several of the Steamers, we believe the Vixen, Medusa, and Pluto, have proceeded to the northward, whilst some of the Madras transports come dropping into Hongkong, mostly after very long passages from Singapore...

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CAMPELLTOWN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 September 1842

CAMPELLTOWN RACES. lui sr spoils commenced on Tuosdj\, bul although the weather Has is propitious as the most it dent admirers otthe turf could tksiie, and tin. course ni excellent order, the iittun dnncc was by no means so numerous as on fir nu occasions. 1 he i aces ended on Thursday, und took place under the following conditions. AU horses to be entered nt Mr James Gra- ham's Inn, üuinpclltouu, between the horns ol seien and nine, p. m , of the cicuiugs pre- vious to each day's racing. No person allowed to (liter a horse i>t this meeting, unless a subscubcr to the amount of £i, hack race execpted All persons with stalls, erecting fruit stands, &c , to pay 10s each No false stutts allow ed, to stait each daj at («elie o'clock, a m All decisions of the steward to he fin ii. Stewards Mr. James Graham Mr. lohn Vmdy Mr. Paul Huon Mr George Botten Clerk of the C urse -M-. James Sim Is. Judge-Mr. John Hurley. Honorary becretaiy and Teusuier-Mr. James (nallam. Tnisr DAY-TUJ-SD...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 September 1842

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. We insert for the information of the Public an Abstract of all the Public Sales which lake ¡¡lace THIS DAY. Foss AND LLOYD.-At their Roon«, at li o'clock, Shawls, Haberdasheiy, Clothing, &c. MR. S. LYONS-At his Mart, at 11 o'clock, Companies' Shares, London Porter, To lu.'co, Soap, Hams, Pork, Nuts, White Lead, Sherry and Port Wines, Brandy, Sperm Candles, Mail and Cub Phaetons, &c. Mu. RUNDLE-At the House of Mr. Symons, York-street, at 11 o'clock, Household Fur- niture, Ironmongery, Earthenware, Garden Seeds, &c. Mu. I. SIMMONS-On the Premises, nearly opposite lhe\Herald Office, George-street, at 11 o'clock, the Stock-in-tiale of Mr. Israel Solomon, consisting of Drapery Goods Hosiery, Slops, Cutlery, &c. Mu. STUBBS-At Storey's Wharf, at 11 o'clock, 14,000 feet cedar ; at his Mart, nt 12 o'clock, two Building Allotments in New George-street, near the Custom House, fifteen Building Allotments opposite the Hopewell Propert...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 September 1842

SALES BY AUCTION. To Drapera, Oeneral Sealera Tailors, and Of bora. F OSS and LLOYD will sell by auction, at their Rooms, Lower George-street, THIS DAY, 12th instant, at eleven o'clock precisely, One case moleskin jackets One case ditto trousers One case pillow fustians One case gauze handkerchiefs, scarf*, &c. One case hats One case vesting* One case fancy shawls One case printed muslins Two eases silk and satin stock* Two bales broad cloth One case gloves .With a variety of other articles too numerous to mention. Terms at sale, ÏATIOR'8 lOB-OOir VOKTBK. %X R, SAMUEL LYONS will «eli by auction, 1? I at his Mart, the corner of George-street and Charlotte-place, TiHISDAY, the 12th instant, at eleven o'clock, Fifty hogshead* Taylor'« Stout. _Term» at Sale._3473 SPBRftX CANDI.IB. MR. SAMUEL LYONS will sell by auction, at his Matt, corner of George street, and Charlotte-place, THIS DAY, 12th instant, at 11 o'clock, Twenty-Five boxes Sperm Candle« Term« at sale. 3520 KA», o-wD ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 September 1842

l'or Hisumm, Bateman'« «»>, nuaaolla ana BrtmUe, < rr~ TT^HE FAST CUTTER VjvjöfY 1 FRIENDSHIP, Tidij^ß& for these port«, will leave the -î>l2eSrrti'UnionWharf on Wednesday naxt. For freight or passage apply to EM. STOREY. Sydney, September 12._2593 ros rnn.oHT o* OB&HTBB. irr" THE FINE A 1 BARQUE ?./fjffif\ * TTRIAN, .¿fWJEE? of London, R. A. Clarkson, I <iPFttFZ&G* commander, 243 ton« lying off I Jones's Wharf. Apply to the Commander, on I board, or ta FRANCIS MITCHELL and CO., J355* Ceoige-Unct ros BAM. T* HE TIGER and CALCUTTA, both TWELVE TON BOATS, coppered and copper faite ed, with sll the S '.ils and Gear, Chain Cable J and anchors, cnsp'ete, fi.r immediate use ; lying at »he Ebenezer Cool Depot. Davies's Wharf._257' .Xo tua medora or the Wara of ileu-lie. I ADÍES AND RENTLEMEN.-Sirce pro À posin« myseK as Candidate for the office of Common Council an for your Ward. I finn it very objestionab'e to my family, and the. e fore ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 September 1842

SPECIAL NOTICE. THE Subscribers to this Paper, and the Public generally, are     respectfully informed, that in future the following Rules will be strictly adhered to :- In Sydney.-No new Subscribers will be received without one quarter being paid in advance, for which ten per cent, will be allowed ; the sub- scription in advance being 13s. 6d. per quarter. In the Country.-No new Sub .scribers will be received without ,half-a-year being paid in advance, for which ten per cent, will be al- lowed ; the subscription in advance bein»; £1 11s. 6d. per half year; and the Proprietors must be furnished at the time with a -written 'under- taking that all future payments, both for subscription and charges of advertisements, shall be made in Sydney, or by the hands of an Agent In all cases, whether in Town or H Country, the nameB of persons will ¡Ibe struck off the subscription list, (when the arrears against them have ¡stood over twelve months, and pro ¡ceedingsfor r...

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SYDNEY GENERAL TRADE LIST. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1842. IMPORTS. Reports from the 3rd to the 10th instant inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 September 1842

Sydney general trade list   SATURDAY, SrPTCMUKR 10, 1842. I »I PORTS. Reports from the ard lo the loth instant in- clusive. SEPTEMBER 6.-BROTHERS, brig, 122 tons, M'Kenzie, master, from Singapore, M'Ken zie, agent; 17Ö5 bags sugar, 92 bags coffee, 430 bags rice, 251 boxes 10 chests tea, 4 cuses lacquered ware, Betts and Pantun. September ß.-DEBORAH, schooner. 121 tons, Wing, master, from Launceston, Wing, agent; 17 half-pipes Geneva, 430 bags wheat, 939 bags potatoes, 1 cask currants, 8 cases wine, 10 cases claret, 1 ca«e clocks, 3 cases , G. L. Robinson ; 14M) kangaroo skins, Flower, Salting and Co ; 3 tons potatoes, 10 boxes candles, 11 cuses S hogsheads ale, Order. September C-WESTBROOK, barque, 2(35 tons, Linnington, master, from Liverpool via Port Pnillip, ti. Moore, agent; 10 hogsheads 10 barrels wine, G. Thorne ; 89 bars 110 bun- dles iron, 200 barrels pork, 950 hams, 250 bales bacon, A.B. Smith and Co. ; 350' bars 2S0 bundles iron, Ramsay, Young & Co. ; ...

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NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR. (From our various Correspondents.) ILLAWARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 September 1842

NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR.     (From our various Correspondents.) ILLAWARRA. In my two former communications I gave         you a plain unvarnished account of the pre- sent pomp and circumstances of Wollongong ; I would not, however, therefore argue, nei- ther do I desire your readers to infer, that the sun of this town is set ; no, it is but be- hind a cloud, which, although dense and darksome, may be chased away by a little public spirit and energetic co-operation of a few of the leading proprietors of the district ; they cannot but agree with me in the truth of all I have stated, nor can they deny the certain efficacy of the remedy which I have proposed, as a means to restore Wollongong, not only to her former state of prosperity, but to a much more healthy condition, be- cause the support to her constitution will be permanent and daily increasing in tone and vigour. Then, why not look the evil boldly in t...

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DOMESTIC [?] INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 September 1842

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. FRIDAY. BEFORE the CHIEF COMMISSIONER. PROOOF OF CLAIM. In the estate of Patrick Grant, a second meeting: R. C. Gordon, £40 4s.9d.; John   Stewart, £39 13s. 1d.; Jeremiah Callaghan, £32 15s. 10d.; A. W. Hoyle, £22 5s.; S. A. Bryant, £33; Robert Kibble, £16 10s.; P. W. Mallon, £25 3s. 6d.; G. W. Evans, £45 5s. 3d. ; E. Broadhurst, Esq., £15 ; H. Briggs, £10 0s. 6d.; H. Hayes, £10; J. Davidson, £35 ; Saul Lyons, £20 14s. 9d. In the estate of Thomas Robinson, a second meeting: S. A. Bryant and Co., £16 19s. 4d. ; William Jones, £95 15s. ; L. Iredale, £3 9s. 11d. ; Pickering and Lucas, £28 19s. 3d.; Hugh Nolan, £14; William Barnett, £15 1s. 5d. ; J. Moulin, £13 2s. 6d.; J. E. Elliott, £5; H. Gordon, £7 1s; John Wakely, £15 17s. 6d. ; William Soole, £2 17s.; William Ford, £50. In the estate of Sarah Robson, a special meeting : R. Bourne and Co., £21 8s. 5d. In the estate ft Duke and Curtis, a third meeting : Catherine Thompson, ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 September 1842

.- T 'tú oMxoxarA«. co«BBSvoaanei< \. (" To the Editors of t/te Sydney Morningllttâ'^^ Gentlemen,-Having road a paragraphulli! t Herald of the Juth ult., headed "Ni« Im, ¡& the Interior," mentioning the pirticukit», ** nected with the attack o-i Mr. Biggebjltaf ** armed bullit angels, and staling that damit,^ the attack two of Mr. Ihgge'B raen, lainf),* him, made to Schofields station toraiUiUKU *í and on their way overtook Keys andu» ?* them to their muster's relief, but »hicklty,<,*j declined doing. Now, as it is known to uah >M that I was the other gentleman in comply with Mr. Kej ? on this occnsion, I hold li K'}| be due to myself to set before them theIfflk-if version of the affair, so far as I wasconcerwUs? in it. It is not true that we wereourlita jil, by the men on their way for assistance,«»^ < " happened that we had passed Schoñfii,,'»* station before they caine in sight, and ii "i. v on our healing their shouts that theirnuij, ^...

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PORT PHILLIP EXTRACTS. SUPREME COURT, MELBOURNE, SATURDAY SEPT. 3RD. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 September 1842

POST PIIXXX.XÏ SXTSACVS. i SUPREME COURT, Melbournf, Saturday Sept. 3rd. | BcfoieMi Justice Witt is Mi Sydney Stephen, «if the Van Diemen s Land bin, who appealed in com t in his wig and gown, applied for admission to piactice asa barustei of the couit His Honor -You must apply in the usual way, Mr Stephen, tluough a barrister ot the court. Mr Stephen -I apply to be admitted His Honor-I may as well tell you that were I even to sanction the irreguliuity of your application I would not iccedc to jour admission until I had in ide icfeience to the Indies at Sydney fir their o .union thereon, it would be only foi their opinion, however, for I should still consider myself at liberty to act upon my own judgment \ou will sustain no inconvenience, howevei, for there is a vessel sailm» for Sydney to morrow, there will, consequently, be plenty of time to obtain a replj Mr Stephen -Youl Honor does not then, I appiehend, e itcitnin the application His Honor-Coi tainly 1 do not Mr Stephen -I ask ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 September 1842

iÉïsTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. t^'iWu inserí for the. information of the Public §!*'$£" ¿bsiract "f "" "'" P"ulic *"'M »'/''cA hte THIS DAY. l'-i'äß. Samuel L\ons.-At his Mart, at 11 Lf^S'clock, Pnnamn Hats and Flour. ¥ :HÍ- Blackman.-At the Commissariat Stores, ' r?#t 10 o'clock, Surplus Stores. V 'Mil lc"r Simmons.-At the Stores of Dunlop p's?»lnu Co., üt ]1 o'clock, Sugar, Rice, and

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DIARY. Memoranda for This Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 September 1842

DIARY. - Memoranda for Tills Bay. I September. 1 .byi!*\ \ "'°V'UE 1_| rises | sets. | morn | even l.i'l tubsdsy | G !) lYsTT 2~SÏ| 3 l8 Full Moon, Sept. 20, 38 m. past t, Hfternooii.

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