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The Sydney Morning Herald. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." LATE ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 September 1842
Öhr Agîmes jttorm'ng ^rralto. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13,1812. -H "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am J." LATE ENGLISH NEWS. By the Duke of Manchester, which arrived I early this morning, English news to the 9th May came to hand. Upon looking through the papers obtained by our re- porter, the only item of intelligence we perceive, is that a petition in favor of Chartism, signed by three millions five hundred thousand persons, had been presented to the House of Commons, and til at a motion to hear counsel in support of it was lost by a majority of 287 to 49. Consols for money c'.osed on the 5th at 92* to f. _
THE APPROACHING CITY ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 September 1842
THE APPROACHING CITY ELEC TION. SEVERAL of our intelligent correspondents have lately been urging upon the citizens of this new-made Corporation, the great importance of their taking care that the Councillors returned at the first election be men of the right stamp. Fully alive to the serious mischiefs of which the want or such care might be productive, we shall now submit to the grave consideration 01 our fellow-electors 'a few remarks which have been suggested by our own mature and conscientious reflection. Before doing so, however, it may be well to refresh their memories as to some of the earlier proceedings that have to be taken under the Act. The first rough draft of the" Citizen Lists has now been completed by the Col- lectors, and gives the following numbers of qualified voters : VOTEnS. 1. Gipps "Ward, comprising the Rocks, Miller's Point, and nil west of the middle of George-street, and north of St. Phillip's Church and of the middle of Margaret Place.. 555 2. Bourkk'bWard...
DEPARTURES—NONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 September 1842
DEPARTURES-Nose. The Sons of Commerce sailed ten «lays be- fore the Duke of Manchester, lor Sydney, direct. The Trial was to leave n few days nl'tiT. The Hebe, from Hobart Town, arrived in the Downs 8th May. The Helvellyn^ from tlii" port, was spoken by H.M.S. Dido, in lut. 1 N., long. 28 \Y\, civw sick with scurvy ; the latter supplied her with provisions. Cleaiianck.-For Loudon, the barque Go-, vernor Halkett, Cuptuin Silver, with colonial iiroduce. Passengers-Dr. Gibson, Messrs. rlobson, Now lan, Wutleen, Wyld, and Porter. Tub Schooner " Watkhi.ily. "-We are requested by the owners of the ¡Valerlily to .«tate that it was tint thut scliouncr, but the Falcon, f r Poit Phillip, that wus seen (iff Cape Uowe, on Kridny lust, by the Olinda. Tile Wii'trlily is expected tu hilve arrived at Hobart Town before that day.
ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE. MAITLAND CIRCUIT.—WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 September 1842
A8SIZH XNTKX.X.IOE1KCB. I MAITLAND CIRCUIT.-Webkesday. I Dkfoue the Chief Justice: and u Common Jury. ronar.p.Y. .-; Macnamara, was placed at tl.c bar to take his trial foi forgery. The Solicitor-General prosecuted, and Mr. Purefoy defended the prisoner. Robert Mason, a constable at Port Stephens, deposed as follows: The prisoner is u shoe- maker, living on the Australian Agricultural Company's estate; on the evening of the 5th April last he carne to my dwelling-house at Stroud, and said that he caine to tell me as constable, that Orchard bad gone to Dungog to get his ticket changed for the district of Windsor, andtluit he lind gone ¿ullin prisoner's debt. The prisoner oxpivsse-d a wish that I should go after Orchard and bring him back. He, prisoner, then produced an order, pur- porting to be made by Orchard in his, pri- soner's, favour, for£y. I detained the cheque as his authority for suing Orchard ; it was first given to nie to enable me to get tbo money from Orchard, and I was i...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 September 1842
MARRIAGES. By special license, at his own residence, on &nbsp; Saturday last, 10th instant, by the Rev. Dr. Garvie, John Gough Waller, to Anne Agar &nbsp; Hansard, eldest daughter of Mr. N. Hansard, of Bathurst. &nbsp; On Saturday last, at St. Phillip's Church, by the Rev. J. C. Grills, Mr. Robert Hilton Shackles, of Parramatta, to Eliza Jane, relict of the late W. H. Tyrer, of Sydney.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 September 1842
PARRAMATTA STEAMERS, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; THE Public is informed that &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; on and after Monday next, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; the 19th instant, these Packets will start as follows ; FromParramatta at seven, eight, and eleven, a.m., and four p.m., &nbsp; &nbsp; From Sydney, at nine and eleven a.m., and &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; three and five p.m. &nbsp; A fast steamer every Sunday morning at nine &nbsp; o'clock, and returning at five p.m. &nbsp; Commercial Wharf, September 12. 3602 &nbsp; FOR HOBSTON BAY THE STEAM - PACKET &nbsp; &nbsp; SHAMROCK will leave Sydney for Brisbane &nbsp; Town onWednesday the 14th &nbsp; September, at 5 o'clock, p.m., calling at New- castle. &nbsp; No goods can be received for shipment after &nbsp; Tuesday, the 13th instant, and i...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. CHURCH BOOK SOCIETY. MR. GOODALL's THIRD LECTURE ON GEOLOGY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 September 1842
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE CHURCH BOOK SOCIETY. MR. GOODALL's THIRD LECTURE ON GEOLOGY. Having in the last lecture concluded the sub- &nbsp; &nbsp; ject of Aqueous changes, we next proceed to examine those caused by Igneous agency. It was stated that though these causes of change were co-operating, they are also antagonist, the one reducing and the other increasing the unevenness of the earth's surface. It has &nbsp; been explained in the last lecture that the action of water has been going on in all ages, that in some localities great power has been exerted at remote periods, where in modern time no such action has been in operation, and in other places the action of running water appears with slight modifications to have been fixed and constant. Exactly similar circumstances are observed with respect to Igneous changes. Evidences exist of volcanic action in regions where it has long been dormant, and where it is only known by the indubitable re- mains which are ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 September 1842
SALES BY AUCTION. FAUT AUK A BATS, MR. SAMUEL LYONS will sell by Auction, at his Mart, corner of George street and Charlotte-place, THIS DAY, the 13th instant, at eleven o'clock, Two bales, one hundred dozen Panama Hats Terms at sale. 3374 vnaaiBBVio sa&b st avotxost. MR. SAMUEL LYONS will sell by auction, at the stores of Messrs. Montefiore, Breillat, and Co., in Spring-street, on THURS- DAY, the 15th September, at eleven o'c'ock precisely, The following Goods : Twenty-five cratei earthenware Six casks china tea services Ten ditto half-pint tumbler« Ten hogsheads ale and porter (unsound) Twenty-four barrels Irish beef Ten ditto salt ditto Ten ditto ditto pork E'evan firkins butter Seventeen bozei window-glass, 10x8 One hundred and forty barrell American flsur Thirty boxes Bengal loap Five toni Manila tope, in aizei Twenty balea ditto hemp Fifty packagei Bengal twine Two eaiei English ditto Three hundred gunny woolpacks Five balei gunny bags Six ditto Bengal rope Two hundred...
LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 September 1842
X.A.W IHTBX.liIOZ.IVCV. SUPREME COURT NOTICES. | I HF following notices lime been posted on the door of ti e Supieine Court Olhce - ' In the Supreme Court of New South Willes Notich -No judgment loila will be reeei\ed m this office, unless tw eut)-bc\ en inches long and nine inches «ide (Signed) Alfhf.d Ei yaru, Chief Cleik, Supreme Couit." " Noticf -Hie cause lis s ure ojien for the Fourth Perm.-September b'h, 1812' " Notici -It is proposed that the Thnis days, during the ensuing lenn, be added to the List of Bunco Daj s -Scptenibei dtli, lb ti '
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 September 1842
I »poaTiwo »xbIjUmscb, The CvRcoAit ano Kino's Plains Rvccs will take place at King's Plaina, on Thursday, the 15th instant. The Hovif.husii Races commence on Tues- day, the '¿lilli instant. The following are the entrances for ench day respectively : First Day.-Fhst Race.-The Champion Cup, 100 sovereigns: Sir J. Jamison's Sir Charles, by Gratis, three years old; Mr. C. Smith's Eclipse, hy Whisker, aged ; Mr. Ro berts'sQuail, by Gratis, three years old; Mr. Rouse's Jorrocks, by Whisker, aged. Second Race.-Two year old stakes of 1(1 soveicigns each : Mr. Roberts's President, by Emigrant, two years old ; Major Hunter's Marchioness, by Dover,' two years old; Air. Abercronibic'sMozart, by Gratis, '¿years old. Third Race.-Australian stakes of 10 sove- reigns each : Mr. Smith's Tranby, by Ope- rator, four years old; Mr. Robert ¡'s Euca- lyptus, by_ Gratis, four years old; Mr. Pye's Tommy Tickle, by Scratch, three years old ; Major Lettsoin's Prince, by Cnmerton, aged. Fourth Race.-Maiden p...
NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR. (From our various Correspondents.) WOLLOMBI. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 September 1842
Hivi rsoM tu« iHiaatoB. (From our various Correspondents.) WOLLOMBI. Ii may be interesting to witnesses of the non mt ricotdo school to learn, that Ingee, whose palpable prevarication before the Commis- sioner, was so disgraceful in the case of the pub lean Hew son's insolvency, 1ms been dis- missed from his situation of district constable of the Wollombi '1 hore is not a doubt that the venality of this man induced lum to sell the ti nth, and it would be ot seiious ad win tage in the administration of the laws, if, ni all instances, the guilty paily who recklessly tampers with the sacred obligation of an oath, could be thus made to fiel the effect of such delinquency, au oath is the cement «Inch hinds the corner st >ne of the I eniple of Jus- tice 1 he Omnipotent is c died on to attest the solemn affirmation of man , and happi- ness, fame, fortune, and even lite itself, is de- pendent on an o ali \ thing so awful in itself, and having consequi nces so momentciis, should never bo ...
BATHURST CIRCUIT COURT CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 September 1842
BATHURST CIRCUIT COURT CALENDAR. Criminal Cause List.-The followíng are for trial at the ensuing Bathurst Circuit Court, which commences on the 26th instant, before Mr. Justice Stephen :-Andrew Ego, Owen Moriarty, Wm. Isaue James, John C. Walden, and John Howard, each for forgery ; George Evans for murder, William Faleby also for murder ; William Stapleton for fraudulent insolvency, and John Mills and Charles Beale, for receiving property belonging to Stapleton's estate. Civil Cause List.- Undefended.-Simpson v. Blackman, same v. Taylor. Defended &nbsp; Causes.- Icely and another v. Booth, Murray v. Stott, MuKinnon v. Ralston, Donnally v. Terry, Alexander and another v. same, McKinnon v. Hughes and another. The only civil cause entered for trial at Berrima is Dunlop and another v. Sinclair.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 September 1842
SPECIAL NOTICE. li Subscribers to this Paper, and the Public generally, are "pectfullY informed, that in future a following Rule» will be strictly Ihered to : In Sydney.-No new Subscribers .ill be received without one quarter ¡oing paid in advance, for which ten 1er cent, will be allowed ; the sub xiption in advance being 13s. 6d 1er quarter. In the Country.-No new Sub .jnbers will be received without MÍf-a-year being paid in advance, for which ten per cent, will be al jwed ; the subscription in advance jeinjï £1 Ils. 6d. per half year ; and [lie Proprietors must be furnished It the time with a wi itten under f^kinq; that all future payments, füfkoth for subscription and cliaiges of P^heitisemeiits, shall be made in, Sfiydney, or by the hands of an Agent In all cases, whether in Town or .^Country, the names of persons will t~be stiuck off the subsciiption list, ^jwhen the an ears against them have ^»tood over twelve months, and pro- ceedings for lccovciing the amount Spue-will be in...
LIST OF CITIZENS IN BOURKE WARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 September 1842
LIST OF CITIZENS IN BOURKE WARD. a'Becket Arthur, house, Elizabeth street Abercrombie William, stores, Abercrombie place, George street [street Adnum William, house and shop, George Aken Henry, house, Castlereagh street Aitken William, house, Pitt street Aldis William Henry, house and shop, George street Allen George, house, Elizabeth street Allen Richard, house, Phillip street Allison John, house, Brougham place Anderson Foster, house, Pitt street Anderson Robert, house, Castlereagh st. Anderson William, house, lane leading from Hunter street [street Andrews Robert, house and shop, Hunter Armstrong Joseph, house, Castlereagh st. Aspinwall Thomas, house and shop, King street Baird David, house, Brougham place Baker Thomas, house and shop, George st. Baker William, house and shop, King street Bambridge Elijah, house, Brougham place Bardwell William, shop, Pitt street Barnett Joshua, house, Phillip street Beale Charles, house, Castlereagh street Beaumont William Henry, house, George s...
LIST OF CITIZENS In Cook's Ward, in the City of Sydney. SCHEDULE C. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 September 1842
LIST OF CITIZENS &nbsp; In Cook's Ward, in the City of Sydney. SCHEDULE C. Ahern Patrick ; nature of the property rated, house; street, lane, or other place in this ward, where the property is si- tuated for which he is now rated, Surry hills [loomooloo Airth Robert Henry, house and mill, Woo- Aitken Alexander, house, Market lane Armstrong John, shop, Surry hills &nbsp; Austen Joseph, house, Hutchinson street, Surry hills Australia, William Grant, Lord Bishop of, house, Wooloomooloo [hills Baetson Robert, house, Nichol street, Surry Bale William, house, Hutchinson street, Surry hills Banbury Robert, house, Surry hills Barker Thomas, house, Wooloomooloo Bayley John, house, Macquarie street south Bell Hutchinson, house, Wooloomooloo Bennett Edward, house, Surry hills Bibb John, house, Elizabeth street south Black William, house, Wooloomooloo Black James, house, Market lane Blenkinsopp Robert, house, Surry hills Bluck John, house, Bourke street, Surry hills [burn street...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 September 1842
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. &nbsp; ARRIVALS. From Hobart Town yesterday, having left the 3rd instant, the schooner Orotara, 92 tons, Captain Ellis, with sundries. Passengers- Mr. Davies, two children, and servant, Mr. Chivers, Mr. Dugard, and seven in the steerage. From London, this morning, having left the Downs the 9th May, the barque Duke of Manchester, 365 tons, Captain Murray, with a general cargo. Passengers-Dr. and Mrs. Little, child, and servant, Miss Bell, two Misses Broadhurst, and servant, Mrs Wilks, Messrs. Rumsay, Royds, Bearn, Ford, and twenty-one in the steerage.
COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 September 1842
COASTERS OUTWARDS. September 12-Currency Last, Iß, Noon, for Brtshane Water, tn ballast, 9«r«/i, 49, Anderson, for L ike Mai quarte, in ballast, Roif, steamer, 172, Pattison, fur Morpeth, with sundries. Countess of Wilton, 111, WlieatlandjforNe \castle,inbullnst, Afrrmaw/ )'2, Door1«, lor the Hawkesbury with sun- dries, Cop/»« Jane, steampr, 156, Wiseman, for Wollongong, with sundi les, Jomet Wall, stenmci, 1 ti, Guinn, fot the Iluntct, with sundries. Se) tomber 13 - tir nig r, ''G, M'Lcnn, for Port Aiken, in bill ist, Wtllia II the 1 ourl/i, steimer, 56, Sullivan, fur East Gosford, with ¡.muirlea, Lark, lb, Matthews, ft on the M'Leni, in ballast, Martha, 121, Well», foi Newcastle, m ballast, Favoute, 47, Angus, f n the Hawkesbury, in ballast , Ellen, 15, Thoms, for the Haw kevhill y, in ballast , /lui net, 15, Cr.inse, for Brisbane Water, m ballast, Norlhumbeihind, 17, Dennis, for Brisbane Water, and Port Aiken, in b iflast, Georgiana, 25, M'lntyre, tor the Hunte , with sundries, S...