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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 September 1842
T" ros TBS M&rjwiN-a «ivai. TO SAIL OM MONDAY NKXT. THE CONSTANT TRADER [ ___ _N ELIZABETH, "%ÄÜ^fe^ 'or '"'iS^1 or pa*vage, apply on -sX^aJcHÍ? bosrd, at the Liverpool Wtiarf, or to~ RICHARD DAWSON, Owner. September 1 (. 3780 »&aan»a BZVSB. HIE FINE SCHOONER BBSSr, 70 toni, having arrived, will _r»-» b »g»in despatched, on l'ucs day, the ÜOth instant, for the above. For freight or passage, apply on board, or to JAMES COOK Union Wharf, September 1C. 3á22 Wotton to rameogetH and Shippers. HIE fine fast sailing first c'asi brig C^ili 0 LINE, rSgSSl R. Coombs, Commander, «i'l sail for tie above pott To murrow, the 17th I instant For freight or pasisge (having excel I lent accommodation») apply to the captain, cn ' boaid, at Cock's Wharf; or to I GEORGS THORNB, } Lower Gcorge->Uc«t 1 Ht«beftgti»wihnlff. Wé» To tho Citizens and »leatora ef Mac- quarie Ward. GENTLEMEN,-I beg leave to announce to you my intention of offering myself as * c-mdidtte for your représentât-! '...
The Sydney Morning Herald. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." PUBLIC MONEYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 September 1842
&i\t Agtmcg fttormwg ftcralfr* FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16,18*2. -x- - " Sworn io no Master, of no Sect am I." PUBLIC MONEYS. AT a recent meeting of the Council, many remarks were made on the conduct, posi- tion, and responsibility, of the two public officers, the Sheriff and the Registrar of the Supreme Court. The recent unfortu- nate defalcations of each drew forth sundry observations from gentlemen round the table, but not one of those honorable members seemed prepared to suggest any remedy for the evil, or any precaution against a recurrence of it. Yet the remedy is as simple as efficacious, and lins been in practice in the public offices of the mother country for many years, when its adoption was enforced by the same circumstances of defalcation and loss which have recently occurred here; and, moreover, it is in actual practice in more than one of the establishments of this city. The evil arises from the officer (no matter who, or what office he fills,) being permitted to be i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 September 1842
I SPECIAL NOTICE. IfPHE Subscribers to this Paper, É awl the Public generally, are frcspectfully informed, that in future S|he following Rules will be strictly Bidhered to : M In Sydney.-No new Subscribers Ijrill be received without one quarter Seing paid in advance, for which ten |j>er cent, w ill be allowed ; the sub- scription in advance being 13s. 6d. îjper quarter. É In the Country.-No new Sub- scribers will be received without §£alf-a-year being paid in advance, ifor which ten per cent, will be al- ipou ed ; the subscription in advance "|>eing £1 11s. 6d. per half year; and ilhe Proprietors must be furnished it the time with a written under- lining that all future payments, oth for subscription and charges of 'advertisements, sball be made in &lt;8ydney, or by the hands of an Agent ^ In all cases, whether in Town or 'Country, the names of persons will -le struck off the subscription list, «."when the arrears against them have ;,4|tood over twelve months, and pro ...
FIRST WARD MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 September 1842
FIRST WARD MEETING. Is consequence of a requisition addressed &nbsp; J. L. Innes, J.P., acting adderman of &nbsp; Phillip's Ward, requesting him to convene a &nbsp; meeting of the citizens of that ward, "For the purpose of taking into consideration who are the most proper, useful, and eligible per- sons to represent the ward in the corporation of the city, and to request such persons to all themselves to be nominated accord- ingly." A public meeting took place yes- terday, at one o'clock, in the Corn Market. &nbsp; The business was commenced by Captain Innes stating the objects for which the meet- ing had been convened, and his wishes that they might be obtained. He also considered that the numerous attendance present was a &nbsp; sufficient refutation of the report that the meeting was "a hole and corner one." As &nbsp; a government officer under the Act, he had &nbsp; called the meeting in compliance with the request of the r...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 September 1842
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. &nbsp; ARRIVALS. From Riatea, yesterday, having left the 1st &nbsp; ultimo, the schooner Cintra, 114 tons, Cap- tain Chounding, with sperm and cocoa-nut oil, &c. Passengers - Captain Hunter: steerage, Messrs. Macbeth and Griffiths. R. Bourne and Co., agents. &nbsp; From Moreton Bay, via the Clarence, the &nbsp; same day, having left the latter the 8th &nbsp; instant, the schooner Nancy, 38 tons, Captain Nutting, with 18,000 feet cedar.
LIST OF CITIZENS In Phillip's Ward, in the City of Sydney, SCHEDULE C. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 September 1842
LIST OF CITIZENS &nbsp; In Phillip's Ward, in the City of Sydney, SCHEDULE C. Agnew Edward; nature of property rated, house ; street, lane, or other place in this Ward, where the property is situated for which he is now rated, Liverpool street. Allen William B., house, Sussex street Armstrong James, house, Sussex street Ashton George, house, Sussex street Abel John, house, Sussex street Aird William, mill, Sussex street Andrews Alexander, house, Kent street Aylward James, house, Kent street Allen Edward, house, Kent street Appleton Robert, house, George street Abrahams Abraham, house, George street Allen James, house, Pitt street Andrews William, house, Castlereagh st. Anderson James, house, Castlereagh st. Anderson Benjamin, house, Liverpool st. Albon Richard, house, Goulburn street Austin David, house, Parramatta street Aiken James, house, Pyrmont Buttall William, house, Druitt street Bayliss Joseph, house, George street Batte Charles, house, George street Beverige, house,...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 September 1842
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. -? INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. WEDNESPAY. BEFORE the CHIEF COMMISSIONER. PROOF of CLAIMS. In the estate of John Entwistle Turner, a third meeting: J. Thompson and Son, £52 3s. lOd. ; Henry Hall, £32 5s. (id. ; Edward Adams, £50 7s. 7d. ; Wm. Burgess, £30 9s. lOd. ; Joseph Oldfield, £27 19s. (id. Meetings were also held in the estate* of Win. Singleton, and Caroline Jackson, but no claims were proved. THURSDAY. In the estnte of Thomas Horton, a third meeting : R. Davidson, £7 lGs. 4d. In the estate of Samuel Peek, a first meet- ing: Richard Peek, £l,C4G 19s. 8d. In the estate of Peek and Co., a first meeting: Gilchrist and Alexander, £81 12s. 5d.; E. C. Weekes, £150. The proof of this claim was regarded as being only conditional ; the insolvents being the endor- sers and not the drawers of a bill due January 8,1843 ; M. P. Blundell, £445 Cs, Gd. also on a note, which will only be duo o'th Feb., 1813 ; Chambers and Thurlow, £52 12s. 1 Id. ; Thacker, Mason, and Co., ...
GRAIN AND FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 September 1842
GRÜN AND FLOUP. | Rice.Patna per bag. 1 12 0 ^B Java per lb. 0 0 i| ?? Carolina. Non«. ^H Wheat.. -,. Di rwcni, per bushel. "1 ^H Valparaiso.V Nominii. ^H Colonial.J H Hsr'ey.... British. None. ^H Oats.Ditto. Nt.ue. ^M Oatmtal ..Per lb. 0 0 4 ^1 Flour.lit lort, per 100 lb« to« lol I 0 ^M Second ditto... tSs to 0 IS 0 |H Tbirdditt*_16,. to 0 16 0 ^1 American, per baird ,. I IS ^B
COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 September 1842
v COASTERS OUTWARDS. September 16.-Susan, 20, Twible, for the Hawkesbury, with sundries; Geort/e, 35, Damon, toi Newcastle, in bullas! ; isabella, 21, Barnett, tor the M'Leny, with sundries; Fly, 211, Williams, fur Brisbane Water, willi sundries ; Mermaid, 20, Brown, for Brisbane Wat*r, with sundries ; Currency Lais, 16, Noon, for Brisbune Water, in ballast. . The Talent spoke the Andromache, on the 14th July, in the Straits of liuncu, hence May 9th, hound to China ; she had touched at Batavia The Julia Willis was loading cargo at Singapore, for the Mauritius Islands. The cnrgo of the Talent comprises 1661 j bags sugar, 56 lings coffer, 122 quarter-chests tea, with a quantity of hardware. The Sruhorse leaves for Purt Phillip and Launceston this morning; she has a large quantity of coals un board, and will take a great* nuhiber of sheep and cattle down, for which purpose, pens ¡nive been fitted up on deck.
BEER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 September 1842
BEER. H Potter ....Taylor's,perhhd. 6 6 0 H Barclay's (dull) (JUs. o 5 2 6 H Other Brewers'. 5 % 6 H \lc.Byass'«. None ? AtN..p's. Noae. H Elliott's. N.i.e ? lnrt «ntl Smith'». 6 0 0 H Taylor's. Ne e. ^M Bass'. 7 0 0 ? Dunbar'«hottled.prrdu (ncm'ua1.) ^H Other Urawen'. 0 7 6 ? Scotch. 0 0 J
WINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 September 1842
WINES. H Sherry.... In wood,per hhd.£>» to SO 0 0 Bottled, per dox. 20a. to 110 0 Port.Iuwoúd,perhhd.«2to, 65 O 0 Bottled, per dot »is to ' I IS 0 Claret .... In wood, perhhd. (oomtual) Bottled, per dox. 10«. to 1 0 0 Madeira. ,. (nominal) Teneriffe .. In wood, per pipe ditto Marsala ..Ditto . SO 0 0 Lisbon.. ..Ditto. ditto Cape.Company's brand. IS 0 0 Other brand«. None. Champagne.. Pet dvxen. £2 10a.to 5 0 0
LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT. INSOLVENCY BUSINESS.—WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 September 1842
LAW lVTSX.X,IOBMCa. SUPREME COURT. INSOLVENCY BUSINESS.-WEDNESDAY. [ BEFORE Mr. Justice STEPHEN. In the insolvency of John Neilson : An application having been made to have some audit iunul evidence taken in this case before the Court, Mr. FISHER called the in- solvent, who deposed us follows:-I think 1 oweilMr. Suiting UM¿1)0, prior to the first deed of assignment, of which llie date wus November I-, 1840. Another assignment was substituted for that deed on 20th March, 1841; Mr. Suiting received the moneys fiom my estate under the first deed, and no accounts have been rendered to me at all. According to the first deed I was not to incur any fresh ob- ligations. After the first deed had been exe- cuted Mr. Salting supplied goods to me ; 1 did not want to take them, but he forced tliein upon me ; this was contrary to the arrange- ment between me and Mr. Salting, the goods were to the amount of £1000, they were prin- cipally di ugs; I think Mr. Salting delivered to me all the goods wi...
SPIRITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 September 1842
SPIRITS. H Rum .... 1£ to 20 O. P., per gall. .040 6 to 10 O.P.. 0 S 8 lto 5 O.P.. 0 3 6 Underproof. OSS Bengal. 0 0 10 Brandy... Cognac.3a.Cd.io 0 0 C Spanish. 0S0 Holland«.. In wood (pale). 0 S 0 Tinged. OSO Gin.4 .allua cases.. 18 0 Ditto. 0 li 0 Whisky... Per gaUon (dull). 0 4 6 Arrack.... Ditto. . 1 0 Cherry Brandy (pints) per doien .. 0 l8 0