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SYDNEY PRICE CURRENT. IMPORTS. PROVISIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 September 1842

'SYDNEY PRICE CURRENT. ? g M * . m T s. PROVISIONS. H Irish Beef, Per tierce. 7 7 0 Mess Pork Prime Irish, per brL .. 5 5 0 Hamburgh . 4 10 0 Mess Beef (nominal). 7 0 0 llama ....English, per lb. «II Westphalia . 0 0 13 Butter ....Irian, per lb. 9 1 1 Dutch . Near. Cheese.... Cheshire, par lb., .... None. Gle'ster. None. Pine. None, Dutch . OGS Herring«..Red . ODO Pickled. 1 1 0 Cod.Newfoundland. None.

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[?] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 September 1842

i*m»nra traiuoitot j ARRIVALS. From r'njçapore, yesterday, having left tlie 23rd of J «he bugnntine Talent, U2 ton», Captain I ¡< ni., with sugar, &c. . From Ni « e.istlr, the same day, the bl ig Trypkena, witn co ti«

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 September 1842

COASTERS INWARDS. September 16.-Besiy, 51, Freeburn, fiom tlie Clarence willi 20,000 feet cedar ; Eliza- beth, 2i>, Mm oil, fruin the Manning, with 2,000 feet weather boards, 11,000 shingles, 6,000 trenail«; Grmyi, 35, Damon, iroin Newcastle, willi coals ; Lucy Ann, 55, Thom- son, from the Williams River, with coals ; Vixen, 46, Gillies, from the M'Leay, with 19,000 feet cedar ; Met maid, 20, Brown, from Hri--lii lie Water, willi 9,000 feet timber : Cur- rency l.a\s, lo, Noon, from Brisbane W.iter, with nhells.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 September 1842

DEPARTURES. For Newcastle, yesterday, the schooner J'I/III Pirie, Captain Duke, in ballast. For Guam, the schooner Lady Leiyh, Cap- tain Munn, with sundries.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 September 1842

«O I«« WIUUKI um, «?«L/K T,,1E 1R°N 8TEA«iL| A^/lnW\A THI&TLK. H *iloiigS*KJ: The inlubitents ia lae dabidil k gi&HflSgSal Williams River sr« resaettUi I ' infotmed that the above vessel wilvltUCiuM I Town, in future, OB the first MoiiitUttà R month, and will make her mt tris et hûl* l^ the 3rd Octsiher. ^' p Ilun'er River Steans Navigatùn Whirl, f ', September 17. jja'/ ro« »H ox.»»..T. ¿^T ' rpH, E ÏCHO0NSI - 70 tons, sails for lit abott» I TUESDAY, the 20th i siant. FortWi|ilct 1 passage apply on board, or to JAMES COOK. , Union Wharf, Sept. 17. lil ros Tua OLAUaci BIVI» t HE fine fast sailingickotH f HOPE, | 60 tons, will sail for the ita Port on or about WrdMsdq next, the 2lst instant. Freight bj thara«! 25*. per ton; all gocds ttore-dfiteoierptw in Sjdoey. Pass'ge at equal* lawitta Apply to E. M. S-.orey, Union Wharf, or to W. 11. SAWYER. I Sydney, September 17. Sill ro» OlAaMWOa IllWK A*B vu. IiIAN'g KXVBB. THE FINE NEW CUTTEÏ LUCY ANNB, l^j? now 1) inn at Hug...

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NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR. (From our own Reporter.) BERRIMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 September 1842

(¿rom our own Reporter.) BERRIMA. Ma. JUSTICE BURTON, the Attorney-General, the Sheriff, Mr. Purefoy, und Mr. Pouuali, as Clerk of Arraigns, arrived this morning, Wednesday, September 14th. Immediately ufter their coming in, divine service was per- formed in the Court House by the Rev. Mr. Vida!, who preached an excellent sermon. Much cuiiosity was felt in the appear- ance of the cattle-steuler Barrett; his trial was very shoit, but the interest was felt in consequence of his having attempted to put ant end to himself by breathing a. couple of , veía» ;IMMI or«»»nteei» tine to is*« Um life although much weakened. Mr. John Chalker had a severe tussle to get him after he escaped from the Cowpasture escort. The roads ara in a shocking state between this and Campbelltown; it is almost astonishing how the mail travels. The bags, however, will he closed in a few minutes, so I must say more in my next.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 September 1842

' ABSTRACT OF ¡WLHTÏT^ 1 We insert for the information 0/ \U R» 1 L, - THIS DAY. 1 MR. STUBBS.-At his Matt, it n "M.J Horses, Carriages, Drapery,Windo. rp I Furniture, Tea, Rope, fo&, ftft 1 Porter, and Groceries ; atla o'c'S'S I ringes, and Brown Holland. ^ I HOWARD AND WATSON.-At the!» R". i half .past 6, p.m., Cheese FOSTI Ironmongery, Cutlery, BookU'c ^ 1 Ma. PHiçE-Àt his Room,, ,t i¡ "n, I Household Furniture, Cart, &c "I Ma. SAMUEL LYONS. -At Ms Mart " " | o'clock, Flour, Biscuit, Salt, Sow W.Sv! i Tortoiscshell, Muskets' and Grind«? j 1 na S..ER.FP.-0,. the prenti«.of »Ä 1 bell, George-street, a House it W«3 and Household Furniture. "* > Foss AND LLOYD.-At Campbell'« WhitN I l°cloft.|OLi ?sk8' So»P »nu Ä ! Beds and Blankets. T ; Mu. BLACKMAN.-At his Rooins.nl lH'rU REST"7' Cl0Vír Sced' Sofa,< 3

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 September 1842

DEATHS.       On the 16th instant, Isabella, youngest   daughter of William Orr, Engineer, Sussex- street South.       At the Military Barracks, on the 16th inst.,   Sarah, only daughter of Mr. William   Ashenden, Superior Barrack Sergeant, aged fifteen years and six months.        

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MUNICIPAL BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 September 1842

MUNICIPAL BUSINESS. MicQUARib WARD-A preliminary meeting to consider what steps should be taken to ensure the election of fit and proper pel sons to represent Macquarie Ward was held yesterday morning, at the residence of Mr Thompson, Pitt street, about twenty gentle men being present Mr C II Chambers was called lo ilie chair It was determined that Mr It Bourne, Mi 1 liornas Wonllcy, Mi Thomas Broughton, and Mr thompson were fit and proper persons to lepresent the ward and a requisition to the Acting Alder- man < Mr Rv an Brenan) w a« signed request- ing lum to call a meeting of the citizens of the ward, to be held in the School of Arts, for the purpose of submitting the names of the gen tlemen proposed to their consideration A committee of five waa named to make the necessary arrangements Another meeting of electors was held at the Royal Hotel, which was a<l)outned in con sequence of the proceedings of the pievious meeting, with mt doing any husiness BOURKE WA...

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SUNDRIE[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 September 1842

tUNDRIE«. ? Mace.Par pound. 0 4 S Nutmeg«. 0 16 Clove« .f# 0 13 Cloth.Blue -Udg., per yard .. 0 9 0 Superfine blue. 0 16 0 Ditto coloured. 0 14 0 Blue for contract. 0 8 0 Rope.assorted, per cat. S 15 0 Manila. I II 0 . Co.r. 1 g 0 Canvas.... Bleached per bolt .... 2 5 o Turpentine iu jars, per gallon. 0 5 6 PaiutOU .. Per gallon.'. 0 7 6 White Lead, ground, in keg«, per t-wt. 1 It 0 Black Paint, per owl. I g o Green ....Dittodi'to. SOO Tar.Riva, per barrel. ISO American....., 0 l8 0 Coal. 0 IS 0 Pitch.Perbarrel. 10 0 OüS4ooki,»hit.o«k,forpipea,perton 10 7 For b-.nel«. a H DialPlank, Norway per foot. 0 0 « American. 0 0 3 Gunpowder, Blasting, per lb.' 0 0 7 Canniiter. Oil, Glass. 0 2 0 Mustard ..Pound«,per dex. 14s. to 0 19 0' Half-pounds. 0 li 0 Pickle«.... Quarts, per dot. « l8 6 £"»?». 0 10 0 Soap.Howe«', per ion. 40 0 0 Liverpool.«l8 to 24 0 0 Colonial. 35 0 0 Salt.Liverpool, per ton. 5 5 0 Roek. 2 10 0 Basket, per doxen. 0 7 0 Fruits ....Bottled, per do«. 0 17 I

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SYDNEY MARKETS.—FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 September 1842

SYDNEY MARKETS.-FRIDAY. WHEAT.-There have only been five loads brought to inn ike t during the week. The prices range fioin 6s. to 7s. according to quality. FLOUR.-This maikntis again in a health) state. # The greater portion of the inferior flour imported lately has b-'en worked up, and we are left with good fresh slock at the mills. The prices arc furn, namely ; Hollingsheih Credit. Cash. Credit. Cash Fine.21s.20s. .. 19s.... ..18s. Seconds.16\.l5s. .. 17s.10s. Ration.14s.13s. .. Ids.14s. Bran.2s. Gd. .. 2F. BREAD.-The price of the 2lb. loaf ranges from 3|. to Vid. No. 1. biscuit, 2fis. No. 2. 21s. per cwt. MAIZE is still on the advance. The dealers giving from 3s. 9s. to 4s. 2d. per bushel. The rclail prices are from 4s. Gd. to 4s. lOd. pel bushel. HANLEY.-The prices given to the growers are from 2s. lOd. to 3s. 4d.. The dealers charging from 3s. Gd. to 4s per bushel O vis.-The best Van Diemen's Land oats are retailing at 5s. per budicl. Others of an inferior quality are to be ha...

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METALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 September 1842

METALS. H Iron.Assorted, per ton.'. 9 10 0 H Copper ...8hetthing, per lb. .... 0 14 H Zinc.Roll, d, per ten. 40 0 0 H J?*?,,.P»'w ... None. ? Tin Plate«. Assorted. 22«. to S 5 0 H Shot..'....Assorted. ISO H

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 September 1842

coat .ax BOXAI, »tuuaivo a. UPON a review of the transactions of the past week, it will be discovered that a larger amount of business has been done than in the three weeks prior, and at satisfuctoiy prices; most ai tides of general use are held (or in- creasing rate;, which will be realised ; the stores are now pretty well cleared of the old stocks, and it is certain it will be a long time before any large importations ft oin the United Kingdom will take place. WHEAT AND FLUUR.-In these articles there is no alteration. PROVISIONS.- Poik, beef, barns, and bacon, no transactions have taken place worth enume- rating, but holders will not accept lower prices. BUTTER. - Upwards of 200 kegs have chunged hands on average at lad. CHEESE.-None in the maiket. PICKLES AND MUSTARD.-At a sale hy the hammer these articles show an advance. Pickles being taken at 18s. Cd. per dozen quarts, and mustard 19B. lbs. VINEGAR.-Is without any enquiry. SALT.-Ten tons have been taken at £5 5>\ Si ARCH AN...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 September 1842

....... I Wool ....Choice flocki, per lb. .. 0 0 0 Good ordinary........ 0 1 0 Broken.............. 0 0 IO Ingress«. 0 0 S O".Spero«, per toa. 65 0 0 Hide« ....Salted, per lb . 8 0S ? Ceésr ....GaodeyssJitY.pMseat,. O 0 0

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DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 September 1842

DUTIES. I «. at Brandy. IS 0 Gin. IS 0 B. P. Kum.... 9 0 English ditto.. 9 0 Foreign Rum., l8 0 Tobacco. 8 0 Snuff. t 0 Cordials.....,, is 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 September 1842

SALES BY AUCTION. TO THE FA8HIONABLE WORLD. A XaOXf DOIT BUXX.T OHAXtXOT. Immediately after the Sale of Giga alreadv ad- vertised for THIS DAY, the 17tli day of September, 1842. MR. STUBBS will put up one of HODL DITCH'S (LONG ACRE) LONDON BUILT CHARIOTS, painted dark green, suitab'e either for town or travelling, and originally made for the celebrated sporting character Mr. Mytton, of Halford.) It is completely furnished with large and small imperials, cap boxes, &c, and though strongly bui't, ruus remarkable light and easy. f*In all respects it is a most stntltmanly and desirable equipage. A set oi single and double Harneas will be offered separately, _Term«, Cash. 8787 FORTY aosas, BOTANY PARISH, BANK'S MEADOWS. MR. STUBBS is instructed to Sell by Public Auction, at the Mart, King street on WEDNKSDW, the 21st day of September, 1812. Sale at Twelve. The above valuable Estate in ONE LOT, as described on the Flan, lying and situated in the Parish of Botany, bounded on the so...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 September 1842

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. FRIDAY. BEFORE the CHIEF COMMISSIONER. PROOF OF CLAIMS. In the estate of Joseph Kidd Walpole, a single meeting ; Stone and Holler, £5 5 s. ; Thomas Davies, £7 18s. 5d. ; William Fisher, £33 10s. 11d.; John Stirling, £86 13s. l1d. In the estate of W. Page Cousins, a single meeting í Wiltson - Thomas, <40 j John Cousens 27pounds; Moseley Moss Cohen, 44 3s 6d ; T. Perkins, Bennett and Co., £41 7s. 8d ; Kemp and Fairfax, £2 13s. 9d. The insolvent's wearing apparel to be allowed, but everything else to be sold. In the estate of George T. Hicks, a third meeting: Burdekin and Hawley, £121 9s. <)d~; Joseph Newton, £713 Oa. 3d.; E. T. Hogg, £69 ; the estate of T. W. Arnold, £j7. In the estate at John Rogers, n third meet- ing : Rowaiid, M'Nub and Co., £35 15s. 4d. ; Kemp and Fairfax, £2 19s. 4d. ; I). Jones und Co , £508 5s. Id. ; T. Gore and Co., £41 15s. ; M. Priddle, £8 8s. ; Charles Smith, £30 9s. ; Melville and Andrews...

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The Sydney Morning Herald. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." WILL THE RESPECTABLE CLASSES COME FORWARD—OR NOT? [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 September 1842

Ohr jbgtmrj) xHomma ftrratti. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17,1842. -a» " Sworn to no Munter, of no Sect am J. * WILL THE RESPECTABLE CLASSES COME FORWARD-OR NOT? IT ia to be hoped that the noisy, confused, imbecile meeting in the Com Mai kel, held on Thursday, will have taught our fellow citizens the necessity of a wiser, more re- gular, and more efficient course of pro- ceeding. The history of all public asso- ciations, whether commercial, literary, charitable, or political, proves the inexpe- diency, the practical folly, of leaving principles and details to be originated in large and promiscuous assemblies, without preparatory arrangement. The ill-timed remark of the worthy Alderman of Phillip's Ward, that the huge gathering referred to was " not a hole-and-corner meeting, " in- dicated a singular forgeU'uluess of the dictates of universal experience, and, under the similitude of a co.npUmenf, was in re- ality a stinging reproach. Substitute for the vulgar catchword, " hole-and-corner," t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 September 1842

SPECIAL NOTICE. IHK Subscribers to this 'Paper, and the Public generally, are lectfully informed, that in future following Rules will be »triotly lered to : i Sydney.-No new Subscriber» be received without one qum-ter ig paid in advance, for which ten cent, will be allowed ; the sub ption in advance being 13s. 6d. quarter. ,i the Country.-No new Sub ¡bcrs will be received without ?-a-year being paid in advance, which ten per cent, will be al /ed ; the subscription in advance lug £1 Ila. 6tl. per half year ; and Proprietors must be furnished ihe time with a written under- ling that all future payments, both for subscription and charges of advertisements, shall be made in Ifdney, or by the hands of an Agent filn all cases, whether in Town or öpuntry, the names of persons will fie struck off the subscription list, when the arrears against them have ?Mod over twelve months, and pro Mfedings for recovering th« amount dite will be instituted. fäfto Advertisements will be received ftçm per...

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A[?] INTELLIGENCE. BERRIMA CIRCUIT. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 September 1842

Assxxa z»Tax,x,xoBsrca. BERRIMA CIRCUIT. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. BEFORE his Honor, Mi. Justice liunxoy. CATTLE STBAI.INO. John Norris, alias John Makepiecc, late of Goulbui n, wus indicti d fi r having, on the 27th August, 1842, stolen five cows, thepro Íierty ol Mr. Henry Ellenborough, of Wol- ogorong, near Goulburn. The ATTORNEY GENERAL said, that he had very few obsei vatious to make on the case which he should now have to bring before the Jiuy. It was one of many of a similar nature which he should haye to bring before them ttiiB Session. The crime of cattle-stealing, he was sorry to say, had not diminished in this district of the colony, but on the contrary, for the last fourteen year.«, during which time he had been engaged one way and another, in the Criminal Court ol' the colony, he hud never known a calendar present so large a number of cases of this sort. The present case was a most glaring one, as they would gather from the leading facts which he would now state to them....

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