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

TO THE CITIZENS OF SYDNEY MAY Bl ELECTED TO THE RI8PICTIVK FICES OF MAYOR, ALDEaMBN, AND COON. LOBS. ENTLEMEN,-As the time is now fast sppn aihing, at which you will be called to fill the several Offices, which will isnly attach to your Body at the Council e City, I will not longer delay placing :lf under your notice as a candidate for the itioa of Town Clerk, which Offire will be »eli in your nomination With respect qualification for the proper discharge of actions of the important trust to which 1 now the ambition to aspire, I beg leavre to uch of you and of my Fellow-Cilinns ilonists as may not he already cognizant circumstances, that I was the first regu adtnittrd Attorney, Solicitor, and Proctor, j regularly constitued Court or Courts of .ature for the trial of Causes at Law or in iifiptv, «nd tor Keele iasticelxnd Vice-Admiralty «SBaerli that eiitted in the colony, haviug ob >d my admission in the Supreme and irnor's Courts in the month of February, ; that I had been previo...

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LIST OF CITIZENS In Brisbane Ward, in the City of Sydney, SCHEDULE C. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 September 1842

LIST OF CITIZENS           In Brisbane Ward, in the City of Sydney, SCHEDULE C. Abrahams Montague; nature of property rated, house ; street, lane, or other place in this Ward, where the property is si- tuated for which he is now rated, Mar-   ket street. Abrahems Henry, house, Sussex street Absalom John, shop, York street Aiton Thomas, public house, Clarence st. Anderson Robert, store and wharf, Sussex street Anderson Robert, shop, Erskine street Anderson David, house, Kent street   Antrobus James, shop, Market street Armitage Joseph Taylor, stores, King st. Armstrong, John, offices, George street Ashton Robert, house, Kent street Aspinall John, shop, George street Atkins George, house, Clarence street Atkinson, Christopher, house, Clarence st. Atwool Thomas, house, Kent street Auld Robert, house, Clarence street Bailey James, house, Druitt street Baldock William, public house, Sussex st. Bark...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. LETTER III. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 September 1842

OBZOIsTAX, COXUirOIIDlVOI, LETTER III. To the Editors of the Sydney ¡Horning Herald. GENTLEUEN,-Die first step taken by the Local Government to impart value to the «äste Crown Lands in New South Wales, «as the publication of Sir Richard Bourke s well-known regulations respecting the assign- ment of convicts, proportioning the number to be obtained by each settler to the quan- tity of land purchased by lum from the I crown The absolute propriety of such a measure, involv tug as it did the necessity of assigning England s felons-professedly sent hither for the purpose of being reformed not to those settlers, who, by their motáis, religious profession, and humanity, might appear to the clergy und magistrates best qualified for tht important task, but to such as held the heaviest purses, it would be out of pi ice here to discuss Considering the men whose ski 1 and bodily powers (I cannot with truth write "industry ) wire thus sold with the crown lands, merely in the light of slaves, or ...

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CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 September 1842

CLEARANCES. -For London, the barque Clarinda, Captain Godby, with colonial produce. Passengers ; Mrs. Godby and Mr. Gwyn. For Port Nelson, New Zealand, the three masted schooner Osprey, Captain Sedgwick, with a general cargo. Passengers-Messrs. Sinclair, Ridgway, Sandford, and Parkinson ; i steerage, Mr. Brown.

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. THE GREAT FIGHT BETWEEN BROOME AND BUNGAREE, FOR £300, A-SIDE. (From the Bell's New Weekly Messenger, May 1.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 September 1842

BÄotia« isnuan, . ?.. | TOE . GREAT FIGHT BETWEEN BBOOMB AND BUNGAREE, FOR ¿«300 A-SIDE. (From the Bell's New Weekly Messenger, J ms oontcst, TV Inch has excited such in- terest in the sporting world, was decided or Tuesday in 'favour of Broome, who, from his frequent victories, has become the champion of what is technically termed " thejight weights." He is a fine scien- tific fighter, of great muscular power and stamina. His opponent, an Australian, named Bungaree, is also a man of great strength, and, for n foreigner, possesses much knowledge of sparring and the tactics" of the ring. Both men for the last few weeks have been in active training in]the suburban districts of the metropo- lis, under the most experienced profes- sors,'and their condition was considered l)£ the best judges to be first rate. The Australian, from being comparatively unknown to the " fancy," did not mee't with so many backers as his opponent; but nevertheless, he obtnined considerable patronage from, some...

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 September 1842

COASTERS INWARDS. j september 17.- Iryphona, 131, Abercrom- bie, from Newcastle, with eoals; Henry, 26, Johnson, from Lake Macquarie, with coals ; - Currency Lad, 19, Stevenson, from Brisbane Water, with 3000 feet timber, 2000 shingles ; John, 37, Steel, from Newcastle, with coals ; Jess, 77, Bennett, from the M'Leay, with 36,00« feet cedar ; Thomson». 37, Porter, fioin Lake Macquarie with coals : .. Hyndes, 30, Beneaud, from Kiama, with 10,000 feet cedar; Northumberland, 17, Dennis, from Brisbane Water aud Port Aiken, with 500 bushels muizc. Thistle, steamer, 127, Mul- hall, from the Hunter, with 20 bales wool, 40 bags maize, 30 trusses hay, &c. ; Mary, 15, Turner, from the Hawkesbury, with 50,000 shingles, and 30 bushell corn.

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 September 1842

. COASTERS OUTWARDS. September 17.- William, 21, Thompson, for Brisbane Water, in ballast : Rote, 28, Atto, i«r tlie Pattison, with «uiidri«*; Th'uUt, steamer, 127, Mulhull, for the Huutcr, with sundries ; Industry, 19, Johnson, for Berri Biagui, with sundries ; Sovereign, ttvamrr, 11*, Cape, for the Hunter, with sundries; Hard's Legacy, 33, Banton, for Wollongong-, with HUiidrie'j Henry, 16, Johnson, for Lake Macquarie, with sundries; Thomsons, 37, Por- ter, tor Lake Macquarie, in ballast ; Ruth, 12, Miller, for the Hawkerbury, in ballast; Cur- rency Lad, 19, Stevenson, for Brisbane WaUr, with sundries; Mary, 15, Turner, for the Hawkesbury, with sundries. The Lunar ha« on board 70 toni sandal wood, which was transhipped into her from the Magnet, which vessel is still trading at the Isle of Pines. The Caroline, of Hobart Town, was there with 170 tons sandal wood on board ; thuy have hud a number of affrays with the native«, which had ter- minated with the loss of several liven on th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 September 1842

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTIOH. ! ¡Ve insert for the information of the PtM* j an Abstract of all the Public Sal»*»* take place I THIS DAY. Foss ANO LLovD.-At their Roora«, « » ¡ o'clock, Combs, Haberdashery. Flour, se. . MOORE AND HEVDON.-AI their Rooms, st » o'clock, l urniture. Pianoforte, Oigan, «. MR. S. LvoNs.-At his Mart, at IO ods* Flour; at II o'clock, Land st .Camp»1 town, Lane Cove, ond Hinton, Lan« « Vaucluse, 100 Allotments of the Psdai« ton Estate, Arc. ..«»Uni* MR. BLAcxMAN.-Athis Rooms, atl2oclo«, the Schooner Thomas Crisp. ., MR. R. Mr.Lvu.LE.-At Mr. Lilleyi »J - Room, comer of Pitt and Market street«,, » 11 o'clock, Household Furniture, fcartn« ware, &c. . .. .. .tj MR. POLACK-At Canterbury Market, ». o'clock, fattie, Horses, Sheep, Se . MR. STUBB..-At his Mart, ?»" «fS Allotments of the Chippendale Property. . the rear of Tooth's Brewery. 105 «re» « Percy Farm, near Sydney, 78 aewon "» road from Billy Blue's to Parrsatt«»* «? te«drfCatt»r,wihstJi«,*fi.

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TO CORRESPONDEN[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 September 1842

Wt do not think that Novice ¿» Quite such a " new chum" a» he pretend» to be. The in- dividual, he refers to, will find hit own level if let alone : we do not think ii necessary to publish Novice's letter.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 September 1842

  BIRTHS.       On the 18th instant, Mrs. J. Fletcher,   Lower George-street, of a daughter.   On the 2nd instant, Mrs. Kinnear Robertson, of a daughter, at Maharatta, Maneroo. MARRIED.           On the 17th instant, at St. Phillip's Church,   Sydney, by the Rev. Mr. Grylls, Colin   Macleod, Esq., to Alexandrina Flora, third daughter of S. Fraser, Esq., '80th Regiment.

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DIARY. Memoranda for This Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 September 1842

DIARY. MetBtrsvnd* few Tula Day. I *".,,","|,"_ I SUN, I HIUH TIKE. September. ^ thf¡t | ¿^ '( mor|| t fVtn 19 I MONuAV_| 6 3 | 5 57 I 7 42 1 8 6 Pull Moon, Sept. 20, 3g m. past 4, afternoon.

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EXPORTS. Vessels cleared out from the 10th to the 17th instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 September 1842

EXPOKTS. . , [', Vessels cleared out from the 10M lo Ml P instant, induñve, ! September 10.-ROLAND, 335 tons, U Cozanct, master, for South Sea Fishery, »» , ling stores. _ '< SeptemberI2.-GOVERNORHALKETT, \ 332 tons, Silver, master, for London; ¡SI "' casks sperm oil, 5(1 bales wool, S caski sal | Bkins, 23 bundles whalebone, 4 cases cum- ! sities. ,. > September 15.-LADY LEIGH, l»fo«J S Munn, master, for Guam ; 7 casks pitch, 1« J barrels tar, 4Ö8bars, 220 bundles iron, tö>»" f bricks, 3 pair bellows, 10 casea chees«, I | casks, 5 cases hardware, 4 casks flints,!casa» j holloware, 3 casks shot, S^askspaittV*0*" ¡, saws, 2 cases lumps, li anvils, 2eastsliiti,I i\ cask metal goods, 4 kegs nails, 40 boil« ii plates, l8 cases wine, 20 casks bottled beer,» v coses cider, 10 cases maccaroni, 2 truukiM' ^ berdashcry, 4hogsheadsBlops,2casesmustiil. i September 15.-CALEDONIA, 405 lou, , Liddell, master, for Gunin, in ballast.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 September 1842

flaWMUTCW »nvaiov. TH E Subscribers arc informed , that Mit. D. L. SPILLANK ii appointed Agent for the Sydnry Morning Herald, in the Campbell- town, and also in those districts where he is appointed by the Govern- ment to collect Quit-rents, excepting where other agents reside. September 5.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 September 1842

DEPARTURES. For Port Phillip, on Saturday last, the steamer Seahorse, Captain Tallan, with sheep, cattle, &c. Passengers - Mr. and Mrs. Carr, Mr. and Mrs. Marsh, Messrs. McLeod, Bax- ter, Jones, Snowball, Griffith, Wes'garth, J. Lamb, - Lamb, Ross, Munroe, Dunn, Holds- worth, Burdekin, Ebden, Laurie, Emanuel, Moorehead, Douglass, Snodgrass, Urquhart, and Kelsh. Steerage-Corporal of the 80th Regiment, and Thomas Neilson. For China, on Saturday last, the basque Caledonia, Captain Liddell, in ballast. Pas- senger to England, Mr. Lynch. For Hobart Town, yesterday, the brig Caro- line, Capt. Coombes, with a general cargo. Passengers-Mr. Philipson and Mr.Berteaux ; steerage, Mrs. Johnston, Miss Nathan, Mr. and Mrs. Raine and child, and Mr. Robinson.

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SYDNEY GENERAL TRADE [?] SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 184[?]. IMPORTS, Reports from the 10th to the 17th inte4nd [?] clusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 September 1842

SYDSnsT oastBsux, ***0I»,. .ATURnAY.SEr-WMBHtf,!^., IMPORTS. ' fopvtifromtkeloiktothMhto- ' elusive, "»i SEPTEMBER 12.-OLINDA, brie Äk. > Crickmay. master, from Oporto, ¿fe F * Hope, and Hobart Town, lamb AH'1 if agents; 199 bags nut., 32Ica!eÄf 25 quarter-casks wine,' 4 ca.eÄN " gar, 34 boxes almond», lOhoÄ "T " ter-casks 10 barrels ofive oi, U& 'Ö. bury; 2 cases .2casks dried fmOZ Î Constantm wine, 2 bundles flap ,¿¡5/ * chandise, W. Matthew ; 2 ftlf-Z?*1 í 4 boxes raisins, 4 boxes apricot,; t?{'? "i peaches. J. C. Parker; I m^bi cases almonds and walnuts, J ««&* A-M'Leay.; 1 half aura *i.ie, 6 l'ßM J. M'Kenny; 7 tons and .85%^ September 12 -CALEDONIA, fe» & 405 tons, Liddell, master, fiom li"P f Port Phillip, Brown a.idCo ,gÄ% OrderP.,tCl'' " tiercM bcef' '« Cftf September 12.-ORATAVA, »AmH{ tons, Ellis, master, from Hobart C Í Milne, agent ; 5 tons potatoes, i «Jl{\ rum, W. Ellis; 1 tierce tobacco J to? A 10 cases Geneva, W. Bind; 1 cnisl ti' u tons fl...

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PHILLIP WARD MEETING. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 September 1842

.--,. .JSP , PHILLIP WARD MEETING. To the Editors ofthe Sydney Morning Herald GENTLEMEN,-in tne ¿tuxiraiasian urosmi of this day, there is an article respecting the meeting held iii this ward on Thursday, from which the following is an extract:-"The requisition did not proceed exclusively from Phillip Ward, but seemed to have been con- cocted with a" little regard to order und propriety as the meeting itself. It was advertised only in one journal, _ ' to avoid expense,' as one of the requisilionists said iii our hraiinç, and out of contempt for ' one sect' who alone read not that paper, according to Mr. Jones, of Brickfield Hill, another requisitionist." The above assertion is untrue. Mr. Duncan, who is, I believe, the to mc, that the meeting »«,..,1 , ill was only advertised in one Da»er Muill replied, " You would not LX All lection, Mr. Duncan! ¡¡t fe^H 1¡ in your own paper : we BfS?"Hlflf that is universally rea," &Slt said. "1 can prove there i, " UBHN1 citizens who neve...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 September 1842

ooMsammoiA* xsrrss&i,iaaKoa, I UPON a review of the trantactiont of the patt week, it will be discovered that a larger amount of business has been done than in the three weeks prior, and at satisfactory prices ; most articles of general use are held for in- creasing' rates, which will be realized ; 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 from the United Kingdom will take place. WHEAT AND FLOUR.-In these articles there is no alterations. PROVISIONS.-Pork, beef, hams, and bacon, no transactions have taken place worth enu- merating ; but holders will not accept lower pricer. BUTTER. - Up« ard» of 200 kegs have «hanged hands, on average, at 15d. CHEESE.-None in the market. PICKLES AND MUSTARD.-At a sale by the hummer these articles show an advance. Pickles being taken at 18s. ad. per dozen quarts, and mustard IDs. per dozen lbs. VINEGAR is without enquiry. SALT.-Ten tons have been taken at £...

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RELIGIOUS TOLERATION. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 September 1842

RELIGIOUS TOLERATION. I To tht Editors of tfie Sydney Morning Herald. I GENTLEMEN,-i our correspondent Melanc thon professes to reply to the" statements made in the Council by the Bishop of Aus- tralia. These statements went to show that the Church of Rome would, if they had the power, forbid the publie exercise of our religion. Let us see how far Meluncthon has answered them. His Lordship says, - 1. "There is in Rome a large English con- gregation. Some years ago they requested permission to adopt means for the cele- bration of their worship. The question was, will you tolerate?_ No. Will you connive? Yes, to a certain limited extent ; that is, in a mere private ami obscure assembly in a private room, so as to give no offence ; and to this tx trut, and na further, even to this day, does the Church of Rome grant our countrymen per- mission to follow the dictates of their con- science." Answer. "With respect to Rome I have at- tended the service at the residence of the liril'iih Amba...

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The Sydney Morning Herald. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, fo no Sect am I." COLONIAL TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 September 1842

Uhe »suites mo min g ferr*!*. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19,18.2. -m "Sworn trn^no Unter, »/no Sect am I." COLONIAL TOBACCO. AN American gentleman, named WAL TUALL, lias recently commenced manu* factoring tobacco at Maitland, and the samplet be has produced and sent to Sydney are so superior, that even the best judges have taken them to be American. There ara large tracts of laud on the banka of the Hunter and its tributaries, and no doubt still Urgqr tracts on the M'Leay, Hastings, Clarence, and Brisbane, which are admirably adapted for the growth of the tobacco-plant, and it is therefore a matter of considerable importance to find that wc hnve a person amongst us who so thoroughly understands the process of manufacturing tobacco as Mr. WALTHALL appears to do. Tue quantity of tobacco actually cousniiied in this colony it im uieme, as may be teen from the fact of the duty actually paid in 1841, amounting tojüä.lea. TluMMMtto. therefore, of 4»awfc* *.*.» iiwlHtK «hlf 4k» "K, duty oil foreign ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 September 1842

SALES BY AUCTION. BBio BIBB. MR SAMUEL LYOHS will Sell by Auc- tion, at his Mart, the corner of George ?trretand Charlotte-place, on WEDNESDAY, the 21«t instant, at Eleven o'clock, without the least reserve, The Bri; HIND, 141 and 24-91 tom burthen ai per remitter, as the now lies off the Circular Wharf, with all her matts, yardi, nils, stand- ing and running gear. &c y together with an excellent Chronometer, now on board. She wai built at Dundee, in Scotland. May be viewed until day of Sale. _Terms at Sale._3648 Cbsloe nock of Sheep, running in the »ietrict »f Hartley. MR. SAMUEL. LYONS will aell by auction, at hit Mart, George-street and Charlotte, place, on SATURDAY, 1st October next, at eleven o'clock precisely, 500 Two year old maiden ewes, to lamb in October next 400 Mixed ewes from four to six yean old, to lamb in October next 3*0 Maiden ewes, fourteen months old, to 1 »'iib in October next 430 mix-*d wether», from fourteen months to twi years old ltiáU Head of sheep,...

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