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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 September 1842
SPECIAL NOTICE. HE Subscribers to this Paper, JA nnd the Public generally, arc .fcspectfully informed, that in future ¿flic following Rules will be strictly adhered to : I| In Sydney.-No new Subscribers j^frill be received without one quarter ¿Jjeing paid in advance, for which ten *3er cent, will be allowed ; the sub- scription in advance being 13s. 6d. r qunrter. In the Country.-No new Sub ribers will be received without itdf-a-year being paid in advance, r which ten per cent, will be al wed ; the subscription in advance hu, £1 11s. 6d. per half v«»ar; and e Proprietors must be''iurn.-Jied t the time with a written uncler ^,. king that all future payments, Sloth for subscription and charges of advertisements, shall be made in Sydney, or by the hands of an Agent / In all c.ises, whether in Town or Country, the names of persons will te struck off the subscription list, ?hen the arrears against them have '^toocl over twelve months, and pro- ceedings for recovering th« amount due will ...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editort of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 September 1842
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. GENTLEMEN, - I beg to submit to you, for insertion in your columns, if you can find room for them, the following desultory re- marks, derived from personal observation, &nbsp; respecting the geological character, natural features, and available lands of that portion of country extending from the county of Mac- quarie to the Clarence river, and which comprises the basins of the McLeay, Nanbuccra, and Billengen rivers. The McLeay River disembogues in Trial Bay, by a bar continually shifting in position ; the depth of water on it being also subject to &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; considerable variation, but always sufficient for the small coasting craft engaged in the cedar trade. &nbsp; &nbsp; In the immediate vicinity of the mouth of the river the land is un...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 September 1842
ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE. FIRST NU1HT Oí THE SEASOM. The Public is respectfully informed, that this Theatre will re-upen ON THURSDAY EVENING, SEPT. 22 UNDER THE FtTHONAOE OF THE STEWARDS OP THE HOMEBUSH RACKS, AND THE MLMULHS OF THE JOCKEY CLUB. The performances for the Evening will consist of two New Pieces, never before acted in these colonies, coinmeiieing with an orittmal Comedy, written hy Buckston?, in three Acts, entitled BEAUX AND BELLES; OR, SIN- GLE LIFE. A Pas de Trais, by Mr. Chambers, and Misses Jones and Thompson. A Sang by desire, by Mrs. S. W. Wulluce. Tu conclude with a deeply interesting Drama, called LOVE AND POVERTY: OR, THE FATAL KEEPSAKE. Nights of perform- ance-Monday, Tuesduy, Thursday, and Saturday. Doors open at seven «'clock, and psrl'oriiiduce «commence at half-past seven yreeUely ; Boxes 5s. ; Upper Boxes 4t. ; Pitt 24. ; Gallery Is. ; Half price, nine o'clock. 3S99 T. SIMES, Manager.
INDIAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 September 1842
INDIAN NEWS. IN the Strait»' Metnenger, (a new Singa- pore paper), of the 4 th June, we find a Geucral Order, issued by Lord ELLEN- BOROUGH, dated Allahabad, April 30th, 1842, acknowledging the receipt of General POLLACK'S despatch, announcing his ar- rival at Jellalabad. After expressing his high approval of the whole of General POLLACK'S conduct, His LORDSHIP re- vests to the services of Sir ROHERT SALE, and the garrison at Jellalabad, and testifies his " opinion of the just claims of that garrison to the gratitude of the go- vernment, and of their country." The Order then directs that the sixth battalion of artillery, the fifth regiment of cavalry, and the thirty-fifth regiment of native in- fantry, shall bear upon their colours and appointments a mural crown superscribed Jellalabad, and the thirty-fifth is in future to be a light infantry regiment. His LORDSHIP then directs that a silver medal be made for every officer, nou-commis sioned officer, ami private, European and native...
ASSIGN INTELLIGENCE. MAITLAND CIRCUIT.—WEDNESDAY. BEFORE the CHIEF JUSTICE and ASSESORS. GARRARD V. CHRISTIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 September 1842
JkMBXXn XNTS1X.X.ZOX1MOS. MAITLAND CIRCUIT.-WEDNESDAY. BEFORE the CHIEF JUSTICE and Assessors. GARRARD V. CHRISTIAN. 1 his was nu nction ot trover, brought to re coier the vulue of a mare, alleged to be the property of the plaintiff, and to lime been oonvei ted by the détendant to his own use. The defendant hud pleaded leaxe and tícente, which was traversed hy tbu nl.untift. Mr. Windeyer for the pluintili, and Mr. Michie for the defendant. It wus proved by a witness mimed Smith, a se mint »i the plaintif!, that the defendant, a shoit time back, caine to lum, and asked for the loan of one of the plaintiff* horses. Wit- ness said, that he Lonid not lend one, (plain- tiff being ab-ient from hu farm,) without the permission of Mrs. Garrard were fiist ob- tained. Defendant went una), returned the next morning and mud, tliut he had got Mrs Garrard s permission, upon which witness let the defendant huve the animal, tor the reco- very of whiuh the net um was brought. CrosH-i \umiin d by Mr ...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TRUSTEES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 September 1842
BOMBS rio XBTTax,x.ioaaTaa. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TRUSTEES. THE following provisional Trustees have been confirmed since our last report : Estates. Trustees. Richard Boyle Loane Joseph M "Kenna William Peat sou Walter Gray Win. Thomas Arnold Henry Bennett John Lett Thomas Smith S. Peek and Co. R. Glasgow Dunlop, Jeremiah Murphy, and John Morris. S. Peek The same Ti us tees as S. Peek and Co. Joseph Webb The same Trustees as S. Peek and Co. George Smyth Rulph Mayer Robey William Clarke Alexander Rollaron Michael Shiel Nehe«.iah Rundle Thomas Stewart William Drake. _ In the estate of Martin Shannon, the elec tion of James Solomon, as trustee, has also been confirmed. The following persons have also obtained their certificates of discharge during the last week ; J. Botts Humphrey, Win. Wright, of the firm of Rust and Co., and George I Huggett. The following plan of distribution has been confirmed in the estate of John Turn- bull, farmer : £. 8. d. Claims proved .113 4 1 Total realize...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 September 1842
£0TaAM »O MOMTO» BAT, THE powerful iron steampncket SHAMROCK, >m\\ Have Sidney for Brisbane -Town on friday, 14th October, at ITC O ctuta p m No good« fir shipment can be received after «twelve o'clocs, a m. No credit upon Fires or Freight! f, FKANCI» CLARKE, Manager - ¿II R S N Com,>sny'i Wharf, » 17th Smtember «V4U 17th Ssptember ax,ans«oii BXV&lt; K r ,., rilHE BBSSr, 70 tons, sn'i it%i\ JL for the above to morrow For freight or passage apply on bosud orto JAMES COOK Union Wharf * f Si pie tub r 19. _^ roi KOxnTOir BAIT. A R«OULAR TRADRR. THE fine first class Schooner EDWARD, John Chambers, master. This &nbsp; vessel is daily expected, in the &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; mean time goods stored free of charge. THOMAS AGARS. &nbsp; Kent-street North &nbsp; rm i Var Moreton Bay, THE PACKET SCHOONER WANDBUBR Henry Burns, master, willcom wBPsr-- menee loading at Morley and iteele's Wharf Bathurst Street, on Wednesday , * ¿1st insta...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 September 1842
IMPOUNDINGS. Farnborough, Black Creek.-September 12: One roan mare, inclining to grey, branded lill conjoined on the off shoulder; damages. £1. One red bullock, near horn broken off, branded B near ribs, RJ under nu illegible brand off rump ; damages 2s. Gd. One light brown and white heifer, brunded MC near rump apparently F7 off shoulder, 1TJ off rump ; damages 2s. öd. One dark-red steer, MS over 8 off rump, O off shoulder ; damages Gd. If not rcaleased tiley will be sold on the 10th October. A.M'Nao. [Ha. 9d. Emu Ferrv Pounb. By G. Frost, Penrith. One dark-red bull calf, with very little white about him, about a year old, no brand visible. To be sold, if uot claimed ou 27th September. I ».Amu» d>. i GouLBouRN.-September 10: Onerett-sidect Cow, white on the back, legs, and face, ofFenr marked,brand off hinandribsapparently AVB, a led and white male Calf with her. If the above Cow and Calf are not released before the Sth of October, ihcy will be sold. J. Marsden-, [!)s. Singleton...
COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 September 1842
COASTERS OUTWARDS. September 19.-Pedlar, 10, Henderson, for Wiil'ongonjr. in ballast; Harriet, 13, Richards, for Newcastle, in ballast ; Ruse, steamer, 172, i'tutiacii!, fur the Hunter, with sundries; Harriett, 15, Cr».use, for Brisbane Water, with sundries ; Mary Ann, 7, Shaw, for the Hawkesbury, with sundries ; John und Char- lotte, 93, Collins, for Newcustlc, in ballast ; Sophia Jane, steamer, lfl(», Wiseman, for Wollongong, with sundries; Rover, 10, Thompson, for the Hawkesbury, in ballast. The Sons of Commerce did not speak any vessels connected with these colonies until Sui.diylast, when she fell in with'tbe steamer Seahorse, off Jervis Bay. One of the steerage passengers, liamed Heald, fell overboard during the voyage, und win drowned. Sre sailed ten day* before thsDuke of Manchester, atld consequently brings no news. Tbe-Äf/Aer left Moreton Bay for Sydney, vi« the M'Leay, the saint day as the Edward.
VESSELS LAID ON FOR THIS COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 September 1842
VESSELS LAID ON FOR THIS COLON!. From London Direct.-Spartan, 400, Macey, merchandise, April 25. St. Georye, 383, Sughrue, Api ii 26. Giraffe, 26i, Moore, May. Kinnear, merchandise, June 3. Eden. 420, Boyce, merchandise, April30. Taplcy,350, Mullory, merchandise. Sons of Commerce, 4SI, Williams, sailed. Harlequin, 350, Harrison, merchandise, April 2-5. Trial, 430, Day, mer- chandise, Muy. Aden, 422, Waddel, mer- chandise, April 16. Morley, 580, Evans, merchandise, April 25. From Li verpool.--Colombian, 276, Wuki-m. May IS. From Port PiuiLir.-Duke of Richmond. Lord Saumarez, bl ¡g. Thomas Lord, schooner. Falcon, schooner. From Hobart Tow«. - Surry. Scotia, schooner. Urambie, H. M. B., 10 guns. Fly, II. M. 8., l8 guns, Blackwood. Marian Wat- son, schooner. ¿7ùa, schooner. Sir John liyny, brig. Waterlily, schooner. Froh Adelaide.-Dorset, brig, Walsh. From Launceston.-Wdlium, brig, Thom. Fro ii Nkw Zealand.- Bee, brig, 140, Cheyne. Ariel, Finlay. Harriett. Margaret, M* hannon. Scotia, s...
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER [?] 1842, COURT OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 September 1842
I oovJSxtia-McaivT ouitti, PitlDAi, SEI'ÏKMBLU lu, 184i, COURT OF CLAIMS. Court of Claims Oihte, September 12, 181-2 Notice' is hereby given, that the following Claims for Deeds of Grant of Land and Town Allotments, will be leady for the examination of the Commissioners at the expiration of two months fiom this date, befoie which day any caveat 01 counter ti um must be entered ut thib Office. Due notice will be given of the days appointed tor the healings. II J'). James fimminsor limmings, of Ham Commun, repieseiitattves of, 2 acres, county ut Cumberland, parish of Ham Common, allotment No 12. This allotment was located under the authouty of (joveruoi Macquarie, mi or before the &lt;Jlst August, 1819, m tavoui of J Timnungs, in whose name thodesenp tion was inserted lu the Govi ruinent GoztlU Notice of .Will October, lb.12, preparatoiy to the making out of u deed of giant, Timiiiiugs is dectaseu, und lusiepicscntativesare toshow to w boin a deed of gi ant should now issue. 1...
EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 September 1842
BXTMACTa, Education.-Solomon might probably in- tend the text, " Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it," for a particular admonition to educate children in a manner suitable to their respective ranks and future employments ; but certainly he intended it for a general admonition to educate them in virtue and religion, and good conduct of themselves in their temporal concerns. And all this toge- ther in which thev are to be educated, he calls " the way they should go," that is, he men- tions it not as a matter of speculation, but of practice. And conformably to his description of the things in which children are lo be edu- cated, he describes education itself: for he calls it " training them up," which is a very different thing from merely teaching them some truths necessary to be known or be- lieved; it is endeavouring to form Bitch truths into practical principles in the mind, so as to render them of habitual good in- fluence upon th...
SYDNEY CORPORATION. To the Electors of Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 September 1842
SYDNEY CORPORATION. ! To the Electors of Sydney. I Fellow-citizens, - The Municipal Corpo ration Act is about to come into operation. Sydney is to be declared among the cities of the earth, and you are by a few men chosen by yourselves, from among yourselves, to have the direction of y our own affairs. The time is close at hand when you will be called upon to choose those who shall form your Council ; already, some are in the field seeking your suffrages, solicitous of the honour of representing you there. Look ye well to it, how you act before you. fix your .choicer Remember it is ' more easy tu send an ineffi- cient man to act tor you, than to withdraw him when oace elected. Bethink you of the qualities which your couiicilmcn should pos- sess. Choose men of business, of experience, of integrity, of economy, of industry. Remem- ber you want men who know what to do, and how to do it ; not men to learn their woi k after the_ council is formed. To these ends call meetings in your sepa...
THE APPROACHING ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 September 1842
I THE APPROACHING ELECTIONS. We congratulate our fellow citizens on the progress which is being made, towards securing fit mid proper persons to repre- sent the city in the first Town Council. In five out of the six wards, men in every way adapted to fill the office with efficiency and with credit to the city and themselves, are in nomination. In the sixth (Brisbane) ward, arrangements were being made yesterday, and we presume will be con- cluded to day, for requesting a sufficient number of proper persons to allow them- selves to be put forward. We are glad also to see the spirit in which the citizens are acting. At the different meetings, whether preliminary or public, the only question has been, what are the qualifica- tions of the party for this particular office? and no extraneous matters have been entered into. If this spirit is persevered in, we have little doubt that the first Town Council will be a highly respectable and efficient body.
GOULBURN. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 September 1842
GOULBURN. I To the Editors bf the Sydney Morning Herald. I n- . v i- . . i . . -I UENTiEMLN-lou üo not take the notice of us up here that we deserve , you ha\e given due credit to the guetv displayed by the Goulburn people, our balls and rices, but }ou lime not as yet fully noticed oin liberality and piety m subscribing large sums towards the erection of places for public worship A &lt;ew days back, seven or eight wealthy mnui bcrs of the Chinch of I ngland contributed no less a sum than £200 foi the finishing of the edifice connected with that communion, and u considerable sum has been likewise provided for a similar object hy the Presby tenan interest for their church Diese, Gentlemen are good works, and deserve to be tecorded in times like thcic, instead of corrobories fiddling and dancing, »Inch iie \eiy we I at pioper seasons, but I think in appiopnate just no« By the bje, G ntle men as I am upon Church mnttpis, may I ask if you know any thing of the Mai ulan burch ' An...