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SHIPPING INTELLI[?] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 September 1842
??ft»nro iwmwiiffli. I ARRIVALS. From Moreton Bay, yesterday, having left the 14tk instant, the schooner Edward, 113 tous, Capta'n Chambers, with sundries. Passengers-Mr. Le Breton, and MY. Glover; Steerage-Messrs. Slattery, Smith, Beard- more, and three aborigines. From London, lust night, having left the Downs 29th April, the barque Suns of Com- merce, 431 tous, Captain William?, with a general cargo. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Walker, and Mr. Cornish: Intermedíete Mrs. Bennett. Mrs. Brown, Mr. Carter, Mr. Tugwell ; and twelve in the steerage.
COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 September 1842
COASTERS INWARDS. September 19.-Countess of Wilton, 111, Wbeatlnnd, from Newcastle, with coals ; Rover, IO, Thompson, from the Hawkesbury, with lime j Sophia Jane, steamer, ISO, Wise , mun, from Wollongong, with 20 trusses hay, 113 battens, &c; Mary Ann, 7, Shaw, from the Hawkesbury, with 26,000 shingles, 900 fuet sawed »luff ; Cricket Player, 13, Eales, from the Hawkesbury, with 15 Uga timber, and lime ; Jane, 54, Walker, from the Man- ning, with 11,000 feet cedar, 7,000 feet hard- wood, 200 bushels maize; Harriet, lo, Crause, from Brisbane Wnter, with 39,000 shingles, 1000 feet timber, 1000 rails; Rose, steamer, 172, Pattison, from the Hunter, with 41 bales wool, 36 kegs colonial tobacco, &c. ; Express, 2V, Graham, from Brisbane Water, with 11,000 feet timber ; Acme, l8, Bradley, from Broken Bay, with 30,000 shingles, 7 logs timber, 400 bushel» shells.
CLARENCE RIVER. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 September 1842
I CLARENCE RIVER. ' ' | I To Hie Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald f I OENTirMRN,-Asa suirerer to a lirgc e\tenl fiom the virulent and unprovoked hostility of tint inteieiting lace ot savnses, spoken of bv your iite coi respondent I O, as gifted with a " very placable disposition and uurevenge ful spirit, ' I have to heir that jon will be so kind as to peunit the following detail of facts, whtth I challenge any one to contradict, to octupj a space in jour valuable journal I am in hopes they will attract the attention of that respectabie, though not numerous poition of the community, who are inclined to attach ciedit only to such opinions as exhibit some conntMon \wth the statements that nlltet to suppoit them I have charge of stock on the Clarence Riv er, at pi estnt occupy nig a poi turn of land on the upper stienni, the country adjacent to which is, lliive reason to believe, oceasionally vmted or partially occupied, by those veiy tube of blacks, whose " notions of politeness in...
To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 September 1842
To the Editors of the vydney Morning Herald. Ulntlemfn,-May I be allowed, through your widely circulated paper, to put the fol- lowing queries - 1st -A shepherd stationed upon govern- ment ground, having been ullowed by his master to cultivate a pu te of wheat, for his own advantage, but being distillled after the seed had been put in, can his master damage the growing crop by running sheep over it, or otherwise after the dismissal, the) neither of them renting the land ' 2nd -Can a Commissioner of Crown lands, or a Police Magistrate, appointed for one dis tnct, interfere with the duty, or exercise the poner of another m a different district ' 3 -Will not any party, wilfully damaging a grow ing crop, under such circumstances, be liable to an action for damages ? Answers to the above, from any of your many intelligent readers will much oblige, iucaUeuien, your most obedient, I
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. RELIGIOUS TOLERATION. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 September 1842
oxxoxv-x. coiaasi-ONDüHes. RELIGIOUS TOLERATION. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Iftrald. H&lt;me jmriag secLrie. may Liri, I Their real iiurrusii lu ilUce ii : ] Tlu&lt; Iii nillir should "at w,r willi biollier, I And »i r,j and ilevoul ca. li oilier. Cnwi'tm. I j Gentlemen,-I trust you will think me en ! titled to u short space in your valuable jour I nal, in explanation and reilly to the remarks I of your coi respondents on Religious Toleia- I tIOIl. I am not surprised that discrepancies should occur in statements made upon this subject, or that my statement should be met by re- crimination and retort. In my former letter I narrated what had fallen beneath my own observation, and the conviction which these occuri enees had produced in my own mind. I did not deny that other men might have witnessed u different series of occurrences, and might have arrived at different con- clusions. Thus, for example, it is pos- sible, in the matter under discussion, that some...
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 September 1842
ajfOAXUBia xTtTMi.i,iaïàV[oiÊ. The HoMFnusii Raccs commence this day The folio« nig are the entrances foi each day respectively - Fir\t Day. - Tirst Race -The Champion Cup, 100 soveieigns Sir J. Jamison's Sir Charles, by Gratis, three yeaisold, Mr. C. Smith's Eclipse, by Whisker, aged, Mi. Ru- bel ts's Quail, by Gratis, tineeyears old; Mr. Rouse's Jorrocks, by Whisker, aged. Second Race-Two year old stakes of 10 sovereigns each Mr. Roberts's Picsldent, bj Emigrant, two years old, Major Hunter's Maicluoncss, by Dover, tio jcarsold, Mr. Aboicrombie's Mozart, by Gratis, twoyeais old Thud Race.-Austrnliin stakes of 10 sove- reigns each Mi Smith's Tranby, by Opera toi, tom yeiisold; Mi Roberts'sEucalyptus, by Gratis, four years old , Mr. Pye'» Tommy I ickle, by Sciutch, three j ears old, Major Lettsonî s Punce, by Camel ton, aged Fourth Race.-Maiden plate of 25 sove- reigns Mr Smith's dallington, by Zinganee, six years old, Mr. Oatley's Litile Wonder, by Einigiutit, three years old , Mr....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 September 1842
TOM, «AIS, 'pHE TIGER and CALCUTTA,both JL TWÍLVB TON MOATS, coppered an-f copner-fastened, with all the Sails and Gear. Chain Cab.es, and Anchors, complete, for immediate use ; lying at the Ebei.ezer Coal Deoftt. Divies's Warf. 39 '4 tu ¡cub oiTizass or svansv WHO MAY BB KI.1CCTED TO THE RESPKC1IVK OKKICB8 or MAYOR, AJ.DKRMEN, ANO COON. C1LLOBS. GENTLEMEN,-Al the time is now fast upuroaehing, at which you will be caí]- c1 upon to fill the several Offices, which will i.ecesaarily attach to your Body as the Council of the City, I will not, longer delay > placing myself under your notice_as a candidate for the situation'of Town 'Clerk, which Office will be exclusively in your nomination. With respect to my qualification for the proper discharge of the functions of the important trust to which I hive now the ambition to aspire, I beg leave lo inform *uch of you and of my Fellow-Citizens aud Colonists as may not he already cognizant of the circumstances, that I was the first regu- la...
The Sndney Morning Herald. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I.' A ZEALOUS FRIEND TO NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 September 1842
?J-UX'-Ü I ? I ? HH-i'S HI i I I I Hil 8?ht tvlmrg morning ftcrallt. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20,1812. Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am /. ' A ZEALOUS FRIEND TO NEW SOUTH' WALES. In the late debate ia Council, on the adop- tion of the Immigration Report, His Ex- cellency the Governor ptonounGed the following high eulogium on the exertions of Mr. John Marshall, the well known Emigration Agent : " He (the Governor) would take this opportunity of slating his opinion, that « hile the system [of Bounty Immigration] .vns under the control or the direction of Mr. Marshall, it, worked well; that that gentleman, who appeared to have been influenced, not by a sordid desire for gain, but by a wish to do good to this Colony, ought to be looked upon ns a benefactor to the Colony." In the course of the same debate the Colonial Secretary said, " There was one individual he could not pass over without lanark, for ht looked upon hiiu as a great benefactor to the Colony : he meant Mr. Marshall, whose ship...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 September 1842
w-? M SPECIAL NOTICE. fEpHK Subscribers to this Paper, $j§f and the Public generally, are ïtlispectfully informed, that in futur« jSle following Rules will bo, striotly -.Sliered to : ¡Main Sydney.-No new Subscribers '"franll be received without one quarter ¿.ëS&£no. j)ajj ju advance, for which ten \r cent, will be allowed ; the sub .iption in advance being 13s. 6d. >r quarter. In the Country.-No new Sub ,TJJril3ers will be received without &¡falf-a-year being paid in advance, hm¡r winch ten per cent, will be al »werl ; the subscription in advance ling £1 He. 6d. per half year; and e Proprietors must be furnished the time with a written under iking that all future payments, "_ »th for subscription and charges of ^advertisements, shall be made in Sydney, or by the hands of an Agent j, *^f In all cases, whether in Town or .^Country, the names of persons will l,*ïe struck oiF the subscription list, lichen the arrears against them have ¡ Jitood over twelve months, and...
LOWER HAWKESBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 September 1842
m LOWER HAWKESBURY. | ËJSept. 10.-The reviving showers which we í^iave experienced rather plentifully during ía¡the past week, have given a degree of appa 'Jsrcnt healthiness to the growing crops, quite un- booked for, and speculation is on the qui »ive, ÍÉJiot merely as to their fmure improvement, fibut more particularly whether, in the event of 8$b good season, the farmer would be so far ?¿¿protected as to be enabled to realize a remu rîneratiiig profit. The policy of our colonial fJSolons for the last few years has been of so sjtuiilooked for and extraordinary a nature that SHU" degree of certainty could be relied on for the ^protection of native agricultural produce, and ttthe 01/ libitum facility with which foreigners i*51mve been aacomtnodated in the importation Mot their bad wheat, has caused a stagnation fcSamoiigst our agricultural community border gfing upon little less than' insolvency. It is slonly by a timelv check to this fallacious sys 'íftpnl of cheap barter, that th...
NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR. (From our various Correspondents.) WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 September 1842
xa «ra raoK thi i*»«!« :" (Front our various CormponitHú.) L" WINDSOR. . P The New Bridge.-It is always exhilwWj. - to see a town advancing, and »"jfTZfc Governor maybe fully inuirewed »itl»r fact, he possibly may be crippled by toe M ¡, drains connected with the treasury! »'-% Í ever, publicly speaking, has a »niuW»«^ income, and there is nothing ««««.f's expecting, that where a community .«.« -, siderably to the coffen, they art to nee*» ï proportionate return. . No »»»"i j exists here to rail against the go«« but it seems a contradiction in ''""'jj*^ , ' are exacted at an old and ^"ft.J heavy rent being paid by the >£**#. same, and the cash pocketedqJM*«l¿ « out any expenditure on or for the rep« I the road between Windsor andKm»* Such, however, is too much theo«»*. . sent, but it is to be hoped »bai "M»»"" j will be materially changed. Cotad Wg' . was in this town the other d.y, »nd«.« eye ot an engineer, surveyed f»*^ , neighbourhood in a cursory manne ,£^ in reference to th...
[?] INTELLIGENCE. BERRIMA CIRCUIT. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 September 1842
Aa»X2.S »TIUXOONOI. BERRIMA CIRCUIT. Thursday. Before Mr. Justice Burton. CATTLE STEA Robert MlGowan, late of Yass, was indicted for having stolen three oxen and two cows, the property of William Bushy, in the mouth of May last. The Attorney-General briefly adverted to the circumstances of the case, from which it appeared, that the prisoner, in the present ei.se, was connected with the eMtle-stenier Ii. rrett, who had bean ceuvictod the day be- fóle, and with Jocko, the approver, in a number of cases of this kind. The first witness called was Mr. Macalister, Chief Constable at Campbelltown, and his evidence was to the following elfeet. On Sui day, 8th May, he met twa men diiving a held of cattle of various brands, thirty-seven or ihirty^eigbt hoad, opposite the Narellan waicfc-buu». Frew the great vari «ty uf brands, he, Macalister, suspeuted Ihut al!-wa* not right, and took the in :ii, Barrett and Hopwood, bettet known,as Jocko, into custodv. -Shortly "afteiwaids Bushy caine to Cam...
CANADIAN INDIANS. (From the Quebec Mercury, January 18,) ADDRESS OF SIX NATIONS INDIANS TO THE QUEEN'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 September 1842
CANADIAN INDIANS. (From the Quebec Mercury, .January 18 J ADDRESS OF SIX NATIONS INDIANS TO TUB UTJEEn's MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY. Great Mother!-We, your red children, the Sachems, War Chiefs, and Warriors of the Six Nations Indians, residing on the Grand River in the Districts of Gore and Niagara, in the Province of Canada, com- prising the Mohawks, Oncidas, Sénecas, Onondagas, Cayugas, and Tuscaroras, (the remnant of a devoted people), congratulate Your Majesty on the happy event, which has given to us a Great Chief, and to your people a Great Prince. We earnestly pray that the Great Spirit may take him under Ilis fatherly protec- tion, make him the pride of the British Empire, and the support and comfort of his red children, the Indians of British I North America. * We return thanks to the Great Spirit that Ile has smiled upon you in your troubles ; and has given Your Majesty health and strength, and restored you again to your people after the birth of your sen. Great Mother,-Your ...
MUNICIPAL BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 September 1842
MUNICIPAL BUSINESS. Tun following documents were issued, by the Town Clerk yesterday, being the objections to the Lists us published by the Collectors : List of persons who chum to have their names . inserted in the Citizen List of the City of Sydney. Brown .It.lui Neathway; nature of the pro- perty for which he is now rated, house ; situation of the property for which he is now rated, Sussex-street; ward (or wards) iu which he had been rated, as stated in the claim, Brisbane ward Byles James Jeremiah, house, O'connell street, Bouiks's ward Callaghan Thomas, home, Elizabeth - street, Bourke's ward Chester Edward,'house, Castlereagh street, Macquarie ward Clint Raphael, warehouse, George street, Bourke's ward Coke George, wharf and steam engine manu- factory, Bathurst street, Phillip's ward Cook Peter Hans, house, George street, Phillip's ward Crook Rev. William Pascoe, house, Sheriffs Garden, Macquarie street, Cook's ward Durgui Christopher, house, Surry hills, Cook's ward De Mestre...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. THE REFORMATION IN SPAIN. (From the Cornwall Royal Gazelle.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 September 1842
ENGLISH EXTRACTS &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; THE REFORMATION IN SPAIN. (From the Cornwall Royal Gazette.) &nbsp; We lately stated that a project of a law had been submitted to the Cortes of Spain, having for its object the perfect freedom of the Church in that country, and its absolute independence of Rome ; and that the Pope has in consequence issued an encyclical letter calling upon the faithful enerywhere to offer up their prayers on &nbsp; &nbsp; behalf of the Spanish Church. The follow- ing are the matters proposed in this law, &nbsp; which the Pontiff bitterly condemns :-- In the supreme council of that kingdom, &nbsp; (says his Holiness), an execrable law has been proposed, tending principally to destroy altogether legitimate ecclesiastical authority, and to establish the impious doctrine, that lay power, by its own supreme right, should rule over the church and all its affairs. This law declares that the Spanish nation...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 September 1842
»OMBitTio »rtuioaHoa. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. Nbw Insolvents.- The following sche- duler were filed yesterday .-Benjamin Cox, of Wallet inger, county of Durham, farmer; Robert Crampley Rutter, of George-street, Parramatta, surgeon ; William Mayburgh, of Windsor, wilting clerk, Charles Pownall, of George-street, ¡sydney, merchant. Mleiinos toa to-da\.-First meetings in the estate, of-Wird Stephens at ten o'clock, Robert Howe at half-pim ton, Parry L >ng at eleven, George Smyth at twelve, and William I'honias Arnold at halt-past twelve , single meetings ni the estates of-James Sneddeu at halt-past eleven, and William Eames, at one , adjourned meeting in the estate of John Collie at two, a special meeting in the estate of George Watson at half-past two.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 September 1842
SALES BY AUCTION. F OSS mid LLOYD will sell by Auction, at their Rooms, Lower Gcorge-strcct, THIS DAY, the 20;h in&tint, at eleven o'clock precisely, A large qmntity of Furniture, consisting of Mahogany chests of drawers Hair seated Sofas Chintz covered ditto Morocco covered easy chairs Cane bottomed chairs Bureaus Cheffionecrs Writing tables One secretaire Looking glasses Wash-hand stands Terms at sale. 3815 To Carpenters', Builders, Cutlers, and otnora, F OSS and LLOYD will sell by auction, at the;r Rooms, Lower George-street, on WEDNESDAY, the 2lst instant, at eleven o'clock precisely, One case containing Eighty dcz'ii table knizes and forks Three sets ditto ditto, each fifty pieces Three sets dessert ditto Twelve pair carvers Thr; c gross scissors Two dozen Carved etitto Twenty-four dozen box-wood gimblets Twelve doz:n yellow wood ditto T.vclve duzen hand sawi. Terms at sale. 225't Jawellery, Combs, Bmiff Boxes, Dolls, dee. F OSS and LLOYD will sell by auction at their r...
TENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 September 1842
TENDERS. Svdnev Toll-At Twelve o'clock on Thursday, the 22nd September, 1842, will be put up to Auction, at the rear of the Colonial Treasury, Bent-street, Sydney, the lease for three months (commencing on the 1st day of October, 1842) of the Tolls and Dues autho- &nbsp; rised and imposed by the Act of the Governor and Council, 4th William IV., No 16, arising &nbsp; and to be collected at the Sydney Toll Gate near Annandale Bridge, on the road from Sydney to Parramatta. The Lessee, with two &nbsp; responsible sureties, must enter into a Bond &nbsp; and Warrant of Attorney, securing regular payment of the rent, by equal monthly instal- &nbsp; ments before the expiration of seven days after the termination of each month, and con- taining an engagement for the due performance &nbsp; &nbsp; ot the conditions. The Lessee must provide himself with a residence at the Gate at his own expense. Further information may be obtained by appl...
NOTITLE AUSTRALASIANAE. GREY'S TRAVELS IN NORTH-WEST AND WESTERN AUSTRALIA. Vol. 2.— [Fourth notice.] ORIGIN OF THE ABORIGINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 September 1842
NOTITIÆ AUSTRALASIANÆ. Grey's Travels in North-west and Western Australia. Vol. 2. [Fourth notice.] Origin of the Aborigines. Nearly 200 pages of the second volume are occupied by a disquisition on the Aborigines ; and there is, doubtless, much valuable information therein contained. It is the best, und perhaps the only complete treatise on the subject extant. Captain GREY appears to have an accurate knowledge of the natural dialects of the western districts of Australia, and on this point his authority is valuable. He in- clines to believe, that the native language is radically the same throughout the con- tinent ; and that the different tribes speak merely differing dialects of the same uni- versal tongue, just as the peasants of the English counties speak different dialects of the Anglo-Saxon tongue. But this is, perhaps, a great jump to a solution, for setting aside other arguments, it is not quite clear, that a greater simi- larity obtains in the dialects quoted, than is found ...