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PORT MACQUARIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 September 1842
PORT MACQUARIE. &nbsp; &nbsp; Intelligence was brought to the Police Magistrate this week, of the murder of a ticket-of-leave holder, of the name of Waters, a shepherd, in the employ of Messrs. Tod and Fenwicke, of New England. A &nbsp; dog of the deceased having gone to the &nbsp; &nbsp; station, and several sheep being observed straying about, it was at first supposed that &nbsp; Waters had run away from his employment, &nbsp; &nbsp; and upon some of the men on the establishment &nbsp; going out to look for the remainder of &nbsp; the sheep, they discovered the body of Waters &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; lying near a water-hole; upon examination &nbsp; they found that the deceased had received a severe blow on the forehead, which was &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; completely knocked in. The throat was also cut nearly across. We are sorry to say, that as yet, no clu...
NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR. (From our various Correspondents.) LIVERPOOL PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 September 1842
lauwa no« rai XBTMUOl. ; (From our various Correspondent!,) LIVERPOOL PLAINS. . ' About an hour and a half before djylf this morning, (September 14) Corporal m t and troopers Stevenson and Scott, «"K ceeding to a station where they suipecteat»» Wilson and other bushrangers were» boured ; when, about twenty m"t*.f¿ Doughboy Creek, they observed a small«* and on proceeding towards it, they found'« men encamped : one of »hem was Kew and from Borne traces of blood itis »JPP*J was wounded, the other was taken and tmw , out to be Wilson, who is therefore oHcenu" in safe custody. The third man, who form»! belonged to tbo party, Wilson stated He«» turned off, for not firing on Mr. Bigge *«. directed to do so.
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. HOMEBUSH RACKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 September 1842
. POKTIMO INTMMIOIKO«, I HOMEBUSH RACKS. These sports were continued yesterday subjoined arc the results of the respect!» roces : First Race.-The Tradesmen's Purse of i! sovereigns, with a Sweepstakes of 5 sourtigni each entrance. Two sovereigns cadi to be added 3 qualification, 3 sovereigns. H«at¡,oit mile anda half. Mr. C. Smith's c. g. Eclipse, by , Whisker, G years ; Ost. lllbs; black > jacket and white cap; extra albs... 1 1 Mr. C. Roberts' h. f. Quail, by Gratis, 3 years ; 7st. 1 libs.; scarlet jacket ann blackcap . 3 1 Captain Bush's bl. c. Pioneer, (late Rover) by Emigrant; 3 years; 8st.-, purple jacket and crimson cap...... 0 ' Mr. Hunter's r. f.. Princess, by Gratis; 3 years ; 7st. 1 libs.; black jacket and crimson cap . O' Second Race. - Hack Stakes of 10 sp« reigns, with a sweepstakes of 2 sovereign each to be added ; qualification t\. Heat», once round: weights, 8st. 71bs.j ifaboiell hands, 8st. The winner to be sold by Birt» at the winning post, immediately aller lb...
INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 September 1842
I (Insolvency Iíusinuss. Il-jforc Mr. Jus:ice Biiito.v. CONriRMATION OP TRUSTEES. The Chief Commissioner moved that the elections of the following trustees be con- firmed, which was ordered by tho Court ;-"3 \ lisíales.^ ___ Heeled Trasloes. John Neil M'hermy .. Joseph M'Keuna William Roy .. .. Janes Waller William Dixon .. .. Davil Cross Joseph Kidd Walpole.. Joseph M'Kenna Walter Page Coiiacns.. Walter Gray * Provisional Trustees. John Miller. Waltei Gray Charles Pownall .. .. Thomas Smith 1'I.ANS OF DISTRIUUTIOti The following plans of distribution, which had been lodged with the Chief Commisiouer for the consideration of the Court, were ap- proved of : t In the estate of .lames Smith, shoemaker: Total proved, including rent .iil!>5 !) 3 Total Realized « . 23 7 8 "Expenses and costa . . 5 9 10 Balance to the credit of the estafe, and to be paid to the landlord . ?17,17 10 John Morris, tiusteo. In Ula estate of Caspar Marks : Total proved . . .£2011 12 8 Tolal realized . . . . ...
[?] INTELLIGENCE. BERRIMA CIRCUIT.—SATURDAY. SENTENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 September 1842
ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE. BERRIMA CIRCUIT.—Saturday. SENTENCES. John Norris" alias John Makepiece, found guilty of cattle stealing, was brought up for sentence. He was sentenced to be transported for life. Thomas Yates, John Howins, James Mount, and John Reuben, prisoners of the crown, having been indicted for bushranging, pleaded quilty, and were sentenced to be transported for life. His Honor Mr. Justice Burton directed that a communication should be made to the Government relative to these men, in order that an extraordinary escort should be pro- vided, so as to ensure their being brought safely to Sydney, as they were evidently bent on making their escape. GAOL DELIVERY. The calendar was gone through. In the case of James Mulcahy and Dennis Mulcahy, brothers of the man found guilty of cattle stealing, were discharged, after the usual proclamation had been made. A prisoner named Hoolaran was placed at the bar, charged with cattle stealing, to which he pleaded not guilty. Mr. PUREFOY a...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. THE CHARTIST PETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 September 1842
English Extracts. TÏÏE CHARTIST PETITION. "To the Honourable the Commons of Great Britain and Ireland, in Parlia- ment assembled. " The petition of the undersigned peo- ple of the United Kingdom, sheweth, That government originated from, was de- signed to protect the freedom and promote the happiness of, and ought to be respon- sible to, the whole people; that the only &nbsp; authority on which any body of men can make laws and govern society is delega- tion from the people ; that as government was designed for the benefit and protec- tion of, and must be obeyed and supported &nbsp; by all, therefore all should be equally re- presented; that any form of government &nbsp; which fails to efiect the purposes for which it was designed, and docs not fully and completely reprcsent the whole peo- ple, who are compelled to pay taxes to its suppoit and obey the laws resolved upon by it, is unconstitutional, tyrannical, and ought to be amended or resisted , that your h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 September 1842
For Jervis Bay, Ulladulla, Broulee, and Bormaguy. HE fine fast sailing cutter STAR. will leave this Wharf on Satur _____ day next, 24th instant. For freight or passage apply to the Master ou board, or to E. M. STOREY. Union Wharf, September 22. 4084 For tbo clnroneo Ktvor. H E FINE SCHOONER li OPE, now taking in cargo for this port, _will return on Saturday next, the 21th instant. For freight or passage apply to W. 11. Siwyer; orto K.M. STOREY. Union Wharf, September 22. 4097 For JTervl» Bay Blver. HE FINE CUTTER ROVBULLA wijl return to this port on Friday, the 23rd instant. For freight apply an board, or to E. M. STOREY. Union Wharf, September 27. 4098 Wat Sale by prtrate contract, HE FINE BRIO HIND, m she now lies »t the Circular _ Wharf. Further particular! may bt obtained on application to MR. SAMUEL LYONS, 4064 George-street and Charlotte-place. Nc Barque " Jane CUrUtls," OTICE.-All claims against the above named vessel must be sent in dup'icate to the _ Undersigned on or befor...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 September 1842
DEPARTURES. Por Arica (Pern), yoäterday, the barque Cei/lon, Captain Hurry, in ballast. Passen- ger-Mrs. Hurry. Foi Launceston, the mine dny, the brigun tine lVailock, Captain Le Grand, with n general cargo. Passengeis-Messrs. Dickson, Strickland, nnd Healey. For Port Nelson, New Zealand, the thrcc mnstcd schooner Osprey, Captain Sedgwick, with u general cargo. Passengers-Messrs. Sinclair, Ridgway, Sandfoid, and Parkinson ; «tecruge, Mr. Brow ii.
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. MECHANICS' SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 September 1842
soMBBTio xvTauiaaNoa. MECHANICS' SCHOOL OF ARTS. On lucsday evening Mi Rue commenced a couisc ot lectures on the Lnghsb Linguigc, by a preliuiiuiiiy one on laste Nothing short of u verbatim repoit would do iiistico to this lcctuic, but ns the many demands upon oin columns forbid this, weean inculy hy an outline of it before oui rendéis Hie sub joel upon which hew is ubout to treat, (the Lnghbh I anguage,) w is a dilhcult, to some nu interesting, and to all an important one , it included in its widest acceptation the whole bod) ofTiiglishlitcraturc enquired into the oiigm and pi ogress of speech mil writing, examined the general puneiplcs of gi am mnr, mid rhetoue , expounded the rules that regulated wuttcn composition, nid showed how the sentiments ot mankind might be best communie tied by means of elocution, elo quenco, oi oratoiy The study ot this dc seived the best attention, the power of com- municating our thoughts, by means of speech und writing, vis one ot the greatest boons ...
ELECTIONS OF TRUSTEES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 September 1842
' ELECTIONS Of TRUSTEES. In the estate of Peek and Co., after the claims had been proved, John Campbell, Esq., of the Wharf, merchant, and Mr. Jeremiah Murphy, were elected trustees. In the estate of Joseph Webb, the following trustees were also elected :- Ranulpli Dacrc and John Campbell, Esquires, merchants, with Mr. John Mortis. In the estate of S. Peck, R. Dacrc and John Campbell, , Esquires, merchants, with Mr. John Morris, were also appointed trustees. Mr. Morris was also appointed accountant in each of the above estates. Meetings for To-day.-A third meet- ing in the estate of Nathaniel S. Dismorr, at ten ; single meetings in the estates of Robert Pigou at half-past ten, Robert Collins at ele- ven, Robert Campbell at half-past eleven, and William Cornelius Uhr at noon ; a special meeting in the estate of Sarah Robson at hnlf pust twelve ; a first meeting in the estate of Alexander Goold at half-past one ; and a spe- cial meeting in the estate of George Leonard Cooper at two. N...
The Sydney Morning Herald. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I.' IS BANK REFORM TO BE VOLUN TARY, OR COMPULSORY? [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 September 1842
1 Wht jbgttnett anorm'ttg fttraUr. j THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 22, IS 12. " Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am /.' IS BANK REFORM TO BE VOLUN TAltY, OR COMPULSORY ? To the honour of the Colonial Banks be it recorded, that they have done all that in them lay to reform the present vicious, oppressive, and anomalous system of dis- counts and interest; to the dishonour of &nbsp; the Anglo-Colonial Banks be it recorded, that they have done all that in them lay to resist reform, and to perpetuate existiug corruptions. We intimated in our former articles on this subject, that it was in contemplation to hold a meeting of delegates from the several Sydney Boards, for the purpose of solemnly discussing the questions, whether the present circumstances of the colony did not call for some modification of the banking system, and whether a modifica- tion could be devised such as all the cstab lishmentsmightadoptsimultaneousiy. Such a convention was accordingly attempted last week. Day, hour, and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 September 1842
ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE. FIIIST NIOHT OF THC SEASON. he Public is respectfully informed, that this Theatre will re-open THIS EVENING, September 22. &lt;DER THE PATRON VOE OF THF. »TOWARDS OF TME llOMKDUSll RACES, AND THE MEMI1ERS OF THE JOCKEY CLUB. n which occasion, by the kind permission of Colonel Cairncross, the efficient Band of the 96th Regiment (from Parramatta) will attend, and perform several popular nirs during the evening. The performances for the Evening will onaist of two New Pieces, never before acted i these colonies,commencing with an original "oniedy, written by Iluckstonc, in three Acta, Killed BEAUX AND BELLES; or, SIN M,E LIFE. A Pa» de Trois, by Mr. bambers, and Misse« Jones and Thompson. Song, by desire, by Mrs. S. W. Wallace. o conclud" with a deeply interesting Drama, illedLOVE AND POVERTY: on, THE ATAL KEEPSAKE. Nights of perform nce-Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and aturday. Doors open at seven o'clock, and .erfurmniice commence at half-past seven vi'cc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 September 1842
oALES BÏ AUCTION. MERCHANDISE. To Publicans, Ac. WITHOUT RESERVE. Bevon Certificates Capital Brandy. IN BOND. MR. STUBBS will put up by public auction, on SATURDAY next, the 24th dsy of September, 1812, at eleven o'clock precisely, und knock down to the highest bidder. SEVEN CERTIFICATES CAPITAL FLAVOURED BRANDY. l¡gy Regauge tllowed, and Store Rent paid up, 1 emu, three and four months' credit, lor sums above £30. 3915 MBKCHAKBtaai »o »aatry Oaoka, aad Confectioner». WITHOUT RESERVE. MR. STUBBS will tell by public auction.f on SATURDAY next, the 24th day o September, 184,2, at the Mart, King-stree; Sale at eleven. One cue of Loienges, viz. : 30 Bottles, 8 oz. transparent peppermint lozengei 30 Ditto 8 oz refined liquorice lozengei l8 Ditto 8 oz bett ginger lozengei l8 Ditto 10 oz. Scot'i carraway! lozengei Totti Ob bottles, wide mouth itopped squares. _Term»-Cash._3918 DUNBAR'S ALE AND PORTER, Three bundred desea ta oases aad casks, «Vc« MR. STUBBS will sell by public auciion, on S...
INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 September 1842
INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. I Wednesoay. Before the Chief Commissioner &nbsp; &nbsp; Proof of Claims &nbsp; In the estate of Benson and Parkinson, a special meeting Raphael Clint, £ I 2s Gd In the estate of Samuel Peek, a second meeting the estate of C. Beilby, £410 12s 8d In the estate of John Lett, a first meeting J Aspinall, £123 13s , R C Gordon, £105 is Id , J Thorpe and Co , £215 7s lid , lewis Leon, £11 10s Appleton mid Co, £27 15s , R Bourne, £48 lis 7d In the estate of Walter Rotton, a special meeting William Forbes, £71 Is 4d In the estate of Joseph Webb, a second meeting William Thurlow, £64 13s Id In the estate oi Peek and Co, a second meeting R Porter, £110, W II Aldis, £60 Is 8d A L De Metz, £186 l6s Id , A L De Metz, a second claim, £32 4s 6d , C Chapman, £3 lGs OJd , Augustus Gore, £252 lbs 4d , R and I Coveny, £141 2s 3d , W Barnett, £120, Campbell and Co , £7 54 Ils Id Charles Mallard, £200 17s 8d , W Botts, £218 I5s , Allan M'Giin, £125 8s 7d ,...
To the Editor of the New Zealand Colonist. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 September 1842
To the Editor of the New Zealand Colonist. &nbsp; &nbsp; Sir,- In the Gazette of last Saturday, I observe a paragraph, in which it is stated that Dr. Selwyn (meaning I presume, the Lord Bishop) declined visiting any of our "Literary Establishments." Although &nbsp; not a very literary character myself, I feel curious to ascertain where those establish- ments are situate, their nature, &c., and any other information regarding them it may be in your power to afford. By stating &nbsp; these particulars in your journal, you will confer an obligation upon the inhabitants of Port Nicholson generally, and in- dividually upon your obedient servant, &nbsp; OBSERVER. [We are sorry to be obliged to state our ignorance of the nature, locality, and even existance, of the literary establishments mentioned by our contemporary. Our correspondent had better apply for in- formation to the fountain head, and whatever particulars he may obtain, shall be w...
NEW PLYMOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 September 1842
&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; NEW PLYMOUTH. Intelligence from New Plymouth, reached Wellingtonon Wednesday last, by the Messrs. Aubrey. These young gentle- men, sons of Colonel Aubrey, of Devonshire, came overland on foot, and have been a fortnight on their way. The present con- dition and prospects of the settlement, which has always presented the greatest advantages to the agriculturist of any New Zealand settlement, continue to be most satisfactory. Many capitalists have commenced the cultivation of the suburban and rural sections in earnest. Live stock has been imported in sufficient quantities to supply the present demand, and it is sanguinely hoped, that every short period will elapse, before the settlers produce enough to support themselves. This we conceive, to be the first and best proof of the prosperity of the settlement. The settlers in this part of the New Zealand Company's territory, have recently had some dif...