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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 September 1842

U SPECIAL NOTICE. ti^fpHE Subscribers to this Paper, * * ?? and the Public generally, are cspectfully informed, that in future |ihe following Rules will be strictly 'adhered to : "M In Sydney.-No new Subscribers Í%ill be received without one quarter Slicing paid in advance, for which ten /per cent, will be allowed ; the sub Jicription in advance being 13s. 6d. £$cr quarter. [ñ In the Country.-No new Sub pcribers will be' received without ffcdf-a-ycar being paid in advance, "Tor which ten per cent, will be al jwed ; the subscription in advance emg £1 11s. 6d. per half yea,r ; and he Proprietors must be furnished it the time with a written under diking that all future payments, ploth for subscription and charges ef ['advertisements, shall be made*in ¿Sydney, or by the hands of an Agent. fL In all cases, whether in Town or ^Country, the names of persons will s-Se struck off the subscription list, jlwhen the an ears against them have *§tood over twelve months, and pro- veced ings for re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 23 September 1842

S' TO STAND THIS SBASOlj? ax nxanmiRoo, ra) WEAn MB. IlIDflARD's INS, j i| THE pure-bred CLYDESDALE HOB it FITZCLYDE, 1 Imported from Scotland, in l8«, ty A.fan Hf ham, Esq. "ra Fitxclyde is of a dark bay colo«, ud tiM nearly sixteen hands high. He is comiWhI be the most compact horse of bUbiednÄ imported into this colony. He hu pmt¡h'¿£ self lo be a sure foal-getter, »nd hu stock, tiíá| with small mares, are very promising, k| Terms for each mare, £3 10i, ud Ss pajT age. N.B. A large paddock provided for i but without responsibility. WILLIAM POffllL Maneroo, August 26. M¡) 1UBRUTX.BOI, THIS BEAUTIFUL TR0TTI1l| STALLION, imported ia 1858, bj if undersigned, will stand this »mod, it bl Woodland's Farm, near Panam««!, tiltm| to the Cowpastures, returning through Poiï a ndby the Western Road, to lui sUbler. l! MERRYLEGS is a rich dappled ttaui clear of white, standing fifteen hinds ont eil high, upon short well formed legs, iii ri|g strength equal to sixteen «tone, ««My perfect form, h...

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STEAM COMMUNICATIONS WITH OUR COLONIES. (From the Emigration Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 23 September 1842

STEAM COMMUNICATIONS WITH OUR COLONIES. (From the Bmigration Gazette.) TriERE are few subjects which have so long and universally engrossed the minds of our colonial brethren as that of steam communication with the parent land. The Canadian Press has, for months, been jnstly lauding the enterprise of those in- dividuals to whose exertions they are in- debted for the existence of a regular line of steam-packets between Canada and Eng- land. The West India Press has also been breathing forth its thanksgiving for a similar benefit. Our countrymen on the shores of India are also fully alive to the prodigious advantage of the present rapid communications between their distant abodes and the land of their birth. Our advertising columns show that the Cape is to be brought home to us by the same means ; and, as the reader may see by an extract from the Sydney Herald which we give in another column, the settlers of Australia are " up and doing" their part, and are desirous to secure the same...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. SIR ROBERT PEEL'S FINANCIAL MEASURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 23 September 1842

i aaro&xsB »xtsact*. j I SIR ROBERT PEEL'S FINANCIAL MEASURES. At Glasgow, April 2C, 1842.-At a meeting of the Merchants' House, spe- cially called to consider the propriety of addressing Sir Robert Peel on his financial measures. Janies Browne, Esq., in absence of the Lord Dean of Guild, in the chair. The following resolutions were moved by James Sommerville, Esq., and seconded by John Smith, Esq., L.L.D. " 1. That whilst the house has not hitherto given expression to any opinion regarding the financial measures brought forward by the present or the late admi- nistration, or taken any part in the agi- tation which has prevailed in support of either the accumulation of commercial distress, the pressure upon the labouring population frem the high price of provi- sions and deficiency of employment, the inadequacy of the revenue to meet the national expenditure, and the unexampled keenness with which different classes of the community have advocated their own interests in propo...

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DIARY. Memoranda for This Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 23 September 1842

DIARY. Memoranda for Tilts Day. «.."i,"_ I SLlN, I HIÜH TIPS September. ( rises | nets. 1 morn 1 even 23 | friday | g 59 I G 1 I 10 5t I 11 l8 Last Quarter, Sept. 28, 9 m. past 1, morning.

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The [?] Morning [?]rald. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER[?] 23, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." IMMIGRATION FROM INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 23 September 1842

${tt AgîMcg ^Horning ftrralö. *--?-." . '- - I I -I II I I l-l ?lill' FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER! 23,1842. -« " Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am /.* IMMIGRATION FROM INDIA. Onk hundred persons haying signified their intention of joining the proposed Association for the Promotion of Immi- gration from India, a meeting of the sub- scribers and other persons friendly to the object will be held at the Royal Exchange Rooms, at one o'clock to-morrow. We have written so much upon this subject, and so often pointed out the advantages that would accrue to the colony, if permission were given for three or four thousand Coolies to be sent down every year, that we only think it necessary now to remind the settlers, that the meeting to form the Association will take place to-morrow. Those who are not present, and indolently refuse to lend a helping hand to remove the restrictions which were imposed, in order to prevent the Indian labourer from carrying his labour to the best market, must not complain he...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 23 September 1842

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. I We Insert for the information of the Public an Abstract of all the Public Sales which lake place THIS DAY. Foss and LroYD-At their Rooms, at 11 o'clock, Sherry, Biscuit, Flour, Oatmeal, Pearl Barley, Sheffield-ware, Cutlciy, &c Moori- and Heydon.-At their Rooms, at half past 6 p in , extensive sale of Books. Ma S.Lyons-Athis Mart, at 11 o'clock, Lease and Life Intcicst in the Greendale Estate, Ploughs, Harrows, Drays, Roller, Cart, Gig, Harness, Hay, Pigs. Household riiinitnre, &c , also, Tea, Hats, Hams, Sweet Almonds, Nuts, Olive Oil, and Vinegar. Mu Sruiins-At the Cattle Maiket, at 12 o'clock, seven Dany Cows Mu. Poi vcK-At his Mart, Chanot, Gig, Carriage, Cal ti, Di ays, Horses, &c. Mr Armstrong-At his Repositoiy, at 12 o'eloek, tliorough-bicdentiic Hoiscs, Dur- ham Bulls, U.c. Ma W P Cousbns-On lliepieiniscs, coinei of Hunter and Pitt slicets, opposite the Union B ink, at 12 o'eloek, Bedding, Cb urs, Cullin»y Utensils, S.o...

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THE BANK QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 23 September 1842

THE BANK QUESTION. Among our correspondence will be found a letter from Mr. Maclaren, the In- spector of the Union Bank of Australia, with reference to the article on the Bank Question in yesterday's Herald.

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ENGLISH [?]CTS. THE QUEEN'S FANCY BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 23 September 1842

BVOLIH aXTB4CTI, THE QUEEN'S FANCY BALL. [.IT having been intimated to Sir Robert Peel that he would be asked what costume he intended to adopt at the above entertainment, the right bon baronet has prepared the fol- lowing answer, which his intimate knowledge of the House ot Commons has enabled bun to complete bj anticipatory notices of those cheeis now so usual at ccitaiu periods How this speech came into our possession vv e are not at liberty to mention, but it is sufficiently like those [that ?] deliv cred by the premiei dilling the present session to poimit our ni sorting it vv ithout any suspicion of breach of confidence ] Sir Robert Peel Su, I frankly acknowledge that the time is come when this question ni ty be asked andananswei be lairlyand cxphcitlj given by mc holding the situation 1 do as the unanimous answei ofher Muiestj s Go veitinicnt upon which they, as a government, are piepared to act Su, on this occasion, three courses were open foi|me to take I might go in a fanc...

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To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 23 September 1842

To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald, Population ii »I. tlt.it Is wanted (o give it (i. e. lund) increued value.-Bishop*! Rbpi<t* Gentlemen,-Had his Lordship but added one word more to the above sentence, he would have truly embodied everything essen- tial to our prosperity ; and that word is, under the present juncture of affairs, the great con- sideration, namely, "market." This (the want of which is the chief cause of our de depression) appears to have been totally over- looked by all the speakers and Members of Council, whose minds are entirely absorbed by the idea of an increased supply of labour, as if the whole Irish nation, with big Dan at the head of them, could be rained down upon us shower after shower ; that would relieve us, and would not) in reality be an actual curse ; for where is there labour more abundant than in Ireland, yet where is there such squalid misery and distress, such filth, such starva- tion, and such crime. The labour market, as I hav...

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SHIPPING [?] ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 23 September 1842

«BlPPMattfTMÍMSirOB, 1 ARRIVAL. From Moreton Bay, last evening, having left on Tuesday Inet, the steamer Shamrock, -200 tons, Captain Gilinoie, with l8 bules wool, ifc. Passengers.- Mr. M'Dermott, Mr. Kembie, and Mr. Scott; steerage, Messrs. Richardson, Sampson, Arnot, and Sheehan.

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DEPARTURES.—NONE. COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 23 September 1842

DEPARTURES.-None. COASTERS INWARDS. Senteinbut 22.-Somerset, 8, Prntiknrd, from the Hawkesbury, with 2100 shingles, 20 bu- shels corn, and 300 feet timber. Hope, 38, Cullen, from the Clarence, with 29 bales wool. 10,000 feet cedar and pine. Traveller's Bride, 35, llnile, from the Putcrson, with 14 tons jiotatues, and 100 bushels maize. Surah, 49, Anderson, from Lnke Macquarie, with conls. Eliza Ann, 32, Garnison, from Twofold Bay, v, ith 31- casks oil.

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BLIGHT IN APPLE-TREES. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 23 September 1842

BLIGHT IN APPLE-TREES. I To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald, j Gentlemen,--I notice, in your paper of this day, " Cultivator's" remarks on the cure of American blight in apple-trees, which is similar to the method used in Somersetshire, in England; but instead of nitric acid or quicksilver, recommended by bim, they fill theaugcr-holc (which is from half an inch to an inch in diameter, according to the size of the tree) with sulphur, nnd plug up the hole. It is found to be very beneficial in killing the blight, and not in other respects injuring the tree. TAUNTON. Sydney, September 22.

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GREY'S WESTERN AUSTRALIA. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 23 September 1842

GREY'S WESTERN AUSTRALIA. I To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. \ Gentlemen,-On reading your critique on Captain Grey's Travels, in your paper of the 20th instant, in, which you endeavoured to show how fallacious it was to infer the com- mon origin of the Australian Tribes from such a partial similarity, as that which subsists between their respective tongues,it struck me, that in one instance, the critic did not argue fairly. In the third paragraph, he observes, " It may be very true that mail, mil, mena, mael, may be the words for ' the ey«' in the dialects of Swan River, King George's Sound, South Australia, and Sydney ; but so, nksi, asi, oki, ackis, azs, oko, oculus, ango, age, auge, aje, are the words for eye in the Sanscrit, Zend, Lithuanian, old Prussian, Lettish, Scluvonian, Latin, Gothic, German, and Danish respectively ; and it would be as natural to suppose that all these peoples are one, because of a certain similarity in sounds expressive of the same thing, as...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE BANK QUESTION. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 23 September 1842

ofexoiarA» ooaaairoNDSHca, THE BANK QUESTION. To the Edilort of the Sydney Morning Herald. Gentlemen, - The leading article in the Herald of this morning, animadverts so strongly and pointedly to my conduct, as In- spector of the Union Bank of Australia, that I feel myself called upon to inform you, that the data upon which your article is founded is altogether incorrect and erroneous. I beg to transmit to you the following copy of the letter which I addi csscd to John Black, Esq., Cashier of the Bank of New South Wales, in reply to the proposal of meeting the Directors of the Colonial Banks, for the pur- pose of discussing the propriety of reducing the discount rate of interest, (corr.) Union Bank of Australia, Sydney, September 14, 1842. Sir,-I have the honour to acknowledge receipt of your letter of the 9th instant, trans- mitting copy of a resolution passed at a meet- ing of Directors of the Bank of New South Wales, the Bank of Australia, and the Sydney Bank, and inviting the at...

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CULTURE OF THE POTATO[?] To the Editors of the Sydney Morning [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 23 September 1842

^^ür*F^atolÍ1I ?';^r*^*«&H gent,.EmCN,-as th;\z:7:y;% circulated ¿^^¡tS^M1* and hints, (for the'cons.dcrâ. n\ H sons whoso attention and time«. H»' reeled to agricultural and rural,!,"""j* the,nodeofpl"nti"g,andK£!r¿ I am aware, that in this colorir . * M at home, different plans ormot»' $ andafter-culture are practised Ufr'itf parts or districts, and though tit re, S 1 general system, Wevcr good, bu> f* Us objections and execution« ,.. "* 43 ticular instances, arisf"nZl& |g stances, such as low-lyfng wstZ> ,11 grounds subject to, or easily i.iuXÄ' -J these few exceptions, which every ZU <fíE and practical person w,H guard aSIJl obliged to plant m Bllch situations)Ti9 ÍM mg whatever plan or plana, which ¿»71 ill cumstauces seem best calculated to °-§11 success; such as forming the J«! four or five feet ridges, by digeLT kS or trenches from twelv'e to e$&pll in width, by twelve inchci infcft ii casting the mould, or earth thus dueZ3.WË interva...

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CHURCH BOOK SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 23 September 1842

CHURCH BOOK SOCIETY. Os Wednesday evening, Mr H itch deinem! an Introductoiy Lecture upon " I nglnnd and the Liigh«h it the time of the Union of the Houses of ^ ork and Lnncastci, at St lames s Grammar School The lecturer in commencement stittd that he lind selected this p irticulnr pLnod of Li gliah History, (the close of the loth mid beginning of tilt. ICth century) u period memorable foi the rev i\ a) of learning, sc\cril importniit discoveries and, ¿hove all, foi tht Reformation, pi mci pally because n courbe of lectures would shoillybe delivered on the Rcf irmution and early biston of tht Church ol I ngland and he hoped til it by collecting and arranging some of the most interesting anecdotes related of the times which usheicd in the Reforma tion, and In} nig them before lim audience, he might possiblj awaken in them a desue to become more icquuinted with that portion of English History The pinn which he had marked out for himself was, briefly to review the state ol' Lngland at...

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WATER POLICE OFFICE. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 23 September 1842

I WAiLR police ornee I Wednesday. Rfr. Joseph Pritchard, residing nt Cooks' River, nppeared on summons to answer an information, charging him with harbouring n runaway seaman, uawed Tnomns Graham, who absconded from the Palestine. From the examination, it appeared, that Graham bad been in the defendant's service as a farm labourer for the lust ten weeks, at the rate of jC'20 a-ycar, and having wished to leave sud- denly, his wages lind been refused him upon demand, when lie caine and lodged nu infor- mation with Captain Browne, .alleging that his employer lind been aware of his being a runaway seaman. Mr. Pritchard stated, lluit the man had come out to his station at Cook's River, dressed in knee breeches and a fustian shooting coat, represen ting himself as an immi- grant hy the Palestine, and that he had al- ways been engaged ns n farm labourer at home. The bench being satisfied that Mr. Pritchard had been deceived hy him, dis- missed the case, and ordered Graham to be locked up b...

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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. HOMEBUSH RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 23 September 1842

bpobtimo xxrvwbSuOBitTO«. | HOMEBUSH RACES. lloMF.Dusii Races, being the Spring Meeting, ended yesterday. The attendance was far more numerous than on the two preceding days. His Excellency the Governor mid family were on the ground, together with a large assemblage of the gentry in the colony, ns well as of the most respectable settlers in the district. The following are the results of the different race» which cunio off. First Race.-Champagne Stakes, of ten sovereigns each, with seventy-live sovereigns added from the funds. Heals; twice round. The winner to give three dozen of Champagne. Mr. C. Robert's b. f. Quail, by Gratis ; .1 years 7st. lllbs. ; scarlet jacket mid black cnp. Won by walking over the course. Second Race,-The Ladies' Purse of fifty sovereigns, with a sweepstakes of ten sove- reigns each. Twice round, and a distance. Sir John Jamison's b. c. Sir Charlen, by Gratis ; 3 years, 8st. ; blue and yellow stripes, nndblackcan. Badkin 1 0 Mr. C. Robert's br. g. Plutus, by...

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MR. HASTINGS ELWIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 23 September 1842

MR. HASTINGS ELWIN. Mr Elwin the Chairman of the Colonial Boaulot Directors ot the Australian liust Company was one of the tinte Commissioncis appointed to investigate the claims of, and settle the amount to be paid to, each of the persons claiming compensation on account of the abolition of slav ery 1 he commission was in force for seven years but the great portion of the u oik was done in three y ears, and in that period the immense sum of £20,000,000, windi was given by the British Parliament to the slave owners, was disbursed, and so accuiatcly vveic the accounts kept, ind every thing appertaining to the commission ma nnged, that the booksbulanced vv lthin 2id , and that deficiency w is caused by fractions that could not be nvoidcd So admirably did the Commissioners perform their trust, that they ícceived the warm thanks oi Lord John Russell and the Chancellor of the iL\cliequei, and what is father surprising, they also gave satisfaction to the slave owners who, when the busines...

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