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The Sydney Morning Herald. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I.' THE BANK QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 24 September 1842
©fie ägüurg Älormwß $ícraHr. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1842. -« " Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am /.* THE BANK QUESTION. We areverymuchobligedtoMr. M'Larkn, of the Union Bank, for the candour with which he published, in yesterday's Herald, \ the letter addressed by him to the late 1 Bank Congress. Whatever may be our i opinion of the merits of that communica ! tion," wc admire the manly spirit he has shown in allowing it to speak for ' itself, thereby enabling the public to form , an independent judgment as to the justice j of our animadversions. It is to be re : grctted that Mr. Hart, the newly-nrrived t| Inspector of the Bank of Australasia, has r not taken a similar step. Had his letter, too, been published, we should have had a complete view of the reasons ( ! 1 ! ) for which the Anglo-Colonials refuse even to consider the question of a monetary re- form. We beg of Mr. Hart to allow his letter to tell its own story through the same channel, in justice to himself, to his constitu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 24 September 1842
SPECIAL NOTICE. IHL Subscribers to this Paper, and the Public generally, are ?spectfully mfoimed, that m future ie following Rules will be strictly Iheied to: In Sydney.-No new Subscribers 'ill be received without one quartet ¡mg paid in advance, foi which ten >r cent will be allowed , the sub iption in advance being 13s. 6d. ¡r quarter. In the Country.-No new Sub .iibers will be received without Jf-a-yem being paid in advance, ii which ten per cent, will be al iwed, the subscription in advance jmg £1 Us. 6d pei halt yeai , and ie Propuetors must be furnished the time with a wntten under- lining that all futuie pajments, .th foi gub«ciiption and cliaigesof Ueitisementb, shall be made in 'dney, or by the hands of an Agent "". In all cases, whether m Town oi HDountiy, the nimes of peí sons will .f'jbe struck off the subscui)tion list, eothen the an ears against them have îî flood over twelve months, and pro ^í eêedingsfoi îecoveiiiig the amount ¡'due will be instituted. M J^á ^° Ad...
EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 24 September 1842
EXTRACTS. Comfortable Berth.-Our cabin has two boxes in it, called " berths," though coffins would be nearer the thing. One of these is situated over the other, like two shelves, and these two together make what they call a "stateroom." My berth is the uppermost one, and I have to climb up to it, putting one foot on the lower one and the other away on the wash-hand-stand, which is a great stretch, and makes it very straining. Then I lift one knee on the berth and roll in sideways. This is very inconvenient to a woman of my size, and very dangerous. Last night I put my foot on Mrs. Brown's face, as she lay asleep close on the edge of the lower one, and nearly put her eye out, and I have torn all the skin off my knees ; and then I have a large black spot where I have been bruised, and my head is swelled. To dismount is another feat of horsemanship only fit for a sailor. You can't sit up for the floor overhead, as you have to turn round and roll your legs out first, and then hold on ti...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 24 September 1842
pEItSONS sending Advertisements for insertion in this Journal, who are not Subscribers, are informed that unless they are accompanied by re- mittances, or orders upon responsible individuals in Sydney, they will not be inserted. SALES BY AUCTION. MSKOBAITBiaBi To Pastry dooks, aad Confectioners WITHOUT RESERVE. ¡VI R. STUBBS will tell by public suction if-i THIS DAY, the 24th day of September, 1842, at the Mart, King-street. Sale a e'.even. Oae case of Lozenges, viz. ; 30 Bottles, 8 oz, transparent peppermint lozenges 30 Ditto 8 oz. refined liquorice lozengei l8 Ditto 8 oz best ginger lozenges l8 Ditto 10 oz. Scot's carraway» lozenges Total 96 bottles, wide mouth st.ipped squares. Terms-Cash. 3918 DUNBAR'S ALE AND PORTER. Tbree hundred dozon in cases and casks, A.c. »A R STUBBS will sell by public auction I Vi 1'HIS D VY, the 24th day of September, at the Mart, King-street, at twelve o'clock precisely, D, in diamond,-One hundred cases Dunbar'i Ale and Porter, in lota to auit uurchas...
FRIDAY, MAY 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 24 September 1842
Friday, May 27. Joseph Long Innes, Esq., J.P., Super- intendant of Gangs, and Assistant Po- lice Magistrate, called in and examined : - o ~ ' 1. You arc a Member of the Immigra- tion Board? Yes, 2. How long have you been a Member of that Board ? About two years. 3. Is it your duty, in conjuction with the other Members, to examine the Im- migrants on arrival ? I have taken very little part in this portion of the duties of the Board, on account of personal in- firmity. 4. You have been engaged, however, in investigating complaints made by Immi- grants on arrival ? Yes, I have attended particularly to this branch of my duties. 5. Have there been many cases of com- plaint during the last twelve months? About seven. C. What M'as the nature of those com- plaints generally? Complaints of the conduct of surgeons, and of masters ; of ill treatment of Immigrants by both? and of immorality on the part of the officers. 7. Did any of the cases you allude to appear to be well founded ? With two e...
ORIGINAL CORREPSONDENCE. THE LOAN. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 24 September 1842
o miaut a* ootsmasPoirBBiroB, THE LOAN. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. Gehtlemen,-As it is not unlikely thal Lord Stanley will ultimately yield to the united wishes of the colonists, and of those gentlemen in Loudon, whe, for some time past, have in- terested themselves for us on the subject of a loan for the purposes of Immigration, 1 think we should not lose a moment in meeting in allparts of the colony, for the purpose of pointing out to his Lordship the incalculable benefit which he would confer on this colony by having the dcah ed loan, if granted, remitted to our government for the purpose of being, in part, given in loan, for certain periods, to the various respectable classes of our society. The loan, if granted, may be made either a curse or a blessing to this colony,-a curso, if placed in the hands of Commissioners at nome, for the purposes of emigration ;-a blessing, if i emitted to our government, for the purpose already mentioned, and to pro euro for us, f...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 24 September 1842
conxMSRoiAXi zsfTBZiX,xoa>rorf There has been, (lining the week, (the races having intervened), a tclaxatiou in com- met cud transactions, and the only feature worthy reporting is the cargoes ex Talent and Abercrombie ; in other articles there is no alter- ation. Suoar.-The importations ex Talent, from Singapore, of 112 tons of good blight scale, realized jC26 10s., and the cargo ex Aber- crombie, from Batavia, of 115 tons of useful qualities, from fair white to good zebu, obtained £,'11 10s., a better assortment could not be imported than this importation, which is admitted by all the trade. Coi-pee.-The lot, ex Talent, fetched 7d. ; and the importation, ex Abercrombie, nu ex- ceedingly fine sample, realised 7d. JOHN JOHNSON, Broker, Lower George-Street.
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. PORT PHILLIP. SALE OF SUBURBAN, URBAN, AND TOWN ALLOTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 24 September 1842
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. &nbsp; PORT PHILLIP. &nbsp; SALE OF SUBURBAN, URBAN AND TOWN AL- LOTMENTS. &nbsp; &nbsp; Colonial Secretary's OflW «,.i" September, 1842. k SÄ J* vernor directs it to bs notified hau P|.G° o'clock of Wednesday, the 7tÏÏD«TmV leTa Urban and Town Aliment's,. "$& to Auction u, some convenient ZÄP lownof Melbourne, Port Phillip s"1' information respecting these Land'. Z£ obtained from the Stirvevm".rw.Y? Sydney and the Oflicer ¡n^fi li Survey Department, at Port Mil ' respecting the conditions of SaleLi! Colonial Treasuier, in Sydnev anffi? Treasurer, at Melbourne. * I"ttl"a SUBURBAN ALLOTMENT!, Bourke.-1. 54 acres, narisli "f n. " Galla, allotment No. 30.' 2 ««c1 * place No 31. 3. 49 acres, same £eX 32. 4. 52 acres, same place, No 33 &lt; 54 acres, same place, No. 34. 6.52.'«. No. 36. 8.52 acres, same place. No » Upset price £10 per acre. ' ' "' URBAN ALLOTMENTS. Bourkr.-1. 2 acres,2roods,andl6n[i[|,,, parish of South ...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 September 1842
ABSTRACT OV SALES BY AUCTION. Wc insert, for the information of" the Public an Abstract of all thc Public Sales which take place . THIS DAY. Foss -AND LLOYD.-At their Rooms, at ll o'clock, Hosiery, Drills, Waistcoatings, Trouserings, Doeskins, Cloth, Cassimeres, Haberdashery, Rugs, Perfumcry/ííc.'j at 1 o'clock, a house in Jamison-street.' Moonr. AND HEYDON.-At their Rooms, at ll o'clock, Mess Beef, Oatmeal, Raisins', Goats, &c. ; in the evening, Tea, Shawls, Prints, Silks, &c. Mn. S. LYONS.-Athis Mart, at ll o'clock, Furniture, Paintings, Engravings, Ale, Port, Sherry, Brandy, Black Fish Oil, Horse, Dray, Harness, &c. Mn. BLACKMAN.-At his Rooms, at ll o'clocki ? the Steamer Tamar, Land in the Township of Liverpool, Land in the County of St. Vincent, Town Property in Melbsurne and Williams' Town, Port Phillip; Legacies, &c. Mu. STUBBS.-At his Mart, at 12 o'clock, City Property nt Miller's Point, the Balmain Hotel and Grounds, and six Allotments ad- jo...
COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 September 1842
COASTERS OUTWARDS. September 24.-Harriett, 45, Richards, for Newcastle, in ballast; John, 37, Steele, tor Newcastle, in ballast ; Shamrock, steamer, 200, Gilmore, for the Hunter, with sundries ; 1 George, 35, Damon, fur Newcastle, io ballast ; I Lunar, 165, Munro, lor Newcastle, in ballast ; Somertet, 8, Frankerd, for the Hawkesbury, | with suudriei; Lou'ua, 10, Croad, for the Hunter, with sundries; Trattllrr't Bride, 35, Kaile, for the Taterson, witli sundries; En dentour, 10, sliakesliaff, for the Hawkesbury, with imidrits : Sarah, 49, Anderson, for Lake Macquarie, with sundries; Fl]/. 20, Williams, Xor Brisbane Waler, with sundries.
INDIAN LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 September 1842
INDIAN LABOUR. A uKCTiMc of gentlemen laven rabie to thc formation of an association for promoting Indian Emigration was held at the Exchange Rooms on Saturday, Mr. Robert Scott in thc chair. There were upwards of forty gentle- men present, comprising some of thc Grat landholders in the colony, i Mr. J. M'KAY said, that thc necessity of 1 introducing Indian labourers, and their use- fulness as shepherds, had been so often dis- cussed, end was so generally admitted, that he i diet not think it was necessary to eay nny I thing on that point, and thc best cours» for 1 the meeting to pursue would bc to appoint a committee, to consider what would be the best incihod of removing those restrictions which now prevent the Hill Coolies from leaving India for this colony. Mr. C. Wisoevca, J.P., said, thatit would be necessary that the committee to bo appointed should know thc sense of the meeting upon several points. The wants af the colony will bc immediate, while to send home to England to a...
CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 September 1842
CLEARANCES. Tor Bulli, thc barque Commodore, Captain Rossignol, ia ball»«. For the South SeaFishery.the WgCIart Captain While, with whaling gear, fcc. For Hobart Town, the schooner Oral Capt «m Ellii, with a general cargo. Pas (er-Mr. Uryard. The Ply and BrotzU* may be expected in Sydney in ihe courte ot three weeks From the The Bright Planet has on board 102 tuns ol block, oil, and two tons whalebone. She does hot bring any news. The Lady Raffles has only about thirty .don the beginning of October.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 September 1842
MARRIED. At Molong, district of Wellington, by special license, on the 14th Sept., by the Rev. C. Woodward, B.C.L., William, third son of Perrott, M. Thornton, Esq., of Aughaweena, County of Cavan, Ireland, to Ellen, relict of thc late Thomas Buttanshaw, Esq., R.N. On the 24th inst., at St. Philip's Church, Sydney, by the Rey. Mr. Grylls, H. A. Hollinsworth, Esq., 10th Foot, to Mary Maclean, second daughter of Lieutenant S. Fraser, 80th Regiment. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
The Sydney Morning Herald. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 18[?]2. "Sworn to no Master, of no seet am I.' THE APPROACHING ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 September 1842
Stu SDÍnci; íH o rm riß fbrralD. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 56, ISM. " Sworn lo no Hatter, 0/m Sect om /.* THE APPROACHING ELECTIONS. AIÏ attempt is being made to »how tb»t gentlemen who opposed tho Municipal Bill Bad petitioned against it when it vas before the Legislative Council, are acting inconsistently in coming forward as can- didates for office in the new corporation ; but we tlûnk that io a very few lines wc shall be able to show that lhere is no in consütencv io the matter. The Bill was opposed on three grounds : one party, of whom Mr. JAM ns M.tc ARTiiüR was thc head, argued that the I Legislative Council had not the power to pass the Bill; that it would bc unconsti- tutional for thc Council to do so ; and as | thc new constitution far the colony would probably be m force in the course of the present year, it was advisable to postpone thc passing of the Bill, especially os there was some reason to believe that in the new Act of Parliament there would tie an express power given to ...
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THE COURT OF REQUEST ACT. ANNO SEXTO, VICTORIA REGINE, No. 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 September 1842
THE ÇOBM OF REQUESTS ACT. AKÍÍO Sexto, VicTomx REOIKÍ, No. 1J. 1 By Ilii Excellency Sir UcorgeGipps, Knight, Captain-Gen eral, and Govcrnnr-in-Chief of the Territory of New South Wale», and its Dependencies, and Vice-Admiral of thc same, with thc advics of the Legislative Council, Jn Act to eonxo/iVa/e and amend the Late re I /afino ío Court» of Krquettx ; and to extend ! the Jurisdiction«/ ,uth Court, Ul the County of Cumberland. Whctas tty an Ar.t of the Imperial Parlia- ment, passed in thc second and third year of the Reign of Her present Majesty Queen Victoria, intituled," An Act to amend an Act of the ninth year of K.ing George the Fourth, to provide fur the Administration of Justice inNcwSoulhWalcnandVan Diemen') Land, and for the more effectual government thereof, andforother purposes relating thereto and to continue the same milli the thirty-first day of December, One thousand eight huu dred and fortv, und thenceforward to thc end of thc then next Session of Parliament; il w...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 September 1842
(urt-nro JU lirti ww Bil M i ÀJtWVALJ. I Tao* Port Nlcholton, jeltordey, narin, left tho 6 th ¡munt, Ole barque ww«' '''&lt;"".(, 1S6 toni, Captain Morrison, wlln blacx oil, * From Hobart Town, line dnY.havinjleft ilia loth intlanl, the brig Sir Mn B»r>3,10» loni, Captain Kera, «111 Po1!1,00*" 'S"*!?' SCi Faieeonri-Captain Wickham, R. », Dr. Tura, R. N., Mr. and Mrs. Coley, and three children, and Mra. and Min Mitchell.
COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 September 1842
COASTERS INWARDS. September 24- Harriett, «, from New cutfe, with coala; Shamrock, .leam«, 200, Gilmore, from Moreton Bay, with amidncj; Ellen, 15, Thomi, from the Hawkesbury, with lime; John and Charlot!** 93, Callina, from Newcastle, with eoali ; Jane Stott, 30, Milne, from Port Macquarie, with 6000 feet wood, and 250 burilda lime ; Hary Anne, 52, Williams, from Port Macquarie, with 17,000 feet cedar. 1000 feetbaidwood,700Q shingles, 24 casks lime. 300 bushell maize, and 1 ton lead.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 September 1842
SALES KY AUCTION. To Sraporo, 'SctiXore, Cuuoral Bealors, and owners. FOSS and LLOYD will sell by auction, at their Uooms, Lower George-street, THIS DAY, the 26th instant, at eleven o'clock precisely, Two esses Prints'", One case Wliite Shirts One case Ribbons One ca3e Braganza Scarfs One case Printed Satteens One case stout White Drills One case White Jeannçts Two cases fine Printed Jeannsjts One case Fancy Shawls One bale Blankets One case V oleekins One cssc Moleskin Trowiers One case Moleskin Jackets One case Silk, Satin, and Mode Stocks One bale Cloakings With a variety of other articles too numerous to mention. Terms at sale. 4151 ' CBHTftM, CITY PROPERTY. Boinia tar JAMINOV-BTMBT. F08S AND LLOYD have much pleasure in anouncing, that they have received instructions from the Rev. W. P. Crook, to submit to public competition, at their Rooms, Lower George-street, THIS DAY, 2Gth instant, at 1 o'clock precisely, That handsome and commodious house in. Jamison-street at present tenan...