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ENGLISH [?] A ROYAL PROCESSION. (From Blackwood'S Magazine.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 September 1842
A ROYAL PROCESSION. (From Blackwoods Magasine.) ? FIRST came, trotting slowly, a detachment of Life Guards clearing the way-their sabres glisten in the air-their bear-skin caps flout ^ thc sky-ladies are in raptures ?-such divine men, such lovely coats, beautiful swords-fascinating mustaches handsome horses ; and then the officer, covered with gold lace-divine, love-in- spiring man! tremble now, ye uuwhiskered beaux, for the affections of your fair ones, and assuvc yourselves, that however your belles may regard you, at this moment that dear delightful officer is the god of their idolitry ; and whatever sweet smiles they may condescendingly bestow on you, 'tis of that Adonis of the household troops they are thinking all the while. But the ladies have no time to fall desperately in love, for the beef-enters appear-remarka- ble old files, in the fashion of the days of Elizabeth, with embroidered frocks, and little porringer velvet caps, bedizended with redatul ribbon, halbcrtsoverthei...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 September 1842
oxaaaaca ittvaa. TUB HOPE. 60 (on«, will tail on Tuesday, 27lh instant, poi'uively ; to be followed by the PATERSON, 50 ton«, in eight day«. Freight by either of thete vessels, 25s. per ton ; passage at equally low rates. Apply to W. H. Sawyer, or E. M. STOREY. 4218 Union Wharf' rom MOttBTON BAT, THE PACKET schooner WANDERER, Henry li urns, master, is now loading at Morley and Steele's Wharf, Bathurst-atreet, at re- duced freights ; has superior accommodations for cabin and steerage passengers, and will sail I on Wednesday the 28th, positively. For par- ticulars apply to thc master, en board, or to j 4273 Mr. THOMAS STEELE, owner MOM HOBAB* SOWN BIB»CT. TflHE fine fast niling barque JL BRILLIA NT, 331 tons, Captain Ritchie, will . - _positively sail for the above port, this dsy. F. MITCHELL and CO., 4237 Lower George-street. TO SAIX, zar xi» satt. Ter Vert IMoholaoD, tenebtnr at Welton, efcotdA enfletent inSnoement offen THE barque BLBANOR, 153 tons, R. Johnson, master. For freight ...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. SATURDAY. BEFORE the CHIEF COMMISSIONER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 September 1842
I INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. BEFORE tho CHIEF COUUIIIIONER. III thc «Ute of Jamel Atkinson, a special meeting was fixed for ten o'clock ; but no one appeared, and the meeting was accordingly adjourned. New ISSOLYÏKT-Thomas Dunsdon, con- fectioner, George-street, filed his schedule on Saturday last. MESTINOÍ FOR TO-MORROW.-In thc estate of John Hurt, a third meeting, at ten o'clock ; in the estate of John Singer, a first meeting, at half post ten; in the estate of John limier Hewson, a third meeting, at eleven; in the estate of William Clarke, an adjourned meet- ing, at half past eleven ; in the estate of John Rogers, an adjourned meeting, alone.
HOMEBUSH RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 September 1842
HOMEBUSH RACES. I WE are now enabled Lo afford our sportful readers "a full, true, and particular account, ' of the above races, which came off on Tues day, Wednesday, and Thursday last, under thc auspices of thc Australian J oct cy Club, and have again the pleasure of congratulating thoso gentlemen on thc complete socceia which has attended their arrangements. TursDAT, 20.-The Champion Cup, of 1O0 sovereigns, with a sweepstakes of 10 sove- reigns each, S forfeit, if declared; weight for ago; heats, twice round and a distance. Length of the course, 1} mile, 4 chains. Mr. C. Smith's Eclipse, by Whisker, aged. Sst lllbs. Dunn. 1 I Sir J. Jamison's Sir Charles, hy Gratis, 3 yean, 8ft.. 2 2 Mr. C. Robert's Quail, by Gratis, 3 yearn, 7sL lllbs. 3 3 Mr. Rouse's Jorrocks, by Whisker, aged .drawn First heat, Sir Charles went off with ihc lead, at racing pace, closely followed bj Eclipse, who went up to him at the bottom of tho hill, the first round, and raced him to the finish, winning by a...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 September 1842
DEPARTURES. . 'Tor Hobnrt Town, on Saturday last. Ilia ichooner A'nncff, Captain Sheridan, with «edar, Sc. Passenger-Mr. E. Thornton. For Newcastle, yesterda}, the brig ¿«nor, Captain Munro, in ballast. For Calcutta, thc tame day, the ship Imbi Ila Watten, Captain M'Donald, in ballast. Pas- éense!-Mr. P. Gardener, Lieutenant S« tenh.in, II. M. 57lh regiment, Lieutenant Hollingsworth, H. M. 10thregiment, and Mn. H illingsworth. . For Launceston, via Newcastle, the same iay, the barque Sacrale, Captain Grant, in ballast. Passengers - Messrs. Smith and
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 26 September 1842
lÉf ' ! ~~" TERMS' OF SUBSCRIPTION. r~r~ : ~~p ¥WÈSild!ict/, Fifteen Shillings per Quarten Single Numbers, Sixpence. Country, Seventeen Shillings and Sixpence per Quarter. V :BHr* 'fen per cent, discount for payment in advance, and ten per cent, added ifaccounts are allowed lo run over s;x months. j TJASlï TERMS FOU ADVERTISEMENTS. - For one inch and under, Two ShUl'mys and Sixpence, and Une Shilliny for every additional inch, for each insertion. 'Émtñcnnlil persons authorised to receive Moneys and Communications or, account of the " SYDNEY MORNING HERALD" iereert ni HID nm t r> jr 7- 7 ^ . ~ ' '-~--~~- ?'? «1" Maitland and Wollombi; MR. D. L. SPILLANE, Campbelltown; Mn. Joiro COLEMAN, Penrith; MR. ll. DYVIHON WotÍnÍwnl,^7%nJJ u'''w"'¡0''i['?f"cLr Oeorye-strect, Sydney) are Mu. JOHN HARRIS, Collector, Sydney; MR. JOSEPH HUNT, Balmain ; Mn. JOHN LISCOMBE, Iiathnrsl ; Mn. LAIIAN WHITE, Windsor; Mu. Huon TAYLOR, Parramatta Mn. A. W. LUIYMORI ;S Liverpool; Mn. WILLIAM BAUNEUD RHODES,...
IMMIGRATION.—1842. MINUTES OF EVIDENCE TAKEN BEFORE THE IMMIGRATION COMMITTEE.—[Continued.] FRIDAY, MAY 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 September 1842
IMMIGRATION.-1842. j MINUTES OF EVIDENCE TAKEN BEFORE THE IMMIGRATION COMMITTEE.-[Continued.] Friday, May 27. Hutchinson Hotiiersall Browne, Esq., J.P., called in and examined : 1. You are Water Police Magistrate ? I am. '2. You are also a Member of the Im- migration Board ? Yes. 3'. Do.yóu attend, in that capacity, the examinations of the Immigrants on arrival ? 1 do with few exceptions. .1. How long havo you acted in that capacity ? About twenty months. 5. Have the Immigrants been generally of a useful class, or has there been any deterioration during that period? I think that they have not at all improved latterly ; a large proportion of those who have ar- ru ed within the last eight months have been from the seaport towns ; I think that hut a small proportion of those who have arrived during that period have been of a useful class, and few have been such as I should have sent up to my own station. G. Can you state what the generality of them have been employed in at home ? I hav...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 September 1842
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. We insert for the information of the Public an Abstract of all the Public Sales which take olare THIS DAY. Mr. Stubbs.-At his Mart at 12 o'clock, two Cottages, various Allotments of Land, Shares in Freemasons' Hall and Sydney College, and Law Library, with Office Furniture. Ma. Samuel Lyons.-At his Mart, at 11 o'clock, Shirtings, Linen Drills and Ducks, Nuts, and Flour; at Vi o'clock, Ale. Mn. Blackman.-At the Cattle Market, at 11 o'clock, Cattle; at Carter's Barracks, at 12 o'clock, a Mare. COUNTRY SALES. Mr. A. Dodds.-At East Maitland, Septem- ber 29, Cattle. Mu. Turner.-On the premises, October 1, Carlton Cottage Farm, on the Paterson, Agricultural Implements, Household Fur- niture, and Lease of Land. .j»_ ' ' '
COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 September 1842
COASTERS OUTWARDS. _ September 2ö.-Jane, 54, Walker, for the Manning, with sundries ; Mermaid, 20, Owens, for Brisbane Water, with sundries ; JZthn Ann, 32, Gaunson, for Broulee, in ballast ; Sophia Jane, steamer, 156, Wiseman, foi Wollongong, with sundries ; Rose, steamer, 172, Pnttison, for the Hunter, with sundries; Flu, 10, Legge, for Brisbune Water, in ballast ; Ihomson, 37, Porter, for Lake Macquarie, in ballast ; Star, 12, Thom- son, for Ulladulla, with sundries ; Jane Williams, 33, Martin, for the Paterson, with sundries.
CLEARANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 September 1842
CLEARANCE. l-'or, Ijobart Town, the barque Brilliant, Captain Ritchie, in ballast. The brig William, hence the 4th instant, arrived at Launceston, the 15th instant. The steamer Tamar was sold yesterday, by Mr.. Blackman, for £3000. The Arachne left Newcastle, for Port Nicholson, on Sunday last, with cattle. The Socrates and Lunar had both arrived at New- castle.
VESSELS LAID ON FOR THIS COLONY [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 September 1842
VESSELS LAID ON FOR THIS COLONY' From London Direct.-Spartan, 400, Macey merchandise, May 10. ii. George, 383* Sughrue, April 26. Giraffe, 264, Moore, May Iß. Kinnear, merchandise, June 10. Eden, 420, Boyce, merchandise, May 10. Harlequin, 350, Harrison, merchandise. May 11. Trial, 430, Day, merchandise, May 13. Aden, 422, Waddel, merchandise, May IS. Glenswilly, 670, M'Neil, May. FnonLiVERrooL.-Colombian, 276, Wakem. May l8. From Port Phillip.-Duke of Richmond. Lord Saumarez, brig. Thomas Lord, schooner. Falcon, schooner. From Hobart Town.-Bramble,!!. M. B., 10 guns. Fly, II. M. S., l8 guns, Blackwood. Waterlily, schooner. From Adelaide.-Dorset, brig, Walsh. Emma, brig, Sproul. From Launceston.-William, brig, Thom. From New Zealand.- Bee, brig, 140, Cheyne. Ariel, Finlay. Harriett. Margaret, M'Kinnon. Scotia, schooner, Cook. Susan- nah Ann, sclioonor, Anderson. Ann,schooner, 62, Steel. Perseverance, schooner. Chal- lenger, schooner. Brothers, Bruce. Elea- nor, brig. Success, schoon...
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 September 1842
^wooveasKiBwr oainra. iff IMPOUNDINGS. IunsT.-Kangaroo Bay, the Estate of . Esq., Blackman Swamp Pound, loth bcr, 181-2 : One red cow branded TW ,i mi oil"ribs, a male calf by her side i dod. One red and white steel, brarw P conjoined, off libs. One red and1 teer, branded apparently TS off rump« 1 ox, buindcd P ofl'rump, 1C on shouT nc side, top off car same side. One [white poley heifer, branded BP near One white heifer, red ears, biandcd Uly HP conjoined oirribs, slit in each lue red und white poley cow, branded under near rump. One red steer, JE off rump, L on shoulder same side, d steer, about l8 months old, no brand One yellow and white cow, branded ear rump, bland off rump not legible. i and white steer, about 12 months old ded. One blown and white ox, bran L or HL on near ribs and flank, rump gb, same side. One black ox, branded libs, piece out of cn same side. One 1 white poley ox, branded apparently ijoined ofTinmp, piece out of near ear. td poley ox, branded H M conjoined,...
EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 September 1842
xxTxa,cTB. ' ' fm Change of Form Produced bï En»!?? tion.-In travelling through the UnU^-fl States, I was continually struck I; bpy changes which, in the course of a gciitritaffe or two, had been effected in the vannai E»|¡íj ropenn races,, by tinnsplantation to alelSS where labour is respected and comparitmlj|*S independent. lu Baltimore, especuili,fïj5 where there has been a considerable ms fojj gration of poor Catholic Irish, I mi h ||S quently amused by a specimen of the Hill» »JJ American-the offspiing of some laboriarj """.Ti¡ scent and continental nativity. The brui low comedy features, and hard scmlbp dergrowth of the original ill-fed and m". worked importation, had become grave, tin-|k gated, and erect ; and in another geunl« the Celtic physiognomy und hard comprimí __,. corporeal outline, bade fair to be oblitenld |jrj in the comparatively austere aipect al hi tall spare build of the undoubted An» jj rican. In walking with a republiui t friend on the quays of New York, I t...
SYDNEY CORPORATION. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 September 1842
I SYDNEY CORPORATION. | To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. I Gentlemen,-As the Municipal Elections are now approaching, and a vuriety of candidates are in the field, it behoves the electoral consti- tuency of all the Wards to consider seriously what arc the qualifications which they ought to require in the persons to whom they would confide the onerous duty and important trust which are involved in th« office of common Councilman. When they hove an adequate idea of what those qualifications ought to be, their next duty will be to examine and scru- tinize the competency of tho men who have come forward us candidates on the present occasion. In a recent number of your valua- ble and widely circulated paper, you called the attention of the citizens to this important subject in a very able and judicious article. You pointed out in a very clear and proper manner, the nature of the qua ifications which ought to be required in candidates for the Municipal Repiesentation : and you...
COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 September 1842
COASTERS INWARDS. September 26.-Bec, 12,Toole, from Kiama, .with U00 feet timber ; Mermaid, 20, Owens, from Brisbane Water, with 10,000 feet timber ¡ Bard's Legacy, 38, Benton, from Wollongong, ?with 4 tons bark, 100 bushels corn, 3 tons po- tatoes, 18,000 luths, 50 bushels wheat, 2000 Joct timber, 1 ton hides ; Currency Lass, 16, IVloon, from Brisbane Water, with 7000 feet timber; Northumberland, l8, Dennis, from Port Aiken, with shells; Sophia Jane, steamer, 156, Wiseman, with 21 bags potatoes, 2S bugs corn, COO feet timber, &c. ; Susan, 5!, Boyle, from the Clarence, with 26,&lt;i00 feet cedar, 2 tons beef, 40 bushels maize ; Nor thumberhml, 47, Chandler, from the M'Leay, with Ï0,000 feet cedar; Rose, steamer, 172, Pattison, from the Hunter, with sundries ; Lady of the Lake, 13, Perkins, from the Hawkesbury, with lime.
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. DR. LANG'S VERACITY. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 September 1842
OmiOIXTAI. CORSatPOKSBNCl, DR. LANG'S VERACITY. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. Gentlemen.-Although every one posses- sing the smallest experience in this Colony, is aware of the fact, that it is positively dan- gerous to believe one word written und sub- scribed by " John Dunmore Laug" until the samo shall be covfirmedhy some more ci edible authority, yet it may not be idle to refresh the public mind occasionally, with so neces- sary a caution, in order in some degree to counteract the baneful effects, capable or being produced in quarters not sufficiently distrustful or sceptical. Now I do not mean to accuse Dr. Lang of knowingly or wilfully publishing falsehoods, but what is equally criminal in a public (although not the "first political") writer, he is ever speaking " unadvisedly with his lips"-at Imp-hazard and random-udopting for infalli- ble truths the merest fictions or fabrications of the day, and thus rendering himself, in fact, the common reporter and propaga...
GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 September 1842
GOULBURN. Sept. 23nn.-The wcathci has been unusually changeable ; not above two days together either wet or dry. This day has been very sultry, and the atmosphere indicates another change. The frost which has continued with us more or less, has now left us, and vegeta- tion is making rapid progress. This is the most propitious seaso» we have had for a long series of years ; both early and late wheat looks well ; barley sowing is nearly ended, and there is every prospect of an abundant harvest. The northern portion of Argyle is well adapted to ugricultuic, being, for the most part, level country. Upper Georgiana abounds in deep gullies and scrubby rangts, the haunts of cnttle-stcalers and unlicensed squatters, to the great annoyance aibonâjvle settlers. Government should enquire mi- nutely into the system, and encourage the licensed occupation of land within the boun- daries by small settlers, and then all the available land would be taken up either by them or the more opulent settle...
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 September 1842
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. Hobart Town papers to the 9th instant, and Launceston papers to the 12th instant, came to hand yesterday. The Legislative Council was sitting, but there was nothing likely to be particularly interesting to our readers. A Court of Requests Act, similar to the one recently passed in Syd- ney, was under the consideration of the Council. There appeared to be a very great desire on the part of many persons to have a usury law introduced, and several of the members of the Council ap- peared to be favourable to that view, but as the Lieutenant-Governor and a ma- jority of the members were opposed to it, there was no probability of such a pro- position being entertained by the Council. The following are the latest market prices. (From the Launceston Courier, Sept. lilli.) Cataract Mill.-Fine flour, 20s. per 100 lbs.; 20 per cent. 17s.; 12 per cent. 16s.; bran, la.od. per 20 lbs.; pollard, 1b.(id. per ditto ; wheat, from 5s. 6d. to ßs. Gd. per 60 lbs. Suitly Mills.-Wheat, ...