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VESSELS LAID ON FOR THIS COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 28 September 1842
VESSELS LAID ON FOR THIS COLONY. | FROM LONDON DIRECT.-Spartan, 400, Macey, merchandise,May 10. Giraffe, 204,Moore,May 15. 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 15. Glcnswilly, 670, M'Neil, May. FROMLIVERPOOL.-Colombian, 276, Wakcm. May l8. FROM PORTPIIILLIT.-Duke of Richmond. J.ord Saumarez, brig. Thomas Lord, schooner. falcon, schooner. FROM HOBART TOWN.-J3ramble.ll, 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.- Ree, brig, 140, Cheyne. Ariel, Finlay. Harriett. Margaret, M'kinnon. Scotia, schooner, Cook. Husan nahA7in,schoonir,Anderson. Ann,schooner, (¡2, Steel. Perseverance, schooner. Chal- lenger, schooner. Brothers, Bruce. Elea- nor, brig. Success, schooner. Catherine, schooner, 160, Bannat...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 28 September 1842
IBSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. reinsert/or the information of the Public Tût ¡aT' °f M tht Pub,ic Sal" which I THIS DAY. oVln.v irl0YDSrAt their Rooms, at 11 MÄbXr' T°bncco. Beef. Groats, and Mustard, Flour, Dates, &c. Nav';. V.0N8--At 'he Hunter's River Steam SpermÔÎ Con,l)a,,y »Wharf. &lt;* 10 o'clock, l':^CnMA,?-"7,Att,ieCatt,e Market, at 11 «lock, Bulls, Co« s, Heifers, Steers, &c. L.T.UB."r"At,hi» mart. it 12 o'clock, liïihf' 800.h/n'J of Cattle, *O00 Sheep Zu pot ed Horse "Bashaw," five fadVn ""i thS e8tate of " Be»° ««tiro," Md allo'"ieiits, four Milch Cows, &c.
The Sydney Morning Herald. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I. THE APPROACHING ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 28 September 1842
Hht JbsTmcs fttortimg ftrraltr. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28,18*2. -« .* Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I. THE APPROACHING ELECTIONS. IN several articles respecting the qualifi- cations of " fit and proper persons " to be placed in the Town Council we have im- plored the electors not to give their sup- port to an uneducated man. lu using the word "uneducated" we do not mean to infer that no person should be nominated who is unable to read Greek, or who has not a thorough acquaintance with mathe- matics ; but certainly no man should be elected who has not received sufficient in- struction to enable him to write an ordinary business letter, or to understand the terms of a contract. We would impress this particularly upon the minds of electors, because we understand that at least one of the candidates is in this -position, and however wealthy, intelligent, and moral, he .may be, if he cannot write, he is decidedly ineligible, and ought not to be elected. It will be a perfect disgrace to ...
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 28 September 1842
I SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. | Stock on hand, 17th instant.-B. P. rum, 36,236 gallons ; brandy, 225,632 gallons ; gin 8,159 gallons ; other spirits, 69,200 gallons ; g and Cavendish tobacco, 628,820 pounds ; bail ditto, 64,824 pounds ; leaf ditto, 41,189 ound«; cigars, 84,384 pounds; snuff. 12,683 oundi. Received during the week.-B. P. rum, ¡I; brandy, 459 gallons ; gin, 1,121 gallons ; wer «pints, nil ; fig and Cavendish tobacco, « ¡Brazil ditto, nil; leaf ditto, nil; cigars, 5 poundi ; snuff, nil. Delivered for home consumption.-B. P. «m, 1,433 gallons ; brandy, 1,241 gallons ; in, 4*6 gallons; other spirits, 121 gallons; I ana Cavendish tobacco, 4,533 pounds ; »Mil ditto, nil; leaf ditto, nil; cigars, 567 Ninds; snuff, 58 pounds, delivered for exportation.-B. P. rum, 99 «lons; brandy, 354 gallons ; gin, 139 gallons ; to spirits, 65S gallons ; fig and Cavendish ¡*acco, 1,815 pounds; Brazil ditto, nil ; leaf "to, ml ; cigars, 325 pounds ; snuff, nil. &lt;?l0nk on"hana> 24th in...
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 28 September 1842
I PROJECTED DEPARTURES. london.-LADY RAFFLES, 300 tons, J. feller, agent, 10th October. Port Phillip.-TIMBO, 123 tons, J. B. letcalfe, agent, 1st October. Hobart Town.-MARIAN WATSON, 146 ans, D. Egan, agent, 29th September. Bombay. - C A N D A H A R, 6*2 tons, lacker, Mason, and Co., agents, 1st October.
COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 28 September 1842
COASTERS INWARDS. September 27. - Harriet, steamer, 35, Lowe, from William's River, with coals; Janies Wait, steamer, 142, Cape, from the Hunter, with 194 bags maize; Mary Ann, 7, Mvnw, from the Hawkesbury, with 3G.O00 «bingles; Harriett, 15, Clause,from Brisbane water, with 40,000 shingle», 1,800 feet timber, and 700 palings; William the Fourth, Htcnmcr, from East Gosford, with 5,800 feet limber, 2,000 paling, 30,000 shingles, and 8 lades.
VESSELS ENTERED OUTWARDS SINCE LAST PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 28 September 1842
rESSELS ENTERED OUTWARDS SINCE LAST PUBLICATION. September 20.-WARLOCK, 101 tons, G. 'honiton, agent, for Launceston. September 21-CANDAHAR, 642 tons, 'hacker, Mnson, and Co., agents, for Bombay. September 21.-NANCY, 38 tons, G. Iiornton, agent, for Hobart Town. September 22.-CLARENCE, 120 tons, 1. Thornton, agent, for the South Seas.
EXPORTS. Vessels cleared out from the l7th to the 24th instant inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 28 September 1842
I EXPORTS. - battis cleared out from the llth to the2ith I instant inclusive. September 17.-CAROLINE, 113 tons, j Coomb«, master, for Hobart Town : 25 bags coffee, 2 bales woel packs, 1 case leather, 296 mell and 350 bags flour, 4 cases loaf sugar, i bales', 1 package slops, 4 hhds. beef, 8 bales loolleni, 6 pine logs, 27 chests, 13} chests, II five-eighth chests tea, 7 bales bags, 1 case uddlery, 1 cask earthenware, S cases, 1 cask ¡ranges, I cask lemons, 1 cask confectionary. September 17-CLARINDA, 246 tons, Godby, master, for Loudon ; 925 bales wool, I boxes curiosities. September 17.-OSPREY, 14(5 tons, Sedg lick, master, for Port Nelson, New Zealand ; I cask flour, 10 octaves, 3 casks, IO cases wine, [0 casks beer, 2 casks vinegar, 2 bags and IO mt sugar, 2 barrels old tom, 4 barrels gin, !5 casks ale, 37 barrels herrings, 9 cases ligáis, IS casks brandy, 10 casks rum, 600 tags flour, 4 cases preserves, 2 chests 8i kits, 50 boxes tea, 13 boxes pipes, 8 barrels »tmeal, S bags gin...
SYDNEY GENERAL TRADE LIST. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1842. IMPORTS. Reports from the 17th to the 24th instant inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 28 September 1842
at»*" nXUB «ta»« %x»ri lATttSÄAT,'sirTWiMa 2*,rJ8ttV ?-*. IMPORTS. BifWtt from the 17M to &lt;A« 2«Ä I«*»VW&lt; in« t.,"i«t* 17.-CINTRA, schooner, 114 ?E7 ¿bounding, master, from South Sea IJ^TKWW and Co., agents ; 52 cask. ^nut oil, 6 ton« arrowroot, II case» 7 b&erdashery, 4pnckage« banna»,« S Ses cocoa-nut«, R. Bourne; 12 casks îpA Campbell and Co. ; 37 casks sperm Meases curiosities, J. J. Peacock. ""'ntember 21.-SONS OF COMMERCE, i«. 411 tons, Williams, master, from i ffi Lyall, Scott, and Co., agents ; 100 rtïd beer Thacker and De Salis; 50 Ad. beer, 9 pockets hops, Willis, Aman, and Co.; 1 winnowing machine, )Z&lt;Tand Co.; 20 hogsheads porter, J. Si I»0 hogilwad« beer, Cooper and Si box apparel, Dr. Wallis; [box-, n nixon ; 1 case-, Evan« ; 4 bales,bagginç, I And W. Macarthur; 80 quarter barrel» "."Mwder, Boyd, Brother», and Co. ; 20 bag» ff A. ¿.Spark; 5 boxes types * ca.k» ! .itini ink, Lyall, Scott, ancf Co ; 1 case í&,M'Nab, ¿nd Co...
PORT PHILLIP. SALEOF SUBURBAN, URBAN, AND TOW ALLOTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 28 September 1842
PORT PHILLIP. SALEOF SUBURBAN, URBAN, AND TOWHAI» LOTMENTS. COLONIAL Secretary's Office, Sydney, 6th September, 1842. His Excellency the Go- vernor directs it to be notified, that at Ele»en o'alock of Wednesday, the 7th December and followingday s, the undermentioned Suburban, Urban, and Town Allotments, will be pat op to Auction, in some convenient place in th« Town of Melbourne, Port Phillip. Further information respecting these Land« may ne obtained from the Surveyor-General, in Sydney, and the Officer in charge of the Survey Department, at Port Phillip, and respecting the conditions of Sale, fromthi Colonial Treasuier, in Sydney, and the Sub Treasurer, at Melbourne. SUBURBAN ALLOTMENTS. BOURKE.-1. 54 acres, parish of Doutt» Galla, allotment No. 30. 2. 48 acrei, »me place, No. 31. 3. 49 acres, same place, No, 32. 4. 52 acre«, same place, No. 38. ». 54 acres, same place, No. 34. 6.52 acre«, game place, No. 35. 7. 47 acres, same place, ( No. 36. 8. 52 acres, same place, No. 37. Ups...
INDIAN LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 28 September 1842
. INDIAN LABOUR. A coNTKMPOUARY of yesterday com- plains that at the meeting of gentlemen, who are endeavouring to remove the re- strictions upon the introduction of Indian labourers to this colony, no arguments on the general subject were brought forward, that nothing was said about the influence which the introduction of Coolies is likely to have upon the welfare of the European im- migrants, or the general interests of the col- ony. Had this remarkbeenmadcbyaperson who ouly arrived in the colony last week, we could have understood it, but ema- nating from a writer who knows that the general bearings of the question have been argued and re-argued over and over again during the last two years, and who has himself taken part in the discussion, it is rather surprising. The meeting held on Saturday last was not to discuss principles, hut to arrange details : the requisitionists were satisfied that the proposed measures would be beneficial to the colon}', and they called a meeting of t...
NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR. (From our various Correspondents. GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 28 September 1842
NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR. (From our various Correspondents. GOULBURN. SEPTEMBER 24.—An exquisite Vandemonian, in company with Loping Jack, cut their cable just as the sun sunk in the far west, and rode thirty miles before drawing bridle. It may be supposed there was cause for this unusual speed, &nbsp; having left tradesmen standing like lampposts in some of our streets, till they should &nbsp; return and pay their bills. The said worthies have gone to Port Phillip. Publicans, tailors, saddlers, and shoemakers, are among the sufferers. We thought that the injurious Insolvent Law had put a stop to bolting, from the facilities it affords to rogues to get quit of all their liabilities. Henry Dunkley, of Gunning, having been missing for ten days, suspicions are afloat that all is not right. His wife cohabits with another man; and they, with a bullock &nbsp; driver, were ransacking the house, and taking away the property. This, with the circumstance of Dunkly being ...
AMERICAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 28 September 1842
AMERICAN NEWS. WE were favoured yesterday with several New York papers, of the 17th and 22nd May, being one month later than the news received from Americn, via London ; but, from not having the intermediate papers, we are unable to correct our analysis with the news previously received. The most important event was a sort of revolution which liad occurred in the state of Rhode Island. So far as we can gather from the detached accounts before us, the government of Rhode Island has not been altered since the revolution of 1776, but is carried on under the Royal Charter, which was granted when it was a British colony ; latterly there have been several attempts to alter the constitution, which failed, and the consequence was, that a convention of the disaffected elected their own repre- sentatives, and formed a regular govern. jnont, a Mr. DORR, being appointed gover *&'. ki [nor; they then demanded possession of the arsenals and public buildings, which the duly constituted aut...
IMMIGRATION.—1842. MINUTES OF EVIDENCE TAKEN BEFORE THE IMMIGRATION COMMITTEE.—[Continued.] WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1842. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 28 September 1842
. IMMIORATION.^1842. - | MINUTES OF EVIDENCE TAKEN BEFORE ' ' THE IMMIGRATION COMMITTEE-[Continued.'] ,. WEDNESDAY, JUNE.8, 1842. WILLIAM AUGUSTUS MILES, Esq., J.P., I Superintendent of Police, called in mid examined : 1. You are a Member of the Immigration Board ? I am. 2. How long have you been so ? Since September last. 3. In your capacity of Superintendent of Police, have you become acquainted with the general condition of the working classes, in the Town of Sydney? During the short time I have been in the colony, ? I have endeavoured as much as my duties would allow me, to obtain a knowledge of the working classes. 4. Will you have the goodness to nfford the Committee such information as you possess as to the existing demand for la- bour, in the Town? At present the demand for labour is not so brisk as it has been, owing, not so much to the imported masses of people as to the resent mone- tary depression. By a Return of wages from 1830 to the present period, which, together wit...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 28 September 1842
W] SPECIAL NOTICE. fíJr,Hlí Subscribers to this Paper, P?f- and the Public generally, are jjespcctfully informed, that in future !« «tíie following Rules will be strictly UlÉitíhered to : s~'\l In Sydney.-No new Subscribers .will be iecei\ ed without one quai ter . 'Iteing paid in advance, for which ten Mer cent- will be allowed ; the sub ¡",'ígfcription in advance being 13s. 6d. ¿der quarter. J^'il In the Country.-No new Sub l^icribers will be received without W^talf-a-year being paid m advance, 'jbfor wliich ten per cent, will be al- lowed ; the subscription in advance ¡kteing £1 Us. 6d. per half year; and ¡¡itfie Proprietors must be furnished mS¡"''^0' time with a wi itten under ^SeD'eiru^ *'iat a^ future payments, ^Both for subscription and cliarges of jRadvei tiseiiients, shall be made in »^Sydney, or by the hands of an Agent >*r* In all enses, ?whether in Town or i Country, the names of persons will le struck off the subscription list, when the an ears against them have ito...
ENGLISH [?]TRACTS. CAPTURE OF A SLAVE SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 28 September 1842
?Mt»»* MKTKAOTI. CAPTURE OF A SLAVE SHIP. THE following is an extract of a letter from a young gentleman belonging to Aryshire, surgeon on board her Majesty's ship Acorn: -"We sailed from Rio de Janeiro for St. Helena on the Cth of August, and arrived to-day, from whence we depait again on a six months' cruise. In a former letter I think I mentioned our capturing the noted brigan- tina Gabriel, with her cargo of slaves. I have it now in my power to apprise you of another capture which we made on the 17th of August last-viz., the Anna, with 600 slaves on board. I was ordered aboard the Anna to take a list of the number of the captives, and to classify them under the fol- lowing heads-viz., males, females, sick, and healthy. As soon as I set foot on her deck the tokens of the miserable condition of the poor creatures met my eye in every quarter. Filth of all descriptions was itrewed around the deck, and the »trench arisingtherefrom was almost overpowering. I have never en- countered a...
LAW INTELLIGENCY. SUPREME COURT.—IN EQUITY. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 28 September 1842
LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.-IN EQUITY. TUESDAY. BEFORE Sir JAMES DOWLING, Chief Justice. THOMAS ARMYTAGE SALMON, AND ANNE, HIS WIFE, AGAINST RICHARD JONES AND OTHERS. In this case the CHIEF JUSTICE pronounced judgment on the demurrer as follows : This was a bill of discovery for the assign- ment of dower,and for an account against &nbsp; the executors of the will of Robert Howe, de- ceased, and others. The bill was filed by Salmon and Anne, his wife, formerly widow of Robert Howe, and stated that Robert Howe, in his life time, and during coverture with Anne, was seized of divers freehold &nbsp; estates in this colony ; and during such coverture, on the 19th August, 1823, mort- gaged for a term of years, a parcel of land in Charlotte-place, Sydney, to Thomas Moore, which mortgage is now vested by assignment in J. T. Hughes, one of the defendants. On the 25th January, 1827, Robert Howe made his will, and by codicil thereto of 28th April, 1828, (neither instrument ...