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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCY. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAT, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 28 September 1842
I BONHMTXO nrrautatiró». i INSOLVENCY "PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAT, BcroaE the CiiiEr COMMISSIONER. PROOF OF CLAIMS. In the estate of John Burt, a third meeting ; the following claims were proved: W. W. Simpson, £45 10s. lOd. ; James Cook,'£18. In the estate of John Ginger, a first meet- ing ; the following claims were proved ; J. G. Maelzcr, £22 17s.; Thomas Nalder, £22 6s. : II. Francis, £32 2s. 6d. In the estate of John Butler Hewson, a third meeting; the following claim was proved: Deloitte nndCo., £24* 13s. Id. In the estate of William Clarke, an ad journed meeting: the following claims were pioved: Hugh Taylor, £148 17s. Id. W. Peisley, £H 18a. ; W. Monks, £20 2s. lid.; R. Mortimer, £301 15s. Id. This insolvent was examined relative to a bill of sale. William Clarke, sworn and examined by Mr. WINDEYER, on behalf of Mr. Hugh Taylor :-1 do not know exactly wileri 1 be cnine insolvent ; when Mr. Taylor first begnn to trouble mc I saw I could not go on ; 1 might have been going back some...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 28 September 1842
** ».*» Mteqatrte. «mütaar M ^^ ITowea.tle, Báí\TH* "5AM PACKET «Äflk^WUliani Parson«, matter, win ??**£? EV?NINO, the t9th Luttât, «.PffcK fT* HE Powerful Iron Steam Boats "OBttv * Ä0SÄ> TURTLE, , tlXJmjËL»- SHAMROCK, , «BBBnr continue to leave the Hinter River Steam Navigation Company's Wharf, for Morpeth at the following rates, ***?.$ Steerage 7s. 6d. Freight 10s. per too. Grain 2d. per bushel. FRANCIS CLARKE, September 27. Manager. _4421 ros roxT srroaoLaow OXBBCT. WABBANTED PIBST VESSEL. irr- rriHE BARQUE AM WELL, ?jAfifrf^- A L C. Hesse, master. For &lt;ff'jP'r\y freight or passage apply on board, TffjgtiTi'T the Circular Wharf, to William Tucker and Co., or to J. B. METCALFE. September 20. 4373 FOX BOMBAT SZBBOC. Yo salt OB «linday, the and of Ootober, witta a detachment of B, Bl. a«tn mas;«. AyrCif rp HE FINE Al SHIP i*&lt;H»JgS. A CANDAHAR, m/S&jfijP 642 tons per register, John P. «JtjSSCvy^g" Ridl»y, commander. This ves- sel has still two Cabins ...
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, [?] PASTURAGE LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 28 September 1842
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER, l8 .1842 PASTURAGE LICENSES. COLONIAL Secretary's Office, Sydney. 26th September, 1842. List of Persons who are obtained Licenses to Depasture Stock beyond the limits of location of the Western Port and. Portland Bay Districts, between the lst and 3lst July. 1842, inclusive, upon payment of the established fee, viz. :- WESTERN PORT. , Armstrong and Bell, Atkins John, Arthur Fortescue, Anderson fames, Allan William Henry, Burns Charles, Brooks J. and T., Broden and Kerr, Berry J. and W., and Co,, Berth David A., Brown, Sylvester John, Bin- ney JohnW.,Briarty Robert, Baynton Thom«!, Birch A, and C, Brock John, Cannon John, Cole William, Cass Joseph, Cain Owen, Chapman Thomas, Craven Noel, Cannon Peter, Cook John, Cavenagh William, Chit terton Goliath, Chatterton Goliath, Clow the Rev. James, Cadden Simon, Cay and Km. Catto John, Clowes and Joyce, Coghill ' William, Coghill David and George, Cotton Edward, Cunningham Archibald, Doyle, William, Dobson James, Evans Ge...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 September 1842
MARRIED. &nbsp; By special license, on the 27th instant, at St. James's Church, by the Rev. Mr. Allwood, Mr. Henry Miles Pilley, to Jane, second daughter of Joseph Bevan, Esq., Glinbevan, Ireland, and niece to Major H. Bevan, late ?7th regiment, E.I.C. Madras Native Infantry.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 September 1842
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. ft intñt for Ihe information of the Public m Abstract of all the Public Sales which lake Blare I THIS DAY. II. n _ .. »i. BiACKM«.-At the Residence of Mr* leek, Castlcrcagh-strcet, at 11 o'clock, Household Furniture. «.SAMUEL LYONS.-On the Premises lately oMupied by Samuel Peek and Co., at 11 o clock, Stock in Trade. t Po"CK--At his Mart, at 11 o'clock, lea, Wine, Cider, Cigars, Watches, Jewel .Isry, Pianoforte, and Furniture. -A STiiB»s.-At Thorn's Wharf at li »clock, Granite Stones. '»»ASD AWD WATSON.-At their Rooms, at naif-past six o'clock, p.m., Chineso Goods, .Books, and Crockery. 'W M»«SBAL OF TUE VlCE-AoMIRALTY Uuw.-At Thorn's Wharf, at 12 o'clock. 'ne barque Ana Gales.
COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 September 1842
- COASTERS OUTWARDS. September &lt;b¡ttee" SIPO, 123, Bentley, for Newcastle, in ballal,« Express, 24, Graham, for Brisbane Water, with sundries. Mait- land, steamer, 103, Parsons, for Fort Mac- quarie, with sundries. Bard's Legacy, 33, Benton, for Wollongong, with sundries.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 September 1842
SALES BY AUCTION. To Mettler«,'Sealers, and storekeepers. -lOO ehest« Bysonskio Tea, por Brotbors. ' MR, STUBBS is instructed to »eil by public auction, on SATURDAY next, the 1st day of October, 1812, at the Mart, King-street, at eleven o'clock precuely, tot 1-Twenty cheats bysonskin tea Lot 2-Twenty ditto Lot 3-Twenty ditto Lot 4-Twenty ditto Lot 5-Twenty ditto (Or less lots, to suit purchasers) Terms-Three and four months' credit. 42S8_ POSITIVE SALE. Xana, Brood Mares, Bones and Cattle. BY ORDER or THE PROPRIETOR'S AOENT. MR. STUBBS bat just received directions to put up, by Public Auction, on TUES- DAY next, the 4th day of October, 1842, at the Mart, King-street j sale at twelve, The following Stock, as per description given ; (7) 8even Mar» in Foal (9) Other Horse!, two and three year« old ALSO, (300) Three hundred head of Cattle, good and quite of a superior breed, (more or less, from casualty); ? , TOGETHER WITH (60) Sixty acres of Land, situated at Bargo, two miles from Brou...
CLEARANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 September 1842
CLEARANCE. For the South Sea Islands, the brig Camden, Captain Morgan, with sundries. Passengers Rev. A. Buzacott, Mrs. Buzacott, and two children, Mr. Cairo, and three natives of ' Raratonga. The Packet reports, that both tile Fair Barbadian and Piscator left Batavia before her, for this port; the former ten days, and the latter seven. The Jean was taking in cargo there for Sydney, to leave about the 23vd August. The only vessel spoken by the Packet on her passage was the Bolivar, t'rom Newcastle (England), with a cargo ol' coals, bound to Singapore. The steamer Maitland, lias brought from Port Macquarie 3000 feet cedar, !)0 barrels of stone lime, &c. There were no vessels lying a* Port Macquarie when she left. The Australasian Packet is on the Patent Slip, undergoing repair. MANIFEST PER " PACKET."-216 tons sugar, 100 tons rice, and l8 tons coffee. MANIFEST TER "LARK."-6 cases shoes, 601 oars, 10 dozen pnils, 8 bureaus, 25,000 laths, 10 boxes salt, 23 barrels dried apple.»...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. MECHANICS' SCHOOL OF ARTS. MR. RAE'S FIRST LECTURE ON THE ENGLISH LANGUAUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 September 1842
SOIWUBTIO IITTaiX.IiICBlITOa. MECHANICS' SCHOOL OF ARTS. MR. RAE'S FIRST LECTURE ON THE ENGLISH LANGUAUE. ON Tuesday evening, Mr. Rae delivered his first Lecture on thcTinglish.Language, at this Institution, before anuirierousand respectable audience. After referring to the neglect of the study of the English language both in Scotch and English schools, while years were devoted to mastering the difficulties of Latin and Greek, heproceeded :-Notwithstanding the silly objections that were raised by some to devote any time to such an insignificant study as that of the English language, he hoped that he could'place sufficient reliance upon the intelligence of his audience to save him the necessity of proving that their native language-the language in which they must think, 'speak, and write, by which they hoped to please and persuade,-that told them of the loved ones, and all theywere thinking, saying, and doing, on the other side of the globe,-was well worth all the attention they coul...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. ROYAL COMMISSION OF FINE ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 September 1842
s. ...«-- ? ? -.: . . . _. I àBOJLIBH aXTBACIS. j ROYAL COMMISSION OF FINE ARTS. WHITEHALL, APRIL 25, 1842. - The Commissioners appointed by the Queen for the purpose of inquiring-first, whe- ther on the re-building of Her Majesty's Palace, at Westminster, wherein Her Par- liament is wont to assemble, advantage might not be taken of the opportunity thereby afforded of promoting and encou- raging the fine arts in the United King- dom, and secondly, in what manner an object of so much importance might be most effectually promoted-have resolved, that it would be expedient for the further- ing of the objects of their inquiry, that means should in the first place be taken to ascertain whether fresco-painting might be applied with advantage to the decora- tion of the Houses of Parliament. 2. Although some years must elapse before the walls of the new buildings can be in a fit state for paintings of any kind, yet, as fresco painting has not hitherto been much practised in this country, and...
THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1842. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 September 1842
THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1842. GEORGE COX,- of Winburn, Penrith, Esq., called in aud examined ; 1. Do you find the supply of labour more adequate to your wants at present than in former years? I do. 2, Have wages ia conséquence beca I'considerably reduced?'' ' Thay*' have bceu reduced, but not very considerably ; ' in' respect to rations, however,' we have been enabled, to do away with tea and sugar in most cases, which has much reduced our expeuscs. 3. Do you consider that at the present rate of wages, the growth of wool is remu- nerative to the settler ? Taking the growth of wool, and the sale of stock together, I think it hardly is j and therefore, the growth of wool alone, certainly will not pay the expenditure j but with the wool, and a ready remunerating market for stock, sheep farming would pay in most seasons. At present, I feel it impossible to pay my servants' wages. 4. What is the state of the market for surplus stock at the present time ? There is no demand at a remunerating p...
The S[?]dne[?] Morning [?]erald. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." EVIDENCE OF THE IMMIGRATION REPORT. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 September 1842
m\t Agîmes fttormng ftrrallr. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1842. " Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." EVIDENCE OF THE IMMIGRATION REPORT. [CONTINUED.] ALTHOUGH we are rcpublisbjng in our own columns the whole of the evidence appended to the Immigration Ruport, we shall yet be rendering some service to the colony by collecting from the scattered mnss the opinions entertnined by the seve- ral witnesses as to the extent, the causes* and the cure of the present distress ; and placing them in juxtaposition under their respective heads. "We begin with the fact, that the great ruling interest of the country is now in a btate of the deepest depression. I. DEPRESSION or THE PASTORAL INTEREST.- Mr. ICELY, an cxtenshc grazier and landed proprietor, holding up- wards of 40,000 acres of purchased land, was absent from the colony from the be- ginning of 1840 to the commencement of 18-12, and states that between the periods oi'his departureand return, there had taken place in the circumstances of th...
TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 1842. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 September 1842
I TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 1842. I Laurence V. Dalhunty, Esq.. recalled and ' further examined : 1. Have you ever known the price of grazing land mid of stock so cheap in the Colony as at this moment ? In the years 1828 and 1829, stock was as cheap or cheaper than it is now, owing to the de- pressed state of the Colony during that period. 2. Have you ever considered the possi- bility of reducing the money wages of shepherds, or labourers generally, by giving them an interest in your sheep or stock establishments, or by commuting sheep or stock for money wages ? I have in several instances paid part of wages in cattle, in- stead of money ; I have found that some of the Immigrants, particularly the Scotch, prefer this mode of remuneration. 3. Would not that system, where the sale of cattle is so restricted as at present, afford great relief to the settlers ? It i would be paying wages in property instead of money, and would so far be beneficial. 4. Would it not assist materially in re; movin...
DEPARTURES.—NONE. COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 September 1842
DEPARTU RES.-NON c. COASTERS INWARDS. September1 29.-Maitland, stearrer, 103, Parsons, from Po«L' ^""iiiarie, with sundries. Brothers, YA'; Wulkír,vfi»r\.thci"iíawkesbury, .with 10,000 shinty'iff, '-i-u«,- biw^'ch maize ; Henry, 16, from Ilj>,.&lt;! Macquarie, with coalü. Suvcrtign, steamer, 119, Cape, with sundries.
IMMIGRATION.—1842. MINUTES OF EVIDENCE TAKEN BEFORE THE IMMIGRATION COMMITTEE.—[Contin[?]ed.] FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1842. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 September 1842
IMMIORATION.^1848. | MINUTE* OF EVIDENCE TAKEN BEFORE THE' IMMIGRATION COMMITTEE.-[Continwd.] FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1842. LAWRENCE V. DALHUNTY, Esq., called iu and examined : 1. In what part of the colony are you * settled 1 lu the Wellington district. 2. As an owner of purchased land, or an occupier under a depasturing license ? As an occupier under a depasturing license. 3. Can' you state to the Committee what you suppose to be the extent of the land you occupy ? Icannot; my stations arc soi unconnected. 4. Can you say what may be the area of your head station ? About 6,000 acres. 5. What description of stock have you there ? ' Principally sheep, with some few head 'of cattle. o'. Whatnumber of sheep might 6,000 acres be considered generally adequate to keep ? That depends principally on the seasons, and the description of the lund ; the seasons latterly have been very bad, hut in ordinary seasons, I might keep with advantage from about l,800to 2,000 sheep. 7. With cattle besides? The ...
EXECUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 September 1842
EXECUTIONS. RETURN to an address of the ¡ion. the Home of Commons," dated 7th February, 1842, for a Return of the Total Number of Pertoni Executed (for all crimes) in London and Middlesex, during each of the follow)««, peiiods :-Three years ending December, 1821; three years ending December, 182»; three years ending December, 1827; tare» years ending December, 1830 ; three yean, ending December, 1833; three yeara ending December, 1836 ; and three years ending December, 183!) : together with the number of persons committed for murder in the same periods respectively, distinguishing those triennial periods, if any, in which no convictions for minder took place. Total number of persons executed (for all crimes) in London and Middlesex, during The three years «tiding December, 1821 ., % " " 1824.. 51 " " 1827.. 53 " " 1830.. 52 " "- 183J..12 " " 1836.. » " " 18&lt;9.. i Number of persons committed for murder during the same periods respectively, dis- tinguishing those triennial ...