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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 September 1842

? inunitnuon. Peninsular asd Orif.ntal Steam Navi- gation Company.-On Tuesday, the first ge- neral annuai mcet¡n{? of tWs company wa8 held at their offices, in St. Mary Axe The chair was taken by Sir G. H. de Larpent, art., who read the report of the directors, »appeared from this, that the profits of the pÄ1y,of"r",the nrst vear «mounted to «0,614 18s. 9d.,outof which £13,202 18s. 5d. '»re paid for insuring the ships and floating property of the company; and the last divi fT°Jr,lIOs- l'er,ce'it., leaving a surplus of ni? f0.,'-8s," ,on tlle 30th September, 1841. }~,i iV)a,ance> a dividend of 3J per cent. »r the hslf-ycar, ending the 30th September, .is recommended to be paid to the share nolders, which is at the rate of seven per cent. P|r annum, and after the payment of £9,376 Li,,: w^WS ^e vessels in repair, a walu would still remain of £15,357 14*. Gd. »»"... iT ,hod «"»»red the floating Woperty of the company nt £200,000. there were 6,092 shares of £50 paid .amounting to £30...

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EPIGRAM. Parodied from Pope. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 September 1842

EPIGRAM. I Pai odied from Pope. I Ask his opinion, and Sir George will tell, That settlers thrive,-the colony wags well ; Strike «frills pay, and ere the settiiig-suii, Settlers, and colonv. and self, arc'done. _^BR-iÊWs Tue Rfpaie Association -"Whit do you think the Lmpcror of Russia will say when he reads the leader in the Little Pedhnqton Observer of this morning, said the illustrions Ruiiitins to i fiicud when the editor of the Obiei ter had given the Emperor i talking to foi his tyrannic ii behaviour In the same spirit, we would isk, what the Queen will say, will sht. not tremble for the safety of Ireland, when she hears that a Branch Repeal Asso ctation has been formed m this colony, a fact which we learn from au advertisement, sun dry sons of Lnn s green isle, having resolved to make fools of themselves by imitating the antics of the great O Connell s tail Without enquiring into the results likely to accrue to Ii eland, horn a repeal of the union with Great ihitam , it is so ...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. THE BISHOP OF LONDON'S " SERMONS ON THE CHURCH." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 September 1842

, anoxias sxtbaoti. THE BISHOP OF LONDON'S " SER- MONS ON THE CHURCH." The Sermons on the Church, recently published by the Bishop of London, en- tirely concur in doctrine with that of Dr. Hawkins, which we noticed a few days since. Their object is, to rest the episco- pacy and church-order of the Anglican establishment on its right basis, apostolic precedent, without exalting them to the rank of essentials, in the absence of which salvation would be unattainable. His Lordship thus speaks : "And this naturally leads us to con- sider the question, whether the Episcopal form of Church government, being un- doubtedly apostolical in its origin, and universally prevailing for so many cen- turies; having possessed in short for fifteen hundred years that characteristic of truth, the being held of Divine authority always, everywhere, and by all men, is so obligatory upon Christians, that ' no con- gregation of believers, not being under this form of government, can be a true branch of Chris...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 September 1842

I uo.txhjxio iHiBLLiaa<roi. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TllUHSDAY. BbroRE the Chief Commissioner. In the estate of G. R. Nichols, n third meeting, tlw following claims were proved; Macdermott and Driscoll, £18« lils. 8d. ; Ouselev Condell, £140 10s.; AV. A. Dobson, £8 tis. fid. ; Hollingshed, Brothers, £313s. (id.; Charles Roberts, £5(J9 8s. Kid.; II. Broad, £43 17s. 8Jd. ; James Melville, £120 9s. 4d. ; T. Gore, and Co., £144 16s. 2d.; John Gaynor, £115 15s. ; W. Soole, £35 15s.; Thomas Peate, £4 17s.; Abraham Cohen, £40 14s. 10d.; Abraham Cohen, £70 14s. lOd. ; J. Roberts, £58 15s. lOd. In the estate of Joseph Pcttingell, a third meeting .- the following claims were proved: R. C. Gordon, £7 7s. Od ; A. Gravely, £2 Ï0». The trustee in this estate applied for a meeting to be called this day six weeks. In the mean time he would be able to collect all debts due to the estate, and to arrange matters so ils at that meeting to declare a dividend. Meeting otdered accordingly. In th...

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Wednesday, June 22, 1842. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 September 1842

' Wednesday, June 22, 1842. George M'Leay, Esq., of Brownlow Hill, ' called in and examined : 1. You nrc a good deal concerned in agriculture and in sheep farming ? I am. 2. Can you inform the Committee what may be the pre-cnt stale ol' those interests 1 With respect to sheep farming, nothing can be in a more depressed state ; as to agriculture, it too is declining every year, and will continue to do so, in my opinion, until some enactment is passed against the introduction of foreign grain. I have found it to my advantage to put the greater part of my arable land under lucerne-a permanent gi ass, and have thus been ena- bled to keep a dairy establishment on a large scale ; as I live at no great distance 'from Sydney, I find in this way I can get some return for the capital imestcd, whereas had the land remained under the plough a very considerable loss must have accrued. 3. AVhat observation would you make with respect to the profits on cattle gene- rally ? AVhcre there is no dairy...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. SYDNEY CORPORATION. To the Citizens of Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 September 1842

a 'i x v «*' .- ** r i omiotsTAB, ooaaaxveirBavoiT. " SYDNEY CORPORATION. To the Citizens of Si/rliu v. Fei.i.ow-Citi/.kns,-As the day of election uf councillors draws nigh, the several candi- dates will show more und more distinctly, the line of policy they mean to pursue; there are already two distinct parties in the field. The declined policy ol'the one, is to make the Corporation Act a nullity, and the oilier, to work the Act to the best of their ability, for the benefit of the public. The fust of these classes we will call the smashers, the other the working men. The smashers are akin to the English machine breakers, totally indif- ferent as to the extent of mischief they per- pétuité, so as they fancy they serve their own t'irn. But between the machine-breakers and the smashers, there is this material difference, the one are men reduced to desperation from starvation mid want of employment, which theyimagine has been cuused by the intro- duction of machinery. The other are men...

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ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE. BATHURST CIRCUIT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 September 1842

ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE     'BATHURST CIRCUIT COURT|       On Saint day afternoon, the 24th instant, a number of gentlemen met hjs Honor on his way lo the Township ano* escoitcd him thither,.and on the following ' day public services for the Couit were offered up hy the Rev. Mr. Woodward, who pi cached a sermon on the occasion, When à collection was made in aid of the funds''ol'the Societies for the Propagation of the Gospel and Promotion'of Christian Knowledge. ' ' ' ' 1 orENINO OFiTIIF. counT. ' ' ' The Coutt was opened before his Honor 'Mr. Justice Stephen, at ten o'clock on Mon- day, the 26th instant,.« lnrge'iiumber of'the gentlemen and respectable settleis in the dis- trict being in attendance to receive his Honor at the Coutt H ouse. The professional gentle- men in attendance were-the Solicitor-Gene- ral ; Mr. Cheek ; Mr. Moore Dillon,Criminal Crown Solicitor; nil from Sydney. Messis. Gilbert AViight, Willoughby Dow...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 September 1842

SPECIAL NOTICE. THE Subscribers to this Paper, and the Public generally, are respectfully informed, that in ful ure the following Rules will be strictly adhered to : In Sydney.-No new Subscribers will be received without one (¡Harter being paid in advance, for which ten per cent, will be allowed ; the sub icription in advance being 13s. Gd. per qunrter. In the Country.-No new Sub- scribers will be received without hnlf-a-ycar being paid in advance, for which ten per cent, will be al- lowed; tin-,subscription in advance being £\ f/s?1©'!.. per half year; and llw «Proprietor* rtfo,"T^jfurnished St the" finie with' a' written under- taking that all future payments, both for subscription and charges of advertisements, shall be made in Sydney, or by the hands of an Agent In all cases, whether in Town or Country, the names of persons will be struck oft" the subscription list, when the arrears against them have Hood over twelve months, and pro- ceedings for recovering th« amount | due will...

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CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 September 1842

CLEARANCES. For Valpnraisii, the barque Jane Christie, Captain Wemyss, in ballast. For Guam, the barque Westbrook, Captain T/mnington, in ballast. I'assengers-Mrs. Linviingioii and bon. For: Hobart Town, the schooner Oratava, Captain Ellis, with u general caigo. Pas benger-Mr. Dugard. The " Candaiiaii."-This vessel will sail or Bombay on Tuesday next, and as there is every probability of her urtiviug there before Uecembcr, an opportunity will be afforded of »Hiding letters home by the overland Indian ?mail, which will arrive in England the begin- ning of January. Persons wishing to make a quick passage home would also be enabled to'effect it via Bombay, in little more than three 'months. j» The Tica ling on board tcrf'Qihs of sperm oil. ' She saw a brig on the 10th instant off the Novth Cape of New Zealand, supposed to. ho the Nimrod, bruce 29th ultimo, with cattle, and another brit; on the 13th instant, in Int. 31.° S., long. 170" E, supposed to be the Julia, Milne, henee :¡rd inst...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 September 1842

-Jl-I JLLAJ_ ros CL&EENoa Rivar. THE RESOLUTION, 50 toBs, will sail fur the above en Monday, the 3rd October, with passengers only. The Rn'HSR, 60 tons, on Sunday, the 9th October. For freight or passage apply to JAMBS COOK. Union Wharf, Sydney, September 39. WANTED, Twelve Shepherd* and* Uutkerpers to proceed in the RcsoMim, to sail on Monday, apply at the Wharf. 4554 roa etunnci xxver. HE fine fast sailing schooner PATERSON, 50 tons, will commence loading _ on Saturday, October 1, end will meet with quick despatch. Freight 25s. per ton ; passage at equally low rates. Apply to E, M. Storey, Union Wharf, or to 4512 WILLIAM HENRY SAWYER. TO* HOBART VOW1T, THE fine hut-sailing first class Brigantine 'fig? T A L B N T , Captain Fianie, 131 tons register, has the principal part of her cargo engaged, and will meet with every despatch. For Freiirbt or Passage apply to the Captain, on hoard, Mr. Charles Perry, at Fhom's Wharf ; or, to R\MS.tY, YOUNG, & CO.. Agent». Huntir.i...

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The Sydney Morning Herald. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 80, 1842. 'Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." STEAM NAVIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 September 1842

eilt ibvüncj) íHormna ftrralfcr. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 80, 1842. -H ' Sioorn to no Master, of no Sect am I." STEAM NAVIGATION. The advantages which would accrue to this and the neighbouring colonies, were a regular system of inter-colonial steam' navigation estahlished, are so obvious, that we need hardly repeat them. We are, therefore, much gratified to see that Mr. Boyd has determined that the Seahorse shall make alternate trips to Port Phillip and Launceston, and Hobart Town, and we trust that persons having any means of assisting, will endeavour by full freights and large numbers of passengers to make the Seahorse so profitable that the other fine steam boats belonging to the same proprietors may shortly be laid on between Sydney and some of the adjacent ports. Next to speed, rcgularity is the great ad- vantage of steamers over sailing vessels, and we believe that Mr. Boyd is deter- mined that the Seahorse shall start re- gularly on the days advertised, leaving Sydney, on the 1st an...

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TEA AND COFFEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 1 October 1842

I __^_^ I 'I TEA AND COFFEE. , . Hysonakin Per chest. 6 15 0 Gunpowder Pet'box. Note. Bohea .... Per chest . Nose. Congou... Per chest '.. IO IO I 1 Souchong. Per box..' ' Nose. I Pekoe .'. ' ' Coffee .... Manila, per lb.'... 0 0 8 . Java. 0 0 Hi

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FRUITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 1 October 1842

FRUIT8. Currant«.. Zante, per lb. Note Raisins ... Muscatel. 0 010 I Smyrna. No« Cape. Note, Cape Dried Fruit,assorted........ 0 0 4 Prunes. * IO Figs . O 0 J Almonds..Jordan. 8 ! 0 Shells. t 1 I I

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SUGARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 1 October 1842

: 8UGAR8. i iS English... Refined,'per lb. .:.... O'0 G Mauritius, First quality, per toa ..''J' Note, Second quality. None. ' Manila.... First quality.'26 00 Second quality.'ti 0 0 Bourbon .. First quality.30 0 0 Second quality.26 '0 0 ' Java.!24,10 0 ' Siam.33 0 0 i '

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BEER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 1 October 1842

BEER. ' J Porter .... Taylor's, per hbd. 660 t Barclay's. Sie 1 Other Brewers'. 5 S(6 Ale.Byass'*. «Note. Allsop'*..... Note, Elliott's.m Nott, 1 lnd and Smith's. <b»o Taylor's.U. Now I Bass'.'.. '7; I) 0 Dunbar'sliettled,perdor,,(DOnlnil) , Other Brewers'. 0 J J , Scotch. ii»(

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WINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 1 October 1842

WINES 1 Sherry....Inwood,perbhd.fi2to 20 0 0 Bottled, per doz. 20i. to 1 10 0 Port.lnwood.perhhd.£22to 55 0 0 Bottled, per doz, 22i. to lil 0 Ciaret .... In wood, per hhd. (nominil) Bottled, per doz.10s. to I 0 0 ' Madeira.:. (nominal) ' Teneriffe .. In wood, per pipe ditto ' Marsala ..Ditto . 29 0 0 r Lisbon....Ditto. ditto ' Cape .... Company's brand.12 0 0 ' Other brands.Nene. Champagne.. Per dozen. £2 lOi. to 5 0 0

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 1 October 1842

COASTERS OUTWARDS. September 29.-Henry, Iti, Johnson, for Like Macquarie, in buïlnat; Rose, steamer, 172, Futtison, for Morpeth, with sundries; Jitlen, IS, Thoms, for the Hawkesbury, in ballast; Sophia Jane, steamer, 150, Wiseman, for Wollongong, with sundries; Maru Ann, ¿2, Williams, for Port Macquarie, with sun- dries; Dove, IS, Hart, for Brisbane Wntor, in ballast ; Bee, 12, Toole, for Kiamn, with sundries. September 30. George, 35, Damon, for ? Newcastle, in ballast, Wanderer, 116, Burns, fur Moreton Bay, with sundries ; William the Fourth, steamer, H6, Sullivan, for East Gosford, with sundries ; Cric/ert Player, l8, Eale->, for the Hawkesbury, in ballast ; Nor- thumberland, 47, Chandler, for Port Macquarie, tyith sundries.

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SPIRITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 1 October 1842

' SPIRITS. Rum ....is to 20 0.P., pwgan.. , . SÄ;:::::::::- ! ¡ Brandy...Cognac.3i.6d.to 0 »5 Spanish. a . : Hollands.. In wood (pale). n « 5 Tinged .....i.::;:;:, \ \\ »».4-galloncts. 1 j ! Ditto.;;; i.* J Whisky... Per gallon (dull). A I I, Arrack....Ditto.......... » * *' Cherry Brandy (pints) per doten '.'. 0 l8 J

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CLEARANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 1 October 1842

[ CLEARANCE. For Moreton Bay, the schooner War durer, Captain Bum, with sundries. Passengers: Mr. Beattie, Mr. Pendergrast, Mr; Eyles, î<ir. CoflVry, Mr. Blake, Mr. M'Cann, Miss Bodie. Misa Morgan, Mr. and Mvs. Mnfrgs, Mr., Mrs., and MiasM'Cain, Mr. and Mrs. Kelly and three children, Mr. Hine, Mr. and Mrs. Mallen, Mr. and Mrs. Nixon, Miss Maf- ien and three children, Messrs. Brown, Hnrly, Ray, and Fletcher. The Ptscatar lins on bonrd, 25 tons sugar, 80 tons rice, and 89 toyiuijr« of rice ; she »poke no vessels on the passage. Having carried away her jib-boom, she was obliged to replace it with lier main-topmast, which accounts for her being rather lung on the vhyage. The Waterlily has about 100 tons potutoes on board, besides other articles ; she reports the brig Emma, from Adelaide, entering- the Derwent as she left. The Dorset, brig, hence August 28, arrived fit Port Phillip on the 10th ultimo, and sniled ugain for Adelaide on the 14th. The Union, hrig, hence 2(¡th Augu...

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SYDNEY PRICE CURRENT. PROVISIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 1 October 1842

I I IlSYDNEY PRICE CURREv, t « M * o H T s. PROVISIONS. ' l.l.k n..r n "«"li u « Li, ?"« "eei. rer tierce "., , , Mess Pork Prime Irish, per bru"' il ° Hamburgh ... " 5,5 <> Mess Beef (nominal). .¿r 0 Hams ....Englilh,perib."''?". '" °, ° Westphalia .".' " J J ttcr.... Irish, per lb. .' \,\ Dutch. V'J ees.Cheshire, per lb!. v"* Glo'ster.Ï nS°M Pine. *. 2«* Dutch .... .".' -NOM ? Red 0 0 8 p¡ckied'::::::::.?,; C<"1.Newfoundland ...,";', N¿ .

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