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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 1 October 1842
BIRTHS. On the 30th September, at her residence, Goulburn-street East, Mrs. M. P. Blundell, of a daughter. Yesterday morning, at her residence, George-street, Mrs. John Stirling, of a daughter. Yesterday evening, at her residence, George-street, Mrs. William Walker, of a son.
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 1 October 1842
90MSNTX0 IHllUlUKCB, INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. MEETINOS TOR TO-DAY. - An adjourned meeting, in the estate of Duke and Curtis, at eleven o'clock ; in the estate of John Sullivan, at one o'clock for examination. In the estate of John Neilson, for the examination of the in- solvent, at ten o'clock. NEW INSOLVENTS.-Mathew Evcringham, of Portland, cabinet-maker; Mary Anne Street, and William Henry Beaumont, of George street, Sydney, jewellers ; Juhn Nott, of Liverpool Plains, superintendent; Mary Alise Gale, of the Liverpool Road, widow; Foord Baylis, of Bringelly, wheelwright.
PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 1 October 1842
PORT PHILLIP. MKLHOUKNE papers to the 17th Septem- ber carne to hand yesterday, from which we regret to leam that there is no tendency to improvement in commercial affairs. A meeting of the Presbytery of Port Phillip was held, when it was resoh ed to request the Synod to endeavour to have certain alterations maíe in the Act of Council regulating the temporalities of the Presbyterian Church. It WHS also re- solved-"That the Presbytery present a memorial to His Excellency the GOVERNOR, praying for an alteration of the present school regulations, especially foran increase of the allowance ntpresentgivento teachers. That the Committee on Education be in- structed to prepare this memorial, and that the Moderator be authorised to sign the same." A Mr. EDWARD CORR had addressed a letter to the GOVF.RNOII complaining of the conduct of Air. VERXUR, a Magistrate, for not acting impartially in n case in which Mr. LYON CAMPBELL was charged with seducing from the service of Mr. CURR a certain fe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 1 October 1842
SPECIAL NOTICE. THli Subscribers to this Paper, and the Public generally, are respectfully informed, that in future the following Rules will be strictly adhered to : In Sydney.-No new Subscribers will be received without one quarter king paid '» advance, "for which ten Tier cent, will be allowed ; the sub- scription in advance being 13s. 6d. per quarter. In the Country.—No new Sub- scribers will be received without hnlf-a-year being paid in advance, for which ten per cent, will be al- lowed; the subscription in advance kins £1 Hb." Öd. per half year ; and the Proprietors must be furnished at the time with a written under- filling that all future payments, kth for subscription and charges of I advertisements, shall be made in Sydney, or by the hands of an Agent In all enses, whether in Town ori Country, the names of persons will be struck off the subscription list, ! when the arrears against them have stood over twelve months, and pro- ceedings for recovering the amount due will be i...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 1 October 1842
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. &nbsp; &nbsp; ARRIVALS. From Port Phillip, yesterday, having left 17th &nbsp; &nbsp; ultimo, the barque Duke of Richmond, 470 tons Captain Clarke, with part of original cargo. &nbsp; Passengers - Mrs. Hart, child, and servant, Captain Roach, Mr Laing, Mr. I.arnach, and Mr. Landsborough; steerage, Mr. and Mrs. &nbsp; Livingstone and child, Mr. and Mrs. Mac- donald and child, Mr. and Mrs. Beaumont, Messrs. Disher, Wood, Anderson, Gregor, Armstrong, Martin, Welch, and Wood. &nbsp; From Batavia, same day, having left the 4th August, the schooner Piscator, 111 tons, &nbsp; Captain Walker, with sugar, rice, and coffee. &nbsp; From Hobart Town, same day, having left the 22nd ultimo, the schooner Waterlily, 149 tons, Captain Brown, with potatoes, wheat, &nbsp; &c. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Hurst, Mr. Blackett, Mr. Scott, and two in the steerage. &nbsp; &nbsp;
THE CITIZEN LISTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 1 October 1842
THE CITIZEN LISTS. THE Aldermen and Assessors of the different Warda will hold courts for the revision of the citizen lists, at the places and days mentioned below, viz. : Gires WARU.-At the New School Room, Harrington-street, 011 Monday, October 3, at twelve o'clock. ' BRISBANE WARD. - At the Police-office, George-street, on Tuesday, October 4, at twelve o'clock. MACQUARIH WARU.-At the Royal Hotel, George-street, on Wednesday, October 5, at twelve o'clock. BOURKE'S WARD.-At the Town Surveyor's Office, Macquurie-street, ou Thursday, Oc- tober (¡, at twelve o'clock. PHILLIP'S WARD.-At the Office of the Clerk of the Corn Market, Campbell-sti cet, on Saturday, October 8, at twelve o'clock. COOK'S WARD.-At the New Court House, Woolloomooloo, on Monday, October 10, at twelve o'clock. Girrs WABD.-YeRterday, a public meeting of the citizens of this ward was held inthe Roman Catholic School-room, corner of Kent and Fort streets, to receive the report of the Committee appointed at a prelimin...
NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR. (From our various Correspondents. PATRICK'S PLAINS TEMPERANCE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 1 October 1842
«BU/* rUOM TUB INTBBIOX. i (From our various Correspondents. PATRICK'S PLAINS TEMPERANCE rA MEETING. UrnvtsDAY the 2lst September, being fixed (nconiineiiiornle the aiiimcrsur) of the esta hUimciit of tht P duck s Plains lempeiance SUCIPU. o» tnttl «¡vening upwards of two hundred persons assembled between seven and eight o clock, m the Court House u-ienus Scot! EMI .being tailed to the chair, "inotniLul the object of the iiiccting, and referred to the cliairmon of the Connnittce for further explanation Mr Hisnv BAILEV, Chairman of the Com- mittee then read the Repoit, which he ex- plained had been prepared by him in tmise S"cncc of the present sceretnrj Mr 1 W jUinsnn having been only rtccntl) ip minted to that ofiite The Report being adopted, Mr Bailey addicssed the meeting in reference to its details He deplored the ",ntof suppoit from the gentry during the ],,( year but congratulated the inhabitants of Patrick s Plains on the favourable auspices which now presented themselves m s...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [ADVERTISEMENT.] Copy of a letter from the Rev. J. Edmonston to the Bishop of Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 October 1842
oa-omAX, coBaaaroaTBaaoa. ' [ADVERTISEMENT.] Copy of a teilt!? ft nm the ¡lev. J. Edmonston i to the Bishop t of Australia. Mi L-ofír/,-Uly attention was directed yes ícKiity/ to a letter from the pen of Dr. Lang, which appeared In The Colonial Observer of Saturday last. Concerning the general object of tile letter, I. lirtvi. nothing to say: bul only regret that the wT'ltft »lloiihl consume his time and pros- titute his tait::!"- by doing lm utmost to stir up bad feeling thruu^]! tile lamentable me- dium of ipis-statements. rliofe IS) f-cwever, in that letter a para ?;raph in which tile flWtbor professes tosíate iicts, in connexion with my Hame, and in a manner which may be injurious to the Church üfliüfllnml : while it i&lt; certainly calculated to leave oil tile mind of the reader a false im iirëssioii ftspeeilng tho sentiments which I ííife'Hfüh, rtt a clergyman uf that Church. It h with reftferic*' to this (..?»ragraph that I have deemed it mj' &lt;Wtf io the Ch...
COASTERS DEPARTED FROM PORT JACKSON DURING THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER, 1842. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 October 1842
COASTERS DEPARTED FROM PORT JACKSON DURING THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER, 1842. Sailing Por te/iai Place. Fetich. Steamer*. Tons. Brisbane Water ...... 37 .... 591 Broken Bay. 1 .... l8 Broulee. 2 .... 47 Botany Bay . 2 .... 84 Clarence River. 5 .... 233 Comer Inlet. O O 0 EastGosford. O 4 224 Hawkesbury River.... 22 .... 303 Jervis Bay. 2 I 192 Kiama . 2 .... 42 Kempsey .:... O- 0 0 Lake Macquarie. 8 .... 290 Manning River . 4 .... 200 Morongo . 0 0 0 Moreton Bay . 3 1 - 450 Morpeth . 3 26 3998 M'Leay River. 9 .... 312 Newcastle. 23 .... 1519 P ort Aiken . 9 .... 160 Fort Albert ... 1 .... 32 Port Macquarie . 6 3 551 Port Phillip. 2 .... - 160 Portstephens. 1 .... 49 Paterson Hirer. 5 .... 162 Pitt Water, . O 0 0 Shoalhaven. 2 .... 44 Twofold Bay. 0 0 0 Ulladulla. 1 .... 12 William's Rive» ,. 3 .... 87 Wollongong t>......., 6 ' 8 1895 158 48 11,105
LAW INTELLIGE[?]. SUPREME COURT.—EQUITY SIDE. FRIDAY. THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL V. GEORGE WILLIAM EVANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 October 1842
j MV ' ijrTS¿x.ieziroa, ?.. SUPREME COURT.-EQUITY SIDE. - FRIDAY, TUB ATTOLNEY-GGNERAL V. QEORGB WILLIAM EVANS. His Honor the CHIEF JUSTICE, proceeded to pronounce his decision on the petition which had been presented by the defendant in this case, after the decree in the ease had been pronounced, aud notice of appeal lodged : 1 his was a petition presented on the 25th inst., on behalf of the defendant praying that he might be at liberty to file such supple- mental bill, in the nature of n bill of review, as he should be advised, on the ground that since the decree pronounced in the cause by this Courta on thc_ 22nd February last, im- portant evidence in his faveur, and material and relevant to the circumstances of the case had been discovered and come to his knowledge, and which evidence he had no means of ascertaining, mid could have no knowledge of, before such decree.was pro« nomiced. The petition was supported by the sole affidavit of the defendant, from which' it op» peared, t...
COASTERS ARRIVED IN PORT JACKSON DURING THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER, 1842. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 October 1842
COASTERS ARRIVED IN PORT JACK- SON DURING THE MONTH OF SEP. ' 'PEMBER, 1842. Sailing From what Place, Ttuelt. Steamer», Tone. Brisbane Water . SI .... 512 Broken Bay. 2 .... 36 Broulee. 2 .... 35 Botany Bay. 2 .... 34 Clarence River . ti .... 355 Corner Inlet. 0 0 0 East Cosford .'.. * .... _224 Hnwkebbiuy River.... 17 .... /w205 Jcrvin Buy.'.0^.. ,1 , ...... l8 Kinma ..'... ? 4 .... - 101 Kempsey ..'.... 0 > 0-, 0 Lake Macquarie. 5 .... 18S Manning River . ti .... 202 M orango . 1 .... 10 Moreton Bay . 2 1 403 Morpeth. 25 3717 M'Leay River. 8 .... 315 Newcastle. 25 .... 1720 Port Aiken .,..-.. 6 .... 9!) PortAlbert. 0 0.0 Port Macquarie. 4 3 464 PortPhillip. 2 .... 229 Port Stephens . 0 0 0 Paterson River... 4 .... 127 Pittwater . 0 0 0 Shoalhaven . 1 .... 32 Twofold Bay...,. I .... 32 Ulladulla . 1 .... 12 William's River. 4 1 254 Wollongong.... 8 8 133« 142 S7 10,699
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 October 1842
DEPARTURES. For Moreton Bay, on Saturday lost, the schooner ]Vani»rer, Captain Burns, with a »encrai cargo. Passengers-Mr. Beattie, Sir. Pendergrast, Mr. Eyles, Mr. Coffery, Mr. Blake, Mr. M'Cann, Miss Brodie; Mis* Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Magg«, Mr. Mrs. and Miss M'Cniu, Mr. and Mrs. Kelly, and three children, Mr. Hine, Miss Maffun, Mr. mid Mts. Mafien, and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Nixon, Messrs. "Brown, Haily, Ray, and Fletcher. For Hobart Town, yesterdny, the schooner Marian Walton, Captain Tiiilny, with a gcneralcargo. _ Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs, Mr. Strickland, and Mr. Deane.
SYDNEY GENERAL TRADE LIST. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1842. IMPORTS. Reports from the 24th ult. to the 1st instant inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 October 1842
?TDM» Y .IXUla TB&D8 »IST. SATO HD AT, OCTOBER 1, 1842. IMPORTS. Reports from the 2 it h till, to the ist instant in- clusive. Sr.i>TF.Miir.R2l.-EARL DURHAM, barque, 462 tons, Tindall, master, relumed to port to undergo, repairs; 4 eases books, 3 quarter casks wine, 4 bales cloth. , September 21.-WAVE, schooner, 65 tons, Fox, master, from New Zealand, It. Dacre, agent ; 1 case papers. Campbell mid Co. September 24.-SUPPLY, brig, 123 tous, Brown, master, from Port Nelson, New Zea- land ; , 8 casks arrack, 1 cask rum, Aber- crombie and Co. September 2«.-SIR JOHN BYNG, brig, 159 lons, Keen, master, from Hobart Town, Boyd and Co., ?'.gents; 10J bags potatoes, li. Porter ; 77 bags potatoes, J. Macnamara ; 2ö,000 feet timber, J. Dalgaruo ; 8S bags po- tatoes, 1 ease, Order. September 20. - BRIGHT PLANET, barque, ISti tons, Morrison, master, from Wellington and Capiti, New Zealand, J.Jones, agent; 102 tuns mack oil; 3 tons whalebone, 10 cwt. fl.igs, J. Jones. September 27.-TAMAR...
A[?] INTELLIGE[?]. BATHURST CIRCUIT COURT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 October 1842
I ÄB »Ils Intelligence BATHURST CIRCUIT COURT. TUESDAY, September 27 BEFORE Mr Justice Stephen CHARGE OF MURDER. William Falvey, who had been arraigned on the preceding day, was placed at the Bar to take his trial for the murder of John Holmes, At Cox's River. When the following Jury was empannelled :-Alexander B. Carter, Esq., Foreman ; with Messrs. John Foster, Michael D'Arcy, Nathaniel Connolly, Wil- liam Mackie, Kenneth Miller,. John Balfour, Archibald Campbell; Richard Glasson; Thomas Mockett, John Glasson and James Howe, Jurors., The circumstances of the case as they came out in evidence were as follows :-On the 17th of July last, the prisoner and deceased, both assigned servants to Mr. Watts of at the flats, had a quarrell about a cake, which &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; the prisoner had put in the fire, when the deceased, through whose neglect it had been been burned, en...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 October 1842
I ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. We insert for the information of tht ' Publie an Abstract of all the Public Sales tciick THIS DAY. Foss AND LLOYD.-At their Rooms, st II o'clock, Clothing, Crape Scarfs, Silk Hnnd* kerchiefs, Bonnets, Prints, Muslins, Tab!» ' Cloths, Shiits, Thread, Cotton, Twlit, ( anvass, &c. MOORE AND HEYDON.-At their Rooms, at li o'clock, Household Furniture, Groceries, &c. MYF.HS AND MOSI:S.-At their Rooms, at 11 o'clock, Household Furniture, &c. MR. S. LYONS.-On the premises, (lately oc- . cupicd by Messrs. S. Peek anil Co.) George street, at II o'clock, Stock-in-trade of Gro- ceries, Wines, Air, Porter, &c. : at hil Mait, at li o'clock, Wheat, Malt, Flour, Patent Felt, Copper, Nails, Manila Ropt, Spirit Fountains, Beer Engine, &c. Mu. STUBBS.-At his Mart, at 12 o'clock, Building Allotments in the Chippendale Estate, &c. MR. PCUCK- At the Royal Hotel, at 12 o'clock, a portion of the Glebe Land, near Sydney, in allo...
N[?] RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 October 1842
NAMOI RIVER. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; THE following extract from a letter, dated &nbsp; September 7th, from Mr. B. Doyle to his &nbsp; father, shows the pitiable state which the licensed graziers in the Namoi district are in, in consequence of the outrages of the blacks. "Now that there is a little feed for the cattle, the blacks are killing them on all the back runs. " The persons are suffering much &nbsp; from them about here ! Sir John, at Ban Be. Mr. Gale came on them at the mountains, and they had one cow dead and two more tongues in their bags ; they all ran away, and he burnt their accoutrements. Messrs. Bowman, Bettington, Brown, R. Wiseman, H Eckford, and all other persons on the Mial Creek, Waterloo, Galalathereal Creeks, Mr. Went- worth and some few stragglers of ours amongst &nbsp; them. The stockmen of the said gentleman left here this morning; they are gathering cattle which were driven by the blacks fr...
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 October 1842
I _ SPIRITS ANÍ7 TQ3ACC0._ Stock on hand, 21-th Ultimo,-B. P. rom, 151-,701- gallons; brandy, 224,4!)G gallons; gill, 58,09$ gallons; other spirits', 08,126 gal' lons ; fig and Cavendish tobacco, 022,472 pounds; Brazil ditto, 61,821 pounds; leaf ditto, 41,18!) pounds; cigars, 83,537 pounds, snuff', 12,57.) pounds. Keeelvcd during the week.-Ni!. Delivered for home consumption.-B, P, rum, 1,024 gallons; brandy, 1,32!) gallons) gin, 427 gallons; other Epífita, 70 gallons; fig and Cavendish tobacco, ö,39o pounds: Brazil ditto, nil; leaf ditto, nil; cigar;/ 91» pounds ; snuff', nil. Delivered for exportation.-B. P. runt, Hw gallons; brandy, 2(8 gallons ; gin, 109 gallons; other spirits, Pt gallons; fig and Cnvcndiill tobacco, nil; Brazil ditto, nil; leaf ditto, 7,500 pounds ; cigars, 447 pounds ; simtf, nil. Stock on hand, 1st instant.-B. P. nun, J..M,fi77 gallons ; brand}', 222,91!)gallons: gin, 5S,lo0 salions; other spirits, 68,253gallons; fig ana Cavendish tobacco, 016,077 pounds; Bra...
To the Editor of the Port Phillip Patriot. Barque Jean, Hobson's Bay, September 24th. 1842. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 October 1842
: To the Editor of the Port Phillh Patriot. Barque Jean, Hobson's Bay, Sentember 2 iib. 1842 CFDnAR Fin,-I have to request you wil publish for general information the following shipwrecks, viz : The brig Terra Nova, Captain Thomas Mossman, from Sydney, bound to Manila, wrecked in the straits ot Alias, on the night of the 3rd July. 1842; the Captain and crew Bavcd in the long-boat, and arrived at Soura baya four days afterwards. Tho barque Richard ffcbh, from Sydney, bound to Batavia, wrecked in the Bonda Sea ; Captain and crew carne on to Batavia in the long-boat. The barque Martha Ridgway, wrecked on the outer barrier of Torres Straits, in July ; the Captain and crew left the vessel in the long-boat and cutter, and were many days on the different islands in the straits, but were ultimately all picked up by différent vessels passing tnvough the straits ; she was from New ¡¿calatta, bound to Bombay. The Spanish brig Nueva Bilbaíno reports the loss of the barque Two Sisters, from Sydn...