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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. CHURCH BOOK SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 October 1842

»9MB9TIO urrauiauroa. CHrJPCH lídbR Sri.ÇlRTf. , Ös Wednesday evening, Mr. Hatch deiivercci ms.«ccoiid lecture on " England and the En 6llsi. *kXH, H"h °{,-*!?? UuioU.oUhe Houses ST loft m fc«nM*W> at Uti Jintfi'à Grammar School, Phillip-street, hi ¡ia2 iii his previous lecture laid before his audience the early life of Henry Tudor, and left bim Sfi,1t;1!îlîllvif rfiî>'lof, Bosworth, hailed by the multitude! Ml! tl!c Joiji« «SHlártintibri "íldllg live King Henry." In the character of me King, he would therefore now consider him, and he would first inquire upon «hat grounds he. bijsbd Ills preteli.slplts,: ,Hpoh thesü|-T-hls' marriage will» Llizabetii-his descent iron» the House of Lancaster,-and the right of conquest. As regarded the right of conquest, it would have been highly impolitic to have pressed that plea. It was not surprising, thal Htcnrty ht tlte.ptlmb Hf Ilia votlth; ciowned with the laurels ist Ills FoGr-rU V'tHry/ Mi about to espouse the heiress of the House of Y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 October 1842

SftAHOBBB. STEAM TO HOBART TOWX. THE SEA HORS B,ilt»a tbip, will sail from the Flour Company's Wharf, for Ilobirt _, Town, on WEDNESDAY next, the 3th October, at twelve o'clock precisely, £ i. Cabin fare. li 15 Steerage. 6 6 Further information obtained on application lo BOYD ai,d CO., Unwin'» Building», Custom Home. N B.-It is intended that the Seahorse .'«.J leave Sydney for Hobart Town on the 1st, «na for Port Phillip calling at George Tows, Vu Diemen'» Land, on the 16th «f each month. «li Tmt Jerra Bay, UliaaaU«, Brumlo end If aaffloteat laaucament of««, M a armag at. THE cutter S1AR will «JI for lbs above portion W»a f«^- neaday, the 5th iniUnt. Foi --ra^_-- freight cr patisge apply .. *. muter, on boord, or to M. STOREY, , . 4669_- Union Wharf, Suwei-itW«: VOS HOKHOV BAT. THE FINB SCHOONER JOHN ¡MB, ,^^^3=. load at Thom'. Wbtrf, and » continue at a regu'ar trader. Apply to ua captain, on board, or to 4358_ A.BJ5PAK. roa »oav »BIMI»' fTTHE fine fait-»ai!inf Ml 1 DAWSON, tMv»nw ...

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The Spdney Morning Herrald. MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." OUTRAGES BY THE BLACKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 October 1842

The Sydney Morning Herald.     MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1842. " Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." OUTRAGES BY THE BLACKS. Our paper of this day unfortunately con-   tains evidence, that in the two most widely   separated districts of the colony, Portland Bay and the Namoi, the native blacks have been, and still aroe, committing out- rages of the most distressing character. At Portland Bay, there is proof that the blacks kill the cattle out of mere wantonness, while Mr. DOYLE'S letter, which will be found in another column, shows that the blacks to the north-west- ward are actuated by the most destructive propensities. They do not kill cattle or sheep because they want meat, they have not even that excuse, poor as it would be, for after slaughtering a bullock, they sel- dom eat more than the tongue and the kidney fat, leaving the other portions of the carcass to be destroyed. When we con- sider the immense number of murders and &a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 October 1842

SPECIAL NOTICE. THE Subscribers tu this Paper, and the Public generally, arc respectfully informed, that in Ful ure die following Rules will be strictly adhered to : In Sydney.-No now Subscribers will be received without one quarter being paid in advance, for which ten percent. "\iill bo allowed ; the sub poription in advance being 13s. 6d. per quarter. In the Country.-No nc\v §ub: wibens will be received without ¡mlf-a'tjcur being paid ia advance, for winch ten per çc-nt. will be al- lowed 5 the fiiiuscription foi advance king £\ ils. 6d. per half year; and tin) Proprietors must be furnished bl the time with a written under liking that all future payments, both for subscription and charges of («dvertiscuieuts, 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 off the subscription list, when the arrears against, them have ttood over twelve months, and pro- ceedings for recovering the amount duo will be ...

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POR[?] DAY. OUTRAGES BY THE BLACKS. (From the Portland Bay Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 October 1842

PORTLAND BAY OUTRAGES BY THE BLACKS. (From the Portland Bay Mercury.) ON the 4th July, Mr. Ricketts's station, on the Glenelg, was visited by a tribe of natives who had for some time been very troublesome to the neighbouring settlers. They were under the direction of one of their number, named Bob, who had for- merly been domesticated at the station, and had received at Mr. Ricketts's hands innumerable acts of considerate kindness. Under the guidance of this base ingrate, the natives drove away a flock of sheep, and forcibly carried with them the shep- herd, a man named Freeman. As soon as intelligence of the outrage reached Portland, Mr. Blair dispatched a party of mounted police to capture the marauders, and liberate Freeman ; but, unfortunately, success did not await their exertions. A party of men, however, who had started from the station of Mr. Ricketts, shortly after the perpetration of the outrage, came upon the track of the sheep, and found the boots of Freeman, with the st...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 October 1842

MARRIED, By special licence, at St. Matthew's Church, Windsor, on Saturday last, the 1st instant, by the Rev. H. T. Stiles, John Panton, Esq., Sydney Glebe, to Isabella Frederica, third daughter of Samuel North, Esq., Police Ma- gistrate, Windsor.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 October 1842

To Building ssootaantca ana Working; Ken, ' SOME very superior Building Allotments to be »old on long credit, or in exchange for labour, or building materials.-Vor par- ticular», apply to Mr. John Fred. Hilly, Archi- tect and Surveyor, (at Norrie'«) King-street, Sydney. WOOi, THE undersigned h a va removed their Office and Stores to King-street, near the Com- mercial Wharf, and continue to purchase Wool on usual for cash, J. T. ARMITAGE & CO. Sydney, March 10. 3190 rpillî undersigned will purchase for Cash JL Wool, Oil, or other produce, or will make cash advances on the same, consigned to their correspondents In London, Messrs. Magn'mc Jardine, & Co. THACKER, MA80N, & CO., . 3100_Port street. A GENTLEMAN in the Upper Hunter Dis trict, is anxious to exchange a »mall Homestead, consisting of a very comfortable cottage of four room', kitchen, «tore rooms, &c, detached stable, barn, harness room, garden, and every convenience, with about forty ocrea of g...

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[?]WS FROM THE INTERIOR. (From our various Correspondents. BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 October 1842

NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR   (From our various Correspondents. BATHURST. A PRELIMINARY meeting to consider the Indian   Labour question, was held at Mrs. Black's Hotel, Bathurst, on Tuesday last, Major-Ge- neral Stewart, J. P., in the chair. Several of the most respectable and influential settlers in the Bathurst district, were present, and ¡t was resolved to form an association, to be called an Association for Promoting Immi gration to this Colony from India, in con-   nexion with the society formed in Sydney, and that as soon as fifty gentlemen should have signified their intention of joining the society, a meeting should be called to decide upon the measures to be adopted. Mr. Gilbert Wright was appointed secretary, and the fol- lowing gentlèmen a pro tempore committee : Major-General Stewart, Messrs. William Lee, George Rankin, James Walker, John Street, William Lawton, Thomas J. Haw- kins, D. Irving, Marcus M'Cartney, W. H. Suttor, Francis Lor...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 October 1842

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.   ARRIVALS. FROM Port Phillip and Launceston, yes- terday, having lett the former the 27th, And the latter 29th ultimo, the steamer Seahorse, 250 tons, Captain Tallan, with sundries. Passengers from Port Phillip-Captain Cole, Mr. and Mrs. Bolder, lion. Mr. Murray, Mrs. Horden, Count Streleski and servant, Messrs. Dobson, Forster, Rose, Marzetti, and Sullivan; and thirteen in the steerage.   From Norfolk Island, the same day, having left the 23rd ultimo, the barque Terror, 257 tons, Captain Megget, in ballast. Passen- gers-Rev. Mr. M'Encroe, and Rev. Mr. Hardinge.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 October 1842

ros t'AvwQEérrOf: rit» !>!MIIDIAT« DESPATCH. . mllE PACKET BRIG {M. 1 WILLIAM, Sfffc* Thom, commander. For freight ssg^-i or passage apply cn beard, at ïoîîvis'rf, Septcmbrr30. , 4C50 ' :.rr rp HE fine first Mass firig lfm. 1 SUPPLY, i Nraw 130 ton», hiving all her Cargo ^35» engr.ged, will positively «ail co 161b instant. Kor passage only, apply to din ¿wira, onboard, at Moore's Wharf; 19 AUGUSTUS GORE, Spring street ctobir ]_.____?"»; Ó&VQVa " IflDY KAPPMI.' INAt Notice is hereby givrn, that all Aecounts »nd Claims for the lite repair« refuting of, or in any way relating to, ',i,e revend, must be rendered for examination lit Undersigned, at hisolfire, O-.een's Whait", nty, on or b'fere Mondar afx^ th« 3rd of (ter, ct f°at o'clock, j. nu, t» in default !tof, uich ctnnot be allowed or provided FRANCIS MITCHELL, Agent [Cj, 30th September. 4 521 MACQUARIE WARI». OUI. WII.LI&M WY AT«, 1R,-We, the undersigned Elector* of the ibore Wird, believing yov l(J be ¡n aU *"*Î...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 October 1842

COUNTRY SALES. Mn. LiscoMnn.-At Bathurst, October 10, Hoi sos, und Furniture. Tiir.Snr.nirr.-On the premises, near Windsor, October 4, Farm Stock, and Household Furniture. ? I --M II II ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 October 1842

ABSTRACT OF SALF.S BY AUCTION. We insert, for the information of the Public an Abstract of all the Public Sale* which take vlace THIS DAY. MR. BRENNAND.- At the Stores of Aber crombienndCo., George-street, Rum, Wine, Porter, Hams, Almonds, Wax, Clocks, Bags, and Canvas. Ma. Simms.-At his Mart, at 12 o'clock, Lund at Bargo, Horses, and Cattle. Ma. SAMUEL LYONS.-At Moore's Wharf, nt 11 o'clock, Carriages, Ironmongery, Wines, Spirits, Groceries, Tobacco, Snuff, Gun- powder, &c. HOWARD AND WATSON.-At their Rooms, at hnlf-pnst 6, p. m., Books, Paper, Fans, Hats, Lemon Syrup, &c. MR. POLACK.-At his Mart, at 11 o'clock, Coffee, Sugar, Rice, Wine, Ten, Tobacco, Japanned Goods, Iron Pots, Mustard, Flour, Soap, &c.

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 October 1842

COASTERS OUTWARDS. October 3.-Dolphin, IG, Nicholson, for Port Aiken, in ballast ; Sophia Jane, steamer, 150, for Wollongong, with sundries ; Sove- reign, steamer, 119, Cape, for Morpeth, with sundries; Susan, 52, Boyle, for the Clarence, with sundries ; Trial, 30, Young, for Kiama, with sundries ; Lady of the Lake, 13, Perkins, for Brisbane Water, in ballast ; Charles Webb, 28, (Cox, for Brisbane Water and the M'Leay, with sundries ; Thistle, steamer, 127, Mulhall, for Morpeth, with sundries. MANIFEST TER " Low'ESTorr."-250 bags flour, 402 bags wheat, 300 bushels wheat, and 522 bags potatoes. MANIFEST TER "WILLIAMS."-584 casks molasses, 105 casks 575 bags sugar, being about 180 tons molasses, and 70 tons sugar. The Sarah brig had taken in a cargo of molasses and sugar, at the Mauritius, for Sydnoy ; she was to sail two days after the William, The schooner Alligator left about four hours before the William, with a similar cargo, for this port. The Richard Mount was taking in a cargo...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 October 1842

. ENGLISH NEW& ) THE JjppoHne, from London, June 1st, has arrived at ïïobart Town. A private letter received from Launceston confirms the report of an immense fire having taken place at Hamburgh. Upward of eighteen hundred houses were burnt down. It was estimated that the loss to the English In- surance Offices would be upwards of £1,000,000.

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WRECKS IN TORRES STRAITS. (Communicated by Captain Devlin.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 October 1842

WRECKS IN TORRES STRAITS. I ( Communicated by Captain Devlin.) \ THE Spanish brig Nuevo Belbaino, Captain Jose Alaejos, when passing tlnough loircs S ti aits, on her way from Sydney to bmgapoie, rescued si\ Lnglish sailors from one of Sir Charles Hardy s islands, who gave the fol- lowing account - They had belonged to the ship Martlia Jlidqtwai), of Liverpool, 650 tons, Captain Henry Webb, bound to Bombay, ftom New Zealand On the night of the 7th Julj, being near tho outer bau îei îeef of loi res Stiaits, the ship was laid to at ten o clock r M , and at half-past eleven, r M , she struck on a coial reef, the mi/en mast was immediately cut away, to lighten the ship abaft, m the hope that she would go ovei the reef, but finding that of no av ail, and after u»ing c\ cry e\ertion in vain, to get her off, and seeing it w as im possible to sav e her she was finally aban- doned ne\t day, at eleven o clock, A M , the -weather was moderate!} fine, and till hands embarked in the boats, the ca...

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ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1842. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 October 1842

t ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE, j TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4,1842. I Will he pciformed BEAUX and BELLES OR SINGLE LIFE. A variety of entertain- ments. .To conclude with OF AGE TO MORROW.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 October 1842

SALES BY AUCTION. To "Wine nxorcbants, rnblloam, Orooera, Sealers, and tho Trade in Oeneral. TO CI.03B CONSIGNMENTS. \m R. SAMUEL LYONS will Sell by Public LVli Auction, at Moore's Wharf, Darling Har- bour, THIS DAY, the 4th October, at Kleven o'clock precisely, the following choice Assort- ment of Merchandise, consisting of Fourteen cases printed cottons Two cases shawls, handkerchiefs, and dresses une case drills Six cases shoe thread Five bales blankets One case Manila hats Eight boxes sewing cotton Fifty-two quarter-barrels gunpowder Five hundred ban iron One caik horse shops Two bags horse shoe nails One hundred tad sixty-nine iron pots, from 40 to I j gallons Two mill stones Six pair cart wheels and nxtes Two CPSCS cart harness One portable flour mill One hundred and ninety casks whiting Three casks Roman cement Twenty osks flour sulphur Twenty four carboys turpentine One bale gunny bacs Forty-five boxei Manila cigars Thirty-floe cases liqueurs One tierce negrohead tobacco Thr...

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DIARY. Memoranda for This Say. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 October 1842

DIARY. i Memoranda for This Say. October. SUN, | man TIDE rises | sets. | morn. | even 4) TUESDAY | fl 49 | 6 11 | 7 42 | 88 New Moon, Oct. 4, 28 m. past 4, afternoon.

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The Sydney Morning Herald. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." THE MUNICIPAL ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 October 1842

©fit SüUttes ¿Morning fLjrraUr. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, IS 12. " Sicom to no Master, of no Sect am I." THE MUNICIPAL ACT. IN the Revision Court for Gipps "Ward, Mr. Alderman BROWNE and Assessors CHRISTIE nnd DELOITTE decided yester- day that the Australian Gas Company and the Australian Agricultural Company must be struck out of the lists, because, as the ALDERMAN said, the companies cannot vote. We think this decision is erroneous, as each of these Companies, the one by a Royal Charter, and the other by an Act of the Legislative Council, have an officer by whom they can act in every capacity that a firm or single individual can. It cannot be said that these Companies, having extensive and valuable premises in the ward, are to be exempted from the municipal rates : they will be taxed the same as any other establishment, in pro- portion to the value of the property oc- cupied by them : why then should they not have a vote in deciding who shall be the parties who are to fix the arr.ount o...

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 October 1842

COASTERS INWARDS. I October *5 -Jamei Wait, steamri, 142, Gi íf fin, from Morpeth, with sundries, Stat, 12, Ihompson, from Ulladulla, with 3,000 feet cedar, 2 tons bark, Georgiana, 25, M'Intjie, from the Huntei, with 1,100 bushels mai^e, 2 tons potatoes, Counter of Wilton, 111, Wheatland, from Newcastle, with coils, Rover, 10, Thompson, from the Hawkesbtuj, with 710 feet timber, 100 bushels shells, Ihistlc, steamer, 127, Mullhall, from Mor eth, with 30 bags maize, 20 bales wool, 2o ags potatoes, &c , Hyndes, 30, Boneaud, from Kiama, with 14,500 feet hardwood Na- jara, 25, Passworth, from Brisbane Watei, with 2,000 feet hard« ood, 24,001) shingles, 1 ton bark, rig, 20, Williams, norn Busbane Water, with 10 000 feet Umbel Waterwitch, 17, from Broulee, with 7<¡ bags wheat, 20 tierces poik, lil tons potatoes, ii bushels ?wheat, &c , At/red, 10, Ilorpen, fiom Bris- bane Watei, with lime , John and Charlotte, 93, Collins, from Newcastle, with coals , So- phia Ja...

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