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IMMIGRATION.—1842. MINUTES OF EVIDENCE TAKEN BEFORE IMMIGRATION COMMITTEE.—[Continued.] WEDNESDAY, JULY 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 October 1842

IMMIGRATION.-1842. MINUTES OF EVIDENCE TAKEN PÜ THE IMMIGRATION COMMITTEE.-[Cb»««H«f.] WEDNESDAY, JULY 20. Matthew Henry Marah, Esq., of New England, called in and examined ; 1. The Committee understand that .you ure engaged in sheep farming in this*co- lony ? I am so engaged beyond the boun- daries of location. 2. ITowlong have you been so engaged? For nearly two years. 3. In what district? TnNew England. 4. llave you experienced any difficulty in carrying on your operations, from want ol' labour, or otherwise? When first I commenced my operations, I experienced considerable difficult}, owing to the ill ij .lmviour of my men, and my inability to ti sulmrge them, in consequence of the llicn scarcity of labour. Labour now is more plentiful, and being able to supply their places without much difficulty, I discharge men who behave ill, and give additional wages, according to agreement, to those who behave well, which I find promotes good conduct. ô. What do you consider the tolnl ex- p...

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ENGLISH [?]TRACTS. SAYINGS OF THE ANCIENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 October 1842

1 BBtftUSH »K«HAO*S. I SAYINGS OP THE ANCIENTS | WHEN Ptolemy the Second, king of EgJ'P1» looked forth one day from his palace window, afflicted as he was at the time with the gout, the consequence of his luxurious indulgences, and distracted with kingly anxieties, he observed a multitude of his poorer subjects reclining in festal ease on the sandy banks of the Nile-" Miser- able fate," said the monarch, "that my fate has not allowed me to be one of them !" Annxngnras, the Clazomenian philoso- pher, and preceptor of Socrates, being asked for what purpose he conceived he had come into the world, answered, " To see sun, moon, and stars !" The same philosopher being utterly negligent re- garding the politics of his town of Clnzo mene, was twitted for his indifference on that subject by some one of his more zea- lous fellow-citizens, who asked him whether he entertained no concern for his native country ? " For my country," replied the sage, "I have always a great concern. My native cit...

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

SPECIAL NOTICE. THli Subscribers to this Paper, and the Public generally, are respectfully informed, that in future jim following Rules will be strictly adhered to : In Sydney--N° new Subscribers ffill be received without one quarter hans paid in advance, for which ten percent, will he allowed ; the sub- scription in advance being 13s. 6d. ^/n the Country.-Ho new Sub gcribers will be received without half-a-year being paid in advance, for which ten per cent, will be al- lowed; the subscription in advance hem £1 Ha. 6d. per half year ; and the Proprietors must he furnished at the time with a written under uking that all future payments, both foi'bubscription and charges of . advertisements, shall be made in j »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 Btood over twelve months, and pro- ceedings for recovering th« amount due will be instituted. No Adve...

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

DEPARTURES. For Valparaiso, yesterday, the barque Jane Christie, Captain Wemyss, in ballast. For Guam^ the same day, the barque West- brook, Captain Linnington, in ballast. Pas- sengers-Mis. Linnington and son.

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

BIRTHS.               At her residence, William-street, Bathurst, on Sunday, the 25th ultimo, Mrs. Joseph Aarons, of a daughter. At Elswick, on Sunday morning, the 2nd October, instant, Mrs. G. K. Holden, of a daughter. At Harrington Park, on Sunday, the 2nd instant, the lady of Captain J. Woore, 10th Regiment Bengal Light Dragoons, of a daughter.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE[?] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 October 1842

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE     ARRIVALS.   FROM Batavia via Port Phillip, yesterday, having left the former 18th August, the latter   27th ultimo, the barque Jean, 282 tons, Captain Richards, with sugar, coffee, &c. Passengers - Captain Mossman late of the Terra Nova,   and Capt. Devlin, supercargo. D.Egan, agent. From Port Louis, Isle of France, same day,   having left 12th August, the brig Williams, 218 tons, Captain Chalmers, with sugar and molasses. Campbell and Co. agents. From Launceston, the same day, having left   the 21th ultimo, the schooner Lowestoft, 114 tons, Captain Irving, with wheat, flour, and   potatoes. .

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NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR. (From our various Correspondents. GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 October 1842

NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR.   (From our various Correspondents).   GOULBURN. BRUTAL MURDER.—The suspicious disappearance     of Henry Dunkely, of Gunning,   from his farm, has turned out to be one of those deep laid preconcerted acts of inhuman   butchery, which occasionally take place to the disgrace of human nature. Dunkley's   neighbours, observing the actions of his wife     and her paramour, especially one morning very early, saw them coming towards home very dirty, as if they had been working in a clay hole; and when remarks were made respecting their dirty appearance so early,   and some other questions which were put, they seemed confused and gave evasive answers. A few days after, a person of the name of Clark, residing on the farm, made known his suspicions to Mr. Cooper, who, with another gentleman, came to Goulburn, on Saturday the 24th, to which ...

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ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE. BATHURST CIRCUIT COURT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 October 1842

ASSIZE |INTELLIGENCE   BATHURST CIRCUIT COURT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27. BEFORE Mr. Justice STEPHEN, FRAUDULENT INSOLVENCY. _ William Stapleton, late publican, of Kelso, in the district of Bathurst, was indicted for having, on the 22nd February last, committed sundry acts of fraudulent insolvency, within the meaning of the colonial Insolvent Act, to which the defendant put in (through his counsel, Mr. Checke) a written plea of not guilty; after which the following Jury was impanelled : Messrs. William Lawson, (fore- man,) David Maxwell Irving, Francis Lord, John M'Innes, Robert Leighton, Ro bert K. Ewing, John Livingstone, 'Thomas Pye, John Piper, junior, Andrew Little, John Dargin, and John Liscombe. Previous to calling witnesses, the SOLICITOR- GENERAI, addressed the Court at considerable length, and commenced by stating that the defendant before the Court was indicted under the Insolvent Act for ]having com- mitted fraudulent insolvency, by not surren-   de...

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

ron lauriCEBTOK. THE PACKET BRIG WILLIAM will sail for the above Port on -SasSS&i» Saturday, the 8th instant. For freight or passage apply to J. Thom. Thorn's Wharf, October 3. 4G50 For tbo Bay of Island«, and Auckland' TO SAIL POSITIVELY ON 8UNDAV, TlIK 9TH INSTANT, THE PACKET BRIG ßHISTOLIAN, Al, 1G0 tons, ti. C. Thomas, commander. For freight or pnsvagc, having superior accommodation«, apply to the master, on board ; to W. DRAKE and CO.; or to J. B. METCALFE, Lower George-street. October 4. 4740 TCXt -cnstCHT O» CHARTS*« THE fine fast sailing first clais British-built barque DUKE OF RICHMOND, 470 tons per register, D. Clark, Com- mander, now on her first voyage, could be ready to receive cargo in a week hence. Apply to the master on board, off Campbell's Wharf, or to ROBERT HOW and CO., Lower George-street. October 3. 4720 PHILLIP WARD. To F. L. Wallace, Esq., M. D. SIP.,-We, the undersigned Electors of Phillip Waid, do hereby respectfully request, that you will allow you...

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

NEWS FROM INDIA. WE received yesterday, files of Calcutta papers to the 11th June, three weeks later than those which had previously come to hand. General ELPHINSTONE, the command- ing officer, who signed the unfortunate Cabool treaty, died early in May. The Affghans sent his body to Jellalabad in order that it might be seen that he had not met his death by foul means. The whole of the documents connected with the Cabool affair, had been placed in the hands of Mr. CAMERON, a member of the Law Commission, in order that he might arrange them, and make a report of their contents, previous to the full en- quiry into all the circumstances of the case, which Lord ELLENBOROUGH had signified his intention of making. It was generally reported, and extracts from a document drawn up by General ELPHINSTONE, a few days previous to his death, went a long way in confirmation of the report, that Sir WILLIAM MACNAGH- TEN contemplated an act of treachery, aud intended to seize AMEEN OOLLAH, the chief...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 October 1842

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE   INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS FRIDAY.       Before the Chief COMMISSIONER. In the estate of John South, the following   claim was proved: R. Davison £15 8s. 6d This was the third or trustee's meeting in this estate, and the insolvent, through his   trustee, Mr. Alexander Campbell, submitted   to his creditors a proposition to pay them 12s. 6d. in the pound, in full of all demands,     by instalments, to be secured by good bills at three, six, nine, and twelve months which bills were submitted to the Chief Commis-   sioner, and to the creditors present.   The proposition was accepted.     In the estate of Ward Stephens, a second meeting; the following claims were proved: D. Jones and Co., £88 16s 9d.: John Martyn, £14 3s. 2d.: J Cohen, and Solomon, £8 4s 7d.: Abercrombie and Mackay £888 15s. 2d. John ...

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GENERAL ELPHINSTONE. (From the Friend of India, May 19.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 October 1842

GENERAL ELPHINSTONE. (From the Friend of India, May IS.) I The object of Captain Mackenzie's journey was to announce the death of General Elphinstone, and to treat on the part of Mahomed Akbar Khan, and Mahomed Khan Shah Ghilze, for the restoration of our prisoners. The General's death, which took place on the 23rd instant, was occasioned by the fatigue of his compul- sory removal from Budeabad to a fort in the Eastern Chilzie mountains, southward of Tezeen, but at an elevation on the very margin of the snow. The exertion proved too much for his exhausted frame. He expired almost withont a struggle. His mind had for some days been brought into a frame of resignation by the con- solations of leligion. Captain Mackenzie, one of the most high-minded and gallant of our officers, has tby his testimony rolled back from the General's name a part of the reproach which had been cast upon it. He distinctly avers that though imperfectly recovered from a fit of sickness such as few constitution...

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INDIAN [?]TRACT[?]. THE CABUL DISASTERS. (From the Englishman.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 October 1842

ai. ,**,hita e-" "-i m --m- >,- . a , I î-'-> THE CAtiUL DÏSaWeRS. * ' (From the Englishman.) Mention has been made in some of the public papers of the Narrative of the Ser- jeant Major of the 37th N. I., which was described at the same time, as the most interesting and complete account of the disastrous march from Cabul that has yet been prepared. This document has fallen into our possession, and as it certainly is much more detailed and circumstantial than the hasty narrative supplied by Dr. Brydon immediately after his arrival at Jellalabad, we esteem ourselves fortunate in being able to lay it before our readers entire': ¡Narrative of Serjeant-Major Lis ,. SANT, 37tu Regt. N. I., from the ?th"to the 13th January, 1842. Thursday, 5th Jan.-Orders were issued by Major-General Elphinstone that the troops in garrison at Cabul would be pre- pared to march towards Jellalabad iu the morning, in the following order : 1st Bugle at 5, and 2nd at C o'clock, a.m., regiments left in fro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 October 1842

COUNTRY SALES. Mn. LiscomiieI-At Arthur's Inn, Bathurst» October 10, Monthly Sale of Stock. Also* eight head of Horse Stock. Mr. G. Paul.-At the residence of I. Tin- dall, Esq., Penrith, October l8, Horses, Mare, Geldings, &c. Also, at the Rose Inn, Penrith, same day, Cattle, Goat, &c.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 October 1842

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. We insert for the information of the Public an Abstract of all the Public Sala which take nlaee : THIS DAY.. Fuss and Lloyd.-At their Rooms, nt 11 o'clock,' Sherry, Port, Clmmpognc, Iron- mongery, 'Hardware,'' Boots mid Shoes, Sa- lad Oil, Cigats, Whitening, Refined Sugnt, .Tams, Jellies, Marmalade, &c. ; at 12 o'clock, Building Allotments at Balmain, twelve sma]I Fnrms at Curryjong, 300 Head of Cattle, imported Bull Lofty, &c. Mr. S. Lyons.-At the stores of Messrs. Lamb and Parbury, Dalling Harbour at 12 o'clock, extensive Sale of Merchandise. Ma. Greaves.- On the premises, Lower George-street, opposite the Commissariat Stores, at 11 o'clock. Coffee-Room Fittings, Eight-day Clock, Household Furniture, Pii-kles, Fruits, &c. ; also, Lease of Pre- mises. Mr Stuiihs.-At the mart, at 12 o'clock, li Shares in the bank of New South Wales. Mu. Blackman.-Athis Rooms, at 12 o'clock, Working Bullocks, &c. Mr. Price.-On the promises...

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DIARY. Memoranda for This Say. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 October 1842

DIARY. Memoranda for This Say. I October. I . SU.N\ \ H,OH1*n"i _rise» | seta. | morn | even "5 | wednesday I 5 48 I 6 12 I 9 16 I 9 42 New Moon, Oct. 4, 28 m. past 4, afternoon.

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The Sydney Morning Herald. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." INDIAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 October 1842

«gftr agfrneg fitormng ftcralfr. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER S, 1842. ,-m ." Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." INDIAN NEWS. Upon looking through some of the bank numbers of the Indian papers which carne to hand yesterday, we find it stated that Lord Ellenborough had directed Ge- neral Pollock, the Commander of the Forces in Affghanistan, not to advance on Cabool until the arrival of the next mail with instructions from England. Sir Edward Gambier, one of the puisne Judges, had been appointed Chief Justice of Madras. There was a tremendous gale of wind at Calcutta on the 3rd of June, which did great damage to the shipping, and in which many lives were lost. Some interesting extracts from Indian papers will be fouud in the fourth page of this day's Herald.

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METEOROLOGY. COMPILED EXPRESSLY FOR THE "SYDNEY MORNING HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 October 1842

METEOROLOGY. COMPILED EXPRESSLY FOR THE\ " SYDNEY MORNING HERALD." METEOROLOGICAL REPORT, SOUTH HEAD, FROM 26th SEPTEMBER TO 2nd OCTOBER, 1842. MOON S AGE. BAROMETER. ATTACHED THERMOMETER. DETACHED THEBMOMETBR. 20 21 1 0' A.M. 23 24 25 2G 2970 2975 29-52 29-20 29-30 29-41 29-72 29-C6 29-36 29-15 29*22 29-31 29-30 j 29-31 ' 29-72 29-64 29-31 29-09 29-31 29-29 29-34 29-73 29-65 29-30 29-20 29-42 29-28 29-38 C7 64 67 67 62 63 - 62 59 61 , 64 62 65 61 60 0-01 0-02 not 1-10Q "W.S.W., E.byN., toN.N.E. S.W., S., S.E., E., N.T.., N.N.E. N.byW., N.N.E., N.hyE., N.W. W.S.W., S.W., S.E.byS., S.S.E. N.byW., W.N.W., to W.S.W. W.N.W. to W. f W., W. by S.

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MAURITIUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 October 1842

ÁÍAURITIUS. Papers have come to hand from Mau- ritius lor the whole of the month of July, and for the first week in August. Thcprincipal topic occupying thesepapers is, the prevalence of hydrophobia; scarcely a paper is without some fresh cRse, show- ing the prevalence of the dreadful disorder. The proposed law, which our readers will remember had been proposed at the date of our last intelligence from Mauritius, lind been altogether withdrawn by the I Government, in consequence of the Legis- lative Council having rejected the clauses by which the rate of taxes on dogs was to be fined. Public opinion, it would seem, is still strongly in favour of the measure ; but it is thought that all its advantages might be conferred upon the community without adding to the already grievous amount of taxation under which they are suffering. The Government of Bourbon, in order to prevent, so far as possible, the intro ductiou of hydrophobia into that island, had issued an order, whereby all vessel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 October 1842

PARTIES desiring to Jucc htînU« this Journal, ure reminded that they can only do so by poying up all arnears.to.-the -end^ of -the respective quarters. - ? . rpHE Proprietors of the Herald m draw the particular attention ol t'ieir Subscribers to their intention of charging ten per cent, interest on all accounts of upwards of six months' standing. _KEMP AND FAIRFAX

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