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

DEPARTURE. For Moreton Bay, yesterday, the schooner Edward, Captain Chambers, with sundries. , Passengers - Mr. Glover, Mr. Miller, and forty in the Bteerage.

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SHIPPING [?] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 October 1842

.?»wira isTTac,uit.aiTjsi. ARRIVALS. j From the Mauritius, yesterday, having left ths 12th August, the schooner Alligator, 193 tons, Captain Cook, with sugar. -Passenger -Mrs. Cook, From tile Isle of Pines, the same day, having left the 21st September, the barque Magnet, M3 tons, Captain Macfarlane, with Sandal wood. Passenger«-Eleven men engaged in cutting wood at tho Isle of Pines.

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ADVANCE AUSTRALIA. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 October 1842

ADVANCE AUSTRALIA. I I To the Editors of the Swhtcu Momma fierai/?. I OFr'TiÉA,Èft1--lJpoBi'ipM'efe;'t9bfisiitHentofMr. W. Beames on Saturday evening, my attention was called to a loaf of sugar in the window, labelled." Auslmlipn Produce," my curiosity fas naturally ic»ejjtei1, and, lupon, enquiry, found it to be a sample of tra frsttjt'odi'ction of our new Sugar Company at Canterbmy. The cryst.il was large and line, the loaf hard mid firm, (though said not to have been fully dried), the colour was not perfectly white, which initv arise liom its being the first oxpe rjrriqhl;, fiowcVer oil the whole it must be ocnr'tlqreai a ^innd step in the'* Advance of Australia. ' _SACCH. ALB.

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NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR. (From our various Correspondents.) BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 October 1842

I mews ruin iai iktsbiox. (From our various Correspondents.) BATHURST. Outline of the Assize Sermon preached at Bathurst, by the Rev. C. Woodward. 1 Chronicles, xxix. 5. Who is willing to consecrate his service this day unto the Lord! The Rev. C. Woodward opened a very earn- est and powerful appeal to his hearers, by ad- verting to the united zeal and liberality dis- played in the circumstances connected with the text for promoting the glory and worship of the Almighty. He then alluded to the society which one hundred and fifty years ago stepped forward as the Missionary Br.inch of the Church of England to rescue the British ' 1 colonie«frohlas al« of «,Wlu«! L.. I with which they were th,« .ñVAr^110«. simony of their Chri«ti««rd by the P* f me t|b dUtyJiifdivimialffoh^a;^ to throw into tfl» i»..riff 'í.er 5MB1MI1 assisse".:^;T:saf ftomTli. futida of the SoöÄ Ä? le hotlllng had been donet^knïlffl ¿local society had been formeHÄ before the visitation in April, 184] ofT Bishop and Jud...

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

GOULBUUN. Seftember 30.-Previous to the murder ot Dunkley, Beech loaded a musket in Míe Dunkley should give an alai m, and UW pre- caution was taken for the purpose of »ill ni any one that should enter. On the morning of the murder, Mrs. Dunkley and Beech, her associate in crime and blood, sat down los hearty breakfast, and sent the, government man Shepherd (who is no way implicated ra the deed) to Gunning, for rum, and on going for it a second time in the afternoon, he tom llitoísiréls tliatriís masler bad ilôt stay eá long «way foi' 'e had seen the horse ; she ac- counted for it, (the horse returning),,by sayr linn that Dunkley must ha*? gone, to Mr¡ Simons', at Goulbvirri, arid taken the mall from lhere-tb .Berrima, awHUftt the "Horse ¡mut have broken Ibbse aha come Home: It fjflfbe remarked, that Mrs. Dunkley gave out as a secret to same of her neighbours, that her husband was going there to a trial. .* ¿fier the murderhad been committed, she w en t they hid below a* bin after t...

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EVIDENCE OF THE IMMIGRATION REPORT. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 October 1842

I «WdEKCE ÖF THE ÍMMTgRaTÍoíÍ | REPORT. I I [continued.] . , 1 III. The Present a Good Oppoetu nitv for Investment.-Having col- lected the evidence touching the extent and the causes of the present depression, we have to invite the attention of our British readers especially to the fact, that the depression offers to capitalists a fine opportunity for advantageous investment. Those of us who remember the last great season of suffering and general bankruptcy, in the years 1829, 1830, and 1831, re- member also the fortunate purchases of land and live stock which were then made by newly arrived immigrants, sheep being bought at eighteen-pence, and horned cattle at lessthan twenty-shillings per head. Not a few of our prosperous settlers laid the foundation of their subsequent wealth in the lucky bargains which those adverse times brought to their hands. The Immi- gration Committee have very properly sought to elicit from some of the witnesses whether the present similar crisis does not ...

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

CLEARANCE. For Port Nelson, New Zeajand, the   schooner Wane, Captain Fox, with sundries.   The Alligator has about 180 tons sugar on board. She did not speak any vessels on the passage. The Magnet has procured a full cargo of sandal wood, which is chiefly clean. The Caroline left the Isle of Pines about a week before her for Hobart Town with a cargo of sandal wood, and the brig Star the day be- fore her for Sydney. The Magnet saw the Sydney whaler Jane, on the 4th July, oft' Anaton, six months out, with 250 barrels   sperm on board, and also the whalers Maria Hore and Highlander, belonging to Hobart Town, the latter had 200 barrels on board; but the quantity on board the former was not ascertained. The Seahorse took on board sixty-four head of cattle yesterday for Hobart Town, and about forty more will be shipped this morning. She will sail at twelve o'clock to-day. The Agnes Ewing from Sydney March 1st, arrived at Calcutta April 24th. The Lal...

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SIR JAMSETJEE JEJEEBHOY. (From the Times, of May 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 October 1842

I SIR JAMSETJEE JEJEEBIIOY. (From the Times, of May 28. OiN Wednesday evening the Honorable Mr. Anderson gave an evening party at Pareil, on the occasion of presenting to Sir Jamsetjee Jejeebhoy his patent of knighthood ; and considering the season of the year, when so many people are absent at the..Hills, vît .was brilliantly ait«ud«d. I Sir Jamsetjee Jejeebhoy arrived- at .about a quarter past ten o'clock, when he was' led up froni the entrance-hall to the rèccp^ tion-room, attended by H. L. Anderson,' Esq., the Private Secretary, on one hand, and Major Willoughby, the Military Se- cretary, on the other, preceded by a large body of chopdars and state peons. On arriving at the top of the grand-room, he was met by the Honorable the Governor, who was supported by His Excellency the Commander-in-Chief and the heads of departments. The patent of knighthood lay on a damask- cushion in front of the Governor, who, after heartily and most cordially greeting Sir Jamsetjee, pro- ceeded to ad...

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

GENERAL REMARKS. I MoNrm, 26th.-Gentle biecyes fiom west I south-west until after mid-dny, then from east«aid, and veered north-itorth-cnst during the afternoon, freshening townid sundown ; cool, \utli slight haziness to w indward. Sky remained cloudless through the day. Evening calm. Tuesday, 27th.-Morning calm ; cloudy and foggy, with an occasional gentle shower, before noon. Bcfoie nine, vane kept oscil- lating between south-west and south-east; linally settled in tuuth c.ibt, and > cored by I .east, la lioltli-norlh-east during the Jay"; -moderate wind till it reached, north-north- east, then fresh. Atmosphere' continued cloudy and thick, and toward sunset very hn«y. Webneída?; ,28fH;f=.Cálfrl eteír morning. yriñe siedda, ñafth-Hy,-wésí . f. ii:, ffeäh north - cdstcîly b're.eíos.j northed toward sunset, and canlc' on' to uloiv hard.'. Atmo- sphere very hascy and damp. Evening fcalnV and muggish until about nine o'clock, when gentle wind from north-west brought up dark thunder...

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

? IfOI.ISK »TSAOTI. -,i,- .m. i i ¡¡m, , i; . Slugs AKu Ci.ur.r.iuo ::í Caí-bag»«.-Some inquiries have lately been made respecting the best method of getting rid of slugs, and also the cause of clubbing in the cabbage tribe, I beg to give you the following as my expérience on those subjects. When I went to the Dilke fc'f Poitlriiirf »s gardener jn 1832,, 1 found that I could not grow any crops ¿i the cabbage tribe that were fit to appear at table ; everything of the kind being eaten at the roots by a white maggot, and the K.o'unjd .celtii; qy-clrtHi with slugs, ns well. I however soon'dos.troy,ea. g'riib's pi ¿llsoris Vf t(ic .application of burnt clay, the refuse o'fii timber-yard, ^r any rubbish near at hand,, j /is soon j as ilie litter, was sufH filfefilly.btiittt to ¡íslJes. and Cooled so as not to burn the barrows, Í liäu H IM o^éf the cleared ground, from an inch to two niches thick, immediately after lightly pointing it in, and then put in my crops. There was no appearance o...

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

SPECIAL NOTICE. fpHK 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 being paid in advance, for which ten por 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 half-a-year being paid in advance, for which ten per cent, will be al- lowed ; the subscription in advance kin" £1 11 s. 6d. per half year ;'< and the Proprietors must be furnished at the time with a written under- filling .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 off" the subscription list, when the arrears against them have stood over twelve months, and pro- ceedings for recovering the amount...

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

INSOLVENCY BUSINESS         A meeting of the creditors of Henry Ram- say Scarvell, was held pursuant to advertise ment, on Thursday, the 29th September, be fore W. J. Dowling, Esq., Commissioner. Mr. W. F. Johnson was duly elected Trustee, Mr. Scarvell was examined by Mr. GILBERT      WRIGHT as follows :-The paper marked A is   a true copy of my schedule, sworn to and filed ; it discloses a full, true and particular account of all my assets; I have omitted my wearing apparel ; I did not think it necessary to name it; the property called Arundel   Park was mine ; it is sïtuate near the head of the Fish River, in the county of Westmorland and contains 2560 acres; it was originally granted to my father, John Larking Scarvell; it was conveyed to me in the latter part of 1838 ; It was an absolute conveyance and registered in the Supreme Court ; I mort gaged the property to Mr. Wason, in June. 1840, for £1,000; I gave my fat...

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

I STONEQUARRY. OcionERlsT.-The weather, during the past month, with the exception of one or two lainy days, lins been dry and warm. On the 24th September the thermometer reached ? 86 ° in Hie shade. The prevailing winds have, been westerly and yevy drying in their effects, n neat, generally, looks well, especially the early sown ; but, should the present dry wea- ther continue many weeks, the late wheat will suffer. A good deal is already getting a nckly tinge. Corn'plantinghas been delayed in most places in hopes of rain falling soon. A considerable quantity of ground has been put under that useful vegetable-the potatoe, during last month. In the gardens great complaints are made of a small earth-coloured caterpillar, which cuts off every description or vegetable as soon as they appear above ground. The promise of fruit is not so great a. last year, although there was au abundant inow of blossom. The custom of granting clearing leases »as become very common in this neighbour Hood; ...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 October 1842

somsaxio xwvaiiXixasM-ca. . J INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. Monday. Before the Chief Commissioner. r-ROOF OF CLAIMS. In the estate of Charles Musgrave, a third meeting ; the following claims were proved : I John Musgrave, £40 17s. lOd. ; J. W. Bourne £10 9s. 9d. ; W. Pattison, £8 ös. ; Jn^ " . . delburn, £56 16s. - --«v»m In the estate Z[ ^"bert ïtieh*vl Randolph, a tim« meeting; the /olio«Wg claims were proved; WjjSqdfev £3 16s. 6d. ; Trustees of Ogilvy *rld Gillett, £,i» 14s. 9d. ; John Smith, £35 los.; J. Nnlder, £18 4s. 5d. ; Hciny Wilkinson, £16 10s. ; M. P. Blundell, £273 8s. ; J. Wedderburn, £16 8s, : NewhhftmtM Tooth, £47 13s. j W. Tuck» Arid Coi, ¿37 7s. 3d. ; T. and Mv Wottiley. £50 13s. 2d. In the estate of John Lett, a second mert tng-j the following claims were proved : I Swain, Webb, and Co., £33 10s. fid.; L. Ire- I dale, £27 9s. 6d. ; D. Jones and Co,, £1411 15s ; John Wedderburn, £89 Us. !Id. ; Mac- 1 dermott and Dixon) £2Ü 15s. lid.; John Callaghan, .?39 Os. 2jd.; Willia...

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

SALES BY AUCTION. To Saddlers, Settlers, and Otbera \/9 OOltE and HEYDON are instructed to i.?l sell by auction, on FRIDAY MORNING, ihe 7th of October, on the premiies of Mr. William Collier, Hamels Manufacturer, Brick- field HU), opposite the Square and Compass, The following list of Saddlery Twenty «et« of «haft harness, more or less Four seta of best brass mounted harness Three sets of best gig harness, colonial made Eight sets of leading harness One gross of horre and bullock hobble« Three sets of breaking tackle, complete A lot of gi? whips Heavy cattle thongs Six superior stock saddles, complete One duzen of colonial head collar« One set of chaise-curt hame«« Six pair of «addie bags One set of second-hand gig harness, complete Six pair of new pole price«, fjr carriages One pair of light phaeton harness, complete, a little worn And sundry other article« too numerous to men- tion Terms at sale. 4643 in tbe Bstate of Margaret MaedonaM, or Parramatta, an Insolvent. MR. ISAAC SIMMO...

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TUESDAY. [?]ROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 October 1842

Tuesday. rROOF OF CLAIMS. I In the estate of John Ginger, a second meeting: David Rees. £?«0 14s. lid.; the Auction Company>.£Í98 ás. 4d. ; James Mel- ville, £tt 1¡¿¡>, 4d. ; It. P. Walker, £160 13s. In the estate of Georgiana Kinnear, a first meeting: Kemp and Fairfax, £5 16s. 7d.; Raphael Clint, £51 lös. 6il. ; James George Hughes, £11* Is. 7d. ; Thomas Trood, £6 17.-. 8d.; G. W. Evnns, £945 6s.; James Wade, £l63 11s. lid.; Hcsketh and Moss, £12 13s. 5d. ; Thomas Broughton, £30 19s, 5d. ; T. W. Campbell, £+3 8s. 3d. ; James Melville, £431 Bb. Öd. ; Foss and Lloyd, «168 4s. In the estate of Mo3es Brown, a first meet- ing : Kemp and Fairfax, £3 Is. 8d. ¡ Daniel Gunn, £3; Thomas Golden, £8 17s. öd.; Edward Rogers, £2 15s. ; Jacob Josephson, £80 Is. 7d.; John Wilson, £30 15s. 5d, ; J. G. Spencer, £5 14a. 8d, : Thomas Holmes, «14 10s. 7d, An adjourned meeting was held in the estate of William Eames, and a special one in the estate of Henry Edward Michel, but no claims were proved...

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

?team to Newcastle and Port IWacqiarlc HE FINE STEAMER _ MAITLAND, 'will leave the Commercial Wharf i-H_f_J"r^.Jc^for the above ports to-morrow morning at 6, p.m. For freight or pssssge, apply to E. MANNING, Commercial Wharf. October 1._4805. rOB TAHITI. CALLING AT THE B1Y OF ISLANDS SHOULD KN COURAOBMÜNT OF1KU. É¡-~ fin HE fine fau sailing schooner LV 1 CINTRA, g^ 114 ton», to sail politicly on the --.-üJí-'-ss' 11th instant. For freight or pas- sage enquire at ROBERT BOURNE and CO'S., 4*69 S7, I'itt-street. FAsnnoEBs fob iowdon. THE LADY RAFFLBS, having now completing her loading, will sail on the 12th in _stant, and has accommodation for two C'ubin Passengers, and three Stecroge ditto. Apply to CAPTAIN WELLER, or F. MITCHELL and CO. Queen's Wharf, Oc'ober 4. 4 781 For Freigut, to every pert of trio Coast. II E Fast Sailing Cutter WILLIAM, 29 tons, now lying off Thorn's _i?Wharf. Apply to Alexander Thompson, master, on board; orto JNO. GIBLETT, 4804 90, Pitt-street. TO TBS CXriZHN...

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

BIRTHS. On the 24th ult., at Selwood, Hunter's River, the Lady of Mr. Charles Macquarie, of a daughter. On Sunday, 2nd instant, in Sydney Cove, the wife of Captain J. C. Hesse, of the barque Amwell, of a daughter. On Monday, the 3rd instant, at the Surry Hills, Mrs. Burton Bradley, of a daughter. At Eastwood, Hunter's Hill, on Tuesday, the 4th instant, the lady of W. Rutledge, Esq., of a daughter.

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VESSELS LAID ON FOR THIS COLONY [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 October 1842

VESSELS LAID ON FOR THIS COLONY From London Direct.-Spartan, 400, Macey, merchandise,May 10. Giraffe,264,Moore,May 15. Kinnear, merchandise, June 10. Eden, 420, Boyce, merchandise, May 10. Harlequin, 350, Harrison, merchandise. May 11. Trial,   430, Day, merchandise, May 13. Aden, 422, Waddel, merchandise, May 15. Glenswilly, 670, McNeil, May. FROM Liverpool.-Colombian,276, Wakem. May l8. From Port Phillip. - Thomas Lord, schooner. Falcon, schooner. Fair Barbadian, schooner. Cygnet. Ocean. From Hobart Town.-Bramble, H. M. R., 10 guns. Fly, H. M. S., l8 guns. Blackwood. Waterlily, schooner. Emma, brig, Sproul. From Adelaide.-Dorset, brig, Walsh. From Launceston. - Deborah, schooner. Socrates, Grant. From New Zealand.-Ariel, Finlay. Har- riett. Margaret, McKinnon. Scotia, schooner, Cook. Susannah Ann, schooner, Anderson. Ann, schooner, 62, Steel. Perseverance, schooner. Challenger, schooner. Brothers, Bruce. Eleanor, brig. Success, schooner. Catherine, schooner, 160, Bann...

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OR[?]GINAL CORRESPONDENCE. SHOEMAKER'S WAGES. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 October 1842

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE   SHOEMAKER'S WAGES.   To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. GENTLEMEN - On reading your Paper of the 28th of September, I was surprised to see in the examination of the Immigration Com-   mittee, where Mr Miles was called in and examined on the 8th of last June, as t0 the state of the tradesmen in general, so far as re- gards the rate of wages and employment, to find that Mr Hamilton was the person quoted as informant on the part of the boot and shoe- makers. As Mr Hamilt0n employs but very few men outside his own house, the great bulk of his work must be done by his appren-   tice boys, as he at present has got six boys at work. But what are Mr Hamilton's words to Mr Miles? they are as follows: "Every               man is employed; wages more likely to rise     than fall." Now gentlem...

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