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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. WEDNESDAY. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 7 October 1842
BOMMTSO »TaiiLiaaNoa. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. Wednesday. rnoor_or claims. IK the estate of Edward Borton, a first meeting: W. S. Dcloitte, £70\5s.; Joseph Min ringtail, £14 r". lod.; Joseph Walford, L2o 7;. Cd.; James Holt, £35« Ils. 4d.; I? , 'Icu«erburn, £H2 17s. (id.¡ James Made, £72; G. Evans. £15 12s. The meeting was then adjourned for one month. In the estate of Charles Beale, a single meeting: Richard Godson, £7 12s.; Joseph taalicn, £14 14s. Od.; Kemp and Fairfax, Li IDs. j Squire Mason, £17 12s. This in «olventhad his tools and wearing apparel allowed lum by the meeting. Iii the estate of John Leighton Drcwe : H. L Smith, £100 2s. 2d. ; W. Barton, for rent, lu0i'' James Pcmcll, £5 ; Francis Mit- chell, £lot 13s.; F. Shipway, £3 11s. 6d.; John Shipway, £10 12s. 4d. ; William Berry Li; Mr?. Morgan, £14 8s. 6d. ; Mark Darliii, Lo. It was ordered that no preference1 bo given to tlic above persons who have proved for wages. In the estate «f Charles Daley : Kemp and fairfax, £2 1...
MAURITIUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 7 October 1842
MAURITIUS. The subject ol' Coolie Immigration, which is now occupying the attention of a large body of the colonists of New South "Wales, may almost be said to have been disposed ol' in England, in ludia, and in Mauritius, so far as the latter is concerned, and be- fore long the sugar planters will be in the fiijoymcnt of all the benefits which can ¡iconic to them from the importation of Indian labour. In the Mauritius Official Gazette of Saturday, loth July, an Act of the Legis- lative Council is published, the object of which is to levy a tax to provide funds for the proposed immigration. The following arc the new duti&lt;& to be levied under this Act f one-shilling per gallon on ruin, ar-1 I rack, oï ôtheï spirituous liquors, the wail nufacturc of the colony ; four shillings per gallon on all impoitcd spirits ; twelve shillings per barrel of wiuc, containing sivty-three gallons, and so on in propor- tion to the size of the barrel ; two shillings per dozen on impor...
THE CATHOLIC INSTITUTE.—RESTORATION OF POPERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 7 October 1842
THE CATHOLIC INSTITUTE.-RES- TORATION OF POPERY. The annual meeting of this body took place, on Tuesday, at the Freemasons' Tavern, for the purpose of receiving the report of the committee for the last year, and adopting resolutions calculated to give to the institute a wider sphere of useful- ness, i The great room of the tavern was filled in every part. The gallery was crowded with ladies ; and in the room, near to the platform, weie several seats, which were also filled by ladies, amongst whom wei c Lady Lovatt and family, and other ladies of distinction. The platform was likewise crowded. Amongst the noblemen and gentlemen present were Loid Camoys, Lord Lovatt, the lion. Mr. Langdale, the Right Rev. Dr. Mostyn, Mr. O'Connell, M. P., Mr. Phillip Howard, M. P., Mr. Sergeant Shea, Mr. C. Weld, Mr. Mac- donald, Captain Stapleton, Mr. Lucas, Mr. Aldis, the Rev. Mr. Lisk, and Dr. M'Gee, &c. The Hon. Mr. Langdale was called to the chair. He addressed the meeting, and said, that...
IMPOSSIBLE REVIVAL OF TRANSPORTATION. (From the Colonial Gazette, June 8.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 7 October 1842
IMPOSSIBLE REVIVAL OF TRANS- PORTATION. (From the Colonial Gazette, June 8.) In the Council at Sydney, Mr. James Macarthur lately let fall the announce- ment that he had proposed to the home government the revival of transportation to New South Wales, and of the assign- ment system under a very modified form : the couvicts to be assigned only in coun- try districts. Mr. Macarthur thinks that his scheme was not unfavourably viewed by the Colonial Secretary, Lord John Russell ; only that it was presumed to be impossible until the excitement which sup- pressed transportation had blown over. It is incredible that any man living in England, and in such a position ns Lord John Russell occupied for reviewing the state of public feeling, could make a mis- take so egregious ns to suppose that it ever would be possible to revive transport- ation under any form : Mr. Macarthur must have understood a polite evasion of a question unpractical, and therefore not worth discussion, as tacit approval...
SCHEDULES REFERRED TO IN THE FOREGOING ACT. Schedule (A.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 7 October 1842
H Schedules I ERírCRREO TO IN TUB FOtlEaOlSQ ACT. Schedule (A.) e. Governor. 5,000 Superintendent at Port Phillip .. 1,500 Chief Justice . 2,000 Three Puisne J udges . 4,500 Salaries of the Attorney and Soli- citor-General, Crown Solicitors, and contingent and miscella- neous expenses of administra- tion of justice throughout the Colony. 20,000 £33,000 Schedule (B.) Colonial Secretary and his De- partment . 7,000 Colonial Treasurer and his De- partment . 5,000 Auditor-General and his Depart- ment . -8,000 Salary of Clerk, and Miscel- laneous Expenses of Uxccutivo Council. G00 Pensions. 3,000 £ 18,000 Schedule (C.) Public Worship. 30,000
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 7 October 1842
DEPARTURES. For Port Nichol ion, yesterday, tile barque Aihwdl, Captain Hesse, with sundries. Pus «enger»-Mr. Smith and Mr. Hayes; steer «Ki-, Mr. und Miss Ilenduioon, Mr. Levy, Mr. mid Master Smalhvuod.' ' For Bombay, the same da.r, the ship Cn» tlaliar, Captain Ridley, with, stoics, ¿fee. l'assutiKOta-Lieutenant Chambre, Mr. and Mis. Wells, Dr. Leonard, R.N., Mr. Wrot tesley, and Mr. Homer; intermediate, Messrs. Minnon, and Moulin; sixty-one rank and Hie 0f the 28tli Regiment ; nine women and lour Juldreii.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 7 October 1842
BIRTH. On Sunday, the 25th of September, at Merton, Hunter's River, Mrs. W. C. Bundock, of a son. DIED, At Daisy Bank, Illawarra, on Tuesday, the 4th October instant, (his birth-day), aged &nbsp; twenty-one years, Mr. Alick Osborne, only son of Alick Osborne, Esq., Surgeon R. N., of H. M. ship Formidable, after an illness of three months.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 7 October 1842
SPECIAL NOTICE. rpHli Subscribers to this Paper, *? and the Public generally, are respectfully informed, that in futur« the following Rules will be strictly 'adhered to : In Sydney.-No new Subscribers will be received without one, quarter being paid in ndvancc, for which ten percent, will be allowed ; the sub- scription in advance being 13s. 6d. per quarter. In the Country.-No new Sub gcribers will be received without half-a-year being paid in advance, ,ïor winch ten per cent, will be al- lowed ; the subscription in advance being £1 Us. 6d. per half year; and the Proprietors must be furnished itmJie time with a written under tilting 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 »tooti over twelve months, and pro- ceedings for recovering tht amount due will be i...
SPIRITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 October 1842
SPIRIT8. I Rum ....lfi to so o. P., pt, «ir ... 6toI0O.P....... Ii' »to 5 O.P..j) ! J J Underproof. » Ï ,: Bengal'. "', J J» Bra«dy... Cognac.&»M.¿ I !'! Spanish. ¿ I I Holland«.. In wood (pale). ' 1 \ ! Tinged.....:..;:::;; S iî °>a.4-gallon case«. 1 s » Ditto. ¿ .7 * Whisky... Per gallon (dull).'. « i Ï Arrack.... Ditto. ni» Cherry Brandy (pints) per doVea':: ' 0 l8 |
[?] BANK OF AUSTRALASIA, INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER. (From the Morning Herlad, June 8.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 October 1842
> .? ?*.**.* »nUAH. ' B^RATFn «SS^LASÍA' WV0* /TTE? BY ROYAL CHARTER. m" J *rom ''e Maning Herald, June 8.1 hie annual general'meeting' of the pro- prietors of this establishment vvns held on Monday, nt their office in Moorgate-strect, to receive the report of the directors, &c. The chair having been taken bj' J. S. Brownrigg, Esq., M.P., the advertisement convening the meeting was read by the secretary, and the three directors, Oliver Farrer, Esq., Captain Sir A. P. Green, Jl.N., mid Aldermau Sir George Carroll, going out of office by rotation, were unani- mously re-elected. Mr. Milliken, the secretary, then read the following report : "1. lu couformity with the general rules establised for their guidance, the di- rectors proceed to perform the duty as- signed to them of laying before the pro- prietors their annual report of the opera, tions and position of the bank during the last year of account. " Every person having communication or connexion with the British colonie...
COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 October 1842
COASTERS OUTWARDS. Oclober i.-Brothers, 12, Raflerty, for the Hawkesbury, with sundries ; Rote, steamer, 172, Pattison, for the Hunter, with mindrie*. 5.-Mermaid, 20, Brown, for Brisbane Wntrr, in ballast. Fly, 20, William«, for Brisbane Water, in ballast. Paterson, 49, Burcham, far the Clnrence, with sundries. Currency Lass, 16, Moon, for Brisbane Wnter, in ballast. Wil/it.m, 21, Thompson, for Bris- bane Water, with sundries. Maitland, stea- mer, 103, Parsons, for Port Macquarie, with sundries. Thistle, steamer, 127, Mulhall, for Morpeth, with sundi ¡es. Hyndes, 30, Bin neun, for Kiama, with sundries. O',-Northumberland, 17, Dennis, for Port Aiken and Brisbane Water, in ballast ; Alfred, 12, Hiirpin, for Brisbane Water, in ballast; Sophia Jane, steamer, 156, Wiseman, for Wollongong, with sundries ; Thompson, l8, Lovett, for the Hawkesbury, with sun- dries; Resolution, 49, Lb Electo, for the Clarence, with sundries; Martha, 121, Wells, for Newcastle, in ballast; Star, 12, Thomp- son...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 October 1842
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. We insert for the information of the Public an Abstract of all the Public Sales which take place . THIS DAY. Mr. Samuel Lyons.-At his Mart, at li o'clock, the schooner Sheperihss, the Hull of- the Brig Australian Gah, two Waggons, a Buggy, Household and Office Furni- ture, Tobacco, lion, Glass, Earthenware, and Cider. Mu. Blackman.-Athis Rooms, at 11 o'clock, Jewellery, Room P«uper, Drapery, Haber- dashery, Hosiery, Wearing Apparel, Hats, Dates, Pork, Lard, Cheese, Hams, and Soup. Mu. STunns,-At his Mart, nt 11 o'clock, Pianoforte, and Couch.
DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 October 1842
DUTIES. Brandy. 12 O Gin. 12 0 B.P.Rum.... 9 0 English ditto.. 9 0 d. * Foreign R«"»» lJ Tobacco. . Snuff I Cordiai.*.u X » O B » ?. Wool .... Choice floek«. per"»... J ' . Good ordinary. n 0 10 ?«*«». o 0 t logrease.as 0 0 Oil.Sperm, perton.... .? . , Hide.Salted, per lb ........ Ï ¡ 0 Cedar .... Geod quality, pwfoot.. . . fl Trenail«.. Per S.M. « ii 0 Horns ....Per 123. "ii Tip«.Per 123. ' " _ Printed «ndPubüsheJby Cba»»**"&£ John Fairfax, attht Herald PnmW« Lower George-street, Sydney, N* *«««' Wales, Saturday, M October, 18««
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 October 1842
coasM&it3i.a.i iirrEz.ixbxxroa, The transactions dilling the week have been hut limited, the sales principally being only for immediate wants; in some measure this is to be attributed to the very large sales by the hammer which have taken place since my last, and a disinclination on the part of buyers to enter the markets largely ; but prices are fully maintained in all articles, excepting sugar. Wheat and Flour.-There is no alteration in these articles, but the shipments during the week have been unutually large, upwards of 3Ü0 tons, for New Zealand and other ports. Tea.-This market remains without any material alteration ; the trade only purchase to meet their wants. Coitee.-The sales have been considerable, upwards of 500 bags'Java, at 7d. and 7id. Rice.-Considerable sales have bee/i made in this article, upwards of 3000 bags having been taken, but the figure has not transpired. Touacco.-The holders continue firm ; but sales have been effected to the extent of 25,000 lbs....
COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 October 1842
COASTERS INWARDS. October 4.-Rone, «teamei, 172, Pattison, from the Hunter, with »0 kigstobutcn ï.-Mu maul, ¿0, Broun, from Brisbane Wnter, with 1000 Icet timbei , 1 houison*, 17, Portel, fi oin Lake Miicqunue, with conls, Northumberland, l8, Dennis, for Port Aiken, with »hells. Current i) Lass, li», Noon, liom Brisbane Water, with 7000 feet timber, Mail land, steamer, 103, Pinsons, from Port Mac- quarie, w11 h Mindi íes, Hy, 10, Legge, from BrisbaneWutu, with 30,000shingles, thistle, steamer, 127, Mulhall, from the Hunter, with 20 trusses ha), 10 bugs maize, 411 bales wool, &c ; r.stliir. 4 » Cork, from Moreton Boj and the M'Leav, with 20 000 feet cedai, Hat nett, 11, Craiibe, trom Bmbnne Wutei, with 50,000 shingles, and 100 posts, Luna), 16J, Minno, Irom Newcncllp, with coals , Lucu Anne, 55, from the Williams River, with 289 bushels maize, &x , Larl, l8, Mathew«, fiom the Clarence, w ith 11000 feet cedar 0.-Sophia. Jane, «teunitr, lot,. Wiseman, from Wollongong, w...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 October 1842
DEPARTURES. For the Som li Sea Fishery, yesterday, the American whaling ship Jlebcnca Sinn, Cap- tain Ray, with whaling gear, &c. zVow Valparaiso, tito same day, the ship .Karl Dur li am, Captain Cnbcl, in ballast. Passengers-Don Antonio Alamos, Mr. Vininjr, Mr. Kingdon, Mr. and Mrs. Kalken berg, tlivee children and servant, M v. Turner, .vii«. Barlctle, two children and servant ; s finge-Mr. Ep;an and Mr. Horne. For Newcastle, the same day, the brig Martha, Captain Wells, in ballast.