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INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 October 1842
INSOlvVliNCY PROCEEDINGS. aiEEiiNos run t»-dAV,-j.,) M>o «states of aù.^'cw Higgins, a special mnptinB fnv pç fimipation oii.'y. at len o'clock; Miciiuel Biieilü, ft*) ndjourneiî 'neeliiig, at twelve ; and Georg«» Fani'l|pj' Wright, a special meeting, ut two, to disprOvi £i.j.'|ifjn S¡/¡)ms. pOMrueSOKYSEQUESTnATlulläu^KaSEnnD. Qi» Wednesday last, during the transaction o» wa insolvency business in the Supreme Court, Mc, Wtmt appeared hefureMr. Justice lim len, -, on beluilt'ot «Mr. Joseph Anq>É*;, mjd stated ¡Hat Mr. Diiifiiid did npt ¡|ilc;i(] tVprojecni» Hie nile obtutned },i i|,¡rf pasp tQ show cause why the estate of Mr. And*»*,; should uot'ïie sequestrated, and produced a cpimci tf his .¡fr'WPrs to the superseding of the order, «is llooor thereupon ordered the rule to be dismissed. vp^T'TT1?--1?'» Excellency tho G« of Vi ar" almïmte&lt;* Rnbort Pohlman, Esq., a "I ? ^t0U,nt Mact"ll°« District, Poit P.iillip, n .S», ï.CI?lne»tB Wickham, Esq., of Parra di,'?VIa.-*'s...
LIVERPOOL MARKETS, MAY 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 October 1842
LIVERPOOL MARKETS, May 25. On.«-The unfavouiable accounts received fruin the seil fishety have given h lders of all common fish oil» confidence, and lins caused btiversto come forwird with moie alacut) A fuir business has been transacted in pate seal at Lil las to ¿38, and cod at £31 10s to ¿32 per tun Southern lins been in good request, and the b tter sorts have brought au advance of 30' per tun, common kinds hnve fetched full lotes At auction 170 tims went bnskl), and all sold at £28 to £33 ljs for low durk to fine pale quaht) Tor sale on Fruity lüO tims arc declared Holdcis of sperm having submitted to low cr'rates has caused the trade to take 1m te quantities pri- vate!) at £75 10= to £76 tor fine Buttah, 20 tuns at auction went nt £75 10s pel tun Srini rs -Leeward Islands rum is not offered on lower terms, but the demand has been limited, and the purchases confined lo lou tims proof at 2s 3jd to 2s 4d , 2 to 3 per cent over pioof 2s 4*d to 2s 5d , 10 to 15 our 2s Od to 2s 8d , ...
SUNDRIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 October 1842
SUNDRIES. I Mace.Per pound. . 0 j Nutmeg«. 0 » j Clove» . 0 1 3 Cloth.Blue Midg., per yard .. 0 t 0 Superfine blue. OK 0 Ditto coloured........ 0 14 0 Blue for contract. 0 0 0 Rope.Assorted, per ewt. î M J Manila. 1» ' Coir. 1 *° Canvas.... Bleached, per bolt .... S 0 J Turpentine, in jars, per gallon. 0 » fU Paint Oil.. Per gallon. . [ ' I White Lead, ground, in kegs, per cwt j li * Blackpoint, per cwt. » » J Green ....Ditto ditto. >¡r Tar ......Riga, per barrel ...... I j American. . ». .Coal. »» Pitch.Perbarrel. J » OilSUook»,whiteoaU,forpipeilpertM 1 ? For bariel». . " Deal Plank, Norway, per foot. . . American. * * Gunpowder, Blasting, per lb...... jj* Cannister. J ' ', G1««». J.Í Mattard .. Pounds, per des. ...... J " Pickle« Pints "Half-pounds. ¡j* ' .-Äi?:^::::::» Soip.aArr."aïsS « Colonial.» . Salt.Liverpool,per ton. * * J Rock. lia. Basket, per dosen. J ' J Fruit» ....Bottled, per do«. ° "
LAW INTELLIGENCE. QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 October 1842
LAW INTELLIGENCE &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; QUARTER SESSIONS &nbsp; &nbsp; The General Court of Quarter Sessions for Svdney opened on Monday last, when the following cases vvere disposed of - James Sheehan, free by servitude, indicted for larceny, found guilty, and sentenced to be worked in an ironed gang for twelve months. &nbsp; William Preston, free by servitude, in- dicted for larceny, found guilty, and sen- tenced to he worked in an ironed gang for &nbsp; twelve months. John Paul, came free to the colony, in- dicted for fraud, found guilty, and sentenced to be confined in Her Majesty's Gaol, Dar- linghurst, for four calendar months. Samuel John Butler, from on bail, indicted for embezzlement, found guily, and sen- tenced to be imprisoned for six months in Her Majesty's Goal, Darlinghurst, every fourth week in solitary confinement. Catherine Sullivan, came free to the colony, &nbsp; &nbsp; indicted for larceny, ...
NEWS FROM CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 October 1842
NEWS FROM CHINA. By the Louisa, which arrived yts'.erday from Manila, Canton papers to June 7th reached the colony, but the news is not very important. Most of the troop ships had reached Hongkong, and preparations were being made for proceeding to Pekin, but by what route had not transpired. In the mean time, the troops to the Northward had not been idle. On the 18th May the city of Chapoo, the mart of the Chinese trade with Japan, was cap- tured. Three hundred Tartars retired to a small fort and defended themselves with great bravery, until the fort was entirely destroyed by the British artillery. Colonel Tomlinson, of the 18th Royal Irish, one sergeant and seven men were killed ; and Colonel Mountain, the deputy adjutant general, three officers, and forty-five men, were wounded. The July news will, we expect, be im portant.
THE NEW CONSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 October 1842
THE NEW CONSTITUTION. It was not our intention to have made any comments upon the new Bill for a day or two, in order that the hearings of the dif- ferent clauses might be fully considered ; but as there are two points on wh\ch there appear to be mistaken ideas in the minds of some persons, we wish to set them right. In the first place, there is nothing in the Bill affecting the Municipal Corpora- tion Acts recently passed, nor will the new Council have any power not possessed by the old one ; the words used with re- spect to the old Council being the same as those in the new Bill : the Council is to make laws "for the peace, welfare, and good government" of the colony. The elabornte arguments therefore which were used in the Legislative Council last year as to the increased powers of the new Council fall to the ground. In the country districts, the Governor, without refer- ring to the Council at all, has power to incorporate the inhabitants, and authorize the raising of rates for l...
SALT PROVISIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 October 1842
SALT PROVISIONS. We are making preparations for publish- ing a series of articles on the advantage to the colony of exporting large quantities of salt provisions, and the best means by which that desirable object can be effected. We shall be glad to hear from our country friends who can communicate any practical observations on the subject. _
WINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 October 1842
WINES. I Sherry.... In wood, per bbd, X12 to MO», Bottled, per dor. tOi, to 1 It I Port.Inwood.perhhd.iKto SSI | Bottled, per r)or. Mi. to lill Claret.... In «rood, per had. (nomlml) Bottled, per do«. 10«. to III Madeira. (nomlml) Teneriffe.. In wood, per pipe ditto Marsala ..Ditto . 10 0 0 Lisbon....Ditto. ditto Cape ....Company'sbrand. It I I Other brands. Noa«, Champagne.. Per doten. £t 10«. to. SOI g
GRAIN AND FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 October 1842
GRAIN AND FLOUR. ) Rice.Patnn, per bsg. Iii 0 Java per lb. 0 0 l| Carolina ...*... Nose, Wheat.... Derwent, per bushel. "j Valparaiso.> Nonüttl Colonial.J Barley.... British. Nott Oat.Ditto. Nm, Oatmeal ..Perth. 0 t 4 Flour.Ist8ort.perl001bi.20t.tol 1 t Second ditto... 16». to Oil I Third ditto .... 15«. to OK I American, per barrel .. 1 IS
[?]I[?]PING INTELLIG[?]NC[?]. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 October 1842
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE &nbsp; ARRIVALS. &nbsp; FROM the Isle of Pines, yesterday, having left the 21st ultimo, the brig Star, 135 tons, Captain Ebrill, with sandal-wood. &nbsp; From Manila, same day, having left the 1st &nbsp; July, the brig Louisa, 187 tons, Captain Tucker, with sugar and coffee.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 October 1842
_ SALES BY AUCTION. _ AN EXCELLENT LONDON-MaDE PIANO ALSO, A OOTJOH, vory elegant» THK I'BOFE&TY OP A OGNTLCMAN A110UT TO LBA.V« SYDNEY. \/t R. STUBBS will put the above genuine Ivfi." property up to public auction, THIS DAY the 8th day of Üctobor, 1812, at twelve o'clock. To any musical lady or gentleman requiring a well-toned end powerful instrument, the above will befcund an extremely satisfactory purchase. 4933 Terms, cash, NEWTOWN SUBURBAN PROPERTIES. Family Kosldencc, -with Cardan anti Grounds, T0OETIIRR WITH ELIGIBLE VILLA ALLOTMENTS. Mil. STUBBS brgs lepve to announce, t'.iat he ha* been directed to brliip to imrc scrved competition (as ocr pinn tit mir!'), on MONDAY, f-o 10 h diiy of OcVIkt, 13,2, at the Mart, King-Mrcet, talc fit tv,-, Ivr pre- cisely, viz. : All that pire? '-f Land bnr.ni> 1 hy th'1 pro- perties of Btllo Retiro, W. M. .V.i-i .-..' Ptq , Robert Browne, lä«q., and in the 'inn-dicte neighbourhood of the justit" n-'p-ccir.'.-d CAMPERDOWN ESTvTH. Th...
CHURCH OF SCOTLAND—GENERAL ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 October 1842
CHURCH OF SCOTLAND-GENERAL ASSEMBLY. The siting of this body closed on Mon- day last. The last business of importance trans- acted wns the deposition until March next from the judicial functions, as members of church coutts, of eleven clergymen, for the crime of assisting and countenancing the deposed seven of Strathbogie. The following protest against the power of the assembly to pronounce any such sentence was given in bv the parties - " ^e, the parties hci cunto subscribing, in again appearing nt the bar of the general assembly, with reference to the charge, which we have already admitted, of having held ministerial communion with ceitam ministers of the presbytery of Strathbogie, alleged to be deposed horn the office of the holv ministry, did, and hereby do, enter our protest, that m thus yielding obedience to the citation served upon us on Thurs diy last, we shall not be held to hav e fallen from our former protest itton by which we solemnly denied the competency of the general...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 October 1842
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS and PASSENGERS. For MeHiaurno, Port JPbllllp, positively thin day, / E"R~ HP^E SCHOONER dfá§iK, J TI M HO, Ww-Kl? 12;' tnna' CaPtain Bentley, will ^^.l^lgggg receive goods till twelve o'rloek this day. Apply ou board, at the Queen's Wharf, J. B. METCALFE, 4052 - Lower G ; orge-street. rOB PORT MABQUAMII, HE FINE CUTTER CHALLENGER, will leave the Union Wharf, this Evening. Freight, twtnty shil- lings per ton for dead weight, other goods ai before. . I October 8. WILLIAM DALTON, 4070 Prince-street South. T F.?R SaT/WOHSXOK', PUJE FINE SCHOONER L TAMAR, j^> William Bell, master, will posi t^^y^^.. lively sail for the above port on ThSisi!¿y7"tlie 1Mb, instant. For freight or passage apply to the muster on board, or to . A. B. SMITH & CO., Sussex-street. Sydney, 7th October. -JOGI rOS VALPARAISO. rpHE fine fast-sailing brig J. PACK/IT, liLlf/ 2fi0 tons Register, J. Shirling, trtxzxxÊh?* Commander, will «sil in three weeks, and has splendid accommoda'ioni fo...
The Sydney Morning Herald. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." EVIDENCE OF THE IMMIGRATION REPORT. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 October 1842
?Tht âgtmej» fttormnß ftrralto. .- - ?'? ~ SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1842. " Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am 1." EVIDENCE OP THE IMMIGRATION REPORT. [continued.] IV. Tun Price or Public Lands. On this important.question-"the ques- tion of questions"-we have given the evi- dence of Messrs. Icely, Dalhunty, Gnonr.E Cox, and Henry O'Brien, all of whom concur in reprobating the Govern- ment valuation of waste Innds ns being far beyond their intrinsic worth. We proceed to the evidence of other witnesses. Mr. George M'Leay.-" 22. Do you think it probable, if the price of Govern- ment lund were reduced to its former rate, that purchasers would be found so as to create another land fund? After public confidence is again restored, I think that by degrees there would ; though I am of opinion that no person would purchase land for sheep funning at thnt rate ;-the pastures most in request for sheep are dry hill and downs, unfit for any other 2>urpose whatever, so far as we yet know ; and the va...