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SHIP ON FIRE. (Communicated by Capt. Hoskin.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 October 1842

SHIP ON FIRE. (Communicated by Cup!. Hoskin.) _ | Jixirnct Irom Hie " bog Hook " ol' the ship Jlenown, Cnpt. AVilliam Hoskin, on lier voyngo from Sydney, Now South AValcs, bound to Liverpool ; Saturday, 25th June, 181-2. " At 9, n m , peiccived a slinngc smell in the cabin , lit noon ovci hauled the wholo ves- sel, but found nothing to account tor it, at M past noon, cleared the sail cabins, stoic tooms, &c , and in so doing found the smc.ll caine from the hold, between the hulk-head of the cabin and the liall-dock , the smell in- creased so fast having even sjinploinof the uool being on lire, tinned the people lo im- mediately, to get pait of the provisions cn deck, all the spirit», oil, rope, &c , and closed all down, and made every tiling as air-tight as possible, set all possible sill, and kept the ship bcfoio the wind for Rio, cleared away the long-boat and pinnace, and got tackles rove icad} for hoisting the boats out. Lit obs 21° 20 S. ' Sunday, 2dth Tune mode...

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PENRITH RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 October 1842

PENRITH RACES. I Tur. following arc the correct entries for tin Penrith Races, which commence to-monoi, mid from the character of the horsci en- tered, there can be no doubt, but the leren of the turf will be much gratified by the in ¡icipatcd sport. Great preparations are nuki«! in Penrith for the accommodation of the Mit- ral visitors. The betting at present is in fovotit of Eclipse winning the Penrith Town Hate, and Tranby, the Publican's Purse. Fifty to forty has been offered, mid taken, that Eclifit wins the first two prizes. %Grcat pains Inn been taken to have the Penrith'wco-coum in the best possible order. First Day. The Penrith Town Plate of one hundred sovereigns. Sir John Jamison's b.h. Sir Charles, by Gratis, three years old, blue and yellow stripes and black cap. Rider-Badkin. Mr. C. G. Bayley's e.g. Eclipse, by Whisker, aged, black jacket and white cap. Rider M'Grath. Mr. C. Roberts's br.f. (ÍMniV,byGratb,thrti years old, crimson jacket and black cop, The Maiden Plate ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 October 1842

SPECIAL NOTICE. rpHE Subscribers to this Paper, A and the Public generally, arc respectfully*! nformed, thnt in futura 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 per cent, 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, for which ten per cent, will be al- lowed ; tlie subscription in ad vane« being £1 Us. 6d. per half year; and the Proprietors must be furnished nt the time with a written under tiking 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 due will b...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 October 1842

BIRTHS. In Elizabeth-street, on the 6th instant, the lady of H. R. Whittell, Esq., Surgeon, of a daughter.   At Stonequarry, on the 6th October, the wife of George Commins, of a son. The lady of Robert William Newman, Esq., of a son and heir. DEATHS. On Friday night last, at ten minutes past nine o'clock, at his residence, Surry Hills, after a lingering illness, Mr. W. B. Parker, many years Assistant Town Surveyor, aged thirty years. On the 15th September, on his returning from Carcoar to Bathurst, Mr. George Lake, aged forty years, formerly master of the whaling barque Harriet, of London, having struck against a projecting branch of a tree, was thrown from his horse, by which so severe a wound was inflicted in the head that instant death ensued.

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 October 1842

LAW INTELLIGENCE   SUPREME COURT- Insolvency Business WEDNESDAY. BEFORE Mr. Justice Burton. ELECTION OF TRUSTEES. The Chief Commissioner moved that the elections of the following trustees be con- firmed, which was ordered accordingly: Estates. Elected Trustees.     Ward Stephens W. J. Lennon Robert Howe J. Hyde Potts and G. Day Wood Parry Long Thomas Smith.   A similar application was afterwards made by the Chief Commissioner, in order that the appointments ol' the provisional trustees in the following estates be confirmed; this application was also complied with. Estate . Provisional Trustees. Samuel Pearce Walter Gray Street and Beaumont Henry Phillips T. Revel Johnson Andrew Lenehan Wm. Neil Monies Walter Gray James Harden Walter Gray Moses Brown Walter Gray Wm. Newton Major Edwards Joseph Newton D. Egan, John Holds- worth, and Lewis Burrowes. PLANS of DISTRIBUTION. The Chief Commissioner next moved that the plans of distributio...

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MECHANICS' SCHOOL OF ARTS. MR. RAE'S SECOND LECTURE ON THE ENGLISH [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 October 1842

MECHANICS' SCHOOL OF ARTS; HR. RAE*» SECOND LECTURE ON THE ENGLISH " ." . LANOUAOU., On lucsday evening, Mi Rae delivered his «ccond leetmc on the LnBlish I anciiagi, which he lllustiated bj numcious quotations from poets and prose writers from the time of   Chaucer to the present day. The language   used, in the time of Chaucer, in the lowland districts of Scotland, had less mixture of the Norman, but was in other respects (and long continued so) very similar to the English   As literary improvements generally travelled from the south to the north, Scotland was later than England in furnishing native writers. Thus the era of Chaucer, in Eng- land, was that of rhyming chroniclers in Scotland, and, to anticipate a little, between the years 1401 and 1509, while England pro duced nothing in the shape of genuine poetry, Scotland gave birth to a race of true poets,   who (in the words of Wharton) displayed a degree of sentiment and spir...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 October 1842

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. FRIDAY. BEFORE THE CHIEF COMMISSIONER.       PROOF OF CLAIMS     Third meetings were held in the estates of Jeremiah Donelly and of James William Mooney, and a special meeting also took   place in the estate of Sarah Boon; but no claims were proved against either estate. In the estate of R. Champley Rutter, a   second meeting: Thomas Broughton, £8 5s. 2d.; Neblock and Tapp, £8 2s. 5d.; James   Watsford, £155 18s. 9d. In the estate of Joseph Newton, a first meeting: Henry Steele and Son, £4284 0s. 6d; R.J. Want, £412 5s 4d.; S. Lyons, £143       19s. 3d.; Melville and Andrews, £452 4s. 7d. In the estate of William Clarke, a special       meeting: J. and W. Byrnes, £26 8s. 2½d.;   Thomas Haynes, £43 1s. 10d.; Richard Webb,   &...

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DEPARTURES.—NONE. PORT PHILLIP SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 October 1842

DEPARTURES-None. PORT PHILLIP SHIPPING. | Arrivals -September 27 -Ocean, barque, 560 tons, James Ward, master, from Liver-     pool, 12th May, and it Rio de Janeiro, 1st Au ugst. Passengers-cabin, Alnstnu M'Kcn/ic, Lsq , (Deputy Shciill), lndv, child, mid ser vant, Tatrick Ciliss m, 1 <¡q , M 1) , 1 >d), ii\ children, and sen nut Mr mid Mri Duggin, Miss 1 jic, Messis 1 boinas O kill, Anthon) Collins, Donald M'I aush, Chirles Ii), md Robeit G unpbcll Yuille tntcrmcdiitc, Mr mid Mrs M lisbali uid child, Mr und Mr« Bin nt, and foui childi cn, Mr md Mis Don nell), Mr and Mrs Pom li and child, Mistes Unmet Jennings, I nucos G nimm, mid Mm tim Ward, Musis lames Robson, lohn 1 lavelle, John Ritchie, A\ ilhnm Moore loshtii mid Junes Vognu, 1. II DuiC3, lliomis Howson, G D Murra), Henry Cunning, 1 liornas Snndcison, Willum mid Joseph Bir kctt, mid I unes Alcxnndei , sixt) iota »n the steerage -Pott l'lulhp Patt tot bcptcmbei 28-Instan, barque, 181 tons...

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NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR. (From our various Correspondents.) BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 October 1842

navra thom mu iwt»«o«. j (From our various Correspondents.) BATHURST. The Bathurst Road-In consequence of the   favourable weather, this road continues in a very passable condition, with the exception of the last twenty miles, where the bridges are more or less in a very dilapidated state, several of them having large holes in them,   which renders it unsafe for a small gig to pass along them even in daylight. The non- erection of the bridge between Kelso and Bathurst is also generally complained of, not only by the inhabitants of the district, but   also by the sealers from the Wellington dis- trict, who are necessitated to pass along that road with their wool and other produce to the Sydney market, as well as in returning home with their supplies; scarce a week passes but several gigs, carriages and drays, are to be seen broken down on the part of the road re- ferred to, and no farther back than last Satur- day week, besides other accidents, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 October 1842

O' y4 Ma*Wa«4M«r«, «ina »oratm* maft» ssag ?.mm» MOORI sud HEYDON beg to draw the ] aiUntion of persons building in Sydney, ta the great convenience of having close at »and, Stone Work of every description, ready wvought, at price» considerably lower than at any stoney ard or quany in the neighbourhood of the city. A few of the price» are sub- joined ! Hearthstone» Md. per foot, superficial Bick hearths, 2s. each, being about from 7s. to 10s. per pair Paving or flagging, 8d. per superficial foot twelve inch Coping, per foot run, lOd. Wii.dow sills up to 3 feet 6 inches, 5a 5 all ext-a lengths accordingly Gutter stones, 5s. each; 12 inch channel, per foot, 1». r Step» ifid. per foot Fire dogs or hobs, 2s. (Id. per pair And all other works proportiouably cheap. Hart's Building«, Pitt-street. 4SU8 «a Sale a« tne Stores ef toe Undersigned. PRIME IRISH PORK, in barrels, of the celebrated brands,-Cummins, Shaw, and Buffield Gould, Morgan, 4c Iron of all siaes, flat, Tound, and square. HEN...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGNECE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 October 1842

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.   ARRIVALS. From Port Phillip, on Saturday last, having left the 30th ultimo, the schooner Thomas Lord, 70 tons, Captain Brown, with sundries. Passengers-Mr. Guille ; steerage-Mrs. Co- nolly, and Mr. Smith. From London via Port Phillip, the same day, having left the formcr 8th June, the latter 1st instant, the barque Aden, 422 tons, Captain Waddell, with a general cargo. Passengers from London.-Miss Eleven, Mr. Lowe, lady, and servant, D. Chambers, Esq.,     lady, three children, and servant, Mr. M'Dowall, W. A. Young, Esq., (Sheriff), lady,   two children, and servant, Miss. Robinson,     Mr. Gunning, Mr. Clements, Mr Cowell, Mr. M'Connell, Mr. M'Connell, jun., Mr. Gardener, Mr. Eicke ; left, at Port Phillip - Mr. and Miss Rose, Mr. Sylvester, Mr. Weston, Mr. W. Archer, Mr. J. Archer, Mr. Smith, Dr. and Mrs. Whitfield, Mr. A. Whit-   field, and Mr. Gaine ; cabin passeng...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 October 1842

17 O T Z C JJ. /ft. rpiIE intended visit of the jRv A SHAMROCK i^Jaj[{Mji)^>k stramrt to Moreton Buy,uiver. ^55Sí£SiSí tiscd to ¡cave Sydney on Satur- day', the loth instant, is postponed till further notice. FRANCIS CLVRKE, Manager. Hunter River Steam Navigation Company's Whaif, October 8. 5008 roK MOKStON SAY. - frVlE Steamer having been A taken off the berth, the Schooner JOHN PIRIE, C. ¿-.--Duke, muster, will sail on ihc 15th instant. She is now loading at Thorn's Wharf, Darling Harbour, has excellent cabin accommodations, and room for a few mire steerage passengers, and will continue an a regular trader. For freight or passage apply to the Captain on board, or to 5032 A.B. SPARK. T, T For Melbourne, »ort rtallllp. TU1E brig A CHRISTINA, daily expected, will sñl for the -. -_ 5^553 above port on an early day. For freight or pussage apply to A. B. SMITH and CO. October 8. 5033 PUK MBX.BOTTK1V«, 'UK frc fast-sailing schooner THOMAS LORD, vSj]?^ taking in cargo at Campbell's .J*...

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RATES OF INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 October 1842

RATES OF INSURANCE. I London-2 lo 2} peí tent. I Hobart Tow n-1 per tent. I Launceston-11 percent. I _Pott Adelaide- 2 per cent. I

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RATES OF FREIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 October 1842

j RATES OF FREIGHT. I Hobart Town-.CI 5s. per ton Launceston-£<i 10s. p0r ton ' New Zealand and South Australia-£2 in. portón. ",ilm Port Phillip-£2 10s. per ton. ¿ÄWo"11Rlletlb'i0i1^'..

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 October 1842

COASTERS OUTWARDS. October 7 -Fly, 10, Leirge, for kiama, with sundi les, lucy Ann, 55, lay lui, lui W ilium s Rnir, with sundi les, ¡>nte> s, iS, Morton, tor Newcastle, in ballast, Nun ni n, 23, Bowen, loi Hiisbanc Wuter, with sundries, tonntest of Wilton 111, Whcallaiul, for Newcastle, m ballast, J/iiwuoiii, ¿7, Porter, for Lake Mac quorie^in billast, / tien, 45, Gillies foi the AI'Leay, wah sundi tea, Itoiei s Bude, 49, Hoy te for Port Stephens, with sun di les , Geuiyinna, 25, M'lntyre, for the Hunter, with sundiics October 8 -Fxpress, 34, Graham, for Bris Lane Water, with sundries, Harnett, 15, (muso, for limb nie Water, with sundries, William the J ourtli steamer, 56, Sullivan, for 1 ast Gosfoid, with sunducs I ink, l8 Mathews, for the M'/.taj, with sundries, thallcngii, 11, Abbott, for Port Macqiiaue, in ballast, Mun/ inn, 7, Shaw, for the Haw kesbui), in hilhst J it/ifi, id, Coik, foi Port Macquarie, in b illast, Shamrock, steamer, 200, Gilnioii, foi Moipah, with sundr...

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DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 October 1842

DUTIES. I. spirits and tobacco, auk USIUm.v ,"," ,; SOHD-awoiHEa ARTIC.« (routt"^ Brandy . ». i. Gin.... ..-B» b. p. Rum.;;;;;;;.'j o Foreign Kum .'.'.',..$ J Tobacco, manufactured....!!!. , " lobacco, uinniinufacturcil ..!!. i ,

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ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE. TUESDAY, OCT. 11, 1842. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 October 1842

ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE. Tuesday, Oct. 11, 1842. Will be performed, THE PRISONER OF WAR. A Vaiiety of Entertainments. To conclude willi THERESE, THE ORPHAN OP GENEVA

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SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 October 1842

j SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. ' Stock on hand 1st instant.-U. 1'. rum, 15.1,577 gallons; brandy, 222,919 gallons; ? [in, 58,159 gallons; other spirits, 68,253 gah ons ; fig and Cavendish tobacco, 616,077 pounds ; Brazil ditto, 64,824 pounds ; leaf ditto, 33,689 pounds ; cigars, 83,000 pounds ; antill', 12,575 pounds. Received dining the week.-B. P. rum, nil; brandy, 532 gallons; gin, 485 gallons; other epiiitb, nil ; fig and Cavendish tobacco, 810 gallons'? other spiriü/s.^ glf0"."V *¡ Cavendish tobacco,(,2112pounds T.! ÍC.M' -.i leaf ditto, nil; .cigar^.ft^Jo, 321 gallons; other rplrili 88«'"«'' gi? and Cavendish tobacco, 1,2¿0 noun« °n! ditto nil ; leaf ditto, nil ; 'XT »V Br? snufi; nil. ' ' c'enrs» ¿85 pounij ^ lÄr °'¡, hnnd ,8lh »»taiit.-B. P rJ 146,295 gallons ; brandy, 221 MS I'll"""' gm, 57.983 gallons; olhcr spirit,,%¡, Ä1" i hg ana Cavendish tobacco, «1 ? Brazil ditto, 61,824 pounds; kVf d ltoP Í !j

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DIARY. Memoranda for This Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 October 1842

DIARY. Memoranda for This Day. I October. I .SU,N\ I «"?«.«»? I rises I spjj. I morn | even llT'TunsDA y I 5 12TC l8 I 2 0 | 2 30 First Quarter, Oct. 11, io m. past 4, afternoon

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 October 1842

PROJECTED DEPARTURES. _ . Loudon-LADY RAFFLES, 300, J. Wel- ler, agent, l'ith October. London-WILLIAM FULCHER, 21«, J. B. Metcalfe, agent, 20th Uctobcr. London-SUPPLY, 123, A. Gore, agent, 25th October. Hobart Town. - WATERLILY, 155, A. and S. Lyons, agents, 13th October. Poit Phillip-TIMBO, 123, J. B. Metcalfe, agent, 9th October. Launceston-WILLIAM, 149, J. Thom, agent, 11th October. Launceston-TAMAR, 117, A. B. Smith and Co., agents, 13th October. South Australia-SULTANA, 874, G. L. Robinson and Co., agents, 13th October. New Zealand-BRISTOLIAN, 160, J. B. Metcalfe, agent, 11 tit October. South Sea Islands-CINTRA, 1H, R*. Bourne and Co., agents, lilli October.

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