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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 October 1842
' 'COASTERS OUTWARD?. October IO.- Univ», 32, Timm, for Shoal- haven, with sundries; Hangtr, Vi, UvericV, for Brisbane Watermill Port Aikvii,inhnllnsl; Jtwcr, 10, Thompson,' lor tltc 'Hawkesbury, with sundries; Pttllar, 1Ü, M'N/il, i'm-Wol- longong, willi sundries; and Thistle, Heauier, 127, Mulhall, for Morpc,b, w'l'» sundries. October ll.-litt, 12, Toole, for Kiama, with sundries ;. Rott, steamer, 172, Pattison, for Morpeth, will» sundries; Sarah, «, Ati ditrson.-for Lake Macquarie, with sundries; jfi/red, 12, Horpm, for Drisbono Water, in ballast; Favourite, 47, Angus,for the M'Lcay, in ballast ; Endeavour, 16, Shakcsbaft, for thc Hawkesbury, with sundries; Sovereign, | »teamer, ll!', Cape, for Morpeth, nilli sun- dries ; Elizabeth, 52, Shephard, for ibo Wil- liam'* Uiver, willi sundries; Dove, 13, Hort, íor Brisbane Waler, i» ballast; Sophia Jane, steamer, Ißß, Wiseman, for Wollongong, with sundries ; and Elizabeth, 13, Pott«, lor Broken Bay, iii ballast,
MUNICIPAL BUSINESS. COOK WARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 October 1842
; . MUNICIPAL BUSINESS.. ! . . ..Cook.Wju». .... ON Monday laátj au'opcn' .Court v thc New Court Huuïc, Woolloomooloo, for Ip chet' and Reih Aucssors. After thu Coi missions appointing the Alderman oud As- sessors had been read, thc Court d ii cc I cd the proper officer to call serialhn the' subjoined list of persona claiming to have their' names i inserted in thc citizen list far that ward, when none of tho parties appeared. The gonetol list far the ward was afterwards gone through, and such emendations made as were rendered necessary by thc mis-spelling nf some of the names of the individuals therein mentioned. After which, the list of claimants was again called over, wheo the Court adjourned till . Thc following is thc list of claimants, i » Crook Rev. William Pascoe, house, Sheriff's fGnrdeu, Macquaries tree t. Dargui Christopher, house, Surry Hills. ; Murray-John, houser Liverpool-street. Towys Robert Ov$a, house, Elisabeth-. . Taylor George, house, Brisbai Head Hoad. PiiiLLtr ...
CERTIFICATES OF DISCHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 October 1842
Thc following ia « ¡ut' of the person.1, who have had certificates of' dlschnrgo allowed mid confirmed to tliem since tho present In- solvent Law came into operation. Tho dates 'affixed to thc names' show the times when thc allowance nf thc certifícales were respectively .confirmed-:- ? ! James Wright. July ll James IJihB:. " 28, John Lublin.:.August-* 1 Henry Walton., ll Thomas Lcwcltin . ,, JI II. C. Mullel .? " ' 17 ltobcrl Jones.'.i " 2* John Pearson. " 2* John Aimmorth . " 21 (ieorße ltogci George Lloyd George Huggett. Botts Humphroys James,Stuart. Georgö Watson...'. Alexander Kinghurr . E. Weller . CAUTIOS TO INSOLVENTS.-Since th enrejen I | week began, a warrant has been issued against an insolvent for nut attending atasînglc meet- ing of his oreditoi-s. This insolvency being petty estate, thc Individual referred to, ough ' t this meeting ti t proper to put t ? MceTiMoj poa TO-DAY. - Tho ? Supreme . Court will lit at ten to-day for the disposa! of ;siich insolvency business a...
M'LEAY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 October 1842
M'LEAY UIVER. kroneri^Sepl. M, lSI'.-Ycstorday, tho Kev. Mr. Purni, from l^rt nlacciuario, p« formed diyin; worship in lin» village ! lue fir« lime the fl íjij pl Ru,) |,aj been publicly BWfllfJ il«* M Ao lost twelve moollii icvornl infinis were baptised. Tile new Coin roiiiioncrof Crown loads. Mr. Maisey, hu, commenced the dulles ol li» ófrico ? Ko «ai much required ¡n the district, in cciuermcnec »I '.ll? MtfHWt'v] illness of MoJ,;r. önkc«; "WIM Vtl.'iplt long, period every advantage was taken by ugyora on Hie river, either H fVlI'lf without a license, or selling cedar, vnleli, aller being branded in Hie nnnio of Ihe purchaser, they íre&lt;iitetilly re-sold in'(ho most unblushing manner to Qthçï. persons, who eared l|(|\o or naliilu» us lo buying such "|o|ln »? Merty, although with a. previous' knowledge of thc fact. There hos becïi no- thing hut one wholesale system of plunder in the cedar trade carried on. on lil. M'Leny, for : «on» Umf, P.»»l i nr,d some or thc pur ohol...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY. BEFORE the CHIEF COMMISSIONER. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 October 1842
I XiOMBaTlC XHXBX>ZtZp>IlNCll. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. Bzroiic thc CHIEF COUUIIIIOKCR. :lanned £10 19«., but the sum wo« ultimately reduced lo £D Ss. ; Jamel Jone«, £2 Si. Sid. ; Thomas Holmes, £11 13«. lil. ; Koljcrt Berry, £12 17a. 2d.; Surgeon Wollcr, £2 10«. In the «lote of Thomas Damian Dunidcn, _ single meeting: S.' Lyon«, £65 18«. 7d. ; Charlotte Haylock, £29 10«. lld.; D. Jon« and Co., £17 lu«. ; W. Walker, £24 IS«. Od. ; ' James Tegi, £9 7«.; Archibald Mitchell, £0 1«. Od. ; rf. Fisher, £258 13«. Od. ; W. Hebble whitc, ¿as, . In tho estate ol Michael Connor, a single .meeting: James Gnnnon, £41 Ss. 9d. ; W. J. 'Wake, £10 li«.; /tiMwbtian Chronicle, £6 :0i.2d.; J. T. Hughes, £Gj ; Thomas Wniné,, £210«. Od.; J. V. M. Wei«., £331.Gi. Od.: Andrew Lenehan, £17 Iii. sd. ; D. Jone« and | ICO., £300. This'insolvent was ing; apparel by t]io meeting-. S. A. Bryant, £32 12«. Sd. In the eit'nte of Robert meeline;: Chambers and Holden, £107 Gi. lld.; Archibald Mitchell, £7 IBs. 7d...
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. COURT OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 October 1842
COURT OF CLAIMS. Court of Claims Office, September 26, 1842. Notice is hereby given that the following Claims for Deeds of Grant of Land and Town Allotments, will be ready for the examination, of the Commissioners at the expiration of two &nbsp; months from this date, before which day any Caveat or Counter Claim must be entered at this Office. Due notice will be given of the days appointed for the hearings: 1144. John Layton, of Liverpool, or his assigns, 840 acres, county of St. Vincent, at Werribee, opposite Pig Island, Shoalhaven River; commencing on Shoalhaven River, ot the north-west corner of P. Dc Meslie'a 1300 acres. Ulis lund was located on an order of Governor Dnrlingy dated ÏCtb July). 1S27, in favour of J. Layton, who, it would: appear, hat sold to W. Graham of Shoal- haven. The description was inserted itt thc Gazette notice of 3lit May, ]S42,'iri tho nome of the promisee. 1143. Michael Byrne,'of Cainnbe'IItown, on Infant, by his solicitor, John Ogle, Eiq.,1 40 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 October 1842
S^^^^ " ' TlállMs ov SUISSCRÍTTÍ^Ñ. \ ? Stints, Fifteen Shillings per Quarter. Siitf/le Numbers, Sixpence. Cou»fri/, Seventeen Shillings and Sixpence per Quarter I Tenper eenl. discount for payment in advance, and ten per cent, added if account« are allowed lo run over six months. J J CASU TURMS l'Oit ADVKRTIS BM KNTS. 1 For one inch and under, 'Two S/iilHni/s and Sixpence, and One Sliilihitj for evert/ additional inch, for each, insertion. fi, oii/v pomms authorised to receive Moneys and Communications on account of thc " SYDNEY MORNING I Trini n" irmvni ni tl,» nm"" "r n .ur 7- 7 7 7~! -"-~-~-~~-'-~ ' --^-^--- ~-~ ... --= ?Itmtlandand Wollombi; Mu. D. L. SI'ILLANK, Campbelltown; Mn. JOHN COLEMAN, Penrith . Ai it lt DAVISON I'ailtoL^ nbluMmn, Lower George-street, Syd,, ey) «rc Mu. JOHN HAUUIS, Collector, Sydney ; MR. JOSBPII HUNT, Balmain; Mn. JOHN LISOOMIIE, Bathurst.; Mu. LABAN WHITE, Windsor; Mu. [Inuit TxT*, Parramatta Mn. A. VV. LARYMOUE, Liverpool; Mu. WILLIAM BAUNEKD RHODES,...
COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 October 1842
' COASTERS INWARDS. j October 11 -John, 37, Steele, from New- castle, with Coals, Shamioil, steamer, 200, Gilmore, fiom Moipctli, with 200 bushels ?wheat 20 tinsses linj , Not thumba land, 17, Denim, fiam Poit Aiken, with shells, Wil- liam, 3, llnmmet, fiom Like Macqunue, in lmllast, Youvy Que ii, ¿I, Watson, ftom the Paterson, with 7J bushels m.u/e, 7000 shingles, J000 botiids, 30 tons buk, Induitit/, 10, Johnson, from M cruja, with 200 bushels wheat, 1 ton butter, 7000 shingles, 50 bushels maize, 1 ton wattle bark Bard t, Lcyary, 53, Henton, fiom Wollongong, with ó tons bark, 1,200 fcettimbei, 200 bushels maize, 12,000 shingle«.
COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 October 1842
, COASTERS OUTWARDS. | October 11.- William, 3, Ilammet, for Lake Macmimie, with sundries; Northuviberland, 17, Dennis, for Brisbane Water mid Port Aiken, in ballast ; Waterwitch, 37, Evans, for Broulee, with sundiies; Henry, 15, Brown, for Lake Mncqnaiip, in ballast; Shamrock, steamer, 200, Gihnoic, for Morpeth, with sundries; John, 37, Steele, for Newcastle, in ballast; Some»tut, S, Prankard, for the llawkcsbuiy, with sundiies.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 October 1842
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. We interl foi' the information of the Public an Abstrati of (¡ft (/¡e Public Sala which tuhe place ? " THIS DAY. ai Bj »AiiuEr, LYONS.-At his Mart, ai .: ' o'clock, Flax, Hosiery, Oilman's Stores, J Pork, Sugar, and Colibe; at 12 o'clock, I Drapery. f THE SuEinrr.-On the premises, Pitt-stroot pH'lflb at 11 o'clock, Groceries, and House- hold f uriitture, COUNTRY SALES. , MR. JAMES BY JINKS.-At Sforty Knolls, near Parramatta, October l8, Horses, Cart, and Harness, and the Estate of Stony Knoll». Mn.GEORGE 1'AUL.-On the premises of Mr. Tindall, Penrith, Horses; at the Rose Inn, Cottle, Goats, &c. THE SHERIFF.-At Maitland, October 14, Household Furniture, Horses, and Cattle. Mu. TuRNEn.-At Mailland, October 24, Cattle mid HoiscB,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 October 1842
[ADVEnTISEMDNT.] To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. GENTLEMEN,-I observe in your journal of this day, a report of the evidence given by Mr. Polls and Mr. Dunlop, in the insolvent estate of John Neilson. Conceiving that the distorted and misrepresented statement s made in these exparle proceedings, are calculated to produce an impreajjton very different from that which would result from a true and full disclosure of the transactions alluded to, I think it proper to notice these proceedings : although, considering the sources from whence they emanate, I shall do so as briefly as possible. _ 1 may be allowed to state, that the allega- tions contained in Mr. Potts' evidence have already been the subject of a strict and care- ful investigation before the arbitrators, one nf whom was nominated by Mr. Potts, and the other by Neilson's trustees. Mr. Potts lifts thus had the means afforded bim of ob- taining satisfaction for any supposed claim on mo, or on Neilson's trustees, and h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 October 1842
O TI C E .-'In consequence of disputes between Charterer», gents, und Owners of Shipping, no advertisement will, in future, be1 re- ceived, except it mentions to whose account it must, be charged. 'fpilli Proprietors ol' the Hvruld ?" draw the pnrticuhir intention ol . their Subscribers to their intention of charging ten per cent, interest on nil nccounlsof iipwurdsof six months' standing. KEMP AND FAIRFAX. Ñ
DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 October 1842
DEPARTURE. l-'or Port Phillip, yesterday, the schooner Timbo, Cuptnin Bentley, with a general caigo. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Vaugluin, Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Schofield, Rev. Mr. Tuckfield ; flteeruge-Miss Wilson, Mr. und Mrs. L'un liiuifhoin, Messrs. May, O'connell, Thornhill, and Good.''
SUUM CUIQUE. To The Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 October 1842
?= 4 SUÜM CUIQUK. To IhcEihlois of the Sydney Morning JW GENTLEMEN,-As I do not wish to takeerodit for the performance of an act in winch I «w no part, nor to deprive other« of that wine» is justly their due, I trust you will allow me to correct an error or two in ) our report 01 the trial of Patrick Killoney, for "stabbing, with intent, &c." As Hie case is dinoun ana interesting in a professional point ot vic», you will perhaps give admission to a succiii« narrative of it, which will also rectify he mistake? »UmM to. The wound was innictea. vtiih a common round ended table knife thrown from the hand, Killoncy standing at die distance of about three yards from Hillier, »bo was sitting at another table with his left ..detowirtls the other, tint the knife was thrown with gi eat violence is evident from the depth to winch it penetrated, (ncnily two inches) -ind from the force leqnircd to extract it fixed in a^ it appears to hav e been betvv cen the bick of the low er jaw and th...
To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 October 1842
I To the Editors of the Sydney Morning 7/eroH, ? Get.TI rvirtí,-We arc at this moment as posi B tiv ely mulei the sw ay of an aristocratic go- ? v ei iiuieut as if vv e were inhabitants of foboUV I The late proceedings with regard to the I alteration in the police establishments, and I ltioicpaiticulail) of this district most clear!) I pto\e this to be the case Unrepresented In I any wa) whatcvei m the government of ti o * land, we see oin intciests and our liants J sacrificedlo the wily chicanery of a devoted worsluppei of mammon 1 o show more pur iicuhuly to what I refer, I shall sunily re late some f icts connected with this district to which peihaps it was not the interest of any m the Council Chamber to allude wlen the Police Lstimatcs were under discussion With a MOW, as it has been said, to lessen the expeudituie of the public nionej, the Gov ei nor has taken it upon himself to deprne, cet tain distrnts of their Police Magistrate*. and to rely on his own information ana judgm...
NEWS FORM THE INTERIOR. (From our various Correspondents.) PENRITH RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 October 1842
nr-ws rmornt TUB INT-BIOX. | (From our various Correspondents.) PENRITH RACES. THE Penrith Races caine oil on Tuesday. For the town plate of one hundred sovereigns three horses entered ; they carne in as follows : Mr. C. Roberts's br. f Quail ...." 1 1 Mr. Bayley'« c. g. Eclipse. 2 2 Sir J. Jamison's b. li. Sir Charles.. S 3 This was a beautiful race. The first heat was won by Quail by a neck, the three hois-cs together tile whole distance. The second beat was wen by Quail easily ; Eclipse quite lame. Tlio second race was for the maiden plata of thirty sovereigns. There were five en- trances : Mr. Houston's b. g. Lottery. 1 1 Mr. Single's c. f. Lady Anne .... 2 2 Mr. C. Roberts's b. f. Fancy ... 3 4 Mr. Russell's b. f. Lady Jane .... 4 3 Mr. C. Smith's br.h.Chillington.. 5 5 Both heats were won easily by_ Lottery. For the Tally-ho stakes of fifty sovereigns, three horses entered : Mr. Roberts's b. g. Plutus . 1 1 Mr. Prcsnell's br. li. Jerry Sneak 2 2 Major Lettsom's c. g. Prince .....
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. SNAKES. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 October 1842
OKI a: WAI ooamaa rovsuoi, 8NAKI«, To the Editort of the Sydney Morning Herald. GtNTLi MEN,-It appears that the recent wann weather has caused these noxious reptiles to diavvjforth fiom their lurking piucos, to the great inconvenience, and in many instances imminent diingei, ot thoso whose biHneas io flequen ti) at this season brings them into many parts of the bush Hie ¿Hh and 2&lt;;th instant was in this part cxticmely hot, paiticulaily the 25th, winch was hot, not onlj fiom tin bright shining ufa ijtiong sun, but aUo fiona,il)igji andl)Qtu|nd, which, fiqm aboi(t ha(f an lioqr after sunrise, until about tin same lune betöre sunset, con* tinued to blow the whole ol the day, rendei nig the heit ver) oppiosMic On the evening ot this day, my overscei hawng oomsion to go into ll|c bush, some distance norn the houce, oemgnccouipuiued by c\»ou»v.OUiite Uqgs, tip was not long out,w hen pissingheedles'l) overa fen small branches that 11) in his wa), in an instant, and unperceivcd, ...
LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—CRIMINAL SIDE. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 October 1842
IAW XKTmMGEKan. -«, SUPREME COURT.-CIUMINAL SIDE. WKDNESDAY. BEFORE His Honor Chief Justice Sir JAME» DOWLING. ASSAULT WITH IHTENT TO RAVISH. William Hobson was indicted for having on t'nc 10th June lust, committed an assault upon Maria Swaine, willi intent to ravish. The prisoner plended not guilty. Ile was defended by Mr. Windeyer. The ATTORNET-GBNEIIAI. opened the case by stating to the Jury, that as the case was disclosed tri them in its propres«, it would be found to present some extraordinary features. The prisoner was charged with an assault on the person of Maria Swaine, with intent to ravish her. This was the second prosecu- tion which had arisen out of the same trans- action, a man named Childs having been tried before this Court on a similar charge the lust Criminal Sessions, and the Jury on that oc- casion lound Childs guilty of a common as- sault only. At his trial a great deal of con- tradictory evidence was brought forward, and he had no doubt that the same,sort of de...