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BATHURST RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 October 1842

I BATHURST RACES. ] J Tur. weather was very favourable, with an csceii,»"ii of a stiff breeze, which raised the dust very unpleasantly for the spectatoie. FIRST DAY. First Race-Bathurst Town Plate of £75 : Three horses were entered, but only two stalled; Mr. Watt'sg.h. Skeleton, aged, 9st. (¡His. blue and pink (owner). Major Hunter's Marchioness, by Dover, three years, 7st. 3lbs. tartan and black, (Cox). Mr. Cox's b. g. Prince, drawn. This race was won easy hy Skeleton, he taking the lead at a racing pnce ; Iii* mare never caught bim ; he won hy about four length»-even betting at starting. Second Hace-a Maiden Plate of ¿30 : Eight horses started; Mr. Lee's b.g. Be- nelong, five years, 8st. 9lbs, red and green. (owner). Mr. Leslie's b.b. Black Ball, aged, ¡lit. iilbs. green and white, (Healy). Mr. Malthews's c. g. Tul Tal, aged, 9st. 3lbs. pink and white, (owner). Mr. Kable's b. h. Swal- low, five years, 8st. Olbs. tartan and black, (Mickey). Mr. Flanaghan's b. g. Miss Flirt, four ye...

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—CRIMINAL SIDE. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 October 1842

UW KNTBLLIOaVCE, SIPREME COUltIV-CanjiNAi SIDE. _ _ WrnNrsnw. B:ror.E Mr. Justice BURTON and a common Jury, FRAUDULENT INSOLVENCY. Wm. James Mooney, free by servitude, was indicted for having committed au act of fraudulent insolvency, on the Bil» of Mareh, 1841. A second count charged the same offence as having been committed on the J7tli of August last. Tile fraud was alleged to have been committed for the purpose of de I'raudine; John Moring, and others, the de- fendant'» creditors. While the Jury wpre bping sworn }n, the prisoner challenged ona at the Jurors named Wilson, on the ground that the gentleman objected to, followed the same business as the defendant. The COURT informîd the defendant, that as the Jury wçs ahjnt to try a case of misde- meanour, it wa; not competent for lum to challenge without cause, and it was of opinion ¿hat Mr. Wilson being of the same ti ade willi 'defendant, wa? not a valid ground of chal- lenge. Tlje. SoMciTqnrGENERAfj enquired of Mr. Wilson whethe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 October 1842

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. We insert for the information of Hie Public an Abstract of all the Public Salts which luke ¡dare . THIS DAY. Foss AN» LLOYD-At their Rooms, at 11 o'clock, Gentlemen's Boots, Flour, Barley, Mustard, Loaf Sugar, Sextant, Leather, Paper Hangings, Window Glass, Port and Sherry Wines, &c. MR. S. LYONS-At his Mart, at 11 o'clock, the Hull of the brig /Jiislraliun Oak, Flour, Ten, Window Gluss, SilverWntches,Brandy, Sherry, &c. Ma. POLACK-At the Cattle Market, at 11 o'clock, Cuttle, Cows ; nt the Bazaar, at 12 o'clock, Entire Horse, Chariot, Carriage, Gig, Horse and Harness, Horses, Cab, Sedan Chair, &c.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS.—NONE. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 October 1842

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.   ARRIVALS.-NONE. DEPARTURES. For Adelaide, South Australia, yesterday, the ship Sultana, Captain Lyell, in ballast. Passenger-Mr. Burn. For Auckland, New Zealand, the same day, the brig Bristolian, Captain Thomas, with a     general cargo. Passengers-Rev. J. White- head, Mrs. Worthington and child, Mrs Breaz,   Messrs. Louis, Cooper, Broadbent, Perry,   and Blackett. Steerage--Mr. Otta and three children, Messrs., Hayward, Ramplin,   and Kerr. For Hobart Town, the same day, the   schooner Waterlily, Captain Brown, with a   general cargo. Passengers-Mrs. Taylor,     Mrs. Montagus and child, Mr. Crocker,   Signor Dalle Case, Signorinas Anna and Amelia Dalle Case, steerage- nine, twenty-     five prisoners of the Crown, twelve rank and file of 80th Regiment.   For Auckland, the same ...

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 October 1842

o;^»«I,V;-e> SfcoASTERS INWARDS: | Octobei 11.-Sophia Jane, steamer, lío, Wiseman, from Wollongong, with 01 bags potatoes, 11 bagi mai/c, 40 tinsses hay, &c., Maitland, steamer, 103, Parsons, from Pott Macquaries, with sundnos Currency Lait, 10, Moon, fiom Bl lui) me Watei, with shells, Tnal, 14-, Robinson, liom the M'Ltnj, willi dOOO feet of cedar , Met maid, 12, Daw es, from the Hnwkesbur}, with 300 bushels corn, 2 tons flour, Lonna, 10, Croad, from Morpeth, with, 200 bushels mawe, and 1 ton bark , Dolphin, 10, Nicholson, fiom Port Aiken, with shells,, Fly, 20, Williams, horn Biisbnne Water, with 11,000 feet tunbci SoLtreign, stenmei, 119, Cape, from Morpeth, with l8 bales hay, 121 bne/s niauc, and 31 bigs potatoes , Mailha, 121 limn Newcastle, with coals, Jli/ndci, 30, Binnenu, fiom Kiama, with 12,000 feet hard wood , I liza Ann, 32, Gaunson, fiom Broulee, with 130bushels wheat, and 10 tons potatoes.

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SHORT REVIEW OF THE WOOL TRADE FOR TEN YEARS (From an English Paper.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 October 1842

TRADE FOR TEN YEAU* Ul'' ÏHiî^'uUi i.»» Äri^W I IN 831, the total quantity Vf .1 lamb s wool unpoited ho LM P a"d and from oui ow colo I. g" C01ln,"B i 1,652,0201b, lomc'' amoi'»ted (, SoMVKiilbi10 t0tal 1»a»"*y amounted t" i he increase of imports, fliersf,,.,, years, ha» been n^J.m,]%$%!»* An mcreme of tnde hoi«.. Pî "'" .Iwaj.bnng , ".""tof,Ti¡\ft J« case of the woo tiade. the nni,nnV '" tlle ïïï?rd hei -^Ä-ssst jet the increase of imnoii, ¡L r l Luropew only 1,860,20«!,, ,rom ft»* And sceinif that in lstl n« - 2, W4,«olbs .and ," » ""ni, , ol'»1 (making t diBeunce ol í Í 4M, ?! eftect we iinpoited leu wool |, ' » luiopeinlMl than ," IS)] by Ä Hie incitase of the »no1 tujctl« f1 dois not iLSiilt hom ti ulè «îil r "" Lmope i,oni whence, then de a "A , In 1831 the quantity of wool y " thenvLr Plate, Chili, ""J fft'i' U 2901b. , m 18Hl,t«.nounuaioTir*MÎÎJ Ibu is a piofltable tiadefor £& being with eountiw, winch ," B0 "¡"ft nvnlry with Lngl i,,d, beui^Ä' ' .nan iifaclui mg c...

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CLEARANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 October 1842

CLEARANCE. For Launceston, the schooner Tamar,   Captain Bell, with a general cargo. Pas-   sengers-Mr. Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Raven, and rec in the steerage.    

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. THE ART OF ADVERTISING. (From Blackwood's Magazine.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 October 1842

aarwaa: SXTBACTI, THE ART OF ADVERTISING. (From Blachvood's Magazine.) lim art of advertising, as at present practised in the world of London, may be acceptable. Our remarks, the judicious reader will have long since perceived, are intended to be less historical than obser- vant; the scope and purport of these papers is the delineation of what is, rather than the relation of what has been. The history of advertising, had we leisure to pursue it, would form an amusing inquiry; the rude attempts to attract publicity in the earlier epochs of our commercial struggles, when our merchants and re- tailers resorted to bazars or markets, as the orientals do at this day, and when the bellman went about to Announce, in viva voce advertisements, the merits of some newly-arrived cargo of merchandise. The quaint phraseology of the announcements in the public, prints, when their columns were first opened to the service of the trader, are highly entertaining, showing what an important affair an adv...

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IMMIGRATION.—1842. MINUTES OF EVIDENCE TAKEN BEFORE THE IMMIGRATION COMMITTEE.—[Continued.] WEDNESDAY, JULY 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 October 1842

IMMIGRATION. - 1842                   MINUTES OF EVIDENCE TAKEN BEFORE THE IMMIGRATION   COMMlTTEE.-[Concluded.]   WEDNESDAY, JULY 27.     LACHLAN MACALISTER, Esq., called in   Á ,'; 4 * *, and examined : .lil» 3 -t __ *__ it î 'J. *ou are extensively engaged in sheep iMitfarniing? Yes, nud cattle farming also. 'v " ' 2. You have stations in the district of '* portier Inlet ? I have. 3. Do you find any difficulty in obtaiu ¡5-ing labourin that remote part of th3 colony? ?»?»»I am obliged to send labourera from here, n und have much difficulty in getting them -1-* down ; I have nlso to pay their expenses. 4. Have you been able to obtain labour at'ft-moderate rate at Corner Inlet? No. .a m. «5. »What wages do you give shepherds * * nnd labourers there ? I have none at less than fiom £24 to _-*30 per annum,...

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The Sydney Morning Herald. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." EVIDENCE OF THE IMMIGRATION REPORT. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 October 1842

&h? âjutotug íUonung &fraHr. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1842. -H " Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am 1." EVIDENCE OF THE IMMIGRATION REPORT. [CONTINUED.] (Dun last two articles contained evidence as lo the cruel impolicy of Go\ eminent in raising the minimum price of waste lands fiom 5s. to 12s. nn acre-a measure to the operations of which most of the wit- nesses ascribe the present embarrassments of the colony. In a supplementary article, .we announced that Lord STANLEY'S Land Bill had passed the Commons, and had been printed by order of the Lords ; and that in this precious enactment, the upset price of land was further raised from 12s. to 20s. an acre, being an advance on the price of the regulations of 1838, at the rate of Co} per cent., and on that of the original regulations of 1831, at the fright- ful rate of THREE HUNDRED per cent. ! ! Under these circumstances, there is of course no chance of our having any Land Fund at nil, so far as depends upon sales : for all t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 October 1842

NO T IC E .-In consequence of disputes between Charterers, gents, and Owners of Shipping, no advertisement will, in future, be re- ceived, except it mentions to whose account it must be charged. THF Proprietors ol' the Herald draw the particular attention of their Subscribers to their intention of chnrging ten per cent, interest on all accounts of upwards of six months' standing. o KEMP AND FAIRFAX. STEAM TO ÍHE CLARENCE RIVER. NOTICE. «IE TAMAR steamboat, now under repairs, having become the property of the _ Hunter River Steam Navigation Company, it is intended she shall visit the Cla- rence River periodically. Further particulars, and day of sailing, «ill be given in an early ad- vertisement. FRANCIS CLARKE, Manager. October 13. 5284 Vor Wollongong; and Kiama. THE SCHOONER ALLIGATOR will leave the Union Wharf for _then ports on-Saturday, the 15th instant. Apply to E. M. STOREY. Sydney, October 14. 5220 rotS TUB M'XIAY KXVJBR. rnHE cutter JANE SCOTT, X now lying at the Albion K~W%...

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NEWS FROM THE [?] (From our various Correspondents.) PORT MACQUARIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 October 1842

jrBWsi non TH» tatéaicm- I fíVes) our various Corttspondtnlt.) ? PORT MACQUARIE. . CooaT OF QUARTER SESSIONS.-A petitionlo Hi, Excellency, prayiiflforlheeitaUriig in this district, of a Court of Q»«'",^ sions, is now ill course of signature, sm> I sinceicly hope that it will meet witti ««ff cellono/'B approval. We are «"¡'«»A I no district tIroughviit the who,e WW1 ' Il . Coiiií »»ora necdtrt dum in this; for Äotr of many offenders who have escaped unislimc.it from parties being fearful/of en Zl>v prosecuting. 'Hie allowance of Go "tnincnt to prosecutors mid witnesses, for ¿I stlendnnce at the Courts iii Sydney, is lilt«, id.; out of which amount they have ¡Lav /5 fur their pussage up and down, «S them £3 ßs. 8d to pay tor their fare Aiilne their tramit, and their expenses whilst ! he metropolis. This amount, even with ¡Lstrictest economy, would leave them con &rnWy out of pocket. Besides these, «"."us prosecutions (many of them of a ¡pf trifling nature), entail nu sxp...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 October 1842

SOHUIIO XnTTBX.X,IOBKCB. , -* INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. WEDNESIMT. BEFORE the CHIEF COMMISSIONER." PROOF Ol' CLAIMS. In the estate of Challes Pownall, an ad- journed meeting: D. Bloxsome, £31!) Us. 3d. In the estate of W. Eames, au adjourned 'meeting : F. M. Stokes, £<i 12s. 6d. In the estate of Thomas Gore and Co, : A. Sillitoe, £18 18s. Od.; W. Dawes £1500; Clarke Irving, £9 17s. A claim was also put in for £10,100, by Mr. John Giiffilhs, for the house of John Gore and Co., of London, to be pioved at a future time. TUUHSBAY, In the estate of Samuel Pearce, a singlo meeting: Hemy Stone, £20¡ Tilomas lilli, £12 7s. (id. ; William Sharp, £15. In the estate of Charles Evans, a single meeting : Robert Hollingdale, £4 Is. (id. ; J. Broughton, £5 Jus, (id. In the estate of Win, Robert M'Kay, a single meeting ¡Tho9. Ryan, £!>3. A single meeting was also held in the estate of Tlios, Dillon; but no claims were proved, In the estate of John Lublin, a special1 meeting : W. M. Clar...

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 October 1842

COASTERS OUTWARDS. October 13.-Letitia, 73, James, for the M'Leay, with sundries; Sovereign, steamer, 119, Cape, for Morpeth, with sundries; Ro bulla, l8, Hunter, for Jerringong, in ballast; Maitland, Stcamcr, 103,_ Parsons for Port   Macquarie, with sundries; Sophia Jane, 156, Wiseman, for Wollongong, with sundries.   The Talent will positively sail on Sunday, next.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 October 1842

BIRTHS.   Yesterday morning, the 13th instant, at her residence, Gloucester-street, Mrs. J. Glassop, of a daughter. At Chelsea Farm, Baulkham Hills, on the 11th instant, the lady of G. B. Suttor, Esq., of a daughter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 14 October 1842

SPECIAL NOTICE. THH Subscribo«» to this Paper, and the Public generally, are respectfully informell, tbat in future the following Rules will be strictly adhered to : In Sydney.-No new Subscribers \»ill be received without one. quarter king paid in advance, for which ten per cent, will be allowed ; the sub icription in advance being 13s. Gd. per quarter. In the Country.--No new Sub- scribers will be received without Mf-a-ycar being paid in advance, for which ten per cent, will be al- lowed ; the subscription in advance Wing £1 Us. 6'd. per half year; and the 'Proprietors must be furnished ?atVue time with a ,WHUCII under .t»Hng that all futuie payments, c,iotli 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 thorn have Blood over twelve months, and pro ?ceediujís for recovering th« amount due will be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 October 1842

I ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. | We insert for the information of the Publie un Abstract of all the Public Salei which take place THIS DAY. Ma. Stubbs.-Athis Mart,at 11 o'clock,Pony, Cart, and Harness, and Household Furni- ture; at 12 o'clock, Ale, Chinese Goods, Teas, and Potatoes. Mn. Joseph Newton,-At his Rooms, at 12 o'clock, Flour. Mn. Blackman.-Athis Rosins, at 11 o'clock, Wine, Brandy, Sugar, Flour, Cranberries, Dates, Cheese, Hams, Drugs, Shirts, Straw Bonnets, Clothing, mid Haberdashery. Mr. Samuel Lyons.-At his Mart, at 11 o'clock, Household Furniture, Vinegar, and Preserved Meat, Foss and Lloyd.-At their Rooms, at 11 o'clock, Haberdashery, Hosiery, Boots, Kip Leather, Paper Hangings, Doors, Window Sashes, Glass, Sextant, Gun, Flour, Barley, Mustard, Sugar, and Wine. COUNTRY SALE. Mr. Laban White.-At Mr. Farlow's, near Richmond, October 17, Several Flinns and Pieces of Lund, and Entire Horses, and Household Furniture.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 October 1842

BIRTH, At Petersleigh, Cook's River, on Thursday, the 13th instant, Mrs. Kerrison James, of a daughter. DEATH. On board the Florentia, Captain Goodwyn, on the 12th June last, at Pernambuco, on his return from this colony to England, for the benefit of his health, Thomas Sparrow, Esq., M.D., Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, Dublin.

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SYDNEY MARKETS—FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 October 1842

r SYDNEY^MARKETS-Friday,, , | Wheat.-Wo have only luv» fbur loa,i\s broughtjnto maiketshiee Monday; and the piicBs given at the mills have ranged from os. to 7s. pcr/bushel, according to quality, \Y"(th reference, to the \vl\cnt crap, we regret '%, f o state thal, from various' Mrl« «f ii. . try, the accounts are ' rather unfZ 'S*I on the Hunter, pa, ticularly » ' ,iV,i wanted; «ml on the HawtskiiVSI not so much in want of rainT '.?'>« yettheprcsneet3arenotveycLHM,i Fr.ouu.-in this market tlLiW.' -J market there lim if,'. verni purchases made dining «he »l'í millers are firm nt our nresM.t I, Í'..1!Í Ve understand that floRtft"ï for Hobart Town, where, for an nfc??1' scr.nt.qn belter prices witl be obtained nt in tins place. . "'»«no, tin Fine flour..(100lbS).C2if {¡¿ Second .... ditto.... lfa ÎÏ, Ration ....ditto.... H, ,' Bran ..(rler bushel).. 2s.2a. ' No. 1 Biscuit. .Wl ' No.2ditto.....'.', $ Breab.-TIic price for the 2lb. loafiiin^ mains at from 3(1. to 4d.; the au,v eyer, i...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 October 1842

cQHMMtoiAii xtiTmi.xiauvtam, During the week the greatest tranquillity has prevailed in the Comtnoroial Markets gene- rally, omi bnsinoss has been upon a much niorc limited scale than is usual ut this sea- son ; the private transactions have been limited to very small parcels of goods, ex- clusively, to meet the wants of dealers; but prices arc fully maintained, excepting sugar, which bus a decided downward tendency ; upwards of 4000 tons may be expected to arrive with the next two mouths from Manila,' Java, Mauritius, Bombay, and Calcutta. The cargo, ex Louisa, from Manila, comprising 2809 bags of fine grocers' siuuplpa,, \v<\a sub- mitted) {p. nvri.ri.ie uompelitlon, and realized on average £22 7s. Gd. per ton ; the coffee, only fifty bags, was disposed of at 7.d, ppv lb., the remainder withd.ra,\yu, The Afargare!, wliiph, qniyed yostoi'day from Manila, brings 170 lons sugar, reports six vessels bound for this port with sugar, and one having sa^ed; In other articles the...

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