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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. GOULBURN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 October 1842
AV O KT» O »TTlUiaiSOBi GOULBURN RACES. Tins niirpieious week was opened with splendid hve-mîle race, on Monday, between Mr. Simon's Baldy, and Mr- Marita's Conser- vative ; Baldy winning by a considerable dis- tance. Thc two firat heats round thc course were well contested; but in the third and fourth, Conservative began to show strong symptoms of having a view of Baldy's heels. Thc whole distance was,.however, run under t wei re minutes. This was a ptivntc match for £10 a aide. Baldy was ridden hy Coe' TuEsnAV.-FtcsT DAV. forth'the tlite of our country gents, and also n goodly number of what man loves best, Thc1^rst°Racc.-Thc Goulburn Town Pinto of 100 guineas, for all horses, weight for age. heats twice round, length of course, ono ana n quarter miles. Air. Kiley's Scourge, b. h. S years, (Eccleston) . 1 1 Mr. Reid's Councillor, b. h., li years .. 2 3 Mr. J. Badgery'a Lady Morgan, ch. f., * 4 years . 3 2 Mr. Balcomb'a Comet, ch. h., G years.. 4 4 This was a good race upon thc who...
CONVEYANCE OF MAILS. (From the Government Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 October 1842
CONVEYANCE Oí MAILS. (Fromlhe Government Gaselle.) CONVEYANCE being required for thc Post O ul co M nils from mid lu thc undermentioned pinces, for one year, from tho 1st January, 1843, persons disposed to Contract for pro- viding thc-same uro invited to transmit their offers, in writing, tn-the Colonial Secretary's Office, before Twclvo o'clock this day, thc 17th day of October, endorsed " Tender for | conveyance of Muils." Persons willing to undertake thc Contract j From and to Windsor and Wiseman's Ferry, From and to Gosford and Wiseman's Perry, From and to Penrith, Parramatta, and'Syd, ¡y, daily, (Sundays excepted). Prom and to Penrith, Hartley, and Bathurst, lily, or three times a week'. - ; . From and tn Bathurst and O'Connell, once Pi om dad tö Mudjeo and .Harlie}', onçfl á week, ' From «ad to Liverpool and Parramatta, daily, (Sunday» excepted)." - From and to Campbelltown, Liverpool, and Sydney, daily, CSundny« excepted). Front and to Campbelltown, Appin, Wol ^StSW% Kial, ut...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [ADVERTISEMENT.] To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 October 1842
OÂLCIITAX. couitfomasoi. [ADVERTISEMENT.] : , To the Editor» of the Sydney Morning Herald. GENTLEMEN,-With rcícrcncpto Mr. Salting's; comimmicution in your journal, of this day,' containing o teriften ctiartictkr; which lio lina, by much importunity, begged from Messrs. Pcrbuiy and Lord; who never yet mnde any sward in the matter referred to/ond that only consisted of oíorí of my claim against Salting - and Neilson. ; ; v * Such" -irregular- proceedings 'aro bctier^an (wercd by à reference to evidence given upon , oath before thc Commissioner of tho Insolvent. Court; on thc litiiistant, which I beg^ou to; re-insert 1 rdm'yoar jonrnnt of 12th 'September' ' il wt; ? ? ï. ? :?'.}.:. II am, Gentlemen, .1. ....&lt;» ..- ? -Your olifent servant, - - ?????? . -JOSEl'H-'HYUR'-FO-ris.
NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR. (From our various Correspondents.) WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 October 1842
UBW« IHK TH» »ISBIO». (From oar varions Correspondents.) "WINDSOR. utl "«body of o child bctw venn of iee. daughter of Ellen Therry. It appeared that tho mother had entrusted tho infant to ono Margaret Itolin, who neglected and starved it in a most shameful manner, thc little creature's eyes being actually sunk in their sockets from thc inattention and want of food to which it had been subjected. Tho mother, it accint, bears none of the most unexceptionable characters, and to her recklessness may possibly be attributed m lome measure the fatal result above men- tioned. Upon a pott mortem examination, thc body appeared to bc in a sound and healthy stale, and the medical gentleman entertained no doubt whatc POLICE CovnT.-On Saturday-last, Alex- ander Hamilton wat brought before thc Ma- gistrates, dharged with having thrown tho dead cnrcnJe of a horse into tho Hawkesbury. Thc defendant admitted that hi* servant lind done to ; «ut SD soon as it came to his know- ledge, tl* nuisonce was ...
CHURCH BOOK SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 October 1842
CHURCH BOOK SOCIETY. OK Wednesday evening, Mr. Cliurlci Kemp delivered * lecture "on tho modes of trojis mitling knowledge previous to tho invention of printing," at the St. James's Grammar School, -Pliillip-stroct. In considering thc means ol transmitting knowledge, speech was not an); thc first in order but in importance, without thc power of speech reasoning would ol m oil bc an unavailable principle, hut by thc intercourse and transmission of thought, by means of speech, thought itself was improved. Thc first question that presented itself was, whether langungo was originally a human invention, or communicated to mtm by Divine inspiration. Many of thc nncientphilosophers attributed thc -invention of language lo thc Almighty; wliilo Lucretius, Horace, and many of thr Grecian and lloman writers, con- sidered it wu one of tho inventions of man. A refeicncc, however, lo a book which he was sure would bo sudlciont without any other Authority, would clearly prove that it was nut as ma...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. SATURDAY. BEFORE the CHIEF COMMISSIONER. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 October 1842
90XMTXC nrxkmaxiwom. INSOLVENCY PHOCEEDINGS. SATUHDAY. Br.ro«t tho Cm» CoumssioKin. Konetta Terry, £.0; R. Dacrc, ¿58 7s. 4d. ; John Jobbins, £335 ; Stephen Ferris, JCB )I. Cd.; John Browne, £19 17a.; W. Ford, £21 Os. lOd. ; J.T. I!uglies, £376 I2s.; Willis, ._if J. E. Monning, £200. A special mcoting was held ¡II thc estât* of I Michael Connor, when the : 1 amined, ofter which the i journcd, nndan adjourned meeting toak plai In tho insolvency of G. R, Nichols : Tho insolvent wai examined by Mr. WIN- DEYER, who nominally appenred for tho trus- tees, but actually for Mrs. Nichols, tor tho purpose of establishing thc validity of certain &nbsp; deeds which had been executed by Mr. Nichols in her favour some time before, and others subsequent to, her marriage with him. &nbsp; After being sworn, Mr. Nichols, deposed i follows : I object to answer, on the ground that the lent ii ed Counsel docs not appear for tho trus Thc CHIEF COMMISSIONER decided, ihnt tho ioiolvent wot ...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. NEW SOUTH WALES. (From the Emigration Gazette, May 28.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 October 1842
asroXiZsiz exibadts. -+ NEW SOUTH WALES. (From the Emigration Gazette, May 22>.) The arrivals from Sydney since our last have put us in possession of intelligence that comes somewhat opportunely in cor- rection of the gross mis-statements recent- ly circulated here, to the disparagement of that colony and the undermining of public confidence here. The letter alleged to have been received at Belfast, purporting to have been written "at Sydney," it is now generally believed was concocted at least 16,000 miles from Australia; and the machinations of the writer, we arc happy to say, have been signally exposed hy the information wc are this day enabled to publish. In the ample Repo.it of the Committee of Council on the Land and Emigration Debentures Bill, will be found a variety of matters intimately identified with the wel- fare of the colony, and certain measures propounded by the Committee sub- sequently confirmed by the Legislative Council ; one of which wc have frequently recomme...
VAN D[?]MEN'S LAND EXTR[?] EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 October 1842
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND EXTRACT EDUCATION. To His Excellency Sir John Franklin, Knight Commander of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order, Knight of the Greek Order of the Redeemer, and a Captain in Her Majesty's Boyal Navy, Licutenniit-Govemor of the Island of Van Diemen's Land and its Dependencies, and to the Honourable the Members of the Legislative Council, in Council , assembled. ,The Petition of the Clergy of the 'Church of England in Van Diemcn's Land. Y/e, the Ministers of the Church of En- ¡ glaud- in the Archdeaconry of Van Die- ( men's Land, whose names are hereunto . subscribed, respectfully pray, for ourselves , and on behalf of the members and friends I of our Church, that assistance may be afforded us towards establishing and main- ( tnining Schools in which children may re- , ceivc a sound Christian education, founded ? upon the principles of the Church of En- &lt; gland, aud under the superintendence of , her Clergy ; who could not reasonably be ( expected to assist...
[?]T [?]TRY. SONG. BROOME AND BUNGAREE. TUNE—Trotting Horse. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 October 1842
.aisd* »aa-rav. * '- . * SONG. Broome and Bungaree, I une-l'rolting Horsc. ' ' .Come all, who'rc fond of manly sport, and listen whilst 1 sing, Old times aie coming back again,-I cliaunt about the ring. British Science still we have, so if you'll list .to me, I'll tell ye ail about the fight 'twixt Broome and Bungaroo. Tins Bungaree (or Oorrick-that's is name, tis people say), Full of bounce mid brag, came here o'er from Australia. Says he, " I want a customer; if Broome to fight is free, I'll beat him and all England, ns my name is Bungaree." Jïow Broome bud got a Golden Belt, for bravery thro' life, And in the ring of wedlock he hod enter'd with a wife. The honeymoon was on the wane, and though -not winn was he, Broom thought he'd like to have a brush with bouncing Bungaree. The bouncer sent the challenge, and Johnny thought it rum : Some said he was married, and they knew he could not come. But Johnny nx'd his wife, and what d'ye think said she ? " JFor England's honour and the r...
COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 October 1842
COASTERS OUTWARDS. I October 17.-Mermaid, 16¿ Doors, for the Hawkesbury, with sundries ; Shamrock, steamer, 200, Gilmore, for Morpeth, with sun- dries ; Sovereign, steamer, 119, Cape, for Morpeth, with sundries ; Tamar, steamer, 130, Griffin, for Morpeth, in ballast; Sophia Jane, steamer, 156, Wiseman, for Wollongong, with sundries.
AUSTRAGT OF SALES RY AUCTION. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 October 1842
AUSTRAGT OF SALES RY AUCTION. ire insert for the informalion of the Public an Abstract of all the Public Sales which take place I THIS DAY. Mr. Hrcnnand.-At the Royal Hotel, at 7 o'clock, p. m" Land nt Five Dock. Mr. StMucr. Lyons. - At his Mart, at 11 o'clock, Stanhope, Champagne, limpety, Haberdashery, Earthenware, P-arqsql«, Por;: ter, Herrings, Roots, eVo,
CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 October 1842
CLEARANCES. I For London, the barque Lady Raffles, Cap- tain Weller, with a cargo of colonial produce. Passengers-Mrs. Weller and child, Rev. Mr. Mott, Mr. Glass, Captain Osborne, Mr. "Wheelhouie, Mr. Underwood, Mr. ^y. Win- deyer, Mr. Newman, Mr. and Mrs. Sims, and 1 three children, Messrs. Raworth, Harris, Cob- bold, Green, Samuel, Bortan, Priest, Kelly, Stapleton, Griffin, Stafford, Henry, and Phillips. For the South Sea Islands, the schooner Cintra, Captain Chounding, with sundries. Passengers-Captain Hunter, Rev. J. John- ston, Mrs. Johnstone, Monsieur De Vouge, Madame De Vouge and child, and three South Sea Islanders. For New Zealand, the schooner, Royal Mail, Captuin Hughiu, with stores, Ac.
GRAIN AND FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 October 1842
GRAIN AND FLOUR. Rice.Patna.perbag. 112 . Java per lb. 0 0 If Carolina. Nose. Wheat.... Derwent, per bushel. "| Valparaiso.f Nomiitl Colonial.J Barley.... British. None. Oat....... Ditto. None. Oatmeal ..Perlb. 0 0 4 Flour.lit «ort, per 100 lbs. 20s. toi 1 ( Second ditto... 16s.to 0 l8 ( Thirdditte .... 15«.to 0 16 I American, per barrel .. I 15
TESSELS LAID ON FOR THIS COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 October 1842
TESSELS LAID ON FORTHIS COLONY. | From Lambón Direct.-Sparten, 400 Macey, merchandise, had sailed. Qiraffi, 364 Moor», June IS. Eden, 430. Boyes, mer- chandise, May 10. Harlequin, IÍ0, Harri- son, merchandise, May 29. Trial, 430, Day, merchandise, May 19. Caledonia. Samuel. John Woodhall. Posthumous, Milner, June 15. From Liviaroei,.-Alert,MO. From P»rt PaiLLir.-Faltón, seaoonsr. Cygnet. Otean. From Hobart lawn.-Marian Walton, schooner. Oratava, schooner, Ellis. Caro- line, brig. From Launceston. - Deborah, schooner Socrates, Grant. > From New Zialanb. - Ariel, Finlay. Shamrock, schooner, 85, Daldy. Scotia, schooner, Cook. Susannah Ann, schooner, Anderson. Perseverance, schooner. Chal- lenger,schooner. Brothers, Brue*. Eleanor1, brig. Success, schooner. Catherine, schooner, 160, Bannatyne. Bolina, 343, Brown. Regia, Kyle. Guia«, brig. Amwell, Hcssie. From tue Ssuth Sea Islansi.-Alfred, brig, 140, Grant. Coquette, schooner. From tve Mauritius.- Arge, brig, Silling. Sarah Jane, bri...
TITLE DEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 October 1842
TITLE DEEDS.- ? Colonial Secretary's Oílloe, Sydney, flth October, 1842i The undermentioned Deeds have been transmitted from this Office to the Registrar of the Supreme Court, to be by )|jm forwarded, through the Surveyor General to the Cpjiiiija.) Treasurer, by whom notifi- cation of their recpjpf a1 his Office will be (¡indo to the Grunlccs by lutter, after which (l|ey will be delivered on application, via i Town Allotments.-Purchases under the existing regulations, Advertisment of 2nd July, 1838. Deeds dated 27th July, 1842: 1-3 W. G. Broughton, Lord Hishpp of Australia, 2 roods each, Scone, lots 19-21 ¡ Advertisement of 5th April, 1812. Deeds d/ntfif} ¡)Q|h July, 1842. 4-6. J. Tindal, 2 »úüd's énpji, riarcle«, jots 12-14. Deeds dated 27th July, 1812, ?-1). W- Mannrç, 3 roods each, Murrimbnh, lot SV-59. Advert tisemont of 12th April, 1842. Deeds dated 27tliJuly, }842, 10-11. W.Hunr, and J. Kaye, as tenants in aornmon. 2 roods each, Queanbeyan, lots 01-0». J3, \. Witts, 2 foods, Q...