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DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 October 1842
DUTIES. Brandy. 12 Gin. 12 B.P.Rum.... 9 English ditto.. 9 FereignRum. Tobacco. Snuff 12 . 2 . 2 . Cord«». " * ? x x» o b v a. Wool .... Choice flock», per lb, Good ordinary Oil... Hide» Cedar 0 0 1 . 1 . Bro-«n. J . *¡ Ingrea«.« 0 . Sperm, perton..» JJ . eli.. J _«. Ik. . " * . Salted, per lb Good quality, prtfoot.. « » p»sm. ? ?: 0 17 Trenail«.. PerS.M. Horn» ....Per 113. ¡J ."I Tip».Perl23. ' " ^ Printed and Published bu Cham" K«"&£¡ John Fairfax, at the Herald Prmh«9 Wfo Lower Georae-slreet,Sydn&lt;y,Ne» aim Wales, Tttesdau, October WK lSty
SUNDRIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 October 1842
SUNDRIES. Mace.Per pound. I 4 . , Nutmegi. 0 0 6 Clovei . . * . Cloth.Blue Midg., per yard .. 0 0« Superfine blue. 0 It » Ditto coloured. Oil* Blue for contract. ' '! Rope... ..Assorted, per cwt. 2 IS I Manila. 1 H . Coir. I J J Canvas....Bleached, per bolt .... 8 .. ¡ Turpentine, in jars, per gallon. 0 i * ~. Paint Oil.. Per gallon. »J» White Lead, ground, in kegs, per cwt 1 If . Black Paint, per cwt. 'J' Green ....Dittoditto. « Tar ...... Riga, per .barrel. 1 J . American...«. ° " : Coal. ?" ! Pitch.Per barrel. Mi OilShooks,whiteoak,forpipei,perton 1 . J For bsnels. ° i Deal Plank, Norway, per foot. J J } American. St Gunpowder, Blasting, per lb. J . J. Canoister. ° I V Glass. .* J Mustard .. Pounds, per dei. J J» J Half-pound. . Jj .J Pickles....Quarts,per doi. lil I Pints. .» [ Soap.Hawes', per ton . ¡Til Liverpool.«l8 to 24 J J Colonial. 3* J Jf Salt.Liverpool, per ton. » » J Rock. lw.l Basket, per dozen. Ï .. a Fruits ....Bottled, perdoz. ? "
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 October 1842
.?»»i»* imniAMMoa. WHMMIWa 1 ARRIVALS. - r rom Hobart Town, yesterday, having left the 13tli instant, the steamer Seahorse, Capt. Tallan, with sundries. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Elliott, Messrs. Levesly, Dunk- ley, Stevenson, Orr, De Graves, Lewis, and Cockburn ; steerage-Mr. Conolly^ From Port Arthur, sam« d»y,liaviiiff left the 10th instant. H.M. schooner Bramble, four guns, - Yule, Esq., commander. From Hobart Town, ths same day, having left the Stli instant, the schooner Nancy, GO tons, Captain Sheridan, with colonial produce. Passengers-Mr. Thornton, Dr. and Mrs. Fitzpatrick, Dr. Blakeley, and Mr. Andrews. From Launceston, the same day, having left the 14th instant, the brigantine Warlock, 101 tons, Captain Le Grand, with colonial produce. Passengers-Mr. Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. Downing, and Mr. Hughes. From Launceston, the same day, having left the 12th instant, the brig Union, 155 tons, Captain Grainger, with colonial produce. Passengers-Mrs. Grainger, and child.
COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 October 1842
t COASTERS INWARDS. _ | oetoner ii.-nee, 12, loóle, from Kinma, with 6000 feet cedar, 130 bushels maize ; Sophia Jane, steamer, HO, Wiseman^ from. Wollongong, with -sundries ; Sovereign, steamer, 119, Cane, from Morpeth, with sun- dries ; Shamrock, steamer, 200, Gilmore, from Morpeth, with CO bags bran, 60 trusses huy ; Selina, 45, Bradley, from Broken Bay, with 46,000 shingles, 1000 bushels shells.
TITLE DEED, PORT PHILLIP LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 October 1842
[ TITLE DEED, PORT PHILLIP LAND. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 27th September, 1842. The undermentioned tillo. deed has been transmitted from this qffijie (j the Surveyor-General, to be ftlpfWIW flf: spatched to the Deputy Registrar, Melbpu,ni(, for enrolment in the Siiprpmp Court, Port Phillip, whan it will be forwarded to the Sub Treasurer for delivery to the grantees, on payment of the established fee thereon, viz. : Town Giiant.-Deed dated 21stSsptcmher, 1842: 1. George Lilly, William Whitton, John Jones Peers, Thomas Jennings, pi) William Willoughby, as trustees pf the We)' leyan Methodist Chapel, Melbourne, 1 rood 36 perches, Melbourne,
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. POPULATION OF LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 October 1842
BIïaXiXSB BXCftAtiTS. | I POPULATION OF LONDON. | ïorkshire Curiosity.-From a paper which wo have seen lately, published in London, by Mr. Wnsso, of King William-street, London Illidge, it appears, from au account taken by Mr. W. Wnssc, a gentleman from Yoikshiie, that, on apaiticnliii day, the following mun . bor of can ¡.«rea, of v.uious descnptions, passed his house between eight o'clock in the n.oiniug and eight o'clock in the evening. The patt of the street where the computation was taken will admit of five carnages to tiavel abicast, jet stoppages fiequenfly occur. They wcic Fioin S o'clock to 9. 903 " 9 " 10. D9) " 10 " 11. 895 " 11 " 12.'..,1015 " 12 " 1.'..'..... 984 " 1 ' " "2. 8Ü6 2 " 3. 3 " 4. * " .«. 5 " ' (0.' C ,, 7. 11,010 This will average 917 an hour, or 15 in every minute, or one in every four seconds. It is believed theie is no street in the City, oi in nny part of the metiopolis, or in any other city in the woild, where so many carriages may be seen to pass in o...
IMMIGRATION. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 October 1842
IMMIGRATION. To the Editors of Hie Sydney Morning Herald. 1 Gentlemen,-I perceive m your report 01 Mr. Miles's evidence before the Immigration Committee, a suggestion made by him on the justice -of requiring bounty immigrants to pay, after arrival in the colony, the amount of their passage money; the effecting of which, no doubt, would be of vant import- ance ; but 1 fear impracticable, and not alto- gether generous, so long as they contributed by their labour lo the resources of the colony. But 1 am of opinion that it would be per- fectly just to require such payment from those immigrants who, instead of contri- buting their own labour, choose to withdraw it in a short period after arrival, and become employers themselves, competitors in the market with those who brought them hither for different purposes. Numerous instances have lately occurred in this county of newly anived immigrants after a few months« service, settling upon small farms, several from my own establishment, and b...
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. TENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 October 1842
oovuvMavr oazsiii, TENDERS. ri-nilY AT M0HET0N «AY.-A Pore» I... ? been established over the Khv%}ïT* between North and South B i,b 'n' "' [ Moreton Bay, Tenders from parties « lil o have the same for one or more y Ä he 1st of January next, will be Vece Ä the Hth of November next, at 12o'c3 o bo endorsed "Tender for Ferry "S bane." lie purtles hiring the Ferry*:, be required to provide u siiilieient Ferry Bo« or Punt, to convey' at all times, Pa J,,T' Horses, Carnages, frc., across the River, and to keep the same m suitable repair at their own expense. The Tenders to specify the period for which the parties desire to hire the Ferry and the rent they propose. SecuX will be required for the due performance Ü the agreement and for opening the Fern' within a specified time. Parties tendering on their Agents are requested to attendit the Colonial Secretary's Office, on the day ap- pointed for opening the Tenders. To CARPENTEIIS AND OTHERS.-Roomo Mew Cjoal, Goulburn.-No eligible offir hav...
LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—FOURTH TERM. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 October 1842
&AW xv»Mia»roa. SUPREME COURT.-Fourth Term. Before the Three Judges in Banco. NEW MAGISTRATES. The Chief Clerk administered the usual oaths to John Clements Wickham, Esq., and to George Griffiths, Esq., on their being appointed to the Commission of the Peace. ABSENT JURORS. The executions _ were ordered to issue against the following jurors who had not attended when called upen :-William Forbes, Esq., £10; John Tooth, Esq., £5; Mr. William Tucker, £2 ; Mr. Reuben Uther, £2 ; Joseph Walford, Esq., £ô ; Mr. Win. Wain- wright, £2 ; Mr. George Morrison, £2. A number of affidavits were put in, in excuse of absence, and allowed, and the judgments ordered to be stayed. NEW ltULE. The Chief Justice called on the Chief Clerk of the Court to promulgate a Rule made on this day, and the Chief Clerk ac- cordingly read as follows : " In the Supreme Court of New South Wales.-Monday, the seventeenth day of October, in the year of our Lord, One thou- sand eight hundred and forty-two. Regula ...
AMERICAN EPISCOPAL MISSIONARY SOCIETY. (From the Ecclesiastical Gazette for May.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 October 1842
AMERICAN EPISCOPAL MISSION- ARY SOCIETY. (Front the Ecclesiastical Gazette for Mag.) The Rev. .Mr. Southgate reached Con- stantinople on the 5th of August, 1840, and devoted the succeeding eight months to studies and other preparations for his mission to Murdin. Ile left Constantinople in May, for Mar din and Mosul, and returned on the 9th of August, 1841. In reference to his journey, Mr. South- gate, writing on the 27th of August, re- marks, " I consider the following as the immediate results gained by my late mis- sion. 1. Formal correspondence be- tween the Syrian and American Churches. 2. The approbation of the Patriarch has been given to my plans for the benefit of his people. 3. He and the principal metropolitans hnve been fully informed of the character and position of the English and American Churches. Numerous and gross mis- representations, diligently inculcated by the Papists, have beni corrected, and right views imparted. 4. Arrangements have been made for supplying seve...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. SHOEMAKERS' WAGES. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 October 1842
obioibtax. oaaaaaroii'SBWoa. SHOEMAKERS' WAGES. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. Gentlemen,-Observing in your paper of Friday, 7th inst., a letter headed "Shoe- makers' Wages," in which Robert Kerr, signing himself Presidentof the Committee,would wish to make it appear that I have overrated the wages that journeymen boot and shoemakers can earn weekly, in Sydney, induces me to reply to said communication. In the first place I would wish the public to understand that the men to whom I referred in my state- ment to Mr. Miles are paid piece-work, actually wot king-men, and ;io&lt; idlers, who keep St. Monday, Tuesday, and often Wednesday ; and I now confirm my statement to that gen- tleman, that any regular bootmaker cun earn from £2 to £2 10s. per week, with extras, which usually amount to from 8s. to 5s. per week. Robert Kerr acknowledged on the previous Monday to making six pairs of hoot feet in the week, and Us. per pair being the standing wages, would amount to...
SYDNEY PRICE CURRENT IMPORTS. PROVISIONS. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 October 1842
[SYDNEY Price çURRENT I * m » o* T Bf PROVISIONS, «f, Per tierce ... «.il I. i » Oí S i Il o 0 o 1 I I Irish Beef, Per tierce I Mess Pork Prime Irish, per bri.,. Hamburgh ., Mrss Beef (nominsl)............ Ham.English, per lb. Westphalia . 0 i j Butter.... Irish, per lb. g l j Dutch . Nest Cheese.... Cheshire, per lb., .... Nose, Glo'ster. Note, Pin. Nene, Dutch . t I | Herrings..Red . I t | Pickled. I 1 | (Cod.Newfoundland. Nine,
WINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 October 1842
WINES. ' Sherry.... In wood, per hhd..£ 12 to 20 0 t Bottled, per doz.20i. to lion Port.Inwood,perbhd.£22to JS s g Bottled, perdez. Mi. to ill ) Claret .... In wood, per hhd. (nominil) Bottled, per doi, 10s. to I 0 1 Madeira. (nominil) Teneriffe ..In wood, per pipe ditto Marsala ..Ditto . 10 | o Lisbon....Ditto. ditto Cape ....Company'!brand. 12 0 I Other brands. Nose. Champagne..Perdonu. í210s,to Í | |
SPIRITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 October 1842
8PIRIT8. ^ Rum ....15 to 20 O.P., pe, g»i|,. ... «to 10 O.P...... I J . 1 to 5 O.P. .......|| ! Î J Underproof......"" i Í .! Bengal.."""" ! j » Brandy...Cognac.Si.«dito »in Spanish. lit Hollands..In wood (pale).... " Tinged.:...:..;;;::; .îS 0ln.4-galloncase. I «Ï Ditto. ' ,., * Whisky... Per gillon (dull)...." »! ! Arrack.... Ditto. Bli Cherry Brandy (pints) per dom ¡! 1\\ \
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 October 1842
IMPOUNDINGS. Bathurst.-September 27 : One red cow, oft'ear cut off, branded HF ofl'rump, JS near rump. One brindle bullock, hoop horns, elit in near ear, piece off the off ear, branded M near rump, B off shoulder, like EW offhip. One red-sided bullock, hoop horns, piece off the off car, branded like IIG ofl'rump, M ofT shoulder, like AK over^ near ribs, illegible brands near tump and ofi'ïibs. One dark-red bullock, inclined to brown, piece off the near car, branded like TCS off side the back, ID over I or IC over I near rump. One black nobby bullock, piece off the off car, branded JM over JM ofl'rump. One black cow, aged, branded W near rump, like DW over 2 off rump, like PEM over PEM off ribs. One black poley steer, branded PEM over PEM off ribs. One yellow and white steer, down horns, branded like PEM off ribs. One yellow-sided poley cow, branded like WB off rump. One yearling poley heifer, branded EM off ribs, a blotched brand off rump. One yellow and white nobby bullock, branded...