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GRAIN AND FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 October 1842
GRAIN AND FLOUR. Rice.Patna, perbsg. lit I Java per lb. 0 0 1| Carolina. Noes. Wheat.. ..Derwent, per bushel. "j Valparaiso. > Noaiid, Colonial.J Barley.... British. Nott, Oats.Ditto. None, Oatmeal ..Per lb..'.. 0 v 4 Flour..... 1st sort,per 1001bs.20s.tol 1 I Second ditto... 16«. to OH,I Third ditto.... 16». to 0 16 I American, per barrel ., 1 It
CLEARANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 October 1842
CLEARANCE. i For Singapore, the barque Sons of Commerce, ' Captain williams, with coals. Paaiengers Lieutenant Martin and servant, and Mon- sieur Peiras. The Trial was detained some time at Rio Janeiro, having discharged the eargo she had on board for different houses there. The Caleb Angus, from Port Adelaide, bpunij»» London, touched at Rio a few-days ty' .% I fr '" " Trial left. The St. George. Sughrue, for Auckland and Sydney, had also put in there and tailed again with the Trial. Captain Day reports having seen the Candahar, hence lor Bombay on the 17th instant, lying to in a gale of wind in Bass's Straits. The Renown was being repaired at Rio, which would detain her a considerable time. MANIFEST TSR'TRIAL.-7 cases wine, 1 case silver plate, 204 deals, IO barrels oatmeal, 5 barrels groats, IO barrels split peas, IO barrels barley, 26 tanned hides, S cases dressed calf ?kins, 22 cases brandy, 1 case china silks, 23 packages ftuit, 6 packages grocery, 9 barrels nour, 1 hogshead v...
WINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 October 1842
WINES. Sherry....Inwood,perhhd.£l2to H 0 ( Bottled, per do». 20i,te 1 lo o Port.Inwood,perhhd.£22to IS I | Bottled, per doz. 22i.to I II | Claret ....In wood, per bad. (nominal) Bottled, per dot. 10a. te I || Madeira.(nominal) Teneriffe.. In wood, per pipe ditto Marsala ..Ditto . 10 | 0 I Lisbon.... Ditto.ditto I Cape ....Company'sbrand. 1! 0 I I Other branda. Non 1 Champagne.. Per dozen, £2 lti.to I 01 I
SPIRITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 October 1842
SPIRITS. Rum .... 15 to 20 0. P., per |»1L. . , , 6tolOO.P...V..:. I * ' »to 5 O.P.. "iii Underproof.\" , J. _ . 2e»g»l. 0 ô Braady...Cognac.5a.6d.to 0 J ! Spaniih. . 1 J Holland».. In wood (pale)." î i ! Tinged.:...:...!";: « ! 0m.4-gallon cases. i i: Ditto. ali ! Whisky... Par gaUon (dull) .. " " »! J Arrack.... Ditto. j! Cherry Brandy (pinto) per dona !! o j
COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 October 1842
COASTERS OUTWARDS. October2\.-Mary Ann, 7, Shaw, for the Hawkesbury, with sundries ; Currency Lad, 19, Stevenson, for Brisbane Water, with sun- dries; Rose, steamer, 172, Pattison, for Morpeth, with sundries; Nancy, 38, Sheridan, for the M'Leay, in ballast ; Rose, 30, Walters, for Broulee, with sundries ; Sitters, 48, Morton, for Newcastle, in ballast.
DEPARTURES.—NONE. COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 October 1842
DEPARTURES.-NOKE. COASTERS INWARDS. I ' uciober 21.-Mary Ann, 10, 'Ihompson, from the Hawkesbury, with lime ; Expreu, 24, Graham, from Brisbane Water, with 9000 feet timbar ; Suian, £2, Boyle, from the . Clarence, with 26,000 feet cedar ; Northum lerlani, l8, Dennis, from Brisbane Water, -with shells ; Charles Webb, 28, Cox, from the M'Leay, with 11,000 feet cedar ; Currency Lad, 19, Stevenson, from Brisbane Water, with 7O0O feet timber.
SYDNEY PRICE CURRENT. IMPORTS. PROVISIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 October 1842
¡SYDNEY PRICE CURREJ »»»Oil,, ii... ».., ". PROVISION«. « ti. m» Beer, Per tierce .. " * «. '. Me.» Pork Prime Irish, per bri?" I ! ° Hamburgh .. " ' ,s . Mew Beef (nominal).. . Jw' Ham» ....Englua, per Ib."!!"" I î ° Westphalia . Ï l I Butter.... Iri.h, per Ib.. . î l J Dutch.:;;;. . M Cheese.... Che»hire, per Ib.. S0"1 GloWr ...... ' '." 5'H, Pine. JS Dutch. ÄNi»i Herring»..Red . . î .» picMed.:;;;. . ;. Cod.Newfoundland. "" "' .
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. NEW YEAR'S EVE IN A PAUPER LUNATIC ASYLUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 October 1842
BiroLiiH iznuoxa, NEW YEAR'S EVE IN A PAUPER LUNATIC ASYLUM. HAVING received and most cheerfully accepted, mi invitation to accompany a friend to an evening entertainment given on the last day of the old year, to the pauper women in the county Lunatic Asylum, at Dunwell ; we started from town on Friday evening just as the dull fog had thickened over Hyde Park for the night, and after a niue miles drive in the dark drew up at the lighted gates of the Middlesex Madhouse, gave in our names, riiid walked into a bright cheerful hall, leading by white stone passages to various parts of the house. Following one of these to the apartments of the resident physi- cian, we found that the party had already met in a room below. We accordingly retraced our steps, and after threading several other passages, came to a door which .opened into the gallery where the lunatics were assembled. The momentary impression made by the 1 i 's f . I T 7«. , l ?" " i " >'.-.- l. I j su'ddsn chang« from the oo...
THE MARKETS.—FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 October 1842
THE MARKETS.-Fin DAY, OCTOBER 21. NcwsPAi'Eiis.-The mnrket has for some time past been rather overstocked. The fluctua- tions in the value and prosperity of this aHk]e will furnish us with a, complete type of thú present state of our commercial afluirá jil general. As the difficulty which is now fuit in raising the wind has completely put a »tap to thejlying of kite*, certain parties have deemed it most advisable to fly off themselves, in the hopes of enjoying a favourable gale from fortune's fickle hand, in the colder re- gions of the South. The pressure from with- out ha» completely paralized the press ni some few instances, and such » complete stag- nation has ensued, that letters of every dc leription are left untouched, and oases ara suffered to remain unopened; compositors Wi i.'.cen compelled to accept of compositions willoh are ¿nything hut composing to their minds, and the prlnc>Pa^* have been forced to let their cap Uah Ho Idle, which they find does not in any way condu...
To the Editor of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 October 1842
.TQ the Editort of the Sydney Morning Herald. CfEWTlEWls;'.-\n ?°"rr PaPer of tms, áaV' under the head C1 Insolvent Court, ' it is erroneously reported thai in,the estate of Thomas George Shelton, til« PI«!!» of w> G Burgis for £924 9B. lid., wa« PJWl, I' should have been the claim of jQnnBq#ers. for «28 lös. Gd., wa» rejected. Mr, P«rg¡s's claim was allowed. I am, Gentlemen. I Your obedient servant, W. H. GODDARD. 72, George-street, 21st Oct., 1842.
DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 October 1842
D U T I B S. I Brandy. 12 Gin. 12 B.P.Rum.... 9 English ditto.. 9 a se v o Foreign Rum. Tobacco. Snuff. Cordial. » * ». li I t I t I 11 . Wool . ...Choice flock», per lb... ¡j J H Good ordinary. J i .. B~k«n. . ,0. In g"».« A | Oil.Sperm, perron. .» ! , Hide.Salted.perlb ........ . J " Cedar .. ..Good quality,perfoot.. J .? J Trenail».. Per SM,. J }} 0, Horn» ....Per 123. ?.!: Tia»......Per 123. ' "_ . JViNferf and Published »? CH*»MJ £«*¿ Join. FAIRFAX, atthe Herald i'"^^, io»*r Georae-street, Sydney, Nm Mm W«les, Saturday* QctoUriW, ««. .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 October 1842
I COUNTRY SALES. I MR. LABAN WHITE.-At the Waggon and Horses, near Richmond, October the 26th, Sundry Allotments and Buildings thereon, an Entire Horse, and Household Furni . ture. Mu. JAMES BYRNES.-At Toongabhee, Octo- ber the. 27th, Household Furniture, Car- riage, Horses, Cattle, Farm'Stock, &c.
SUNDRIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 October 1842
SUNDRIES. I Mace.Perpound. * * . Nutmegs. 0 * J Cloves . . * . Cloth.Blue Mid j., per yard .. Oil 8uperfine blue. 0 14 J Ditto coloured. 0 It . Blue for contract. * J J Rope.Assorted, per cwt. 2 It I Manila. ».».&lt; Coir. l î « Canva.Bleached, per bolt .... jj Turpentine, in jars, par gallon. î ! Paint Oil.. Per gallon. J J'J White Lead, ground,in keg», percwt. 1 1» J Black Paint, per cwt. J J J Green ....Dittoditto. * . J Tar.Riga, per barrel. J J J American. B J* ; Coal. 0» ¡ Pitch.Perbarrel. J .. OilShooks,whiteoak,farpipes,pcrtOB 1 t ' For bsnels. 0 » * Deal Plank, Norway, per foot. J . « , American. ! a J Gunpowder, Blasting, per lb. ¡ ? « Canoister. . J '. Glass. ».J J Muitard ..Pounds,per dez. > JJ ! Half-pounds. J ¡J J ' Pickle.Quarts,perdoz. J J" J Pint». ' 1B J Soap.Hawes', per ton . ¡¡' J . * Liverpool.iWtt JJ J J Colonial. » ? J r 8alt.Liverpool, per ton. J »! Rock. J'J J Basket, per dozen. «ii» Fruita ....Bottled, per do». .»?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 October 1842
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. We insert for the information of the Public an Abstract of all the Public Sales which tnkp nlar* THIS DAY. MR. BLACKMAN.-At his Rooms, at 11 o'clock, Wines, Jewellery, Haberdashery, Wearing Appnrel, Stationery, Perfumery, Glass. Horsehair, Woolpacks, Tobacco, Soap, and Walnuts. MR. SAMUEL LYONS.-At his Mart, at 11 o'clock, Porter, Harness, Stoves, Palisad- ing, Zinc, Kangaroo Skins, Wearing Appa- rel, Paper, Mustard, Pickles, and Potatoes'. MR. STURBS.-At his Mart, at 12 o'clock, Household Furniture, Wine, Ale, Tea, Dates, Pork, and Coffin Furniture. Foss ANO LLOYD.-At their Koomi, at 11 o'clock, Household Furniture; at 12 o'clock, Wine and Vinegar.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 October 1842
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCES. &nbsp; &nbsp; ARRIVAL. &nbsp; From London, via Rio Janeiro, yesterday, having left Plymouth 18th May, and Rio Janeiro 18th August, the barque Trial, 340 tons, Captain Day, with a general cargo. &nbsp; Passengers—Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harper, child and servant, Mr. and Mrs. Edwards, &nbsp; Miss Hernon, Dr. Mowbray, Messrs. Jackson, Easton, Bell, and Morrison; intermediate, Mr. and Mrs. Andrews and two children, Mr. and Mrs. James, Mr. and Mrs. Gibbs and child, Mrs. Herbert and child, Mr. Owen, and Mr. Hemming. &nbsp;