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The Sydney Morning Herald. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1842. "Sworn to no Matter, of no Sect am I." EVIDENCE OF THE IMMIGRATION REPORT. [CONCLUDED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 October 1842
Zht agttttcg fttormng ftgraltt. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1842. ? "Sworn to no Matter, of no Sect am li* EVIDENCE OF THE IMMIGRATION REPORT. [CONCLUDED.] TH. ARTISAN SHEPHERDS.-We have over and over again complained of that unwise, unjust, and mischievous article in our Bounty Regulations which shuts out that large class of our suffering fellow« subjects, the unemployed and half-starved operatives in the manufacturing districts. That these are the people of whom Eng* land and Scotland have the greatest sur* - plus, forming in England the heaviest burthen upon the poor-rates ; that they are the people by whom the benefits of emi- gration are most deeply needed, and out of whose dense masses the Emigration Agents could most readily procure the largest numbers of able-bodied men and virtuous women-are truths toa notorious to admit of contradiction. But still our absurd regulations preclude them from the bounty, because they do not come within any of the eight elasses which alone, it is ass...
LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—CRIMINAL SIDE. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 October 1842
&nbsp; LAW INTELLIGENCE SUPREME COURT.-CRIMINAL SIDE. THURSDAY. BEFORE HIS Honor Chief Justice Sir JAMES &nbsp; DOWLING. The ATTORNEY-GENERAL prayed the judg- ment of the Court upon John Jones, Nicholas Lewis, George Beavors, Thomas Whelan, Henry Sears, and James Woolf, convicted on the previous day of piracy with attempt to murder. The prisoners were placed at the bar, and the Clerk of Arraigns asked, in the usual manner, if they knew of any thing for or had any thing to say, why the sentence of the Court should not be passed upon team, and carried into effect according to law? &nbsp; John Jones said, that he had a few rémarks to offer. He felt it his duty now to speak, as it was probably the last opportunity he should have of speaking on this subject, ere he was summoned into the presence of his Creator and eternal Judge. He did not intend to say any thing in mitigation of the sentence about to be passed by the Judge, he expected no mercy ; he asked for non...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 October 1842
SPECIAL NOTICE. rli Subscribers to this Paper, and the Public generally, are respectfully informed, that in future Ihe following Rules will be strictly adhered to : In Sydney.-*-No new ¡subscribers will be received without one quarter being paid in advance, for which ten per cent, will be allowed ; the sub- scription in advance being 13s. 6d. per qunrter. In the Country.-No new Sub- scribers will be received without half-a-year being paid in advance, for which ten per cent, will be al- lowed; the subscription in advance being £1 Us. 6d. per half year ; and the Proprietors must be furnished at the time with a written under liking that all future payments, both for subscription and charges oY 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 them have stood over twelve months, and pro- ceedings for recovering ths amount due will be instit...
NEW [?] EXTRACTS. (From the Nelson Examiner.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 October 1842
*«.' »Mr xaAfcASBtro s«vvaia\o*a, (iront the Nelson Examiner.) PROGRESS OF NELSON.-When we re- flect that it wns only in February last that the'1 first immigrant ship (the Fifeshire) entered Nelson haven, and found no in- habitants, native or European, with the exception of the surveying staff, who had preceded it three months-that we were lo- , ' «atedin a district previously unknown, with a harbour into which nothing larger than a canoe had beforo entered-when we reflect on this, and look around us and see the- number of stores filled with mer- chandise, well-built houses, cultivated gardens, and ships in harbour, have we not reason to be satisfied-reasons for self grátulation ? In speaking of this settle- ment, we shall do our utmost to avoid par tjalityand prejudice, and confine our state- ment* so strictly to facts, that, if our inferences are questioned, the bases on which they are founded shall uot be ques- tioned, Seven months have passed since our arrival, and ten since the...
[?] AYRSAN EXTRACTS. (From the British Packet.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 October 1842
I Bvaiffoa ATSaAir »taaeTS. I (From the British Packet.) | THE Montevideo papers to the 21st June have come to hand. In one of the 18th we are informed that " accounts from all parts of the Interior assure us of the de- termination of the inhabitants to resist to the last extremity the aggressions of Buenos Ayres." A great change, it would appear, has conic over the land within a very short period. But a few days previous the veracious Nacional dolefully related the following : " They write us from Mercedes that, on the 2f)th ult., the decree of the Govern- ment, announcing the dangerof thecouutry, had been publicly read there, and that, when all expected at the conclusion there would have been energetic vivas for the Republic, for the President, General Ri- vera, and for Liberty ; and mueras for the cut-throat Rosas and head-chopper Oribe, an ill-articulated "Viva la Patia" was scarcely heard. The auditory was well disposed, but there was a want of impulse, and all remained in the ...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 October 1842
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE &nbsp; INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. MEETINGS FOR TODAY. - An adjourned meeting in the estate of Michael Connor, for examination only, at eleven o'clock ; a special meeting in the estate of Charles Evans, at twelve ; an adjourned meeting, in the estate of Rees Jones, at ten ; and a single meeting in the estate of William Mannings Montague Arnold, at Maitland. NEW INSOLVENTS.-The following persons had their schedules registered yesterday :- Thomas Nalder, of George-street, Sydney, Merchant; Matthew Clarke, of the district &nbsp; of Evan, Yeoman ; James Nowlan, of Dur- ran Durran, in the county of St. Vincent, Farmer.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 October 1842
SALES BY AUCTION. ' ABBOBTS» .TAn&lt;ma»T. MR. BLACKMAN will «eil by auction, st bl» room», George-street, adjoining the Bank of New South Wale«, THI8 DAY; the 22nd instant, at eleven o'clock: precisely, One case of assorted stationery. _Term« at «ale. 5513 vssfVMny, MR. BLACKMAN will sell by auction, at hi« Rooms, George street, adjoining the Bank of New South Wale«, THIS DAY, the 22nd in»tant, at eleven o'clock precisely, Four dozen sedlitz, in case» , Twenty, one case» marking iak Fifteen dozen essence of peppermint Nine ditto Jamaica ginger Five ditto ginger and camomile. Terms ¡it «ale. «522 TO SBAfcHUS AN» OTHSUta. MR. SlMUEi, LYONS will soil by Aur. tion. at hi« Mart, the corner of George, street and Charlotte.pUce, THIS DAY, the 22nd instant, at eleven o'clock, Fourteen hogshead« Porter Two Book-cases Handsome «et of Gig Harnta« Six Regiater and other Stove« Quantity of Zinc and PalUading Siiven bundle« Kangaroo Skia«, Iron Pot«, &c. One cask zinc nails. Term...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 October 1842
M'AXAT SITU, in rpHK Schooner AT^JVCF, »tilt «^HHffi^v M. to-day for the M'Leay River. IJWPLÍJJF For freiglit or passage apply on cjgBSJgSflfc board, or to MR. THORNTON, 56G4 Custom House. ros xossoir »xaaor. /fXli~ rp HE FINE SHIP ^^JÎQJ^. A nOYAL GEORGS, T|w|^ A 1, burthen 600 ton», George «?^jesSa""9 Richard», commander, in ex- pected daily from Manila, and will immediately after arrival commence loading, having gieater part of her cargo engaged. For freight or pai .age apply to DONALDSON, DAWES, and CO. October 21. 5671 xrovioa. i Pr- rpHE Brig SUPPLY, Captain vSÊ^ A Browne, will »ail positively Tflf^jtw tor London, on the 27th imtant, tgjJtjJjgçsÎM and ha» room for one more cabin passenger. Apply to AUGUSTUS GORE. 5865 Spring-street. k&R. "WTANTED TO PURCHASE, wBÖKv T V . Vestel from fifteen to Tfe^ffSir thirty ton». Apply to Mr. Dun, .33gKSE*§gr> Druitt-ltreet. Sydney, October 21. 5P59 ? J utm i ? * .i TAica itoTXon. Ä rpHAT CAPTAIN DALSTON, fäSkf M. Commander of th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 24 October 1842
COUNTRY SALES. ' Ma. ,1, BYRNES;.-At Tongabbee, October 27, Household Furniture, Horses, Marcs, Cows, Bulls, Working Oxen, Fat Bullocks, &c.' MR. L. WHITE.-At Mr. W. Furlow's " Wng l gon and Horses," near Richmond, October 26, Farms, Allotments of Land, Buildings, Entire Horse, Household Furniture, Ac.
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 24 October 1842
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. I Stock on hand loth instant.-It. P. rum, 143,157 gallons; brandy, 214,271 gallon«; Î;in, 57,103 gallons; other spirits, 67,065 gal olia ; fig and Cavendish tobacco, /¡&lt;)5,259, Sounds; Brazil ditto,' 61,824 pounds; leaf itto, 33,689 pounds ; cigars, 80,983 pounds ; muff, 12,453 pounds. Received during the week.-Nil. Delivered for Home Consumption.-B. P. rum, 1375gallons ; brandy, 1078 gallons ¡gin, 386 gallons; other spirits, nil; fig and Ca- vendish tobacco, 8661 pounds; Brazil ditto, nil; leaf ditto, nil; cigars, 444 pounds ; snuff, nil. Delivered for Exportation.-B. P. rum, 11M0 gallons; brandy, 95 gallons; gin, 157 gallons ; other spirits, 127 gallons ; fig and Cavendish tobacco, 2000 pounds ; Brazil ditto, nil ; leaf ditto, nil ; cigars, 66 poutidi ; snuff, nil. Stock on hand 22nd instant.-B. P. rum, 140,592 gallons ; brandy, 218,098 gallons ; Î;in, 56,620 gallons ; other spirits, 66,938 gal- ons; fig and Cavendish tobacco, 584,595 pounds; Brazil...
COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 24 October 1842
' '."" ^ '. . COASTERS INWARDS. | i) > JUctoberi 22.-ütorge, 35, Damon, from Newcastle, with coals; Thistle, steamer, 127, Mulhall, from Morpeth, with 30 trusses hay, .l!;."iO,bags .maize, 30 bales wool, &c.; William the,Fourth, steamer, ¡li, Moon, iiom East Gosford, with 1000 feot timber, 40,000 sliin . '})|le*,' 8000 palings.
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 24 October 1842
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. London.-WILLIAM FULCHÊR. 216 tons, J. B. Metcalfe, agent, 1st November. London.-SUPPLY, 123 ton?, A. Gore, agent, 27th October. Launceston.-WILLI AMS, 218 tons, Campbell and Co., agents, 23rd October. Hobart Town.-CAROLINE, 113 tons.G. Thorne, agent, 27th October. Hobart Town and Adelaide.-EMMA, 121 tons, T. and M. Woolley, agents, 20th Oc- tober. Port Phillip.-CHRISTINA, 126 tons, A, B. Smith and Co., agents, 25th Octnbcr. New Zealand.-SIR JOHN BYNG, 169 tons, Boyd and Co., agent, 25th October.
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 24 October 1842
DEPARTURES. ' OctoberlS.-WINSLOWE, Pearce, master, for Smith Sea Fishery. October Iß. - BROTHERS, M'Ken/ie, master, for Guam. , , October 10.-WILLIAM, Thom, master, for Launceston. Octoberl7.-AUSTRALASIAN PACKET Hill, master, for China October 17.-DAWSON, Price, master, for Guam, October 17.-TYRIAN, Clarkson, master, for G nain. October 19.-CINTRA, Chounding, mastei, for Tahiti. October 19. - DUKE OF RICHMOND Clark, master, for Port Phillip. October 19.-TALENT, Finnic, master, for Hobart Town. October 19.-THOMAS CRISP, Metcalf, master, for Guam. October 21.-LADY RAFFLES, Weller, master, for London. October 21.-ROYAL MAIL, Anglîm/ master, for New Zealand. October 21.-STAR, Ebrill, master, for Tahiti. October2I.-SEAHORSE,Tallon, master, for Launceston and Port Phillip.
The Sydney Morning Herald. MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." DEATH OF GOVERNOR HOBSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 24 October 1842
Site Jbgttweg JWorm-ng fttralfr., Il I SSBBSSBSmimaamaBBSamBBm ' "' ' MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 18*2. -** f^Swóni to no Muter, of no Sect am J." ;TJt^H OF GOVERNOR HOBSON. 'By ¡¡the Shamrock, from'Auckland last .vening, we leam that Captain WILLIAM ItoBsoN, the first British Governor of ithe Islands of New Zealand, died at Go wrnment House, Auckland, on Friday, the JQth of September. -? The funeral took ^Kèé'W tlie following Tuesday. ,His .remains /were deposited in a brick ;'¡v»nít prepared in the new burial ground. .The Honorable the Colonial Secretary, 'WILLOUGHBY SHORTLAND,1 Es&lt;j|.i fol iowesi aStchief mourner,' after whom walk- st in procession all the officers of Govern- ment, and nearly all the respectable inha- bitants of Auckland. Captain HOBSON ,haa,left a young and interesting family.
ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 24 October 1842
ARRIVALS. [ October 15-DORSET, Walsh, master, from Adelaide, 5th instant. October 10.-SALUS, Wilkinson, mai cr, from Manila, 11th July. , - October Ki.-M ATHESIS, Gordon, master, from St. Antonio, 23rd J til v. . October 10.-II. M. S. FLY, F. B. Black- well, Esq., master, from Hobart Town 0th and Port Arthur, loth instant. October 17.-SEAHORSE, Tallon, master, from Hobart Town, 13th instant. October 17.-H. M. S. BRAMBLE, Yule, Esq., master, from Port Arthur, 10th instant. October 17.-NANCY, Sheridan, master, from Hobort Town, Bill instant. October 17.- WARLOCK, Le Grand, master, from Lnuncesten, 14tb instant. « October 17.-UNION, Grainger, master, from Launceston, 12th instant.' October l8.-CYGNET, Daltson, master, from Pott Phillip, Olli instant. October 20 -C A It O L I N E, Coombes, master, from Hobart Town, 11th instant. October 20.-COQUETTE, Loten, master, from Tahiti, loth ult. , -, October 21.-TRIAL, Dav, master, from Plymouth, 18th May, Rio, 18th August.
INDIAN LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 24 October 1842
INDIAN LABOUR. | WE Lave been favoured with a copy of the Memorial to Lord STANLEY, pre ,p»red by the Committee of the " Asso- ciation for obtaining permission to import doolies or other labourers from India," -which is now in course of signature, and tis to be sent to^England by an early op portuuity. ¡The Memorial sets out by stating that lb« agriculturists, stockholders, and other employers ofjabour, in New South Wales swithreatened Wirti «'meviUble ruin" by the .scarcity oí labour';,' that experience W shown that the Hill Coolie» or !I)hangurs are a class " well qualified for fast wal pmuits in which their services would be principally required;" that the Memorialists have seen with interest Lord STANLEY'S Dnpatch £No. 47, dated 22nd January, 1842,] to Sir LIONEL SMITH, respecting the introduction of free labour into the Mauritius from India, andfeel con fident thai with "that spuit of impartiality and justice which has «ver characterised" .hisLordship's administration, he will ...
EXPORTS. Reports from the 15th to the 22nd [?] clusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 24 October 1842
« ' EXPORTS. ";''' Reports from the Wh to the 22nd «awi«' cluiive. i ..,:", October lï.-DAWSQN, »27 tont, Price master, for Guam 35 tons sandall *OM, « cases wine. &lt;-i J QctoUer 17.-CINTRA, 114 toni, Ça» ding, mister, for South Sea Islandii » packages haberdashery, 1 ton flour, 8 paws«« groceries, 2 barrels sugar, 1 casi; ÇOtWS > boxes soap, 1 cask beef, 1 pack.«» m«101 gcr>, 7 kegs paint, CO pAoJfcage» tcmowi' supplies, l'case glass, October lï-TUQMAS CRISP, 171 «.» Metcalfe, master for Guam, 140 tool NU« 17 harreis poik, IO tiercLSbeef, «'."'¿'J0' tjans, & «as« lucifers, 7 trunks shoes, WM*" Soap, 21 kega wheat, U crates «r(nenwstc, 3 biuiùWt can\as, 20 casts wine, »» w» idoklcs, «52 keg* gunpowder, 33 quarter-case brandy, 24 casks rum, 5 hogshead« gai October 18-ROY AL MAIL, 91 tow Anglim, master, for New Zealand, W sealing stores _,,,,, .1 October 1!)-S TAR, lu')-**». IS"Ti *" Tahiti, COtons sandal *«>à, 8 case! cotton goods, I vp,splopiingglasses, 70...