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METEOROLOGY. COMPILED EXPRESSLY FOR THE "SYDNEY MORNING HERALD" [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 August 1842
I METEOROLOGY. I COMPILED EXPRESSLY FOR THE " SYDNEY MORNING HERALD/' i ? ' ? - METEOROLOGICAL REPORT, SOUTH HEAD, FROM 1st TO 7tii AUGUST, 1812. SIOOX S AGE. BAROMEÏER. 11TACHED THERMOMETER. DET VCHED TIIEltllOMETER. 2S 2.9 ¡/NewOll'tol \ A.M. 29'59 29-SG 29-87 29-63 29-5Ü 29-61 29-54. 29-05 29-SS 29-78 29-40 29-70 29-88 29-7Í 23-i3 1 29-Û0 , 29-19 29-Cl ¡ 29-G'O 29-17 29-IS 29-77 29-90 29-77 29-17 29-54 29-GO 29-53 51 46 53 Si 49 46 49 S.W., S.S.W., S., S.E. by S., S.W. W. by S., W.S.W., W. W., N.E., N.N.E. to N. N., N. half E., N., S.W., W. half S. W. to W.S.W. W., W.S.W., W. by S., W. W.S.W.,W.byS;,W.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 August 1842
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. Wc insert, for the information of the Public, an Abstract of ali the Public Sale» which take place M» II. THIS DAY. iviR DLicKUAis -\t the Commissariat Stoi es, it 10 o clock, Surplus. Ship Stores, at his Rooms, at J 3 o'clock, Land on the Sun y Hills. Mooiil at>o Hiinov-On the Pienuses of Mi Gilham, George stiect, at 11 o clock, \\ cuing Appirel, Hats, lummings, and Shop lutings Mu Svmi-il Lions.-At Ins Mart, at 11 o clock, Cloth Caps Tut *mii mu -At the London Tavern, at 12 o clock, Leases of Houses m Kent-street
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 August 1842
BIRTHS. On the 1st instant, at Ravenswood, Argyle, Mrs. Curlewis, of a son. On the 3rd instant at Newcastle, the wife of H. Rees, Esq., R. E. D., of a son. DEATHS. On Friday night, at ten minutes before ten, Mrs. Ann Hill, wife of Mr. John Hill, Cabinet- maker and Upholsterer, Pitt-street. On Sunday, the 7th instant, after a long and painful illness, at the residence of his son, Parramatta street, Mr. George Pope, late of Newport, Isle of Wight, aged 67 years.
DREADFUL EXPLOSION OF THE "TELEGRAPH" STEAMER. (From the Glasgow Courier, March 22.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 August 1842
DREADFUL EXPLOSION OF THE "TELEGRAPH" STEAMER. I (From the Glasgow Courier, March 22J | lui leideis of the ¿7 muí aie nwnie that a fine f i»t sailing stennet, named the 1i.Il &lt;/ianli, was latelj built foi fio mu tindo for the pm pose of competing with the liulvvaj Slie lui-, bei n plj tug foi b une time b iek lind bung on the high piessinc piniciple, li is be it the svv, lite t stLnmeis in til" | ns» i.re to Gicenocl 'iistrida», about ball p ist 12 o clock, the pe >plc on the .¡le mi bo it q i ij , Giconoik, heaid aiepoit as ífabatteiy of cannon li id been duel aiL,ed at Helcnsbuigb, (a distance of four miles) \ smoke was seen to anse, and tilcscopes being piocured, the explosion of the Jthjitiph w is nn mediitcly discovctcd Ino of the tug steamcis lying at Gicenoek (|inj, got the steam up, and sailed lol Ilclciisbuigb to lendei what( vei assistance tbcj could On mining at Helcnsbuigb thev found that th» liliyiuph s boilei had cNplodcd and th it the hull of the vessel ...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. LATEST FROM CARTHAGENA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 August 1842
ii 21UÜX.ÍSU ESTJÎÛCTS. 1 LATEST FIIOMCAIITHAGENA. | Il ni following are the paiticulars, from the Itoi/al Gazelle, ot 1 cbruiiy li, of the captuie and d struction ot the Cirtliagenuin fleet by the lill tish liun-ol wai bug Charybdis -Import VNT from Carthaolna-Her Ma jestv s brig Pilot, Commander Raumy, ar livedheic on Tiul i> listfiom I imnica and Buibuloes She brought some highly inter eating news fiom Cutbagina-no less than thctiptme lid destiuetion of the Culba geman ileetbv I ter Majesty s bug Churybdn, Licutcna it ^í D.. Conic}, Cominandei Wc p miot lind that the Pilot has hiought a ,sin"le icjispapei giving the palticnhus ot the ¡action we thert-fqep a).e rompcllcd to lesoit ¡to ord liiloimition, though wa nave l)o ¡doubt ot its coiieetness Ihe paitteil irs so [faiaswe canasceitun aie, that i Colonel j Greng md some othci Butish subjects, eithei foi ^omeiealor ima0niii} o'icnee, weie in caichi ed bv the Caithageniau Government Hie Colonel hiving applied to the Butish Cons...
THE TWOPENNY POST. [?]o the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 August 1842
ff THE TWO PU N N Y POS I*. IH'o the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. \ IîiNTiEMEN, - lho discontinuance of the lost deliveiy round ¡jiuiy Hills, Dilling mist and neighbonihood now tint it lum [i come so thickly populate d,besulos its being Iitlim the bound tues ot the citv, 19 a fi itlci of vci} great icgiet and mconveni ince mil in m my cases serious injin i by its lot being made publicly known lettcis [avmg laid in the Post Olltce tor upvvnid» ot Ix weeks A« a lcsident on Sun} Hills I Iroul 1 íespi ctfull} suugcst to the Postmastci E> ncral the uccessit} of recommencing lh" Linen and miling a sufiicicnt dingo to lovel the additional e\pense, as I conceive economy being the ordci of the da}), tint h be the ciuse ot its discontiuuincc ieehng JÉitisfiei1 Ih it those inhabitants who hive not IS i ian at the ir comm md to send evtiy day to Hj> quiie foi then lettcis, would elicit fully áSi} it so mci than then lettcis should lay gwuic week afici week "ioui insertion will ¡¡...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. ST. ANDREW'S CHAPEL. [?]o the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 August 1842
M oiiOtiTAii oaniasJonDUMoa. i1 ST. ANDREW'S CHAPEL. I Wo the Jlditoi s of lite Sydney Moi n'niy IIci aid. ÍENriivirN-I am induced lo tioublc you itli a few lines fiom leading a lettei in yom ipci signed 'Luthoi,' relating to bunt ndiew s Chapel, in Gcoige street, and am, will own, somewhat suipnsod it the tone Inch he, appaiently a sinceie Chnicbnian, is thought pioper to adopt He appears to mik th it the el oss is inapt emblematic ii namentfoi the House ot God -and jet in 938>ncliision he suggest« thepropuety of tal in¿ ¡JÉówn the large one willi what object I can v&t divine Clenrlj the pietended one of ÍA-cseiung the syimnctij of the building HKniint he the lcilonc, because w tbout the SsSoss it the gable end it would be lop sided ?¡»siippoic the llitci tiou is to piopitialc our Síiesbj tenan biethieii, who it appeals, hilve SjÄken oflence at oin using the sign of Gin ist. s iSjussum as a memento of hi« death, for till Sow I revei lieirdanj such objection raised ]&...
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 August 1842
VAN DIEMENS LAND. The Hobart Town papers to the 2nd instant, came to hand yesterday, but we see nothing in them to extract except the Market prices : HOBART TOWN MARKETS. July 29.-There has been little wheat coming to town-during the last few days, notwithstanding which prices have not ex- perienced any alteration, Pine flour at the mills, C19. Wheat, 7». Cd. to 7s. 9d. ; barley, English, Gs. Gd. to 7s. ; Cape ditto., ¿is. Gd. to Gs. ; oats, 5s. Gd. to Gs. per bushel ; hay (pressed) £8, ditto, (loose,) £6 10s. to £7; straw, £3 10s. to £i per ton ; Port Arthur cuaV, 20s. pel- ton, delivered ; Sydney coals, 40s. per ton, ditto; she oak, 13s. to 14s. per ton; gum wood, 8s. to 9s. per ton. Potatoes, £7 per ton ; cabbages, Is. Gd. per dozen ; turnips, 2s. per dozen bunches ; carrots, 5s. per cwt. ; cauliflowers, 4g. per dozen. Turkeys, 14s. geese, lOj. ducks, Gj., fowls, 4s. per pair; eggs, Is. Oil. to 2s. per dozen; fresh butter, 2s. 3d. to 2s. Gd. per. lb. Shingles, 8s. to 93. per thou...
FALL OF GHUZNI. (From the Friend of India, April 7.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 August 1842
FALL OF GUUZNI. I (From the Friend of India, April 7.) Tiie fall of Ghuzni is no longer a matter of doubt. The official despatch of the Commandant, Colonel Palmer, to the officer commanding at Jellalabad, has reached Government, from which we learn that an overpowering force had been sent against it, and that the want of water con- strained the Colonel to capitulate, on the condition of being conducted safely with his garrison to Cabul. The town was filled with thousands of infuriated Ghnzies or fanatics, over whom the Affghan chiefs possessed little control, and it was doubt- ful whether it would be in their power to secure the fulfilment of the conditions : the mind must therefore be prepared for the most unfavourable tidings. The loss of this fortress, the capture of which formed the brightest, and in fact the only achievement of the Affghan cam- paign, is without question the most re- markable instance of the vicissitude of human affairs we have experienced in India. Alas for th...
CAUSE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 August 1842
I ... CAUSELIST. M» T,"£k following is the cause lût fa Mw Tuesday-Simmons v. Abraham : tJIk ». Walford ; the Attorney-General t (¿UM! D.u.tt « Steele ; Valentine ^,H thur v. Ciew and another; Maca £??? Hughes and another; Dacre ».HebuflLV mid another; Hebblewhite v. CiZiLB6 Hobble« hite ». Gibbons; Broad"iH1 mind; Sculthers v. Birnstingl; PiIdmHV Dyce; Ganaid v. Christiati; Ä^B. another v. Bolton; 11,11 ". ri.o.npllm, S« v. Sheiwin; Bulle» «. Hustler. ' "HH1 Wednesday.-Nash t. Borton; S'niñlK riiomson ; Stead v. Jarvis; Levy r It.JLnV Garnison r>. Bj les; Lord ». Dover''MuíL^B mott d. White-; Smith v. llijnnl 'llTIL^V also a suiipleineiit.il list for this dar Ji^Kl I'liuisdij -Banco. ^^B Saturday.-Banco ; on which u,iv tlitîrliiHr ends. siiiBc The Common Jury tiials comnmcii^K; Tuesday next and end on the fuuoiviutlij^K,
LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—CIVIL SIDE. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 August 1842
tAW XWrBLLÏ&aiiCE. '.,', J SUPREME COURT.-Civil Side. Monday. Biíi'oni) Mr. Justice Stephen, and Assessors, Dllou'ix und IIolmnoswoiitii. DUGUID V. RICH.' This was nu action brought to recover j£200, being the value of a promissory note. Mr. Foster appeared for the plaintiff; and Mr. Windeyer, for the défendant. Mr. Foster commenced the proceedings by giving ¡in outline of Hie cnse, from which it appeared that the plaintilf was L. Duguid, Eso,., Munnger of the Commercial Bank, and the defendant, Jacob Rich, baker, lat& of Cumberland street, residing at Balmain, The defence set up was, tbat due notico of dishonour had not been given. Evidence of the value of the note having been given, several people from the Post Ollice were called ; one of whom proved that it was usual to leave all letters for Balmain at Chape's public-house, the Royal Oak, Mil- ler's Point. Another letter carrier proved having left a letter there in February, 1812, addressed to the defendant. A cle...
THE JELLALABAD ARMY. (From the Englishman, May 6.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 August 1842
THE JELLALABAD ARMY. I (From the Enalishnan. Mau 6.1 V.- - s/ ' J / On the arnval of the 31st Toot and Gth N.I, with M nor Delafosse's troop of Horse Artillery, the whole force, it is positiv el) said, will remove to Gundamuek, leaung two corps to look after Jellalabad, to be relieved e\ery fifteen davs, on ac count of the unhcalthiness of the place, I during the summer months.-Supposed time of remaining at Jellalabad, till the j 1st proximo, and supposed time of our re- maining at Gundamuck till the end of June, when, it is said, we proceed direct to Cabool, after levelling which to the ground the army proceeds to Guzui, Candahar, and, via the Bolan Pass, to Hindostán ; every man to be withdrawn, political agencies to be established, at Shikarpore and Peshawur, beyond which a British force isnot again to advance. How true this may all be, you very likely may know better than we do, but true or not, it passes here for gospel. The Chiefs are coming I in in every direction ; and suppl...
SHIPPING [?]LLIG[?]NO[?]. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 August 1842
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. &nbsp; ARRIVALS. From Hobart Town, yesterday, having left &nbsp; the 1st instant, the schooner Waterlily, 150 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; tons, Captain Brown, with colonial produce. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Passenger—Mr. Foster. &nbsp; &nbsp; From Launceston, the same day, having &nbsp; &nbsp; left the 1st instant, H. M. S. Beagle, Captain &nbsp; Stokes. From Hobart Town, the same day, having left the 3rd instant, the schooner Marian Wat- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; son, 145 tons, Captain Finley, with Colonial &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; produce. Passenger—Mr. Urquhart. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; From Launceston, same day, having left &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; the 4Ith instant, the brig Union, 155 tons, &nbsp; Captain...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 August 1842
DEPARTURES. For the South Sea Fishery, the colonial &nbsp; whaler Caroline, Captain Hunter, with whaling gear. &c. &nbsp; For Moreton Bay, the steamer Sovereign, Captain Cape, with sundries. Passengers—Mr. &nbsp; and Mrs. Sibley, Mr. and .and Mrs. J. M. Solomon, and seven in the steerage.
COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 August 1842
COASTERS INWARDS. August 8.—Shamrock, steamer, 200, Gil- &nbsp; more, from Morpeth, with 30 bales of wool, &nbsp; and 200 bushell wheat ; Defiance, 16, Hall, from the Hawkesbury, with 68 bushels wheat, and 540 bushels maize ; Sisters, 48, Martin, from &nbsp; Newcastle with coals ; Polynesia, 160, Horne, from the McLeay, with 20,000 feet timber ; &nbsp; Thomas Lord, 70, Jones, from Port Phillip, with sundries ; Rose, 172, Pattison, from Mor- &nbsp; &nbsp; peth, with 10 bales wool, 21 tons potatoes, and 708 bushels maize ; Lord Saumarez, 201, &nbsp; McLeod, From Port Phillip, with sundres ; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Star, 12, Thompson, from Ulladulla, with 100 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; bushels wheat ; Thompson, 37, Porter, from &nbsp; &nbsp; Lake Macquarie, in ballast ; Acme, 18, Brad- &nbsp; &a...
COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 August 1842
COASTERS OUTWARDS. August 8.—Sisters, 48, Morton, for New- castle, in ballast ; Rose, steamer, 172, Patti- son, for Morpeth, with sundries ; Dove, 13, Hart, for Brisbane Water, in ballast ; Sovereign, &nbsp; 119, Cape, for Moreton Bay, with sundries ; Louisa, 10, Glover, for Brisbane Water, in ballast ; Shamrock, steamer, 200, Gilmore, &nbsp; for Morpeth, with sundries ; Ellen, 15, Thoms, for the Hawkesbury, in ballast ; Lucy Ann, 38, Parry, for the McLeay, with sun- dries. Endeavour, 14, Shakeshaft, for the Hawkesbury, with sundries. &nbsp;
FORCING THE KHYBER PASS, AND CAPTURE OF ALY MUSJID. (From the Calcutta Star, April 22.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 August 1842
FORCING THE KHYBER PASS, AND CAPTURE OF ALY MUSJID. I (From the Calcutta Star, April 22J | Tnn Delhi Gazette Extraordinaarij has just come to hand. Right full ¡is the as- surance of General Pollock's continued success. It is the mortal effect of forcing the pass that will give full value to the operation. We were the first to say what we suppose all thought-we now repeat it -" Who would not make a sacrifice to be present when Pollock and Sale met ?" By this time, in all human probability, they have met, and the day of our gloom has, we trust, gone by. Delhi Gazette Extraordinary. Confident in the success which would attend the operations agninst the Afredis, in the event of their refusing the terms offered them, and that our friends would not forget us, it is with a peculiar satis- faction \vc hasten to lay before our sub- scribers the intelligence, scanty but most satisfactory, and brought, we presume, by express, that on the 5 th of this month, the entrance of the Khyber Pass was ...
VESSELS LAID ON FOR THESE COLONIES. (From Hardy's Shipping List, March 30.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 August 1842
VESSELS LAID ON FOR THESE COLONIES. (From Hardy 's Shipping List, March 30.) &nbsp; &nbsp; FOR NEW SOUTH WALES.—CeyIon, 253 tons, &nbsp; &nbsp; S. W. Hurry, master, April 2 ; Duke of Man- chester, 500, W. S. Murray, April 5 ; Sons of Commerce, 431, E. C. Williams, April 10 ; St. George, 283, J. G. Sughrue, April 12 ; Aden, 422, A. S. Waddell, April 16 ; Trial, 340, E. B. Day, April 23 ; Spartan, 400, W. Macey, April 25 ; Harlequin, 350, W. Har- rison, April 25 ; Morley, 530, C. Evans, April &nbsp; 25 ; Eden, 420, F. Boyce, April 30 ; Kinnear, 400, W. Lidderdale, June 1. FOR PORT PHILLIP.—Cygnet, 230, W. Dalston, April 7 ; Caledonia, 403, J. Liddell, April 9 ; Cheverell, 500, H. R. Harvey, April 22. FOR VAN DIEMAN'S LAND.—Hope, with con- &nbsp; victs, 377, J. Goss, master, March 27 ; Royal Admiral, 414, George Weakner, April 7. For Hobart Town ; Haidee, 300, J. Marshall, April 2 ; Sultan, 400, A. Mont- gomery, April 5 ; May Flower, 320,...
The Sydney Morning Herald. TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1842. "Sworn to n[?] Master, of no Sect am I." THE COLONISTS MUST HELP THEMSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 August 1842
THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I &nbsp; THE COLONISTS MUST HELP THEMSELVES Now that the Colonists are overtaken by that dreaded calamity, the stoppage of immigration, it behoves them to look well into the whole question of their ways and means for future supplies of labour. The exhaustion of the Land Fund on the one hand, and the precious blunderings of Lord Stanley or Sir George Gipps on the other, have settled British emigration for one while. Between them, these gentlemen have done the business completely, for a couple of years at least. But, independently of the strange mis- representations which we noticed last week, emigration has received another and still heavier blow, from the stunning effects of which there is no pros- pect of its recovering within any de- finite number of years ; we refer to Lord Stanley's Land and Emigration Act, which permanently, or at least for the full term of Her Majesty's life, appropri...