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ENGLISH EXTRA[?]S MILITARY PROMOTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 1 August 1842
ENGLISH EXTRACTS &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; MILITARY PROMOTIONS. War Office, April. 8. - 7th Dragoon Guards.-Cornet O'Neal Scgrave to be Lieut., by purchase, vice Stevenson, who retires; A. H. Butler, Gentleman to be Cornet, by purchase, vice Segiave. 1st Foot.-Captain J. W. Butt, from half-pay Unattached, to be Capt., vice W. McPher son, who exchanges. 4th Foot.-T. D. Lightbody, M.D., to be Assistant Surgeon, vice Allman, appointed to the 78th Foot. 8th Foot.-Surgeon AV. Gardiner, from the 83d Foot, to be Surgeon, lice Maitland, who exchanges. IOth Foot.-Major G. Power to be Lieutenant Colonel, without purchase; Bicvct Major T. L. L. Gallo- way to be Major, lice Power; Lieutenant li. C. Powell lo be Capf.iin vice Galloway. To be Lieutenants, without purchase Lieut. E. Lee, from the '10th Foot ; Lieut. II. Sall, norn the 3d West India liegt. ; Ensign II. A. Hollinsvvorth, fronTthe Suth Foot ; Ensign II. It. Norman, from the 34ih Foot; Second Lieutenant J. It. G. Po...
METEOROLOGY. COMPILED EXPRESSLY FOR THE "SYDNEY HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 August 1842
METEOROLOGY. COMPILED EXPRESSLY FOR THE " SYDNEY HERALD." METEOROLOGICAL REPORT, SOUTH HEAD, FROM 25th TO 31st JULY, 1842. MOON S AGE. BAROMETER. ATTACHED THERMOMETER. DETACHED THERMOMETER. 17 l8 19 20 21 22 / Last &lt; 14'toi \ A.M. 29'69 29-81 29'Gl 29-27 29-33 29-54 29*53 29-70 29-70 29-44 29-16 29-37 29-52 29-44 29-71 29-75 29-43 29-16 29-38 29-50 29-44 29-75 29-75 29-41 29*21 29'43 29-54 29*48 56 54 60 63 55 53 54 not o-oi W., W. by S., S.E., W: W., S.E., W. W., W. by N., W. W.N.W., W. by N., AY., W. by S. W., W. by S., S.W. by W., Wr. W., S.E. by S., W. W., S.E.halfS., S.E., S:W.,
RATES OF FREIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 August 1842
RATES OF FREIGUT. . Hobart Town-£1 5s. per ton. Launceston-£l 10s. per ton. New Zealand and South Australia-£210s. per ton. Port Phillip-£2 10s. per ton. London-Wool lid. per lb, ; Oil per tun £l 10s. RATES OF INSURANCE. London-2 to 24 per cent. Hobart Town-1 per cent. Launceston-1} per cent. Port Adelaide- 2 per cent. New Zealand-1 to 1J per «out. DUTIES. - SPlalTS AND TOBACCO, AUB USUALLY SOLD I!&lt; DOND-ALL OTllEa ARTICLES (fOBEIOn) DUTY rAID. *. d. Brandy . 12 0 Gin.-.. 12 0 B.P.Rum. !) 0 Foreign Rum . 12 0 Tobacco, manufactured. 2 0 Tobacco, unmanufactured . 1 6 Snuff. 2 0 Cordials. 12 0
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 August 1842
I SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. | Stock on bund, 23rd instant-B P mm, 1S?,7')2 gallons, blandy, ¿10,712 gallons, gin, 60,413 gallons, other spirits, 67,414 gal- lons, fig and Cavendish tobacco, 707,506 pounds , Brazil ditto, 64,824 pounds, leaf ditto, 42, )8S pounds, cigars, 01,909 pounds, snuff, 12,813 pounds Received during the week -B P rum, nil, brandy, 1182 gallons, gin, ml, other spirits, ml, fig and Cav cndish tobacco, 6103 pounds, Brazil ditto, nil, leaf ditto, nil, cigars ditto nil, snuffnil Delivered for home consumption-B P rum, 1711 gillons brandy, 1001 callous gin, HO gallons, othei spnits, 23gallons, fi,r and Cavendish tobacco, 6IjI pounds, Pra/i) ditto, ntl, leaf ditto, ml, cigars, 315 pounds, Bimi!, ml Dchv ci ed for exportation-B P ruin, 561 gallons, brandy, 621' gallons, gm, nil, othci spnits, 9G gallons, fig and Cav cndish tobacco, 7020 pounds, Biazil ditto, nil, leaf ditto, nil, cigars, 360 pounds, «miff, nil Stock on hand, 30th instant -B P rum, 181,490 gallons, brandy, ...
EXPORTS. Vessels cleared out from the 23es to the 30th instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 August 1842
I ." EXPORTS. Vessels cleared out from the iZnl to the SOl/i I instant, inclusive. July 2J.-GYPSY, 241 tons, Thehand, master, for Calcutta, via Pondicherry, in bal- last. July 23.-BULL, löO tons, Wrengren, master, for Guam ; 3 casks, 30 boxes steel, 25 casks nails, 8 barrels tar, 7 barrels potash, 4 fn kins butter, 20 tons iron, 2500 * et-stoncs, 3 cases ironmongery, 2 boxes pipes, 5 cwt. gniipjvvdcr, 10 musket«. Inly 25-TAM O'SHANTER, 270 tons, Ellis, master, for M mihi, m ballast July 20 -WILLIAM, 140 tons, Le Grand, master, loi Liunceston, 10 boxes soap, 7 bags cofTee, '21 lukins butter, 1 bag pepper, 10 boxes candle«, 3 bales Icathci, 2 bands dales, 4d ca«ksoranges, 12cases wine, 5 bales gunny bags, 3 cases cotton«, 320 bags sugar, i kegs tobacco. July 26.- ISABELLA, 580 tons, Sinclair, master, for Singapore, in ballast. July 27.-GANGES, notons M'Donald, mosfei, for Batavia, in ballast. July 2')-DIANA, Dividson, master, foi Guam, fill bairds 16 puncheons bread, 00 tons sandal w ...
COASTERS DEPARTED FROM PORT JACKSON, DURING THE MONTH OF JULY, 1842. Sailing. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 August 1842
COASTERS DEPARTED FROM PORT JACKSON, DURING THE MONTH OF JULY, 1842. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sailing For what Place. / Vessels. / Steamers. / Tons. Brisbane Water . . . 26 . . . . . . 4 . . . . . . . 636 Broken Bay . . . . . . 2 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . 36 Broulee . . . . . . . . . 2 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . 48 Botany Bay . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . 19 Clarence River . . . 6 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . 215 Corner Inlet . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . 0 Hawkesbury River . 12 . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . 138 Jervis Bay . . . . . . . . 2 . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . 20 Kiama . . . . . . . . 2 . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . 24 Kempsey . . . . . . 1. . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . 12 Lake Macquarie . 2 . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . 49 Morango . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . 6 . . . . . . . . . 6 Moreton Bay . . . 2 . . . . . . 2 . . . . . . . . . 440 Morpeth . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . 16 . . . . . . . . 2720 McLeay River. . . 3 . ....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 August 1842
ROYAL VICTORIA TIIliATKE. O 11 CAT NOV1.LTV ! ?.'Oft THE BENEFIT OF Mas. KNOWLES. AÍIIS. KNOWLES bogs most respectfully to ; ?' . n lier mimcrnm Friends mid Patrons. Hi v! hci BENEFIT U RkvA for T lU'láDAY EVENING, AUGUST 1th, m' i »he trusts tîut the labour bestowed in a . m ;ing.i» eveiiinsr/s Entertainments which .\ " ,i" j ve worthy ol'tile hig.i patronage with v ' ,v ¡i i'ie Iwnihwiys been favoured, together vu.ilier continued endeavours to merit the unpoit ol' the public generally, will ensure lier, on this occasion, a continuance of those . favours which have hitherto been so plentifully accorded to her. Mrs. K. has the honour to sidnmince that on this occasion will bv pre . T\V AN» ORIGINAL TRAGIC PLAY, V/ri'|J n by Mr. Know les, _ e\ pi ' s-.!y for ills occasion, and which will be jiioducea uv pcAnmion, and under the special license of Till: HONORABLE TUB COI «NIAL .SECRETARY. 'Die Costumes and Properties hy Mr. Simes ; the new and original Music by Mr. S.W. Wallace, the Sc...
PATERSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 August 1842
PATERSON. . h| So few matters of interest now occur M&M on«e busy and flourishing district, thitK'lj late silence has proceeded not less from»iij,i| of anything to relate, than from disiaclinifc;| to record the downward tendency of otj'.Sa aflairs. The late (or may I not rather ni; % the present) panic seems so Completel* ti jj have paralized all business, that but littler a| doing in our speculative or industrious ciittó ïjj The improvements, which but a year iii« fe were so spiritedly carried on to provide accm 1 modnlion for a thickening population, lim vf stopped, as the demand has ceased, and ititi 1&lt;| us, " cottages to let, unfurnished," are i IS plentiful as pockets in the same condilk \| It is, however, a subject for sincere congi* if hition that, while money has been so liardlj 1| obtained for business transactions, fund; hi« I not been wanting to carry forward rcligw 'J works. A neat Scotch Meeting Houie,iiH| already nearly completed, and through I» J i ...
The Sydney Morning Herald. TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I.' WHO IS THE CULPRIT — LORD STANLEY, OR SIR GEORGE GIPPS? [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 August 1842
I ©fit Sgtonrg ¿ttoi'nmg; iljrralïr. TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1812. " Sworn, to no Master, of no Sect am I.' WHO IS THE CULPRIT - LORD STANLEY, OR SIR* GEORGE GIPPS? Either Lord Stanley or Sir George Gil1 ps has done this Colony a serious in- justice and a serious injury-au injustice for which no apology can ntonc ; nn injury which no npology enn repair. Either, on the one hand, his Lordship lins read the public documents in his office so carelessly «is to have cgregiously misunderstood (hem ; or, on- the other, His Excellency ' lins written despatches at variance with his own declarations 'in Council, and at variance with notorious fact. These are grave charges ; but, unhappily, they are but too well substantiated by evidence be- fore the public. In the Herald of last Friday, we pub- lished a speech delivered by Lord Stan- ley in the House of Commons on the 19th of April, in reply to certain questions put to him by Mr. P. M. Stewart, as to whether there was in the colonies a great demand...
COASTERS ARRIVED IN FORT JACKSON, DURING THE MONTH OF JULY, 1842. Sailing [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 August 1842
COASTERS ARRIVED IN PORT JACK- &nbsp; SON, DURING THE MONTH OF JULY, 1842. River .Vr.in wlint Place, Brisbane Water. . Broken Bay .. Broulee . . . Bot'nny Bay . , Clarence River ' Corner Inlet .. Hawkesbury Jervis Bay Kinma . . . Kempsey ' . . Lake Macquarie ' Morarigo- . . Moleton Bay . j Morpeth . . . -M'Lcay River ' Newcastle . . 1'orC Aiken, . Fort Mncqunrie Fort Phillip . ' Paterson River Slidnlhaven Pitt Water . . . Twofold Bay . Ulladulla . . "Williams River Wollongong . Vcuib, 21 4 2 1 4 1 11 1 2 0 5 1 1 1 2 26 8 1 1 4 2 0 1 3 2 1 Totals . .110
CAUSE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 August 1842
CAUSE LIST. Tuesday, August 2.-Gooch v. White ; Spark v. Wilson ; Brown and another v. Hughes and another ; Simmons v. Abrahams ; Jones v. Hughes ; Dunlop and another v. Tozer. Wednesday.-Supplemental list. TnunsDtr.-Tritton «.Walford; Attorney General v. Nash ; Druitt ». Steele ; Valentine v. Jones; Macarthur v. Crew and another; Macartney r. Hughes and another. Friday and Satuuday.-These are Banco days.
LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 August 1842
I KAW XH'TZ.X.X.ia&NCE. | I SUPREME COURT. Bitorf the Chief Justice and Assessors Deloitti and Fcriutui. IRVING V. DUUVnCMl VND VNOTIlFn. This was an action brought toi ccov er ¿115, being the deposit monc) on a purchase of land at Watson's Bay, made by the plmntiil of the defendants, to which land the defendants had not made a title Mi. Douucllv, Mr Windc)ci, and Mr. Dai vail, appeared foi the pi antill, and the Attorne)-Geneial and Mr. Broadhurst for the defendant. The plaintiff proved that certain allot- ments of the land m question, some time b.ick, weic sold on behalf of détendant», at at auction, by Mi. Lyons, and had been pur- chased by lum, the plamtiir, and that the above mentioned sum hld been soon after paid by the plaintiff, as a deposit on the pin chase Subscqucntl) various objections had been taken, on the pi,antill's behalf, to the abstract of title to the land furnished by the defendants, whereupon the plumtift deter- mined to remove the contract, and demande...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGNECE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 August 1842
I BOKMTio ixTa-TtTaiamtiaa, | INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. BcioiiE the Cuín Commissioner examinations Inthcinsolvcncy of William Henry Chownc On Tuesday 2uth ultimo, this insolvent n is examined by Robert Ihoinpson, a crcditoi, as follows I g-iv c my notes for ni) share ot the land which we bought at auction, and othei propei tj, for the purpose ot tarrying on the business, it was mulei stood that theo bills wcie not to be demanded until a vessel then building by thompson and Chow ne « ns complete, tho vessel was available six months ! ago, and the leason that the bills lune not been paid is, that I could not get a settle- ment, Examined by Mr Fuher, for Mr Thomas Chow ne, a creditor I have put all ni) Iinded propcitj mm) schedule 15 I consider my share to be worth ¿,200, I s wem 1 hive received no more than 12s on account ot the t wo hollies nt P)rmont, I commenced the second hoiiic about ten months after the hrn «us finished Hie twelve shillings I received was lor the house I live in m...
RIGHTS OF SQUATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 August 1842
I RIGTITS OF SQUATTERS. We call the particular attention of our readers, especially those interested in pas toval pursuits, to the report which will be found in another column, of the spirited proceedings of a Public Meeting held nt Bathurst, for the purpose of petitioning for an alteration in the Crown Lands Occupation Act. The absurd order under which Mr. Lee, senior, was deprived of his license, has been rescinded, but still there is no reason why some other order equally monstrous and arbitrary, should not be issued to-morrow, and therefore the holders of stock beyond the limits of location are quite right in endeavouring to have their tenure placed on a more secure footing. As the Governor will probably explain the reasons that induced lum to refuse Mr. "William Lee's, Junior, license, when the petition agreed to at the meeting is presented, we shall refrain until then from making any remarks upon this transaction, which certainly, as it stands, appears a most unjustifiable exe...
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. ORDERS OF THE DAY. TUESDAY, AUGUST 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 August 1842
XBOZSX.&TXVI3 COUNOII.. ORDERS OF THE DAY. Tuesday, Auoust 1. I I l. Melbourne Corporation Dill, further con- sideration. 2. Sums in aid of Sydney Police and City Fund Appropriation Bill; third reading. S. Hunter's River Auction Company Bill ; third reading. 4. Sums in aid of Melbourne Police and Town Fund Appropriation Bill ! second reading. NOTICE OF MOTION. Tuesday, August 0. The Honorable the Colonial Secretary ; the Estimates and Expenditure for 1813, that they I be considered. I
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 August 1842
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. We insert, for the information of the Publie, an Abstract of all the Public Sales which take vlace THIS DAY. Mn. Bi.vckm.vn.-At his Rooms, at 11 o clock, Furniture, Books, Wearing Apparel, Jewels, Hats, Bonnets, and Tobacco ; at 12 o'clock, the hrig.aiitine Hannah. Mr. Samuel Lyons.-At his Mart, at 11 o'clock, Saddlery. Moore and Heydon.-At their Rooms, al 10 o'clock, Fresh Mutton ; at the Cattle Market, at 12 o'clock, Cattle.
COLONIAL PRODUCE. (From the Emigration Gazette, April 9.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 August 1842
COLONIAL PRODUCE. (From the Emigration Gazette, April 9.) Uuu attention has been directed to a statement that appeared in the City ar- ticle of the Times of AArcdncsday ; which, as is decidedly erroneous, and lins not been subsequently rectified, may, if not contradicted, have an injurious effect upon flic'interests of the colony of New South AVales. In commenting upon the Sydney advices, the above journal has the following incautious sentence : The Sydney papers are naturally enough anxious to avert so dreadful a calamity as universal bankruptcy, which, however, ap- pears inevitable, mid are therefore turning theil attention to the estimated profits of the 'trade of the colony for the ensuing year, and among the items they place down, reckon on. therccejpt of nearly £80,000 for the export of their chief staple, wool. The writer of the foregoing, to say the least, lins displayed something like in- considerate haste in the perusal of the Sydney papers-both as regards the pre- diction...