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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 August 1842
ABSTRACT OF SALES HY AUCTION. THIS DAY. Mn. POLACK.-Al li» Rooms, Charlollc Îlftcv, Wines, Cider, Groceries, Tobacco, ork, Tea, Paints. Brushes, Watches, Drapery, Sedan Chair, Cab, Furniture, alni Joircllcry Mn.rtLAcKM.iíí.-At Carter's Barracks, at 12 , Coals, Cart, Harness, and Lease of the Premises. Ma. SAUUEL I.YOM.-At tho Stores of Thacker, Mason, and Co., at ll o'clock, per Sheathing, and empty Casks. Foss AK» I.LOro.-At tVir Rooms, as ii o'clock ; Fort Wines and Barcelona Nuts. Mooni; ABO HEY»»».-At their Rooms, at 7 o'clock, p. m. ; Straw Bonnets.
DEPARTURES.—NONE. COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 August 1842
DEPARTURES.-ÎÎOKE. COASTERS INWARDS. Aujïmt 10.-Tfi.ttle,steamer, 127, Miilhnll, from Morpeth, with 2D trusses liar, 10 bales wool, 3.1 kip* polntoc», 29 bags maize, &«; MnUInni), steamer, 101, Parsaus, from Port Macquarie, with sundries.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 August 1842
MARRIED. By License, at St. James's Church, on Thursday, 4th August, 1842, by the Rev. T. W. Bodenham, Mr. James Turner, to Miss Mary Winterbi?, both of King-street, Sydney. DEATHS. Very suddenly, at Prospect, Isle of Man, on Wednesday, the 13th April, 1842 ; William Monier, Esq., J.P., late of Netherwood, Dumfries-shire, deeply lamented. On the 22nd March inst., at Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, at the advanced age of 87 years, Mary Anne, relict of the late Captain Nicholas Church, and mother of our townsman Mr. John F. Church, who has been a resident twelve years in this colony.
HOUSE OF COMMONS. Monday, Feb. 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 August 1842
HOUSH OF COMMONS. I ^ Monday, Feb. M. .ur. urcgory look tlio oaths mid his sent ns wernher for Dublin. Ile was in- troduced by Mr.Shaw andllolouclConally. Sir E. Colebrook took thc oaths and his scat RS member for Taunton. Ile was in- troduced by Mr. Divett and Mr. Mangles. Thc Sheriffs of landon, Mr. Alderman Magnay and Mr. Hegers, presented a pe- tition from thc lord mayor, alderman, and commons of thc city of London, in com- mon council nssemblcd, praying th nt thc house would take into its serious conside- ration some measure hy which the danger to bc apprehended from buring the dead in the crowded churchyards of the metro- polis might bc prevented. Many hundred petitions were presented in favour of thc total repeal of thc corn On the motion of Sir T. Fremantle, a new writ was ordered for thc southern di- vision of thc county of Salop, in room of thc Earl of Darlington, now cnllcd up to the House of Fccrs. On thc motion of Lord Granville Somer- set, resolutions relating to priva...
HOUSE OF LORDS. Monday, February 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 August 1842
HOUSE OF LOUDS. Monday, February M. Petitions were presented in favour of n ; total repeal of tlic con» laws, and for lega- lising dissenters' marriages in Ireland, Thc Buildings Regulation, Borough Improvement, and Appropriation Act Amendment Bills, were read a third time nud passed. Lord Broughnm, pursuant to notice, brought under thc consideration of their lordships thc case of thc Creole, by moving for copies of any correspondence | upon tlic subject. Ile lint], he said, con- sidered the subject siuce he first named , ! tlic matter in that house, and tlic result j j of thc consideration was a confirmation of the opinion lie had formerly given. Ile I was of opinion, that even for the mere pur- poses of good neighbourhood there ought to bc a law amongst nations giving thc power to each of surrendering cnmiunla seeking retuge after condemnations other countries. There was, however, no such law in existence, mid no ¡lower on the part oí this country to comply with nny such demand. T...
The Sydney Morning Herald. THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1841. "S[?]orn to no Master, of no Seet am I." PROPOSED TAX ON KNOWLEDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 August 1842
«Slit ÄjiBufj) ft! o min s pjrralti. , . THURSDAY, AUGUST II, UH. " Sitorn lt nt Mailer, 0/ no Stet am I." PROPOSED TAX ON KNOWLEDGE. FROM R conversation that arose in Council on Tuesday, when thc estímales for thc Post Office department were brought for wnrd, it would seem that thc GOVERNOR has it in cnn templa lion to revive that per- nicious tax on newspapers which, seven vean; ago. Sir RICHARD BOURKE lind thc merit of abolishing. Alirc ns ire of courue nre to the many bad consequences of which such a measure would bc productive to thc com mun it j, we must ofter n few de- sultory observations upon thc facts and true bearings of thc case set up by Sir GKOUGE G ii-re. In thc first place, His Excellency alleges that "there were very grievous complaint* made against tho PostOfficc, and above all, the newspapers, or at least nearly all of them, were loud in their complaints ; this he thought ungenerous, but so it was.' Por ourselves, we douy this ; nor are wc aware that it is true of...
NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR. (From our various Correspondents.) LOWER HAWKESBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 August 1842
rta ir* FAQ BX Tam IB-TS XI on. (Fruin our varioT Currupaadinli.) LOWER HAWKESBURY. AUGUST C.-Thc total absence of Anything I ntorcsting in our quarter, will account for 1 inrlongsilcnce; ondin returning to ourlabours ve could have wished to have b;cn enabled to forward you a more varied budget. With I tho all approaching thc i deluge. Much greater damago wai dane by I thc hurricane of the 28th nit., in consequence I of thc high brush catching fire near the river's 1 entrance; from the excessively high «ind nt the time, thc progress of the llames through | thc dense withered hcrbago was electric, and I in an inconsiderable short space of time, the whole range was one mass of blaze"; nor was thc devouring clement checked in ¡ts advance I before n (barn and other outbuildings upon one of Mr. Cross' properties were consumed, ! A Hock of sheep belonging to tho same party had a wry narrow escape, being at one period i nearly surrounded. We noticed same parties in tho vicinity, by-the-by,...
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 August 1842
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Wednesday, August 10. Present: the Governor, the Chief Justice, &nbsp; the Bishop, the Commander of the Forces, , the Colonial Secretary, the Attorney General, &nbsp; the Collector of Customs, thc Auditor Gene- &nbsp; ral, Mr. Campbell, Mr. Berry, Mr. Jones, &nbsp; Mr. Blaxland, Mr. H. Macarthur, Sir J. Jami- &nbsp; son, and Mr. James Macarthur. &nbsp; COLONIAL ARCHITECT'S DEPART- &nbsp; MENT. &nbsp; The GOVERNOR laid upon the table a re- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; turn of the number of convicts employed at &nbsp; the Woolloomooloo Gaol and elsewhere under &nbsp; the Colonial Architect. The return was ordered to be printed to- gether with the returns presented on Tues- &nbsp; COURTS OF REQUESTS BILL. The GOVERNOR presented the Bill which had been prepared for the alteration and fu- ture regulation o...
PUBLIC WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 August 1842
PUBLIC WORKS &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; For the repair of roads, and conveyance of metal . . 1000 For the repairs of bridges and drains .... 1500 For the construction of new bridges and drains . . 5000 Towards forming a Circular Quay, Sydney Cove, the further sum of. . 3150 0 0| Towards completing the Break- water, Newcastle, the further £12,033 0 0 voled. said, that some of these nearly completed, and would arise, what was to bo dono with thii disposable labour? He had been very much pressed to commence various public works, but he was almost unwilling to commence any more, nc thought that this labour when it was at thc dlenosal of the government, should be given to those districts which evinced a disposition to como forward themselves, and lend a helping hand; he had been much im- portuned to build two bridges, one over Wallis Creek near Maitland; and another over South Creek near Windsor, but thc par- ties interested had shewn no disposition to co...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 August 1842
THE ACCOUNTS for thc half year ending 30th June being in course of delivery, thc proprietors of the SYDNEY HERALD urgently request their Subscribers to pity their respective bills as soon ns possible. Thc separate amounts being- smnll are of comparatively little importance to individuals, but as there ure considerably upwards of three thousand accounts, it will be seen that in the aggregate they must ntnouiitto n very large sum. The heavy weekly expenses which vre incurred in bringing out tho Herald, renders it necessary that nil accounts of more th tin six months' standing be recovered by legal proceedings, unless they arc settled in thc course of the present month. Herald Oßce, July ll._ THE GREAT BROUGHTON ESTATE. Loti E.ndl1, ia York-street, Lot 8, in Clarence street, (corner lot ) MR. STUBBS inform partiei, withing ohtain a real property at a nominal pt equi! to Freehold, thaine is aulboriicd to the above. POR NINRrV^NINE YBtRS. Further partieulsn to be obUiacdof Mr. Stubb«, at...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. WEDNESDAY. BEFORE the CHIEF COMMISSIONER. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 August 1842
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. WEDNESDAY BEFORE THE CHIEF COMMISSIONER In the estate of John Lasham, a single meeting : John Lloyd Smith, £1S 7s. ; Francis Kelk, int.; William Motley, L5.4s.3 1/2 James Fitzgerald, L7 10!. 1 d. ; John Hughes &nbsp; £1 17s.; Richard Norton, £2 lls. lld.; James M'Evoy,£2 12s.: Michael Bourke, £1 l. ls. 4d; J. L.. Spencer, £;H Bs. 1O d.; Joseph Coglin, £10 18«. 6 d.; William Todd, £18; Charles Thorne, £10 I0«.¡ John Couit, £3 ls. ld. ; Hughes and Hosking, £+. In the estate of David Warner Day, a third meeting: Foss and Lloyd, £131 17.. Old.; George Smylh, £53 IDs. 10d.; William Godes on, £« Us. 7d. ; H. E. Jones, £* 3s. In the estate, of Job« Whylel Wenham, a sjjigt« (Miling : till liwt.oi ol" 'he cjtalc of Smith and Co., £22 Si. 6d. ; John Solomon, £fi 13s. : Poler N. Runcll, £4 ls. 3d. ; Welsh and Eldridge; £*S, 12J/ lpd.; Edward Ber- mingham, ¿J is. Od. j rf. Bray Coolee, £î le's. 3d.; Augustus Hayward, £3 ls.'; John Hos- king,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 August 1842
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Sil"!, SMllaçi per Quarter, tonale Xwnlere, Siepenee. Canntnj, Secatteen SMUingt and Siepenee per Quarter. Tra per cent. Hiieamlfar payment in intranet, andten per teni, added ij aceouiti are alteteed to run over liz monti*. CASH TERMS FOR A D V E RT IS K M K.VT.S. for one inch and und«rt Tao Shilling* and Sixpence, and One Shilling Jar ecertj a./ititi&lt;,nat inch, for each iaUflian. ?,^,",,»m..l¡..,";l"^^^ Tor y ort BXncqaJu-lo and Vawoutlc, «Bpfc*áí&lt; "pHE PoTt Mtoïauie Ste8n kjK.T-reË MAITLAND, fgffiSC^sP Willi »rn Pinov, Muter, mil [arc the Commercial Wharf, THIS DAY, |i( 11th instant._19&lt;3 will be dispatched for the above positively on SATURDAY, the hu instant. Freights by thia Teasel at the , fallow rates. Apply al the Wharf, CHARLES E. JAQUES. Agent. routing Packet Wharf, Snuex-itreet, Augusts. _1874 Ter Pert P kill lp Cir oat. .rr rp H E fine fast sailing brig JL LORD SAUURRRZ, Jflflhfiy Neil M'Lenn, commander, will pSvffi...
COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 August 1842
COASTERS OUTWARDS. Aneust 10.-Jaar, 31, Walker, for tho Manning, with sundries. Mary Ann, 52, 1 Williams, for Port Macquarie, with sundries ; Maitland, a len mer, lOj, Parsons, for Pori Mucnunne, with sundries; Thùtte, steamer, 17, for Morpeth, with sundries; John and \ Clarence, willi sundries. ' Tur, " CAMDEN."-Wliilit coming np tim ¡ luirbuur Inst night, owing ID ft sudden squall coaling on, nnd thc number of coasters an- I chored oir Garden Mund, the pilut (Mr, BainhridKc) iras obliged to take the Camden close to the land, before lu attempted to put i lier About, in doing which she misied sti mid drifted broaiUido on to the island, boat liping despatched to thc Beagle, man-of w«Pi (h¿VHt..was immediately sont by Cnp tain H¿] ? ri ' *-'r assistance, willi a ha.-«- I ami ^'"^ifhUbichshcwa. ,oon-,hi oir, withUlt sustaining much damage. Tollowinx are the vessels seen by the Cat ul flic di derim l islniidx site visited in . Smith Saas:-At the Navigator's in Mny, thc ! Mary, Macdonuld...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 11 August 1842
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE &nbsp; ARRIVAL. &nbsp; From New Caledonia, having left the 19th ultimo, the brig Camden, 190 tons, Captain Morgan, with sundries. Passengers - Mrs. and Miss Morgan, Mr., Mrs., and Miss Buzacott, Mr. and Mrs. Slatyer, and child, Mr. and Mrs. Johnston, Miss Bridge, Makea (a chief of Raratonga) and two natives of the Navigator Islands.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 August 1842
COUNTRY SALES. Ma. BLVCKMAN.-At Mrs. Walker's, Red Cow Inn, Geoigo-stieet, Parramatta, 10th August, thirty-four Allotments of Land in Campbell-sttcet, Freehold Building I, Mid in the Town of Pui rumulto, two Farm i at Castle Hill, at Mount Pleasent, near Penrith, August 2'), Stock, Growing Ciops, Farming Implements, S toi es, &c. MR. J. BYRSLS.-Upon the Land, August 25, the Toongabbec Kstate, in Allotments. MR CORNLLIOUS -On the premises, Morpeth, August 10, Leases of Stores, &c ; on the premises of the General Steam Navigation Company, August 25, Ten, Sugar, Flour, Books, ¿i.e. MR. TURNHI.-At Eldeisbe, near Black Creek, August 10, Household Furniture, Weaung Appuie), Stoies, &c. MR J. LISCOMBE.-At Aitliur'slnn, Bathurst, August 19, Buildings and Land in the Town of Bathuist. ^
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 August 1842
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. We insert, for the information of the Public, an Abstract of all the Public Sales which take place THIS DAY. Foss AND LLOYD.-At their Roomi, at 11 o'clock, Port and Sherry Wines, Barcelona Nuts, Bottled Fruits, Cheese, Irish Pork, Prepared Groats, Herrings, Cigars, &c. MB. STUBBS.-At the Cattle Market, at 12 o'clock, Breeding Mures, Horses, and Colts. MR. T. BRENNAND.-At Thorn's Wharf, at 12 o'clock, a new Brig of 160 tons, also, 22,000 feet Cedar. Ma. I SIMMONS.-Athis Rooms, at 11 o'clock, twenty packages General Merchandise. MR. BLACKM VN. -At his Murt, at 12 o'clock, Freehold Farms in the Village of Gresford, Allotments at the Allyn and Paterson Rivers, &c. -
[?] COUNCIL. THURSDAY, AUGUST 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 August 1842
Moxax.a.rxva couwoxx.. ? TiiunsDAY, AuauiT 11. PitrsrNT -The Ginernor, the Commander of the Forces, the Colonial Secitt ii \, the \ttornej Gener-il, the Auditor Geneial, Mr Campbell, Mr Berry, Mr Jones, Mr I51a\ Innd, Mr II Macarthur, Sir John Jamison, und Mr James Macarthur LIGHT IIOUSCS IN BASS STRAITS 1 he Gow itNort, as soon as the niembeis liadttkcn their seat« said, that the Council would i (.collect that last year, in conséquence ot some overtures made to him by the Lieu- tenant Go\ei nor &lt;f Van Diemen s Land, a Committee of tins Council hud beni appointed to tike into consideration the propriety ot establishing lifcht houses in Bass Straits Hint Committee h id reported on the matter, but since then Captain Stokes, of II M S Beagle, had wsited Has* Straits, and had acquired additional infoi ination on the subject, more especially with regnrd to Kent s Group He, the Governor, was anx- ious that this infoimation should be formally recorded, and, thciefore, lie propos...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 August 1842
DEATHS. At the New Military Barracks, South Head Road, on the 9th instant ; Mr. Owen McHugh, Foreman of Works. On Monday, August 8th, at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Dibbs, Mr. Thomas Allwright, aged seventy-five years. On Monday, the 8th instant, by accidentally falling into a well, Joseph Frederick Symons, of York street, aged two years and seven months.
SYDNEY GAOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 August 1842
&lt; ^ ! ?> s. 1 SYBNËY CAOt. I £ ». il. Visiting Magistrate . . 100 O O Chaplains for Religious Instruc- tion . . . . 400 0 0 Gaoler . . . . 250 0 0 Matron . . . 50 0 0 Clerk, at 5s. per diem . . 915 0 Twelve Turnkeys-one at £100 per annum, and eleven at 3s. (id. each per diem . . 802 13 G Two Female Turnkeys, at 8d. each per diem . . 24 6 8 Two Executioners-one at 3s. öd., and one at Is. per diem . 82 2 6 Provisions £2.500, Clothing and Blankets £¡50 . . 2,650 0 0 Leg Irons, Handcuffs, and Marching Chains . . 50 0 0 Cullins, Rope, and Expenses of Executions . . 10 0 0 Stationery mid Printing. . 30 0 0 Utensils and Incidental Ex- penses . . . 50 0 0 £4,590 6 8 nEBTons' paisox, SYDNEY. Keeper, £90,-Matron, £10 . 100 0 0 Five Turnkeys, at 3s. Gd. each per diem . . . 819 7 ß Rations and Clothing for two Messengers . . 25 0 0 Rations to Pauper Debtors . 20 0 0 Fuel and Light . . . 10 0 0 Repairs and Furniture . _. 20 0 0 Bedding, Utensils, and Inci- dental Expenses . . 30 0 ...