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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 August 1842
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. The New Humber Keel &nbsp; schooner S A R A H will make her first trip to the &nbsp; Ebenezer Coal Works, Lake Macquarie, on Saturday next, and will take freight for the town of Newport, or any other part of the Lake, leaving the goods at the stores of the Coal Works until called for, free of storage. The cutter HENRY will also shortly be laid off and the cutter THOMSON will resume her run next week, thus affording to the inhabitants of Newport and the various parts of the Lake, conveyance to and from Sydney, twice or thrice a week. Merchants, Maters of Vessels, or residents on the water-side of Sydney harbour or Parramatta &nbsp; River, are respectfully informed that they may be supplied with cargoes of 20, 40, or 60 tons of superior large Ebenezer Coal, delivered &nbsp; alongside any vessel or wharf at 22s. per ton, imperial weight. Ebenezer Coal Depot, Sussex-street, &nbsp; Mr. Davies' Wharf, August 10. 1996 For Melbourn...
GRAIN AND FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 August 1842
GRAIN AND FLOUR. I Rice.Patna, perbag. I 12 0 Java per lb. 0 0 li Carolina. None. Wheat.... Derwent, per bushel. "j Valparaiso.> NominuL Colonial.J Barley.... British. None. Oats.Ditto. None. Oatmeal ..Perlb. 0 0 4 Flour.Itt*ori,perl001bs.20s.tol 1 0 Second ditto... lGs.to 0 IS 0 Third di«» .... 15s. to 0 IC 0 American, per barrel ,, 1 15
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, AUGUST 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 August 1842
x,Box»x.a.TiVB oousroxx. FRIDAY, AUOUST 12. j PR«SENT Hie Governor, the Bishop, the Commandoi ol tlioloico'), the Colonial Se- ' oretan, the Attorney Geneinl, the Coll etoi of Customs the Autlitoi Genet al, Mi Berry, Mr Jones Mi Blaxland, Mi H Mnculhur, Su lohn Timi->nn and Mi J M icarllnu MLriiOURNr COItPORUION BUT Hie oidci of tin dnj for iii» thud leading of the Melbourne Corpoiition Bill wits mo\cd hythe Colonul Secietoij The GOVERNOR said the Council were aware that it would not be regular to discuss any question on the third reading of the Bill now before the Council, liol was it lila intention to gue use to ni) discussion Hie Counc.il would remcinbei iii it lie h id befoie alluded to connnutucitions which bad been receded b} lum norn gentlemen who had taken au acme inteic&t in tim mattci, aiul liad indeed foi ned tliemsehes into a committee togne lo the public then opinions on the mmsnie Since llie subject was last befoie the Council he had leconed fuithei communic...
WINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 August 1842
WINKS. Sherry....Inwood,perahd.4(îl2to 20 0 0 Bottled, ptr dos. 20s. ta 1 JO 0 Port......Inwood,perhha.£12to 95 0 0 Bottled, per dew. Stt. to 1» 0 Claret.... In wood, per had. (noniaal) Bottled, per dot. 10s. to 1 0 0 Madeira.(nominal) Teneriffe ..In wood, per pipe ditto Marsala .. Ditto . 20 0 0 Lisbon....Ditto. ditto Cape.Company's brand. 10 10 0 Other brands......... 9 0 0 Champagne.. Per doten. £2 10s. to 5 0 0
LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 August 1842
X./VW XK-TJei,r,iaaKOH. SUPREME COURT. 'J'ilUllSDAV. Bi ronE the Tiinti J UDUI S in Banco ÍTONb l W Uiv-EIl * lins wa« a mouoii hy Messrs rosira and BBOADIIU sr foi tlio pi nntiff to set aside the nonsuit in this case, anil fur a new triul to be gi anted ML SIS WiNonrrt and D MIA AM appeared ni suppoitof the nonsuit lins case was tucd on the 27lh May hist, before Mi Justice btepb.cn, and was an action of debt, ^riiiiiK out of a moitgage on the ves- sel A Don Hie defendant lind pleaded, fii't, tint he w is not possessed, and eooondlj, that the goods weio -not the propnt(.j ot the plaintiff Mi Justice STEI HEN stated, tint this was a contest!»»'ween two mm tgagces and the ques tion to h ive been cleci led on the ti i il n is, wliteli of the tivo pmtics lind peifected their title under the Ite/islij Act Hie cass liad ended in a nonsuit t'iou rh not bat ne it li id been gone into on botli side» A no lsitit li id been moved for o i the close of the plimlili s case, but it w ia not until ...
SPIRITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 August 1842
SPIRITS. Rum .... 15 to 20 O.P., per gall..040 6 to 10 O.P.. 0 3 8 1 to 5 O.P.. 0 3 ii Underproof. 0 3 2 Bengal. 0 0 10 Brandy... Cognac.3s. 6d.to 0 6 0 Spanish. 0 2 6 HoUands.. In wood (pale). 0 3 C Tinged. OSO Gin.4 gallon cases........ 15 0 Ditto. 0 10 0 Whisky... Per gallon (dull). 0 5 0 Arrack.... Ditto. 0 10 Cherry Brandy (pints) per dozen .. 0 18 0
SYDNEY PRICE CURRENT. IMPORTS. PROVISIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 August 1842
i SYDNEY PRICE CURRENT. ss X M X» O X- T S. PROVISIONS. £ I. â. I Irish Beef, Per tierce. 7 7 0 Mess Pork Prime Irish, per bri. .. 5 5 0 Hamburgh . 4 10 ü Miss Beef (nominal). None. Hams ....English, per lb. Oil Westphalia . 0 0 li Butter.... Irish, per lb. 013 Dutch. None. Cheese.... Cheshire, per lb., .... None. Glo'iter. None. Pine. None, Dutch . 0 0 8 Herring*.. Red . 0 0 0 Pickled. 1 1 0 Cod.Newfoundland ........ None.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 August 1842
''SEAHORSE" STEAM SHIP. Steam Communication liotwocn Sydney Van demon's land, and Port Phillip. ^T__>i_iV rp II E STEAM SHIP fMÎMfïNS- SEAHORSE ¿¿MÉMC?" will leave S>dney for Port S-SsgjEgS? Phillip, on Saturday the 17th September, and return from Williams Town (Port Phillip), on Saturday the 21th, calling at George Town both going and returning. Further information obtained on application ta BOYD and CO., 2082 Unwin's Buildings, Custom Home. ron FOX.-? M-CQVAKXI, rTIHE fine fast sailing cutter ¿\. JL CJÍALLBNOBR AS' wil1 ,enve tM« Wharf for the rJB¿5Kfe_6SSiaD0Ve port on MONDAY next, the lath instant. Apply to W. DALTON, or to B.M. STOREY. Uulon Wharf, August 13. 2102 Por Melbourne, vari rniuip. HE fine fast-sailing schooner THOMAS LORD, Brown, master, now taking in _cargo at Campbell'» Wharf. For freight and passage apply to the Master on board, or CAMPBELL Se Co., George-street. Ctmpbell'i Wharf, August 12. 2057 For Jervis Bay, Ulladulla, and Broula« ' ?*>>"¿C HP HE f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 August 1842
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. We insert, for the information of the Public an Abstract of all the Public Sates which take place THIS DAY. I MR. STUIIDS.-At his Mart, at II o'clock, Jewellery, and Bottled Fruits; at 12 o'clock, Gold Watch, Silver Plato, China, Gun, Tea, , Hams, and Thumb Blue. Mu. SAMUEL LYONS.-At his Mart, at 11 o'clock, Flour, and Saddlery; at the Stores of Mr. Meinhertzhagen, at 1 o'clock, Hops. THE Siir.Rirr.-At the London Tavern, at 12 o'clock, the Farm of Poplar Grove, Illa- warra. MooiiBa AND HEYDON.-At their Rooms, in the evening, Confectioners' Utensils. Mu. BLACKMAN.-At Moore's Wharf, at li o'clock, Spurs. COUNTRY SALES. MR. TURNER.-At Elderslie, August 1C, Household Furniture, Wearing Apparel, Stores, Sic. MR. JAMES BYRNES.-On the Ground, August 21, the Toongabbee Estate. MR. R. CORNELIOUS.-At Morpeth, August 15, Leases of Storehouses; on the premises of the late General Steam Navigation Com- pany, August 25, Flour, Sugar, Tea, and Btioks. MR. LISCOMRE.-At...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 August 1842
coMf.iaiciJxi, iwrai.i,iojaïic^. Inr marl ets lemain tranquil, indeed the past week has been so dull as to affbid little scope foi comment In the speculative market theie is also an unwillingness to ope tate, the chief cause of this tncitncss is m a great measure attubutable to the incieased lates, which aie weekly advancing, and winch it is piohable will leach the puces mud in 1SSS and 1830, this rcieis to useful and con sumable aiticlc3, Sugar c\cepted, which is likely to decline to a figure ncv ei anticipated upwauls of twenty vessels aie íepoited to have left tins poit for this ostensible pin pose, the tonnage of wh eli is unwinds of JOOO tons JOHN JOHNSON, BROKER, Lower Gcorge-stieet.