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SUNDRIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 August 1842
SUNDRIES. I Mace.Per pound. 0 4 6 Nutniege. 0 , g Cloves 0 1 a 0 0 0 0 0 0 cloA.Wite Midg., per yard .. 0 9 superfine blue. 0 16 Ditto coloured. 0 14 Blue for contract. 0 8 Rope. ....Assorted, per cwt. .... 2 15 Manila. j 13 Coir. 12 0 Canvas.... Bleached, per bolt .... 2 2 G Turpentine, in jars, per gallon. 0 4 u PaintOil.. Per gallon".. 0 6« WhiteLead,ground,inkegi,percwt. 1 10 0 Black Paint, per cwt. 18 0 Green ....Dittodi'to." 2 0 0 TM.Rig», per barrel. 12 0 American. 0 12 0 Coal.. . _ _ n in ft Pitch.Perbarrel. j ¡J 0 OilShook«,whiteoak,forpipe«,perton 10 0 _ For ban el«. n li n DsalPlank.Norway, per foot...... o 0 31 American. o 0 &lt;U Gunpowder, Blasting, per lb. 0 0 7 C«ni«er. 0 I 6 -lass............ ,v,, o 2 (. Mustard .. Pounds,per doz. 14s. to 0 15 0 C n- "i Half-pounds. 0 7 u Pickles.... Quarts,per doz. 0 14 0 ,"._ £intï-;. 0 10 o So*P.Hawes', per ton . 40 0 0 ¿'«»crcool.£18 to 24 0 0 Colonial..... 35 0 0 8âlt.liverpool, per ton. 5 0 0 Rock..... . 2 10 o Basket,...
[?]XPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 August 1842
? *»_O»T.. I Wool ....Choice flock«, per Ib. .. o 0 o OoodOrdinary........ »io Broken........., o o io Ispease. 0 0 3 Oil....... Sperm, per ton.100 0 0 HM«.Salted.perlb. 0 0 2 Cedar . ...Oeod quality, per foot.. 0 0 0 Treenails..Per S.M.;. 3 17 0 Horns.,..Per 123. 0 17 0 Tif i m.,,!* ita,,,, ",.",," Oil ,
COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 August 1842
COASTERS OUTWARDS. &nbsp; August 12.—Defiance, 16, for the Hawkes- bury, with sundries ; Alfred, 12, Harper, for Brisbane Water, in ballast ; Thomas and Mary, 14, Picket, for Brisbane Water, in ballast.
COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 August 1842
COASTERS INWARDS. August 12.—Countess of Wilton, 111, Wheat- &nbsp; land, from Newcastle, with coals, Ann, 12, Anderson, from Lake Macquarie, with coals &nbsp; and potatoes, Trial, 33, Young, from New- &nbsp; &nbsp; castle, with coals ; Alfred, 12, Harper, from Brisbane Water, with 4000 feet timber ; Thomas and Mary, 14, Picket, from Brisbane &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Water, with 6000 feet timber. &nbsp;
SYDNEY MARKETS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 August 1842
SYDNEY MARKETS. I FRIDAY, AUGUST 12. _ | WHEAT.-lhere have been eight loads brought to market during the week, some of which brought as high as 7s. 3d. per bushel. The 1500bushels per Union,from Launceston, have been bought up by one of the mills. FLOUR.-Considerable stir has existed in this market during the week, and several parcels have changed hands. The sales at the mills have been rather brisk, and looking at the exportations, we may re- port a tendency upwards in this market. The mills are firm at our present quotations. . Cash. Credit. Fin» Flour.20s. to 21s. Second ditto.Jos. to His. Ration ditto .13s. to 143. . No, 1, Biscuit.; .20s. per cwt. No. 2 dilto .'..21s.'ditto. Bran.Is. Sdto Is. lOd. BREAD.-The price of the 2lb loaf of good quality still remains at ad. MAIZE.-There has been a liberal supply of majze received coastwise during the week, which has been readily bought up by the dealers, at from 3s. 3d. to 3s. !)d. per bushel ; a fow dray loads have also been received ...
The Sydney Morning Herald. SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sec[?] am I." COLONIAL BANKING [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 August 1842
©fit &i>tmr_? Ato mt us îijcvalïT. SATURDAY, AUGUST Id, 1SU. -M " Stvorn to no Master, of no Seci am I." COLONIAL BANKING THE very intciesting conversation in the Council Chamber on "Wednesday, reported in our journal of yesterday, on the snbject of Colonial Banks and Banking, has, in a great measure, forestalled the observations which we had intended to offer in (lie pre- sent article. Not a few of the facts and opinions stated by the GOVERNOR nnd honourable members, are precisely what wo had prepared to ad^ ance. "We are well coûtent, howevpr, to be thus anticipated, because we have no doubt that the speeches will have carried more weight than we could hope for any lucubrations of our own. The subject is of the deepest im- portance, and we are glad it has been so prominently brought forward by the head of our Government. Vc shall now lay before our readers the principal facts exhibited in the official quarterly Abstracts of the Bank liabilities und assets during the yea...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 August 1842
Stemm te Moreton Say. TH E Powerful Iron Steam Packet SHAMROCK will leave Sydney for Bris- bane Town, on Tuesday, the 16th instant, at ten o'clock P.M., where she will remain for three days after arrival there, return to Sydney, and nguiu proceed to that settlement on or atout the 16th September. No goods can be received for shipment after twelve o'clock of the lith instant, and passen- gers are requested to secure tluir berths by twelve o'clock on Monday, in order that their .clearances may be taken out at the Water Police .Office. FRANCIS CLARKE, Manager. Hunter's River Steam Navigation Company's Wharf. August 2._\^± nosxea 70 SBIPPBKB. [1 H E New Ilumber Keel schooner T SARAH pz&^g&zrs will make her first trip to the Ebenezer "Coal Works, Lake Macquarie, on 8aturday 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 IIBNRY will alio sho...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 August 1842
! jvzirâXCAK XHBTUVCIIOHÍ Mil. S. W. WALLACE has ibe honour to inform his freit ds and the public that he hcs made such arrangement, ni will cnoble him to dei ote a few hours in each ¿ny to Musical Tuition ! be will give on the Pianoforte, Violin, Flute, Guitar, and Siogiug. Mr. W. takes this opportunity to return his sincere thank, to the public of Sydney for the kind and extensive patronage he has hitherto posiesscd. Communications addressed to Mr. Hllsrd, George-street, Mr, Rolfe, Hunter-street, anil to Mr. Wallaee, 14. Phillip-street, late re- sidence of Mr. Justice Stephen. 2014 - OSBB«VS ! NEW ESTABLISHMENT, IBÄMSC1B HOUSE. WILSON, COSER, aud HENDERSON, No. 4., George-street, Sydney, opposite the Post Office, wholesale and retail Linen drapers. Silk Mercers, Hosiers, Haberdashers, Clothier«, and General Outfitters, take the pre sent opportunity of informing the Ladies of Sydney and its vicinity that they have com- menced business at the above premises, with a new and choice st...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 August 1842
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS, FRIDAY. BEFORE The CHIEF COMMISSIONER. &nbsp; PROOF OF CLAIMS. &nbsp; In the estate of J. C. Battley, a special meeting: Wm. Cape, £,12. 10s. 6d. In the estate of Edward Welsh, a special meeting was held for examination only ; and a like meeting in the estate of S. F. Mann, also for examination only. 'Ihere are no meetings appointed for to-day. &nbsp; SADDLERY.—- We are requested tp call the attention of the public to the extensive assort- &nbsp; ment of saddlery for sale this day by Mr S. Lyons, at 11 o'clock precisely.— &nbsp; ERRATUM.—In yesterday's Herald, under &nbsp; the head " Law Intelligence," the case headed Hebblewhite v. Gibbons should have been. Broad v, Brennand. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; CITY of SYDNEY—- His Excellency the Go- vernor, in pursuance of the powers vested in him by the ...
ENGLISH [?]XTRACTS. PARLIAMENTARY DIGEST HOUSE OF COMMONS. Monday, February 14. THE CORN LAWS [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 13 August 1842
«KOMM aXT*AOM. j -«saw- I PAÏtLIAMENTATlY DIGEST HOUSE OF COMMONS. Monday, February 14. THE CORN LAWS .lit- \^U1111 líAHa ON the motion of Sir ROBERT PEEL the order of the day was then read for the ad- journed debate on the corn laws. Lord JOHN RUSSELL said : I feel that I should in nowise diminish the task which I have undertaken, or obtain greater atten- tion at the commencement of the address which I have to make to the house, by any prefatory obscivations. I shall, therefore, at once call the attention of the house to the position in which wc stand. The question of the corn laws has been submitted to our notice by a minister of the crown, and he has not only done so on the authority of the government to which he belongs and over t 'which he presides, but he has informed us » that lie collected the opinions of those most ' intimately connected with the landed intcr ' est, and that there was only a comparatively small body who objected to a modification of the present law. We, the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 August 1842
ABSTRACT OF S ALUS BY AUCTION' We insert, for the information of the Public, an Abstract of all the Public Sates tullich take olar* THIS DAY. loss AND LIO\D.-At their Rooms, at 11 o'clock, Haberdashery, Millineiy, Clothing, Tortoiseshcll Combs, Bears' Grease, Poma- tum, &.C. MR. SAMUEI LIONS.-At his Mart, at 11 o'clock, Silks, Miihncrv, Haberdashery, Boots and Shoes, Boot Tiecs, Lasts, Mus- tard, Honey, &c. Ma BLVCKMIN.-At hi-. Mair, at 11 o'clock, Saddlciy, Llama de Lame Shawls, Crown Window Glass. MR. STUIUIS -At his Mart, at 12 o clock, two Houses on the Suiiy Hills, foin Building Allotments in the Town of Windsoi. MR MAIUR.-At his Sale Room, Bnckficld hill, Mathematical lustiuments, Curpcntci's Tools, Household ritiiutuie, Wcaiing Ap parel, Goat, Fowls, ele Ma POLVCK.-At Canteib'uy M.uket, at 3 o'clock, Tat Bullocks, Cows, \\ oiking Bul- locks, Sheep, Pig», Shalt Dray, Carts, Outer- Hay, frc. COUNTRY SALES. MR. BLACKMAN.-At Mis. Walker's, Red Cow Inn, Geoigc-stic...
The Sydney Morning Herald. MONDAY, AUGUST 13, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." THE CANADIAN CONVICTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 August 1842
The Sydney Morning Herald. MONDAY, AUGUST 15, 1842 . " Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." THE CANADTAN CONVICTS. OUR renders are aware that the Canadians of French extraction, who were convicted &nbsp; for their share in the murderous insur- rection of 1838, were transported to this colony ; and that the Americans and Englishmen implicated in the same trans- &nbsp; action were sent to Van Diemen's Land. In accordance with instructions from England, the men sent to Sydney have &nbsp; been, as far as possible, kept apart from &nbsp; other convicts, and have have been employed on the Parramatta Road. Being descended from the original French colonists, these men, with, we be- lieve, only two exceptions, are Roman &nbsp; Catholics, and several attempts have been made to excite the sympathy of the public &nbsp; of this colony, by representing them as men of extreme piety, who ought not to be detained as prisoners, but should be looked upo...
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 August 1842
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. Stock on hand, Oth instant.-B. P. mm, 170,707 gallons ; brandy, 237,775 gallons; gin, 59,521 gallons; othei spirits, 07,089 gallons; fig and Cavendish tobacco. 710,000 pounds; Brazil ditto, 61,824 pounds'; leaf ditto, 42,188 pounds; cigars, 90,990 pounds ; snuff, 12,813 pounds. Received during the week.-B. P. rum, nil.; brandy, 1,112 gallons; gin, 1,0S2 gal- lons; other spirits, 7,193 gallons; fig and Cavendish tobacco, 8,125 pounds; Brazil ditto, nil; leaf ditto, nil; cigars, nil; snuff, nil. Delivered for home consumption.-B. P. rum, 2002 gallons ; brandy, 910 gallons ; gin, 515 gallons; other spirits, 41 gallons; fig and Cavendish tobacco, 9,522 pounds ; Brazil ditto; nil; leaf ditto, 1,299 pounds; cigars, 755 pounds ; snuff, 180 pounds. Delivered for exportation.-B. P. rum, 1,992 gallons; brandy, 3,050 gallons ; gin, 10 gallons; other spirits, 1,691 gallons; fig and Cavendish tobacco, 30,102 pounds; Brazil ditto, nil; leaf ditto, nil; cigars, 5Ö4 pounds; snu...
EXPORTS. Vessels cleared out from the 6th to the 13th instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 August 1842
, EXPORTS. Vessels cleared out from the Oth lo the \3tk instant, inclusive. Augusto.-CAROLINE, Hunter, master, for South Sea Fishery, Whaling Stores. August 9.-CATHERINE, l63 tons, Ban natync, master, for New Zealand; 30 casks porter, 88 casks ale, 3 hales blankets, 115 casks 51 bags biscuit, 42 tons!) hands 10 bags flour, 37 casks 3 bales slops, 30 packages fur- niture, 146 pieces and 2 l loads timber, 70 bundles shingles, 7ii boxes soap, 10 cases groceries, 3 casks vinegar, 10 packages oil- man's stores, 12 chests 100 half chests tea, 301 bags sugar, 40' octavos 10 cases 10 quarter casks wine, 41 bags bran, 11 casks brandy, 2 kegs tobacco, 2 casks rum, 5 cases gin, .'10 barrels herrings, 30 casks beef, 10 casks cider. August 10.-SIR JOHN BYNG, 109 tons, Allis, master, for Hobart Town ; 19 boxes tin plates, 37 barrels pork, li casks wine, CO cases ale, 5 bales bags, 2 hales paper, 5 bales 4 cases slops, 2 cases cards, I case saddlery, 177 kegs tobacco, 21 puncheons Ki hogsheads rum...
LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 August 1842
MT ixniLiBsvca. SUPREME COURT. I SATUIIDAY. BEFORE tho THIIU: .lu DO US in Banco. The SOLICITOR-GENERAL, on the part of the Attorney-General, moved that Mr. John Duusmore, writer to the signet, be admitted au attorney of the Supreme Court, and stated that the prescribed preliminary step« had been taken by the applicant. Admission ordered on paying his lees. Mr. FISHER made a similar motion on be- half of Mr. Edward Baily, attorney of the Queen's Bench. The t-pplicaiiL had been a settler from 1S37 till 1811. Admission ordered on like terms. His HONOR then stated, that the next case | in the paper vas to fix the time for hearing of appeals in equity ; and, looking ¡it the mass of other business before the Court, and the proximity of the Circuits, it could not fix an earlier day than the 17th of October for that I purpose. lint in the case of Carrington, which _wns already before the Court, anijí which it \vas_ necessary to get disposed of as caily aa possilblc, the Court in these circ...