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SYDNEY GENERAL TRADE LIST. SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1842, IMPORTS. Peports from the 6th to the 13th inst, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 August 1842

IltfeKÏ* àaMBJU. HUM »M«'I I SATURDAY, AUOUST 13,1842, IMPORTS. Pépo'ls from the Gili to the lath inst, inclusive. AUOUBT 8-DORSET, bug, 82 tons, Walsh, master) from Adelnldei V and Ë Solomon, Agents, 505 iron standards, 803 pieces timber, 81 bundles rod 13!) bundles hoop iron, IS lime screens, 40 cases oilman s stoies, 24 nieces oil cloth, 2 bundles baskets, 3 bales wool, 2 casks lronmongeiy, 3 kegs buttei, G barrels tai, 10 muskets 1 small chain, 2 dozen shovels, 4 Iron Malls, HI ttiltdo« sashes, 1 bundle laths, 2 milk Culm, 5 bai reis beef, 1 roll lead, l8 coils rope, 12casespickles, 1 stoves, 201 cams paper, 307 half Cases gin, 1 hut shciry, 20 cuses cheese) 4 crises chrtmonrthe, 3 enses wine, 60 bailéis polk, V and C Solomon, 2 bahs bagging Order August 8 -LORD SAUMAREZ, bug, 201 tons, M'Lcnn, master, fiom Port Phillip, J thom, ngcnti 1 pipe nrrack, N M'l ean , li bartels polk, 113 bais iron, 2 casks tallow, T and M Woolley ,11b des 8 boxes slops, 3 boxes bonnets, Ramsay, Young...

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GOVERNMENT GAZATTS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1842. TITLE DEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 August 1842

GOVBBirnxnig/T QAZBTTS. FRIDAY, AUGUST li, l8«. . TITLE DEEDS. COLONIAL Secretary's Office Sydney, 8th August, 1312. The undermentioned Deeds have bößli transmitted from this Office to tho Registrar of the Supreme Court, to he by him forwarded through the Surveyor-General to the Colonial Treasurer,'by whom notification of their receipt at his Office will be made to the Ornntees by letter, after which they will be delivered on application viz. : HKTIIIRD OFFICERS' PURCHASES, UNDER TUB HEOÜLATIONS OF 10TH FBISRÜAKV, 1533. Deeds dated 3rd June-, l&iÖI I.W.Russell, 1155 acres. tittÚ % Ü8Ö Iteres, Gloucester. To« ft ALLOTMENT.-PURCHASES WITHOUT GtíJiPt'.TiTioN.-Deeds dated 31st May, 1812; 8. G. Perry, 2 acres, St, Albans. PonTtON or LAND.-Deed dated 31st May, 18181 4. J. Middleton, 2 acres, Reedy Creek, fort Phillip Road. TOWN GRANTS.-Deeds dated 3rd June, 18+2: 5. F. Mitchell, T. Barker; A. Fosa: R. Bourne, and G. Allen« Trustees of the Sydney Bethel Union Chanel, láj perches, S...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 August 1842

I " ÍMPOÜNDINGS. I ST. AUBIN.-On the 1st August, from the cstnte of - Dumaresq, Esq.; damages, Is. : One dnrk red poley cow, branded off rump W nnd H Under, or W mid M under, off ribs 7, near ribs 7. Also, same day, from the es- tate of Segenhoe, from open rim ; damages 3d, per bend ¡ One red nii'd white mnlc calf, branded otl oil' rump like a key. One red «ntl white poley steer, same brand. One yellow nnd white bullock, branded on off rump LO. One red poley cow, branded on off rump JTM. One red poley heifer, branded uenr side same brand. One blue sided cow, branded near side like same brand, " One redt fltld white spotted steer, no brand S h'(t!blù. One red and white spotted steer, S branded on off rump like a key. One brin I die hull calf, same brand. One red bullock. a white belly, branded on off ribs JW. One § yellow steer, branded on off runin like a key, S One red bull, about ten months old, im ! branded. One black and white poley heifer, I apparently Unht'niided. One dark gre...

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NEW AGRICULTURAL PLANT FOR THE COLONY. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 August 1842

NEW AGRICULTURAL PLANT FOR THE COLONY. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. (icNTiFMrv,-riie 8hoit paiagiaph in the /Ici aid, a few daj s ago respecting my men- tioning an agucultuial plant in the Com- mittee of the Helloo! of Art», not being mute explicit, 1 have dinwn up the followingbnef iiicmoi inda on the subject Hu plant in question is the common coin Spinrej, (Spciyula aucnsis, Liw^rus), be- longing to the class Di INIIRI \, and older Pi»M\n\Niv, of the Linnean nu ingénient, and tollte lilssicuan oidci Cvaioi IIILLF I, and tile tube ALSINLB, 01 duckweeds In But un, it is a common weed ill coin fields, particulaily in \ciy sandy 01 light soil, and has ncvei been culti\ated thcie, but it is eulin itcd to some e\tent on the con tment of I mope, and pnitieularlj in Belgium, where it is deemed so \ nimble that theicis, or ViaS) an espies hw piohibitmg the exporta tloti Di Hie seed, tindct (t heiv y penalty Hie le i\cs of the plant, which me placed in whiils around the stem...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. POLICE ESTIMATES. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 August 1842

oaiozBAx, cottBBSPoxraimoB, POLICE ESTIMATES. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. GtNTLLMLN,-I SClld J Oil 0. few f ICtS Blld hints lespcLtmg the Police, the publication ot which may be beneficial, and will oblige A COUNTRY GENTLEMAN Hunter Uiver, Augusto * ii IS vM> IIISTs PoLtcF MAGISTRATE -What is wantid in lieu of this appointment 1», n suictlj acentué ofheer, who, instead of encouraging litigi tion in an olhcc, and gathering materials for n parade of papera and returns, « ouhl be m the towns, and on theioads, detecting oficnecs and abuses, and, abo\c ali, protecting the public and pie\cnting clime, not only by his presence, but hy his \cry existence Ho should he a Justice of the Peace, but only re quired to ict judicially foi the summary dis posai of drunkards, and the granting of such wau ants as his e\ecutne duties mi¡,ht de mund Ile might be called C iptiin of Police, Supciintentiont, 01 whit jon will, .vnd should have the whole constabulaiy under his condoi-two ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 August 1842

[ADVERTISEMENT ] To the Ediloi i of lhe Sijdncy Moi nmg IIci aid GiMinvirx-I a n well aware that it is sildoin necessity or woith while to tike my ni tice of the mendacious practices of thoo« who hive rendeied themselves notouous for lhe reckless and habitual uolitionol truth Held by the public as wholly unworthy of eicdit, they deserve but lit le ittcnliou from those wl ose eli irnctei m cmse they attempt to injuie in [iibhc estimation Still, the veiy constitution of mind which disposes us to leceivc is legitimate evidenro 'he testimony (four fellow men, renders it diflieult and in deed iinnatuial to ujict as filse, 01 lo dis rcgud the stitcnicuts even of such pu ties, until they aie pioved to be filse lhose who aie most addicted to tin opposite piactice, speak the truth sometimes, and we feel, theie foie, some pi oof necessiry befo c vic can fully assuie ourselves that what they advance on i ¿neil occ ijion is not the ti nth Hence then »tatements in many cases gun credit and cuuon...

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To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 August 1842

To the Filitors of the Sydney Morning Herald. GrxTLLMrv,-Having ubsciv ed in the Ship ping Intelligence of )csteiday s Ihiuld, no- tice of the Juliana, and n supposed discovciy ( f a new reef oil the Cape ot Good Hope, I beg to state, and pi mein illy from readtng th it par ie,i°aph, that in connexion with the eapt uti of the Iona, in which barque I sailed a suigcoii to Poit Phillip, and aimed thcie two mouths UL,O) au almost similar cucum stnnce nicscntcd itself 1 have thus descubed the matter ni ni) journal -' Apnl 12 About two i M,vvlicti st Hiding on the poop, a slight shock was cx pcncnccd, and lhe w iter on the vvcafhci quititci became much discolouicd Taliien hiit s theimomelei was immedi itely dipped into i bucket of w ntci, when it fell 0 ° 1 his oecuned mlat 3)° 1", and long 117° 11" hy chronometei, some (langdons shoal vvis sun posed to exist hue, and as it vv is impossible to heave too, fiom i heavy swell, I deem tue subject woilhy of attention, and I hive cou fidence in...

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 August 1842

COASTERS INWARDS. August 13.—Bard's Legacy, 34, Banton, from Wollongong, with 10,000 feet hard wood, and 1000 feet cedar.

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 August 1842

DEPARTURE. For Norfolk Island yesterday, the barque   Terror, Captain Megget, with government stores. Passenger—Mr. Robinson.

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 August 1842

COASTERS OUTWARDS. August 13.—Young Queen, 31, Watson, for the Paterson, with sundries. Express, 24,   Graham, for Brisbane Water, with sundries.   Trial, 30, for Jervis Bay, with sundries. Ann,           5, Perry, for Newcastle, in ballast. Mary Ann, 7, Shaw, for the Hawkesbury, in ballast. The following vessels were lying at Port     Nicholson when the Isabella Anna left :—   Bright Planet. Morrison, for the coast and   Sydney ; Indemnity Adams, for Port Nelson ; Tyrian, Clarkson, for the coast and Sydney ;           Exporter, for Manila ; Ariel, Mulholland, for the east coast ; Ariel, Cruikshank, for Port Nelson ; Susannah Ann, for the coast and Chatham Island, Perseverance, Bishop, for the east coast. The schooner Kate was lost off Cape Terrawittee. The barque Eleanor has ar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 August 1842

SALES BY AUCTION. Yo Drapers, »calore, sad otbers. S.ÏR. SAMUEL LYONS will Bell by auction, IVA at his Mart, corner of George Btreet and Charlotte-place, THIS DAY, the 15th instant, at eleven o'clock, Two bales Ticking and Sheeting Two boxes Diapers and Table Cloths Three ditto Bleached Shirts Silk Hats, Stockings, Sock» Night Cap», Stuffed Hats Wosllcn Trowsers, Handkerchief« Moleskin Jackets and Plush Vests Ditto Trowsers, Cambric Dresses Olive, green, black, and brown Coats Vests, Handkerchief«, &c. Three ditto Ulcixhed Dull, brown and Sailers Trowsers and Jackets Fancy Drill C'assimcres, brown, stripe, blue Drill Trowsers Cloths and Damask, &e., &c. _Terms-C»sh._ 1914 To Baot «uni Sboo Makers, Oeneral Healers, and otners. MR. SAMUEL LYONS will sell by auction, at his Mart, corner of George street and Charlotte-place, THIS DAY, the 15th instant, at eleven o'clock, Two cases ladies, gentlemen, and children's boot» and »boes Five caaes lasts and boot trees E...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. OUR FOREIGN TRADE BASED ON FALSE PRINCIPLES. (From the Morning Post.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 August 1842

,V ',;.. »HOMgB UTB«\Ofll ' - I . OUR FOREIGN TRADE BASED ON FALSE PRINCIPLES. (From the Morning Post.) IN the last number of the Quarterly Review, there appears a very interesting notice of Mr. Stephcns's most interesting "Travels in Central America." Among other bold designs eli erished by Mr. Stephens, was one, having for its object the junction of the Atlantic with the Pncific Ocean, by menus of a cnnnl fo be cut between the Gulf of Nicoya and the harbour of San Juan, the whole distance being scarcely more than sixteen miles. Of this project the Quarterly reviewer speaks in terms of commendation. In thefol lowing passage he enumerates the facilities whicli present themselves for carrying into effect this wonderful operation : From the lake of Nicaragua to the har- bour of San Juan, on the Pncific, the distance is less than sixteen miles ; nnd this slender line of earth is the only important obstacle whicli impedes what would, undoubtedly, be the greatest, the most important alte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 August 1842

THE Proprietors' of'til« Herald draw the particular attention of their Subscribers to their intention of charging ton per cent, interest on all accounts of upwards of six months' standing. For~Brouloe and th» THoarouya River. rt__ rnnHE Regular Trader Cutter JM). 1 WATER WITCH, 'l&VfcW having arrived after a passage e^issfsip* °f0!,lT tcn dw f'om ,he ^ort ^^^^ 0f Sydney to the Mourouya River, will be despatched again as early as possible for the abavc places. For freight or Ussane, apply to the Captain on board, Union Wharf, or to Mr. Thoms» Lewis, near the Dove and Olive Branch Kent street North. Sydney, August 15._-_"80 roa T70Ï.10NGONO, npHE fine fast tailing; schooner 1 BARD'S LEOA CV, having superior accommodation -Í4TKSDV!»' for pa'sengers, laid on as a re- gular trader, will leave on Tuesday, J Gth instant, positively. Freights to Wollongong from i Sjdrey, reduced to 10s per toni aPP'y on I board, WILLUM BANTON, Master Coasting Packet Wharf, Sussex.strcet, August 13. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 August 1842

?T»AÍ*»B» TO TBB HBWXM BXVBB. ME Public are respect _ fully informed, that, M during the prêtent season _it is found there ii not suffi ent employment for three Vessels in the »bove »de, two only will for a time, or until further Itice, continue their trip» as follows: (Prom Sydney-every Monday, Wednesday, kursday, and Saturday Evening, at ten o clock. From Morpeth-every Tuesday, Wednesday, ,iday, and ^aturdey Morning, at eight o clock. A boat will proreed up the William's River rery alternate Monday, or oftener, if induce eut offers. FRANCIS CLARKE, Manager, unter'« River Steam Navigation Company's Wharf._«Jj IHK STEAMERS SOVEREIGN, and -,.-^^-~- JAMVS WATT, ill commence running on the Hunter's River rade, on or about the 15lb instant. Fares «bin 10s., Steerage 7s. (id } freight in pro ortion. Groie'a Wharf, August 12._2030 ?team to Moreton »OF. Til B Powerful Iron Steam Packet SHAMROCK will leave Sydney for Bris- ure Town, on Tuesday, the 16th instant, at in o'clock r. M., where s...

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DOMESTIC IN [?] INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 August 1842

DOMBBTio iirrax.x.x»i|if«}%''' INSOLVENCY PltOCEE8w^Íj|d"' FRIDAY. AV BEFORE thc.Ciiinr COMMISSIONER. 'Vf l'ROOr OF CLAIMS. iÎJ, In the estate of S. F. Mann, a-lpêcial nieeting was held, when affidavits iurpfadf of the following-claims were given in, but'ls the insolvent disputes a number of tjiejjÉjfthey will not. he entered on the rccorAjjlJlj^he third meeting takes place: Edward %Msitt cr, £1 (Is. 8d.; Robeit Coveiiey, £21- 1^*. 2d. ; W. Robinson, £'2S 4s. Oil. ; jacob Inder £20 19s. lid.; P. N; Russell,'£'21 ils.; ,'john Griffiths, £l (is. 2d.; Gosling,Brown,and Co., £3S1 ISs. 7d.; Thomas Davis, £ti 10s.; Willis, Sandeinan and Co., £101 Is. ad. ; W. Walker and Co., £117 3s. ¡lil. There are no meetings entered for this day. MEETINGS FOR TO-MORROW.-Third meetings will be held in the estate of James B.irfitt, at ton, and in that of Hero William Nicholls, at twelve ; special meetings will also be held in the estates of William Piillingcr, at half-pas't ten, and in that of Hubert Jon...

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SYDNEY QUARTER SESSIONS SIDNEY QUARTER SESSIONS MONDAY, AUGUST 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 August 1842

SYDNEY QUARTER SESSIONS MONDAY. AUGUST 8.   Richard Bourke was found guilty of larceny. and sentenced to two years in an ironed gang. Elizabeth Holmes, charged with larceny ; not guilty, - discharged. Maurita B'rnslingl, stealing a drawing plate; guilty - remanded for sentence. TUESDAY. John Broadway, larceny ; guilty - nine days' imprisonment. Anne Kelly, larceny ; guilty - one month's imprisonment. William Bradbury, assault ; guilty - three month's imprisonment. Samuel Low, stealing a saddle; guilty - three years to an ironed gang.     Patrick Phillips, stealing in a dwelling- house ; guilty - remanded for sentence. John Ryan, stealing; guilty - seven years' transportation. John Ford, attempt to commit rape; not guilty - discharged. John Johnson, receiving stolen property ; not guilty - discharged. James Kelly, stealing a boat sail ; not guilty - discharged. Isabella Moore, larceny ; not guilty - dis- charged. Henry Smithers Hayes, assault ; ...

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PRESENTATION OF PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 August 1842

. PRESENTATION OF PLATE. CAPTAIN MU LER, on Thursday night, enter- tained on board the Wilmot, to dinner, a party of gentlemen, amongst them hiigcu tlernen cabin passengers ; after the cloth was removed, and the Queen's health drunk, the Doctor's sei vant bl ought foi ward a huge silver salver, of colonial manufacture, upon which was the following inscription: I*i csrrjlcil lo Cip-îiil Ni.ii.in Miller, Coniin.imli.-i ul lliu Ship Wilmot, hy liis (înilily I'mieugi-r», as ii tl'MllOiH.il of |||,: lililí L'ltllll.tl¡0,1 which tlicy uni'n iln of his nniinrm kinilnrss, «u.-nli II, »ml {¡enlleiiMnly loiuliicl, during lhe \uj mc Hum Luiiilon lo ballin-), in Hie yc.ir 18IÍ. Mi. »mt Mr<. M.inUinahl Mr. nml Mr», "mini Mr. ami Mis. Medium J, |)L- (J. »renier Mr. .nut Air«. Wood T. Thvruu.ii W. U. U IV-n'ey li. II. (¿recite F. Mchulion J). M. M.icEnau, M.D. The DocTon rose and said; Captain Miller, I am deputed by your cuddy passengers to present to you, as a token of regald and este...

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MR. JUSTICE WILLIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 August 1842

MR. JUSTICE WILLIS. Mr. CARRINGTON, a solicitor at Port Phillip, having appealed to the Judges   at Sydney against a decision of Mr. Justice WILLIS, who had committed Mr. CAR- RINGTON for contempt of Court, their HONORS entertained the appeal, and di- rected a writ of habeas corpus to the Deputy Sheriff, at Melbourne, to bring Mr. CARRINGTON to Sydney to prosecute his appeal, and ordered that the necessary documents should be sent to Sydney. Their HONORS did not require, as is stated in the Port Phillip papers, the presence of Mr. Justice WILLIS in Sydney ; but it was requisite that his Honor should be served   with a notice of the appeal. When Mr. CARRINGTON received the order from Sydney, he applied in writing to Mr. Justice WILLIS to know whether he should wait upon him in chambers and serve him with the notice, to which the verbal reply was, "Any person wanting anything with me, can come into open Court for the purpose." "Accordingly," says the Port Phi...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 August 1842

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.     ARRIVAL. From Port Nicholson, yesterday, having left the 24th ultimo, the barque Isabella Anna, 226 tons, Captain Thompson, in ballast. Passengers—Captain White, Mr. Duppa, and Mr. Ward.

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NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR. (From our various Correspondents.) TUMUT RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 15 August 1842

News From The Interior.     (From our various Correspondents.) TUMUT RIVER. We have, in conscquence of the heavy floods     occasioned by the late rains, been prevented     seeing your papers for the last fortnight; and as a Murrumbidgee correspondent states in one of them, "we always look to the country   news to see if our neighbours are faring better than ourselves." Whoever your Mur-   rumbidgee corespondent may be, he gives a faithful description of the Mounted Border Police - for a more useless set of men never was saddled upon any body of people to sup- port. These fellows had some little       work to do when assessment papers were for- warded by them to the unfortunate squatters,   (which you are aware is for their own sup- port). But now that labour is too much for   them, they are forwarded by post. These ...

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