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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 August 1842
COUNTRY SALES. The SiiEniFF.-At Bowthorne, Hunter River, August 19, Household Furniture, Stock, &c. ; at Clarence River, August 22, Housc Furiiiturc, Cattle, Horses, &c. ; at Gitlla gnlngung, near Goulburn, August 23, Household Furniture, &c. Mr. J. Byrnes.-Upon the Land, August 25, the Toongabbce Éstate, in Allotments.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 August 1842
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION.) We insert, for the infcr.nation of the Publie, an Abstract of all the Public Sale» which take place THIS DAY. Ma. Blackman.-At the Red Cow Inn, Par- ramatta, at 12 o'clock, Building Ground in Parramatta, and Farms at Castle Hill. Ma. Is vac Simmons.-On the Premises of Mr. Ellis, corner of Pitt and King Streets, at 11 o'clock, Wearing Apparel, Drapery, &c, and Lease and Fixtures of the Premises. Ma. Samuel Lyons.-At his Mart, at 10 o'clock, Toys, Rennet Skins, Ale and Por- ter; at li o'clock, Wine, Gin, Ale, Cheese, Pork, Pickles, Lime Juice, Salt, Ironmon- gery, Drapery, &c.
METEOROLOGY. COMPILED EXPRESSLY FOR THE "SYDNEY MORNING HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 August 1842
METEOROLOGY. COMPILED EXPRESSLY FOR THE " SYDNEY MORNING HERALD." j METEOROLOGICAL REPORT, SOUTH HEAD, FROM 8 m TO 14th AUGUST, 1842. MOON 3 AGE. BAROMETER. ATTACHED THERMOMETER. DETACHED THERMOMETER. Monday 8 Tuesday 9 Wednesday 10 Thursday 11 Friday 12 Saturday IS Sundat 14 29-61 29*65 29*46 29-35 29-CO 29-82 29-63 29-60 29'4* 29-36 29-66 29-60 29-55 29-39 29-40 29-65 29-55 29-38 29-46 29-70 29-75 29-83 29-83 29*85 29-85 | 29-SO I 29-80 | 29-82 | 58 60 [ 61 61 51 51 50 5S 47 47 51 52 54 56 52 51 51 not 0 01 Wr. halfS.,S.E.byS.,-W. W., W.N.W., S.E., E.-, N.E., N., W. tat 0-01 W., E., N.E., N.E. by N., W. 0-19 W., W.S.W., S., S.S.W., S.W. 0-22 W.S.W., S.S.W., S., S.S.W., S.W. 0 01 | W.S.W., S. by W., S , S.W. W. by S., S.E., E., W.
HOUSE OF LORDS. Thursday, February 24. EXCHEQUER BILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 August 1842
HOUSE OF LORDS. Thursday, February 24. EXCHEQUER HILLS. Lord Monteagle, at the suggestion of Lord Whamcliffe, consented at once to postpone his motion till Thursday next, in consequence of the absence of the Duke of Wellington. PRESHYTERIAN MARRIAGES. Lord Brougham presented petitions from ministers, elders, and other members of the congregations of Presbyterians of Ballym'uir, Dumore, Downpatrick, and Ah'an'ey, praying that, some alteration might be made in the law with reference to the marriage of Presbyterians with Episcopalians. Since tho noble lord last addressed their lordships on the suject, he had seen an accurate note of the judgment of the judges in Ire- land upon the subject which liad occa- sioned all the consternation among per- sons who had been married by Presbyte- rian ministers under the circumstances alluded to by the petitioners, and he must say, that great doubts xvere entertained upon the subject. He regretted that no form of that house empoxvered their lord- sh...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 August 1842
I ^ IMPOUNDINGS. i uuNoAoonE.-August 3rd, from the estate I of Mr. Hyland, LongSwamp:-Onestraivberiy bullock, branded W on the rump near side, near car slit. One black magpie bullock, branded apparently SW on near lump near side, stnr on forehead, white stroke on rump, shoulder, neck and flank. Ono red cow, illegible brand on the ribs milking side, X on the rump off side, a piece out of from both cars, a female calf by her side un branded. One white bull, unbranded, ap- parently yellow spot on both sides of jaws, damages £5. One yellow spotted cow, branded ,IC on the rump, apparently MMM on the ribs milking side. One yellow bul- lock, branded TB under 5 on the ribs offside, apparently MK on loins near side, a piece cut from both ears. One black poley bullock, branded as previous. One red bullock, branded TB under 5 on the ribs off side, a Eiece cut from both cars. One red bullock, randed M on off side, IG ou the rump near sider. If the above cattle are not released within twenty-one...
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 August 1842
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. &nbsp; The Shamrock, steamer, for Moreton Bay ; and the Caernarvon, for the Sperm Fishery, this day. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The Julia, for the Bay of Islands ; the Eden for Bombay ; the Jane Goudie, for Port Nicholson ; the Emma, for South Australia ; the Velocity, for Manila ; the Lynher, and Charlotte, for the Mauritius, via Port Essing- ton ; the Marían Watson, for Hobart town ; and the Scamander, for the Sperm Fishery ; to-morrow. The Governor Phillip, for Norfolk Island ; and the Waterlily, for Hobart town ; on the 18th instant. The Jupiter and Honduras, for London, on the 20th instant. The Earl Durham, for Calcutta, on the 21st instant. The Clarinda, for London, on the 24th instant. The repairs of the Lady Ruffles being very nearly completed, she will commence taking in cargo for London in a few days. The Regia has brought 80 tuns of black oil and 2 tons potatoes. She reports the Brothers, Bruce, lying in Port ...
Police Magistrates, Clerks, Constables, and others, with the rate of Salaries for each District, as provided for in the Estimates fo[?] 1843. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 August 1842
Police Magistrates,, Clerks, Constables, and others, « ith the rate of Salaries for eieh District, as provided for in the Estimates forj 1843. DISTRICT. Parramatta". Liverpool.. ../" ..^. Campbelltown... Picton. Illawarra.. ». ....." .. .. Berrima .. ». .. .r .. .. Goulburn... Bungonia ._ ». J..* .. .. ., Braidwood ~ ». ..' .. v.. .. Broulee.-.. '.. .. Queanbeyan.. Yass .. _.. Windsor .. ~.. Penrith .. .*. Hartley.-. Bathurst. Carcoar .~. .. Wellington .. .._.._.. ^ Mudgee., Brisbane Water . Newcastle and Ra} mond Terrace Dungog and Port Stephens.. Maitland. Wollombi and M'Donald Riv er.. Paterson. Patrick's Plains . Merton and Muswellbrook .. Scone and Murrurundi Cassilis . Camden and Narrellan.. Port Macquarie .:j 1 General Service. chief constables. WATCH a»USE KEEPERS S S 2-í Q Mr « ¡S C 6~ 3 . 4» e~ *> 8 0 2 - f3~ 2t 4 2 12 -IO 5. S OFFICE i.£EFERS. AMOUNT.: . £ s. 1407 15 701^3 554 2 - 359 17 748 l8 854 15 1118 lb 288 16 2Gi 5. 314 8 439 12 » 534 10 1371 5 1005 12 744 7 117...
HOUSE OF COMMONS. (Tuesday, February 22.) BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 August 1842
HOUSE OF COM&ipiíCf/ I (Tuesday, February 32./¡A UUSINJiSS OI THE HOUSE."1 Sir C. Lemon and Viscount''Barnard took the oaths and their seats, as members for the western division of Cornwall and the borough of Bandon. Many petitions were presented, and the private bills on the table »vero for- warded in their respective stages. In reply to a question from Mr. Labou- chere, Mr. Gladstone stated, that nothing could be further from the intention of Go- vernment than to leave the differential duties imposed on foreign commodities imported into the colonies liable to be neutralized by tho colonial legislatures. It was the intention of the Government that the protection of seven per cent., or whatever other protection might be given, should be a bond fide and real protection for Biitish goods. In reply to a question from Mr. Hind ley, whether the British government had lately received any communication from the great northern powers as to the policy of recognizing what he thought f...
To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Her[?] USURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 August 1842
To the Editors of the Sydney A foaling Rtr&l USURY. f I Le Prcttur s'cmlcmimc du peiil de Ia eontnniM > Gentlemen,-I obserx-e in the report of tW proceedings of Council contained in jsi paper of this morning, an honourable meafcf is stated to have recommended a Usury Lit« orlaxv restricting the tr.adein money, or fa» a maximum of the interest to be talen»» the use of it as a remedy for the prenw sin of ox-erborrowing on the one hand,« the charging of great interest on the oil« which formed the subject of discussion. I confess I xvas surprised to find that tliii TO position was not met by any one roundtb| table, nor hy the distinguishsd personate head of it, xvith the reprobation it demm| The worthy suggester, good ond amiajiii ' .' he is in private life, is not always felicito in his remedies for public evils. Btitlestt«^ tranquillity xvith xvhich the notion wai »,? ceived, should lead the public to believe m; there is nothing mischievous or foolisbin^'* I shall beg to tr...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 August 1842
OBiaSlTAX- iiHKäm^OKÜHtOBt To the Editors of the Sydney .I/o; niiiy IfcrahT. taf^Tí pvps - S" nothing imi"t be done foi Austnhi slid Sir Robert Peel, and that something it appears is a Bill, fixing the minimum puce of land, of which four acres are required for eaJi sheep to walk over, at 20s pet acie, unking the lent, m the shine of Intel est at ten per cent on^llo pitrçlinsc rodney, 8' r!ei sleep pen annum to Milich aie to be added «ages and all other charges of occupation and of maikct and against «Inch are to be placed a fleece (if good) woith 3s , and the nntural mcreisc fiom the female half of the flock This act is onh »aluible asan evidence of the nmmenqn da.}tynes* of Do\' lîirig »lieft, ppd fi'l its effect in fo ciug oui legisl itor3 on to that point of absuidit}, fiom which retio gradition and correction must commence , it Ins d »no no h inn , it «as impossible to pm chisc lind, without loss, it 12s oriipwiids for paitoial, or mi\ed put poses ofpistoril and nguculturnl occu...
The Sydney Morning Herald. TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." COLONIAL BANKING. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 August 1842
©fit Äytinry fttormttg ^craltr. TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, -181-2. -B " Sworn io no Master, of no Sect am I.'* COLONIAL BANKING. II. Os Saturday last wo gave an analysis 0f our Bank affairs during the year ended the 30th June, 1'242 ; we now beg to offer n few remarks upon the subject, which we then had not time to make. We observed, that the stability of the Banks was satisfactorily shown by the large excess of their assets over their lia- bilities ; being as 12 to 5, or 140 percent, net. Alluding to this fact, in the conver- sation at the Council table last week, the Governor remarked, that as a large pro- portion of the assets consisted of bills under discount, they were subject to the drawback of bad debts, it being presumable that some of the bills would be valueless through the insolvency of their makers and endorsers. To this it was replied by honourable members who are bank direct- ors, that the whole amount of bad debts that hud occurred in the Banks from their H very commencement...
HOUSE OF COMMONS. Thursday, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 August 1842
HOUSE OF COMMONS. Thursday, February 24. After the presentation of petitions, Mr. O'connell put a questiou to the noble lord the Secretary for the Colonies, respecting the recent riot in Jamaica. Lord Stanley described the intelligence received by government to the effect that the disturbance had arisen from an attempt of the Mayor of Kingston to prevent, by' force, the usual Saturnalia of the blacks at Christmas. The police haviug been over- powered and hemmed in, fired upon the mob, and two lives had been lost. The troops subsequently called in, including black troops and militia, had conducted themselves with great coolness and pro- priety. No further loss of life had taken place, and tranquillity had been fully re- stored. At the departure of Sir William Gomm, who had just arrived from Jamaica, an investigation of the occurrence, by order of the governor, was in progress. In reply to a question from Mr. Blewitt, the Chancellor of the Exchequer stated that the transfer of what re...
HOUSE OF LORDS. Monday, February 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 August 1842
HOUSE OF LORDS. Mondai/, February 21. The Earl of Aberdeen laid upon the table the quintuple treaty for the suppres- sion of the slave trade, and expressed his great regret that the French ratification had not been exchanged, nor could he state any precise time at which it might be expected. The treaty, which was still left open for the adhesion of France, was binding on the other lour powers, and he had to observe that the" treaties of 1831 and 1833, to which France was a party, were still in full force. By that of 1831, the mutual' right of search was guaranteed ; and by that of 1833, the equipment of slavers »vas considered as prima facie evi- dence of their occupation, and afforded sufficient ground of capture. The only difference between these treaties and the present was, that the latter gave a more extensive latitude in which to exercise the right of search. It was impossible to conceive that the causes could long prevail which had prevented the King of the French from rntil'...
SCONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 August 1842
SCONE &nbsp; The armed gang of bushrangers who infest the "Page" made an attack last night (9th August, on a sheep station belonging to Stephen Coxen, Esq. ; they assaulted one of his shepherds, named Dogherty, stripped him of his fire arms, and left him for dead. This comes of forbearnace to such scoundrels Dogherty, a few weeks nice, could, with ease, have shot one of the villians ; he did &nbsp; not-and this is the return for his forebear &nbsp; ance.
HOUSE OF COMMONS. Friday, February 18. BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 August 1842
nOUSE OF COMMONS. Friday, February l8. BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE. An immense number of petitions were presented in favour of a total repeal of the corn laws ; and a document in the shape of a memorial, or declaration, signed by 25,000 inhabitants of Manchester, was rejected, because it was not in the form of a petition. Lord Eliot gave notice, for February 24, of a bill for. legalising marriages solemnised by Presbyterian ministers in Ireland ; and, for the same dav, of a bill to amend the 1st and 2d of Win. IV. In answer to Mr. C. Buller, Lord Eliot said, it xvas true that a man had been sentenced to the punishment of death, at a quarter sessions court in Ireland, for killing a goat, as ii was found that au old statute, unrepealed, awarded that punish- ment to that offence : he having, however, suffered some weeks' imprisonment, her Majesty's government, deeming it suffi- cient punishment, had directed the pri- soner to be set at liberty. (Hear, hear.) It was, ne might add, the intenti...
HOUSE OF COMMONS. Monday, February 21. BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 August 1842
HOUSE OF COMMONS. Monday, February 21. nUSINfiSS OF THE HOUSE. Mr. Jackson (Solicitor-General for Ire- land) took the oaths and his seat for the Dublin University. A great many petitions were presented, chiefly on the subject of the corn laws j after which Sir G. Cockburn, in reply to Cnptain Berkeley, stated, that Mr. Elton's libera- tion had been an act of clemency on the part of the Admiralty, and did not result from any doubts entertained of the justice of his sentence. Sir R. Peel laid on the table of the house the slave-trade treaty, to which he I referred in terms similar to those used by Lord Aberdeen in the House of Lords. Viscount Palmerston hoped that the French government would not refuse: to ratify a treaty which had been signed by their ambassador in this country, in con«. sequence of>négociation« of -.which the ca biuet at.Paris were coguisant. ,., , ," Sir R. Peel * then, iii reply to Mr". P. Stuart, said, that he could not state the plans of the government as to ...
CAUSE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 August 1842
CAUSE LIST. The folio« ing is the lut of causes entered for trial befóte common and special juries, with the days each cause is eutcredfor. COMMON JURIES. Tuesday, August 16-Bird t>. M'Laughliii, Smith, administrator, &c. v. Ault, Fitz hnrdmge v. Wedderburn, Hillier r. Drake, Snndcm in i». Nichols, Byles v. Clanfield, Dinimitt r. Lackey, Doe Deni. Beau r. Donnison. Wcdncfday, August 17-Glanfieldr. B\lec, Gent, one, &c, White t>. Robertson, Due Dom. M'Elhone ».Nimmo, Walford v. Hughes mid another, Same v. Mossman, Bowden v. Huelles and another, Wilson p. Hughes, Webb v. Peek and another, Duguid ». Hughes and another, M'Gaa v, Same, M'Intyre p. Í Ililli,