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SPECIAL JURIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 August 1842
mitki Juntes. \ Thursday, August l8-Turton v. Lyoha, Dent and another v. Same, Hebblcwhite v. Same, Malony v. Bryant. Friday, August 19-Morris u. Bryant, Asyñnall ii. Brown nnd another, R. Peek and Another ti. S. Peck. Saturday, August 20-R- Peek and another v. S. Peck mid another, Dulhunty v. Arm- strong, Jones i>. Tooth, Collins v. Elwin, Monday, August 22-Jones, Chairman, &c, v. Young, Potts v. Salting ond Others, Hampden ». Warland. Tuesday, August 23-Ross i). Gibbes, Can- non t'. Kcighi-an.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 August 1842
enamrorf», to moreton Bay, j^ROM the Hunter's River J. Steam Navigation Company's Wharf, THIS APTEUNOON, at _ifive o'clork precisely. In consequence of not being able to obtain a clearance from the Water Police Office after five o'clock, passengers are respectfully requested to be on board not later than a quarter to five o'clock. 2218 .- -#-.-. For Port PUUIi?, oalliag at Corner Inlet, Jj r~f--s. rf"UIE fine coppered schooner Ssi\ ?"- FALCON, JjMV}^ 76 tons, having good accora 5«Ea33 modations for passenger«, will ~ sail on Sunday next. For freight or passage, apply to Captain Cooper, on board, or to JOHN KELLICK, No. 42, Phillip-street. Freight to he paid in Sydney. August 16. 2248 For Corner Inlet and »ort Albert XL npHE NEW SCHOONER /fQV A ELIZA ANN, *$lfiwB IV1" "fm" from ,lie shove P0,t' on «.ù^SUThurîilay the 18th instant from the Queen's Wharf. For freight or passage apply to F. GAUNSON. 2247 Far IWolbcurno, Fort Phillip. THE FINE PACKET BRIG BRISTOLIAN. A 1, ICO tons, C. Th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 August 1842
EXCURSION TO EAST GOSFORD & BRISBANE WATER, BY THE FAVOURITE STEAMER WILLIAM THE FOURTH. From 8th Augu«t, 1842, to the 1st March, 1843. TO afford opportunity to per- sons wishing to visit this late- resting township and district, the Manager has been induced to &nbsp; issue Excursion Tickets for the trip to Brisbane Water and back, at the following rates, viz :— For a Cabin Passage from Sydney £ s. d. to Brisbane Water and back .. 1 0 0 Steerage ditto ditto. 0 10 0 The tickets issuable only in Sydney. There are three excellent inns in the town- ship, offering as much accommodation and com- &nbsp; fort as the inns to Sydney. &nbsp; Invalids, and persons inclined for a pleasure trip, would do well to avail themselves of this opportunity. N. B. Ticket not transferable, and in force for fourteen days from the day of issue. — 1884 "SEAHORSE" STEAM SHIP. Steam Communication between Sydney Van Diemen's Land, and Port Phillip. THE STEAM SHIP SEAHORSE will lea...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY ILLUSTRATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 16 August 1842
BOrOBBTXC INTBI&lt;LIG»rjOH. SYDNEY ILLUSTRATED» Ma Prout has just published the first part of a senes of xtevxs iHustratixc of the sceueiy of Sydney and its ncighbouihood, withdes cnptixc tettci press bj Mr John Rio lins, though the most lecent, is bj no mentis the first attempt to embody m plates, tht features of our beautifully mctuiesque hirbour, and the «plendid xiews m the xiei mty of Sydncx lhclate Mr Oxley (when Sin \ ex or General drew, and if w e i coolicer, also engrax ed in the line manner, 01 etched, (wo foigct which) n few of the more interest ing mcxxs a ouud Sxdney, and it was con- sidered to be rnlhci nu extnordimrx pi o dnction to be published here, mulei the c rcunistances-Air Oxley liming had to prépaie his o vu copper plates, and do ill the musts work besides Hie) weie fu fiom being good, though the) were much hettci than might haxe been expected, xxlien the difficulties of tht execution were taken into consi lention The x lews in the pirt just issued or...
PROTECTION FOR AGRICULTURISTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 August 1842
PROTECTION FOR AGRICUL- TURISTS. " Jason" is wrong in supposing that the agriculturist is" ontitled, or has ever claimed to be entitled, to what is called protection, to the extent of the taxes he Bays. Ile is entitled to such protectiou for the amount of taxation which he pays beyond what is paid by any other elass ; thus/îf it be true that the poor-rates are horne chiefly by the agricultural class, that class is fairly entitled to claim that a duty to that extent be imposed on im- ported produce which comes into the market in competition with his, which is raited under that disadvantage. He eau have no claim for reimbursement of his share of that taxation which is borna by all classes equally ; but it is for the excess of what is levied upon him beyond any other class that he is entitled to pro- tection. The whole of Is. duty on imported corn must, therefore, be withdrawn from his calculation, for this among many other reasons.-Communicated.
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 August 1842
NEW ZEALAND. We were lavoured last night with a Hay of Inlands Observer, of the 14 th July, from which we leam that the delay of the Government in settling the land claims, was, as in other parts of the colony, causing great dissatisfaction, so much so, that an association for purchasing lands from the chiefs of the Fegees or the Marquesas was talked of, for the purpose of forming a settlement "somewhat on the model of the Grecian republics." It is not probable that any such foolish step will be taken, nor would it be allowed by the British Government were it to be attempted ; but when men seriously con- template such undertakings, it shows how deep their sense of the injustice of the Government must be. In our fourth page will be found some interesting extracts from Wellington and Nelson papers.
YASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 August 1842
I , YASS. Amono the many cqniplaints mid frequent j evidences of depiossed times, which this dis- I ttict has shared with the lest of the colony, we weie astonished aud delighted to obseive I the spirit with which improvements have been I carried on since our last visit hete. Where I nine short months ago not a stone was laid> \ nor a hut or habitation to be seen ; we foun ' v\ last week fi spacious hand onie steam null, in I active operation-sttain blowing-c'tiinney smoking-toamstli iv nig wheat andfloiir-men building and fencing-cottages, huts and ont buildings ruuod, and rising iround-ev cry thing stir and bustle-an tmhr} o township, which bids fair soon to put its nieghbour Yass, of rouiful notoriety to the blush Yass h indebted for this undertaking, to an enteiprising Austialinn, with whose name most old colonists mc finuliar, Hamilton Hume, Esq , conjointly with Mr Watson, a Scotch gentlem m who has been some }e irs settled hoie I lie biul ling is of brick ni tngethei ibout...
PORT MACQUARIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 August 1842
PORT MACQUARIE. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Female servants are much in requisition &nbsp; &nbsp; down here just now, About eight or ten good laundress's and housemaid's would find ready &nbsp; engagements it from £10 to £12 per year. &nbsp; Wu hearthcic tie inn îy of the too vc des cuiilion of sellants out of emplo} ni Sjdne), nul who mc residing ntth Iminigiunts Home it so, we would leeo Hillend the nutlioiitics to send them down hcií The Mary Ann, schooner, arrived here on &nbsp; &nbsp; Fnduy, the 12th instant, from S)dncy hiving left the Heads on the 11 til She made the trip in tt\cutt six horn* J he Maitland, stumer, ni rived from S}d ney, on S ttinday morning with a lull caigo, and returns to Sydney on Mond iv A small cutter h is just been 1 innched b} Mr Ross, the »hip buildir Mie Ins been fiurchased b} Mr George Scott who intends ici for the Nambucca cedar trade. She is called the Doctor Assion ü...
The Sydney Morning Herald. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." INSOLVENT ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 August 1842
Úa'lxt Ai>ïmcy¿ttorm'ng fttralft. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17,1812. . -« " Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am /." INSOLVENT ACT. The number of individuals who hare availed themselves of the benefit of the New Insolvent Act, and the fucility with which many of those parties have become completely released from all liabilities, naturally creates an impression that the Act ha« the effect of protecting the dis- honest debtor from the claim of his creditor. This must continue to be the case until the creditors take upon them- selves to see the Act properly enforced. And it is with this view that we call the attention of debtors to the risk and in- convenience they incur by taking the benefit of this Act ; and, secondly, that we offer a few words of advice to creditors on the matter. | ]As to the risk and inconvenience which debtors incur.-In the first place, a debtor has to give up, not only the whole of his present estate, but also nil and every property which may thereafter be purchased or ...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 August 1842
I omoisrax, ooaatsioxDiHoa j Tu the Jldiloi s of the Si/dneii Mot nina Herald üen'ii.i.me.n,-IVay correct nu error of the press in my letter published this day ; I wrote, that if our its mrues and pou-ers of creating wealth were culled forth to the uttermost we should " advance," and become u British na- tion in despite of the errols of our Govern- ment, not of " our Governer," to whom per- sonally I did not intend to allude. Let mc ?add, that by an error of my own, or yours, beer of all descriptions is omitted, which ouuht to have been mentioned with braudv, silk, a 11 sugar, fur which 1 had ncitli >r sulli I cictit data, nor time lo use them, if I had. II remain, Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, . . ," JASON. Augmt 16.
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 August 1842
90MB3TXC XBTBX.XiXOaB'OB. 1 INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS, Tuesday, | Beforf the Chief Gov mhsiontr. ' PROor or ei i ivis In the estute of James W illiam Moone>, an adjourned ireating lohn roster Coehrnne, £I0J laines Gammiek, £S Is , John Davis 7s Gd lins insolvent was examined nteon siderablc length bj seveial of his creditois Hie examination will be resumed to-day, at h ilf past nine In the estate of William Pulhnger, a special meeting J L-athim, £i &lt;s , Newnham and Tooth, £« 19a , William Janie» Lennon, £8 4s 3d T , , In the estate of Hero William Nichols, a third meeting lhonias Croft, £12 Benjamin RiUon, £21 Hs led A B Spaik, £l>¿ 10s 3d , I W Pulmn t")7s 4d , Hcniy Aigyle, £Hßs lid ,C 1 Smith, £¿8 9s id In the estate of Roheit Jones, n special meeting the executors of Tyicr. £10 9s , S Hanson, £110, T and M Woolley, £'5 5s S A hi)ant and Co, £¿02 8s , Ldward Sitlamon, ¿21 0» , Kemp and Fairfax, £0 3s 7d In the estate of Tnmes Burfitt, a third meeting Kemp and Tan fa...
COMMON JURY CAUSES. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 August 1842
(j Common Junv Caines. it Tuesday. »f Before Mr. Justice Dukton, and a common Iiiy. BIRD V. tl'HUGHLIN. Counsel for the plaintif]', Messi s. Foster and islicrj attorney, Goddnid. For the de ndant, the Atlorne) -General with Mr. windeyer; attoineys, Nichols and William«. This »va» a» action to recover damages for n alleged trespass. The circumstances of the case, as it caine pfore the Court, appealed to boas follows: Eheplainlifl waa Samuel Bird, seedsman, and le defendant Bei uni d M'Laughlm, the pre- ta it lissée of the Georgc-sticet Muikets. Tur pome time previous to the beginning of llie ii osent year, (he plnintiti had occupied two tulls in the ii uitei ci 's shed, for which he bad ia d the usual lent tu Mr. Douglass, the prc ,cus lessee, whose lease expired on the 31st )tcemuer, 1811. The present defendant's 'i se commenced on the 1st January, 181-2, ti d on the 7tli of the «nine month, while col- in ting his first rents, lie informed the plaintiff li t as there was u proviso i...
ABSTRACT OF RETURN OF INQUESTS IN TOWN AND DISTRICT OF SYDNEY FOR 1840 AND 1841. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 August 1842
ABSTRACT OF RETURN OP INQUESTS IN TOWN AND DISTRICT OF SYDNEY FOR 1840 AND l8«. ' VEIIDICTS At TO CAUSE OF DEATH. 1840. I & -: . . ' 5 o .2 B-.2 §3,3 S> o ¿ T^tali s? «j 2 5 2i 3 4| 3| 1| 2j 11 1.' 1 8l -1 2 ..li Accidental Death .. .. -- -- ....'.. Accidental Deith, while intoxicated Accidentally Drowned Apoplexy .. Apoplexy, caused by intemperance .. .. ' ..1 Bite of n Shark .. .. .. .. i Caused by lightning Clothes catching- (ho .. .. ..' Concussion of th>' blain Coin ulsioiis of the blain .. .. .. Com ulsions, during pregnancy .. .. .&lt; Dcleriutn Tieineiis .. .. .. .. Deleiium Tiemens, caused by intemperanco Died by n blow received from a block at sea .. Disease brought on by neglect .. .. .. Disease induced by intemperance .. .. Disease produced by intemperance Disease accelerated by intemperance.. .. Disease of the heart, produced by intemperance . Disease of the tto.nach, pioduced by intemperance Disease of the mouth Drowned, by what means not known.. ...
To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 August 1842
I To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. \ I n-.... . , . . ucni-li:ml.n,-jn looking over )our paper of yesterday, I was not ii little surprised to per- ceive nu application ou the part of Mrs. Georgiana kinnear, to be released from gaol at a suit of mine. As I have no particular des'nc to have my mime brought before thi public, mid especially in so favourable n light »i that of incarcerating a female, I avail myself of this opportunity of stating, that I have not only never caused Mrs. Kinnear to be taken to gaol, but that I never even gave instructions to any person so to do. About twelve or eighteen months ago n bill ol Mrs. rüiinear'ä passed through my hands, and not having been paid at maturity, summonses were issued .against her and an indorser, upon which the ¡ntloi-srr paid it. AVhetlier the indorser, or other party, took advantage of my inline to cover (for ceitain reasons) their own in the tiansaction, is best known to themselves; but, ¡is for my p.ait, I disavow hav...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 August 1842
., . " COUNTRY SALES. Mr. J. Byrnes.-Upon the Land, August 25, I the Toongakbee Estate, in Allotments. I Mu. Blackman.-At Mount Pleasant, near I Penrith, August 21), Stock, Growing Crops, I Farming Implements, Stoi es, &c. _ I The SiiEitirF.-At Bow'thomc, Hunter River, I August 19, Household Furniture, Stock, 1 &c. ; at Clarence Uiver, August 22, House- I hild Furniture, Cattle, Horse.', &c.; at I Giillagulagang, near Goulburn, August I 23, Household Furniture, &c. I
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 August 1842
ABSTRACT OF SALliS BY AUCTION. We insert, for the information of the Pul tir, an Mitrad »f all th* Publie Sales whkk take place THIS DAY. toss and Lloyd.-At their Rooms, at 11 o'clock, Beef, Pork, Hains, Cheese, Mus- tard, Sherry, Port, Cider, Raisins, Flour, Rice, Sperm Oil, Hemp, ¿fee. Mr. Isaac Simuons.-On the premises, corner of Pitt and King streets, at 11 o'clock, Haberdashery, Slop Clothing, Flannel, Counterpanes, Lease of Promises, Fixture», Gas Fttings, ¿fee. The Sheriff.-At the Union Wharf, ut 12 o'clock, Cedar. I
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 August 1842
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. &nbsp; ARRIVALS. FROM Port Macquarie, yesterday, having left the preceding day, the steamer Maitland, Captain Parsons, with 100 bushels of maize, and 7 casks beef. Passengers—Dr. Fattorini, Messrs. Salway, McLeod, Thompson, Winter, and two in the steerage. From the Bay of Islands, same day, having left the 31st ultimo, the schooner Shamrock, 85 tons, Captain Daldy, wirh sundries. Passengers. —Mrs. Barrett, two children, and servant, Mr. &nbsp; R. H. Leister. Intermediate.—Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham, Mrs. Campbell and child, and fourteen in the steerage. From Hobart Town, the same day, having left the 10th instant, the ship Candahar, 642 tons, Captain Ridley,with Government stores. Passengers—Captain Day, 99th Regiment, lady, and four children ; Lieutenant Mont- gomery, 99th Regiment ; Ensign Young, 80th Regiment ; P. Leonard, Esq., Surgeon ; Mr. Heathorn, and Mr. Bloxham. Steerage— Three Serjeants, and fifty-six rank and file of the 99th Regiment,...
DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 August 1842
DEPARTURE. For Moreton Bay, yesterday, the steamer &nbsp; Shamrock, Captain Gilmore with sundries. Passengers—Mr. and Mrs. Slade, Mr. Bow and child, Messrs. Wise, Sankey, and Pugh. Steerage—Mr. and Miss Shean, Mr. Langley, Messrs. Kitchen. George, Grenier, Moore, Morris, Wright, Barker, Edwards, and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Hannan, Mr. and Mrs. Selines, Mr. Scott, Mr. McNamara, and Miss Goodfellovv.
COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 August 1842
COASTERS INWARDS. August 16.—Shamrock, steamer, 203, Gil- more, from Morpeth, with 700 busliels wheat ; Susan, 20, Twible, from the Hawkesbury, with 4 hogsheads brandy, and 700 bushels &nbsp; maize ; John and Charlotte, 93, Collins, from Newcastle, with 120 tons coals ; Harriett, 43, Richards, from Newcastle, with 60 tons coals, &nbsp; &nbsp; Fly, 20, Williams, from Brisbane Water, with &nbsp; 10,000 feet timber ; Mary, 15, Turner, from Brisbane Water, with lime ; Lucy Ann, 35, Thrower, from William's River, with 6933 feet cedar, 410 bushels maize, 19 tons potatoes, &c. ; Mary Ann, 12, West, from the Hawkes- bury, with 420 bushels maize, and 3000 shingles ; Sophia Jane, steamer, 138, Wiseman, from Wollongong, with coin and potatoes : John, 37, Steele, from Moreton Bay, via Newcastle, with coals ; Mary Ann, 9, Farrel!, from Pitt- water, with 250 bushels lime, 8000 shingles, and 1 ton potatoes ; Dove, 13, Hart, from Brisbane Wafer, with 450 bush...