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THE MONTH OF JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 August 1842

THE MONTH OF JUNE. Our Meteorological table for the month of June, (our central winter month,) shows considerable variety in temperature. We ought to remark that the instruments from which these tables are made up, are all placed in rather u favourable position, viz. in the Surveyor-General's Office. Wc find that the highest temperature during the month has been 65 ° (June 11,) and on the 16th, we had a temperature at 8 a.m., of 33, being the lowest exhibited in these tables. We know, however, that a much lower temperature was indicated in other situations of Wellington, as in the Ex- change, where at 8 p.m., on Thursday the loth, it stood at 30. The frost was in- tense, and we observed the pools of water covered with ice of two lines in thickness. At noon, however, of the same day, the thermometer stood at 61 ° . The general aspect around Wellington, is certainly not so green as in the preceding month, and bears a nearer resemblance lo our October in Britain. Rich and abundant past...

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NEW ZEALAND EXTRACTS. PROGRESS OF NEW PLYMOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 August 1842

KBW ZE&i,A!fS KXIKAOIS, PROGRESS OF NEW PLYMOUTH. By the Vanguard, from New Plymouth, we have received favourable accounts of the progress of our sister colony. The rural lands had been given out, and the surveys were a-head of the land orders. A few of the owners of earlier orders of choice had " reserved" for a splendid timber district, but, generally speaking, the settlers were well satisfied with the districts opened to selection. During the time of unlading the Vanguard, the weather was surerb the hay, smooth as glass-and not the least damage was suffered by the cargo, put ashore in the Company's boats. A uorth-wester, with rain, sprung up after nil was safely lauded, and the Vanguard stood off and on, though had she been fastened to the moorings, as she might have been, no removal would have become necessary or prudent. The Jupiter, with Captain King's stock, (though she had bad weather during her passage from Sydney,) was safely discharged at New Plymouth, mid held fa...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. THE APOSTOLIC SUCCESSION. (From the Record, April 11.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 August 1842

ThE APOSTOLIC SUCCESSION. (From the Record, April 11.)   Once more we have to notice a " heavy blow and great discouragement," to the Tractarian party, in the sermon recently preached by Dr. Hawkins, the Provost of Oriel, on the consecration of the new Bishop of Chichester. A circumstance which necessarily gives more than ordinary weight to this publi- cation is, that the sermon is announced as " printed at the command of his Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury." Now the Primate is well known to be constitutionally cautious. Hence, without implicating his Grace in an approval of every word therein contained, we have a right to assume that in the main argument and general tenour of this discourse, the preacher was honoured with the Arch- bishop's concurrence. What then is that general tenour ? It is what the British Critic and the other Tractarian journals have been decrying for these five years past as "Low Church- manship." The title of the sermon is, The Aposto- &a...

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—CIVIL SIDE. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 August 1842

I iJtw XMTax,x.xasiNcai. SUPREME COURT.-CiviL Side. Monday. Buroiiu Mr. Justice Burton with assessors Smyth and Sîkele. SHAIll- V. THOMSON. Counsel forthe plaintiff, Messrs. Foster and Windeyer ¡attorney, Fitzhardinge. For the defendant, the Solicitor-General and Mr. Darvall ; attorney, Mr. Westmore. This was an action brought to recover com- pensation foran alleged breach of-a special contract. Mr. Windeyer .commenced the proceed- ings by stating the action. . Air. Foster gave an outline of the case, which appeared to have arisen from the de- fendant engaging to write home by the Kin- near for u quantity ol' perfumery and hair- dressers' goods for the plaintiff, who engaged to make the usual allowance of 25 per cent, on the invoice. He had also secured the pay- ment of the same on delivery, by indorsed bills at three months, by u warrant of attor- ney. The Kinnear sailed in August, 1841, and arrived curly in December in London. But us yet no fulfilment of the contract had tnken pla...

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THE SQUATTING ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 August 1842

THE SQUATTING ACT. A FEELING against this Act is gradually springing up in the interior, caused in a great measure by the tyrannical conduct   of some of the Commissioners, who appear to think that the main portion of their duty is to act as taxgatherers. From the many privations under which they labour, and the immense amount of colo- nial wealth which is involved in their pursuits, the squatters ought to be pro- tected, and have as many facilities afforded them as possible. But is this the case, have not they on the contrary been har- rassed by the most absurd restrictions issued at the mere caprice, of no one knows who. What is the value of sheep and cattle depastured beyond the boundary, if a person can be deprived of his run without any cause, as was the case at Bathurst, the other day, when Mr. Lee's license was   taken away, and one was refused to his son, who had just become of age and taken the management of his own property. The act requires remod...

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 August 1842

COASTERS OUTWARDS.     August 16.—Shamrock, steamer, 200 Gilmore, for Moreton Bay, with sundries ; Letitia, 73, James, for the McLeay, with sundries ; Rose, steamer, 172, Pattison, for Morpeth, with sundries ; Sophia Jane, steamer, 156, Wiseman, for Wollongong, with sundries ; Isabella, 21, Barnett, for the McLeay, with sundries ; Dove, 13, Hart, for Brisbane Water, in ballast ; Lark, 18, Mat- thews, for the McLeay, with sundries ; Har- riett, 15, Crause, for Brisbane Water, in ballast ; Bard's Legacy, 34, Banton, for Wol- longong, with sundries ; Trial, 14, Robinson, for Brisbane Water, in ballast ; Sisters, 48, Manton, for Newcastle, in ballast : Friendship, 15, Stewart, for Wollongong, with sundries. The Eleanor sailed from Broulee on Thurs- day last, with seventy head of cattle, for Port Nicholson.   There has been no arrivals at Hobart Town   since the Isabella Watson, which vessel was   coming on to Sydney ; the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 August 1842

--, - "..- ....?»« . «.myilly, iXC. _ 'pllH Proprietors of the Herald * draw the particular attention of their Subscribers to their intention of charging ten per cent, interest.on all accounts of upwards of six month»' 6tanding. Cor MewuitftU« »na rort Mucquario rf* H E Port Macquarie .Steam A l'nckct MAITLAND, William Parsous, master, will leave the Commercial Wharf lo-uiorrow Evening, the lS'h instant, at tix i' M._2260 For Clarence Town ana Willum» Ai»«*' j PUE Fine New Cutter _ LUCY ANN, now hine at Hughes and Ho*. ?.»_«»_ king's'Wharf, is retdy lo receive cargo (or the above' places. -vhe will potd'ively »all on Friday first, the 19th instant. All freight« must be paid here either to the master, on board, or to Thomas Magner, Agent, Market street Weit. August Hi._2259 \m RS. KEKUY begs to inform those friends YI who have honoured her with their psiron [ age durhur. her residence in Sydney, that she has removed to Macquarie-itreet, and intends to take only a limited number of pu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 August 1842

SALES BY AUCTION. 875 Ewe« to -lamb in Sep TVVO DAYS' SALE. To Drapers, Tailors, General Sealers, and others, MR. ISAAC SIMMONS is instructed by the proprietor. Mr. Elua, to dispose of by public auction, THIS DAY, 17th bat., the whole of hi» Stock in-Trade, ou the premises, corner of Pitt and King Streets, at Eleven o'clock precisely, each day. Six canes moleskin trowsers Two ditto twill prints One bale flannel Two cases regatta and white shirts One ditto moleskin jackets Four bales white counterpart ALSO, A large assortment of Pea coats and jackets Top coats Pilot costs Blue cloth jackets Flushing, cloth, and moleskin trowsers of nil sorts Velvet, cloth, and fancy vests A great variety of Ribbons Blond Thread, lace, and edging Silk, twist, &c-, with a Urge assortment of merchandise, too numerous to particularise. AFTER WHICH, The Lease of the Premises, for the unexpired term of seven years ; the fixtures, gas-fittings, &c, to go with the lease. Terms at Sale. 2095 l...

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[?] FROM THE INTERIOR. (From our various Correspondents.) NEW ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 August 1842

»?WB »OK THI XVnuoM, (From our various Correspondent!.) NEW ENGLAND. We are sorry to learn, that Catarrh amongst   sheep, is prevalent in many flocks in this   neighbourhood. It defies all attempts at cure. _

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PEEL'S RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 August 1842

PEEL'S RIVER. We learn that this section of the colony, after a severe drought, has at length been favoured with most refreshing rains. Travellers to New England will bo pleased to hear that a comfortable house for their accommodation is open at the Peel; it is kept by a Mr. Martin. The only drawback is, that at present he is not allowed to vend ale or wine.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 August 1842

BIRTHS.   At the Albion Brewery, on the 12th inst., Mrs. Gavin Ralston, of a son. On Sunday last, at her residence, Botany-   street, Mrs. James Cooper, of a son. DEATHS. On Monday, the 15th instant, Mr. Jeremiah   Garfield, being in his 56th year ; much re-   spected by his family and a numerous circle of friends. At his father's residence, York-street, after   a few days' illness, Bernard McLaughlin, aged six weeks.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday, AUGUST 16, 1842. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 August 1842

»Bozoi,ATZva courrez!» Tuesday, Auoust 16, 1842. PnEsr.KT.-The Governor, the Bishop, the Commander of the Forces, the Colonial Secre- tary, the Attorney-General, the Collector of Customs, the Auditor-General, Mr. Camp- bell, Mr. Berry, Mr. Jones, Mr. Blaxland, Mr. II. Macarthur, Sir J. Jamison, and Mr. Janies Macarthur. The order of the day having been called, the Colonial Secretary said, that he had a notice of motion on the paper, but as there were sometime! readings on the paper also, he would postpone his motion until after they had been disposed of. Ho would therefore move the third rending of the SYDNEY CORPORATION ACT AMEND- MENT BILL. The Bill to .-.mend t'.ic Sydney Corporation Act was read a third time and passed. HARBOUR ACT AMENDMENT BILL. The Bill to amend certain clauses in the Harbour Act, relative to fines and penalties, und to enable the Judges to decrease the I amount of such penalties, was read a third time and passed. COURT OF REQUESTS BILL. The second reading of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 August 1842

T he steamers   Sovereign   and James Watt,     Commence running on the Hunter's River   , on or about the 15th mstant. Fares ,' 10»., Steerage 7s. Cd . ,,e'. Wharf, August 12. __J0SO ~¿M¡AHORSB'r STB AM SHIP. n oommunieaTnon 1 »etween Sydney i Dlomen'a lan a, al id »ort Pttllllp. nnHE »team ship I SR AHORSE will leave Sydney for Port K---r Phillip, on Satnrdsy the 17th SberTand «turn lM m William» Town PhtUip), on Saturday the 24th, calling at re Town both going««1 returning. Further aation obtained on app lication to BOYD and CO., Unwin's Buildin g», Custom Home. T1 TOM SOBAXT TOWN, 1HE fine fast sailing first clans Schooner WATERLILY, tern_,wr Henry Brown, master, having »ï#?accommodati.ons for passengers, and ?t of her cargo and cabins already engaged, «positively »sil for the above port in ten days. Kreight or passage, for which early applica- nts necessary, apply ia the master on board, A. and S.LYONS, 1828 T ugu...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 17 August 1842

IBting that he could not import umkr K months, and then called ? Middleton, who lud been examined Kmtilt was recalled, and deposed lliat ?der h id been sent home to two houses, ?hat of Bishop, who was to see it execit ed Et of Gosnell KDaud Jones, exr mined Had been in Kbit ot impoiting good3, and the time in ? he expected nn answer was twelve or Ben months, on looking at the order, he Hit it was likely some of the articles ? require to be made up, and if so, «twelve to fifteen months might be ne- ly for a i elm n of the order, in olliei Kit might be answeied within twelve I Cliailes Mai tin Had imported goods f Eneland foi himself ana other!,, tin Ige time might be tu el ve months, in other ? fiom tweHe to fifteen months, but he H not think eighteen months out ol the g the last he imported was foul teen jptain Dncre Hadbeenan impoiter, lie id nut mulei take to import at this time ?rtnehc months, it this season he had .n \ easels se\ on months gcttinghome , be ? there might be other...

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DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

DUTIES. SPIRITS AND TOBACCO, ARE USUALLY SOLD IN ilOND-ALL OTHER ARTICLES (roltCION) UUTY l'A IB. S. (1. Brandy. 12 0 Gin... 12 (I U. P. Iluu. Í) 0 Foreign Rum . 12 0 Tobacco, manufactured. 2 0 Tobacco, unmanufactured. 1 6'

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THE SQUATTING COMMISSIONERS. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

THE SQUATTING COMMISSIONERS. I To the Editors of the Sy.bicy Morning Herald. I Genttemen,-I perceive His Excellency the Governor lins, at the eleventh hour, given one of our Squatting Commissioneis irepu mand But why not ln-c suppiesstd the olnce' an ornee not lequned if we, tiny pidge bx the manner in xxInch it his been filled Plus ovei taxed colony, inhabited, unfortunately, bx political seif', must, how- ever, submit to he annoyed by the nppon t ment of nnothoi Commissioner, a man who depoits himself like a bully to those squatteis whom he thinks he cm insult with impunity Let this conduct also ensure a icprniiaiulfioni Sir Geoigc But, Mcssiems of the Herald haxc you noticed the mci casing liumheis of men who are thrust into this squatting ofhee' Piay look it the minute divisions of teuitoiy that take place to facilitate the piocess of this Whig manufactory It makes the choler of even tax paving colonist rise I assoit that these commissioners, speaking generally, aie men xvho imp...

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To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

Tu the Editors of the Sudtt'V Mornina ITerahl. Gfntiemen-Ohsei Milga list of vessels ex peeled with sitgai, in jour papei of this day, which has doubtless been insetted by pal ties interested in lowering tho pi lee of this article, mindel that they may ngnn pmchatcup mid make a monopolj to i use the puce horn lift) 01 a bundi ed per cent I nould beg to s ty that the fulloiutig \csscls in join list-ne known to me, mil that the) lune not gone foi sttg u cargoes, 1101 is it pos- sible th it any person hcie can know that they arc coming here with such a caigo, u/, the Juhnl, Iiiulheis, /ani/othland, i>l cm, Saint, 3if.(U (.reola, Richard Mount, Lodi/ Mai gai et, J'Oßa"K Hie following are mentioned, but five of them cinnot be expected to bring much sugai, indi believe three-it least went for other liicieh indue, vu , Alln/ator, Ftscaloi, Aba- tí nibil. Aginaría louisa, and Lxportei i he bru Potter has not gone for sugar, the lady Nuginl has gono to limoi for pome«, and the Lungothland...

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To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

To the Editors of the Sudneii Moriiina Herald OfcNrLLWEN,- I believe it is generally u uleistood, that His Excellency Sir Geoige Gipps has written to scveial of the Polite Mtgisttatcs in different parts of the colony, infoiining them that their services would be dispensed «iib for the future. I suppose he (the Govornoi) wishes to decrease the expen- diture of the colony by so doing. Do you think, gentlemen, that he will be nble to do so in all 11.11 ts of the colony. No«, in the distnct of Patrick's Plains, on the limiter, there ¡ne live unpaid Magistrate-, the nearest does not live «itliin the distance of nine miles, and I believe the most distant lesidcs twenty miles off. Now is it utitmal that those gen- tlemen will neglect their business to go into to ,\n to ti y any peison who may so happen to be put into confinement. It is not in that district alone that such is the case, but many otheis I ennld mention «ero I to think fit. By iusei ling the above few lines, you will hePol,lmr...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

MTOTIOB TO OOBBBaPOB9BHTfl. A Presbyter is informed thal Mr. M'Intyre having signed his name lo his communica- tion, and paid for it as an advertisement, no Idlers ok the same subject will be inserted except on the same terms.

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To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

¡aro Ila- Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. Iii s ii i m, v, -1 was stiutk with the force of our lctnail»? ni the linn d, a fen days igo uthe uupinpiuty of allowing childi en to nine into constant cont-ict with convict sci- ants, in jour lcport of the cnsc of Mi Vooltott s assigned servant and ippicntict, nd if in this soli tai) instance, tilt centact eserxed such repiobation, xvhat do von think f that item in the Lstimntcs for l81), just ¡Blniblishtd, " for rationing and tloihnig ten ¡fiiec apprentices,foi the Government Piiutiug SjDHice, to come into close contact willi iii entj one prisoncis of the ciovvn, (unit igl itunatc) now employed in that cstablish «innit7 Do you tint think, gentlemen, these mm orphans, (Jiir, 1 presume they me tobe m ikeu ti oin tilt Orphan School, lui no frte ffiparcnt would allow Ins children to be cou- lta initiated by suth socittv,) do you not rjthn k th it thebc tenorphans,nt the espnation i§< f then ippicntictship, will have m evcr £1...

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