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DIARY Memoranda for This Day [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

ni ADV I munit Memoranda for Ttals Bar _ SUN, I man tige _rises | sets. | morn I even li»| TiiuHsiuv | 6 Jt | fl 26 | 6 6 1 C 30 Full Moon, August ¿1, 18 m. past 12, noon. August.

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

im --= îWÙ^'e E'l*,or* °f ^'c S.'J'1"C.<J Morning Herald. JWTLEMEN, - Your correspondent, .Inson, Ktn-day's Herald, has given n list of aiti ¡Hiinpoited into this i-.olony,-opposite the Mp\ brandy he has put no return.' As it is fifoine importance to his argument that he Ijpild have collect returns of the quantity fijipiiit?, wine, and heel, imporlcd into this '"l»ny, 1 have se-nt thom for the years 1810 I ISH. The statement appeared in the Wflola/ler, of June the 1th, and is coii lered to be accurate. If you will have the Illness lo reprint it in your widely ciicu jfrd journal you will afford Jason impôt taut fui malien, and oblige A TEETOTALLER. WM " COLONIAL STATISTICS. ?%S' ^''' ",c b'"^ to 'laVG '' '" °"r power to ?linke an addition to the Colonial Statistics V'stljenily published, of the quantity and value .<<j|flhe intoxicating drinks imported into the ?«jli»!»y, in the years 1810 and ISH. We <sa6nld suggest thatin future, these ite...

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

rpM? Proprietors of the Herald .* draw the particular attention of their Subscribers to their intention of charging ten per cent, interest on nil accounts of upwards of six months' standing. T>ER.SON8 sending Advertisements for insertion in this Joui nal, who are not Subscribers, are informed that unless they are accompanied by re- mittances, or orders upon responsible individuals in Sydney, they will not be inserted. NO T IC E .-In consequence of disputes between Charterers, Agents, and Owners of Shipping, no advertisement will, in future, be re- ceived, except it mentions to whose account it must be charged. Herald Office, June 15,1842.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL.   From the South Sea Fishery, yesterday, hav- ing left Sydney in July, 1841, the brig Clarence, 134 tons, Captain Cole, with sperm oil.

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

To the Editors of the Sydney Morning ltowí Gentlemen,-Can you inform me ther« why there is no obseiv.itoiy in Sjdne),1 signnl showing Green«¡eli mean tune, i certain hour euch day, when eby sim» l*Rj rate their chronoincteis? Js Perhaps, previous to the Water luli«|re «ti ships, the expense of supposing «af^ important accommodation to the »'Hjü; interest of this poit might be urged u-fte cause for its not being erected befo«,»», now that ships ure taxed so hcaiilj;,-T stance, I pny for my ship £17 3s. lid. W Police dues alone, each time I enter li« vi hour of Port Jackson. Could a po« this sum not be nppi opiiated to the »iipf*J an observatory ?-or is it all too little I », up the Water Police establishment ? l«>* it so-in other Biitish ports the Gows»: provides this extremely nseful anuM«»i appendage. Indeed to any port, mW especially to one having such a l»*í«»*»i of tonnage annually enteruig ill« li«*^ Sydney has, it beoomes a matter oluigem»-! COSsity. . » .l.mJ Nothing could...

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CHURCH BOOK SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

CHURCH BOOK SOCIETY. The first annual meeting of the members of the Chinch of England Book Society, was held last evening in the Giammar School, Phillip-street. The Bishop of Australia, Pre- sident of the Society, in the chair. The re- ptil t, which was read by the Secretary, the Rev. T. W. Bodenhnm, slated that the Com- mittee considered the Society to be in n pros peiotts condition. The meeting was addressed by the Bishop, (who expressed his great satis- faction at the progross of the Society, and in- timated his anxious wish that it should li.eet with general support from the members of the Church), Mt. W. T. Cape, Mr. Slatterie, Mr. Goodall, the Rev. Mr. Allwood, (who was requested to allow the lecture delivered hy bim hist week to be printed), and several other members of the Society. The meeting was respectably attended, and the proceedings gav« great satisfaction. MissioNAnv Mr.cTiso.-The annual meet- ing of the London Missionary Society was held in the Independent Chapel las...

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

I PROTECTION FOR AGlUCULTURIife I To IheLdilon of I hi Sydney Rio) nmg //mÇ" Gentle.\ii:n, - "Jason" is right, nolri||| stautliug the objections " coinniunicatcd"»^: day, in claiming protection for the cmtójj of British labour and capital to the exleil|| his taxation and forced contribution loa¡H| public purposes of the colony. The qiiMtij-ç ns put by him, is between the tóí¿* colonial, and foreign growers. He r)j|. .''communicates" his dii.eut, puts it lieltó the colonial agriculturist and otlur cla«tifc| the same community, as if the many »nagi he taxed for the benefit of the fe-.v; \àmM it would be ea^y to show, first, that llifr5^ sperity of the agriculturist would benolil$| other classes to a greater .-inioitnt tliwlfê duly proposed, if really horne by them; ftjp next, that it would not increase thopmrt&j the censumcrat all, but full upon ilicf«K|| grower, or in'.crinedinte speculator. T® maxim, that oil charges ultimately falHrfg the consumer, is true only in large »&a...

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

oBiGxaAi. coBasspoaBaioi [Adveiitisement,] To the Editors of the Sydney Monbulla/ Gentlemen.-I not!T i." .1.. '""' i.rsTir tfs,-I notice, by the "enJ ícportof the ci munal proceeding ,¿ft Colonel Snodgrass, that his counsel ¿Yo fente stated, that my letters (winch wereid m Corni) "weie eMilently written nïli intention and for the purpoäe of irrita and exciting Colonel Snodgrass I y already stated in Court, that they nereid mitten with that object Were it nouf account of til» length of the correspond»? and the little interest the public natur* take in the quarrels of individuals, IfJi have published the whole now In theram time, please give publicity to the !nku,i letter, &c , which is the pioduction of st«, tleman who lead theletteis referridtobfL they weie nciused by any one except lb party to whom they were addressed ¡J which I think is a sufficient leplj totliesUii. mont quoted nbo\e, I am, gentlemen, yotit obedient «mu _M\irSM\t On the reception fiom Colonel SnoJgris of ...

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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. By a notice published in the Cape of Good Hope Government Gazette on the 15th June, we learn that the emigrant farmers at Port Natal had openly declared that they would not recognise the autho- rity of the British government, and had beaten the troops sent into their district. Our renders are aware that a body of troops, about two hundred strong, were sent into the Natal country, commanded by Capt. Smith of the 2/th regt. The journey from Graham's Town was per- formed without any obstruction, until the troo|-s arrived nea»" Natal, when the com- mandant of the settlers* troops desired Capt. Smith instantly to quit Natal, and upon his refusing to do so, a quantity of cattle belonging to the British troops were taken away, and various acts of annoyance perpetrated. To prevent the repetition of such con- duct, Capt. Smith determined to make a night attack upon the rebel camp, which was about three miles from the position which he was occupying ; anti accordingly about...

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RATES OF INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

RATES OF INSURANCE. London-2 to 2{ per cent. ' Hobart Town-1 percent. Launceston-1} per cent. Port Adelaide- 2 per cent. New Zealand-1 to li par cent.

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

Insolvency Business. Before Mr Justice Bouton IN TIIC 1NSOI VINCI 01 JOHN MACDErtVOTT Mr Johnson applied to Uti Illino-, on behalt of the insolviiits tuiitee, (Hill), m order that the judgment in the c ist of Muc dtrniott i Lee should be levivcd Mi. Windi xer opposed the application, on the gi omul, that, n¿> the whole of insolvents creditors lind received 20 in the pound, therefoie the apphc mt s trust m is at nu end 1 he Court pi anted the npplic itiou Hie CiiiEt- Commissioner moved that tin list of lrustecs who hid been appointed during the week he confirmad Hie motion was granted, -is «eli as some motions that certain plans of di tiibutiou be continued IN THE 1NSOLV LNCX OF 1IFNKX MOON Mi Michie, on behalf of Mi S imuel Lxons, moved that hit client be ulloued the expense of his opposing the liisilvcnt a«, nl'notitji li jons thuin amounted onlj to about ¿21 hy his opposition, iropiitj to the value (jI /.ISO had been lecovtred to the es tate Hie application had been made on the...

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RATES OF FREIGHT [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

Il AT Ii S OP PH RIO HT . Hobart Town-£1 5s. per tun. - launceston-£2 10s. per ton. í New Zealand and South Australia-£2 10s. per ton. Port Phillip-£2 10s. per ton. London-Wool ].rd. per lb.; Oil per tim £l 10s.

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—CIVIL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

I XAV XBTBX.X,IOBsfCB. SUPREME COURT.-Civil Side. BxForiE Mr. Justice Stephen and a Common Jury. WALFORD ». HUGHES AND ANOTHEn. This was an action on a promissory note. The usual proof as to the handwriting and the notice ef dishonour having been given, the case was left to the Jury, who returned a verdict for the plaintiff; amount of note and interest £25* leis. WAU OKI) V. MOSSMAN. This was au action on the «aine note ; the defendant in this case being also a party to it. The Jury returned a verdict for the plain- tiff, of the same amount, £254 16s. BOWDEN V. llUOHCg ANO ANOTHER. This was an action to recover the amount of a promissory note witb interest. The J ury found a verdict for the plaintiff; damages £348 17s. 5d. wilson v. iiuoheb. This was also an action to recover the amount of a promissory note, and interest. The jury found a verdict for the plaintiff for £501 14s. WEBB «. rEEK AND ANOTHEn. This was an action brought against Messrs. Peek and Campbell to recover £150, am...

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

ABSTRACT OF SALF.S BY AUCTION. We insert, for the information of the Public, an Abstract of all the Public Sates which Inhp nlnn. THIS DAY. i Mu. AnMSTiio.No.-At his Reposilory, at 12 . o'clock, the Horse's, Buffalo and Pi ince Albert. Foss ano Lloyd.- At (heir Booms, at 11 o'clock, Soup and Bouilli, Nuts, Ox Tongues, Beef, Pork, Cheese, Hains, Mus- tard, Sugai-cnndy,_ Oil, Hemp, Raisins, Flour, Rice, and SVines. Mu. Brennand.-At Thorn's Wharf, at 12 (/o'clock, Beef, Poik, Ale, Porter, and Cedar. Mn. Poi.ack.-At his Rooms, nt 11 o'clock, Tea, Beef, Sauces, Pickles, Tobacco, Soap, Osnaburg, Sic. Ma. Samuel Lyons.-At his'Mart, at 11 o'clock, Working Bullocks, Dray, &c. COUNTRY SALES. Mn. Laban White.-At the Bay Horse, Castlereagh, September 12, Farm on the " Nepean. The Sitr.Rirr.-At Richmond, August l8, Merchandise, Mare and Foal, &c. ; nt Bon thorne, Hunter River, August 19, Household Furniture, Stock, &c. ; at Clarence River, August 22, House ? hold Furnitur...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

BIRTH. At Gledswood, Cowpastures, on the 14th instant, Mrs. James Chisholm, junior, of a son. MARRIED. On Saturday last, Captain Thomas Tinley to Miss E. Neestrip, both of Sydney. DIED. In January last, in his ninety-first year, at his residence, Old Kent-road, London, Mr. John Haylock, formerly of West Wratting, Cambridgeshire, father of Mr. C. D. Haylock, Paterson, much and sincerely regretted by his relatives and friends.

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS PARLIAMENTARY DIGEST. HOUSE OF LORDS. February 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

EKroirsajKcxajLisT» Parliamentary digest. HOUSE OF LORDS. Februar 1/ 25. The Duke of Buckingham presented a petitiou from a body of shipowners, pray- ing for protection to the coin-grower. Lord Brougham presented a petition from some Dissenters, praying for an al- teration in the Dissenters' marriage laws in Ireland. The Lord Chancellor presented a simi- lar petition, and observed, that he had Jearncd with satisfaction, that the law officers of the crown in the other house "had introduced a measure ou the subject, i with whoso provisions he entirely agreed, - That bill was likely to be brought up to to their lordships' house early next week. T1I12 PRINCE OF XVALE8. Messengers from the House of Com ' mons brought up a bill for enabling his - , Royal Highness the Prince of Wales to -grant leases in Cornwall.-The bill was read a first time.

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HOUSE OF COMMONS. Friday, Feb. 25. BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

HOUSE OF COMMONS. Friday, Feb. 25. BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE. Thc Speaker notified to the house that lie hud received a letter from the agent of Mr. J. Hales Calcraft, stating that it wns not his intention to prosecute the petition against the velum of the sitting member (Mr. J. S. Drax) for thc borough of "Wareham. The Regulation of Buildings and the Borough Improvements Bill were read a fust time. On the motion of Sir IL, Douglas, a re- turn was ordered of nil British and Irish goods exported in Hie years 1839 and 13-10 to the East Indies, the "West Indies, and the foreign West Indies, distinguish- ing woollens, cottons, nnd silks. Mr. Ward gave notice for Thursday, the 10th of. Marchi of ti motion for a select committee to enquire whether there existed any special 'burdens peculiarly affecting the lauded interest of this country, and also whether they enjoyed any special ex- emptions on account of those burdens, and to report upon the nature and extent of those burdens and exemptions...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS PARLIAMENTARY DIGEST. HOUSE OF LORDS. February 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

PARLIAMENTARY DIGEST. HOUSE OF LORDS. Fcbnmry 25. TUB Duke of Buckingham presented a pct.it.iou from a body of shipowners, pray- ing for protection lo thc corn-grower. Lord Brougham presented a petition from some Dissenters, praying for an al- teration in thc Dissenters' marriage laws iii Ireland, Tlic Lord Chancellor presented a simi- lar petition, and observed, that he had Jenmcd with satisfaction, that the law oiRcers ol' thc crown in the other house "liad introduced a measure ou thc subject, with whose provisions he entirely agreed, ? That bill was likely to bc brought up to . to their lordships' house early next week. THE IUUNC13 OF WALES. Messengers from tho House of Com '" mons brought up a bill for enabling his ,:Boyal Highness the Prince of "Wales to .'grant leases in Cornwall.-The bill was reud a first time.

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HOUSE OF LORDS. Monday, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 18 August 1842

HOUSE OF LORDS. Monday, February 28. Tile Bishops of Lincoln and Durham took ibo oaths and their scats. The Earl of Ripon gave notice that Lc should, in a few days, lay on the table a bill for tho regulation of transactions be- tween merchants and factors. Lord Hawarden presented a petition from the millers of Clare, deprecating thc proposed measures relative to the impor- tation of flour, aud other petitions to the same effect. , . LOCAL COURTS. Lord Brougham laid on the table of the house, a bill for tho institution of local courts, similar to that which lie had very nearly succeeded in obtaining their lord- ships', assent to nine years ago. The bill of his noble and learned friend (Lord Cottenham) increased tho jurisdiction of country courts, in. the nature of debts from 40a. to ;£20, whereas his bill, though it confined'actions of debt, and of'the nature of debt, to £20, gave also to the local courts the power of bringing all actions of a personal nature, such as tort, slander, ...

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

COASTERS INWARDS. August 17. —Thistle, steamer, 127, Mulhall, from Morpeth, with 15 bales wool, 100 bags barley, 30 bags maize, 15 bags potatoes, 50 trusses hay, &c. ; Maitland steamer, 103, Parsons, from Port Macquarie, with 100 bushels maize, and 9 barrels beef.

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