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

DEPARTURES.   For the South Sea Fishery, yesterday, the whaling brig Scamander, Captain Nickson, with whaling gear, &c. For Port Phillip and Adelaide, the same day, the brig Emma, Captain Sproule, with   sundries. Passengers—Mr., Mrs., and Miss Murray, Miss Scott, and Mr. Dutton ; steer- age : Mrs. Burn and child, Messrs. Robinson, Spiller, Woores, and Driver. The ship Eden will sail for Bombay posi- tively on Saturday morning next ; she will not lake troops as at first intended. The schooner Hope arrived last evening from the Clarence, with 18,000 feet of pine, The Susan and Resolution were taking in cargo   there for Sydney. The Paterson was lying off the bar when the Hope left. The brig Clarence has met with very in- different success, having obtained only three hundred barrels of sperm ; she spoke the Lady Blackwood on the 21st December, with   300 barrels of sperm on hoard, which vessel reported having seen the JAustra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 August 1842

ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE Greatest combination of novelty and attrac- tion ever presented lo the Austrnlinn public; and Last Nihill of the Season but two. Mu. KNOWLES with much pleasure begs to iuformhi» frieiuls,and the gentry of Sydney, together with the public generally, that his Be ne ¡it will take place on MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 22, 1812, (being the last. Night but two of the Season,) on-which occasion s variety of such Novelties and attractive Performance« will b« presented to their notice, as cannot IVii of einmütig that patronage mid support with which lit' has always been by them so signally honoured. The performances will consist of n Nautical Draina, performed lately at the London Theatre, tor the unexampled and uninter- rupted period ol Three Hundred Nights; and in the courue of which will hu presented a Combination of Tlicatiical Illusion and novel Mage «Heels (including the Sinking of un immense Ship,) such as have seldom or never been olFercd tothe patrons of the Thralre...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 August 1842

MARRIED. On the 17th instant, by special license, at St. Andrew's Church, by the Rev. B. Watson, Mr. Edward Martin Storey, Sussex-street, to Rebecca, youngest daughter of W. Mattinson, Esq., late of Hobart Town, DEATH. At Kirkton, Hunter's River, on the 8th current, Sarah, wife of John Busby, Esq., aged 74.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDEN[?] To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 August 1842

oaiaxaAz, COÏÎAÏSPÛIISSIIJ^, To the Ldiloi s of the Sydney A foi niny If el aid LIEJJTI.F.MEN,- J ou appear to bo so well in- formed in nil that relates to our Sydney Banks, that, possibly, you will leply to the mutter ol' "legal tender ' of these iiulitutioiu. If su, say whether thcie batiks be bound to pay gold for 'their notes above £S ; and if, in this respect, they be not on the same footing with banks in the mother country. As to their Cractice in this matter much could be said, ut in the meantime your answer lo the above will meet the views of vour CORRESPONDENT. Sydney, August 13. [Wc piesiime that the Sydney Banks are at all times liable to he called upon to pay then notes in specie, and that not to do so whon called upon would be to acknowledge theinsclv cs insoh cut LDS. TRANCE - 1 he e\ angelical pal ty among (he Fiench Piotcstantt hnsbeon of lite showing the most bitter hostility to the Chun h of Lngl md 1 his ought to be well understood in England, bec uiso some of the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 August 1842

COUNTRY SALES. Mu. J. BVKNES.-Upon the Land August 25, the Tooiigabbce Estate, in Allotments. MR. BLACKMAN.-At Mount Pleasant, near Penrith, August 20, Stock, Growing Crops, Fanning Implements, Stores, &c - MR. LISCOMBE.-At Arthur's Inn, Bathurst, September'7, Allotments in tho Township of Broughton. TuRNEn AND MARTYR.-At Clevedon, Pater- son River, August 21-, Cuttle, Ilorkes, &c. MR. LAUAN WHITE.-At the Bay Horse, Castlereagh, September 12, Farm on the Nepean. Tin: SHERIFI-.-On the premises, Clarence River, August 22, Household Furniture, Cattle, Horses, Mares, AVorking Bullocks, &c. ; at Gullagulagang, near Goulburn, August 23, Household Furniture, &c. At Brisbane Town, Moreton Bay, October 1, Rams.

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LAW INTELL[?]ENCE. SUPREME COURT.—CIVIL SIDE. SPECIAL JURY CAUSES. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 August 1842

&2XV7 INXSlI,l«B»CB. SUPREME COURT.-Cirii. SIDE. SrnciAL JURY CAUSES. THURSDAY. Bt lour Mi JusticL STUMIFN ruinoN ti JYONS Counsel foi the plamtifT, the Solicitor Gcnc ral, with Me-isis 1 o«tci and Manning nttot ncj, 1 inner Counsel for the détendant, Messrs \\ mdejernnd Lroiulhuitt attoinej, Want lins »is an actiou which had been already submitted to n 11113, when a verdict was le turned for the plaintiff Hie detindnnt had al teni uds muutl foi 1 new ti in), on sceial giounds, and after a hearing of the m guments by the full Couit in Banco, it wis ordeied that a new trial be allowed to determine the following questions - lustlj, was there a eoineyancc of the land (111 îespect of which the present action is brought) dul\ executed by b IIIHILI Peek, the ownei thcieof Socondh, wa» there an ac lept ince of that comc\ance by the plaintiff' lim di), was tln.ro a payment o\ci b3 the de- fend mt, ot the pioceeds ot the sale of the sud land, to his piinciptl, the said Samuel Peek, w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 August 1842

ABSTRACT OF SAL15S 1JY Aidiez. We inter/, for the information of the Public, an Abstract of all the Public Salet which take clan» ? THIS DAY. Foss AND LLOYD.-At their Rooms, at 11 o'clock, a Horse. PICKKIUNO AND LUCAS.-At their Rooms, at 11 o'clock, Flour. MR. POI.ACK.-At his Mart, Charlofte-placc, Horses, Carriages, Gigs, Harness, &c. MR. I.SIMMOKS.-Athis Rooms, at 11 o'clock, general sale of merchandise.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 August 1842

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.     ARRIVALS.   FROM the Whale Fishery, yesterday, the American whaling barque Windslowe, 263 tons, Captain Peare, with oil. FromTongataboo, same day, having left 23rd ultimo, H.M.S. Favorite, Captain Sullivan. .*. The barque Terror, Captain Meggett, returned to-port yesterday.

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DIARY. Memoranda for This Day [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 August 1842

'DÍ&JIYI KoBuraatda tv* «Ma »»y A",,..t I SUN, I HIOH TIM " . " I lu"' I »et'-1 m,,ni LiT! 1Í) j_2 V ii PA v "| O'* 3J I 5 27 I tis í fjLJü ""full Moon, Angiut 21, l8 in. past 12, noon.

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DEPARTURES.—NONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 August 1842

DEPARTURES.—NONE. The Windslowe, belonging to New Bedford, has been out twenty-two months, but has ob- tained only 650 barrels of oil, 400 of which are sperm and the others black ; she has spoken no other vessels since those reported by the Oynx. The Terror was compelled to put back, owing to her having sprung a leak after she had proceeded about one hundred and fifty   miles from the Heads. About a hundred and fifty bags of maize were thrown over-   board, and as the stores are in immediate demand at Norfolk Island, they will in all probability be transhipped into another vessel. H.M.S. Favorite, and the barque Terror, have experienced very heavy weather outside. The Terror, bound to Norfolk Island and China, put back yesterday morning, to replace a portion of her water, &c, which she was obliged to throw overboard, and when com- pleted will proceed upon her voyage. The Favorite reports the schooner Sultana, at Tongataboo ; she was about to proceed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 August 1842

SALES BY AUCTION. Valuable Town Property In Melbourne, »ort PblUtp. TO na SOLD BV rUDLIO AUCTION, UNDBR A rows» OF Si A I, It CONTAINKD IN AN IN DKNTUUK Of MORTCI.'.G». MR. J. BLACKMAN will nell by public »uctiun, on MONDAY, the 26th day of September, at his Rooms, George-atret>t,S;dney, at twelve o'clock at noon, All that piece or parcel of land aituate and being in Melbourne, in the colony of New South Wale», and being lot 7 In section No. 10 in plan or the township, bounded on the somh 6G feet by Collin's-street, on the east 313 feet six inches by lots 8 and 9 of «ame section, on the north C6 feet by a lane dividing the same section, and on the west 313 feet six inches by lot 6 of same section, to commencing corner. And also, all that other piece or parcel of land situate, lying, and being in Melbourne aforesaid, bounded on the south by Lonsdale-street 33 feet, on the cast by a line at right angles 91 feet, on tile north by a line at right angles 33 feet, and on the west by a ...

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NEW ZEALAND EXTRACTS. THE "MAORI GAZETTE." To the Editor of the Auckland Standard. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 August 1842

MW ZUÙ%AX» »-HMâCMi ] THE "MAORI GAZETTE." "% To the Editor of the Auckland Standard. IR,-I think it would not be unao K ?' ceptable to a gTeat majority of your ^ leadcs, if some greater publicity wee r given to the content» of each number of the Maori Gazette, which is silently, but ., steadily circulating amongst the aborigines, and which, in my opinion, is one of the most happy effurts yet in operation for conveying instruction, and civilizing this interesting pe> ile, as a constant reader of "\ Te Knrere o Nui Tireni, myself, I am highly gratified to observe the natural good sense, and correct view of common equity, which characterizes many of the articles, which evideutly are of native pro- duction ; I think this fully exemplified in " a letter which appeared in the last number signed " Te Kai Kerero," i. e., a reader answering an advertisement published in June, warning the natives against tres- passing on the lands of Mciha Pumapere, for the purpose of catching their pigs....

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. DINNER BY THE EAST INDIA COMPANY TO THE MARQUIS OF TWEEDDALE AND SIR GEORGE ARTHUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 August 1842

anrox.isHaxTRA.crs. DINNER BY THE EAST INDIA COM- PANY TO THE MARQUIS OF TWEEDDALE AND SIR GEORGE ARTHUR. ON Wednesday, the 2/lh April, the Directors of the East India Company gave a sumptuous entertainment at the " Lon- don Tavern" to the Marquis of Tweed dale and Sir George Arthur, on the occa- sion of their appointment to the Governor- ships of the Presidencies of Madras and Bombay. The tables were decorated with a profusion of gold and silver plate, and the dinner, wines, &c., were of the most recherche character. The Chairman, Sir J. Lushington, was supported on the right by the Marquis of Tweeddale, the Duke of Wellington, the Earl of Lincoln, Earl Delawarr, Earl Dalhousie, Lord Stauley, Lord Eliot, Sir R. Peel, Mr. Astell, the Right Hon. Sir. G. Murray, the Right Hon. Sir J. Graham, the Right Hon. S. R. Lushington, tb. Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone, the Attorney-General, and the Solicitor-General ; on the left by Sir G. Arthur, the Deputy-Chairman, the Lord Mayor, the Du...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, AUGUST 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 August 1842

&aaiBx,A.TXV4 cou «rex*. I THURSDAY, AUGUST l8. I t«-. .1 ~ . - - - rresent-the Uovernor, the Chief Justice, Berry, Mr. Jones, Mr. Blaxland, MV. H! Macarthur, Sir J. Jamison, and Mr. James Macarthur. The order of the day was moved by the Colonial Secretary. IMMIGRATION. The BISHOP saU, that before the business or the day commenced, it might be as well for him to state, as Chairman of the Immi- gration Committee, that on Thursday next the Report of that Committee would be brought up, and that on that occasion, he or some other member of the committee would move that it be taken into consideration, and as the session was now so fur ndvanced, it would be convenient to fix that day as early as possible. CROWN LANDS' OCCUPATION BATHURST PETITION. Mr. JAMBS MACARTHUR said, he would take the present opportunity of informing the Council, that a petitiou had been entrusted to him, numerously signed by parties resi- dent in the district of Bathurst. Hu had only' just received the peti...

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DOMESTIC IN[?]GENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 August 1842

I DOMBWSIC IITï»LI,iOliN0a. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. ' '_ WEDNESDAV. Bci-ouu the Cninr COMMISSIONER. moor or CLAIMS. In the estate of Humphrey M'Koon, a specinl meeting : W. Hutchinson, £75 15s Od.; W. C. Wentworth, Esq., £100. in the estate of .Janies W. Mooney, an ad- journed meeting was held, but no debts were proved. In the estate of James Burfitt, nn adjourned meeting: Challes Younger, £72 11s. ¡Md. In the estate of Andrew Higgins, a single meeting : the executors of John Lacey, £1)3 Is.; Chambers and Thurlow, £+1 2s. 2d.. Timothy Maher, £200; W. C. Wentworth £31 14s. 4d.; same, for a second claim, £11G;' Philip Whelan, £3t 2s.; Thomas Weedon' £14 10s.; George Evans, £22 14s.; John Murray, £70 2s. 2d. THURSDAY. In the estate of William Thomas Walters, n third meeting. George Davis, £25 ; Charles Younger, £37 17s. Od. In the estate of John Frank Carruthers, a first meeting : David Campbell, £33 ]Ss. 7d. Iii the estate ol' Edward Borton : William Thuilow, £00 Ss. 3d. Second meetin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 August 1842

rru T IHE STEAMERS SOVEREIGN, and MTV-MMI- JAMES WATT, Sucommeaoe running on the Hunter's River .We, on or about the 15th instant. Fares fabin 10s., Steerage 7i. Cd. 1 Prose'» Wharf, August 12.__2J>30 -SEAHORSE" STEAMSHIP. fteam Communication between Sydney Ivan »lemon'» »ana, and Vert FblUip. THE STEAM SHIP SEAHORSE will leave Sydney for Port _._= Phillip, on Satnrday the 17th Stea^erfand return «rom Williams Town Port Phillip), on Saturday the 24th, calling at George Town both going and returning. Further Mormatioa obtained on application to BOYD and CO., 082 Unwin's Buildings. Custom House. TDK HOSAXT TOWT», IHE fine fast sailing first class Schooner WATERLILY, aaasaas»*^ Henry Brown, master, having lupcrior accommodations for passengers, and Bost of her cargo and cabins already engaged, «ill positively sail for the above port in ten days. íor freight or passage, for which early applica- tion is necessary, apply to the master on board, ir t0 A. and S. LYONS. August 9. _1828 Fe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 August 1842

TOT Bast Gosford aud Brisbane Watur. [THE departure of the steamer WILLIAM IV. is postponed to THIS DAY, _(Prtda)) at one in the afternoon. Albion vvliuri, Sussex sirte'. August 19. 2379 OZi&SBIVCa BIVBI. HE SCHOONER HP.SS1\ 70 ton«, will sail for the above 3rs> cn SlNDAY.the 21st instant. Also, to follow in ten days, the RESOLUTION, Fifty tons. For freight or passage, apply to JAMES COOK. August 19._ 2396 ros isa caARQNCB aivss. feCHOONER SALLY. HE above-named schooner will sail for the Clarence River in a _few days. For freight or passage apply to Robert Grimwood, the master, on board, at Mr. Killick'» Wharf; to Mr. William Cole, Argyle-street; orto Mr. John Davies, of the Audit Office. 2J75 For »ort Phillip, ealllnr at Cor nor Inlet, .Iiould any freight offer. HE FINE SCHOONER FALCON, 76 tons, now lying at Kellick's _jaw* Wharf. For freight or passage apply to the Captain, on board, or to 2403 JOHN KELLICK. rpi for »ort jfloholaon Street. THE FINE BARQUE REGIA, Captain...

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The Sydney Morning Herald. FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1[?]42. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." THE NORFOLK ISLANDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 August 1842

THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1842. " Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." THE NORFOLK ISLANDERS. WHAT is to be done to counteract the serious evils which the landing of forty or fifty Norfolk Island expirees on our shores every five or six weeks, must occasion? If the temptation of extraordinary high wages could not keep these men from committing crime, or rather, could not induce them to work for a living, it is not likely that they will work now that wages are materially lowered. If they will not work, they must steal, and as the sum requisite for the support of these men is very considerable, it is a question whether it would not be prudent to pay their passages to England. £25 a man would be sufficient for the purpose, and they are sure to steal more than that amount before they have been in the Colony long. We throw this out as a hint for the serious consideration of the Colonists. While talking of convicts, we cannot help noticing the GOVERNOR'S very funny ide...

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FOUNDING A COLONY. (From a Novel called Hardness; or, the Uncle.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 19 August 1842

FOUNDING A COLONY. (From a Novel called Hardness ; or, the Uncle.) " IN an office, upon an airy terrace over- hanging the Thames, commanding an ngree able view of Westminster and Waterloo bridges, a variety of barges, divers waspish little river steamers, a good deal of mud, some smoke, and the borough of Southwark, was LordDunlara ushered in a few minutes after his interview with the Napoleon of calculation. This was the provisional office of the Borneo and Sumatra Self Supporting Colonization Society-a battery of settlements primed, loaded, and at full cock, ready to go off at a touch ; the great nursery of the globe, where every thing that the most fastidious taste in colonization could require, was kept ready ticketed and supplied as soon as asked for -a town or a forest, a harbour or a meadow, a barbarous tribe or a civilised (though youngish) people. There they were all reposing in semi-vivacity, like an Egyptian egg oven, waiting but the ne- cessary temperature, which, as in ...

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CANDLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 August 1842

CANDLBS. W fes« English... Moulds, per lb.. 0 IHB| Sperm. 0 lip' Wax. . UM 8tearine. . I ij^j American.. Sperm .. . ' H7A Ea»t India Wax . K» *| Colonial ..Sperm. . Sltfp^

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