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

COASTERS OUTWARDS. August 18.—Sophia Jane, steamer, 156, Wiseman, for Wollongong, with sundries ; Favourite, 47, Angus, for the McLeay, with sundries ; Rose, steamer, 172, Pattison, for Morpeth, with sundries ; William the Fourth, steamer, 56, Sullivan, for East Gosford, with sundries; Vixen, 46, Gillies, for the McLeay, with sundries ; Martha, 121, Wells, for New- castle, in ballast; Susan, 20, Twibble, for the Hawkesbury, with sundries; Aeme, 18, for Broken Bay, in ballast ; Harriett, 43, Richards, for Newcastle, in ballast. August 19.—John, 37, Steel, for Newcastle, in ballast : George, 35, Damon, for New- castle, in ballast ; Currency Lass, 14, Noon, for Brisbane Water, in ballast ; John and Charlotte, 93, Collins, for Newcastle, in bal- last ; Northumberland, 17, Dennis, for Botany and Port Aiken, with sundries. THE " HONDURAS."—This vessel will posi- tively sail for London on the 25th instant. THE "TEiRROR."—It is found, upon ex- amining this vessel, that the leak is under the...

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The Sydney Morning Herald. SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." COOLIE IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 August 1842

©ht âytoiirg fttonu'iig ftyrrAUr. SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1842. -m " Sworn lo no Master, \of no Sect am I." COOLIE IMMIGRATION". We believe there is but one opinion among the colonisti of New South Wales as to the desirableness of supplyini; their de- mands for labour by means of immigration from the British Isles, rather than from nny other country in the world. They would naturally wish to see the land of their adoption peopled by the descendants of their Anglo-Saxon stock, that in lan- guage, in religion, and in blood, the popu- lation might constitute one national brother- hood. But to the gratification of this wish, both the British and Colonial Go- vernments, unwittingly no doubt, have opposed the most formidable obstacles. The recent Parliamentary enactment will, in the opinion of the colonists, lay an effectual embargo up<m emigration from the ports of our father-land. With a cruel reiteration of blows, it first cuts our Immigration Fund in two, aud then strikes at i...

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[?]LATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, AUGUST 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 August 1842

»?.u&ATiva oovwoz*. I Friday, August 19. Present-The Governor, the Bishop, the Colonial Secretary, the Attorney-General, the Collector of Customs, the Auditor-Gene- ra),; Mr. Berry, Mr. Jones, Mr. Blaxland, Mt. H. Macarthur, and Mr. J. Macarthur. . The order of the day was moved by the Colouiid.Stcrctary.

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

SALES BY AUCTION. oooraa'S aotsus rattrxTa. MR. BLACKMAN will sell by auction, ajt his Rooms, George-street, adjoining the Bank of New South Wales. THIS DAY, the 20th instant, at eleven o'clock precisely, Twenty cases Cooper's Bottled Fruits, [three dozen each, consisting o( Cherrie« Damson« Currants Gooiberrie« Ç Raspberries. Terms at «ale 2388 X>oar Bagar, Baribenware, années, »re- served Menu. Preserved Vegetables» Olass, lemon Syrup, Bice, ana Carry X*owder. MR. BLACKMAN will sell by auction, at his Room«, George-street, adjoining the Bank of New South Wales, THIS DAY, the 20th instant, at eleven o'clock precisely, One case Loaf Sugar, about six cwt. Pint Sauces assorted Half-pint ditto Preserved Meats, two lb. tins assorted Green Peas Lemon Myrup in pints Ditto ditto ditto Rice Curry Powder ALSO, Wine Glasses Tumblers Dishes, &c, &c. TERMS-CASH. 2389 OIOAB4B. MR. BLACKMAN .will sell by auction, at hit Rooms, George-street, adjoining the Bank of New South Wale...

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[?] PARLIAMENTARY DIGEST. HOUSE OF COMMONS. Thursday March 3. BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 August 1842

.*, fis» ia .«ufvi Vi' t - a y ' í f.J j* "g ,, '; *rr'xlWfimii«âxt»r»AO»a.' 1"' '' JPAKHAMENTABY DIGEST. ,\ in? . '?< * *" HOUSE OP COMMONS. , Thursday March 3. s*< BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE. Lord Eliot, in reply to Dr. Bowring, respecting the Irish population returns, said, the whole work would be finished by the 1st of July, His Lordship also said, in answer to Colonel Conolly, that the bill ' for the regulation of the Irish charities, ,would; he hoped, be laid on the table of the house very shortly Mr. Rennie asked whether it was the intention of Her Majesty's government, in ^'regulating the supply of corn, to establish some means of ascertaining correctly, oras near as possible, the number of acres sown >_ annually in the United Kingdom, spe )-cifying the different kinds of grain, and also the quantity of produce thereof, so as to be able to estimate, when the system is in operation, whether, with a fair average crop, there was a sufficient quantity sown to...

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

oiABixoi ax va a. THE BESSY, 70 toni, clears at the Customs this day, and sails to-morrow at day- light. Also to follow, The RESOLUTION, SO tons, to sail in ten days. Far freight, at reduced rates, apply to JAMES COOK. Union Wharf, August 20. 2133 roa na osuinob axvaa, II E fine fast sailing schooner HOPE, will leave this wharf for the above Port on Wednesday next. For freight or pass«¿e, apply to W. II. Sawyer, or to H. M. STOREY. Union Wharf, August 20. 2444 iroTxaa. Äi LL Claims against the barque J\ Onyr, must be lodged with the undersigned before twelve o'clock ort Monday, the 22nd last. RAMSAY, YOUNO, & CO., Agents. Hunter-street, August 19. Ul% FOR SALB, at the Hores of the Undersigned : Soxrs-Old brown fancy and white Windsor, t>ate and yellow Brush ia-Hair, cloth, comb, tooth, painters' and plasterers' - Wines-Ports, Sherries,and Mad'iras, in three dozen, Champagne in one duzon cans Brandy-Superior Cognac ia one dozen casts, (in Bond) Tools-Plumbers', painter»', ...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 August 1842

»omaxxc xwrax,x.ioavoa. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. | i sir only claim proved before the Commis- sioner, yesterday, was agaiiut the estate of George Glanville, by John Hosking, for £1* 4s. Ud. New Insolvent.-Richard Boyle Soane, late of Parramatta, now of Castlcrcagh-strcet, Sydney, druggist, filed his schedule yesterday. Meetings for to-pav.-Special meetings in the estates of Thomas Hawkins, at ten o'clock ; John Lasham, at eleven ; Edward Welsh, at half-past eleven ; Thomas A. John- stone, at twelve ; John Neilson, from half past twelvo till half-past two; Duke and Turner, at half-past two. Insubordination.-George Sellers, a" sea- man belonging to the Eden, was sentenced yesterday at the Water Police Police by Captain Browne, to one month's hard labour tor his unruly conduct on board that vessel. L\noun.-We have much pleasure in an- nouncing that a preliminary meeting of gentle- men, interested in the great question ot Immi- gration, will be held at the Royal Exchange Rooms, Macquarie...

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SYDNEY MARKETS.—FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 August 1842

SYDNEY MARKETS.-Friday. Wheal-This market has been without any I supplies from the country during the week. I Flour.-In this market, business to a con- I aiderable extent has been done, and at the mills several purchases have been made fur exportation. The whole of the sound stock in the market is now held by the millers, and a rise in the price i« therefore anticipated. Prostnt quotations, viz. : Credit. Cash. Fine flour . .21s. . 20s. Seeolid ditto . 10". .. 15s. Ration ditto . 14». .. 13s. Brun . . 2s. .. Is. lOd. bshl. No. 1 Biscuit, 26«. per cwt. / No. 2 ditto, 21?. per cwt. Bre*»-The 2lb. loaf of the best quality still sells for 5d. M uze of a very inferior description is plen- tiful, for which the settlers are receiving from 3i. 5d. to 3s. 9d. per bushel, samples of a superior quality are realising 4s. per bushel, the retail prices are from 4s. to 4s. öd. per bushel. BtRi.EY.-There appears to be an abundant supply of this article at present in the market, the wholesale prices...

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

ooMfcaaoiAx, xa-Tauxmnrea, The transactions since last week continue upon a very limited scale, and chiefly to sup- ply immediate wants ; but in prices no altera- tion can be made in any article excepting Sugar, which has declined. Flour.-There has been some little stir in this market ;° considerable quantities are shipping to various ports ; the stock now in first hands is very much reduced, and an improvement in price may shortly be expect- ed. In wheat there is nothing to report. Provisions-Pork.-The demand is dull, but lower prices arc not accepted ; at a pub- lic sale, 30 barrels Irish, not in very good condition, fetched 85s., while privately, £0 barrels Irish, and 50 Hamburgh, taken in one lot, realised 90s. The stock is getting small. Beef.-This article, from the small demand that has existed for some time past, is found, upon inspection, to be more or less unsound, and will find its way to the hammer ; a small lot, in prime condition, realised £7 7s. per tierce. Hams.-A lot...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 August 1842

DEATH. On the 12th inst., at her father's residence,   Sussex-street South, Jannet Orr, third daughter of William Orr, Engineer.  

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FINES ON DRUNKARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 20 August 1842

FINES ON DRUNKARDS     The Governor said, he would now present the Bill to which he had alluded yesterday, (Thursday), the object of which was to remove certain doubts which existed as to the disposal of fines levied on persons convicted of drunken- ness. The Bill, which he would now present, went to declare that such fines, when they did not exceed 5s.should go altogether to the Beno volent Asylum ; and when they did exceed 5s. that a portion should go to the informer and another portion to the Benevolent Asylum; the portion of the latter never to be less than one-half of the fine, and the portion to go to the informer to be left to the discretion of the magistrates. He did not imagine that the measure would meet with any opposition and as it was a short Bill, it would occupy but little time. He would therefore propose that it be read a first time now. The Bill was accordingly read a first time, and ordered to be printed and read a second time on Tuesday n...

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

.SEAHORSE" STEAM SHIP, sim Oonttnunicatlan between Sydney i DUmen's land, and »ort Phillip. THE STEAM SHIP SEAHORSE will leave Sydney for Pott _____Phillip, on Satnrday the 17th eniber,~ánd return Iron» Williams Town ; Phillip), on Saturday the 24th, calling at 5e Town both going and returning. Further nation obtained on application to BOYD and CO., Unwin*! Building!, C'mtom Home. THI UA1WC1 Bxvax, 8CHOONER SALLY. THE above-named ichooner will tail for the Clarence River in a _ few dayl. For freight or paaaage "to Robert Grimwood, the ma"<>r. on , at Mr. Kelhek'i Wharf ; to Mr. ..nimm Argyle-itreet; or to Mr. John Davies, of jfAudit Office._2175 FOB BOBA»* tOWB, -- rp HE fine fast sailing first class X Schooner WATERLILY, _Henry Brown, master, having ErTor accommodations for passenger!, and t oi her cargo and cabins already engaged, Ípositively sail for the above port in ten da) s (freight or passage, for which early applica- nts necessary, apply to the master on board...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 August 1842

¡I n COUNTRY SALES. | fR. ui.ickman.-At Mount Pleasant, near ¿Penrith, August 29, Stock, Growing Crops, «Farming Implements, Stores, &c. In. J. BviiNEs.-Upon the Land August 25, Ellie Toougabbcc Estate, in Allotments. In. Liscombe.-At Artli¡ir'_s Inn, Bafhiirsr, I Septemberif, Allotments'in the Xovvnshiil |Sn(roiightdn.T "''' ' r' " ' , t'ii',1; White.-A,t Mr. J. Wood's, Bay rt/or«'''i'.ii,' Castlereagh, district of Evan, (Steers, Marcs, Pilliea, &o. lu Siinurr.-On the premises, at Gulla gulagniig, ncari Goulburn, August 23, Household Furniture, &c.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 August 1842

MARRIED.   At Belgaum, on the 15th February last, Captain Faunce, of the 4th (or Queen's Own) Regiment, to Augusta Sophia, eldest daughter of Major-General De La Motte, command- ing at that station.

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DIARY. Memoranda for This Day [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 August 1842

DIARY. Memoranda for TM» Bay ( August. SUN, | mon tide. rises | sets. | morn | even 22 | » o N u a y | 6 30 | 5 30 | 0 16 I 0 42 Last ({»utter, August 2», 53 ¡a. past 1, alter, I

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SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 August 1842

lal SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. I ick on hand, 13th instant.-B. P. rum» 13 gallons; brandy, 231,201 gallons; 00,012 gallons; other spirits, 73,147 gal ; fig and Cavendish tobacco, 073,017 ds; Brazil ditto, 61,821 pounds; leaf , 11,180 pounds; cigars, 89,071 pounds ; ; 12,033 pounds, ceived during the week.-B. P. rum, Mandy, 1,1 CO gallons; gin, nil ; other s, nil ; fig and Cavendish tobacco, 5,591 ds ; Brazil ditto, nil ; leaf ditto, nil ; s, nil ; snuff, nil. liveiod for home consumption.-B. P. 1,713 gallons; brandy, 1,302 gallons; 319 gallons; other spirits, 117 gallons; ntl Cavendish tobacco, 7,'¡19 pounds; ii ditto, nil ; leaf ditto, nil ; cigars, 725 ds ; snuff, nil. ilivered for exportation.-B. P. rum, ; gallons ; brandy, 47 gallons; gin, 519 ns; other spirits, 109 gallons; fig and ndisli tobacco, 4,770 pounds; Brazil ¡nil; leaf ditto, nil; cigars, 299 pounds ; Î^ïtock on hand, 20th instant.-B. P. rum, tfK¿9S gallons; brandy, 234,018 gallons; gin, fMOl gallon; other spirits, 72,921 g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 August 1842

ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE. Greatest combination of novelty and attrac- tion ever presented * to the Australian public ; and Last Night of the Season but two. Mn. KNOWLES with much pleasure begs to informlii« friends.and the gentry of Sydney, together with the public generally, that his Benefit will take place on MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 22, 1842, (being the last Night but two of the Season,) on which occasion a variety of such Novelties and attractive Performances will be presented to their notice, as cannot fail of ensuring that patronage and support with which ho has always been by them so signally honoured. The performances will consist of a Nautical Drama, performed lately at the London Theatre for the unexampled and uninter- rupted period of Three Hundred Nights; and in the course of which will be presented a Combination of Theatrical Illusion and novel stage effects (including the Sinking of un immense Ship,) such as have seldom or never been offered to_ the patrons of the Theatre....

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EXPORTS. [?] cleared out from the 13th to the 20th instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 August 1842

i EXPORTS. ^Hfr/« cleared out from the 13/A to the 20lh ?K* instant, inclusive. I;ust li. -EDEN, 522 tons, Jones, r, for Bombay, in ballast, just 13- HANNAH, 00 tons, Bell, r, for Port Nicholson ; 20 head horned , 1 horse, 25 enses oranges, 1 bale rugs, s cheese, 0 chests cottons, 3 cases lamp l8 bags coffee, rnst 16.-JANE GOUD1E, 231 tons, io, master, for Port Nicholson ; 40 boxes 4 bales woollens, 2 cases 1 trunk 3 es lentber, 4 case's loaf sugar, 57 firkins -, 20 kegs butter, I piano, 1 bale gunny 1 cedar chest, 8 boxes candles, 42!) bags , 11 chests 30 catties 11 chests, 8 half i JO boxes ten, 1 barrel four packages i, 1 keg lamp glasses, 4 puncheons rum, :sheads brandy, 5 hogsheads ten casks hogsheads ten casks porter, 23 cases 1 cheese, l8 barrels pork, 30 barrels , 21 boxes merchandise, 1 case boots, 10 Is 14 tierces beef, 62 boards cedar, 1 ead ham«!, 4 bags pepper, 1 casa curry »r, 1 puncheon shoes, 2 casks oranges, les 4 cases blankets, 3 kegs biscuit, 1 laints, 1 packet p...

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SYDNEY [?] SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1842. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 August 1842

¥****$? TJfSÄir***" W»*'»** SATUttDAY, Auoust 20, 1842. 1 IMPORTS. . . I Reports from the lath to the20th ¡ntl. intmtt. August 15.-ISABELLA ANNA, «¡hw August IC-REGIA, barque,. 180 lou} Kyle, master, fruin Capiti, New ZmMi J: Jones, "agent, ;' 80 tims, black oil, IM teal skins, 2 tuas potatoes, 1 ovvt. wh»IeW«l J. Jones. August 17.-SHAMROCK, schoowr, M ton», Datdr, master, from PortKusiell,««, Zealand, J. B. Metcalfe, agent; 1«»«'«* I bale twine, 270 bushels matee, W.CDiWf. 1 case ciders, J. B. Metcalfe; 3 and ana««« ctfsW wifie; ¡thompsem and t,'o.; |i Wjrl T. Scott; 115 kegs nails,' 22 sans und lew saws, 20 dozen shovels, 1 case neeolei,* and S. Lyons ; 550 kits flax, 3 keg» pre«"* K. Samuels ; 5 casks 1 bag potatoes »» Moore; I cask axes, J. Phillipa j s pa« ware, 2 cans yarnish, (i anvils, îcuk«»* sIiqcs, 2 bogs nails ; pi'dcr August I8.-CLAUIÎNCE, WtfWg} Cole, master, from South Sea Fishery, WJ agent; 300 barrels sperm oil, British cMJ»i and 1 tun sperm oil, Foreign; order.. Au...

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SPERGULA ARVENSIS. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 22 August 1842

SPERGULA ARVUNSIS. ] To the Editors of the Sydney Morning ltira , Gentlemen.-Since 1 wrote yon a few to' ngo respecting the Corn Spurrey, I bl« had another proof of its being likely to nataj ralise itself in the colony. In a botanic« excursión S»itíí Dr. Leighart,' on Set« we found it in a number 'of places about W ,. .stone quarry behind the No* Gaol. W specimens, indeed, from growing in K}f«?l ground, were not so green and luMirisjit" [hose in the Government garden, wlieredfjij patulles ntc'iiRw growing ; '''bill ,M»ey w« strong, healthy, and fiill of saed. Hopui that tins communication may not he coir sldered obtrusive, if it ultimately lead to »J advantages to the colony. I am, Gentlemen.se. 'I JAMES RENNIE. I

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