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GENERAL REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 23 August 1842
OF.NERVL REMARKS. Mondai 1 >th-Modélate and cool westeilv wind till eleven am, then dropped, and northeast breezes «et ni, vecicd 1101th noith east to noithbefoie sunset, blowing very fiesh, atmosphere hazy and damp, and cirions oveispiead i m , and gathered into cirro stratus toward sunset Night cloudy, wind continuing from noith, mo- derate 10th -Light north north westerly ans in the morning, veered noith weit p ji ,moderate, and in the evening dropped to a c lim, vane w eai nig round to north Gloomy ditj, sky ov crenst w ith cirro stratus 17m-Calm dull inurnmjr till ten o clock, clouds then clem ed oil with modem te north noith east lucczes, vcciing noith dilling muldu} iftei two, calm (vane shifting west of noith) md cnio cumuli ovcrspiead zenith till foin o clock, after which carne on to blow ficsh wet noith west lowest, till sunset, sky dealing 1 vening calm and sultry lill eight o cloi.k then a sudden gust passed fiom west south west, calmed n¿nin foi awhile, and iftciward...
METEOROLOGY. COMPILED EXPRESSLY FOR THE "SYDNEY MORNING HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 23 August 1842
METEOROLOGY. COMPILED EXPRESSLY FOR THE " SYDNEY MORNING HERALD." METEOROLOGICAL REPORT, SOUTH HEAD, FROM 15th TO 21st AUGUST, 1842. MOON S AGE. BAROMETER. A1TACUED THERMOMETER. DETACHED THEEMOMETER. !) 10 11 12 13 9 13' past noon 29-86 29-6P 29-57 29-70 29-69 29-86 29-88 29-80 29-60 29-47 29-7C 29-61 29-84 29-82 29-77 29-58 29-46 29-76 29-56 29-S3 29-81 29-78 29-57 29-52 29-77 29-67 29-87 29-80 53 56 G2 63 57 54 52 not o-oi W., N.E., N.N.E., N. ÍN.W. by N., N. by W., N.N.W., N. 1 W., N. N., N.N.E., N. by W.,N.W., W., W.S. W.S.W., S.W., S., S.E., S.E. by S. W.N.W., W., W.S.W., S.W., S. S.W. by S., S., S. by E., S.S.E., S. S.W. to S., S.S.E., S. S.jS.E.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 23 August 1842
ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE. For the Benefit of Mr. KNIGHT, Acting Pi oprietor.-The last Benefit, mia the last Night but one of the Company's pcrfoiming this Season '!! THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1812. The peifoimnnccs will commence v.iib. the Tingedy of KING LEAR. After vhich, Song-"The White Squall," Mr. Griffiths. Dance, Mr. Chambcis. By paiticular desire, and the fust time these two yeais, an Extem- poraneous Soiifr, by Mr. Simmons. New Song, " Charming Woman,"Mrs. Wallace. Now Dance, Mus Jones. lush Jig, Miss E. Jones. To conclude with the Farce of THE MUMMY. Tickets and Boxes to he taken from Mr. Simes, at the Theatie, and Mr, Wright, Vic- toria Hotel. 2.339
MORETON BAY. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 23 August 1842
1 MORETON BAY. (b the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald t Íentlfmfn,-The slate of this district, with ispectto the aborigines, appeals now tohnve rfrivednt such a cubis that the necessity of Erne mc ins being immediately adopted to jpiessouti ige on their part, and min an antrd jtribution on the part of the settlers, is »viona I Although much appeals to be expected lorn a police torce a slight knowledge of Ihe iuntiy they would have to net m, with othci jrcuuistunces which elseuheic impede the &efiiliies= of such a body, make it at once Spnrent how little ought to be anticipated Som their presence | M ithotit entirely losing sight of a con Babul u y force as an useful auxiliary, I fruid beg to suggest, as a means by which an JTcctunl blow might be struck at the root ol le evil, an extended sjstem ol missiouniy ?struction II o pi event crime m the first instance, ought I» ays to bo considered of much gi eater un ¡irtaiice than to put it down through the fear Ípunishment, b...
NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR. (From our various Correspondents.) ILLAWARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 23 August 1842
I *w,n»»iaittniM. j (From our various Correspondents.) ILLAWARRA. Wollongong, the chief town of this mm, is no longer what it was, even two Li. ' the Brighton of New South Wale,, ¿Ä standing ita numerous and unrivailed £ tagcs of position, scenery, tu,d healthfC" is fast dwindling into the s ckly shade of W ' too long deferred, and each day hm2 the silent care-worn aspect of a desert« läge. Nolongerdowe behold the S self-satisfied smile of the store and75 keeper, well pleased with the loree nrofiiA the day ; no longer do we hear ti from), ' ting c.acks of the bullock-driver ."5* he urges on his team, to secure a good ali» upon the bench, already perhaps pretocciH the spirits of Boniface are below p°Ä the Mrs. looks most dolorous at the mon« of herbeerbecomingsotir; andas for Mac,,? best, if not stale, what with Tectotaliimiij no-inoneyism, it is most unprofitable- ill jj are crying out loudly and sadly at líe ¿¿ and unexpected clinnge that has o'erdooJj the sunshine of their former ...
DOMESTIC INTELIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 23 August 1842
»OMBSTio »rraTOioairoa. ° Mi-GTiNos of CasniTons for to dvy-\ third meetingin the estate of Henry Thatcher, at ten o clock , a second meeting m the estate of Charles Musgro\ e, at half past ten, a ihn d meeting m the estate of Charles Macquarie, atele\en a second meeting m the estate of C uoline Jackson, at half past clov en a third meeting m the estate of Caspar Marks, U half-past twelve a fust meeting in the estate of Samuel Braun, at one, a first meeting ni the estate of Roheit Sluubsolc, at half-past one, an adjourned special meeting in the estate of Humphrey M'Keon, at two, anda special meeting in the estate of Taylor Win- ship, at 1 alf pa°t two School of Abts -Mr Slattcne s third lecture on the Life and Writings of Cowper w ill be delivered in the School of Arts thu evening, the ev ening for lectures having been altered from Friday to luesdaj, in conse- quence of the very thin atten lance at the lectures this season The Ouatoiuo -The forthcoming Oiatorio is expected to come o...
MILLET. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 23 August 1842
MILLET. .. , ,ÍÜ »nulli"- ..MÜOTH To the EtUtors êf the Sydney MWlWBm Gentlemen,-Knowing your ««"fllHH lingnoss to communicate uielw w»SBT| to the public through the mtr?!Mm wide-spread and very »'tMMWyflB|ffi am induced once more to trouble ï»J||gK subject of Millet, having «""."¿MB trial, and the tcsult has been "'°"MgB| I planted only one-eighth Prt," JHH with this useful (jrain, in '« K«HB last October, and reaped .bouttilwgnM thus yielding at the ratecfl^JHK acre. But say that on an i«^» yisld eighty or ninety bn^íSMi great return, and at a moderate p* ||B§ sufficiently remunerate the S'°*%JmBÉ But the return in gram "not IW vantage attending the gra*l« ai$m%\ for by growing one or two .cl""!2iSB| farmer would have an >mn^IjjtÄT| green food to bestow uinm nujaj*¡_»» ind pigs, of which they «eJ £SH| whicli f doubt not is »w7»*Ä!^B quantity of sugar contained !" »'¿MR The meal made from nJbl^KBÊ good bread, and is useful form ?'«H| poses, such as pudding* *&i'"j jMM ai...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE GOULBURN GAOL. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 23 August 1842
OKXOZfiTA^. COSSaSPOSBUtlj 11 GOULBURN GAOL. Fm To the Editors of the Sutlney Mormn¡¡li$M, Gentlemen,-In tefcrence to those'^,yj¡| which were made by His lixcellency MjÉgg vernor in the Council Chamber, on 'bUHll inst., respecting certain commuiiit»j|sK which he liad received concerning ''lcllff§^K the New Gaol at Goulburn, and ib'Sgl made the round of nearly all tlic .&lt;!j|i|lj journals to my serious injury, niaylis3i|||l of you as impailial journulists, to 'ol*|¡¡¡|¡ your widely circulated columns ifci«j*ÉH vatiotiä in my own vindication, .'''IffiisË contractor of the building in question. J|S8 There arc ceitaiu individuals in .''"?«SaH ity, who, to serve their oivii ffla''"%ffilu| poses, have, it appears, written scverl"^^H to the Governor, and other gentlc«oç|raB ncctcd with the government, coinp!i»tí|ffl| the inefficient manner in which tiie'»¿'Jip the gaol have been built. ? ,'&lt;^m Those parlies I have every waion »i,,|||| licve are, geneially speaking, exp...
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. ORDERS OF THE DAY. TUESDAY, AUGUST 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 23 August 1842
»SOXSMLVIva 0OVHOI&. ORDERS OF THE DAY'. Totsbay, August 23. 1. Counts of Requests Bill ; second reading. 2. Fines on Drunkenness Appropriation Bill ; second reading. 3. Appropriation Bill ; second reading. NOTICE OF MOTION. Tuesday, At oust 23. _ 1. Mr. James Macarthur : That the Peti- tion of certain Stockholders, and other Inhabitants of the District of Bathurst, and other adjoining District'*, praying for nlter / ation and amendment of thcActtorcBliain the unauthorised occupation of Ci own Lands, and for inquiry into the case^of Mt. William Lee, be taken into consideration, w ith a view to deterime how far it may be expedient and right, to institute the inquiry, and make the amendments prayed for.
THE NATAL SETTLERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 23 August 1842
THE NATAL SETTLERS. In the fourth page of this day's Jleralci will be found a detailed account of the occurrences which took place upon the arrival of the British troops at Port Natal ; and also a very interesting letter from the Settlers to Governor Napier, upon re- ceiving his proclamation declaring his intention to take military possession of the district as a portion of the colony of the Cape of Good Hope. It is deeply to be deplored that men possessing the sen- timent» contained in this letter should be driven to acts of hostility against the country to which they owe allegiance ; but still more deeply is it to be regretted, that the government of a British colony should have been entrusted to men who could have given the Natal settlers the causes of complaint which they so elo- quently set forth in their letter. That th« Conservative Government would have been inclined to give the Natal farmers a fair hearing is, we think, evident, from the circumstance of Sir Benjamin D'Urban...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 23 August 1842
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. &nbsp; &nbsp; FROM the Bay of Islands, yesterday, having left the 6th instant, the schooner Bertha, 94 &nbsp; tons, Captain Souter, with sundries. Passen- &nbsp; gers—three in the steerage. From Moreton Bay, via Newcastle, last evening, having left the former the 15th instant, the steamer Sovereign, 119 tons, Captain Cape, with sundries. Passengers— from Moreton Bay, Mrs. Williams and Mr. Underwood ; from Morpeth, nine in the cabin and fourteen in the steerage.
COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 23 August 1842
COASTERS OUTWARDS. August 22.—Rose, steamer, 172, Pattison, for Morpeth, with sundries; Thomsons, 37, Porter, for Lake Macquarie, in ballast ; Eliza Ann, 52, Gaunson, for Port Albert, with sun- dries ; Sophia Jane, steamer, 156, Wiseman, for Wollongong, with sundries ; Anne, 12, Anderson, for Lake Macquarie, in ballast.
COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 23 August 1842
COASTERS INWARDS. August 22.— Sophia Jane, steamer, 156, Wiseman, from Wollongong, with 60 bags wheat, 47 bags potatoes, 33 bags corn, 10 trusses hay, &c. ; Bee, 12, Toole, from Kiama, with 6000 feet timber, 40 bags corn, 3 casks pork ; Rover, 15, Thompson, from the Hawkesbury, with lime ; Rose, steamer, 172, Pattison, from Morpeth, with 30 bales wool, 10 tons potatoes, 60 trusses hay, &c. ; Fly, 10, Legge, from Wollongong, with 4000 feet timber ; Star, 12, Thompson, from Ulladulla, with 500 bushels wheat ; endeavour, 10, Shakeshalt, from the Hawkesbury, with 2000 shingles, 320 bushels maize, and 600 feet timber.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 23 August 1842
- ..-1-1.- . ' Il ? Il SALES BY AUCTION. - roiurxTnjiB. TO CAIUNRTMAKKBS, GENTLÏMKN FUBNISHINR, AMO OTHRB8. F OSS AND LLOYD will «eil by auction, at their Rooms, Lower George-street, on WEDNESDAY, 24th instant, nt eleven o'clock precisely, Ono Secretary Four Bureaus Five chests of Drawer» Three hair-scated Sofa* One damask seated Rosewood Sofa One Seraphine One Chcdonicr One writing Table One sideboard Pembroke Tabica AFTER WHICH, A number of Paintings and Engraving«, by some of the first masters. Term« at sale. 2521 Berringa. F OS S AND LLOYD will sell by Auction, at their Rooms, Lower George street, on Wednesday, 21th instant, at eleven o'clock precisely, 6J BARRELS HERRINGS. Terms at Sale. 2519 To Orooera, Oeneral Sealer«, ana otberi. F OSS AND LLYOD will Sell by Auction, at their Room«, Lower George-street, on WEDNESDAY, the 24th instant, at Eleven o'clock precisely, Thirty-two caser, each 3 dozen, Cooper's bottled Fruits Ten tierces Tobacco Twe casks Pigs-cheeks Jars Tripe Jars...
LETTERS FROM THE NATAL FARMERS TO GOVERNOR NAPIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 23 August 1842
LEITERS TROM THE NATAL FAR- MERS TO GOVERNOR NAPIER. To His Excellency Major General Sir George Thomas Napier, K.C.I3., Go- vernor and Conimander-in-Chief, &c., &c, &c., of the colony of the Cape of Good Hope. Sir,-»-We, the undersigned, President mid members of the Yolksraad, assembled in Council at this place, have considered it proper to inform your Excellency, that we have received a certain Proclamation, dated 2nd December, 1841, issued by your Excellency, wherein it is declared that it has pleased your Excellency, in pursuance of directions received by you, to resume the military possession of this place, and that we are British subjects, and will not be acknowledged as a free people by her Majesty the Queen of England, &c. And ¡is the friendly négociations which we have commenced with your Excellency, and the propositions made by us, with the view of establishing an everlasting pence and al- liance with the British Government, if we nre only al...
[?] EXTRACTS. THE ENGAGEMENT AT PORT NATAL. (From the Graham's Town Journal. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 23 August 1842
«A»« «rtBAOV«. TOE ENGAGEMENT AT PORT NATAL. (From the Graham's Town Journal. Port Natal, 12th May, 1842.-On the 4th inst, the troops arrived here after a long, tedious, and arduous journey. A montli was occupied in marching from the CJmztmvoobu. They entered the Natnl country without the least opposition. Capt. Smith (thccoinuiauder of the expe- dition) took up a temporary position on the mound, upon which stands the resi- dence of Mr. Dunn, but after due inspec- tion of the ground around, he removed to the flat immediately in front of the town, and distant from it about a mile. The day after this movement a few farmers, about twenty in number, under the com- mand of Pretorious, came to the old Dutch encampment, or Laryaar, on the Connella, about three miles distant from the English camp, and took up their quar- ters there. During the night the number wus somewhat increased, and it continued to increase by dribblets until the 12th when their number might amount to 150 or 200 men. T...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 23 August 1842
ABSTRACT OF SALKS BY AUCTION. We insert, for the information of the Public, an Abstract of all the Public Sales which take olace THIS DAY. Ma. John Smith.-At Ins Rooms, at 11 o'clock. Household Furniture, lim ness, Cows, l'oiter, kc. Mu. Ulaclvivv.-On the Premises of Mr. La ham, Put-street, at 10 o'clock, Stock in-tiadc, Household Furniture Se; athis Rooms, at 11 o'clock, Sheep, Cattle, Hoi ses, and Farming Implements; at 12 o'clock, the schooner lirotheis, Bank Shares, Sheep, Cattle, and Fanning Implements, Lease of Mount Diuitt. and Lauds in the counties of Mm i ay and lloxbuigh. Ma. Samuil Lyons-At his Mart, at 11 o'clock, Wines, Spiiils, Ale, and Portel. Ma. Isvac Simvio.\«.-At Campbell's Whaif, at 11 o'clock, Sin plus Stores, ex Wihnot. Ma. John Johnson.-On the premises of Mr. Chowns, l'jimont, at 11 o'clock, Household Futnittuc. COUNTRY SALES. Ma. Javies Byiines.- On the ground, August 21, the Toongabbee Estate. Ma. A. Do\ns.-At Newcastle, August 30, Horses anil Cattle. Mr. Jo...
VESSELS LAID ON FOR THIS COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 23 August 1842
VESSELS LAID ON FOR THIS COLONY. &nbsp; FROM LONDON DIRECT.—Spartan, 400, Macey, merchandise, April 25. Duke of Manchester, 500, April. St. George, 383, Sughrue, April 26. Giraffe, 264, Moore. Glenswilly, merchandise, May. Kinnear, merchandise, June 3. Eden, 420, Boyce, merchandise, April 30. Tapley, 350, Mallory, merchandise. Sons of Commerce, 431, Williams, April 20. Harlequin, 350, Harrison, &nbsp; &nbsp; merchandise, April 25. Trial, 430, Day, mer- &nbsp; chandise, April 23. Aden, 422, Waddel, mer- chandise, April 16. Morley, 580, Evans, merchandise, April 25. FROM PLYMOUTH.—Theresa, emigrants, had sailed. Brambie, H. M. B , 10 guns. Fly, H. M. S., 18 guns, Blackwood. FROM LIVERPOOL.—Colombian, 276, Wakem, April. FROM SCOTLAND.—Duke of Richmond, mer- chandise, March 11. FROM PORT PHILLIP.—Timbo, Platina. FROM HOBART TOWN.—Isabella Watson. Susan. FROM SOUTH AUSTRALIA.—Guiana, Bow- man. FROM NEW ZEALAND.— Bee, brig, 140, Cheyne. Ariel, Finlay. Harri...