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DIARY. Memoranda next publication. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 August 1842

DIARY. »ïemor Jttda t» noxt publication. Anmut I SUN, I HIOH TIDE. A"s" '_I riaes [ sets. ) mom | even 27 1 saturday I 6 25 | 5 35 I Î l8 ! 1 42 23 j s"ti N n a y | 6 24 | 5 36 1 2 6 | 2 30 Last Quarter, August 29, 53 m. past 1, p. ni.

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To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 August 1842

I To the Editors «f the Sydney Morning Herald, GENrLPMFN,-I beg to draw the attention of the public ind yourselves, ns commercial reportei to your paper, to my letter of the 14th 1 obrnary last, wherein I stated that the consignment, per I a¡l Dm ham, was aii) tlung but unpiofilabii, and that a similar cugo would again be imported by her I had the best possible data to rely on Upon this appearing, Mes» s Campbell, Bell, and Co replied stating that the very contrary vv is til« fact, and th it the 1 arl Durham was bound for 1 ngland with copper otc This vessel has now letuined with the c ugo as predicted by me, and the public w ill now be able to dis- cern between interested merchants and a dis- interested reporter ", JOHN JOHNSON, Broker. Lower George-street, August 26.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 August 1842

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION We insert, for the information of the'Public an Abstract of all the Public Sales which THIS DAY. Mn.Blackman.-Athis Rooms, ot li o'clock, AVindovv Glass, Stationery, Perfumery, Matches, Bedsteads, Sails tor a Boat, Fus- tian, Wearing Apparel, Bottled Fruits, Beef, and Wine. Foss and Lloyd.-At Thorn's Wharf, nt 10 o'clock, Pork. Ma. Stuiiiis.-At his Mart, at 12 o'clock, Hams and Writing Ink. Mu. Price.-At his Rooms, at 10 o'clock, Earthenware. COUNTRY SALES. Mr. A. Dodds.-At Newcastle, August 30, I Horses and Cows, and Land and House at Newcastle. *

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SYDNEY MARKETS.—FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 August 1842

SYDNEY MARKETS.-Fkibav. Wheat. - There have been fifteen loads brought into market dining the week, which brought from (is. Oil. to 7s. per bushel. The arrival ol' the Earl Durham, with 2300 bushels from Valparaiso, has cons'uleiubly damped the desire of speculators to.pinchase. FLoun,-The usual business has been done during the week, and prices remuiu firm, at our present quotations, namely : Hollingshed's. Cash. Credit. Cash. Credit. Fine . . 20s. 2!s. 18s. 19s. Seconds . 15s. His. ? 18s. 17s. Ration. . 13s. 14s. . Hs. 13s. No. 1 Biscuit 26.s No. 2 ditto . 21s. Bran, Is. lOd. to 2s. per bushel. Bkkad.-The bakers have again reduced the price of the two-pound loaf to 4d. This will not however last long, for it is impossible for them to give 20s. per lOOlbs. for flour, and sell at that price. Biian is at present very scarce ; but it U supposed that it will be so only for a few days. Maize.-There is a fair supply of this at present in the market. That which has been brought coastwise ...

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COMMERCIAL I[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 August 1842

o >_c_caxczA- x<r rx._r.w_ir i,.. Our Maikets present no new feature ; upon the whole they have be¿n rather flat. The ar- rival of the Earl Durham, from South America with Wheat and Flour, has caused a depres- sion in these articles ; other shipments are talked of, and a reduction may be expected. Suoah.-This market continues depressed" sales to' the extent of 100 tons have been effected, at£l8 to £20 per ton. The impor- tation, ex Dawson», from Manila, is the finest sample ever seen from that poit,-very similar to the strong Grcnadns so much used by the sugar bakers in England. Tea.-This article has undergone a decline of 10s. per chest, at which rate sales have been made to some extent ; the cause of this decline has not appeared. It is very certain thut the aiticle headed "Tea Importation," which appeared in l\\a Australian of Wednesday last, is entirely erroneous, with the exception of the Australasian' Packet, which may be daily expected. I have before me the Cant...

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SUNDRIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 August 1842

SUNDRIES. Mace.Perpound. . 4i' Nutmegs. 0 1( Cloves . 0 13 Cloth..... Blue Midg., per yard .. Ott Superfine blue. 0 li 0 Ditto coloured. 0 14 1 Blue for contract. 0 I 0 Rope. «... Assorted, per cwt. i 15 0 Manila. Ill » Coir. 1 I . Canvas., ..Bleached, per bolt .... if' Turpentine, in jars, per gallon. 0 40 Paint Oil.. Per gallon. 0 fl White Lead, ground,in kegs, per cwt. 1 1( 0 Black Paint, per cwt. 1 BO Green ....Dittoditto. 1 M Tar.Riga, per barrel . ' ' ?? American...... Olio Coal. Oil » Pitch.Per barrel. 1 0 J Oi!Shooks,whiteoak,forpipes,pertoa 1 0 i For bartels. 0 W J Deal Plank, Norway, per foot. 0 0 0 American............ "00 Gunpowder, Blasting, per lb. " ? ,! Cannister. 0 1 \l Glass. « \ \ Mustard .. Pounds, per dee. 14s. to 0 15 J Half-pounds. 0 \ J Pickle.Quarts, per dor. .» J Pints. . >. J Soap.....Hawes',per ton . 40 0 . Liverpool._18to »4 M ' Colonial. M J J Salt.Liverpool,per ton...... S J ? Rock. *>J ' Basket, per dozen. 0 J J Fruits ....Bottled,perdoz. « » '<...

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To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 August 1842

To the Edit ort of the Sydney Morning Herald. liENTiFMEN,-Observing in this mornings publication of jour joui nal an erroneous report of my application to His Honor Judge Burton, ns regards the permission of the Court to quit the colony, I beg leave to set you right The Judge did not say he could not grant mo relief, but said that my tiustee might want me to prove a debt due to my estate, and so long ns I could be of nnv service to the trustee, in prov nig the debts due to the ctate, he could not dischaigo me, but that I had better exert mjself to get the debt settled for which the trustee was suing, and that when the ti ustee had filed his plan of distribution, then the Couit would giant me permission to leave the colony His Honor asked me if I had got the ¡.ignatuies of my creditors, and 1 told lum thnt there weie obstacles thrown in my wa) which I did not name , but the tru h is, the first person I applied to was the trustee, who positively refused to ign unless I would give bun ...

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METALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 August 1842

METALS. Iron. Assorted, per ton. 9 11 4 ¡Copper ...Sheathing, per lb. Oil Zinc.Rolled, per ton.40 0 1 Lead.Ditto . Noil, Tin Platea. Assorted. 22s. to t 5 4 Shot.Assorted. 1 H

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. SURVEYS OF THE COLONY. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 August 1842

ok.iox__._ oo*B_s_oirs__-a_. SURVEYS OF THE COLONY. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. Glntiemin, - Some observations having been made during a lite debate in the Ltgis Intive Council, lelative to au eiroi that has recently been discoveicd in the chart of the coast, which, without explanation, would tend to throw a slur upop the labouis of tnose officers vv o luv e been employ ed on the coast survevsof this Continent, as one of them, and the fticnd of nil who have been so cm ployed, I request you will give me an oppor- tunity of making a few observations relitivc thereto, in older to shew that no blame ought to be laid at the door of those "numeious suivcys for the error in question, and to sitisfy the honorable inembci who mooted the subject that the erroi complained of bus not been made by theSuivevoi-ficueinl » deput ment, but on the contiarj, that Sir lliomas Mitchell s imp is coiiect It is not my object to defend Su Thomas Mitchell s map from the lllibeialobscivalions...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 August 1842

? X 9 o m T ?? Wool .... Choice flocks, per lh. .. . ] Q Good ordinary. Q jfa Broken. of! In grease..... 0 9 a Oil.Sperm, per ton.,v fl , Hides ....Salted, per lb ...;.." -, o Cedar ....Geod quality, perfoot.. jj H # Treenails.. Per S. M. o 17 ° Horns ....Per 123. ," Tip».Perm.-^" "".-T nhtJedaVä>ÄVir^M/^S«S John Paiepax, ««*« ^¿f"C «W Zoa*r Geori/e-itreef, SydH'K?¿T ' '/'«/(.*, Saturday, Augnst 27, '»"

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DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 August 1842

I --- 1 T» IT T I H 8. Brandy. 12 O Gin. 12 0 B.P.Rum.... 9 0 Enelish ditto.. 9 0 Foreign Rum. Tobacco. Snuff. Cordial.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 August 1842

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. &amp;nbsp; ARRIVALS. From Port Phillip, yesterday, having left the 18th instant, the barque Platina, 303 tons, Captain Wycherley, in ballast. Passengers— Mrs. Dole and two children, Messrs. Ebden, Carrington, Home, Rumbold, Smith, Snod- grass, Lockhart, and Hobson ; steerage, Mrs. Hyat, and Mr. Conolly. From Manakou, New Zealand, having left the 14th instant, the three masted schooner Osprey, 146 tons, Captain Sedgwick, in bal- last. Passengers—Mr. Blackett ; steerage, Messrs. Frost, Hellier, and Brown.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 August 1842

DEPARTURES. &amp;nbsp; For the Bay of Islands and Auckland, New Zealand, yesterday, the barque Medusa, Capt. Purdie, with part of original cargo. Pas- sengers—Rev. Mr. Butt, Mrs. Butt, and Mr. Hargreaves. For Auckland New Zealand, the same day. the schooner Shamrock, Daldy, with sundries, Passengers in the steerage—Mr. and Mrs. Crampton, and three children ; Mr. and Mrs. Rerdon, Miss Richardson, Mr. Hughes, and Mr. Young. For Port Phillip, the same day, the brig Lord Saumarez, Captain McLean, with sun- dries. Passengers—Mr. and Mrs. Brydon and child, Dr. McLean, Messrs. Annaud, Leadbeater, and King ; steerage, Mr. and Mrs. Langmuir and two children, Messrs. &amp;nbsp; Seeke and Lines. For Hobart Town, same day, the schooner Waterlily, Captain Brown, with sundries. &amp;nbsp; Passengers—Mrs. Carr, and. Mr, Campbell ; steerage, Mrs. Carter and six children, Mr. Watkins, Mr. Price, six prisoners of the crown, and a military guard of five soldiers. The Platina has only put i...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, AUGUST 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 August 1842

MQxs&amp;Avxva coime». Fiuday, August 2G. 1'nrsFNT -the Governor, the Chief Tustice, i the Commander of the i orces, the Col mini Secretary the Attoincj General, the Col lectoi of Customs, the Auditoi-General, Mi Campbell, Mi Benv, Mr Tones Mr Blax- land, Mi II Macai ihur, Sir J Jamison, and Mi James Macarthur IMMIGRATION The Colon!ai Sechfiauy said, that he had recen ed a note nom the Bishop stating, that His Lordship would he prevented from attending in Council this daj, and re questing lum to present the repoit of the Immigration Committee, of which, the Night Rev Pielato vis chaumaii, and which he had intended to pi osent yes- terday if theie hid been a meeting of (lie Council Ile, the Colonial Seci et irj, there- fore begged leave to present the îeport, and ho would move that it be punted, together with the appendix and other documents, leaving it to some other honorable member, onepiobabl) not ol the Committee, to mo\e for a da) on which it should be taken into considerati...

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INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 August 1842

INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. &amp;nbsp; Friday. &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; Before the Chief Commissioned.. PROOF OF CLAIMS. In the estate of John Barrett, a single meeting : John Robertson, £54 10s. 9d. Lewis Leon, £27 15s. 6d. ¡ J. P. Perry tin'. James Dolgarno, £5 12s. 2d. ' ' In the estate of William Yates, a first meet. ing : William Perry, £7 8s. ; William Walker £22 Us. 3d. ' In the estate of Thomas Robinson, a (hi meeting: Thomas Hillson, £35; Mri, E Thompson, £3 15s Cd. In the estate of Joseph Kenyon, a single meeting: Thomas W. Smart, £543 12s. ; John Horsley, £340; Thomas Brodie £88 18s. ; Chambers and Thurlow, £13 1s. 9d.   In the estate of Peter Ryan, a single meet! ing : E. D. O'Reilly, £52 11«. 2d. In the estate of Putrick Grant, a first meet. ing: John Stewart, £50 Us. 7d.; Pntrick Kelly, £2ß fis. 5d. ; T. II. B. Venour, ¿IO Isaac and Venour, £1 t Us. 9d. ; Joseph W||1 Hams, £28 13s. ; Achilles Moran, £25 5s,. Samuel Dixon, £2 Us. Cd. ; Charles Wetherell' £10 Its.-I...

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EXAMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 August 1842

I EXAMINATIONS. B In the insolvency of John Butler Hewson: I This insolvent was examined on Friday, I August 5, by Mr. Michie, for the ere- f ditors, as follows:-I was a publican; the Í' license expired last licensing day; I car- | ried on business at the Wollombi; I ¡i made an application to get my license re- f newed ; a mun named Court took the horns | mid applied for the license ; the business was I turned over to bim by Mayo. On the 2Jrd § or 2Mi June, I came to Sydney from the § Wollombi ; I went to Mr. Want to see about I an endorsement of mine, for which there was | an execution in my lioiue ; I seuue«trnted at | that time ; I understood that there iras an I execution on Mayo and one for nie; I te- > qucstrated to prevent my things from being i sold on account of the endorsement ; «lien I f, left the Wollombi I had about ¿'37 or £38. ¡j I do not recollect telling any one that Mrs, { Hewson had placed £7i)0 in one of the Syd- I; ney Banks ; I have not been in the habit of ...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS OCCUPATION OF PORT NATAL BY THE BOERS. HOUSE OF COMMONS, APRIL 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 August 1842

\ -_K__Mh'_>XT*AC*»- " | OCCUPATION OF PORT NATAL BY THE BOERS. Housn of Commons, April 26. Colonel Fox then rose to move for copies or cxtrncts from any recent official informa- tion received by Her Majesty's Government from the Cnpe of Good Hope, respecting the present relations of the colony vitlt the independent boers who established themselves at Port Natal, together with any information as to the treatment of the natives of South Africa by the said boers ; also any instructions that may havo been sent to the Governor of the Cape of Good Hope on these subjects by Her Majesty's Government. The bon. and gallant mem- ber said, that in moving for these papers, it would not bo necessary for him to make any lengthened statement. Many bon. members were, no doubt, aware, that after the termination of the Carter war in I d36 great numbers of the Dutch boers, occu- pying farms in our colony at the Cape of Good Hope, seceded from our Government, in consequence, as they alleged, of thei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 August 1842

TH «ri roa laoasTOT«- sa?. E SHAMROCK «rill leave Sydney for Bril. Miane Town, on Wednesday Nth ISeptember. at 5 o'Clcck, P.M , colling at Newcaitle, Port Macquarie, and if sufficient inducement offers, to Port Stephens. Fauxs to MoniTjN Bay : £ ?. d. Fin« Cabin.8 0 0 Seem! ditto. 6 0 0 Steerage.4 0 0 F.MlKI TO NsWCASTLK: - CMu.0 10 0 For Cabía.0 7 6 Farr« to Port Macquabik : Cabin.0 15 0 Fore Cabin. 0 10 0 No goods can be received for shipment after Tuesday, the 13th instant, and paisengers are requested to I cure their berths by "Twelve o'clock, on the stme day, in order that their clearances may be taken out «t the Water Police. FRANCIS CLARKE, Manager. August? 7, k813 For Jervl» Bay, ulladulla, and Broulee andlf aufflolent tnauoement effara, for Barr amague, THE FINE CUTTER STAR, ^^_^ will sail for the above places on t^g^êSan Moi.d«y next. For freight or passage, apply to the Master on board, Union Wharf, Sussex-street, or to E. M. STOREY. August 21. 2793 For Mclbsnmo, Voit Ybl...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 August 1842

BIRTH. On the 23rd instant, Mrs. George N. Rus- sell, Castlereagh street South, of a son. MARRIED, &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; By Special License, on the 25th instant, at St. James's Church, by the Rev. Mr. Walsh, Mr. Thomas Must, to Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. Z. T. Wilcox, of Pitt-street, Sydney. DEATH. At his residence, near Patrick's Plains, on the 25th ult., J. Long, Esq., aged 28 years.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 27 August 1842

NORTH AWD SOUTH AIWBÄtOAW oorrsa house. MR.SAMUELDAVIEB.eldersonofthelate James Davies, deceased, and administrator to his estai«, bega most respectfully to inform the members of the Subscription Room, from whom his late father received so many nets of Ruppoit and kindness during his life-timr, thnt he has determined to curry on the business of the Subscription Room in all Its departments, as it has existed during the last sixteen years, as well as of the tavern and hotel; :md lie trusts, with numerous improvements, now in progress of fulfilment, with regard to the quantity, quality, and priority of information from every quarter of the world. To accomplish these objects no pains or expense will be spared ; and Mr. Samuel Davies hopes, in consequence, that he will receive from the members of the Subscription Room some portion, at least, of that support which enabled his "father to render it the centre of political and commercial intelligence. Arrangements are in progress, and will s...

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