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

SPECIAL NOTICE. THli Subscribers to this Paper, and the Public generally, arc respectfully informed, that in future tlu> following Rules will be strictly adhered to : In Sydney.-No new Subscribers -will be received without one quarter being paid in advance, for winch ten per cent, will he allowed ; the sub- scription in ad raneo being 13s. 6d. per quarter. Iv the Country.-No new Sub- scribers will be received without ^Iialf-a-year being pnid in advance, for which ten per cent, will be al- lowed ; the subscription in advance being £1 11s. 6d. per half year ;f and the Proprietors must be furnished at the time with a written under- taking that all future payments, both for subscription and chartes of advertisements, shall be made in Sydney, or by the hands of an Agent. In all cases, whether in Town or Country, the names of persons will be struck off the subscription list, when the arrears against them have stood over twelve mouths, and pro- ceedings for recovering the amount due wil...

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SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 August 1842

t SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. Stock on hand, 20th instant.-a. i*. rum, 108,598 gallons; brandy, 231,018 gallons; gin, ÄtViOl gallon; other spirits, 72,921 gallons; fig and Cavendish tobacco, 666,222 pounds ; Brazil ditto, 64,824 pounds ; leaf ditto, 11,189 pounds; cigars, 8S,647 pounds ; snuff', 12,633 pounds. Received during the week.-B. P. rum, nil; brandy, 25gallons; gin, .1002 gallons ; other ¿pirita, nil : fig mid Cavendish tubacco, 3,l61 Hounds; Brazil ditto, nil; leaf ditto, nil ; cigar«, nil ; snuff, nil. Delivered for home consumption.-B. P. rum, 1,430 gnllons ; brandy, I,'47 gallons ; gin, -133 gallons; other spirits, 51- gallons; fig and Cavendish tobacco, 6,681 pounds; Brazil ditto, nil; leaf ditto, nil ; cigars, 746 pounds; snufïïnil. Delivered for exportation.-B. P. rum, 86 gallons; brandy, G03 gallons; gin, 135 gallons; other spirits, 1975 gallons; fig and Cavendish tobacco, ' 9,323 pounds; Brazil ditto, nil ; leaf ditto, nil ; cigars, 832 pounds ; snuff, nil. Stock on hand,...

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 August 1842

PROJECTED DEPARTURES. London-HONDURAS,292tons, H. Moore, Agent, August 30. London-JUPITER, 221 tons, J. B. Met- calfe, Agent," August 30. New Zealand-JULIA, 192 tons, J. B. Met- calfe, Agent, August 29. . Pott Phillip-THOMAS LORD, SO tons, Campbell and Co , Agents, August 29. Port Phillip-CHRISTINA, 120 tons, A. B. Smith and Co., Agents, September 4. Port Phillip-SEAHORSE, Steamer, Boyd and Co., Agents, September 17. Launceston-WILhIAM, 119 tonn, J. Thom, Agent, September 2,

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VESSELS ENTERED OUTWARDS SINCE LAST PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 August 1842

VESSELS ENTEREDOUTWARDSSINCE LAST PUBLICATION. August 10-SANSPAREII.I.E, 173 tons, Donaldson, Dawes and Co., Agents ; for New August 20-W1LLIAM FULCHER. 216 ton's, F. Mitchell, or J. B. Metcalfe, Agonis ; for London. " ' . . August 20-FORTFIELD, 2S5 tons,1 Betts and Panton, Agents; for Singapore. August 25-PORTENIA, 240 tons, J. H. Grose, Agent; for Hobart Town.

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EXPORTS. Vessels cleared out from the 20th to the 27th instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 August 1842

EXPORTS. ressels cleared out from the 20lh lo the 27th instant, inclusive. August 20.-MARIAN WATSON, 146 tons,'finley, master, for Hobart Town ; 333 bags sugar, 111 coils Manila rope, 2 casks 3 cases fruit, 1 box plants, 4 bales clothing, 7 casks 3 cases oranges, 346 bags maize, 120 cheeses, S bags dates, 1 case confectionary, 3 casks 1 basket 1 case drugs, 1 bale 39 bags bags, 1 case hardware, 30 casks beef, 8 case merchandise. August 20.-CAERNARVON, 222 tons, Irving, master, for South Sea Fishery; whaling August 20.-FORTFIELD, 285 tons, Bow- man, master, fot Guam ; 254- barrels biscuit, 200 barrels flour, 160 tons coals, 20 head cattle, 5 horses, CO sheep, lo tons hay, 25 tons sandul-wood. August 20.-ARABIAN, 278 tons, Collins, master, for South Sea Fishery; whaling August 23.-ARACIINE, 320 tons, Pearce, master, for Port Nicholson via Newcastle ; 1 pipe 3 hogsheads brandy, 34- cases 19 casks bottled beer, 521 ban l8 bundles iron, IliO head cattle. August 25.-JULTA, Milne, master, ...

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SYDNEY [?] TRADE LIST. SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1[?]42. IMPORTS. Reports from the 20th to the 27th inst. inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 August 1842

|É*«Mr«T OalVaMA.1. i*Áu« &t&4. i SATURDAY, AUOUST iî, 1141. IMPORTS. Reports from the 20/A lo the 27th insl. inclusive. AiioubT 22. -DAWSON, brig, 227 tons. Price, master, from Manila, A. li Smith mia Co., agents; '12 packages 247 boxes tea, A. 15. Smith and Co., 119 chests ten, W. Walker and Co. ; til packages 1 box tea, S000 cigars, II. K. 1'iicc; 253!) mats sugar, ¡JIG bugs rice, 1 IS coils rope. Order, August22.-JANE CHRISTIE, barque, 2-31 tons, Wemyss, master, fiom Leith, vin Port Phillip, Cumpbcll, Hill, and Co., agents ; lease books, ltcv. J, Edwardslonc ; 1 case prints, P. Hill ; 1 case a piano, M.ijor John- stone; 10 boxes gigs, 12 boxes mangles, 14 boxes haberdashery, 22 packages furniture, 3 cases hardware, O' iron grates, (j gigs, 7 casks ironware, 100 pots, 3G ovciibiind covers, l8 pieces iron, 2 trunks millinery, 8 boxes pipes, 2 packages stationery, 2 boxes apparel, 1Ü0 bartels gunpowder, Ö bales thread, 1 box egg cups, 1 bale canvas, 300 casks herrin...

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To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 August 1842

I To th" EditorsoflheSydney Morning Herald. \ iv»t..Mi.».MLî..-a any ot your correspondents woula beso good asto point out a remedy tor ho scab in orange and other trees, they would be conferring a great obligation on. bentlemen, n " A CONSTANT READER Orwge Grove, Aufiuit 19, *««""'* -1

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To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 August 1842

I To the Editors of the Sydney Mornini/ Herald' firvT,.-..,«-!.. - 1~..~ "1...I.1Î.1. Ti »J, ^iLt MEN,-in a letter published in your tupir of this day, signed "G B Phil- lipson, whoa few days prenons îecciveda summons forißl ISs, a sum c\clusi\e of a further sum of £37 4s due hy lum to me, the follow mg passage occuis, "the first pel son I applied to was the trustee, who positively re fused to sign unless I would gi\e lum my ope latuig chuir as a bonus , ' in leplj peimit in» to state that this is utterly false, and is but an ad- dition to the many misieprescntntions madi by ¡the same party whose pinn to obtain goods midcr the pretence that Captain Millei, of tin If ¡Imot, would pay for them on his orrinl Ins been with me but too successful,jt-s'íór which I will adoptultenoi nrocce-«-îirs Îl'am, Gentljajcn, Your obedient servant, THE TRUSTEE. August 27. LAU lui liier correspondence on this subject must be paid for as advertisements.-EDS. - ? "g

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To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 August 1842

Tn the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. i iiusTLCMEN,-rcrmit me, through the medium I of your Journal, to call the attention of the proper authorities to the neglected state of the fountain at the corner of Argyle and Cuinbcrland streets, which, for the last four- teen days has been perfectly useless, and that in one of the poorest and most populous partB of Sydney. Need I say that the want of water is grievously felt by the poor. By your inserting these few lines you will confer a great favour upon " A SUBSCRIBER. Prince-street, August 25.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 August 1842

ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE. BBNEFIT IN AID OF TUE FUNDS or TUB BENUVOLENT ASYLUM. MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 20,1812. THB_ Public is respectfully informed that the Acting-Proprietor having granted theuse of the Theatre gratuitously for the nhove benevolent purpose ; the Indies and gentlemen of the dramatic Company, the gentlemen of the Orchestra, together with the whole of the various members of the Establishment, have also presented their services gratuitously for the occasion : and respectfully solicit the co- operation of the Friends of Charity, tho « hole ol' the proceeds being in aid of the Funds of the above Institution. The performances will commence with the interesting drama entitled A LEGEND OF LISBON ; OR, A MAIDEN'S FAME. After which, Song, " Meet nie'in the Willow Glen," by Miss M. Jones; Song, " Tell me my Heart," by Mrs. Knowles ; a Dance, by Mr. Chambers; "The charming Woman, Mrs. Wallace; Medley Dance, by Miss E. Jones ; nfter which, Mr. Meredith will recite "Bucks, have at...

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To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 August 1842

I To the Editors of the Sydney <Woi mug Herald \ UBNTLEMEN,-In tliisdny's Uuxetle there ia a most ungracious and unmerited attack upon me as Clerk of the Market, an attack which I am conscious of not having deserved, and I trust therefore that you will afford me an opportunity of replying to it. I can appeal without any fear to those with whom I uni in constant intercourse ns to whether I am not invariably "civil," at all events in the performance of my duty; and those who have had occasion to make in- quiries of me have never before found fault. I have no recollection whatever of having in any way deported from my usual course of conduct to the reporter of the Gazette, or to any one else ; and am, therefore, at n loss to imagine whence this accusation which, I may be allowed to say, is wholly groundless, can have arisen. Your own reporters, and those of other papers, can bear sufficient testimony to my willingness and readiness on all occa ¡ «ions, to give them every pos...

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The Sydney Morning [?]eral[?]. MONDAY, AUGUST 29, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 August 1842

1 Ehe fegtittrg fttontfitcj fteraïb« \ MONDAY, AUGUST20, la 12. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sec! am /." TOST OFFICE. MUCH as we regret the lending of our columns to the imputation of censure, to any individuáis or classes of public men, yet we feel it to be our duly to call the atten- tion of the heads of the Post Office to the general complaints which arc heard in nil ranks of society, of the irregularity with which their British and foieign correspon- dence is conducted. Numbers of our readers will readily answer this allusion by asserting, that very frequent non-dcliverics of letters and news- papers occur, which are announced by correspondents to have been regularly posted at home ; nnd similar complaints ave mnde respecting letters and papers posted in this colony, which have not reached their destination. It is not our intention to impute blame to any one : and it is but a conscientious discharge of duty to say, that, so fur as Mr. RAYMOND is concerned, nothing can lie mote pun...

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[?]AL CORRESPONDEN[?]. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 August 1842

i f anätzt AI. coKKvavoxaaim*. [ Ti) His Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. Wim «.iiilil liccuini- 1-íiinirl), ir il wire u.-i dir ills due ailiiiluiïtiHiiuti Di justice í-.fír J, Utíwltny's 'peech in fannell. G N'Ti.EMCN,-This observation of Sir James Dowling, however trite and commonplace it may nt first sight appear, is pregnant with important consequences to the community. "An outcry," the learned Judge observes,1 " Has buen raised against lawyers, let us take 6ai'e that wo do not, in attempting to run them down, run down law also." Nobody can deny that so powerful a body as the legal profession, who from the very circumstance of their holding the' means of redress of injuries in their own hands, are able to set themselves almost above control, ought to be regarded with peculiar vigilance, and some degree of jealousy, hythe legisla- ture. But to assail them with unfair asper- sions and unsupported charges, is to defeat ihc object of a wholesome surveillance. Let them have fai...

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WOOL AND OIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 August 1842

»*;?. r> [^ '¡-'Vi" ACCOUNT of Wool and Oil exported from Sydney, in the first six months of the present year : wool. on. Dale. Ship. Bales. Casks. Jan. l...Tack . 518 .. *\ " 15..Wm.Brodeiick.. 200.. 248blk. ,, 30.. Gilbert Jamison 273,. .. I ., 21..William. 252.. .. Fob.l8..Hamlet .1355.. .. " ..Henry Porcher.. 133«.. .. Mrh. 2..Hartington ....300.. 87" " Li..Chatham. 352.. 110,, " 18..Ch. Hcaurtloy ..1103.. .. b " 21..Vietoiia. 80.. 13 sp. 2 " 22..Florcntla .750.. 2l5blk. 51 " 24..Cath. Jamison .. «28 i!?o" l~ I lill sp, >o " 31..Alfred.2250.. .. * Apl. 4..William Jardine 1988.. .. ^ >. 12-Tnne. 3S5 {îlfbîk. I " n..Ewcretta.1321.. .. § May 7..Stauderings .... 931.. .. " 13..Cairo. 994... .. " It..Tyne. 1025.. 5G0" " 15..Middlesex .... 6G0 -ffoïsp. " 27..Hopo. 1070.. .. Jun.19.. Palestine. 1050.. 187,, " ..Fanny . 1100.. .. J Feb. 4..Childer. 007 . .. "\ t? " 17..Cumberland. .. 1270.. .. g Apl.14..Renown . 1285.. ,. }h Maylfl..Burley ........ flßS,, ,. I g Jim.28..George ...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. ORDERS OF THE DAY. MONDAY, AUGUST 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 August 1842

KBGIS&ATIVXI COUtICa. ORDERS OF THE DAY. I MONDAY, AUOUST 29. ¡ 1. COURTS of Requests Bill; further consi- deration. TUESDAY, AUOUST 80. 1. Australasian Sugar Company Bill; second reading. 2. Appropriation Bill ; third reading. 3. Doubly convicted Felons' Punishment Act Continuation Bill; second reading. 4. Fines on Drunkenness Appropriation Bill ; third reading. NOTICE OF MOTION. TUESDAY, AUGUST 30. 1. The Colonial Secretary ; That the Coun- cil do take into consideration the Report of the Committee upon Immigration,

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SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 August 1842

I SATURDAY. lie ore the Citinr .Junien a: d a Special Jury. j rrjr.K AND ANOTHER V. IT.EK. The plaintiffs in this case were Samuel Peek and Joseph Webb, of the firm of Peek and Company; and the defendant, Richard Peek, of the firm of Peek and Campbell. The circuni'itaurcs of this case appeared from the evidence to bo as follows : some years hack, the plaintiff's, Samuel l:cek mid Richard Webb, and the defendant, Richard Peek, were in pnttnership, which company was subsequently dissolved, and a new partnership afterwards formed between Richard Peek and Edward Campbell, who aftirwardi occupied the same premises which had been mod by Peck mid Co., and where the books, &c, of the hitter firm Were left, in order that I he accounts might bo wound up, and the moneys duo to Peek and Co. col- lected, preparatory t» closing the nffnits of the firm. In consequonce of some disputes arising, the winding up of the affairs of Peek and Co. was referred to arbitration, and the usual bonds an...

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THE IMMIGRATION REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 August 1842

THE IMMIGRATION REPORT. ACCORDING to a notice given by the CO- LONIAL SECRETARY, the Legislative Coun- cil will proceed to-morrow to the conside- ration of the Report of the Immigration Committee. This Report is not yet in the hands of members, and even if it is cir- culated this afternoon, (if it is as long as it has been in other years) there will be scarcely time to read it, with its appendix, by the time the Council meets to-morrow. We cannot conceive, therefore, that honor- able members will be in a position to dis- cuss the propriety of its recommendations. As for the public, who ought to hare time to express an opinion before the Report is adopted, they will not sec it at all, for it is not very proDable that the news- papers will obtain possession of it in sufficient time to publish it to-morrow, and it will be totally impossible for any 'persons io make themselves thoroughly acquainted with the subject. We arc aware that the GOVERNOR is anxious to adjourn the Council on Tue...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 August 1842

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. We insert, for the information of the Public, mi Abst.rael of all the Public Sales which take nlace ross ana in.oYu.-At tneir llooms,. at 11 o'clock, Haberdashery. Silk anil Satin Stocks, Shawls, Boot», Shoes, Sec. Mooro-, and IlnvnoM.-At their Rooms, at 11 o'clock, Mess Beef. Ma. N. RUNDLE.-On the premises, corner of Liverpool and George streets, at 10 o'clock, Household Furniture, Earthiii ware, fire. MR. A. POLACK.-At Canterbury Market, at 3 o'clock, p. m., Cows, Bullocks, Horses, Mare», &c. M Yen s and MOSES.-At the'r Rooms, at li o'clock, Household Furninrc, Ac. Mn. Sruais.-At his Mart, at 12 o'clock, Dwelling-house and Premises on the Surry Hills, ten allotments of Building Ground at Balmain, 500 Wethers; at Mr. Knowles', Pitt-street South, at 1 o'clock, Household Furniture, Books, Engravings, cVc. Ma. S. SOLOMONS.-Athis llooms, Crockery ware, Cutlery, &c.

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MAURITIUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 August 1842

MAURITIUS. WK have received Mauritius papers to the end of June. The most important topics under consideration were, as to the best method of raising money for Immigration; ¿taxation was unavoidable, but the question Íwas on what property or commodity the taxes should be raised, and this had notf yet been decided. It is proposed not onl/r kto import Coolie labours, but also Chiucye and others, equally adapted to the climate and culture of the Mauritius. A Temperance Society had been formed at Mauritius. M. MAUSE, one of the unofficial and " independent" members of the Legislative Council, died lately, and was succeeded by M. Dt'voNT, nn advocate.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 29 August 1842

DEATH. At Patna, Calcutta, on 17th February last,   W. J. Baker, Esq., eldest son of W. F. Baker, Esq., R. N., of Bronti, Bungonia, Argyle, aged twenty-eight years.

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