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MAURITIUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 August 1842

MAURITIUS. The Mauritius papers, which we received ou Saturday last, are unusually barren of intelligence relating to the Sugar Market. The papers going over the entire of June, are almost filled with discussions on the proposed immigration from India. The Legislative Council had passed a law, im- posing an additional duty on wines and spirits, in order to create an immigration fund. This duty, although upheld by some as a probable means of bringing down drunkenness, is denounced by others as a mere rute on the part of the Govern- ment, under pretence of creating an immi- gration fund, lo burthen the people with taxes, for which they contend there is no necessity, for those purposes of immigra- tion, as the revenue of the colony exceeds the expenditure by upwards of ¿650,000 per annum, and as there is already a sum of ;£3.>0,000 locked up in the trea- sury from the surplus roenue of past years. The government however pre- vailed, and the increased duty has been imposed, the examp...

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To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 August 1842

To the Editai i of the Sijditcy M< i nmg Herald Gixtltmex,-The public Piess being the only channel tlnough which complaints nie made to the authorities concerning public nuisances in thia country, have the kindness to insert this lettei, the object of which is, to demand the attention of the Town Survevoi to lhe seand lions condition of that part of Kent-sticet between Mutket mid Druitt streets. Tliehiboiu of ten men of the Govern- ment gang foi two diys would suffice to lender it n tolerable loudwuy its present break-neck, nauseous state, is owing to a want of drums at each side, and ti little triuikuig. lins could be dons with very small trouble. Othci parts of the same etieet have been so done, and also other parts of the cit), not halt so much requiting it. It is hoped the same may be done where it is m reality most wanted. This, if the propel ofhcei will have the kindness to look to, will be found a grievance demanding idled). Your veiy obedient servant, A HOUSEHOLDE...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 August 1842

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. By a petition from certain inhabitants of South Australia against the measure, wc learn Jjthat Governor Grey had re- ceived instructions from the Home Go- vernment to send the unemployed emi- grants on to Sydney. The Gazette of August 12, contained the Receipts and Expenditure of the Colonial Government, for the quarter ending the 30th June. The total colonial revenue was £7,3 74 4 s. 3d., and the total colonial expenditure £10,431 Is. ltd. The general total of receipts for the quarter, including proceeds of land sales and drafts on the Lords of the Treasury, was ¿618,586 14s. 2d., and the general total expenditure, including emigration department and outstanding claims, £ 17,833 10s. 2d. We see nothing in the papers which carno to hand yesterday worth extracting.

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ORGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. SALT PROVISIONS. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 August 1842

omaxtta.1. coaa^jpojaaucn, j SALT PROVISIONS. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. Gpxtlcmfn,-Beingan occasional íeadei of . jour journal, I hive obscivcd ficqiiint coin pi ants regarding the impoitatioii ofloieiDn salted provisions, and equally as fioqitint forebodings legarding th want of aimuket foi fat cattle Dilling a lesidoico in S nilli America having witnessed the mole of jue paring what is thetc termed ' jciked beef, it lia» struck me that this piactice in ght bo in troduced with consuleiable advantage into this colony Hie pi o es of pieparing it is simple the beef is cut into pieces of ibout an inch thick, n little silt is stievvcd ovei it, and then dried m the sun In buenos Ajres it is customaiv to put the beef on thegiouud to dry , in Rio Glande M >nte Video, it is ¡,enc raflv hung up to di y Hie latter method is b) fir the more preferable of the two, and the beef thus prepaied nmriibly commands in Bi 17 1 one thud more value than tint pre pal ed b) the olhci ...

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NEWS FROM THE INTER[?]OR. (From our virious Correspondents,) SCONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 August 1842

[ If MW» MÖWt «ItaXirTiftXOa, j .(From our virions Correspondents,) ScOÑti. August 21 -Our whole district is m alarm, in consequence of the depredations com nutting by a gang of three determined bush- rangers, headed by the notorious Wilson One night, thej in the most daring ni inner, robbed one Noothey (who keeps a store and house ot acco nmodntion, on the road side, some two miles from this, ) of money and giods to the amount of upwards of £.300, stopping in the place with the utmost cooln 3s se\eial hours, ordering victuals to be cooked for them, and " bailing up ' all calléis to join them in their repast, until thej amounted to a no less number than sixteen men, and all this they did with n knowled,?" that Mr Robertson, P M ¡ and his const iblos were on the road in pursuit of them, and when fold so, mere!) replied-" well if they Conic, we v ill bail them up along with j ou Most Un- fortunately Mt II s party suffered themselves to be persuaded to pass the night at the re sidenceo...

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—CIVIL SIDE. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 August 1842

&£.w iHTnuaaHca. SUPREME COURT.-CiviL Sims. Miiíniv Bei ORF the three Juuoes in Banco IN TUE MATTER OF II N CARRINGTON As soon as their Honora had taken their seats, Mr Gurni r saul, that he had rocen ed a communication from Mr Ross mi attorney of Melbourne, in this mattei, and had written for further instructions, which he bud not ob tuned, the communication was onbehilfof Mr Vcrner and the trustees He had re- ceded no retainer The Attornei Gênerai applied to their Honors for a shoit postponement he only recen ed his instructions on Sunday, mid it was impossible for lum to prepare himself to ni gue so important n case in so short a time Hie delay that occurred m Melbourne in seiving the notice was not occasioned by his client The durr Justice said, there was a preh minaiy question was the Court m a condi tion to go on with the appeal?-had they proof that the parties, who could claim to come in as respondents, had been served with notices' Mr I oster saul they had affidavits...

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NOTICE OF MOTION. TUESDAY, SEPT. 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 August 1842

NOTICE OF MOTION. I TubSDVY, ShPT. O'. 1. The Colonial Secretary ; That the Coun- cil do take into consideration the Report of the Committee upon Immigration.

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EXAMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 August 1842

EXAMINATIONS. In the insolvency of John Snlliv m - In consequence of information lodged on oath ni the ofhee of the Chief Commissioner, stating that the insolvent was about to leave the colony, the Chief Comnussionei issued a wari ant for the apprehension of the insolvent, who was brought before lum on Saturduj last, when Mr David Poole, solicitor, who appeared to conduct the prosecution, on the part of the creditois, called lohn Puce assistant chief cunst iblc m the Sj dncv Police, who deposed I leceiv ed n vvartunt dom Mr Mitchell, the Chief Constable, to apprehend a man named John Sullivan I proceeded on boaid the bug Doisct, where I nppiehcnded thepnsoner, when I went on board tasked the mate if he had a person named Sulliv an on boai d, when he told me that was the name of the cook, the Donet sails to morrow for South Australia Hie pusoncr acknowledged to me that he owed between £500 and £o00, and had not a fal thing to paj it with Mr John R Hunt of the Chief Commis stonor s Of...

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DOMASTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 August 1842

*>\ >< H- . 7 ' I fcOMilfcietitoM&àtftMrak - | I INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. Monday. I Before the Chief Commissioner. PROOF OF CLAIMS. In the estate of John Neilson, nn adjourned meeting : Joseph Samuel Hawson) £135 j Joseph Hyde Potts, £¿ÓU. Iii the estate of James William Mooney, a special meeting : \V. Cooper, £28 10s.

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THE ATTORNEYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 August 1842

THE ATTORNEYS. In another column will be found an ac- count of a meeting of attorneys, held I yesterday, at which a series of resolutions were passed, and a letter addressed to His Excellency the Governor, in reference to the remarks which he made last week res pecting attorneys' charges. It is all very well for the attorneys to I accuse persons of vulgarity who speak ill of lawyers, but let the fault be where it may, with the Judges on the Bench, the bar, the attorneys, or the attorneys' clerks, they may all rest assured, that the public will never be satisfied with the " horrible law system," while the cost of reco\ering debts under .£30 amounts on the a\erage to more than the debts sued for.

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MR. BIGGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 August 1842

t i MR. BÎGGË. ' \ À gentleman has arrived in town, who saw Mr. Bigge after his encounter with the bushrangers : the wound he received in the shoulder [was not considered dan- gerous. The report of his death was spread by the men who were with him, and galloped away. We put this remark in a conspicuous part of the paper, in order that it may effectually counteract the rcp"orts of his death previously circulated.

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HOUSE OF COMMONS. Wednesday, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 August 1842

HOUSE OF COMMONS. Wednesday, March 9. Lood Howick took the oaths and his sent for Sunderland. After the presentation of petitions, the fallowing notices of motion were given : Mr. II. Drummond, that on Tuesday he should move for leave to bring in a bill to alter the laws regulating the Court of Ses- sion in Scotland ; Mr. G. Bankes, that on Tuesday, the 8th of March, he should move for leave to bring in a bill to autho- rise magistrates holding petty sessions, in certain cases in which prisoners manifest a desire to plead guilty, to pass the sen- tence of the law upon such prisoners, in order to shot ten the period of imprison- ment, and to avoid unnecessary expense ; Mr. Menzies, that on Tuesday, the loth of March, he should move a resolution re- lating to the disposal of the balance of the money received as a ransom for the city of Canton, after the payment of the different sums awarded by her Majesty; Sir C. Napier, that on an earlier day, he should call the attention of the hous...

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ORDERS OF THE DAY. TUESDAY, AUGUST 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 August 1842

ORDERS OF THE DAT. TuLsniY, AuausT 30. 1. Australasian Sugar Company Bill; second reading. 2. Appropriation Bill ; third reading. 3. Doubly convicted Felons' Punishment Act Continuation Bill ; second reading. i. Fines on Dritnkcniics3 Appropriation Bill ¡ third reading. 5. Court of Requests' Bill ; further consi- deration. e. Samuel Foster's Estate Trustees' Bill ; second reading.

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NEWSPAPER STAMPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 August 1842

NEWSPAPER STAMPS. Tins is a return moved for by Dr. Bow ring, M.P. for Bolton, of the number of stamps issued to each of the newspapers of the United Kingdom, for the months of July, August, September, October, No- vember, and December, 18-11 ; and the amount of the advertisement duty paid by each paper (in continuation of the last return.) Mre subjoin the following extracts : The Times . 2,750,000 2'/ie Chronicle.<.. 1,041,000 The Herald. 790,000 The Post. 580,000 ADVERTISEMENT DUTY. £ s. d. The Times. 7,665 1G 6 The Chronicle. 2,372 17 0 The Herald. 2,505 15 0 The Post. 1,861 2 6 From the above return it will be seen that the circulation of the Time» exceeds by 339,000 that of its three morning con- temporaries ; and that it paid in advertise- ment duty during the six months over which the return extends no less than £926 2s. more than the aggregate sum paid by the three other morning papers. The Immense Concern Mania. It is a prevailing insanity among shop- keepers of ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS.—NONE. DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 August 1842

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.   ARRIVALS.—NONE. DEPARTURE. For Hobart Town and Corner Inlet, yester- day, the brig Portenia, Captain Harrison, with sundries. Passengers—Mr. McAlister, Master Harrison, and eight in the steerage.

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 August 1842

COASTERS OUTWARDS. August 29.—Sophia June, steamer, 157 tons, Wiseman, for Wollongong, with sundries ; Harriet, 13, Crause, for Brisbane Water, with   sundries ; Rose, 172, Pattison, for Morpeth,   with sundries ; Rover's Bride, 19, Boyce, for Newcastle, with twenty-four kegs gunpowder for government ; Traveller's Bride, 55, Rail, for the Paterson, with sundries.

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VESSELS LAID ON FOR THIS COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 August 1842

VESSELS LAID ON FOR THIS COLONY. FROM LONDON DISTRICT.-Spartan, 400, Macey, merchandise, April 25. Duke of Manchester, 500, April. St. George, 383, Sughrue, April 26. Giraffe, 244, 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, merchandise, April 25. Trial, 430, Day, mer- chandise, April 23. Aden, 422, Waddel, mer- chandise, April 16. Morley, 580, Evans, merchandise, April 25. FROM PLYMOUTH.—Bramble, 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, Caledonia, Westbrook. From Hoiíart Towx. - Surry, Scotia, schooner. FROM NEW ZEALAND.— Bee, brig, 140, Cheyne. Ariel, Finlay. Harriett, Regia. Margaret, McKinnon. Scotia, schooner, Cook. Susannah Ann, schooner, An...

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PORT PHILLIP EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 August 1842

              PORT PHILLIP EXTRACTS.     PORTLAND BAY.-The Sally Ann sails to-day for Portland, having on board the material for a journal to be called the Portland Mercury, the first number of which will be published on the 1st Sep- tember. This new journal is the pro- perty of Messrs. Kerr and Thompson, of the Patriot, and will be edited by the latter gentleman who is a passenger by the Sally Ann. Mr. Fisher, late overseer of the Patriot Office, is to be printer. The inhabitants of Portland will now have two journals to develope the resources of their fine country, the Sally Ann on her previous trip having taken down a com- plete printing office, lately received norn England by Mr. Wilkinson, a gentleman for some time employed as a clerk in the office of Messrs. Deane and O'Cock, the solicitors. We sincerely congratulate our Portland Bay friends on so valuable an &a...

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THE STAR OF THE SOUTH. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 August 1842

THE STAR OF THE SOUTH. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. Gentlevifn,-In noticing the publication of the national melodj, Star of the South, in J he Si/diuy Morning Herald, that paper has not, in my belief, faithfully discharged its duty to the reidingpublic orto its numerous patrons Hie bong, an oflcrmg to the people of New South M nie«, should have been pub llshed by the Critic to embie the many to firm their own judgment of its fitniss for the pciud when we cm for the fust time bo trulv desiun itcd a pcopie , ol the simplones« ind truth of t'lo'e sentiments which it em- in lied and of its meiit 01 de lient as Lug lish poetiy ioh ivegivcn that poetiy to your rendéis iiiislurrcd bj picjmlicuil i em irk, vv it d have b en no more than justice to n ne ij not » paid one, but pi omi of oonlubuting Us qu ti to the origin ii llidi ittlte of the c don.) Hut has not the author added to a foi mer offence, ngninst a formidable clique, bj snjtug that Austi ilia possesses "happy hoii...

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The Sydney Morning [?] TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1812. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." THE LICENSED GRAZIERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 30 August 1842

©lit %!?unty ftlonu'nß ^rralD. TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 181?. " Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am /.*' THE LICENSED GRAZIERS. The Governor considered it a most unfortunate circumstance that (lie case of Mr Lee should have been made ao much of, and that the several questions involved in it should have been mooted in Council. "We confess our inability to see any ground for such regret. The main question was one of national importance-affecting not only the interests of all the Australian , Colonies, but the interests and character { of the whole Colonial empire of the British Crown. The more that question is discussed, the better will it be under- stood by nil parties, and the more scru- pulously will men's conduct be subor- dinated to the principles elicited and laid down. And in no form is discussion so instructive as when coupled with facts in point. Abstract propositions then become practical cases ; visions of the miud become substantial realities ; the inquirer treads upon firm groun...

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