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DOMESTIC INT[?]LLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 31 August 1842

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY. BEFORE the CHIEF COMMISSIONER. PROOF OF CLAIMS. In the estate of Jacob Goode, a single meet- ing: Kemp and Fairfax £3 14s. 4d.; Charles   Smith, £4 2s 1d; Gas Company, £4 10s. 9d.;   John Thomson, £41 2s.; Margaret Sharkey,   £2 1s 6d.; Elizabeth Gold, £14 15s 6d.;     William Samuel, £48 4s. 5d.; the creditors   granted this insolvent his wearing apparel, one table, three chairs, and his cooking   utensils. In the estate of John F Carruthers, a second meeting : Henry Farris, £58 8s. 8d.;     James Motley, £63 9s. 5d.; R. Cruden Gor-   don, £1,031 17s. 10d. In the estate of Edward Borton, a second meeting: the Gas Company, £15 17s. 6d.;   Ambrose Eldridge and Company, £50; P. W. Plomer, £78 14s. 11d.; Thomas W. Bowden, £111 7s. 11d.; Kenworthy and Williams,   £92 15s. 5d.; J...

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NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR. (From our various Correspondents.) PEEL'S RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 31 August 1842

I NäWS mons THAINTIRIOB. (From our various Correspondents.) PEEL'S RIVER. TAMWORTH, 23rd VUGUST, 1812-" The fol- lowing are the circinus' mees of the attack on 1 L Bigee, Esq , by bushrangers, in this neighbourhood -On Ihuisday, 18th August, about middi), as Mi B was drning his hnrsis, accompanied hy Mr Alexander M'Donild, and two men, being then about half-way between Schofield mid Brennan s station, three armed buphrangers, answeiing the description of Wilson, Long lorn or Coxen s 1 oin, and Long Ned, galloped up to them, and oidered them to halt, at the same time presenting thiee double bai relied g ins Mr B and pal ty halted, and they were thtn ordered to dismount, which command tiley also complied willi As soon as they had dismounted, Mi Bigge was oidered to strip, which he refused todo, upon this one of the bushrangers told another to knock lum down with the butt end of his gun , hut obseiwng Mr B fumbling with his belt endeivouring to dinvv a pistol, he (heil, foilunatel) wit...

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 31 August 1842

COASTERS INWARDS. August 30.— William the Fourth, steamer, 56, Sullivan, fiom East Gosford, with 3000 feet timber, 90,000 shingle«, 1000 rails, and 20 slides; Thistle, steamer, 127, Mulhall, from Morpeth, with 36 bales wool, 28 trusses hay, 30 bags potatoes, 40 bags maize, &c. ; Dolphin, 16, Nicholson, from Port Aiken, with shells.

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 31 August 1842

DEPARTURE. For Port Nicholson via Newcastle, yester- day, the barque Arachne, Captain Pearce, in ballast, Passengers—Messrs. Duppa, Mac- donald, and Don.

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 31 August 1842

COASTERS OUTWARDS. August 30.—Thistle, steamer, 127, Mulhall, for Morpeth, with sundries; William the Fourth, 56, Sullivan, for East Gosford, with sundries ; Star, 12, Thompson, for Ulladulla, with sundries ; Dolphin, 16, Nicholson, for Port Aiken, in ballast. CLEARANCE.—For Port Phillip and Laun- ceston, the schooner Thomas Lord, Captain Brown, with sundries. Passengers—Miss Thompson and Mr. Abrahams. The Express, schooner, and Mermaid, cut- ter, arrived at Brisbane Water on the 29th instant. THE "JAMES WATT."—This steamer having undergone a thorough repair, will start on her first trip to the Hunter this evening. THE " HONDURAS."—The time of this ves- sel's leaving has at length been finally settled, her mails will positively close this evening, and she will proceed to sea on the following day, without anything unforeseen occurs to detain her. The Jupiter will sail also on Thursday morn- ing, and her mails are intended to be closed tihis afternoon. The Lady Leigh, schooner, left K...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 31 August 1842

LOFTY. .fi -m TO CO VIC It THIS 8EAS0H, j*! AT M AT KA, »BOW! »ITllt^l m THE celebrated Clydesdale Hone LOFTl/7',, imported by th« Seaborn iteamtr, ? } LOFTY is a rich deep bay Hone, «¡ti(U.^ j legs, stands full teventeen hand» high,of[rs}, ,j5 bone, very superior action, sod gentle into; f] per; was got by th«? celebrated Clyde,afldM .J, by Mr. Dove, of Faulfarmains, Aynliiri.liil his well-known brown more, «hielt took flaggi premiums in tha* coanty-, rl»mbyoldBi»|P grandau» by Old Ploughboy. Sfu Lofty gained five of the hitheit premia; 4 awarded by the Agricultural Societies cf _l V South of Scotland, and i« decidedly tie _£,, Clydesdale ever imported into tali colony, \% TERMS.-Six guineas a single mite¡Ibl'," and upwards, the property of oneperW|hi,<'/ guineas each ; groomage five shilling«. ['? *** For the convenience of SttctttM".' Sheep, Callie, or Horses, wilt it iii« nm-¡ ment as may be agreed. L j Persons who intend sending mitei utitfe quested to make early app...

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HOUSE OF COMMONS. Friday, March 11. BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 31 August 1842

HOUSE OF COMMONS. Friday, March 11. BUSINKSS OF THE HOUSE. After the presentation of petitions, Mr. Ward gave notice that on Monda}', or any subsequent day when the order of the day was read for the house to go into committee on the corn-laws, he should move that it is inexpedient to impose any duty on foreign corn until the house has made inquiry into the special burdens horne by the landed interest, and also into the .special exemptions they enjoyed. (Cheers.) Dr. Bovvring postponed, until Thursday next, his motion respecting the navigation of the interior waters of Egypt ; mid also his motion for the returns of the tnxes and other burdens levied on land in foreign countries. The Earl of Lincoln gnvc notice that on Thursday next he would move for leave to enlarge the powers of the bill for the en- closure of n piece of ground, to be called Victoria Park. Sir V. Napier gave notice, that on the 22nd instant, he would bring under their consideration the state of the navy, with the vi...

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LEG[?]LATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1842. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 31 August 1842

l.KO!»&ATXVa OOÜTMCXlV TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1842. I PRESENT -TheGoiernor, the Chief Justice, the Commander of the Toices, the Colonial Secretary, the Attorney General, the Col lector ol Customs the Auditor Genera!, Mr Campbell Mr Bern, Mr Jones, Mr Bint lund, Sir John Jamison, and Mr James Ma carthur MELBOUBNL MUNICIPAL ACT The GOVFKNOR snid, he had to present a peti lion to the Council, w Inch was somewhat late ns the measure to which it referred had ai- read) been passed into a law b\ the Council, nor should he have taken up the Council s time by presenting it now, were it not that the pe- tition carne from a distant part of the colony, a part indei d «Inch might Le said to be unre presented in the Council, and lie did not wish to gi\ c the petitioners any reason for saying that their représentations were alto- gether unheeded by suppressing this petition The petition was from certain inhabitants of Melbourne, and referred to the Municipal Act Hie petitioners held out still...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 31 August 1842

I »»ay uv _.t»RAav soasa».-. GENERAL Meeting e>f the memheis of th< Sv dney I aw Library held at their ni, in Elizabeth street Noith, on Monday rnoon Present-James Neiton, Esq , ident, m the chair, Messrs Can, Holden, it, Smith, C Chambers, Rodd, Steel, loúr, Owen, Cory, Thurlow, Isaac, and ers Mr Holden read the resolutions ;h had been prepaied by the committee, »Hows - 1 Tint the unbounded confidence re- id in attorneys and solicitors, by peisons very rank in society, for the protection ot racter, liberty, and propeity, renders it ily expedient, that they should be men of cation, honour, and mteguty, and sup cd ni public estimation 2 1 hat the imputations cast upon attoi - j and solicitors of causing delays in the iinistration of justice, mci casing expense ¡gal proceedings, and claiming excessive unetalion for then sen lees are (as ap "totliemgcuci illy) unfoundedaudiinjust, calculated to injure and degiade them, to weaken the confidence so essentially .ssary to pub...

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GENERAL REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 31 August 1842

GENERAL REMAllKS. I MONDAY 22ND.-Calm gloomy morning,atatffl sphere charged with ciiiiiiilo-stratiis, rjj¡ low creeping mists ; vane veered iM west to liorfli-noith-wcst by one O'C1K!| ? with light airs, and clouds partial!)-tô^ persed ; P.M. moderate wind ; toward imrfe north, raw and cold; clouded and beling eight and nine occasional rain. Aftetitßfl light wind through the night and ail clouds broken. B 23nD.-Light westerly wind till nbonleio o'clock and overcast; afterward cleaiiil wind gradually freshened mid worked rou» to south by eleven ; then become litan« clouded with cumulo-stratua and nimbe B between twelve and one drizzling rag Continued gloomy and threatening ill till afternoon, after four wind modérale, rai occasional trifling showers through tb« evening. J 24TH.-Fine fresh morning, with west-mall | westerly breezes till near noon; afienra ! gentle breezes t'aiying betwecu south-íií | and south. Cumuli passing over zenit!, í heavily clouded to westward with nkta ; pass...

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MAITLAND CIRCUIT COURT CALENDAR, THIRD TERM, 18[?]2. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 31 August 1842

MAITLAND CIRCUIT COURT CALEN- DAR. THIRD TERM. 1812. TUF following is a hbt of the piisoneis, with the ehaiges on vv Inch they are to be tried - Assault viith intent to commit lape. Stephen Lawrence, bjnd, alsoEdvvaidLalley, lree by sen nude. Shooting with intent to murder.-Edward Pncit, free. Killing cattle with intent to steal the car- case-Fryingpan and Wellington, two abori- gines Killing sheep with intent to steal the car- cases.- lohn L\nan, tree, Abraham Dawes, free, John Ponur, fue, James Fitzgerald, bond, George Ciuig, bond. Cattle stealing.- I'hoinas Pearce, Joseph Palfii), John Jones, Allied Jones, James Rev »olds, Geoigc Simpson, nnd Patriek O'Dannell. Foigerj -John M'Lennan, free, John Macnamaiia, free by servitude; John Wee- dington, fiee bj servitude, John Millai, free by suvitude, Juhn Milla», ticl*et-of-leave holtlei ; Challes Maekni, ticket-of-leave holde). Minder.-Jeny, an abongmul , Thomas Cropper, free, Charles Smith, nee, Robert Fcirall, soldier.

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BUILDING GROUND "LOOKING UP." (Communicated.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 31 August 1842

BUILDING GROUND "LOOKING UP." (Communicated.)   We are glad to find, by the return sales ef- fected by Mr. Stubbs, at his rooms yesterday, that a most spirited competition took place in the Chippendale property, which he disposed of to the undermentioned persons : Lots sec. purchasers, peral- amount lotmeut. £ s. £ s. 1, 2, 3, 1 D. Stewart, 39 0 117 0 4 1 ditto, .. 32 0 5 1 L. Dudley, .. 2J 0 0 1 C. Whitlaw, .. 25 0 7 1 J. Smith, .. 260 8 1 E. Wright .. 20 0 9 1 J. Woolferd, .. 25 0 10 1 T. Hcnncsy, .. 25 0 li to 14 I L. Myles, 2ß 0 lût 0 15 1 D. QUJIÍ, .. 25 0 I6 1 T. Kain, .. 25 0 17 1 R. H. Cooke,.. 24 0 18, 19, & 20 I P. Furness, 37 O 111 0 1 2 G. Dudley, .. 40 0 2 2 dit<o ... 35 0 3 2 W. Hanks .. 31 0 4,5, &Ö 2 J. Mellion, 31 0 102 0 7 & 8 2 \V. James, 25 0 50 0 9 2 li. Chapman, .. 23 0 10 2 G.Taylor, .. 21 0 11 & 12 2 J. O'Brien, 23 0 4'i 0 25 & 20 2 W. Rayne, 23 0 4« 0 13 &27 2 H. Gibson 23 0 4« 0 IS- 20,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 31 August 1842

SPECIAL NOTICE. E Subscribers to this Paper, and the Public general I j;, are icciiully informed; that in future following Rules will be strictly iered to': ! Sydney.-No new Subscribers , be received without one quarter ii<- paid in ndvance, for which ten cent, will be allowed; the sub ¡ption in advance being 13s. 6d. quarter. h the. Country.-No new Sub ibers will be' received without j-a-year being paid in ndvance, | which ten per cent, will be al *cd ; tlic subscription in advance ï «ti 11s. 6d. per half year; and Proprietors must be furnished ,he time with a written under- illa that all future payments, ^jh For subscription and charges of íavcrtisemenK shall be made in ml ney, or by the hands of an Agent. %|n all cases, whether in Town or Dpmilry, the names of persons will H struck off the subscription list, Hen the arrears against thom have "* od over twelve months, and pro ¡diiiííafor recovering the amount will be instituted. ,,o Advertisements will be received im pe...

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To the Editors of the Sunday Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 1 September 1842

To the Editors of the Sudnev Morning IItn& GCNTLI-MLN,-In your paper of Saturday observed a letter signed "John John»»! bioker," wherein that personage state; |w he knew the cargo of the £a|//}««». T* ported in January, was an}llmigbut.utiprom able, and that a "mular cargo would ngarni imported by her, and that in niaking ton statement he had the best possible a»» rely on. In, reply, I begto tell yonriafacw« jiortei tint he liad no dala for such an ¡sertiuii, ai d lluit he is in cuni in stating Lit li« had My coining this tune was quite (knoui to mjoilf milli 1 concluded for a tarter m Mil} hist, indeed, when I left this, Frebuiarj, I had dctiimined to pioceod line, iiid nothing but the sudden decline in e rat s of Heights at Valpaiaiso, and the iii of i "ood elm lei here, induced mc to taupe it theiefon mj agents, Messrs linpbell Pill and Co , wire quite light, and jr iupoitei Johnson quite ulong, îespcct fc inj ui'cntions But perhaps jour tipoi fi" gifted willi prophetic p...

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PORT MACQUARIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 1 September 1842

PORT MACQUARIE. WE aie son y that we cannot report nny im- provement in business in the town. To use the language of a contemporary, " shop- keepers and publicans maybe seen walking up and down ni'froiit of their respective estab- lishments, with their hands thuist in their inexpressibles, enjoj ¡og their O//H»I cum dig nitute in the fullest extent." This depression of business amongst the shopkeepers is prin- cipal^ attributed lo the " truck system,'' which is now being carried on hen-to u cons! dei able extent. If the system is not speedily stopped, it will bring men on the town, the same as it has done in nearly every place where the scheme has been tried in the mother country. If carried on much longer, shop keepeis will be unable to pay their rents, and the landlords, who are parlicepv criminh in the above system, will eventually not only have " shops to let," but we strongly Mispcct " pockets to let " also. We trust that this short notice will have the effect of putting a 1 st...

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NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR. (From our various Correspondents.) LOWER HAWKESBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 1 September 1842

ira «ra rxoax TUB iVTamzoK. (From our various Carretpondenls,) LOWER HAWKESBURY. AUOUST 27 -In these dull times it is quite au event to chance upon the veriest morceau that we consider worth transmission, the tunen would truly stem to be out c joint, in our own, as will a» the more exciting depart menfs, of life {I is, tiuc that the weather con tinuos to pnsei)t i fund ot speculation for the Meteoro'üQist in its vaned and u icertam chan.Ls for the season of tho yeal the crops too iii an e\ir present theme to expatu e upon in their progiess, but then, conwctiou strikes home, that the majority of jour rea deis arc uninterested in the continued harp mg upon one chord-whilst, we must confess, a similar amount of ipathy in being neces- sitated to con o\er the same themi °o repeat edh Undci snell ii)elqnc!)oly prospepts¡ ye hail the monthl) return of our police sittings (is quite a bonus, and we exiat upu the hone that Thursday next will present an cfîpo.' tunity of enabling in at least t...

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COWPASTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 1 September 1842

COWPASTURES. THREE well-dressed men, on clean well groomed horses, and armed with pistols, stopped a gentleman on Thursday evening last, about eight o'clock, on the Great South Road, about half a mile southof the Cowpasture Bridge, and took from him a considerable sum of money, and his horse. The scoundrels had their faces blackened. The sufferer, instead of returning to Cam- den, went on to Stonequarry ! The authorities are on the alert, and there is good hope that the rascals will be taken.    

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COASTERS ARRIVED IN PORT JACKSON, DURING THE MONTH OF JULY, [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 1 September 1842

COASTERS ARRIVED !N PORT JACK- SON, DURING THE MONTH OF   JULY, 1842. .. .. .. .. / Sailing From what place. / vessels. / Steamers. / Tons. Brisbane Water .. .. 41 .. .. 4 .. .. .. 864 Broken Bay .. .. 1 .. .. 0 .. .. .. 18 Broulee .. .. 8 .. .. 0 .. .. .. 104 Botany Bay .. .. 1 .. .. 0 .. .. .. 17 Clarence River .. .. 8 .. .. 0 .. .. .. 382 Corner Inlet .. .. 0 .. .. 0 .. .. .. 0 Hawkesbury River .. .. 16 .. .. 0 .. .. .. 215 Jervis Bay .. .. 1 .. .. 1 .. .. .. 166 Kiama .. .. 2 .. .. 0 .. .. .. 24 Kempsey .. .. 0 .. .. 0 .. .. .. 0 Lake Macquarie .. .. 4 .. .. 0 .. .. .. 105 Manning River .. .. 4 .. .. 0 .. .. .. 181 Morango .. .. 0 .. .. 0 .. .. .. 0 Moreton Bay .. .. 3 .. .. 2 .. .. .. 492 Morpeth .. .. 1 .. .. 18 .. .. .. 2930 McLeay River .. .. 14 .. .. 0 .. .. .. 697 Newscastle .. .. 20 .. .. 0 .. .. .. 1133 Port Aiken .. .. 9 .. .. 0 .. .. .. 124 Port Albert .. .. 0 .. .. 0 .. .. .. 0 Port Macquarie .. .. 3 .. .. 5 .. .. .. 710 Port Phillip .. .. 2 .. .. 0 .. .....

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 1 September 1842

NEW ZEALAND. PAPERS from Auckland to the 25lh July, Wellington to the 9lh August, and Nelson to the lGth July, caine to hand yesterday. They contain nothing of particular im- portance, but we shall endeavour to find n few interesting e\tiacts for to-morrow's paper.

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DIARY. Memoranda for This Day [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 1 September 1842

DIARY. 17IAH. I. i rSataaranaa fer Shis Baw September. I . 8U,N', I "l0l,."DB ' _| uses J sets._[ morujeveii 1 | T.IIUUSD<Y | 6 2l""| fiSÍI I 5 l8 I S 42 New Moon, Sept. 5, 19 m. past 8, night.

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