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

¡§1STRACT Ol' SAL1ÍS UV AUCTION. m - ? .. We ¡inn I, for the infoi nation of the -Public, fBan Abstiact of all the Public Sales uhith v&iiil i litare ¡ i THIS DAY. I lin. S. LIONS.-At his Mart, at 11 o'clock, Ipiates. -,_ , , j. s AND LI.OID.-At" their Rooms, at 11 o'clock, Polt and Slieriy Wine», AValking ptticks, l'lour, Beef, Pot k, &c. a. A. PoLACK.-^At his Mart, at 11 o'clock, Mcnhriiidise. II. AiiMsrnoNo.-At his Repository, Entire lloisci. y. BI»CKM\H. - On the Gioimd, at 12 o'dock, Allotments in Chu euee and Kent stiects. ; COUNTRY SALES, ii. S. PIIILIII'S.-Athis Rooms, September 1Î2, Household Fui-iiituio. ?¡a. Tu UN ni.-At his Sale Yard, Maitland, JSSeptemhei u, Cattle, Horses, und Mares. Ill ssiis DODDS AN» 1'LOOD.-On the Gth ffiSeptemhii, the Estate of Woodfoid. Mu. L. Winn.-At Mr. T. Wood's, Sep Mltciiibci 12, Lund.

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The Sydney Morning Herald. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." THE LICENSED GRAZIERS. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 1 September 1842

íStfie- âjrtttrj) Aft o m tag &rv«iíTj. j -- III II - - THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, IS 12. -« " Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am /." THE LICENSED GRAZIERS. [CONTINUED.! THE depasturing ol' cattle and sheep be- yond the boundaries of location lias now grown to such an extent as to constitute one of the chief elements of our social condition. We estimate that the total number of colonists at this moment living in what may be called our transalpine territories, cannot be less than about twenty thousand souls. Eighteen month« ago, they were nearly thirteen thousand, and the increase of the previous five years having been at the mean rate of abont fifty per cent, per annum, we feel confi- dent that in stating the present number at twenty thousand, we arc under rather than over the truth. These twenty thousand British sub- jects are just so many vassals. By a train of circumstances above their control, they have become the serfs of the Crown. The feudal system of the ancient Norman dy...

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

DEPARTURES. The Tamar, whaler, was still at the Bay of Islands when the Thomas Crisp left. The American ship Grolius. from this port 30th July, arrived there on the 12th ultimo. The Maitland touched at Port Stephens on the passage up ; the schooner Clarence, be- longing to Sydney, was lying there.

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SUPREME COURT.—INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 1 September 1842

SUPREME COURT.-INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. WEDNESDAY.   BEFORE Mr. Justice BUNTON. The CHIEF COMMISSIONER moved that the fol- lowing list of trustees be confirmed. Estates. / Trustees. Joseph Kenyon, jun. / Thos. Ware Smart John Broker / Joseph McKenna David Smith / Nehemiah Rundle John Barnett / Joseph McKenna Robt. R. Randolph / J.Morris and C. Ibbison Robt. Gooch / George C. Stewart Jas. N. Shuttleworth / John Barnett Charles Musgrove / John Morris Caroline Jackson / T. Smith and D. Jones Jas. Silvester / Nehemiah Rundle Provisional Trustees. Wm. Yates / Walter Gray R. Douglas, Maitland / Jas. Solomon Patrick Grant / George Day Wood Laurence D'Arcy / Walter Gray Robt. Shrubsole / Joseph McKenna John Rogers / John Ainsworth CERTIFICATES OF DISCHARGE.—Certificates of discharge were moved for by the Chief Commissioner, and ordered by the Court to be issued in favour of William Long, of New- town ; Richard Wright Goodall, surveyor, King-street ; John Vercoe, of the Temperance C...

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[?] INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 1 September 1842

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.     ARRIVALS.       FROM the Bay of Islands, yesterday, having left the 14th ultimo, the schooner Thomas Crisp, 175 tons, Captain Beard, with 11 tons \. Passenger—Mr. Armstrong. FROM Kapiti, the same day, having left the nith ultimo, the schooner Lady Leigh, 109 tons, Captain Munro, with 15 tons black oil. Passengers—Captain G. Smith, Messrs. Den- gate, Bragge, Langdon, and Short. From Port Macquarie, the same day, the steamer Maitland, 103 tons, Captain Parsons,   with timber, maize, &c. Passengers—Capt. Dittmas, Mr. McNale, Mr. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Good and family, Mr. Yarrow, Mr. Gibbs, and two in the steerage.

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

COASTERS INWARDS. August 31.—Northumberland, 17, Dennis, from, Port Aiken, with shells ; Sovereign, steamer, 119, Cape, from Morpeth, with 60 trusses hay, 47 bags bran, 63 bags wheat ; Maitland, steamer, 103, Parsons, from Port Macquarie, with 2000 feet hard-wood, 100 bushels maize, 22 hides ; Julia, 12, Prater, from Shoalhaven, with 300 bushels corn, half ton bacon, 100O feet cedar, 2 bales wool ; Paterson, 40, Burcham, from the Clarence, with 18,000 feet cedar.

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COASTERS DEPARTED FROM PORT JACKSON, DURING THE MONTH OF AUGUST, 1842. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 1 September 1842

COASTERS DEPARTED FROM PORT JACKSON. DURING THE MONTH OF AUGUST, 1842.   .................................Sailing From what place. / Vessels. / Steamer. / Tons. Brisbane Water .. .. 20 .. .. 4 .. .. 527 Broken Bay .. .. 1 .. .. 0 .. .. 18 Broulee .. .. 2 .. .. 0 .. .. 57 Botany Bay .. .. 2 .. .. 0 .. .. 29 Clarence River .. .. 3 .. .. 0 .. .. 138 Corner Inlet .. .. 0 .. .. 0 .. .. 0 Hawkesbury River .. .. 18 .. .. 0 .. ..216 Jervis Bay ... .. 1 .. .. 1 .. .. 136 Kiama ... .. 3 .. .. 0 .. .. 71 Kempsey .. .. 0 .. .. 0 .. .. 0 Lake Macquarie .. .. 3 .. .. 0 .. .. 108 Manning River .. .. 2 .. .. 0 .. .. 80 Morango .. .. 0 .. .. 0 .. .. 0 Moreton Bay .. .. 2 .. .. 2 .. .. 402 Morpeth .. .. 1 .. .. 20 .. .. 3327 McLeay River .. .. 9 .. .. 0 .. .. 387 Newcastle .. .. 22 .. .. 20 .. .. 1340 Port Aiken .. .. 7 .. .. 0 .. .. 106 Port Albert .. .. 1 .. .. 0 .. .. 32 Port Macquarie .. .. 4 .. .. 5 .. .. 687 Port Phillip .. .. 2 .. .. 0 .. .. 294 Paterson River .. .. 1 .. .. 0 .. ....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 1 September 1842

DEATHS.   On Hunter's River, at Greenwood, St. Pa- trick's Plains, on the 17th July, in the 27th year of his age, Charles T. Long, Esq., late of London. At Queanbeyan, Margaret, the beloved wife of Mr. John Daffain, Innkeeper, aged forty years; she was greatly lamented by a large circle of friends and inhabitants of the same place, who followed her corpse to the grave. At his mother's residence, in Castlereagh- street, Sydney, on the 30th August, in the 24th year of his age, Mr. George Daysh Hawkins, second son of the late Thomas F. Hawkins, Esq., of Blackdown, Bathurst.

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

oxtaxKAs. coaafiSícMDawcr. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. GENTLEMEN,-It is quite refreshing to your readers in the coimtiy to peiuse such a letter as Jason's, published in your paper of the Kith instant. We have few oppoitunities of becoming acquainted with the topics which occupy the public mind for the time being, except what we leam from newspaper leaders, and they only deal in generals, adopting a positive dictum in their style, vathor than the modesty of inquiry ; therefore, a letter like that of Jason's, which enteis into an elabo- rate discussion of its subject, is more calcu- lated to induce thought and investigation. As some of the topics contained in Jason's letter have for some time yast occupied my attention, and the discussion of them is likely to evoke moro general inquiry, by which means alone the interests of the colony can pome to be understood, I do not think it necessary to make any upology for forwarding Ibu letter for publication, although the view...

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

SALES BY AUCTION. PARHAM A ITA-STREET. Til O KB AT KBITS I ST OTO», W11 BBS IVSRY MAN CAN BUV AT HIS OWN PRtCB. MR. 8TUBBS has received instructions from the proprietor, Mr. A. Mose«, POSITIVELT to bring to public competition, at the Msrt, King «treet, on WEDNESDAY, the 7lh day of September next, Precisely at 12 o'clock, THE ABOVE PROPERTY. FORMERLY MAJOR DRUITT'8, A« per plan at the Mart, King-street. Tita ALLOTMENTS BMRRACK - 1. Most admirable frontages for building pur- poses. 2. Access to the " Black Wattle Swamp " Creek. 3. Value of Land-£5 to £10 per foot. .1. Close to Parramatta-street. 5. Sure to let at large rentnls. 6. Suited to builder, tradesman, mechanic, or persons of moderate income. Terms, liberal, at sale. A luncheon will be provided for the company in the " good old style." 2901 sto -Wine Merebants, l*nblioan>,I»oaiors, and oUiera. MR. ISAAC SIMMONS will «eil by Auction, at the Stores of Messrs. Dunlop and Co., on FRIDAY next, the 2nd September, 1842, at eleven ...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. CHURCH OF ENGLAND BOOK SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 1 September 1842

feOMssrto iifTflLZiioniroB. i CHURCH OF ENGLAND BOOK SOCIETY. TUE'following Lecture was delivered by the Rev. R. Allwood, before the members of this Society, on Tuesday, the 16th ultimo, and has been printed and published with the Annual Report : Ladies and Gentlemen,-I had hoped thnt the Lecturer's chair, this evening, would hnve boen occupied by one in every way far better qualified to nddress you thnn myself. I had hoped that our re- spected President, the Lord Bishop, would have been able to fulfil the intention ex- pressed by him at tho close of our last session, and to continue a course of Lec- tures, of which the first tended so much to gratify and instruct us. But, as his Lordship's time has been so unceasingly occupied by the duties of bis high office, he has been compelled to defer, to a future opportunity, the bringing before us the consideration of these subjects of such deep interest to us all. Under the disappoint- ment which we all experience, I have not ?felt myself ...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. EXAMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 1 September 1842

I BOM CSTZC XNTSX.X.X3SWCH. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. »WMISAllONS. Jin the insolvency of James William Mooney:, This insolvent was hrought up on Monday by Joseph M'tienna, his tnutee, and examined as follows: lam acquainted with Mr. Bun- bury ¡ ho does not owe me any money, nor did he ever owe mo any ; I never had a promissory note of his; this is the only time I ever saw his note-when you uo,v »how it turne; I know nothing of it; I know Mr. Pashe ; my schedule will show what I am indebted to lum j I received furniture, some shires in the Steam Navigation Company, and one in the Union Bank, for the notes I passed lo bim. The furniture was sold under a bill of sale by Lase Simmons, I think obout two months ago ; the shares were all sold to John lerry Hughes, and there' rcmnins unpiid £S!), which I have Recounted for in niy sche- dule; they were all sold six months n_o. F.xamiued by one of the creditors:' I first sold the shares to Mr. J. T. Hughes for cash, then for n hill, which I did...

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

H r3S ÏOKT MàCQ-JAUIB rp HE Port Mucquarie Steam ^ MAITLAND, -i W. Parsons, mauler, trill leave ¿5 cTtuiueicial Wharf THIS EVEN ISli, nt 6, p.m. ,jSe,tembrr 1st._300« ?;i TOU POKT IVfAOQU-AAia. H j r r- rrtHE fine fast sailinsr rutter ¿AÛlV -I- CHALLENGER, -*M1^ "m le*ve lhe Union Wharf, 'Çhi» «.KV-ÍK^Í» Evening, a* five o'clock, ?^ "" " WILLIAM DALTON, -¡September 1. 3011 jj" ron i.owiiow. nnHE fine fast sailing barque 1 ACI1ILLKS, , j>^r 4 0 lons burden, William Vca'e, " .-jèfJsB* Ci.mmsi'der. I'or freight and ?¡usage, apuljr OD board, or to % ' R, DACRE, w Agent. Mo. 2, Castlcreagh-strctt North, £| August 31. 3001 ,"J BOYAti VICTOSIâ TSBATiU. i GRAND CONCERT, .j» null Till'. DISTINGUISH K11 PATHO SA G L bl' TUR 'Ï110N. MRS. K. DÏA8 THOMSON, AND THK J.A.CY Noy COL. r.imius. Ä4TR. DEANE begs to inform his friends JwA und the public, tint, under the above fetinguished patronage, bi< Annual Concert of .beal and Instrument»! Music will take place, »¿the Victoria Theatre,...

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

SPECIAL NOTICE.   The Subscribers to this Paper, W and the Public generally, are resepectfully informed, that in future le following Rules will be strictly ?hered to : In Sydney.-No new Subscribers wi11 be received without one quarter Being paid in advance, for which ten per cent, will be allowed ; the sub- sription in advance being 13s. 6d. per quarter. %In the Country.-No new Sub Iribers will be received without mf-a-year being paid in advance, |r winch ten per cent, will be al iwed ; the subscription in advance linjr £1 11s. 6d. per half year ; and le Proprietors must be furnished I the time with a written under- lining that all future payments, nth' for subscription and charges of ¡flvertiscments, shall be made in Jydney, or by the hands of an Agent, gin all cases, whether in Town or Bountry, the names of persons will be struck oft' the subscription list, ¡then the arrears against them have itood over twelve months, and pro Bedingsfor recovering the amount lue will ...

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—Civil [?] WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 1 September 1842

LAW INTELLIGANCE SUPREME COURT.-Civil Side. WEDNESDAY. Before their Honors the Three Judges. IN RE. H. N. CARRINGTON. The Court intimated that it was ready to proceed in this case if the counsel were suffi- ciently prepared.   The ATTORNEY-GENERAL said, that before addressing the Court he wished that certain affidavits by Mr. Carrington, and by other parties, might be read in order to show that   Mr. Carrington had done every thing in his power to meet the order of the Judge at Port Phillip. The CHEIF JUSTICE said, that the Court here could admit no new matter; if the affidavits the Attorney-General alluded to had formed part of the proceedings in the Court below, and were returned as such, then they might be read ; but this Court, exercising the power of a Court of appeal from the decision of the   Court below, could not take notice of any   thing which had not been before the Court   whose decision was appealed again...

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

COASTERS OUTWARDS. August 31—Fly, 10, Legge, for Brisbane Water, in ballast ; Maitland, steamer, 103, Parsons, for Port Macquarie, with sundries ; Sovereign, steamer, 119, Cape, for Morpeth, with sundries ; John and Charlotte, 93, Col- lins, for Newcastle, in ballast ; Esther, 45, Cook, for Moreton Bay, with sundries. Pas- sengers— Mr. and Mrs. Rowland, Miss   Howard, and Mr. King ; Waterwitch, 37, Evans, for Broulee, with sundries.

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COMMERCE—PORT NICHOLSON. (From the Wellington Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 September 1842

COMMERCE-PORT NICHOLSON. I (From the Wellington Gazette.) OUR Shipping list for July, 1842, exhibits a remarkable increase over the former years, since the establishment of the colony. It will be observed that the in- crease over last year is lather more than doubled, the tonnage at the same time sus- taining its proportion. Of the 2/ vessels which have entered our port during the month, 22 have been from the neighbouring settlements and coasts, including the Chat- ham Islands, four fro.n Sydney, nud one from London. The stock imported during the mo nth has been from S y i' ne,', cousisling of 112 cattle, 1,000 sheep, ti horses,-1-17 pigs from the coast. The trade, const ways, has now become important and ex- tensive. We have been visited during the month with one whaler, (the Wallaby, British ship) from the whaling ground for stores. We understand that she leaves us 8 or ten tons of oil; in exchange for these stores and provisions. Summary of the shipping list kept at Port Nicholso...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 September 1842

COUNTRY SALES. MR. TunNEit.-At his Sale Yards, W'esl Maitland, September 5, Cows, Mixed Cattle, Horses, Marcs, &c. Ma. A. Douns.-At his Sale Yards, East Maitland, September 7, seventy head of Cattle. Ma. LISCOMBE.-At Arthur's Inn, Bathurst, September 7, Allotments in the Estate of Broughton, also, about 1300 Sheep.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 September 1842

A US ill ACT OF SALliS HY AUC'llUiN. We insert, for the information of the Public, an Abstract of all the Public Sales u/iic/i take place THIS DAY. MOORE ANO HEYDON -At then Rooms, at half inst (> o clock p ni, Books, at 8 o clock, Engravings MB 1 SIMMONS-At the Stoies of Mcssis Dunlop and Co, at 11 o clock, Polt and Sherry Wines, Ale, Poitcr, Glasswaie, iv.c Mu POLVCK-Al his Rooms, at 11 o clock, Canutes, Gigs, Duys, Carts, Horses, Maies, Harness, ¿le , at 12 o clock, 7Oü Sheep, with Station, ¿c , on the Lachlan River Ina SucniiF-Althc London lavern,George sticct, at 12 o clock, a Dwelling house, for meil) the "Saiaccni. Head, Cambudge j street, S)dne)

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DIAKY. Memoranda far This Day [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 September 1842

DIAKY. Memoranda far This Say I o"_«" "i."_ I SUN, I man TIBE. September. \ rige8 ) g'etg \ mm , RTep 2 | FRIDAY I G 20 I 5 -10 I C 61 6 30 New Moon, Sept. J, 19 m. past 8, night. |

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