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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 September 1842
MARRIED. On Thursday, the 1st September, at St. James's Church, by the Rev J. E. Turner, &nbsp; Rector of Hunter Hill, R. A. Hunt, Esq., General Post Office, son of Samuel Hunt, of &nbsp; Weston Underwood, Derbyshire, and cousin to Major Barnford, of Wilncote Hall, War- wicksire, late of Her Majesty's 73rd Regi- ment, to Maria, relict of George Bloodworth, Esq., late of Newland Cottage, county Cum- &nbsp; berland, New South Wales.
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 September 1842
IMPOUNDINGS. JnnRY SPLUNS - VugustlO One red w oik mg bullock, white tail, laigo seir on off rump blinded WC ne ir hip, like No t near shouldei One re 1 si led steel white b ick and bell), cats cut, brinded RP neil rump One blight hi) mire, black points, siddlc innks griy burs on top of wither, small ¿tai in foiohcad, short switch tail, branded JN oil shoulder If not leleisedon or before the Jid of Septcmbci, the) will be sold G R IIi7Aitn [12s Jil PROSPFOT POUND -August 20 One brin- dled bullock white on the foi ehe id lund feet white, tip olTthe off horn, Ins p-u tof a hobble on the neal foin leg, biaiidcd iiipaicntly Wit on neil hip One i ed bullock branded \v on offlup 8 off thigh If the ibovc bullocks are not released, they will be sold on the 19th September W ADMIS PARRAMATTA -On the 10th of August, fiom Bowmans paddock, joining the Race Course -One bay hoise, black points long tail, white star on forehead, a white streak behind both eais, between fourteen and fifteen hands hi...
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 September 1842
NEW ZEALAND. SOME interesting extracts from the New Zealand papers will be found in the fourth page. Among them are some from the New Zealand Colonist and Port Nelson Gazette, a new paper started avowedly to correct the misrepresentations of the Gazette, the organ of the New Zealand Company ; it appears to be a temperate well conducted journal, and is well printed. We would take this opportunity of suggesting to parties who start papers in New Zealand, that the first title of a paper should show the place at which it is published. For instance : The Nelson Examiner, The Auckland Standard, The Day of Islands Observer, The Port Phillip Herald, The Launceston Courier, The Sydney Morniny Herald, &c. The first paper that was published in New Zealand was excusable in taking to itseh the title of New Zealand Gazette, but all others should certainly have been more distinct. At Auckland nothing very particular had occurred, but it was expected that the town would rapidly increase in ...
GOVERNMENT GAZETTS. TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1842. TENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 September 1842
OOVEBWrMSWT O&IBTTS, TUKSDAY, AUGUST 3», Is«. TENDERS. LAMPS.-SYMIBY LIGHT HÜLSE.-Uepair3 being immediately requhed to the Bui neu and Lamps, at the Light House, South Head, 'Fenders rill be received at the Colonial Se- cretary's Office until noon of Monday the 5th September next, from pel sons willing to per- form the works neceasaiy to place the same iii a perfectly effective state. Oders to be en doised " Tender for repairs to Lamps, Light House, South Head," to sperify the works proposed to be done, and the ¡.holtest period in which the lame will be completed, also to contain the names of two lcspectable persons as emetics for the due fulfilment of the Con- tract, within the time specified. Further particulars may be obtained at the Office of the Colonial Architect, Hyde Park. Parties Tcndeiing, or tlirir Agents, »re re \ - quested to attend at the Colonia', Secvetttvy's Office on the above-named day. SYDNEY LIGHT Ilousn.-To Coprnasjimis AND OTHERS.-Repairs being immedia...
LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 September 1842
X.AW xwTanzaairca. ' SUPREME COURT.-INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. WEDNESDAY. Bl FORE Mr Justice BURTON In the nisoh en ey of L Dalle Case Mr DARVALL appealed with an affid ivit hy Mr Prout, the jitist, claiming to he ni- lón ed to claim agonist the estate of this msohent, asa lined sen ant, for £153 It , appealed fiom the nlhd wit, that the ipplicant | had been nt fust engaged as ajnred senaut, at JC12 per week, and afteiwaids at£lO, that, while the engagement «as in existente, and the insolvent not being able to pay the whole of Mi Prout s weekly wages, the sum claimed had arisen from the balances which weie unpaid It also appeared, that Mr Prout had applied to proie his claim beor« the Commissioner, as a sen ant, but he would not allow it Mr Dvrvall considered that, (on the authority ot i case of Chitty, ni which a pet so», who had been lured as u clerk, but employed as an aiclntect, was allowed to claim as n lured sen ant) the Court w ns bound to allow the present application, especially ...
To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 September 1842
To the Bditoii of the Sydney Mot nmg Herald. GLNTLCVILV,- Pomona must hive been carousing with Bacchus, and whilst sleeping undei the effects of her debauch, dreamt that she had visited Put nek's Plums, and her coppers being hot, called at one of the nins lora glass,, thank ii, when, not having the means of pa) ni,; foi it, w is put in the lock-up. On waking tioin her diunkeli deep, believing hei dieam a leahty, and feeling indignant Hut her divinity ¡.hould beso treuted, ventid hei spleen in the three last hues of bel letter of the 13th, and insetted in )our paper of the 22nd instant, it would be more creditable lor her to look to her own stores being well filled before she pretends to a knowledge of others, and bcvvaie how she meddles with the pro- vince of "Ceres," or she will not allow even '. Pomona " the me ins of making a loaf. At any rate when Pomona does appeal m public she ought lo speak the truth I am, Gentlemen, your obedient servant, NO EATEflOFMILLETlUlEAD. Singleton, ...
INSOLVENT LAW. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 September 1842
M INSOLVENT LAW. !§| To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. f GENTLEMEN,-Will you, or any of your nu- merous renders have the goodness to answer the following queries : *JS Have the cieditors of an insolvent who has Sji sequestrated the power to keep him in the tj colony during the remainder of his life, sup S posing, from any motive, just or unjust, they ra felt disposed to do so? And if not, how fgfloiig? Mp I particularly wish the definite time, inde fadpendent of contingencies, to be fixed ; or in 8§j oilier W'ords, the time when no power can III restrain his liberty on account of his past iii I am, Gentlemen, WM Your obedient servant, ¡I A SUBSCRIBER. fu Sydney, 29th August. 535 [An insolvent cannot leave the colony HI until the requisite number of creditors con Ägj sent to his obtaining his certificate. EDS.
OMIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. COURTS OF REQUESTS. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 September 1842
OSUOXXVA& CORKESPOXviSSNCS. COURTS OF REQUESTS. I To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. GENTLEMEN,-As the Court of Requests Bill is now before the Legislative Council, I beg to öfter a few remarks relative to it, that, if of no a\ ail, can do no harm In England, the Court of Request» (in that part of the country I resided) was regulated In a chau man anil commissioners-the num her of the latter appointed accoidmg to the number of parishes in the hundred to which the saul Court extended its jurisdiction Hie chairin >n must be a professional n an, and íeceived his appointment by election from the fteeholdeis of the bundled he was to act ni 1 he court dijsne-e held nltcinatch, m the maiket towns and on the market di)s cithci in the town hall, or some othoi place nppropiintcd lor the purpose of the said hundred A commissioner was an honorary member of the Court, and appointed to the situation by the paioclual oflicers and paus'uoncrs, in Vestiy assembled, of the parish...
POST OFFICE. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 September 1842
POST OFFICE. I To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald, \ GENTI TMFN,-Being a constant reader of ) our valu ihlejoiu nal I peiceive (m )our leidmg aiticle of the 2&lt;)th instant, under the above head,) a vast deal of censuie on the country Post Offices in particular, and at the same time a high culogium on the correctness of the Sv due) Post Office, now I cannot per eeivc how it is, that parties who complain can be "o wilfully blind to the mcmrcctncss of the latter Office, when it is notoitous that most of the mistakes complained of originate there, one instance of a many will suffice Iwo pu ties in the distnct of Campbell- town, have ficquently complained of the min- delu ciy of then newspapers, and one pi them vvus stienuous m blaming the Postmaster of the distnct, for detaining his paper when bJiold, his p iper w l8 forn tided to linn in a week iftei, bealing the Bithurst post-maik, ha\ mg been missent fi om b) due) to that place and since that, othei paitics have lc...
EXAMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 September 1842
EXAMINATIONS. I In th" insohciicyofRiclnrdM'utin, baker | The insolvent was examined bj Mr DAR \ AI I , as follow s I was carr) uij» on the busi- ness of a baker when I failed, 1 lit the man whs lormetly worked for me have the busi- ness , 1 gave it to him after I had fikd my schedule, the mun I ga\e it to i« nanud Williams, I had put down my stock on th« premises in my schedule, I put down fue or six tons of flour in my schedule, Williams baked the \ery day after I left oft baking, all those cus tom eis who did not tike awnj their custom went on with Williams, the business was about 100 loaves per ¿a\ , tilt fnst flour Willi uns baked with he bought at the Companys mills, I was not in debt to him fur wages when I gave him the business, I hive beui wot king for lum since, and he pud mi. foi it, I am now doing nothing, lie j aid mc 17s. fid per wtek, with bread foi mt f unit) , I i tntod the place from Mr Penn, Williams pa) s the rtnt of the bakchouto, I hu\e no furniture of iny kind...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. THE LAW OF DEBTOR AND CREDITOR. To the Editor of the Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 September 1842
«ivTox.ian BxxB&crt. THE LAW OF DEBTOR AND CREDITOR. To the Editor of the Times. IN all the laws as regards debtor and creditor passed by the late administration, the interest and protection of the creditor have been entirely lost sight of. Trades- men appear to have been considered a fair game for swindlers and other dishonest - persons, and entirely deprived of the means of obtaining their rights, either by law or otherwise. I could give you at least one hundred cases of downright robbery, for which I could, by no possi- bility, get redress-revenge, perhaps, T might have obtained, by putting myself to £625 or .£30 expense, but what advantage , should I have derived from it ? I opposed a fraudulent debtor last year, who owed me J627, and my costs of opposition , amounted to /£32 Is. 2d., which is pay- ing rather dearly for my revenge ; but, Sir, I must relate a case to you, which I think will conviuce you of the inefficaey of the present laws, if the Legislature ever contem...
MECHANICS' SCHOOL OF ARTS. MR. A'BECKETT'S LECTURE ON HEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 September 1842
MECHANICS' SCHOOL OF ARTS. I MR. A'BECKDTT'S LF.CTURB ON HEAT. I ON Tuesday eveniug, Mr Arthur a Beckett delivered a highlj interesting lecture, in the Lecture Room of this Institution, on the Nature nid Properties of Heat, which ho accompanied by n variety of lllustiativc tx peumcuts Aftei adverting to the highl) in- tellectual luxuries w lth which Mr Slattenehad regaled the audience, nnd the more homely food which he had to place before them, Mr a B ekelt proceeded -Fhcprinciplesresultmg from the law s which regulate the distubution of heat are of such important and universal application to the every da) put poses of life, that no intelligent poison ou¿ht to rem un m lgnoi ince of them Htat, m tim common nceptition of the temi, expiesses the scnsi tion iilt ii,)on touching oi appioachmg a heated bodv, the pi mci] le 01 cause of that sensation H called Caloñe C alone docä not possess wei0ht 01 ail) other of the piopcities of mittei, or at least it docs not m uufcsUhem to our senses...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS.—NONE. DEPARTURES.—NONE. COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 September 1842
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. &nbsp; &nbsp; ARRIVALS.—NONE. DEPARTURES.—NONE. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; COASTERS INWARDS. September 1.—Rose, steamer, 172, Patti- son, from Morpeth, with 60 trusses hay. 400 sheep-skins, 39 kegs tobacco, &c. ; Trial, 14, Robinson, from Brisbane Water, with shells ; Clarence, 67, Thompson, from the Manning, with 11,000 feet hard wood, and 20,000 cedar boards ; Sophia Jane, steamer, 156, Wiseman, from Wollongong, with 25 trusses hay, 20 &nbsp; bags maize, 10 bags potatoes ; Bard's Legacy, 34, Benton, from Wollongong, with 7000 feet timber, 120 bags potatoes, &c.
COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 September 1842
COASTERS OUTWARDS. September 1.—Sophia Jane, steamer, 156, Wiseman, for Wollongong and Jervis Bay, with sundries, Lady of the Lake, 14, Perkins, for the Hawkesbury, with sundries ; Ranger, &nbsp; 12, Laverick, for Brisbane Water, and Port Aiken, in ballast, Jane, 54, Walker, for the Manning with sundries ; Rose, steamer, 172, Pattison, tor Morpeth, with sundries, Bard's &nbsp; Legacy, 33, Benton, for Wollongong, with sundries ; Fly, 20, Williams, for Brisbane &nbsp; Water, in ballast, James Watt, steamer, 146, &nbsp; Griffin, for Morpeth, with sundries ; Countess &nbsp; of Wilton, 111, Wheatland, for Newcastle, with sundries ; Edward, 87, Chambers, for Moreton Bay, with sundries ; Northumberland, 17, Dennis, tor Botany, in ballast.
VESSELS LAID ON FOR THIS COLONA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 September 1842
VESSELS LAID ON FOR THIS COLONY. &nbsp; FROM LONDON DIRECT.—Spartan, 400, Macey, merchandise, April 25. Duke of Manchester, 500, April. St. George, 383, Sughrue, April 26. Giraffe, 264, 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 &nbsp; guns. Fly, H. M. S., 18 guns, Blackwood. FROM LIVERPOOL.—Colombian, 276, Wakem, May. FROM SCOTLAND.—Duke of Richmond, mer- chandise, March 11. FROM PORT PHILLIP.—Timbo, Caledonia, Westbrook. FROM HOBART TOWN. — Surry, Scotia, schooner. FROM NEW ZEALAND. — Bee, brig, 140, Cheyne. Ariel, Finlay. Harriett. Margaret, McKinnon. Scotia, schooner, Cook. Susan- nah Ann, schooner, Anderson. Su...
BERRIMA CIRCUIT COURT CALENDAR, THIRD TERM, 1842. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 September 1842
BERRIMA CIRCUIT COURT CALEN- DAR, THIRD TERM, 1842. &nbsp; THE following are the prisoners, with their respective charges, on the Berrima Circuit List: — Horse stealing.-Thomas Maher, Gabriel Thomson, free; John Lyon, bond. &nbsp; Cattle stealing— Thomas Berkshire, Robert M'Goon alias M'Gowan, John Mulchie, &nbsp; Patrick Downie, Thomas Downie, William &nbsp; Ryan, William Kennedy, Maurice Hayes, &nbsp; Michael Corcoran, ticket-of-leave holder; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; James Holoran, Patrick Edgeworth, James &nbsp; Richardson, Joseph Barratt. &nbsp; Forgery. — Catheime Pilling, Patrick Mac namarra, John Gibson. &nbsp; Receiving stolen Property. — Mary Ann Barber. &nbsp; Stabbing, with intent to Murder. —Thomas Ward. &nbsp; MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION. —We are requested to state, that arrangements are &nbsp; being made for calling an extraordinary Ge- &n...
THE NEW ELDORADO. To the Right Honorable Lord Stanley, Secretary of State for the Colonies. &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 September 1842
TUE NEW ELDORADO. To the Right Honorable Lord Stanley, Secretan/ of State for the Colnnirx &-r JJ- .--,,- ... .. vr.v......,, y... MAY IT l'LHASE YOUR LoKDbUli*.-We Lave the honour to inform your Lordship, that it is the intention of many settlers of New Zealand to emigrate to some one of the islands in the Pacifie, for the purpose c1 forming a permanent settlement. They are compelled to adopt this step on account of the ruin in which the Colony is involved through the impolitic and mis- chievous acts of the local government, the particulars of which your Lordship must be well aware of, from the numerous com- plaints already transmitted to your Lord- ship. Until the establishment of British authority, their circumstances were highly prosperous in New Zealand, mid they must still confess, that the country in itself is admirably adapted for the settlement of Europeans. In thus removing themselves from New Zealand, the emigrants seek no compensa- tion for loss sustained at the ...
NEW ZEALAND EXTRACTS. CENSUS OF AUCKLAND. (From the Auckland Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 September 1842
TK*-r Z«A.B,A»i> BXnUkOT«. CENSUS OF AUCKLAND. (From the Auckland Standard.) WE have been favoured with a sight of the results of the census of Auckland, which is now complete, mid we shall have the pleasure, in mi early nutnber, of lny ' ing before our readers its details in an en- tire form,-in the mean time, we can gratify curiosity, by stating thnt the to»ni amount of population consists of one thousand nine hundred and sixty-two souls, of whom nearly three-fourth are adults-the total number of habitations, consisting almost entirely of wooden liouses, is four-hundred and thirty-five ; if we make allowance for the military in the barracks, this return will give nu avernge of very little more than four persons in each dwelling, which is a very favourable indication of the comfort and respect- ability of our inhabitants, for, in so young a community, it might have been exported that the people would have been crowded into temporary habitations, instead of being settled each fam...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 September 1842
Noria». g Steam to tno ?wullara »Jver. np HE Hunter River Steam JL Navigation G'ompiny's boat Ti"..w1 THISTLE, á^^S^gJwill leave Morpeth for Clarence iwuToirMmdny, the 12lh instant, FRANCIS CLARKE, Manager. September 1._ 1048 rOB IWAWNIWO KtVB«. Hß 6ne fast-sailing schooner _ CLARENCE, fiC^ siils for the above River on ^BBsafrt^s!" Tuesday next, the 6th instant. Fur freight or passage apply on board, at the Albion "Wharf, or to WILLIS, SANDEMAN, & CO. 3076 FOR C*AS»»TOH aivï», t *T£" nnHE fine fast-«ai!ing schooner -"AIÊÎC^ A PATERSON, t&M\flSr wiu 8ail fnr the Clarence Uiver on ?^^FjSSfcK» or about Wednesday, 7th instant, bavine the greater pn't of her cargo cngigtd ; early application wi.l be necejsary to W. II. SAWYER, or E. M. STOREY. Union Wharf. N.B.-Freights and passage at something less than reduced rates. Agent at Clarence River, Mr. T. Hewitt. 3073 rOS PACSÄWGEttß ONivsr. Tor Xondou. E FINE SHIP _ CLARINDA, E. P. Godby, commander, ha-. ."_. . . . , still ac...
The Sp[?]ney Morning Herald. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." COURT OF REQUESTS' BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 September 1842
»fie Afitmeg fttorm'iiff ibrraltr. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1812. -m "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." COURT OF REQUESTS' BILL. THE Council having refused to insert a clause in the new Court of Bequests' Bill, making a defendant suable at the place at which a debt is contracted, thereby com- pelling a plaintiff to follow a debtor all over the country, although he may remove half a dozen times, we must say that wc consider the usefulness of the Act will be very much contracted, and it is rather singular that the Bill which has by this time been laid before the Legislative Council of Van Diemen's Land, should contain the clause which the Sydney peti- tioners prayed might be introduced, and which the Council refused ; the only ground being, that newspaper proprietors should not give credit to persons residing at Bathurst, because no London newspaper proprietor would think of sending his paper to York without due security for the I payment. The circumstances of this colony and England ...