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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 August 1842

ROYAL"VICTORIA THEATRE. nnr-VT novelty! FO R THE BEN KF1T OF M ns. KNOWLES MRS. KNOWLES begs most respectfully to inform her numerous Fiiends and Patrons that her BKN HEIT is fixed for ' THURSDAY EVENING, 'AUGUST 4th, when she trusts that the labour bestowed in arranging nn evening's Entertainments which will prove vvoithy of the high patronage with which she has always been favoured, together with her continued endeavours'to merit the support of the public generally, will ensure her, on this occasion, n continuance of those favours which have hitherto been so plentifully accorded to her. Mrs. K.lias the iimiuur to announce that oil this occasion will bo pre- sented a NEW AND ORIGINAL TRAGIC PLAY, t " Wiilten by Mr. Knowles, expressly for this occasion, and which will bo produced by permission, and under the special license of ?run jioNonAiu.r. the colonial sr.cnETAnv. ) The Costumes and Pioperties by Mr. Simes ; the new and original Music by Mr. S.W. ' "Wallace, the Scenery by Mr. ...

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THE BANKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 August 1842

THE BANKS. General Ahsti act of the Sworn Returns, rendered pursuant to the Act of Council, 4 Victoria, No. 13, of the Average Assets and Liabilities, and of the Capital and Profits of the undermentioned Banks, of the Colony of New South Wales, for the Quarter ended 30th June, IS 12. B4.NKS. LIABILITIES. Notes in Circulation. Bills in Circulation. Balances due to- other Deposits. Banks. Total liabilities ASSETS. Coin. r j , Notes and Landed lBlllsofother Property. Banks I INotes and Bills Balances due'discounted,and from other 'all other Debts Banks. i due to the said Bank. Total Assets, CAPITAL AND PROFITS. Rate per Capital paidup.j Annum of last Dividend. Amount of Dividend. New South Wales... Australia . Commercial . Australasia . Union of Australia. Sydney . Port Phillip . £ s. 2G.SS5 0 1S,()5S 0 52,723 3 49,233 0 29,107 2 19,-109 0 3,710 4 £ s. d. 0 ¡1,163 0 0 (»5 6,431 5 3Í 1 25102 1 5 5 '22541 17 11 01 . £ s. d. 1,387 ô 9 45 10 2 1,068 Û 3 £ s. 215,046 4 103,332 li 1S1.0SS 17...

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The Sydney Morning Herald. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I.' POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 August 1842

|gffnV &yïsm At o i unta ^a'.Vitf. I WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, IS 12. -«s " S worn lo no Master, of no Sect am J.' POST OFFICE. There are certain improvements con- nected with the Post Office, which the in- creasing trade and importance of Sydney renders absolutely necessary, and as an opportunity will be nffoided, when the Es- timates are under consideration, for mem- bers or the Legislative Council to make enquiries and intimations upon the sub- ject, we will repeat one or two suggestions that have often appeared in the Herald. The first and most important improve- ment that could be made, would be to keep the Post Office open until half-ppst eight or nine o'clock in the evening, instead of closing it by six, as is now the case. This would be of great importance to all the Hunter's River districts, as letters of im- portance could then be answered the same night that they ate received. The average time at which the steamers arrive from the Hunter is six o'clock in summer, (al- ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 August 1842

PARRAMATTA EACIB. FAST STEAM-BOATS will leave the Commercial /fililí^ Whr-rf each morning on the Ilace ¡r^ dajs_1524 '¿tJösürr/II8TLE' AND S[iAVR0CK> "§| ' ISQN S'K'EAIVIEII.S. ^fi-^-Tj 4K rp HE SE splendid, poncrfub 3 1\l\/HÎ\ffiN\ ?*. nnd-*°r ,afc,T' »pe««1"»nl1 ^^jj]XR)MJ!£> comfort - unrivalled vessel», ^TtÉSÉalEai^ Iettve s>dnev for M°rPelu «'ïvrry'cvcning ot ten o'clock, and Morpeth for *|lydncy ever} morning at eight o'clock, Sundays Jfccepted, and convey passengers and freight at "?¡Se usual rates |$431 FRANCIS CLARKE, Manager. ;?fteamer for Sontn Huskisson, Jarvis 8 Bay. ~>C?& A\ T,nE SOPHIA JANE will HiHf\\ J leave Jaques'» Coa»tiniç üyPMO^ Wlmtf> Sydney, for the above i^3*^^ Port, on the first 1 hursday in August, nnd on the first ihurs aj of every succeeding month, and «ill call as sual at Wollongong nnd Kiama in ^passing 'he steamer »ill leave South Huskisson on .»»cr return to bjdnry, after sunset of the {¡jBuuday after her arrival. \M Goods for ...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. THE KING OF PRUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 August 1842

ENGLISH EXTRACTS.     THE KING OF PRUSSIA.   The following account of the visit of the   King of Prussia to England is compiled from late English Newspapers. ARRIVAL OF THE KING. The steamers Shearwater and Firebrand were sent to Ostend for His Majesty, and several men of war were stationed at dif- ferent points of the coast and in the river to salute him as he approached the capital. He was expected to arrive on the after- noon of January the 21st, but in conse-   quence of the badness of the weather he did not reach Greenwich until Saturday. It was nearly two o'clock when the Shearwater steamer hove in sight, beyond the further headland on the Kent shore. She was saluted at Woolwich, and came up so imposingly that the crowd greeted her with loud huzzas as she took her station opposite Greenwich Hospital. Great uncertainty prevailed among those who had important parts in the ceremony. The governor's barge made from th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 August 1842

STEAMERS TO THE HUNTER RIVER. The Public are respect- fully informed, that as during the present season     it is found there is not suffi-   cient employment for three Vessels in the above   trade, two only will for a time, or until further notice, continue their trips as follows:-   From Sydney-every Monday, Wednesday   Thursday, and Saturday Evening, at ten o'clock   From Morpeth-every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday Morning, at eight o'clock A boat will proceed up the William's River   every alternate Monday, or oftener, if induce meutoüer« FRANCIS CLARKE, Manager Hunter's Uiver Steam Navigation Company's Wharf IG 5 Steam to Moreton Bay. THE Powerful Iron   Steam Packet SHAMROCK               will leave Sydney for Brisbane   Water on Tuesday the 16th instant, at &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 August 1842

THE Proprietors of the Herald draw the particular attention of their Subscribers to their intention of charging ten per cent, interest on nil accounts of upwards of si.\ months' standing.

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 August 1842

I BNCX.IBH EXTRACTS. I Nivi STFAM TRIOITE, THE LARGEST IV Tin I W om » -Hie Admiialty hive given mstiuc | lions for the building and equipment of a new j steini frigate, which is to suipnss in M/C and I pow ei everj tiling of the kind yet afloat She ! is to beofoo<) hoi°is power, to have engine j room for dflO tons of fuel complete stowage j nndn hitches foi 1,000 troops, with four j months stores and pi ovisions, exclusive of a | cievv if ibout IdO men, and is to be umed | with .0 guns of the heaviest enhbic, besides I cuionidi« Hie Ci/clopi, Gorgon, Geysei, \ mil olhei war stenmeis, now talked of as | wonda s foi magnitude, will sink into Í iiisifeiiilieince as compared with this the ! largest of them will be little more than hilf ha si/c Hie vessel is expected to be ? fullj completed and lcndy foi sea befuic I the ilo*e of the present jeal The conduct I if the Goleminent in tins mntUi-conduit I dike admirable for its vigoui and piomplitudc J -i», linda the existing cir...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 August 1842

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. WEDNESDAY. BEFORE the CHIEF COMMISSIONER.   PROOF OF CLAIMS.   In the estate of Nathaniel Stewart Dismore,   a second meeting: John Blackman, £54 8s. 10d.; John Rickards, £152 ; A. B. Spark, £58 4s. 2d., Willis, Sandeman, and Co.,     £24 8s. 2d. In the estate of Laurence Halloran, a trus- tee's meeting; Kemp and Fairfax, £4. In the estate of John Bart, an adjourned meeting; Willis, Sandeman, and Co., £86   4s. 7d.   MEETINGS FOR TO-DAY.-The Supreme Court will dispose of the insolvency business at ten o'clock. Single meetings will be held in the estates of John M'Donald, at half-past   ten; Anne Brown, at eleven; and John Bonny, at half past eleven. A second meet-   ing will be held in the estate of Thomas Davis, at twelve ; and a special meeting of the creditors of Duke and Co. will be held at one.

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—CIVIL SIDE. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 August 1842

X.A.W XXTBX.X.IGBNCK. SUPREME COURT.-CIVIL SIDE. _ WEDNESDAY. BEroiiF. Mr. Justice BURTON, and Captains IIoLLixovvouTit and MoFrATT, assessors. LOCKYER V. HUGHES AND LOUT.. This was au action brought by Major Lockyer, to recover X'lS 10s. Gd. for goods supplied for the use of an establishment at Yass, called Kenilworth, to one Mr. Lowe, who, as alleged by the plaintiff, was in partnership with Hughes. The SOLICITOR-GENERAL opened the case, stating that the action was brought to recover the value of goods sold mid delivered ; aud that the defence which he believed was in . tended to be set up was, that Hughes was not in partnership at the time. The plaintiffs storekeeper, named Mullion, was called, and proved that in 183S a quantity of wheat, ten bushels, was ordered from Major Lockyer'« store, which was supplied in 1839 ; also a dray, some hinges, and other iron-work, altogether amounting to the sum ofjCatlOs. Mr. leeton, clerk to Mr. Cooper Turner, was called to prove that be had s...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENC[?] CURING OF MEAT. To the Editors of the Sydn[?]y Morning Her[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 August 1842

oaxoxirA* ooKABiroasiin Ira CURING OF MF.VT.. Jg To the Editais of the Si/dnnj iW»T'»ÄB| GENTLIMFN- The discoiciy ""-u.'»'Ml ncous Acid, obtained bj the distills na wood, has the propeitj of preientnig '"JM composition .md puticfuction of ""''"? ¿IM stince«, wis made m France h} ii "{vM m 1818 It is îiiflioient to plunge meaU*ÄH lew moments into this and, e\ui tU&"|ffl empyrcum-itic, to presen c it as long«jl» please Cutlets, kiduejs, hier ral)W«l vtu llrns picpmed and uniamcd tie<»4ffl months ; even whole carcases washed over nilli the acid, three necks after shewed no «igiis of being tnmtcd Putrefaction not only stops, hut it c\ cn retrogrades by tins Fimplc process It gives beef the stme fluvoui as thntii'cdnt Hnmbuig, and 1 cops rs well Di Wliku son, in Lnglfind, tiled (ho ccriccfiic's of this discoveiy, and found it to answer bj c\pcinncnts In tht hotte t part of the sunmiei he covered the bottom of n plate with the ncul, some beef steaks weie 1 nil on it, an...

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THE WOOL CLIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 August 1842

THE WOOL CLIP. THE London Times newspaper, in com- menting, in its City article of the 6th April, on the intelligence from Sydney to the end of November, which had then just reached, remarks, that the colonists, " anxious lo avert so dreadful a calamity as universal bankruptcy," whiíh, according to the well-informed writer, "appeared inevitable," «ere "turning their attention to the estimated profits of the trade for the ensuing year"-that is, 1842,-and that they reckoned "on the receipt of nearly (save the mark) ¿680,000 for the export of their chief staple-wool." By the Observer of yesterday, the Times, if it would like to be better informed, might discover that the wool trade of the colony is of more importance than its "City article" writer seems to have had any conception of, and in that paper is an elaborate statement, giving the quantities of wool exported during each month of the three years, 1839, 1810, and 1811, with names of the vessels, their destination, &c, fro...

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DIARY. Memoranda for This Day [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 August 1842

DIARY. Memoranda for Tnls Bay I _ SUN, I HIGH TIDE. _ rises | sets. | morn 1 even 4| TiiuitsoAV | G 4S"pri2 | ~C~G | (i 30 New Moon, August 7, 11 in. to 1, morning. August.

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COUNTRY SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 August 1842

I __ _ COUNTRY SALE. I Mu. BLCK.-At Campbelltown, August 6, Cattle.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 August 1842

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. We insert, for the information of the Publie, an Abstract of all the Public Sales which take place THIS DAY. Ma. SAMUEL LYONS.-At Thorn's Wharf, at 10 o'clock, Hay, Oats, Felt, and Planks; at his Mart, at 11 o'clock ; Razors, Cloth Cups, Slops, Haberdashery, and Loaf Sugar; at 12 o'clock; Bank Shares. MR. SI units.-On the premises of Mr. S. F. Mann, George-street, at 11 o'clock; Gro- ceries, &c.

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The Sydney Morning Herald. THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1842. 'Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I.' THE CULPRIT NOT DISCOVERED— THE INJURY NOT REDRESSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 August 1842

©he- ägtmtfi ¿ti o ming gtycvnltr. THURSDAY, AUGUST l, 1812. ' Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am /.' Til E CULPB1T NOT DISCOVERED THE INJURY NOT REDRESSED. "\Vu have been reminded, that besides the Hejiurt of the Agent for Immigration, dated the 14th. of Muy, iii the present year, upon the testimony of which we re- futed, in our article of Tuesday, the pre- posterous assertion of Lord STANLEY in the House of Commons that in New South Wales there was " no demand for labour;" there is the more pertinent He port from the Committee on the Deben- ture Bill, appointed by the Legislative Council at the latter end of last year. We say more pertinent, not because its facts meet Lord STANLEY with a flatter contradiction than is supplied by the Iteport of Mr. MEREWETHER, for this were impossible ; but because, being Written and printed in December, 1841, about the date of those despatches from the GOVERNOR upon which the noble SECRETARY pretended to ground his out- rageous misrepresentations, ...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 August 1842

MOIS&ATXVB COUNOIS,. I WKDNESDAV, AUGUST 3^ | PRESENT the Governor, the Bishop, the Commandei of the Forces, the Colonial Secre tary, the Attoiney General, the Auditor Gc neral, Mr Campbell, Mr Bcrrj Mr Jones, Mr Blax'nnd, Mr II Macarthur, Sir J Jamison, and Mr lames Macarthur PRIVA IL BILL riieGovpnNoR laid upon the table a private Bill to enable the trustees of the late Samuel I ostei to have cert un pot turns of land be longing to tint estate 1 lie cousidcintion of the Bill was postponed until «uch time as the usual pi oof of public not ce, &.C lind been given MLLBOURNL AIDS BUL The Bill subsiding to the Melbourne Cor poration Bill for npmopriiting XIJOO to wards the Police rund mid £2000 towards the I o w n 1 und, vv as read a second time, and oi dered to be finlj engrossed und lead a third time on lrulnv, 12th August MILBOURNL CORPOKAriON BUL Pins Hill was bioiu,litup fiuib tinnscnbed, bj the Attornej General and Mr Jones, and presented to the Governor On the mo...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 August 1842

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.   ARRIVAL. From the Sperm Fishery, having left Syd- ney in July, 1841, the barque Onyx, 247 tons, Captain Brown, with 450 barrels of sperm oil.

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 August 1842

COASTERS INWARDS. August 3.—Thistle, steamer, 127, Mullhall, from Morpeth with sundries.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 4 August 1842

DEPARTURES. For Launceston, yesterday, the schooner Deborah, Cap. Wing, with sundries, passen- gers—Mrs Wing and child, Mrs. McCormack and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Hughes and   child, Mr. and Mrs. Messeter, and Mr. Hutcheson. For Twofold Bay, the same day, the barque Mary Hay, Capt. Volum, with sundries ; passenger—Mr. Imlay.

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