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

SPECIAL NOTICE. ^ftrplIE Subscribers to this Paper, -|fx a uri the Public geneially, arc -^respectfully informed, that in future "Itho following Rules will bo strictly rjfadhered to : .J| In Sydney.-No new Subscribers iSwill be received without one quarter ÜHvng paid in adrance, for which ten per cent, will be allowed ; the sub iscription in advance being 13s. 6d. Mper quarter. In the Country.-No new Sub- scribers will be' received without Yhnlf-a-ycar hcing paid in advance, »?.«for which ten per cent, will be al -if lowed ; the subscription in advance If being £1 Us. 6d. per half year; and tlie Proprietors must be furnished at the time with a written under- taking that all future payments, ^subotli for subscription and charges of fn advertisements, shall bo made in I ifSydney, or by the hands of an Agent. kM In all cases, whether in Town or 'M Country, tho names of persons will -Jibe struck oil* the subscription list, "f'iwhen the arrears against them have f§stood over twelve month...

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

CLEARANCES. For Moreton Bay, the schooner Edward, Captain Chambers, with sundries. Passengers —Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Dowse, Mr. Bow, and Mr. Ross ; steerage, Mr. and Mrs. Good- fellow and three children, Miss Kennedy, Mr. Robins, and Mr. Garder. For Port Nicholson, New Zealand, the barque Regia, Captain Kyle, with sundries.   Passengers—Captain and Mrs. Williams, and servant, and fifteen in the steerage. For Java, the barque Wilmot, Captain Miller, with sundries. Passengers — Dr. Kinglake and Mr. S. Solomons. The barque Arachne, Captain Pearce, which left this for Newcastle and Port Nicholson, on Tuesday last, returned to port yesterday, owing to contrary winds ; she will resume her voyage on the first favourable opportunity. The Clarence, schooner, reports the arrival of the cutter Eliztbeth at the Manning on Friday last. A new cutter of about fifteen tons had been launched there from Mr. Howies's yard ; she was built for Captain Ayerst, who, we believe, intends running ...

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NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR. (From our various Correspondents.) ILLAWARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 September 1842

NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR.   (From our various Correspondents.) ILLAWARRA. THE population of Wollongong has consider-   ably decreased since the census was last taken, nor does it require a critical examina- tion to discover this, as most of the houses are tenantless, and each succeeding week adds to the number. A facetious friend of   mine says, if a twenty-four-pounder were     placed at the head of any street, and dis- charged, that the leaden messenger would seek in vain for a moving thing of human   shape to strike against ; and I think he might add, if the cannon had the power of Paddy's   gun (to shoot round corners), that the ball   would double many a corner, and pass   through more than one street-provided it kept clear of Market-square upon auction days       - without injuring anyone. Ten days ago   there were sixty-four houses vacan...

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BATHURST PETITION. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 September 1842

BATHURST PETITION. L'» Gouviriiai» rcgaiileiit li II'« re-hljitcoqiti ralentit ou qui -infle, leur mudie, el lout reinclit contre leur, fuite», cuiiuue utie at tittle danger«tue (pie Pou purle u leur lihrnû el i\ liur ttpai.-irjut¡GaleriePotiltqut, Unite 111 p JI3 On him, their itconl Pruvlilenci, the) hung, ïliclr law An <>e ilittr orale, /ii» I mile Pope'» I hird iMiiyvH Van, 'liaJ217,218 I To the Editors, of the Sydney Mut itiny Herald. I GLNTLEMEN,-That the Council should, with meek and complacent acquiescence-with the docility of disciplined obedience, have re- jected the prayer of this petition, was to liav e been anticipated, but that discussion on it was tobe " deplored' (unless for so ne indiscretion of speech, to which his Lxccllcncy might but too probably be provoked) was not to have been anticipated We ure taught by Burke (whom, though sneermgly depieciatcu by the President of the t ouncil-' he would be coughed down m the pi usent House of Com- mons ' -I sh...

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

SALES BY AUCTION. Vnlnablo Town Property In Melbourne and William« Town, Vost Phillip. Under an absolute Power ©f Sale, contained in an Indenture ot Mortgage. \H R.JBLACKMAN will «eil by Public Auc lYJ lion, at his Rooms, George street Syd- ney, on MOND V.Y, the 36th day of September, IS 12, ut Twelve o'clock at noon. All that piece or parcel of Land, being a por- tion of Allotment No. 1, of bloek No. 22, in tha Town Chart of Melbourne, com- mencing at the South-went corner of the laid Allotment, and bounded on the West by Swanston-street eighty-four feet nine inches, on the North by a line at right angles with Swanston-street aforesaid, and a reserved right of way, eighteen feet wide, to the extent of se vcnty.eight feet on the East, by a line parallel with Svanstaa-street, aforesaid, and by another reserved right of way to the extent of forty-six feet ; and another portion of said Allotment, to the extent of thirty-eight feet, nirje inches; then on the South by Bourke-street, seve...

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DOMNATIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 September 1842

DOMaUTXC XBTTBX.X.XOBarCa. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. WEDNESDAY. BEFORE the CHIEF COMMISSIONER. FRoor or CLAIMS. In the estate of J. C. Stratford, a special meeting: W. Walker, £7 ISs. 2d.; Andrew Young, £0 Us. 7d. In the estate of John George Lynch, a third meeting: J. Gould, £38 ISs. lid.; William Shaw, £16 17s. 7(1.; Commercial Tanking Company, £26 Hs. Od.; James 1.radley, £6 13s. 4d.; Archibald Campbell, Í30; F. Mitchell, £9 6s. ; Cooper and Heit, £334 , 10s. lOd. ; C. King, £32 IBs. 7d. In the estate of William Jackson Spearkes, a third meeting : William Fisher, £: 0 ISs. fid.; Tucker and Co., £3* 10s. lOd. In the estate of Robert Hunt! y, a third meeting : the estate of Thomas Dnv is, £5 13s. In the estate of Alexander K nghorne, a special meeting: Gilbert Wright, A40 2s. lid.; Robert Lambott, £200 ; Paul and Co. put in a claim for £1000, but it was not admitted. In the estate of John Makepitce, a single meeting: the trustees of G. It. Nichols, £:!) 10s. LU In the estate of John ...

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To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 September 1842

To the Editors of the Sydney Mornina Herald.     GENTLEMEN,-However unwilling I might feel to intrude my name or private grievances upon the attention of the public, I can fear no charge of idle egotism in presenting to their notice the conduct of public officers, because all are alike concerned in it; for   that which is permitted in an individual instance, may also extend to general practice, and affect the whole community. I have long remained a mere spectator, while I have witnssscd proceedings of our police, both in the district and the court houses, which loudly called for interference from the higher powers. My silence hitherto has preceeded from an earnest desire to avoid all appearance of disrespect, to an officer holding the responsible situation of police magistrate; and I am now most unwilling to say anything calculated to shake any remains   of confidence which any may yet feel in his administration of the law. Higher ...

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BAY WHALING. To the Editor of the New Zealand Colonist. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 2 September 1842

BAY WHALING. To the Editor of the New Zealand Colonist.       SIR,-I beg to address a few remarks important to this colony, and to the parties for whose benefit I am writing. At the late hour I sit down to address you, I cannot enter more fully into the subject, than merely stating the facts of what I wish to convey, viz., that the foreign ships are allowed to anchor and whale in the bays on this coast, to the great injury of the shore parties or bay whalers. At this present time there are two French vessels whaling in Cloudy Bay, where there are three shove parties all fitted out from this Port ; and I think that it is a great piece of injustice on the part of the Government not to protect the bays from foreign in- trusion ; it is not merely the unfair com- petition in being obliged to competr - ith foreigners on your own ground-it is more; it is extreme injustice on the part of the Government, who make the bay whalers poy duty on their spirit...

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The S[?]ne[?] Morning [?]erald. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." APPROPRIATION OF THE LAND FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 September 1842

©fu *2tJnrj> ¿Horning ftrralli. I SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, l8«. " Sworn io no Master, of no Sect am /." APPROPRIATION OF THE LAND FUND. IN the Colonial Magasine for last April, there appears a very nble nnd busi- ness-like paper 'On the Appropriation of the Proceeds of Sales of the Public Waste Lands in the Australasian Colonies,' which is headed, " Communicated," and signed *' T. W." Internal evidence alone, even without the assistance of these initials, would have convinced us at once that the author was our respectable and intelligent fellow-citizen, Mr. THOMAS WALKER, now on a visit in England. Averse as we know this gentleman to be to the public commendations of the Press, we cannot pass by this unsought oppor- tunity of alluding to the valuable services he has rendered to the colony during his sojourn in the mother-country. The ob- jects for which he undertook the voyage to England were, relaxation from the cares of his extensive business, and the enjoyment of personal interc...

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DIARY. M[?]mor[?]da to [?]ext publication. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 September 1842

DIARY. Manaor Mid» t» Best pnblloatten. I September. 3 j SATURDAY SUN, I rises | sets. | | 6 19 | g 41 | 1 fi l8 | 542 | HIGH TIDE. mora | even 6 Jt | 7 l8 7 42 | 8 6 New Moon, Scpt.ú, 19 m. past 8, night.

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LEG[?]TIVE COUNCI[?] IMMIGRATION. REPORT FROM THE COMMITTEE ON IMMIGRATION—1842. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 September 1842

>1 «f'ÎT' i 'I * ' ' ' ' IStVflSAXlVB CcBKCIX. | IMMIGRATION. .REPORT' TFROM THE COMMITTEE ON IMMIGRATION-1842. THE Committee of the Legislative Coun Couucil, appointed on the 17th May, 1842, to consider the question of Im- migration gciiernlly, with the view of Ascertaining the present and prospective demands of the Colonists for Labour, aud how the same may be most ciTcctu ally and economically met, with instruc- tions to take evidence, if necessary, mid to report, having carefully examined the subject, have agreed to the following Report. The attention of your Committee has been directed to an examination of the working of the Bounty System : the only one which, during the past year, has been in activity for the introduction of Immi- grants. Until the suspension of its ope- rations in consequence of the decline of the Land Fund, that system provided a supply of labour sufficient not only to re- move the dearth which before prevailed, but to accumulate a disposable amount of th...

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

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. We insert, for the iiifoimation of the Public an Abstract of all the Public Sales which THIS DAY. MR. BLACKMAN.-Athis Rooms, at 11 o'clock, Ironmongery, Iron Bedsteads, Bedding, Bagging, IIop3, Sponge, Ginger, Straw Bonnets, Regatta Shirts, Wearing Apparel, Millinery, Huberdasherj-, and Cambric Muslin. Mu. PRICK.-At his Rooms, at 11 o'clock, Household Furniture. Ma. STUBBS,-Al his Mart, at li o'clock, Hams, Bonnets, and Children's Dreiscs.

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

COUNTRY SA LBS. MR. iuRN>'.n.-At West Maitland, September 5, Cattle. Mu. A. DODDS, AND MR. A. FLOOD.-On the Ground, September 0, the Woodford Instate. Mu. A. Dom».-At East Maitland. Sep- tember?, Cuttle. ' ' Ma. LAUA« Wiura.-At the Plough and n ?;,es' R'?h,1,0»d «o«". September 7, Cattle and Sheep ; at the Bay Horse, Castle- reagh, September 12, Farm on the Nepean ' Mn. LISCOMBE.-At Bathurst, September 7 Landin the lownsbip of Broughton, Sheep',

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

_SALES BY AUCTION. Oao Trank Supernno Olotnlns;. \M R. BLACKM VN will sell by auction, at tv_L his Rooms, George-street, adjoining the Bank of New South Wales, THIS DAY, the 3rd instant, at eleven o'clock precisely, One trunk Superfine Wearing Apparel, con- taining Frock Coats Buckskin Trousers 8uperfine Satin Waistcoats. _Terms at Sale. 3039 r o ? sail, BELLO RETIRO. (4th mile only from Obelisk, Macouarie-pltce, NBAS- THE CHURCH 0NTIIK COOK*« RI VSR ROAD, WITH A OOVSRNMENT ROAD LBADINO TO ONWIN'S BRIDOB AT THI BACK. A BEAUTIFUL VILLA RESIDENCE, With moat convenient Out-ofrlccs, Premises, Garden and Plessurc Ground«, and lately in the occupation of John Lord, Esq. PREFACE. To attempt carrying out, hy any terms, a full belief in the exjiense and costliims of another man's undertaking, when we ourselves hate neither interest nor concern in the matter,-ii almost fruitless. Hence it is, that the most splendid Villa Residences about Sydwy, designed under every combination thai can gratif...

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

pEttSONä sending Advertisements for insertion in this Journal, who ure not Subscribers, are informed that unless tiley are accompanied by re- mittances, or orders upon responsible ndividuals in Sydney, they will no1 be inserted.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS.—NONE. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 September 1842

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS.—NONE. DEPARTURES.         FOR Port Phillip, yesterday, the schooner Thomas Lord, Captain Brown, with sundries. Passengers—Miss Thompson and Mr. Abra- hams. For the Bay of Islands, Auckland, and Tahiti, the same day, the brig Julia, Captain Milne, with a general cargo. Passengers— Messrs. Brassey, Ormond, Woodhouse, Stu- beon, Petit Jean, and Mackay ; steerage, Mrs. Shawl and child, Miss Hassel, Mr. Greenyard, and Mr. Joice. For Newcastle, the same day, the brig Martha, Captain Wells, in ballast. For Newcastle and Port Nicholson, the same day, the barque Arachne, Captain Pearce, in ballast. For Java, the same day, the barque Wilmot Captain Miller, with sundries. Passengers— Dr. Kinglake and Mr. S. Solomons. For Moreton Bay, the ame day, the schooner Edward, Captain Chambers, with sundreis. Passengers—Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Dowse, Mr. Bow, and Mr. Ross ; steerage, Mr. and Mrs, Goodfellow and three childr...

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

SPECIAL NOTICE. 'H li Subscribers to this Paper, nnrl the Public generally, are spectrally informed, that in future B following Rules will be strictly Iherod to : \ln Sydney.-No new Subscribers ¡II be received without one quarter ling poid in ndvance, for which ten |r cent, will be allowed ; the sub ription in advance being 13s. 6d. ir quarter. tin the Country.-No new Sub Iribers will be received without \lf-a-year being paid in advance, |r winch ten per cent, will be al ¡wed ; tho subscription in advance ling £1 Ile. 6d. per half year ; and le Proprietors must be furnished the time with a written under that all future payments, )lh for subscription and charges of jrertiscments, shall be made in jrdncy, or by the hands of an Agent. ¡In all enses, whether in Town or junlry, the names of persons will : struck oh" the subscription list, |hen the an ears against them have Dod over twelve mouths, and pro fedingi for recovering the amount le will be instituted. No Advertisements will be r...

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT. FRIDAY, 3[?]D SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 September 1842

ii AW nr*aiAxaaa?oa. SUPREME COURT. FRIDAY, SUD SF.PTKMBES. PRESENT-His Honor Sir JAMES DOWLING, Knight, Chief Justice; His Honor W. W. BURTON, Esq., Judge ; and His Honor A. STEPHEN, Esq., Judge. IN THF. MATTER OF HORATIO KELSON CARRING- TON, GENTLEMAN, (ON APrEAL.) Sir JAMES DOWLING, Chief Justice, delivered bis judgment to the following effect : This was an appeal to this Court, under the '* Administration of Justice Act" 4 Victorin, No. 22, s. 5, from nu order of commitment of the appellant to gaol, by His Honor JOHN WALPOLE WILLIS, Esq., Resident Judge at Melbourne, in the district of Port Phillip. The case carne on for argument on the 31st, by adjournment from the 2!)th ultimo, the day originally appointed for hearing, on which day, due proof was given of the delivery of the appen! to His Honor »he Resident Judge, to the Chief Commissioner of Insolvents nt Melbourne, mid to Peter Snodgrnss, (the insolvent out of whose insol- vency the matter in controversy lind arisen,) respec...

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

PO» JKXVKS SA?. THE FINE CUTTER ROVBVLLA, will leave on Saturday Morning Ü2c£££zí-¡xr ne,tt- For frc'Sht or P»»3>8e apply to E. M. STOREY. Union Wharf, Ssptember 1. 3000 Tor Clarence '¡Town ana 'WrHliam 8 Ivor i t~i- rpHE FINE NEW CUTTER ¿AfiraV J. LUCY ANNE, (TT9K|^S> a regular trader, is now Jying it ©jg^riçe^ Hughes and Hosking's Wharf, ready to' take in cargo for the above places, and will positiiely sail on Tuesday next, P.M. All freights to be paid either to the Mnstsr on board or to Mr. Thomas Magner, agent. Market street West. 3122 T ron vonv iJicHousoiJ nnaex, WARHANTBD FIRST VKSSSL, I ME FIRST CLASS BARQUE AM WELL, lias the greater part of her cargo _ n board. For freight or passage tPP'y t0 i-iptain Hesse, on heard, to WILLIAM TUCKER and CO., or to J. B. METCALFE, Lower George.street. September 3. 31 ¿4 TOS MARIL&, THE fine Ship CANDAIIAR, A I, 612 tons burthen, John P. Ridley, commander, will sail _with all despatch. For freight or passage, apply to the com...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 3 September 1842

BIRTH. At Gough Cottage, Parramatta, on the 31st ult., the wife of the Rev. John Tait, of a son. MARRIED. By Special License, on the 1st instant, at St. Peter's Church, by the Rev. Dr. Steel , Henry Charles, eldest son of Major Rawnsley, of the Royal Artillery, to Emma Caroline, second daughter of S. A. Perry, Esq., of Austenham, Deputy Surveyor-General of   New South Wales. On Wednesday, the 31st ultimo, by Special License, at the Wesleyan Chapel, Prince- street, by the Rev. William Schofield, Mr. James Walker, to Miss Mary Ann Harcourt, both of Sydney.

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