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SYDNEY MARKETS. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 September 1842

I ' SYDNEY MARKETS. | c Fatn.vv. WiiKAT.-In consequence of the rain, the g quantity brought into market since Monday ii has been but scarce, and prices are merely nominal. The cargo of American wheat, per f Earl Durham, has been bought np by the b millers. o FLOUR.-The usual business has hten done ii in this market during the week, and prices a are firm at our present quotations, namely- V Fir lim Iba. Uieilit. C4.I1. t Fine.. 21s.20». 0 Seconds ....... Ids.15s. c Ration. Ms.13s. No. 1 biscuit, 2Gs. ; No. 2 ditto, 21s.; bran, 1 2s. to 2s. 3d. per bushel. -> , BREAD is from 3}d. to 4|d. per 2lb lonf. t MAIZE continues as reported last weck, n the prices given to the growers ranging from " 3s. ltd. to Is. 3d.; the retail prices nie from Is. [ to -Is. (id. per bushel. j BARLEY.-The wholesale prices arc from n 3s. to 3s. Oil. ; the retailors are charging Ja. for c that of an inferior quality, and is. Gd. for the t best Capo barley seed. " OATS aro still icárea; those of a very in- I ...

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MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning He[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 September 1842

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. H To the Editors of the Sydney Morah} llemË GuxTiEMEN,-The apathy which basffl«$|| time past existed among the worthy C¡BJ|K of Sydney with reference to the Corpottf^S Bill, has nt length ceased, nndthelttitiöf the grand election drama which vrillitó||| be presented to a coloniid public, 'u§|| hearsed before a highly respectable iM||| telligcnt audience, at the resident« ijp| wealthy butcher, on Friday evening »||| The astonishing sensation produced »lj||| eloquence which rang forth on that oe«4|| has aroused the twenty-five poundenr||l their lethargic slumber, mid ere »,w¡l|i past, we may expect to see our City ¡n ,<f§Ë of the highest; animation and excitenal'HH is, indeed, some consolation tothefritK||| this colony to see that not only the "^^ youths, but the wealthy and iii!e!IÍMtt$s| nuts from the parent country slio, niit,tf|H that the occasion calls them forth. '""Kag they possess both the spirit nnd the *I»HJ|| do honour to ihc free and indepen...

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To the Editors of the Sydney Morning H[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 September 1842

To the Editors of the Sydney MornhgHaäSm GENTLEHEN,-Having heard a report lbilâ|i| Velocity schooner, commanded or mrl*|¡! tber, Mr. Samuel Browning, bai K-"^ boarded in Trial Bay by the revenue olnßg I beg to state in the most unqualified nuojpg that such report is totally unfounded. WjjB bave no hesitation in stntitijr, thal it t^p ginated from the boats of (he cutterftiï«| Georac having visited the rt7oc/jJcifiiiiTr<W Bay, on the' Ulstult., the very hour mjbM thcr's ship the Felociti/ was leavirij V1»!! Harbour, in company with the barqiitapjl for China. In confirmation of my s|jll:iftfl I beg to refer to the owner and muster do! schooner Susan, in which vessel I wai IK§| semrer at the time. MM I am, gentlemen, your obedientitraH GEO. BROWNIffifl 42, Phillip-street, Sydney. ¡||

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DIARY. M[?] for This Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 September 1842

DIARY. **evM.e»r»aa» T'.'T ThU 30)ar I c-,.,"_,i.,._ I SUN, | 1111:11 Tins. September. j tige, | ¿ts. | morn leven .j I MOM PAY I (5171 S 43~T~ 830 I 8 St New Moon, Sept. 5, 19 in. past 8, night.

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ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1842. Under Distinguished Patronage. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 September 1842

ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE* MoNOAY, SVTTEMBKR 5, 1843. Under Distinguished Putronnge. MoNsinuit CiitaniCKE respectfully begs leave tu infill in tlic gentry and public generally, that he has taken the Theatie fut the abovo nij,rlit, on which occasion he begs to announo to his fiiends, that the greatest combination of novelty und attraction produced this Season w ill Ixe pi cseuted to them, being for his Benefit. Mnusii'iti Charriero trusts that the choice of liis linteltninincnt« will ensuio_general satis- faction. He has much pleasure in announcing ulm, that by the kind periniision of Colonel Baker, the much admired Band of the 80th Regiment will be in attendance during th« evening, and perform various beautiful airs ; and he ha* availed himself of the assistance of ?several ladies and gentlemen, piofessional and Amateuri. The evening's entertainments .will commence with a comic Vaudeville, in one act, by M. Scribe, entitled TH£ QUAKER AND THE DANCER. Cast of Characters - James Morton, ...

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NOTICE OF MOTION. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 September 1842

I NOTfCF. OF MOTION. I WEDSTSDAV. SKI-T. 7. 1. The Coloni il Secietmy ; that the Council J do take into consideration the Report of the i Committee upon Immigration.

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The Sydney Morning Herald. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1842. " Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." THE IMMIGRATION REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 September 1842

Wixt Agtonrs fttorrnttg ftrrAlB. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1842. -?* " Sworn to no Mailer, of no Sect am /.'* THE IMMIGRATION REPORT. Or the numerous scries of Reports put forth oy the yearly Committee of Council on Immigration, wc hare no hesitation in pronouncing the opinion that this is one of the very best. Having published it entire in our paper of Saturday, our eaders have it in their power to judge how far this opinion is correct, and we feel confident that at least the large ma- jority of them will concur in its accuracy. The prominent excellence of the Report is, that it seleets the most important points in the great system of which it treats, examines them with "s searching yet impartial eye, and deduces conclusions which in general are fully borne out by the facts it states and the arguments it employs. And this excellence is the better appreciated, since at no period in " ' History bas i]& ¡ramigratioH jays» wa fflPliih... v (»M fVesuninl «6 erlllrnl «ii aspe«*, io el...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 September 1842

COMMBSSIA.X. XMTsi»iaai7oa. THE markets still remain very quiet, but prices are without any material alteration ; generally advanced rates aro looked for in useful articles, of which the stock is now he ginning to decline inateually. The cargo of wheat ex Earl Durham from South America, about 22,000 bushels, has changed hands, the figure has not transpired, but it is believed to he rather higher than waa anticipated. Also the importation of sugar ex Dawson/, from Manila, has been disposed of at £2110s. per ton. In other articles the sales have been hut few, and unimportant. J. JOHNSON, Broker. Lower George-streo*.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. PROTEST AGAINST THE APPROPRIATION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 September 1842

»aoi8&A.TXva ooujroix,, PROTEST AGAINST THF. APPROPRI- ATION ACT. T E undersigned hornby beg to enter tilt ir Protect against the nppropuatinu of the sum ef AOO.l+t is 8d, in the E turn cs for the coming year, for dtfrajing the expense» oi the Police and Gaul L>tablishiiicnts Iirst-On the ground» specified in our Protest' mtcrcd on the minutes of tin-, Council of the years 18t0 mid 18H Second-In a mote especial minnel on the present occasion, m consideration of the ruinous state of the colona, n» owdenccd by the facts-the immense, and still nicren nig, hit of in»ol\cnts, which, w batet ei tht merits of ne present Act nllciting that subject, is notoriously connected with such stale of our aTms,-tile fict, tint ti is colony is pnjing to persons i cowling abroad, according to the most iccttintc it laments that ire at present procuiab't bj the undersigned, the sum of £27° ODO, as interest domed through bank« mil other sinnHr fimtiiual companies -c\clusi\cof an an mint,unknown...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 September 1842

m COUNTRY SALES. H|Mn. S. PiiiM.irs.-At his Rooms, Churcb i/m street, Parramatta, September 0, House Ill bold Furniture. &c. SMn, A. DODDS, AND MR. A. FLOOD.-At Mr. |H James Cox's Inn, East Maitland, Septcm iSt her ö, the Estate of Woodford. M§MII. A. DODDS.-At his Sale Yards, East ¡¡I Maitland, September 7, Cattle. S Mu. LISCOMHE.-At Arthur's Inn, Bathurst, i§ September 7, 1300 Sheep. «Mn. LVHVN WIIITD.-At tile Plough and jjjjgi Horses, Richmond Road, September 8, H| Cattle and Sheep; at the Bay Horse, Ciistle $¡1 rcuKh, September 12, Farm on the Nepean, HI Buildings, Src.

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ORDERS OF THE DAY. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 September 1842

ORDEIIS OF THE DAY. I WEHNESDAI, Stn. 7. 1. Australasian Sugar Company Bill ; third reading. 2. Doubly Convicted Felons Punishment Act continuation Bill ; third rending. 3. Samuel Foster's Trustees Bill ; third reading.

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 September 1842

COASTERS INWARDS. September 2.— Elizabeth, 32 tons, Shepherd, from William River, with 12,000 bushels maize, 3000 feet cedar ; Currency Lass, 16, Wood, from Brisbane Water, with shells ; Dove, 13, Hart, from Brisbane Water, with shells ; Cricket Player, 13, Eales, from the Hawkesbury, with timber and shells. September 3.—Endeavour, 10, Shakeshaft, from the Hawkesbury, with 1000 feet timber, 100 bushels corn, and 20,000 shingles ; Bro- thers, 13, Singleton, from the Hawkesbury, with 300 bushels maize ; Shamrork, steamer, 200, Gilmore, from Morpeth, with 400 bushels wheat ; Sisters, 48, Morton, from Newcastle, with coals ; Rover, 10, Thompson, from the Hawkesbury, with shells ; Lucy Ann, 55, Thrower, from William River, with 510 bushels maize, 84 logs cedar, and 8 bales wool &c.

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[?] ARRIVALS.—NON[?] DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 September 1842

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.   ARRIVALS.—NONE DEPARTURES. For Port Nicholson, New Zealand, an Sa- turday last the barque Regia, Captain Kyle, with sundries. Passengers— Captain and   Mrs. Williams, and servant, and sixteen in the steerage. For Port Nelson, New Zealand, the same day, the schooner Sanspareille, Captain     Brodie, with sundries. Passengers — Mr. Brunnins and servant, and Mr. G. W. Hunter. For London, the same day, the barque Hondurus, Captain Clarke, with colonial pro- duce. Passengers—Mrs. Oxley and two sons, Miss Norton, Mr. and Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Clarke, Dr. France, R.N., Messrs.Westmacott, Garnham, Mollan. Hagarth, and McGregor. For the Mauritius, the same day, the brig Charlotte, Captain Ward, with a general   cargo. Passengers—Messieurs Fume, Fou- cade, and Pailié. For India, the same day, the barque Platina,   Captain Wycherly, in ballast.   For Calcutta, the same day, the barque...

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 September 1842

COASTERS OUTWARDS. September 2.—Lucy Ann, 36 tons, Parry, for the McLeay, with sundries ; Challenger, 31, Abbott, for Port Macqarie, with sundries ; Resolution, 49, La Elecke, for the Clarence, with sundries, and twenty-one passengers.   September 3.— Challenger, 31, Abbott, for Port Macquarie, with sundries ; Sisters, 48, Morton, for Newcastle, in ballast ; Shamrock, steamer, 200, for Morpeth, with sundries ; Susan, 52. Boyle, for the Clarence, with sun- dries ; Dove, 13, Hart, for Brisbane Water,   in ballast. THE ANN GALES.—This vessel will be sold this morning at twelve o'clock, by the Mar- shall of the Vice-Admiralty Court. The Rose, steamer, reports the Arachne having arrived at Newcastle : the Eagle was still there. A new brig called the Calypso, 140 tons, built at the Williams River, for Messrs. Campbell, Hill, and Co., was lying at Raymond Terrace for a fair wind to pro- ceed to Newcastle, where she was to take in coals for Sydney ; she may be expe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 September 1842

Mflr~ .»ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. m - ^WIIrS insert, far the infoi motion of the Public, ka anAbstiact of all the Public Sales which J*S taie place ni THIS DAY «ÖäPoss AND LLOVD.-At their Rooms, at 11 'Hi tl0,0c,;> Haberdashery, Flour, &c. Ö||IIOVVARD AND WATSON.-At their Rooms, at fM 10 o'clock, Household Furniture, Celery jill Seed, Shoes, French Clogs, Ti tinks, Beer fM and Spirit Mnchines, and thirty-two Allot ^Hf ments of Land in the township of Clarence f*,t| Town, near Stony Creek. I Ma S. LYONS.-At his Mart, at H o'clock, an Allotment of Land at Jervis Town, Jervis Bay, nineteen years' Lease of Cot- tage and premises at Harper's Wharf, Sus- sex-street, seven Farms at Jamberoo, near Kiama, Rice, Coffee, Flour, D'.ioll, &c. Mr.. BLACKMAN.-Athis Rooms, at 12o'clock, tvvo Allotments of Land nt East Maitland, 12S0 acres of Land in the county of Bathurst, a mhcil herd (250) of Cattle, 2080 Sheep. MMII, tiTunns.-At his Mart, at 12 o'clock, S| thiiiy-six Build...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. BATHURST PETITION. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 September 1842

| MttftVAt COs%*«fi»OMB«itO». BATHURST PETITION. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. Mr Junes ngrctd willi lil» Excelle c) Herald Ile port pauim GENTIFMEN,-If fuitbcr proof were wanting to mnmfesttho utlerincompetciicy of the pie sent Council to do adequate justice to colonial interests, then refont proceedings on the sub jectof 1'ie Buhiust Pttition,w jtlld nmply sup ph tim deficiency the colonists possess not n single mcigelic allocate, (the Messrs Macar tlnu s execpted) tb Council bung composed plinciiallj of ofliemls the Goieminent can ¡aäsanj mcasuie It pienso«, and among the indi )ondentmembeis there Is such an infusion of i nbccility, that His 1 \ccllency need only to smile orto frown to nmiic a read) und obsequiou* compliapcc with his wishes II there was leis senility m the patriotic band an dementar) education, bv which to bifit tbimsclics in some small dcgiee for thin oflice, mijit be recommended ,-but, nias ' it is too late, their little daj must soon e\pire and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 September 1842

MMOÄBTOXI BVT AUS aJtxaa&isra MONDE« ENGAGKMFNT TO SAH. POSITIVELY ON ||í Hl'NDVY, I ITII SEPTEMBER, INSTANT. M "33k. rTMlU FINK SCHOONER p /££». 1 ELIZABETH, äf «JÎMÎW having most of her cargo ready, will i§ç «?ilFiâri» be (.'cspn'ched as abeve. ¿t Shippers we respectfully informed that s few fti tons of goods rosy be for? arded by this oppcr m tunity. S FIIEIGHT3 LESS THAN EVER pt yet rffcred to this important settlement. 9* Apn'y to Mr. Kiley, on hoard, or to H CHARLES E. JAQUES. e» Coasting Packet Wharf, Sussex-street, ¡'I September 3. 3236 || ros Atrozu:in DIBIOT. || TO SAIL ON TUB 11TH INSTANT. W H& *3» H E PACKET BRIG 'Si Mtt ??. BRISTOLIAN, m 5233T Al, 1G0 tons, C H. Thomas, com || «33(0» minder. For ft eight or passrge, || having first-rate accommodstions, apply to the m mister, on board ; to i W. DRAKE & CO. i or, to M 3. B. METCALFE, M Lower George street. % Sep'ember 5. 3217 K 4 rOIl LOWOOH, ri AfTir rpHE FINE BARQUE I«*riSS*K ."- G0VERN0R HALKETV...

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WATER POLICE OFFICE. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 September 1842

WATER POLICE OFFICE. " FRIDAY. BeroiaRvAN BrtFNANandW. D UVES, Esqrs., Justices of the Pence. CONVLVASCK 01 COKTRVBASD srtntTs This case originntvd fi oin tint which was tried on the 25th iilunin at the same office, the def minni, hob-it llmdcrson, hniinj llien ippeared to answer on mfoiinaiion eli n ging him \M li conceding «pint« nt Cou an Creek, on the 1 Uli lune hhl, windi wns, how cur, t-et aside b> his li ¿ni ndwscr, Mr Nichol*, «rho n^aiu appeared for the defen dant, and Mr liirner for the prosecution HIL infoiinnlionh iiingbeen rend ch irgmg defendant with aiding and abetting tilt con- sol mice of the »aid spirit«, Mi Nicuois saul, that before e\ tunning any witnesses, lit should put in a pic« show- ing, that according to the naturi of the \ct, ln= dient basing been onie icqmttcd of ion cc»bn0' Ihi snini, Ihi lunch could notcntnr tain a fresh inform vtion for its convcj ince He would cill their worships pirtnulir attention to the ense, as it was ewdent, lilian the Ait «ns...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 September 1842

SPECIAL NOTICE. [Iii Subscribers to this Paper, and the Public generally, are lectfully informed, that in future following Rule» will be strictly lered to : i Sydney.-No new Subscribers be received without one quarter ig paid in advance, for which ten cent, will be allowed ; the sub plion in advance being 13s. 6d. quarter. i the Country.-No new Sub bcrs will be received without '-a-ycar being paid in advance, which ten per cent, will be ai- red ; the subscription in advance ing £1 1 Is. 6d. per half year ; and Proprietors must be furnished ,.je time with a written under ing that all future payments, li for subscription and charges of crtiscnients, shall be made in piney, or by the hands of an Agent. In all cases, whether in Town or ¡îmtry, the names of persons will ipÄj struck off the subscription list, ¡píen the arrears against them have Pilfjod over twelve months, and pro ISdingsfor recovering the amount tuite will be instituted ,._ Advertisements will be received im persons who a...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 5 September 1842

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. FRIDAY.     BEFORE the CHIEF COMMISSIONER. PROOF OF CLAIMS. In the estate of Thomas Gore and Co., a third meeting : the Australian Auction Com pany, £ 150 ; Will. Drake and Co., £5013s. 4d. ; enry Moore, ¿272 ; W. Bowen and Sou, £9 ; Henry Isler, £23 16s. 9d. ; J. J. Duff, £222 Is. 3d. ; John Donald, £526 Is. 4d.; Charles Page, £77 Is. Id. ; John Gillon and Co., £51 18s. 8d ; Archibald Guides, £138 12». !)d.; P-tts and Bonifant, £46 14s. 6d. ; A. Speck, £46 2s. 6d. ; A. Ancell and Co., £250 ; F. Mitchell and Co., £11 9s. Id. ; Australian Marine Assurance Company, £1570 0s. 6d. ; John J one», £740 9s. (id. ; Captain W. II. Clarke, £1524; John Jones, £50 4s. 9d. ; the trustees of S. F. Mann, £«175 6s. 8d. ; Frederick Dicrgard, £61* Is. 5d. ; W. Walker and Co., £1176 13s.; Richard Jones, £87410s.; Gilchrist and Alexander, £1580 0s. 3d. ; the trustees of Dodds, Blackett, and Aird, £36 3s. lud.: J. U. Maelzcr, £29 6...

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