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GENERAL REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 6 September 1842

H .. OEXERAL REMARKS. .. I ¡I Monday, 29th.-Strong south wind until after m three s «.'. ' ¡I ..,,-, ..-.vu vocieusoutti'by cast, H continuing strong. Sky much charged with ?M ciimulo-cirro-itratu«, until about 9, a.m., M and occasional light rain ; afterwards clouds M more broken, reverting to the cuinulo-stra S tus formation, which remained through the H day, overspreading geuith, Atmosphere ? very damp and raw, without rain, ai.d after B 8 o clock very chilly and cold, lill after sun Wt set, when clouds partially dispersed, and li air milder,. Some trifting show ei ; in the night, wind moderate from west of r.iuth. ' Tuesday, SOtii.-Cold raw morning, overcast with ciimulo-strnttis, which dispersed before noon, bearing eastward. Wind moderate, S south-west by south ; veered south after 10, 1 mid east by south by noon ; after 2. r. M., 1 freshened "from south-east by SRUt|i, and blew fresh till sunset, then due south ; after- wards dense masses of cumulus and nimbus carne up from s...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND BOOK SOCIETY. MR. GOODALL'S SECOND LECTURE ON GEOLOGY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 6 September 1842

CHURCH OF ENGLAND BOOK SOCIETY. I MR. GOODALLS SECOND LECTUaE ON OE0LOQY. Origin of Springt.-In the explanation of the perpetual circulation of water, given in Ut« last lecture, was stated, thç oççu.r{en,çe of j springs, or as ,t may le iermej., ranean di-amago of the *W.i lates brough the pore* «¡XÄ? gravel and sandy Uks, an&' crevices of the etilcareo'ussàft ped by some impcrrious bed ,S when, instead of contim.W ¡ft coni-ss, it runs over the su,fa3 and when that stiatn terrain t^ foithmtheformofasprirfe passage from the sea as vnriour $ ance as a spring, undergoes m,\ alterations; even in it? C0»dS ram, it becomes charged with a?k from the atmosphere, nndfreateT1 muriatic ac«..chloride of ,1*r irregular admixtures. In nerctfi strata, waterabsorbslimeS», ncs.a, miniate of soda, silica, ,«3 neral ingredients, which, a Ä superabundance, is deposited m21 less quantities when ¿owing ¿Ä face.. Hie matter thus Uta** the substances it comes in Z$ and forms the well kno,n^ called ...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 6 September 1842

BOWiaSTZO XWXZX.llíl»BX?CBf I TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY. Society ïjà thi'atife7. rïea'^nWro^tj.Tq ïî)hsh ín° or ¿09 persona s'-it' dU-nl1 ''AV'cT&ft tPcWk tile bijsjnesg of tjie nibt'ting commenced; 'and Mr. Howe wa« ¿ú¡¡¿4 /Vife ipj/àjj1, The Cn mum in having e\prcti,^d hi) Jjjgji gratification at the piesence of so large an a^ernbly, referred to the origin and giowth t'ftlie ^oçicijT. He had confidence that its piinuplès would find their \,ay jnto eveiy toiWi and ev, biy'cottace throughout'the cofo ?)V; m '>«} }lr$eà upon Hie membeis the import- ance of t^'içUy aijhprlljg to'tliosb principles ihemsehos,' and of installing t]jeni into the illili»;, 0} ttyejl childi eil. ' B Mi. White, the Secretary, ilien announced that his Excellency the Governor had'been requested to take the chair on the occasion, and had expressed his readiness to do so, only that he was of opinion that it was much better íhuí. soir-c person who was a teetotaller should poetóle'.' Ml. XV hi te ft¡s.. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 6 September 1842

THIc MISAT »iva«, TltlAX. SAT, AW» XBiuraiM-r, reif» schooner >0R'ÏV1 t/MBURL AND, 60 tons burthen, will sail for these places, positively, on Friday, fcp. Freight« and passages on a low Apply to CHARLES 1?. JAOUE$. Císüu* Eaokci'Wbäri. SusW-street, N.B.-FrclghTi to' Le paid at the Wharf. Sydney. September 5. 3269 *o aha citiztss of ?sduev. Gentlemen!-! beg leave to apprise you of my intention of. deering mysel,i as . C'aa'didate 'tor the ojiiçe Of Councillor io» the Brisbane Wa%d. Should 1 be succesiful at tie election, I pledge myself that it shall be my cons'ant study to guard ycur interests with every possible care and attention. I have tfce hon.i-f »g "32, asntiçiàcu, ' Your m'oit obedient servant. 3152 THQMAS 8M~JDMQRK> , To tb« C1 tzar.« of Sydney. GENTLEMEN.-I beg to announce to you, that it ia my intention to offer mvs»" - a Councillor for rh'"'- '"..1 ?" ,v. ««»"» «î I . -..j. nara, w w *WM o' my election I pledje »yself to guard your in- terests to the utírmcst. I b...

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THE MARKETS. (From the Launceston Courier, Aug. 22.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 7 September 1842

THE MARKETS. (From the Launceston Courier, Aug. 22.) Cataract Mill.-Fine Hour, 20s. per lOOlbs. ; 20 per cent. 17s. ; 12 per cent. 16s. Bran, Is. 5d. per 20 lbs. Pollard, Is. 6d. per 20 lbs. Wheat, from 5s. 6d. to 6s. 6d. per 60 lbs. Supi'ly Mills.-"Wheat, 5s. 6d. to 6s. 6d. Oats, 4s. to 4s. 3d. Barley, 5s. to og. 6d. Fine Flour, 20s. ; seconds, 18s.; thirds, 16s. Union Steam Mills.-Wheat, 5s. to 6s. 6d. ; barley, 6s. to 7s. 6d. ; pollard, Is. 3d ; oats, 4s. to 5s. 6d. ; bran, Is. 4d. ; flour, first quality, £20 per ton ; seconds, £18 ; thirds, £15. Butcher's Meat.-Beef, joint, Gd. per lb. ; ditto carcase, 5d. per lb. ; Veal, 8d. per lb. ; mutton, joint, 3Jd. per lb. ; ditto, carcase, 3d. per lb. ; pork, 8d. per lb. Return of Grain and Flour exported from the Port of Launceston, during the week ending the 6th August, 1842, in- clusive :-Oats, 981 bushels, Wheat, 3400 ditto. Flour, 36 tons 17 cwt. Return of Grain and Flour imported into the Port of Launceston, during the week ending ...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND [?]XT[?]ACTS. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From the Launceston Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 7 September 1842

VAN DXKAXEN'rf ¿AND IXTIACTS LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From the Launceston Courier.) This body will assemble on the 24th in- stant, when several very important mea- sures will undergo discussion. We have received drafts of the following Acts : " A Bill to amend the Laws in force in this Island, for the distribution of Insol- vent Estates, and for making further pro- visions in respect thereof." " A Bill for admitting articles the pro- duce of New Zealand into this Island aud its Dependencies, duty free." " A Bill to amend an Act passed in the second year of her present Majesty, inti- tuled an Act for regulating Marriages in Van Dicmen's Land and its Depen- dencies." "A Bill to amend an Act passed in the second year of the Reign of her present Majesty, entituled, au Act for Registering Births, Deaths aud Marriages, &c." "A Bill for preventing the Counter- feiting and Uttering of foreign Coin legally current in Van Diemen9s Land." "A Bill to amend and consolidate the Laws now in f...

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DIARY. Memoranda for This Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 7 September 1842

- - ' ? --^*"- --»g-?»<-----» DIARY. ___BsTonioranaa for This Sar tj""t,lml%"_ I SUN, I HIGH TIDE. September. j ¿^ , ;etfc ', mQnl , w n 7 | WEDNESDAY | 0 lu | 5 45 | 10 6 j 10 30 First Quarter, Sept. 12, 2 m. past 2, afternoon

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 7 September 1842

COUNTRY SALES. Mu. L. Wiiitc-At Mr. J. Wilson's, Plough and Horses, Richmond Road, September S, Oxen and Sheep. The Siiciurr.-On the premises, at Liverpool, September 8, Horses, Gigs, Cart and Har- ness, Household Furniture, &c.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 7 September 1842

TO OOKXBBrOKSSHTI, Hibernicuä is inadmisible ; were we lo insert his letter we should be bound to insert art answer, and then he would reply, and we have neither space nor inclination for any lengthened correspondence on the subject.

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The Sydney Morning Herald. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1842. " Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." BANK INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 7 September 1842

asfxt &!>fcnrj? áttormng 3brraHr. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1842. -m " Sworn to no Master, [of no Sect am /." BANK INTEREST. We rejoice to hear that the Directors of the Colonial Banks have arranged to hold, in the course of this week, a general meet- ing of their Boards, to discuss the grave and important question of a reduction of Bank Interest. And it is a remarkable coincidence, that in yesterday's Herald we had to announce, from information brought by Monday's arrivals, that the same question had been occupying the most serious attention of the Banks and the Government at Hobart Town, the former having actually signified their intention to reduce the rate of interest to eight per cent., and the latter having been taking evidence, before the Executive Council, ns to the propriety of introducing a usury law. These are significant "signs of the times." They show that there is "a pres- sure from without"-that the monetary > affairs of New South Wales and Van Die men's L...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 7 September 1842

BIRTH. On the 13th ultimo, at Burmina, Maneroo, the Lady of William Whittakers, Esq., of a daughter. At Goulburn, on the 3rd instant, Mrs. Robert Craig, of a daughter. On Tuesday morning, the 6th instant, Mrs. A. McLean, Bent-street, of a son. On Sunday, the 4th instant, Mrs. James Smith, of Smithfield, Eastreen Creek, of a daughter. DIED. On Sunday last, after a lingering illness, Georgiana Rose, wife of Captain Boyle, of the Government brig Governor Phillip, aged 27 years.   At Forcett, Pittwater, Van Diemen's Land, on the 18th August last, James Gordon, Esq.          

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NEWS FROM CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 7 September 1842

NEWS FROM CHINA. Previous to the sailing of the Sultana from Singapore, intelligence several days Inter than ¡ that previously received in Sydney had been received. It was stated that the Emperor, had retired into Tartary, being apprehensive of a visit from the English if he remained at Pekin. A boat of the American frigate Constellation, when sounding in Salt Junk River, was warned off by the Chinese by some blank shots, which not being taken notice of, the Chi- nese fired at the boat with grape, which fell but little short of her. Commodore Kearney demanded satisfaction for this insult to the American flag, and the Chinese had made the most ample apology for the mistake. Orders had arrived from Calcutta, making the settlement of Hongkong, for the pre- sent at least, a mere military post, of which Major-Gcneral Buriieli,, C.B., had been appointed military commandant. All the officers holding civil employments on the island were ordered to join their re- spective regiments forthwith...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 7 September 1842

IMPOUNDINGS. Blackman Swamp Pound.-July l8 : One brindled cow, white back, branded I on off rump, apparently M under, ID on ribs some side, c on shoulder. One red heifer, white rump, bit ofT near car, unbranded. If the above cattle are not released on or before thç 21st of September, they will be sold.-J. CoilCKOFT. [fls. 6d. Dunuoo.-August 20 : one black and white bull, no brand apparent; damages £5. One brindled cow, right horn broken, branded on oft'side (W), on ofF shoulder apparently W, near rump apparently F\V, near shoulder 2, side apparently'B. If the above'cottle are not released before the l'ith of September, they will lie sold. W. JFFrxnT. [9s. 9d. Petersham.-August 23: One dark brown or black mare, two white feet, star on fore- head, white snip on the nose, branded on both shoulders, on the one IM, on the other E, long tail, two fore shoes on. If this mnre is not released in twenty-one days, she will be sold. W. Tavener. [9s. 3d. Pitt Town.-August 27 : One bay horse, hin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 7 September 1842

eAHfSBftlïOW x>M*lXO*. TH B Subscribers are informed that Mr, D. L. Spillane is appointed Agent for the Sydney Morning Herald, in the Campbell- town, and iilso in those districts where lie is appointed by the Govern- ment to collect Quit-rents, excepting where other agents reside. j September 5. |

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GO[?]T [?]Z[?] TUESDAY; SEPTEMBER [?] 184[?] CITIZEN LISTS. Council Office, Sydney, 6th September, 1842. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 7 September 1842

m - _ - - ooTusMin OAxaxva. TUESDAY; SEPTEMBER Oí 1841, CITIZEN LISTS. Council Office, Sydney, (ith September, 18t2. It is requested, that all persons claiming to be enrolled on the citizens list3 for the City of Sydney, or objecting to the enrolment of others, vyill deliver to the undersigned, at tho Legislative Council Office, in Macqnarie street, written notice thereof, in one or other of the form« following, ns may bo necessary, lind, incase of objection, n siiniliar notice.Ip the party objected to, on or before the 15th day of September instant, as required by the provisions of the Sydney Corporation Act, ö Victoria. No. 8, R. O'CONNOR, Town Clerk. D. Notice or Claim. To the Town Clerk hf Sydney. I hereby give you notice, that I claim to have my name inserted in the Citizen List of the City of Sydney ; that I occupy (here describe the house, warehouse, counting house, or shop, ¡hen occupied by claimant,) in the City ; and that I have been rated in wai d, (here state the ward, o...

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To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 7 September 1842

To the Editors of the Sydney Mommy Herald. UEVTLEMEN,-Allow me through the medium of your journalj to cnqutrc what the electors uudcr the Municipal Act are doing7 It is true there oie a few candidites in the field, but can it be Slid that then qualifications aie a specimen of the futuiereprcsentativesof such a community as tliPt of Sydney ' It is high time theic was a movement arnon/the Con- sol vative party of this city, mil it they still evince the simetaidy neglect of duty, us they have hitherto done, 1'iey may repent their apath} when too lite riieio arc numbers, who fiom then wealth and tilents aie fully qualified to the discharge ot Municipal honours Let then a committee at once bo organised, and piopcr candidates foithwith selected, that we muj overt from us the dire diFgracc of being idle and listless spectators, when dut} demanda prompt and eneigetie movement Yours A CONSERVATIVE ELECTOR. h lien the Citizens Lists aie printed, wfitch Mill be in the com se of the week, word ...

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HUME RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 7 September 1842

HUME RIVER. The wheat crop looks remarkably well, abundance of feed for cattle, «ix now sta tions formed 150 miles down the Rncr Hume, from the crossing plice, ut a place called \ank} Bli e Bl ick , the nitiics aie rather troublesome and dingeious foi a single pei son to go out A grent w mt of female society up in this quarti r , u few of the late importa dons would get good husbands m a short time if up here In the township there is a stoic, a splendid new inn, ncirly finished, to be called the Hume, n bl icksmith s and wheelwright s shop, and also two new houses about to be erected this will be one of the most flourish- ing purts of the colon}, as with a hoc a min can chop up near an acre a da}, and beautiful soil

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CITY ELECTIONS. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 7 September 1842

CITY ELECTIONS. To the Editors of the Sydney Mommy Herald, j UFNTtrMFN,-It is most gratifying to find, that so long before the day for the election of the Citv Council, that several public spirited citizens huí e airead} dcteimined to sacuficc fcr the good of the community, part of the lune so valuable to themselves our new city ow es tbcin thanks for this eui 1} manifestation of zeal, and I hope tint othei gentlemen, who deem themselves qualified b} then abiht} and station will ft it nv the pniseworthy ox ample, and aflord tho electors a choice of candidates, from whom the most eligible may be selected Mun citizens who possess talent, may per- haps refiain from coming befoie th» electors, thiough not having duly estimated the im- portance of the sei vices they may render oui new city , but if these gentlemen will re- collect, that many evils may arise on the outset of the proceedings of the Council, through inexperience and want of judgment, thej maj prob ihly be tempted to sacrifi...

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RESOURCES OF THE COLONY. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 7 September 1842

RESOURCES OF THE COLONY. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning llcrahh I fiiN'-'EMEN,-It is necessary for the future promeut} of the colony that all possible means of augmenting its icsourcos should be attended to I do not therefore maivel that your original coirespondence should contain to many suggestions on this head, but the cb iff must be w mnowed from the wheat, and we must ord} adopt those that we behcie judicious. 'Hie subject of our staple wool lias been ncaily exhausted, and otu attention must be ducctcd moie immediately to cattlcj cnneidjjrmg tile rapid increase, of tins stock, snU the gi eat amount of capital invested m it Ihe only forms in which the produce of our herds can bo exported at piesent, are hides, horns, and tallow, and the source of profit hcie, is the sale of the carcase for colonial consumption, but it is to be expected sirco i check has boon gnon to immigration, and othei unfoilunate cn cumstmccs in which the colon} is involved Hint the population cinndt i...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 7 September 1842

BOMBSTIC IWTBH.IOBNOJB. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. _ _ Tuesday. UEFortE the CiiiEi' Commissioner. In the estate of Henry Brook Wray, a spe- cial meeting was held yesterday, when Joel John proved a claim for £21 18s. Gd. A special meeting was also held in the estate of Henry Townshend, but no claims were proved. An adjourned meeting took place in the estate of George Leonard Cooper, when some evidence was taken, and the further hearing of the case adjourned till to-morrow, the 8th instant.

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