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

GOULBURN. Sememuer 2.-The ball of the first class came off at the Royal Hotel with great eclat on the 24th ult., and, as may be expected, the morn- ing of the 25th was well in before the spirit in the least abated ; and the annual ball came off at the Salutation Inn last night, and though the morning was ushered in with Scotch mist, which continued to full during the greater part of the day, it did not prevent a sprightly_ company of beaux and belles assembling in the ball-room, and some wcic astonished when daylight broke in upon their vision next morning. Fine flour is now selling at the mills for 17s. per 100 lbs., but lhere is no fall in the price of bread, tho 2lb. loaf being 6d. ; and although we arc in. the vory midst of a pas- toral district, butcher's incut is as high as in Sydney. John Nunan, a blacksmith, residing nt Bungalorc Gap, was drowned on Uic night of the 1st instant. He had been ou n visit to a neighbour, and was returning after night ; the road on which ho had t...

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N[?]W[?] FROM THE IN[?] (From out [?]arious Correspondents.) WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 7 September 1842

News from the Interior.   (From our       various correspondents.)   WINDSOR.   A most barefaced robbery was, the other day,   committed on the Richmond Road. As William Catt was returnmg from Windsor,,   about 3 o'clock in the afternoon, he was met   by a man near Clarendon, who made a nish at him, and snatched his watch from his fob the miscreant immediately took to the bush with his booty, and, Catt not being so nimble as ha) (.scaped lm hlsi itowcvcï, known by the port} lobbed, although lib Is not avvtirb of his llame. It is to Do Hoped that the lobber will shoitly he captured, and meet with that punishment which so danng an ouliage de mauds The watch is double cased, (silvei), No 8638 Rvcinq -In these dull time», when most things 01 e at a stand still, it is pleasant to have a lclicf horn that nionotonv to winch all paitics aie sitbioctcd Sope of the spoiling vvo...

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

COASTERS INWARDS. September 6.—Sophia Jane, steamer, 156, Wiseman, from Wollongong, with 101 bags wheat, 17 bags maize, 419 bags potatoes ; William the Fourth, steamer, 56, Sullivan, from East Gosford, with 1000 feet hardwood, 40,000 shingles, and 500 rails; Trial, 36, Young, from Brisbane Water, in ballast ; Thistle, steamer, 127. Mulhall, from Morpeth, with 25 bales wool, 30 trusses hay, 50 bags potatoes, 35 bags maize, &c. ; Shamrock, steamer, 200, Gilmore, from Morpeth, with 100 bushels wheat, 20 trusses hay ; Nautilus, 40, Johnson, from Newcastle, with coals ; Timbo, 123, Bentley, from Port Phillip, with sundries ;   Rover's Bride, 40, Boyce, from Newcastle, with coals.

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

COASTERS OUTWARDS. September 6.—Harriett, 43, Richards, for   Newcastle, in ballast ; Sovereign, steamer, 119, Cape, for Morpeth, with sundries ; Clarence, 67, Thompson, for the Manning River, with sundries ; Shamrock, steamer, 200, Gilmore, for Morpeth, with sundries ; Thistle, steamer, 127, Mulhall, for Morpeth, with sundries ; Trial, 30, Young, for Newcastle, with 11,000 feet sawed timber ; William the Fourth, steamer, 56, Sullivan, for East Gosford, with sundries : Sophia Jane, steamer, 156, Wiseman, for Wollongong, with sundries ; Cricket Player, 15, Eales, for the Hawkesbury, in ballast ; Julia, 12, Prater, for Shoalhaven, with sun- dries ; Brothers, 13, Walker, for the Hawkes- bury, with sundries ; Northumberland, 17, Dennis, for Botany, in ballast ; Bee, 12, Toole, for Kiama, with sundries ; Lucy Ann, 55, Thrower, for William's River, with sundries ; Rover's Bride, 49, Boyce, for Newcastle in ballast. The Challenger arrived at Port Macquarie, on Sunday last. The...

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

SALES BY AUCTION. To Wine aierebants, Vublleaas, ana Others. F0S8 and LLOYD will sell by Auction, at their Reoms, Lower George-street, THIS DAY, the 7th instant, at 11 o'clock, precisely. Ten caslcs Dunbar'» ale, 3 dozen each Ten casks ditto, stout, 3 dozen each Ten casks, in 3 dozens, Port wine fwenty cases fine old Port Ten cases Sherry _Terms at Sale._3237 Bleb InawM, Handkerchiefs, muslins, Thread«, Oanvas, 4to. I^OSS AND LLOYD will sell by auction, at their Rooms, Lower George-street, THIS DAY, 7th instant, at 11 o'clock profisely, Four cates shawls, consisting of Rich Indiana embroidered shawls Ditto ditto ditto handkerchiefs Ditto satín ditto shawls Ditto Challi ditto ditto Ditto satin Clunie ditto Ditto brocade and damask ditto Ditto satin embroidered and damask hand- kerchiefs Ditto Indiana silk-hroidered shawls, light Ditto ditto ditto dark One case imitation cambric muslin and handerchiefs One bale brown canvas One case 8-4 figured and damask dark shawls One case black li...

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SOUTH AUSTRALI[?]N [?]CTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 7 September 1842

»OUTS AVBIKAIIkN X.X.Ta~U.CTS. Port Adelaide a Free Port.-The iucreascd charges on shipping at Port Adelaide, and the new taxes on imports, have renewed the discussion of a subject which, many of the early settler» will recollect, was anxiously considered by them on the es ùilishment of the colony, and previous to the first imposition of customs duties and harbour dues. The strong feeling then entertained, by all who had most calmly considered the matter, in favour of maintaining the ports of South Australia as free entrepots tot the shipping - " - 1 . , 1 -, I and goods'of all nations, Has becu so much strengthened and confirmed by recent circumstances, that for our own parts wo have arrived at th« conclusion that the prosperity, nay, the verr existence, of South Australia chiefly depends on main- taining its commercial relations with the mother country, with the neighbouringcolo nies, with India, and with all nations, on the footing of perfect and unrestricted freedom. ThccoHw/aer...

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[?]ORT[?] [?] THE YEOMANRY CORPS. (From the Patriot.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 7 September 1842

                        PORT PHILLIP EXTRACTS.   THE YEOMANRY CORPS. (From the Patriot.) A meeting of persons interested in the     proposed Yeomanry Corps, was held at the Police Office, Frederick Berkley St.   John, Esq., one of Her Majesty's Justices   of Peace for the territory, and Police Ma- gistrate of the town of Melbourne, in the chair, for the purpose of taking into con- sideration the following letter from His Honor the Superintendent : "Melbourne, 28th July, 1842. "Sir,-It is my duty to inform you     that your communication of the 6th June, and a copy of the resolutions passed by a a number of gentlemen desirous of form-       ing a yeomanry corps in this district, have   been...

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

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. We insert fur Hie information of the Public, an Abstract of all the Public Sales which lake nlafíc I * '"" THIS DAY. j ross and Lloyd.-At their Rooms, nt 11 o'clock, Millinery, Haberdashery, Port and Sherry Wines, Ale, Stout, Flour, Gun- powder, Axes, Bridles, Earthenware, fee. Pickeuinu and Lucas.-On the promises, opposite the Police Office, George-street, at 12 o'clock, a Cooper's Stock-in-trade. Mu. Blvckman.-Athis Rooms, at li o'clock, Jewellery, Gold and Silver Watches, Guns, Window Glass, &c. Mr. S. Lyons.-At his Mart, at 11 o'clock, Cloths, Cassimeres. Doeskins, Cord, Drill, ShootingCoats, Moleskin Trouser*, Worsted Hose, Port Wine, Paint, Needles, Fish- hooks, Pork, Lead Pipe, Iron Piping and Gultcring, &c. Ma. Stubbs.-At his Mart, at 12 o'clock, Allotments in the Great Kensington Pro- perty, Purramalla-slreet, two Allotments at Careening Cove, Milsom's Ferry, and two Farms at Brisbane Water.

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

SPECIAL NOTICE. TUE Subscribers to this Paper, and the Public generally, ara îespectfully informed, that in future tha following Rules will be strictly adhered to : In Sydney.-No new Subscribers will be received without one quarter being paid in advance, for which ten per cent, will be allowed ; the sub- scription in advance being 13s. 6d. per quarter. In the Country.-No new Sub- scribers will be received without half-a-year being paid in advance, for which ten per cent, will be al- lowed ; the subscription in advance |beina: £1 11s. 6d. per half year ; and *the Proprietors must be furnished at the time with a written under y, p taking that all future payments, Srthoth for subscription and charges of (^{advertisements, shall be made in !f-áí,Sydney, or by the hands of an Agent. Si In all , Í in all cases, whether in Town or ¡^«¡Country, the names of persons will É*$be struck off the subscription list, gtpvheii the arrears against them have igslstood over twelve months, and pro jSpic...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 7 September 1842

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. From Port Macquarie, yesterday, having left   the preceding day, the steamer Maitland, 103 tons, Captain Parsons, with 3500 feet timber, 100 bushels lime, 20,000 laths, 13,000 shingles, 10 tierces beef, and 13 bales wool. Pas- sengers—Mr. Chares, and four in the steerage.

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

I OliaiNAIi CORR»£PONDBNC£, To the F.dilois of the Sydney Morning Herald. Gentlemen,-In my first letter I stated cheap land defeats the object of the land fund, by assisting to rise the price of labour, und endeavoured to show, although this had the approbation of Dr. Adam Smith when ap- plied to America, in the position that country was in when he wrote, or that she may be in uuw, yet Pr, Smith's Witóiui ttocg apt ?u vb* vlôUsly ïppljf.to NéWSoUlh Walei," SI ile colonists have to purchase their labour hy the sale of land, I shall now resume the subject. It ia a truism, that the relation between capital mid labour must be such in every prosperous community as to admit n profit upon the out- lay of capital sufficient to make the invest- ment desirable after payitig tins wages of labour. It was but recchtly tile worÇs of labour tiht up the wholb oF the profits ol' tiie sheephblder, leaving him an increase of num- bers, certainly, but as these could not be dis- posed of, they only incr...

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

EXAMINATIONS.   In the insolvency of John Neilson The insolvent was, on the 20th of August,   examined by Mr S K Salting, and deposed as follows: I have books m my shop in Hunter-street from Decembei, 1832, I have a regular series of books, I have only the day-books and ledger, together with the book now before the Court. Neither you nor Mr   Spark had any opportunity of getting paid without my knowledge. Neither Mr Spark nor you received payment in a greater propor- tion than any other creditors. Mr S K. Salting sworn by the Commis- sionri, and examined by Mr Owen, deposed about September 1810, I first became ac- quaintcd with Mr Neilson's affairs. I was a creditor at that time, as far as I can recol- lect, to the amount of about £1700, lot goods only He told me his affairs were em- barrassed. The insolvent applied to me and A B Spark for pecuniary assistance, which   we gave him upon security, viz. the assign- ment of all his pro...

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

JTcr Wort Macqu*rio, SforAjjfrt, npHE Port Macquarie ^Jjjiaf3»*3Sv ?*- Steam Packet William I'araonj, master, will leave the Com mercial Wharf To-morrow JaYÇBÎng, the 8 th iait<| n{ 0 p. », ' 3300 mtemtèlonê te min éitMi uta Silsbaae Water, per Steamer William XV. THE Manager, meeting with no encouragement, hereby cancel« the above arrangement. The vessel leaves the Albion Wharf twice a week, as hereto fore,- day and hour to be ascertained at the Whatf. Fares and freights as usual. Sydney, 6th September. 33*3 For Melbourne Port ïnlllip. THE fine last-sailing BRIG CHRISTINA, 7&ffl\ffi& Captain Birkenshaw, will posi -r^^jri^n tivcly sail for the »hove Port on Sunday, the Uth instant. Has room for pas- senger's, and a few tons of light freight. Apply to the Captain, on board, or to A. B, SMITH and CO. 32(9 Susset-street. roa rRsxoax oa obastis. THE fine hst-sailiog BRIG DAWSON, -"MB1.1 jk p_ Price, Esq., commander, aa^ir««»».»- burthen per register 230 tons, ...

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ENGLISH [?] MORBID SYMPATHY WITH CRIMINALS. (From the Examiner.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 September 1842

BirOS,!» BXTBA.CTS4 "morbid sympathy with cm . ., . MIN ALS. (From the Examiner.) A savage murder is committed, the bar t barity horrifies the public, the assassin is execrated, he is tried, convicted, . and sentenced to death, and from that moment the horrible murderer becomes the exemplary penitent, with whom pious ladies pass hours in prayer and tender discourses. The local paper, which before teemed with details ol' the cri- minal's atrocities, is now full of traits of his saintly state of mind, his devout spirit, his edifying resignation, and above all, his sayings in acknowledgment of the services of the chaplain, who has opened to hitn the promise of the glories ol' the other world, and, after him, of the go- vernor of the gaol, who has treated bim willi the kindest consideration, as if he were his own son. An example of this class has just been presented at Notting- ham. John Jones wa? convicted of the murder of a young woman, whose throat he cut, saying that if they could n...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 September 1842

I ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. We insert for the information of the Public, an Abstract of all the Public Sales which luke plact THIS DAY. I Mr Poi »ck-At Ins Mait, at 11 o clock, Soap Ti bacco, lea, Wines, nnd sundry Mci ellan due Mu BriNNiNi)-\t the Dunbaiton Castle, nt 12 o clock, Household ruinitme, Cedar, iiansfer of License, aftei winch, Allot mints of the 1 ive Dock lann, and L°ase of Land in Dixon sticet Mit S L»ons -At the Stores of Messrs \ Ii Smith and Co , at 11 o clock, Slops, Spirits, Wines Ale, and Portel How An» and Wirsow-At their Mart, at half past 6, p in , Books, Music, 61c |

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[?] CORRESPONDENCE. MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 September 1842

I'' OBxaiNTAti oamtsspoiniairaB. MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. . GisTiFMbN,-As the time is now fast ap pi caching when the Municipal Act will come I into opti ellon, it is absolute!) neceas ir) tint some steps shoull bo taken to ensure net urn of candida! cs pi meily qualified foi the mi poitant oflicc of council! >rs and it anything »»as wanting to confirm this opinion, the hints (given m a Patuot s letter) that appeared in the Ihrulil of Monda), relative to the class of pel sons aliendy canvassing, is quite sufficient to awaken om fcais, and arouse us to evcition ni older to ptevent so lamentable a di ginee norn falling upon us But I ti list, both foi the lcspectabilil) and »velfuc of the c lion), lint the friends of those gentlemen whose names now ñguic so conspicuously on the candidate list will sea the pi opucty of their immediate withdrawal And it those gentlemen would only consider how unquilincd the) ire for the arduous duties, anil gi ...

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COUNTRY SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 September 1842

COUNTRY SALE. Ma. L. White.-At Mr. Wood's, in the Pa- rish of Castlereagh, September 12, a Farm, containing 160 acres.

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DIARY. Memorands for This Day [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 September 1842

DIARY. stYe.i.ortinda for This Bar I *"."!.",. I SUN, I HIGH TIBE. September, J ri,B, | ,'eta. \ m0"L| oven 8 | TiiuuspAv | 6 It I g -I« |10 51 | II l8 Virst Quart!*!', Sept. li?, 2 in. past 2, nflernooii

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The Sydney Morning [?] THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1842. "Sworn to no Master," of no Sect am I." BANK INTEREST. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 September 1842

©fit &gtm?j> ¿Ranting ?ljfraïî)r. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1812. -K Sworn to no Mästet / of no Sect am I." BANK INTEREST. If. " The rate of interest," says M'Culloch, " supposing the security for and facility ef repossessing the principal, or sum leut, to be equal, must obviously depend on what may be made by the employment of capi- tal in industrious undertakings, or on the rate of profit. Where profits are high, as in the United States, interest is also high ; mid where they are comparatively low, as in Holland and England, interest is proportionally low. In fact, the rate of interest is nothing more than the net profit on capital ; whatever returns are obtained hy the borrower, beyond the interest he has agreed to pay, really accrue to him on account of risk, trouble, or skill, or of ad- vantages of situation and connection." " Since money is the basis of all trans- actions," says Sir Richard Phillips, ' ' a man borrows at some rate of interest, to gain a higher rate by ...

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[?] [?] COMMISSION OF ENQUIRY. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 September 1842

j »0ßIB3TXOIHTHX,lIOlV0B. |¡¡ COMMISSION OF ENQUIRY. M Wednesday. ¡ii Before Messrs. Fisher and Bloxome, Cod missioners, with a Common Jury. ' THE QUEEK 1). 1ICDSLEVVI1ITG. Mr. Turner, who conducted the caseii] the Crown, having read the coniniissii which was in the usual form, called the K lowing witnesses. James Charles Stewart, deposed: 1 w« clerk in the Treasury ; I have been exam» some accounts rendí red by Messr«, Heiler white and Vickery, from the 3id FebriM 1840, to 3rd September, 1840 ; 1 find theyej due £ Ki0.1 17s. for orphun dues, being at Ú: nile of 1J per cent, under the Auction A: The sum called orphan dues is appropria^ to orphan dues ; the sum appears ¡lue by ti own accounts Christopher Vickery deposed: I w partner of the firm of Hebblevvhite fromW tol8H¡ I swore to the accounts no* p» (luccd, as being correct. This letter is înù handwriting of Mr. Williams, and is lil by Mr. Hebblew'liite. The letter was nag read as follows " Mr. Christopher Vickery, Hunta-ilrei " ...

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