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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 September 1842
COASTERS OUTWARDS. SEPTEMBER 7.—Mary, 15, Turner, for the &nbsp; Hawkesbury, in ballast ; Alfred, 12, Horper, for Brisbane Water, with sundries ; Tryphena, 131, Abercrombie, for Newcastle, in ballast ; William, 21, Thomson, for Brisbane Water, with sundries ; Elizabeth, 32, Shepherd, for Newcastle, with sundries ; Louisa, 10, Legge, for Maitland, sundries. The William Fulcher, for London, has all her &nbsp; dead weight on board, and is taking in wool fast. She is expected to sail in all this month.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 September 1842
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. COASTERS INWARDS. SEPTEMBER 7.—John and Charlotte, 93, Collins, from Newcastle, with coals ; Alfred, 12, Horper, from Brisbane Water, with &nbsp; 400 feet timber ; Fly, 10, Legge, from Bris- &nbsp; bane Water, with shells ; Harriett, 15, Crause, from Brisbane Water, with 30,000 shingles, 1000 feet timber, 1500 palings, 5 boxes oranges ; Maitland, steamer, 103, Parsons, from Port Macquarie, with sundries ; Express, 24, Graham, from Brisbane Water, with 11,000 feet timber ; Defiance, 16, Hall, from the Hawkesbury, with 400 bushels corn, half ton bark ; Rose, 28, Ford, from the Paterson, with 500 bushels corn, 5000 feet timber, 13,000 shingles, 5 tons potatoes ; Ranger, 12, Laverick, from Brisbme Water, with shells.
VESSELS LAID ON FOR THIS COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 September 1842
VESSELS LAID ON FOR THIS COLONY. FROM LONDON DIRECT.—Spartan, 400, Macey, merchandise, April 23. Duke of Manchester, &nbsp; 500, April. St. George, 383, Sughrue, April 26. Giraffe, 264, Moore. Glenswilly, merchandise, May. Kinnear, merchandise, June 3. Eden, 420, Boyce, merchandise, April 30. Tapley, 350, Mallory, merchandise. Sons of Commerce, 431, Williams, April 20. Harlequin, 350, Harrison, &nbsp; merchandise, April 25. Trial, 430, Day, mer- chandise, April 23. Aden, 422, Waddel, mer- chandise, April 16. Morley, 580, Evans, merchandise, April 25. FROM PLYMOUTH.—Bramble, H. M. B , 10 guns. Fly, H. M. S., 18 guns, Blackwood. FROM LIVERPOOL.—Colombian, 276, Wakem, May. FROM SCOTLAND.—Duke of Richmond, mer- &nbsp; chandise, March 11. FROM PORT PHILLIP.—Timbo, Caledonia, Westbrook. &nbsp; FROM HOBART TOWN. — Surry, Scotia, schooner. FROM NEW ZEALAND.—Bee, brig, 140, &nbsp; Cheyne. Ariel, Finlay. Harriett. Margaret, McKinnon. Scotia, schooner, C...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 September 1842
»O» »Ott* MfcOQtTA.1 X» ir- milE TACKET SCHOONER ^, 1 UARrANNB, will positive »ail for tbe above "_ on Sunday next. Freight, 20». For dead «eight and other freight as WILLIAM DALTON, 3482 l/iiion Whatf. TOS CA1CUIIA filXBOT, TO 8ATI. IN A FEW BAYS. in- fTtHE FINE Al SHIP nKGjMV *. ISABELLA WATSON, .4Ö|3[ja^ 5's ton*i !. A. M'Donald, cora ^^%^^S* manaor, ha« splendid accommo- dations " for passengers. For pafsage only. Apply to the comni»ndsr, on board, cfif Camp- bell'» Wharf. 3SU0 To tlie euleena of Dyinoy, GENTLEMEN,-! beg to announce to yon, (in order to «nord such cf you a« muy become Councillors of the City, an opportunity of bestowing on me your patronage and support) that I iotcud to offer myself as To ira Clerk for the City of Sydney. I am, Gentlemen, Ycur ob» dient Servant, I EDWARD DORMER O'REILLY. September 7. 3393 , To the Citizens of Syduoy, I GENTLEMEN,-I beg leave to apprue i you of my intention of offering mytelf as ' a candidate fer the effie j of Ccuccillcrfor Gipp...
MECHANICS'SCHOOL OF ARTS. MR. HENRY HOLLINGSHED'S LECTURE ON CHEMISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 September 1842
üf MECHANICS'SCHOOL OF ARTS. | ¡IIImi. hiiniiv iioLr.iNosiitin's mcriinu ok N Tuesday ¿vening, Mr. II. Hollingshed 'ilivered the first of a series of lectures on j licinistry, in the Theatre of this Institution, foie a numerous and respectable audience. I . commencement, thelecturor referred to the ?oat advancement which had boen made in is brunell of science, mid alluded to the cient doctrine that there arc but four elc- I nts, and that matter is destructible ; but, e continued, modern Chemistry teaches us to illow and trace ntoms through their varied anges as they pass through the vegetable irlri into the animal frame, and return thence aiii to inanimate nature, and we perceive they pursue their round of production and cay-their mutability and ¡ndtstruetabilily. midst nil these changes not an atom is ¡itroyed or annihilated, what is called decay ling simply a resolving of matter into its iginal particles. The simple elementary batanees are-Oxygon. Hydrogen, Car 11, Phosphorus, Sul...
INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 September 1842
Iff INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. I lill proof of claims: . ¡In tlio estate of Rees Joneä, a third meol- I g: William Drake and Co., üo'07 6s. f¡d.; chard Capel, £'K)5 11s. 9d. ; the Execu rs of P. M'Intyre, Ü120; Chambers and huilow, Ü44 13s. 3d. ; Thomas Watson, * 17s. til. in the estate of Francis Bellingham, a cial meeting : tits trustees of Henry ion, £3 lils. Ud. It was also proposed at tis meeting, to accept a composition of 7s. (the pound, to be paid in six months by Mr. !illiam Wilson's bills, dated July 1, 18*2; espnt, Edward Baker Bolton, for Union iisiiranei'Company, and John Aforris, who cepted the composition. N.B.-A3 a con- donation for Mr. Wilson giving the bills, lie to receive the property belonging to the Kate. ÍMeiiting ron to-day.-In the estate of eorge L. Cooper, nt eleven.
NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR. (From our various Correspondents.) BERRIMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 September 1842
NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR. &nbsp; (From our various Correspondents.) BERRIMA. SEPTMBER 5— It falls to our lot once more to record the bravery and spirited exertions of Mr John Charker, of Nattai, in bringing to condign punishment those renegades who are the scourge of our land. This morning, Mr. Charker was informed that a bushranger had been at a team en- camped near his house, when he immediately went in pursuit, and after a severe struggle captured the bushranger, who it appears is a man named Barry, and who had been com- mitted for trial for cattle stealing at Campbell- town, and made his escape from the escort on his way to the Berrima Goal. He is now safely lodged in Berrima Goal. The party of the 28th regiment which were &nbsp; stationed here, marched for Sydney this morn- ing, having been relieved by a detachment of the 99th regiment, under Lieut. Gall. A Gentleman travelling on the road, seeing a man standing at the door, asked if he was &nbsp; mast...
[?] COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 September 1842
¿,t XBcxnxAYzvn covxc». Wednesday, SnptnMBF.n 8. Picsent Hie G-ucrtioi, the bishop, the Coromandel of the Foi ce«, the Colonial becietai), tie Attorney General, the Col lectoi oi ( us toms, tlio Audi 01 Generil M Campbell MiBeirj Mi Joins, Mi Bla\l mil Mi H Vlacirthur Sn I J milson, mid Mi J Maianbar COUR I 01 KI QUI SIS Jlio GouifinR pies ntLd to the Council, the Court of Requests Bill, as amended at the second rondin,? mid stund, that in ti inscribing it \ small nildilinn had bein lound in cessait, and as it «as a mue linn it amene'me nt he t ould in ne/j > luina lint tin. 1,11 bi io eomiiiulcd BilliLcniiimittid ind amended, mid 01 lei ed to lit lead a third time the sann, da) AUSIRALA.SI YN SUGAR COMPANY the Anstialasian Sugai Uoinpaii) s Bill was read a thud time and pissed DOUBL\ CONVIC1ED 1 El/txjs IheDiublj colluded I clous Pu lslmioiit Vet Cinlinuition Bill wtsieida third time and pis ni SV1UU1 L EOS 11 RS lRUSTriS 1 he Hill to enable the luislees «t Samuel foster lo gi a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 September 1842
TO BE LEV, with immediate possession, a a house, Coach house, stables, ¿vc, at Double Bay, in the neighbourhood of Syduey. For terms upply to Mr T. Hammond, at Mr. Cooper Turner's, 5, Flizahi»th-«treet. 1300 Vu be Lot at fcetsitnt? Point, A NEAT VERANDAH COTTAGE, con- taining five ro mil, mi'h kitc'.en, grcnary, and outhouses attnclud, together with n small Orchard, and fifteen acres of excellent L»nd under cultivation, nccurcly fenced in, and situated in a moat airy and delightful spot, com- manding a complete »iew, and but a very short distance from the Church, n admirably adapted for a school ¡ possession can be given after the 7th of October tc\t. Application to he mude to E Davi*, at his Wharf, Sussex-street; or, to Mr. James Devlin, Kissing Point 33G1_E. DAVIS, Pyrmont. ron gaXjB ox to lut, ror a torm of trom Flvo to Seven Yoar», as may bo agreed upon, rpHE HOMESTEAD OF GREENWOOD, A adjoining the Township of Singleton, Patrick'» Plains-the high north-western road passed throug...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 September 1842
SPECIAL NOTICE. THE Subscribers to this Paper, and the Public generally, arc respectfully informed, that in future tho 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-ycar being poid in advance, for which ten per cent, will be al [- lowed ; the subscription in advance ¡' beinjj £1 Ils. 6d. por half year ; and the Proprietors must be furnished ut the time with a written under- taking that all future payments, both for subscription and charges of advertisements, shall be inado in $ Sydney, or by the hands of an Agent. jg In all cases, whether in Town or it Country, the names of persons will (I be struck off the subscription list, ¡j when the arrears against them have if Ptood over twelve mouth«, and pro- ceedings for recovering the ...
UNCLAIMED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 8 September 1842
UNCLAIMED LETTERS. The following is the list of unclaimed letters &nbsp; for the month of August, 1842 - Miss Sarah Acres, J. S. Adams, Esq , Surgeon; John Air, Thomas Alston,mason;, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; John Allen, police boat, Alexander Anderson, Ldwaid Andersoi, Prancis Andrc»vs, &nbsp; Giles Andicws, J Anderson Botnnic Gai dens, Samuel Apthorf Mr Apleton,Messr Armstrong and Co , William Arion, George Ashdown, Thomas B Atkin, Esq , A B James Baily,Hunter s River Charles Bnily, Parramatta Road, Mr Baird, William Blight, Mrs Banks, Double Ba), James Barker, George Barron, Carpenter, J boinas Bakei, C. J Bakei Lsq, 1 liornas Bal ela), Austin Barnett, Angus B irnett Janies Baines Mrs Bains, Elizibetb street Sarah Barns, Willia n Barkei, John Barnett lhoinas Bativell.Lsq , John Batton, Joseph Bound, John Bagles, William Bagle John Beaty, John Begg, joinci, Chailes Biggs Ihomns belcher, shoemaker, J Anderson Bennett, Joseph Bennett...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. "WASTE LANDS IN AUSTRALIA. (from the Colonial Magazine for April.) No. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 September 1842
-nrÓlTIB «JTrtACTBi "WASTE LANDS IN AUSTRALIA. (from the Colonial Magatine for April.) No. II. I THE following authoritative opinions and statements upon the subject of the appro- priation of the proceeds of sales of public waste lands in the Australian colonies, are extracted from Official or Semi-Oificial Documents : Lord Goderich to Governor Dnrling, 1831. ' Parliamentary Paper, No. 328. 1831. "The next source from which it has beensupposedafundmightberaised'forthe purpose of promoting emigration,' is from an extended sale of land." Lord Ilowick to the Secretary of the Treasury, 16 th July, 1831. Parliamen- tary Pnper, No. 328. 1831. " And Lord Goderich would more espe- cially call the attention of their lordships ' to the impolicy of applying to the ordi- nary current expenses of the colony, that portion of the territorial revenue which arises from the sale of land.' Tho funds derived from this source should be looked upon, not as forming a part of the income of the colony, and ...
THE CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 September 1842
THE CATHOLIC CHURCH. NONE can be more sensible than our- selves of the nnfitness of a newspaper as a vehicle for theological discussion, or even for the investigation of questions border- ing upon theological ; but what can we do ? Is error to be freely and ev en pro- fusely disseminated, and disseminated without contradiction or criticism, because it has adopted a channel hitherto con- sidered, and properly considered, an un- becoming one for the matter in which the error lies ? With this, we hope sufficient, apology, we propose to consider the words Catholic and Protestant, words just now on every lip, and in almost every news- paper. " JFords are things," said a wise man, and very important things they are, too, when, as at present, they are made the foundation of arguments upon the most serious subjects. A very intelligent En- glish paper gravely stated in a late number that the Catholic Church, in which wo profess our belief, when we recite the creed called the Apostles', is th...
The Syndney Morning Herald. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect. am I." DISPOSAL OF THE LAND FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 September 1842
§i\t &»fcncy ¿îtorning ?îrrallr. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1842. .-H "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect, am J." _j DISPOSAL OF THE LAND FUND. IN our fourth page will be found a number of " Authoritative Opinions" respecting the disposal of the Land Fund, from the time when sales weic first established iu the year 1831 to the present time. Our colonial readers arc familiar with the whole of these opinions, but we rcpublish them for more easy reference, as the attention of the public is attracted to the subject in consequence of Lord STANLEY'S Bill. We may remarkt hat these opinions form an Appendix to Mr. THOMAS "WAXKETI'S paper iu the Colonial Magazins, for April, on the S ile of Public Waste Lauds in Australia.
HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 September 1842
HOBART TOWN. THE Legislative Council of Van Diemen's -Land was opened on the 2-1 th August, lu the opening address Sir JOHN FKANK I.IN dwells on the depression occasioned by the absorption of Tasmanian capital in the purchase of land at Port Phillip, and by the heavy demands for iutercst to be paid to British capitalists. The pro- ceedings of the Council during the first two days were not particularly inlc restinsr. Tile following advertisement is highly important at the present juncture : Iiobait Town, 21th August, 181-2. At a mesting of the Managing Directors of the Bulks in Hobart Town, held this day, at the Van Diemen's Land Bunk, it iva3 resolved : that the following be the torinj of transacting business at their respective establishments ' , from and after the 12th proximo : Interest on three months' bills, 8 per cent.. Ditto beyond three months, 10 ditto ' ' Ditto on overdue mid renewed bills, ditto Ditto, on cash credits, ditto. Ditto on current accounts, nil. Ditto on depos...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 September 1842
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. I We insert for the information of the Public an Abstract of all the Pub'ic Sales which lake tilact THIS DAY. ross AND LLOYD.-At their Rooms, at 11 o'clock, Port and Sherry Wines, Al«>, Stout, Flour. Hams, Gunpowder, Paper Hangings, &c. HOWARD AND WATSOI.-On the premises, Liverpool-street East, at 10 o'clock, House- hold rurniturci &c. MR. I. SIMMONS.-At his Rooms, at 11 o'clock, Ironmongery, and General Merchandise. MR. BLACKMAN.-At his Mart, at 11 o'clock, Dentist's Materialsand Instruinents,Turkey Catpet, Iron Chest, Gold and SilverTussels, &c. MR. S. LYOXS,-At his Mart, at 10 o'clock, 42,000 feet Manning River Cedar, and 10,000 feet ll.udwood Plank; at H o clock, Household Furniture. ?? ? ?? ?. -JJ-_-___? ? -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 September 1842
'?''. ' '* Ç%\ «A!KX>B»_.T-¥OÜ?_&lt;l »ZSTSKCV. ?'_ï MP H 13 Subscribers ¡ire informed r".¡ -*? tliiif Mu. i"). L. SPILIAM: is -' appointed A trent for the Sydiuy ':»; Morning Herald, in th« CampIieH "'.": /uwn, and ¡ilso in tlio^e districts .; where lie is appointed hy the Govern- ment to collect Quit-rents, excepting where- other »gents reside. i ' \\ September fi.
DEPARTURES—NONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 September 1842
DEPARTURES—NONE, &nbsp; CLEARANCES.—The brig Guide, Captain &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Wright, for Port Nelson, with a general cargo &nbsp; &nbsp; and cattle. Passengers—Mr. Morgan, and &nbsp; two in the steerage. &nbsp; &nbsp; CARGO PER " CAROLINE :"—882 bags pota- &nbsp; &nbsp; toes, 3 casks yeast, 120 bags bark, 13 casks &nbsp; fat, 500 bushell wheat, 1 bag onions, 13 &nbsp; trusses hay, and 28 bags barley. &nbsp; &nbsp; The Lucy Ann schooner arrived at the &nbsp; &nbsp; McLeay on Monday last. The Jess and Vixen were taking in cargo there for Sydney, The lark, Isabella, Perseverance, Favourite, and a small schooner built at the McLeay, left there the same day as the Letitia. The Susan, schooner, bound to the Clarence, put into Trial Bay on the 5th instant, and having landed a passenger proceeded on her passage. the Letitia brings about 45,000 feet of c...