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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 September 1842

rpHE Proprietors of the Herald * draw the particular attention of their Subscribers to their intention of charging ten per cent, interest on all accounts of up wards of six months' standing. SALES BY AUCTION. ?UOAWT IMVOltYaD rUBM-TUU. Vfl R. SAMUEL LYONS will sell by t"I Auction, at hil Mart, the corner of George-street and Charlotte-place, THI8 DAY, the 9th instant, at eleven o'clock precisely. An extensive and well selected assortment of substantial rosewood, zebrawood, and mahogany Furniture, recently imported, consisting oi Mahogany Dining Tables, twelve feet in length Ditto Occasional Tables Round Tables in mahogany and' zebrawood Rosewood Loo Tables Card Tables in zebrawood, and mahogany Sofa Tablet Ladies' Work Tables, in rosewood and maho- gany, with and without silk cases and drawers Chairs, mahogany and rosewood, in hair seating and coloured leather Easy Chairs, ia coloured leather, spring stuffed Sofas, spring stuffed, in rosewood, zebrawood and mahogany > Mahogany Co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 September 1842

S' IHOflOS1, HIPPEUS per Schooner ELIZAHF.T I, to Brummie li.wn, Moreton Bay, _.air: end Clarence River, are requested to forward all geodi to the wharf by Friday Evening Passenger« are also requested to leave their names at the ellice, iu ordrr that the vessel may be cleared at the Custom House ou Satur- day. Storage fra few ton« cargo yet unengaged, persons wishing to take advantage of the prê- tent opportunity, are solicited to make early application, as it is not an every day oinu-rence. Fiei^hts at formerly advertised.- Passages equally low. CHIRLES E JAQUES. Coasting Packet Wharf. Suasex-street. S'.ep'embci 8. 3431 Virât Vosiel tor Hoba.t Two. | IHK line fast tailing first clast brig CAROLINE, --'.»-aäHMjii? ". Coombs, Commander, will sail foi the snave port on the rta instant. For freight or pauage (having excellent «econimoda tirns) «¡'ply to tbe captain, on board, at Cook's Wharf j or to GEORGE THORNE, Lower Georgestrrct. Sydnry, September 9._3j8t Carcoar ana Kinr't ¡>lM...

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NEW ZEALAND MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 September 1842

NEW ZEALAND MISSION. THE following is an extract from the letter of a passenger (unconnected with the New Zealand Mission) on board the Tomat in, lat. N. 3°, long. W. 20°, and dated Jan. 20, 1842 : " Never shall I forget the first Sunday that we assembled, after the days of sick- ness and sufferine;. We were running near Lisbon, and the air was a balmy as a Juue day. Every thing on deck was made clean and trim for the whole party. Every one was dressed in Sunday attire, and the greater number of the company attended. There are altogether. seventy souls on board, and with the exception of two or three sailors, who were employed at the wheel, &c., all were assembled. The Bishop was in his full robes, and the clergy in gowns ; the two chaplains, the Rev. W. C. Cotton, and the Rev. T. Whytehead, wore surplices. The first psalm sung was the 100th, and a blessed thing it was to hear those rich notes sung on such an occasion, when a band of de- voted men were going to the uttermost...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 September 1842

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL THURSDAY , September 9   PRESENT :-The Governor, the Bishop, the Commander of the Forces, the Colonial Secre- tary, the Attorney-General, the Collector of Customs, the Auditor-General, Mr. Campbell, Mr. Berry, Mr. Jones, Mr. Blaxland, Mr. H.   Macarthur, Sir John Jamison, and Mr. J.   Macarthur.   IMMIGRATION REPORT, The GOVERNOR said, that as the discussion of yesterday had been adjourned, at the re- quest of Mr. H. Macarthur, it was his duty now to call upon the honourable member, as he was in possession of the Council. Mr. H. Macarthur said, that if the Gover- nor and Council had no objection, he would defer any observations which he had to make upon the Report, until after the Attorney   General had spoken ; that honourable and learned member hiaing expressed to him a wish that he would adopt such course. No objection being offered, the GOVERNOR called upon the Attorney-General. The ATTORNEY-GEN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 September 1842

SPECIAL NOTICE. *HE Subscribers to this Paper, and the Public generally, are ¡spectfully informed, that in future ia following Rules will bo strictly Ihered to : In Sydney.-No new Subscribers ill be received without one quarter iing paid in advance, for which ten ;r cent, will be allowed ; the sub ription in advance being 13s. 6d. sr quarter. In the Country.-No new Sub ribers will be received without ilf-a-year being paid in advance, r which ten per cent, will be al wed ; the subscription in advance eing £1 11s. 6d. per half year; and le Proprietors nsust be furnished the time with a written under Sking that all future payments, 5th for subscription and charges of ivertisements, shall be made in pdney, or by the hands of an Agent. In all cases, whether in Town or wntry, the names of persons will : struck off the subscription list, hen the arrears against them have ;ood over twelve months, and pro iedings for recovering the amount le will be instituted. No Advertisements will be rece...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 September 1842

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.   ARRIVALS.   FROM Newcastle, yesterday, the brig     Martha, Captain Wells, with coals.   From Hobart Town, the same day, having   left the 29th ultimo, the brig Caroline, 113       tons, Captain Coombes, with a general cargo.     Passengers—Mr. Richardson and child, Miss     Nathan and Miss Haynes : steerage Mr. Pepperall   .*. The schooner signalled to the north- ward last evening, was the Letitia, from the McLeay River.

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AS[?]IZ[?] INTELLIGENCE. MAITLAND CIRCUIT COURT. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 September 1842

ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE MAITLAND CIRCUIT COURT. MONDAY, September 5. Before Sir James Dowling, Chief Justice, and a common jury. The commission was opened this day, and the usual proclamation against vice and im- morality was read. His Honor, at the con- clusion of the reading of the proclamation delivered the following. CHARGE   The learned Judges who have preceded me, since the establishment of a Circuit Court (or the northern co an ties of New South Wales ha*|i|g, on diflcieut occasions, so fully ad- dressed the inhabitants, explanatory of the important objects contemn]atcd by its uistitu tion, it can scarcely be necessqry (although, perhaps, expected) that I should commença our piocoedlllgs by some obsei valions appin '-?« to tills celebration of the solemn rites "tere many pre-' ^tfltf-ffi bear in remembrance that tin» "«"«»y"«' nor second judicial *isit to Maitland for \ poses no** ni contemplation lu 18*9, the Supreme Couit, in its criminal jurisdiction, was adjourne...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 September 1842

          DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE   INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. THURSDAY. BEFORE the CHIEF COMMISSIONER. PROOF OF CLAIMS. In the estate of George Leonard Cooper, an adjourned meeting : Joseph Walfold, £48 4s. 5d. ; H. N. Disney, £35. NEW INSOLVENTS.—The firm of Samuel Peek and Co. surrendered yesterday ; John James Martyr, of West Maitland, surveyor ; a compulsory sequestration has also been filed in the estate of John Thomas Wilson, at the   instance of A. and S. Lyons. MEETINGS FOR TO-DAY.—A special meeting     in the estate of Sarah Robson at ten o'clock ; a third meeting in the estate of Duke and Curtis, at half past ten ; a second meeting in the estate of Patrick Grant, at eleven ; a second meeting in the estate of Thomas Robinson, at twelve ; a single meeting in the estate of James Ford, at one ; a second meet- ing in the estate of T. George Shelton, at half past one;...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 September 1842

BIRTH. At Fordwich, on the 5th instant, the lady of Arthur Blaxland, Esq., of a son.

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT.—INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 9 September 1842

S4W iKT&x,r.kai.xre». SUPREME COURT.-INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. WliDNESOAV. DEVORE Mr. Justice BuUTON. CONFIRMATION OV TRUSTEES. The CHIEF COMMISSIONER moved that the elections of the following trustees be con- firmed. Estates. Trustees. J. F. Carruthers. Walter Gray. Samuel Braun. Joseph Walford and Walter Gray. Edward Borton. Henry Phillips and J. H. Polls. Jacob Goode. Walter Gray. John Collie. Joseph M'Kenna. Charles Hughes, Maitland. James Solomon. The application was granted, after which Joseph M Kenna was confirmed as a provi- sional trustee in the estate of John Make piece. CERTIFICATES OF DISCHARGE. _ The CHIEF COMMISSIONER moved that cer- tificates of discharge be issued to George Lloyd and --- Curtoys, they having com- plied with al! the provisions of the Act : ap- plication granted. In the matter of Pelham Dutton, an insol- vent, who had applied for his discharge: It appeared that the application for a discharge had been signed by three-fourths and upwards of the credi...

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COUNTRY SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 September 1842

I T COUNTRY SALE. I i MR. IJAIUN VVIIITU.-At the Bay Horse, Cas- tlereagh, September 12, Farm on the Nepean.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 September 1842

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. We ¡mel t for the infoi mulina of the Public j <7/¡ Abstract of all the Pub'ic Sales whick I tule Mare I THIS DAY. AIR. liLACKMAN.- At his RoolllS, nt 11 o'clock, Sadlery, Ironmongery, Groceries, Oil ol' Oranges and Lemons, Drugs, Hops, Pic- I tures, Sofas, Bagging, Haberdashery, Coun- terpanes, and Stoves. Foss Axu LLOVI».-On the premises of Mr. Goode, Pitt-street, at li o'clock, House- hold Furniture, Tools, ¿fee. MR. STUIUIS.-At his Mart, nt 11 o'clock, Household Furniture, Books, and Tools; at 12 o'clock, Wines and Linens. MOORE AND HEYDON.-At their Rooms, at 11 o'clock, Beef, Household Furniture, Books, &c. M«. RUNDLE.-Al the Cattle Market, at 10 j o'clock, Hursts, Cart, Harness, &c ; ' at I Mr. Symons'», York-street, at 11 o'clock, I Household Furniture, Seeds, &c. MR. SA.UUI'I. LYONS.-At his Mart, nt 11 I o'clock, Household Furniture, and Wool- packs.

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 September 1842

TffOTICB TO C023BSV01IDDSTB, The press of maller the hit feio days has com- pelled «9 to omit ayrcat deal of our country correspondence : as the Cotmeil is adjourned me shall be able to bring np arrears next week.

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DIARY. [?] to next [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 September 1842

DIARY. Mentor noa ti nozt pnbll atlor. I c_. ""i,._ 1 SUN, | mun TIDE. September. ^ r-ses , ¿^ ', mor|| , __ 10 I SATURDAY I 6 12 I 5 l8 I 12 .-IK I 12 iii ll| s u x u A Y | 0 II | fi iii 1 1 '8 | 1-1-2 First Qunrter, Sept. 12, 2 m. past 2, afternoon

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CHINA NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 September 1842

CHINA NEWS. TUR news from China by the Australasian Pucket, is altogether unimportant. As she was leaving Hongkong the first divi sion of the transports with the reinforce- ments was entering.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 September 1842

DEPARTURES.   For Port Nelson, New Zealand, yesterday, the brig Guide, Captain Wright, with sheep, cattle, &c. Passenger:s—Mr. Morgan, and two in the steerage.   For Newcastle, the brig Tryphena, in bal-   last.  

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 September 1842

COASTERS INWARDS. September 8.—James Watt, steamer, 142, Griffin, from Morpeth, with 20 bags maize,   10 trusses hay, 26 bags bran ; Thomson, 37, Porter, from Lake Macquarie, with coals ; Sophia Jane, steamer, 156, Wiseman, from Wollongong, with 48 bags maize, 84 bags potatoes, 18 bags wheat, and 12 trusses hay ; Rose, steamer, 172, Pattison, from Morpeth, with 60 bales wool, 200 boats' knees, 100 hides, 900 bushels maize ; Countess of Wilton, 111, Wheatland, from Newcastle, with coals ; Mermaid, 15, Doors, from the Hawkesbury, with 400 bushels maize ; Georgiana. 25, McIntyre, from the Hawkesbury, with 1000   bushels maize, 7 tons potatoes, &c. ; Ellen, 15, Thoms, from the Hawkesbury, with lime ; Mary Anne, 52, Williams, from Port Macquarie, with 8,000 feet timber, 20,000 shingles, 20 casks lime, 11,000 bricks, &c.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 September 1842

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. FROM Macao via Samboangan and Anjer, yesterday, having left Macao 19th May, Sam- boangan 23rd June, and Anjer 26th July, the barque Australasian Packet, 180 tons, Cap- tain Parker, with tea, &c. Passengers— Captain Metcalf, and Captain Nichols.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 September 1842

TO BID LET, with immediate potsestîdn, ta a house, Coach home, stables, &c, at» Double Bay, in the neighbourhood of Sydney.! »For terms apply to Mr. T. Hammond, at Mr., Cooper Turner's, 5, Elizabeth-street. 1300 Anna and I remises about two milos from flyúnoy, on tbe Coogee Xoad. TO BE LE T, for such a term as may be agreed on, about twenty acres of Land, situate as above; a house and premises, coach- house, four stall »table, &c , are erected on the spot, which, with a small outlay would prove suitable for the reception of a family. A portion of the land is well adapted for a market garden. Application to be made lo THACKER, MASON, & CO., 3407 Fort-street. POB. ttALB OK TO W, -S'OIT a term of from if ive to Seven Tears, es may be agreed apon, npiIE HOMESTEAD OF GREENWOOD, A. adjoining the Township of Singleton, Patrick's Plains-the high north-western road passes through this property, as also the road to Glendon ; it is situated within halfa mile of the Cour...

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 September 1842

COASTERS OUTWARDS. September 8.—James Watt, steamer, 142, Griffin, for Morpeth, with sundries ; Harriet, 15, Crause, for Brisbane Water, with sun- dries ; Thomsons, 37, Porter, for Lake Mac- quarie, in ballast ; Acme, 18, Bradley, for Broken Bay, with sundries ; Henry, 16, John- son, for Lake Macquarie, in ballast ; Sophia Jane, steamer, 156, Wiseman, for Wol- longong, with sundries ; Paterson, 49, Bur- cham, for the Clarence, with sundries ; Rose, steamer, 172, Pattison, for Morpeth, with sun- dries ; Maitland, steamer, 103, Parsons, for       Port Macquarie, with sundries ; Mary Ann, 7, for the Hawkesbury, in ballast. The Australasian Packet put into Sambo- angon on the 19th June, where she found the London whalers Marshall Bennett, and Cyrus, also, the Scotch barque Ann, Captain McAlpin. The latter vessel had struck on a reef to the westwntd of the Islands of Santa Cruz, in the Straits of Basselan, where she remained about sixteen hours, but...

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