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[?] INTELLIGENCE. MAITLAND CIRCUIT COURT. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 September 1842
AsaxzH iNiiLi,iaiiHca. MAITLAND CIRCUIT COURT. WEDNESDAY, SCPTEIIBER 6. ISEFoRb the CHIEF JUSTICE anda co union Jurj John Tipian, George Ciaig, and li Aha ham Dunes, an accessory attei the fief, were placed at the bar to take their trial for killing a sheep, with intent to steal it, the propel ty of John Johnson, of Peel s Rive) Patrick Lynn, n sh&lt; phord of Mi lohnston s deposed I hat he had seen the two first pn sonéis engaged in skinning a sheen of Mr fohuson s and had paitaken of it when cooked, being feai lui (hat if he refused to c it any that the pusoners would kill lum The witness hud not uiloimcd the supeiinten lent of (be station ol the theft, until he, the wit ness, was remoled from the station, being m dread that the pnsoneis would take their re \engc on lum In nnswci toa question by ii n luror, the witness s iid, tint shepherds li id occasionally been illowed to kill a sheep when shoitol rations, and Lilian und Ciaig were shepherds of Johnson s nt the time ol ...
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 September 1842
(.«aXSlATXVH COVNCI&, I FalDAY, .Sci'TEMnER 0. I Pni SENT- Hie Goioinor, the Bishop Hie Co 1 »ntal Secrclniy, the Attonuj Gciicril, th Lollictoi of Cn toms, the Aulitor Gi nor d, Mr Cninphell, Mr Benj, Mi Joins Mr Bli vi uni, Mi II Mucnithur, mid Mr J M»cal thin ADJOURNrO DFBATL-IlEPORT 01 HIL, IMMIGRA I ION COM MI TILL The GovMtMUt, after I lio members lind tnkei their seats at the t ible imd, that the qucstioi still bil io the Council uns on the lint ie-,o hit on on the Report of the Inimigiation Coin mutee winch li id been proposed by the Ci loui-il Scciotniy on Wednesday Tlmt Re port embraced so mun) topics and those t ipie were tit Mich great un pot lance, that be should not be )iiMified in withholding the expressioi of his opinion on the nust nnportnnt point, it all events, more especi illy ns his opinioi was opposed not only to the opinions ot mum of the honourable members present but nisi to the opinions of th mujont) ol pcop e on ofdoois He felt too tlmt m exploring...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 September 1842
BIRTH. On the 8th instant, at Sydney House, George-street, Mrs. Samuel Benjamin, of a daughter. MARRIED. On the 8th instant, at the Independent Chapel, Pitt-street, by the Rev. Dr. Ross, Mr. N. Bushby, of George-street, to Susannah, fourth daughter of Mr. Joseph Thompson, of &nbsp; Pitt-street, Sydney.
The Sydney Morning Herald. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Seal am I.' BANK INTEREST. III. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 September 1842
©ht â»lmr» fttonu'na $?rraitt. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 18*2. "Sworn to no Master, of no Seal am /.'* BANK INTEREST, in. IN our first article on tliis subject, we noticed the singular coincidence of our ha- ving had toWnounce, on the previous day, that measures were in progress at Hobart Town, both with the Banks and the Go- vernment, for effecting a reduction of in- terest on money. The coincidence is now still more striking and complete ; for we yesterday had the pleasure of publishing the official notification, from all the six Banks in the sister-colony, that the re- duction had actinlly taken place. The new regulations, so promptly and unani- mously adopted, arc-that on three months' hills, the interest shall be eight per cent. ; that on bills beyond three months, and also on oter-duc and renewed bills, and on cash credits, ten per cent. ; that interest on current accounts should cease ; and that on deposit receipts, puyab.c at three months' notice, there should be allowed live ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 September 1842
SPECIAL NOTICE. IRE Subscribers to this Paper, and the Public generally, are pspcctl'ully informed, that in future |ie following Rules will be strictly ¡dhered to : In Sydney.-No new Subscribers ill be received without one quarter |eing paid in advance, for which ten ter cent, will be allowed ; the sub cription in advance being 13s. 6d. 1er quarter. In the Country.-No new Sub sribers will bo received without lalf-a-year being paid in advance, or which ten per cent, will be al pwed ; the subscription in advance £eing £1 Us. 6d. per half year; and he Proprietors must be furnished it the time with a written under liking that all future payments, oth~for subscription and charges of jdvertisements, shall be made in jydncy.or by the hands of an Agent, "J In all cases, whether in Town or fjjbountry, the names of persons will ¿Se struck off the subscription list, ylhen the arrears against them have fitood over twelve months, and pro- ceedings for recovering the amount JÜue will be institute...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 September 1842
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE, I INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. &nbsp; Meetings for To-day-An adjourned meeting in the estate of Thomas Hawkins, at ten o'clock, a single meeting in the estate of &nbsp; Thomas Boyle Loane, at eleven , a special meeting in the estate of R G Hadden , a single meeting in the estate of William Pear- son, at half-past twelve , and a special meet- ing in the estate of Thomas Botts Humphrey, at half past twelve. NEW INSOLVENTS-The following schedules were registered yesterday, having been filed on the 8th instant - Samuel Peek, of Castle- leagh-street, Sydnev, merchant, Joseph Webb, of George street, Sydney, mer- chant, Samuel Peek and Joseph Webb, of George-street, Sydney, merchants. The following schedules were filed yesterdny - John Lett, of West Maitland, storekeeper, and George Maughan, master mariner. &nbsp; &nbsp; PORT Pim LU LIND.-Yesterday's Goiern ment Gazelle contains a notice th it thcie will be a land sale at Melbourne on Wt (t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 10 September 1842
o£L.iet'i*aBfcx>Tov x«r nitxaut. HP ii E Subscribers ¡ire informed -". tbat MR. D. L. SPILLANC is appointed A^ent for tbe Syilniy Morning Herald, in tbe Campbell- town, and also in tho«e districts where he is appointed by the Govern- ment to collect Quit-rents, excepting where other agents reside. September 5. _ ____ Vor melbourne», Pott Fn.lllr. i A'R- HPHE FINE SCHOONER *v^S'4o\ .?» TIMBO, iyïgjjW A 1,123 ton», will sail fcr »ho V* ^T - *"* ubove pc rt on or tbout the 23r»I instant. For frti¿l t or pa »nae app'y to J. li. Mu 1 CALPE, 3517 Lower Georgo.slrcet. I Tor itao Say cf »Innata anti Auckland. i (TI. T H E fine hacket Brig rt&lt;feMk A HWrOUAX, «KAJOW' A. 1., 1G0 ton», C. H. Ihomai 4^®B Commander; will sail in a lew days, tor ircijht or i ssssgf, having s'iperior ae I c.-modutir.n, apply to the master on bjaid at the Queen's Wharf, to W. Drake and Co , or to J. B M ETC ALKE. I September IO. Lower George street. _3515 ron noiwniY maao-r. TO SAIL ON TUB 20TII INSTAN...
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 September 1842
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. Stock on hand, 3rd instant.-B. P. rumi 163,003 gallons ; brandy, 230,940 gallons; giiu | 58,918 gallons; othct spirits, 70.3G9 gallons; I fig and Cavendish tobacco, 641,501 pounds; Brazil ditto, (¡4,824 pounds ; leaf ditto, 41, IS9 pounds; cigars, 86,418 pounds; snuff. 12,631 pounds. Received dining the week.-Nil. Delivered for home consumption.-B. P, ruin, 1,627 gallons; brandy, 1,395 gallons ; gin, 260 gallons; other spa it«, 51 gallons; fig and Cavendish tobacco, 5,178 pounds; Brazil ditto, nil; leaf ditto, nil ; cigars, 57S pounds ; snuff, nil. Delivered for exportation.-B. P. ruin, nil; brandy, 907 gallons; gin, 10 gallons ; other spirits, 96 gallons ; fiir and Cavendish tobacco, 298 pounds; Brazil ditto, nil; leaf ditto, nil ; cigars, 4G pounds ; snufl', nil. Stock on hand, 10th instnnt.-B. P. mm, 101,378 gallons; brandy, 228,038 gallons ; gin, 58,648 gallons; other spirits, 70,222 gal- lons ; fig and Cavendish tobacco, 639,028 Sounds; Brazil ditto, 01,824...
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 September 1842
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. London.-GOVERNOR H ALKE PT, R. Diere, agent, 13th September. London.-CLARINDA, 216 tons, A. B. Spark, agent, 13th September. Launceston.-WARLOCK, 101 tons, Do- naldson, Dawes, nnd Co., agent«, 18th Sep- tember. Port Phillip and Launceston. - SEA- HORSE, Bo) d and Co., 17th September. Port Phillip.-CHRISTINA, 122 tons, A. B. Smith and Co., ngent, l'th Septembei. Port Phillip.-TIMBO, 123 tons, J. B. Metculfe, agent, 2ird September. Bombay.-C A N D A H A R, 642 tons, Thacker, Mason, and Co.. 26th Septembei. New Zealand.-BRISTOLIAN, 160 tons, Metcalfe, 16th September.
COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 September 1842
COASTEKS OUTWARDS. September 9.-Thom is and Mary, 14, Picket, from Brisbane Wuter, with sundries; Shamrock, steamer, '200,Gilmore, for Morpeth, wiih sundries ; Mermaid, Brown, 20, tor BrUbuie Water, with sundries ; Express, 24, Graham, for Brisbane Water, wiih sundries; John and Chailolle, 93, Collins, for Newcastle, in ballast ; Nautilus, 40, Johnson, for Newcastle, with sundries; Hanger, 12, Lnverick, for Brisbane Water, mid Port Aiken, in ballast ; Northumberland, 47, Chandler, for the M'Leay, with sundries; Young Queen, Ü, Watson, tor the Paterson, with sundries; Rover'» linds, 49, Boyce, for Port Stephens, with sundries; Dooe, 13, Hart, for Brisbane Water, in bull.i-f September 10.-Elizabeth, 58, Riley, for Moreton Bay, with sundries. Passengers Mr. and Mrs, Nail mid child, Mr. and Mrs. Evans, and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Ox eiihain mid two children, Messrs. Cro.igh, Burrell, Ryan, Oresliro, and Williams. Ped- lar, 10, Henderson, for Wollongong, with sundries: Sally, 31-, Gri...
EXPORTS. Vessels cleared out from the 3rd to the 10 instant, inclusive. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 September 1842
EXPORTS. Vessels cleared out from the 3rd to the 10/A i instant, inclusive. Septembers.-WILLIAM, 119 tons,Thom, master, for Launceston ; 27 hales gunny bags, 5 puncheons and 12 ca*-ks rum, 91 logs cedar, 2 casks brandy, 2 casks nnack, 2 cask» 11 cn9es gin, 1 cosk wine, 11 casts sngnr. 1 ensk cider, 1 cask ginger, 1 case preserved ginger, 178 bags sugar, b bales bags, 50 rl.ests tea. September 3.-NELSON, 2Ki tons, Rogers, master, for South Sea Fishery ; »haling stores. September 8.-GUIDE, tons, Wright, master, for Poit Nelson, New Zealand; 52 tons shooks, 12 barrels tar, 15 casks pitch, 3 hogsheads 30 barrels, 133 bags flour, 1 cask oatmeal, 12 cases 3 casks oilman's stores, 2 bales calico, 20 cases wine, 6 boxes pipes, 12 barrels bread, 1 bale twine, 8 cases mustaid, 51 half-boxes soap, 3 bales 4 cases slops, 100 cedar boards, 4(¡6'0 feet cedar, 20 kegs white load, 14 bags rice, 39 barrels pork, 15 bags salt, 95 hams, 3 crates earthenware, 1 bale blankets, 7 cases shot, 40 casks bee...
VESSELS LAID ON FOR THIS COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 September 1842
VESSELS LAID ON FORTH1S COLONY. I FROM LONDON DIRECT.-Spartan, 400, Macey, merchandise, April 23. Duke of Manchester, ¿00, April. St. George, 883, Siigin-ue, April26. Giraffe, 264, Mooie. Glcmwilly, merchandise, May. Kinnear, merchandise, June 3. Eden, 420, Boyce, merchandise, A pi ii 30. Tapley,:i5Q, MftHory, merchandise. Sons of Commerce, 431, Williams, April 20. Harlequin, ?¿HO, Harrison, merchandise, April 25. Trial, 430, Day, mer- chandise, April 23. Aden, 422, Waddel, mer chandise, April 16. Morley, 580, Evans, merchandise, April 25. F ROM LIVERPOOL.-Co/omlii«», 276,Wukein, May. Jf ROM P«»HT PHILLIP.-Duke of Richmond. John Pirie. FROM HOBART TOW«. - Surry, Scotia, schooner. Urambie, H. M. B., 10 guns. Fly, If. M. S., l8 guns, Blackwood. Oratava. FROM LAUNCESTON. - Saerates, Grant. FROM NEW ZEALAND.- Bee, brig, 140, Cheyne. Ariel, Finlay. Harriett. Margaret, M'Kinnon. Scotia, schooner, Cook. Susan- nah Ann, schooner, Anderson. Supply, 128, Brown. Ann, schooner, 62, Steel. Brigh...
SYDNEY MARKETS.—FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 September 1842
I SYDNEY MARKETS.-FRIDW. | WHEAT MARKET.-There has not been any alteration in this market since our last. The supplies from the country continue limited, and for the best samples the millers are giving 7s. FLOUR MARKET.-No alteration in this market can be quoted. The sales are confined to the trade, and in this the usual business has been done. The millers are firm at the following prices, namely : Hollingshed. Credit. Ca(h. Cn dil. C.i.-h. Fine . 21s. 20s. 1!)«. 18s. Seconds. Ids. 15s. 17s, los. Ration . 14s. 13s. las. 14s. Bran . 2s. 2d. 3s. BREAD.-The 2 lb. loaf still sells for from 3jd. to led.; but the quality at many of the baker's shops is very indifferent. MAIZE appears to be on the advance, the dealers arc giving from 3s. ßd. to 4s. 3d. per bushel ; one sample realized 4s. 4d ; 1200 bushels were nlso purchased at one of the wharfs at 4s. 3d. The retail prices arc now from 4s. b'd. to 4s. !)d., but nu advance is con- templated. BARLEY AND OATS remain as last reported. HAY.-A...
The Sydney Morning Herald. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1842. "Sworn to no Master, of no Sect am I." VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Morning Herald — 12 September 1842
©fie &»tonrj» JBorm'ng ftrrAllT. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1812. -? "Stoorn to no Master, of no Sect am I." VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. HOBART Town papers to the 2nd instant, came to hand yesterday. Petitions in fa- vour of an usury law were being got up to be presonted to the Legislative Council. The amount sf the Estimates, for the year 1843, was £ 148,577. The price of stock was said to be on the increase. The price of wheat remained without any Alteration