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Legislative Council. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5. (Continued from our last publication.) CHURCH ESTABLISHMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 October 1843
TnunsarA, Ocroasn 5. (Continued from our last publicatlon.) CHURJCH ESTA1L1ISHMENTS. The CoL. SecnRranY said, as it was- past eight o'clock, the council might wish to adjourn. The estimate was as follows - CHURCH Or En? LAND. SYDNEOY. The Right Reverend the Lord Bishop £ a. d. of Australia ................... 2,000 0 0 Forty nine clergymen-two at £460 each, one at £350, seven at £250, twenty.eight at 8£200, seven at £160, and four at £100 each per annum ............. ......... 10,070 0 0 Allowance in lieu of forage for one horse each, to eight clergymen, at 2s 6d per diem .................. 366 0 0 Allowance for the maintenance of two boatmen on the river Hawkesbury 36 10 0 Travelling expenses for clergymen on duty ......................... 250 0 0 Allowance for house rent to six cler. gymen, five at £60 each, and one at £,0 peraanorm ................ ~350 0 0 13,072 10 0 PORT PHILLIP. Three clergymen, at £200, £150, and £100 respectively .............. 450 0 0 Special grant for St....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 October 1843
NOTICE TO AGENTS. Tr HOSE whose names appeared in the imprint of the late " Austral asian Chronicle." as duly accredited Agents, are requested, and hereby authorised, to collect all Accounts due, in their respective districts, to " The Morning Chronicle," from the 1st of October instant. MR. THOMAs HIGGINS is anthorised to collect the accounts for Sydney, and he will give receipts, signed by MR. MICHAEL D'ARcY, the Publisher of the " Chronicle."
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 October 1843
1.fJ tppng ..?tellgc.ncr. ARRIVALS. OcTonea 8,-From Launceston, havinog left the slt instant; the schooner Phabe, 89 tone, Bennett, with grain. 8.-From Launceston; having left the 4th instant, the brig William, 149 tons, Them, with grain, &c. Passengers- Mr. and Mrs. Salter, Mrs. Lindley, Lieut.Stourton,96th regiment; Mr. end Mrs. Fuller and two children, Messrs. M'Guire, Kavenagh, and Mr. and Mrs. Castillo.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 October 1843
THE LATE " DUCHESS OP SUSsLx.," -As the fact is becoming the matter of general discussion, teat in the event of the death of the King of Hanover, and of the Crown Prince, his son, the question cf tile title of Sir Augustus D'Este to the throne of thnt kingdom will create some controversy, the following letter from her Royal Highness (the Cousress of Ameland) to Sir S. Dillon, will not be uniote csti g. It is dated so long back as December 16, 1811:- "* My dear Sir-I wished to have answered your last letter, but having mislaid your first, I did not know how to direct to you. I am sure you must believe that I am delighted with your pamphlet; but I must confess I do not think you have stated the fact quite exactly when you say (pace 25) ' that the question is at rest between me and the Duke of Sus. rex, because the connection has not only been de. clared illegal by sentence of the Ecclesiastical Court, but has been dissolved by consent-that I have agreed to abandon all claims to his na...
THE CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 October 1843
'I']l E CIHRONIC. . .W.EDNESD-4Y, OCTOBER 11, 1843. " Be Just and fear not, Let all the ends thou alm'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."a Wa alluded last week to the very " stringent" Provisions of the " News Paper Act," requiring, on the demise or disqualification of any News Paper Proprietor, new Affidavits, with all the particuilars of the existing Proprietors, to be made under the penalty of a heavy fine, and these affidavits, &c., not havihg been renewed according to law,: the Publication of " The Australasian Cbronidle" bei came " illegal.;" and not wishiog'to be a party to snything "' illegal," we have been obliged ,to disn continue thbat Publication. *But, having taken legal -dvice, and. consulted with some of the best friends .f :the "Chronicle," we have re.esaablished that Paper on a new, and, we trust, permanent basis, in order to Insure to its Subscribers a continuance of ,the intelligence communicated by its columns. As a change in the " Name and T...
Maitland. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 October 1843
Tru CRoPs.--The wheat crops in the neighbour. hood of Maitland are now looking extremely healthy,. and are fast coming into ear ; the stalk is remlarkably -strong and fine, and the head promises a meost abunaant oield. All accounts that we have heard from the country respecting the crops are of the most cheeriag djstcription ; everywhere there appears to be "the-promise tt a mrost abuudant haresat. .Inuthe gardenssabout Mlaitland the young peas, polatoes, cabbages, and other vegelables look nto a very flourish ing condition, and there can be little doubt that the spring will be a highly abundant one.-bMailand Mercury Oct. 7th. lihat lARV .RT,-The hay harvest has commenced in this district. Some very fine crops of oaten hay have been cut-at East Maitlaud. The weather. is very propitious fur the harvest.-Ibid.
GENERAL EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 October 1843
A GENERAL EDUCATION. NiXT to the blessings of Religion, and .a good form of Government, an approved system of " Edu. cation" is of the greatest impurtance to every member of society, and to the Commonwealth at large. That the-kind of education generally to be had in the byegone days of this colony was not as good as should be desired, is not at all aurpriinog, considering the materials of which the great mass of he inhabitants and the generality of the Teachers were composed. The matter for surprise, is, that there should be any thing bordering on a good education, rather than that it should be so defective. We canoct concur with Dr. Lano, in one part of his intended " Resolutions," "that the present denomloational schools are ' totally' inadequate to meet the wants of the colony." We admit that they require to be improved, but we'maintaid' that "some" of them are efficient, nay, very etlici?nt, and we refer with pleasure to the three large Roman Catholic Schools, now conducted by t...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 October 1843
MARRIAo ?.--LOOk at the great massb of marriages that take place over the whole-world; what poor, contemptibtle'afairs they iare. A few soft looks, a wale, a drnce, a squeezo of hand, a popping of tite question, a purchasing of a ceratin number of yards uC white satin; a ring, a Clergyman, a stage or two in a hired carriage, a night to a country ton, and theo whole matter is over. For five aor six weeks two sheeptsh.looking persons are seea danRglig on each:other a arm, looking at water*falls, or making morning calls, and guzzlinag wine and cakes ; then every thing falls into the most mo notonous routine the wife ills on one aide of the hearth; the husband oir jhte other, and little quarrels, lttle' pleasures, little cares, and little children, gradually gather around them. This is what ninety-uine out of a hundred find to be the delights of inatrlinony, A SURVIVOR OF THB 44th.--" Camp Deeaa, March 2 -This morning a strange man came into camp, covered with haiir, and almost naked, h...
WATERING THE STREETS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 October 1843
WATERING THE STREETS. - Sea.According' to the experiments made, by Dalton, the evaporation of water from a amall surface, at a temperature of 180 degrees (which may be taken as the heat of the sun in this latitude), :under apressure of 1616 (which may be taken as nearly the pressure of the atmosphere),-is 15 grains per minute. If the small surface be taken as containing one square foot,* anudthe number of square yards to be watered 100,000, and if we suppose 'the barrel of water to weigh one ton, the evaporation of water in each minute will be one barrel.; And if the average time of'illing and discharglogýeach barrel be taten at 60 minutea, the number of carts reqisred would be'the same, and if the cost of each per day be 10s. the expense for half (180 days) would b.'e 6400. If the smal?l aurface'be taken as containing one fourtht of a square foot,' and which no doubt from the nature of the elperimeot is nearer the fact, both the evaporutiou and expense would be increased in like pr...
Original Correspondence. THE LABOURER IS WORTHY OF HIS HIRE. To the Editor of the Morning Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 October 1843
D? IgtatltL QOWeCýspoolr n o1nce -o THE LABOURER IS WORTHY OF HIS HIRE. To the Editor of the Morning Chronicle. S n-.Having lately seen a letter in theHe rold,' from Mr. George M'Leay, stating that he had ad. vertised several times for ten shepherds, and that onily two had applied for the situations; he says that proves there is no: a suayciency of labourers in the colony. Now thie fact is notorioue that there is not only a sofficiency, but that thereis a superahbun. dance of labourers in the" market at Fresent. Buit most of the labourers have very great objections to go far up the country, and for a'very just re'ason for what is? or where can there be 'a greater:di&. appointment to that man who leaves his native land and comes sixtee~n thousand miles to better his'con dition in life, to go to the bush, an exile from society; there to live unknowing and unknown, there to earn his bread with the double sweat of his brow, with=; out any consolation whatever but the hope (thai ...
Supreme Court. SATURDAY OCTOBER 7TH. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 October 1843
supreme eourt. -0 SATURDAY OcTonn 7Trn. Before his honor Mr. Justice Burton and the following jury:-James Milsom, foreman, John M'Manus, John M'Donald, Robert M'Iotosh, William Moore, Lewis Morgan, Hugh M'Roberts, Robert Gerard Moffatt, Robert Morris, Jeremiah M'Crohan, William Marshall, and Charles Martyn. David Reid Shearer, late of Sydney, chemist, was indicted for having, on the 1 th September last, set fire to a house and shop 'in: Pittstreet, then in his occupation. There were eight counts stated In the indictment, charging the prisoner variously with setting ire to a dwelling-house, an aboriginal native being therein; then with intent to injure William Moffit, the owner of the house; and also with intent to defraud David Jones0 Chairman of the Australian Assurance Association. The prisoner pleaded not guilty. Counsel for the prosecution, Messrs. Foster and Windeyer, Attorney, Mr Johnstone; for theprisoner, Mr. Therry, Mr. Broadhurst, and Mr. Mitchie, Attorney, Mr. Dillon. Mr....
INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. (PROOF OF CLAIMS before the Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates). SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 October 1843
INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. -a ('ano or CL asrabefore the ChlefCommbssoner ofe rslven t Estates). SATURDAY, OCTOBsR 7. In the estate of Henry Terry Sheldon, a secondt adjourned meeting was held, and the following claims; were proved : Fitchett and Strong,21 5s lid; J. P.. Thomson and Co., 31 17s; Sydney Banking Com-. pany, 3,6911 15s; J. Kenyon, senior, 1001 17s; the Bank of Australia, 3521; R. J. Want, 10114s Id;. Union Asiurance Company, 2791 12s ; the Austral asian Marine Assurance Company,5651 15s 2d ; G. Hill, 1391 10s. In the estate of E. A. Hickey, a special meeting was held, and the claim of John Broadwood and and Sons for 5911 2s was proved. In the estate of W. Drake and Co., a special meeting was held, and the following claims proved : T. and M. Woolley, 101 15s 3d; Ramsay, Young,. and Co., 401; Cruikshanks, Melville, and Co., 2621 19s 8d; the Bank of Australasia, 4291 ; James Brown and Co, 12251 Os 6d ; (linger and Gibbs, 1241 19s 5d; 11. A. A. Morehead, 31141 16s 2d Freeman, 27...
ELECTION OF CITY COUNCILLORS. BOURKE WARD. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 October 1843
ELECTION OF CITY CO UNCILLORS. BOURSE WARDI. The election of three councillors for this ward, in' the room of lessrs. Hososkig . s, and d.Owen, took lace at the Court of Requgsts o??? ,8aiurday. last. The stateof the poll a its close, totrsLo'clock, was as follows:- n '"" Driver ........."......aC.... 148 Brown. ........... ".. ..... 140 Thurlow .......... ....... 140 Blackman ......... ...?..... 18 Coyle ; .... ?... .... 100 Williams ................... 84 Mr. Blrown and Mr. Tburlow. having an equal number of votes, the aldermaen ad assessors will have to decide which will stand drit on the poll, as one of other of them will have to resign his seat on the 301h instant. COOK WARD. The election of a' councillor' for this ward took place on Monday, at Darlinghlurit'court house. At the closeo of the poll the numbers were as follow :! Jenkins ................... 71 Woolley .................... 43 lMr. Jenkins was declared duly elected. GIPPS WARID. The election of two councillors for th...
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 October 1843
Tu??sDA, Ocronrn 10. NEW INSOLVEBNIa. William Hawthorn, carpenter, Pitt-street, Sydneys Debts, 1001 Os lid ; assets, personal property, 91 2s; balance deficiency, 01l 18s lid. James Gannon, victualler, Philllip-street, Sydney; Debts, 8921 Os 7d; assets, landed property, 1001; personal property, 61 2s; outstanding debts, 861 16s 10J ; balance deficiency, 6431 9s 9d. Edward Bailey, O'Conuellrstreet, gentleman: Debts, 2161 19sa; assets, • personal property, 161f balance deficiency, 2011 19s.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 9. (Before the same.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 October 1843
MONDAY, .conDBRa 9. (Before the same.). In the estate of Charles Robins, a special meeati- . was held, and the following claims proved : B. C.. Rodd, 201; J. Portus, 1131 12s 7d ; L. Duguid, 221 2s 7d ; Thomas Dee, 2501 10s. In the estate of J. H. Grose, a first meeting was held, but no claims were proved. In the estate of John Smith, a first meeting was held, but no claims were proved. In the estate of Robert Tod, a first meeting was held, and the following claims proved r C. W. Roe mer, 341 6s 4d; W. Walker and Co. (a cootingent claim), 160118e 6d. In the estate of Edward Sparke, senior, a first meeting was held, and the claim of the Bank of Australasia for 221 10s was proved. In the estate of George C. P. Living, a first meet. ing was held, but no claims were proved. In the estate of George Rowley, a special meeting was held, and the following claims proved: Charles 'Tweedy, 211 Is; Campbell and Co., 2131 8s 11d; Clarke Irving, 891 Ils ; A. Emanull, Ill 9s. NEW INeSOLVNTS. Mitche...
AUSTRALIAN WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 October 1843
AUSTRALIAN WOOL. Feao our English advices, received pp to the 20th June last, we have'much satisfaction in an nounciog to our readers that a steady and gradual advance is taking place In the price of wool. From the 13th to the 29.h June an immense number of bales of Australian wool were sold at an average increase of ljd. per lb. This is indeed gratifying intelligence, which we couLdeoitly anticipate our next advices will not only confirm, but also bear us out in the prediction that it is the harbioger of that golden era of prosperity to which our enterprising and indrfatigable culoniats are so deservedly entitled.
PROGRESS OF TEMPERANCE.—GREAT TEA PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 October 1843
PROGRESS OP TEMPBRANOE.-GREAT TEA PARTY. Tas advocate for " total abstinence" from intox. loating drinks, is the soundest " Political Econo. mist;" his system.of "' retrenchment" in the expen diture of his finances is an excellent model for our Members of Council, who seem determined to " go the whole hog," in cutting down the pay of public officers. The '! Teetotaller" cuts off whatever is usseless-or noxious.in his " drink," and expends his. little means on wholesome "solids;" so'should the economical financier cut off all useless salaries, but should take care not to apply his pruning knile too close to the wages of those who do the " solid" work of the State.' And we are glad to learn that some of our Members of Council, and other public. Functionaries are going to attend the grand " Tea Party" to be given by the " Teetotallers" on next Monday evening, in the Old Court House, Castle. reagh.street. There they will see the blessings of retrenchment, in the abstinence from injuriou...