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MEETINGS FOR TODAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 21 October 1843
M?atlTNnS FOR TOIDAY,. John Archibald Campbell, a third meeting, at ten o'clock. I Samuel Peek and Co., a special meeting,at ten. Archibald Miossmnan, a second meevipg, at eleven. Joseph Hyde Potts, a special meeting at two. .. S'TArTTICtl O BjAikING."rL-Wo beg to acknowledge the receipt of. this small pam. Iphet, by blr. John CUrr, contalning some very valuable statistical returns of the'adiset and liabill ties of the banks, with their cepitaland protlls, and suggesting a remedy for the present monetary dis. tress of the colony. Mir. Curr has evidently given this alltimportant subject lis riost serious attention, and the tnterences. drawn, and the propositions ad vanced by him appear to be theu. esult of calm and dispassionate enquiry. We hope to. be able to make au extract troem his work in our next publica tion, and in the meantime recommeind its general perusal.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19. (Before the same.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 21 October 1843
TIIURnnDAY, OcronBe 19. (Defere the same.) In the estate of John Jenkins Peacock, a first meeting was held, and thil following claims proved r Thacker, Mason, and Co , 1701 10s 2d ; Lamb and Parbury, 3091 lis; Samuel Lyons, 3191 7a 4d. In the estate of Edwin Augustus lHickey, a special meeting was held, but no claims were proved. In the estate of Ischard Dawson, a special meet ing was held, but no claims were proved. In the estate of Bowen Mansfield, a special meet ing was held, and the following alasms proved James Curtis, 13; J. Gablett, 311 7s 64.; Stone and Ilolle, 161O9s 6d; W. Beames, 241 9G 10d; it. Bourne and Co., 231 Os 4d; E. Manniog, 1991 93 9d ; P. W. Plomer proved a claim, but as he held security to an equivalent amount, the sum was not entered. In the estate of William Henry l'yrer, a special meeting was held, and the following claims proved t William 1ebblewhite, 1741 3s 41; the Bunk ol New South Wales, 2861 2s 10d.
GREAT REPEAL MEETING IN THE CURRAGH OF KILDARE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 21 October 1843
GREAT REPEAL MIEETIN IN THE CUR RAGH OF KILDARE. -o (From the PiloL) Immense numbers of people were to be seen last Sunday proceeding along the line of road on cars, from Dublin, to the place of meeting. All the roads leading to the Curragh were thronged with equeso trians and pedestrians long before the hour appointed. The Immense area, spreading for miles at every ride of the stand house, was covered so closely that not an inch of the surface could be seen for a very ex. tensive distance; and to detect the beginning or the -ending of the multitudinous assemblage was a task of some difficulty to the eye. From- Monastereven, Mount Mellick, Edenderry, Rathangan, Mountrath, Blessington, Dunlavin, Bellymore, 'fo'ullow, Car. berry, Oughterany, Kilpatrick, Kilkea, and Moone, Harristown, Tipper, and the remotest districts of the counties of Meath, Dublin, Wicklow, Carlow, andL King's County, the peasantry flocked in thousands to take part in the proceedings, and there was not at .village ...
Legislative Council. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19. The SPEAKER took the chair at half past three. SYDNEY DISPENSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 21 October 1843
LcegtlIattec oOtWtittl e-0 TnunsoAy, Ocronan 19. The SPAKErs took the chair at half past three. SYDNEY DISPENSARY. Dr. NIcuo0LsoN presented a petition from the committee and officers of the Sydney Dispensary, prayimg that they might be allowed, during the present session, to Introduce a bill to incorporate them as a body, capable of suing and being sued, 'and' for other purposes. The petition was read and received. _Dr. NreuoLsoo gave noDice that on Tuesday next he should move that the petition be taken into'con. sideration, and also for leave to bring in a bill, an accordance with the prayer of the petitioners. The Cot. S?tRETARY said that it would not be regular to proceed to such a bill, unless the pro. visions of the act of council regulating private bills vwero complied with. He was favourable to the measure, and therefore threw out the suggestion, in order that Sunday next might not be passed over without posting tile requisite notice on the doors of the parisht churches. DIL ...
APPIN. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 21 October 1843
APPIN. His Grace visited our Township yesterday, the 18th, for the purpose of giving Confirmation. The day was fine and one of rejoicing to the settlers and cottagers, who, with their families, had been for some time preparing themselves for the occasion. The service was performed by the Archbishop, as sisted by the Rev. Messrs. Sumner (the incumbent), Goold, Grant, and Kenny. Tihe Archbishop deli vered an instruction, from the Gospel of the day, on the Sacrament of Confirmation, its effecto-and in particular dilated on the preparation required for the reception of this sacred rite. The consolation he felt in witnessing such earnestness on their part and such care in fulfilling all the instructions they had received was an example to all. His Grace was listened to with the most lively interest and the deepest attention; about a00 persons being present as many as the Church could well contain-of that number 40 received Confirmation. After the service His Grace expressed his gratifi c...
INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18. (PROOF OF CLAIMS before the Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates). [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 21 October 1843
INSOLV ENCY BUSINESS. -0 WEDNESDAY, OcTonca 18. (Pitooe oF CLAlMs before 1t0 Chief Commlslonoer of Ins:lrant Estates). In the estate of John Newsham, an adjourned third meeting was held, and the following claims were proved : Edward O'Hara, 121 4s; George bennett, 2 12s Ud ; Oilchrisltand Alexender, 41 6s 6d ; Edward Kirkby, 61 12. The meeting was then adjourned to Tuesday next, at 3 in the aftesnoon. NEW INSOLVENTO8 George Augustus Sunbolf, of Sydney, writing clerk: Debts, 151 5s. Assets, personal property, 121 9s. Balance, deficiency, 821 16s. James Cullen, of George-street, Windsor, butcher : Debts, 10581 6s 2d. Assets-landed property, 681; personal property, 71 ; outstanding debts, 3201 12s 10d. Balance, deficiency, 12721 13s 4d. Cooke and Stadduo, Pttt-street, Sydney, confec tioners, upon petition and surrender Debts, 13541 7s 6d. Assets-personal property, 6411 15s 10d; good debts, 2041 13s Id; bad and doubtful debts, 3701 6s 9d. Balance, deficiency, 5071 18s 7d. Thomas Mlanwar...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 21 October 1843
AGENTS FOR THEI OHIRONCLCE, Parramalta, Mr. Reynolds Wollongong, Mr. Edward Corrigon Bathurst, Mr. It. Jones Couiburn, Air. Henry Thompson Hobart Town, Mr. John Hlegen' Hokianga, iMr. AT. Poynton Maitland, Mr. Dee hludgee, Mr. E. Sampson Canmpbelltown, Mr. M'Alister Windsor, Mr. James Cassidy Appil, Mr. Owen Largy Jorry's Plains, blr, J.J. Harpur, P.M. Bungonlo, Mr, Edward Hughes. Wollombi, Mr. Miohael Byrne' Published in the United Knigdom by Mr. Jones, 03, Paternoster-row, London Mr. W. J. Battersby, 5, Elssex-bridge, t'arshi. ment.street, Dublin. Sydour I P'r'Ite and P'ubllshed by ,MIjIALtL D'AllOY, of Georgo .tr.ot, at the hUbroutcle O(tl., Geor.~g.ut
Legislative Council. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 21 October 1843
iUgIgtIaltbie eoucti . -0 TusoUr, Ocroaea 17. The SPrAKEa took the chair at half-past three O'clock. MESSAGE FLROM HIS EXCELLENCY. The SPEAKER communicated to the council an acknowledgement from his Excellency of the re ceipt of the vote of thanks passed on a recent occa sion by the council. LIBRARY. Mr. ELWIs? withdrew his motion as to the pro riding of funds for a library, for the present. IIYDE PARK BARRACKS AND COCKATOO ISLAND. Air. WINDmrER said, that he did not intend to bring forward the motion of which he had given notice, until the Governor's message relative to convicts in colonial gaols shou'd be considered, which would be some time before it was brought forward. SELECT COMMITTEES. Mr. ELWIN moved, and Mr. TnIanRY seconde.d, a resolution to regulate the appointment of select committees of the house, which was agreed to. ABORIGINES. Dr. LANG said that if it was in accordance with the usage of tile souse, ihe would, in the absence of his friend, Doctor Thomson, move that th...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 21 October 1843
InRtLANn.-The critical situation of that distracted country gives rise to the most alarming apprehen. sions on the, part of ministers, which have infected the whole length and breadth of the land. The fact is powerfully evidenced by a fall in the funds, which, on the very day (27th May) when ministers com menced military preparations for coercing Ireland, fell the alarming extent of four per cent I The times are certainly pregnant with events of unparalleled im. portance. Distress stalking in gaunt misery through. out the length of the land-hundreds of thousands of men, women, and children literally starving the poorhouses filled to their extremest capacity taxation carried to its extremest power of levy even with a joint income and property tax, after near thirty years of uninterrupted peace, and yet unequal to the prodigious annual expenditure of the govern. sent; fifty millions.-with an open rebellion in Eng land just suppressed, another in Ireland so appre hendedthat the most fo...
English Extracts. PROPOSAL TO ASSASSINATE MR. O'CONNELL.—BOW STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 21 October 1843
11ttg1f1f1 o ijxtvltacto PROPOSAL TO ASSASSINATE MR. O'CONr NELL.-.DOIW STREERT. (From the T hes, Juo 10.) On Wednesday uveuIug, after thu closing oflthe court, a 1grat busllu was observed,'ihei cause oi which was involved i; ,mystory. It was howvoer understood that an-order had been made by tihe Secretary of State to iMr. Twyford, the sitting magistrate, to issue a warrant for the apprehension of a man named Mayne, who was alleged to have sent a letter to the authorities, offering, for a stipu lated sum, to assassinate Mr.O'Counell, by shooting him. The person deputed to give the information finding the court closed, went in search of the ma gistrate, and ultimately found him at the Atheb nmum club. Having accompanied the magistrate to the court to have the document made out, they were subsequently joined by other persons connect= ed with the government, for the purpose of com plating the deposition. The whole of the night was spent upon the subject, and Thursday night, before five...
ENORMOUS LIES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 21 October 1843
ENORMOUS LIES. -o (From the Cork Souarern Reporter.) The most enormous lies have been in circulation since Monday morning, the object of which has been to cause alarm in the minds of old women in breeches as well as oid women in petticoats. No. I-Toe Ist Rloyal Dragoon Guards were or dered from London, and were to arrive in the Rose steamer from Bristol on Wednesday. This story was first told by a person in the employment of the St. George Steam Packet Co.-lRose ar rived-no troops. No. 2-Charity sermon which was to have been preached to-morrow by the Bishop ot Killaloe, Iar the benefit of postponed, the expected c'ongregation having resolved, as a measure of safety, to remain at home all the Sabbath. No. 3-All the walls anod windows terribly marked and inscribed. *" Repeal or Blood"-True in two or three instances-Traced to the Printer's Devil of a Tory Newspaper. No. 4-The Constitution of this morning announces the arrival of the Lightning. government steamer, at Cove with despatche...
Irish Intelligence. O'CONNELL IN SLIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 21 October 1843
-o O'CONNELL IN SLIGO. (From the Tablet.) Mr. O'Connell arrived in Sligo on the 4th instant. Thile members of the town council, headed by the -Mayor, accompanied by Mr. Somers, ?.P., and Mr. It. Dillon Browne, NM.P., and a long procession of vehicles and horsemen, proceeded fouir miles out of town to the bridge of Ballisodare, where, on the arrival of Mr. O'Connell, he was received with the most enthusiastic welcome. The procession, having .roeormed, continued its route towards the town, and about two miles further on mot the trades' procession, with the vast assemblage by whom they were accom panied+ The multitude at this time covered nearly two miles of the road, and from the dense manner in which the crowd were preassd together, there was considerably more than one hundred thousand per. sons present. The field where the meeting took place is a large wreadow, given for the purpose by the Mayor, and situated at an elevation above the town on the north-west side. A very large platfo...
Original Correspondence. TEETOTAL FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 21 October 1843
Original Correspondence -O- TEETOTAL FESTIVAL. IilR. EntTon-I am one of those persons who sometimes experience a fit of what is called " mu sical madness;" so when-I saw it announced last week that there would be great "musical attractions!' at the tea party given by the " Teetotallers," 'I was placed for a time in a state of most glorious uncor tainty what to do; for I assure you Inever had a -rol.sbfor, " 'reetotalisc,- or for cold-water??ithor. -.: Besdes, I hithesto looked on these Teetotallors a' a demure, cold-hearted set of people. At last my love of music prevailed over my antipathy to water, and I determined to go and hear the soothing notes of my favourite music, and I am very well pleased that I came to that resolution. I was both surprised and delighted surprised for instead of finding. a number of persons as dull and demuro as Quakers in a meeting house, as I expected, I found them as cheerful and as lively a company as my heart could wish. Every one there seemed to be,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 21 October 1843
"The AMorning CLhronicle" is published twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South Wales, Van Diemen's Land, South Australia, New Zealand, and India; and in lEngland. Scotland, and Ire land.- The Quarters end n the 31s5 Mtsarch, 30th June, 30th September, and 31st December; at which periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, after paying the amount due. -Advertisers should mark on each advertisement the number of insertions required; otherwise they arn continued till countermanded. Orders to discontinue or alter advertisements must be sent in before six o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday; but newo advertisements are received till sis o'clock on the evening before publication.-All instructions must be given in writing, and all letters postpaid. - I Ir I--~III TO THE ELECTORS OF COOK'S WARD. GENTLEMEN,-n ireply to the numerously signed requisition I have this day received, I beg to announce to you and the ...
Supreme Court. INSOLVENCY BUSINESS.—WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18. Before his Honor Mr. Justice Burton. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 21 October 1843
SUPREME COURT -0- INSOLVENCY BUSINESS - WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18. Before his Honor Mr. Justlce Burton. The Chief Commissioner moved that the appoint- ments of the following trustees be confirmed, which was ordered. Estates. Trustees. George Louis Poignand, Joseph Clark. Alexander Brodie Spark, Thomas Barker, and &nbsp; John Walker. John Gordon Griffiths, Andrew Lenehan. Alexander Elliott, William Neil Monies. John Liscombe, Arch. Campbell. Plan of Distribution. In the estate of Abraham Abrahams;- Total debts proved ................ 2147 6 4 Total assets realised .............. 187 2 2 Expenses incurred ...e.7......... 8B 15 6 Balance for distribution ............ 99 6 9 There is no rate per cent. namred in the plan, although the share of each of the seventeen creditors who have proved is set out. I'he following note is appended to the plan: It is doubtful whether fturther assets can be reco. vered tinto this estate. (Signed) Jons M'KvNNA, Provisional :Trustee.
Legislative Council. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20. The SPEAKER took the chair at the usual hour. SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 October 1843
7trg|tlatiiu? couwcl. -0 FRIDAY, Ocronan 20. The SPF.AKR took the chair at the usual hour. SUPREME COURT. The CoL. SECRETARA laid upon the table the copy of a letter from their honers the Judges of the Su. preme Court, on the appointment of Prothonotary, together withll his (the Colonial Secretary's) reply thereto ; ordered to be printed. COLONIAL DISTILLATION. Mr. \VrNDs?En presented a petition against the abolition of colonial distillation. The petition had eleven hundred signatures attached to it, among which the names of the principal merchants and traders in Sydney appeared. He moved that the petition be received.; Mr. WaNTwonRa seconded the motion, which after some discussion was carried, and the petition ordered to be received. PORT ESSINGTON. Dr. NIrcseotSO brought up the report of the select committee, on the establishment of roads from the settled parts of the colony to Port Essington; or dered to be printed. INSOLVENT LAW. Dr. NICUOLsON begged to ask the Colonial Secre ta...
Sydney Markets. SEPTEMBER 29, 1843. FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 October 1843
-0 SEPTEMEJIE 29, 1813. FLOUIt, WHEAT, &a. Barker's Mills:- Van Diemen's Land ditto, 4 Fine Flour, 14s t' 100lbs, Od to Ss d perbushel cash 13s Maize, Colonial, 2s ld to 2s 9d Seconds, 13s, oasth I s retail,2s Od to 3s Bread, 3.1 to3idl per 2li loaf Brta, s14dto Ia Od per bush. Fine Biseuit, 20s pre et. Barley,2s 9d to 3s lid ditto Second ditto, 1: 1 dintto Baley, Cape, Os 9d to as Od Sydney Cospan,'p s Mills:- ditto Fine Flour 14s 1' 00nlbs, Oats, 2s 9d to Os 3d, retail, cash 12s wholesale, 2s 3d to 2s 9d Seconds, Ils, cash 10s Hay, 5 10s to £O 0l per ton Itation, £U, cash £8 iWheatotraw, 2s3d pert wt Valparaiso ditto, £10 Grass, wholesale, 6d to Ud per Colonial WhVeat, 3s O to 4s 6o doz. bundles, retail, 10d per bushel FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. Oranges, Is td to 2s per dozen Tomatoes, Is per dozen Apples, is to 3sld lper doz Silver leets, 01d per buhdle Loquats, 8d ter quart Potatoes, new, V.D. L., s to Guavas, 2d to 3d each s per owl, or id per lb Lisbon leomuus, lsUd to ls'6...
LONDON. WESTMINSTER CHAPEL, HORSEFERRY ROAD.— [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 October 1843
LONDON. WESTrINSTER CHAPEL, HORSEFERRY ROAD. Last Sunday the annual sermon was preached here in behalf of the chapel and schools, by the right rev. Dr. Morris, who stated that twenty-nine years had elapsed since he assisted, with the pious and learned bishop of the district (Dr. Poynter), at the opening of the chapel in which he (Dr. M.) was then preaching. The number of communicants at that time was thirty; it had now increased to seven hundred. The collections amounted to nearly £60, a considerable sum for so poor and destitute a con gregation. Amongst the strangers who came that day to support Dr. Mlagee with their persons and purses, were, Lord Oamnoys, the Hon. Edward Petre, - Norris, Esq. and family, Morgan John O'Connell, Esq., and B. G. Hodges, Esq.--Cor. respondent.