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Sydney Markets. [CORRECTED UP TO LAST EVENING.] FLOOR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 July 1846
.ydirey 1Vlarkets. -3 [30ot:t teroD UP To LAST RVENtNo.J FL). Jit, W ltK.LT, &o. .t s. d. ,£ . d. loJ tr(il,.,t t13.tib .... .... 0 U0 to U 12 U Ditto saea?ds), ditto .... .... U0 0 .. ' 14 Ditto(r.t.iou), ditto ........ 0 12 U .. 0 13.0 tlat.l, gr 2,ulout ........ 0 0 4 .. 0 0 0 tisult (tunel, b' awt. ..... .... 0 0 .. l 2 0 Ditto (secoud), ditto ....... 0 0U U .. I 0 laiy, ?Po t .... ........ 8 5 U .. 815 U Dittoretstil), Iowl ........ 0 O 0 .. U 1o I WheatStraw, i owt. .. .... O 3 O .. O 4 0 Folder, per dozen. .... .. .... O 0 8 .. 0 Iu t eddm, per load .... ...... ... 0 4 0 .. U 4 Wnent, Coloanial, jp bushel .... U 4 0 .., O 5 u Harley,ditto ...; ... .... UO U0 .. U , 0 Ditto, Cape, ditto ........ .... 0 0U .. 0 0 U Oats, V bushel (wholesale) .... 0 4 0 .. 0 4 U Ditto,dito(rettil).... ... .... . u I, .. U u. U Maize,ditto(wholesate) .... ... 2 4 0 .. 0 5 U Ditto,ditto(retail).... .... . 4 6 .. U 5 1 Brau, JP buu ... ....el ........ 1L U .. 1 I 2 BUTCIIIt'S MJlAT'. . Bef,...
Port Phillip. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 July 1846
fort Phillip. -a A TIENDE CONscIENCE.-The man, Thomas Purton, who has been in custody for some time upon his own. confession, of having nearly thirty years ago, committed two murders in England, was yesterday brought before the bench, and in answer to questions from the Mayor, said-" I am sixty-. four years of age ; the name of the captain of the vessel in which I came from home was Weatherall. Inquests were held upon the bodies of my' victims, one of which took place at a village called Dorchester in Oxfordshire, situated about eight miles from Oxford ; the other was held. at Norwood in Surrey." The prisoner readily answered the questions which were put to him. .Nothing in his appearance would Indicate the man to be the author of the crimes which he has acknowledged. He was remanded for fourteen days, to afford an opportunity of commu nicating with the authorities in Van Diemen's Land and Sydney.-P. P. Patriot. VALUE OF LANDED PROPEaTY.-Within the last few. days Messrs. Williams, W...
THE DEBATE—THE FAMINE IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 July 1846
THE DEBATE-THE FAMINE IN IRELAND. (Fromi the Tablet, Feb. 1l.) So far as it has gone, the debate on Sir Robert Peel's proposed commercial policy has been singu larly deficient in that kind of interest which some times attaches to a great debate. Indeed, the de bate that is now in progress, and which may be terminated before the publication of this week's Tablet is anything but a great debate. Apart from its result, which in almost every point of view was fixed before the commencement of it, it is one of the smallest debates that ever took place, even in the House of Commons. All the wisdom, or sham wisdom, all the earnestness of principle; all the magnanimous disregard of private interests, all, or almost all, the mere speaking talent of the House on the side-and on the other the " clayey brains," the muddy selfishness, and profound moral and in tellectual obtuseness which usually characterise the fag-end of a monopolist faction in all times and countries, and under almost all circu...
Government Gazette. TUESDAY, JULY 21. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 11th July, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 July 1846
-- TUESDAY, JULY 2L. Colonial Secretaty's'Office, Sydney, 11th July, 1840. HIs Excellency the .Governor has been pleased to direct the publication of an Agreement which has beeii'eompleted: between Her Majesty's Government and the Pacific Steam Navigation Company', for the coneyance of Her Majesty's Mails, by the vessels of that Company, between certain of the principal Poets in the South Pacific Ocean. By' His Excellency's.Command; E.- DEAS THOMSON. Arti.ces of Agreement made this 29th day of August in the year of our Lord 1845 between the " Pacific Steam Navigation Company" of thie one part and the Commissioners for executing the office of Lord High Admiral of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland (for and on behalf of Her Majesty) of the other part; Witness ihat the said Company in consideration of the payment hereinafter stipulated to be made do for themselves and their successors hereby agree witli the said Commissioners that they the said Company shall and will durin...
ABD-EL-KADER, THE ARAB CHIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 July 1846
AB-.EL-KADER, THIE ARAB. CHIEF. . (frm a' correspodent of heTl ?me's)'?, This distinguished chief; whose successful resist ,rie tb tlit Frrichi armies'in Algeria haI filed' upon s i ' attetio'of tlewirule' wdrld, is tlhe tlil son of the celebratied arabti M'aidcriot tti AralbtiUr?e 'of Halciehin' Olieaga, usually encamped dn the plFain o Hiigrirs in' tle province of Mascara. He was born in October,( 1805, a'nd is consequebntly .just tarned ,forty years' of agd. His f'at~ii, who Shad obtained a reputation. for sanctity throughout ;the lfrovlnce,'died in 1833, having previously pre pared' fori the suceestion of hischerished son to the :supreme power; and was burled in great pomp ; libs ,tomb is a place of pilgrimage t ' the Arabs^ to the Ieshittitieiii. The Marabbit Iaidden was the great igrands'on o .tlii fantois i Muley Albd-el-Kador; who ,wHs believed to partake of the siacred pttibutes dof :the' Prophet. lie died near Bagdad, where his .rAoiu'mdiit, drected by liis faithful people...
Original Correspondence. SLANDERS OF THE "AUSTRALIAN." To the Editor of the Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 July 1846
> Orgsllan alorrinao lhttr. )-0 SLANDERS OF THE." AUSTRALIAN." To the Editor of the Chronicle, Sla,--We are unwilling to take notice of the ar =ticles which now appear in the above Journal-but ?hen we consider that a certain port'on of the 'Colonists support the .Australian, wqmost be aware that our friends in the mother .country may .look upon the sentiments expressed in that Journal as the sentiments of the Colonists. It is this which induces us to write the present letti'. Tfliheleading article ~'hidh appeared in the Aus ;itralian on Saturday, the 18th instant, treats of the new '?edlogy',on the .northern coast of, Autiralia. 'That we 'may 'not misrepresent thl writer's senti .nents, we copy that part of the article of which we ,complain. After treating of dthe situation of-. the mew colony, its condition, and the manner in which sit is to be peopled, the writer says-z' Free women, w?who, whatever may 'be their looseness "in pointlroF ,chastity,'are neither thieves: nor drunka...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 July 1846
he 2 4'ydney pChronicle" is published tLwice a week, on. Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated:thnroughout New South .ales, Van Dieineens Land,. South Australia, Newilaid, Za an d a nd nd iny 9 Mlida jiidn od' ;leiand.-- The Quarter 'cd on the 31ast 3arel, 30th. June, 30th .Septembe, an' 31st Deceber; at w thichpeiiod onli subscribersi can decline receiving it, after paying the amount due.-Advertisers should mark on eaach advertisemeat~:the number!fof inser-ion repi ;s red otherwistiare con ed i.ler?d ?d. Ordes "discontinue'or alter advurtasements must be sent in before s?. o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday and.Friday; but newa advertisements are received till six o'clock on the evening before; publidation.-All instructions mUst:beagiven in'writing .und all aett:rs~ d ? d i 'a , '- sp r 'l - anstb gie tnrapV -- letterspos- - - - NOT ICE. T HE SUBSCRIBERS to this Paper, . and the .Public.in general, are respect fully informed, thqt the followirig rules will in futue....
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 July 1846
DIED, On Wednesday last, the 22nd instant, at the resi- dence of Mrs. McElhone, Castlereagh-street South, MR. THOMAS SMITH, aged 66 years. Mr. Smith was one of the original proprietors of the Chronicle ; he was an old and highly respected resident of this City, and a zealous member of St. Patrick's Society. In disposition he was mild and unassuming, whilst his piety and simplicity of manners endeared him to a large circle of friends and acquaintances. Being an honorary Brother of the Australasian Holy Catholic Guild of St. Mary and St. Joseph, his remains were, on Thursday, attended to their last resting place by about one hundred and twenty of the Brethren in their Guild uniform-Requiescat in pace. &nbsp; &nbsp;
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 July 1846
wltVtplng ?lltel lttgliiico -o ARRIVALS. July 21.-WViliam the Fourth, steamer, 53 tons, Captain Wiseman, from the Clarence River. Passen gers-Mrs. Saddler, and seven in the steerage. 21.-Phenihc, American ship, 423 tons, Captain Bassett, from the Whaling Grounds 22.--Tamar, steamer, 130 tons, Captain Allen, from Moreton Bay the 12th inistant. Passengers- Mr. W. Gray, Mr. D. Archell, and ten,ln the steer age. 22.--Villiam,, schooner, 62 tons, Captain Free man, from Moreton Bay the 2nd,and Trial Bay the 18th instant. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Lee and seven children, Mr. E. Lord, Rev. Mr. Lewis, Rev. 'Mr. Snell, Rev. Mr. Morris, and one in the steerage. 22,-Canton Packet, 274 tons, Captain Chur man, from the Whaling Grounds. 23. -Emerald Isle, ship, 501 tons, Captain Palmer, from London, having left Spithild the 27th March. Passengers'-Mr. Cobb, Mr. Robeetsori and Mr. Canty. 24.-Arabian, 278 tons, Captain Collins; from the Whaling Grounds, having left Port Phillip on the 1 lth.June, with...
British Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 July 1846
3ritio, Ettrarts. -o " PoTUGoAL.--Lisbon, Dec. 30, 1845.--We lave arrived at the close of another year, and I fear, that in taking a retrospective glance at what has been done for this ill-fated country. during this lapse of time, the result will be anything but favourable. The nagricultueal interest, far from having improved, presents a most evident appearance to the contrary, and so long as usury continues to usurp the place of fair upright dealing, It cannot be expected other wise. The speculators in agricultural produce who Ilave hitherto been satisfied with the licit profit which that produce presented to them, have become money negoeiators, and are now to be found plunging with an avidity the most extraordinary into the vortex of loan transactions, allured by the temptations held out to them by a needy and hard-pressed Govern ment, from whence arises the withholding the circu lation of a large calital from its proper channel, the absence of which is so detrimental to the inter...
Moreton Bay. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 July 1846
*tloreton '3aag. -0 (From the Mloreton Bayi Courier.) CnanoE or SnooTINo WITHI INTENT TO KILL.-. On Thursday afternoon the inhabitants of South Brisbane were thrown into a state of the greatest alarm andi excitement, in consequence of a person named Cornelius Hughes, a tailor, having fired a loaded pistol at a shoemaker named William Darker, while the latter was attempting to enter his workshop,-: with the intention of taking away some goods which had been seized under a distress warrant by order of Hughes, who was in possession of part'of the pre-,:, mises where the occurrence took place. It appears-: that Hughes some time ago assigned over the whole. premises to Darker, with the consent of Liddiad, the lessor, who had agreed to accept Darker as his tenant. Hughes consequently became a tenant of Darker's, who also exercised the'right of letting another room to a third person. No written documents were held by either party. IHughes subsequently repented of having assigned over the p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 July 1846
REMOV AL. SIMMONDS AND WARD, COLONIAL AGENTS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. S Gii. to inform their friends ;and the .3L. public in general, at home and in the colonies, that they have removed their Agency and Foreign ýNewspaper Establishment and Colonial Magazine Ollice, from 18, ,Cornhill, to. more commodious premises in " 6, BARGE YARD, BUCKLERSBURYr IWhere Ithey lhav opened theirs . COLONIAL RIADINOGROOM,. 4T The" Sydney. Chronicle'e is regularly fled S's Lonidon by Sim;imonds and IW'ard Commissiona Mferchunte; and Agenis for all the Australasian Papers, Foreign Newspaper and Advertising Of/ice, 6, Marge Yard, Bucklersbury,' Where .Subscriptions and Adverllsemnts'will 'be re.: ceived and forwarded. Also by Mr. Jones, 63, Paternoster.row, London, and:by MAr. WI. J . Battersby, 10, Essex Bridge, Parlia' meni.street, Dublinu BENEVOLENT' SOCIETY. OF. NEW.' SOUTH ..WALES. S JHE Anniversary Meeting of this In N stitution will be held on the evening of Wed nesday, the 20th instant, Inn ,the ...
INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. THURSDAY, JULY 23. Before the Chief Commissioner. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 July 1846
INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. THURSDAY, JULY 23. Before the Chief Commissioner. raoororlO.AMBa. • In the estate of James Crisp, a special meeting was held, when it was decided to accept an offer of composition of one shilling in the pound. The trustees of the estate of J. T. Hughes proved a claim for £157 Os. 6d. OuR GOVERNOR EXPECTANT.--IIis Ex cellency Sir Charles Fitzroy, Knight Bachelor and Knight of the Order of the Guelphs of Hanover, is son of the late General Lord Charles Fitzroy (brother to the fourth Duke of Grafton) by his first wife, eldest daughter of the late Edward Miller Mundy, Esq. He was born 17096; married, 1820, the eldest daughterof the fourth Duke of Richmond. He was formerly Lieutenant-Governor of-'Prince Edward's Island; and in 1841 was appointed Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Islands, of Antigua, Montserat, Barbadoes. St. Christopher, Nevis, Anguilla. the Virgin Islands, and Dominica. Colonel Mnndy, the lately arrived Deputy Adjutant General of the Forces ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 29 July 1846
AGENTS FOR THE CHRONICLE. GOULIURN--MR. CARNET. BIERUI A-MR. B.. M'MAHON. PATERSON-Ma.. J. O'SULLIVAN. PARRAMATTA -MR. P.-CARDIFF. PORT PIJILLIP -MR. J., BULLEN. WOLLONGONG..MR. ,THOMAS FOWLK3. BATHURST---MR.. T. JolNES. QUEANIEXAN-MR. J. J.. Wr'IOHS *MAITLAND-MR. ;T. MAjOrY. . CAMPIELLTOWN, &&C.-MIR., MALUTzaL WINDSOR-ME. JAMES .CA5SJDTS PENRITH-,MR. JAVeS.M'QaRTHT% .JBRRY'S PLAINS--M8u .L. J. ARPUR. ..BONOONIA-MR t+.ýl!jlýT}I ,IýUGHse ADrLADV'--M4R. JOHN Nowz4AliD, Yla@- Mn·q. C. IlRRB>ý 'Pubidihed it} th( UVied1' 1infiQNWA ':MR. IJOIIpj Ba PATEwRNOgREE-aOWy, r·OXWI : MR. W. J. BATTERSOT, W;,ERspagia RaIDaP.ºA1 LIAMX..frtsTIfERT, : ýUDLI . 'I'duted: for. the Proprietor.b,' IIDW AD! J9I1N,.BAý.kl LILY, of, leII.drn, in the Couryty of Cumberlrand, and gabg Iloheelby him at the Ohronrcta (clgle,NO.US,Chlptlot pkt Syecy. ýa S5oe tb Wmie,,;e- ;V1letdsJal1Ni h,.
THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1846. OUR POLITICAL CONDITION AND PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 29 July 1846
THE . SYDNEY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAIY JULY 2o, 1846. OUR .POLITICAL .CONIiITION AND PROSPECTS. SNx the nomenclature of the historian the 'term interregnum denotes the period of .suspension .and usurpation of Jegitimate ,royal authority, but may it not also be aptly "-mployed toL express the present state of our Colonial Government, during the in 'terval between Her Majesty's late repro. .sentative's eccession and the assumption of oflicial.authority ,by his successor? At all ,-events this is a: very convenient season to 'bring into review, the prominent charac ithilties .of our present political condition. ?,The ,situation of this Colony. since the boon of representation was conceded to our importunity, has become gradually more and more alarming, as it regards the ad :ministration of the Executive and Legis l.ative uunotions. It is sufficiently so, to rouse the attention of all who make any * preensions to a concern for the public wel ,are not.onty for the passing day, Abut in perpetu...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 29 July 1846
IMPOUNDINGS. Yass, on the 13th day of July-yellow pole# heifer, branded DN near ribs; yellow cow, white belly, cocked horns, an indescribable brand near rump, same off ribs, apparently H off ribs, has a red and white heifer calf by her side uibranded black sided heifer, White back, belly, and hind legs, branded apparently J in circle and TG under, TO rump offside; light brindled cow, dew lapped, white back, belly, and hind legs, branded BOY D on neck; HB ribs, apparently O thigh, indescribable brand shoulder near side, illegible brand off ribs; yellow sided cow, white back and belly, branded RK ribs, 3 shoulder, an illegible brand on rump and hip off side; dark brindled heifer, about twelve months old, an indescribable brand off thigh. Also,on the 14th -light brown working hullock, off ear marked, white back, belly, and tail, branded JW rump, HO or MC hip, JC thigh off side, GL shoulder, appa; rently GL rump near side; dark brown and white speckled working bullock, white forehead, i...
THE REV. J. J. THERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 29 July 1846
THE RE'V. J. I. THE RRY. WE are happy to find that the affairs of St. Joseph's Church, Hobart Town, are at last amicably settled to -the satisfaction of all the parties concerned. The numerous friends of Father Therry .in .New South -Wales may, therefore, soon expect the re turn of that reverend gentleman to this Colony.
BANK LIABILITIES AND ASSETS. BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. Liabilities. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 29 July 1846
BANK LIABILITIES AND ASSETS, BANK OF AUsTRALAS'A". Liabilites. Notes In circulation not bearing in terest .. .. .. .. 73,03901 1 Bills in circulation not bearing in terest .. ... .. .. 8,705 2 4 Depocits not bearing interest .. 430,895 . Total £512,438912 4 Assets. Coined gold and silver, and other coined metals .. . .. .. 100,897: 8 5i Landed property ... .. . 15,3607? 7 11 Notes and bills of other banks .. 1,288 16 3 Amount of all debts due to the bank, including notes, bills of exchange, and all'stock and funded debts of every description, excepting notes, bills, and balances due to the said bank front other banks .. .. 782,889 14 9g Total £980,234 .: ' 4 Amount of the capital stock paid up at this date .. .. 900,000 0 0, Rate of the last dividend declared to the shareholders, 3 per cent. per an. Amount of the last dividend declared 13,500 0 0, Amount of the reserved profits after declaring such dividend . ... 75,322 0