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Insolbency Proceedings, SATURDAY, APRIL 6. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 April 1844
In olbnc0h f i)rocecbinga, -o_ SATUnDAY, APRIL 0. The following schedulo was filed by order of Mr. Justice Stephen: John Hart, of Sydney, writing clerk. Debts, £53 8s; assets, nil; balance deficiency, £53 8s, Official assignee, Edward Knox.
THE DISTRESSED SITUATION OF THE FEMALES EMPLOYED IN SHIRT MAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 April 1844
THE DISTRESBSED SITUATION OF THE FEMALES EMPLOYED IN SHIRT MAKING. t[rom the Weekly Dispatch.] Ma. Eoisos-I am glad to fins that the public attention has at length been called to the dreadfu I condition of some thousands of my fellow country. women, who are unfortunately compelled to get their living by needle.work, and to tbhe scanty pittance which they are enabled to earn by several houra' hard labour. The statements already pub. libshed on the subject have, to some extent, shamed the wealthy persons who employ them into what they term an explanation of their conduct towards these poor women. Letters which these gentry have written are worded with extreme caution, and are anything but a justification of the conduct which they have hitherto pursued. The only way to deal with the question, is not to rely upon any explana. tory statement which may be put forth by interested parties, but to lay before the public, facts which It is out of their power to contradict; and for this purpose...
FIXITY OF TENURE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 April 1844
FIXITY OF TENUREI. -o LFromL the Edinburgh Courier.) This at first sight would appear an Irish question. But, no such thing. ,It is a Catholic question, and a branch of that kindness which the Catholic Church in all ages has manifested towards the people. As soon as Europe emerged-from the pressure of the Hans and Gotls, and Vandals, and which it was only enabled to do by the aid of the church, we find the genius of Catholicism laying the foundation of agricultural industry, by giving fixity of tenure to the possessors of the church lands; and hence, even at this day, wherever-we observe a spot of land that belonged to the Catholic Church, there we witness evidence of early cultivation and industrial produc tive6ness It was especially -thie case iii Scotland, and that which, besides being part of the church economy, was found benefi:ial to the nation; the Catholj and native Parliament -of Scotland -ex tended to. lthe tenants of Lord and Baron. Mode. rate rents, and leases became the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 April 1844
AU Si I It A L L AN . F LE, 1:. U L., .315, PIrT-SIREEP. A S will be seon from 'Mr. Stubbs's £1 adveriveinient, the abovei Premises are to. be sold, or let bysauclton, on Wednesday, the'Ist of May. ..... Jonratlhan.Thorp and. Co. beg to acquaint the puotlic, that they will commence selling off, TFss I)aY, the slt April, at a fearful sacrifice.the whole of their stuck of Drapery tod Silk Goods. The undermentioned goods are well worthy -r not ce : Double-width Osleans cloths at 161 per yard *,. Mlerino, at 21d " Figurqd " at 124d Silks, from at 21d " Itclh ducapes, 2s 6d to 3s " .;A lot of bonnet-satius, at 3s *A. great . variety of trich silks and salins for evening d.resve5, very cIIea. WIite.Aeraphanes, at 2s;6J. The hest quality Freachi %lerioes, a5. A grat variety of hosiery, consisting of socks, haIll hse, white' cottosn hoar, G.ecian boots, lambs' wool shi:ts, and dra vers.' The whole of the aboe have been reduced fully one.third offl for ter prices. . .. Cassimeres and buckski...
THE AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY OF AGRICULTURE, AND INDIGENOUS ARTS, AND ITS CHAMPION W. Shut—shut the door good John, fatigued I said; Tie up the knocker-say I'm sick—I'm dead! [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 April 1844
THE AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY OF AGRICULTURE, AND INDIGE NOUS ARTS, AND 1TS CHAM PION W. Shut-shut the door good Jolhn, fatigued I said; lTie up the knocker - say Pm sick-1'm dead! DEAR HERALD Pray tell your correspondent W., that we are dead-slain-slaughtered by his letters, especially the last. O good Herald, in mercy spare us any more letters of this great dead-doing man.l Pray tell him we concede to him the honor and happiness of the last word I (the glorious triumph of all genuine objurgatrices-i. e., scolding wives) " leave him" (we beseech thee, O Herald) " alone in his glory l" For goodness sake tell him.not to envy Alexander the exploit of Thrice to vanquish all his foes, Norhrice to slay the slain! i Nor slay us any more,having now only left us Hudibras's consolation, when overcome by the Amazon in battle: lam not now in fortuns's poser; le that is down can sall no lower. Therefore, to save ourselves from further assault, we shall (like the great Josephus) celebrate the glory of ...
THE "GUARDIAN." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 April 1844
TT lE ",GUARDIAN." THE Guardian of Saturday last says, in his ornate and usual elegant style, that we, without rhyme or reason, raised a hurroosh against him for happening to apply the word Jesuitical " in its political and conventional sense, to the Machiavelian principle of doing evil that good may come." * * * " And with a vindictive and most ungene rous spleen, he endeavours to awaken a religious prejudice against us. * * * His alliance we now fear would be a .trea cherous one, and his friendship hollow. * * * He himself is guilty of deliberate insult and bad taste, in the pains he takes to coin a compound epithet to express his anti-national and religious prejudice against the -Scotch, * * '* thus betraying at once the secret of all his underhand and insidious machinations, to be neither more nor less than the invidious jealousy of a narrow-minded and treacherous rival * * 0 such, despicable conduct towards a brother journalist, will doubtless be seen through by the, working cl...
LETTERS ON THE INQUISITION. (Continued from our last.) FOURTH LETTER. MONSIEUR LE COMTE, [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 April 1844
LETTEIB ON THlE INQUI81TION. (Continued from our last.) --0 FOURTH LrTTan. Monaausn La ConTa, ' In the natural sciences, there Is always question of meats quantities. Thus, we speak of the meow distance,' the mean movement, the mean duration, &c. It would be well, if this same' notion were applied also to politics; and that men would feel and he convinced, that the hesat Institutions are not th'ose, which present the greatest degree of possiti happiness, at such, or such agiven pemiod,'but thas which 'ensure the greatest sars, or measure'of possible happiaesa to the greatest number of possible genera. donsl This, snd I think the point quiteerident-is mean happiness. Upon this prinlple .1 should be durious, nod should like to know, what the bitterest enemy of the Inquisition would reply to theSpanisard, who, passing over what I have just said, 'should undertake to defend it, In terms like the following: ' * Sir," he says to "the supposed accuser, " yu are Myops, you are short...
THE SYDNEY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 April 1844
THE SYDNEY PRESS.'. TiE Register has given his readers a sort of little semi-serie-sort bf half-jest-whole earnest bit of a. Dunciad, or rather Ga zelttiad, in prose, descriptive of thie Sydney newspapers, which is copied into the lHe, rald, ,which figures there as a Colossus. The Chronicle, of course, has its place ; of which the Dunciad says: "The Chronicle has changed hands, and reduced its literary contributors to constables' wages."' The Chronicle has no 'literary conti'i, butors (except ar. occasioial letter)' but our humble: self; and the Register is ir error to say we "are reduced to constables' wages." It is true; viwe are' not paid as those who " contributed" in other days to the Austraqasian Chronicle were ; but neither is,it likely that, inder our manage, ment, a considerable capital advanced by generous andpatriotic men, willbe swampe4 and the Catholic body put. in jeopordy of having no' voice in the colony, but left again exposed; tonigue-tied,i (as of old) to the insu...
ILLAWARRA TURNPIKES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 April 1844
ILLAWARRA TURNPIKES. How. 'very ingeniously Docloi John (as he is familiarly termed about Wollongong) lias refuted Mr. Therry's reprehension of the mode in which the toll-bar is about being put up at, "Matt the Nailer's." We did not think these Messieurs Os. bornes: were quite au fait at grand jury strategy. Irishmen though .they. be,..we did not imagine they belonged exactly to that particular claifs ,W.e- imiagined sio from some little acquaintance with Mr. Henry Osborne, who is a very decent, worthy, and industrious man,. and (mnore to his credit) not apparently an `enfant,gate, or spoiled child of fortune, (though.' made a, J. P.) as some others with that addition to their names aire, and who do not know how to bear an exaltation to'which ne;tlhpr ediuca tion nor previous hibits liad fitted themin. We Irishmen hall' know . something of grand juries, and oiight io know, 'astimany of us have paid dearly for, our knowledge : to those who are not Irishmen,-it may be necessary to, sa...
Original Correspondence. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 April 1844
-0 To Ihe Ediltorsr of the Sydney Mlorning Herald. GENTLEMIN-Iu the letter published in your lpaper of this day, ant impugning the doctrines laid dlown by Mr. T'herry as to the' comparative value of the article " money" in commercial trans. actions, and the advantage or disadvantage to us of our ipresent trade with Valparaiso for corn, the writer appears to muse to have fallen into the not unusual error, of, putting. un interpretation of his own on the words which he critirises, different from that whichl in reason and truth they should bear ; and building upon this false-fuundation, he imputes by analogy principles and arguments to Mr Therry both opposedI toconimon sense, and adverse a'together to thoseowhich his speech would lead us to suppose that he holdls. Your coriespondent cannot understand how Mr 'l'herry can, without contradiction, call money the life blood of commerce, and at the same time say, that a system of reciprocal barter for goods-which requires no money at all- is...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 April 1844
"The Morning Chronicle" ii lpublished twice. a week, on Wednesday and: Saturday; arid is extensively circulated throughout New South Wales;; Van Diemen's Land, South Australia, New Zealand, and India; and in England, Scotland, arid, Ireland.- The Quarters end on the 30th June;;30th September, and 31st December; at which periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, after paying the amount due. -Adpertsers should mark on 'each advertisement the number qf inseriion§ required; otherudise they are continued till counterna'de d discontinue or alter advertisements:must be sent in before aim o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday; but nieuoadvertisemenjs are received tilt siz o'clock on the evening before publication.-AIl instructions must be given in writing, and all letters st naid. NOTICE. M 1. T IONIAS FOWLER Ithas ;been fiitoibted! Agent fo'r' the Chronicle" in thie dliistriot of Illawarra, ard all ptarties indebted to that Journal are requestled" topay hitn t...
THE MORNING CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1844 [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 April 1844
M-ORNING CHRONICLE. .WEDNESDAYI', APRIL io, rw44 "L'e Just nad fear not Lct bll the endr Iltou aim't at bethy country's, 'Ihy God', and truth's." 8.aakspearc. THE SQUATTERS. A MEETINO of gentlemein connected with the squatting interest took place at the .Royal Hotel, Sydney, yesterday, to consider of the late regulations of the Governor, as -to squatting.licenses. That squatting system is perhaps the ,most strange phenomenon in political economy to be found in any country. The like of it is not-probably in the .world : the country which makes the-nearest approaches to it is that vast plain stretchliing from Buenos Ayres to the Andes, and of im mense length " but in many respects it differs widely from -our system of licensed .squatting. We shall not now discuss the question in all its bearings-we shall not enquire into the effects of Australian squatting- on colonial morals--on the unfortunate abori gines, exposed.asthey are to its (to them) fell and desolating march-we shall not !e...
MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 April 1844
MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. Wednesday, 10.-Thomas Rowley, 3; Willis, Sandeman, and Co., 3; Arthur Willis, 3. Thursday, 11.-John Nichol, 2; George Kable 2; Thomas Waters, 3; Stewart Ryrie, 1. Friday, 12.-James C. Russell, 2; John Henry Teale, 2; John Good, 2. Saturday, 13.-Henry Moore and Joseph Moore, 3; Henry Moore, 3; Joseph Moore, 3; Hugh Lindsay, ad. 3. Tuesday, 16,-Thomas Montgomery Perrott, 3.; Robert Miller and J. Hamilton, 3; George Green, 3;. John Teblmtt, 3; at Bathurst-John Waite 2. Thursday, 18.-R. C. Gordon, ad. sp.; James Newlands, 3; Daniel Smith, 3; George Thorn. ton, 3. Friday, 19.-John Caldwell, 3. Saturday, 20.-William M'Kay, at Bathurst, a. Saturday, 27.-J. G. Hughes, 3; P. M. Hosking, 3; B. and S. Cutler, 3. MAI.-Monday, 6.-Richard Alexander Wise. man, sp.; Enoch William Rudder, sp. Friday, 10.-George Payne, ap.; at Goulburn Stewart Ryrie, 2.
Sydney Police Office. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 April 1844
SYDNEY POLICE OFFICE -o- SATURDAY.-LIBEL.-The proceedings at the Police Office on Saturday last, were of more than ordinary interest, inasmuch as, among other questions, the very important question as to the legality of a person practising the medical pro- fession without possessing the necessary qualifica- tions for doing so, was involved in them. The parties concerned in the case were a Mr. Duigan, plaintiff, who practices various branches of the medical profession in this city, (but who is not con- sidered by the faculty of Sydney, to be a duly quali- fied person), and Dr. Tierney, defendant, a gen- tleman acknowledged by the Board of Medicine in this town to be a person fully qualified to practise the medical art. The case was an application at the instance of Mr. Duigan, for a criminal inform- ation against Dr. Tierney, for an alleged libel, arising out of certain remarks published in the form of a letter by Dr. T., and attributing the death of a woman in child-birth to unfair ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 April 1844
CIGARS, EX * CECILIA." MR. SA MUEL LYONS will sell by auction at his Mart, corner of George-street and Charlatto Place, THIS DAY, nns 3riu ArnL, At Eleven o'clock precisely, GA IV IE Cases CIGARS, each twenty boses of one thousand each One caotse Cigars, nineteen thouna'd Three cases Cigars, forty boxes of five hundred each One case Cigars, twenty bhoes of one tLousand each. Terms at sale. 663 CARRIAGE AND PAIR OF HORSES. MR. SAMUEL LYONS will sell by auction. at his Mart, corner of George street and Charlotte Place, THIS DAY, ills 13ru AarIL., At Eleven o'clock precisely, ONE handsome CARRIAGE, with pair of Horses, harness, &c., the property of a gentleman leaving the colony. Terms at sale. 566 CATTLE. In the Insolvent Estate of Charles Marsden. BY ORDER oP TriE TRUSTEBS. MR. SAMUEL LYONS will sell by auction, at his Mart, corner of Georgerstreet and Charlotte Place, on WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, At Eleven o'clock precisely, T IlE following CATTLE, now running at.Bogie. in the Co...
Sydney Markets. [CORRECTED UP TO LAST EVENING.] FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 April 1844
fpIInep JJilax'Ret0. -0o ICOIRECTED UP TO LAST BVBNING.J FLOUR, WHEIAT, &o. £ . d. L. a d. Flour (fne), P1001bs ... .... 0 0 0 to 0 13 0 Ditto (seconds) ditto ........ 010 .. 0 I 0 Brad,4P'lloaf.... .... .... 0 0 3 .. 0 0 3o Biscuit (fines, ' cwt. .... .... 0 0 ..1 4 0 Ditto (second), ditto .... 0 0 0 .. 0 18 0 Wheat, olonial, bushel .... 0 3 0 .. 0 4 DItto, V.D. Land,dltto ........ 0 3 6 .. 0 3 0 Maize, ditto(wholesale) ...... 0 1 2 .. 0 13 Dito,ditto(retil .. .... ...0 1 6 .. 0 1 0 Bran, 4? bushel .... .... O 0 0 .. 0 0 10 Barley, English, ditto ........0 2 0 . 0 2 Ditto, Cape. ditto ... .... 0 1 0 .. 0 2 3 Oats,.1 Lbushel (wholesale) .... 0 1 4 .. . 1 0 Ditto, ditto (rtal) ...... .. 2 0 .. 0 2 4 ay, ton... .. .. .... o2 10 . 0 0 0 Dto reil), wt. ... .... 0 2 0 .. 0 3 0 Wheat traw, ?pload .... .... O 0 .. O 0 0 Fodderditto. ... .. 0 0 0 .. 0 3 0 Grass (wholesoa!e). dozen bundles 0 0 6 0 0 7 Ditto(retai),ditto .... ........ 0 0 .. 0 0 10 FRUIT AND VEGETABLES, Apples, bus he...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 April 1844
,)tppttt# tttltigeltt.e. -o ARRIVALS. ApaRI. 9.-From Launceston, the 64th instant. the brig Daowson, 227 tons, Carder, with wheat, &c. 9.-From Launceston, 23rd March, and Port Albert the 4th instant, the cutter Resolution, 40 tons, M'Veigh, with wool, &c. Passenger-Dlr. "?r. Marmaduke Tysard.
CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, APRIL., 1814. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 April 1844
CATIHOLIO DIWROTOIIY, APRIL, 1814. 9 14 Low SundaItiy, lot tnler Resler, dhoblu, mnzor At. 15 . Fratilt of I'Paula, 2d Ilsttutt, confissuor, doutle T. It it. Isidore, bithop nld dIoctor, dtouIbIe, 4tht lust. W. 17 S. Vitncent, IP,','r, uontsssor, 5th iostant doublo T. 18 It. 1 co, popottut couttstur, doublo, I1th Fast. F. 1t0 8, Ilcrtownrcgtl,ttll tret, olth lust, s ituuutlu S. 2 Of' thu It. Viirtglin, Itt sub g. 21 11d ufter LBustcr, S. Aitaclt, bshhop antd doclot, dioublo At. 22 89. Soter nttt Cniu L s,. nutJ mtsust., sututtdouble 1I. 23 8. tcorguu, tttnutyr, Sentttl tdoub W5. 24 S. Fllelts of Sitquuiuuuisjp, ttmtit, doulue 7. 25it. Moth, ovuttg, u louble, Yd ci. F. 2(1 SSt Clctrts toud Otorcelltnus, It. aold mrtt., semtl. 8 27 tI't ItIh Virtin Itt stt. 8. 28 3·rd uillr liusier, Alicubl of the P'u'ronuye 0f 9 lt. 201 I Josepth lo ottn, sotttttdoubie S. Peter, ittottyr, utouble T. 30~ S. cuthittttte ot' Gleues, vtttt, dtotutle
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 April 1844
AGENTS PFJL THlE l OHIONIOl.i. Broulee, Mr. B. M'1Cauley. Dersima, Mr, B. M'Mlahon. Patterson, Mr. J. O'Sullivan, Parramatta, Mr. P. Cardiff. Port Phillip, Mr. J. Bullen Wollongong, Mr. ThomlFowler Bathurst, Mr. T.' lIones Goulburn, M:. Henry Thompson Hobart Town, MIr. John Rtegan Maitland, Mr. Hawksley . Campbelltown, &o., Mr. M'Alister Windsor, Mr. James Cassidy Pentith, Mr.:James M'Carthy Jerry's Plains, Mr. J. J. Harpur Bungonla, Mr. Edward Hughes Wollombi, Mr. Michael Byrne "PubiUshed in the United Kingdom by Mr. Jones, 63, Paternoster-row, London Mr. W. J. Battersby, 5, Essex.bridge, Pari.ta ment.street, Dublin. ,Sydney: Prltued and Published by I toll&ul rL' DAIt0Y'of JIrige.Jtrect. at thO Okronfei Oflloo, BriJgIestrcot,