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THE TRANSPORTATION QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 20 January 1847
THE 'TRANSPORTATiON QUESTION. (From the .Maitland Mercury.) About a week ago, the Paterson anti-transporta tion petition to her Majesty was sent to Sydney, and would probably 'be transmitted .to London by. the same vessel asL the. Maitland and the.Newcastle peti tions. There were 1,520 names attached to it,,in cluding those of seven magistrates, and several of the largest landholders in the district. These make a total of upwards of 6,500 persons in the Hunter River District who have already expressed their dis sent to the renewal of transportation ".to any extent, or in any shape," viz.:- Signatures. Maitland males' petition ........ 2,940 ,, females' petitions ...... 1,805 Newcastle petition .............. 308 Paterson petition ............. 1,520 Total .............. 6,574 And, in addition to these, there are the petitions .yet to.be sent from the Singleton andstungog dis tricts. SDuring the past week there have been two meet ings held .in the county .of Cumberland-one a Penrith,...
New Zealand. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 20 January 1847
etn ealanb. -0 S(From the Hobart Touws Advertiser.) A foul, a damning blot has fallen upon,our na tional character. A cold-blooded murder has been perpetrated. It _has been' made worse by judicial mockery. A native of New Zealand taken in arms has been tried, convicted, and ACrNGED I!.! -as a' rebel! A rebel! To whom P" To a country-to a government to which lie owed so allegianceP In defence of his own -liberty ; his own rights.'. Good God ! Can this be . Can a governor .bechosen, as protector of a people, capable of such a deed as this P And are our laws-our institutions, such that this man must escape the .punishment due to his crime in the eye of God and man P Are we so fallen .as a nation that public opinion shall not.brand him as lie deserves, and insist upon his instant-lismissal from a scene where lie hIas disgraced the character of the nation he represents P Oh.! no ; not repre sents. The people who sympathise with the Poles, who emancipated the Greeks; in whose months Kosci...
THE POTATO DISEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 20 January 1847
THZE POTATO DISEASIE. (From the Hobart 7bwn Advertiser.) In -our last we extracted from the Courier an account of the failure of the potato crop again this year. We are now enabled to lay before our readers a more detailed account of the extent of this fearful visitation.- They will perceive with deep regret that another year of famine has followed on the last, and that the source from which a third of the popu lation of the British Islands draw their subsistence 'is probably doomed to absolute destruction. It will ,be seen that the failure of the potatoe crop is attrl 'buted by one of the authorities quoted in the sub joined extract to the want of a change of seed. A change which it would appear-must be a radical one. The seed must 'be not only new but must-have been 'reared in a climate exposed to totally Adiffcrent.at ,mospheric influences. Were this not the case the potatoes raised from seed 'In which a new princi ;ple of life were Infused would escape the disease, -which might ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 20 January 1847
Ss. o RoaERT PBUL.-It is proposed to erect a statue, by penny subscriptions,'as a national testi monial to Sir Robert Peel,-a proposal with which we most heartily accord, and which we shall be happy to support by every means in our power. Talents and sincerity like those of the late Premier, should notbe allowed to pass unrecognised in some such manner ; and though we believe that as was said of Milton, so may be said of Peel, "His NAasf will be his noblest monument," yet still there is a worthy mode of doing contemporaneous justice to the virtues and achievements of .a man, which while it honors the man himself, confers no less honor on the parties who combine to accomplish it. And yet why should the public rest satisfied with a mere BTATUE P Why not enshrine the name of Peel in some INSTITUTION, carrying out the wishes and aims of a spiritas generous and philanthropic as his own P -which whilst it imparted joy and consolation to multitudes of the distressed, now unborn, would serv...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 20 January 1847
" 30Te dney Chroniee" Ts published 3twi ce a week o Wednesda ond Saturday; and is elersilg circulated throughout Ne South Wales, Van D iernen'e Land, South Australia, New Zealand, and India; and in England, Scotland, and Ireland.- The Quarters end on the 31st M 30th June, 30th September, and 31st December;en ia56wch 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 are nu il countermanded. Order discontinue or alter advertisements must be sent in before- six o'clock on ti~e evenings of Tueseday and Friday; but Neew advertisements are received 'tiiV'six o'clock on the evening before publication,-All instructions must be given in writinug, and all letters;ps pt NOTICE J. THE SUBSCRIBERS to this Paper, and the Public in general, are respect fully informed, that the following rules will in future be strictly adhered to. IN SYDNEY--The Subscription is Ten Shilling...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 20 January 1847
FOR BATAVIA,; CALLING AT SWAN RIVER AND KING GEORGE'S SOUND, SHOULD SUFFICIENT INDUCEMENT OFFER. rgT11E FINE BRIG S CAL YPSO, 120 tons burtheh, Charles Har roldCommander,is under engage ment to sail with all despatch.. For light freight or_ passage, having good accommodation; apply to Captain Harro.d ; or to the owner, HENRY FISHER, .City Depot, Corner of King and George.streets. January-IS. 4101 .. OFFICES TO LET. T?O LEi', in King-street East, within one minute's walk of tile Supreme Court, Offices sitaible for a Barrister or Attorney. Apply at 133, King-street East. WvEST INDIA RUM, 1N puncheons and hogsheads, just landed.' HIENRY FISHER, City Depot; Corner of King and George streets. January 18. 4098 MART L'L'S AND .,HENNESSEY'S BRANDY. -O?N SALE, at the City Depot, Fifty " hogshleads Martell's and Hennessey's Erandy. S IENRY FISHER, City Depot, . Corner of King and George streets. January 18. 4099 TO.VISITORS TO THE GREAT. CITY OF THE .."rSOUTHERN HEMISPHERE. QETTLERtS, &am...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 20 January 1847
IMPORTS. January 16.-Aloltl Bawn, barque, 384 tons, Captain Robinson,from Liverpool: 1250 bags salt, 40. tons rock salt, 5 cases and 3 barrels merchandise, Cooper and Holt; -1 case 1 bale, Rabert Kelsall ; 16 quarter casks wine, James Buchanan; 50 casks white wine, 40 tierces wine, 100 boxes window glass, 150 hams, Rowand, Maenab, and Co.; 375 bags of salt, Francis Gaunson; 4 boxes merchandise, Allen M',Gaa; 8 bales and . cases, A. Brierley; 7 crates earthenware, R. M. Robey; 10 tierces to bacco, Smith and Campbell; 1 cask hinges, John MAerrall; i box, F. J. Brown; 150 barrels rosin, 300 barrels soda, 20 casks and 200 barrels soda ash, 50 half-barrels oil, 81 cases wine, 11 bales candle wick, 133 ash oars,'36 barrels and 30 half-barrels herrings, 80 bundles oakum,R. W. Robinson; 1000 bags salt, 6 cases and 3 bales merchandise, J. R. and A. F. Wilshire; 4 cases, Thompson and Son; 15 punchieons rum, 3 chain cables, John Macna mara; 10 bales corks, T. Smith and tCo.'; 5 cases 3 barrels...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 20 January 1847
* l t lptg tIntclthgstce. -0 ARRIVALS. January 15.-Essington, brig, 123 tons, Captain Mills, from Port Fairy the 7th inst. Passengers Mrs. M'Cardenall and Miss O'Brien. 16.-)1olly IUawnt, bargie, 384 tonis, Captain Robinshn, 'from Liverpool the 1 lth of September. Passenger--Mr. Hi.lme. 17.-Seorcrtschooner, 83 tons, Captain Boyle. frond-Aukland the 25th and Kawau the 29th'De :cember. Passengers-- Messrs.- H. Rowecroff; IL Rosetta, E. Belcher; W. Dogherty, J. Stubbs, Mr. and Mrs. Wood and five children. 17.-'Payifie, ship, 314 tons, Captain Alder, from the Whale Fishery. 17. - Sarah, brig, 202 tons, Captain Espinasse; from Adelaide the 5th instant. Passengers-Messrs. Tullock, Mills, and Hickey.
British Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 20 January 1847
K3rttiao i?Xlract0. INDORNCB OF TUE LATE SIa C; W HENRELI. -A friend of ours, who happened to be serving his articles with hti eminenrt solicitor in London, was in structed by his principal to-call on Sir Charles with a document, setting forth a case in which was in volved a vast sum of money. Sir Charles's opinioft was requested. Our friend, then quite a youth, called. Sir Charles was busy. He informed the officials to request the young gentleman to call to morrow. lie did so, and received the same notice. The case was one of great urgency. On the docu ment was marked a notice tob that effect. Sir Charles, however, was, or appeared to be, always engaged ; and the regular visit of our young friend was re peated with the'same no-result during six weeks. At length the clerk advised him to step in and take Sir Charles by storm. Urged to desperation, he did so. He rushed into the apartment, and there was Sir Charles enjoying otium sine digpitate, seated at the fire, with a foot resting....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 23 January 1847
AGENTS FOR THE CHRONICLE. GoULnuRN-MR. CARNEy. BsRRaIiA-Ma. B. M'MAup.; . PATBIRo - MR. J. O!SuLLIVW . PAI&AMATTA *Ma. P. CARDIFF. PoRT PHILLIP -Ma. J. BULLEN. WOLLONoONO-MRa THOMAS FoWLBS. BATHURST---MR. T. JONES. QUBEATA.N-Ma:. J. 3. Wazowr. MAITAND--MR. T. MAHONT. CAMPaELLTOWN, &c.-Ma. M'ALIsa?lt WINDSOR-Ma. JAMES CASSIDY, PENRZTm-Ma. JAMES M'CARTOpr. JEaaY'S PLAINS-MR. .. J. ;HARPU. BUDeoONIA-Ma. EDWAnD HunusSa. ADELAIDE-MR. JOHN 'NowIANLU. YAtss-Ma. C. Rouana. GStLONo-Ma: JoHn MU?PHY CLAREMD~ TowiN AND DuN0oo - Ms..DaNI TIERNEY. Published in the United Kingdom, by Ma. JONS, 83, PATERMNOTER?ROW,• >ONDON.. Ma. WV. J. BATTErEasE 10. Esax-nawage, A4S LIAMENT-STREBT, DUBsPS.. Printed for the Proprietor, by BDWAID JOHN 3A lM S LICY, of Itedfern, In the County.of umbMertnd, and pub lieted by him at the Chronicle 01 B, No. 1'93, EKng.stret Pat, Sydopy, New South. Wales.-Satqrday,.4unupra -'3, 1817.
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 23 January 1847
IMPO' UUNDINGuS. Murrurundi, on the 12th day of January, from Colly Creeck-bay colt, star, four white feet, branded DD olff shoulder, about two years old; bay mare, black points, branded PE oil' shoulder; chesnut filly, star, three white feet, branded PB off shoulder; chesnut filly, blaze down the face, branded ED with D under near shoulder, MF and some other brand under the mane near side. If the above hdrses are not released, they will be sold on Monday, the 15th of February. [10s. 6d. Picton, on the 6th day of January, from Jarvis Field-dark brown mare, small star on forehead, off hind foot little white, saddle and collar marked, branded RC on near shoulder, apparently P with ,under on off shoulder. Also, on the 9th, from Abbotsford-cow, branded N on left shoulder, N on ribs, WD conjoined and another illegible brand like HP conjoined on rump, right ear punched through. If not released, to be sold on the 5th of February. [10s. 3d. Reedy Creek, Merohea Road, on the 7th day of Janua...
Government Gazette. FRIDAY, JAN. 15. BANK LIABILITIES AND ASSETS. UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA. Liabilities. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 23 January 1847
4ainnlullellgt Qa?ctt.? -0 FRIDAY, JAN. 15. BANK LIABILITIES AND ASSETS. UtION BANS OF AUSTRAA.Li. Liabilities. Notes in circulation not bearing in- £ s. d. terest .. .. .. .. 05,771 2 8 Bills in circulation .not bearing in terest .. ..... .. .,86 .1 4 Balances due to other banks .. .149 5 8 Deposits not bearing interest .. 386,092 3 3 Total .. 458,698 12 11 Assets. Coined gold and silver, and other coined metals ... .. .. 267,987 2 3 Landed.propelty .. .. .. 22,340 7 10 Balances due from other banks .. 1,301 13 10 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 from other banks 357,962 7 81 Total .. 649,591 11 7 Amount of capital stock paid up at the date of the last advices from London, and employed in Lon don, New South Wales, Van Die men's Land, and New Zealand.. 820,009 0 0 Rate of last dividend declared to the shareholders, 6 per cent. per an....
EDUCATION.—THE CLERGY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 23 January 1847
EDUCATION.-TIIE CLERGY. THE hon. member for St. Vincent has, on more than one oc:asion, signalized himself by asserting in the Legislative Council, that the Clergy never "did anything, and never would do anything for the advancement, of education.. We.felt ourselves called upon at-the time to give a most unqualified con tradiction to this arrogant, unibunded, and mendacious assertion, as far as the Clergy of the Catholic Church, in every age, and in every country, were concerned. In con firmation of that contradiction, and in fur ther refutation of the unwarrantable and barefaced assertion above alluded to, we feel great pleasure in laying before our readers some extracts from an able article in the Dublin Review of September, 1845, on the subject of " Education," which will be found in our fourth page.
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. HOUSE OF COMMONS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 14. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 23 January 1847
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. HOUSE OF -COM.MONS. FRIDAY, AU000ST 14. Mr. HIume observed he had some days ago pre sented a petition from the colony of. Van Diemen's Land in favour of having a representative govern ment, and he had also moved for a return bf similar claims made by other colonies. Ten colonies had sent applications for representative governments, anid lie was strongly impressed with the belief that it was not only the intention of the Government, but that it was also the interest of the nation at large, that these applications should be conceded as soon as possible. The noble lord at the head of the Govern ment stated a few nights ago in a speech in that house that it was his opinion that every colony should embrace within it.as speedy as possible the .public and social institutions of this country. lie therefore concluded from the noble lord's statement that all that was necessary was to point out that those privileges could be granted with safety. In Van Diemen's Land there we...
RESUMPTION OF IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 23 January 1847
RESUMPTION OF IMMIGRATION. IT will be recollected that in our last we stated that -a deputation had waited upon his Excellency the Governor with a petition relative to the immediate resumption of Immigration. The . following reply was yesterday-given to the -petition by his Ex cellency.: To the Landholders, Bankers, Merchants, 'Graziers, ,hip-owners, Traders, and other'Colonists.of .New South Wales. GENTLBMEN, As 1 am fully aware, both from Official Returns, and from information personally obtained during my recent visit to the Western District, of .the pressing necessity that exists for the introduction of a more abundant supply of labour into the Colony; and as the state of the Land Fund will now enable the Government to offer an -adequate security for raising the funds necessary for this purpose, I am prepared to recommend to her Majesty's Government, as forcibly and influentially as I can, that measures may be taken for the immediate Resump tion of Emigration from the United Kin...
City Council. TUESDAY, JAN. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 23 January 1847
Cttp C'ouncil, -0-. TUESDAY, JAN: .19. Present-the Right Worshipful the Mayor; Al dermen Thurlow, Flood, Wilshire ; Councillors Owen, Hill, Fisher, Moir, Egan, RobLey, Joseph son, Ilyndes, Jenkins, May, Iredale, Titterton, Ryan, Little, Smidmore, Cowlishaw, and Driver. The Town Clerk read the Minutes of this~ast meeting. ALDERMAN FLOOD. The MAvoR suggested that after the reports of comwittees, memorials, petitions, &c. had been re ceived, the Council should proceed to the considera tion of Alderman Flood's letter, in which he had tendered his resignation. Alderman Tnuvatow moved that the considera tion of Alderman Flood's letter should take prece dence of all other business. Mr. OWEN was of opinion that as there was a large amount of business on the paper, it would be better to take the several matters in their re spective order, and appoint a day specially for the consideration of Alderman Flood's letter. Mr. HILL agreed with the last speaker, and after a few other remarks,...
CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR JANUARY, 1847. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 23 January 1847
CATHOLIO DIRECTOIY Fk(It JANUARY, 1847. 8. 123 St iaynmond of Peuatort, sanid. 5. 24 3Id Sunday after hpilpbsay, ~rmi8l. M. 25 Convesion of t Paul doilb. mj. Tu. 2 1t. l'olycarp, k.is and Lar., sem/d. W. 27 ?t John ( brysastilm, iLn andDo..douib. Th. i 2 "L Intnony Abbot (from 17th inst.), doub. F. v t Francis do Sales, His , doub. S. 301 St. Matuus, Virg and Mar. semid. 'S. 3i 8rptuagemi'a >undsy, lud cl semid.
IRISH RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 23 January 1847
IRISH RELIEF FUND. WE have already noticed the transmission of the full amount received on account of the above Fund, as follows- On the 5th of September, the sum of ... ... .. 720 was remitted ; On the 15th October .. £1,140 And on tic9th January,1847 £1,500 In all.... £3,360 by Bills of Exchange in favour -of the Treasurer, and endorsed by him to the Most Rev. Dr. Whately, and-the Most Rev. Dr. Murray, the Protestant and Catholic Archbishops of Dublin, for the relief of the Irish poor, without distinction of creed.or county, in conformity with the resolution passed at the public meeting held last August sn Sydney. The Committee acted on the suggestion contained in the letter of the Lord Bishop of Australia, which was read: by the Chairman at the meeting Qui cito dat, bis dat.-" lHe gives twice who gives promptly," and accordingly re mitted with all convenient dispatch, the subscriptions for the relief of the Irish poor, as soon as they came to hand from the different parts of the ...
THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1847. THINGS AS THEY ARE. I. IMPERIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 23 January 1847
TIHE :SYDNEY CHRONICLE. .SATURDAY, -JANJlARY 23, 184.7. 'THINGS AS THEY ARE. I. IMPERIAL. -SITUATED as it is our own.and our brother .Colonists' destiny to be .at this Ultima T'hule-this -extremity of England's -vast territories, it may appear to some of our readers useless to be calculating the pro. -babilities, and frivolous to speculate in .conjectures, on the 'state of her foreign relations, when the arrival of the next in telligence therefrom may present to our .view an aspect of affairs that .no human 'prescience could have brought within the .range of prophecy, nor powers of human Sconception -enable any man to anticipate. Still; such is the constitution of the human "mind, that it cannot rest content without the exercise pf:-its mightiest faculties, in the attempt to lift up the veil of futurity. 'lie is the ablest statesman, and he the iisest philosopher, and he-the'best philan thropist, let his lot .be cast on what spot of .this globe it may, who anxiously watches .thei co...
SHIPS MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 23 January 1847
S11I'S MAILS. Mails will be closed at the Post Ofice as follows : Foa ADELAIDE.-By the Pihantom, on Saturday evening at 6. Foa AUCK'WAND.-3By the Avoca, on Saturday evening at 6. FoR IlonaRT TowN.-By the Louisa, on Satur day evening at 6. Foa ENaLAnD.-By the hamlet, on the 27th Instant at 6.