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Sydney Markets. [CORRECTED UP TO LAST EVENING.] FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 30 January 1847

-0 [coaRRaoED UP TO LAST EvYBntiG,] FLOUR, WHEAT, &o. £ s. d. £ s. d. Flour, fine, per 1001bs. .. 0 0 0 to 0 12 0 Ditto, seconds, ditto .. .. 0 0 0 .. 0 10 0 Ditto, ration, ditto .. .. 0 0 0 ..0 0 0 Bread, per21b. loaf .. .. 0 0 3 .. 0 0 0 Biscuit, fine, per cwt. .. 0 15 0 .. 0 17 0 Ditto, second, ditto .. .. 0 12 0 .. 0 14 0 Hay, perton .. .. 4 10 0 .. 5 10 0 Ditto, retail, per cwt.. .. 0 5 0 .. 0 6 6 Wheat Straw, per cwt. .. 0 3 0 .. 0 4 0 Fodder, per dozen .. .. 0 0 6 .. 0 0 7 Bedding, perload . ... 0 3 6 0 4 0 Wheat, Colonial, per bushel 0 3 0 .. 0 4 0 Barley, ditto, ditto .. .. 0 0 0? O 0 0 Ditto, Cape, ditto .. .. 0 0 0 .. 0 0 0 Oats, tr bushel, wholesale 0 2 9., 0 3 0 Ditto. ditto, retail .. .. 0 0 0 .. 0 0 0 Maize, ditto, wholesale .. 0 2 6 '.. 0 3 0 Ditto, ditto, retail .. .. 0 3 0 .. 0 3 6 Bran, per bushel .. .. 0 1 3 .. 0 0 0 BUTCHERS' MEAT. Beef, carcassLper lb... .. 0 1 .. 0 0 1 Ditto, per joint, ditto .. 0 0- 2.t. 0 01 3 Mutton, carcass, ditto .. 0 0 1}.. 0 0 0...

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GEORGE-STREET MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 30 January 1847

GEORGE-STREET MARKET. 125 loads of fruit, 30 of vegetables, 7 of poultry, 2 tons of cheese,.and 1 ton 8 cwt. of butter, paid dues at this market in the course of the week, for price of which see market note.

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ARRIVAL OF HOGAN'S STATUE OF O'CONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 30 January 1847

ARRIVAL OF ?IOGAN'S STATUE OF O'CON •NELL. .(Freemari's Journal Correspondent.) This splendid work of art has arrived in this city, and thus relieved the public from all the anxiety that was entertained respecting it. , It was shipped from the Tiber upwards of two months since,but owing to calms and contrary winds it did not reach the quay until Thursday last. The great sculptor him self, respecting the delay expressed himself to a friend as follows :-" Day after day, Sir, for the last fortnight, I went down to the rocks near Dalkey and strained my eyes to see if 1 could get a'glimpse of the ship that bore the object of all my hopes and labour, but in vain ; and with heavy heart I returned every night to Dublin. At length on Wednesday evening, I saw a low raking looking schooner creeping along tie land, and such as I was accus tomed to see on the coasts of the Mediterranean and the Adriatic, and I felt convinced that it contained the statue. I returned to Dublin, and told a friend s...

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Ecclesiastical Intelligence. MISSIONS OF OCEANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 30 January 1847

Brclrcfaeltcal $tttr.lIgcrce -o MISSIONS OF OCEANIA. (irom the Tahblet, September 26.) Our readers must, through the, advertisements which have from time to time appeared in our columns, have had. their attention called to the formation in England of a branch of a society re cently established in France, under the title of the "Society of Oceania." We have intended for some time to call the at tention of the British Catholics more particularly to it, but the press of other matter has hitherto prevented our devoting that space to its merits which we think it deserves, and on the present oc casion we can but briefly glance at some of its more important benefits, hoping on some future occasion to give it a more detailed notice . Like the Association for the Propagation of the Faith, to which it is a sister society and a most powerful auxiliary, it originated in France. Mon sieur Marziou, an eminently religious merchant of Havre, intimately acquainted, from frequent and sympathetic inte...

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FRANCE AND SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 30 January 1847

FRANCE AND SPAIN. .(From the Globe.) : We learn from Paris that- considerable sensation was produced there on Saturday by .the paragraph in Galignani's Messenger, announcing that Lord Normanby had delivered to M. Guizot an energetic protest by the English .Government against the marriage of the Duke de Montpensier. The last fall in the French funds is attributed entirely to the announcement in question. The Epogue of Sun day, which is a ministerial journal, and pretends 'to speak from authority, declares that no protest has been given in, but merely a note, conceived in very gentlemanly terms, in which Lord Palmerston " dissimulates the ill-humour that he feels." The Epogue adds, that Lord Palmerston is too skilful a man to make a protest without being firmly resolved to follow it up. "* Petty governments protest," says the Epoque ; " great governments act." The Constitutionnel declares that the statement of Ga lignani's Messenger is correct, and observes upon it that one of two thi...

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EXALTED CHARACTER OF THE CATHOLIC IRISH. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 30 January 1847

EXALTED CHARACTER OF TIHE CATHOLIC IRISH. (From the Dublin Pilot.) For the last two years there has not been one trial under a criminal prosecution in Newfoundland, where there is a population of above one hundred thousand persons, consisting almost entirely of [rish Catholics. The 11forniag Post. which publishes this fact on authority, gives it as proof of the happy re sults of freedom from political agitation I , There is nothing, It argues, in the Celtic character in Ire land different from the Celtic character in Newfound land : all the difference is occasioned by O'Connell ! If Ireland had no O'Connell she would be like New foundland ! What a profound politican ! The meanest intellect could discover the cause of the difference, but a Conservative will see nothing in this fact, that would tell favourably for Ireland or its native people ! The Irish Catholic in Newfoundland has work and pay, and abundance of substantial food. His mind is at ease; lie is not afraid that he will be...

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REVIEW. (Concluded from our last.) Speech of Thomas Wyse, Esq., M.P., on the Extension and Improvement of Academical, Collegiate, and University Education in Ireland, at the meeting held for that purpose at Cork, Nov. 13, 1844, with Notes documentary and illustrative. London : 1845. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 30 January 1847

REJ'VIlHl. (From the Dublin Review.) (Concluded from our last.) Speech of Thomas lIyse, Esq., M.P., on the Extension and Improvement of Academical, Collegiate, and University Education in Ire land, at the meeting held for that purpose at Cork, Nov. 13, 1811, with Notes documentary and illustrative. London: 1815. When it became the policy of the foreign rulers to Protestantize Catholic Ireland, then grudging ,arsimony, cold negleet, and national antipathies were laid aside. The royal and Anglican church solicitude for extending all the lights, honours, and -emoluments of the highest university education to the hitherto unendowed mind of Ireland, became marvellously anxious and liberal. A new spirit sat in the high places, and it held out the glory of -learning and the gifts of the state, as temptations that might allure the young aspiring intellect of this country to fall down and adore, after a modern fashion unknown in the Island of Saints. To "buttress up the tottering universitie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 30 January 1847

OFFICES O LET. s.:'. TO LET, in - King-street East, within T one minute's wvil of the Supreme Court, Oeffices suitable for a Barrister or Attorney. ' Apply at 133, King-street East. RRnAWANG POTTERY .WARt: IN order to. accommodate Storekeepers, .L buyers from New Zealand and Van. Dieapeii's Land, thl e prqduceo,.of- the above. Potter)y 4jeli stands unrivalled In qlalit') is tb hb" btained the stores of the uhderslgntd' li' any? desbtiptldno t1id quantity, at the Pottery prices. - Consisting of.- ,,J1 Ewers, basins, and chambers; pie, dishes, roundiand oval; pudding basins, jugs in great varipty, covered butters and stands, filters, preserve jars, from one pound to a gallon, egg cups, salt-sellers, and bread pans. ALSO, An extensive assortment of . GLASS, CIIINA, AND BARTIENWARE.' AT THOMAS R. COATES'S, Stafrordshire and Irrawang, - Pottery Warehouse, S385, George-street. , N..-A. TURNER AND A WHiiTBWARE-ThiioW an WANTED. ' 4123 CHARITY SERMON. ON TO-MORROW, SUNbAY, the 31st instant,...

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REVIVAL OF TRANSPORTATION. PUBLIC MEETING AT WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 30 January 1847

REVIVAL OF TRANSPORTATION. PUBLIC MEETING AT WINDSOR. A public meeting was held in the Court House, Windsor, on Wednesday last, for the purpose of taking into consideration the despatch of Mr. Glad stone relative to the revival of transportation to this Colony. The chair was occupied by Csptai, Scarvell, J.P., and the following resolutions were adopted : Moved by Dr. White, seconded by Mr. Robert Stuart: " That it is the opinion of this meeting, after having cqnsidered the despatch of the late Secretary of State for the Colonies, and also tile Report of the Select Committee of the Legislative Council thereon, that the renewal of transportation to this colony, in any form, however modified, and carefully regulated it may be, would not be acceptable to the very great majority of the colonists, " those whom it most directly and intimately concerns;" but, on the con trary, would be most repulsive, tending, as it neces sarily must, to injure their best interests by diffusing a blighting ...

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THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1847. THE GOVERNOR'S PRESENT POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 30 January 1847

TlTHE DSY1tNE1 CHRONICLE. TURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1847. THE GOVERNOR'S PRESENT POSITION. Tai high claim which we have uniformly laid to a due appreciation of loyalty, as an -ennobling and inherent Christian virtue, :has been conceded to us by all, at home or abroad, -who are cognizant with the con teiits'of our journal. It has been justified -by-every manifestation which opportunity I-Wllbrded, of our willingness, nay, our anx - ety, to uphold to the utmost stretch of our .ability our Sovereign's representative in this Colony against the insolence and turbu lence of faction, and the intriguing baseness of its leaders. On the departure of 'our late ruler, His -Excellency Sir George Gipps, no man of competent judgment and dispassionate mind -could be found who did not apprehend that -we had sustained a very heavy loss. Even the most enthusiastic admirers of his policy, as head of the executive, and the .most eulogistic applauders of his concentrated public and private virtues, restrained ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 30 January 1847

" The Sydney Chronicle" is published twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South Iales, Van Dienen's Land, South Australia, New Zealand, and India; and in England. Scotland, and Ireland.- The Quarters end on the 31st larcchl -30th June, 30th Septemnber, and 31st Deccembr; at which periodsonly subscribers can decline receiving it, after p ayinl the amount due.--ridvertiers should mark on each advertisement the number of tnsertions required; otherwise they are cobliued till countermanded. Ord'rs to , dis?oniinue or alter advertiseinenls must be sent in before six o'clock on the et?enings of Tuesday and Friday; but new advertisements are received till six o'clock on the evening before publicdtion,.-adl instructions must be given in rritia9, and all letters post paid NOTICE. TrHE SUBSCRIBERS' to this Paper, and the.Public in-general, are respect fully informed, thet th'e following, rules will in'futire be strictly'adhered to; 1N SYDNEY---h...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 30 January 1847

-(Fromqthe Larnceston Examiner.) t The September wool sales went offat an improved rate of at least a penny per pound upon the highest pricesof July. Wheat ex Gratitude was ,old at t 72s. per quarter. - The subject still exciting a general and paintful anxiety was the threatened prospect of famine over a large portion of the civilized globe. L The Spectator of October 3, says-The tumult in Ireland increases. Some parts are in a state-of permanent riot, and the first blood has been shed. t Notwithstanding the laudable spirit that has been observed, the difficulties presented by the people I themselves appear to grow with the emergency. This is not said in the way of blame, which would be quite idle; but it is very necessary distinctly to c note the fact. The people, no doubt, are -driven to v the verge-of starvation, and much may be pardoned to the struggles of desperation, to the delirium of L physical suffering; but it is painful to see the ' manner in which the whole nation receiv...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 30 January 1847

jl~tvptltt Itetglligentce -0 ARRIVALS. January 20-BRerenice. barque, 338 tons, Cap tain Bowden, from Manila the 31st October. 26-Teazer, schooner, - tons, Captain Ball, from Port Phillip via Western Bay, tile 19th inst. January 27-Dorset, brig, 82 tons, Captain Walsh, from Adelaide the 12th instant. Passengers -Captain and Mrs. Hart, and daughter, Mrs. WVetherington and daughter, Dr. Marshall of the 1 tl regiment, Mr. Cameron, and Mr. Williams. 27-W--illiam Ilyde, barque, 532 tons, Captain Steward, from Hobart Town the 20th instant. Pas sengers--Mr. W. H. Hart, Mr. and' Mrs. Spor forth, Mr. Lownds and servant, Mr. Atkins, Mr. Williams, Mr., Kirk, and Mr. Boyd. 27-Shamrock, steamPr, 200 tons, Captain Gil more, from" Launceston tihe 10th, Port Phillip the 24th, drid TWofold"Bay' the 20th.' Passengers Captain' Criffltht, 96th regiment, Mrs. Grifliths, three,\chl ren, .'and servant,. Miss Brooks, Mr. 1iok~, Mr; Livingstone, Captain. Fyans, Mr. Tom plar,:Mr. and ,Mrs. W. Walker, and serv...

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Varieties [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 30 January 1847

Varieties EXTRAORDINARY HIT. - On Saturday week, in a match between the Marylebone Cricket Club and 11 members of the University, in a field at the back of the town gaol, the Earl of Stamford struck a ball clean over a building in the gaol, the height of which is 26 feet, and the distance from the wicket 240 feet. TuEsarIF AND Ex?RAOItaINo.ra ToaxAno. - Cou.?rr GAL.wAY.-On the 18th instant, while the labourers of George Cottingham, Esq., of C.Orrib View, near Outerard, county Galway, were em ployed in making hay, a dark cloud suddenly ap peared in the horizon which betokened a coming shower. They quickly repaired to the house for shelter, and immediately after the cloud burst in a frightful torrent of rain mixed with large piteces of ice, some of which measured two inches and a half in circumference. The violence of this storm was so great that it destroyed Mr. Cuttingiham's hand some flower and vegetable garden, levelled a splen did field of wheat, and killed a turkey, a lapwing, a...

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SHIPWRECK. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 30 January 1847

SHIPWRECK. LOSS OF THE "ELIZABETH WALKER."- On   Saturday last Captain Gillies, the officers, and crew of the barque Elizabeth Walker, belonging to Port Glasgow, arrived here in two boats, that vessel having been destroyed by fire some days previously, in the entrance to the China Sea. The Elizabeth Walker left Bombay on the 11th September last for China, having 1278 bales and 54 half bales cotton, and 9 chests of Maiwa opium, on board. On the 10th instant (nautical time) they passed through the Straits of Singapore, and on the 12th, at 7 p:m., being then in sight of the Anambas Islands, Capt. Gillis, who had left the cabin some time previously, after taking tea, returned to it, and opening the door found it full of smoke. He immediately woke up the chief officer, who was asleep in a berth in the cabin at the time, and gave the alarm. The fire was found to be in the afterhold, the flames almost immediately bursting through the cabin floor and spreading very rapidly. Str...

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SHIPS MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 3 February 1847

SHIPS MAILS. Mails will be closed at the Post Oflice as follows : For ADeLAIoD-By the Regia, tills evening, at 6. For ENGLAND--By the Urgent (P.O.P.), this' evening, at 6. For AUCKLAND-By the Alau?tin, on Saturday, evening.

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CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 3 February 1847

CLEARANCES. - February l.-Avoca, barque, Captain owey, for Auckland. Passengers-Messrs. Taylor. B. Alder,, J. Crew, J. Ilayward, and Miss Eliza Ledbrook.

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Ecclesiastical Intelligence. DEDICATION OF THE NEW ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH AT CHEADLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 3 February 1847

IBccIeffattictaI hte:l(gencc DEDICATION OF THE NEW ROMAN CA THOLIC CHURCH AT CHEADLE. (From the Alorning Chronicle.) The solemn consecration and dedication of the new Roman Catholic Church, recently erected by the Right Hon. the Earl of Shrewsbury at his sole expense, took place on Monday. The service of consecration was performed in a private manner by the Right Rev. Dr. Walsh, senior bishop of the midland district, the grand opening being reserved for the following day. The church has been erected under the superintendence and from the designs of A. Welby Pugin, Esq. It consists of a western tower, surmounted by a lofty spire, adorned with statues, crockets, and pinnacles; a nave, of five compartments, with north and south aisles and porches; a " Ladye Chapel," and a " Chapel of the Blessed Sacrament ;" a chancel. with the sacris ties and organ loft to the north. The style is that which prevailed during thle time of. the Edwards, commonly called the decorated, and no. labour or ex...

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Campbelltown. CONFESSION AND COMMITTAL OF KEAN FOR THE MURDER OF ELLEN HYNDES. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 3 February 1847

Campbelltown -0- CONFESSION AND COMMITTAL OF KEAN FOR THE MURDER OF ELLEN HYNDES. (From a Correspondent.) Our generally quiet district has been for the last week in a greater state of excitement than has been known for some years past in consequence of an atrocious murder which has been perpetrated within the last few days, as will be gleaned from the evi dence which was given at the examination, which was held to-day before E. Howe, Esq., J.P. The court house was filled almost to suffocation, and from the chain of evidence there appears little doubt of the guilt of the parties in custody. John Kean and James Hogan, both holding tickets of leave for the district of Campbelltown, were brought up before Edward Howe, Esq., J.P. charged with the wilful murder of Ellen Hyndes. John Kean pleaded guilty, and James Hogan pleaded not guilty., and the following evidence was then taken. Mr. John M'Alister, chief constable of Campbell town, being duly sworn slated as follows :-From information ...

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Government Gazette. FRIDAY, JAN. 29. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 3 February 1847

O8?ic ilni?uclt g@a;ettc, -0- FRIDAY, JAN. 29. IMPOUNDIN0S. St. Aubin's, Scone, on the 12th day of January, from the Estate of F. Little, Esq., J.P.-red cow, branded " and C under off rump and near thigh, with a brand resembling a wheat stack, JW off-ribs, Z with A and 0 under near thigh, a strawberry bull calf by her side, no brand legible, nine months old; red bullock, brand flogged out on off rump; brindle steer, GH offribs, both ears slit; brown bull stag, branded gi on off rump, damages 3d, each. Also, on the 20th-red sided cow, RW and 4 under, near ribs, O off thigh ; black and white snail heorn bullock, GH off rump and thigh, like 8S off ribs,, HO near thigh, like J D near rump; brown bullock, white belly, hole and slit in off ear, a blotched brand over W near rump; red and white cow, AC off rump, a cross off shoulder, blotched brand oiff ribs, RA near rump, a red and white calf by her side; brindle and white spotted steer, WH of rump, 0 with. O under near rump, damages 3d. e...

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