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THE MORNING CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 May 1844
THE MORNING CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1844 it e just and fear not: Let oll the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy Goi's, and truths." Sliakspeare. THE CROWN REVENUE. OUR cotemporary-the Herald-in a recent article, appears to sanction the accuracy and truth of an assertion made by Mr. Went worth at the late meeting, " that the Crown Revenues were surrendered to the Colony by Sir Richard Bourke, and that the first act of Sir George Gipps was to deny in that very Council, in whose proceedings the fact was recorded, that such a compact had been made." After citing some passages from Sir R. Bourke's minute of June, 1835, which cer tainly intimated that the Council " had then to appropriate the revenues of the crown lands," our cotemporary makes this sweep ing declaration -" Now, there cannot be two opinions as to the fact, that the Crown here, made to this Colony a complete surren der of the whole of the territorial and casual revenues of the Crown that should remain after defr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 May 1844
MR. ARMSTRONG'S THURSDAYS SALES OF HORSES, BY AUCTION. R. ARMSTRONG'S long experience of the Horse Market of the colony' has convinced him at the great disadvantage resulting to breeders at that description of stock, troms their usuai practice of sending in a number of horses oonY an hour or two previous to salt. Four years ero, when the prdcesdoo horses wereo n oearly equal that an interior one was seldom sotd under furny pouads, or a superior one above fiftY, this plan was, not sn objectionable, and thue demnd being o ten greater than the supply, a person makinig a bad bargain lad no diffich Sty in getting rid of it again to saerentw comer anxious to get up the country. Now, however, that she demand tar horsos is chiefly confined to those fit tor immediate use, and thot they reallie prices more in proportion to their quadnfpcations, and cannot, like sheep ar catte, be. averaged at so much per head. it Is evident that a different system should ho adopted, sod that a fair opportunit...
VERSIONS OF THE SCRIPTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 May 1844
VERSIONS OF TIHE SCRIPTURES. , IFrom the Dublin Review; July, 1830 ]c: If the meaning of an author be obscure or doubt. ful in the original, the ordinary course, when every other expedient has failed, is to consult his trans. lators.- Should-we ever fpel.disposed to make this plan available to the interpretation of the Scriptures, we cannot,. at least, complain of any want of mea terials for the experiment.- In the old Dispensation; while the true Religion was confined toithe children of Abraham. the number of translations was very limited, even so late as the coming of our Redeemed The Targumim, or Chaldee Piaphvrases, (even] for a moment, supposing them anterior to Christianity,) could have been intended solely for the:use of the Hebrews,. who, during their residencer in -Babylon, had become unfamiliar with their ancloevtfanguage; and the.Gieek septuagint, seems, -for a long time, to have been but little known in tho Gentile world. But,, by the will of Jesus Christ, the founder of...
THE "COLONIAL OBSERVER." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 May 1844
THE " COLONIAL OBSEfVER." tr " CIUSTIAITY at the present moment is ni exactly in the condition of its great author tc in the days of his.flesh,1 crucified between 01 two thieves. P'opery on the one hand, and d1 Puseyism on the other." * * * B Popery is, a highway robber and no mistake. t( He comes up to Christian," * * * tl t and telling him to stand and deliver, robs ( him of his bible." s5 The above language we quote from the fc Colonial Observer* of the 4th of last month : P Haid we not seen the words with our own eyes in that publication, we. should scarcely ei have credited that any man, laying claim to respectability,-any man, outside of a tub ' or conventiclc, would have the hardihood to ' make such uinwarrantable,-such daring,- a such utterly and absolutely unfounded as- e scrtions-assertions not only untrue, but b diametrically opposed to the most known a and notorious facts-facts open to the world. 0 By Popery we understand the Observer a to mean the Cathoiic Church. We sh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 May 1844
"TTAe Morning Chronicle" 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 England , 'cotland, and Ireland.- The-Quarter3 end on the 31st Mifarch, oth June, 3oth September, and. 31st December; at which periods only subscribers cn decline receiving it, after paying the amount due.Advertesers t oould mark on each advertisement the number of insertions rethired; otherwise they areu continued tilu countermnateded. Orders to discontinue or alter advertisements must lie sent in before six o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday, Tudaand Saturday; but newi advertisemnents are received till six o'clock on the eleigbfr ulcto.AIisrcitons must e given in writing, and all letters post paid. " FOR ADELAIDE, DIRECT. A Regular Trader. HE BRIG EMA -.is under einge emeant to sail for the above -port on Saturday, the 27th instant.. For freight or passage apply to' THOMAS WOOLLE...
RE-CAPTURE OF HOLLOWAY, THE NOTORIOUS BUSHRANGER. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 May 1844
RECAPTURE OF HOLLOWAY, THE NOTORIOUS BUSHRANGER. It will be recollected that this daring marauder who, with his companions Massey and Norton, gave the mounted and other police so much severe duty before his first capture by Mr. Hardy of Yass, made his escape from the gaol of Liverpool about the 7th ultimo in rather an unaccountable manner, and who has since committed several robberies between Liverpool and Goulburn, is again in cus tody of the police, having been secured on Thurs day night, the 25th instant, by Mr. Shanahan, jun. of Molonglo. Mr. S. was travelling in company with his drays, and had camped for the night near Bungonia. Mr. Shanahan and his men were about to retire to rest when a person on horseback rode up and demanded some of the property off the drays and hay for his horse. Mr. S. remonstrated with the bushranger, when the latter (without much parley) presented a loaded fowling piece at Mr Shanahan's breast, which providentially missed fire; one of Mr. S.'s men taki...
MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 May 1844
MBETINGS 0of OREDZTURS. Alav.-Wednesday, 1.-T'. M. Perrot, ad. 3. Thursday, 2 -James Gillespie, 2; J. Fearnley and Co , 2. Friday, 3.-W. H. Sawyer, 2 ; Welch and Eldridge, 2; George Joseph Thomson, 2. Saturday, 4.-W. Drake, sp ; itichard Lamb, ep ; Henry Pelerin Dutton, 3. Monday, 6 - Richard Alexander Wiseman, op ; Enoch William Rudder, op. ; Michael Rielly, ad. op. Tuesday, 7.. ohn Jones, I. Friday, 10.-George Payne, ep.; at Goulburn Stewart Ryrie, 2. Friday, 17.-William Willmington, sp. Saturday, IF.-William Tucker, sp.; James Doyle, sp.; John Manning, ep.; Charles Luke Bayley, op. Monday. 20.-John Jones, 2. Tuesday, 28.-Thomas Manwairing, sp. JuNs.-Tuesday 4 -George Green, sp. CITY CouNcIL.-At the meeting of the City Council on Monday last, his Worship the Mayor intimated to the members of that body that as the new regulations had come into force, a line of ten shillings and sixpence for each day's absence would be imposed on any gentleman who would absent himself for two succes...
MONDAY, APRIL 29 PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 May 1844
MONDAY, APHItL 20 PR0oo OP CLAIMS. In the estate of Robert Cottrell, a single meet ing; R.Oraham, £25; Pile and Preston, £23 149 4d ; II. 0. Ayrane, £31 13s 8d. In the estate of George Joseph Thompson, a first meeting was hold, but no claims were proved. In the estate of Welch and Eldridge, a first meeting; James Simmons, £115 ; Campbell and Co., £120 Os ad.; H. Ferris, £97 Os Id.; James Metcalf and Sons, £1884 6s. 8d ; J. Smith and Co, £180 IIs. 10d.; W. Walker & Co, £2387s. 2d,; the Commercial Bank, £165 10. ; G. J. Rogers, £138 2s. 63.; W. Mtosely, £15; 11. 0. Ayrane, £38 13s. 6d.; Flower, Salting, and Co £1005 9s 4d. A special meeting was held in the estate of C M. Clarke, but no claims were proved. and a special meeting in the estate of A. B. Spark for exami. nation only. NEW INSOLVENTS. Thomas Russell Duigan, of Ultimo, Sydney, surgeon, on petition and affidavit-a bailiff from the Court of Requests being in possession of the insolvent's residence, and several writs of ...
Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 May 1844
41'uaulla Q 'Ort'C m011elcltte. Mn, EnroTn,--Witth reference to the observa. tinns which you made in your paper of the 13th ult., on the subject of the squatting regulations, published in the Government m astste, of the 2nd instant, I feel Impelled by the continued agitation among the landed proprietors to offer my thoughts on the matter, with a view to prevent the public being misled. The whole matter wiiW brissow' assumed such colonial importance, may be referred to this r that many of the squatters' depasturing stock beyond the boundaries of Ideation, occupy mueeral stations for the yeiily sum of £10, libelig the Sost of sec license, not only In the same but in dis tant districts. This Is so minifeat an injustice towards the crown revenue, as well as to the squatter whose circumstances confine him to one station ; it became the imperative duty of the jovernment to eqnalise the impost, and improve that branch of the crown revenue. I am only surprised that under the psesent state o...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 4 May 1844
--O- A ItltVALS. May 2.-dovereigu, steamer, 110 tons, Cape, from Moreton Bay, 27tlh ultimo, wittl wool, tallow, &o. Passungers-Aleasrs. Alford, Adams, Alass, Home, Harrington, Sullivan, three soldiers, and one prisoner. I ltt. May 1,-Ed1ward, schooner, 'rallan, for Boyd Town, Twofold Bay, with sundries. Passengers Mr. and Mrs. Williams, Mr. and Mlrs. Daws, loessrs. Orr, Taylor, Hloberton, Mason, Cranktoo, and Cabella, 2.--Thulia, II.M,S, Hope, for Tahiti. 2.-Ranger, culler, Rogers, fur Auckland, with a general cargo. Passengers n Messrs. Iobson, Kl?esing, and Pallilon. 2.- Duawaso, brig, Carder, for Port Nelson, with sheep, &o. Passengers-Captain flay, Messrs. Stafford, Preoderly, Jones and Burnel. 2.--Cquepte, schooner, Cummins. for Port Phillip, with sundries. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Howell and child, two Misses Agnew, Mlesars. James Rlitchie, and P. Marshall. -- i l . i O "
Sydney Markets. [CORRECTED UP TO LAST EVENING.] FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 4 May 1844
-o -0-- ICOnttnCToI, UP TO L&ST Et'NINO.J kILOUIL, WlIEtiAT, &o. £ s d. . .s, d. Flour(fitne), 1001bs .... .... 0 11 0 to 0 12 0 Ditto (seconds), ditto .... .... 0 0 .. 0 10 0 Ulnad,4 211?oat .... .... .... 0 0 3 .. 0 0 0 .iscuit(tinej, cwt. ....... 0 0 0 .. 1 2 0 Ditto (second), ditto ........ 0 0 0 .. 0 16 0 Wheat, Colonial, " bushel .... 0 3 0 .. 0 3 3 Ditto, V. D. Landditto .... .... 0 3 0 .. 0 3 06 Malze, d:tto(whlolesale) .. .. 0 1 2 0. 01 3 Ditto, dltto (retail).... .... 0 1 0 .. 0 1 9 liran, 41 bushel ......... 0 0 0 .. 0 0 10 larley, English, ditto .... .... 0 0 0 .. 0 0 0 Ditto,Cape, ditto ............ O 0 0 .. 0 0 0 Ouits, i u tushel (wholesale) .... 0 1 4 .. 0 1 6 Ditto, ditto(r, tul) . . . .. O 2 0 .. 0 2 4 Inay,4J ton....... 3 0 0 .. 3 3 0 Ditto(retall). 25ewt. ........ 0 2 4 .. 0 3 0 Wheat Straw, 1 single load .... 0 10 0 .. 0 15 0 Ditto, per double load .... .... 1 0 0 .. I 10 0 Fodder, ditto ......... .... O 0 0 .. 0 3 0 Grlus (wholesale), 4' dozen b...
THURSDAY, MAY 2. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 4 May 1844
THURSDAY, MAY 2. PROOF OP CLAIMS. In the estate of Timothy Naher, a special meeting : Flower, Salting, and Co , £41 Os 7d: M. Gannon, £30 2s 6d (not admitted); J. Smith, £75 4s 4d. In the estate of R. G. Dunlop, a special meeting: J. Holmes, £5 Os 4d ; W. .1atihewson, £32 lus. In the estate of James Gillespie; the Union Bank, £59 8s Gd ; James Cook.157 13s. In the estate of Fearnley and Co., a second meeting: Edward Bones, £1 Gs; the Gas Com pany. .6 16s.
Insolvency Proceedings. WEDNESDAY, MAY 1. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 4 May 1844
I?nolbfncl Ij otccngttis, -o WEDNESDAY, MSAY 1. PHOOP OP CLAIMS. In the estate of John Rostron, a special meeting: Wm. Hirst and Co., £250 J. Frederick Hart, of London, £55. In the estate of Potts, Baxter, and Co., a special meeting : the Bank of Australasia. £420 : the Commercial Bank, £48 7s 2d; Campbell and Co., £42. In the estate of T. M. Perrott, an adjourned single meeting: P. Hunter, £4 17s Gd.
[No. 2.] "Papeite, 14th November, 1843. "To his Excellency the Governor of the French Possessions in the South Pacific Ocean. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 4 May 1844
[No.2.] " Papeite. 14th November, 1843. " To his Excellency the Governor of the French Possessions in the South Pacific Ocean. "Sir-We, the body of Protestant missionaries in the Georgian Islands, in committee asse ablod, beg respectfully to acknowledge the reception of the circular you did us the honour to addre.s to u. individually, inviting us to converse with you on the interests of this people. " With all respect for you, Sir, as an individual, we must crave permission to decline that invitation. for the following reasons t - " I. Because bele we bels that the late oh,, rgas which huave taken place its this island are opposed to the great ltoaw of equity between man and man, and nation and nation, which constitutes the peculiar genius of that gospel which we revere as the inspired word of GCiud, and for the diffusion of which we only live. " 11. Because we conceive that our acceptance of the invitation thus politely given would, in the estimation of mankind, amount to a comprom...
PUBLIC PROCESSION AND DINNER TO MR. W. S. O'BRIEN IN LIMERICK. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 4 May 1844
PUBLIC PROCESSION AND DINNER TO MR. W. S. O'BRIEN IN LIMBIIU?. -0 (Prom the Weekly Frcema's Journal, December O) Mr. William S. O'Brien was entertained in the evening at a public dinner, in the Northumberland Buildings, which was most tastefully and elegantly fitted up for the occasion. A full.length figure of Erin was placed over the chair, surmounted by the crown, with the letters V.R. ; on the right and left were placed the arms of the Liberator and Mr. W. S. O'Brleu, and immediately fronting the chair were placed the arms of Limerick. In other parts of the room were the following decorations t--The Prince of Wales, plume, with the motto, " Ich Dien ;" the Royal Arms of England ; representationa of the Queen and Prince Albert were also placed in a prominent part of the room, and festoons of flowers, interspersed with roses, were ranged along the wall. About 3850 gentlemen sat down to dinner, and large numbers of the ladies of Limerick graced the scene with their presence. The lib...
[No. 3.] "Papeite, 16th November, 1843. "Reverend Mr. John J. Jesson, [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 4 May 1844
[No. 3.] 0 IPapeite, 1fill November, 1843. " Reverend Mr. John J. Jessan, " Sita-I am sorry that a mistake should have occursed as to what are my intentions. That which I asked from the Protestant Missionaries ought nout to be considered as an act of recognizance, and ry letter sufRcicntly indicated that it was not asked as such. " France having taken possession of thiese Islands requires counsel from no one. " But you exercise a spiritual autholity, and I wish ed to make you acquainted with my benevolent in tentions towards you, and towards the people whom you spiritually direct. " Although you have not presented yourself to me, I think nevertheless that it is nay duly to in. form you all that you will have a right to entire protection, and that I will afford that protection for your families, your property, and for tile free exer cise of your worship. " But it is my duty to inform you at the same time, that you will have to confine yourselves strict. ly within your religious privi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 4 May 1844
AGENTS FOIt THE OU1IOUaOL Broulee, Mr. B. M'Cauley. Deroima, Mr. B, M'Mahon. Patterson, Mr. J. O'Sullivan. Parramatta, Mr. P. Cardiff. Port Phillip, Mr. J. Bullen Wollongong, Mr. Thoms'Fowler Bathurst, Mr. T. Jones Goulburn, A:. Henry Thompson * Hobart 'own, Mr. John Roegan Maitland, Mr. Hawksle Camspbelltown, &o., Mr. M'Alislter Windsor, Mr. James Cassidy Pontith, Mr. James M'Carlhy Jerry's Plains, Mr. J.J. Ilarpur Ilungo Is, Mr. Edward Hlughes Wollonmbi, Mr. Michael Byrno I'ublished in the United Kingdom bU Mr. Junuu, 63, Patlrnuatoerrow, London Mr. W. J. Battersby 5, 6?ssez.bridge, Parll"s meont.street, Dublin. Syduey: Prlitcdaud a'ublished by MllOIIAL D'AliOY of Hridy.Ctreet? at the Chronicle Ollico, lUridgo-street,
Original Correspondence. MAITLAND—THE JUBILEE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 4 May 1844
r11"l IltA t tQol"'t'ffbpUl ltnt', -r MAITLAND.TIIEl JUfILEE. Mn F'mron- I trust ysou will be enabled to de. vole a small portion of your columns for a few remarks respecting the celebhration of tire Jubilee in \\ eat Maitland, and a few other matters connected with the progress of religir,n amongst us. Thle Jubilee was published by our IRev. Pastor on Paln Sunday, though during the previous week many persons had regul.rly attended chapel every day, and engaged in pious eeseciacs preparatory to its celebration; ds-inr the four succeeding days, after its publication, Mars was celebrated, and the chapel was each day crowded with persons anxious to Iarti, ipate in the spiritual benefits of the indul gence. It was truly edifying to witness so many persons retiiring from the cases, the follies, and the busi esa of the world, and to observe the reverential demeanour they evinced; the fervour with which they came to the pious exercises imposed on them, shewed that they were really in earne...
CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, MAY, 1814. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 4 May 1844
CATHOLIC DIJEOCTOIIY, MAY, ]814. S. 5 4th after Easter M. 6 S. John Apostle, double major T. 7 S. Stanislus,bilshop and Inastyr, double W. 8 Apparit. of S. Michael Archnngel double major T. 0 , Orregory, Nazlnz, bishp, and doctor, douible F. 10 S . Antonine, bishop anld coof semidouble 8. II R. Vigin in Sab. s 12 0th after Easter, de ca, semidouble I ogation, Ss. Nerel aud Companions, mart., heri, M. 13 semldouble. '1'. 14 IRogatlon, c. Boniface, mart , simple W. Ii Iogation, Vigil of Alcenlsion, de ca T. 10| ASc?oSION, double, st el. F. 17 S. Paschl, Babylola, conf. double 8. 18 . Venattius, mnrt. double S. 19 laIr. Oct.' Asceus. S. IPeter Csles'in, pope and cost. fessor, double M. 20 S. Ilernardin, coonl. semldeublo TI. "21 Die octava, semidouble W. 22 D octLava T. 2 Octave of Ascension, double, msj. F. 24 S. Ubald, blshnop and cont 111th Ihujts, semldouble 8 23 Vigil olr Pentecost, Iast day, deca, ertidouble S. 26 IPlNTECOST, dloublo,lstcl. 7I 27 Do octaova, double, 1 l. '1. 298 ...