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SHIPS MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 20 February 1847
SHIPS MAILS, Mails will clos ijt tlje Post Ollce as follows : For, Hbart Town.-- thy U ' Iarerfily, this evening. For Auckland-By the Maukin, this evening. For Adelaide-By.the Flibbertyr, this evehing. For England-By the Neptune and .ledway. on Monday; the Johnlstone, on Wednestday; lhe .Sir George Symouir; (P.O.P.) the 1lst" March';
INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY, FEB. 16. Before the Chief Commissioner. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 20 February 1847
INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY, IEB. 16. Before the Chief Commiasioner. PROOF OF CLAIMS. .In the estate of George Townshend, an adjourned special meeting : Paul Frederick Morgan, 721. 4s. 9d. The meeting was then adjourned until the .13th of May. 'In the estate-of John Macquarie Palmer, a single meeting: Hans Conrad Frety, 301. 17s.; 'John Moring, 11. 10s. ; John Barnes, 41. 5s Bd: Maurice Birnstingl. 51. 18s. 6d.; John Fearnley, 41. 8s.; 'Joseph ~Looke, 141.-18s. ; avid Jones and Co., 801. 6s. 3d. In the estate of Elward John Hawksley, a special meeting had been called, but no parties appeared. THURSDAY, FEB. 18. CERTIFICATES. The following persons .had their .certificates of discharge allowed by the Chief Commissioner.: John Cheesman, John Charles Thomas, and John Longfiell. In the case of Andrew Donovan, as notice of opposition had been filed, the consideration of his application was postponed for a week. MEETING FOR TO-DAT. Patrick M'Carron, an adjourned single meeting, at ten ...
Maitland Circuit Court. SATURDAY, FEB. 13. Before his Honor Mr. Justice Dickinson. FORGERY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 20 February 1847
jilaitlatib elrcttrt aoutt. -o .(Abridged from the lailtland Mercury.,) SATURDAY, FEB. 13. -Before his Honor Mr. Justice Dickinson. "OROEaY. John -Gilles M'Leod was indicted for forging certain warrants or orders, with intent to defraud the Crown ;a second count charged the prisoner with uttering the said orders, knowing them to be forged with intent to defraud one John Broughton; and a third count charged the offence as with intent to defraud the cashier of the Bank of Australasia. The Court ruled that there being two different and separate offences charged in .the same indictment, the officers of the Crown were bound to elect upon which they would go. The Attorney-General chose the set of counts charging thecrime of uttering a forgeryr. Mr. Purefoy appeared for the.prisoner. From the evidence it appeared that theprosocutor, John. Broughton, a Jabouring man, residing at Aberdeen, near Scone, had a claim for 401. on the .govemrment.for.capturing -two bushrangers, named Wilson and Kn...
CAMPBELL-STREET MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 20 February 1847
CAMPBELI-STREET. MARKET. *HAY-One luniired'loads were sold from 3 Os. to £5 per tois.' ' ST?L --;v Twenty loads, from £2:to £3" ls. per SForn~a-Ten loads, were -broughtrttQ market, wlhicl were sold at from Sd. to 7d. per dog n. BEDDIN ý-Tc?Wve loads, at 3s. to s. Gd.per load. WsIaAT-Twenty. 16ads, from 4s. to 5s. 3d. per. bush'el. M Az.--None... ; OATS-None. BAaRLEY-Eight 'loads, from 3s. Ito, 3U. 8d. per bushel.
SYDNEY BETHEL UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 20 February 1847
SYDNEY BETHEL UNION. On Tuesday evening last the general annual meet ing of the friends and supporters .of the Sydney Bethel Union, was held in the City Theatre, Market street. Mr. JOHN FAIRFAx was in.the.chair. and briefly stated the objects of the meeting. A report was then read from the Secretary, and from the Treasurer's accounts it appeared.that there was a balance of £7 13s. at the credit of that officer. The Rev. Mr. THRBLKELD, Chaplain of the In stitution, then read a long report of the progress and operations of the Institution during the past year. The Rev. Mr. SawvDEas then moved, that the reports, together with a list of the subscribers, be adopted- and printed, and circulated under the direc tion of the committee. Captain BowaN, of the American barque Mount IJ'alloston, seconded the resolution, which was carried. The Rev. Mr. BoYCE proposed, " that this meet ing desires to express its hearty.concu.rence in the operations of this Society, and under a deep sense of its va...
Sydney Markets. [CORRECTED UP TO LAST EVENING.] FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 20 February 1847
[CORRECTED TP TO LAST EVENING,J. FLOUR, WHEAT, 8&c. £ s. d. £ s; d. Flouri fine, per 100lbs. ., .0 0 0 to 0 13. 0:0 Ditto, seconds, ditto .. .. 0 0 . 0 11 0 Ditto, ration, ditto . .. 0 00 .. 0 10 :0 Bread;,per 21b. loaf .. ':." 0 0, 3.. O.?0.0 0 Biscuit, fine, per cwt. 0;; 0 1 0 i. 0 19. ':.0 Ditto, second, ditto *.. ., Q 0 0 .. 0 15- . Hay, perton .. .. 3 10 0 ., 5 0 0 Ditto, retail, per cwt.,. . 0 4 0 ;..0 6 0 Wheat Straw, per ton .. 2 0 , 0 .:3 10 0 Fodder, per dozen ., .. 0 0 0 ., 0 0 7 Bedding, per load: ... .. 3 0 .. 0 ~ 4 0 Wheat, Colonial, per bushel 0 4 0 .. 0. 5;. 3 Barley, ditto, ditto .... 0 3 0 ., 0. 3 8 Ditto, Cape, ditto .... 0 0 0 .. 0 0 Oats, per bushel, wholesale ,0 2 9 .. 0 3 0 Ditto. ditto, retail . ;., 0 0 0 .. 0 0 0 Maize, ditto; wholesale .. 0 2 5 .. 0 -2 7 Ditto, ditto, retail ... . O 3 0 ,. 0, 3 3 Bran, per.bushel :....,.0 0. 10 ,., 0 0 11 BUTCHERS' MEAT. Beef, carcass, per lb... .. 0 ' 1 . 0 0 0 Ditto, per joint, ditto .. 0 0 -1 ..00 0 2 Mutton, car...
Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Sydney Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 20 February 1847
*rigtlao oprlhohi iae. -o S .r'?b the Editor of the Sydney Chronicle. Sla,- Would you. or any of your numerous Traders, inform me how long newspapers are to be printed before they are out of date for sending home. I have at different times put into the Post-office here rnumbers of the Chronicle for transmission home; they have been returned, saying they were over d-date. I pot them in before the return mail for Syd ney. By Informing. me how we could transmit pipers to our friends at home, you will oblige Your obedient servant, Molong. Feb. 13th. P. D. C. .[We believe the Post-office regulation is. that -newspapers which are not posted within seven days 'from their publication are not forwarded.-ED. ,Cinaon.]
CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR FEBRUARY, 1847. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 20 February 1847
CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR FRRRUARY, 1817. SS. ,' 2 Of the feria *Sg.. First Sunday in Ient, Ist cl, semid. 16. 2 lSt Peter's Chuir at Antioch, doub. nrj. Tu. 3J St. Peter Damian, Bis. and on.. donll,. W . 24 St. Mathia. Ahpost.. dcob , 2nd al. (quut. temp.) 'h. O?2 of the ferin .F. I Of the feria (qual. temp ) S. 7 I Cf the feria (quat. temp) *S. 28 Second %uuday in Lent,? nd cl., semid.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 20 February 1847
AnmoLnTon os. DsooANs.-- .On .Tuesday, the following act to abolish deodands took efTect:- " Whereas, the laiv respecting the forfeiture of chattels which have moved to or caused the death of man, and respecting deodands, is unreasonable and inconvenient-Be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, by and with.the advice and con sent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal and Com mons in this present Parliament assembled, and'by the authority of tlhe same, that from and after the Ist September, 1846, there shall be no forfeiture of any chattel for or ins respect of the same having moved to or caused the death of man; and no coro ner's jury, sworn to inquire upon the sight of any dead body how the deceased came by his death, shalt find any. forfeiture of any chattel which may have moved to or caused the death of the deceased, or any deodand whatsoever;. and it shall not be necessary, in any indictment or inquisition for homicide to allege thevalue.of .the instrument .wich caused...
IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 20 February 1847
IRELAND. 'iom the latest intelligence which has been re • eived, it appears that the condition of Ireland is 'still as deplorable as can well be conceived. The following is a portion of a letter from the Rev. T. Hardiman, parish priest of Kilmecna, in the arch diocese of Tuam : " At all events, if my poor people he doomed to die of starvation,as in all appearance they are, my * hands shall be innocent of their blood. I shall not venture to decimate them, unless there be at least 300 allowed for Halfparish, and 000 for Kilmeena. And, as the long-threatened new works are in play, 5000 men a day are as little as can be safely named for work in this district. In fact, I could not ex cept five men out of the general roll of distress in the whole length and breadth of this parish. Only that I know it is useless to appeal to " the powers that be," I would warn them not to tamely look on 'any longer whilst thousands are starving unheeded, Sand I believe I may add, unpitied too. But expe rie...
Maitland. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 20 February 1847
iattlanllb -0 (From the Alaitland Mllercry.) Two CutL.DoaN STaYINo.-On Sunday, George Piercy, a small settler living at Close's Swamp, near Morpeth, left his home about ten in the morning, accompanied by his three children, but shortly after told them to go back to their mother. The eldest, a boy of eight or nine, accordingly ran back, think ing his sister of six years old was following him with her little brother, a child of two years old; on her back. Some time having elapsed, however, without their appearance, their mother got alarmed, and sent for Mr. Piercy, who, with the neighbours, made every search for them throughout the day and night following, but without .efl-ct. On Monday morning, Piercy came in and gave information to the police of .the loss of his children. About mid day, however, they were found near Four-mile Creek, about five miles from where they had strayed. A settler in that locality observed them passing his hut, which, with some difficulty, he induced them to ...
Port Phillip. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 20 February 1847
Port lbillip. Tins TA SlANIANS.--We take the following some. what startling statement from a report of the pro ceedings of the British Association for the Advance ment of Science-" A paper by H. B. Davies, Esq., was next read, on the Tasmanians-who command so much interest as having been extirpated from their country, and sent to Flinders' Island within these few years. It contained some very curious information respecting this race-for instance, the writer stated that he had seen an unweaned infant smoking a pipe, and thata woman would eat between fifty and sixty eggs, larger than a duck's, at one meal. The chairman stated that among them there was to be found traces of four distinct languages, and that they were altogether distinct in race from the people of Australia. A conversation arose, onthe reading of this paper, as to the effect of the climate on the digestive organs. Mr. Ogilby stated it to be no uncommon circunmstance for an individual at a single meal, to eat 12 lbs. mea...
EVENTS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 20 February 1847
EVENTS OF THE. WEEK, to (Froii the Obserie; Ociober 25.) a The foreign intelligence of the week has been a vanried and interesting. There has been "a change r of talilistry in Portugal. The fate Cabinet ,,as only in office four months.. It was broken up on the 6th instant by a coup de main, thoughiuriattended with P loss of life. The late administration were democrats c their successors consist of an admixture of chartists e and constitutional. conservatives. The, Marquis of e Saldanha, and Viscounts Oliveira and Careira are p the leading members of the new government. ,,'he v Duke deo Palmella, the head of the late ministry, had s been exerting himself to retrieve the financial em barrassniemts of the country,' but it leing known a that lie had no favour with thie Queen, capitalists c were too -wary to trust to the credit of a State in these unsettled circumstances. He was only main taind in power until such time as the plot was ripe t for his overthrow. 'Several arbitrary steps we...
DUNGOG. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 20 February 1847
DUNGOG. This fine district is in the most flourishing con dition. All the settlers are in good spirits, and the cattle are as fat as they can roll. The stretch of land skirting the river from its source in the Mount Royal Hills is covered with luxuriance. The Indian corn is wonderfully strong ; it would be worth a journey from Maitland alone to see Mr. Brodie's immense maize crop-it is impossible to imagine its extent. The distlict is likewise most healthy, no new case having been reported as being received at the hos pital for a long time. We have had a succession of floods for the last month ; the creeks and roads have been in a fear ful state. Februry 16th, 1847. SINGLETON. THE WEATHER.-On Wednesday last we were boasting to ourselves that the weather then appeared to be entirely cleared up, but we were very soon doomed to disappointment; for in the evening the rain recommenced, and continued pouring down, with greater or less force, till midnight on Friday Since then we have had ...
THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1847. REFLECTIONS, BRITISH AND AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 20 February 1847
'SYDNEY CHRONICLE. :SAI'URDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1847. .REFLE'CT'IONS, BRITISH AND AUSTR A LI.A N. 'BEFORE ,proceeding to submit to .the con sideration of our readers, the 'observations -which occur to us as beneficiallv arising from the topics our "cdlonial affairs at the ,present moment present.to.the .view of their watchful observer, we have a few words to add to our last elucidation of the late -in :telligence in reference to European politics. Owing to.a:mistake in the typographical .department of our Journal, not discovered 'till too late for rectification, the extracts, ,developingithe strong antipathy wihidh was extending throughout Ireland to the Rus -sell administration, did not appear in our last -number, although specifically.alluded to in our leading article. The .matter •omitted has been supplied in to-day's issue. It will be found on perusal, not only con rfirmatory of our declarations on the subject, but worthy of special notice, as affording aincontestible proof that, no...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 20 February 1847
DEPARTURES. February 16-" Christopher jllitchell, American whaling ship; Captain Acly, for the Sotith Sea Fishery. 16 -Lewis, American ship, Captain .Tallmnan. for the Whale Fishery, 16--iinscales, barque, Captain Sproul, for London. Passengers-Mr. and -Mrs. Murray and six children, Mr. and Mrs.. Kean anti child,. Miss Stranmore, Messrs. A. Mason, W. Pickeron, J. ,Earnshaw, G. Grant, and C, Macdonald., 18-Sapphire, bariqFe, Captain Miller, for Lon don-Passenger-Mr. E. R. Fisher. -
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THE Government Gazette of yesterday contains the following:— PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 20 February 1847
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TiIB Government Gazette of yesterday con tains the following : PROCLAMATION. By His Excellency Sir Charles Augustus Fitz Roy, Knight Companion of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order, Captain-General and Governor in-Chief of the Territory of New South Wales and its -Dependencies, and Vice-Admiral of the same, &c., &c., &c. Whereas the Legislative Council of New-South Wales now stands prorogued to Tuesday, the 9th March next, and it is expedient further to prorogue the same: Now therefore, I Sir Charles Augustus Fits Roy, Knight Companion of the Royal Hano verian Guelphic Order, in pursuance of the power and authority in me vested as Governor of the said C~olony, do hereby further prorogue the said Legis lative Council to Tuesday, the twentieth day of April -next. Given under my hand and seal at Govern -ment "House, Sydney, this 17th day of February, in the year of our Lord.one thou sand eight hundred and forty seven,. and in the tenth year...