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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 28 October 1843

--- IDri?lu al (1rr 0r1-p olta~ll'1f 1r. EDuTon--ln the debate upon the estimates last night. I was surprised to find Mr. Icely assert. ing that there was not a sufficient number of magis trates in the district of Bathurst who would attend to the business of the police office, if the council did not saddle the colony with an additional sum of three hundred pounds for the salary of the police magistrate of the above district. I now come to tacts, and challenge Mr. Icely to refute them if lie can. There are no less than thirteen magistrates, eight of whom reside within a distance of from one to three miles from the township, viz., General Stewart, Messrs. Ranklin, Rodd, Richards, Hawking, Sutherland, Piper, Carter, and Messrs. Street, Law son, Suitor, Irving, and Park reside from six to eight miles. If Mr. Icely can point out any of those gentlemen who attend at the benches of Car coar or Wellington, he must know more of the dis trict than I do, who have been a constant resident for t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 28 October 1843

boltract ot ; ales ba/ ýucltotl Advertised to this paper, whiah take (plaoe oetore our ue.t publiootton. THIS DAY. Mr. Stubbs, at his mart, King-street, at 11, crockery ware, &c. Mr. Blackman, at his rooms, at 11, superfine hats, blacking. TUESDAY. Air. Lyons, at the stores of Messrs. How & Co., at 11, deals, stout, &c. LONDON AND MANCHESTER HAT WAREHOUSE, CORNER OF GEORGE AND BRIDGE STREETS. JOHN THOMAS, LATE SHOPMAN TO MR. UTIHRR, I EGS to inform hij Friends and the Public, that he has commenced business on his own account, having purchased ihe business lately carried on by Mrs. Russell, situated as above, and hopes by assiduity and attention, to ensure a portion of the public patronage. J. T. has just received by the Lord Kenn, Pa. lestine, and other late arrivals, a large assortment of very superior BLACK and DRAB BEAVER HATS, broad and narrow brims, which haysve been manufactured by a first rate London house expressly to order. Ladies' fashionable RIDING...

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THE CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 28 October 1843

'IH E CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1843. " Ie just and fear not: Let all the ends thou alm'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's." ,Gakapeare. PUSEYISM-"THE SLIDING SCALE" OF RELIGIOUS OPINION. WVa live in an age of extraordinary movements, both moral and religious. On one hand, the most praiseworthy efforts.made to break asunder the chains that bound our sable fellow men of " African" blood ; on the other, philanthropic Societies uniting tire influence of their pen and purse with the aid afforded by liberal Governments, for the civilization of the " heathen" inhabitants of distant regions. In other quarters, patriotism and talent combining to shake off the trammels of political grievances. And last, though not least, the surprising and searching spirit of the close inquiry exhibited in the world of " religious opinion." Whilst on the Continent of Europe those of "Calvinistic" opinions are flying off from the pre cincts of " Christianity" into the darksome regions of " ...

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Port Phillip. THE BLACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 28 October 1843

.-O THE BLACKS. (From Uthe Portland Morcury.) On Thursday, Mr. Dana, Mr. Edgar, Mr. James Clark, and a part of the aboriginal police force, set out in quest of Mr. Ward's child, which has been for some time advertised, and supposed to have been carried off by the blacks. In the afternoon they came upon a party of those who frequent Lake Condom, of whoml they made three gins, or women, prisoners. On the following morning those who had escaped reappeared, looking after the gins, and after somne time were induced to approach so near as to allow of some inquiries being made respecting the lost child, when one of the men stated that it had been killed by another tribe in the vicinity ; and a boy was able to speak English so as to make himself understood, and titus became interpreter. The ob. ject in makinp the gins prisoners was to elicit some information respecting the child, but as they seemed not to have any knowledge either of the English language or that spoken by the black police, ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 28 October 1843

-o AIRRIVALS. OcTosan 25.-From Tahiti on the 10th, and the Navigator Islands on the 27th ult., the schooner Sultana, 120 tons, Scott, with 31 tuns cocoanut oil. Passengers- Mr. and Mrs. Cummins and child, lMessrs. Bicknell, Evaos, Lewis, and Haris,. Camp. hell and Co., agents. 25,-From sue Bay of Islands, having left on the 8ith a st., the brig City of SydCey, 100 tons, Monro, with sundries, I'assrngere-Mrs. Wilson and two daughters, Messrs. J. iloses, Li. 'Thompson, Lawns Benjamin, ?loody, J. and T. O'Neall, Jackson, Kelsing, and Miller. J. B. Maetnoal, agest. 26.--From London, haying left the Downs 27th Juue, the brig Ituna, 221 tons, Seaderson, with a general cargo. 26. - From Launceston, having left the 19th instant, Itu brig Christina, 126 tons, Pearce, with grain,-& c. Passaugers-M-lr. blase, and Mr. and Atrs; Hunt and daughter. A. 8. aitith ?" Co., agents

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MEETING FOR TODAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 28 October 1843

MEETINGS FOR TODAY. Edwin Augustus Hickey, a special meeting, to de cide on an offer of composition, at ten o'clock. George Pettit, a third meeting, at half-past ten. William Henry Monte, a third meeting, at eleven. James Dalgarno, a third meeting, at eleven. J. H. V. Turner, a first meeting, at noon. Potts, Baxter, and Co, a first meeting, at half-past one. Samuel Peek and Co., a special meeting, at noon. Thomas Gore and Co., a special meeting, at two,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 28 October 1843

"The Morning Chronicle" is published twice a week, on ledanesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New Saouth I'atles, Van Diemen's Land, South Australia, New Zealand, and India; and in England. Scotland, and Ireland.- The Quarters end on the 31st March, 30th June, 30th September, and 31st December; at which periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, after paying tte amount due.- Advertiscrs should mark on each advertisement the number of insertions required; otherwise they are continued till countermanded. Orders to discontinue or alter advertisements must be sent in before six o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday; but new advertisements are received till six o'clock on the evening before publication.-Adl instructions must be given in writing, and all letters post paid. L~~~~ mm -s LmmI- -mm m- - -- I TO THE ELECTOItS 01F COOR'S WAED. ENTLEMEN,-lo reply to' the numerously signed requisition I have this day received, I beg to announ...

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Legislative Council. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24. The SPEAKER took the chair at half-past three o'clock. SCOTS' CHURCH, SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 28 October 1843

Legislative Council.   -*- TUESDAY, October 24. The SPEAKER took the chair at half-past three o'clock. SCOTS' CHURCH, SYDNEY. Mr. WALKER, in the absence of his friend, Dr. Thomson, gave notice, that on Thursday next, he should move the following resolution :- ' That an address be presented to his Excellency the Governor, praying that under the peculiar circumstances set forth in the report of the select committee of the council, appointed to take into consideration the petition of the trustees of the Scots' church, Sydney, the sum recommended by the land committee to be placed on supplementary estimate for the object therein stated, may be placed on the supplementary estimate of expenditure for the present year." PORT ESSINGTON. Dr. NICHOLSON gave notice that he would on Thursday next, move the following resolution: " That an address be presented to his Excellency the Governor, praying that his Excellency will be pleased to direct the necessary steps to be taken to carr...

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Legislative Council. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 28 October 1843

-*- THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26. The SPEAKER took the chair about half past three o'clock. INSOLVENT LAW. The COL. SECRETARY laid upon the table the returns of fees received, and disbursements made by the Commissioner at Bathurst, in answer to the ad- dress moved by Dr. Nicholson. LICENSING ACT. The Col. SECRETARY gave notice that he should move for leave to bring in a bill tomorrow to amend the licensing act, more especially with respect to wine growers. SCOTS CHURCH. Mr. WALKER, in pursuance of notice moved, that an address be presented to his Excellency the Go- vernor, praying that he would be pleased to place a sum on the supplementary estimates for the present year, in accordance with the views of the petitioners. Dr. Lang, at considerable length, seconded the motion. Alter a long discussion, during whloh the Colonial Treasurer opposed the motion, which was defended by the Attorney General and Mr. Bowman, the question, that an address be presented to the Go- vernor, praying that a sum...

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INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25. (PROOF OF CLAIMS before the Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates). [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 28 October 1843

INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. -0- WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25. (PROOF OF CLAIMS before the Chief Commissioner of Insolvent   Estates). In the estate of Emma Rowley, a special meeting was held, and the following claims proved: the estate of E. Youngman and Co., £41 ; J. G. Ra. phael, 901 6s 9d ; A. Moses, 901 las lld; the estate of Dunlop and Co., 61 11 ; the Union Bank, 1011 17s 3d. In the estate of William Court, a aspecial meeting was held, and the following claims proved : ti;e trustees of the estate of Charles Robins, 3211 5s E. Ogg and Co., 241 is 10d. In the estate of John and James Walker, a spe- cial meeting was held, but being for examination only, no claims were proved. In the estate of J. H. Grose, the claim of William, Aird for the sum of 297/ 10s was proved.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1843

AGBNTS pOR, TuB. uHRONn fLE,, Parramalta, Mr. Reynolds Wollongong, Mlr. Edward Corrigo,? Bathurst, Mr. II. Jones Guulbyrp, AIr. Henry Thompson Hobart Town, Mr. John.Ltegan Hokianga, Mr. T. Poyntou Maitland, Mr.' Doe Mudgee, Mr. E. Sampson Campbelltown, Mr. M'Alistc? Wiqdsor, Mr. James Cassidy Penritb, Mr. James M'Carthy . Appin, Mr. Owen Largy Jeirr's Plains, Mr. J. J. Hlarpur, P.M. Bungonia, Mr. Edward Hughes, Wollombi, Mr. Michael Byrne Published in the United Kfngdogs, by Mr. Jones, 63, Paternoster row, London Mr. W. J. Batteraby, 5, Eseox-bridge, ±'arlhis m'en.street, Dublin. Sydney Prihnted and Published by MIOHA?tL D'ABOY, of Drllge.straet, at the Cbromenst)ltiU , Irldr.stre1s%,

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WEEKLY METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. VARIATION OF THE THERMOMETER, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1843

NJLJ MLY M0ETEORtOLOG1CAL T.ALE. VARIATION Ur 7113 TIIRUMOMRTlR, &0. It. N. . WIND). WT0NIIU:&.J...Y . 200b 74 .70 N.B. Clear Tttuno~iAT .". "" 28 100617017053 8.E. Ditto FRIDAY ....... 2 4 74 70 N.E. Ditto SATUDur .......... 28 00 7A108 S.W. Ditto NAY........... 20 0744 8.W. Ditto MONDAY Y.0...... 30 1 0 N.1 7 Iitt TUSD........."110517001 64.7 . 50 IFfDitto Mean tempernture, 680.

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THE EVENTS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1843

THE EVENTS OF THE WEEK. -o (From the Tablet.) It is difficult to give, in a brief compass, any thing like an adequate notion' of the events which have to be recorded as-falling within the compass oi the present week-possessing, as they do, ';ie ut. most variety, and at the same time, inl.erest of the highest order." Great, indeed, is is their variety In aon sense of the word-in another they are dis. tinguisbed by a very painful es;d tunpleasant uni-. formity. Two main characteristics distinguish all of them--tceakness andl justice; and these two may be summed up in one common oppollative, disgroace.' First, howt stand the alfairs of this country abroad ? We cannot enter into all the points that present mark for comment, but one or two stand out very prominently, and can hardly be passed by. Rus'aian aggression on Serviahas at length been completely triumphant. The Servians hold out no longer against tihe overwhelming influence of Russia. Prince Alexander resigns, and will submit to ...

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HIGH WATER IN SYDNEY COVE. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1843

IIGH WATER IN SYDNEY COVE. THl DAAT. e0 min. p. 2 morning I 32 min. p. s ovening 3 min. p. 4 morning I 35 rin. p. 4 evening PRIDAY. 0 min. p 6 morning I du mln. p. 6 evening Sun ises this day 20 min. p. 6; sets 40 min. p. B

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VALPARAISO. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1843

VALPARAISO. We perceive that another batch of emi grants, including 68 men, 24 women, and 43 children, have embarked in the Frances, for Valparaiso, To express any thing like confidence of their meeting with success equal to their expectations, would be on our part " hoping against hope." We have written some time back to Valparaiso to procure " correct information" as to the prospects of " British emigrants" in that quarter of the globe, .and we should be in clined .to think that the Colonial Govern ment has taken similar steps, in order to set these poor people right, and to prevent tnemn-rrum neng aeluctec to tller own ruin, by the false. :and specious reports of inter ested parties. One thing is certain, the Chilian Govern ment will allow no foreigners to land on their shores, as residents, till " the Consul" of that nation to which such foreigners may belong, shall guarantee that such persons shall cause no loss or incumbrance to the local government. And unless the English Con...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1843

7tlbtract of ~ales ?ip i otttfon Advedltsed In this paper, whioh take ,plaoo beorer our next publloautou, THIS DAY. Mr. Lyons, at his mart, at 11, Chinese curiosities. TO.MORROW. MIr. Cbapmoes at the Union Wharf, at 19, building materials. FRIDAY. Mr. Stubbs, on the ground, at i, laud at Kensington SISST OF ADDITIONAL SUB L SCRIPTIONS for the Erection of St. Patrick's Church, Sydney :-Sunday Evening, 29th October, 1843. £s. d. Very Rev. F. Murphy ......... 0 5 0. tRev. John M'Encroe ........ 0 2 6 Mr. Patrick Bradley ........ O 2 6 Covle' ........0 2 6 Master James Coyle ......... O 2 6 O(eorgeCurtis's weekly collection 0 1 0 Wm. Curtis's ditto ........ .0 2 2 Peter Curtis's ditto ........ 0 1 0. Miss Sarah Donaldson's ditto........ 0 2 0 A Friend ........ 0 1 '0 Ditto ........0 2 6 Collected by the children ... ..., 6 Collected in, the room ....... 0 7 0 £1 18 60 Total subscriptions this evening .... £2 0 6 60' TO THE ELECTORS OF COOK WAARD. SENTLEMEN,-Having ascertain U' ed beyond...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1843

DEPARTURES. OCT. 29.-For Adelaide, the brig Emma, Captain Sproul. with sundries. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. M. Woolley, Mrs. Burt, Mr. and-Mrs. Graham and child, Miss Handerson, Mr. and Mrs. Macdermott and three children, Ilils Kelly, and Mrs. Gurney. 29.-For Western Port and Port Phillip, the ship Gilmore, Captain Maw, in ballast. 29.-For Hongkong, the ship Euphreter, Captain Christmas, with sundries. Passengers-Mr. A. C. G, Irvine, Mr. E. N. Burgess, Mr. and Mrs. Smith and child, Mr. C. Pownall; steerage, Mr. and Mrs. Jones and son, Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs. Ashtield, Mr. and Mrs. Cooper, Messrs. Newby, Farquarson. T. and G: Itennard, and Lewiaham. 31.-For Norfolk Island, the brig Governor Phillip, Boyle, with stores. 31.--For Twofold Bay and New. Zealand, the brig Bes, Le Grand, with sundries. Passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Harper, and three children. . '31--For Twofold Bay, the schooner St. Heliers, Priaul.. in hIllalt.' 31.-For Port Nelson, New Zealand, the euttir Catherine ...

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Original Correspondence. ELECTION OF CITY COUNCILLORS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1843

* ®]rtginlal gf ?rc pO1lt llcr. ELEOTION OF 0ITY 0OUbCILLORS. Ma. ETrron--"To be or not to be" will be the question tomorrow morning, on the election of six councillors to represent the different wards of the city. No doubt, Sit, the citizens have had a surfeit of our very eficienat municipal body, as formed in palt of those gentlemen, some of whom now retire, in the fond anticipation of being roeelected. Let the citizens look to it-let them not choose their men blindfold-let them not be cajoled' by vain words and empty protestations, but let them send men to the council who possess not only the "will" but the "i ability" to advocate their interests I do not pretend, Sir, to prophetic inspiration, eor do I profess to anticipate the result, but I never theless may hazard a0 opinion as to what that result ought to be. Without monopolizing too great a space in your valuable columns, I will briefly state that in Bourke Ward the citizens will do well to return Mr. Blackman, as being the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1843

'The. Moing Chronicle" is published twice, a week, on Wednesday and aturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New Souh les, Van Diemen's Land, South Australia, Ne Zealand, and India; and in England, Scotland, and Ireland.- The Quarters 30th 'June, 30th September, and 31st Decgber; at which periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, after paying the amount due.--Advertisers should mark on each advertisement the number of insertions reuired; otherwise they are contined til cernded Oders toMar discontinue or alter advertisements must ent in before six o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday; but new advertisements are received till six o'clock on the evening before publication.-All instructions must be, given in ar ontnued tll countermanded Orders o .. . .... . . .; ... .. .... ...... . . . ... .n t d all letters post paid. PUBLIC NOTICE. VWILLIAl[l JONES, LETTER PRESS AND' COPPER-PLbATE IPRlSGTIIT , ar&e., ., COLONNADE, BRIDGE-STRIEET, SYDNEY...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1843

TO ,CORIESPONDEDNTS. From.neatly twelve ycarloolonial experience in the con. stayn and confldentll Inotercourse with ovary class of prioners we oem totally averse to the "'revival'" of Transportation to New South Wales, notwithstanding the temporal or pecuniary advantages that some suppose the colony may derive from esuch a measure. If the experiment now about to be made in Van Dlcmcn's Land In the" management and reformation" of prisoners prove satislsctory aBd effectual, then there will be some data for discussing the question as to the future revival of transportation in some remote parts of New Holland. Until then we are not inclined to open our columns for the disoctsion of this question, This will be considered a sult. ielent atswerfotour declining to giver insertion to.the,letteo*f Aonlteot on this subject.

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