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

NOTICE OF REMOVAL. O UR Subscribers and Friends are respectfully informed that " The' Morning Chroniclo" will in future be printed and published in Bridgeo-street, Sydney, on the promises late the" Aus tralian" Newspaper Ofico, Colonnade, .where, in'futurQ, all communications are to be addressed. :NOTICE TO AGENTS. - T* HOSE whose names appeared in JL the imprint of the late "* Austral asian Chronicle," as duly accredited Agents, are requested, and :hereby authorised, to collect all Accounts due, in their respective districts, to "The Morning .Chronicle," 'from the sest of Oetober.instant. MR. THOMAS HIGGINS is authorised to collect the accounts for Sydney, and he will give receipts, signed by MR. MICHAEL D'AnCY, the Publisher of the " Chronicle."

Publication Title: Morning Chronicle
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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1843

SbItpptiyg itelligvne e. -o ARRIVALS. Oct. 23.-From Launceston, having left the 23rd instant, tilhe brig Dawsons, 227 tons, Captain Carder, with grain. 28.-From Hobart Town, having loft the 22nd instant, the chooner VWaterliy, 155 tons, Captain lHayle, with sundries. Passengers-Mr. Rogan, Mrs. Connell and child, Mr. Davidson, Miss Ann Murray. and Mr. Allen, 29.-From, Hobart Town, having left the 21st instant, the schooner Comet, 112 tons, Captain Cork, with grain, &c. Passengers-Mr. Howord, and Mr. Walkinshaw.

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Van Diemen's Land. AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1843

Van lfemsenr anILbi. -o AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. After the prizes were declared, upwaids of 100 gentlemen sat down to an excellent dinner, pro. vided by Mr. Inglebert. Upon the cloth being re moved, ", The Queen, Prince Albert, and the Prince and Princesses and the Queen Dowager and the Royal Family," were proposed in succession by the chairman, Mr. Philip Smith, and were drank with tihe usual honours. The chairman then proposed" The Health of the Lietitenant Governor," and begged the meeting not to forget that His Excellency had t'avelled eighty miles to be present on this occasion, which shewed a zeal and interest in the objects connected with the association, which argued 'wcl for his determination c.. to encourage and protect the langulshing interest of the gradest and farmer. His Excellency then rose, and spoke in nearly the following words n *' It would be great affectation in me to suppose that you would not drink my health; but I can hardly tell you how much I am gratified ...

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REPEAL AGITATION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1843

RIEPEAL AGITATION. [From the Morning Advertiser.') The Repeal Association in Dublin have just pub. lished an address. It is not intended for Repealers only, but is meant for the entire population of Ire. land. It is intended to define the objects'which they have in view, and to explain what they con. sider likely to be the effects of a separation between the two countries. The document, which occupies nearly a column and a half of the Dublin papers, is drawn up with much skill and great ability. It is pervaded by a tone of calmness and moderation which must sur. prise those who have been in the habit of looking on the Repealers as so many lawless savages who dream of nothling but outrages on persons and pro. perty. Into the details of the views and objects of the Repeal Association we do not enter. They may be all summed up in the one object of obtaining a legis. lature of its own for Ireland, which shall have io connexion with, nor be in :any way influenced by, the parliament of Gr...

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THE CLARE DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1843

THE CLARE DEMONSTRATION. -o V From the Wreoly Dispatch, June 25.) The display at Ennis, called by Mr. O'Connell, far exceeded in magnitude, enthusiasm, and fixed ness of purpose, any of the pieceding demonstrations of the resent month, not excepting Cork or Tip. perary. The numbers are variously stated; some put them down at 600,000, and others at 700,000, The'preparations for O'Connell's public entry were commenced on Monday. At the entrance, on all sides, whole trees were planted, with triumphal •mirc es aiaross, having1 various mottos and devices, such as, '" See theconquering hero comes 1" " Re peall Repealli Repeal !1" " Ireland for the Irish, and the Irish for Ireland," &c. On entesing Upper Gaol-street, from Limerick, you beheld nothing but planted trees, triumphal arches, gar lands, mottoes, and devices of which we observed the following stretching across from side to side: Oh, welcome to the hills of Clare, Where freedom's voice is found to cheer you; And honest hea...

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MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1843

MErTNOI O! CREDITORS. Wednaedsy, November 1.-Tamillus Mappin and' Co., 1st; Cooke and SIa;jdgi, let- J. and J. %V1Iker, ad. op. Thursday, 2.-John Bird, a.; William Matthews, a.; James Cullen, a.; Thomas Manwariog, a.; Hugh Kennedy,s.; Potts, Baxter, and Co., 2nd ; Robert Lord, ist. Friday, 3.-Edward Youngm an, 3rd ; James Now Ian, ap.; Charles Robins, sp. Saturday, 4.-James M'Cooey, 3rd; Michael Farrell, 1st. Monday, 6.-At Maitland, J. H. V. Turner, 2nd; at same place, Titomas Wilkinson, a. 'Tuesday, 7.-James Adair, 2qd; John Hosking, 1st; John Rostroan, 2nd; James Waller, 2nd. Wednesday, 8.-Ousley Condell, 1st ; Thomas Inches, Ist, ; Arthur Rotton, sp., at Maitland. Thursday, 9.-J. T. Hughes, ad. 2nd; A. Moss-. man, 2nd; John Mackay, Ist. Friday, 10.-Hughes and Hosking, 1st. ; Joseph Walford, sp. Satuiday, 11.--lames Andlosark, sp.; Forbes and Co ,3rd; Wicks Norton, 3rd; T. Mappin and Co , 2nd ; Cook and Staddon, 2nd. Monday, 13,-Larkln Foreman, a.; Robert Lord, 2nd ; Michael Farre...

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NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1843

NKW INBOLVENTe. The following schedules were filed on Saturday, viz : John Mackay, of Waverly, near Sydney, one of the firm of Abercrombie and Cor, sequestrated on petition. No statement filed of debts or assets. William Corbett Turobull, of Parta!natta-street, surveyor: debts,49116a; assets-personal proparty, 101 10s, outstanding debts, 71 12s; balacce defi ciency, 311 14s. Thomas Inches, of Motto Farm1 near Raymond Terrace, settler r debts, 596 4 ; [assets-personal property, 1821 1hs, outstanding debts, 71 15s a ba lance deficiency, 405 16sa. George Townshend, of the Paterson River, settler, debts, 2411 4a 10d; assets-personal pro. percy, 701, outstanding debts, 211; balance defi clency, 16614s dJ.

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INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28. (Before the Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates). PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1843

INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. -o SATURDAY, OCTonsn 28. (Before the COhef Commisaloner of Insolvent Estates). PROOF OF CLAIZISa In the estate of E. H. Hickey, a special mee'ing r Collard and Collard, 4701 7s ; E. Manning, 71 10s in this case an offer of twenty ahillingain the pound, to be paid in three years by two instalments, was accepted. In the estate of .George Pettit, a third meeting s R. Selkrig, 611 Is; J. A. M'Keon, 11 12s 8d; G. Segerson, 11 Gs, not admitted; H. Fisher, 661 16s. In the estate of Ii V. Turner, a first meeting was held, and a special in that of S. Peek and Co., but no claims were proved in either estate. I1 the estate of Potts, Baxter, and Co., a first meeting: the estate of Willis, Sandeman, and Co., 311 10s. In the estateof Thomas Gore and Co. s J. Broad. wood ans, Sons, of London, 5911 2s. In the estate of William Henry Moose, a third meeting : Peek and Campbell, 321 19s. id ; the .Royal Exchange Company, 2001; J. Ilack, 3341 7 6d d; J. B; Darvall, 2601 ; the Union...

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Legislative Council. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27. POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1843

tegi(latt)le (gTottiwlt FnoDAY, OcTonan 27. (POST OFIC0E. Dr. LANs brought up the report of the select committee on the resolutions referred to' them re lative to-the proposed resolutions on the post office. Received and, ordered to be printed.with the evi dence taken. WINDSOR POLICE MAGISTRATE. Mr. BOWMAN presented a petition from 490of the inhabitants of ihe districtof Windsor. praying that the house do reconsider their resolution relative to 'the' abolition of the office of police magistrate in that .district. "The petitioners expressed their wil-' lingness to bear, if required, part of the.expense, consequent on the maintenance thereof. The petition having been reed and received, Dlr. BowMAN gave notice that he should move, on Tuesday next, that the petition be taken into consideration. Air. TusnnY presented a.petition from the inha bitants of Pitt Town, and other portions of the district eof Windsor, praying for a continuation of the office of police magistrate. The petition wa...

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1843. IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1843

MORNING CHRONICLE. IVEDNESDIY, NOVEMBER 1, 1843. "sbe Just and fear note Let .a the eUdr tholu Jst' at be thy onoU tr'as Thy God',, and truth's." . hakpeare. IRELAND. EvEnY arrival puts us in possession of on couraging news regarding the great and over-whelming " moral movement" ,now going forward in Ireland. There the peo ple are weekly, almost daily, meeting in " tens and hundreds of thousands," to dc mand in a firm and peaceable manner the restoration of their National Legislaturo. The " Repeal Rent" is also weekly increas ing from hundreds to .thousands of pounds sterling. Truly did the celebrated Mr. Canning " predict," some years ago, that the next great war that would occur would be " a warofopinion." And such a " war" is now being actually carried on throughout the length and breadth of the " tranquil" plains of Ireland-the irresistable war of " public opinion" against public grievance, and that carried on in a tone of such deter mined firmness, that must lead in a short tim...

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Sydney Markets. OCTOBER 29, 1843. FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1843

,ineyIp IlAPaVtEtt. -o OCTOBER 29, 1843. FLOUR, WHEAT, &o. "Barker's ]Mills:-I- IVan Dlemen'e Land ditto, 4 Fine Flour, l2s ? 1001bs, Od to s d per bushel cash 13s Maize, Colonial, 2s Od to 2s Gd Seconds, 10s, cash l s retail, s Od to 3s Bread 3d to cd per 21b loaf IBran, Ia4d to is Gd per bush. File disacult, Ps pet cwt. Darloy,a G d to 3e id ditto Second ditto, lOs ditto Barley, Cape, s OGd to a3 Odl Sydney o'empany's Mills:- ditto Fine 1 ,our.14a f 1001bs, Oat?s, 2s 0d to 3s 3d, retail, casih Its wholesale, 2s 3d to 2 Od Seconds, 12s, casth 10s Hay, £ 10s to £6 10s per ton Ilation, L?, dash £8 \Vheatstraw, sld per owl Valparaiso ditto, £10 Grass, wholesale,Odi to 9d per Coloital \heat, 3s Od to 4s Od doz, buudles, retail, lOd per bushel FRIUITAND VEGETABLES. Oranges Is Od to Gs per dozcn Tomatoes, Is per dozen Apples, is to 3s Od iper doz Sllverreets, Gd per bundlei Loquats, 8dper quart l'otatoes, new, V. D. L. s to Guavas, d to 3d each Super owl or ld per Lb Lisbon lemon...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1843

SHREw snBUR.-A Baptist preachor and four other converts made their iratcommunioo in Easter week, in the Catholic chapel of the abovm town. The pastor hia; jqut now i0 Protestants under instruction. A very eligie site for a noe? Catholio church has bpen purchased this year in the most respectable part of the town ; and it is ex peoted that the Earl of Shrewsbury will, with his usual muniflcence, inimedlately build a noble church in thiq towns from which Ihe takeq biI title _o (From the Maitland Mnertary.) It would almost appear as though no revival in business was ever to take place, such is the conti. nued dulness of the times. We do not now expect to hear of say increase in the amount of business transacted until after the harvest, which, judging from the appearance of the' wheat crops In this neigh. bourhood will take place in the course of a fortnight or three weeks. The prices of grain are at present merely nominal, but there is so little brought into the market that scarcely an...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1843

SUPRRE? COURT.-The court sat for a ashort time yesterday, when the following gon. tlemen took the oaths of magistracy for the City of Sydney.r-IIenry Macdermont, Esq., Thomas Bur. dekin, Esq., and Edward Flood, Esq. Thle court adjousned until 10 o'clock this day. NEWS AND RUMOURS OF THE DAY. -The three prisoners of tihe Crown, who, last week, effected their escape from the Hospital. were retaken the followingday, and sentenced as follows : William Constance, since free, remanded to gaol; Edward Wise, 12 months to Cockatoo Island, and David MIEndow, to receive 60 lashes.- On Mlonday, an African, named James Frazer, was cap. tured, after a desperate resistance, in which he stabbed several persons, by the Water Police, charged with stealing elght pair of shoes from Prince-street. He now lies in the Hospital, suf. fering from the violence which it was found neces sary to use in securing him.- The election of city councillors for the six wards of the city will take place to-day.---On Fri...

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Original Poetry. THE SPIRIT OF THE PAST. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1843

-. rlgfntnl--Joti ?. • "r THE SPIRIT OF THE PAST. Lar l. 1. PICKESINO. It comes with mitigating power, With healing on its wslgs, to bless Reflection's solitary hour. And sympathize with wretchedness. It comes, a pale and shadowy form, Calm, pensive as some lonely star; Pmiling unconscious of the storm, Whose gathering thunders roll afar. Jt comes unbidden, when repose . Would woo the spirit to forget, To slumber o'er imagined woes, And banish every fond regret. It conjures up eacth fleeting shade, HIope's progeny, long past away ; A wild and glitt'ring train which made The sunshine of a happier day. Bright " Spirit of the Past," how sweet, Rlevisiting with thee once more The pathways that mny bounding feet In careless boyhood trod of yore. With theeto linger o'er each scene, To childhood consecelto the shrine Of buried joys, which once had been The treasured vein of pleasure'a mino. Faney's illusive power may bring Each well ermember'd form to pass BeforeJme, as Enchanters fling Th...

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MONDAY, OCTOBER 30. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 1 November 1843

MONDAY, OTOBER 30. In the estate of Underwood and Harris, a third meeting H. Fisher, 4/ 4s ; J. Johnson, 19/ 13s 9d. In the estate of James Poole, a single meeting was held, but no claims were proved. In the estate of S. Peek and Co., an adjourned special meeting: H. Ferris, 201 13s Gd. In the estate of Downey, jun., and M'Gloaky, a single meeting a J. M'Allister, 11 7e 6d ; William Grumbleton, 61; W. Crosbie, 61; 1W. Robinson, 21 I6s 4d ; J. Donovan, 71 Os 8d; D. M'Glosky, 31 Os 6d; M. Lawn, 151; J, Murphy, 531 1 I Id; J. Dempsy, 71 ; B. and S. Cuttler, 141 2 ; W. Beaver, (rent) 91 12s. In the estate of Joseph Raphael, a single meeting t W. Toole, 11 18a ; R. Broad, 241 9s 6d ; S. Deane, 661 Os 2d ; S. Lyons, 1871 19s 9d ; -Moore, 21 5s. In the estate of John Simson, a single meeting: E. Hickey, 471 10s 8d; Thomas Potts, 01 4s Gd; W. Fisher, 121 17s 2d ; the estate of J. . G. Maelzer, 181 12s Gd. MEETINOS FOR TO-DAY. T. Mappin and Co., a first meeting, at half-past eleven. Cooke an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 4 November 1843

RETIRING FROM BUSINESS. Unreserved Sale by Public Auction, of Silk and heaver Hats, Trimmings, iYoollen, Cloths, Ilouiehold Fu'rniture, Phazion, an invoice of Watches and Jewellery, dlc., ojc. MR. JOEIN COYLE bogs "leave most respectfully to return his beatithanks to his numerous friends and the public, for the gene rous support he has received during six years' resi. dence in this city, as Hatter, Draper, &c., aed to inform them that, in consequence of his now retiring from the above line, his whole Stock ii 'Trade, con. sisting of silk and. beayer hats, :woollen clotbs, trimmings, household furniture of every description, a handsome light phaeton, watches' and jewelleiy, de., will be brought to the hammer, on the premises, by MR. CARFILAE, on TuUDAY, the 7th day of Novembef next, at 'ITen o'clock precisely. Particulars of the sale will be announced by Mr. Carfrae in a few days ; meantime the premises are undergoing a thorough change, and will tie remio delled and fitted up...

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THE OPERATIVES' PETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 4 November 1843

THE OPERATIVES' PETITION. TUE able and earnest manner in which Dr. LANG introduced and recommended this " Petition" to the notice of the Legislative Council entitles him to the best thanks of the unemployed classes of the community, and of every friend to suffering humanity. We can bear too true and too melancholy a testimony to the extensive distress preva lent, especially among the unemployed " mechanics and artisans." The common labourers have almost a better chance of finding employment than the mechanics these are accustomed to " one" only line of occupation-when thrown out of that they are almost totally unsuited for any other and whilst the length and. breadth'of this colony opens a variety of occupations for the ordinary labourer, every chance of em ployment is nearly closed against the me chanic :-thus, for instance, we regret to find a considerable number of compositors, or printers, out of work, with little or not hope of any demand for their labor, and who are then turne...

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EXAMINATION OF THE BOYS ATTACHED TO THE SCHOOL CONDUCTED BY THE "CHRISTIAN BROTHERS." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 4 November 1843

EXAMINATION OF TUE BOYS ATTACHED TO THE SCHOOL CONDUCTED JIY TIIE "CHRISTIAN BROTHERS."., Fo some time back, the scholars who ittend the three large Catholic Schools in Macquarie-street, Kent-street north, and Abercrombie Place, have been pre paring for the Examination held yesterday in the old Court-house, Castlereagh-street. The greatest emulation existed amongst the pupils, to see "which" school should stand highest on the score of mental and literary improvement. The scholars were very well prepared in "English grammar, geogra phy, reading, declamation, mental calcu lation, and catechism," and answered with great accuracy, and confidence.. The very Rev. the Vicar-General and the Catholic Clergy. were much pleased with the great progress made bys the scholars for the short :time that they have been placed under the kind and efficient tuition of the "Christian Brothers:" At the close of the examination, "'silver me dals" and " books" were-presented by the ViEi .Genieral as rewards...

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Legislative Council. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 4 November 1843

Legt0latite countil. -0 TanusDAv, NovaMBRn 2. The SeeAxan took the chair about half past three o'clock. o LICENSING ACT. Mr. WEsTrwoRTn presented a petition signed by ninety of the licensed pubtirsas of Sydney, praying, for. certain amendments in the present IUcensidg Act. T he petition was road and ordered to be received POLICE AND GAOL EXPENSES. - MESSAGE PROM -THE GOVERNOR. It. W: Parker, Esq., having boen announced as the bearrt of a message from his Excellency the Governor, entered the chamber and (delivered the message into the hands of the Speaker, who read it ri as follows s u Message from his Excellency the Governor to the It legislative council, replying to no address from k the council, dated 27th October, and presented to it his Excellency on the 1st instant. al Geutlemen-By your address of the 27th ult., I n am informed that the council has adopted a resolu- p tion to the effect, Is That in the opinion of this a. council the 47th clause of the act of the imperial c, par...

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INSPECTORS OF DISTILLERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 4 November 1843

INSPECTORS OP DISTILLERIES. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint the following parties to be inspectors or distilleries in and for their respective districts - Thomas Abbott, chief constable, Dungog; William M'Faul, chief constable, Wellington; and William Fit;patrick, chief constable, Moreton Bay.

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