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AWFUL HURRICANE AT HAVANNAH, WITH LOSS OF LIFE AND PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 20 March 1847
AWFUL HURRICANE AT HAVANNAH, WITH LOSS OF LIFE AND PROPERTY. (From the Weekly Dispatch, Nov. 8.) The Mail steam-ship Thames arrived at South- ampton on Wednesday night. The chief feature of the intelligence she brings is the account of a dread- ful hurricane at Havannah on the 11th of October, by which nearly eighty men-of-war and merchant- men were wrecked. The Thames was detained at Havannah by her Majesty's Consul-General, in con- sequence of this melancholy event, to allow mer- chants and others time to communicate with their correspondents in Europe. List of British merchantmen lost or damaged by the hurricane : Edward Hayes, 213 tons, Danton, barque, sunk; Novel, 189, Laine, brig, sunk; Susan, 162, Manson, brig, dismasted; Prompt, 210, Dunlop, brig, damaged; Wilson, 245, Camp- bell, brig, damaged ; Magdalene, schooner, 132, bowsprit gone. and much damaged; Agnes Jane, 250, Richardson, barque, ashore, dismasted, and otherwise much damaged; William Murray, brig, 146, dismasted a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 20 March 1847
he Sydney Chronice'" is published tice a week, on IWednesday. and Salurday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South Wales, VasDiemen's Land, South Australia; Newo Zealand;' aud India; aind ih England Scotland, id Ireland.- The Qirters end on the 31 arc '30h June, 30th September, and 31st December; at which periods only sutbscribers con decline receiving it, after paying, the amount dnpe.-rdvertiser. sheould mark oneach advertisement the numberaof insertions required;; otherwise they are contiued lcoutad O to discontinue or alter advertisements 'must be sent in before six o'clock,on the evenings of Tuesday and riday; buti new advertisements are receivd iltl sI o'clock on the evening before publcation.-Al f nserst be given in;wrring, andt all re contned ote ded rder • .. _. - . . . n the evenng b puolcaton.--AI instructions: ust be gimen in,writing, and all letters post paid . NOTICE. THE SUBSCRIBERS to. this Paper, and. the Public in general, are respect fully informed, th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 24 March 1847
AGENTS FOR THE CHRONICIRJ. GOULUURN-M¢. CARNBY. BEanwaA-Mf. B. M'MAHon. PATERSON-MR. J. O'SuLLzVAa. SPAnRAMATTA -Ma. P. -CAILD·r. PORT PHILLIP -Ma. J. BULLEN... WOLLONOON.-MR. THoMAS FoWL~a, BATHvaRST--MR. T. JoNES. QUEANEY'AN-MIa J. J. WaInHt. MAITLAoD-ME. T. MAnONrY. - CAMPBELLTOWN, &C.-MI? M'ALISi. ::' WINDSOR-oRia. JAMN? CA' . ' r.. ' :' PBNRITI--Ma. JAIeS -M'CAaTUT. JnaRT's PLAINS-Ma. J. J. , b : :, BUNGONIA-M?. EDWARD URNES.. ADHLatID-MRd . .oHN Now LAND : YAss--Ma. C. RoouaE. GEELONG--Ma. JOHN MUPH ... CLAR?nNcS TOWN AND DuItIO - Ms DiSI TIERNEY. Published in the United Kingdomnby MR. JONES) 63, PATBBNOS?tRRROW, LONDhN. Mn. W. J. BATTESma , 10, Essas-naWlos,PA?, LIAMENT"STREET, DuRILIN. Printed for the Proprietor by EDXWARD JOHN IHAMIS' LRY o, f e'lit rn, In the County of Camberland, and po" liafsd by.bim at the ChAroicle OIBo, No. 13IDfrkial E6t, Sydney, Nw 5.ooth Waisoe..r.aedc1Cdayo Maelb.tI 1517.
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 24 March 1847
IiPOUNDINOS. Murrurundi, on the 1 Ith of March, from Bloom field and Murrilla-brown and white heifer, brand~d B off ribs, an indescribable brand or N off ruip, and CB off thigh ; strawberry bullock, branded SS near ribs, like WSS near rump; brown and whitebul lock, branded like an anchor near rumpaiad 'an indistinct brand under it; brown and white cow, branded WB conjoined off rump; red bullock, branded WHWM near ribs; strawberry steer, brand. ed 3g offribs; damages 3d. per head.` if the above cattle are not released, they will be sold on the 12th April, at Hall's yard, Clls. Afurrumbah, on the 1'4th March, by Mr. Robert Page, from the estate of R. P. Jenkins, Esquire- bright bay mare, black points,' long tail, branded Og near shoulder, a brand resembling GX or GI,, under the saddle off side, aged, 12 hands high, da. mages 2s. If not released beforethe 10th of April, she will be sold. (9s.. 3d. "Settlers' Home" pound, on the 12th of March brown horse, small white star on forehead, b...
Supreme Court. FRIDAY, MARCH 19. CIVIL SIDE. Before his Honor Mr. Justice Therry and a jury of four. TURNER, GENTLEMAN, ONE, &C. V. M'FARLANE. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 24 March 1847
,upvreme Cour't. -0 FRIDAY, MARCH 19. CIVIL SIDE. Before isd Honor DMr. Justice Therry and a jury of four. TURNER, GENTLEMAN, ONE, &C. V. M'PFARLAN. This was an action of trespass, in which G. C. Turner was the plaintiff, and John M'Farlane the defendant. The declaration alleged a trespass by cutting down some trees, &c., in a certain close called the Sherwood estate, in the parish of St. John and county of Cumberland; damages laid at £1000. The only plea on the record was the general issue not guilty. The Solicitor-General and Mr. Broadhurst ap peared for the plaintiff, and the defendant appeared in person to conduct his own case. The jury returned a verdict for the plaintiff; damages £2 10s. The Court then adjourned. Before his Honor Air. Juestle Dickinson. TIE QUEEN V. QANNON. Mr. Michael Gannon, who was a short time ago sentenced to nine months imprisonment by the full Court for fraudulent insolvency, was brought up on habeas corpus, and argument was heard from M...
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE AT GRAVESEND. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 24 March 1847
.DSTRUCTIVE FIRE AT G.RAVESEND. Shortly after twelve o'clock on Thursday night, the town of Gravesend, which has of late years suf fered severely from frequent fires, was, we regret to say, the scene of another calamity, greater in mag nitude, as regards the destruction of property, than any of the former, consuming no fewer than forty houses, and numerous other buildings to a very .great extent. Singular to say, ts .locality is the same as the former fires, West-street, extending along the water side from near the Town Pier to the Roslierville Gardens; and it is supposed that at least half of .the street, with tile houses on each side, is laid in ruins, including several on the west side of High street, and those bounding the courts at hea back. From inquiries made it appears that about half ,past .12 o'clock some .watermen, who were at the Town Pier stairs, waiting the arrival of a foreign steamer, observed a body of smoke hovering over the.premises occupied by Mr. Garret, tea-dea...
INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. SATURDAY, MARCH 20. Before the Chief Commissioner. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 24 March 1847
INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. - SATURDAY, MARCHe20. Before the Chief Commissioner. PRObP OF CLAIMS. An adjourned thliid meeting was held in the estate of John Dillon, at which a claim in favour of T. W. Bowden was proved for £26 18s.; and the official assignee was instructed to dispose of the but standing debts belonging to the estate, to the best advantagefor the creditors. MONDAY, MARCH 22. In the estate of William Grinsell Burgiss, an ad journed.third meeting was held, at which some evi dence was taken relative to the affairs of the insolvent. "The following claims were also proved : Thomas Stubbs, £100; the estate of Thomas Dar gin, deceased, £22 10s.
SUPPOSED DISCOVERY OF A MURDERER. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 24 March 1847
SUPPOSED DISCOVERY OF A MURDERER, (From the Alaitland Mercury.) Some of our readers may remember that in last October we gave a report of an inquest held in East Maitland on the body of a man which had been found in the bush near the Morpeth road. The body had been accidentally found lying in a thick clump of prickly. furze, and from the state it was in had evidently been laying there some weeks. The body was that of a man of about five feet four or five inches high, but no legible papers or other matters were found about the body which could afford any information as to whose it was, nor had any person been missing recently in Maitland or Morpeth. The body was laying face downwards, and on the right side of the head appeared a large hole, the bone having been not only fractured, but actually driven in. No weapon could be found anywhere about. The jury returned a verdict of wilful murder against some person or persons unknown, and the unfortu nate man was concluded to have been some...
THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1847. FRENCH AND ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 24 March 1847
TIIE :SYDNEY CHRONICLLE. -WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1847. F .FR.ENCIH- AND ENGLISH .NEWS. HAVmIN before us a-French journal-of the 'latest date, we can discover nothing that enables us to add a single particle of infor mation to that which we have communicated ,through the -agency of the English press. It is a perfect bore to those whose office it is to cater intelligence for the readers of newspapers,, relative to the politics of Europe, to have to lBear the vapourings of the French ministerial journals. England, .a perfide Albion, is the tune perpetually rung in our ears. The part that the British Government will eventually take in conse quence of the recent plot of Louis. Philippe to sustain his dynasty on the French throne, is evidently-he sole ground of their bullying defiance. "It is this, while the French jour dsalists hope to live by their vocation, which; forces itself upon their constant, attention. As it regards her foreign policy, Great Britain "holds on the noiseless tenor o...
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 24 March 1847
IMPORtTS. March "10.- Bermondsey, barque, 507 tons, Ca.taln Baines, from London: 15 barrels currants, 20 kegs tobacco, 10 puncheons B. P. rum, 24 packages tea, 24 bales tea, 6 bales, 18 cases, 40 bundles raisins, 6a casks, 50 cans, 10 casks refined sugar, T. Smith and Co.; 2 bales paper, T. Trood ; 80 !hogsheads brandy, 50 casks bottled beer, Grif fiths, Fanning, and Co.; L case millinery, H. Birkett ; 50 casks 50 cases, J. S. Willis ; 10 packages, M. Costillo; I case, Mrs. R. Morgan ;, 40 half-barrels herrings, G. Small; 50 boxes tin plates; C. Scott; 4 bales, J. T. Armitage and Co.; 4 bales bags, 200 casks bottled beer, 12 bales, Lyall, Scott, and Co.; 22 pockets hops, 25 bales, R. How and Co.; 25 bales paper, 45 cases, 1 package, 24 bales, I bag. 2 cases books, 4 cases soap, I crate, 4 cases, 8 bags, Rev. Dr. Ross; 0 hogsheads brandy, J. Taylor; 10 cases Port wine, 25 casks brandy, Lamb and Parbury; 1 chest, A. Bolan ; 10 hogs heads and 24 quarter-casks wine, 34 pockets hops, Bro...
SHIPS MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 24 March 1847
.B1HIPS MAILS. Mails will be closedlat the Post Office as follows : For Port Albert.-By the Miratnda, tils evening, at 6. For China.--By the Maggie, this evening, at 6. For England.- By the St. George, this evening, at 6 -; and by the Walmer Castle on the 25th in stant. For India and England.-(Overland route). By the R1oyal Sa&xon, on the 31st instant.
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 24 March 1847
~ippltgin Intctligectcc. -o ARRIVAL.s. March 19.,- Lerrnondsey, barque, 507 tons, Captain- Baines, from London, having left the Downs 51i November. Passenger-Mr. Caldwell. 19.-Angelina, barque, 425 tons, Captain Mor gan, from London, having left the Downs the 28th November. Passengers-Rev. Mr.. Howe (of the London Missionary Society), Miss and Master Priddle, Mr. D. Reid, Mr. F. Smith, Mr. E. Bourner, Mr. W. Thomas, junior, Mr. J. Yates, and Mrs. J. Cook. 19.-Brothers, schooner, 80 tons, Captain Grif fiths, from Port Fairy the 11 th instant. Passengers : Captain Petrie, late of the Lydia, Mr. J. Petrie, Mr. Coulson, Mr. Kerr, Mr. Campbell, and Mr. Cooplin. 19.-I Don't Know, schooner, 75 tons, Captain Thomson, from Hobart Town the 10th and Spring Bay the 12th instant. Passengers-Mrs. Evans, Mr. M. Marks, Miss M. Sproul, Mrs. Griffiths, and Mr. Kelsham. 19. -Scamander, brig, 230 tons, Captain Kyle, from the Whale Fishery. 19.-Swan, cntter, 32 tons, Captain Gardner, from Port Phillip t...
British Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 24 March 1847
"tUr(tab IExtracts. -o POITUGniAL.-The smack Marys, Capt. M'Lennen, iTi'ved at ' Falmouth Nov. 18th, having left the ighs'on the lIth, From information from Capt 'L terl it would sappear that- Lisbon was in a itate of great -confusion 'and 'excitement when she sailed, and fears were generally entertained that the success of the- Queen's troops was very doubtful, although no news had reached of any decisive en gagement having taken place between Saldanha and the popular faction. The British squadron was in a state of instant preparation for receiving and protecting the Queen and family, if deemed neces sary, and no sailors or marines had landed. The American frigate which had sailed for Oporto, was not only not alldwed to enter, but had been fired upon by the batteries and totally dismasted, and had been towed into a neighbouring port. Whether any loss had occurred Captain M'Lennen did not learn Business was completely at a stand still when the Marys left.-Times. THE RussIAN IMPERIAL...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 24 March 1847
D EPARTURES, March 20.-Raven, brig, Captain Bell, for Launceston. Passengers--Mr. William Simpson, Miss Flcxman, Mrs. Purcell, and Captain Wing. 20.-Phantomn, brig, Captain Fox, for Adelaide. Passengers-Mr. T. F. Downe, Mr. J. Hector, Master Hector, Master Gillie, Mr. S. Walker, Mr. S. A. Shadforth, Captain Hay, Mr. and Mrs. Dunlop and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Querelan and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Stockwell and three children, Mrs. O'Connor and child, Mr. and Mrs. Murphy, Messrs. Dobbin, Smith, Hulie, Beaster, Harris, Welch, Dunn, and Williamson. 20.-Thomas Lord, schooner, Captain Jones, for Port Phillip. Passengers-Mrs. Stewart and two children. 21.- Lady Bilackwood, barque, Captain Cooper, for the Whaling Grounds, with stores, &c. 21.-Ariel, schooner, Captain Sturgeun, for Port Phillip and Circular Head. Passengers-Mr. anti Mrs. Fitzpatrick. 22.-Harlequin, schooner, Captain IIovenden, for Port Fairy and Portland Bay.
IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 24 March 1847
IRELAND. The following letter from the Liberator, was read at the weekly meeting of the Repeal Assoiiation, on Monday, the 5th of October : " Darrynane Abbey, Caliirciveen, 2nd October, 1846. " My. dear Ray-I once again attempt to excite publle attention to the absolute necessity of forming in Dublin a central body, bpard or asgoclation, from amongst the landed proprietors of Ireland, to take into consideration the present state and future pro spects of the people, in order to suggest and carry out means of meeting the horrible emergency in which the country is involved. "I am fully, convinced that individual applica tions to Government, or to Parliament, will never be sulliciently efficacious. Such applications may pro duce a mitigation in. particular localities ; but they can never produce anything like a universal remedy for the giant evils by which we are surrounded, or for the still more terrific calamities which mustensue from the total destruction of this year's potato clop, ...
FANATICISM EXTRAORDINARY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 24 March 1847
FANATICISM EXTRAORDINARY. ' (From the TYpperary Vindicator.) The Rev. Mr. Fry,"aProtestant Curate in the dio ceseof Killaloe," hlas published a letter in which he denounces the recent agricultural diner given in Nenagh in the ,moit indignant terms;, i 'cause a' Popish priest said grace," and 1i which he reghius this incident as a sign of these latiter days "Rt ap* palling to. contemplate! . He takes occasion inthe same most precious epistle to praise to the skies a certain description of potatoes which he denominates " Protestants". and which he states on accountof their " Protestantism"' are sound of heart, and d?x cellent in health, without taint or canker, and fit for .the table of her Majesty the Queen'. A rarer cloen of unmitigated balderdash than this same letter of the Protestant Curate, we have seldomo stumbled upon. The following is from a veryu uni questionnabte " Protestant," .in fact an Ormoniss Orangeman, on the subject : TO THE EDITOR OF TIUB TIPPERARY VINDICATOR " Sin...