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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 3 April 1847

E?ŽGLISH NEWS. {Abridged from the Port Phillip Herald.) By tire arrival of the Iris, from London, we have news from home to the I th December, being ten days later than the date of former intelligence. Her Majesty, Prince Albert, and the Royal family were in the enjoyment of good health. Ireland still continued in tile same unhappy state poverty and destitution sweeping the land. The horrors of famine were devastating several parts of the country in a fearful manner ; and it is only due : to the Russell administration to state that they were doing as much as could be reasonably expected in carrying out the extended measures of relief initi ated by Sir R. Peel. Still from the impossibility of the " Relief" meeting the requirements of the uni versal "crisis," the greatest discontent prevailed and we regret to state that dreadful outrages were daily being committed. The people were everywhere procuring fire-arms. At a public meeting held at Bandon, Lord Dunraven had insisted upon the G...

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THE TEETOTALLERS AND THE PARTY PROCESSIONS ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 3 April 1847

THE TEETOTALLERS AND THE PARTY PROCESSIONS ACT. Ws would direct the serious attention of our readers, more especially those who are members of Total Abstinence Societies, or Brethren of St. Mary's Guild, to a corres pondence between the Attorney General and the Rev. Dean. M'Encroe which ap pears in our advertising columns of to-day. We confess that we have read that corres pondence with no little surprise, and we think our readers will be equally surprised at it. From this correspondence it is evident that the Bill passed during the last session of the Legislative Council for the suppression of party processions, has more in it than meets the eye, and that it is a direct. infringement upon the religious liberty of the people of this colony, to whatever denomination they may. belong, and as such is repugnant to the present law of England and ought therefore never to have been passed. The Attorney General declares"his' de termination to enforce the penalties of this Act against all pe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 3 April 1847

NOTICE TO SUBSCR;IBERS. THE .Undersigned having disposed of his interest in the Sydney Chronicle Newspaper, requests that all parties in debted to that Journal up to rthe 31st of March, 1847, will pay the.amount of their subscriptions, &c., .to the respective agents in the country, to the collector in the. city,: or at the officelof publication. Any communications relative to the affairs, of the Chronicle previous .to this date are requested to be addressed to the under sgned, at '13?, King-street, East. M..D'ARCY. Chronicle Office, 31st March, 1847. NOTICE. M R. RANCIS CUNNINGIIAME Y.. has been appointed shipping Re-" porter to the Sydney Chronicle, and Mr. T. H. Jones has been.appointed Collector' for the same. C. ST. JULIAN. Chronicle Office, April 2, 1847.

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COLONIAL WHALERS AT SEA, WITH THEIR LAST REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 3 April 1847

COLONIAL WHALERS AT BRA, WITH THEIfR LAST REPORT8. Australian, barque, 306 tons, Wiles; sailed March IS, 16?7. Cooper and Holt, agents. ClarAktone, barque, 244 tons, Nicksou, sailed December 0, 1840; spoken by the American ship OGeorge Chamaplin, on the 10th January, with 160 barrels sperm oil. Fotherian ham owner. Fame, barque, 202 tons, sailed April 18, 1840; spoken by the Genii in Jnuary, 1847, with 450 barrels sperm oil. Bloyd and Co., owners. Genii, brig, 160 .tons, Oliver; sailed 24th March, 1847. A. Fotheringhaom, owner. Jane, lee, sailed 8th Feb., 1846; spoken by the American ahaler Pantheon, on the 17th January, 1817, with 770 barrels sperm oil. Samuel Lyous, owner. Jane, barque, '221 tons, Fowler; sailed October 27th, 1816. spoken by the Coquette, on the 20th December, 1840. with 30 barrels sperm oil. Fotheringlam, owner. Juno, barque,212 tons, Uayes; sailed November 10, 1840; spoken by the American ship La Orange, on.the Let Jan., with 100 barrels sperm oil. loyd and Co.,...

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[AN ACT To prevent for a limited time Processions and certain other Public Exhibitions in the Colony of New South Wales.—(Assented to 27th October, 1846.) [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 3 April 1847

CAN ACT. To prevent for a limited time Processions and cer tain other Public Exhibitions in the Colony of New Soudth \ales.-(Assented to 27th October, 1840.) t " WHRIBAs. there are. i the Territory of New South Wales various Eocieties or Associationls, whereof some partake or are supposed to paitake of a po litical chaeracter : And whereas it is to be appre hitad d th:it any Processions or Meetings; distin guish'ed by any Emblem expressive of party feelings or political events, may create religious and political animosities between ditl'erent classes of Her Majesty's subjects,,and are also calculated to occasion riots, tumults, and breaches of. the peace, and it is highly expedient aindnecessity to guard against the same : Be it therefore enacted, by His Excellency the Go vernor of New South Wales, with the advice andt consent of the Legislative Council thereof," that from and after the commencement of this Act, any body of persons who shall meet and parade together, or join in proc...

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR APRIL, 1847. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 3 April 1847

CATHOUIO DIRECTOIRY FOR APRIL, 1817. 3" 8. Holy Saturday;.double, Ist class 4 S. Faster unday, donble, Ist class | M. Of the octave, double, let class S6 Tu' Of the outave, double, 1st class 7 W. Of the vtave, semid. 8 Th. Cf the octave, semid. I F. (J the octave, semid. 10 8. Of the octave semid. It S. Low Sunday, ist alter Easter;dou. Ist ol., lou aInj. 12 MI. St Francis of Paula, Con (from 2d just.), double 13 Tu. St. Hermenegild, Mar., senid. 14 W. St. Isidore, Bis. and Doe. (from 4th inst), double 16 Ih1 . St. Vincent Ferrerius, Con. (Irm 6th inst ), double 16 V. St. Leo, Pope and f on. (fiom llh inst ), double 17 S Of the Ull. V. Mary in Sale 8e S. 2d Sunday after kaster, semld. 1l I . Uf the Ferni 20 1 Tu. Of the rena 21. VW. St. Anselm, ies. and Con ,<oub. Credo 22.I Thb. aI. -oter and Calue, Mars., semid. -'J F. I t. George. Mar., semtid. 21 I - ,t Fidelis. Mar, double "I S.; 3d 8.aftcr easter, St. Mark Evang.. does., I4 elass 26 M. BS. Cletus and Marcellinus, P....

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Attorney General's Office, 26th March, 1847. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 3 April 1847

Attorney General's Office, 26th March, 1847.. VERY RF.Y. Sri,--1 have had thle honor to receive your letter of the 24th instant, in reply to mine of the .23rd. instant, relative to the public procession throuigh the streets of Sydney on St. Patrick's DUIy,'and 1 regret that I must differ with you as to the character of that procession. rn stating 01that it was neither:a party nor a rc-e ligious procession," it appears to me that you con fuund the societie: of Teetotallers with t/r procession .in question. -There can be no doubt that the " St. Patrick's Total Abstiiiince Society," as well as the other kindred societies, are not only unobjectionable, but are highly meritorious in their professed objects and principles, and every friend of temperance and good order must rejoice in the large number of members you state to be enrolled in the society of which you are " the President;" also the fact you mention " that one-fourth of its members are Protestants, is sulfficient proof that it ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 3 April 1847

TO) OORItKt PONDKNTS. All communications :intended for publication in this Journal are to be addressed (post-paid) to the Editor, No. 133, King-street East. No communi cation will be attended to. unless it is accompanied <by the name and address of the writer; not for publication, but as a -guarantee to'the Editor of its authenticity. aT. F. P., PAaAxrATT .--\We must decline the insertion of this communication, as a report of:the proceedings to which it alludes has not reached us. With respect to the advertisements which appeared in the Herald of "Wednesday last, we shall gladly insert them in our columns on receiving an order to that effect.

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Attorney General's Office, 31st March, 1847. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 3 April 1847

Attorney General's Office, 31st March, 1847.. VEaaY REV. Sta.-I have the honor to acknow ledge the receipt of your letter of yesterday's date, transmitting to me certain resolutions passed on the 29th instant, at a meeting of the St. Patrick's Total Abstinence Society, and stating that from the tenor of the second resolution, I would perceive that the Society are most anxious to avoid the slightest in fraction of the law lately passed regarding " Party Processions," and trusting that this public declara tion of their regret for having unintentionally in fringed on any clause of that Act will be accepted. by me as their " amende" for having thus offended. I am glad to find that the St. Patrick's Total Alb stinence Society are now sensible of the fault thit' has been committled, and that they have pledged" themselves by a resolution passed at their public meeting, " in future to avoid whatever. may have the semblance of violating any clause of tihe Act re ferred to." I must however re...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 3 April 1847

Proposed by ?;r. PATaICK HINscevv, and seconded by Mr. PAra?RCK SPeERIN. 1. That we feel great pleasure in receiving (through our President, the Rev. John M'Encroe) the At torney General's opinion of Teetotal Societies, conveyed in the following terms, viz.:--' That there can be no doubt that St. Patrick's Total Abstinence Society, as well as the other kindred societies, are not only .unobjectionable, but, are Jhighly meritorious in their proposed ohjects and principles." Proposed by the Rev. Dr. BAcKxousE, and se conded by Mr. E.DwARD AME.ceaoM. 2. " That we learn with great regret, that the public procession of ut. Patrick's Total Abstinence So " ciety in this city, on the 17th instant hai, in the opinion of the Attorney General, infringed otl one of the provisions of. the Act regarding party" processions recently passed by the Legislativoe Council, inasmuch as the procession.moved "to St.: Patrick's Church, where tilthe Catholic members of the Society attended divine service, the...

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STRANGE SERVICE TO PUBLIC MORALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 3 April 1847

STRANGE SERVICE TO PUBLIC MORALITY. (From the Examiner, London.) A man in good circumstances is never brought to justice in this country for any crime short of murder. The delinquent forfeits his recognizances, or lie buys off the evidence against him. A short time ago some Kentish magistrates imposed a tri fling fine for an atrocious offence, on the express ground that if they committed the prisoner, a man of wealth, for trial, he would bribe the witnesses. The conclusion of these worshipful gentlemen some what surprised the public, as it seemed better to persons ofordinary sense that the offender should be put to the larger cost of buying offthe evidence, than that he should escape for the small sum of 51. ; and also, it appeared desirable to keep the administrators of justice clear of any part in these shameful transactions for the impunity of crime. In Ireland'they do not seem to understand.these matters so well as in England, and they fall into a rare confusion in discussing th...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 3 April 1847

33lttes tic 3ItielUigclt c. -o TuH CuRUcur.-Ou'u ireaders will no doubt perceive with pleasure, on a reference to our Shipping Intelligence, thiat tIree additional clelgy men, the Rev. Messrs. Coyle, MPGinty, and Cornish, arrived on Tuesday night last, per the Sea Nymph, from Liverpool. TIE CATHOLIC GUILD.-The Brethren of this Confraternity are reminded that they will be required to attend a public communion on Sunday, tle 11!h instant (Low Sunday). As the Confrater nity will enter the Metropolitan Church of St. Mary previous to the commencement of the second Mass, the Brethren will htlre to assemble in the new school room behind the church, in Guild costume, by half past seven o'clock at the latest. In the afternoon of the same day, there will be a public investiture of those members who have completed their noviciate, on which occasion every member of the Confrater nity will be required to attend in costume at vespers, for which reason it will be necessary' for them to attend in t...

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Sydney Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 3 April 1847

1SbiteC £IaIrtktet. -0 GEsoaea-STRBar aMARaKr.-Twenty-six loads of poultry, thirty loads of fruit, and sixteen of vege tables, were brought to market during the week, which sold at similar prices to those of last week. Thirteen hundred, one quarter butter sold to dealers at from 10d. to Is. per lb. Four loads cheese, sold at about 4}d per lb., and eight cwt. bacon, an article if good much in demand, sold wholesale, at 8d. per pound. * CAMPnELL-STaREET MARK.--During the week sixty loads of hay paid dues at this market, and the prices obtained were from £3 10s. to £4 10s. per ton. Straw-ten loads, fetched £2 to £3. Wheat twenty loads arrived, and sold at prices varying from 3s. Od'to 4s. 4d. according to quality. Grass -twenty loads, 5d. to Od. per dozen. Gtreen bed ding-six loads brought from 4s. to 4s. 6d. per load. Fifty horses, a mixed herd, sold at from £4 10s. to £10 10s. each ; and fat pigs, twenty of which were sold, at from 20s. to 40s. each, according to con dition. The mark...

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India. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 3 April 1847

-0 (From the Singapore Free.Press ) - We have extracted an article from the rexaminer on the subject of English Coloniz:ation of Borneo, in which we think our readers-will have no difficulty in recognizing the pen of a gentleman well versed in the history of these parts of the world, although we merely judge from the style, having no other means of knowing the author. We cannot quite coincide with this writer in the extreme view he takes and urges so forcibly as to the inexpediency of colonizing Borneo, although at the same time we do not think that any extensive measure of the kind would be proper to be undertaken at once, or that it would be attended with such success as some seem to anticipate. Before settlements are made on Borneo the English station at Labuan must be well established, the natives must be accustomed to our presence, and learn to place confidence in us, by, experiencing that if we are prompt and sharp in the repression of piracy and acts of treachery, we are conc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 3 April 1847

AGENTS FOR THE CIIRO ICf4E. GOULDURN-MR. CAARNET. BERRXMA- tMR. B. M'MAHON. PAwrRsOx-MRs. J. O'SULLIYAv. PARaA1uATTA *MR. P. CARDIFF. PORT PHILX.Ir -~I. 3. BULL6N. VOLL0NUONG-MR. THoMAs FOW LE. BATHURST--MR. T. JONES. QUBANDRYAN-MR. 3. 3J. Warany. MAITLANO-MR. T. IAIIONV. CAMPnNELLTOWN, &c.--.Ma. ML'ALIrrEs. SiNDSOR--Mft. JAhlES CASBIDY!. PxnaiRr-M-. n. JAMES 3L'CARTIIY. J ar's PLAINs-M\Ia. J. 3. HARPUR. BUoaooIA--MR. EDwARD HURoiES. AoEtaln -SIR. JoHN NOW LAND. XAS3-Mfa. C. Rounir.. (~aLI- o--Mta. JOHN MURPH'n CLAnnrtc ToyWN AND DUNqp -- NfR. D~m7* Published in the UViec& Kind m, by Ma. JZpN s, 63, PATEaPoSTEa-aOW, Lovflri. Man. W. Ji-4 BATTEPZN ,120, Es5RX-flIOOE,3,P>A1 °Lra! T TtIPET, DUaE1N. Printed4j~X Uig"Prpioletor by EDWItOdi JI)jN IIAWHI{ L al utoIiebern, in t c.Cunty or uCnbnibobaI, end pub, Ilj11w.1)f him 1at tin LhrnnlcIý', tiu .41o Idng.stJie. Soutuh Walco: - IWhl da;M Aprl Jt EES) .i·

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BRITISH SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 3 April 1847

DRIT?ISI SHIPPING. The James Deane was laid on in London for Port Phillip, and was to sail in about six weeks. A ship, name unknown, was loading at Liverpool for Mel bourne, and was toleave about the middle:of Janu ary.-P. P. Jlerald, March 25.. The Emu, from South Austrfiia, was offSwansea Nov. 2. The Thomas Arb?)hnot cleared outwards in ballast, and was to sail ftom -Woolwich for -Port Phillip, with convicts, on tlie 12th.December. The Elphinstone sailed on the 4th Dec. for Hobart Town. The Triad was .to sail for Adelaide on the 20th of December, and the Posthumous on 10th January. The Thomos King was advertised for Sydney 10th December, the Prince of IVales 15th, and the .Joa d icea 5th January.-lbid.

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THURSDAY. Before the same. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 3 April 1847

THURSDAY. Before the same. Estate of Josiah Skerrit.-In this estate a mes ting had been called to consider the application of the in solvent for his cereificate of discharge, and no op position having been olTered, the cetlficate was granted to him. BusINsas FOR TUESDnAY.-To-day and Monday being holidays, the office of the Chief Commissioner will be closed; but on Tuesday the following meet ings of creditors will be held, viz. :-A special meet ing in tile estate of John Liscombo, at ten ; a single meeting in the estate'of Georgf Delbridge. at half past ten; an adjourried thilrd meeting in the estate of William Dolan, at half past eleven; and an ad journed special meeting in the estate of R. Peek and E. Campbell, at noon, to receive the resignation of the trustees.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 3 April 1847

.7e gdne hronicle i p?.biiished twice a week, on Wednesday and atrdn ; and is ex insiey circuiated trougAhou NeN Soul, Wales, 'Van Diemen's Land, South Australia, New Zealand, and: India; nd.in BRi gand, ctand. an Ieland.-- TA Quarrsnd.'o: e j ii 3Uth June, 3th Septtnber, and 31st December; at which periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, after paying the amtnount.'duie. -Advertisers should malrk on each advertisement- the number of. insertions required; otlherwise they are conlinued till countermanded :.Ot b discontinue or alter advertisements mustn be sent n before i o'clock on the eveni??s of Mond?ay and Thursday; but new advertisements;are received till six o'cluock on the evening before publication.--Ail .instructions must.be given in writing, aid all ?letters postpaid . - _ _ ? -lI|l l li"l ] ][[' ·,i -- r I~ • · ! IIIIII ~ ["? Ii - .-? - ,- --- i"- · · " i., . _ ? ... iOTICE TO SUBSCRIBEIRS' AND ADVERTISERS. SnUBSCRIBERS to the Sydney, Chronicle rinnd the Public in...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 3 April 1847

. DEPARTURES. March.30.-Chriatina, brig. 126 tons, Captain Saunders, for'Port Phillip. Passengers- Messrs. Mitchell, Smith, J. Maloney, A. Williamson, J. Morgan, J. Munro, P. O'Brien, H. Tarnton, H. Bennett, J. Costello, J. Connor, J. Foster, T. Win lock. Mr. and Mrs. Holden and six children, Mr. and Mrs. Kelleher and five children, Mr. and Mrs. M'Dougald and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Fitz gerald, Mrs. Horigan and two children,' Mr. and Mrs. Donovan, Mrs. Pattock. and three children, Miss Callaghan,.and Mr,.and Mrs. Couglan. 30.--=Margaret, brig, 184 tons, Captain Jamieson, for the South Sea Fishery. -30.--Tamar, steamer, 130 tons, Captain A'llen, for Moreton Bay. Passengers--Messrs. W. Gray, O'Cock, Mr. and Mrs. Roland, Mr. and Mrs. Smythe, Mrs. Lenchan, and nine in the steerage. 31.-John Wesley, missionary brig, 237 tons, Captain Buck, for New. Zealand and the South - Sea Islands. Passengers -.,Rev. 'Mr. Daniel, Mrs. Daniel,.Rev. .Mr. Davis, Mrs. ,Davis, Rev. Mr. Amos, Mrs. 'Am...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 3 April 1847

2 -ipping nitrlligence. -0 ARRIVALS. 'March 30 -Dorset, brig.82 tons, Captain .Walsh, rfrom Adelaide the 18th instant. Passengers-Mr. . and Mrs. E. Solomon two sons and three daughters, 'Miss Davis, Miss Farra, Messrs. S. Cohen, C. Phillips, G. Collins. J. Collins, D. J. Mahoney. G. Mahoney, C. Pendolph, A. H. Jacques, J. Kelly, W. Keane, Welfare, Crown, and Miss Gray. 30.-Sea Nymph, barque, 407 tons, Captain O Grange, from Liverpool the 27th November. Pas sengers-Rev. Francis Coyle, Rev.'Michael Cornish, Rev. W. M'Ginty, Mr. and Mrs. Watson two children and servant, Mr. Peebles, and Mr. and 'Mrs. M'Manusand daughter. 31.-Waterlily. schooner, 155 tons, ·Captain !Pockley,from Launceston the 27th March. Pas *sengers-Captain Thom, Mr. Lovett, Mr. Griffiths and two daughters, Master Walsh, and Mr. Ed wards. 31.-Frolic, schooner. 78 tons, Captain Pilford, from Singapore the 17th, and Anjer the 27th of January. Passenger-Mr. J. H. Levien. -31.- Shamrock, schooner, 85 tons, Captain *Tal Sl...

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