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COUNCIL PAPERS. REPORT FROM THE SELECT COMMITTEE ON MONETARY CONFUSION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 4 November 1843
COUNCIL PAPERS. REPORT FROM TTIE SELECT COMMITTEE ON MONETARY CONFUSION. The select committee of the legislative council, appointed " to vorisider the means of staying the futther evil consequences to be apprehended from the monetary confusion, adverted to in the speech of ils Excellency the Governor at the opening of the presunt session of the council," bare'the honor to report, that they have examined a great nutber of witnesses, whose evidence they beg. to submit to your honourable council. Your committee are of opinion, that the present distressed state of the colony is to be attributed to a combination of most of the causes assigned for it by the different witnesses; but several of these causes having been referred to other considerat'ons, your committee have not thought it necessary to advert to any but the monetary measures of relief in the power of the colonial legislature to adopt. Hlowever brought about, it would appear by the evidence that the evils of the present crisis ...
ELECTION OF CITY COUNCILORS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 4 November 1843
ELECTION OF CITY COUNGIL. t.VRS. Tie election of Liz councillors. for the represen tetion of the different wiids in the city. came off on Wednesday last, with the following results 8OURKI WARD. Mr. T'hurlow....................223 lBlackman ................ 105 GIPPS WARD. Mr. Agars (unorposed) .......... 160 COO0 WARD. Mr. Woolley (unopposed) ...... 103 ARBRAiNR WARD. Mr. Coyle ....................... 168 ., Hunt ...................... 112 ., Williams .................. 59 MACQUARIR WARD. Mr. Cowlishaw .................. 150 It Williams ................... 94 PHIILLIP WARD. Mr. Taylor...................... 185 a. Wilkie...................... 151 ,. Hayes............29
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 4 November 1843
DEPARTURES. Nov. 2.-For Launceston, the brig Uiefn, Grain* ger, with sanndiles. Passengers-Mr. T. Hartell, Mrs. E. Shearer, and Master H. Irving. * 2.-For Hobart Town, the brig Louese, Tucker, with sundries. Passengers-Mrs. Polack, Mr. J[ C. MLaren, Mr. and Mrs. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Watson, Mr. B. L. Wood, and Mr. Wilson. The Kelso spoke the London whaler Kent, 28th September, two years out, with 1500 barrels sperm oil. Which vessel reported the London whaler Sarah Elisabeth, having been taken by five Malay prose, on the north coast of Timor, whilst some of the crew were ashore, cutting wood. After plundering the vessel, they set fire to her, and the second mate, being wounded, was taken prisoner; the remainder of the crew escaped in the boats, and reached some other whalers in aight'at the, time.
CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, NOVEMBER, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 4 November 1843
CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, NOVECMBER, :1813. 4. S-. S. Charles,btshe.1, confessor, double, 9th lesson and' tl. g. 22n sod tter Pteot, and 2ndNoember, sentidble 17. M. (Of the octave, semnidouble 7. T. Of the Octave, semnidoulde 8. W. octave day, double 9. Th*" Ied cation of 8 Bausilicad of. John L teran; dd'u'Gf6 It). F. "S. Andrew As elibuus oonfessorandouble 12 0 d; 23afterPt ' / #, 3dNvmber enemidouble. 14 . S. Aai-il poe matr cu ule (from 12t1.) IW. Tit. Perin 17. If. S. flrory Thauniaturgus, bishop, confessor, semi 18 S. Dedication of S, Iallnfica of SS. Pater Ac Paul, Bdsl. 19 g, 24th after Pentecost, 0th after Eipiphany, and 4th of 5ovemnber, S Elirabeth, Queen, widow, double 20. AW. S. Felix, confessor, double 21. T. Presentation of 11 V. Mary, greeter double Us. W. S. Cecilia, virgin, martyr, double 23 I. . Cleent poe, mnartyr, dobleobl 28. T. el 30.T. S. Adrw ap1 ae double 2nd Blas, feast devotion
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 4 November 1843
ARiuIVALB.' OoT:31:. 2Th'e ieamer Maitland, Parson, maite'r, from- Port ."MacqgiIa.. the previous ~Monday, with .sundries. ,.Passesgers, Rev. Mr.- Parvis, Mr...W. Crosa, Dr. Fattauoin, ,Mr. Keck, .dre., and ,Mis Hobart; and 'eight stearage.' " Nov. 2.-From Macao, having left the 2nd ,August, the ship Kelto, 567 tons, Rozburghb with 6000 chests tea, &c. 3.-For London, the brig Ant, W. Squire R.N , with, suadries. Pasagogers-....,r and Mrs. Kyd. *s There was a ship signalled to the southward last night. * -
Sydney Markets. NOVEMBER 3, 1843. FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 4 November 1843
NOVEMBER 3, 1843, FLOUR, WHEAT, &o. Barker's Milla:- Van Diomen's Land ditto, 4 Fine Flour, 12s 4(p t100bs, Oid to as 0ld per bushel cash I0s Maize, Colonuil, 2s ld to 2s. 9d Seconds. 10s, cash Os retail,2s Od to Is Bread 3d to 3d per 2ib loaf Bran, le4d to Is id per bush. Fine Diacult, l per owt. laerleys Gd to Is Od ditto ' Second ditto, 1s ditto parity, Cape, 2a id ,to as lid 8ydnc1i Ooosposny'safills:- ditto Fine 1our ou 2s. P. 2 Itlbo, Oat, ts 9d to 39 3d, retail, cash 10 - wholesale, 2s 3d to .s 9d Seconds, 10,, cash 9s - Hay, £5 10s to £6 its per ton Ration, £0, cash £8 Wheatstraw,2aldpercwt Valparaiso ditto, £10 Grass, wholesale, 0d to ld per Colonial Wheat,3s ld to 4s 04 do z, bundles, retall, 10d per bushel FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. Oranges, Is lid to ito par doztian Tomatoes, Isoper dozen Apples, Is to Ia lid per doe Sitvcrlleeie, lid per bundle Loquats, lid per quart IPototoes, new, V. D. L., 0s to Guavas, 2d to 3d eachi Ols per ewt, or Id per lb Lisbon lemons,ia Od ...
"Phillistown House, "Trim, May 30. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 4 November 1843
'Philliastown House, *Trim, May 30. * Srn,-In, answer to your letter of the 27th instant, I have to. say, that no repeal meeting, at least that I heard of, took place in my-immediate neighbourhood, on the 19th Instant, but there was one took place in the town of: Trim, on the 19th of March last, and to which, I dare say, your letter alludes ; there was also a dinner on the same day, a repeal dinner, given. by the same. party, and to which-I had a very flattering invitation, which very severe indiaposation only prevented me accepting. This, If you please, for the information as required by the Lord Chancellor, whom I hope, with all my heart, to see yet on 'the wooltsack in Oollege.green, wI ere I have seen in days of yore, a lord chancellor tako post, The borough of Trim, of which I was a burgess, sent two members to the Irish- Parliament. I recollect well our, elepting'Sir Arthur Wellesley, (now the great Duke of Wellington,)to represent us, 'and' the charter toast in those days, 'T...
AN ORNGE REPEALER. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 4 November 1843
AN ORNGE REPEALER. - The following curlouacorrespondence between the Chancellor and an ex.Orangeman, ex.Friendly Brother, ex-Brunswicker, and a magistrate to boot, appears in the Dublin, Freeman r " Secretary's Offlice, " Four Courts, Dublin, May 27. ' Srn,-It having been reported to the Lord Chan. cellor, that you have recently. addressed a letter to the persons who convened a repeal meeting for the 19th instant, which letter conveyed your adheaig to the Repeal Association, I am directed to ask you, as a magistrate for the county of, leath, whether the report be correct? I have the honour to be, Sir, your obedient servant, ' HnrnysSonaslD, Secretary. " Captain Mockler, &c."
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 4 November 1843
At a sitting of the Petty' Seouions, held subse. quentiy 'o(the supersedeas to Captain Mockler iavisig' boen received, Messrs. Despard, Bolton, Dakeiaodgither' miagitratea being present, Captain Mockler declared humself an unqualified repeaIer a cowrse '*hieli he' had nýer bofore taken.-Afan. chIst ; '!:' id ius',
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 4 November 1843
TIlUsRAT Nov sasan,2. In the estate of John iird, a single meeting: R. Lamb, 58513s ; J. Moran, .7116s lid ;.iH. Hayes. 71 11s. The insolvent was allowed his household furniture and weartog apparel. In the estate of William Matthews, a single ieet iog : J. Ocock, 841 1Os Id ; A. and S. Lyons,;801 12 . the esie of James Ctllep, a single meeting; J. Onus, 691 s W. Onus, 641; I. Onus, 381; R. Oowland, 91; G. Seymour, 731; W. Solomon, 601; 3, Cock, 161 17s; - ' M'Oconnell 191. 8 Sd~ Bank of New South Wales, 921 Os lid. In the estate of Thomas Mainwaring, a single meeting : J. Weatmore. 2191 Os 11.1; J. J.nSmith, 641 15s; E. Underwood, (ront), 461 ;A. Kellie, 231; R.. M*Keesie, 184; E. Underwood,.(costs), 6312s 9d. In the estateof Hugh Kennedy, a single meeting : Ilerculus Watt, 44615s Ad';,owland and Williams, 23118. 91. In the estate of Robert Lord,,a fiirt meeting: W. Walker 219s 7d ; .dvoniy'. estate, Oil 9s 6d. In the estate of Potts, Baxter, and Co., a second meeting: Union Bank, 1...
INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1. (Before the Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates). PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 4 November 1843
INASOLf'ENOY BUSIN&SS. WxoweaoAY NOVyMasa 1. (Before the ObCle Commissioner of Insolvent Estates). PROOF OF CepAIst. In the estate of Mappin and Co., a first meeting; D. Jones and Co. 561 Its 2d; Felix Wilson, 811 13s 4d ; Thacker, Mason, and Co. 17114. ;Auss tratasfan Chroniele, 61 ls 4d ; John Curtis, 22116s Kemp and Fairfax. I119s 2d; J.C. Doiron, 1'12s; J. Dunamore, III 12. 9d ; Marlin Gill '01 14s. In the estate of C'roklnd statdd6. a'fisitsieeting ' Gilchrist and Alexander, 8812s 6' Kiemp rand Fairfax, 18118. 6d; the Commercial Bank.58113a ad.
Government Gazette. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 4 November 1843
1 obkvnntensit . aette. Tuesday, October 31. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, to appoint John Thacker, Esquire, of Sydney, to be a magistrate of the territory and its dependencies. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint lexnder, CmpbllEsquire. of Sydney,. Sydney, as well as the adjoining county. of Camn. berland.' His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. Edward Hamilton, of Cassilis, Esquire, to be Warden of the district council of Cassilis, in the room of Henry George Hamilton, Esq., resigned. His Excellency the Gohernor has been pleased to appoint Mr. Donald IGordon Macarthur to be clerk of petty sessions at Dungog, in the. room of AMr. Morgan O'Brian, to bear datp the jet of November, 1843.,
Legislative Council. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 4 November 1843
LIgtOlatitle CouUCil. TuEsDAY, OCTOBER 31. The SeiXxan took the chair at half past three o'clock. MESSAGE FROM THE GOVERNOR: II. W. Parker; ,Esq., his Excellency's Private Secretary,. having been announced, entered the chamber, and delivered the two following messages from the Governor Into the hands of the Speaker, who read them as follows: DlBTIT.LATIO N.. Message from hisExcelleoncy the Governor to the legislative council, on presenting to them the draft of a law to: explain and amend the laws relating to distillers, rectifiers, and compounders of spirita, in the colony of New South Wales: " Gentlemen-The draft of the act which I now present to you was prepared early In the session, but was put aside in the hope that, during the session a measure of a more extensive nature, and intended to abolish distillation altogether, might be brought forward. r' Doubts and difficulties, however, have arisen in respect to this larger measure, which cause me to apprehend that even if introduce...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 4 November 1843
' The Morning Chronicle" is published twice a week, on Wrednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout Nero Soulh Wales, Van Diemen's Land, South Australia, New Zealand, and Indip; and in England,,Scotland, and Ireland.- The Quarters end on Ste 31st rh, 30th June, 30th September, and 31st December; at which periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, after paying the amount due.-Advertisers should mark on each advertisement the nuinber o insertions required;, otherwise they are continued tilt ountermanded. Orders to c*j' discontinsie'ar alter advee itsemnents sust 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.-All iiistructions must be given in writing, dad ailletters postpaid. ' , 'PUBLIC' NOTICE. WVILLIAM' JONES, LUETTIER PfIESS AECD 4@LPP -PL`'TE DPROTEIR 1, &o., &o., COLONNADE, DRIDGE.STfEET, SYDNEY, D ESPECTFUULY tak...
THE MORNING CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 4 November 1843
THE MORNING CHRONICLE. SA1TURDIY, NOVEMBERt 4,1843. "I lie ust nd fear not: ýLOr all.tho enrds thou aim'.& at be thvyiountry!B, Thry cuds, and rutle,"; -. sk'kspeare. DEBATE 'ON THE GOVERNOR'S -". EXPLANATORY MESSAGE." Tuts is one of the subjects on which it is difficult to comment, without falling .into one or either of two extremes,-that of ap parent adulation on one hand or of unpal atable censure on the other. The result df .the " Debate" is what every dispassionate mind should wish- the., rejection of the " Resolutions," -.which involved, an " un -merited censure" on His Excellency the Governor for a " Message"'whichiwas called for- frbriTli Eicallency; and--hich-all; even those who disapproved of some parts of that Message, admit, .was not "intended". to trammel the, freedom of debate, or to interfere with the undoubted privileges of the Legislative Council.. But constituted as 'the present Council is; and :hampered in its power-to deal with'the " Estimates" by the dea...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 4 November 1843
TEBTOTALISM IN THB ARMY.--Soven non-commissioned' officers and 300 privates of the 45th regiment, lately stationed in this town, re cently accepted the pledge of total abstinence from spirits, from itha Rev. T. Matthew, at his residence in Co.e-street, Cork.-Jlonmouthshire Merlin. CESSATION OF HOSTJLITIaS-Advic3s from the Cape, inform us that the authority of the Queen has been acknowledged by the emigrant farmers at Petermauritaburg; the supremacy arid rule of her Majesty restored, and thus the great work of pacification has concluded. This event is viewed in a very satisfactory light by the Cape colonists, who sincerely rejoice at the favourable result of his Excellency's exertion in bringing about so desirable an object. Theree have been some serious riots in Wales, carried on by a set of ruflians styling them. selves " Rebecca and her Daughters." The chief, who assumes the title of Rebecca, dresses in woman's clothes, and has hitherto elrded all at tempts made to discover his id...
VILLAGE OF KIOLOA. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 4 November 1843
VILLAGE OF KIOLOA. Notice is hereby given, that a site has been fixed upon for a village at the undermentioned place, and that a copy of the approved plan may be seen at the office of the Surveyor General, in Sydney, and at the Police Office, Broulee, viz.— Kioloa, on the sea coast, near Murramurang, in the county St. Vin- cent. The absolute pardons, granted to the undermen- tioned individuals, are now lying at this office, and will be delivered to the respective parties, on paying of the fees due thereon to the police :— George Chambers, Ocean 1 Morgan Davis, Burrell 1 Edward Johnson Ellis, Hebe John Harte, James Pattison Thomas James, Recovery 1 William Mitchell, John 2 Henry Moreton, Baring 2 John Staunton, Castle Forbes 2 Joseph Swails, Calder James Tunnicliffe, Ocean 1
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 4 November 1843
flbatract of alu.o bli Sitcttot Advertised lu this paper, whiob take pieoe before our neit publtoation, SMONDAY... Mr. Lyons, at hisnmart, atll1, stationery, &o. Mr. Stubbs, on the estate, at 12, household fArni. ture, &c. TUESDAY. Mr. Carfrae, on the premi'ses, at 11, stock hi grade of Mr. Coyle. Mr. Lyons, at his mart,at II, Chinese curiositiss. Mr. Stubbs, at the mart, at 12, Redfern estate. TO THE ELECTORS OF BRISBANE WARD, G ENTLEMEN-I take the earliest opportunity of returning you my sincere. thanks for the honor you have done me, by electing me as a City Councillor for Brisbane Ward. Hoping,: that my exertions in the council for the welfare and interest of you, and the citizens at large, will always meet with your approbation, I have the honor to be, Gentlemen,. v SYouar obeidient servant, JOHN COYLE. George-street, November 1. 96 TO THE ELECTORS OF, COOK'S WARD. GENTLEMEN,-I roturn you my thanks for the honor you have conferred upon me, by electing me your re...
Sydney Quarter Sessions, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 4 November 1843
Sydney Quarter Sessions. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3. Holden v. Flood.-This case, which has excited so much 'talk' among the members of our municipal &nbsp; body, came off yesterday, and resulted in the de- fendant being sentenced to pay a fine of £50, re- commended to be paid to the Benevolent Asylum. The Right Worshipful the Mayor, and several other members of the Corporation, who were present, im- mediately subscribed and paid the penalty. Ellis v. Ralston.-This case, which was on the list for this day, was yesterday decided out of court, the defendant giving an ample apology, and paying all the costs of the prosecution. NEWS AND RUMOURS OF THE DAY. -The execution of Theramitchie, an aboriginal native, took place in front of the gaol, at Port Mac- quarie, on Wednesday, the 25th ult. Previous to his execution, he confessed, through the medium of an interpreter, to having committed two other mur- ders, one on a shepherd in the employ of Messrs. Todd and Fenwick at New England, and t...