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ANALYSIS OF AN EMIGRATION BUBBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 October 1843

ANALYSIS OF AN EMIGRATION BUBBLE. -o (From the Tablet.) It would seem to be very lake a truism when men of fortune or Influence set their shoulders to the wheel to relieve general and widespread distress, by com. bining together to favour the civil transportation of the people who need relief, that they should first of all ascertain, with some degree of clearness, that the condition of life to which they transport the objects of their pious solicitude is at least a few degrees better than the condition from which they transport them. Unfortunately, what sounds like a truism in words, is very often tile last thing to be treated as a truism in deeds; and hence, among other things, the multitude of schemes, private and corporate, for increasing the sum total of happiness by making an indefinite number of changes for the worse; by taking destitute people from localities in which they have at least a bare possibility of life, and setting them down in places where no such possibility is i...

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Legislative Council. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6. (Continued from our fourth page.) ESTABLISHMENTS FOR THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 October 1843

.? gt9iattibe eotoictl. -0 FOIDAY, OOTOnBR 6. (Continued from our fourth page.) ESTABLISHMENTS FOR? THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. The COL. SZCusTARY, pursuant to a previous un derstandiag, obtained leave to defer the consideration of this estimate until Monday next. POLICE ESTABLISHMENTS. The COL. SucatsnarY moved that the sum of £6000 might be voted as an aid to the Corportlion of Sydney for police purposes durlog -the ensuing )ear, in pursuance of the provision to that effect in the Act 6 Victoria, No. B, passed on the 3rd of August, 1842, which act would expire on the o2nd of August neat unless continued by a new enactment of the house, Mr. \VaNTWORTn moved that the sum be struck out of the estimates for the present, and it might again be introduced during the next session. Mr. WINDBYER seconded the amendment, wh;iclh was carried without opposition. The Cot.. SECRETARY then moved that the sum of £498 13s 6d might be voted for the pay and suppot t of the outstationed constables i...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 October 1843

MARRIED. By special license, at St. Mary's Cathedral, by the Very Rev. the Vicar General, on Saturday, the 7th instant, Mr. M. O'Connor to Miss Sarah Crosbie, both of Sydney. 1926

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6. The SPEAKER took the chair at the us[?]al hour. WATER POLICE ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 October 1843

FMIDAY, OCTOBaR 0. The SPEARIen took'the chair at the usual hour. WATEII POLICEB ACT. Mr. WINIWonTn presented a petition lsomre t merchants, ship~owners, and masters of vessels trading to the port of Sydney, praying that the Water Police Act, 4 Victoria, No. 17, may be re vised, and that evidence may be taken before a select committee as to the proposed amendments. The petition was signed by some of the most re spectable merchants in Sydney; it had been in his (Mr. W.'s) possession a fortnight, or it would, doubtless, have received numerous additional sig. natures. I he petitioners objected to the present act, as being not only defective, but at the same time oppressive and grievous, and requiring a thorough revision. That the amount of tonnage levied on the ships entering the harbour, was much too high; and that the water police might be con ducted at one half the expense it was at present. The duties of the water police magistrate could either be transferred to the city magistrate...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 October 1843

bsbtract of ales bt suctton Advertised in this paper, whhub tale plaoo betore our next pttbliuation. THIS DAY. iMr. S. Lyons, at Marl, sugar TO-MORItOW. ?ir. Blackman, at Rooms, at 12, valuable landed property, shares, &c. Mr. Armstrong, at Repository, at fioon, mares. TO THE ELEOTORS OF BOURKE WARD. GENTLEMEN - I have the vgry. great pleasure of expressing my deep sense of gratitude for the kind support I have been ho. noured with in the late contest for city honoursa apleasure rendered twofold from the respectability of my supporters. As the time is not far distant when I shall again have the opportunity of presenting myself to your consideration, 1 now beg leave to decla-e my inten tion of doing so. Although I am proud to leel there ate many among you who would confide in me on public grounds alone, yet I consider it my duty to remind you of the private interest that I must at all times feel in this ward. I have the honour to be, Gjentlemen, Your most obedient and much ob...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 October 1843

DEPARTURES. October 7.-For the South Sea Fishery, the Ame- ricas ship Jefferson, Howland, with whaling gear, &c. 8.--Fo the Bay of Islands, Auckland, and Port Nicholson; the schooner Challanger, Hay, with sun- dries Passengers-Messrs. Hobson and McLennon; steerage-Mr. and Mrs. B. Isaacs and child, Messrs. L. Barnett, W. Lane, S. Morgan, J. Morrison, und G. Saunders. 9.-For London, the barque Australasian Packet, Hill, with colonial produce, &e. Passengers-Mlr. and Mrs. Parkyns and child, Messrs. John Went- worth and Frederick Clark, Mrs. Whicker and two children, Dr. Stone; steerage: Mr. and Alrs. Joseph Smith, Mrs. G. Sherif, Miss Welch, and Mr. A. Abrahams.

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Van Diemen's Land. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 October 1843

7Van W(letgn's iatlr. -U CAas AvND KAVArAOH.--These two notorious offenders have been reprieved from death, upon what grounds almost every one we meet makes the most ansious inquiries. It is either the third or fourth time Kavanagh has been sentenced to die, and yet escaped, He appears to possess a sort of charmed life. The question now is, what is to be done with Jones if he is taken 1 it would be far better that he escape thereby, oad save the colony considerable expense.-Cooulaol Timas. Tua PARn.--ilany of our readers are already aware although perhaps it is not generally kcown to the public, that Sir Eardley Wilmot has approved of a plan for converting the Government domain into a park with ornamental drives, which, when corm. plated, will be one of the most extensive parks any modern city can boast of, and will also be a constant and delightful source of health, recreation and enjoy.. meat to tie inhabitants of the city of uHobart T'own The idea having uriginated with itr Eardl...

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ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 October 1843

.T. PATRICK'S CHUItCH. -o-.. While reviewing the valtouo Churches and insti tutions for education in this colony, various sugges lions occur. On one hand, their external character, Learing directly on the convenience and health of Jheir frequenters; on the other, the spread of educs. tiore and religion, of which they are considered, in some r?easure, tihe criterion; and as exemplified in those circumstances, and hibioric associations can .nected with the structure thie suject of the present notice. To the credit of tile colonial artist, the two more prevalent extremes, botht in designing anrd arrange. ment, have not yet crept into favour. The first, in unison with humility, and presenting indeed an attraction to vener,'ticn-" ithe dark and awful pre. cincts-the mysterious' shadows of clustered pillars or secluded nooks-the Cold pavement of the old Gothic church." On the other .ide, " apportenances furnished in the best style of menrt approved uphol. stery-all the luxury of carpet, a...

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MONDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1843. The SPEAKER look the chair at the usual hour. DISTRICT COUNCILS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 October 1843

IloNDAr, OcToBse 9, 1843. The SPrAxan took the chair at the usual hour. DISTRICT COUNCILS. Captain D)utnsR'ss presented a petition from the inhat.itants in and about Raymond Terrace, and the district adjoining, praying for the suspension of.the district councils, so far as the petitioners were con cerned. Captain Dumaresq stated that the petition would have beaen entrusted to the Speaker, but for the position which he occupied in the house, wihici preventedhim from presenting it. He (Captain D ) moved that the petition be read. The petition was then read and ordered to be received. EDUCATION. Mar. CowPasR presented a petition, the object of which was to oppose the adoption by the.council, of the resolutions of which Dr. Lang had given notice for Wednesday next. Mr. Cowper briefly stated the object and .prayer of the petition, and then moved that it be read at length. The petition having been read at length, Mr. Cowsan next moved that the petition be re. ceived. Dr. LAsso in a length...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 October 1843

"The Morning Clronicle" is published twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South Wales, Van Diemen's Ldnd, South Australia, New Zealand. and India; and in England, Scotland, and lieland.- 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 t7he amount due. -Advertisers. should mark on each advertisement the numibe' of insertions required; otheroise they are continued till countermanded. Orders to discontinue or alter advertisements must be sent in before six o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday, Thlursday, and Saturday; but new advertisements are received till six o'clodk on the evening before publication.-All instructions must be given in writing, and all letters post paid. NOT I C E. T HE BUSINESS of the under signed, at Goulburn, as Auctioneer and Ge neral Storekeeper, will in future be carried on by the firm of Bull and Woodward, a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 11 October 1843

. AGW:NT S OF t THIS O UaQ'tiOLB Pauramteta, Mr. Reynolds Wolloogong,, MIr. Edward Corrigon Bathurst, h1r. R. Jones Goulburn, Mr. Henry Thouipson Hobart 'rown; Mr. John Itegun kloklauga, Mr. 'V. Poynton Mlaijtjld, Mr. Dee Mludgee, Mr. B. Sampson Uarpbulltowa, Mr. Mu~lhollandl Windsor, Mr.,Jamea Cassidy Biungonla, Mr. Edward Hughes. Wollombi. Mr. Michael Byrne Published in the United Kingdonm by Mr. Jones, 63, Paternoster row,London Mr. W. J. Battersby, 5, Essex-bridge, Parlia- nent-street, Dublin. Sydney: Printed and published by MICHAEL D'ARCY, of George-street, at the Chronicle Office, George-street.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 October 1843

DEPABTUREB. OCToenR li -ForLondon, the barque Exporter, Anwyl, with colonial produce. Passengers-Mrs. Anwyl and child, Mrs. Crozier and child, Captain Hamilton, R N., Captain Spurling, Messrs. Denni son, Hampton, and John Pepperell. 12 -For Hobart 'Town, the brig Sir Johnd Blyng, (. H11. Tallan, master, with a general cargo. Pas. sengers-Mr. Jacques, Mlr. Smith, one officer with twenty rank and tile and seventy prisoners of the crown,

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 October 1843

~ tippty 'Jtstulligence. -0 ARRIVALS. OcTonsa l1.-Froni Moreton Bay, having left on Saturday last, the steamer Sovereign, 119 tone, Cape, with wool, &c. ' Passengers-Messrs. Irvine, Camp bell, Lilly, Wilsons, and three in the steerage. I1.-I rom Norfolk Island, having left on the 23d ultimo, the barque Fortitude, 251 tons, Arbuthnot, in ballast. 12 -From Moreton Bay, having left the 4th inst., the schooner Piscater, 113 tons, Innon, with cedar.

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12. (Before the same.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 October 1843

TnuAnDAY, Ocronsa 12. (Before the same.) In the estate of Daniel Egan, a second meeting was held, and the'following claims were proved: the trustees of 'Hutchinison and J. Robert., 1.01; H. Crouther, 71 a; H. Mlacdermott, 1001 188; T. and NI. Woolley, 181 4s'3d; R. Campbell, jun., and Co., 1001 15s; J. Morrison, 2571 19s lld; M. Gannon, 361 ; J. Wac, 1901 15s 8di; the estate of J. J. Peacock, 1891 16s 8d ; the Union Assurance Company, 20551 17s; Aiten Morrison, 1201 2s 5d ; .Rowand. MNab, andýlo., 17917a 6d:; F. qaunson, 691 16s,3d ; the Batik of Ausiralasia, 288013s 10d ; .Burdekin'and HaOlejs l 01:6s Od. In the estae..of Michael Joshua, an adjourned second meeting was lield, and the following claims -were' proved :'`JA. spiiwaal,56 13s; A. Moses, 1521 17s ;. the Bank' of Australasia;, 1461 10s 6d ; the estate of:Fosa and Lloyd, 61 J3s 9d; Thacker, Mason, and Co., 1501,. In the estate of Janes Smith Norrie, a special meeting was held, and the following claims proved : W. Walker and...

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11. NEW INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 October 1843

WsDNESoAY, OCTODER 11. NEW INSOLVENT. Henry Day, of liunter-street, surgeons Debts, 11451 10s. Assets, personal property, 20l. Balaneo, deficiency, 11261 10s.. CERTOICoATES OF DISOtsAOE,- On Wednesday last the certificates of John Godfred Maelzer, lately carrying on the tailoring business in Georg-ostreet, Sydney, and George Bruce lorton, of Sutton Forest, county of Camden settler, were allowed and con firmed, they having complied with the necessary requirements of the act.

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MEETINGS FOR TODAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 October 1843

,IIZNOS FOR sTODAY Alesander Brodie Spark, a second meeting, at ten o'clock. Henry FrancisTbompson, a third meeting,at eleven. Archtbald .Elliott, a third meeting, at hll.fpuat S'eleven. 'iThomas Joseph Waiford, a single meeting, at noon. George Louas I'olniand, a single meeting, at one. Allrtd Hudson, a single meeting, at hall-past one. It. and T. Coveny, a special meeting, at two.' John lRoberson, a special meeting, at half-past two. Charles Robins1 a special meeting, at balf.past eleven, :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 October 1843

NOTICE TO AGENTS. ? HOSE whose names appeared in .l the imprint of the lato " Austral asian Chronicle," as duly accredited Agents, are requested; and hereby authorisod, to collect all Accounts due, in their respective districts, to "'Theo Morning Chronicle," from the 1st of October instant. MR. THOMAS.HIOOINs is authorisod to collect the accounts for Sydney, and he will give receipts, signed by MR. .MICHAEL D'ARcy, the Publisher of the " Ohroniclo."

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12. The SPEAKER took his seat at the usual hour. ROMAN CATHOLIC SCHOOLMASTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 October 1843

THURSDAY, OCTOBIR 12. The SPEnxea took his seat at the usual hour. ROMAN OATHOLIC SOHOOLMASTERS. Mr. WaNTwoaTU presented a petition from cer tain Roman Catholic schoolmasters, praying that the council would make provasion for the payment to. them of certain arrears of salaries due, and which had not been paid out of the amount voted for 1842. The petitioners stated, however, that there was. a sum of £182 which Ihad not been appropriated, but which had been voted in 1842 for the Roman Catholic schools, and out of that amount they thought the arrears they alleged to be due them ought to be paid. He had submitted this petition to the Colonial Secretary, who had informed him that the reason why the salaries had not been phld was that the expenditure incurred by the Roman Catholic commuelty exceeded the amount voted. He would, however, move that the petition be read. The petition was read and motion made that it he received. The Co.. SacHnTaua did not I:ntend to oppose. the receipt of th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 October 1843

AGIBNTS FOR ' TH l' CHQ.YQV~lrLE. I'atrumalta, MR. lteouold? ' Wolloogoag. Mlr. 1,dwazd Courigon Balihura4 4K. It. Junes. ouulburu, Mr. Hieoryjihompuon jlqbort Towu, Mlr.'Johu itegsa: flokianga,- Air. T. Poynton Maitland, Mr.IDeo Mudgee, Mr. Elj.ampsan Ia'pbellt.owo, Mr. Mulholland~ Wlnduor, Mr. James .Caq Id Bungoolm, Mr. IMdward Hughes Wollombi, Mr. MiehaeI i3Byrnp Published in 4Ae htUn d Junggdop la, Mr. Jones, 86, Pataeroster.row, London = Mr. W. J. Datteraby, 5, Hsaex.bridgeu ?'aI meat~sLreet, Dublin.. Hydn., a Prldald and L'ubUsbod by MiCHAEL D'AIBOY, of Osorge400mt. .4 U.. Ohreulol. A)tis Geeop,4U15t

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, OCTOBER, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 October 1843

CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, OCTOBIIER, 181. 15. 8. 19th alterPentecost,3 October,Festival of the Purity of the B. V. Mary. greater double. 10. Bt. S. Thereon, vrgin, double (from yesterday). 17. T. S. Hedriges, widow, semidouble. 18. W. S. Luke, Evangelist, double, 2nd class. 19. Th. S. Peter of AlantLara. confessor, double. 20. F. S. John Cantios, oonfosor, double. 21. S. Of he Blensed Virgin Mary, com. of S. Hilary and SS. Ursula and companions.

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