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[?] Correspondence. To the Editor of the Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 11 July 1846
" ' -b the Editor of the Chronicle. Sla--Althjugh in your last number you state, and in rhy opinion very properly, that it would be an -" offence against propriety, decorum, and de cency," for any public journalist to institute a com p-.-arlson between;his Excellency Sir George Gipps, and " the Oligarchic faction who issued their man 'dates to their ' serf' or organ of the Press, to strike out at his Excellency with a last kick," you will :perhaps'have the kindness to allow me 'through the ,medium-of your journal, to olffr a few remarks on 'the disgusting, articles which 'have been repeated ..sgue ad nauseam in the columns of the Herald, in its recent attacks upon the Gove nor.. In his paper of the 4th instant, the Herald writer asks I -has his .Excellency Sir George Gipps .been an impartial Governor.? 'He answers the question in the affirmative and from what follows.l must give him full credence.because.he appears as an unwilling witness for good. He admits that has Excellency's So...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 11 July 1846
"'The Sydney Chronicle" is published twice a week, on Wednnesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South Wales, Vans Diemen' Land, South Australia, New Zealand and India, and in England, Scotland and Ire • 30SA.Jmne, 30th.$ eptenmber and 31st-lecember; at which periods only subscribers cun decline receiving: it:, qfter paying the amount due.-Adaertisers should mark on each advertisement, the number insertions reqengland, eotld, and Ireland.- e Thl Quarteraa nddon t rdrsf discontinue or' alter advertisements must be sent in before six o'clock on Ikte evenings of 'uesdayand Friday;" but new advertisements arereceived till six o'clock on the evening before publication.-l insructionsimust be ven in w itiiig , rrd all o letteriu pot ad ian . NOTICE. P9IEE SUBSRIBERS this Poper, rid thei Publih in general? re riespect Statre 1e 'strify, adliere - "1: SYDN Y-'rhl e Subscriptimn is.Ten Shllingsp,per quarter, or Two LPound per, annum. IN THE. COUN'~I ,Y---The Subscri...
LINES ADDRESSED TO THE PALESTINE. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 11 July 1846
LINES ADDRESSED TO THE PALESTINE. Palestine! may favoring gales Waft thee o'er thy homeward path; Sweet-blowing breezes fill thy sails, And 'fend thee from the billows' wrath ; Angels cut thy way before thee Through the o'cean's turbid foam ! Heaven set its guidance o'er thee, To thy destined port at home ! And when the.billows raise their crest, Doubt not then of thy defence; " Fear not, for thou earriest 'C~Ciesar and his fortunes" hence. S. W.
Original Poetry. SONNET ON THE DEPARTURE OF SIR GEORGE GIPPS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 11 July 1846
rtainal jlostrg. - -o SONNET ON TLIE DEPARTURE OF SIR OEBOaRG. IPPI. Impartial Heaven ! to thee our prayers ascend ! Guide the good ship upon her homeward way, And let the billows harmlessly play Around the vessel which Thou dost defend I Thou, Palestine ! upon thee takes his stand Impartial GIpps; who, when vile Rancour's brand, With malice edged, cut at him all unharmed, Stood in his integrity to weigh The scales of Justice with an honest hand ; And all the shafts of venom scathless fell Upon abosom so injustice armed. Then Gipps the Good-Impartial Gipps, farewell ! Watch o'er thee Heaven upon the vasty brine, And fall its blessings on the "Palestine !" I. S. W. P. I.
Government Gazette. FRIDAY, JULY 10. DISTRICT COUNCILS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 15 July 1846
4O1ucttrntment F;iaI)tte, .-0 FRIDAY, JULY 10. DISTRICT COUNCILS. It having been certified to the Governor that the vacancies existing in the undermentioned district councils were not filled up by election on the first Tuesday in the month of May, in accordance with tlhe terms of the Charters of 'Incorporation, His Excellency diricts 'it to be notified, that In pursuance of the powers vested in him by the Act of the Im perial Parliament, 5 and 6 victoria, c. 76, he has been pleased to appoint' the following gentlemen to be couicillors for the districts specified in connexion with their names resprctively, viz.: wWindsor.-Edmund Burke and William Hall, Esquires, to hold office until 1st May, 1849. Yass.-William Adye and Archibald'- MCallum, Esquires, to hold office until ,Ist. May, 1849 and Cornelius O'Brien, Esquirp,.to hold office until 1st May, 1847. Scone aid Murrurundi.--Archibald Little and John Bingle, Esquires, to hold office until 1st May, 1849. Macquarie.-Jeremiali WalterJ ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 15 July 1846
1FOffRADEIAIDE DIRECT: TO SAIL OSITI\=LY' O?¶SBPRtDAY, TIi:- 17TH ý- T li'.ý t t D.Walsh, coiniazr. ' lle greater part of Ter cargo being engaged, slo weillposiiively sail on the above date. For freight or passage, havyng first-rate accom= 'inodations, apply to S... ,- ..J. MJ,"SO LOMO, :' S - Southl Australian Packet Ofice:r ,Liverpool: Wharf, 'near :thle Queens Wbarf, July 10. '+ ' c 13578 'i.?iJ T VE .ES T 'FORf ADED1 D .?. " IHE ??i.' Phcket)..Brig CRpaiih. I T. FduFi;a135 .tons, regjster,' havigg htl of., xlqr: freight :engaged, ?ll;, ve ' nmediate; dispitch. Far fmeiklit or passage apply, on.: board ,at the' br?lar ,Wharib S. . A.SHEPPA AN?I,4.LGER,; SPacl'e& Office,, 1. E Ot s ",;:,:,PAGE'S PORT" AND uIIERRY,,' ,k.'., 50 tijtto Pilgi s herry :. ' el i ilts f ji u te aiidesigned.r t Jo ts, lhi"ld'ýehtdelvit~i~iitniteci eseairy, tq 4a4ldres~ lvirf kilu patrons,ý buts todl .ea ioh litve pot y $eZ: f .voured thc.,wit trial lh y wou?d Ibeg o 'l their Iariicrlar.'taen inn ....
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 15 July 1846
· :·i •' rn?'I/141 ?J I lJ. IrL gl-r , H r,,? ?-* ".July .11 h-MaI r, barque,, 843- tones 'Captain Levons;'froni' Twofold iBaa, a 'z"&lt;+ :12 ~. Nimrod, barqu??.243 tons; Captain Simpson, frorii Shangha tbso 21st of April., Passenger-?Mr. Morris. r a :: -12 ;;Eleanor L'ancaster, shiip, 480 tons, Captain Lodgeo, from' Por't1'hillipithe- 9th instant:; Passen 'gers Mr 'andl'rMrtBiown' and two children, Mrs.; 'Y6tung, Messrs 'Campbell,'Plummer, Kitsno. Wag horn', andionesinthe steeage*., ; IS' '?3Johni Bull, "schooner,: 72 ,tons,p captain Tuohyi, frodiinitiiuneston tl; Ot instant.l assen-: ger- Mr. ColbotirneM f z t 13 iSCal?doalir; Sedisi ar lque, 382 .tonps; CapL; Gaviiffronm Port Phillip the 9th instazi, , ., S &lt;3JEmma Eigenel biabrque, T480Qtons ICaptain; A: iBeecth' fidmiiiHobart'own, the' l0tjhnptant;-, Ptassengers-Captain Frenchland CaptaintPlowden. of 'the'Bengal army, 'Mts Frenhnchl daughter andi roin servant;,MIrs: Plwivdenidadughter,'anid nurse,l iifs; Ga·...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 15 July 1846
AQ3ENTS OlOR.T1HE CHRONICL*a.L .GotBuaiN--MR. CA1NEUZ. "BsariiMA-Ma. B. M'MAuo2. iPATERSoN -Ma.J. O'SduiAv i ,,PiARRAMATTA -Ma. P. CAaDIPFV. WPoar PHILLIP,-Ma. :. .BULLiN..; WOLLONoONO-MaR .TBMAS A:FOWLU·:t.r' BATHUksT--MR. T. JONES. QUBANDRYAN+-MI. ,J." J. WRIGHT, ,1 ':! MAITLAND ;Ma: T. ,MAIBoN.y; }c^)13: CAMPIAELLTOWN, &C.--MR; RTIWUS.: WINDSOR -MR :JAfIEB Ma. JANESso O.481 ",DV Psam M--Ma. JAMES .M'Cdi~ar R,' c F .;` yA JERRY'SPLAtNB-"MMi J.. .11A'1:Kal.(l;::: 5. t:BUNOONIA- Ma." EDWARD: huGH3 . I .;. ,: ADELAIDE-Ma. 3JO3N "NOWVLAND. YAass Ita. C." ROURKE.' YPUbiM hed in'tae' Vni ed Cifigdom, by " MRºJO cnes, 63, ,PATELNooTdaaaOW,, LoitDON. MiaVEW. ý. BATTERSOY, 10, EassaxuRiDGFtPAI iLIADbkNT-STtET, DUBLIN. rI'nted for tbh Proprietor by. IDWA LD. JI) ?F j V. of dctdkrir, fnLo County or Cuinbrll)RQI i [4b' ILibaldbyflgm ut ttoOhromiaie (Mlbce, No 4. CIr Dal Sydo.yNe Ir oust4 Wml..-Wecdneeda) ,Jwb7'L)* li
Gruish Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 15 July 1846
rtion 3xtracts. The King of Prussia has finally refused his subl jects a' constitutioii, adding insultto ?the' refusal; Every act of the- Prussian King (says teii' Siectator) 'inres~et of' "conistitutionai" lquestiotis ?,oid cibe. .tdicrous, we're it'iiotthat lie ind his father have, for thirty years, been ranking fools of a great natioio -to say nothing of their ,:iajesties.: When Frede. rick William thle Fourtlii ascended the Throne; lie was industrious in spreadig abroad severalassut rances that seemedi meant toi raise?a belief of his I'th tention to accomplish'tie" ronstitutiii' promnised in 1815. Afterwards hlie I`il th'e race to say, that thes. promises had been abrogated by the establish inent of thte Provincial Diets.' Quite?recently we are re-assured that he has all these' years been busily engag?d in framing a constitutii on' oly ie has not the heart to promnulgate it. And inov.;,'wlithin the montj, at theioldsiig of 'the Diet in the mtietiopoltasn province, he is on the o...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 15 July 1846
IMPOUNDINOG. _ Marulan. on the 2nd day of July, from Glen Rock-white ox, red ears and nose, notch in off ear, branded MB off rump. red heifer, branded GH off ribs; brown poley cow, branded TRwith 3 under on rump, like I-J-H conjoined on ribs off side, Bc near rump. If not claimed will be sold on the 31st July. g [9s. 3d. Prospect, on the 6th day of July, from Hillend-: bay mare. near hind fetlock white, branded SAS with 2 under on near ribs, branded 5 near thigh; 20 off thigh, about 15 hands high, damagesb Ss.; has a chesnut horse foal by her side, with a white stripe down the nose, about ten months old: If net claimed and released, they will be sold at pound, at Prospect, on the 3rd day of Atigust.' ( 10s, Sydney, from Waverly, on the 4rd of July in stant -red sided cow, white back and belly, branded either KJ or resembling KJ with . under on-the off rump ;. brindle sided cow, white back and ;bely, branded on the off ribs illegible. If not released before the 3rd August next, they ...
ADDRESSES TO HIS EXCELLENCY SIR GEORGE GIPPS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 15 July 1846
AiDDir SSES TO. .HIS EXCELLECY SIR GEORGE GIPPS. On Wednesday last, his Excellency visited thei: Infirmary, andwas mtch gratifie.l with the cleantr and orderly appearance of the wards and patients. On Thursday. a deputation df.the directors 'aitdcl on his Excellency with an Address, and were gra ;' ciously received, The following is tile address qnd retply : ,, We, the Directors of the Sydney. Infirmary and Dispensary, feel it to be our dqty, on the eve of your Excellency's cleparture from the Colony, to express our deep sense of the lasting itenefits conferred on' this institution and on the indigent sick of Sydney, by the uniform and kind attention paid by your Excellency to its interests and prosperity; and also to thank your Exceilency for the means placed at our disposal" by recommedriing to the Legislative Councillthe appropriation of an annual sum from the Colonial Revenue, for carrying on its operations with efficiency. 'I At tile period of your Excellency's arrival, the • P...
CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR JULY, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 15 July 1846
CATROLI DIREBOTORY FOR JULY, 1848. ' r14 U? M Wry ooLC Canne$d l, grt. daub. r... ;t. Alexins cont., sem'd. 18 I. .Camillus do Lellis, cona, double Sr. I kl " unday att. P'etecost, bt.Vincet aPaulo,, Sol, dou le M, St. Jerome i milian. cont., double STu. I St. Praxedes. vir, simple 8 W. ' t Mary Mugdalengrt. doub. -91 Th. bt Apollinaris, bishop and martyr, double 24 F. Vigilo t. Janmes 25 S. Si. .ifumes Apostle. 'oub., Sond class 2t; S. Eighth unday after Pc: tecost, St. Anne, mother of the B. V. Mary, grt double 27 M. St. Pauneleopl, m?rtyr, simple ,8 Tu 88. Nazarius, Celsus. &c., martyrs 99 W. Lt. Martha, vir., semid. 80 Th. S5. Abdon and Seunen, martyrs, simple I P. t.t. Ignatius, con., double -- --- -
BRYAN SEERY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 15 July 1846
BRYAN SE1RY. The following letter was onlitted in our last issue for want of space ,: .. TO TH?E EDITO, OF "T!UE T?ARiEiN, February 19, 1844. 1)EP a Sua-I have seen, in your paper of yester day, aletter from Sir Francis Hopkins, which I con sider deserves some notice from the Cathlolic chiap-? lain to the Mullingar, gaol, as in tlsat letter the your.g baronet, takes a bigoted fling at Catholic morality. All Ireland, at present, mourns over the sad and appalling fate of Bryan Seery, who solemnly declared before his God, that he had neither, act, hand, part, or knowledge in the crime for, which he was to be hanged. His innocence is believed, and proclaimed by the people, and by the press ; subscriptions pour in from England, and from every part of Ireland, for the support of his afflicted, widow and his five little orphans. The man who actually attempted the &nbsp; assassination of Sir Francis Hopkins, tormented by his own conscience, and in a fruitless, desperation openly dec...
Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 15 July 1846
Tan?L nY Juar IN WALFs.-At the assizes held at Beaurr.aris, an accused "party.wl~o had been at large on bail, surrendered to take his trial for a felonious assault, with intent to maim, &c.; and,.on a jury being empanelled to try him, it was notified to the Court that eleven of the number did not un derstandEnglish ;. upon which the Judge observed that the foreman (the individual who understood English) could explain the case to his fellow-jurors. The foreman returned .a verdict of " Guilty," and the man was .sentenced to four months' imprison ment. On the morning of Wednesday, the gentle man who acted as attorney on the prisoners' behalf. and as deputy to the sheriff, applied to .the Court under curious circumstances, stating that .eleven of the jurors by whose verdict (understood to be una nimous) the prisoner was sentenced to four months' hard labour, were not convinced of his guilt, had intended to acquit him, and had instructed their foreman so to do. Mr. Baron Parke sm...
THE TEN HOURS BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 15 July 1846
THE TEN. HOURS BILL. S (Fro the 'TabZet,) . In the course of last week Lord. Ashley obtained leave from the House, of Commons to. bring in his Ten Hours'Bil. He introdneedAthe:'subjeect in a speech whicih Mr, Ilright' who opj-ised him, asserted to be " better'thban ha had awer before miade on this subject," and which certainly was neither mets nor answeredbyrany other eseaken of the'evening. On thopart of the Government, Sir James Graham gave -consent for the introduction of the bill, but avowed that it was his resolute and unohanageabl9 tde termination to oppose the secondreiading. 'What,; urider these 'circumstances, could be the use of, giving leave'f or the bill to be Introdluced, it might puzale ain uninitiated spectator to say.- Probably an anecdote from: Mir. 'Lewis's West Inmian Journall *Willieiplain;this?iatter. 'Mr. Lewis' informs us that is'slaveswere very'fond of coming tb him to make complaints' of the most frivolous character, and to askfor themost extrainvagant favou...
CONCILIATION HALL. LOYAL NATIONAL REPEAL ASSOCIATION. [CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST.] [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 15 July 1846
(CONCILIATION SHfALT'. SLOYAL'.NATIONATIREPEL ,ASSOCIAIoN. ,i(From tho,.e ekIly Freeman.'eJournaltFeb. 28.) towur n u ito v oua L:AsT.) ':Mr.' Rcienar O'GoaAN;, Juni , rose .to secondl 4he resolutfon proposed by Mig. Sdlth qBrien andil j ihich waci publishled Jin our 'last. °. He said:I have Sit lonour, Sir, to second the resolution'whlch has( u :4J* proposed ,by.Mr. Smitli'O'Brlen, '1 iam also directed by the parliamnentary committee to sub-1 mit to your consideration this; letter ;.whch: they .hsave thought fit to-send -to the members of ,the iliouse,of Lords;:- " . ... .. " 'a'-iy .ebruLry- 2e 1846. j ts lo-Loa-- as instructed.. by the mParlia ,nentary.Committee ofthe:IId 'oalNatlonal iRepeal Sss6cidiion of :rela?iid; to iequest'tliat your loidship wioil'Useyonr iis'fiiesice to i'ev'eist theielish coercioi ibillhfrom Abeiqg hburried with undue precipitation ,through. the -iouse of Lards; in order 'that the ipeqple of Breland may, have anr opportuniity of ma :ur ly co?.?idering .t...
THE RECENT ATTACKS UPON THE LATE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 15 July 1846
THE RECENT ATTACKS UPON THE LATE GOVERNOR,. SINCE our leading airticle was in type, we have come to the conclusion to republish from the Austral.an of'Saturday last, the letter therein alluded to, signed " Aliquis." This is so complete an exposure of the malevolence which has actuated the oppo. nents, not politically, but personally, of Sir George Gipps, that too wide a publicity cannot be given to it, and for our part we feel as much pleasure in republishing it, as we doubt not, our readers will experience in its perusal. HIS EXfiELLENCY $S l GEOIDGEGIPlPS, THE , SYDNEY MORNING HERALD;' AND THE "ATLAS." To the Editor of The Australian Jotrnal. Sir -You may have often observed, that when one of that most ferocious of the canine species-a bull dog--has attacked, or is attacking, some less quar- relsome, yet more dignified animal, all the brutes in the neighbourhood, from the full grown dog to the puppy, from the greyhound to the lime-burner's whelp, invariably join in the fight. The ...