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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER, I. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 4 November 1843

W1EDNESDAY, NoVeatsit, I. The SPEAKem took the chair at half past three o'clock. UNEMPLOYED WORKING CLASSES. Dr. LANs presented a petition, signed by 4396 of the inhabitants of the City of Sydney and its vi cinity, as well as by the Mayor of the City, and other, members of the corporation, praying that the council would take into consideration the distress of the working classes, both mechanics and la borers, and adopt some means of speedy and per manent relief. rite petition having been read and received, Dr. LANG gave notice that he should move, that the subject be taken into consideration on Friday next. POLICE MAGISTRATE LOWER PORTLAND HEAD 'AND MACDONALD ItiVER. lr. BowMaN presented a petition from 45 settlers and farmers on that portion of the Hawkesbury River known as Lower Portland Head and the Macdonald River, complaining that 'the magistrate resided at Wollombi, distant between 30 and 40 miles from the petitioners, and held a court once in three months only, so that the pe...

Publication Title: Morning Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 4 November 1843

MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. Saturday, 4.-James M Coooy, 3rd, Michael Farrell,1lt. is , = Monday, 6.-At Maitland, J. H. V. Turner, 2nd {; at same place, Thomas WIlinsoo, a. Tuesday, 7.-James Adalr,.nd; Johni Hosking, lat .John Rostron, 2nd,;James Weller, 2nd. Wednesday, P.-Ousloy Condell, Isat;Thomas Inches, latý; "Arthur Rottonobip; atMiaitland. Thursday, 9.-JT. T lughes,'ad.2nd i A.'Moss Dian; d1 John Mckay li: ' Friday, ll.-H,6l;ei,,sati Hosking, lat. .Joseph * .Wnford, sp.7; sy.r Saturday, II.-fames Andlesarkop.-; Forbes and Co., qrd; Wicks Norton, 3rd; T'. Mappin and Co , 2nd; Cook and Staddon, 2nd. Monday, 13,-Larkin Foreman, a.; Robert Lord, 2ad; Michael Farrell, 2nd ; Thomas Russell, a. Mark Last, a. Tuesday, 14.-Charles Hooper, a.; James English, s. Wednesday, 16.-Dennis Hickey, a.; Samuel liar. rison, a.; Samuel Solomoes a. ; Patrick Carroll, a.; Willtam Corbett Turnbull, a.; Samuel llHaigh, a. Thursday 16.-Johnb Blackwell, 3rd; J. T. Shel don, 3rd; Samuel Cohen, 3rd; Walter Ste...

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KIRK OF SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1843

KIRK OF SCOTLAND. -o (From the Tablet.) The Assembly met at Cauonmills-Dr. Chalmers Moderator. The meeting, as usual, was constituted with devotional exercises. The minutes of the previous sederunt having been read, and other pre liminary business transacted, The committee appointed to prepare the draft of an act of separation from the establishment were called upon to present their report. The following document was then presented to Mr. Alexander Dunlop, convener of the committee, and read to the Assembly by Mr. Candlish: "e DEED OF BEPAISATION. " The ministers and elders subscribing the pro test made on Thursday, the 18th of this inst., ilay, at the meeting of' the commissioners chosen to the General Assembly, appointed to have been that day holden, against the freedom and lawfulness of any Assembly which might then be constituted, and against the subversion recently effected in the con stitution of the Church of Scotland, together with the ministers and elders adhering to the sa...

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CAPTAIN FITZROY, THE NEW GOVERNOR OF NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1843

CAPTAIN FITZROY, THE NEW GOVER NOR OF NEW ZEALAND. -o '(From the New Zealand Journal.) Captain Fitzroy is a captain in the navy, President of the Geographical Society, member for the city of Durham, paternally nephew to the Duke of Orafton, maternally nephew to the Marquis of Londonderry. A gentleman so placed in life does not accept the appointment of Governor to New Zealand without giving up immense prospects; the salary to him has not weighed a feather in the balance upon which depended his determination. He must have much loftier objects in view than a common governorship, -the place of refuge of some distressed general, or naval captain; in point of fact, the nomination of Captain Ft'zroy to be Governor of New Zealand is bringing it into the most prominent consideration amongst British colonies. It is the greatest of all proofs, that the government at home value its colo. nization at a high rate.. Having said so much of the present standing of Captain Fitzroy, we shall say a ht...

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Port Phillip. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1843

IJovt iibflWUp: -o (From the Port Phillip Herald, October 27.) THE TowN CoUNCIL.-The town council held a meeting yesterday; present, his worship the Mayor, Aldermen Russell, Kerr, and Mortimer, and Coun cillors Fawkner and Reid. The various notices on the paper were disposed of with harmonious epe. dition, very little discussion-and that by no means partaking of the acrimonious character for which it has been hitherto so distinguished, having been elicited from any of thornem. BLACK Muaxan.-Intelligesice reached town yesterday of a revolting murder committed-on the station of Mr. Charles Manton, at Western Port, during the past weekl. The unfortunate victim was ,a native lad of the Goulburn tribe, who for some considerable time past had been in the employ of Mr. Mlanton, and who, when out tending the milking cows of that gentleman, was set upon by a couple of blacks, and killed, by having his brains beaten out with a waddle. The perpetrators of this cold blooded atrocity are well kn...

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MUSWELLBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1843

AU1SWELLDI0ItK. We rub our eyes, and stare about, and begin to think that it is not a dream, but a bright reality, that the colony is no longer a mere penal settlement, that it is throwing off its fetters and assuming an erect posture; that its legislative assembly is an intelli. gent and independent body, imbued with a keen desire to reform what is wrong, improve what is faulty, and retrench all useless extravagance in its expenditure. The legislative pruning knife has touched here; our little " relic of the dark ages of the colony," as Dr. Lang designates the office of police magistrate, has been compulsorily obliged to file its schedule; its doom has gone forth-its funeral knell has sounded-ait transit gloria m?undi. GovrRNres1T BANK.-A petition to the legis lative council, praying for the establishment of a government bank, has been got up in the Hunter River district; and it has already received a great number of signatures.

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BLACK CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1843

BLACl CRoEEK. Taus WH-EAT COor.-Tho fine summet weather of the last few days has brought the early sown wheat rapidly forward, so much so that I expect reaping will commence in this neighbourhood before the week is out. The crops will, I have no doubt, turn out as large as can be reasonably expected; the quality, too, will be good, from the absence hi. thetto of hot winds.

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WEEKLY METEOROLOGIAL TABLE. VARIATION OF THE THERMOMETER, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1843

IHERLY METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. SVAURATION OF THE TIHERMOMRTE. 110. IN. N. 8.1 WIND. I WIRnrSD AY....NO. 164 7270 N.B. Clear 1'IIURSUAV . 8........ 68 7n 72 N.E. Ditto FRIDAiY . .. 3172 90184 N.E. Hot wind SLTUIoDAY ........ 4 70 80 70 N.E. Ditto SNDAY"............ 6 68 76 I71 N.E. Windy .o.Ya. ...........6 160174170 S.E. Ditto 'UPSOAT ........... 7 70 1? I71 N.E. Ditto Mean temlprature, 730.

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NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1843

NEWCASTLE. Tt a POLiCE M AOIsTRATs.-The public announce ment, that the oflice of police magistrate was about to be abolished, caused considerable dismay and excitement in this town...The inhabitants lost no time in preparing a petition addressed to tile legis. lative council, setting forth in true colours the rising importance of Newcastle on account of its mines, naunufuctories, &c., the progressive improvements of the town, and the very onerous duties of our res pected police magistrate, Major Crammer; and praying that on account of the heavy magisterial duties at Newcastle, ihe office of police magistrate might be continued, as without some such func. tionary, the most lamentable results would in all probability arise. The petition has been forwarded to Major Wentworth, and other members of the council have been addressed, praying their co-ope. ration in [forwarding the object the petitioners have in view. Major Cruanmer has held the appointment of police magistrate of Ne...

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HIGH WATER IN SYDNEY COVE. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1843

HIGH WATER 'N SYDNEY COVE. THIB DAY. 12 min. p. 6 mornlilg 46 minu..p. Ovening TOWIOlIROW 13 min. p. 7 morning I 42 min. p. 7evening PRIDAY. 10 min. p .8 morning 38 min. p. 8 evening Sun rises this day 16 min. p. 8; sets 44 min. p. 8. Full Moon, 7th, 27 min. past 3 afternoon.

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AN EVENING AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1843

AN EVENING AT SEA. -o :..POM AN UNPUBLISHED JOURNAL.) The evening of the 21st of January introduced a scene which my imagination had long pictured of the most exquisite loveliness, and which gratified its liveliest expectations. The day had been remark. ably warm and pleasant, with a light steady breeze from the S.W., and as the sun descended in crimson splendour'beneath the western horizon, the deep blue vault of the heavens glowed with its innumerable beacons, undimmed by cloud or speck. The lovely moon, with her mild and silvery beams, extended her soothing influence far over the ocean, which a scarcely perceptible ripple stirred with a pleasing and grateful music. There we lay, nearly motion. less, our ship under easy sail, standing out in bold relief against the unclouded and bespangled firma. ment; it was light as mid.day, but it was that sub dued and mellowed light which, unlike the broad glare of sunshine, diffuses an unearthly calm over man's troubled soul. Nature was at pe...

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EXTRACT OF A LETTER FROM SPAIN, [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1843

EXTRACT OF A LETTER FROM SPAIN,. LFro:n ho the reman, lSne 24 J The blaze of revolution rages once more in ill-fated Spain. The military despotism of Espartero hg blown the fiery passions of Catalonia ani the south into a fearful con flagration, which may temporalily subside, ,but caUnuL b1 e extinguished. The inachi nery of the Spanish constitution has been put miserably out of order by unskilful and wrong-headed men. Foreign influence, the bane of.spanish statesmen, has shamefully prevailed. The foreigner is in the Spanish cabinet, and the domineering party is pro perly stigmatized with the name of " Anglo Ayacuchos," a term at once of twofold disgrace, and intimating the quarter whence the anti-Spanish influence comes. Thus, alas I looking even to the .subject, of those letters, is the present moment one but little adapted for literary rambles and peaceful lucubrations in Spain; but what shall I say referring to the readers for whom this series .of sketches was intended ? A few m...

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Legislative Council. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1843

Legtltl Iatc Groutt iI. -a FInDAY, NovEnUne 3. The SperAEn took the chair about half past three o'clock. SOLVENT DEBTORS' BILL. Tlho SPsAKSn announced that 'his Excellency had been pleased, on behalf of her Majesty, to give his assent to the above bill. UNEMPLOYED WORKING CLASSES. kr. ELwaN, on behalf of Dr. Lang, obtained leave to postpone the motion for the consideration of the petition for the relief of the labouring classes in Sydney until Wednesday next. SAVINGS' BANK AND REGISTRIY BILLS. 11 r. EL.IN asked and obtained leave to postpone his motion relative to theso. bills, until Wednesday next. JFILVIS BAY ROAD. Mn. CowPsn withdrew from the paper for the present, the motion which stood in his name, viz: p" That a select committee be appointed, with in. structiduis to take into consideration the prayer of the petition from the inhabitants of the counties of St. Vincent and Murray, that this council willrea. commend a grant of £600, to be made from the publio treasury, towards de...

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ST. PATRICK'S SOCIETY. SOCIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE FAITH, AND CATHOLIC INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1843

ST. PATRICK'S SOCIETY. SOCIETYj FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE PAITH, AND CATHOLIC INSTITUTE. The usual monthly meeting of the above societies was held on Sunday evening last in the Catholic Schoolroom, Castlereagh-streetland-wasi very res pectably attended. The Very Reverend the VICAR GENERAL having taken the chair, said he was sorry to perceive' that the collections of last Sunday and the two preceding ones in aid of St. Patrick's Society, had fallen off sadly from the usual amount. Only £4 had been collected' on one of these Sundays, and £2 on another, and out of the £2 collected last Sunday, it appeared upon reference to the Chronicle that the sum of £1 2s had been collected by the children, and only five persons had given donations-:only five had subscribed to St. Patrick's Society, and amongst those five were the subscriptions of the Rev. John M'Encroe and himself. If they went on in this way he much feared that .they would be un able to finish the church. They might suppose from ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1843

NOTICE OF REMOVAL. O UR Subscribers and Friends are respectfully informed that " The Morning Chronicle" will in future be printed and published in Bridge-street, Sydney, on the promises late the" Aus tralian" Newspaper Office, Colonnade, where, in future, all communications are to be addressed. NOTICE TO AGENTS. HOSE whose names appeared in the imprint of the -late "Austral asian Chronicle," as duly accredited Agents, are requested, and hereby authorised, to collect all Accounts due, in their respective districts, to " The lMorning Chirnicle,' .from the 1st of October instant. MRnR. THOMAS HIGGINs is authorised to collect the accounts for Sydney, and he will give receipts, signed by Mn. MICHAEL l)'ARcY, the Publisher of the " Chronicle."

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SUGGESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1843

'SUGGESTIONS. iMs. Etrmon-Although from the opposite cha racter of our variouscrerda, 1 cannot be looked upon as a very earnest well wisher to the success and ad. uancement of the lnoman Catholic religiothn,still there are so many things, not having reference to particular doctrines or customs, observable in tlip conduct of the clergy and peoplewho 'profess.the Catholic faith, whtich deserve commendation an 'l might well be imitated by Potestanta,.that 1, whi am a Protestant, and a sincere one, havesantl this letter for publication in your paper, In the hope that clergymen and members of my owr, church generally may see the advuantage'of being guided by you li several respects. Our charity to the poor, and. our contributions for building churches or other similar purposes, are far less than those afforded by you, when such are wanted. Our clergy are not half so zealous and ready of access as yours are, and from their wearing no clerical or distinguishing dres?, they are passed in th...

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Sydney Markets. NOVEMBER 7, 1843. FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1843

,bnV atiavctst0 ·-0 NOVEMBER 7, 1843, FLOUR, WHEAT, &o. Barker's MAll:-- Van Diemen's Land ditto, 4 Fine Flour, 12s (P 100lbs, Od to 0 ad per bushel cash 10s Maize, Colonial Is 3d to la 8d Seconds, 10sn, cUah s retail,2?o 2 3d Bread Sd to Od per 21b loaf Bran, le4dto Is 6d per bush. Finoe liscult, 2Os per owt. |Barloy, s Od to 3s 04 ditto Second ditto, 10s ditto Barley, Cape, 2s Od to 3a Od Sydney Coinpany'es MUm:- ditto . : Fine Flour 2s JUP lbOOIb, Oats, os ad to Is Od, retall, cash 10s 2s Od to sa Od Seconds, 10s, cash Os Hay, £2 10s to £0 Os per ton Ration, £0, cash £8 Wleoat itraw, So3d per cwt Valparaiso ditto £8 Grass, wholesale, ad to (d per Colonial Wheat, 3s ad to 4s ad doz. brundes, retail, 8d per buslhl FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. Oranges Is 3d to 2s(d per doE Tomatoes, Is per dozen Apples, Is to 2sod per doz i SilverBeets, Od per bundle Loquate, 8d per quart Potatoes, new, V. ID. L,, 8a to Guavas, - - s per wt, or ld a per lb Lisbon lemons, is Od to so d I -, Coloniol...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1843

PUNCH'S REPORT ON THE lERIAL STEAM SHIP.-Punch publishes the report of a committee appointed by himself to investigate the merits of this machine. The following extract sets at rest the supposed analogy between its light and that of birds:-" The analogy between the bird and the srial courier is very.properly'made of the first consequence, for nature has ever furnished the beat models that art could go from; but still your com mittee have failed, with all their energy, in disco. vering any British birds with steam.engines in their atomachs, or whirlygige behind their ears; and as the patentee appears to think an inherent principle of life quite necessary for sustaining a body in the air, they recommend him to try and make a dead bird fly by clock work before he proceeds much further." FASHIONABLB DEPARTURE. - Mr. Cribby Walker left the police station near the grand stand for the Croyden Roundhouse, immediately after the conclusion of the Derby. We believe the cause of his sudden abse...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1843

DEPARTURES. No'v. 5.-For the Isle of Pines, the brig Portenia, Richards, with sundries. 6.--For the South Sea Fisheries, the ship British Sovereign, Cooper, with whaling gear, &c. ImsPORTANF To MARNtnRS BOUND ROUND CAPS HoN,.-Extract of a letter received at Lloyd's, from their agent at Valparaiso :--" March 4 We beg to advise you, that her Majesty's steamer Salamandar, which arrived here last nirht, from the Falkland Isles, via the Straits of Magellan, entered the, Pacific by the Gulf of Penas. having passed throuqh the Channels Smyth and Samioento, Narrows of Guara, the Straits of Conception and Messier, and inside the Islands of:Adelaide, Hanover. Madre de Dias. and Wellington-a tract hitherto unknown, or considered impracticable." The-troops per Ratellf have arrived in a very healthy state, no deaths having occurred on the passage. - - The .Ratolhy reports hiving spoke the Chieftain, on the, equator, 18th August, +from :Bombay to London, and the American ship Hfeary Pratt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 November 1843

SHEEP-BOILING. T HE undorsigned is now ready to receive Sheep for melting down, having fitted up boilers on an extensive scale. Being hinm. self a practical workman, and having a thorough knowledge of the melting and preparing of tallow, added to the experience he has now acquired of this particular branch, feels confident that no other melting establishment will give greater satisfaction, or turn out a more abundant yield of tallow. He assures those settlers who may favour him with their sheep, that every attention will be personally paid to their interests. Samples of tallow melted from sheep may be seen at his premises. For further particu lars, address, post paid, WM. 1. ALLEN. N.B.-One thousand sheep per week can be boiled, and the tallow turned out of hand in a proper merchantable manner, so that the owner can have two shillings per head for his sheep the day after they are killed, and his tallow in the market on week alter the delivery of the sheep. Soap 'Manufactory, Sussex....

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