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Government Gazette. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 November 1843
TusnAvY; NovaMsEn t14 ' - PROOLAMATION By his Excellency Sir *George' Gipps, :Knight,. Captain General, and Governor in :Chief of the' territory of New South, Wales and its Depen. dencies, &c. In pursuance of the authority in ?r vested, I deo hereby notify and proclaim, that at'll o'clock of Wednesday, the 13th day ofiDecember next, the following portions of crown land will he offered for sale by public auction, at the Survey Otlice,in Mel bourne, Port Phillip, at the upset price (£4 per acre.) Deposit 10 per cent. SUBURWAN LOTS. 1. Bourke, six acres and twenty parches, pariah of Boroondara,' portion No 6. 2. Bourke, thirteen acres;,parish ofT Booroondara,. portion No 7. 3. Bourke, Eleven acres three rogds and twenty four perches, parish of Boioondara, portion No 8 4. IBourke; twerte acres aird two roods, pariash of Boroondara, portion No 9' . ' L :: " . -.z ., Bourke, sixteen acres one- rood and thirty-two perches, parish of Boroondara, portion No 11 6. Bourke,. fourteen ac...
TEETOTALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 November 1843
TEETOTALISM. -0 We cordially concur in the following .remarks from Murray's Review, on the injurious effects of introducing personal, party, or any other collatera topics into the proceedings of" "Teetotal Meetings.' ' 'Those who deviate from the one paramount subject of '* bstinence from intoxicating drinks" injure the cause they undertake to advocate:- - The "Teetotal" system' is in full operation 'at Launceston. It has an organ of its own, the Tee total Advocate, an offset of the LanncestoneAdver diser, both being the property, as we understand, of Mr. Knight. The system is opposed by two journalsl otherwvise; at daggers drawn' with each otheri, the Chronicle and 'the Examair. We take' this' oppor tunity (apropos des bottes)of offering a'few Words of advice to our two contempoiaries, (for which imrper tinenco perhaps our situation as the Father'of the Press in'both colonies, having?been for upwards of 'a quarter of a century as a public journalist befdre the colonists of both, ma...
REPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 November 1843
REPEAL. The following A?Dnrnes from the "general com. mittee" of the Loyai Natiinal Repea Aso;clntion to the people of. Ireland, places in a clearand satin. factory pointof view the great eqd and object of the 'Repeal'Movement. Every, calm ad coiisidernte man must admit that.there is nothing to, be; feared by the friends Ito the connexiontbaetween England and Ireland, from granting a ' Repeal" of the obt noxious Union, but that everything it to be feared for'the'tability' of that conneiion; by refusing to grant that meisurei, which is best calculied' to serve Ireland, and 'to preserve' that country as ,the. first .nd by far the ,moat important appendage to the British Crown.. We are decidedly,for the imperial coinieion 'of Engiansd and Ireland, and we are equally conr}eed, that nothing but a "Domestic Parliament"'can secure to Ireland the blessings of a good government; and enable' England .to rank a'mong thefirst of 'Eriopean r'ations; 'A6d we most earnestly pray that no national j...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 November 1843
NOTICE OF :REMOVAL. O U.R ,Subsoribers ; and Friends are respectfully informed that 1" The Morning. Chroniclo" will in future -be printed and published Jn Flridge-street, Sydney on the .premises late the" Aus tralian" News?paer Office, Colonnade, where, in future, all communications are to. be addressed. NOTiCE TO AOBNpTS AND PARTIRS MAKING Kt Sr ,MITTANCBS. IN orderto avoid the expense of post. ago, and spare time in lotter writing, we intend to adopt a plan extensively followed by. !",Brother Jonathan," for acknowledging the, receipt of subsorip tion money, vim., to publish the initials of parties remitting money. 'T'lus we have to asknowledge the letter of: J. C., of Wildsor,'pf the l Ibinsuiant. 'I; AGENTS. O UR respected friend Mr. JAMES M'ALISTIR, having kindly under taken the Agency of the" Morning Chronicle" in the district of Campbell town, our Subscribers are accordingly requested to pay him their respective accounts. Mr. CHARLes BULLsN having kindly undertaken the Agency ...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 November 1843
TO CORRESPONDENTB. "An Iribshman" is informed that the onratory t the Bibtl Meetlug at the School of Arts are only wasting their words, and wearing their lungs, by their fulsome tirades agains Popery and Pueysm, the sound principles advocated by both beln growing daily in.the ascendant. Thee sr of the poor girl being detained two hours upon her knees,?a discussing the doctrine of Purgatory with a Priest in Sydney, and about her being dally sent about her business to the evil,tis a pure £ction, an ioe? ous device of this veracious declaimer . We must deeline the "Anonymous" love e?lulon of our "Anonymous" correspondent "D."
CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, NOVEMBER, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 November 1843
CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, NOVEMBER, 1849. 18. S. Dedlcation of S. Baillios of S0. Peter & Paul, dble. 19 a. 24th after Pentecost, 6th after Epiphany. aod 4th of N M. ovember, 8 Elizabeth, Queen, widow, double . 90. M. I. Felix, colfessor, double 1. T. Presetation of B. V. Moar, greater double 92. W. 8. Cecllla, virgin, martyr, double 23. Tb. 8. Olement, pope, martyr, double 24 F. S. Jols of.the Cross. confessor, double 25. Ii S. Catherfine, virgn martyr, double 28. 3. tbh and last afer lePellecoath INo. 27. M. I Ferls 28. T. Eeria 29. W. Feei, comr a . Saturminus, martyr 30. T. S. Andrew, qpsotlel, double Ind dcls, feasl devotion
Latest Country News. WOLLOMBI. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 November 1843
tLJatet Erounttr jBtou. LFrom the Mattland Mercury, November 21.) WOLLOMBI.... Tae Caopa.-The. wheat cropsn. in this district are quickly approaching maturity, and Ceres, to the superficial observer, would seem to have requited the industry of the husbandman with abundance; but the goddess has been less propitious, of her bounties than such appearances indicate. That noxious visitant smut has effected interminable in Toads throughout all the crops that have come under my observation, in an extensive excursion, and rumour has ascribed to others a similar visitation. LAnoav.-Labour appears abundant. Ticket of leave holders, and others tied by circumstances to the district; are in nom'e instaoces engaged to reap at 0Os. ler acre; while stangera in quest of employment are discontentedly passing on to other locations, under the delusive hope of obtaining 15s. MIUSWELLDBR?OOK. TnIB Wasa?AR, CRoPs, &c.-The weather has been intensely warm; no rain has fallen in this quarter. A great...
HIGH WATER IN SYDNEY COVE. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 November 1843
iiGII WATCH IN SYDNEY COVEL THIl DAT. 40 oin. p.6 morning | 14 min. p. 8 evening TOMOnROW. 46 min. p. d morning I 20 aIn. p.7 evening MOeDAT. 41 min. p 7 morning 0 min. p. 8 evening TUESDAY, 30 man. p. 8morning 1 min.p. 8 evening WRDNBUIDY. 16 min. p. 0 morning J mio. p. evenng. TaUBan&T. 6 min.p. 10 morning ( 30 min. p.10 avening 64 min. p.10 morning I 13 min. p.11 evening Sun rises ths day 86 nm p. 6; seta 64 int. P. 6. New Moon, 2nd, 39 moa. pant 8 morning.
THE MORNING CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 November 1843
THE MORNING CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1843. " ?s just and fresar eo Let lU the ends thou a'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's." S.kspearr. UNEMPLOYED LABOUR. Ir affords us some satisfaction, as it must to every friend to the formation:. of an ".agricultural peasantry," to .find that several of the honorable members of the Legislative Council have earnestly :taken up the "idea" that'we suggested some'time back, regarding the most effectual--and beneficial plansof. turning the labourof the ":unemployed". emigrants to the best ad vantage both for themselves and for- the colony at large, viz., that of locating them ton some fertile section or sections of land, and of supplying them with some pro. visions and implements of husbandry. This is unquestionably the cheapest mode of supplying' the present urgent wants of the -numerous unemployed persons now stroll ing and half-starving along the streets and environs of Sydney. 'The present ex .travitgant and unwise "Land Re...
VESSELS LAID ON FOR SYDNEY. FROM LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 November 1843
VESSELS LAID ON FOR SYDNEY. FROM LONDON. Adsa, Waddel, Agust 7. Adrastus, 360 ions, Chaplain, June 80 Andromed,'40r8 tons, Sutton, July 20 Asia, Pattersori, June 28, Bangalore, 889 tons, Nelson, July 4 Buccephalus, 657 tons, Small, August 2 CGedoida, 403 tons, Liddell, July 6 Cremona, 400 tons, Bully, August 1 General fl Hwit, 960 tons, H1art, July 20 Ganges, 450 tons, Macdonald, July 80 Sultana, 374 tons, Lyell, July 37 FROM LIVERPOOL. Columbian, barque, 290 tons, WakaD, July 31 South Stsckton, blig, Jly 30 f' IOM BOBART TOWN. East London, barque L'Amisis, bdrque MUari, lWatsan, schooner Psyche, barquse Triton, missionary schooner ;Tobago, brig, Wanderer, schooner FROM LAU0NO~BSTON.?1 Culypso, brig Skgmrn; brig. S ROlM NEW ZBALAND. Aral, schooner, ,Deborah, schooner Lunar, brig North Star, H.MS. IOratsDi, schooner S*cotio, schooner Vanguard, schooner. ; FROM TSH SOUTH SEA IBLANDS. Countess of Wilon sohoner Ernest, schooner . F? ROM MANILLA. .Munford, schoonerl Urgent, ship FROM BAT...
Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 November 1843
4IItgatai dol'rotojOfbt Ufi . 9 Ma. Enpsoi,-A few months ago, a certain gen. tlema of ?lile?ian origin, alluded, in "broad day light," to the Catholic Church, as "Idolatrous." AJter considerable hesitation, judging that the attack, coming from the quarter it did, ought to be ?oticed, I ventured to address the gentleman through your oulomoa. You informed the " bilesian" that, -though it wasl rather "out of date," his letter should be insetted if he sent a fair' copy ofit. to. pather with his ,ame. 1. now forwaid both, you will act as you judge beat. I a m, Mr. Editor, Your humble mad.obedient servant, A MILESIAN.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 November 1843
Ma. Ean?on.-Now that the building and fraame work, for. the reception of. Saint Mary's Bells, have so far and satisfactorily advanced, I would respect. fully submit to the proper authorities, that a meeting ,should be called for the.purpose of.formiog a society of '* Campanologists," under stringent rules and regulations, so that the eaembeis-may be enabled to practice upon hand bells, and form someldea at all events of " round ringlng." .Ahltough.I have no doubt there are many persona in the colony who are competent to ring grandaire or plain ,major; .(two simple but greatly admired' methods,) still I doubt, much the.piobability eo ob. tainng eight who could go:intotheTower and ring. in either of them, of? hand; it may be all very well to say I can ring,"'but :des the party so saying infer that he understands the science oft Osmpano . logy, or that he an neaely pull a ropel I nmseilf could ring a bell whein I pas 14 years of age,,but was not trusted with the vesponaibility of ringi...
Shipping Intelligence. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 November 1843
Sbltppug JInUttllgencc. DEPARTURES. Nov. 14:.- For Hobart Town, the schooner Conmet, Cork, with, sheep, &c. Passengers-Messra. T.. Agars, T. Nightingale. II. W. Hamilion, and W. Carol. 15 - For Newcastle and Port Stephens, the barque Cuba, Jeyes, with sundries. 16.- For Launceston and. Port Phillip, the steamer Corsair, Taggart, with snodries. Passengers -..Mr.'iad'Mas. E. Bennett, and two children ; Mr. Siorey, Mr. W. Jones, bit. 1l. Bennett, Mrs. Johnson, Mr. T. Bradford, _Mrse. B. Moore," Mr. and Mrs. T. Sheedy, and two ehildremn Mr J-las A?rmstrosfg, and Mr. Orr.?
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 November 1843
THE ARMY IN IRiLAND.-ItIis said that in future the troops of the various garrisons throughout the country will attend Divine Service fully armed and accoutred. The forts on the lower Shannon are to be garrisoned by the royal marines daily expected in that river by one of her Majesty's steamers. Two war steamers are to be stationed between Limerick and the entrance of the Shan. non. The fortifications at Athlone are remounted with cannon and reinforced with double guards. Athlone was formerly the extreme bulwark of the English pale on the borders of Connaught. The S[st depot anod a troop of the IO.h hussars attend the Ennis Repeal meeting on Wednesday. Captain l,owe's company of the Royal Artillery has arrived at Clonmel. The 30th depot at., Galway has been served out with sixty tound of ball cartridge a man, preparatory to Mr. O'Connell's visit. The Carbi. neers and 66th regiment, in Edinburgh, are under orders to be ready to proceed to Ireland at a mo. ment's notice. The left wing ...
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 November 1843
TOvasOAT, NovanlsiR 160. NEW ' ZXOLVasTU. Thel following schedules were filed yesterday, vi,. a John Jones, of the Parramasta.road brickmaker r Debts, 116419.. Assets-personal property, 1051 18. 3d ; outstanding, debts, 21 18.. Balance deficiency, 10551 14. 9d, exclusive of 10171 14. of bad and doubtful debts. William Newton, of Upper Pitt-street, Sydney, wheelwright st Debts, 4131 11i 3d. Assets-landed property, 2501; persoal property, 271 94. Balance deficiency, 1361 Ile ad.., John Cheeseman, late of Pitt.street, Sydney, now of Union-street, Balmain, butcher Debts 701 2i d. Assets-....peronal property, 31; landed property,, 501; outstanding debts, 71 85 3jd. Balance. deficiency, 151 13 l0d. George Mackay, of Concord, farmer t Debts, 271110s. Assets-personal property, 81; outetandtng deliti, 2681 10i. Balane deficiency, 2571. William, Mason, of the Barwin River, settler: Debts, 12841 7s Id. Assets-personal property, 2031; outstanding debts, 10251; balance deficiency, 61 7s 7d. M~Ts...
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 November 1843
W;onMSDAT, Novaruaa 16, paoo0P OF CLAIMs. In the estate of John Weston, a first meeting : S. Lyoins, 71 is 11d ; J. egg, 94 15s ; D. Jones and Co., 201 t2s ad. Io the estate of A. L. Doe Mlts, a 6sst meeting a T'. Perkis'.' 101 IS 8d ; the estate of I. R. Randolph, 2191 16s 44 ; the estate of 8. Peek and Co., 3491 13s 2d; Welch end Eldridge, I1 4s 9d; the Commercial; Bank, 3816 G; A. B. Smith and Co., 4801 31' "Kenworthy and Co., 721 Is 3d; Campbell and Co., 1081 6 84d. Itu the estate of Hercstlee Watt, a 'rst meeting t A. B. Smith and Co., 120 s 7 d; Rosetta Terry, 2001; iW. Turley, 165 4s ; trustees of Hughes and Hosking, 1951'6 S E. Raper, 961 17a 10d ; W. Grant, 32£ 8s 6d.; Samuel Lyons, 2391 12- Id ; C. W. Roemer, 321 T. W. Bowden, 61; Campbell, Hill, and Co., 15816s 4d; Fitchet and Strong.' 101 J. Neale, 381 16s 7d Pile and Preston, 891 7a 10d ; Lamb and Parbury, 981 9s. 'In the estite of Smmuel Solomon,, a siogle iieating l estate of Foss and Lloyd, 401 1911 d ; Lawis Bsroete...
Sydney Markets. NOVEMBER 18, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 November 1843
RBtes *tMartanto. ·-8 NOVEMBER 18, 1843. Barker's Milllar- Van DIemen's Land ditto, 4 Fine Flour, ls " 1001bs, Od to5s Od per bushel cash 10s Maize, Colonial, is 1t to Is 8d Seconds, 10s, cash Os retail, 9Sto as 3d Bread, 3d to Od per l1b loaf Bran, ls4d to Is d4 per bush. Fine Blsctit, 20s per owt. Barley,2s Od to 3s 0d ditto Second ditto, 10s ditto Barley, Cape, 2s Od to Is Od Bydnoe Coonpany's" filo:- ditto Fine flour s l' 1 iOlb, Oats, Is Od to Is od, retail, 'cash 10s : 2s 0d to s ld Seconds, IOs, aesh O9s Hay £2 10s to £6 Os per ton Iatlon, £9, cash £8 Wahetstraw, 2Sa3d pet cwt, Vstpa?sto-diPt,.8 "..----- Crass, wholessle,d Ct 6,1 per, Colonial Wheat, 3s Od to 4s 0d doz. bundies, retail, 8d per bulhel FRUr buh IT AND EETABLES. Oramges Is l3d to olid per doz ITomatoes, Is per dozen Apples, is to 2,l 0d per doz I Silver Beet, Oid per bundle Loquats, 8d per quart Potatoes, neow, V. D. I., is to OGuavas, - Ilsperewt, orl4d perlb Lisbon lemonsl1s ld to 2si I -, Colonial 3a to ias p...
Legislative Council. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 November 1843
1tgltlattibs Eroutntl. -0-o Wtsnasoar, NovIasase 15. The SezAsae . took the chair at half past three O'clock. DISTRIIOT COUNOILS. Mr. WaneTwoar presented a petition signed by one hundred and nine persons, iehabiiants of the district of Queanbeyan, complaining in the same way as other petitioners of the clauses of the act of parliament relating to the institution of district councils. The petitioners asked the council to take steps to alter the provisions of the eat of parliament. He did not feel called upon to pronounce any opi nion as to whether the council had the power or not ; buti if they had,' the sooner they' exercised it the better. He fully concurred In the prayer of the petitioners, and moved that the petition be road. Dr. NsfcOLson seconded the motion. The question was pist and carried, and the petition wai read. Mir. Wsanrwoarn moved, and. Dr., Nsouosu e. -seconded; thatiithipetitio be received. " The CorLOwIA 8sanrra av said he did not intend to oppose the reception of ...
CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 November 1843
CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT. As we perceive that the Governor's Message, relative to the Customs Depart ment, is to be taken into consideration on Tuesday next;, we have to state on most unquestionable .authority, that the Govern ment has sustained very considerable loss from the present mode of collecting the ad valorem duties, and that the public have in no way benefitted thereby. We would respectfully suggest that the evidence of some of the gentlemen connected with the Department of the Customs, and of others conversant with the subject, such as the Keepers of Bonded Stores, &c., be taken in a select Committee of the Council ; and thus it might be ascertained, beyond a doubt, and to the satisfaction of our Legis lating body and the, community generally, that a certain low rate of fixed duty, in stead of the present ad valorem duty, would be much more beneficial to the Revenue, while it would not in the least advance the price of excisable .articles. Under the present regulation, ...