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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 September 1846

SOQrICF TO AGENTS. T"IE Agents of this Journal are re quested to" furnish a statement of - their accounts, not later than Saturday, the 19th inetant. . " M. D'ARCY. Cihronicle Omfce, Sept. 1st, 1846.

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HOUSE OF LORDS, MONDAY, MARCH 23. STATE OF IRELAND. [CONCLUSION OF EARL GREY'S SPEECH.] [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 September 1846

HOUSE OF LORDS, 3tlosxAY, MAanyH 23. " STATE OF IRELAND. -[COeCLUSION or i;ABL, aav's SPEECH.] At the conclusion of the session of 1843, a bill for 'granting fixity of tenure was moved in the other ,house, :by Mr. S. Crawford. A discussion took place on-the second reading, .nd theprime minister having stated that government was duly sensible of the necessity of-taking some step on this sulject, 'the bill was withditlwn without a division. At the `commencement of next session, her Majesty was advised formally to announce in her speech from -the throne that she had thought fit to appoint a ,committee for dealing with that subjectt, and a few -daysnfter, in a debate in the ?ommons on the im portant resolutions moved by Lord John Ilussell for -considering the state of.Irela.d,. the Secretary for ,the Home D partment, adverting to the issue of `the commission, expressed his hope that before the termination of that session it wouldl be in tIhe-power .of government to introduce some measur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 September 1846

rk TO TAILORS, Ir Se AND SIIIPPEtS OF WOOLLENS TO THE It(ADJACENT COLONIES. ' S "" IIR, undersigned has just opened a very Ir choice lot of Black and Blue Superfine Cloths;1 which he has bought advantageously, and which he ate otefs at from l Is. to 17s. idl. per yard, bcing worth, - owing to the great scarcity in the market, from 2s. of Gd. to Is. Gd. per yard more. ly 1Je would also acquaint tile trade that he will be l in receipt, by the next arrivals, of the best assort ment of Trimmings in the city; and further, it is be his intention to keep always on Iand every article itr requtired in tihe d eidoii ind +o .1hw in dtterminett to its establish a business of the kind. so much wanted in S.n.. t 1 rncithli rti_, ,d peIIC, tie tra la c ecableu to suit thlemselves ea with Clotls and. every description of Trimmings, at or a mere fractional aldvance upon tile English.cost. nt Also, a few pieces of light Drab Cloths, 57 inches wo. wide, and excellent_qualities, suitable for or COACH B...

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Government Gazette. FRIDAY, AUG. 28. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 September 1846

c?olrWc vlttt elt 4 ?a ette. o-0 FRIDAY, AUG. 28. IMPOUNDING S. Murrurundi,on the 18tl August, from DbughtioJY. Hollow--strawberry bullock, two blotched brands near rump, G, H under, off thigh, said to be brand ed WDo!rf ribs, coat rough; red and white bullock, branded H, cc under, off-rump, said to be branded WD off ribs, coat rough, both workers; damages 3d. per head. If not released, they will be sold on the 21st September, at Hall's Yard. fOas. Singleton, Patrick's Plains, on the 21st August -brown poley cow; white back and belly, brandciP off rump and shoulder like AG; red poleyy steer, star' in forehead, branded off rump IC, - :under, c" under, white be!y ; -strawberry cow, branded ofir rump P.M, near rump P, off ribs H, a white bull calf by her side, red neck and head, unbranded; white sleer, red head, strawberry quarters, branded near ribs and rump AM, off rump like 6 ; light brin dle bull, about 12 months old, unbranded; white' bull calf, about 12 months old, brown head and...

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Varieties [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 September 1846

- - at A PEasi.AN DIsnEa.-A tray, containing a chillo and pillo, radishes, fried eggs, a stew of nieat, and ri a bowl of sherbet, was allotted to each two persons ; c and, at the woril " Bismillah" (in the name of God) the conpany fell to in silence, unbroken during the si whole time save by the sound of the various jaws le in progress of mastication. Hands were thrust deep into greasy dishes, rice squeezed into balls and swallowed with astonishing rapidity; and in less f than a quarter of an hourhlittle -remained of the j immense piles which had been set before them. Water was then brought in, and each guest slightly wetted his fingers, afterwards wiping them on his pocket handkerchief or his coat, as the case might be, which chremony had scarcely been performed, when our Shah-seven friend' and one or two others loosened their belts, and immediately lapsed into a L state of torpidity. - My companion and myself had made a plenteous meal, but our dishes appeared comparatively untouch...

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THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 2, 1846. THE NEW GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 September 1846

'SYDNEY DCHRON . WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 2, 18.16. TILE NEW GOVERNOR. 'TIM public curiosity asito'this distinguished ,.personage is waxing very:iimpatient. The .whistling and shouting. for "music"-in a crowded theatre, as a prelude to. the draw ing up of the curtain, is a close emblem . of the present popular outcry for the com .'nencement of the- new Australian drama, in whlich His Excellency is to "play the priiicipal part," If our Legislative Council were .sitting, 'there would be abundant opportunity-for the people ,to declare their opinions upon His Excellency's. meetness for his .office. dlowever unfair and unsafe it might be- to pronounce -judgment upon such slight evi .dcnce, opinions would be freely offered ;upon the -justice and wisdom of his minis terial, policy. The beginning having been -witnessed, the progress and the conclusion _ of his vice-regal career would be anticipated with great fertility of imagination, and his ,character and conduct would be canvassed .with the utmo...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 September 1846

tppttitg flinteIlligritCe, --o ARRIVALS. * August 2D.--.IEmnma, brig. 121 tons, Captain Fox, from Adelaide the 20th instant. Passenger- Mrs. Fox,-.rs. Plelhalm DUtton, two daughters and servant, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph ; Mcssrq. South, -1. Walker, and E. Bingham. 30.-Tamar, steamler, 130 tons,'Captain Allen, from Moreton Bay the 27th instant. Passengers Mlessrs. Morrison, HI.-H. Bean, Cryptnin Steele, five. steerage passengers, and the crew of the C'uolqn gattal. r 30.- Kate, schooner, 62 tones Captain Salmdn, from Port Nicholson the Oth, and Cloudy Bay the 14th'instant. Passengers-- Mr. Hart, Miss Hart, Miss C. Hart, Mrs. Sharp, Mrs. Johnston, tiwo children and servant, and Mr. It. Barrett. 31.-Mary, Government schooner, 140 tons, Captain Price, from Norfolk Island the 19th August. Passengers-Major Childs, R.M., (late Superinten dent of Norfolk sland), Mr. and Mrs. Burgess andi son, Miss Charn, Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. James aind three children, and Mr. llulnuin. 3 l.-James ...

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DESTITUTION IN IRELAND.—PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 September 1846

DESTITUTION .N IRELAND.--PUBLIC MFEETING. On Monday ,last a public meeting of the inha bitants of Sydney was held .in the George-street market place, pursuant to a requisition to the Right Worshipful the Mayor, for the purpose of" devising means towards alleviating the appaliing distress with which it has pleased Divine Providence to afflict Ireland during the present year." The chair was taken about three o'clock by Henry Macdermott, Esq , Mayor of Sydney, who read the unu,' itlo, "the" Tolowlfig iole fromn the Bishop of Australia:- " Sir-I am extremely happy to find, from an advertisement in the newspapers, that it is intended to hold a meeting on Monday next, for tie purpose of collecting funds for the relief of our fellow countrymen in Ireland, who are at this time suffering under' the visitations of providence. As your wor ship is to be in the chair, 1 beg permission to place in your char go the amount* (i 10) which I am desi rous of giving for this good purpose, earnestly wish...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 September 1846

The "Sydniey Chronicle'.' is published. wlile, a week, on Wednesdny and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South Wales, Van Diemen's Land, South dustraliaNe Zeand and India; and iEngland, Scotland; and Ireland.- 2 r 30th June, 30th September,.aind 31st December; at which periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, qfter paying the amount due.,-Advertisers should. mark on each advert isen ent t e nna ier of insertions required; otlandher,is andey area contid. uTe Quater eld on the 31s arh discontina'e or alter advertisements must be sent in before six-o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday and Friday; but new advertisements are received till six o'clock on the evening before pblic -Al instructions must be given in writing, and a till co ermade . Orderpa NTOTIC E. IT HE SUBISCRIBE IS to this 1Paper, 3 aiid the Public jn genertal, are respect fully informed, that the following rules will in future be strictly-adhered to: 1N SYDNEY-=The Subscription is Ten Shillin...

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VICE-ADMIRALTY COURT IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 2 September 1846

VICE-AMIIRAL'rY COURT IN- NEW SOUTHL WA LES. Immediately after the business of the meeting with respect to Steam Communication (held on last Thursday) had been disposed of, Mr. William Walker was again caller to the chair, and announced to a large number of tie leading merchants of the city who remained in the room, that Mr. S. A. Do naltlon would address them on the evils and injus tice attendant on the present working of the law giving jurisdiction to the Couit of Vice-Admiralty in New South Wales. Mr. DoNA LDsoN then, in a speech of some length, moved the adoption of the following memortal to the Legislative Council: "' Tie Memorial of the undersigned Merchants, and other Colonists, residing in Sydney, New South Wales. " To the Honorable the Legislative Council of this colony. *, Humbly sheweth...That your memorialists, deeply interested in the prosperity of the Port of Sydney, desire to call the attention of your Ionorable Council to the existing jurisdiction of the Vice Ad nara...

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CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 September 1846

CATTLE .AfARKET. .1nLcn Cows-Seven milch cows were soldat20s. to 60s. per head.

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Shipping Intelligence. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 September 1846

S Stpultng Intetllgarre. -0 DEPARTURES. September 1.-Shamrock, steamer, Captain Gil more, for Twofold Bay, Port Phillip, and Launces ton. Passengers-Mrs. Wall, Mrs. Frazer, Mr. and Mrs. Hurdern, Miss and Mister Hordern and servant, Captain Cole, Mr. Scrutton and two chil dren, Mr. Crosbie and child, Mr. and Mrs. White, Mrs. Shaw, Miss Hall, Messrs. 11. A. Smith, 11. Massie, Orr, Hall, Hubbard, Barclay, M'Langhlin, Rixon, Morgan, 1V. Jackson, " Lumbe, Guodsir, Shield, Sewell, and Millidge. 2. - -Terror, schooner, Captain Dunning, for Auckland. Passengers- Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and four daughters, Mrs. Wallis and child, Messrs. Sims, Huoll, Skinner, Kinghorne,Justin, J.M1'Grath, and five soldiers' wives. 2.- -Arfel, schooner, Captain Sturgeon, for Cir cular Head. 2.-I anderer, schooner, Captain Croston, for Launceston, in ballast. 3.-Tenessserime, barque, Captain MPKenzie, for the Cape of Good hope via Mauritius. Passengers --Mr. Aekroyd. D.A.C.G.. Mrs. Ackroyd and si. chidren, and"Mr....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 September 1846

AGENTS FOR THE CHRONICLE. GOULvURN-MIR. CARNEr. BERRIMA--MIR. B. i'SIAHON. PATERSON-MIR. J. O'SULLIVAN. PARRAIATTA -Ma. P. CARDlIF. PORT PHILLIP -Mat. J. -BULLVIN. WVOLLONOONO-Ma. THOMAS FoWi.an. B ATiaURST-IRa. T. JoNEs. QUEANDBYAN-Mni. J. J. WRIGHT. M1AITLAND-1MR. T. AlAMONY. CAMPuiELLTOWN, &c.--Mn. P'Ausrsa:. . WaNoSOR-MR. JAMES CASSIDT. PRniTII-MII. JAMES MA'CARTIY. JERRY'S PLAINS-Ma. J. J. ARUL., BuNooNma-21Ba. EDuwAR HunISr ADELAIDE-MlR. JOHN NOWLANO... YAss-"IR. C. RouotKE. Published in the United ICjngdom, b Ms. JoNsE, 03, P.ATERNOSTER-ROW, LONpP' M11. W. J. BATTELISOY, 10, ESSEX-DRIDOEA' I.LAIIENr-STREET,. DUBLIN. Printed for thi Proprietur )Ay EDW ltD JOHNIIS It Y, of fedirrn, in the County of Cumberland, ad itshed by hhn it theChroanle ftilooNo.!2,0 lottIE S duty, Ncw South W:.les.-Say aI,), Sepitemtber5,,bit

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HONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 September 1846

HONEY. WE. extract the following article- from the Maitland Mcrorny, of August the 29th. The subject of which it treats is well worthy the attention of settlers, as opening up to them a new and almost certain addition to their pecuniary resources. THE HONEY TRADE. About thirteen months ago, Mr. E. P. Capper, of West Maitland, sent to England a small parcel of honey and bees' wax, as an experiment, to try whether a market could be found there for those commodities. The first advices he got were that no one would look at the honey; but by the last arrival from England he has receiyed an account. sale of the honey and wax, which he has been kind enough to lend ::; f`r the gnrpose of laying the results of the transaction befnrn,?- -1-' The honey and wax sent home by Mr. C. wero from forty hives, which yielded about 1,000lbs. of rough comb. In taking the honey not a sing'e hive of the bees was lost. The nett produce was 7cwt. Oqr. lOlbs. honey, and 341bs. wax. The honey was packed in six...

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Maitland. SAFE ARRIVAL OF ANOTHER OVERLAND PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 September 1846

(Lron( the Mai land Mercury.) S. 1 Aanau, orF ANOTHER OVERLAND PART? -J3y a letter receivld by a gentleman in town,with a sight of whichl we have been favoured, we are 91 to perceive that Mr. Rowland Yeomans and hk partty have arrived safe in Adelaide. The cafualtd amongse the cattle had been very few, umoenting only to l0 in a herd of 400-pf the horsoestocks a one was lost. The party were fourteen kBoia road, und hud to contend with ,exceedinglY Nd weather throughout the journey, the whole of the creeks between South Australia and the Murrum bidgee being flooded. Another evil they met with on the road, was from some of the parties Who hadti gone before having set fire to'the grass on the route, the whole country having been burnt for miles and miles. Mr. Yeoman's party met with no molestation from the blacks, though that gentleman's 'letter con firms the aecount of the mischevious-outburst of the savages, and of the-slaughter of a white man, as reported in a previous number. The pr...

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Government Gazette. TUESDAY, SEPT. 1. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 September 1846

Qtobra ttita- t 0 a- tte, TUESDAY, SEPT. 1. IM1POUNDINGS. The "Sottlrrs' Home" pound, on the 20th of August-white poley cow, red cars,'Icd spots on neck, branded TG ribs, an illegible brand on thigh; red cow, white back, branded TG ribs, like IS ribs, No. 12 on thigh ; red cow, white back and belly, branded.X rump; red cow, white back, belly, and face, brands on rump and ribs not legible; red cow, white back and belly, no visible brand ; red poley cow, white back, belly, and face, an illegible brand ribs, with a heifer calf by her side; red cow, white on both sides, branded TG ribs, and like & shoul. der. If not claimed on or before the 25th Septem Ler, they will be sold. . [lls. 2d. , Gunning, on tic 19th day of August, from the estate of Mr. Woodhouse, Fish River black work ing bullock, down horns, branded R oft' rump; black cow and calf, tip olr each car, white spot ed rump, end of tail white, white spot near shoulder, branded WE or ALE conjoined near rump; red steer, sna...

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Supreme Court. FRIDAY, SEPT. 1. EQUITY JURISDICTION. Before his Honor Mr. Justice Therry. NEW MAGISTRATE. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 September 1846

2>upretttsli 49otrt. --o FRIDAY, SEPT. 1. EQUITY JURISDICTION. Before his Honor Mr. Justice Therry. NEW SAGISTYIATE. F. R. L. Rossi. Esq., took the usual oaths as a magistrate of the territory. HIUNTER V. O'HARA. In this case, Mr. Gordon moved upon notice for the productions of the books and papers scheduled, to the answer filed. Mr. Broadhurst followed on the same siue. The application was opposed by Mr. Michie, and his Honor reserved judgment. - CHRISTIE V. EALES AND OTHERS. This was a suit for an account of the principal and interest due under a mortgage deed, and for fore. closure in the event of non-payment. Mr. B3roadhurst appeared for the plaintiff, and Messrs. Dannelly and Dowling for the defendants. The evidence taken in the case was then read, subject to an objection by the defendants counsel (which. objection was to be decided on Thursday), and after hearing the arguments of counsel upon the evidence, his Honor reserved judgment. CHIVET AND OTHERS V. GOUG0H AND OTHKESS...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 September 1846

SILK II.\rs.-A writer in the Chemist says., " Men who constantly wear silk hats lose their hair much sooner than those who adhere to the use of beaver; and this will explain to many who have not been able to account for it, the reason of their be. coming prematurely bald, and not unfrequently experiencing very unpleasant sensations about the head. The fact that those who wear silk hats become bald earlier than others is well known to every one in the hat trade. A traveller for a large firm has been heard to say that he would eat every hair on the lied of a man who had worn a silk hat for ten years; meaning, of course, that such a person would be completely bald, The use of beaver hats is accordingly recommended, as very much superior to those made of silk. Tii " List of lbs RACE "- When thu Earl of Sunderland resigned office in the reign of Qoeeg Anne, the Queen offered him a pension of £3000 a-year; but the Earl replied, that if he could not have the hoiqur to serve his country, he...

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NEW RULES OF COURT. In the Supreme Court of New South Wales. Wednesday, the 2nd day of September. A. D. 1846. DESPATCH OF BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 September 1846

NEW RULES OF COURT. In the Supreme Court of New South Wales. Wednesday, the 2nd day of September, A. D. 1816. DESPATCH OF DUUSIESS. 1. In a view to the disposal, before the Vacation, if possible, of the present accumulation of motions for New Trials, and other Banco business In the Term Paper, it is ordered that the Rules heretofore made, fixing the respective days for trying Causes, for the Session of Gaul Delivery at Sydniey, and the commencement and duration of the Terms be re pealed ; and the same are hereby repealed, and the fullowisg days and times appointed, in lieu thereof. GAOL DELIVERY AT*5YDNEY. 2. The next Sesaylon of Gaol Delivery, to Le hulden at Sydney, ilzull commetice. on Wednesday, the 7th day of October next; and be continued, if necessary, (to the exclusion of Appeals), to Sattir day, the 17th day of October. THE ENSUING TERM. 3.. The next or fourth Term shall commence on Monday, the 10th day of October, and end upon Thursday, the 10th day of November following. ...

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Sydney Markets. [CORRECTED UP TO LAST EVENING.] FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 5 September 1846

Sydcey LYMarkets. ( oaaeaCTo UP TO AaT HNYMNIxo.] FLOURf, wIIgB S, . . s 8.d. £...d. *tjri {net, ' 1atibs .... ...t 0 0 0 to 0 17 0 Ditto (seconds), ditto . .... .... 0 0 0 .. 0 10 0 Ditto(ration),tditto .... ... 0 13 0 .. 0.14 0 Boread, pYIbIout ... ... 0 0 4 .. 0 0 0 tItlatuAt (fitse, ct .... ...* 0 0 0 .. 1 2 0 Ditto (second), ditto .... ... 0.18 0 .. 1 0 0 Hay, jý tol .... .... .... 6 10 0. .. 10 0 0 Ditto(retail), lirow. 0... 0 0 0 .. U 11 0 WYhoat Straw, l cwt. .... .... 0 4 0 .. 0 0 0 Fodder,lerdoge.... .... .... 0 0 8 .. 0 0.1) BIedding, per ,load ... .... .... 0 3-0 6 . 0 7. 0 Wheat, Colonial, 1 bushel .. 0 0 0 .. 0 7 0 Barley, ditto .... .... 0 0 0 .. U 0 0 Ditto,Cape,dittt.... .... .... 0 0 0 .. 0 0 0 Oats, iP bushel (wholesale) ".... 0 4 0 .. 0 4 6 Ditto, ditto (retail)... .... .... 0 t) 0. . O t Miaze.ditto(wht~Iosate) . ... 0 4 .0 .. 0 4 3 Ditto,ditto(retail).... .... .... 0 4 8 .. 0 3 0 Brtu, P bushel . ... 0 1 3 .. 0 1 0 t- IUTCUEtR'S MIl.VT. Beef, ourcap, per lb . ....

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