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VESSELS LAID ON FOR SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 December 1843
VESSELS LAID ON FOR SYDNEY. FROM LONDON. Adeo,, Waddell, 422 tons, August 1 Adrastus, 360 tons, Chaplain, June 30 Andromeda, 4^8 tons, Sutton, July 20 Buccephalus, 657 tors, Small, August 2 Claedonia, 403 tons, Liddell, July 6 Cremona, 400 tons, Bully, August 1 General Hewitt, 950 tons, Hart, July 20 Ganges, 450 tons, Macdonald, July 30 Sultana, 374 tons, Lyell, July 31 Hamlet, barque, 349 tons. Wilson PROM LIVERPOOL Columbian, barque, 290 tons, Wakaso, July 31 South Stockton, brig,-July 30 FROM HOBART TOWN. Waterlily, schooner, 155 tons, Hayle Comet, schooner, 112 tons, Cook East London, barque Psyche, barque Triton, missionary schooner Tobago, brig FROM LAUNCESTON. " Dawosons, brig, 277 tons, Corder Union, brig, 155 toss, Grainger FROMI NEW ZEALAND. Ariel, schooner, Diborah, schooner Lunar, brig Oratava,schooner Scotia, schooner Vanguard, schooner
HIGH WATER IN SYDNEY COVE. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 December 1843
H1UH WATER IN SYDNEY COVE. S2 mini. p.6 morning 1 60 min. p;6 evening .rusuouinow .14 min. p.6 morning ai38 min. p. 0 evening MZONDAY. 52 mii. p 6 morning 0 i6 min. p. ? evening TUIISSAY . 30 min. p. 7 morning I -D4 min. p..7 oveuiug 8 min. p. 8 morninig I 42 mi. p.8 evening i6 min. p..9 morning I .30 min. p.9 evening .FSi DO T. .51 min p.0 morning I iS min. p.10 eveling Sun rises this doy 67 min. p. 4: nlis 3 min. p. 7. Full Moon,. ith, 0 mis. post 10 .morning.
Sydney Markets. DECEMBER 2, 1843. FLOUR, WHEAT, '&c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 December 1843
jaity 15tf itret0, DECEMBER 2, 1843. FLOUR, WHEAT,'&o. Barker's Mills:--, Van Diemen's Land dittods Fine Flour, RIo l 100lbs, Od to 4s 6d per Bushel Scasi cash Is Maize, Colonial, Is 3d to Is 6d Seconds, las, cash 9s Ireatol, 2s Bread 3d to Od per 21b loaf Bran, Is 24 to is 4d per bush. Fi'ne Miscast, 2Os per oct. Barley, ia Gdl to 2s Bildidtto Secand ditto, lOs pitt Barley, Cape. Is 8d to as 0d SynyCmpn'~il: ditto 1 Fine Flour" 1001bs, Oats, is Gd to Is 9d, retall, cash 10s 2 Od to sa 6d Second,, lOs, caosh On ay, £l lOs to £5 Os per ton Rataion, £0, caish £8 Wheat otraw,Uoldtols ld'per Valparaiso ditto £8 ewt Colonial Wheat,3s Od to 4s Gd Grass, wholesale,5d to Od per per bushel doz. bundles, retail, 8d FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. Oranges, Od to ls Gd per doz Silver Beets, Gd per bundle Loquat., Sd per quart Potatoes, new, V. D. L., 7s to Guava,, sa per cwt, or lid per lb Lisbon lemoos,l Oid to is 04 i-, Colonial 3a Gd to bo per dozen, Cabbaoges, 1 to Gd ecah Common d, 2d to8 3d...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 December 1843
*V)tp tllQ fintelltgi ue. . IARRIVALS. Nov. 29.-From PortNicholsoa, via Cloudy Day, having left ihl former on 'tie17ith, and the latter on the I8thinstant.'the schooner.Lady Leigh, 118 tons,. Cuthbert, in ballast. , ;. , , 30,-From :Batavia via Port Phillip having left thes former the 4h Oeober;" and the fatter the 23rd instant, the schooner 'Mrinford. 168 tons, Morrison, with sugar,: &c. Passengers-Mesers.. Hughes, Cardell, Broderick Whitfield and Pattisois. Dec. 1:-From Hobart fhwn having sailed on the 22nd uilt. the schoonerTTioted 120 tons, Buck, with merehandise. Passenger.-Henry Sutton. Captain, agent. 1.-From Port Phillip and Launceston, leaving the former place on the 24th, and the latter on the 28th tilt., the steamer Shamrock, 200 tons, Gilmore, with merchandise. Passengers-from Port Phillip, Messrs. Fowler, Stephenson, Jamieson, Stenhouse, Robinson, 'irood, and Robinson; Miss S. C. Lumber, Mrs. May and daughter, 'Mime Dutton, and Misst Browno; from Launceston, Mes...
INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 December 1843
JNSOLVIENCI'Y 'BUSINESS. NOW INSUSlVENT4. The following schedules were filed on Thursday, viZ. Richard Lamb, of George.street, Sydney, jeweller, on petition and affidavits no schedule Bled. William Samuel Makin, of Wollongong, settler t Debts, 765 5s 6d. Assets-personal property, 64 10s; balance deficiency, 691 156 6d. Edward Cox, of Bathutat, gentleman : Debts, 19501. Assets - permunal property, 17001 ; outstanding debts, 1704; balance dIncaecy, 801. James Bloodsworth, of O*Connell-street, Sydney, and of Dabee, near Mudgee, settler a Debts, 17441 4s. Assets-landed property, 1001; personal property, 12761 ; outstanding debts, 191 ; balancu deficiency, 8601. NERTINOB Poe TO*DAY. Robert Tod, a third meeting, at ten o'clock. G. II. Gibbons, a third meeting, at half past ten. George Dent,sa special meeting, at eleven. Thomas Greenwell, a special meeting, at half-past eleven., J. T. Hughes, an adjourned second meeting, at balf. past eleven. Alfred Skinner, a special meeting, also at half...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 December 1843
AG EN 'l'. O UR. respected friend Mr. JAMEs M'A AUSTER, having kindly under taken the Agency of the " Morning Chronicle" in the districts of Campbell town, Appin. Cowpasture, Camden, Pic ton, lied flnk, nod the Oakes, our Subscribers are accordingly requestod to pay him their respective accounts. Mr. J. BULLEN having kindly un dertaken the Agency of the " Chro. ,icle" in the Port Phillip district, our Snbscribers in that quarter, especially ,those in aurrear, are requested forthwith to settle their accounts with him. "'Ohronicle" Office, Nov. 9, 1843. NOTICE TO AGENT'S. T i1O- R whose nuamnes appeared in the imprint of the late " Austral asian Ulhroniclo," as duly accredited Agents, are requested, and 'hereby .authorieod, to.collect all Accounts due, 'in their respective distriots, 'to 'The Morning -srouacleo," frosm the 1st of 'October instant. M-Ra 'FtHOMAS HIGGtNs is astherised 'to collect the accounts for Sydney, and he will give receipts, sigued lby M-. MICHApEL D'Aucv, the I'u...
CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, DECEMBER, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 December 1843
CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, DECEMBER, 1843. 2. 8. S. tRtblima,vlegla, martvr~somldouble 1. 8. lst Sunday of Advent. somidouble 14. At. S. Peter Chwvanopus, bishop, doctor, double 6. T. 8 Francis Xavier, confessor double, first class, with an octave (from Ord), day of devotion 6. W. S. Nicolos, bishop, confessor, double, fast day I 7. T'h. S. Ambroso, bishop, doctor, double 8. F. Conception of 11 V. Mary. double, second. class, with an octave, M.At day, day of devotion 0 S. Of the Octave, semldosble 10. S. 2nd 'uiday of Advent semidouble - 11. at. S. D1)asuaan, Pope confessor, scoilloublo 12. T. Ii o the Octave, oeeidsobl 13. 'W. " 1.ucy,-virgio, saetyr,'dohl,.foast day 14, Tb. Of1, clte 'ove, aemidoulde 05. F. Octave day, double; feat day 17 S. S. lu. ins, bishop, oartyr, deeradouble 17. S. 3rd Sunday of' Advent, s''midoublo 18. A1. P.pectatlla of U. V. Mary, greater double 19 T Fella 20. V. terla. Ember day, fast day 21. Th. S. Thomas, apostle, double, second class,.Ifeast of ,devotlaon 22...
GREAT REPEAL DEMONSTRATION IN DUNDALK. PUBLIC DINNER TO THE LIBERATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 December 1843
.GREAT REPEAL DEMONSTRATION IN - DUNDALK. PUBLIC DINNER TO THE LIBERATOR. iLFrom the Weekly Freeman's Journal, June 24,1843 1 The independent and patriotic men of Louth met this day in bundreds of thousands, to join their voicesin the inspiriting cryl which now pervades the land from one extremity to the other-for the restora tion of the parliament of Ireland. It is utterly im* possible to convey even a faint idea of the glorious and spirit-stirring scene that was enacted .on the occasion, or adequately to pourtray the enthusiasm, the determination to succeed in effecting the mighty objects which they assembled to advance, that ant. mated the seen' who participated in this truly great demonstration. They seemed resolved to emulate the deeds of their countrymen in other.parts of the kingdom, and to prove to the world that, despite of' threats or coercion, they were resolved to struggle for the liberties of old Ireland. If such were their pur. pose, they fully succeeded (in their effo...
Legislative Council. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28. The SPEAKER took the chair at the usual hour PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 December 1843
L,@gigIaitbtle QttuW tl. -0 TUESDAY, NovnaEaR 28. The SPEAgaa took the chair it the usual hour. AnlIRAMATTA. Mr. Mciansrra presented a petition from a cumber of the inhabitants of Parramatta, praying that the clause of the Sydney Police Act, imposing a penalty on parties driving cabcle through the streets during the day, might be extended to Par. famatta. The petition was -read, and ordered to be received. WHEAT. Mr. Pawiow presented a petition from certain agriculturists in the district of Wilberforce, setting forth that the petitioners were laboring under great -distress in consequence -of the low price of wheat, which the petitioners attributed in great measure to the large importation of grain from Van Diemen's Land, and praying the council to devise some means to relieve them. The petition was-read and ordered to be received. GBELONG.-'POLICE MAGISTRATE. Dr. NIcHOLSON presented a petition from the.in* habitants of the town and district of Geelong, pray ing that the oillce-of;Po...
THE MORNING CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 December 1843
THE MORNING CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, DRCEMBER "2, 1848. Sfl j ust and fear nots het sit the ends itouw aim'st at be thy 'eountrea. Thy God's, and truth's." 4.Aukspeare.; "THE UNEMPLOYED OPERATIVES. WE have read, with a painful emotion, which we have not language to express, the report of the Select Committee of the Le gislative Council, on the petition of the distressed mechanics and labourers in Sydney. Who, that has a heart in his bosom, or possessesethe common -feelings of humanity, does not deeply sympathize with these most ingenious, valuable, laborious, but now suffering .people? And suffering too, not through any fault of theirs; not through idleness; not through extravagance; not 'through vice ; but solely through circumstances which they could not foresee, and against which .they could not guard; circumstances arising from the faults, or mismanagement, or ignorance, (perhaps all three,) of those in whose bands sthe destiny.of the colony was placed. The~report itself, in perspic...
GREAT REPEAL DEMONSTRATION IN DUNDALK. (Continued from our fourth page.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 December 1843
GREAT REPEAL DEMONSTRATION IN DUNDALK. -o (Continued from our fourth pog..) . The Liberator rose and said-The majestic scene -the awfully majestic scene which we witnessed to-day-the crowded myriads-the thousands upon thousands of rational and deternined men-the steadinessawith which they accumulated-the facili tiet with 'which they pass' through 'your' crowded streets-each respectijo ihe other, add accommo dating 'him-the, quietude that: spoketemphatically even by its silence, and the ardent, enthusiasm, bordering upon rashness, 'with which they would have been pat into more active' motion if desired all 'that scene, it 'seems, 'has-operated'upon 'the mind of tay fdiend, reyn Stee, onily to'eacite? his risible faculties, and accordingly he has led you a wild'gooee chase 'iite the regions 'f'Castle'uidicule '(hear, anda laughter). ;Now lithas had qu ite ardif forent elect upon me; it has Gled me,with serious ness, approaching to sadness; it has made an awfek kimpression on my mind i...
THE "PFANDBRIEFE." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 December 1843
THE " PFANDBRIEFE." A topic of much public interest is forced upon our notice of which we do not profess to te masters, nor entirely to understand in all its bearings; and before we gave our opinion on the PFANDBRIEFE project, We (sought enlightenment on the subject from those who ought to have studied, and who as Journalists have discussed it: but we sought in vain: instead of argument or rea soning, we have seen a running fire of gibe, sarcasm, pun and other small wit poured out against the Bill of the Hon. Member for Durham.: his Pfandbriefc has been call ed Sand-hriefe and .Wind-briefe, and his Bill altogether Windier than it should be,' &c. &c. But we beg to ask these very witty gen tlemen, is ridicule argument ? Is a gibe, reason? Is a pun, proof? These teachers of public Wisdom-these doctors who seem to have graduated in some unknown school of political economy, why do they not give us.a better recipe? Is Itheir skill exhaust ed ? Have they no pill or bolus to...
Legislative Council. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 December 1843
uegi0latitle (Council. WEDNESDAY, Novasmnass 29. The SPEAKER took the chair some time after half past three, until which time the number of members present did not constitute a quorum, which had oc casioned the Speaker to animadvert upon the nrn punctuality which lind, for a considerable time past, characterized the meetings of the house. IEiRIRIMA GAOL. Mr. TERmy presented a petition from certain in habitants of Berrima, expressive of regret that the military guard at tite gaol in that district, should have been withdrawn, and praying for its restoration. The petition was read and ordered to be received. BRISBANE, BiLIGH, AND HUNTER. Mir. WnNanavan presented a petition from the clergy, landowners, and other inhabitants, electors of Brisbane, Bligh, and Hunter, praying that the Macdonald and Colo Rivers district may be united with the county of Coos, ao as to form an electoral district for the return of a member to the Legislatise Council. The petition was read and ordered to be rec...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 December 1843
"The Morning Chronicle" is published twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South Wales, Van Diemen's Land, Saoath Ausiralia, New Zealand, and India; and in England. Scotland, and Ireland.-' The Quarters end on ihe 31st March, 30th June, 30th September, and 31st December; at which periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, after paying the amount due.-Advertisers should mark on each advertisement' the number qf insertions required; otherwise they are continued till countermanded. Orders to discontinue or alter advertisements must be sent in before six o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday; but new advertisements are received tilt eit o'clock on the evening before publication.s-Alt instructions must be given in writing, and all letters postpaid. PUBLIC NOTICE. ,WILIAIIA JONES, 11,ETTERd jPaRES AMi D C @PPER-PL BTS PUIilTEIR, de., &o, COLONNADE, BRIDGE STREET, SYDNEY, RDVSPECTFULLY takes leave to aILB ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1843
AGENTS FOR Trin CHRONIasI4E. Patterson, Mr. J. O'Sullivan. Parramatta, Mr. Reynolds ' Port Phillip, Mr. J. Bullen Wolloogong, Mr. Edward Corrigoq Bathurst, Mr. It. Jones Goulburn, Mr. Henry Thompson Hobart Town, Mr. John Legan Hokianga, Mr. T. Poynton Maitland, Mr. Dee Mudgee, Mr. E. Sampson Campbelltown, &p., Mr. M'Allater' Windsor, Mr. James Cassidy Penrith, Mr. James M'Carshy Jerry's Plains, Mr. J.J. Harpur Bungonla, Mlr. Edward Hughes Wollombi. Mr. Michael Byrne Published in the United Kingdom by Mr, Jones, 63, Paternoster-row, London Mr. W. J. lattersby, 6, Essex.bridgo, Parlia. ment.street, Dublin. Sydnev IPrinted and Publishette v MILOt iAL D AROY,of Brldgo.etrect, at the Citroulclao Ulle?, Drldoge.treet.
JOHN TEMPLETON, BY THE SHIP "BAROSSA." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 December 1843
JOSHN TEMPLaTON, B? THIl SHIP " nAROSBA." His Excellency the Governor diceets it to be notified that the right honorable the Seeretary of State for the colonies has intimated, in a despatch, dated 28th May, 1843, No. 79, that John Templeton, who was convicted at Edinburgh, in January, 1838, and sent to Now South Wales, in the ship Barosss, was sentenced to seven, and not to fourteen years transportation, as erroneously stated in the Indent. Description-John Templeton, per Barossa; year of arrival, 1839; native place, Edinburgh ; trade or calling, tailor; age, 27 years ; height, 5 feet 2 inches; complexion, ruddy; hair, brown ; eyes, hazel. Was assigned to Major Fraser, of Blroulee, on 24th April, 1841, whose residence, or that of the prisoner, is not at present knowo.