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Legislative Council. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11. The SPEAKER took the chair at the usual hour. EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 October 1843
?t?egf iat. be U lounc il., lVEDNEsDAY, OCTonERn 11. The SPOAEtE took the chair at the usual hour. EDUOATION. Mr. MACArnTRu presented a petition from four hundred and fifteen of the clergymen and laymen of the Church of England in and about,Parramatta, praying that the council would not adopt the resolu. tions proposed by the reverend member for Port Phillip. The petition was read and received. SMr. LAwoow presented a simnilar petition, signed by forty-four of the clergy and laity resident in the district cf Prospect. Petition read and received. Mlr. Cowmas presented a similar petition from the inhabitants of Sydney and its neighbourhood with 4501 signatures attached, which, together with the petitions already received by the house, amounted to a total of 6962 petitioners against the resolutions which were about to be brought under the consider. ation of the house by the honorable and learned member for Port Phillip. The Petition was read and received. GOVEIrlh'rR'S SALARY DILL. ,Mr...
Government Gazette. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10. IMPOUNDED. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 October 1843
toben?tmne~t 4QGaette. -0 TussDnv, Omronan 10. IMPOUNDaD. At Carcoar, on- the 28th September-one red and white poley cow, branded R ML conjoined off ribs, off ear half off; one red bullock, white back, R E A D near ribs, blotched brand off rump and thigh; one black sided poley cow, white back, branded LN near rump, split near ear; one red heifer calf. unbranded; one red steer, white back, branded TF off rump and rib; one red sided cow, white' back, branded AT near rump, R off romp; one brindle cow, branded T, off rump, piece off near horn; one red and white cow, piece out of the front of the off ear, blotched brand near rump; one red and while cow, snail horns, brand not legible off ribs; one white heifer calf, not branded. It the above are not claimed on or or before the 23rd day of October, they will be sold. [18, ' At New Town, on the 30th September-one red heifer, white back and belly, JS milking side. If not released within 24 days, it will be sold. [9s. SAt Liverpool, on the 2...
INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10. (PROOF OF CLAIMS before the Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates). [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 October 1843
INSOLVIENCY' BUSINESS. ITUEDAY, OCTonan 10. (P'noot oN CLALIs before the Chief Commisasioner of Insolvent .I!states). In the estate of Edward Salamon, a third meeting was held, and the following claims were proved s the General Assurance Company, 1661 3s lid; J. II. Levien, 561 12s 8d ; G. Thorne, 231 5s: the estate of Foss and Lloyd, 121 17s Id; W. Long, 651 J9s; the Bank of Australasia, 1261 Os Id; L. Leon, 801; Montefiores, Breillat, and Co., 9161 6 ; the Bank of Australia, 221 18s 6d ; R Howl and Co., 781 5s 2d; the Bank of Australasia, 6781 Os 7d ; Betts and Panton, 671 8s 6d. An offer of 7s 6d in the pound was subsequently accepted, to be paid -Is in the pound cash, and 6s 6d by equal instal ments, at six, nine, twelve, and fifteen months, In the estate of Henry J. T. Shadforth, a third meeting was held, and the following claims proved: T. W. Smart, 3981 3sa; S. Lyons, 271 is Od; H. lHayes, 41 8S. In the estate of John Newsham, a third meeting was held, and the following claim...
THE CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 October 1843
TH E ClRONICLE. SATURDA.Y, OCTOBER 14, 1843. "Be just and fear not, Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's." Oekapeere. OUTRAGE OF, AND ON, THE ABORIGINES AT IORETON BAY. Tus accounts from the Moreton Bay District for several months past have been of the most painful and disastrous nature-the constant plundering by the black on the property of the white man--thi violence of the sable child of nature against the person and life of his reputedly superior brother of a, fairer cast-now and then the hunting end' rcttiog down of the aborogises by the military ih defience and in retaliation for the murders committed by them on the settlers and their servants. This is a dreadful state of things to contemplate. What is to bedonet Of course the property and the lives of British sub. jects must be protected ; but what- is the best, the cheapest, and the honestest way to effect this desire. able end 1 This is tie important question: for the considerationof theE...
Supreme Court. INSOLVENCY BUSINESS.—WEDNESDAY, OCT. 11. Before his Honor Mr. Justice Burton. CONFIRMATION OF TRUSTEES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 October 1843
?ttpre ne.routt. o-= [ INaOLVENCY'BUSINI55e.S?. DNKSDAY, Oar. 11. Ilefore hi. Honor Mr. Jiatoe Burton. CONFIRMATION OF TRUSTnIa. The Chief Commissioner moved that the elections of the following trustees be confrmed;, isr':. Estatesl, . , : . Trustoees. Maurice Magney ...... Jeremiah Ledsa n David Stolworthy .... Jeremiah Ledsam Henry Plain ....... William Brown Peter Hill Rapsay .... John Anlaby and J. S. . Hanson Henry Terry Sheldon .. Thomas Ware Smart and 'Samuel Lyons Macdonald and Airth srNebemiab Lundle The confirmation of the following provisional trustees was also moved for, and ordered by the Court- Estatae. Proeisiooal Trustees Ann Batker.......... John Hall Daniel Parsons Grove.. Thomas Trooed Archibald Moasman.... Robert Thomson John Mulvey .......; Edward Bennett Daniel Egan ....... John Kettle - Hannah Bateman....,. William Toogood arah Lowe .......... Thomas' Walford and Thomas Rudd F. Mitchell and Oo... T. C. Briellat aRtlRAs OF AN aTATIB PaOM eaQUBITRATIONo The Chie...
CHAPLAINS TO THE WOOLLOOMOOLOO GAOL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 October 1843
RCHALAINB TO THI WOOLLOOMOOLOO GAOL. In the.debate on this item of the public expendi. tore, there seemed to be some want of information as to the extent of the duties performed by the Chap lains. The members of Council appeared to us to think that the "Chaplains" had only to perform Divine Service in the Gaol alone. If the case were really so, we should say at once that £200 for each would be too high a stipend. But as we happen to -know a good deal about prisons, and prisoners, we beg to set the matter right to the public eye. When the old Council appropriated £200 each for a Pro testant and Remosn Catholic Chaplain, it was well understood that these Chaplains were to have no other stipend, and they were to attend to the spiritual wants and instruction of all the prisoners in and about Sydney. And we can certify for the Roman Catholic Chaplain that this attendance is given, and we believe tlat the Protestant Chaplain does the same. hence, the Catholic Chaplain has weekly to attend...
Irish Intelligence. (Dublin, May 10) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 October 1843
S 1rtIiJ3 Intclligtcte. (Dublin, May 10) The following report of the speech of Dr. H iggins, at the Mullingar Repeal dinner, appears in the Freeman's Journal" of the above date.. The health of the Right.Rov. Dr. Higgins, Bishop of Ardagh, and the Roman Catholic hierarchy of Ireland, hav. ing been proposed, and drunk with the most enthu siastic applause, the Bishop rose, and, when the cheering with which he was teceived had subsided, proceeded to say-" My Lord and Gentlemen a Any claims to. notice or respect which that body, of whom I stand.bere a very humble and very unworthy representative, may possess, has been so emphati Cally, and so clearly, and, by my own humiliation, so partially dwelt upon by the.Liberator of Ireland, and other speakers who have addressed you, that I feel I may totally dispense with any portion of their merits. Yet thereis one point which, I believe, in delicacy- to some. members of our body has been omitted, hut which I feel it my duly to mention, the conne...
Legislative Council. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10. The SPEAKER look the chair at the usual hour. RETURNS. BANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 October 1843
Rcgi0latibe (Council. -o TUESDAY, OCTOBEn 10. The SPEASE tlook the chair at the usual hour. RETURNS. BANKS. The Cot. SacaarTAY laid upon the table of the house a further return of the amount of deposits received by the Bank of Australia up to the let of January, 1841, as moved for by the hon. member for Sydney. r ydney. WATR POLICE. The CoL. SEcanTAiR also laid upon the table two rtturns moved for by the'hon. member for Sydney relative to the Water Police Act. CROWN LANDS. The Cot. SmcnsrAnv also laid upon the table a return moved for by the hon. member for Port Phil. lip, of the annual amount of fees received by the commissioners of crown lands, with the abstract of the half yearly return from July to December, 1842. DISTRICT -COUNCILS. Mr. BowMsN rose, in pursuance of the notice which he bad given, to move that this council do take into consideration the petition from the inhabit ants of Campbelhtown, -praying that that town may not be included with the townships of Camden and Pic...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 October 1843
fibCLttact of catie bj 2lucttott Advertised In this paper, which take place before our neat publication, THIS DAY. lir. Stubbs, at Mart, at 11, merchandise, &c.; landed property and stock. IMONDAY. '"'ir. Stubbs, on the premises, at II, stock in trade of Mr. Wedderburn. TUESDAY. Mr. Stubbs, at the new cattle market, at 11, horse stock, mares, horned cattle; at the mart, at 12, one third share in William the Fourth, steamer. GRAND TEETOTAL FESTIVALI ON MONDAY EVENING, October the 16th, 1843, a GRAND AND AsstsNo FsaTIVAL will be held at the Old Court House, Castlereagh.street, For the Benefit of St. Patrick's Band. In announcing to the public'this night's attractions, we beg also to assert that it will be under the most distinguished patronage of HISEXCELLENOY SIR MAURIC E O'CONNELL, KIC.D. HI8 GRACE ARCHDISHOP POLDING. HON. E. DEA8S THOMSON,COLONIAL SECRETARY. SIR JAMES DOWLING, CHIEF JUSTICE; HIS HONOR JUDGE STEPHEN; THE ATTORNEY. GENERAL, M.0.; ROGER THERIIRY, ESQ., M.0.; T...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 October 1843
SThe Morning Chronicle" is published twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South W'ales, Van Dlemnen's Land, South Australia, New Zealand, and India; and in England, Scotland, and Ireland.- The Quarters end on the 31st March, 30th June, 30th Seltember, and 31st December; at whicl periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, after paying the amount due. -Advertlsqrs should mark on each advertisement the number of insertions required; otherwise they are continued till countermanded. Order1 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 till six o'clock on the evening before publication.-All instructions must be given in writing, and all letters postaid. NO 0TIC E. rT HE IUSIN ESS of the untder l signed, at Goolburn, as Auctioneer and Ge. Ueral Storekeeper, will in future be carried on by ,the firm of Hull and Woodward,...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 October 1843
fMn. EDITORn-In your last paper, or first new -' lilorning Chronicle," appeared a few lines on " MarsaRge," describing rather ludicrously the accidents of that state of life. To say the least of it, it is unphilosophical, and in fairness should be balanced-,~ith the contrary circumstances. The following French. poetry will please your numerous French readers. In both cases they, 'hl ever, but describe the accidents only of a state of )ife whose essence and 'happiness consists in fulfilling God's will in VIRTUOUs INDPEaNDENOr . LE MONTAGNARD EMIGRE. PAR MONSIBUR DB CEATrAUsnaAND, Comblen 'al douce souvenance Du joli lteu, de ma naissance, Mn smur, qu'ils etalent beaux ces ours De France, Mon pays, sols mes amours Toujours. Te souvient t1 qua notre msro An foyer de notre chaumtere Noun pressoit sur son caurJoyeur, Et nous batsons ses blancs choveux Tons deux. Ma samur to souviet-til encore Du chateau que bagnalt la Dsorse, 1t de cotte tout vieille tour Du More, Oua rlnrain sonnalt le ...
To the Editor of the Morning Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 October 1843
To the Editor of the. Morning Chronicle. SrR-Perceivinog by your leading article of Wed nesday last that the " Australasian Chronicle" has ceased to exist, and has bequeathed its proud privi lege of advocating the cause of civil and religious liberty to the " Morning Chronicle," I cannot re frain from expressing a hope that the incipient efforts of your new journal will meet with that support from the numerous friends of its predecessor, to which its high character and standing in this colony so fully entitle it. Irishmen, particularly, are called upon, by every principle both of justice and expediency, to further the interests of this, I believe, the sole fearless and unflinching advocate of their .rights in New South Wales. The" Australasias Chronicle," from the commencement of its career, ever proved itself the zealous defender of the liberties of that loved, though distant, isle. The "' Morning Chronicle" has pledged itself likewise to raise its voice, in union with millions of ...
Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 October 1843
t?liral I o eorw FpollDelle e. -- Mr. Editor - I beg to hand you the proceedings of the Long Shot Committee on the 24th ultimo. Your obedient servant, Short Pop, Secretary. Long Shot Office, Campbelltown. Sept. 24, 1843. Aifter Cnishla Macrubemup, Esq., had taken the chair, the business of the'day commenced before a full committee, when Mr. Pepper moved that the secretary present ihe rough draft of the petition to his Escellincy the doverior, as ordered on the 201h The a?ereta y produce? the rough draft. Mr. Speakplain moved that the petition, be now read: carried. The Secretary read, the draft, which was as fol. lows, vie To Hi. Excellency Sir George Gippe, Captain General, Governor-in.Chief., &e., &c.. &c., the res, - pectful petition of ihe Long Shot Committee. I?UaaLT Snswava-That the want of a good level road, easy of access to and from the southern districts, has been for many years a great drawback to the welfare and general prosperity of the inhabi ta...
Government Gazette. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13. INSPECIORS OF DISTILLERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 October 1843
FRItDAY, OcToan, 13. INSParIORB OF DISTILLERIES. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. Burton D'Arcv. and Mr. Thomas WVat son, to be inspectors of distilleries in and for the ci'y of Sydney, under the provisions of the Act of the Governor and Council, 3 Victoria, No. 9. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint William Litchfield, chief constable, Port Macquarie, and Thomas Jones, chief constable, Bathurst, to Ie inspectors of distilleries in and for their respective distrlets, under the provisions of the above aet.
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 October 1843
DEPARTURES. OCroBER 74.-For Hobart Town, the brig Sir John Byng, Tallan, with sundries. Passengers ,laster Jacks, Ensign Freeman, twenty rank and file of the 80th regiment, and fifty-four prisoners of the crown. 14.-For Hobart Town, the schooner Ianrtderer, Bures, with cedar, &c. Passengera-Messrsa. Gihbb, Nelson, Nathan, Womersley, Stephens, Hume, Smith, Kelly, Shaw, Cotter, Gill, and Brownrigg. 15.-For Launceston, the brig Calypso, Harrold, with cedar, &c.
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 October 1843
TO COuRRESPONDENTS. We forget the amended communication alluded to bly J.. . We approve oppr somo" ports of his present "poetical rllif .ions'" but we have very little room for "Poautry," till the -sriots''"Proso" of the Council Is br6ught to a close. Iesitlus, it does not appear to us that any good would result from the publication of the intl?toumatory portion of J.KJswreres. We beg to be lelL entirely to use our own discretion in making extracts or publishiang coenmunications regarding the very tichliih subject of "l epul."'
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 October 1843
Loan NORBURY.--TIis judge oD the bench was a man who, it was said, scarce ever per mitted one grain of mercyv to he dropped into the scales ofjnstice while he held the balance. He would bully the criminal who pleaded for compassion; but, above all, while a wretched fellow-creature trembled before him on the verge of eternity, he would be facetious, flashing some miserable pun into the face of the doomed man ; and then glancing round to note an approval of his faint witticism among his auditors. Sometimes. he was called " Judge Bladder-chops," or the "Puffing Judge ;" sometimes he was the "Punning Judge ;" but oftener the " Hanging Judge." " Curran," said he, at a large dinner party, " is that hu7n beef before you 1" "No," answered Curran, in his shrill, fGle-like voice, "but let you only try it, and it soon will be." In fact, he was the judge who had presided over the trial of Robert Emmett, and whose conduct and words on the occasion have, with the assistance of the poor young enth...