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AUSTRALIAN UNITED TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 15 July 1846

AUSTRALIAN UNITED TOTAL ABSTINENCE -SOCIETY. The. monthly meeting of this society was lield in the theatre of the School of Arts on the evening of ,~.londay,'the.6th iastant. The Rev. Dr.' FULLx.aroN, the president, said we have assembled, ladies and gentlemen, on the present occasion to give our united estimony against the drinking: custonts of this comimunity- direct attention to the eyvil! arising from intemperance and warp men of, the pernicious consequepces which have invariably resulted from the,114bitual or daily use of intoxicating liquors, There are other gen tlemen who will address, you in the course of the evening'; but before calling on these I.beg leave to make a few observations respecting the advantages which are supposed to arise from the use of alcoholic liquors. This is a subject which is very imperfectly understood. by thse great mass of this community, Many of all classes seem to regard alcoholic liquors as a reniedy for all diseases: but it can be clearly and sa...

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DEPARTURE OF HIS EXCELLENCY SIR GEORGE GIPPS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 15 July 1846

DEPARTURE OF HIS EXCELLENCY SIR GEORGE GIPPS. Saturday last being the day fixed upon for the departure from this Colony of his Excellency Sir George Gipps, all the Government oflices were closed, and most of the Banks, together with many of the shops after eleven o'clock in the day. Shortly Iefore twelve o'clock, a guard of honour, consisting of fifty rank and file of the 11th regi ment with the band and Queen's coplour, proceeded to Government HIouse, where they remained until his Excellency left Government House for the Circu lar Wharf. A guard of honour, with the band and Queen's colour of the 99th regiment, under the comr Rnand of Captain Day, was stationed on the wharf, where it remained until his Excellency had embarked. One hundred rank and file of the I lth regiment, under the command of Lieutenant Colonel Bloom field; one hundred rank and file of the ,58th regi-. ment, under the command of Lieutenant Colonel Wynyard; and one hundred rank and file of the 99th regiment, Somma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 15 July 1846

STlte Sydney. Chronicle" is published twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New? South Wales, an Diemen's Land, South Australia, New eala?, nd, d India; and in Bn lan ndnd, Irnd.- uart ndon - 3 cr 30th June, 30th September, and 31st December; at woiech periods only subscribers cn, decline, receiving si bafter paying the amounts due .-Adertisers should mark on each adverticament. the itu o .. i w , andm arl lreqired; herws they t re constaid S discontinue or alter advertisements must be sent in before six oclock on the evenings of 2Tuesday and Frsday; but new advertisements are received till six o'clock on the' evening before publication.-Al ,isructions must be given in writing, and all letters post ido NOTICE. THE SUBSCRIBERS to this Paper,     and the Public in general, are respect-   iully informed, that the following rules will in future be strictly adhered to;— IN SYDNEY--The Subscription is Ten S...

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THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, 1846. THE ATROCIOUS ATTACKS OF THE PRESS ON OUR LATE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 15 July 1846

THE ;SYDi EY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 15,: 1846?? • THE ' ATROCIOUS .:'ATTACKS _ OF TH EF PRESS ON OUR .LATE GO `.VERNOR. wTlnk .ocesions are." few and far between" when duty enjoing, and still seldomer does inpliniation prompt us,'to take any-,direct ;public notice of the. writings-of our local .contemporaries. -On ,the momentous and Slamentable occasion of the secession of Sir George 'Gipps from the administratiow of -the Government, .and his final departure from the Colony, suoh a necesssity, however, .has arisen .for candid and unsparing ani .madversion on. some .of the, newspapers at" present in circulation, that , most willingly and ardently -.we proceed-to that faithful discharge of this imperious duty, which' our professions of religion, 'of loyalty, and of. patriotism demand, from :us as, Australian ,Journalists-a duty from. which love, of public and private virtue-regard :for the true liberty of the press-an ordinary sense ofjustice, and even,the common feelingsof lihuni...

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Supreme Court. FRIDAY, JULY 10. CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. Before his Honor Mr. Justice Therry. STEALING FROM THE PERSON. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 15 July 1846

FRIDAY, JULY 10, CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. Before his Honor .Mr. Justice Therry. SSTEALING FRON THE PERSON. Charles Jenkins was indicted for having on the 15th June last, stolen from the person of one David Thomas, the sumn of 8s. 9d. The jury found a verdict of guilty,,and the pri soner being an old offender was sentenced. to be transported for ten years. . COINING. William Sutton and Bridget Robinson were'in dicted for having on the 23rd of May last, utilati fully coined certain pieces of money, purporting, to be silver. Thejury returned a verdict of guilty, and Sutton was sentenced to be transported for seven years, and Robinson to be imprisoned in Parramatta gaol. HORSE STBEAfINO. John Healy was indicted for having on the 18:h December, 1845, at Liverpool, feloniously stolen one mare, or filJy, the property of one T'homas Ayling. Mr. Purefoy appeared for the prisoner. The- jury returned a verdict of not guilty, and the prisoner having been admonished by the judge, was discharged. L...

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CONCILIATION HALL. LOYAL NATIONAL REPEAL ASSOCIATION. [CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST.] [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 18 July 1846

CONCILIATION' HALL. ' LOYAL NATIONAL REPEAL 4SSOCIATION. (From the Weekly Freeman's Journal, Feb. 28.) a (contsrituED FIOM (OUS 'aASr;J Ms .M. J. Beisav next-came- forward. amid loud i cheers, and said-Sir, if I were in the habit of I obkindihg.'myself moae frequently than I am' ac. ; eustomed toi do:upon' your: meetings.,and of occu-' pying more of your time-and attention than I have 1 done, I should not feel that "I: owed any apology for I Addressing you toeday. I: am. not deterred from doing so even' by' the' able speeches-of those who I have preceded 'me, I. could not be deterred from doiagso;hy a a .'eonsideration; A- 'great peril hass corme upon us.' ' A solemn warning must be sent throuiglhout, the land, and the humblest voice that ,an` be raised to' swell that warning will not: be t raised in vain.' The fellest, the most traitorous I ow1i, that has ever been raised by 'practised' des. potism against human:liberty, is aimed at yours by the measure which you' Jure; to-day befo...

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CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 18 July 1846

CATTLE 'TMlRKET. 3Tit~ci Cows--Klot consisting of 21 bead: were of bred for sale; but withdrawn, 2 per head being only ofibred for ilem. Hoases-No sales e!Teeted. Far Paos.-None. Sucoil io Pros-32 sold at 2s. to02s. GdO each.

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CAMPBELL STREET MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 18 July 1846

C*i\MP"Er.r STIhEK1 MARKT. HAY-54 lQads were, sold at this market, at £8 l0s. tc.;£9 10s. per tor. STRAW-23 loads realised. £3. 1Os.to £4 a to. ronooa-l8 loads. sold at 8d. to JOd. per dozen. BSD1anm.-13loads sold at, s, d to fl.pperload. .W uaATr-13 loads realisedeis. Od ,to Os. per bushel. .,

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 18 July 1846

Sitpplitu 1tictell ji Ceit '' -0- '!ARRIVALS. July 14-Essingtoi, brig, 123 tons, Captain Mils. from Port Fairy, the.9th instant. Passengers -Messrs. Woodward, Roche, Mitchell, Chartel, and Waite. 14-Rajah, barque, 353 tons, Captain Ferguson, from Hobart Town. the 9th instant. ~ Passengers Messrs. John Howe, G. Sinclair, G. V. Sinclair, J. E. Addison, and Patrick Tracey. 14_--Adelaide, brig, returned to port through stress of weather. 15-Avyustus,barque, returned to port, through stress of weather. 1t3-Ariel, .schooner,.73 tons, Captain Sturgeon, from New Caledonia the 24th Juse. DEPARTURES.. July 15-C&eisguear, French barque, Cap&.ain Gravereau, for Havre. Passenger -Monsieur Devauchel. 16-Ocean, American barque, Captain Almy, for the Whaling Grounds. CLEA ANC . 10-Mary, barque, Captain ..evens, for, Port Nicholson, via Twofold Boy, in ballast. Thie Ariel spoke the whaler Pxckliuigion on the I 3rd July; with 33 tuina black oil anl 6 tuns sperm reported hading spoken ...

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GEORGE STREET MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 18 July 1846

GEO9GE.aTHtwrT Mt ftIKT. SAT.r]BuTraa--33..evt.,of salt2butter sold at is. Id. to Is. 3d., per lb.:..,,; FFeasie BbTTERa-235 lbs. sold atis. Od. to 2s. per lb.~. 4 oo e b B~ce -33 cwt. of ba5con sold at 4.t d e'b T aPu-192lbss. old at 5d. to ld. Ir 11 i .CHEasaENo sales to report, and no variation in prie , being c d. to 5d wholesale. FowuLsY loads of fowls were sold during tih week4J sisolpsale,,at Is. 6d to Is. 8d, per pair. Owing to the late rains and the recent importa. tions from Vhn Diemen's Land,'the price of wheat and tlotr lias considerably fallen diring the laIst few days. In rum and brindy very little business is doing, and the market is well supplied from the distilleries. There hais been no advance in the pricL, but rather a slight tendency downwards. ' '

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 18 July 1846

ENGLISH NEWS. *Intelligence from England has been re ceived via India and Launceston, to the 24th March.. The only paper of that date which ar rived was forwarded to.the Herald. The Government were importing maize on their own account Ior. the use of Ireland. The Tariff Bill was still in the House of Commons, and the Protectionists were. de bating eveiy item of it, but Sir Robert carried them by large majorities. Sir Charles -Fitzroy had not embarked on the 21st' of March, sbo that some time longer will'h elapse before he arrives in this Colony. - .. The Oregon question was not settled as previously reported, but the Americans were becoming less extravagant in their demands. The London Atlas severely condemned the conduct of Lord Stanley towards Van Diemen's Land. Distress in England was very great. In Ireland famine and fever had made their appearance, and many persons in Cork were in a state of starvation. Mr. Watson's Bill for repealing certain statutes against Catholics, still i...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 18 July 1846

Vatr('etes. -0 SINGU.AR SEa FsoGHrr-On board the Peacock they witnessed a sea fight between a whale and-one of its many enemies. The sea was quite smooth, and afforded the best possible view of the whole combat. First, at a distance from the ship, a whale was seen floundering in a most extraordriaryway, lashing the smooth sea into a perfect.foam; and endeavouring apparently to extricate himself from some annoyance. As he approached the ship, the struggle continuing and becoming more violent, it was perceived that a fish, apparently about twepty feet long, held him by the jaw, his contortjons,. spouting, and throes, all betokening the agony of the huge monster. The whale now threw. hiamself at full length from the water, with open mouth; Ihis pursuer still hanging to the jaw, the blood issuing from the wound and dying the sea. to a distance around; but all his flounderings were of no avail his pertinacious enemy still maintained hii hold, aid was evidenily getting the advantage of hi...

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 15. INSOLVENCY JURISDICTION. Before his Honor Mr. Justice Dickinson. PLANS OF DISTRIBUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 18 July 1846

WEDNESDAY, JULY .15, INSOLVENCY JURISDICTION. Before his Honor Air. Justice Dickinson. PLANS OF DISTRIBUTION. The following plans of distribution were con firmed by the Court;-In the estate of T. Chaplin Breillat, a first dividend of 8s. 6d. in the pound; in the estate of John Marshall. deceased, a second dividend of 2s. in the pound; in the estate of Hughes and Hosking, a plan of distribiution for the payment of th6 preferable claims only. ESTATE OF JOHN DILLON. In this estate Mr. Dillon, moved on his own aflidavit, and with the consent of the official as signee, that it be released from sequestration, and there being no oppositionr;the motion was granted. The Court then adjourned. THURSDAY, JULY 16. CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. Before their Honors the three Judges. THE QUEEN V. W. J. STEINSON. Mr. Justice Dikkinson, before whom the above named prisoner had been tried and by whom lie had been sentenced to fifteen years transportation said, he believed that Mr. Purefoy had some motion to ...

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Sydney Markets. [CORRECTED UP TO LAST EVENING.] FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 18 July 1846

:s y rz lay .e:(L' etS. COOittKOrdtD UP TO LAST Sty.1 INIG.J 9 v,. d. S.. >1 !,,tri(l t-1;,I lttIhis ... .... e 0 0 to I it) 0 Ditto (socon ls), ditto .... ..... Ii .. 'n I5' I Ditto(retl'i), ditto .... .... 0 I3, .. LI l ,Q Licid, P 2lbloar .. .... 0 .0 4 .. 1 1I0 Biscuit (tfne), {P' owt. 0I . " '1. I `0 Ditto (seaond), ditto ... .... 0 0 0 I. 1I MAY, IPton .... .... ..... 8. 0 0 . 1 0o Dttto(retail),''owl. .... .... 1) 0 .. ' 110 Wheat Straw, {9' OwL . ... .. 0 3 6 .. 0 4 u Fodder,perdozen.... ... ... O0 8 tI 13 Bedding,per load .... ... ... 0 4 68.. 0 ii Wrueat, Colouiil, 'iP bushel .... 0 6 0 `.. ' 1 irleyuiltto ..:. ... *... 0 4 U .. I , 6 Ditto, Cape, ditto .. .... .0 0 LI ... O. a ' (lots, W basiel (wholesaie) .... 0 4 0 LI 4 6 Ditto, .i1o (re.tail).... .... ... I I) 1 U I I Mele,4tduto(waovleaale) ...0 4 LI 5 LI litto, d111 io(i ntil). ..4. ... 0' ' 6 ..' A 6 Bran, (y busnel .... I L .. 0' 1 '2 HtUTCHIER'S MElA'. -s Beet, carcas, per lb .... . 0 i0 0 L, 0 0 lJirto,per jos...

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CHARNWOOD FOREST IN 1845. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 18 July 1846

CHARNWOOD FOREST IN 1845. (From the Atheneum.) The inclosure of this forest of Leicestershire has by no means taken away its poetical or historic in terest; and the mineralogist and antiquarian, the botanist and the churchman, may still roam over it with unabated enthusiasm; though the plough and trim fence have invaded its glens, and though the smoking obelisks, raised by utilitarian enterprise, are seen from its lonely summits. From Ashby, nearly to Leicester, stretches a long irregular lime, stone ridge across the great plane of Leicestershire, for nearly twenty miles east and west, whilst its spires and combos run away north and south to a breadth of from six to ten; and the western extre mity of Charnwood is terminated by the bold wooded hill of a 33ardon, not twenty miles from the borders of Needwood, while its eastern limits embrace Brad gate, Grooby, and Martinshaw-historic woodlands; but little more distant from the Northamptonshire forests of Selby and Whittlebury. The lon...

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INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY, JULY 14. Before the Chief Commissioner. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 18 July 1846

INSOLVENCY' PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY, JULY 14. Before the CUlef Commissioner. PRaOOFO CLAIMS. In the estate of John Goulding, a single meeting was held, at which no'claims wero proved. In the estate of Michael Gannon, a special meet ing was held for examinationi only. WEDNESDAY, JULY 15. In the estate of Macdonald and Airth, a special meeting was held, at which an otrer of compositioin of 2s. Gd. In the pound was made, and accepted by. the creditors present. THURSDAY, JULY 10. SCEaTIFICArT. The certificate of George Watson was granted by the Chief Commissioner..

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 18 July 1846

IWPOUNDINOS. Camden, on the 7th of July, from the estate of Alexander M'Leay, E nquire-red ;and white bull, brandedARlor AB rump off side; red and white cow, brande4 .RM, or JKC con rump off side, horns turped In,'black cow, branded AR rump near side, brindle cow, branded AR, rump near side;, brindle andwhite poley cw, branded BILt or HK rump off saide; red cowe,, part of Ielly wldte, branded AR or ,AK or A and Iike*' on rump off side;. red heifer, branded AR on rumpoff side; red and white steer, branded AR or AB In, rump aft side, white star in ,forelhad, damages d.. each. If not released, to besold twenty-four days from this date.-10th July, .184Q. : [l1s. 3d. Kelso on, the 27th June :-brindle sided bullock, slit in each, ear, branded like A. over We air hip, and like, thi a . l bt , ut .years old, yellow steer calf, branded like JApl i ump, about 8 months 'old; bluek holfer, no visible brand, about u0 months old;. redpoley cow, white he1yrazided MB off rump, blotched brand oil ri...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 18 July 1846

bi the: Editor of tJteClrwe Sea-I perceive that the Her ad of ; to day, its its usual inflated and egotistical style, takes creeli% to itself, for having. stated charges against4ourlat, Governor which have not:been, and are, therefote, a' incapable of being,.disproved." To say nothing of the cowardly manner in which the Herald at* tacked Sir George, just upon the eve of his depar ture, I think every impartialpersona must, acknow . ledge that both yourself and your contempor ry, the Australian, have sufficiently proved the gstoind lessness of the charges so coarsely put rorerard by the-Herald. < In liis paper of to day the Heraldlabours through a whole column" to show the superior mierit of th& Camden Address over all the others ichi were presented to Sir George, and winds up wils showing that its greatest merit consisted in Its Having , onio Aes thin f'which none ofthleotlher's havebeen cat pable of'doing-supplied the Herald with m tter for a leading article I" uH...

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR JULY, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 18 July 1846

CATHOLIC DIARCqrolY, OR JU3LY, 18461. 18 It. St:Cauirus tla e te~lsl. conf, .1ou',Ie 19 B. zI seventh thundo~y att. Peutecost, t . Vlnceatt a Paulo, j corf, double oul ' 2W. I tt Mary MAtedalre,. ptt. daub. 3 Th. I t: Apottlnaris, bishop sand mnartyr. double 24 V. °Vi~ll ot St. Jumes 25 S. SL Jaumes Apostle.,'oub., 2nd class -t Y6 B.. IEighths 'undadvsafler Pauiteoaat; St. Auue, mother 27 .I or ithe II. V. Mary, prO, double 27lt t. Potselena, maoryrn, simaple 218 isu SS5. h soarIiu,, Celsda, &c., martayrs 36 WV. ISt. Mrhtfla, vira, semiO. 30 Th.~ SO. Abdan mini $eatia. maratyrs, simaple 31 P. Et0. Igtnatius, cntr.; double

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 18 July 1846

-FOR ADI81LAIDE DIRECT. TO SAIL POSITIVELY ON SUNDAY, TIE 9 xi JULY. HT HE fine, fast-Sailing ..packet. :,. DORSIT, D Walsh; commander. im 0The greater part of her; cargo . being engaged, she will positively sail on the above date. Far freighlor, passage, having first-rate accom modations, apply to J. M. SOLOMON : .-South Australian Packet Office.: .Liverpool Wharf; i near. the Queen's Wharf, July, 10. ., . 3578 SFIRST' VE$SFIr FO1 4.qDEIAIDE. rjiH11E fine Packet Brig Ji. E.Ediby,: SCaptain. H. T. Fox, 135 0to3 regiseer, having mnuchlofC her freight engaged, will 'havd' Im mediate dispatch. .For freight or passage apply on board, at the Circular Whart or to SHEPPARD AND ALGER, Packet Office, 3570 408, George-street. NEW OPTICAL GOODS, EX, AGINCOURT." FLAVELLE AND BRUtS I, OPTICIANS AND WATCKIAKERS,' 87, ,x1ea-BTaEET EAST. One door/rorm. George-street, R SPECT1.:17LLY inform their friends J.J and the public, that they have just received, per .,incourt, ia complete assortment of B RAZ...

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