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Gerrima Circuit Court. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 7. Before his Honor Mr. Justice Dickinson. FORGERY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 16 September 1846

ct;vrrina i t eiiit rourt. (Abridged from the Hlerall.) ::. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 7. Before his Honor Mr. Justice Dickinson. FORGERY. Isaac Jones was indi'ted for having at Yass on. the 8th April last, forged and uttered a certain. instrument purporting to be' a £5 note of the Bank of New Sduth Wales, with initet to defratid one Patrick .Dunn. The jury returned a verdict of guilty, and the prisoner was' sentenced to be worked in irons on the pubilc' rza for the'space of three years. SENTENCE. Bridget Mitchell; who had on Tuesday been con victed of infanticide, was placed at the bar,'and his Honor addressed, her on the enormity of the crime of which she had been found guilty, and said al-' though he had'little'ddubt of her guilt, there were still, he thought, s;ucient circumstances to she, a' bare possibility of .innocence, and to induce him not to pass the extreme sentence awarded by the law for cases of this descripiion. Sentence of death would" therefore li' recorded against her, and i...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 16 September 1846

ENGLISH NEWS. THIE Louisa, from Hobart Town, has brought intelligence that news from England to the .9th"May had reached that city. On the 8th of May, the report of the Corn Importation Bill was brought up in the House of Commons, and on the ques tion that it be now received, Sir C. Burrell moved that it .be received' that day six months;.. Colonel .Verner. seconded this ,motion, and an animated debate ensued, which terminated in the withdrawal of the amendnient. The report was then received, and the Bill ordered. to be printed and read -a third 'time on the following Monday, (May 11). . Parliament had voted a pension of £3000 a year to Lord Hardinge,. and his.two next surviving male heirs; and'£2000 a year to Lord Gough, and his two -next surviving, male-heirs, to which- the East India Com pany'had added a pension of £5000 a year to' `Lord Hardinge, and. £2000 a year to * Lord Gough, during their natural lives. . The .American Senate, after a discussion of nine weeks, had .by a maj...

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(Enclosure to the foregoing.) [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 16 September 1846

S' (En losi e to` tie foregoing.) Third.-And whereas by. the, said recited Act of Parliamenti made and passedi in the sixth year of our reign, it is enacted that there shall be within our said territory of New SoUth" Wales; a Legislative Cotinicil to be constituted in'tlie manner and for the 'purposes: in the said Act mentionced': And It is fur ther enacted, that the Governor of the said territory, with' te advice and consent of the Legislative Coun "cil, sh'all save authority to e'ake laws for the peace, ielfare, and good government of the said territory Aid it'is frther- enacted thatl t'shall: be lawful for us, ith the advice of our Privy Council, or under lour Signet 'and Sign' Manual 'or through one of ouir Principal Secretaries of Statq; from time to time to convey, to the Governor 'of our said territory of New South Wales, such instructions as to us shall seem meet for his guidance in the exercise of the powers vested ih lilinmby the said Act'of Parliament, of assenting to, pr...

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WOOL SALES. Liverpool, 8th May, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 16 September 1846

WOOL bALES. Liverpool, 8th May,,1846. .The entire quantity of fine and lq iyforeign and" colonial wool brought forward at the,.public sales yesterday and to-day, was 8,736 bals.." 'the'attend ance of buyers of fine wools was no eirul what we have seen it, owing to the continued. depression of trade in Yorkshire. The announcement of the public sales in London being fixed for the 13th instant, when a large quan tity will be offered, has also had rather an uinfavora ble influence on our last sales, as buyersare under an impression that they will then be able to supply themselves on more reasonable terms, and, therefore, not disposed to add to their stocks beyond their immediate requirements. AvsTalRzAr.-The quantity offered was insigni ficant, and principally skin wool. Prices are barely equal to previous sales. .SPANsuH.-The demand at the sales w}as chiefly confined to middle qualities; there has, however, since been more inquiries for the finer marrs. Tire CAPEs were of a very mixed ...

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COUNCIL PAPERS. (THE ROYAL ASSENT TO BILLS.) MESSAGE NO. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 16 September 1846

COUNCIL PAPERS. . ,(THE ROYAL ASSENT TO BILLS.) MESSAGE NO. 1. The Governor avails himself of the earliest oppor tunity of placing before the Legislative Council, that portion of the Queen's Instructions by which it is hlier ajest?'s royal will and pleasure that he should be g'uided'" n assenting 'to,' or dissenting, from.bor reserving for thel signification of: her Mia. jesty's pleasure," such Bills as the Council: may' pass. . These instructions appear to vary in some respects from' those issued to his Excellency's predecessor, iand :hbe"iberefore considers it his duty to make the Council acquainted ,wth, them, in the hope that he may tlherebyJacilitato their Legislative business. Government iHquse, Sydney, Sept, 1, 1840. i

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City Council. SATURDAY, SEPT. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 16 September 1846

Citl Council, -U, SATURDAY, SEPT. 12. A special meeting of the City Council was held this day in the Town Hall, at twelve o'clock, for the purpose of taking into consideration matters relative to Mr. Dingwall's claim on the Corporation for kerbing, guttering, &c., performed by him under contract. There were present the Right Worshipful the Mayor ; Aldermen Allen, Broughton, and Thurloiv; Councillors Jenkins, Hyndes, Henderson, Little, Browne, Driver, Wilkie, Ryan, Josephson, Iredale, Sillitoe, Titterton, Cowlishaw, and Fisher. It appeared that certain letters on the subject had been addressed to the Council by Mr. Hayward, Mr. Dingwall's attorney, but the MAY0oa informed the Council that lie .had seen Mr. Dlngwall, who had stated that he lhad instructed his attorney to proceed merely on account of the delay which had taken place in the settlement of,the account, but that he was willing to have it decided byarbitration. The Council then went Into, committee, and the whole of ...

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WEEKLY METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. VARIATION OF THE THERMOMETER, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 16 September 1846

WEEKLY.METEOROVOGIOAL TABLE. VARIATION O-THB THEnMOMKBTB? &O. `,I SD T N. N. WIND. WEUNHSDAY.. SEPT. 0'3 80.C. C Olear TIRSDAAY ........._01 6 0N.E. Cler ATURDAY ........... 12 660.159N-E. Clear SUNDAY ............ 135,.0107| N.E. Ditto - oNDA.I.........l. 14 5 63 61 S S.E. Ditto TUESDAY .......... 16 50 b 1|00S.C.. R.lainy Mean. temperature, 58 0.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 16 September 1846

The " B#dney Chronicle" is 'published twice a week, on??Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New Soutkfh V ;iJ Van Dieimen's Land, SbtA' Ausfrii, Nei Zealandad idia andi gd,; land, and ireland.- The Quarters ed. on the 31st March, r " 30O0th'June;8Ot dpteinber'dd; 31st'December; at, which.periods onlyisubscriberscan: decline re'ceiving it, after paying the' amount duiI.Advertisers should m krk n' kach:'adovetiiement the number of insertions required, rwise they are conjiiu'd till cbiintern'anded. Orders to discontiu?e'or alteradoertisemeits'must be sent in befores:i o'clock~onnthe evenings,of Tuesday andi Friday; but new adverltisements are rke ied till six o'clock on the ~ eiitif -beforfe"publication.-All instructions 'must:be given , ting, and all letters post paid, " SPECIAL' NOTICE. O-UR AGENTS arespecially.requested to furnish' a correct list of the DE FAULTER~ 'in their several districts, in order that their names may be published. Chlronicle Offlce...

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OUR COLONIAL LEGISLATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 16 September 1846

OUR .COLONIAL LEGISLATURE. THE " sayings and doings" of our Legis lative Council' since 'the late Governor, as one of the 'first acts of his administration, laid them open: to public criticism by the admission of "strangers" to an;' audience, created disappointment. The alteration in its constitution certainly raised an expec tation of improvemnent ,in the Ematter and manner of its public proceedings. This reasonable, or at least charitable hope shared a' similar fate. The process of le gislation became more dilatory and tor tuous, The measures proposed by the" Executive were either opposed in a factious spirit, or were passed with tedious and un gracious discussion. The tact for personal legislation which was displayed was of the humblest kind. At the period of our most direful distress-in the moment of our ut most need, " miserable comforters were they all." "Few and far between" are the beneficial changes in our colonial laws' which the wisdom of our representatives has effected....

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THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16, 1846. PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 16 September 1846

SYD IEY OHRONIGLE. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16, 1846. PAPER. Oua readers will problably be somewhat sur prised at the!appearance of the Chronicle this morning, seeing it so far "curtailed of its fair plroportions." We are, however, anavoidably compelled to assume our present shape, in consequence of the great and long continued scarcity of news paper in the Colony. We may observe, too, that this scarcity is not confined to Sydney alone, but extends also to Port Phillip and Hobart Town, at the former of which places some of the papers have been compelled to adopt t·he same alternative as ourselves. Our readers will observe, however, that though the Chirohicle of this-niorninigis only half its usual size, the reading matter is.not far, short of what it.usually contains, as.we have compressed everything.into as sinall: a space as possible. We trust that the cause of this curtailment will be but of short dura tion, -and: that we shall, ere long, resume our proper shape and::dimensions.

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PUBLICANS' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 16 September 1846

PUBLICANS' MEETING. On Monday last, pursuant to notice, a meeting of the Licensed Victuallers was held at the Royal Hotel, Ueorge-street, "For the purpose of receiving the Treasurer's report of the state of the funds; to make arrangements for the future consumption of gas, and for other very important business." The neeting' was very thinly attended, and at a little after four o'clock the chair was taken by Mr. M. HOOPEs. Hr. H?oMAN proposed that, on account of the paucity of the attendance, the meeting should be adjourned until Wednesday, (to-day), as he was of opinion that the parties interested had not had suf ficient notice. Mr. R. DRIVER seconded the motion. Previous to the motion being put from the chair, Mr. J. E. ELLsOTT, secretary to the Licensed Victuallers' Association, read a prdcis of the busi ness which was to have been brought before the meeting, including the resolutions which it was in tended should have been moved. From this it appeared that the principal objects o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 16 September 1846

No. 40-334. Town Clerk's Onice, Sydney, 14th Sept. 1816. N OTICE is hereby given, that Tenders will be received at this office until Friday next, the 18th instant, at Twelve o'clock noon, for the erection of a Wooden Bridge over the excavated portion of Argyle and Prince-street. Particulars may be obtained at the office of the City Surveyor. JOHN RAE, 3733 Town Clerk. WANTED, A CLASSICAL TEACHER, from one A to three o'clock every day of the week, ex cept Saturday. Apply to A.B. at this Office. CIRCULAR. IESSRS. PITE AND PRESTON beg respectfully to acquaint the ladies of Sydney, and the public generally, that the extensive alterations in their premises are now complete, the principal object of which has been to remove the : whole of their Fancy Stock to a new department on the ground floor, which has been fitted up in such a manner as, they trust, will afford comfort and con venience to their customers. 37 CASES OF NEW GOODS have just been opened, in addition to a choice selec tion o...

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OUR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 16 September 1846

OUR' MUNICIPAL 'COUNCIL. BIs-ANNUALLY., at least.as we. have, had to expatiate :on: the electoral duties of our' fellow-citizens who have been so sapiently and' discriminatingly, entrusted with,, the franchise, we are .bound. in the tour of duties to place the. subject on the~carpet. again. The grand epoch in our civic history is about :to return,:when a general election.for' City Counlcillors is to take place., " Tb be' or'not'to 'be ?" then has become the ques tion. , Are, we destined to'bear, the fardel of the'.same Corporate :body still, or by a great change to get rid of its weight ? We have uniformly from its first incor poration to the most recent dates, exercised' the utmost leniency in our adjudication of civic conceins." Due allowance was made for the novelty of the.. position in' which both the electors and the elected were -placed; and we. were,, though often disap pointed, willing to hope that experience would teach, and admonition would corredt, whilst compelled to: wi...

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Government Gazette. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 19 September 1846

..i: t fx. !un.ur' fss 11t. b : " .i ;. .h ',u "! . rlori "-ý"`dirk brown. 'ty r, bramikTaf 1ie3G (or 30q' JY rump brindle and i 1ti stcti "n1ibele brand off ribs; red and:wlitiw leifef, ) oilf rib's 'red anid white' ieifer, ill.?iblob iit'tn~ pl bathio smps' Wite cowi lldII J ' tt ioh lie (, red. and white cow,.branded iJ;ioft rump rebdheif'e, uriliraiiiled i: black and :white;blHb6ek,J'brtahtdeod both sides, buit notligil le from iidtginess of oat; red and whiteWeolv, brinmed CI -wilthrB 'uider teat ear; strawberry yearjlng. byj; , nipm c1arl mar, bianded 'hit not visible frota roughness'of coat;}ldt ne" is ',3d, ejies If riot releasedT, 4111'be o ldiri't'i 25th September. - i, ýa l,.*i}, , ie :ReP ost Hill, ralbroo otntlic p3of Septemlier --blaCk:poley C.q', whiit ,r;imp,,_ipt be, b ?ear, eat cropt;: lrandedinear: shoulderilD) ojJ i l?ke,?;2i9 rum S, a ig.; rid 'ad whlle? ? l ttllfer, ?irandtil ot spottgplisteer,, ner ear slit,. olFrtitT dq 9t ljngli legiblo?abodt:9'months old;.:...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 19 September 1846

Septemnbet:; 16. 1iViitim , e H ,-iUarcfuo,; 533: tons, Captain .Sten rie d, fronpJ rdon: 20 hogshesds Marsala wine, 40 boxes preserved Csamon,. .Gcpre Thorpe;, .10 canes hats, J.S. Willis ; 099'isi t ,te; John: Smitli'; 35°case'· ultis ky;:1 casks wine; 20 crisks B: P ris, 22 Casks Sjanislawine,-29 bales and 4:cases macuifactures, .Griiths, 1anning,; and. Co..; 5 tierces, 13 cases, apd keg S·s, Johin Fearnley' 1 trunk, 1 box, I bundle, F. Wdilkuirisbn , 03 cases' Prench iins, 4 qutarter caskdA's nsh wins, 5 bal'eos 'lritislztgnodsl"90 hdgshradsd1E ,,15.)0,isksi lwer, 23 ,casks ;Rnd' tl i01, Fas"3i ;wan. fqtures, J ya1i, Scott,, and, .Co. 5, IUi's cý fte,;4 ý bates sale;, ertes to ccb'ou 5 ar'5els carmtsntsl l H o° hiaas 'b~er, lb' hIiokeslseade. (Geuf, *a'a: 1t rhtoslhtIe dbs"r1ban yl1O lubgsheuds " 8:l?: rum'; Smijh :!.opd Oe(njpbeUh1 A hales, S cases, casks1., ryum, 3Q ;hogslueqls (p~nevs, 5t' :kepi nailsr T5'7 ens` i!224 bars; aind' .5 bunridles iron ,"C.STop' dhj H1t' 19t"i eii...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 19 September 1846

•nieir h t? k O l Wl0 ! Lijios 't O i'd fn Selp)' t t1.-- G irecikan, irg, t LI2tons,. a Itt 'Hbbattbwm oftlod, 28tllthJnly. :assengers.-.Mrs' 17 .---sa brig, lO o tos 9"aptaa.?ooniy Pawsh-Lger's-iMis,'Slp l tht'osardaughtora Kiadvie E. Other Mr . 3a.tleyh,' astar, Rfsibol't , . ncl SMrs SrMP; It G~r eeso r. S.fwigt. :Jol ar Mr. IJ :Joies;r Mr -Pockle 'Mf 's ities Pegg, ahrd Henry Goocd;.ed ,r o i :I ,2"att ~: " n9" ," September. T- i r mmai bri?ra. Cptai.p ..,o for , `Draper; Mrs. Dririer and soli, MWi.olii. 1lihde;\S: Blade and two dtuigigte rs,~Mr :Phtricl:.Vhitty;, Ml: Steligi Meyer,;dirs, Mey.ert, Apn apl daughte i Mr. W.. eihqlson,,M.i ohn J eewl~aq and ýirt Ro ht 17 :---Mary; GCverfidenAl schb6ner, Caiptin Pi1e-, for ? Hibart: Tos;a.., -Passerigsts..?Mr. and ?Mrs Burgess and son; 4p1d Mr. I~91mi ?, ..,. ., 17 .-ileieade A.meican barou , arp i s iip s sellffour thie Sntl( Sea Flsliye'y Pa' insenrs"._it.i Russell, two chilaj-en, and servrnit .i o ; : .. : 17.-Terror,?J:rque, Ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 19 September 1846

JC*Ij I je t~ a tt I ý1 r6d l ns Jczi' ,... s~i t = nJ wry ihi~i' i4' u;1a ifkv&, oft~tif'rUH di' Ie='' la1'td, *Im licld'et ¢Pfr Wltialkor's Igrgiroom: in- thisj village, f Mri P( r I oighlranranIAliekaliip,.in the: cl?.ia,) ,nhen tl. fu pw'iugtc Lions i'yrpuoat .i mouwdy igreed a U 1st -rhat c Iej e noti eJl 'iih eojstrbo the feaeifirt ad'cctuits ahu, biit'fto'fo' ·ilith6tit ?of tht9'rspid spread .6f'ffll nrirnertons38 aur s-llbW i~ountryoieni 2nd . ) hattwg.. iceem tou ýu cl c1 uta o every itiristiaaflcc p! ºIlhdtbpi ; ld 6 rra'.acatiOncef;; d'fillilh lhe ieflfVie tlo dfrao%-awftll a vlsitation'oi' Jlviue zrd8nideteJrinr ,n:rxi qrdir 3ricIuattt'! 4 ofqolqr!.~perpansns,.olpf pfm.,fi: cotn enttee, t tic c 4ll ~ie rrish ticr 1'oi31Cam n itkie C - tiM''ori ptrp6e rb.1+yifl I ·iht'itilct'tttr f ibtdg'distS Yesnluttonj~lyiii:;. F ,f.rs " MR: JOhN 1.BOLLARD'ri: fief }'ý1A¶ERH CK8WWHRAN t:fA ITEICAUM~fODY' 'hunt rri? ';i.J 3' a' J.TQUllNcPUR'LELLaa:.. >'' "tiljc'-r, " li 'ii t...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 19 September 1846

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 19 September 1846

SPECIAL NOTICE. _."-., 'as UR AGdENTS are speciAlly re restd. S4"to fuirish a correct list of'. te DE S1'ULTrER in their several districti, inorderl thattheir names may be published. Chronicle Office, Sept. 15th, 1846.

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Court at Quarter Sessions. TUESDAY, SEPT. 15. Before the Chairman, and John Henderson, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 19 September 1846

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