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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1843
AGENTS'F jL THE CHb tO LE. Bro~riee, Mr' B.:' 4Cauloy. *Patterson, Mr. 3. O'Sullivin. Parrarnatta, Mr. Re~ynolds Port Phillip, Mr. J.,Bu1d -1 Wphlongoog, Dr. Edar;~d CorigotS * Baqasrar, Mr. T. Jones ,Goulbra. M. iienry '1T: ompson Hobart Towr, Mr. iJhn Begin Hokianga, 14r. T. Poynton Maitland, Mr. Dee Mudgee, Mr. E. Sampona Crptrelliawn, &o., Mr. MAllster Wlpdmor,.Mr. James Curnidy Panrith, Mr. Jalee, M'CaRnby Jerry's Plains, Ql!* J.'. L aHrpur B~ppngqnl, Mr. Edward Hughes Wphjpmbl, ,Mr. Michael Byrne Publlished in~s U. (Inid Kasngdoua 6 Mr. Jon.., 63, Paternoster-row, Londion Mr.,W. J. Battrarby, 5, Esere:-bridge, V'arlls a nent.street,,Dubllgq , ;, . , ,j. r .: lydanrr Printed and Pubartd ny MIOHAEL D'AUOYQt Dridkp.aull at the bronrriole poflap, ItdgepAtra0. -
QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1843
QUARTER SEsaIONS. Notice is hereby given, that Co I:ts of General Quarter Sesasions of the Peace, in an.. for the colony of New South Wales, will be holden at the court house, Bathurst, on Wednesday, t:e 20th day of December neat, when and where all persons under secognizances to appear as prosecutors, witnesses, or defendants, or who have appeals to interpose. or other business to transaect, are desired to give their attendance at 10 o'clock in the forenoon. Statement of the various descriptions of grain held by the Government, on the lst December. 1843: Wheat, bushels ....... 39.014 Matre ditto ........ 6,640 Wran AnD BEER -lis Excellency the Governor directs it to be notiGed that he has been pleased to declare Port Fairy, in the district of Port Phillip, to be within the operation of the second clause of the act of the Governor and Council, 2nd Victoria, No. 18, as amended by the 3rd Victoria, No 13, which act permits the sale of wine and beer (but not spirits) at places so decla...
Government Gazette. TUESDAY DECEMBER 5. PUBLIC ACCOUNTS [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1843
o?0 nimtentll l t ? ettp. -o Tu?nsArA Dacsralts Ii. PU2LIC ACOaffNTB All persons having claims on the Colonial Tree sery, are requested to furnish their accounts, through the proper channel, before the end of the year, or as soon thereafter as practicable. The several collectors, and offiiers in ther receipt of public monies, will pay over to the Colonial Treasurer, on or before the ~lst irtstast, the amount of all collections remaining in their honds, res pentively, up to that date, so that the entire revenue collected by each may be credited in the accounts of the year within which it was received. I'lhehreado of departments, and other officers, who have received advances to enable them to defray expenses incurred under their superintendence, are requested to for. to furnish to the audit office, as far as practieable, and with all convenient dispatch, the accounts of the expenditure thereof, and on or before the last day of the present month, to pay into the Colonial Treasury the ...
HIGH WATER IN SYDNEY COVE. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1843
H?GI1 WATRII IN SYDNEY COVJr. STillS DAY. '6 min. p.4 morning I 30 0min. p.4 evening 54 min. p.4 morning I 18 min. p.6 evening MOND&Y. .42 min. p 8 morning I 56 min. p. evening 'TUESDAY. .20 inp. p. 7 morning I 44 min.p.7 evening ,WEDNESDAY. -8 min. p. 8 morning u 82 rmin. p.8 evening TOURiSDAY. A mAn. D. 8 morniBDg I 9 mln. p. 9 evening FILDAY. 28 min ;p. 9 morning | 52 min. p. 9 evening Sun rises this day 52 min. p. 4; sets 8 min. p. 7. New Moon, 21st,.14 min. past 3 afternoon.
ON MIXED MARRIAGES. Extract from a Pastoral Letter of the Extract from a Pastoral Letter of the Most Reserved the Archbishop of Baltimore, and the Right Reverend Bishops of the Roman Catholic Church, in the United States of America: assembled in Provincial Council, in the City of Baltimore, in the month of May, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1843
ON MIXED MARRIAGES. Estract from.a Pastoral Letter of the MOst Reverend the Archbishop of Baltimore, and the Right Reverend Bishops of the tRomanCatholic Church, in the United Sltates of Amerloa: ausembled in Pro vincial Council, in the City of Baltimore, in "the month of May, 1840. TO THE CLEROY AND LAITY OF THBIR CHARGa. From the earliest period of the Christian dispen sation, we flid the code of discipline invariably op posed to those marriages of members of the Church with persons estranged from her communion; and if occasionally, in a few instances, she unwillingly tolerated a departure, it was only under very pecu liar circumstances, and the nuptials were not to re ceive the blessing of the Church, though the Clergy man was permitted to attend as a witness of the contract. Age succeeding age we find this dis cipline continually enforced. Nor was the presence of the Priest permitted, even as a witness, unless upon the previous solemn pledge of both'parties, who desired to contr...
GREAT PROVINCIAL COUNCIL AT BALTIMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1843
GREAT PROVINCIdL COUNCIL AT BALTIMORE. -o (From the Tablet.) The council was opened on the 14th of May, with great splendour, according to the rite of the Roman Catholic Pontifical. The following members of the Council were present: Psa.ATae.--'The Most Rev. Archbishop Samuel Eccleston, consecrated September 14, 1834; the Right Rev. Benedict Joseph Fenwick, Bishop of Boston, Massachusetts, consecrated Nov. lst, 1825; the Right Rev. Michael Portier, Bishop of Mobile, Alabama, consecrated November 5th, 1826; the Right lRe, Fraccis Patrick Kenrick, tBishop of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, consecrated June 6th, .1830; the Right Rev. John Bsptiste Purcell, Bishop of Cincinnati, Ohio, consecrated Oct. 183th, 1838; the Right Rev. Guy Ignatius Chabrat, Bishop of Bolina, its part., and coadjutor to the Bishop of Louisville, Ky.; the Right Rev. Anthony Blanc, Bishop of New Orleans, La, consecrated Nov. 22nd, 1835; the Right Rev. John Hughes, Bishop of New York, consecrated January 6th, 1835 ; t...
AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1843
AGRICULTURE. IT appears that the new.tariffincludes a duty of sIX-PENCE per bushel on imported wheat! We hardly can believe that any Government in this Colony could enact such apaltry, pettifogginglaw. We are (in common we are sure with.every cultivator in the Colony,) astonished that His Excellency would allow his clear and sound judgment to be biassed by the sophistry of a school of DOCTRINAIRES, o associate hlis name with the ruin of the Colony ! A duty less than 2s. per bushel would not enable cul tivation to go on. Chilian wheat can, on the average, be sold in Sydney at 4s., and all agree, tllat at less than 6s., no farmer can pay the wages to his men that they ought to get, toinduce them to come outto New South Wales.-More on the subjectin our next.
City Council. MONDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1843
MONDAY, DXC MiaaR I, 1843. Present The Mayor;, Aldermen Allen, Flood, Broughton, and Burdekin ; Councillors.. Little, Agaer, Coyle, Thurlow, Cowlishaw, Neale, Brown, Ryan, Holden, and Woolley. PUBLIO WOIRfS. After the minutes of the last meeting had been read by the Town Clerk, Alderman FLOOD brought up the following report from the board of works s REPORT OF THE BOARD OF WORKS COMMITTEE. Town Hall, Sydney, Ilth Dec., 1843. At a meeting of the board of works committee, held on the 8th instant,' present-Alderman Flood, it the chair, Councillors Hill, Jenkinso, Cowlishaw, and Little ; the City Surveyor suggested the propriety of taking on a few masons and quarrymen, for making and repairing drains, and laying dawu kerb-stones throughout the city. As it appeared to your committee that this sugges tion, if carried into effect, would be of permanent advantage to the city, as well as a means of affording employment to the greatly increased number of applicants for employment under the cor...
ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1843
ENGLISH NEWS. We gave on the arrival of the "Andromeda." a summary of English news, as late as that by the ' General IIewitt." Tihe principal novelty (a pleasing one no doubt) is, that wool looks up; an advance of 5 per cent was obtained on the previous June sales. Rebecca and her daughters, in Wales, were all on lire, about -turnpikes. Except the iron trade, commerce, on the whorle, looked better, and' money was plentiful.
Legislative Council. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1843
Lgt.la ? tiI?1 1?. . t l1 TusoDAY. Dircaarsa 12, 1843. The SPEAAER took the chair at half past three o'clork. PORTS AND HARBOURS ACT, AND CITY RATES ACT. The SPEASRO. communicated to..the house that his Excelleicythe Governor had been pleased 'to assent on behalf of. her Majesty to the above acts. MONETARY 90NFIDENOE BILL. The S?eraza annoineed to the house that this :bill having been submitted to his Exacellency, had -been returned, with the following note.appended i "' In the name and on behalf of her Majesty, I withhold her Majesti's sanction to this bill." JURISDIOTION OF MAGISTRATES. The AlToRamr GaENERAl postponed his motion 'for leave to bring in a bill to regulate the jurisdiction .of Magistrates in Sidney and Melbourne, until Thursday. VAN DIEMEN'S LAND.-TOBACCO AND COALS. Mr. WrNinsara, in pursuance of notice, then moved thatan address be presented to his Excellency 'the'Governor, praying him to move her Majesty, on behalf of the colony of New South Wales, to dis allow the...
IRISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1843
IRISHl NEIWS. By the " General Hewitt," we have re ceived our files of English, .Irish, and Scotch papers, to the 19th of August, fromn which we perceive that the independent and patriotic Magistrates of Ireland, who see no hope for the redress of the complicated evils of Irish misgovernment, but Repeal, were daily re moving from the commission of the peace-? somne voluntarily, some .malgrd bongre. The Repeal cause progresses with accele rated power, and ISONSTw R nIBRTINGS were, held in Waterfltd, Wicklow. Mayo, and on the 15th of August, one exceeding any thing of the kind hitherto witnessed, was held on the Hill of Tarn, a name so, dear to Irishmen. The Tory press, headed by the London Times, represents Ireland to be in a state of rebellion, or at least of dreadful disturbance, in proof of which, Baron Lefroy was entitled to receive a pair of white gloves, from the: Sheriff of .Galway, there being not a single prisoner for trial before his Lordshii, ii nd only two in Waterford ci...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1843
N OTI CE.. THE Subscribers to this paper are respecotfully informed that the fol lowin rules will be strictly adhered to. IN SYDNEY ..u New Subscriber will be received without one quarter being paid in ad vance. IN THE COUNTRY No New Subscriber will be received without °half a year being paid in ad ivance. In all cases tbhe Subscription will bu Ten Shillingsaper quarter. No Adsertisemuents will be received from persons who are not subscribers, without payment in advance. SCb.hroniole" Office, December 12. "'O OUR AGENTI'S. r OHE Agents to .the " Chronicle', are requested to furnish statements ,of Accounts from their respective dis. ;tricts, in order that the Proprietors of the late '* Australasian Chronicle" may take prompt measures for the recolery of their debts. •' Chronicle" Ollioe, Dec. 12.
CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, DECEMBER, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1843
CATHOLIC DIIIECTOItY, DECEIIIER, 1843. in. 8. S. Euseblus, bishop, martyr, senldouble .17. 8. i 3rd Sunday or Advent, s.midaubIe .18 M. Rs laetatlon of 1. V..slary, greater double 19 T Feri ? •0S. W. Feria, Ember ,lay, rust day .21. Tb. S. Thombasd postle, double, second class, feast ol devotion 292 F. F. Feria, Ember day, fast day 23. S. Ferda, Ember .lay, fast day 21 g. 14th Sunday of Advent, Christmas Eve, vespers .of the Nativity .2. 5M. Christmas Day., double, first class, with an octave, vespers comomoration of S, Stephen 9 T. . S. Stephen, proto.martyr, double, second class, ves, pera of Christmas. com. of 8. John and the octave 27. W. S. John, apostle, double, second class, feast of do. votiou 28. T. Holy Innocents, double, second class, feast of de. vot:on Z9. T. S. 'homnas, archblshop of Canterbury, double, first class, feast of devotion 0'. S. OIf Sunday within the octave of Christmassemiid. 1. S.u. . Silvester, pope, confessor, double
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1843
TO CORHESPONDENTS. " Mentor's" letter slull appear as soon as possiblo. pSimple's" plan is excellent, but not pnractcable, eis Ex crlleucy being reetrieted by the Solonees of Downlng-street from selling nay landl trader .i per acre, to be paid withit as nmoth. We should be happy to have " ?imple's" thoughlesof a phlt for"httlaining so desirleee an object (suljet oas above), .confned merely to the business poluts. Sypuo is very scaras in our columuns.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1843
:.VINBGAR; HiILL.-It is rumoured there will be:a meeting of Repealers at Vinegar Hill.. We do not credit it, for we think the move. ment is not yet ripefor the development of its views.. Oh, no, they will not-meet at Vinegar Hill, and for i this reason, that, independent of its impolicy, the liepealers will not run the risi of embroiling them. selves at peasent with the government. Let them dire attempt to'convene arch a meeting, and we will call'on the, loyalists of the county Wexlord to arm themselves to a man. It would be the signal ofl civil war in this country,- Wexford Conserousive. [We gave in our list the fulfilment of this prophecy of the sapient Strongbowmanh.-EDo ] WHAT OXFORD HAS DONE TO DR PusEY. ".What has just happened," exclaims this writer, " we will venture to say that no Casar in the midst of his legions or-his t'rmtorian guard, no lope in the Church's direst emergency; no Tudor in reliance on his personal might, no Stuart in conceit of his Divino prerogative, no ...
ANTI REPEAL LOGIC. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1843
ANTI REPEAL LOGIC. HAvINo given several of O'Connell's speeches, we think it but fair to show our readers what the Anti Repealers have to say. The following is a sampte; and being quoted in the most able of the Ministerial papers, we suppose it must contain the pith and manner of their argumentation: DYIN o on COUNTRY.-Mr. O'Connell has been for, many weeks. performing to numerous and ad. miring audiences for the benefit of his Repeal exchequer; so framing his words as to make the Irish believe that he intends something very striking and revolutionary in case England should refuse Repeal, and yet to avoid saying anything that the authorities can pounce upon as punishable treason. Thus, he is continually implying a threat that the Irish are all ready to fly to arms, and yet making out that nothing of that sort is meant. lie talks about " dying freeeni ;" then he says that there will be no dying, sad imputes the phrase to his own "oratorical pbrensy.!' Some of his friends are not so a...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1843
UjtppItug 'inttellgence. -o ARRIVALS, DEc. 12.-From Port Macquarie, having left on Monday last, the steamer MAlutland, 103 tons, Parsons, with sundries. Passengers-Major Ianes, Lieutenant Caswell, and two in the steerage. 12.-From Auckland, via the Bay of Islands, the same day, having left the former the 22nd and the latter the 29th ultimo, the schooner Deborah, 121 tons, Wing, with plank, &c. Passeagers-Mr and Mrs Odell and child, Mrs. Watson.and two children, Colonel Thomas, Dr. Norway, Mr. Cook, Mr. Graham, Mr. Dubois, Mr. and Mrs. King, Mr. Fox and child, Mr. and Mrs. Egan and three children, and Monsieur Baptiste. 13.-From Hobart Town, having left on the 6th instant, the schooner Waterlily, 165 tons, Hayle, with sundries. Passengers-Captain and Mrs. Addison and son, Mrs. Payne and son, Mr. Jamieson, Miss Jamieson, Mir. and Mrs. Nash, Mr. Wilson, Mir. J. Nightingale, Mr. G. Nash, ir. Tr. Wilson, Miss Stear, and Mr. MI'Gowan. 13.-From Hobart Town, having left on the 4th i...
Sydney Markets. DECEMBER 16, 1843. FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1843
DECEMBER 10, 1843. FLOUR, WHEAT, &o. Barker's Mills:- Van Diemen's Land ditto, 4s Fine Flour, Its r lO1Obs, Od to 4s Od dull of sale cuash los Maize. Colonial,ls 3d to s 8d Seconds, 10s, cash Os retail,2s Bread, 3d to Od per 2lb loaf Bran, is 2d to Is 4d per bush. Fine Biscuit, 20s er cwt. Barley,2s Od to .s 9d ditto Second ditto, lOs ditto Harley, Cape, 2s 63d to as (d Syidney Company's Mills:- ditto Fine Flour Ilit j 11lbsa, Oats, Is Od to is Od, retail, cash 10s 2s Od to 2s 0d Seconds, ils, cashl Os Iay,.£2 10s to £5 Os per ton Itation, £0, cash £8 Wheatetraw,2s3d to2s Od per Valparaiso ditto £8 cwt Colonial Wlieat,3s Od to 4s 0d Grass, wholesale, 8d to 0d per per bushel doz. bundles, retail, 8( FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. Oranges, 6d to Is Od per doz Silverleets, O(d per bundle Loquauts, 8d per quart] Potatoes, new, V.D.L., 7s to ns, - s to d per cwt, or lid per lb Lisbon lemons,ls O3dto2s (3d -, Colonial 3s Od to I5 per dozen Cabbages, Id to Od each Common do, 2d to3 3dper do...
TEETOTAL MEETING.—SINGLETON. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1843
TEETOTAL NAEETING.-SJNGLETON. -o EFrom a Correspondcnt ] The 6.h December, being the anniversary of the formation of the Total Abstinence Society at Patrick's Plains, the 'Teetotallers met together at Mr. Shaw's large room, (which was kindly lent for the occasion,) to commemorate the event. Notw ithstanding the hurry of theseason,and the depression of the times, the meeting was numerously attended, and the Rev. J. J. Lynch, the founder and president of the society, who had come from Maitland for the purpose, opened the proceedings at seven o'clock. I regret not being able to present your readers with more than a feeble abstract of tile reverend gentleman's address.: -le had come amongst them, he said, to join the primitive Teetotallers of Singleton in the ex pression of gratitude to the sovereign disposerof events, for-the success that had been .:accorded to their humble efforts for the reclamation and im. provement of their fellow men; and heaclled upon each of them to offer up, on...
Legislative Council. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 16 December 1843
WEDNESDAY, DEcaEMns 13. The SPEAKER took the chair at a quartet before four o'clock. JURISDICTION OF MAGISTRATES. The ArronNxY OGaNeAL, in pursuance of notice, moved for leave to bring in a-bill to regulate the Jurisdiction of Magistrates in the Courts of Quarter Sessions, in the City of Sydney, and the Town of Melbourne, respectively. Leave granted and the bill read a first time, ordered to be printed and read a second time on Tuesday next. HAWJKEIRS AND PEDLARS On the motion of Mr. W\VaTWOTII, the bill was ordered to stand over. ESTIMATES FOR 181. The further consideration of the estimates was postponed until Thursday, as previously agreed upon. POST OFFICE. The further consideration of the Postage Act Amendm.ent Bill was postponed until Tuesday next. WATER POLICE. The house then resolved itself into committee on the Water Police Act Amendment Bill. Mr. Elwin in the chair. * The COLONIAL SECRsTARY proposed the four clauses constituting the bill, in terms according to the despatch ...