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THE OPERATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 December 1843

THIE OPERATIVES. IN speaking, as we have done, on the Tariff as regards imported Wheat, lot not the work ing men imagine that we have deserted them--No! sooner should the hand that traces these lines be severed from our body, than it should be employed to write line or a word to injure them. We shall take an early opportunity to show them, that if the merchants, backed out by the Behemoth English Bankers, slhall break down the farmers, that they (the operatives) will faU,pari pass. "step for step" with them: we shall prove to them, that it is not the mere, naked cheapness of bread, that makes the working man's home happy and cleanly, his wife cheerful, and his children smiling, prat tling, and chubby; but it is regular employ ment-it is the constant demand for his skill and labour-it Is the continually hearing this sort of address; "I say Jack, or Bill, d'ye want a job ?" Thats the sort of talk for a workman: and not the now-cheap-now dear bread that the merchant will give him. Brea...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 December 1843

*1)tp ttng Initvlgeli ce. -0 A1UIIVALS, Dae. 1.--From Port Phillip' via .Launceston, haviug letu this former the 7th and the latter thIe L3th instant, the steamer Corsair, 183 tons, Taggart, with sundries. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs; Uennett and two children, Mliss Briggs, Mrs. Gurdonu and child, Mlessrs. KRaymootd, Campoell, Bean, Jones, I'aggart, £Maclaalauu, Klrby, Shaw, Eales, sndJ. aun T. vavss. 17.-F-rom London, having left the Downs the 4th deptember, the barqne Hamlet, 400 tons, Wilson, with a general cargo. .saengers-M.lr. Donovan and child, MNessrs. I'ludall, Lemon, Pike, Peek, and Uerry. 17.-lroim k-logkong, having left the 15th August, tile ship siabeltu, 403 tous, Hardie, with tuea, .. Passengers-a.i?rs. Hiardle and sou, anm .1lr. .Matheysou. 18.-F-romn Boyd Town, Twofold Bay, having left on Sunday last, the schooner Eiwur', 87 tons, T'lalttn, with sualldtes. 19.-From Li.verpool, having sailed on the 14th August, the barque Uolubiun, 276 tous, Wakehiam, with iuercheadnts. L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 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, South Australia, New Zealand, and India; and in England, Scotland, and Ireland.- The, Quarters end on the 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 of 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 till six o'clock on thc evening before publication.-All instructions must be given in writing, and all letters post paid. iN • BID PaI ml ";aim-- --n it glib -mu m i-g •-- -- I - PUBLIC NOTICE. WILLIAM JONES, LETTER PRESS AND COPPER-PLATE     PRINTER, I o., &...

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PARRAMATTA.—NORFOLK HOUSE ESTABLISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 December 1843

PARRAMATTA - NORFOLK HOUSE ESTABLISH-MENT On Thursday last, at noon, the usual yearly "' Examination" of the young ladies at Mrs. Davis's establishment, Norfolk House, took place in the presence of a numerous assembly of the relatives and friends of the pupils, prior to the Christmas vacation. His Grace the Most Reverend Dr. Polding, Archbishop of Sydney, the Rev. Dr. Gregory, the Reverends N. Coffee (Parramatta), Johns Fitz- patrick, and several other Clergymen, Mrs. O'Brien, Superioress of the Convent, the Sisters of Charity, and many ladies both from Sydney, and resident in Parramatta, were present during the "Examination." Specimens of the progress made by the young ladies in the various departments of Music, Drawing, Dancing, French, General History, Geography, Arithmetic, and indeed every branch of a modern and fashionable education were presented to the company, and received with the warmest demonstra- tions of approval and satisfaction. The apartment in which the Examination...

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A ROWLAND FOR AN OLIVER. DR. NIXON. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 23 December 1843

A ROTWLAND FDO AN OLIVER. LFrom Mnurray's Review. q DR. NIXON. I'n;T our last number we referred to the addreas delivered by the Very Rev. the Vicar General on the preceding Sunday. Immediately after divine. service, Mr. Therry, in his usual emphatic manner, said, he wished to add a few remarks t tthose which he had before offered the congregation, relative to a newspaper report of an address said to have been delivered to the Legislative Council by the Protestant Lord Bishllop. He (Mr. Therry) had on that occa sion reminded them that the petition relative to the once contemplated Church of England Protestant College (which petition, after an interval of three years elicited from the Bishop the expression of the as'onishmelit which his Lordship felt at 19 the efron. tery and ignorance of cccleiuastical knowledge dis played by its aluthor,") was written and proposed for adoption at a public mneeting held about three years since, by the talented Mr. T. C. Ansley, Member of the British...

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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 23 December 1843

TUESDAY, DECR?nBIt 19. The SPBEAen took the chair shortly before four o'clock. IMESSAGES FROM THE GOVERNOR. H. W. Parker, Esq., having been announced as the bearer of a'Message from his Excellency the Governor, entered the chamber, and delivered the following two Messages to the Speaker, who imme diately communicated them as under to the house: SHEIiIFFS 1ILL. Message from his Excellency the Governor to the Legislative Council, on proposing an amendment in the act presented to his Excellency for her Majesty's assent, intituled, "An Act for regu. lating the appointment and duties of Sheriff of New South Wales." Gentlemen-Since the passing of this bill, it has been represented to me that an additional clause to it is desirablein order to remove any doubt in respect to the appointment of the Deputy Sheriff at Port Phillip; and I accordingly beg to propose to you the addition of the following clause s "And whereas it is expedient that the Deputy Sheriff of Port Phillip should be include...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 23 December 1843

DEPARTURES. 21.-For Launceston, the brig Unito?,.Grainger, with sundries. Passengers-Mlessrs.l.urmol and. Simson.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 23 December 1843

*)Itppzll JIltettllgelrce. -ao ARIIVALS. Drc. 19.-From Port Macquarie, having left the preceding day, the steamer Maitland, 103 tons, Parsons, with 33 bales" wool, &c. Passengers Miss Solomon, Messrs. Wymes, DIscat, Simes, and Chairs. 21.-From Port Nicholson, having left the 4th instant, the cutter Rover's Bride, 49 tons, Morton, with oil, &c. Passengers-MBssrs. Catlin, Howson, Mackenzie, Donald, and Jeffrey. 21.-From Moreton Bay, having left the 13th instant, the schooner Piseator, 111 tons, Innen, with wool, &c. Passengers - Mr. Humphsey, Mrs. Evans and two children, and two prisoners of the crown. 21.-From Port Phillip 14th, Launceston 18th, and Twofold Bay 20th instant, the steamer Shamrock, 200 tons, Gilmore, with sundries. Passengers- The Bishobp of Australia, Miss Harris, Mrs. Morven, Mrs. Sullivan, Miss Compton, Mrs. O'Flsherty, Messrs. Thacker, Stephens. Turnbull, Craig, Smith, Chisholm, Macarthur, M'Connell, Ross, Hamilton, 6 rank and file of 99th r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 23 December 1843

NORTH SHIORlE-MEDICAL ATTENDANOB. F OCTORI TIEKNEY (of" Pitt., street, nearly opposite the School of Arti), begs to infolm the Inhabitants of the North Shore and its vicinity that he can be consulted on Tuesdays ansod Thursdays from half.past two until half.past four o'clock p.m., at the Fig.ttea Cottage. *." He trusts the Government and the public will afford assistance to establish a DISPENSARY where the diseases of the poor may be alleviated. .0* IfI suticient inducement be held out, Dr. T. will attend daily INDEPENDENT ORtDERl OF ODD FELLOWS . MAnoUtnaTEIt UNITYe T IE Brothron ol this Order are in formed that 'l'ueseAY, the 26th December,. 1843, having been appointed for celebrating, the Second Anniversary of the .LOYALr FouNTAIN or IRhrouo LoDao , No. 3369 Sydney District, a Pro cession will start from. Host Tait's, Odd Fellows' Hall, Haymarket, and proceed to St. James' Churclh to Divine service, upon whicts occasion a Collection will be made at the doors of the church In aid ...

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HIGH WATER IN SYDNEY COVE. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 23 December 1843

HIGH WATER IN SYDNEY COVE. THlIS DAY. 0 min. p. 10 morning I 24 min. p.10 evening TOMORROW. ' ?lua. n. I0 molrnig 55 main. p. Ii evening MONDAY. 11 min. p 1l morning I 20 min. p. 11 evening 45 mn. p. 11 morning I 0 min.p.12 evening tln rises this day 52 min. p. 4: sets 8 min p. 7 ihast Quarter Moon, 20th, 58 rmin. past 12 night.

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MRS. CHISHOLM. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 23 December 1843

MEWS. CHISHOLM. We publish with pleasure the following extract from a letter of that friend to virtue, and benefactress of her species; and only wish that there were but a few such philanthropists, male or female, amongst us I Oh, that those possessed of the power and the means of ameliorating the conditi3n of their fellow men were imbued with that spirit, under whose holy impulse she spends her time, her ease, and her health, in "Fatsant du blen pour son plateir," enjoying a luxury of the heart, beyond the power of wealth to purchase. It is consoling to think, that we have (if not ten like a certain city) at least one such as Mrs. Chisholm amongst us z " I have settled all the families much to my satis faction and theirs; they must, with common pro dence, do well I could settle 300 families during the nest three months, but, except I meet with sonic aid, I cannot go on. You will be amused to hear I had to lead the surveying party I I I 1 think I can locate 150 families in the Wollo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 23 December 1843

AGENTS POR THE1 HRBONl LE Broulee, Mr. B. M'Cauley. Patterson, Mr. J. O'Sullivan. Parramatta, Mr. Reynolds Port Phillip, Mr. J. 1,ullen Wollongong. Mr. Edward Corrigo r Bathurst, Mr. T. Joioes Goulburn, Mr. Henry Thompson .Hobart Town, Mr. John Regan Hoklianga, Mr. T. Poynton Maitland, Mr. Dee Mludges,.Mr.:;E. Sampson . . Campbelltown, &o., Mr. M'.lister:, Windsor, Mr. James Casaidy Penritb, Mr. James M'Carihy Jerry's Plains, Mr. J.J. Harpur Bungonla, Mr. Edward Hughes Wollomali, Mr. Michael Byraq Published, in her Unated Kengdom by Mr. Jones, 63, Paternoater.row, .London -'' Mr. W. J. Battersby, b, Essex-brldge;, 0arliIa ment.street, Dublin. Syduney Printed and Publish?d oy MIOHAIti D'AItOY.of nridge.street, at tUe Chrqulole Ofcpq, Bridgg.atte(q

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TO THE READERS OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 23 December 1843

TO TH?E READERS OF THE CHRONICLE. WV publish this day the able and spirited letter of Erin go Brath, and have no doubt that every heart that glows with a spark of the sacred flame of. liberty, will beat responsive to his energetic and eloquent language. On one of his remarks we have to make rather a plairtive observation or two. Our readers are aware of the 'circum stances (needless now to repeat) which perilled the existence of the Chronicle : if it lives and speaks, its vitality is wholly. duo to the ability, zeal, patriotism; and pe cuniary outlay out of his scanty means, of the reverend gentleman who preceded us in its management, and who was' obliged,. nolens volcns, to reduce the days of pub-' lication to twice in each week. We have now lying before us a mass of English, Scotch, Irish, and Foreign news of the most interesting kind, bhich 'the. want of space precludes our givizn to our, readers: we have been obliged reluctantly: to abridge the debates in Council we are constant...

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Legislative Council. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 23 December 1843

SWsoNIsoT, DeCEMinan 20. The SPSAXIan took the chair at half-past three o'clock.,' '' SPETITIONS FOR COMPENSATION. Dr. BLAND presented a petition from William Walsh, late Gaoler at Carters' Barracks ; and also a petition, from Alfred Hill Austin, Inspector' of W?ater Police, whose salary had been reduced from 10s. to 6s. a-day, praying compensation from the council. I he petitlions were read, ordered to be received and to be.taken into consideration the next day. UNEMPLOYED FEMALES. Dr. BLaND presented a petition, signed by about a thousand free females, prayIng the council to adopt somes measursi to do away with the difficulty which thyexperieaced in procuring employment owing to ihe competition of the women in the Female Factory. Petiton read, ordered to be received and to be taken into conideration the next day. '' GOULIUItJ IHOSPITAL. SDr. NzcaOLSON plesented a petition from the trustees of the GoulburnaHospital, praying for some pecunlary aid, and stated that as a sum had alrea...

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UNEMPLOYED FEMALES OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 23 December 1843

UNEMPLOYED. FEMALES OF SYDNEY. TiI Petition presented to the honorable Council on the part of upwards of One Thousand distressed females unable to find employment, is one that must touch every heart. We have again and again called the attention of those in power to the sufferings of the poor. But to see one thousand women-virtuous women-all with hus bands, or with children, asking for bread (we may say), or what is equivalent, asking for employment to sustain life, presents an appalling picture of the state in which our population is. Our earnest hope and supplication to his Excellency and the honorable Council is, that some mode of effectual relief may be afforded them, to save them from the ex tremities to which severe distress may drive them. The honorable member who presented the petition, deserves thanks for the feelings he expressed on the behalf of his clients.. We fervently pray that his appeal may be successful, and that either by finding a differ ent employment for the fac...

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RAPID ADVANCES TOWARDS CATHOLICISM. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 23 December 1843

RAPID ADVANCES TOWAIRDS CATHO. LICISA. The following extracts from the Catechism com piled under the authority of Government, to be used in conformity with the Factory Education bill, if it had become law, are interesting. The bill failing, the Catechism is now published and circulated for all. It is entitled " A Catechism fort the use of young persons of the Church of England, compiled from authentic sources." It is published by James C'oovey, 38, St. James's Street. The following are a few extracts, arranged under their different heads, to teach " Young England" Protestant ism : " The Worship of Images."--What puts us in mind that Christ became man, and suffered on a cross P The vezy making the slgn of the cross or reverently beholding that secret emblem. Why, then do we place crosses in and on our Churches 1 To put us in mind that God the Son became man, atnd died upon the cross for us. Are pictures and holy symbols allowable in Church 1 Yes; for they movingly.,re present to us t...

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HER MAJESTY'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 23 December 1843

HER. MAJESTY'S SPEECH. WE give her Majesty's Speech on the Pro rogation of Parliament: a session which, like our own microcosmic " collective wis dom," after most interminable speechi fication, multitudinous theories for the salvation of England, and personal contes tations,without number, has ended much as a grand military movement, celebrated in song did The King of France, and twenty thousand men, Wont up the hill, and then came down again, The British Senate, like our own, opened with a speech :-it closed with. another, both full of the profoundest maxims of civil, political, and religious wisdom: but leaving affairs rather worse at the termi nation than at the. commencement: both legislatures leaving all great .questions of public utility in statu quo, and the people in both countries to struggle on as well as they can, and try to bear up against the ignorance, blundering, and patchwork, of the powers who rule their destiny in either hemisphere. The most important topic in the ...

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Original Correspondence. To the Sons of "Old Erin" in Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 23 December 1843

QD rtgtnal liIrOL't'eypOtIIC¥,~e. -o To the Sons of " Old Erin" in Australif. Well, fellow countrymen, the lovely, but long suffering land of our birth, is on the eve of seeing better days. Old Ireland will soon be herself again ; she is nobly striking off the trammels and snapping asunder the chains, fitted and fastened for ages around her fair and generous form; like the *' Pheonix," she is growing young from beneath the ashes of her political conflagration, and springing into the strength of manhood, from the decrepitude of old age, and " her youth will be renewed like that of an eagle." Site looks down from the height of her present moral altitude, with mingled feelings of pity and contempt upon the wrongs of past ages, and vows before the high Heavens and the as tonished nations of the earth, that tsu WILi eNDURB THESE wnoNOs NO LoNOBRn There is a point in the sufferings of mankind, beyond which .human endurance cannot extend-to that point has Ireland long since arrived. She ha...

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, DECEMBER, 1813. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 23 December 1843

CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, DECEMBER, 1813. 23. S. Feria, Ember day fast day 24 8. 4th Sunday of Advent, Christmas Eve, vespers of the Nativity 25. MI. Christmas Day, double, first class, with an octavo, vespers comemoration of 8, Stephen 21. T. S. Stephen, proto martyr, double, second class, yesa pers of Christmas, com. of S. John and tno octavo 27. . S, John, apostle, double, second class, feast of de. votion 28. T. Holy Innocents, double, second class, feast of de. votton 29. 1. S. Thomas, archbishop of Canterbury, double, first class, feast of devotion 30, S. Of Sunday within the octave of Chlristmas, semid. 31. Su. S. Silvester, pope, oouessor, double

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(NO II.) To the Right Worshipful the Mayor of Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 23 December 1843

(NO 114 To the Right Worshipful ithe Mayor of Sydney. Rlespectlully referring to my letter of the 4th Instant, on re.consldeling the subject in connection with the injunotion contained in the despatch from Downing-street, relative to the discriminatory and. differential duties to no4charged hin the colonies on " imported goods ; I propose that the intended meet ing of citizens *do jinstruet their representatives in the Legislative Council, to proceed without delay, to pass an act, authotisinp the Colonial Treasury, under the management of three commissioners, to Issue one million pounds, in debentures, and one million pounds in tbnesury notes, for the purpose of forming an Um.OOnAION fund, a sound colonial ounnvRYO, no independedent PEASANTRY, civilizing the AutRIOINIs, ODUCATION and other useful im. provements; to pass a colonial rTAnFr, suitable to the colony, without reference to the convenience or i inconventence, such may be to anoy other people or country whatever;? none al wh...

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