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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 30 December 1843

AGENTS FOR THE CHRONICLE, Broulee, Mr. B. M'Cauley. Patterson, Mr. JO'Sullivan. Parramatta, Mr. Reynolds Port Pbilhip, Mr. J. Bullen Woliongong, Mr. Edward Corrigon .Bathurst, Mr.-T. Jones . " ' Goalburn, Mr. Henry Thompson Hobart Town, Mr. John Regan Hokianga, Mr. T. Poyntoo ' Maitland, Mr. Dee Mudgee, Mr. S. Sampson ' .Campbelltown, &o,tMrJ M'Alister Windsor, Mro JamessCassidy PensltbMr. James M'Carthy Jerry's Plains; Mr. J.J. Harpur Bungonla, Mr. Edward Hughes Wollombi. Mr. Miohaol,Byrne _ Publised Mike Unfted;Kswgdous by Mr. Jones,.63, Paternoster~rowv.Londoni Mr,,W. J. Battersby, 5, Essex.bridge, "i'rlia.g nentestreet, Dublin. 1 a" 1R ,'rIuted arnd .L'fs0Iad . y IIA OUMLD'ABOY, of ridp.street, at the oCiroulrW 0lon, Drldpe~stret.

Publication Title: Morning Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ST. MARY'S BELLS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 30 December 1843

ST. MARY'S BELLS.,. TIlunsDAY having ibeen' fixed upon for the Blessing of the Bells of the Cathedral, a con siderable number of'spectators assembled in the area behind the Seminary in which the bells had been ijisign r'sonie time, and where the ceremony' was to take place before their removal to the tower. About half, past 9, A.ar., his Grace the Archbishop, attended by the Rev. V. Bourgeoil, as deacon, vested as prescribed by the Ronan Pontifical, and nac companied by the Very Rev. F.Murphy, Revs. J..M'Encroe, Dr. Gregory, and J.B S.u ier, with a large train of assistants, entered the area, andt took 'his seat on the terrace. above the bells, from ;whichl he. could.ibei seen by all. All were hushed'; In the dpepes t attentionwhile his Graceeddired a short but clear and appropriate instruction., .d He observed, that in the, Old am in the New Law, whatever was taken for the isel of the divine service, was deened inidt for that sacred purpose until by solemn prayers and Iustratlioos ...

Publication Title: Morning Chronicle
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THE UNEMPLOYED OPERATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 30 December 1843

THE UNEMPLOYED OPERATIVES. REGARDING these friendless people, - the victims of the follies, or the faults of others, we know not 'whafto advise.- His Excel lency seems in some sort, cramped and impeded by supreme authority ; and he does not appear at all inclined to contra vene his instructions in any thing; which instructions we believe prohibit him from selling land at a less price than 20s. per acre. We suggested that he might, give squatting licenses on small farms, for three years,. on certain conditions, to those who wished to go to the country; but the sug gestion was unheeded: we also mentioned various public works of great utility and value, which might be cheaply set about : this, too, seems like.. speaking to the wind. His Exqellency, it, would appear, leaves such matters a good deal to his officials. The Colonial Secretary on Wednesday, told in council a story of one LyNoss, a shoe maker, who was sent to. Moreton Bay, at the public expense; but ;when he got there, he set...

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THE BELL TOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 30 December 1843

TUE BELL TOWER Mn. Eorroai-You may well believe that multi tudes of other persons, besides myself, were much disappointed at not hearing a merry peal rung from the Bell Towsr of St. Mary',. on Christmas Day mornig, as we fondly anticipated we should have had the lilegaure of doing." From the shortness of the time, however, which has elapsed since that structure was commenced, it could scarcely have been finishd, on that day, unless extssordinary means had, een seaprted;td for the purpose of completing it, such as working by night, ss well as by day, with relaysof labourerq to releive one another. But this extra expense, war` ualled for; as; however much it was to be desiaed, tlere was no absolute necessityfor the tower being completed and the hells reng on -Vhristmas Dayý rest, credit; too; is certainly due to the contractor 'nd workanes employed, 'for the substantial and ltandsome manner in which the portion of the bell-tower whleh is already raised is finished, 'couaideriag the sa...

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GRAND TEETOTAL FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 30 December 1843

GRAND TEETOTAL FESTIVAL. On last 'seaiday evening (St. Stephena's Day,) the St. Patilklii 'Total 'Abstinence Society gave a splendid Ida airty lo the old court hosse, Oastle. reagh.atreett he'scese of many of their tneetsng to'jromote 'iIte advadcemeot of the good cause of TeetotaillistS which 'a very large number of .Pntaaos pt lndelj,.. roonm in which tshe parties., thiei wes msidt'tfstifullyarranged for the purginse. +A. spacinous gpliform'was erected at the upper par t f it ti 'n whkl awe observed the Rev. John M'Encroe (president o?'the'society), the Very'ltev.'the Vicar General; Re,';: Mr. Bourgeois, president of St. Mary's Semtinary, Rev. Mr. Colley, of Parramatta, Rev. Mr. M!'Ginneas,' Mr. Coyle; T.O., and several ladies aid =gentlem'en.. Another platform was erected at the opposite eatremity of the room, for the St. Patrick's hand, which enlivened the even. lag with several beautiful 'airs, played in the most finished stylie. Forms were arranged along the room for the accom...

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PUSEYITE CATECHISMS.—THE "AUSTRALIAN." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 30 December 1843

PUSEYITE CATECHISMS.-THE "AUSTRALIAt ' In the Australian 'of T'eusd iy,' we saw a 'sort of semi-lugubrioussemui-impudent extract-fromnithe':London .,Steathman, com mencing thus :-".In our last, we briefly noticed one of the most distressing branches of the Puseyite heresy-viz., the cruel, treacherous, and horrible .manufacture of Popish. Catechisms for the poor younglambs of the Church of England fold,". &c. &c. Then the writer goes on to place, in juxta position, extracts from those.. Catechisms, and what. he calls corresponding doctrines out-of Popish Catechisms. The whole ar ticle is rife with the most insulting nick names, and all the hackneyed and vulgar slang of Exeter Hall, in vituperatidn of Catholic doctrine. It is true that the extract in question is news: it is true that it is a quotation from another print: it is true also,; that the Aus tralian makes no comment of its own upon it; aind it may be true, that he is not aware that its drift and object, nay,....

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 30 December 1843

THE MORNING CHRONICLE SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1843. "Be just and fear not: Let all the ends thou aimset at be thy country'a, w Thy God's, and teith.'" Bhakepeare. THE TARIFF. (Once more.) WE have read with sentiments, not of asto= nishment only, but of grief-nor yet of asto nishment and of grief merely, but something more,-the result of, the debate on the Go vernor's Message, disallowing the import duty voted by the Council, of one shilling per bushel on imported wheat and two shil lings and sixpence per cwt. on flour. His Excellency has no doubt the power to refuse, on the part of Her Majesty, his assent to any measure proposed by the Council; but is it (we do not ask, bienseant or gracious towards the Council), is it, we say, conformable to the practise of the crown itself of Great Britain, to refuse the royal assent to measures so proposed? The Le gislative Council of the Colony is so - con -structed;as in some sort to be an image and copy of the conjoint legislative powers of the...

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TWENTY-ONE RIDDLES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 30 December 1843

TWENTY-ONE RIDDLES. 1. Dean Swift often speaks of a queen, whoss name, Read backward or forward, is always the same. 2. Call a kitchen maid by it, and still the samo name, Read backward or forward, is always the same. a. A prophetof old had a mother, whose name, Read backward or forward, is always the same. 4. And of female recluses we know that the name, Read backward or forward, Is always the same. 6. When you speak to a lady, you'll and that the name, Read backward or forward Is always the same. 6. When a child, you were dressed In a thing, whose name, Read backwar or forward, is always the same. 7. Then, too, you were fed with something, whose name. Read baokward or forward, is always the same. 8. You may travel abroad fic a carriage, whose name, Read backward or forward, is always the seane. 9. You may pass o'er a flat piece of ground, whose name, tead backward or forward Is always the same. 10: Where the lamb trots oboit, by a creature, whose name, Read backward or forward, is...

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Original Correspondence. (NO III.) To the Right Worshipful the Mayor of Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 30 December 1843

®CDgtgsiiall `rot'reopo~tttlence.' ;. ~~(510lIt.). , To the Right WVorshi ful she Mayorof Syidney. Stm-I felt it a public duly to address your wor. ship on the 4pth and 11:b current, calling attention; to the alarmingly distressing state of the monetary affairs of this once great colony, on whose pros* perity the neighbouring colonies depend i and sug gesting the necessity of convening a general meeting, of the citizens at large, to address his Excellency ,the Governor, if he did not feel disposed or authl'* nieed to grant a loan to the solvent settlers, that fie might at least consent to an issue pfrnational siall notes, for the purposen of internal negotiations, to the extent of the commisisairit sand revenue' ex' n'dituire of threnilony, being about £7011 000 per' +se- 4n'itd'4irý fdsic ni ighe;tJsc-? %'°ýý' pared and presented to her 'Mjesty, setting foritle' the ataie of our representation, population; tazsiton, priceoof land, sand'the may ioher evils sinder which" this " edlot...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 30 December 1843

**The Morning Chronicle'": ispublishedltabice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday;a and is extensively circulated throughout :New South Wales,. Van Diemen's Land, South Australia, New Zealand, and India;, and in Englandd Scotland, and Ireland.- The Quangre esd on *he 3bst Mardlh; 30th June, 30th September, and 31st December; at which periods only subscriberes can declinesreceiving it; ay er paying thebamount due. -Adrertisers should mark on eachadvertisement bie number of insertions required; otherwise they are consinued till countermaded Orderw tn a dgscontinsce or alter advertisements must be sent in Refore sis o'clock on the evehaings 4tf Tuesday, Thursday. and Sattfrday; but new advertisementp are received till six o'clock dn the evening before publication.-Att instructions must be giveni iworiting, and alitetters post paid.4 j- ..us PUBLIC ,NOTICE. IVILLIAJYI JONES,. ILETTERI PRIE AIPJ©3ID@PP©ER-P! gTiE F ili8TIER, &o., &O, COLONNADE, BRIDGE.STHRET,.SYDNEY, R ESPE...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 30 December 1843

Ma. Mntsoea,-L take the ilberty of forwarding you a .few lines with reference to the great progress which religion as -makig In West Maitland under the guidance of our good and revered pastor, the Rev. J. T. Lynch. Christmas Day was a most happy day with us. At a very early hour'the doors of our chapel were throwo open, and the faithful tbegan to aaaembule.> The altar waualigantly deco. rated, ýd she an be1i lights upon It had a most liopoelog effocto Daring the holy time of Aditeus a number of the children had beea preparing to: make 'their first co,. musoion ; "these -together with 'some adults, among whom were a few converts, sow; asseambled outaide the chapel, each holding a lighted candlein their hatds, and walked in procession up 'the aisle, preceded by one of their'number carrylng; ai uclf. The manners and, behaviour of thewe little uses of Christ's laid, now aboutfor the firft time to ieeeive the blessed body of their Redeemer,1 was - truly edifying 1 their-- outward depo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1844

AGEWNTSJ PJL TU1-H 0OU1tO.(LtLj w.;-: ; Broulee, Mr. B. M'Cauley. Patteraoo, Mr. 3. O'Sulivtu 1 Parramatta, Mr. Reynolds Port Phillip, Mr. J. Buulle Wolloogoog, Mr. Edward Corrigoq. Bathurat, Mr. 'r. Jones Gaulboro, Mr. Hoary T'hompaoq Hobart Town, Mr. John .Rega lokianga, Mr. 1. Poynton Maitland, Mr. Dee Mudgee, Mr. E..Brmpson (amrnpbelltown, &o., Mr. M'Aliater Wiodsor, Mr. James CasPidy Penrlib, Mr. Jamcs, M'Carihy, i , Jerry's Plains, Mr. 3.3. Harpur Iluogunip, Mr. Edward Hughes Wollombi, Mr. MiuheelByrne Pub61atshed~en the United Kengdum ~ abV. Mr. Jones, 63, Paternoster-row, mondon... " s Mr. W. J. Batteruby4 b5,,Essx.brldg, t'Alaa. lentt4Lreet, Dublin. t ydnay: Pr4med and Pnbabrltd ay MIQH{&L D'ALOY. of Jlridgce4Levt, at te,Vbroulolo Ofliue, Uridge..t~yet.

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FEES FOR CONDUCTING CASES IN COURT. In cases from £10 to £30. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1844

PEES FOR CONDUCTING CABEBS IN CDOUO. In cases from £10 to £30. For a barrister or an attorney, where deemed proper, .at the discretion of the court, from £1 Ia to £3 3s.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1844

TO CORRESPONDENTS. A SUBcRana as letter, from Maitland, we cannot publish A charge upon a public functionary would in any case be ioadmtsaible, without the writers a name; but in the present instance, we so utterly repud:ate the barbarous, cruel, and (though once flaoh ) now nearly exploded amusement of .c oek-.Jtlgli, espeesslly s on ebh a dull that e could not directly orlIndirectly give it any countenance, oraiord It any -defence, and tihe puttinga stop to it, If done without any tnnecessary violence, was a duty. - A SuoseRIaRa's witty letter on -sleep diturbers" has been received. Although Peter Plndar wrote an Epic .upon one onuesi of them, that .wadn ,the reign of George the Third. The .reflnement of theaage of the delicate and elegant Vio oria will not allow asto publish it. Delta's sonnet (we have no Greek type) has been receive?; as to sense it has sterling merit; but we fear our ?saders are .too fstidlous to adumire some of itslines, e g. More beautiful if fne site flouris...

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RULES. Ordinary Sittings. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1844

RULES. Ordisnry SitUings. - :I. There shall be ten sessions In each year, which shall be called the Ordinary Sittings of the court for the trial of all cases not exceeding ten pounds; and: the said sittings of the Court of Requests for Sydney as well as the sittings for the several districts in the ,colony, shall be at such times and places as his Ex cellency the Governor, by proclamation, shall from time to time appoint. Nea Sittings of the Court. II. ?There shall be four sessions in each year, which shall be called the New Sittings of the said court ; and the said New Sittings shall be at Sydney in the months of pFebruary, May, August, and No. vember,at which sittings'all cases from ten to thirty pounds .shall be tried-and the New Sittings for Sydney, and for the several districts in the County ot Cumberland, shall be at such times and places as his Excellency the Governor shall, by proclamation, from time to time appoint. Tme ofJ fling Plain.r Ill.,,In all cases where the claim s...

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WEEKLY METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. VARIATION OF THE THERMOMETER. &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1844

W1 lfr1 1,y .1ETEOItOLOGICAL TABII . TARIIAYION OF TIIE TIIRRMOMTRA, c? lI. IN. K. WIND. TfU.PJAT ........... 27 I7?18 7 I ON.E. Clear WaNuT*ur ....Deo 28 171 1771 73 I N.. Cloudy Thht1RJAr ......... 74 N.E. Clear -"RIDAIY ......... 0 81 :93 81 N.C. Ditto SITUaIr DAr..........30 1 80 87~t'. Ditto SUNDAY ... .1181 I 118 N B. Ditto IIMosoD.......... 270 91 7 S.E. Cloudy Mean temperature. 81%

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DISCHARGE TO THE KEEPER. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1844

-DISCHARGE TO THE KEEPER. NEW SOUTH WALES. To the Keeper of her Majesty's gaol at Discharge out of your custody the body of C D if detained only at the suit of A B, by virtue of a writ under my hand, to satisfy the said A. B, for pou*nds shillings and pence, for damages(or debt), and costs, and for do doing this shall be your warrant. Dated this day of , one thousand ,.,ight hundred and forty By the,court, Registrar, Court ,of Requests, Sydney.

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ATTACHMENT FOR NON APPEARANCE TO A SUBPŒNA. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1844

ATTACHMENT FOR NON APPEARANCE TO A SUBPCENA. CD laintiff Victoria 1 Regina. Court of Requests for the Z district of Sydney. S To , Bailiffs, and their deputies, and to each and every one of them. At a Court of Requests for the City of Sydney, held on the day , 184 , it appearing to this court that has been duly served with a copy of a aubpmna to attend this court in the above case, and, though duly called, came not. You, and each of you, are hereby commanded to attach the said , wherever you may find him, lot a disobedience to the said subpena, and him safely and securely keep, so that you may have him before the Commissioner of the said court, on , the day of , to hear and abide such orderas shall then be made tbuching the con tempt of the said , in disobedience of such subpoena. 1ors.--o order to obtain an attachment against a witness for disobedience to a subpoena, issuing out of the Court of Requests, it is requisite that the person serving the subpmaa should make an affidavit t...

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ORDER FOR PAYMENT BY INSTALMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1844

ORDJER.FOR PAYMENT BY .INBTAL. MENTS. Court of RequestsTor the City ol 'Sydney. 5 ,Plaintiff, JBetween. and Defendant. .Upon hearlong the' parties, at a court iolden oon the day of ., it is adjudged that a dubt of pounds shillings and pence i due from tie defeodant to the plaintiff. And it it .ordered that the said defendant do pay the sameao, together with costs, to the ltegistrar, or a clerk of thit court, at the public office in Bent. street (or Parramatta, as the case may be), for theb use of the said plaintiff, at and after the rate of i pounds shillings on in every week, between the hours of ten and two o'clock, until the said debt andcosts are fully paid. And it is further ordered, that on failure in either of such payments, the Registrar of this court do forthwith, at the request of the party entitled thereto, issue eseeution either against the body. or goods of the defendatit fr the whole, or so much of the said debt and coats as shall then remain unpaid, together with the ...

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RINGING THE OLD YEAR OUT, AND THE NEW YEAR IN.—"THE AUSTRALIAN." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 January 1844

RINGING THE OLD YEAR OUT, •:.AND THE 1EW.YEAR IN.-" THE " tiSTiALIAN." THE Australian; in an` article on Saturday, with this heading speaks of.the Chapel at Hyde Park, and Bishop Polding. Now, we beg to inform our cotemporary, that both these designations are incorrect. That CHAPEL is the LARGEST " CHURCH" in the Colony, and we appeal on the point to his dictionary, whether he names it' accurately: as he is a master of the English language, we hope he will coirect the error in future. As to Doctor Poldiag, if'he is anything, he is Arclhbishop; and'therefore it is scarcely accordant with the elegance and refinement the Australian professes, so-to:miscall him. The article on the whole being penned in a friendly spirit, we, in a kid?4d feeling of goodwill, just beg to makekihis slight ob4 servation, en pass ant.

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