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THE CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 October 1843
'HlIE CIHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1843. " Ie just and fear not: Let allghe ends thou alnt'st at be thy eountry'a, Tby God's, and truth's." .TREATMENT OF " ABORIGINES" IlY VAItIOUS COLONIZINGO NATIONS. Wuo has not heard or read of the " cruelties" practised by the '' Spanish" Colonists on the " Abo. rigines" of South America I The "tortures" inflicted on the " Indians" to compel them to work in the mines of Mexico and Peru, are as well known as the produce of these mines. Yet the praiseworthy and successful efforts made to put a stop to these cruelties, and to improve the moral and physical condition of this numerous and powerful race, ate but little known and less noticed. When the Court of Spain was duly informed of .the nuhumau conduct pursued by some of her avaricious colonists in the New World, effectual tr.easureswere taken to check thesomerciless colonisas in their work of destrLction, and to protect the " Indian" race from being immolated on the altar of " Mammon" by t...
NEWSPAPER PROPRIETORSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 October 1843
NEWVSPAPE1 PROIRIIETORSHIP. Tus Editor of " The Weekly, legiste'" is mias taken when he states, in his last number, that the present Editor t f the * Morning Chronicle" has made an Amdavit of being the legal Proprietor of this Publication. The Editor has made ao sack offidavit-has no pecuniary interest whatever in the' "O Chronicle," except that of having advanced about . one hundred pounds to pay the debts of " the late Australasian Chronicle"-he has given his spare time and his unpretending talent towards its support, and expects no earthly return for the same.
English Extracts. DESTRUCTION OF THE GREENWICH PIER. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 October 1843
-o DESTRUCTION OF TIlE OREENWVICH PI EI'. -o-s (Ftom the British Queen.) On Tuesday morning, between nine and ten o'clock, the inhabitants in the vicinity of the stone pier at Greenwich were alarmed by a loud report, like tihe explosion of a piece of artillery, succeeded, within a few seconds, by the announcement that the pier was falling. At the time several people were on tile pier, as it gave way, and others were on a barge which is moored in front, who were in a state of consternation. From the best examination that could be made, the damage has extended itself to at least three.fifths of tie entire length, which is 330 feet, and it in in depth, from the bottom of the piles, 80 feet. The crash which created the alarm occurred through the sprioging of one of the immense piles which are in front of tile pier, and support the brick. work and masonry, to which they are clasped by bars of iron let into the stone work. A previous breaking away of a part of the pier took place at four ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 October 1843
NOTICE TO AGENTS. trHOSE whose names appeared in the imprint of the late " Austral. asian Chronicle," as duly accredited Agents. are requested, and hereby authoriscd, to collect all Accounts due,. in their respective districts, to " The Morning Chronicle," from the 1st of October instant. Mrt. THOMAS - HIGGINS is authorised to collect the accounts for Sydney, and he will give receipts, signed by MRt. MICHAEL D'ARCY, the Publisher of the " Chronicle."
Original Correspondence. WOLLOMBI. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 October 1843
WVOLLO MIr. MNe. Entron--To pass a dull hour, and to make it good for trade, I consume a little of the midnight oil in the perusal of your patriotic journal. Onu particular paragraph attracted my attention the other evening, which related to reducing the number of paid magistrates. In the list I discovered the name of a gentleman whom I sincerely respect, it was that of Francis Allman, Esq., late magistrate at Campbelltown. I can vouch for the respect paid to this gentlemen while in H.1M1.'s 48:h regiment, exclusive of the very high regard entertained for hint by the inhabi. rants of Campbelltown, where he resided nearly seven years. See how honorably he acquitted him. self in the magisterial chair by the testimonial of re spect presented to him by a voluntary subscription of nearly two hundred pounds, and the general regret entertained at his departure. 1 merely mentiou the above to show what a con. trast there is between the above district and the love of the inhabitants towards t...
Irish Intelligence. REPEAL DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 October 1843
IEPEAL DINNEIL At a dinner which was given to Daniel O'Connell, Esq, M.P., at the Commercial Inon, Mallow, County of Cork, on the litb of Junoe, the honorable and learned gentleroan rose and was received with most tremendous bursts of applause, which were repeated at least a dozen times. After a lapse of some mi nutes, when order had been restored, the learned gentleman proceeded to speak as follows a-The time is come when we must be doing. Gentlemen, you may soon learn the alternative to live as slaves or to die as freemen (hear, and tremendous cries of - we'll die freemen," mingled with cheers). No, you will not be freemen if you be not perfectly in the right, and your enemies in the wrong (cries of e' so they are"). I think I perceive a fixed dispo sition on the part of some of our Saxon traducers to put us to the test. The efforts already made by thern have been most abortive and ridiculous. In the amidst of peace and tranquility they are covering over our land with tloops. Yes,...
GRAND TEMPERANCE FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 October 1843
GIIAND TEiMPEIRANCE FESTIVAL. -0 This brilliant affair came off on Monddy evening last, in the Catholic school room, Castlereagh-street, which had been elegantly and appropriately fitted up for the occasion. As early as seven o'clock the room prevented a galaxy of beauty and fashion, such as we have seldom seen omet together in public demonstration of the principles of Temperance. Amongst the nueme:ous and fashionable assembly we nctced the following:-Tne Risght Worsalipful the Mayor of Sydney, J. It. llrenan, Esq., J. P., Dr. Hlarnett and party, Alderman Malcdermott and. and Mls. and the Miss Smatls, Dr. Savage, the Rev Nicholas Coffee, the lRev. Mr. Dunne, Mr. Coun" rillor Flood, Mr. Councillor Smidmors and party, Mr. and Mrs. Coyle and party; indeed our space will not allow us to enumerate a tithe of thtose who honored tihe festivities of the evening with their pre. sence. At seven o'clock the fine band of St. Patrick's Society struck up " Patrick's Day"; and shortly aftervwards ...
Maitland. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 October 1843
fAlattlanb. -o (Fromn the Maitland Mercmuy.) StNoLro rTON.-IThe weather conlitues very fioe, and particularly favourable for bringng to maturity the beautiful wheat crops every where to be seen in. this district; the early sown is already turning brown, and we should think perfectly safe from hot. and blighting winds. J nnt a PLAsNS.-The wheat' looks well, and: some will be fit for the sickle at the end of the month. There rowould be employment in this nigh. bourhood for a good number of hands for the next six weeks, at remunerative wages. MrVswELLnnoon.-The crops are looking well,, and we have every promise of a cheap and abundant supply of the necessaries of life for the ensuing year. Thris as a source of great comfort to us, for I know nout what would become of the people in this district had a draught occurred such as we experienced four years ago. Sheep shearing has comnenced. The average price given for shearing is 2s. 3d. per score, and what is termed a dry ration, viz., 10 l...
ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 October 1843
ENGLISH NEWS. YESTBHDAY we were surprised by the unusual and gratifying announcement of the arrival of three vessels from England. By the lHydrabad, from .London,.we have received our usual files of papers up to othe 30th June, from which we shall make copious extracts in our next. The two arrivals from Liverpool are of earlier dates, viaz., the 3rd and 6th June. We may, however, daily expect others of a more recent date.
ST. MARY'S BELLS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 October 1843
ST. MARY'S BELLS. THa admirers of there " Bells" will be glad to learn that about one half of the "Ourds" have been filled up, and the amount duly paid in to the Treasurers. As the work of the "Towes" is being rapidly carried on, and the Contractor having bound himself to the completion of the mason work by the 1st of December, we beg'to remind those who hold " Cards" to be quick in their kind exertions to have them filled up. There call be a meeting of the friends and contributors to the "Tower" fund on next Sunday, after " Vespers," to receive subscip. tionss,and to report progress.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 October 1843
AGE NTS FOIL THlE OLiltONIOLE. Parramatta, Mr. Reynolds Wollongong, Mr. Edward Corrigon Bathurst, Mr. It. 4o0o9s Goulburn, Mr. Henry Thompson Hobart Town, MR. John itegqn Hokianga, Mr. '. Poynton 5Maitland, Air. Dee oudgee, Mr. E. Sampson Uaumpbelltown, Mr. Mulhol!and Windsor, Mr. James Cassidy Bungonla, Mr. Edwaid Hughes. Wollombi, Mr. Michaol Byrne Published in Ithe UaCtd KMngdom .b Mr, Jones, 63, Paternosterrrow, London Mr. W. J. Battorsby, 5, issex-bridge, L'arlt?at ment.street, Dublin. Sydnnr I lruuted and Publishad by MIOHAEl D'ARCOY,o Georp..stret, t the Ohrntletllece, Oeor stlreIL
IMPOUNDED. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 October 1843
Is~'OUNDaD. At Concord, on the 3rd instant-one light brown and white poley cow, near ear notched, branded JD off rump, apparently AD eloff shoulder. Alo, on the 9th instant-one black entire horse, aged, long tail, branded C or D near shoulder, brand o: neck, near side, not legible. If not claimed, they will be sold on the 6thI of November. O10s At Hartley, ith October-one chestnut male, 13 hands high, a snip down the face, a little white under the off hind fetlock, not branded ; one bay horse, a foal by her side, small star on the forehead, not branded. If not claimed within 21 days from this date, they will be sold. At Cassilsa, 28th September-one dark brown coloured filly, two years old, branded IS on near side, small white star on forehead. If not released on or before the 25th October, it will be sold. [2s At Nepeau Pound, 29th September-one light strawberry poley cow, branded \VL near hip, has had her off fore leg broken. If not released on or before the 27th instant, she will ...
Legislative Council. MONDAY, OCTOBER 16. The SPEAKER took the chair at half past three. MISDEMEANOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 October 1843
Btgt0tc1atfle (DroufILT -0_ lloNnAr, OcTonan 16. The arpcAen took the chair at half past three. MISDEMEANOUR. The ArTOasNYaGENBHAL gave notice that he should, on Tuesday, move for leave to bring in abill on the subject of misdemeanour. QUIT IRENTS. The CoL.. SacRnnAnY laid upon the table two returns in answer to an address of the house agreed to on the motion of the honorable member for Dur. ham. From these returns it appeared that the num. her of distresses issued during the last year was seven ; the total amount levied for £570 is Bd, and the total amount realised £269 Is 6d. Tihe returns also speceified the description of property sold. WOLLONGONG BItEAKWATE-. Mr. Trrnsnr presented a petition from the inha. bitants of the district of Wollongong, praying that the council would make some further provision than had been made for the completion of the Breakwater at Wollongong. The petitioners complained that the evidence given by the Colonial Engineer had led the council into an erro...
MONDAY, OCTOBER 16. (Before the same.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 October 1843
MONDAYv, Ocraone 16. (fufore the sam?.) InTo the estate of Benjamiu Hopkins, a special meeting was held, but no claims were proved. In the estate of James Smith, a single meeting was held, and the claim of H. Nolan for 221 proved. In the estate of Robert l'od, ia second meeting was held, and the following claims proved: D. Jones and Co., 1581 3s Sd; the Polynesian Company, 38001; thie estate of J. J. Peacock, 5081 17s 8d ; It. Daere, 2171 2. 10d; J. Vickery, 3801 Ids 3d. 'The sneeting adjourned till two o'clock on Friday. In the estate of Edward Sparke, senior, a second meeting was held, and the following clai:us proved: H. Crimp, 61 Is 8d ; E. J. Cury'aestate, 61 10s. In the estate of James Moore, a sntogle meeting was held, and tee following claims were proved a P. Elliott, 301 4s; H1. Murray, 31 6s, In the estate ol Stephen Smitb, a single meeting was held, and the following claims were proved: F. W. Robinson, 31; William Wareley, 61 10s; 1. Green, 251 12s; P. Long, 181 10a; F. F...
INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. SATURDAY OCTOBER 14. (PROOF OF CLAIM before the Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 October 1843
INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. ---0--- SATURDAY OCTOBER 14. (PROOF OF CLAIMS before the Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates). In the estate of A. B. Spark, a second meeting was held, and the following claims were proved : C. L. Runker, of Hamburgh, 583l 15s 10d; R. Campbell, jun., 200l; James Hunt, 871 2s; H.O. &nbsp; Ayrnoe, 9311 Ia Id ; the estate of V. Jacob, dec., 1051 7sa o ; the Hlank of Au:tralia, 37,9021 14s 2d; G. Hurkin, 251 tUs 8,; the Cnmmercial lbanking Company, 71 Ils 8d; Il. Campbell and A. ,'l.cay, 5601; the Union 1Jank, a contingent claimn, 33071 Itis. In the estate of Henry Francis Thompson, a third meeting was held, and the following claims proved: J, iee, 141 is5 9d ; It. Leftwich, 641. In the estate of Archibald Elliott, a third meeting was held, and the following claims proved t J. W. ltrowae, 921 9s; J. Kullick, 1201 6s 7d. In the estate of Thomas Joseph Walford, a single meeting was held, and the following claims proved : W. J. Pelham, 251 5s 4d; D. Allen, ...
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13. SCOTS CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 October 1843
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13. SCOTS CHIIUIICH. .Dr. TuoxtsoN brought up thereport of the-select committee on the Scots church. Report and evidence ordered to be printed. *WATEIt POLICE. Dr. NICHsoLsoN presented a petition from the commanders and owners .of vessels lying in, and trading to, Port Jackson, praying that the contem plated abolition of the water police act might be carried into effect. The petition was respectfully worded, and amongst the numerous signatures at tached to it, were those of some of thlse most respect ' able merchants in Sydney, and of the shipmasters: belonging to every vessel in the harbour except the small coasting craft, Tlhepetition was read at length, and afterwards, upon motion being made, was ordered to be received and printed. VOTE OF THANKS TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVEIINOI. Mr. WanvonrsT, in pursuance of the notice. which he gave on Thursday, moved that an address be presented to his Excellency the Governor, to. thank his Excellency for his ready compliance w...
Legislative Council. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12. (Concluded from our last publication) MELBOURNE CORPORATION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 October 1843
.gi.,laCtibe Counc - il.. THunssnAY, OcrtnFs 12. (Concluded from our last publication ) MELBOURNE CORPORATION. In answer to a question from Dr. Lang, The COL. SECII1TAY said that he was not aware that the government intended, or was in a position, to do anything more than had been done in aid of the Melbourne corporation. The whole matter was a very simple one0 by an act of council, incorpora ting the town of Melbourne, it was en ae'ed, that a certain sum should be given in aid of the town for police expenses, and another sum in and for other purposes; at the time the act was passed, no ob. jection was made on the part of Melbourne; end tn pursuance of the act, the government made ad. vances to meet the current expenditure; but whren the Melbourne Corporation was called upon to prr,. vide their share, they refused to make any conttibu. tion whatever towards site police expenses; and the only course left to the government was to repay it self, for the advanees already malde, out of t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 October 1843
RAstract of gales bhb fluctfot: Advertised to this paper, which take place before our neat publlcoation THIS DAY. Mr. S. Lyons, at Campbell's wharf, at 12, gunny bags, rice, and woolpacks. lfr. Stubbs, at the mart, at 12, horned cattle, sta tion, &c. Also, shares in the Bank of Austral alia. Also, shares in the General Assurance Company, Union Bank, &c. TO-MORROW. eMr. S. Lyons, at matr, at 11, the brig Sir Archibald Campbell. lMr. Chapman, at his City Sale Rooms, at II, stock in trade of a drug establishment. FRIDAY. 1lr. Clhapman, on the premises, household furniture. IIST' OF 1)ADD'IIONAL SUIH SCRIPTIONS for the Erection of St. Patrick's Church, Sydney :-Sunday Evening, 15th October, 1843. £ s..dd. Mir. John Alton ...;.,., 0 3 0 John Hart 0...... 0 2 0 Patrick Cuff ..0.., 2 "6 Edward Conyngham ........ 0 6 0 James Shaunessy ....... 0 6 0 John Kean ........ 0 0 James Fitzpatrick .... .... 0 1 0 Master George Curtis's weekly collection 0 1 1} Vm. Cri's ditto ..........
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 October 1843
ARRIVALS. October 15.-From Macao, having left the 22nd July, the ship Gondolier, 437 tons; Oliver, with tea, &c. Passenger, Mr. Hutchinson. 16.-From Hobart Town, having left on the 6th instant, the brig Caroline, 113 tons, Lesalle, with grain, &c. Passengers-Mrs .Turner and two daugh- ters, Messrs. T. Greenslade, Lee, Daley, and Lewis. 16.-From Adelaide, having left the 7th instant, the brig Emma, 121 tons, Sproul, with sundries. Passenger, Mr. Tremore. 16.- From Hobart Town, having left the 8th in- stant, the barque Asiatic, 404 tons, Barlow, with government stores. Passengers-Captain Reid and Ensign Riley, of the 99th regiment, Dr. Sinclair, R.N., Ensign Young, 80th regiment, 56 rank and file, 7 women, and 10 children of the 99th, and 15 rank and file of the 80th regiment. 17.--From London, having left the Downs the 4th July, the ship Hydrabad, 694 tons, Alexander Robertson, master, in ballast. Campbell, Hill, and Co., agents. Passengers-Capt. Snodgrass, Lieut. Cly...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 18 October 1843
THE MOUSTACHE. - A gentleman never affects military air or costume if he is not a military man, and even then avoids professional rigidity and swagger as much as possible; he never sports spurs or a riding whip, except when he is upon horseback, contrary to the rule observed by his antagonist, the snob, who always sports spurs and riding whip, hut who never mounts higher than a threepenny stride on a Hampstead donkey. Nor does a gentleman ever wear a moustache, unless he belong to one of the regiments of Hussara, or the Household Cavalry, who are alone ordered to display that ornamental exuberance. Foreigners, military or non-military, are recognised as wearing hair on tihe upper lip with propriety, as it is the custom of their country ; but no gentleman here thinks of such a thing, any more than he would think of sporting the uniform of the l0th rl useass. l'here is an affectation among the vulgar clever of wearing the moustache, which they clip and cat a la Vandyjke. This is usefu...