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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 October 1846
' "·tlpptn ilj , ARRIVALS. October 10.- Dorset, brig, 82 tons, Captain Walsh, from Port Adelaide the 3011O ultimo.- Pas sengers-Mrs. Walsli, : Mr. and; Mrs. Peek, Mrs: Conolly and child, Mr. Souerbier. Mr. Harvey. aid two children, ,liss Mackenzie, Mr. E. Reed, and Mi. J. Judge. 10.--Olinda,,brig, 220 tons, Captain Crickmay, from Manila, the 21st June. Passenger-Mr. \V. C. Botts. 1 1.--Tamar, steadier, 130 tons, Caq;ptin Allen, from Moreton Bay the 9th instant. Passengers- Mr. Morgan. Mr. " Campbell, Mr. Dennis, Mrs. Callaghan and child,. Messrs. Maxwell, Cameron, Rooke, Condon, Browne, Williams,.Henney, and Crow. 11.- William" the Fourth, steamer, 52 tons, Captain Wiseman, from the Clarence River the 9th instant. Passengers-Captain and Mrs. Couch, Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Ray, Miss Alderson, and twelve in the steerage. 12.-Bombay, ship, 400 tons, Captain Moore, from Greenock the 4th of May. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Somerville, Mr. and Mrs. Lamont, son, and daughter, Miss Macfarlane, Mr. A....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 October 1846
.r-_ .tr. .. Ne Yaes ~'n D t , Aur alie, 1N.,i r :ealand..rdid Indif";:!a, t. rv.I .; n ScinJaond;r arr d Ireiot iý hC:,Qeorlfr The.Sytlney Chronicleý is p.,,she 'ioic a4 e)Con e nsdo en" Lcray ntdis Southe cica'~e hrughut ew oui nK~R. Vn land, ' LadSo"h'--rai- 2Ne Zalad ar dIndandoad i *nlan SBlatd hldIreand-cA.' ' '3iaatDcclmbera 'whici ashic.h eriod s':riaubscrers ec decline irceaaginiS;'qijter )inf tiihambimnsi'due.....4daertier's h1ioid mark on each a:rehte*iieiNut, the numnaberwfinse tin re uired;,ootheuiair q %.APY are cotinued;'eairio" mudiscontinueAr alteradoerrlirslr ust .beseqrsin befor.,,sia ocloc (omAhee *.,inf Tuesdao anday rida; ,bu~tnew advert isemdne' areretaceT tiUuiz o'c latkos theevening eifore'putfaicaiaton.-Altiisu cions* mul ven nwitit in werit a. ters ost annum... .. n IN THEif tlct'tle followng ruls wi 1N SYD E'Thlie Sialscrzptzon is 1Ter Sliil-iins 'per 'quarter o' Two ?ounds per IN THE COUNTRY-The Suisc'riij= tionii is Teni Shillings anid' Sixpence, per qu...
Legislative Council. FRIDAY, OCT. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 October 1846
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.__FRIDAY, OCT. 9. &nbsp; The SPEAKER took the chair at the usual hour. REVIVAL OF TRANSPORTATION &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Mr. WENTWORTH gave notice that he would &nbsp; &nbsp; on Tuesday, move for a select committee for the purpose of considering the despatch, dated the 30th April, 1846, received by his Excellency Sir C. A. Fitz Roy from the Secretary of State, respecting the revival of transportation to this Colony. : SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1846. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The COLONIAL TREASURER gave notice &nbsp; &nbsp; that he would on Wednesday, lay before the house, the supplementary estimates for the year 1846. PARLIAMENTARY AGENT. The SPEAKER laid upon the table a letter from &nbsp; the Hon. F. Scott, parliamentary agent for the Coloony, dated June 1st, 1846, which was ordered to be printed. &nbsp; &nbsp; CIRCUIT COURTS. &am...
GEORGE-STREET MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 October 1846
' GEnOR, r.STR,?ET M?tRKET. SA?T BurTTma-5 cwt. of salt butter sold during the week ut'this market,at ls 3d to Is 5d per lb : BAC?ON'--Two tons of bacoln were disposed of at, 5d. to7d per lb., wholesale. :, "Cs?ESiSENo sales'to'report. VEBTAinLEs- 5' loads of vegetables paid dues 'during the wreek, for the price of which see market. note. Russ -In this article a considerable reduction in price has taken place, samples having been disposed of yesterday at 4s. to 4s. Sd. per gallon, 8 0.P .. SBaNDY. Thle high price which this article has maintain'ed for a considerable time, has also given way.? Inferior samples put info casks bearing Martell's brands, have been palmed upon the trade. laittetly,;but' the ruse being detected they.will not: now sell. at any price.r Good samples are worth 6s. 9d. to'7s; Gd:;
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 October 1846
-0 t ARRIVALS.te;; g; October 13:?Ramler, schooner. 3 tons, Capi tain .Goldswprthy, from'n. Twofold ]Bay :Passengere 13. VTelocsy , schooners- 133. tons,, ; aptiuib Pockle;y from 'ort?.Phillip the '9ti instant. Pas sengers-Messrs. Billeriwell, Aspinwall, Montefiore, W. H. Pockley P. Crone, and Jahn Austin. 13.-Lightnint g brig, 182 toaty, Captain Mellish, from Launceston.lle 8th lnstant:.; Java, ship, 1175 tons, O.C'ptain Parker, from London the 19th May, and Hohart Town the 8th instant: Passengers-Major Pihience,. Captain De Tetshter, Captain Young, Capt.in Barrie, Captain Wolfe, Captain Murray, Mrs. Murray, three daughters, and sun, Lieutenant Cuthbert, Lieutenant M'Greger, Lieutenant Barnard, ieutenant Mayler, Ensigns, Drout, Ewen, Slay, M trshall, Dudgeon, Rhatigan, Dr. Prendergast, A asistant Surgeon Park, Paymaster Marshall, and 625 rank anl file of the .65th regiment; 8 women, .4 boys, and 3 girls. .14:-William, brig. 149 tons, Captain Thom, from Launceston the 10th instant. ...
THE PARTY PROCESSIONS BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 October 1846
THE PARTY PROCESSIONS BILL. THE cdnsideration of this Bill-in committee has been fixed for Wednesday next. It was:read a second time on Thursday, when the Colonial Secretary stated, that .it was the intention of the Attorney General to make some important amendments in it, which he thought would be of such a na ture as to give satisfaction to all parties. That the Bill requires many and great amendments, there can be no question ; for in its present shape, it would be the most oppressive measure upon the Catholics of the Colony,'that can well be conceived. It would interfere with the ceremonies of reli gion, both within and without the walls of our -Churches, and shackle us in such a manner, that we should be scarcely able to move without subjecting.ourselves to some of its penalties. We shall wait anxiously to see what the amendments proposed by the Attorney General are. We hope they may be such as will satisfy all parties. The Bill at present before the Council was, we think, unad...
HIS EXCELLENCY'S ANSWER. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 October 1846
HIS EXCELLENCY'S ANSWER. *Reverqnd Sir; I receive from your hands with much pleasure in your own name and that of yiur 1 tomaft Catholic Brethren of New South Wales, the very handsome slvler trowel now presented to me; and I feel myself much honoured in having been thus selected to make use of this- instrument inlaying, the first stone of the first Roman Catholic Chapel attempted to be erected in Australia.'` The.sentiments you have addressed to mqare congenial with my own, in the beneficial resultlto' be derived from the erection of the proposed edifice. It has been a great gratification to me to assist at the ceremony now performed : and I have every hope that the .onsideration of the British Govern ment in supplying the Romati Catholics of tlis Colony with established clergymen, will be the means of strengthening and augmenting (if that be possible) the attachment of the Catholics of New South W'ales to the British Government, and'will prove an indticement to them to continue as ...
MILITARY TEA MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 October 1846
MILITARY TEA MEETING. The privates and non-commissioned officers of the 11th Regiment, most of whom belong to the Adelaide Total Abstinence Society, invited their friends and the members of the Society to a social tea meeting, on Tuesday evening September 22nd, 1810. The arrangements were complete, and re fleeted great credit on the taste of the conductors. A portion of the great barrack room was appro priated, and neatly adorned for the occasion. At the entrance, the Union Jack stretched its broad folds across, and underneath a silk banner, with " Total Abstinence" written on it. An active, gay. young soldier escorted the guests to their seats, and politely attended. 'Tlhe pillars on each side were ornamented with three mtiskets and a half circle of bristling bayonets, withk.XPI" entwined among the leaves'; at the top of the-rooil sd large star of bay-. onets blazoned forth, surrounded with dine lights, and:the letter. V.R, Immediately.above,:a flag with seven words told the glorie...
Government Gazette. TUESDAY, OCT. 13. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 October 1846
-0 TUESDAY, OCT. 13.. 1MP5OUNDINOS. Singleton, Patrick's. Plains, on the 2d'October ratl and white poley steer, branded near rump JMI ; brindle heifer, white back and belly, branded ol' runip ; brown steer, branded near rump WS ; red and strawberry heifer, branded near shoulder like 4 over an indescribable brand; yellow steer, bald face, branded near shoulder like 4 and an indescri bable brand; brown steer, branded near rump ,. ol' rump 1P 0 TI under, car sli;, near ear notched; yellow female calf, white belly unbranded; straw berry steer, branded near rump RC, near shoulder a diamond; black bullock, white belly, branded IC' off rump, JE near.rump, JE near shoulder; light strawberry male calf, unbranded; red heifer, white back and belly, branded AB, ears slit ; strawberry steer, brown 'ears, If branded not legible; yellow and white female calf, branded like IN near rump; yellow helfer, cars notched, branded like TS or IIS near rump; damages 3d per head; yellow bullock, star in foreh...
Supreme Court. TUESDAY, OCT. 13. CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. Before his Honor the Chief Justice. MANSLAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 October 1846
* ;u1prellte (Court. TUESDAY, OCT. 13. CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. Before his Honor the Chief Justice. MANSLAUGHITER. Joseph Raynor was indicted for killing and slay. ing one Philip M'Annally, at Liverpool, on the 3rd September last, by casting him against the ground, and against a log of wood, as well as by beating kicking, an:l otherwise ill-treating him. Mr. Michie appeared for the prisoner. The-jury returned a verdict of guilty, with a recommendation to mercy; and the prisoner was sentenced to four months' imprisonment in Sydney gaol, the first and last week in solitary confinement. WOUNDING WITH INTENT TO MAIM. . Richard Edsall was indicted for having, at Syd. ney, on the 2nd of August last, stabbed one James Thlmpson 0n the forehead, with intent to do him some grievous bodily harm. The jury returned a verdict of guilty, and the: prisoner was remanded for sentence.. MANSLAUGHTER. Elizabeth Noble, of Queen's Place, Sydney, ass . indicted for killing and-slaying her infant child,' Ste...
CAMPBELL STREET MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 October 1846
CAMP-ELL SI'UKKL' ntRICKT. HAY-57 loads of hay were sold during the week at 51. to 71. per ton. STrAw---12 lbads.realised 4s. to 4s. od. per cwt. BEDDINO, 4s to 5s Od per load. FODDER, 4d to 7d per dozen. W?,\AT--In this article there is a slight decrease In price, and the late genial rains together with .the prospect of a plentiful harvest, will no doubt prevent, the " ilour gamblers" from taxing the pour, more than at present for the staff of life, which is indeed too high for the current rate of wages.
THE REV. P. B. GEOGHEGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 October 1846
THE REV. P. B. LJEOGHEGAN.. (From the Port Phillip Patriot.) On Friday evening a meeting was held in the School-house of the Roman Catholic Church, on business connected with the departure of the Rev. P. B. Geoghegan from this province. Some time before the appointed hour,-the rooris was densely crowded with parties, both male and female, anxious to pay a tribute of respect to the reverend gentle man, who, however, was not present on the occasion. Henry Moor, Esquire, having been voted to the chair, said that he appreciated the honour, and de lighted in the opportunity of expressing his sincere regret that the Rev. Mr. Geoghegan was about to leave us, and his admiration and respect for the character of that gentleman. It was some gratifi cation to him, not being one of the reverend gen tleman's congregation, that he should have been placed in the chair, and clearly sihowed that they had met from no dividqd religious feeling, but to testify their respect for one who had lived a long ...
INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. Before the Chief Commissioner. TUESDAY, OCT. 13. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 October 1846
INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. Before the Chief Commissioner. . TUESDAY, OCT. 13. PROOF OF CLAIMS. In the estate of James Mayne, a third meeting was held, at which the following claims were proved: Elizabeth Kelly, 281. 14s.; Edward Braderick, 81. 10s.; Jacob Inder, 141..4s. Gd.; Andrew Lenehan, 51. Os. Gld.; John Cooke, 201. 12s. The creditors present directed the assignee to sell the mortgaged properties (belonging to the estate), subject to the mortgages. In the estate of Joseph Webb, a single meeting was held, at which Bridget 'ownes proved a claim for:411. 19s. 4d. The meeting directed the assignee to sell ofFeverything belonging to the insolvent. ' THURSDAY-, OCT. 15. In the estate of William Cowan a single meeting; Edward Bones, 12s.; James Dunn, 1i. 15s 2d. CERTIFICATE. George and Emma Rowley, were opposed by Acton Sillitoc, on the ground that they had not conveyed some property to the trustee of their estates. As they. promised to do so in a month, their certificates were ordered ...
Sydney Markets. [CORRECTED OF TO LAST EVENING.] FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 October 1846
Sydney aVarkets. -o C oojtRRCTc'D OP TO L&ST'ItVRNINGO. FLOZ)It, ItVidAT. *o. " £ . d. £. F. d. •lIar.ine4. lot. lo'hs .... .... 0 17 0 to 0 18 0 Jitto:secoa Is), ditto .... .... 0 o 0 .. 0 Ul ) ittu (ration), ditto .... .... 0 13 0 .U 0 14 0 treal. r b to, .... .... 0 O 4 ...0 0 0 . Bistuit (due, ... .... 0 1 ... 1 2. 0 Ditto (secood), ditto l ..t .... ? 18 0 l.' I 0 0 Hay, W. ton ...-: .... ....'''- o 0' .. 710- 0o0: eltto(retail), Ipoc.t.-. .. .... 0 ;.'0 "8 `0 Wheat Straw, P' ot. ".... .... 0 4 0 .. 0 4. Fodder, per dozen .;.. ... ....O t0 4 .. 0 U 7 Bedding, per load .... .. ... 0 4. 0 .. 0. 0 0 Wheat, Colonial, 1' bushel .... 0 3 0 .. 0 0 3 Barley,.ditto . ....... .... 00 0 0 . 0 ) 0 Ditto, Cape, ditto ..;; .. .... 0 0 0 .. 0 0 0 Outs, )" bushel (wholesale) .... 0 4.0 .. 0 5 0 Ditto,ditto(retail)... . ..... o 0 0 .. 0 0 0 Maize, ditto (wholesale) .... .... 0 4 3 .. 0 4 4 Ditto, dtto (retuil).... ........ 0 5 0 .. - 0 0 0 Bran, l bushel .. .... .... 1 3 . 0 1 ' ISUTCIIi...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 October 1846
Oaxosr or NswsPAPaIs;t-. Makind are indebted to the wisdomi of Qeein Elizabth aniid the prudence of Birleigh for tliefirst printedl newspaper. It wah entitled the English Alercurie, ahd was, by aiutho rity, " imprintld at London .by;her highness's printer, 1588:'. The earliest number prieserved in the British Museum Librar?, dated uly 23, in that: year, containi the usual intelligence, givpn afteritheo fashion of the Londofs Gazette of the present day. In these ilercuirie iwe meet with advertisements of bIolos, aiid they differ not very much from the an nouncements of our own time. During the civil wars, pieriodical papers; ite ,chapnplions of the two parties,, became more generally circulated, and were edited. by writerslof ability : among tse principal; we may, name Marchamont Needham, Sir John Birkenhead,; and Sir Roger L'Estrange. At the restoration; the. proceedings of parliament were interdicted to 'be published, unless by authority; and; the first dally: paper, after the revo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 October 1846
" > OTICE OF REMOYAL. ? -* Office of this Journal is removed J from this date, to No. 133, King street East, next door to Mr. Brown's,. Grocer, where all communications are re quested to be addressed. Chronicle Office, Sydney, Oct. 3, 1846.5 GE. E LONG. IR. JOHN MURPHY has been an pointed Agent for this Journal in ·the above district. Chronicle Office, Oct. 6th, .1846. CLARENCE TOWN AND DUNGOG. RR. TlHOM AS TIERNEY has been ' "appointed Agent for dlis Journalin the above districts. • Chronicle Office, Oct. 6th, 1846..
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 October 1846
MARRIED, By special license, at St. Mary's Church, Sydney, October 13, 1846, by the Rev. Mr. Farrelly, Mr. John Carroll, Superintendent of Quarantine Station, Spring Cove, to Catherine, only daughter of Mrs. Bridget Adams, late of the county of Limerick, Ireland. &nbsp;
Legislative Council. TUESDAY, OCT. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 October 1846
TUESDAY, OCT. 13. The SPEAKER took the chair at the usual hour. ' lBARRlSTERS AND ATTORNEYS FEEB. : r. J.OWE gave .notice that lie would orq Frl .d!ay. move an adiress to his Excellency t~e Govern.r, ,requesting that he would be pleased to place on the esitmimates a sum to re-lmburse ,barristers and attor ,pey foF fees paid by them for admission , tihe Su-' preme Couirt, from 3rd August, .1842, ;to the 2,d .April, 1846. PARTY PROCESSIONS IILL. - Mr.'LOWE presented a petition fropl t!he War .den, Council, amid Brethren of the Astralasiqp Holy Catholic. Guild of St.::Mary and St. Joseph, praying that the House would either totally' reject ithe Bill for,preventing Party Processions, or so far -i mmfyit,as to secure them in the uninterrupted performance of their duties in attending the-rites of their Church an I time funerals of the deceiased Brethrenhre, in. Guild costume, apd in iolding their meetings without molestationi. The petit?op was ,read pind.received. JOHIN HAMILTON. Mr. MACA...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 17 October 1846
R"ET'J n N TFAMSA . r uYF E ndorsiguned have. just received (' 'I). (ive htundred boxes Raisins, very suit. able for persons living some distance in the interior,. They have also oh hauid, a heavy stock of good Ration =Sugar, - Hysonskin -Tea, and Groceries generally, together with Rum, Brandy,G in, Wines, and Bottled or Draught Beer. . A.SORES, PITT-STREET, (LATELY BETTS AND PANTON'S) ALSO, GEORGE-STREET. 3831 It. PORTER & S. PEEK. RECOMMENDED BY THE FACULTY. .MARZETTI'S PALE ALE AND. BROWN STOUT. 500 FIVE Hundred Dozen of Mar= zetti's justly celebrated Pale Ale and Porter, in four dozen packages, now landing, in fine order. The Ale is bottled expressly for this climate, and can be strongly recommended to INVALIDS. The Stout is most refreshing and strengthening. HENRY FISHER, City Depot, Corner of King and George-streets. October -14. 3832 B ELL'S IIFE of this day, contains a J -variety of Intelligence, both Foreign and Domestic,comprising-The late Municipal Dinner Police R...