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THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 28, 1846. RENEWAL OF TRANSPORTATION SQUATTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 28 October 1846

TH.E SYDNEY CHRONICLE. W'EDNESDAY?, OCT. 28, ,1846. RENEWA'L OF TRANSPORTATION. SQUATTING. IN continuance of our last brief notice of the proceedings at the late Jiiblic meeting, it is considered to be advantageous to the cause we -enthusiastically .adopt.; that we should make ample reference to some pre ceding portion of our career as public writers, promulgating and advocating the opinions of no inconsiderable section .of the Colonists of New South Wales. It is not only desirable that we should allude to and explain.our previous observa tions on the revival of Transportation, since the question was proposed'ly. the -Right Honorable Secretary f-or -the consideration of the Colony, but to such other doctrines that we have uniformly upheld, as now bear with powerful effect on this subject of ab sorbing interest. In the'first place, we hope to.palliate the error into which we acknowledge ourselves to have fallen, by the -statement of facts not so thoroughly known, ahd .'dnsideredp as ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 28 October 1846

Shipping Intelligence   -0 ARRIVALS. October 23.-Mary Ann, sclooner, 52 tons, Captain Clapham, from Port Nicholson the 29th September, and Queen Charlotte's :Sound the 7th October. Passengers--Mr. Prescott, Mr. and Mrs. Phelps, and Mr. and Mrs. Hodges and child. 23.--t dlliam'the Fourth, steamer, 52 tons, Captain Wiseman, from the Clarence River the 22nd instant. Passengers-Mr. Hill, and four in the steerage. 25.-Tamar, steamer, 130 tons, Captain Allen, from Moreton Bay the 22nd instant. Passengers Mr. Thompson, Mr. Slade, Captain Pike, Mr. Le Britton, Mr. Little, Mr. Crowder, Miss Dutton, Mr. Ashole, Mr. Shea, Mr. Sloane, six prisoners and a constable. 25.-Cheviot, whaling barque, 258 tons, Captain Mansfield, from the Whale Fishery. 25.-Eliza Ann, American barque, 370 tons, Captain Chever, from Hobart Town the 17th Oc tober. Passenger-Captain Taylor, Mr. Nelson, and 31 laboures s. 25.-Louisa, brig, 182 tons, Ciiptain Millton, from Hobart Town the 13th instant. Passenge...

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AN ENGLISH VILLAGE CHURCH IN THE FOURTEENTH CENTURY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 28 October 1846

AN ENGLISH 'VILLAGE CHURCH IN THE FOURTEENTH CENTURY. (From The Church Restorers, a Tale, by F. A. PAYLEY.) Time had'long laid the bones of Sir Aubrey in the grave which he had prepared for their reception. For many a year cressets were kept burning night and day over his tomb and. that of the Abbess his daughter; and daily mass was said by a priest for tile repose of their souls. At all hours the doors of the church were kept open, so that the people might have free access to the house of prayer. Often you might have seen a solitary form kneeling, .on the floor of the nave (for none but the clergy might enter the chancel) or pacing the dint aisle, now paved with many a Lombardic coflin-stone, and inlaid with many a shining brass. A hundred years had passed since the consecration of the church ; but they had not brought either neglect or decay; on the contrary, each possessor of the castle seemed to think it his duty to mak csome improve ment, or add some enrichment to his parish ch...

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INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23. Before the Chief Commissioner. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 28 October 1846

INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS " FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23. Before the Chief Commissloner a. PROOFOPOLAIMS. - .Ip the estate of Henry.Yickers, a g.ingtlea5opins~. Henry Ferris, 51. 3s. MONDAY,. OCT.. 220 1?. In the estate of Edwin Morgan, alsngleaasetiDg I Bead and Lucat, 181. 5s..; John Redgate, 5DL8i. NEW INSOLVENT. The estate of Patricki M'Manus, of Market-stret, Sydney, was sequestrated on Monday, and Edsnli Knox appointed official assignee. BENEVOLENT ASYLUM.-We stated some time back that a large sum'of money had been paid into the plolioe office, in the shape of finEs for drunkenness, which should 'Ihave been handed odr to the Benevolat Asylum, though nothing of thI kind has been done. Mr. Nichols brought the. matter before the notice of, the magistrates. It will be seei`'of what serious advantages the Benevolent Society have been deprived, when we mention that the sum of money which the authorities should have handed over to them exceeds seven hundred pounds/ IBREACH OP THE PEACE.--A man na...

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Legislative Council. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23. The SPEAKER took the chair at half-past three. DEFENCE OF THE HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 28 October 1846

ilegitlattl e 'tonlitl. -o FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23. 'The SPEAKER took the chair at half-past three. DEFENCE OF TI I HARBORB. Mr. COWPER wished to ask the Colonial Secre tary, whether any steps had been taken by thie go Vernment with reference id o the defenceless state of 'the harbour. The COLONIAL SECRETARY said, the subject had frequently been under the consideration of the local government, and it had been brought under the notice of the lome-government, who had placed a sum of money on the Parliamentary estimates for the ensuing year, for the purpose of fortifying the harbour; and the local government was only wait ing for their determination upon it. MS,. KINCHELA. 'Mr. BLAND moved that an address-be-preseated to his Excellency the Governor, requesting that a Ssum not exceeding 1001. ayear, be placed on the estimates as a pension for the widow of the late Mr. Justice Kminchela. The motion was opposed by Mr. 'Lamb. Mr. SCowper, Mr. Allen, and Mr. Dangar, chiefly ontlie ground that if...

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New Zealand. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 28 October 1846

~cbl Ztalana. -o (From the Wellington Independent, Oct. 3.) Two parties, consisting altogether of twenty men, well armed, arrived in Wanganui on the 18th Sep tember, from Kalataua, the uppermost settlement on this river, with tihe intention 'of joining E'Muku, but returned immediately on learning that he was daily expected.her e. Iwikau arrived from Wellington on the21lst., ac companied by Pakeru, Tahau. and some of E'Muku'a natives, they left the last named chief at Rangatiki ; lie and Pakeru had become reconciled. About the same time, a party of Ngatikahunas arrived on a friendly visit, bringing with them as a present two kegs of gunpowder which they obtaihed from a whaling station on the East coast. A number of pigs belonging to Mr. Churton were seized by the rebels at Rangatiki, but Te Kawana, a friendly chief of that place, recovered them, and sent thein back to Wanganul. On Thursday evening, the 24th,E' Muku arrived with eighteen. men,-a dozen women, and several children; thle...

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Original Correspondence. To the People of New South Wales. (Per favour of the Sydney Chronicle.) 26th October, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 28 October 1846

S: rinal n~l~Towre0O.lplo.llcb . - b the People of New South Wales. (Per favour-of the Sydney Chronicle.) 20th October, 1840. '!.Fiction is strange-but truth is stranger still." --B RON. 'TuE above-ismy motto. 'Impressed with thevalue of its meaning, I take the liberty of addressing you on subjects of vital importance 'to yourselves, and to your posterity. Regardless of what others ,may feel, or think, who are-deeply interested in de ceiving and debasing you, 1 stand forward to speak the truth.fearlessly and boldly. .The s.ubject I have undertaken to discuss is the :great Squatting question, simply in its tendencies .and.results. An attentive observer may readily -draw the conclusion .from the aspect of affairs re .lating to this topic, that a crisis in.the.social.state .of this Colony is. not very. remote, which-will decide .whether we and our posterity are to be freemen or -slaves. Should the people be unanimous in uphold "log their rights as free-born subjects of the British empi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 28 October 1846

SThe ydne 'ronicle" is published twice a week on ednedoay. and. Sturda; and is extensively circulated trougout New South Wales, anDiemen'Land, South Australia New Zealand, and India; and inEngland, Scoland, ad Ireland.- The Quarters end on e 31st rch 30th June, 30th September, annd 31st December; at which periodst onjy subscribers cun decline receiving it, after paying She. amount daue.-Advertsers ,should mark on each. advertisement the number of insaertions required; otherwisea ehey ai?'continued ilcunters? d Olders o discontinue or alter advertisements must be sent in before six o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday and Friday; but new advertisements are received till six olk onea a r en the even bere publication.- I d instructions; n ust be given in writingd-, and aeot e ti nerma . Ord to n in u ?"ll't II ,? m |n um ,p a.. . .. NOTICE. TpHE SUBSCRIBERS to this. Paper, .1 and the Publie in general, are respect fully informed, thet the following.rules will in fhture be strictly adhere...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 28 October 1846

SUBSCRIPTION LIST FOR THE IRISH RELIEF' FUND. £ s. d. Mrs. J. Vardy, omitted Inthe Campbell, Town List 1..... I 0 0 Mr. James Garvey, Parramatta ...... 1 0 0 Collected at Newcastle and Stockton., Collected at Charity Sermon, at Christ Church, Newcastle ..... 3 6 8 Mr. Henry Usher .... .. 1 .0 John Smith ...... 5 0 0 George Plunkett ;.... I" 0 0 William Page ...... 1 II 0 .Thomas .Buton .....1 0 0 J. B. Hewson ...... 0 10 0 'Thomas McCormack ..... 0 10 0 James Farquharson .. . 10 0 Doctor Stacey 1...... 0 0 Mr. Peter Moody ... 0 10. 0 Henry.Whyte 0..... 10 0 Alexander Brdwn . 1 10 0 S Holt, 2nd subscription ...... O "5 0 Patrick Kennedy .....0.. 0 10 0 Thomas Harrison, 2nd subscription 0 5 0 J. MPCall 0 ..... .0 Thomas 'Hughes .. 0 10' 0 James Cusack- ...... 0 5 0 Burchel and Brunnel ...... 0 -2 0 George.Tully ..... 0,10 0 Michael Tully . ..... 0 10, 0 Alexander Levingston ...... 0 10 0 Major Crummer ...... 0 10 0 Mr. Simon Kemp ..... 1 0 0 Charles Bolton ...... 1 0 0 Rev. C. V. Dowl...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 October 1846

IMPOUNDI5NOI.G Berrima, on the 12th instant,by Mr. I~yi?i,4 the Cross Roads--working bullock or stag, yeltwu. sided, a bite back and face, part of a hobble on f(ore foot, illegible brand off rump; yellow and whily bullock, cocked horns, bra?ded. JA, 3 under, rump. Also, on the 18th, by Mr. West-red an4d, Ae heifer, about eighteen months old, illegible bl.ad otff rump; red and white cow and a bull calJ;Iil~ gible brand off rump. Also, fronm te estatafal, Oxley, Esq., on the 20th instant-black fily,a .n star on forehead, long tail, branded apparently near shoulder, apparently 9 off' shoulder, about t4 years old, 14 hands high. If not.released ibka 24 days from this date, they will be sold. [121. Gunning, on tlhe 17th Octoberfrom the esated Mr. J Kennedy, near Gunning-bay horse, bait down the face, bang tail,, black points, 16hunb high, four yecars old, br.tnded No. 22 near. slotlr. If notipr sly released will be sold on th.eli?f November. ', c9. dl Narellan, on, the. 17th.October, by ...

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Government Gazette. TUESDAY, OCT. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 October 1846

(;r · hi itagiof tha.;oyaiIlapve ripri, Gulc)dic. Qrd1P, ,Gyon(S~ea nlG Vfn u (~tJ, Tptoryo NSW So~hf luwºC~rag.,by~an Actof to1 geroi tha~ay, cXiqvjn at4rJ- [atrfd alrxqlgpalftng,to.(otiia of. R~tqiwste, and .Counytyof,,CrLur erland.'. it, wai anongptolbert ,J3ilnM~ry.t,1843. Cq Irts ofIgqq~ests plq ltl beqi~len; In, au,,for, eSch Countnt. ani1.,Distr cts,,oro~ipr, PO1os- Ptb.Cqony and 1e,Detqd*~ncele. a,a~t: such places, respectlvcly, na the Govexoor. sh~oN., yk.G P!Q4cirpatIOn for tlaat ,pux~ose, from, tijne.to ftImet npjwlnt. And it Was; fubrher enacted; that iCourts should C~ be : '"r I.IS~ ....e.Adn nthe County 0..Ltf lucr..un.Zl , .k1j wIIeh Courts, beaides a power anti authiority to hrar' and determine in a summary wayallI Actions ford the, rccovel y of any dcbt, deinand,'ordiugatngo and amount not eceIeding TenPourids; actions 'also, to he smoatuwnt ot'Tbirty Pounds, of the matrioeiautklo-l .11 .determiied. N6w I, the sal o penr.nfr urfr h '-iiiiibe ofC 'the'jio9vev'aind al...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 October 1846

V7ateicWt - 0 HUmTINsh ENGLISuHEN se ITH DLOODsIOuNDS. The barbarous system of employing bloodhounds to hunt down and worry human beings found offend ing against the Game Laws, has recently met with a check near Stamford. The Marquis of Exeter obtained possession some months ago of three fero cious animals of this species, which, for the safety of the persons having the care of them,it was fuund necessary to keep. constantly muzzled, though even in that state they proved to be the most formidable antagonists-it being asserted that each of them possessed _the strength of three or four men. To try their power and instinct, one of them (a bitchI) was put on the track of a strong man employed at Burghley ; her scent was found to be sure, and before the other men could comes up with the animal, she had severely injured the person she was set upon, although at the time she was closely muzzled. It seems that about a fortnight ago two watchers were out at Collyweston Spinney at night, accom...

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FRANCE AND CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 October 1846

FRANCE AND CHINA. The following account of the commercial relations between France and China do, ing the year 1844, and the first. quarter of 1845, has just been pub lished by the Minister of Commerce. It is extracted from a communication made by the French Mission : --" The commerce and navigation of France with China engaged in 1844, according to information gathered at Canton, six ships, whose movements are thus given. One of them arrived at the end of 1843, and left in 1844; four arrived and departed in the course of 1844; the last arrived in 1844, bitt did not sail again till 1845. These six ships touched or stopped at fManila before coming to China, and three put into Hongkong, and two at Whampoa. The first was freighted at Bourbon for Manila and China with a cargo of cloves and small quantities of liquors and preserves, estimated together at about iS ,Quqf. She took back to Bourbon a fieight of teis and China and Japan ware estimated at about 75,600f ' The venture was profita...

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THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1846. THIS AND OTHER AUSTRALIAN COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 October 1846

THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. SAT'URDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1840. T1IS: AND OTHER AUSTRALIAN: COLONIES. "TIIE winter of ou'r discontent has been made glorious summer by this sun of York" is, as we are informed, the favourite con gratulatory expression of their delightful prospects, in the coterie colloquies, of the opposition party to the administration-of out local government by Sir George Gipps. By them alone is the citation used:; they lbool through i different,, a denser atmos phere than their colonial constituents and' compeers. Their 'optical and auditory or gans are dulled by indolent neglect, or more shamefully by vicious abuse. We can hear the not far distant sounds of publid wrath. We ,can clearly discern in our political horizon, the .unmistiekeable signs of a coming s'torm. Tn unflgurative language,. we venture to say, that the common: sense of. a colonial public ;is of sounder growth, and more staple strehgth, than those who would domineer,. and f'r "a tiiie may succeeod'in domineerin...

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THE ELECTION FOR THE CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 October 1846

THE ELECTION FOR THE CITY COUN CIL. As if it were to verify in a most lucid and remarkable manner an observation we had very lately occasion to make-namely, " that when the matter was worthy of ex citement, there was abundance of excita bility in the constitutional temperament of our brother' colonists"-it occurs that the election of members for our City Council is of that nature, that those possessing the elective franchise, have sank into a perfect state of " apathy"-their .animation is so suspended, thatit defies the power of resus citation. In plain words, there does not appear to be the least probability of any expurgation of the present assemblage of our fellow' citizens, sitting in the Council Chamber as our metropolitan collective wisdom. The additions which seem likely to be made, cannothbe considered improvements. The objects of-the several advertized candidates can only be truly known to.themselves; but there is good reason to-believe that all 'agree in this' one 'particu...

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Legislative Council. TUESDAY, OCT. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 October 1846

, L ..";"t:it , r po? tRct "" ';TUIESDAY,; OCT. -27. The Speaker tlook the chair ait half-past three *,o',lu.k. POSTAGE. *Mr. RqBINSON preented a petition from a num ..e of.tbe. nerchantsand. inhabitants of Melbourne, :praying the redtction of the rate of postage on let 'ters'to the district of Port Phillip, antd the estblish ;,antpeof. a uniform rate of postage. !hie petition, j4as read,and received, 'LANDLORD AND TENANT. 'Mr. ROBINSON'.presented a petition from.4he own Council. of Melbourhe, praying for a reform Infthel14 with respect to-landlord and tenant. The.petition wasread attdreceived. .LEOAL' PROPRSSION. ,r. *WENTWORLTH gave notice..thatihe }oulld move, on Fridaynext,tliiat the evidence takenliefore ,fe comrmittee appointed, to :nquire -into the.subject. o?f the division of the legal.profession be printed ... . IPARTY! PROCESS.ION S ?The SBEAKER signified that His Excellency :hal been ,peiased on'belialf. of Her Majesty,4oas ipent to the Party ,Proceqplons .Bill. .CALL ,OF...

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CLEARANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 October 1846

.- CLEARAB O October 28.-Elisabeth, barque, Captain Pearce, for the South Sea Islands.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 October 1846

NOTICE O'" REMO AL. pH-E Office of this 7ournal'is removed ..'from.this date,; to No. ..133,.King. street~Erast, next door to Mr. Brown's, Grocer, where all communications are -re quested to be addressed.. Chroinicle Office, . Sydney, Oct. 3, 1846.

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To the Editor of the Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 October 1846

To the Editor of the Chronicle. Sln,-As the Colonists have a deep interest in the present position of thelands occupied by the squatters, I shall feel much obliged to any of your correspondents conversant in. the details relating to the Crown Lands, for a clear and intelligible answer to the following questions:- 1st. The exact menaiingand tendency of the right of pre-emption when applied to lands occupied by squatters. What is the effect of a lease for 21 years.;granted to a Squatter with right of pre emption? 2iid. Occupying, as the Squatter frcquently.does, a million of acres on Licenses thatldonot extend to 100,000 acres ; should these lands be so occupied for 21 years; can the Squatter say at the expira .tion of this term,-the million of acres are mine P 'I confess my ignorance relative to this interesting part of the Squatting Question. It is highly im piortant that the people should be well inform n?don the subject, and not beecaught sleeping. Many are capable of giving.the d...

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CAMPBELL STREET MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 31 October 1846

CA3IP ELL STR I'II \RKICET. THAr- 1 loads of hay were sold during the week, at from 5s. Gd. to 7s. per cwt. STRAw-3s. Gd. to ?s-?prload. FonDDEa- 3d. to I d. per dozen.. BEDDING. L 36d. .1o 5s. 6d. per load. . W?HEAT- 19 loads of wheat were disposedl.tfa 5s. to 5s. 3d. per bushel.

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