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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 January 1844
AGENTS AN1. COUATH YfK ORDERS.. W TErerltUstofour Agenistnottotrennt tnit us any ordlers, unl14: the'y think dliets1 io lie rcill) good tonte, arl r.' civoed in plnirim t C'roci our siihsuribwrv at wo 1ienorousou to.tiink-:that euveural orders have beon'scnt'to nu icr collection for oilier 1irties, miu-l which ,i orn u'. er. p:ierod em, pa)rnieutoofatr anuootii.'.l- hli putieneqis -worn ouit o the itosul iand tlhe aoles tronoro t the feet of our ebolleuiur, ie meekitig euylm&;:iW( ,r .tins;) ýrairtllless. o strelrs,. , ,. - SU R" SU ISCilil'BIhIt, sat Porra. Mita'tta ar' infrnred ti art Mi. `!TIIOMA9 UIGOINS `wra8 call upon thund for the.i'uwouni et tbeuirmospeui4ivo uaceounta, his irll rureitir 'p'raerý tuouhhirs, signed by theii nhIaarsiguned, cud ho others will beu acnocivledged ,,oia. ( c J , 4D'A4CY &lt;:lrrotiiic'ld( Tfice; Jan 9thl, 1844. "` `'·
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 January 1844
PROJBOTED' DEPARTIIElS. JiAt. 20.aThe H.srhjtd. 560 tons,' Longtord; foi Calcutta. Passengers, Mr. and Mrs.A Hogg, Mr. and Miss Hackett, Mr. andMrs. Sunholf and two, children, Mbessrs., Stephoens, Wilson, Maelser, BDiand, ud Iiarrowell. 8teerage; James Funaner. cliffeW, IW. Riggler,and 25 natives of'[India. 120.-The Perstian, 558 tons, Oppenheim, for London. Passengers, Mr. and Mlrs. Frood,.Mrs.. Oppensemn, Miss Cooper, Miss Rudder, Mr. U. White, andi -* Booth, Esq.ilN., and 19 in the steerage.:
CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, JANUARY, 1814. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 January 1844
CATIHOLIO DiIIIWTOUKY, JAVUAItY,'I8AI. . 11 3rd after Epiplhauy, St. hgnes,¶lrgI W. 29 SS.'PViiirnt Mid! dnannit'ti,, nut tyr, arndnuhle 1T. 2 si. ibyyinond of Peigiialbrt. coat, srjdoubi W. 24 St. TIimothy, bishop and martyr, .omidoubAe T 1.: Con vrmson fSt.l Paul, doublomaujor - 1. 20 St. Polycary. lbshiop anid martyr. semidonblo 1. 271 St. John C asostmon, blslhop and doctor, double 8.:8 4th altar tipIphicv, Dc cat, aenddoiable 1,.11 St Franchi Sale blslhop, confessor, double T. 30 ft. Murantna, v"ivin miud urtyr.srminsloubt W.31 S i'otur Noaeoii, cionfessr, double
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 January 1844
DEPARITURBU.'" JiN:T 1G.-For Launceston;} via Port Fairy, the brig lWiliari,eGrant, with, undries., Passengers-. Mrs. Wilkinson and child. A1ra. Selfe end. child, Mrs. Messenger and child. Mjss Clarke, 'Niijis. Atkinson, ubtledge, Rogs, Thom, Blevin, Atkinson, Burns, and Miiter. 10.-For Port Adolaide, the schooner Hawok, Brown, willt a gdeneral cargo. Passeingeus-Mra Brovrh idal child; Mrs. Best, Mesarsr Ri'aid 'A. Spitter; and Coglinid a =.,s ~. - 17,-For, Calcutta, the harque Cleveland, Marley, le ballast. 18.-ForAucklad, ilithe brig Amelia M'Dougall,' iith catlti, &c. 'Passengers-Messrsa Morrison, Waters, PemhlII. and Croker. 18.-For the Whale Fishery,lthqlarque, Esmelsve, ins;, with whaling gear&, /c. 18.-LFos Hobart Town; the brig Caroline iLoten, wi)h suneries.; Passengers-Mrs. Rogers and child, :Mr. and Mrs. Deanoe, two, daughters, and isi sons; L1rs. Nevill e, Master; Moncrien Mrs. Davis, Mr. and Mis. Moore, aod'Mrs. WWodmeriley, Mesars; Hopkins, Ring; Montgo...
HIGH WATER IN SYDNEY COVE. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 January 1844
111( II WATII It I SYINSHY C()IH. 'THIS DAY. Sn i. p.7 morniuig I ismin. p. 8 enn TOMhORRfOW. 30 miln. P. 8 morning at min. p.8 eveninlg llmin.p0mnmoning 37 min.p. 9evenuig TO REDAT. 2iraii.p..lomornung t 22m pmin.p 10 vOiuuag 35 mii. p Ii) morning I 46 mii. p.10 evening '.ThUfUDA1.'. . 11 mi -p'11 norimhg I m7n.i.1 ellveening ' ituDiT." " - 46 mii. p.11 morning i 2 mm p. i5.euing Sun sima this dlay 14 min. p. 5; nos 8 mill. p..7.
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 January 1844
* t ýyptig Itteligu:tnce. * '- h & I :-@- 'Io AIttLVAL8. *Tvll h " .Ji: 16,-FPiom liyd:l'iwn, Twofold Bay, the sohononer Edaoord, Tallan, with wool. t 10.-From the. Qlarenco River, the steamer Vllotam the Fourth, with 77 bales wool. Passengers -Mts. 'Hewitt, Messrs. 'l*'Kedaao, Aldersona Pugh, K6mp, Lawler; Miller, 'Sandeman; and 18 In the steerage. 17.-Fromn Port Nicholson, via Queon Charlottelo's Sound, havinig left 1th former the o2nd and the latteor the 4th, instant, lthe rhnnntr IVanderer, 131 tone, 13,rna,'ln hallast.' Passaengera-M iss Fisher,t Mrs. Kelly, Messrs. Price, Jonas. and Deasrdon..;.. 17.-From Port Macquarin, theIo steamer Muaitand, 103 tons,,Parsons, with 7?3 balais wool. Passenripeirs -Messrs. Oray,' Taylor, Todd, Hayley, 'Marsh, Farmer, hleonhtt, Miloe, Stacey, aod nine in' the steerage.:.; . 18.-From , Port .Niclholson, having left the Ist instant, thescliooner Falconl 49 tons, Tinlay in 'ballast. ' Passenger-Mri Robinson., ' %, " 19.-Prom Port'Nicholso...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 January 1844
Fi:EN0 1 COMPLIMENT TO ENGLIBI Tlinxs-In the middle of tho doesert, Madith 'de fVillars called out, 's Oh, Lord I they have fargot I yetl bespoke them, and I anm sure they:aretready you ,English love; hot rolls-bring theo rolls.' Thero a rived a huge dlish of hot rolls, aind a sauco. boat of molted battor.-..-Horace WYaipole'iLetters.
NEW ATTEMPT AT MILITARY DESPOTISM. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 January 1844
NEWKr ATT1EMgPT: :Y1r ILJTARIY DEStPO7 &' Nroni th? Weestjy Fmrr iwiiaJourInal:? 1`sr! 1 I`'ht sielw meiusure of iherladministration for em* g 6dtngtth out-phnsloners of therarmy is one excee. o¶ng1ynidleirvd o'f the condition pf Enogladd' I ist no less remarkable than prophetic. It" is evidence deionstilvot 'o('h diiro'of the Tories to gover y fokco' It si"ropBetic, becauise inmilar enal tb3e preeded th iaisolution oFiraniy eoupire'."' i 't i l ire ponod nowin the dnd of a sesaiob topastla r ,asjr1 the ofilecs of wbich ivll bho to place at the, dlipp ei of tML goviernment of thii ceiutry a force of So6 4'6in i heat seigtiared alreadJ ditelcplianed ' thehv ina 1 ated `of arms, and tlhose aims' tri ýgv rnes k e'lsbeft'tvs`iac ti blwuts stik5:to use for any purposea whichl it may be deemed esirable to iffdctl t knd yet rite bill wliscih st thi period bf tho session Sir Robert i cel' propose ahtd be made law will' introduce that mlitary governmentl It proposed' to eniable ite H...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 January 1844
" .T~fornfi~ng.Ohronicle"is t bfbshe4 twice a wteek, on Iednesda yand8atnrida and iexte sieetucirculated~thrau hoot ~Iewu Souffle W~afs, Y ieifiena! Lgid' o9iutA Aust,1dtM/ Neui'Zdidand; ratd &ntý''ldn'n nd, ~cotland; a~nd Irelandl.- TeQuarters edo h.~s~,hi 311th June.,301k. Septepi ter and .31st iecepdipbr; at nrlijch 7leriads onl~.subscrdlers can declin¶ receivangif t, after Pnyf9'isa themounlt duo., ;Ad rsejr 'pishodi~ld `arkr bn'dac?(fdvill'frr nand;thehnunhei-Iof insertions required; othbrniWe: they. dreofltiu~edt lilt countem~e. disecmitinue or alter adve isemets' mo.at be sent in before'~six 'clock on'the 'evenings of 7iesda),1 Thiuridayi'anid &eturdaijllut'neiudnptsne~(zdeeydfi!exococ nlo vertinget~.~rcludtl ýijrei(lsainso'lsnclas clocke givn tleeieoediadnllgeier~ "" PUBLIC NOTICE, ILETTER IPME=S ,AlDI COPPER-PiATE PRIigygR5 &e.,&;o., COLONNADE, BRi)OE SiTREET, STDNEY,- t: TJES 'l TF UI L.l Y ',takes' leoo'e 'o .fh"itpprii6 his Friends atd'fir...
FRENCH REPEALERS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 January 1844
PFRENCH Ofl rEALgns, LFSi * The folloiw tg Itigaj U it.tf Lauli olo, was' read by rOr; O'Uo'arnietI b tbe''Repeot'Aseocatilunin in SPairi', July 26, 1843.' ** Sta-Y have juit rd in the Nitins, news. . aper, the speech, Ir !tw jh yea; ware, plFtsio seption at the mmetan 'i oltf 'Ie!jp 'Asinci'ailnJt Isationslity. (orhis meeting has been poaetseu anP the Freijs democrats wanted no nseeptt4ý o aomember what.:theywed Jo othR ".:lave !A'rjgb 4 hose legion t by the sides of our itory ion tatr, !Jlu~ir, oarto cxllro4 `cýt i ,y, ay uiegoiu tugaoapentrpoo fr Ilindcpeii lenco, for like faith otttheitrCatnera a for: hationsjlity. ' This ;meetin has been 'spontaneous, _; ýtod the Frencý democrats wanted. no ine ti iu. iomemberwwhat.:thoy_.pwed In 1ha Ihore avB;- ifg 2 whose legions"lpplgbt by, tbo aides oft orur-C;j! hinters has more than once united the Irish forces with bose of Frarice;. aid'.porati ma q sa' that at the pee.r ~eptý.ay,;jo)I1ca draw aMiifl two :nasloea, tog l;iyr,,' agant; A m...
MINISTERIAL FAINEANS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 January 1844
MINISTERIAL' FAINEAS. -t~ o The Prinoce de Ligno opce, described the lire he led at a German court, by saying.that all the per. sonages there,froem the prime minister to the page, were occupied the whole day long in conjugating the ver': "S'sapuyer,'. thus:-' Je,,m'ennaue, -*e 'eonnuies, il s'eantise, '4qa.8p. This is something like. the occupation of, our present active government, all the members of which, jointly and severally, have. for many months been putting tho verb Do notling;;' through the moods and. tnses. For example- ,. Sir Robert Peel,who is Captaino of .th, MIostem, when called on to give an account of himself, smirks 'and makes answer, " I do nothing," Lord Stanley, regarding hiss principal ,askance, takes up the words sarcastically, apnd sith,.!! Thou does! notjilijng." '. ," ,Lord Aberdeen, when requisreide excuse himlself for the. inaction of Ilthe foreign oice, points to the same 1quarter, and says, "He does nothiog. Theo PLod Chancellor twila,,hisithumbs on: the...
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 17. Before Mr. Justice Stephen. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 January 1844
'BIeore ir. Jpati~p; taplpiTt! John Rowellfwar cha gsd wisi l:bving. ouiths 9th of October tiit;lassaujai( e He:li n ao D'r i7knd robbed him of,1 Eliibeig at 10,0 i a pistol.,, .n t.,. it~iki4GýfiAtt h 'ieotd 3riggside luaed that he snad-Mrd. rii ga were wlking on athe t wn Rd;' pi of October, ast,,when, at,mans came tip, to him, pre. sented a pistol,at bimi and toldlhim to 'stood "And dyliver,his money ;ith'e priaoneris thu4 idi'i';"H (prosecutor) at first said he. badno money,,butiMrs. Briggs being alarmed, told him to give the prisoner a pound noriid ti huill with'l him. l. Ie did so t alter whichithe priionir retreated; thie' look plis d siuily 'fier sevean o'dlock; thin prisoner seemed tb bie much .aglta, o'j'led tren,na no, nieldih 'pistol ,uten~iobid very much; the prlsoner wore a blowis co t uand light :ttysetrs, and a cabbago:;ee hat; he had alsoi a moustacha'on hisupper lip',:slw the priioousco the ?oiloo;g, lng; morngt th (liot i' p hblic bousea lrinkipg I he cia seoe ir ...
Supreme Criminal Court. TUESDAY, JANUARY 16. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 January 1844
truprcgts C tmntnal. tfourt. -0 Turssoy, JANUAr T16. Mr. Justice Bibrountuok hisseat onthe bench at ten o'clock.'" * Charlotte Thompson, llasls Alfry Huntley, late of Parriniatta, was'chrged 'with satte'ing ieosterfuei coin. on the 30th of Septeminbr, and Oid of Octoecr last: After; the. eajminatiot. of several witneiase, tls jury acquitted her, but she was remanded on the charge of having base coin in her posseision, AsSAULT.ON 05a4 1I55 110A5. Johns Thompson iswas charged with 'having com mittesao assault op one RobertiPower,:obaboatd the ship Urgent, on the 26th November.last, on the high seas Several witnesses were called on the pirtof'toe crown, ai i crosesexsminesl by Mir. Wigdeyee. phtes which his Honor charged the jury at considerable length.' T'he jury, 'iafjira few snioutes considera. tion, returned a verdict of guilty of assault, both qpen dielpoop of the Wissl, anid tihiis dhitiliiiuti accompaniedth eir'.vesdidet"r'ithh ini pi'rdssios of their opi0do'. that the assault c...
INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. MEETING FOR TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 January 1844
IN ' ; SOLVENCYv BUSIl'ES& !-a- ;ralETtINO POR 70 *DAT*uj; tThomas Hughes, a special meeting to decide offe of 1bompositionat 'ten o'clock, ani m Joshiua John Moore, a tllird meeting, at htalf pas ten 'clock. ' IEnoch William Rudder,,a special meeting, at eleven o'clock... , i. % i , v Walter Rottnd,' a special meeting, at twelve o'clock, 'Jbh Johnson,. a special.mceting, at halepaat one o'clook. , Richlard Dawson, a special meeting at hal.past one'o'clock. IrNQusT.-somto time book. tiokot of leave holder, Johit KitIlabill, lefo raptain in tiiea: navy, sand broeth'er to Sir 'Edward Knatchhbull, was apprehended on a charger of. violent assault with a tomahawk on, and robbery of Mrs. Ellen Jamieson, of Sydney, who Ihas stnce died. An inquestwas held on' site body on Wednesday, and a verdict of wilful murder found against Knatchbull. The particulsrs oin our next. jAPPWICANTS, FOIl,' CRTIFICATSe. The following notice wais posted on thei door of th Inosolvent Estates oflice, yeat...
THURSDAY, JANUARY 18. ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 January 1844
l.USonsDAV, JANUARY 18. ROBDRRYe Mary telly, alias Mary Allen, and Elizabeth Lydsasy, weei charged, the farnmer withl having, on th22nd of October last, niaaulted Margaret liowan, anifrobbed her of four £1 notes, four half crowns, oand ten shillingsoin silver, and the latter with being present, aiding and abetting tn the same. largaretl Rowan examined-lKnows the pri toners'; they live in Windsor next door to me; between one and two o'clock on Sunday, they came to, my housen; the~ prisoner Kelly sked me had I seen'mj'y husband? ,Isaaid I had, :and at the same time said I had got £4 10Os in my posssession ;,wisth 'tlhat sie caauglht hold of mee, and pulled moe dosyn son the ,floor; she took thie money from my. bosornm, and lhauded it to Mrs. Lydnsay; she pulled me. dowvn n theflior by tmhe frokk; I made whatre statance I. could; ,the other woman did not totcl. Ine, nor did alie assist in any way; when ,Kielly. gave Lydnsay !tee mongy, they both ran out, and the latter uan into herown....
OLIVE OIL AND WINE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 January 1844
OLIve OIL AND WINE Premiums being offered bythire "Society for the Encauiogement of Arts, Manufactures, iand'Com. morce," for the beat specimena ofolivo oil and wise, imported ..into'Longland from :Australhajhis Efcel. lency tie, Governor is pleased. todirect tiap publica. tion of tihiirtllowing extract from rho advertisemenat of the Sociefyptir general informationi OLIVE dig. To the personl who shall manufactritr nOi import the finest apecimen of oil, not less thran ten galloans, ,the produce of olives grown in any. ,ritish colony in eAfica or Australia;-The Gold Medal. Specimens of Ilthe Oil, not less thian Two Quarts, together wits eatisfactory Cortiliciates tdo'bsiproduced to tho Society. ' v ' ' wIn PndstAUOTATIrAtS ori NWZBALANS d 'i . To the parson who shall Import the finest Wine, not less. thanore Pipe, of marketable quality. madeo Ifroni tire produce of Vineyards in Australia; Thi Golrd Medal. Samples of tihe Wine, and certificates that iho Wine.was made in the colony, to ...
PHORMUIM TENAX. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 January 1844
PHORMIUM TENAX.' Wa have 'been informed'onWwhat we'ddesi good authority' tlhat the P)horniummTenxi 'or New Zealand Flax, grows hin thisiCo lony in perfect health and luxuriance : it is also asserted that evenon some high ground near Sydney it girows to great length.; Should this be so, it may become nn impor taent article, of produce; for by a* statement which we have lately seein in the Times,it appears, tihat its strengtlh exceeds that of Russian hemp. We have thrown a few thoughts this day before the public, on the great; solid, and lasting advantaiges which would acciue to the Colony from .the establishment of,, a Royal Society, a Normal school, and expe rimental farm; aind amongst sonim of its earliest objects ought to'be the' Phorniuim, which, when its ,culture is, extended aiid properly understood, and. -the machiieryfor its manufacture 'brought into full play, may become one of our most valuable staple ex ports. 1Mr. 3..W Graves has.in progress a ma chine, for preparing'this...
QUARTED SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 January 1844
' * 'QUARTEt 8E5SIONS.. Notice is hereby given, that a Court of General Quarter .Scsionaol the poac, inmand for,tho colony of Now SoutliWailes, will he holden at ilia Court fliauso, Sydney, oh Monday, the 5th day of February next, when antd where iall peruonse underrecogninaces to appear as prosecutors, witnesses, or..ddendants, or who have appealsI to interpose, or other business to transact, are desired to give their attendance at ten o'clock in the forenoon.
PROCLAMATION. By his Excellency Sir George Gipps, Knight, Captain-General, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 January 1844
WROCLAMATWN, By his Escellency Sir George Uipps, Knight. CaptainG:neral, b c. I do hereby notify and proclaim, that at II o'clock of h'lsirsday, the 16th day of February" nest the followiqg town allotinnts of land will be"offered for sale at: thoa..Colonial .'Treasury, in Sydney,.at. lheo upse prue alized to each lot respectively. (Depoait 10 per cent.) TOWN LOra. 1. ParramatLs, two rooeads, allotment No. -, on the Western Rtoad, adjoining Smithb's. allotment., Upset price £40 per, acre 2. Emu, two roods, allotment No. 1 of section 6. Upset price £8 per acre 3. Eme, two roods, allotment No. 3 of section 5. Upset price £8 per acre ' 4. Emu. two~roods, allotment No. 4 of section 5. Upset price £8 per acre 6. Ems, two roods, allotment No, 5 of sections. Upset price £B per acre . 6. Emu, two roods, allotment No. 6 of section 6. Upset price £8 per acre. 7. Fmu, two roods; allotment No. 7 of section 5. Upset price £8 per acre 8, Emu, two roods, allotment No, 8 of section 6, Upset price £8...
PROCLAMATION. By his Excellency Sir George Gipps, Knight, Captain-General, and Governor-in-Chief of the territory of New South Wales and its dependencies, and Vice-Admiral of the same, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 20 January 1844
RYCtoLAMATIOW. By his Excellency Sir" George Gippa, Inigt;t Cptaion-General, and Governor-inuChief ofr th territory of New South Wales and its dependenciosJ and Vice-Admiral of the same, &c. I do hereby notifyi and proclaIm, that at 11 o'cloc of Wednesaday, the 14th day of February neat, thW following portions of land will.bo olered for,aqlo at the Colonial Treaeeuy, Ip Sydneuoy, at the upset pricq amlxed ito' each lot, ruipecuovly. (Dopooat 40 per coant.) OUN'tRY LOTsa. 1. Cumberland, sixty-two acres, parish of:Banks' Town. Upset prico.L per acre 2. Cuamberlnil , ono hundred ada twently acres, pariah of Ilanka' 'lown, Upset pric £1 per abro'1 S8. Cumberland torty.aevean aoresl'and twojoodsh, parish of Holswvorthy, on Harris Creek.; Upset psic £1 per pcr, . , , 4. Cook; thliteen naroa, phaish unnamed, o@6r i1luunt Victoria, Upset 'rlicu l1 per siite 5. Wensmoereland, eighty acreg, pnr1is unamued; at Jnok's Bhidge, asar lMooiitBlllaand, Upset price purl acre. ' ' , m. o .i , ...