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Report of the Committee ON POLICE AND GAOLS. (CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST NUMBER.) The Division of the Colony into Police Districts. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 19 November 1839

REPORT of the COMMITTEE ON POLICE AND GAOLS. (Continued from our last number.) The - Division of -the- Colony into Police Districts. Your Committee now proceed to describe the boundaries of the several Police Districts into which they re- commend the Colony should be divid- ed, making in all exclusive of Sydney and Port Phillip, twenty-nine Dis- tricts, of which it is proposed that twenty-five: should have the services of a Police Magistrate, via:- 1. Sydney. - Consisting of the Hundreds of Sydney and Packenham excepting the Parish of Concord. 2. Parramatta. - Consisting of the Hundreds of Parramatta and Dundas, and the Parish of Concord. 3. Liverpool. - Consisting, of the Hundred of, Liverpool and Parishes of Cabramatta and Wattamole. 4. Campbelltown. - Consisting of the Hundreds of Southend and Camp- belltown, and the parishes of " Cook," Heathcote," .and " Bulga," in the Hundred of " Warranora ;" then by the left bank of the Nepean River to the Eastean boundary of, Clifton ;- the...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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Port Philip. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 19 November 1839

Port "Philip. We have received Port Philip Papers to the 28th ultimon The barque David Clark arrived on the 27th, with 350 emigrants from Greenock. The'Eagle, with 502 wether sheep, and 10 trusses of hay, and the Sir John Franklin, with 150 wether sheep, 10tcasks tallowM2l hideasIt casks beef, and 4 'casks butter, had sailed for Hobart Town, The Magnet was taking in wool forboodon, The Arab was laid on for Launceston, and about to take in anumber-otfsheep-and cattle for the sister Colony alski. The Britannia was about to sail for Sidney ; the Look hI for Hobart Town, and the Gen for South Australias Judging from the great number of advertise ments of the most respectable desoription--tlat appear in the- Newspapers, it would seem that this fine and flourishing new Colony is ma kiksg a most rapid stride. 'She is already sop.a plying Van Diemen's Land largely: with beef, muttons tallow, hides, and-other -colonial pro. duce. The Patriot is about to be enlarged in size equal to that ot t...

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EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. Speech of Mr. O'Connell, IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS, On the proposal of a Grant of £30,000 for General Education. 24th June, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 19 November 1839

.EU OPEAN INTELLIGENCE. ,Speech of Mrr. O'Coflnell, IN THE HOUSE, OF COMMONS, -On the proposal it' a Grant ,qf £80,000 for General Education. 24th June, 1839. MRn,.O'CoN4ELL said, that there cestainly had been a great nutarbee of petitions presented againistthe goversimerit plan of education; but' 'hough they were In great numbers they were miserably deficient in point of signatires,(cries 'of oh).: Their attempt to raise the':" No Po pery" cry hid' most signelly' 'failed; it was growing weaker and weaker every day. He was'aorry'the noble lord; the member of Northt Lancashire, was not in his place. It ill became! the talents of that noble lord to have joined in this.!unhallowedt cry,- which was nothing less than a," No Popery" cry (hear, hear, repeat. edly, from Lord J. Russell). T'hit for which ohe chiefly foundfault with the course recom.. tmend~ed;by the'. honiorabtle likrdinet 'oppolite was, that he did not go far eniough." They stated on the opposite 'side that'the4 did not thi...

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LOCAL. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 19 November 1839

LOCAL.' f 'ANOTHER TAVERN ROBBERiY. - AAnother robbery of this kind took place in a 'tavern, kept by Mr. 'I'uok, corn er ofBathurat and Castlereagli-streets, ons Friday .evening last. -.About aji o'clock :two men came into the house, and aidered glasses of ale,' wbich they got and paid for. They sat down, and the family went to tea. When they returned, the men were gone ;' and a short time afterwards,they found that a drawer in an adjoining roomin had been broken open,, and £30, in notes ex tracted. The whole transaction tallied with the robbery of" Mr. Charlton, of Cumberland-street, a few weeks ago, and is the tenth case of publicans, hav ing' been robbed, and that extensively, within these last three months. It is thought that the porpetrtobrs have some secret understanding with the servants in the house. Another remarkable cir cumstance is, that robberies are always committed on a Friday ; on which day many of the publicans of Sydney. have money in theirshouse, to pay those in t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 19 November 1839

Aales by Aicthlin. :1Mourniing Coach, -and Maize, without -reserve. fit. %. ill1ott#l, ;WILL SLLb B'Y AUCTION, 'Atihis'1'emporaryIioome,'George~street, THIS ADAY; November 19, ntl 'to'blobk preeisely, A MOURNING. COACH in . Good condition, and 100. Itushels Maize. Terms-at time of Sale. 480 WVlO OL.r' Wr. S. ~Lyon -s, WILL SELL BY AUC7/T(ON, !At his Tompbrary Booms, :George-street, on Tuesday, the 19th 'instant; at 12th o'clock precisely,. - O ALES VIN1 ;WOOL. . "`"-enns at tite of Sale. 466 TO BE SO'LD BY AUCTION, . By Samuel Solomons, -At his Rooms, opposite the Police Office, in Georposetreet; on' THURSDAY next, the -21st instant, at 11,o'clock, without reserve, A LARGE, Quantity of Ironanton gery, Cutlery, Tunbridge Ware, Perfu mery, and Pictures, of the following desorip. tion : 'Twenty sets patent raised Dish-Covers, 7 in a set .Balance-handle knives and Forks, very supeiior - 53 pieces in a set .Ditto tlitto ditto, with British Plate Forks Common ditto, with rivetted handles ...

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Shipping Intelligence. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 19 November 1839

Shipping Intelligence DEPARTURES. Nov. 14.-For Calcutta via Hobart Town, the barque Guillardon, Captain, Rapson, in ballast, .Passengers, Mrs. Campbell and three children. .15.-For PortPhilip, the barque Britannia, Captaii Kemp, with sundries. Passagers Messrs. Whitohead,. Sutherland, Prei cott .Dr, Clarke, and 46 in the steerage. 15.-For Java,. the barque Hero, Captain Ryan, in ballast. * 15.-For Java, the ship Neptune, Captain Farris, in ballast. Nov. 16.-For Port Philip, the bri .Jewess, Captain Norman, with asdndras. Passengers Mr. and strs. Willowby, child and servant, Mrs. Murray, Mr, and Mrs. Hwinpson, Mesurs, Wolley, Hawden, M',Cullnn, Towdsoed, Barrett, and twenty two in the `steerage. 16.-For Manilla, the ship Logdn, Cptain Syniunes, in ballast: 17.-For New Zealand, the schooner John Dunscoribe, Caaln IHnapton, with asudrtes

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. November 13, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 19 November 1839

GOVERNMENT November 13, 1830. An Act to authorise the establish ment of Markets in certain Towns in the Colony of New South Wales. An Act to enable the Church War dons.of St..James's. 'to build a now side wall. An Act to legalize copartnerships, in which spiritual persons are share holders. Objects of a Will for the better en saring the registration of Marriages, Births, and Deaths. Conditional Pardons agranted to Daniel Payne and Charles Hay ter per Captain Cook. The following Gentlemen are ap pointed Trustees of the Savings Bank: -The. Hon. E. D. Thomson, Esq., Vice President; John Blaxland, Ro ger Therry, Thomas Shadwerth, W. C. Wentworth, Thomas Walker, Wil liam Litbgow, A. B. Spark, T. U. Ry der, Eyde Manning, W. Dawes, Thos. Gore, James -Raymond, A. B. Smith, R. Lethridge, John Lord, and S. A. Donaldson,. Esquires. Tenders wanted for Printing the Government Gazette; also for the con veyance of Coals, for lighting Street Lamps, and for the. Conveyance of Mails. Leases of .Tolls...

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Country News. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 19 November 1839

Country News. WINDSOR.--Tbe Quarter Sessions commenced at this place on Thursday, the 14th inst. The Chairman, W. M. Manning,Esq. arrived at an early hour, and in consequence of the calender being so unusually light, there being only 12 cases, he was enabled to leave for Sydney on Friday afternoon. On Thursday afternoon, 14th instant, this town and the adjacent country was visited with the most tremendous and destructive hail storm ever recol- lected, which has done considerable damage, and has in many cases nearly ruined those who were depending up- on the crops, which till then were look- ing most promising. Many of the set- tlers have been compelled to stop their men, who had comnmenced reaping, as their crops now will not be worth the trouble of cutting.

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The Parsons. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 22 November 1839

rlje Isar0on0. Tate main objectionu rged against the scheme of rational Education for England 'was ;its practical' denial of the righttof the dominant church to train. 'up the youth 'of those jects which repudiate or dissent from the state reli gion. The right of the clergy' to exclusive controul not only over the national mind, bit the national purse, was urged in every variety of shape and circumstance by the opposition; yet, strange to say, several or the staunchest adherents of the parsons, whilst insisting that the children of the Chutch of England should remain uncontaminated even by contact with Catholics or sectarians, admitted candidly that the clergy of their own church had shown them selves to be shamefully and oriminally indif ferent to the intellectual culture of their flocks. Sir Robert Inglis acknowledged that tIe t(hurtch had not made those t xertions which he was most anxious should have been .made; nor-could 'io deny that there hadli6en'i"'famentable apathy and wan...

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English Fashions for July. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 22 November 1839

Ottalidb J asfajiott for pattl. HATS AND BONNRTS.-RiCe atraw hats have lost none of their vogue, and an im provemznt has taken place in their form. They aire now made like those of Italian straw, with the brim attached to the crown, which prevents the seams that have a bad effect, when the crown is made by a milli ner. Crape and crepe lisse hats and bonnets are more in vogue than ever. The most decided novelty in trimmings, and one that produces a very pretty effect, is narrow lace, with a little fulness upon the folds of crape crepe lesse that ornamented the fronts of bonnets. As to the flowers that decorate these pretty coiffures, they are inure various than we ever remember, besides roses, which.are more in request than any flower, we see daisies, pansies, thistle blossdma,' volubilis, epis Coquelicots, blue bells ; in short every flower of the season employed for wreaths, which are intermingled with crape bias; gause rouleaus, or lace. MloaRN o CAPs.-The vogue of real lace incre...

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Catholic Cultivation of the Fine Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 22 November 1839

eialrolic Qtrltibation of tte di ine arts. We are happy to have an opportunity of placing the character of an independent English gentleman in a light which must endear him to every lover of the fine arts. We allude to Constable Maxwell, Esq , of Everingham Park, in ,Yorkshire, who has built, endowed, and is about to enrich with sculpture, a very beautiful chapel in his domain. From the time of Solomon to the present period, the good and great of the earth who best know hoi* to wield that stupendous power, the human mind,. have -endeavoured to couple the expression and form of religious worship with the cultivation of those arts which it at once ennobles, fosters, and protects. There are no subjects on which the imagination of an artist can ex"rcise itself more satisfactorily than on the sublime incidents of Holy Writ, and this is the great reason why painters and sculptors who have flourished since the Christian era have immortalized themselves. A subject which is in itself immorta...

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Legislative Council. Tuesday, November 19, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 22 November 1839

egt I0titte aouintei. Tuesday, November 19, 1839. Present the Governor, the Commander of the Forces, 1he Attorney General, the Chief Justice, the Bishop of Australia, the Colonial Secretary, the Collectorof Customs, the Auditor General, Messrs. Campbell,. Berry, Jones, Macarthur, Blailand, Sir John Jamison, and Captain King. The ,Bathurst :Bank Bill was read a third time and passed. , The Fenmalo Convicts Transportation Abo. lition. Bill wasareada third time and passed. The Marriage, Baptism, and Butial Regis tration Bill, was read a third time and passed. The Appropriation Bill was read a third time and passed. The Governor then rose, and said before thq order of the diay was moved, lie would beg the indulgence of the Counail 'for a short time,- on a matter which,'though it concerned himself, was not altogether Ifdreign to the pre eoat motion. A statement had gone the round of the papers. British astwell as-Colonial, on.the occasion, of. the mutibn of Mr. Shaw, to transfer the Crow...

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To our Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 22 November 1839

Io our Atubcr(bers. O* Our Friends and Subscribers are re.' specifully infornmed, that ;their accounts ;far the first quarter, which ended on 3$sat ultimo, arW in course of preparation and delivery, and we should be obliged by the early payment of the respective' Amounts. - p Our country friends and agents, on trdns. mitting the,.anmes s ofiSubscribers,bLeill "be good enough to write their addresses legibly with the name of the. post town at which hey wish their papers to bb left, in order to jirev'entt a repetition of the delay or irregularitywhich has in some cases occurred from1 the, wanto such precaution.

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Sydney Market, November 22, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 22 November 1839

ftrinep Arat'Iet, November 22, 1839. FLOUR.-Fine, 30s.; seconds, 28s.; ration, 25s. Bread, *7d. per. 2 lb. loaf, Maize, per bushel, 7e. to 8s. Barley, per bushel, Ga. Bran, 2s. per bushel. VEGETABLES-PotatoesColonial, 10s. to 16s. per cwt.; cabbages, 2d. to 9d. each; carrots, 4d. per bunch; turnips, 4d. per bunch; lettuces 2d FaRUT-Oranges, Is. to3s. a dozen; lemons, ts. Gd. to 2s. per dozen; strawberries, 5s: per quart;, currants, is. per quart; loquats, Gd. p'er quart. POULTRY.-Fowls, per couple, 8s. to 10s; ducks do. 10s.; geese 15S. to 16s.; turkeys, do 14s. Gd.; pigeons, do,, 2s. Gd.;. Muscovy ducks, each 6s., eggs Is. 94. to 2s. per dozen; lard Is. 3d. per; bacon 8d. to 1 Od. ditto. BUTTER-Fes 63.,salt Is.9d to 2s.6d.perlb., cheese is. to Is. 8d. per lb. BUTCHER'S MsAT.-Beef, per carcaso per lb., 41d.; do. per joint Sd. to 6&d. mutton, per carcase, per lb., Sd. to Gd. ; do per-joint Gd. to 7d.; pork and veal Is. per pound. FuEL.-Coals, per ton, £1 2s. delivered wood, s...

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Contempt of Clerg[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 22 November 1839

The following if an extract fromraiýoiy bveir*: letter.to Dr, Broughton, which:appeared'in thi Colonist of Saturday:- * " 1. " Of the sixteen unhappy men::aentddce., to: die at the prosent'sittingh of theSopremWCotkrtt eight are -Roman :Cetholicsi The lattet.have been rugilarly: and.diligontlyiattenddd initheir cells by the 1tigltt Rev. Dr.i Polding and the Government Chaplain of r the ;religiot: to whitch they belong ; while as far as:I-.can learn. from enquiry1 the Protestants have received no ot at instruction than.that afforded them by the,1ev4 Mr. Cowper,, whose numerous an& very respon4 sible duties elsewhere, cannot leave him as much time to devote to theso unhappy men as their truy meland'Ioly circuistanices sdem to call form 'Surely the writdr in the Colonist ought td have tellected that His Lordship has " the bur Tdiiof the' State, as well as, of the * chtutches, upoxi his back, and that he lias also rdcorded (itt hih'potltioii to the Queen for one-seventh of thd C...

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VISITING JUSTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 22 November 1839

VISITIf&ajUST~ICES On the recommendation or, tlie'Committqe of lA35,.,as. Olfeady,,:ectplAincd, ,thre-euvsiatiug justices were rppointe4,;GotD rqvide 2for Uida, magisterial dui ies in tlitoee puita of,,)tliecplqny, where- -there were 'no pultCe .magistrejtes-, 'ev~ident, mnagistracy... Fomi this purpose, itn January 1*P6, the ~moutited .policei corps-was. augmented by three officrs, six troopare, aim.L three dismounted men. Tpree nrl~diapoal `police stations were accardi'ngly tor~ied, at t~pch, of~iwlmioh one subalierp,.two fr~oopersr one 'd14. 'mo~uted.wnan, aud one scoutrger were stationed, li: "A.t Nudges o! the Cudgegong River,, in ibedeointy of Wellington. , Qid~ Onuithae. River Ahercrr'mbz#ý, bear to the, `confluenep of that river, 'ith, the Narrawavfsi-hr' -the county. of, Gporglana. bait snbaequeiitly moved to the banks off the KJy~rL~Cehb~nrz; t.A ~1 3rd: Ai.the juncation of- th'e Qucanbeyan and, M oloingl'o Rivers:*.*.* " The: bea t of di~e pffider appointed'io tbh...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 22 November 1839

5bjtppitn IEsttettigesteTr. ARRIVALS. Nov. 19.-From New Zealand, whence she sailed the 6th inst., the barque Jessie-, 314 tons, Captain Bruce, with 254 tuns black oil, 22 tons whalebone, and 3 tonm potatoes. Passengers-Messrs. Sergeant. Palmer, Sterling, Price, Riley, and Glen; also a whaling gang of 30 men. 21.-The Governor Phillip, brig, from New Zealand. *S* The ship signalled most of yesterday. has passed the port. The schooner likewise. signalled is supposed to be from New Zealand, DhPARTUREIS. Nov. 19.-For the Whaling 'Grounds,, the barque Clarkstone, with fishery stores. 19.-For Calcutta, the barque Indus,. Captain Clarke, in ballast. Passenger- Mrs. Clarke. 21 -The Lady Blackwood, for the Fisheries. 21.-The Argo, for Hobart Town. 21.-The Hebe, for India. 21.-The Christina, for South Aust'alia. 21.-The Relief, for Boston.

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A BRITISH JUDGE INTIMIDATED WITH IMPUNITY! [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 22 November 1839

1ABRITIS'aI JtpD E ýINtt4 IL; { .I TED. WIT.THUIAPUNI"TY I. o ifae;h qfloii~ potations. fro aatljng-r~ticle in the Auastrahian 1of:Tuesday:Iast":-". '' ý,,t,,; j'We:iartiooit~iiroly bootvinbixldthat ;we spdaik'ý tho' Ubortfetsetmnso the, 1ublio, .:wben-;wo .eaprosj, pttr~indig nan anrprise at Iall3ate most imtproper'' caonduiot ofMossrsallMaoarthnr & King.' li',. 11,J ,r Cnp~taiq, K)iigjii3.alnotedi wliipereri".-Weo r uqpiberat, na u:.lltispc'r n.n Ilia in: the earofl SJiJ,:,J amuon, that. idie~lelte oeli Crgrn tprepsing Aiis~oinoLuprto,idivide@ upon Lithe 'Governor s cdtdatIonalWeaeutrseby~Whtch thut w: We scruple notito say 'that this' a tack upon the ChiefoJJusticd& r liaive litfliis charge~to';th juYin!,y s e; &eade sfs, . yaByrni o~ieiot-the most inde cent:attempts to intimidate'a'J.udgo in .'the', performiance. of his disties tlf'at'w aver, heard or read of, and ly.Areist h~isbed thk S~irJow lio tshigtoulifhave condscended to reply at. all to tlskifalse...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 22 November 1839

W ANTED, an Apprentice to the ;" :Printing Business. - Apply to tie Editor of this Paper. . A. 499 ' Sits byA U0tOi. Grand Piano-forte, Rose Wood, and ' Mahoganiy 'Writing Desks, Work Boxes; Dressing Cases, valuable Oil Paithiings;' afo. WLL; SELL, AY AUCTION, ''O-M3 QRRQW, (Saturday), 23rd instant, at his temporary ltoorns, George-street, at I1 ,o'clocA .lrecjsqly_ . A Fine-toned Grand, Piano-Forto, A by the doted manufacturiirs !Broadwood & Sans . . . -One square Piamo ftorte. An O1at Painting, subjact, "Shippiny and Sea View, ' by lidisday. 'Aiditto .'.Dutoh Boors," a general Ostade. Mahogany. and Roewooud Writing Desks. s"Dressang cases, Work Boxes, Tea Caddies, Chess and Back.gammon Boards, superior Bronzed and Japaniled Dish Covers, 50 sets double and sidgie Riiin hridles, &c. &c. - Terms ak time of Sale. 496 Sale of Valuable 'Booki anid Ghoice Wines. . MRU. S.-LVYOlYi FWill submit to Auction, At'his"Teinporary Rooms, Ge6rge:tthreet, on SATURDAY NEXT, N...

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Report of the Committee on Police and Gaols. (CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST NUMBER.) GENERAL SUPERINTENDENCE OF THE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 22 November 1839

Report of the Committee On Police and Gaols.         (CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST NUMBER.) GENERAL SUPERINTENDENCE OF THE POLICE. In the progress of their inquiries the neces- sity for a controlling head of police to direct and regulate the whole of the stipendary estab- lishments throughout the colony, has been   strongly forced upon your Committee. It will be found that this formed one of the recom- mendations of the Committee on police and goals which sat in 1835, but has never been carried into effect. Upon this subject the First Police Magistrate observes. " at present from the disconnected nature of the police, each establishment being maintained on its own separate responsibility without communication or union with any other, it is impossible to take that advantage of the information to be obtained from men committed to gaol, and other sources, which a central office would at once render available. The Second Police...

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