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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 4 November 1846
ENGLISH NEWS. B thie arrival of the Christina from Port Phillip, on Saturday last, which place she left subsequently to the arrival there of the Enterprise from Liverpool, we have news from Eng!and to the beginning of July; few or no English papers have reached Sydney, and we are indebted to the Port Phillip papers for the extracts we give to day. The most important intelligence is the resignation of air Robert Peel and his colleagues; they having been defeated in the House of Commons by a majority of seventy three, on the Irish Coercion Bill. Sir Robert had not resigned particularly on this account, but because he felt that he did not possess the confidence of the Hiouse sufficiently to .enable him to carry on the Government in a satisfactory manner. The Right Honorable Baronet's speech, upon his resignation will be found in another column. Lord John Russell had been sent for by her Majesty to form a new Ministry, but had not completed his arrangements. The Times gives the followin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 4 November 1846
RECOMMENDED BY TIIE FACULTY. 3 MAIlZETTI'S PALE ALE, AND BROWN srOUT. 500 (Five Hundred) Dozen of Mar zetti's justly celebrated Pale Ale an d Porter.- in four dozen packages, now lauding, 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. November 2. 3872 BRANDY AND WEST INDIA RUM. A FEW HOGSHEADS delicious JAMAICA RUM. A few hogsheads of Martell's and Hennessy's Brandy. HENRY FISHER, City Depot, Corner of King and George-streets. November 2. 3873 ENGLISH LOAF SUGAR, EX " ANN BATES." 20 I"? OoGSHEADS on Sale at the Stores of ROBERT COVENY, 102, Market-street. ALSO, 50 boxes Sperm Candles, ex Eliza Ann. 3875 IUBSCItUPTION1 LIST FOR THE . IRISH RELIEF FUND. £ s. d. Mr. Charles Campbell, Queanbeyan .... 1 0 0 Collected by the Rev. J. Walker, Parra matta ....g. 2 1 6 Further sums collected by the Reverend James Gunther, in t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 4 November 1846
.ThbUydney Chronicle" is published twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South ?le Van Diemen' Land, South Australia, New Zealand; and India; and in England, Scotland, and Ireland.- e Quarters end on 30th 'June, 30thSeptember, and Silt December; at which periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, ofter paying the amount due.-Advertisers should mark on ealch advertisement the number of insertions required; otherwise they are continued till, countermand Oe st discontinue or alter advertisements must be sent in before six o'clock on the evenings of 2Tuesday' and Friday; but new advertisements are receired till six o'clock on the evening before publication.-All instructions must be given in writing, and all letterspost paid NOTICE. i 'HE SUBSCRiBERS to this Paper, " aid tlie'Public in general, are respect fully fnf-rmed, that tle follow.ing rules will in future be strictly adhered to ; IN SYDNEY-The Subscription is Ten Shillings pe...
British Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 4 November 1846
iritfab I3xtractrts. IaREANo.-Tun Wino MrINmstR.-It is more than probable that by the time this communication reaches you all the offices in the gift of the Whig Minister will have been disposed of. The Evening Mail publishes a list of the appointments as handed about the clubs of London, from which it appears that there is but one opinion as to the certainty of Lord Besborough being the destined successor of Lord lHeytesbury In the viceroyalty of Ireland. Mr. Labouchere, it is also confidently stated, is to be the new Irish Secretary. There are still some doubts as to the Chancellorship, Lord Campbell's claim, in consideration of his having accepted it in 1840, without the prospect of a retiring pension, being considered paramount. All, however, depends on Mr. O'Connell, who insists upon Mr. Pigott being speedily and permanently provided for ;and this can only be accomplished by the elevation of Chief Baron Brady to the Court of Chancery, leaving the Ex chequer open for the accepta...
PUBLIC MEETING AT MAITLAND.—RENEWAL OF TRANSPORTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 4 November 1846
PUBLIC MEETING AT MAITLAND.-RE NEWAL OF TRANSPORTATION. Abridged from the Maitland Mercury. On Wednesday, the 28th ultimo, a public meeting was held at the Northumberland Hotel, for the pur pose of taking into consideration the proposed re newal of direct transportation to New South Wales, and the facilities now afforded for the introduction of probationers and exiles from Van Diemen's Land and elsewhere, and for the adoption of such mea sures in reference to these subjects as might appear to be most conducive'to the future welfare of the Colony. Shortly after twelve o'clock, about a hundred of tlhe most respectable inhabitants of East and West Maitland, and Morpeth, assembled in the long room of the Northumberland, when E. C. Close, Esq., Warden of Maitland District, was called to the chair unanimously. The Chairman, after reading the requisition and tile notice calling the meeting, said that he must say that the object for which they were that day assem bled gave him the greatest ...
Select Poetry. THE MOTHER'S FAITH. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 4 November 1846
- o- THE MOTHER'S FAITH. " Hark how the wind is whistling, Mother, List to the driving rain ; And, alas, to think thatnmy gentle brother .Is tossed on the stormy. pain." T'he mother raised her meek blue eye From the holy book to the stormy sky, .And a moment's flush went o'er her brow As she thought of the boiling flood below. But shel checked her human weakness well, And sighed for the heart that would rebel; And then she meekly spoke--" my love, .1 will not fear, there's a.God above." " But I have'been to the garden, mother, And the vine is trailed and torn, One rose tree crushed, and. pale the other Iproops like a thing forlorn ; And oh ! all night how the tall tree creaked, As if some fearful woe they shrieked;" Again the mothet's pale cheek burned, As she thought of him for whom she yearned; But she spoke again in holy trust, "The God I worship is good and just." " But look at the tossing waves, mother, :How they dash, and. foam, and roar, 'Ant the wild wirds howling almost smo...
INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31. Before the Chief Commissioner. MEETINGS HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 4 November 1846
INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31. Before the Chief Commnissioner. MEETINGS HELD. A single meeting was held in the estate of James M'Cracken, but no business was done relative to the estate. NEW INSOLVENTS. November 3.-John Shalless, builder, of William street, Sydney. Debts, 6021. 10s. 10. Assets, landed property, 1001.'; personal property, 2841.; outstanding debts, &e., 801. 14s. s (exclusive of bad and doubtful debts, 8221. 8s. 5d.;) balance deficiency, 1821. 5s. 10d. The following, note is appended to the schedule: -" My insolvency is attributable to losses sustained during a course of years, and to proceedings being commenced against me In the Supreme Court." Hutchinson Bell, official assignee. 3.-Joseph Aerons, the younger, of Bathurst, late a storekeeper. Debts, 4201. 15s. Assets, personal property, 141.; outstanding debts, 201. 15s. ; bad and doubtful debts, 1,4581. 13s. 14d., balance `deficiency, 3751. 10s. 3d. Clark Irving, official assignee. We are requ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 7 November 1846
AGERNS FOR THE' CURONICL& G0IJLBIRN-M.. CARNEY. BERlrIMA-Ma. B. M'MAHoN. PATERBON-ME. J. O'SULLIVAN. PARRAMATTA *Ma. P. CARiDFr. PoRT PItLLIP -Mia. J. BULLEN, WoLouNaooa-Ma. THOMAS FOWLi BATJIIRST-MR. T. JONES. QuEA&NnEAIN-,Ma. 'J.:J. WRIGHT. MAITL.AND-MR. T. MAISONY. CAMPBELLTOWN, &C.--MaL. MIALISTB*. WINDSOR--M. JAMES- CAsslDY. . PENRITII-ME. JAMES -'CARTIIrY. "' JERRY'S PLAINS-MR1. J. 3. HARPUR. BUJGONIA-Ma. EDWARID Hurnws. ADELAIDE-MR. JoHN NOWLAND., ' YASS--MR. C. RoURKE. GEELONO--MEW JOUN. MDoPHY r ' CLARENCE TOWN AND Dunoo -i*M. :Djif TIENIEY. Pubi4ed in t.ee, UlledoiKiflgt1Qd4ýbt 4iR. JoN8s, ;03, ,P.TERNOSer. r$OWD .Lo!nYllt. Mu. W J:3.BATTERRUYaan J Esaax-naSDouPM' LIAMEIyTTLIT, DPuDiLIn. printed ror thn Proprietor by EDdfAIWeJOHf JIdWda * LILY, of JIclrdinn,ri the Cvluntjot 6rCuibriDIW(lfl~d, l6 d lhhed h blym at: thAofib fi Lo.1 J:i nl'W * R t,S ydleiy,
"Police Office, Paterson. "October 30th. 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 7 November 1846
" Police Office, Paterson. ".October 30th. 1846. " Sza-I am directed by Major Johnstone to ac quaint you that, as the session is prorogued, and the question about the renewal of transportation is put off until next session, he thinks it'would be pre mature to call a meeting on the subject next week. He has therefore declined doing so. I saw Mr. Charles Boydell to-day, and he is also of the same •opinion.-I am, sir; your most obedient servant, " R. SrTUDDar. 4' J. Baowa , Esq.,J.P." .
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 7 November 1846
. IMPOUNDINGS, Old. Collector Pound, from the Farm of Patrick Coughlin, for trespass in a wheat paddock :-iroji grey colt; lbng black tail, black points, abouttwo' years old, 13 hands high, branded MTH or MFH near shoulder, apparently JH conjoined' under saddle near side, but not legible, damages 5s. .Also, by John Corey, of \MilIbank, for trespass-roan cbloured entire colt, about twelve months old, long tail,. 'branded apparently V near shoulder, damages £&. Also, by Mr. E. Hincksman-red sided steer,stat on forehead, slit. in near ear, little white on back and belly, branded WJ near ribs, damages 5s. Te. be sold on 13th November if not previously released. Ills. Jerry's Plains, on the 19th day of October, from Carrington Park-dark chesnut.mare, like an an chor on near shoulder, S under saddle near side, 8; under saddle off side, has a scar or brand like An. the face, has a kind of racing tail, appears to be aged, damages Is. Also, from Lucan Park, on the 23rd-dark bay pbny,...
HIS GRACE THE ARCH BISHOP. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 7 November 1846
HTS GRACE TIIHE ARCIIBISIIOP. WE perceive amongst the English news re cently received via Port Phillip, that the Ra/clicfe, (Captain Gilbert,) which our readers will remember left this port on the 16th February last, having on board his Grace the Archbishop of Sydney, arrived all well in the TDowns, on the 26th June, having made the passage in 130 days, being rather a lengthened 'voyage for -so fa-t sailing a ship. -\We hope that ie sha!l have the pleasure of communicating to our 'renders sonw intelligence from the Arch ,bishop 'himself by the next packetship.
INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3. Before the Chief Commissioner. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 7 November 1846
INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3. Bejore the Chief Com?missioner. PROOF OF CLAIMS. In the estate of Jolm Payne Lloyd, senior, a first meeting : William Bland, 41. 5s. 3d.; James Her sall, 24 1. THURSDAY, NOV. 5. In the estate of William Hughes Hallett, a special meeting was held, at which the insolvent was exa .mined as to some mgney left hint by his father. No claims were proved. NEw INSOLVENTS. November 3.-John M?Donald, of York-street, Sydney, painter. Debts, 541. 5s. Assets personal property, DI. ; outstanding debts, 31.; balance do ficiency, 421. 5a. Edward Knox official assignee. 4. John Howden, of Newcastle, blacksmith and storekeeper. Debts, 1701. 4s. 2d. Assets personal property, :.81. 5s. ; outstanding debts, 261. 3s. Sd.+ exclusive of bad and doubtful debts, 61. 19s. 8d.; balance deficiency, 851. 15s. 9d. John Walker official assignee. MEETING FOR TO-DAY. John Payne Lloyd, a second meeting, at 11.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 7 November 1846
TENDERS FOil THIU BENEVOLENT S, SOCIETY. rgHI[E undermentioned articles being re S quired for the Benevolent Society, persons willing to supply the same are requested to forward tenders,.,~'lth samples, addsessed to the Secretary, t the -Asylum, on or' before Monday, the Oth in stlant. . - Shirts (striped) 25 dozen, at per dozen Coarsecloth suits, of jackets and trousers 103 each, per suit or singly Washing' (Woollen) suits; for sick ward, frocks and trousers, at per suit Cotton print, 200 yards, at per yard Calico, white and brown, 500 yards, at per yard Flannel, 100 yards, at per yard Stockings, (men's worsted) 6 dozens pairs, at per parr Blue stuff petticoats, 200 yards, at per yard Osnaburgh, 300 yards, at per yard Blankets, (09-) 25 pairs, at per pair Rugs, woollen or cotton, 25, at each. GEORGE ALLEN, Secretary. Sydney, November 5. 3880 UBSCRItPTION LIST FOIL TIHE IRISH RELIEF FUND.'" Collected by Mr. Eugene ,F. O'Connor, at the Long Swamp. £ s. d. Mr. Samuel Hopkins ...... 0 ...
CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 7 November 1846
CATTLE M.ARKET. Nearly 600 head of fat cattle have been lately brought into the market, averaging from 5501b. to 7751bs. weight, the prices obtained for which did not exceed for the lightest, .21. 2s., and the heaviest 31., prices that do not by any means justify the butchers in charging 3d. per lb. for beef. MSILCn Cows -A mixed lot of 18 head sold at prices varying from 31. to 41 per head. CAL.vEs-Eight calves sold at 15s. to 18s. each.
GEORGE-STREET MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 7 November 1846
GEOluGE.STREET MARKEr. SALT BUTT-TwCWO tons of salt butter were disposed of at Is. 2d., Is. 3d. aud Is. 4d. per lb. BAcoN.-2 tons of bacon were sold at 6d. to 6d".' per lb. wholesale. SALT Poaic-38 cwt. of park was disposed of at 5d to 6d per lb. CHNESR-23 cwt, cheese sold at 6d to Oid per lb. Fowr.s AND FaRTr-Five loads of fowls paid dues during "the week, and 29 loads of fruit, for prices of which see market note.
Sydney Markets. [CORRECTED UP TO LAST EVENING.] FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 7 November 1846
-o roORRROTRD UP TO ItsT RVRNINOG, VL')Ult, WI? IAT, .ktco. .t s. d. .x P. J. Flo'r(la1e), iI s .... .. .. 0 0 0 to U 16 0 Ditto(seounds), ditto .... ... O 0.-0 .. U 14 Ditto (ritiout), ditto .... .... 0 0 0 .. (0 12 0 Uliad, 0 , s loaf .... .... U 0 0 .. 0U ' IsOulLt(lluep, (ow, .... .... O0 0 .. 1 0 0 Ditto (soound), ditto- .... .... O 0 0 .. 0 18 0" Hay, P ton ... * .... ....- 310 0 .. 0 1J 0 Ultto(retall), owt. .... .... 4 0 .. U 74 0 Wheat Straw,?(" cwt. .... ... 0 O3 0 .. 0 4 0 Podder, perdoeun ...... .... 0 0 4 . 0 0 edding, per load .... .... .... U 3 .. 0 4 0 Wheat, Cololniai, ( bushel .... 0 6 0 .. 0 6 0 iiarley,dltto ... .. .... 00 0 .. U 0 0 Ditto, Cape, ditto .. .... .... 0 0 ... O 0 0 Outs, ?# bushel (wholesalo) .... 0' 4 0 .. 0 0 0 Ditto, ditto(retail) ....... .... 0 0 0 "..' 0 0 U MaIle,ditto(wholesale) .... .... 0 3 3 .. 0 3 0 Dito,ditto(ratuil).... .... .... 0 4 0 .. 0 0 0 Bran, bush .. .............. U 1 3 .. 0 1 0 BUT'CHStR'S MItA'l Beef, oato:u, per lb' ....... ...
Government Gazette. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3. PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 7 November 1846
4 ocvgnt ntent ?a;cttc, -o TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3. PROCLAMATION. By His Excellency Sia CUAaLES AUGUSTUS FITz Roy, Knight Companion of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order, Captain-General and Governor in-Chief of the Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, and Vice-Admiral of the same, &c., Sc. Whereas by a certain Act of the Governor and Legislative Council of New South Wales, passed in the third year of the reign of His late Majesty King William the Fourth, intituled, " An Act to consoli date and amend the Laws for the .transportation of offenders in New South Wales, and.for defining the respective powers and authorities of General .Q uarter Sessions, and of Petty Sessions, and for determining the places at which the same shall be holden, and for better regulating the summary jurisdictiction of Justices of the Peace, and for repealing certain laws and ordinances relating thereto," it was amongst other things enacted, that the Courts of General Quarter Sessions for t...
Supreme Court. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3. SITTINGS IN BANCO. Before their Honors the three Judges. EXPARTE MARSHALL, IN RESHIP "HAIDEE." [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 7 November 1846
fupvreny e ourt. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3. SITTINGS IN BANCO. Before their Honors the three Judges. "EXPARTE MARSHALL, IN RE SHIP " IAIDEB." In this case the Chief Justice pronounced judgment to the effect, that the .rule for a prohibition to re strain the Court of Vice Admiralty in this colony from further proceeding in a suit for wages, at the instance of William Kohler and James Hollis, sea men, must be discharged. The Court wouldneot m?lae any order as to costs. ALLEN V. E4LES. This was an action of trespass tried before Mr. Justice Dickinson, and a verdict had been given for the plaintiff, with nominal damages, upon the first issue, but for the defendant upon the second and third issues, which went to the whole cause of action. The present motion ,as made on the part of the plaintiff for a new trial. MIr. Michie appeared in supportof the motion, and the Solicitor General and Mr. Darvall in support of the verdict. Their Honors were of opinion that theverdict of the jury upon the seco...