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Sydney Markets. JANUARY 30, 1843. FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 31 January 1844
i- JANUAiRY 30, 18480. FLOUR, WHEAT, ao. Fine Flouri.l10 p. 100lbs, Bran, s 0.1 to laUd per bush -econds,. s by retail Bread, 4 to Od per 2lb loaf arley,Us lid to 2s 9d ditto Fine isouit, 17s per owt. Barley, ulpe, 2s 104 to Us 0d econd dtto, 4s ditto ditto Colonial Wheat, let quality, Oats, 2s 6d to os Od' 3s to as Od. in demand Hay; £2 5s to .3 0a per ton Vau Dilmeu's Land ditto, 3s Wheatlatraw, lai d to Is 84 per 94 to 4, in request owl Ma ate, ouslonal, etd to 2Od G0 rss,wholesale, d to 7d per dstto dot. buudles, retail, 10d FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. Oranges, 86 to 9d per dos Potatoes, Colonial, £3 0l to Lemons, 2d to 4d per dozen 4i 10s per tosn P'lums, 44 to 4d per dozen Ditto, V. 1).L., £5 Ids to .4? Gooseberries, 3d. to Od per ditto quart Turnips, id to 3d4 er buneh Apples, Is to Is 0d per dozen Carrots, 2d to 3d per bunch Uintna, 9d to Is per packet halot and Iltadliahes, 1d per Aprleots, d to Is per doseen bunch ;treen Bananas, 2s per dozen Lettuces, 2d to 2}d each Pears, 4d t...
PETITION AGAINST THE IMPORTATION OF COOLIES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 31 January 1844
LbTITOON ALGAINIT. TiR, IMPOR7ATIZON,O COOLIlae. '..flit Excellencysthe Governor.has been peasued to direct Iheapublication, for general roformatiosnol the following despatch, received from the rigot honorable thes'decreary; of State: ror the:*colongni.dated: 41th August,.1843, No. 122,;in reply, ta.Lpetition tosthe. Quteen, against the importation of Uoolies, or other: laborer' Iem fl hdla iuo thil colony. (OarPl.) " No. 122. Downing.atreet, 4th Auglust,..843.; SI',--I have received your despatch. No. 37.,,of the 27th of March lasti ftrwardit ga petition to the Queen, signediby persons principally of tBheworking; 1olkases inrSydneys,against'he.im portation of.Ooui.es or other- labourers from' India ,,ioa. the. colony of CNew. South Wales. You will acquaint'the petitioners that I have laid' theirpetition' be?ore"tbs Queen, wo- was pleased to receives it very graciously, and. iuat tier Majesty.', government. nave: no. me.sure so. cottemplalon. for giernmtting the.emigration of Coolie...
Government Gazette. FRIDAY, JANUARY 26. SAVINGS BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 31 January 1844
-0 FasnDr6 Jwo*eAavr??. With reference to the notice of 11th November. 1841, appointing the Trustees of the Savings Bank of New South Wales; his Efseellencrytbhe.Governor has, deemed it espedient to make an alteration in; the Trustees therein named. and has been pleasedto appoint the following gentlemen to be Trustees of the said Bank', vi ra The Honorable Edward Deas Thomson, Esquire, Vice President; . John Blasland, Esquire; Thomas Shadforth, Esquire William Lithgow, Esquire; William-Dawes, Ifquire; James Raymond, Esquire; Alexander Blowers Sinitn, Esquire; Henry Smyth,.Esquire; 'I'homas Barker. Esuirei ' Joseph Long Inees, Esquiret Hutchinson Hothersall Browne, Esquire;. Hastings Elwin,.Esquire ; Walllam Bland, Esquire; Robert How; Esquire; John Gilchrist, Esquire; Thomas Icely, Esquire ;. Robert Low, Esqunse; and Franoas Lewis Shaw Merewether, Esquire. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased. lo, appointL William Augustus Miles, Esq., Commis simner of Polirce to sanction th...
A FRIGHTFUL PICTURE OF THE STATE OF "MORALS AND EDUCATION" IN ENGLAND! [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 31 January 1844
4 FRIGHTFUL PICTURE OF THE STATE OF " MORALS AND EDUCATION" IN. ENGLAND I -0 We implore attention to the appalling statements that were made in regard to the heathen ignorance in which thousands were to be found in both Man. cheaster and Birmingham, and to the ready induce ments to crime so plentifully provided an the shape of pawnbrokers' shops, beer houses, public housen, and other liaunts, in which virtue, health,character, and happiness are alike destroyed; and more espe cially do we beg attention to the state and condition of the female blackamiths of Sedgeley, and of the girls employed in the oseoral pin msnufactories. In regard to Manchester, L rd Ashley stated, that in the return moved for by him last year, he found the following facts respecting the state of the population of that great town. By the police returns made up to December, 1842, it appeared there were t'aken into custody .................... 13,346 Discharged by magistrates without punish. meat ......... ..........
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 31 January 1844
Tun. WRONG WAY TO CoiaRc.-Mr. Kenny, the popular dramatist; in drinking a glass of wine, inadvertently swallowed a small substance which nearly choked him. A friend, seeing his distress, and anxious to proclaim to his compaulon the sad state of the case, exclaimed, " It is Cork gone the wrong way?" " I don't know whether t is the way to Jora ," said a wag who was present, " but it seems a very likely way to kill Kouny." CURE FOR CHEWING TonAcco.-.-Read the following paragraph :-- Economy --'Tobacco, whioh has been chewed once, may be rendered fit for chewing a secunid time, by dipping it in vinegar and water, and drying it in the sun A coloured gentleman in this city sells hundreds of pounds per wees, which has been renewed in this manner. Hte can safely recommend it, as he has chewed it all himself, andknows it to be genuine.
Original Correspondence. THE HERMIT. XV.—THE ORDER SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 31 January 1844
OrtStal t?o e90o pollenaln e. ,,m-a-. TaE HatrMiT, XVy..THEn;oRDua SYSTEM. "The large and often eatortionate rate of dissount exacted In the cashing of orders by publicans and storekeeprs, is, undoubtedly, an repo il of the manigrat commuiee. I am ot wevwaer t hat it reqired a bogen body of witse IAcrtosn a us lcr whe thus too ofiten rih thely truispos o hto earnings for the mere temporary indulgence of tits of dtulpclllon.^--Rpor of - the Seet.c Co. o itlte on.· ammi 'Mo. Entroa-I have only now, for the first time, MO the report of the emigration committee.. I am nat aware that it required 'a chosen body of wise acres to make us acquainted witthe 'truisrmE on which that report is based. I learned froai my grandmother, full seventy years ago, that lab'our would be required to fertilisze the soil i and, that for a fair division of wealth, the price of labour should be regulated by. it productive profits; and that good old lady, at the san e time, e.er impressed on my mind, the religi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 31 January 1844
AGENTS AND COUNTRY ORDERS. W E request of our Agents not to trans mit us any orders, unless they think them to be really good ones, and re seived in payment fronm our subscribers,. as-we have reason to think that ;seviiral ordlersaJlve been sent to us for collection for other parties, and which were never passed as payment of our accounts. The patience is worn out of the soul, and the soles from off the feet of our collector, in seeking payment for these worthless orders. NOTICE. O UR SUBSCRIBERS at Parra matta are informed that M R. THoMAs HIGGINs will call upon them for the amountoftheirrespeotivo accounts, he will furnish proper vouchers, signed by the undersigied, and no others will be acknowledged. M. D'ARCY.
CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 31 January 1844
OLEA?ED OUT, For London, the barque Oesn, Ward, with colonial produce. Passengers-Mrs. Ward, son, and servant, Mrs. Aubrey, Mrs,'and Miss Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Morris and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Freeman and six children, Mr. and Mrs. Beech. Miss M'Kellar, Mr. and Mrs. Bell and five children, Mr. and Mrs. tayner, Mr. and Mrs. Caddington and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Dodd and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Purley and child, Mrs. Alexander and child, Mr. and Mrs. Primrose, and bMlademoiselle Lavisure ; Messrs. Wroe, Blanohard, Rlobinson, Hail, Caldwell, MLurton, Cobden, Smith, rhomas, Cobden, 0. and J. Anderson, Herbert, Tigue, Montgomery, Bearn, Ciancy, Horner, itootsey, Shaw, Vauce, Skilton, Haaell, Sturges, (uan, Newton, Greig, Wnritman, Cole, and DLysdale. -For London, the Hondurras, 342 tons, Hall. Passengers--Messrs. Parsons, and Singleton, three Masters Hunot, and female servant, Elis Davis,,. 'Thp.Bolien, frm.Twofold Ilay, arlived atAuckland on the 6th instant, with cattle. The...
CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, FEBRUARY, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 31 January 1844
CATHOLIO DIRECBOTORY, FEBRUARY, 1844. -. I t. lgtUtiu,, mart., semid. F. POu at B. V M. doble 8. 9 St. Hilarus,. bishop, confessor, Jan. 14,semldouble BR 4 Septuages, gel do ca, semid. IL 8 t. Agatha, virgin and mart., double . t St. Andrew Corsini, bishop and confessor, 4th hujus, double W. 7 St. Romuald, abbot, double T. 8 St. John de Matha. confessor, double 8. 10 St. eholotica, virgin, double U. 11 Sexeges, 2d cl. decs, semid. M. 12 De a T. 13 De es W. 14 St. Valentlnus, mst, simple . 15 8. Faustinus and Jovia, mart.simple F. 16 De a 8. 17 De B. M. in b. . 18 Qnlnquages. cl. d a semid. 1.' 19 Dec. . 20 De ca W. S1 Fer.4 Cinerum T. Cathedra, 8 Petri Antoch, double major F. 23 St Peter Damlau, bishop and doctor, double major 8. 24 t Matthew. e, " double . 25 Quadrages, i e.ide~c semid. d. 26 Deca T. 97 Deca . 28 Just, Temp.de c T. 29 Deca
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 31 January 1844
DBPARTUBES.. Jan. 26.- For London, the barque Fonsy, Andrews, with colonial produce. Passengers--Mrs. Hyndman, five children, and servant; Messrs. Hayley, Whitfield, and Gnszsoriner . . 26.-For Norfolk Island, the barque Maitland, Thonmpson, with 194 male convicts. Passengers Major Childs, Commandant of Norfolk Island ; Dr. M.Laren, R.N., Captain and Mrs..Lavers, Lieut. Botts, R,N., Mr. Rowe, Colonel Jackson, Captain Reed, Ensign Mends, and 86 rank and file of 99th regiment, four women, three children, and six over seers, Mr. and Mrs. Dalton, and two children. 26.-For Port Phillip, the barque Ad, ., Waddell, with sundries. Passengers-Dr. Black, Mrs. Black, four daughters and three sons, and servant ; Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, Mr. J. Nash and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd, Mlr. and Mrs. Hodson and child, Messrs. Bourne, Thomson, Campbell, Raleigh, Isaac, Murphy. Corey. Lingard, and Loch.. JAN. 26.-The Henrietta, 660 tons, Longford, for Calcutta. Passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Hogg, Mr. and ...
DISTRESSED STATE OF THE POOR OF CALTON AND BRIDGETON. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 31 January 1844
DIUSTRiESSED s?ATEC OF THE POOR OF WCALTON AND BIflIDGETON. -o S "' rotm the Edtuburgla Courier.] We understand the poor of' Calton and Bridgeton are now i oan awfu ly distreased stale; in veiy;msany instiaceas :=ve or sth sick-persons are huddleid tor gether under heHrtiredding clrctimstancea.. eThere ire traitai'n the csi?eo Gallton and Bridgetoo un. 'i ralllIete'ferhafi;, in he iannals of diiiis sa, they dre dee'h?iedrof ac?ieia to the' Glasgow IRoyal In. firmaryi; d a t? tii i district doctors stand up' for the non.removal of theipoor' declare they are better in their lar 'o on their palleta of straw".~ithan ori clean and comfortable beede in the' I hlrmary, a'nd attempt to defend themselves in this, their ignorance of pieblic duty : Tihe re.voltin.g coidot 'of one of the elder' lia- so far exasperated thli people. that his e?ffgy was pubitoly 'mariched through Brigeien with a child Iahis ;iouith' (h hahvitg dismiie ed a poor woman who had applied for a colle for her child witho...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 31 January 1844
:THR ?RIGHT :RYy. DR. COLLtran, VxAon A?PosroLIo 0o THe MAURITIOI.-On Mon? day last, at half, past four :M , the Bishop, of Milkve, attended byithe clergy, churchwardeon, and members of the Fabric, went;on 'board the ship Maertoun, in' which veisel :he had -taken his pasaige to Bombay, and shortly afterwards took leave of our shore.- Every proof of the sympathy and respect so highly merited by the Bishop of Milbve was dim. played on the occasion of his departure. 'For nmany days past the dwelling of the venerable' chier of. the Roman Catholic clergy was thronged, withwvisilors of all. ranks, classes, and ages, eager to coovey to him' the expression of their regret and reinmnibrance, and to'receite In exchange a promise of a speedy ,returbi. Telse moving testimonials of gratitude and affection were calculated to awaken in in the Bishop of' Miihve feelings of a most pleasurable' nature, anod the rffecting address delivered'iby him'on Sundayto hie:parishioners when taking leave of them...
RECEPTION OF A CATHOLIC QUEEN BY A PROTESTANT PEOPLE. QUEEN MARY ENTERING EDINBURGH. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 31 January 1844
RECEPTION OF A CATHOLIC QUEEN 'IBY A PROTESTANT PEOPLE, :, , -0 hURBON MART EWBRiNG sDIumsURGU. e The Queen was received with great signs' ofoy by the nobility, whereof the most' part: v as''coni - terfeit, and was mightily criid up, by the Commons. Hers'Beauty; 4youtoh and itately carrisge, possessed the people with a reverence to her persoi ,ai'first, and a resolaitionb o oliedli~ace'; but the'affection of the people is like a cock l pon 'the top of a steeple; it turns 'which'way the wbid blows, and' is "never fi?ed bfibutjt'i'ttrninog, those same people, that re ceived her now with Hosaniia, within a short time were those that.erueified her ; we shall take a view of her entry Into Edinburgh, whi ls ale imade on the lat daty of Sr' epti'ebei7gia, wih imost part of the 'nobility of Scotland, except thei Duke of Hamiltion andl hi sons, who'werde noted 'absent. "She esntered at the West' Port'.'" The solemnities ware tiruly stately, 'but too long for an 'ibridgment. ' Some things' we...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 31 January 1844
$0tpptng ) cttellgteiice. Jae. 27.-From Port Nicholson, via Twofold Bay, having left the former on the let, and the latter on the 20th Instant, the brig Bee, 184 tons, Le Grand, in ballast. Passengers,-Miss Stanley, tfIr. and Mrs. Ledgard, Mar. R. Ledgard, Mr. Smith, and one in the steerage. 28.-Flom Auckland, via the Bay of Islands, ha" 'g left the former on the 1thb, and the latter on the 18th instant, the brig C;ty of Sydney, 106 toes, Munro, with sundries. Passengers-Mesars. Kisk, Leggett, Cummings, and Keesing. 30.-From Liverpool the barque Alice Brookes, 202 tons, Jackson, having sailed on the- 16th September, with merchandise. Passeger--Mr. E. Little. Agents, Messrs. Gosling and-brews. 80.-From Launceston, the brig Uanioa. 166 tons, Grainger, with grain. Passeogers- Mr. Gilbert, and Mrs. Stewart.
CIVIL SIDE. MONDAY, JANUARY 29. (Before their Honors the three Judges, in Banco.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 31 January 1844
oIVIL SIDE: MONDAY, JANUar 29. (Before their Honors th three Judges, in Da?oo.) This being the first day of terin their Honors took their seats upon the bench at twenty ,minutes- past ten, in their full iobe'sof oaile. SAmongo other matters w'hich' came :before th' court, was the followlng application in behalf of JOHN KNAICHUOLL. Mr. Lows moved, in the matter of John Knatchbull a prisoner at present under sentence of death uopon a charge of muirder; that the cotirt would fix a day. upon'which to hear argBmnent'respecting' the inqp. lidity of the sentence pronounced by the Judge before whom the prisoner had been tried.. Mr. Justice Burton said, that such an application came very suddenly upon the court, iiusmach as no grounds were stated upon which it might be urged, and 'no notice had been given to himself, as the Judge before whom. the case had been tried. The proper coarse to have been' adopted, would have been to,petition the Judgea trying the case, who would lay the petition be...
SCOTS' KIRK. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 31 January 1844
SfCPTS' KIRK. Aswewish to. gratify every sectioni of thbse who.. may honor thp Chronicle. with a perusal, with a sort of mirror ofithe passing events of the day i and'asi Irish affairs are by far the most promiinent aind important, we have necessarily been obliged to devote a more than ordinary share of our columnsi to them.' We do not, however, forgot ouir Caledonian brethren, now engaged in an arduous struggle against what they consider tyranny and usurpation, in which we heartily sympathize with them. ' We give the following rational and 'well-written article on the subject from an able London print.: T3H YFARE InK AND THE VOLUNTATY. PIUNOmPLS. . Phblosophical .,istorians, wlos .ban eodusp .t lnsmas irse andad thesorL4diail'y of ??~S6b had dwelt wih pi4fs.: Aa ..pleresoa. di , ior.. I those Presbyterian patriots who, in the reign of .ibhe. I second Charles, resigned their prefermentsa rather I then subscribe to the Act of, Uniformity.. This was a noble protest against the monstro...
Supreme Criminal Court. SATURDAY, JANUARY 27. (Before their Honors the three Judges.) INDICTMENT FOR CONSPIRACY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 31 January 1844
2,uprtnits ettlnal Court. -o SATUnDAY, JANUARY 27. (Before their Honors the three Judges.) INDICTMENT FOR CON o PIRfAYe. The Attorney General filed an information against Thomas Bell and JIoh Htamilton, late of Parramatta, charging them with having conspired to defraud th.e Queen of certain sums therein specified. The defendants pleaded not guilty. Mr. Windeyer applied, on behalf of defendents, for a copy of the information, which the court 'granted. The Attorney General applied to have' the trial of thb 'defendants postponed until next seasions, on the ground that he was unable to proceed immedi%, aiely with the trial, in consequeneo of an allegedl .pe,.returp,.upon whichthe case or. Ih.e..rown: ,chiefly resed, haying been sent to.England by the' Commissariat. Department, so that' they would be obliged to wait the return of post from that country before it could be produced. S.The court ordered the defendantsto be. remanded until next sessions, and to.be discharged in tho'i*. terim...