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REVIVAL OF TRANSPORTATION. REPORT OF THE SELECT COMMITTEE OF THE RENEWAL OF TRANSPORTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 11 November 1846

REVIVAL OF TRANSPORTATION. REPORT OF TIIHE SELECT COIMMITTEE ON THE`RE NEWAL OF TRANSPORTATION. The Select Committee of the Legislative Council, appointed on the 13th instant, " to inquire into, and report.upon the Despatch of the Right Ho norable the Secretary of State for the Colonies, to Governor Sir Charles Augustus Fitz Roy, dated 30th April, 1846, respecting the renewal of transportation to this Colony," hereto append ed, have agreed to the following report. IN entering upon the wide field of inquiry which the above despatch 'opens out, your committee have had no hesitation, at this late period of the session, in abstaining altogether from the consideration of the principal question propounded by it, whether the renewal of transportation to these colonies will be " conducive to the interests, and agreeable to the inclinations of those whom it will most directly and intimately concern." Without meaning to cast any doubt on thie sincerityof the declaration of the Right Honourabl...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 11 November 1846

ENGLISH NEWS. (Fromn the Port Phillip Patriot and illelbourne Argy s.) By tlhe arrival of the Arab" and Renown at Port Phillip, intelligimnce has been'rcceived froin Enspland to the 6th July ; the tbllow ing appb'ars to bethle most important itome. - Lord John Russell had succeeded in forming his ministry, notwithstanding the scruples of Earl Grey, as to acting with Lord Palmerston. The following is the new ministry : President of the Council, Marquis of Tansdowne ; Privy Seal, Earl Minto; Home Secretary, Sir G. Grey; Foreign Secretary, Viscount Palmerston; Colonial Secretary, Earl Grey.; First Lord of the Treasury, Lord John Russell; Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mr. C. Wood; Duchy of Lancaster, Lord Campbell ; Paymaster General, Mr. Mfacauley; Woods and Forests, Viscount Morpeth ; Postmaster General, Marquis of Clanricarde; President of the Board of Trade,-Earl Clarendon ; Board of Control, Sir J. C. Hobhouse; Secretary for Ireland, Mr. Labouchere; First Lord of the Admiralty, Earl...

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WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 11 November 1846

WOOL. The following letter from Buckles and Co., shows a further decline .in the wool market of one penny per pound-making a total fall upon this (as con trasted with last) year's prices of at least 21d.: London, 4th July, 18I46. Our second periodical wool sales of the season commenced yesterday, and we are glad to say that, so far as we are able t) judge from a single lay, prices went only a trille lower than at the May sales -much as we hope the market may not give way further as the ;sales advance, we must.confess that we are not altogether without some misgivings on the subject, however. The New Corn Law has finally passed, and came into operation on the 27th ultimo. Its immediate eflhcts have been to paralyse the market, the buyers being yet at a loss how to regulate their dealings in the present altered position of the trade. In English wheat there has been a decline of fully 4s. per quarter .on previous quotations, whilst of foreign corn it is very difnicult to effect sales a...

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INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7. Before the Chief Commissioner. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 11 November 1846

INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. SATURDAY, NOVEMIER 7. Before the Chief Commissioner. PrOOPOP CLAIMS.. In the estate of John Payne Lloyd, senior, a secend meeting was held, at which Thomas Williams proved a claim for 1391. 10s. 7d., andd the Austra lian Trust Company one for 12981. 7s. 3d. TIIE WHIEAT CRop.-Frrom every in quiry we have made, we are happy to learn that the approaching wheat harvest is likely to be a very productive one. The crop has certainly a most healthy and luxuriant appearance. and may now be considered safe from rust. Blight has attacked some few fields, but only on their edges, where ex posed to the action of the late high winds, but wherever it has made its appearance, it has not shown itself sulliciently extensive to create serious uneasi. ness in the mind of the farmer.--Matltand dlercnlry. FATAL ACCIDENT.-A man named Can ton, a carpenter residing at Newcastle, being in a state of bad health, met with his death under the following circumstances. He had gone to bed o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 11 November 1846

- The ?idne.Chroiicle": is published wice:aweek, on Wiednesdoy and '&aturday; and is extensively circulated hrougu;New South Wales, an Dimen's Land, SaouhAusralia, New Zealand, and India; and in England, Scotland, and Ireland.- The Qurer end on the 31s _arch 30th . une, 30lh .September, .and. 31t December; at which periods onl?rsubsccribers can decline receiving it, after.paying the amount due.- Advertsers 'should mark- on -each advertisement the number of insertions required; otherwise they are continued tiltei cauntrmanded Orders io discontinue or alter advertlsements mut be sent in before six o'clock on the evsoenings of 2Tuesday and Friday; but new advertisements are received till tix o'clockon the e?ning before publication.-Alt instructions must be giei inw ritig, and all letters post paid NOT-ICE. T- ,HE'SUBSCRIBERS to .this Paper, S' and the Public in general, are respect-. :fully informed,, thct'the following rules will in future be strictly adher4 to- ,INSYDNEY-The ...

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THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 11, 1846. REVIVAL OF TRANSPORTATION. WENTWORTH'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 11 November 1846

THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. 'WEDNESDAY, NOJ-. 11, 1846. 'REVIVAL "OF TRANSPORTATION. WENTWORTH'S REPORT. IT was not our intention to have -written anything-more at present on the projected -Revival of Transportation. It was our wish rather to have left our readers to the -guidance of their own judgment in accu .mulating materials whereby their opinions on the subject might be confirmed, and their zeal in the public cause might be' .stimulated. Still less were we disposed to excite to a higher degree the indignation or to deepen the regret so generally and fervently ex 'pressed by the city constituency, on account Sof the talents misapplied, the good princi ples abandoned, and the legislative duties 'perverted, by their nominal representative, Mlr. Wentworth. We have no pleasure in letting our cogitations dwell on that iniqui tous conduct which has called forth 'the heavy reprobation it has been our duty to .cast upon that leading member of our Le gislative Council; and the lighter repre h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 11 November 1846

T HE Committee of the Benevolent So ciety beg to inform the public, that they have on their books, as pensioners, a number of single persons, and of families who stand in need of as* sistance, in consequence of the husbands being out of employment. They therefore take this means of giving pub licity to the circumstance, and to inform persons requiring labour that a list is prepared, and may be seen at the Asylum, of the names, ages, calling, residence, and cumber in family of ea;c case; and should the Committee feel satisfied tilat reasonable o!hirs for employment (whether in their particular trades or not) have been refused, they will at once strike such case from their books. STie Committee earnestly request the co-operation of the public, in this their attempt to preserve the funds of this charitable institution for the assistance of the industrious poor only. The following is .a list of the trades and occupa. lions of the persons referred to. Tailors . Braiss founders and finish...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 November 1846

AGENTS FOR THE CHRtONICI h.. GouzaiUaze-Ma. CAunnrT. BeajLIMA--MR. B. M'iMuIoz . PATranon-Ma. J.L O'SUx.L1VAw. - ( PaaAnarTA -Ma. 'P. CAUDrW. 'PoaT PBILLIP -Ma. J. BULLENf. ' " -WoLLONOONG---Ma. ` FBOMAa Fowi&IJE. *]ATnuasT-Ma. T. JONESa. QuEnAnnnEY.nMa. J.. . "Wazewr. MAITLAND-Ma.' T. :MAno r. CAMPnI3LLTOWN,:&c.-Ma. M.'ALIf Ur.' Whnwsoa--Ma. tJAltas CAUIDY. PaNruITH-Ms. JA1IES 'M'CAarur. Jan9T's PLAInS-Ma:J.. ' J3. H:AIU. 'BvnozNlA--Ma. EDWARD Huosila. 'ADELAIDE-Ma. 'JOHN Nowz.aetD. YAbs-Ma.' C. Roouaa. UGEELOrw-RMa.30OU1 Muawuv CLAaarzn Tows AND Dlwclea-O'ýM ' DNtM TIEdNNEY. Published in thA United Ktng4Qom4'N Ma. Jonsa "3, PAsrTaxNoaiza-nDW, LfrONDO& Ma. WV. J. BATTEBSD, 10, E.SEX-DRIDGB#Pr4 LIAMEnT-STrEET, DUDLIN. X'tinted for'tbn Proprietor by UIDWAl'tD: 0HNi HA%%'P LILY, of lIedfernI III athCopiy'to Cumbv$SlAb, wt 4 , ob Ilabet byi hm I.a q Clrunrel. tiflelti-P to. 1JlLtj*4'I0 Ee.IitM b"ealy1 MnSnb.L W LS' 4A).,. g4,'IWt.'

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Government Gazette. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10. LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 November 1846

Q.obis. tent ea ettc, TUESDAY, NOVEMIBER 10. At eleveni o'chock, on Vednesday, tia 9th De cember, the following portions of land will 1e o red for sale by public auction, at the Colonia Treasury, in Sydney, at the uptet price -ffied to eaih lot respectively. Deposit 10 per cent. . sUURDAN LOTa. Cumberland.-1. 8 acres and six perches, parish bof Alexandria, at Wavierly 2 6 acres, saiiie plae. 3. 4 acres, 3 roods, anid 8 perches, samne place. Upset price, 51. per acre. 18; 3 acres, 1 rood, and 36 perches, parish of. Concord, near Longbotto , in Hen andl Chlicken Bay, allotiiieit No. 12. 19. 2 acres and 20 perches, No. 13, same ptlace. 20. 2 acres, 3 'rodbs, and 7 perches, "No 14, saine place. Upset price,. 41. Ier acre. 28. 6 acres and I rood, parish of Cabramatta, on South Creekk. Upset price 21. 10s. per acre. 29. 3 acre;s 1 rdod, and 20 perclhes, parish of Cook, ond Soutli Creek. Upset price 3l. per acre. Cook.- . 5 acres aid 2 roods, parish of Strath don, near Emu, allotimeint No....

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 November 1846

1Warie:tL8. -0-. GsaReAN Or?.zION or ENGLIoS Ga?iArtIss8. The following remarks from the leadihg'eaiticle of a ]erlin journal show the view taken by disinterested and :remote parties of the present position of the British empire :--" Another great state has fallen before the power of the British arms : One of the bravest and most intelligent races of the Asiatic family ; knit together in the religious unity of a pure Monotheism; strong in themselves, and for. tified by .the jealousy of European powers into a bulwark~ of war ;- have, within a few weeks?,of conimencing their unexpected attack-intoxlcated as they were with" dreams of victory, seen 'all .their hopis destroyed. The finest, most numerous, and' best disciplined army ever raised in that part of the" world since the downfal of the MUMrattas; equipped with all'the arts' and implements of 'war, has been reached behind its entrenchment by the bayonets of a force one-third, or one-fOurth, their number. 'otir battles, and great b...

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CAUSES AND CURE FOR FOOT-ROT IN SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 November 1846

CAUSES AND CURE FOR FOOT-ROT IN' SHEEP. (From the Launcest on kxarnisier.) That this disease is highly infectious, every per son at all acquainted with it readily admits. It seems to 'be cbmmunicated by ichorous matter from the diseased foot, left on the ground, nndl appied to the foot of a healthy sheep. Sheep are liablo to be partially infected on any soil; but when the pasture is stony, or hard and bare, the animils travel more in search of food, and thus keep the hoofs short and smooth, and more free of cavities or laceratibns about the ies or sides of the foot. On this account ssheep "fed on dry hard pastures are less suirject to foot-rot than those fed on soft and rich pastures. Whenever the.weather is hot and moist, the disease spreads rapidly, but in cold and dry weather, and especially when it is frosty, it is much less severe. The disease is simply contagious, not hereditary ; nor does it seem to affect the constitution previous to its appearance. Wherever it exists, it sp...

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OPENING OF ST. JOHN'S CHURCH, WEST MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 November 1846

OPENING 1OF ST. JOHN'S CIHURCHI, WEST MAITLAND. * *This beautiful building, so creditable to tile Ca. tholics of Maitland and its vicinity, was opened for public worship on Sunday last, the 8th instant, by the Rev. Dean Lynch. After a preliminary service at the old chapel, the congregation, which was very numerous, formed in procession, and, together with their reverend and respected pastor, proteeded t the new edifice, which is situated in a pleasant and commanding part of the town, and the ceremonies prescribed by the Roman ritual at the blessing of a church were per formed, after which divine seryice was celebrated in the new building. . The church was densely crowded throughout the ceremony by persons from all parts of tile dis trict. The building is an extremely neat and hanid some edifice of stone, in tle plain Gothic style. It lies east and west, and at the west end .over the principal entrance rises a tower or belfry, tile four corners of which are surmounted by handsome pin...

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THE NEW POPE. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 November 1846

THE NEW POPE. The election of Cardinal Mastei Ferretti as head of the Catholic Church, appears to give much satis faction in France.' The Presse says that Iheis one of uhie cdrdiils,' whose names appear in'the list of candidates, whose success would be agreebi.t eto the French Government. fThe Debats gives the fol lowing account of the election :-" The conclave of the Sacred College only lasted two days. It com menced on the 14th, and 'terminated on ithe 1th June. Itarcly. has a conclave' been so short. It is said that the political position of the States of the Church, and the necessity'of pjtittiig `n 'end to the agitation which might 'have cnded in disorder, hastened the determination of the cardinals. The new Poep has the reput?iion of tbenig?ioderate and conciliatory, nd'his 'noniiation'hlas'bn engenerully f(vourably received. Cardinal 'lastei FeJrretti, In mountlg th9q throne of. St. Pkter, takes the'title of Plus IX. l ols'ohe'ofi the youngest Popes (being, as we stail } yest...

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DREADFUL COLLISION—FRIGHTFUL LOSS OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 November 1846

DREADFUL COLLISION-FRiGHTFIJL LOSS OF LIFE. , (From the Liverpool Times.) A collision, 'attended with a frightful lois of life, took place on the river Mersey on Moinda: 'nglht, off the Magazines, at a quarter before eleven, between the iron steamer Sea Nymph, which was leaving this port for Newry; and the iron steajlnoat Ra~mbler which was entering the rjver from Sligo, wiih up wards 'of 250 passengers, and a great quantity o'f cattle., The following particulars of this melancholy event have been communicated to us bly i geeitleman residing at the Magazines:- At the time when the collision took place, the boats were proceeding in opposite directions, but the reason wliy they came into collision iiust l;e 'mtter of subsequenti inquiry. Our informant states that the night. was clear. From some cause, however, Instead of passing each other;, tie- Sea: NYjph struck the Rambler, on the larboard bow with ter rible violnece, cuttihTg away her bulwarks and her hull mich below the water lin...

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INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10. Before the Chief Commissioner. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 November 1846

INSOLVENCY PROCEEDI1GS. TUESDAY; NOVEMBERI 1i0. Before the Cdief Qoinmirrtoner. 'PROOPOF CLAIMS. In the estate of Michael Gannon, an adjourned special meeting was held, which was again ad journed. WEDNESDAY, NOV.. ii. In the estate of John Shalless, a first meeting; Daniel, Richardson,: £3; Robert lBurgess, £14 15s. ad.; Samuel Priestley, £3 19s.4d..; Francis Whlitworth, 155 16s. 3d.; ,Williami Aitkin, £226 9s. 10d.; Thomas Martin put in an affidavit of a claim for £13 15s., which was directed to stand over till next meeting before being admitted as a claim. Thomas Hall, £227 4s. 10d.; William Cargo, £15 18s. O~d.; H. M"iiller, £36 6s. 9d. THURSDAY, NOV. 12. In the estate of Charles Gill, a single meeting : Williani Carter, 51. 11s. 3d.; John Morrow, 11. 8s; Richard Westaway, 101. 19s. 0.?.; John Short' 21. Is. 9d.; Charles Gill, 91. 2s.;;Edward Bones, 41. 9s. 9d.; Melville Innes, It. 12s.; William Lan caster, 51. 3s. 6d.; David Hilton, 21. 7s. ; Irvinge Johnstone, 31. The meeting a...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 November 1846

IMPORTS. November 12.-Statesman, barque, 355. tons, Captain Rowitt, from Liverpool: 2 boxes books, John Wood; 13 boxes, 3 bales, and 1 cask paper, 4'cases haberdaslhery, l case woollens; 0 bales 0 cases cottons, 2 cases linens, 3 cases small wares, 1 bale cotton .wick, 2 cases oall cloth. 1 case worsted fringe, 1 case preserves, D. and J. Dickson; 20 jars -linseed oil, 50 boxes tin plates 180 half boxes window. glass, R. Graham ; I box apparel, W. M. Mor.es ; case cotton goodsE. Pearson; 80 hogs. heads beer, I case sauce, Thacker and Co.;' 4 cases printed [xuks, Grlffiths, Fanning, and Co.; B bales canvas, 3, cases .lineni, 3 boxes win'o' glisses, I box tumblers, 100 boxes crown: gass, 30 hbgshlia~ds 05 casks 3.P. rum, 12 cases hats, 1 cask hatters' mate rials, 150 hams, Johin Smith ; 10 bags casks, T. Srimithitnd Co. ; 21 casks and 2 cases drugs, 61 orates earthenware, 6 casks 5 cases and 8. bundles'l hardware, 21 kegs nails, 1 cask glue, R. M. Robey; 10 crates 10 barrels and 20 ha...

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CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 November 1846

oLEARANCES. -November 12.-Lady Mary.Fitz Roy, schooner, Captain .Barter, for.. Auckland. Passengers--Mr.: 'J. S. Prout, Mrs. Neal, and Mrs. Barter. 12-Comet, schooner, Captain Cork,, fo Port Nicholon' . . 12-Catherine, chooner, Captain -Dryden, for .Launceston .: , r , ,12-Star of .Chdna, schooner, Captain Wood, for. Port.Nicholson. Paissengers-Messrs. J. Peacock,l~. Hlar, A. Smitl, Miles, and Johi GiOll.

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GEORGE-STREET MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 November 1846

GEO)RGET.STKriT 1ItK!T. SALT' BUTTE--I I cwt\of salt butter was sold at, Is. to is. 3d. per lb. " BAcorN-24 cwt of. bacon realised 4d., 5d..L.and Ijd. per lb. Cnauss-l1 cwt. of cheese sold at Gd. to 6 d, per lb. FRUIT AND VEOGETABLES-2 loads of fruit and 53 of vegetables paid dues at the market, for prices of which see market note.....

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CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 November 1846

CATTLE MARKET. MILCH Cows-tOs. to 80s. each. CALVES -15s. to 18s. ditto.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 14 November 1846

-0 A?RRIVALS. November l1--Magadret, sichooner, 49 tons, Captain Rea, from Circular Head, - the 28th of October.. 12.-Statesman, barque, 355 tons, Capt. Rowitt, from Liverpool the 15tj; June. Passengers -Mrs. Farrell and two children, Mliss Abbott, and Mr. Thompson. 12.-Majestic, American ship of New- Bedford, 297 tons, Capt.'Smith, from the Whaling-Grounds. 12.--villiam, schooner, (62 tons, Captain Free man, from Moreton Bay, the 7th instant. 12.-Rebecca, schooner, 75 tons, Capt. M'.Veigh, from Hobart Town the 31st ultimo.. Passengers Mr. Browni and Mr. Gee. 12.--'Rookery, barquei, 312 tons, Captain Greig, from Launceston the 1st instant." Passenger--Mr. Leftwich.

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