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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 22 July 1846

FRENCH STAY WAREHOUSE, OPPOSITE TIlE VICTORIA THEATRE, 282, PITT STREET.`' ' TO THE LADIES OF SYDNEY AND ITS VICINITY. I BEG LEAVE:'to iniform you that,'in order to extend my business, I have purchased a large assortment,of .Goods, ex. last arrivals, of which the following is a List :. andeas I.am resolved to devote my whole attention to the.Retail business, I solicit the favodr bf;your'patr.?iage. assuring you that Ishall endeavour to obtain yourapprobation. Relying upon your'kind sifpport, I have the. honour to be, Your obedient servant, VICTOR PROTOIS.; SSTOCK. BOUGHT PROM THE' LAST ARRIVALS. French velvet: German lace insertions * de laines and edgings " blonds .. Thread *lace insertions cambl ic and edgings "'F. girighams Imitation 'lace insertion " gingham mous- and edgings seline: German blonds gros de Naples A' great variety of washing silks "bobbinnet and quil. " fancy dresses lings " mousseline colt A great variety of lars whisker blonds' " flawers Flannel . ribbons Calico...

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THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1846. DILOYALTY.—THE ADDRESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 22 July 1846

THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1846. DISLOYALTY.- THE ADDRESSE~. ALWAYS disposed to soften language to the mildest term 'which can convey anything like an adequate reproof, we have ourselves incurred the reproach of being far too lenient in the castigations we have been compelled by the force of public opinion to inflict on the turbulent malcontents whose conduct, as members .of our Local Legis lature, has excited the general indignation. It is, we believe, a misapprehension of the terms we may have employed that has exposed us to this unmerited censure. Our censurers have been naturally filled with resentment of the most .punitive kind at witnessing the forbearance of .our late Go vernor insulted and abused, and tierefore, whilst under that excitement, consider our remarks to have been neither sufficiently pointed with sarcastic reviling, nor weighty enough with plain words of execration, to satisfy the claim their sense of justice. has advanced. By the term loyaltly we ...

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"TO BE OR NOT TO BE"?—WAR WITH AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 22 July 1846

' TO BE OR NOT TO BE" -WAR WITH AMERICA. THE ever vacillating accounts we find in our search after intelligence from America, leave this all-absorbing question still in the same unsettled state. The wish is often father to the thought, which fashions out the words, so that we ought not to be sur- prised at the very contrary opinions as to the probabilities of war. We have thought it advisable to insert an entire article on this subject from " The London Daily News" (Mr. Dickens's new journal). It contains matter of deep inte- rest. If the issue of the long-contested affair of Oregon be war, it will serve to demonstrate the dreadful evils of PARTY, from which the British Empire is beginning to be rid. The abettors of war in the United States, are that democratic party which placed Mr. Polk in the President's seat, and to whose will, at the sacrifice of whatever amount it may be, he is compelled to bow. HIGHLY IMPORTANT NEWS FROM AMERICA. [BY EXPRESS.) (From the London Daily News.) Li...

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AN ADVENTURE, AND WONDERFUL DISCOVERY OF STONE CANNON BALLS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 22 July 1846

AN ADVENTURE, AND WONDERFUL DIS COVERY OF STONE CANNON BALLS. (From a Correspondemtd. Returning from my station in the north of New South Wales, I took a new bridle path, to avoid some lofty ranges and a dangerous gulf. I entered a thick brush land by an inviting track, which con tinued for some leagues through a deep solitude of tall gum-trees, rising from the midst of myrtle and wild vines like pillars of polished marble, bearing over head an arch of foliage. .The intense stillness of the wood, disturbed only by the loud clear smack of the coachman bird, and the liquid sound of the sweet bell-bird, completely arrested me. The gor geous rays of the setting sun, shining fitfully arid variedly through the trees above, and the track having terminatal abruptly, made me absolutely feel as if I was locked up for the night in the interior of a gloomy cathedral. After many difliculties and hardships, I gained the extreme of the dense forest land the following day, and fortunately fell in w...

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Supreme Court. SATURDAY. JULY 18. EQUITY JURISDICTION. Before their Honors the three Judges. BROWN AND OTHERS V. NORTON AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 22 July 1846

supryeme Court. --o SATURDAY. JULY 18. EQUITY' JURIS DI[CTION. Before their Honors the three Judges. lnROWN AND OTHERS V. NORTON AND orI?aRS. This was an appeal from a judgment pronounced by Mr. Justice a'Beckett,, decreeing that certain deeds relevant to the suit pending between the par ties should be produced. Messrs. Donelly, Broadhurst, and Fisher, ap peared for the appellants, and the Court was occu pied the whole of Friday in listening to their arguments. Messrs. Windeyer, Gordon, and Lowe. were the counsel for the respondents, and occupied S.tturday in arguing why the decree should be maintained. The judgment of tie Court was reserved. MONDAY, JULY 13. FIRST DAY OF TERM. SITTINGS IN BANCO. Before their Honors the three Judges. ETruRNs. The usual returns were presented by the Sheriff, Prothonotary, and Master in Equity, which were ordered to be filed. FINES. The fines upon the following gentlemen for non attendance as jurors, were confirmed by the Court: -Mr. A. Brierly, 51. ;...

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Original Correspondence. A LETTER To the Editor of the Chronicle, ON THE GLORIOUS, PIOUS, AND IMMORTAL MEMORY OF WILLIAM III. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 22 July 1846

. -:ýýt,ýull 414 rru[[? oUau nceluC . A LETTER b lthe Editor of the Chlronicle, OxN nil GLoalius, Pious, AND IMIMOTAL MEMORY I or WILL1AM III. O Miser clhi mal oprando sli confida, .Oh' ognor star debbia 11 malefieio occlito: * .Ch,, quando ogn' altio tacola, Intorna grids, L'aria e la terra in che a sepulto."-Aasosro. Sta.--The recent movements of a party. by no ,means scrtspulous either in word or deed, have'com upelled me to assume a somewhat invidious task. I sihuld.have preferred to let the memory of wicked ness eleqp ,with its .wretched -authors in the silent :grave. IBut when the murderous tyrant is exalted .into a Christian Ghero ;-when that nan is praised ,for piety who. .had .no religion ;-for glory, when ;he was a cowardly assassin ;. styled also Defender .of the Anglican Church, of which all who read his tory know him to have been a most cruel oppressor; -who then. can restrain .an open expression of .disgustP. William of Orange Is annually shoved into his niche as the i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 22 July 1846

The " Sydney Chronicle" is published twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South AWales, Van Diemen's Land, South Australia, New Zealand, and India; and in England, Scotland, and Ireland.--The Quartr end on 3s 30th June, 30th September, and 31st December; at which periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, after paying the amount due.-Advertisers should -mark on each advertisement the number of insertions required; otherwise they are continued till outerman Orders to discontinue or alter advertisements must be sent in before six o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday and Friday; but new advertisements are received till six o'clock o' t'heevening before publication.-All instructions must be given in writing and all letters postaid aur iulin nuinL linn i uiul nn nama ,lmniliu iman au -- ? a: lei um l m m g g j us B U n m i . . NO TICE. T HE SUBSCRIBERS-to this Paper, : and the Public in general, are respect full~ informed, that the f...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 22 July 1846

NEW ZEALAND. BY the arrival of the Terror schooner, on Sunday last, from Auckland and the Bay of Islands, we have intelligence from New Zealand to the 6th instant. The news itself is of no very gre at importance; the principal items we give below.. H eki, with about six hundred followers, was endeavouring to incite some of the other chiefs in the northern part of the island to join him, but apparently without effect. Governor Grey had left Auckland for Wellington in the steamer Driver. A government notice had been pub lished, requiring that all persons who had purchased land of the natives under the proclamation of Captain Fitzroy, dated October 10th, 1844, and the Government Regulations of December 30th, 1844, should send in their papers on or before the 15th September next, in order that they might be submitted to such commissioners as might be appointed. After that date, no claims were to be admitted. This notice had caused considerable sensation among the settlers, as from their...

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Port Phillip. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 22 July 1846

Port Phillip     -*- MURDER — SINGULAR CONFESSION —The atten- tion of the Magistrates, as they were about leaving the Bench on Saturday last, was arrested by the appearance of an aged man, bending under the weight of years and infirmity, who tottering into court, volunteered a confession, instancing the powerful effects of an accusing conscience. The culprit said he was induced to tender the present dis- closure as he could rest neither night nor day; that   he had rambled through the country to try if the effects of time and place could banish the recollection of his crimes, but finding every effort to "minister   to a mind diseased" useless, he came to offer the only expiation in his power. Their Worships at first ap- peared to think that it was a case of lunacy, and were disposed to regard the proceeding with some suspicion, but from the consistency and clearness of the narrative, they became somewhat more satisfied of the truth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 July 1846

AGENTS FOR THE CHRONICWLT GOULDURN-MER. ,CAaNu.Y BEsuassA--MR. B. M'MAstoN. ,'PATERSON-M.IR J. YSULLIVAN. PARRAMIATTA :MaR. P'. CARDIFF. POrT PHIILIP -Ma'. J. BUa.LEs. YoutorooNo-Ma. TnomsLaS Fowx4zH BATIIURSr--MR. T. JONES. QuEANuiYAn-M'a . J. J. iVRIOHT. IAITLAItW-MNR. *t MAI4oNY. CA MPIJULLTOWN, &c.-M a. MI'ALIsTHf - ioNasoat-Mat. -JAMES C'asInY . "PENRI'ro-Mat. JAMaES M1'CARTUr. JERRY'S PLAINS-SIa. J. J.:HADPUra BUNGONIA-Mta., EpwAl1n .IJqgIIES, ADEI.ALADa-Ma. JPIIN.NqWLA1PN YASS-Mia. C. RhuRIg.' Publishsed in thse United-Ringdomtby t, Ma. JONES, 03, PATERINOS'ER-ROW, Lorj;Ox ; " IIa. W J. BATTERSIODY,'I0ESSEx.BRIDa dPAM', LI aMEN1s-ITEET, 'DUDIN.j _ ,I',hrpit lorv edr,, I' IIpjihlur olt, orWill (Pb$Ire /"I Nn . 1-ihleJ b y 1n,1 ut l, ChranickA,(1?illcb, o:' 'l Sydney, No.w South WelW.-t: aSurJat)ý;Julr ;

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 July 1846

IMPOUNDINOB. Emu Ferry, by order of the Magistrates .at Pwe. rith-brownishi black horse, aged, apparently un branded, near heel white, a white spot in forghead, saddle marked, very much shook, was lately iJ I-;p session of a man known as " Stuttering ,Tck. Also, by Archibald B. Cox. from the run at ?Vina bune-red and whhie heifer, one horn brolen,, up brande:l : red heifer, white belly and face, brpnde? apparently 44 oif rump, TJ near rump, illegi.b, brand near shoul.ler ; red and white poley beiter, indistinct brand on off rump; ;brown and ,whisp cow, in calf, branded apparently M-B off rump 3 black and white poley cow, ear .marked,: 'ran?mel appiarently WS oil rump; red and,white bull c if, unbranded; strawberry heifer, branded apparently gE oil' rump ; red bull calf,.unbranded ; edsteer, white cheeks and forehead, .unbranded; red ,and white steer, branded JO. near rump ;.red heifer,aun, branded ; red heifer culf, unbranded ; rede and ,white steer calf, unbranded, damnages, 3d. pe...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 July 1846

ENGLISH NEW;S. 'By the arrival of the Emerald Lle, on Thursday evening, we have intelligence from England two days later than our pre vious dates, but there is nothing of any very great importance. I-I.M.S. Carysfort, with his FExcellency Sir Charles Fitzroy on board, sailed from Portland on the 18th MIarch, she may con sequently be expected to arrive in port in the course of a few days. The new Tariff Bill was still in the House of Commons, but it was expected that it would be passed by that House in a few days. Typhus fever was becoming more and more prevalent in -Ireland; the Govern ment were making every exertion to pro vide medical assistance for those requiring it. The IIaitland, 760 tons, was laid on for Port Phillip with " convicts," to sail on the 25th April. It is probable that lhere is some mistake about the word "convicts," it is most likely that Pentonville " exiles," or Parkhurst boys are meant. The Waverljy, 436 tons, was to be the Post Office packet for April. The Ca...

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BANK LIABILITIES AND ASSETS. UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA. Liabilities. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 July 1846

BANK LIABItTTIETS AND ASSETS,.: UmoN BANK or AusTraAiA. Liabilities;. Notes in circulation not bearing in- , terest .. .. .. 62,909 10". , Bills in circulation not bearing in terest, .. .. .. .. 4?,2 1?? Balances due to other banks 348 14 3 Deposits not bearing interest .. 00,088 7. Total 1467,938 9: 2 4essets. Coined gold and silver, and other,, coined metals. .. . . . 280,927: l Landed property .. .. .. 20,047 12 2;, Balances due from other banks .. 1,734 6 ." Amount of all debts due to the bank, including notes, bills of exchange, and all stock and funded debts of every description, excepting notes, bills, and balances due to the said bank from other banks .. .. $13,77: 3. -, Total £595,887' 4 10 Amount of the capital stock paid up at the date of the last advices from London,and employed in London, New South Wales, Van Diemen's Land, and New Zealand.. .. 820,000 0 0 Rate of the last dividend declared to the shareholders, 0 per cent. per an. Amount of last dividend declared.. 63,0...

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Supreme Court. TUESDAY, JULY 21. SITTINGS IN BANCO. Before their Honors the three Judges. THE ATTORNEY GENERAL V. BROWNE. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 July 1846

tuprent? Courtt.. -D TUESDAY, JULY 21. SITTINGS IN BANCO. Before their honors the three Judges. THE ATTORNEY GENERAL V. DROWNS. This was a case tried in August last, in which the defendant was charged by the Attorney General with having intruded on certain coal mines in the county of Northumberland, and a verdict in .favour of the Crown returned of Is. damages. A motion was since made, on behalflof the de fendant, to set aside the verdict, on several grounds, and.the arguments which were commenced last term, and resumed on Monday and Tuesday last, were concluded on the latter day, and thle Court reserved judgment. Messrs. Windeyer.and .Lowe appeared .in support of the motion; the Attorney General, the Solicitor General, and Mr. Broadhurst, in support of .the .verdict. WEDNESDAY, JULY 22. SITTINGS .IN TERM. .Before his honor the Chief Justice and a.Jury of four. NEW MAGISTRATE. Andrew Lewis Macdougal was duly sworn in a magistrate of .the Territory. There were seven undefended cases ...

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THE GOLDEN SPOON. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 July 1846

THE GOLIDEN SRGON. (From the Times.) TusI German papers relate a romance of real life, which, if it lAckS entirely thld usial ingredients in such' trilds-tlie love; and assassinitiodn, and'develop ment of human passions--is nobie the less full of interest rnd w'onder-- tale almost ibncredible, were" not the detiais, as far as established facts are con 'cerned, not only warranted by the most undoubted authority; but matters of notorious publicity. To tell the talc,' howveve', I must begin ab ovo, and relite lhow a certaiii young Hungarian of Presbnrg, not overburdened, it would seem, either with sense or talent, or even other advantages, moral or phy sical, of the name of Buky, was some mbnths since requdested by a great aunt, the .widow of a well :k~ind\i advocate d? the sdaie bily, to seek sbmie faiiimly papers deposited ii i a garret it the house. During his search for these matters his attention, it seems; was called by a friend who accompanied. him -for his owi powers of percept...

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Maitland. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 July 1846

-0 (From the Maitland Mercury.) Jxaav's PLAINs. The weather continues dry - the days warm, and the nights excessively cold. The ice has been thicker on the river than it was ever known to be; and in some places has remained all day, almost thick enough to skate upon. We have been obliged to remove our cattle to the moun tains for grass, where they are gathered once or twice a week, and brought in to water at the river. I am sorry to hear that the catarrlt has made its appearance amongst the sheep in this district. Mr. George Bowman has lost about a hundred in a flock of young sheep in good condition. The strongest sheep appear the most subject to this disorder, which shows itself by a copious discharge of thick mucus from the nose, accompanied by great dullness and lassitude, and loathing of food, and proves fatal in about twenty-four hours. Bleeding is supposed to allay the inflammation and relieve the head,.and I have been told has been tried with success in many cases when the sh...

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STONE CANNON BALLS. (To the Editor of the Maitland Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 July 1846

STONE CANNON BALTS. (To the Editor of the Mlaitland lercury.) Sir-I beg leave to inform your anonymous " Correspondent" of your journal of the 18th Inst. -him of the " Wonderful Discovery of Stone Can non Balls," in the neighbourhood of Dungog-that a similar formation, which I noticed seventeen years ago, and which has been long since described, and specimens from which were presented to Professor Buckland, may now be seen in the lofty branch of the river Hunter, at Glendon. 1 have in my pos session, from this locality," balls," from the size of a musket ball to that of a " twenty-four pounder cannon ball ;" and in the bed of the river, at the same rllce, are MANY of such dimensions as no cannonier of the present pigmy race of mortals would be able to wield, but which your " Correspon dent," were he to see them, would at once set down as appertaining to the artillery of the giants capital fellows to batter in old Hleki's pah. These fdrmations then are by no means " stone cannon ball...

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THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1846. "SECRET POLITICAL SOCIETIES." [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 July 1846

"SYDNEY CHRONICLE. SBAT1URDAY, JULY 25, .1840. "' SECRET POLITICAL SOCIETIES." Ir, after the first glance over an article-so headed in The Sydney Herald of Wednes day, we had hastily. and angrily taken up our pen, we should have wiitten whatour calmer re'flexion would have condemned. .Our ,retort would have been acrimonious; our' style hurried'; our expressions harsh. We should have written under those delusions .in which excited passions involve the .per ception and the judgment-we should have written munder misapprehension Of .our con ,temporary's meaning, and misconception, as we now believe, of his motives. Having always sanctioned and applauded the political maxims, so wisely adapted to A' the plessure of the times and.circumstan cea;" which guided our late .Governor throughout the course.of his 'administration -admiring his display of extraordinary talents-and revering his character for its rare and eminent virtues, we were led at the interesting period which has just passed o...

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR JULY, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 July 1846

OA15H('LIO DIRECTORY FOR J CRY, 1NN. .2 5 4. St. Jumes Aposlla.eoub.,2nd class 26 6. Eighth muidav after Pet tccart. saL Anne, mother or-ahe K. V. malnry, rLPtubIs 27 tM. 5L.Panlrlrona, martyr, anmple 28 Tu. S8. Nnzarlun, Ceus, &c., matyr =40 WV. ISt. 3lartha, vii', aemid. 80 Tb. St5. Abdlon and bennen. marfyrs, simpIa .31 E.P I N. )anatius,conr.double

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CAMPBELL STREET MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 July 1846

OAMP'IELL STREE F M RKET. HAr--89 loads of hay were sold duilng the wveek, at £8 5s. to £8 15s. per ton. STAw--21 loads were disposed of at £3 10s. to £4 per ton.' FODDERa -31 loads sold at 8d. to 10d per.doznci. BEDDINo-9 loads sold at 4s. to 4s. Os. per loul. Wtrr.AT-12 loads realised 4s. Od. to 5s. per bushel.

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