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Government Gazette. TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1844. IMMIGRATION. Colonial Treasury, Sydney, January 29th, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 7 February 1844
Qobs'tiueltnt Qa)ette. -0 TUESDAY, JANUAuY 30, 1844. IMMIORATION. Colonial Treasury, Sydney, January 29th, 1844. Notice is hereby given, that tendersewill be re ceived at this office, at any time on or before twelve o'clock on Thursday, the 15th day ofl February next, for the purchase of debentures to be issue.l by this government, on account of the ex)ens a of the emigration now in progress, under the direction of her Majoaty'a governmant. . The debentures will be issued in even sums of £100 each, bearing interest at 6, per cent -per annum, the interest payaole half yearly, to be paid off at the end of three years; the government re. serving to itself the option of paying the whole, or any number of them off, at any time. on givtug three months notice of its intentionL of so doing. The debentures wall be secured on the. whole territorial or crown revenue of the colony, and will be taken in payment for land purchased (rein the crown. - The tenders will state the number of debe.,turr...
(COPY.) Downing-street, June 29, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 7 February 1844
Downing-street, June 29, 1843. Gentlemen-hler lMajesty's Government having decided forthwith to resume the Emigration on Bounty to Ntw South Wales, to the extent of ive thousand persons, I am directed. by Lord .Stanley to request that you will report to his Lordship your opinion as to what measures it will be, moat proper to adopt for giving effect to this arrangement, regard being had, in the first instance, to outstanding Bounty orders-I have, &c., JAm-a STP aseuri. The Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioner,.
(COPY.) Treasury Chambers, 12th June, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 7 February 1844
(corr.) Treasury Chambers, 12th June, 1843. Sir,-In reply to your letter of the 31st ult., I am commanded, by the Lords Commissioners of her Majesty's Treasury, to request you will state to Lord Stanley, that their lordships habing had under con sideration the documents' theretn submitted to them, see no reason to doubt the suliciency of thre financial resources of New South Wales; i?cluding any available surplus of the general revenue,for furnishing the means of defraying the expenses of renewed emigration from the United Kingdom to the extent proposed by his lordship, or to dissent from Lord Stanley's views as to the expediency of sanctioning such renewal, or his anticipations as to the probable readiness of the newly formed Local Logialature to authorise any practicable appropriation from theb general revenue feund for this purpose. At the same time, you will observo to Lord Stanley, that my lords have 'no 'fuds od t their disposal,: irrespective of the colonial resources, which ...
(COPY.) Downing-street, 31st May, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 7 February 1844
(coPr.) Downing-street, 31st MIay, 1843. Sir,-I am directed, by Lord Stanley, to request that you will refer the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury to the correspondence noted in the margin, on the subject of the decision come to in the autumn of 1841, to suspend the emigration then in progress upon bounty orders to New South Wales, and that you will state to their lordships that Lord Stanley has had under his consideration, the question whether the time has not arrived, when the reasons wih ich led to that suspension, have in a great measure ceased to r operate; and whether a limited renewal of emigration is not more required by the interests of the colony. As regards the demand for labour, their lordships 5 will perceive, by the enclosed report of the governor, written after the arrival of the very large addition to the population, which took place in 1841 and 18423, that he was even then of opinion, that the colony could still, beneficially to itself, and to the emigrants, recei...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 7 February 1844
AGRNTH' ANI) COUNTRY. ORDE~RS.} w FT riequest of our Agonl snot to trans, unit us any orders, wiluis tlmuy think tlhons to he ronI~y goomi oneir,aui; ru eoivel io paeymllenlt trouit our shorborihrs, us w~or hav reasuon to ihick that sovoertal ordirs Ihuae tbeeniiUenlt to is for collcation ,'u..tgr Icr..pik rtie8. ari ._w.IOi.)chronitYviI 1hrsu'l us jiu~muuuliitpuIr aiocopunt. '1I'1n jpiatio iCri is worn out ofi (Io soUl, antl the soles, (rueli 6ff i atlu of oumr colleouir, in uceking. ytueinot tor. thouse wourthloss onion r.
WEEKLY METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. VARIATION OF THE THERMOMETER, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 7 February 1844
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(COPY,) Downing-street, 17th September, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 7 February 1844
(No. 147.) . (corv,) DJwning-street, 17th September, 1843. Slr,-1 transmit to you, herewith, for your in formation and goidance, the enclosed copies of a correspondence between this department and the Board of Treasury, and the Land and Emigration Commissioners, on the subject of the resumption of emigration on bounty to Nlew South Wales. That correspondence will place you so fully in possession of the subject, that it is not necessary that i should add much further explanation. The correspondence with the Board of Treasury will explain to you the grundson which her Majesty's Government have felt themselves justified in saetion ing the renewal of emigration on bounty, to an extent which will be limited to 4000 statute adults. The correspondence with the I.and and Elmigra tion Board, and the public notice issued by them on the 15th July, 1843, show the mode in which that emigration will be conducted. You will perceive that her Majesty's Government have felt it their duty to act on th...
RESUMPTION OF EMIGRATION ON BOUNTY. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 59th January, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 7 February 1844
RESUMPTION OF EMIGRATION ON BOUNTY. -o (From the Government Gazette, January 30.1 Colonial Secretary's Ofilro, Sydney, 59th January, 1844 His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to direct the publication. for general information, of the following despatch from the Secretary of State, dated 17th of September, 1843, No. 147; (received by his Excellency on the 20th instant) and the correspond ence with the Board of Treasury therein referred to By his Excellency's command, E. DsAs TuoastoN.
PASSING EVENTS.—SPAIN AND THE CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 7 February 1844
PASSING EVENTS.-SPAIN AND THE CBURCH. -0 (From the Tablet.) Parliament being now in recess, political discus. sions donot crowd upon us as they have done heretofore. We ihall have some breathing time to look round upon the world about us, and examine a little, more attentively the progress oefevents that are as important to our interests as those that occur nearer home, but from which our attention is apt to be distracted by the bustle that strikes more directly upon the ear.' The arrival of Espartero in. England naturally draws attention to the state of things in Spain, and the general unsettlement the ex.Regent has left behind him. What has recently occurred in the Peninsula Is certainly one of the greatest won ders of the time; and we agree most fervently with Mr. O'Connell in believing it no superstition, and no presumption either, to behold the finger of God in this sudden deposition of a chief, who had just conquered all his difficulties, but was stricken with the ceonsures'of...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 7 February 1844
Fin. 6.-From lthe Whale Fishery, the ship 'Sringapotam, 863 tons, Lovell, with spetm oil.' 5.-From Port Nicholson; via the Bay of Islands, having left the former the 24th Decemher, and nhe latter the 18th ultimo, the 'schooner Ariel, 72 ins, Browninig, in ballast. Passengers-Mrs. Faddy and three children, Messrs. Lloyd, Johnson, Kenmlton, and Holloway. 6 -From the Clarence liver, having left on 'lhursday last, the steamer William the Fortrtl, Wiseman. with tallow, wool, &c. Passengers Mlr.and Mrs. Cootes and family, Mir. Aitken, and 13, in the steerage. 6.--The Piscaror, from Moreton Bay.
DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 7 February 1844
DEP'AITUBE. Fea. 3.-For London, tihe barque .Cuba, Jeyes, with colonial produce, &c. Passengers- Captain A. Grant, Mrs. Grant, and three sons, Miss M. [lay, Miss J. Hay, and servant, Mr. and Mrs, Browa and child, and Dr. Caldwell, It N. ..-For'London, the barque Ocean, Ward, with colonial produce, &c. 1,ssengers--brs. Ward, son, and servant, Mrs. Aubrey, Mrs. and Miss Sami Ith, Mr. and Mrs. Morris and two children, Mr.. and lMrs. Freeman and six children, Mr. and Mrs. Beech Miss Il'Kellar, Mr. and MLrs. Bell and five children, Mr. and SMrs. Itayner, Mr. and Mrs Oaddington and two children, Mr. and Mrs. I)odd and three children, Me. sad Mis. urley. and child, Mli. Alexander and child, 1Mr. and Mrs, Prtmrose. and Mademoiselle Lavisare;' Messrs. Wroe,~'ilanchard,' Robinson, flail, Caldwell, ,lurton, Cobden, Sniith, Thomas, CObden, G. and J. Anderson, Herbert, Tigue, Montgomery, Ilearn. ,Clancy, hlorner, Itootsey, Shaw. Vdnce, Skilton, Haazll, Sturgess, G'unn, Newton, Ur...
THE MORNING CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 7 February 1844
MORNING :CHRONICLE. E',EDNESDlAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1844' S *" :e Jist nd e1 ar not: Let all III eunl, thi. itn'st at be th'. country'sy , 7 by Hod's, aiu.'teute." .Yh~ukuiare.ir WOOL. MIR. COBDEN'S MOTIOL. .WE. have. already: informed our readers, that' on the 22nd of June, towards' the close of last Scssio,ii? Mr. Cobden made a motion to this effect, " that in the opinion of this House '.* * it is not expedient S*' * that they should be compelled' to pay a higher price for the productions of these colonies, 'than that at which similar commiodities could be procured from other countries, and that, therefore, all Protective Duties in favor of Colonial Produce ought to be abolished." The duty on Foreign Wool, is, we be lieve, one .half-penny a pound, and from which Colonial Wool is exempt: it had previously been one half-penny a pound on wool under a shilling value, and one penny on all wool over the value of a shilling : but' Sir Robert Peel, 'in' 1842, reduced it to one half-penny a poun...
MUTUAL PROTECTIVE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 7 February 1844
MUTUAL PROTECTIVE SOCIETY. A VERY full meeting of tle'above society was held at the School of Arts"'sn fonday evening,` the 'Right Worshlipful the Mayor of Sydney in the chair, and accompanied by Alderman Mfacdermott, -for the purpose of petitili?ig the Imperial Legislature on the subject of Immigrationi;' that the ope ratives .already in the Colony,. may not by an undue and unmeasured influx of immi grants, especially mechanics, be driven: to destitutidn .·nid' deprived'-of bread : to re duco the prfr"of Crown lands to 5s: per acre: and? sll small farms at a fixed price, and not by auict.io ` Our' re ~ort~r.' io' faving been apprised of the :9p?t~g. 'in itimq, weare unable to report Jle ý.speeches delivered, some of which -displayed.'much talent and intelli gence--the whole' of them great good sense and proprietyofInagutage. Indeed the con duct of the 'eeoting was most creditablo to the operative~ of Sydney. How much has the worthi 6' fheso men,, the very founda tion as itVi?eqr? -...
BANKING. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 7 February 1844
J3ANKING. FRonM long experience, and having ab quired tlhrough sever:d personal loskes, some knowlge' .of a few of the 'arcana-;the secrets of. banking .strategy, we are ,not afraid to assert that no branch whatever of the' commercial sytsem of 'any nation, re quires so strict a watch on the part of the public as to their proceedings-and we will add, none requires so carefuld and severe.a surveillance on the part of 'government, as that of Banking.' Tlie power of Banks over a commn'rcial, or any coommunity is eniormtous-it is tremendous-it is dan gerous! It is-. fhr beyond:' whiatany'sdve reign: prince j' isses--no king,; eetes money. o Heassays.it-he stamps it with his. image' as a nmairkl that it is of sech weight and fineness ;. 'bit he does not dlig it from the mine--he does not smake it, But. what does a 'libnker do?" Out of :six pennyworth of macerated rags, lie creates, by printing certain words on them, what he calls money, to the amount of mainy thousands of pounds! And thi...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 7 February 1844
M AGtastritA AI: ATiLeKNCR. 'rO&n riday the .Mayor'of Sydnty, lant 'MMii Wildeyer, being on the bench, tie; caselotias "l~id of Smlith v Cooper, for the maintenance of illegitimate iffl spring; l-r. J. Dillon,,for plaintiff, and lMr.. G. It. Nichols and 'Mr. 'Johiltlon, fr Ith defeqdant. Under a colonial statute the pl?ldtiff was Wyitness in her own.case ; .but frrther eYide ce"o than -had been adduced on a previous eveni.otbeing brqught forward; Mr. Ryan, principal icl. r kin tile Super Intendent of ouidvits' ulice, was called. Mr. Nichols said, if thli pllintilf was'to be clIled agalu, slhe must leave, the cuurt while' ttle;other evilence wi.s-being huald.-Mr. Dillon,insisted shlle had~4 rilht to remain.-T-'le bench decided that- Mr, Nichols' position was correct; but Mr. Dillon re. flused to snbmit, declarinpg he, ,waldn rather, go to prison." After' inisy argumenit, p;r. anil cn, Mr. Windeyer vacated 'thel bench ideilaring that he Would not.ait and hear the language If M...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 7 February 1844
"The Morning Chronicle" is published twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South Wales, Van Diemen's Land, South Australia, Neew Zealand, anid India; and in England. Scotland, and Ireland.- The Quarters end on the 31st March, 30th June, 80th September, and 31st December; at which periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, qafter paying the amount due. -Advertisers should mark on each advertisement the number of insertions required; otherwise they are. continued till countermaded. Orders to discontinue or alter advertisements must be sent in before six o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday; but new advertisements are received till aix o'clock on the evening before publication.-All instructiopss must be given in writing, and all letters post paid. FOR THE MAURITIUS., OALLING AT KING GEORGE'S SOUND, IP SUPPIOCIENT INDUOEMNT'OFFERS, THE FINE_ HRIGr CITY OF SYDNEY, AI, 130 tons burthen. under engage. moat to sai...
GREAT MEETING OF THE BISHOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 7 February 1844
GltEAF MEETING OF THE BISHOPS. -o fFrom the London Charivarl.] This day, a meeting of the episcopal Bench was held at Lambeth Palace. At an early hour, the lower end of Parliament.street, Bridge-street, Wesii~iiier Baidge, Bridge Road, Bishop's Walk, and other great arteries leading to the Palace, were thronged with crowds, drawn togeiher by the tidings that the Lords Spiritual had determined upon hold. ing a solemn convocation, for a most Christian and philanthropic purpose. All the windows in the various lines to the Palace were crowded by people in their best attire. High and low, young and old, flocked together to do homage to the event. The children of the parish school of St. Margarot, &c., were ranged along the road, holding such green boughs as the season afforded in their hands. As the carriage of every bishop rolled solemnly by, cheers rose on all s:des-ladies waved their hand. kerchiefs, and flung branches of violeas from the windows; then swelled a hymn from the ...
SUMMER FASHIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 7 February 1844
SUMMER FASHIONS. -o 'PARDEssos.-At the present moment this most use ful appendage to a lady's out door costume, is more than ever.in request., They are generally worn comrn. posed of silk materials, trimmed with broad folds, or an open worked trimming of paaementeris. The most elegant are in muslin, lined with a straw or lilac taffeta, and encircled with rich deecriptions of. laces. BoNNaeTs.-Crepe bonnets with shaded ribbons are now much worn. Some very elegant hats in patie do ris have also lately appeared ; the ribbons being dark shaded verdant green, or in pink, in imitation of a shaded rose, commencing with the lightest tint, and ending in the China rose colour. Others are composed of full white tulle, simply de. corated with a branch of a light foliage. MonNiNoo Diesss.--For a morning toilette no. thing can be prettier than those coloured muslin peignoirs, encircled with three narrow frillings, plaited and fluted very small, and edged pith a Valenclenoes lace. This negligd is ...
ST. PATRICK'S SOCIETY. SOCIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE FAITH. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 7 February 1844
.ST.''P'ATRICF'S . SAIETY. SOCIETY FOR TI?E PUOPO ATION OF THE FAITH, ~ The usual Ponthly, Meeting of tie above So. "celtl a was held-op ?unday evening lalt, in the hall gf St. Mary's 'Seminary, formerly known as St. Jsmnea?,chapel... ,.Tie Very Reverend F. Murphy,. Vicpr.Oener,l, accompinied by the Rev. Mr. Ilourgeois Presidont of St. Mary's Seminary, anod the Iev. Mr. Italy, Pro-Vicar of New Zealand, The Very Rev; FP. u;Hu'ivr then addressed the Meeting as follows '-He said he wabiegliiln to despair, as lie really thouht they would, be unable to rof ,in St Piatrick'sa Cuh. his aide- of Christ. maas nest ; but, lie fellt happy to say .betler fortune awaited them than he eipedted. They had been enabled to purchase a suticniest quiantity of alates for the'Church, which would expedite' iai completion very'mnuch. They h'ad a meetidig of the committee on last IThursdsay evening, wlieq they enlesed into 'a contract for the slating of it,i.,o.that they .,aw hoped to have the slating, f si...