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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 November 1846
e Sdney Chronicle" is published ice a week, on Ienednesdap and Saturd?y; and is extensively circulated throughout New South Wales, -Van Diemen's ?snd, South Australia,, New Zealand, and India; and in England, Scotland, and Ireland.- The arers end on the st March 30th June, 30th September, and 31st December; at twhich periods only subscribers cnn decline receiving -it, after-paying he amount due.-Advertiers should, mark on each advertisement the number ofinsertions required; otherwise they are continued iuternd 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'c lock ? ea adveriont the evening before ubication-ll instruciertions require must be given in writinge tey are coltinteders post paid .em oe.ore publication.-AI- i.struetions must be given in riting, and all letters postpaid " NOTICE. T HIE SUBSCRIBERS to this Paper, and the Public in general, are respect fully informed, ...
THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 25, 1846. TRANSPORTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 November 1846
THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. .WEDNESDAY, NOV. 25, 1846. TRANSPORTATION. 'Tiat subject of the renewal of Transpor tation is one of so engrossing and paramount a nature, that we may well be pardoned -for recurring to it so'frequently. By the recently received Van Diemen's Land .papers we perceive there is much to encourage the colonists to persevere in their opposition to the designs of the pro.trans portationists. It appears that the new Ministry have come to the determination of suspending direct transportation to Van Diemen's Land for two-years'; so thatone of-the tides of convictism " in its worst shape;" of which the Transportation Com '-mittee piofessed.to have such a wholesome dread, is about to'be dried up. But this is not all; this is not the whole of the en couragement for the anti-transportationists. In a discussion which took place in the House of Commons on this subject in the .end of July, Sir G. Grey said, "the sub ject of secondary punishment was a difficult one, and he could...
LIEUTENANT-COLONEL RYAN AND LORD GOUGH. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREEMAN. Tuam, 6th June, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 November 1846
LIEUTENANTCOLONEL RYAN AND LORD GOUGH. . TO THE EDITOR OF THII FREEMAN. Tunm, 6th June, 1840.. Smz,-In' tle Morning Chronicle of the ,4th In stant is a notice of the death of a gallant Irishman, from which the following is an extract -1-" Our Indian news conveys thie melancholy intelligence to the. public of the death, from wounds received in action, of anotherlof, Britain's gallant sons, Lieu 'tenant.Colonel T., Ryan, of her Majesty's 50th or Queen's Own, who expired, as will be seen, at Bomrn bay, where he had been conveyed from the Sutlej with other invalids, The. gallant officer, whose spirit now joins those of Sale, M'Caskill, Broadfoot, NDidl'Somerset, and the others of the gallant fallen, was a native of the south of Ireland, and of the 1same district as that which gave birth to Lord Gough." It appears the career of this gallant officer from 1805 to the time of his .death had been unusually brilliant, and that his successive advances in-rank had alone been the reward of disti...
New Zealand. WANGANUI. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 25 November 1846
-o WANGANUI. (From the New Zealand Spectator, Oct. 31.) The news brought from Wanganui by the Ka therine Johnstone is of a very serious character. It appears that a number of armed natives belong ing to dillerent tribes, chiefly from the interior, to the number of from one hundred to one hundred and fifty, have visited Wanganui under Nopera and Maketu, two chiefs of that district, who were acting with Rangihaeata during the late rebellion. The settlers, who were in no condition to defend them selves from this invasion, fully expected that their property and perhaps their lives would be sacrificed to the wanton violence of these savages, and they were probably only saved from all the horrors which would have resulted from the unchecked gratification of the inflamed passions" of 'these marauders, by the timely and efficient aid of the missionary natives of Putiki, who firmly resisted any attempt at vio lence, and declared their intention of assisting the settlers to the utmost in the ...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 28 November 1846
541) i6 0 0iitell t oignce. -0 A RRIVALS. November 21.-John Bull, schooner, 72 tons, Captain Tworhey, from Auckland the 11lth Novem ber. Passengers--Mr. and Mrs. Pascoe and two daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey and three sons, Mr. and Mrs. Pinnock three daughlters and-one son, Mr. Hacker and son, Miss llokes, Messrs. H. R. Cretney, Jollop. Byron, Stevens, Baker, Hissie, Mahkin, Williams, Jones, Phillips, Lang, Ilokes, and Master Twohey. DaEPARTURES. November 21. - Mercury, schooner, Captain Hodges, for Melbonrne. Passengers--Mr. and Mrs. Barry and three children, Mr. annd Mrs. Connell and two children, and Mr. W. Brennan. 2i.-S'islers, schooner, Captain IKorl, for Mel bourne and Portland flay. Passengers-Mr. P. and Miss Monaghan, Miss Jane Riley, Mnssrs. U). Gunn, R. Ebrington, and W\. and T. Greer. 20.-Rebecca, schooner, Captain M'Veiglh, for Hobart Town. Passenger-- Mr. Banbury. The Portmaster has directed two additional signals to be usedl at Fort Phillip. No. 70 denotes an arrival ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 28 November 1846
AGENTS FOR TIHE CHRONICLE. GOULDU.RN-MR. CA°NET. BEaUnIMA-MR. B. M'MAUON. PATsEsoN-3fa. J. O'SULLIVAiN. PARItAMATTA -Ma. P. CARDI F. PORT PnILLIP -MR. J. BUII.LEN. WOLLONooNa--Ma; THOMAS FOWLER.. BATiuasT-M- . T. Jonas. QUEANBDYAN-MR. J. J. WaRIGHT. MAITIAND--MR. T. MAHONY. CAMstPILLTOWN, &C.-?MR. M'AsLsmTs WINDSOR-Ma. JAMlS CAssDir. PENaiTII-Ma. JAMks M'CARTiit. JERRY'S PLAINS-MR. J. 3. `HaiRus." BUNGONIA--M. EDWARD Hiit. : ADELAIDE-MR. JOHN NOWLANb. YAss-M?n. C. RouRKis. GnRLONG--Mh . JOlN MURPHY CLARnNOI ToWN AND? DU~rOio - Af Published in the United KingdombU Mat. JONES, 63, PATERNOSTRBa ROW, Lon. Z . Mi. W. J. BATilit BY, 10, EaSx-IanRIDG4PiM LIAM,:NT-r1i T, DUBLIN." Printed for thu Proprietor by'EDWARD JOHN HA'1KS LitY, of Il?lfern, In the County of Cumberland, ast pu?d lislhod by hlm at tIh C/hroalefl O olls, ko6. 3? ; hi g II stI, 1y3n4 y i. Sodth dles iEhlrday Atit a
Sydney Markets. [CORRECTED OF TO LAST EVENING.] FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 28 November 1846
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INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY, NOV. 24. Before the Chief Commissioner. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 28 November 1846
INSOIVENCY PROCEEDINGS. TUESDAY, NOV. 24. Before the Chief Commissioner. PROOF OF CLAIMS. In the estate of James Brotherton Laughton, a third meeting : John Wilson, 41. 12s. IOd.; Thomas .Kellett, 211. 2s. 3d.; Signor Carandini, 01. 19s. Gd. The meeting allowed the insolvent to retain his furniture,,wearing apparel, and school books. In the estate of William Pawley, a first meeting: John Pearce, 58 1. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 25. In the estate of Andrew Lewis De Metz, a special meeting was held for the purpose of electing a trustee, when.Clark Irving was elected. In the estate of Henry Allen Graves, a special meeting : Moses Joseph, 021. 4s.
THE MEASURES AND PROSPECTS OF THE WHIG MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 28 November 1846
THIE MEASURES AND PROSPECTS OF TIHE WIIGI MINISTRY. - (From Dell's Mcssenger, August 3.) The immedlate consequence of the success.of the Sugar Duties Bill will be, that the same system will be carril into our shipping, and that all that remains Iof r navigation laws will bn succesitvely repealed. We have never been amongst those who have en deavoured to cherish the anti-social principle of naval and military glory, as we know that this PSgacious.feeling is so innate in our very nature as tdrequire the bridle rather than the spur. But me tust not carry the conitrary feeling to such an extreme as wholly to 'abandon the great national interest of belf-defenco.: . Anothersmeasure, which will be brought forward With the least possible delay, will be the cqualisation of theduliet on French and Spanish wines-a good measure, but one which can only be carried by that union of parties which has now occurrhd. A third measure, which is also promised by the Wilig ministry, will be of great publi...
CONVENTRY.—CONSECRATION OF THE RIGHT REV. DR. ULLATHORNE. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 28 November 1846
COVENTRY. - CONSECRATION OF THE ItIGI1T 1REV. DR. UJLLATIIORNE. (From the Tablet, June 27.) On Sunday last the ceremony of the Consecration of the Vicar'Apostollc of the Western District of England, took place in the Church of the Most Holy Sacrament, at Coventry. The consecrating Bishop was the Right Rev. Dr. Briggs, assisted by Bishops Griftiths and Wareing. The sermon was prwe:ehel by the IMight Rev. Dr. Wiseman. At about eleven o'clock the procession entered the church from the steristy, and passing down the north aile, au,d thence along the nave, proceeded in solemn ord,.r into the sanctuary, which was almost thranged by the Bishops, their various attendants, and the nit merous ecclesiastics who had assembled to lake part in this ailicmtng and important function. Amongst others we observed Dr. Barber, the President of the English Benedictines-- Dr. Lythgoe, the Provincial of the Society of Jesus-The Very Rev. Dr. Brindle, of Prior Park-the Rev. Messrs. Scott, Vaughan, Turner, S...
Original Poetry. A CALL TO AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 28 November 1846
-o A CALL TO AUSTRALIA. Australians, oh ! why think ye now of returning From freedom's bright call unto slavery's bond P Do ye wish.'stead of joy, lamentation and moufning, 'Stead of peace and good-will, that base strife should abound P 'Oh ! are ye so fallen P or do ye but slumber, That no voices re-echo a glorious protest P 'Then arise,or awake,and come fo thwithout number, The watchword, Australia, resound from each breast'! 'Oh ! fly to your standard, and rally around her, Areye Britlsh descendants, and yield ye the prize, Without striking a blow in her cause to defend her P Will ye fall while yet victory's before your eyes P .Unite t-your foes would not-dare not oppose you ; Their Council would quail before liberty's call, And woe unto him who would dare to suppose you Would yield up your freedom-your liberty-all ! Tell those who for:private gain basely have sold you, Ye want no return of slavery here; Tell them that the world no more shall behold you As slaves-but as men who h...
THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1846. MR. THOLMES' SPEECH.—VINDICATION OF THE LIBERTY OF THE PRESS IN IRELAND. "The grandest exhibition of oratory that ever was delivered in a court of justice."—THE CHIEF JUSTICE OF IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 28 November 1846
TH E SYDNEY CHRONIC)'E. SAf'URI AY, NOVEMBER '28, 1846. MR.fHlOLMES' SPEECII.-VINDICATION OF THE LIBERTY OF THE PRESS IN IRE LAND. " The grandest exhibition of oratory that ever was delivered in a court of justice."-THE CGmEF JusTICr or IRELAND. Svcnt is the opinion delivered by his Lord ship in his charge to the jury at tilhe trial of Mr. Dcify, the p'oprietor of the Nation. for a seditious libel, in referring to the speech of Mr. Holmes in behalf of the do fendant. As there are many persons who will bow to authorit, though they will not submit themselves to.rcaeon.; it cannot be out df place to remind those whose minds are so constituted, that this record of his Lordship's impression is much enhanced by the consideration, that in his professional chairicter he is remarkably cold and unim passioned, and little likely to be "moved by the concord of sweet sounds,"--while in the instance of Mr. Dufly's trial, the whole weight of his judicial power was employed to render the eloqueqce ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 28 November 1846
OFFICUES TO LET. O LET, in King-street East, within one minute's wall, of the Supreme Court, Omfces suitable for a Barrister or Attorney. Apply at 133, King-street East. RECAPITULATION or NEW DRAPERY GOODS, EX LATE ARRIVALS. 1R. UPERlIORl 'rench Coutillo and jean stays Children's and Infants' stays, all sizes ARTIrICAl.t. FLPOWrRS, in great variety Rich printed muslin dresses, long lengths Ditto transparent gingham ditto, very choice and cheap, diffelrent to anything in the colony Balizarine, printed cachmere, and de laine dresses Panlrs, in great variety Io oN.Trs of the newest styles, in pure white, whole Dunstable, Tuscan, and fancy straw, with Chil dren's bonnets of every size and description PArasor.s, the cheapest and best assortment in Sydney, and of the newest designs BLIAcK SA'rtN and OTTOtAxN Stliwt.s C?sm. C?.ta'r. Slhawl4, a s;plendid assortment, from 42s. to the richest made summer mantelets, of choice elegant designs Rich lutestring, satin, and gantre ribbons \\'oanti ...
TRIAL OF MR. C. G. DUFFY. COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH. Before the Lord Chief Justice and a special jury. PRESS PROSECUTION. THE QUEEN V. CHARLES GAVIN DUFFY, PROPRIETOR OF THE "NATION" NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 28 November 1846
TRIAL OF" 1R. C. C. o DUFFY. COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH. Before the Lord Chief Justice and a special jlu' PRESS PROSECUTION. TIIE QUIs, V. CHlARLES OAVIN DUYvv I P IETOa d' TIIC "NATION" NEWSPAPER. The Cotiit sat at half-past ten o'clock, when the ease of "The Queen v. Duffy," specially fixed fdr: this moxning, was called on. :,. . . Counsel for the prosecution - The Attorney-, General, Sergeant Warren, Mr. Martlcy, Q.C., ands Mr. Smyly.; For the defence-Mr. Holmes, Sir Colman O'Loghl; len,Mr. O'Hagan, and Mr. M. J.3Barry....... The following jury was sworn :-PatriekReganei Robert Snow, Denis Redmond, J. W Gillespie, G.IL' Walker, Hall Chambers, William Carson,: Henry" Cochrane, John Baker, William White, Thonias Carey, and Joseph Francis. Mr. Smyly-In this case the indictment clxrges that Charles Gavin Duffy, unlawfully, maliciouSlyi, and seditiously intending to create in the minds of the Irish subjects, disaffection and hatred of her, Majesty's government, and intending to cause it t...
CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 28 November 1846
CITY COUNCIL. A ineting of the Council of thile City of Sydney will be holden at tihe Town Hall on Monday next, the 30th instant, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. ORDERS OF THE DAY. 1. To receive Relorts from Committees. 2. To receive Memorials and Petitions. 3. To read Correspondence. 4. Notices of Motion. .1. By Councillor Mol- That a Public Water Fountain be placed at the corner of Campbell and Elizabeth streets, in Phillip Ward. 2. By Councillor HILL- That the City Surveyor be instructed to cause Brisbane-street, near Lyon's Terrace, to be.put into a passable state of repair Without delay. .. Motions. 0. To consider tihe business standing over. 1. The Report of the Special Committee. ap pointed to Inquire into the alleged removal of 200 tons of Ironstone from the cut in Argyle strect-recived' by .the Council on the 5th ultimo. 2.' A'Letter from the City Surveyor of date 5th 'October last, applying for permission to alter 'the Curbing and Guttering along Parra matta-street into an ...
GEORGE-STREET MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 28 November 1846
GEn IGE-TRERrT uatICp'Fr. SALT BUTTER-A small quantity only was dis posed of during the week at Is. Id., Is. 2d. and Is. 3d. per lb. FRaSH BUTTER-Is. 4d., Is. Gd. and'ns. 9d. per pound. CuEiSE-1-3 cwt. sold at 5d., 5d., and Gd. a lb. FRUIT AND VEGETABLES--Five loads of fruit and seventy two of vegetables paid dues during the week, for prices of which see market note.
RENEWAL OF TRANSPORTATION.—PUBLIC MEETING AT SINGLETON. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 28 November 1846
RENEWAL OF TRANSPORTATION.-P?UBLIC M1EErING AT SINGLETON. ' A large meetingon tho abovo subject was held at Singleton, on Saturday- last, at which Helenus Scott' Esq., ?airden of thi District, presided. . Several -animated speeches wereo delivered, but we have only room for the excellent sgeech of Mr. J. J. Harpur, which we extract from the AJliltland ?eIor. c rry. . . , .. SMr. J. J. IIiAnua said that being a native of the eplony, he felt diat they would requir!e no npology; front hlm for ngain addressingJ, them The at ject was an exciting one, he felt deeply ,its importance, and itwas certainly difficult to restrain his indigna tion when he adverted to the fact that a measure which, he felt convinced, was as destructive to the morals and happiness of the community, as it was repugnant to its wishes, had been recommended for adoption by persons who called themselves their re presentatives. They had seen the Report of the Transportation Committee. The author of that document had urg...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 28 November 1846
'T Te .dneI Chronicle" is published twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South Wales, Van Dienen's' Land, South Australia, New Zealand, and India; and in England, Scotland, and Ireland,- The Quartes e:id on 3';t hlGai 30th June, 30th September, and 31st December; at whiclh periods only subscribers can decline receiving it,'after paying the amount due.-Advertisers should mark on each advertisement the number of insertions requined; otherlwise nthey are continued till couermand Ord o discontinue or alter advertisements must be sent in before six o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday and Friday;, but new dvertisements are received til six o'clock on the evening before publication.-A istutions must be given in writing, and a re otinued rmadd Orders , _ ]l a l . .y* oX I;ock C On th evening. fore publication.-Al instructions must be 7inen in writing, and ll letters pbut said ". NOTICE. THE SUBSCRIBERS to this Paper, and the Public in general,...