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HOW TO BREAK DOWN A PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 March 1844
HOW TO BREAK DOWN A PRESS. -0 (From the Cornwall Chroniclo.) NOTICE.-- Oun Subscribers and advettising friends will oblige us by an early discharge of our claims against them. We are not now in a con dition to allow accounts to remain on our books un settled beyond a reasonable time. This is a fact which must be generally known ; therefore, all per. sons who desire to keep up an independent press, will not fail to pay their accounts, and spare us the unpleasant necessity of dunning, which is a thing we heartily detest. If our services are valuable ar:d they are universally acknowledged to be so they are worthy of remuneration. We recommend to our Subscribers the perusal of the following ex tract from a London paper, which will, we think, in. dues them immediately to set about either calling at our office with the amount of their little accounts delivered to them, or adopting some means of for. warding them. " Tn WAr TO BREAK Dowrs A PRBSS, A hint to newspaper subscribers. It has bee...
INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 2 March 1844
INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. -o NEW INSOLVENTS. Isaac Nathan of Hunter-street, Sydney, com- poser of music: liabilities, £530 17s 6d ; assets, personal property, £76: balance deficiency, £455 17s 6d. Robert Rogets of Surry Hills, Sydney, commis sion agent: liabilities, £219 ; assets, personal pro perty, £15 t Ialance deficiency £204. Sydney Marsden of Ilogil, gentleman : liabilities. £86 16s 3d; assets, personal property £57 s balance deficiency £29 16s 3J. M5STINOB F?R TO'DY." James lroadworthll, a third meeting, at ten oclbcc. Morgan Carroll, an adjourned single meeting, at half.past ten o'clock. 'T. M. Mappin, a special meeting for exanmihation only, at half-past eleven o'clock. CATHOLIC DocTaRIN.--A coOtrso' of lectures on some of the principal doctriies of the Catholic Church, has been commenced at St. Ma'ey's Cathedral, The Archbishop, the Vicar General, and the Rev. Mr. M'Encroe, deliver the; lectures, each iihi turn. on the evouings of Sunday, WVed. tLesday, and Frilay, after divine...
PROGRESS OF REPEAL. Mr. Ray read the following letter from America "Saint Louis, Missouri 9th August, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 March 1844
PROGRESS OF REPEAL. -0-. ,. [From the Weekly Freeman's Journal.] Mr. Ray read the following letter from America, "Saint Louis, Missouri, 9th August, 1843. " Sa-The undersigned, instructed by the St. Louis (Missouri) Repeal Association of thie Friendi of Ireland, has tile honour of transmitting to you t~le enclosed bill of exchange (original) for the'sum of .9174 British sterling, drawn in` yotr favour by Wiilliam. Dwyer, senior, of this city, on Messrs. Thomas Martin and Son, of Liverpool, bearing even date herewith, and payable sixty days after sight Y.u will please receive tins on behalf of the Loyal National Repeal Asseociation of Dublin, as the second remittance to tihe patriot Repealers of Ireland, from the Saint Louis (rMis.) Repeal Association, to be appropriated for the purpose of aiding tlhem in their legal and constitutional exertions for tle Repeal of the obnoxious act of Union, imposed upon the Irish people without thleir consent and against their will, A.D. 1800. '': De...
REVIEW. THE NEW NUMBER OF THE EDINBURGH REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 March 1844
REVIErW. - o [Froam the Examiner.] THE NEW NUMBER OFTHI EDINBUUROG REVIEW. A firatirate numbers the subjects vatious, and admirably handled. It would not be easy. to find greqter contrasts asi:the.maanseitareatment than between Irit ls7 Field Sports, Pepys' Memoirs, and WVorres H;lsirigs -and this because each subject finds its master. Tl'he last.named article, in par. ticular, is full of power and brilliancy; with an i.fusion of strong lights and shades, stage effects we mray csil them, in wonderful keeping with the matter in hand ; but while we include in this praise the description of the part played by Hastings in the tragedy of Nuncomar, we regret tle equivocal de. fence set up for that atrocious deed. A mINT TA TOUNGIai sRs. e" We strongly recommend to the attention of all young, and some old sportsmen, the maxim with which Colonel Hawker begins his instructions to tyros:-- Start with the determination of never suffering a gun, at any time, to be held for a mo. meant or even c...
Select Poetry. GATHERING CHAUNT OF THE ULSTER SEPTS IN THE REIGN OF ELIZABETH. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 March 1844
.rcrrrt 11ortru. -o" (From the Tablet.) GATIIEIING OHAUNT OF T'HE ULSTER SEPTS IN HIRE HEIGN OF ELIZABETU. She sword of the Saxon Is red on our hills, And blood has eolmurpled the tide of our rills; O'Henlon, unfurl your banner of green, And high let the sauN.uaTs of Erin be seen. O'Donuell, come down from your dark Donegal, And drive back the Saxon, and scatter the ScAUL; Maguire come loath with the men of your milght, And red let your falchion be seen through the light. MacMahon, let victory gleam from your crest, O'iellly come forth with your boldest and best; O'alsgan, M*Donnell, and Derry's bright star, Advance to the hot clnmson banquet of war. M'Keuna of Treugh, and Megulnniss of Down, Up, forward, and share in the deathless renown; O'loherty, prince of the wild Indushowen, Up, up to the slogan of gallant Tyrone. The heartless isuader his banner extends, And deep 'neath its shade is the woe of our Mflends, 'The crags of .liiave-guillen resound with their wall, And Newry is re...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 March 1844
S.... ..TOBACCO..-... O N SALE, at the Stores of the Undersigned, prime NEGROHEAD TO BACCO (in' kegs), just landed, in and out of bond. EI CCLESTON AND HIRST, 482 Queen.street. WOO L .. rHE. Undersigned- are purchasers of ..L WOOL of the present clip. ECCLEST.ON AND HIRSr, 483 . Queen-street. NEWFOUNDLAND COD, AND LING FISH. J UST received, and on sale at the stores of the undersigned, 30 Bales, each 2001b, superior Cod Fists 20 Cases, each 601b, ditto Line ditto` ROBERT COVENY. Market-street East. March 4'h, 1844. . 480 THE LOYAL AUSTRALIAN REPEAL ASSOCIATION . T HE Friends of' Ireland-- of' justico, and of cons:itutional liberty, are requested to take notice. that the subscription llsts will-'re closed at the end of the month, for the purpose of making the irsit'emittance for this year. A list of the names, or the initials, or under any other form that subscribers may have subscribed, with the amount of their respective subscriptions, will accompany the remittance. P. H. MULHOLLAN...
FRIENDSHIP AND LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 March 1844
FRIENDSHIP AND LOVB. "A Temple to Friendship," said laura enchanted, " IIl build in this garden-the thought is divinet" Her temple was built, and she now only wanted An image of Friendship, to place on the shrine. ese flew to the saulptor, who set down before her A Friendship, theaibrest his art coild invent; But so cold and so dull, that the youthful adorer Saw plainly this was not the Friendohip she meant. " )h never,' sbe.cried,"can I think of enshrining An image whose looks are so joyless and dim: But yon little god, upon roses reclining, Well make, if you please, Sir,a Friendship of him." So the bargain was struck; with the little god laden, She joyfully flew to her shrine in the grove: "' Farewell," said the sculptor,"you're not thefirstmaiden Who came but for Friendship, and took away Love."
INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. MEETINGS FOR TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 March 1844
IJKSOLI'ENCY BUSINES,? -a MSBTINOB Pan TO*Dale Waller Rotten, a special meeting, to decide as Jtfer of composition; at two o'clock. Henry Terry Sheldon, a special meeting, for trustees to receive directions, at half-past two ,,'clock. James Newlands, a first meeting, at three o'clock. Geergo Green, a first meeting, at half-past three o'clock. AN INGBNIOUS DLFIAT OF Husn. nAsoans.-On Friday night last, three bushrangere got into Mrs Chisholm's house on the Liverpool IRnad, when that lady gently opened the door of her own apartment, and tile door leading into the yard, and spoke in a whisper, intended to be understood by these nightly desperadoes, addressing, as it were, some of the servant men as follows s---* John,'" said site, "do you and Peter go round the corner, and the other two men will surely seize tlhem at the front door." Tlhe bushrangers, taking this gentle hint, mada off without further delay TH' ROMAN CATHIOLICS -r'his body of professing Christians have, we understand, t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 March 1844
AGENTS FORL THE OCHRONIOL Broulee, Mr. B. B 1'Cauley. Bersima, Mr. B. M'Mabho. Patterson, Mr. J. O'Sullivan. Parramatta, Mr. P. Cardiff. Port Phillip, Mr. J. Bullen Wollongong, Mr. Edward Corrigoq Bathurst, Mr. T. Jones. Goulburn, Mr. tiHenry ampon Hobart Town, Mr. John Riegq . Maitland, Mr. Doe Cam.pbellown, &go. Mr4 M'Ai4tlire Windsor, Mr. James Caasidy Penrith, Mr. Janws Al' 1 ?rtly' Jerry's Piaiqs, M;. J. J. Harp4r Bungonla, Mr. Fidwaid Hughe Wollombi, Mr. MIichael Byrqge PublAished in the Uniteld Ksngdorn b6 Mr. Jones, 63, Paternuster-row, Loiddon Mr W. J. Batteraby, 6, Esaei-bridge, i Parl* mentsatreet, Dublin, Sydney: Printed and Publishnd by MIOIIABL D'AROY, o S dBrldge.etrc, qt ti(e Oiroaiolo OAlcet Drldseqitret"
APPROVED REMEDIES FOR EVERY DAY MALADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 March 1844
APPROVED REMEDIES FOR EVERY DAY MALADIES. -0 For a fit of Passion.--Welk out into the open air * you may speak your mind to the winds without hurling any one, or proclaiming yourself to be a simpleton; or take out a horse-whip, and give the first large tree in your way a sound treshing, fancy. iog it to be your enemy. For a fit of Idleness.--Count the ticking of a clock; do this for an hour, and you will be glad to pull off your coat the t.est, and work like a negro. For a fit of. Estravagnace and Folly.-Go to .the ;workhouse, orspejak to the ragged and wretched inmates of a gaol, and you will be convinced;;,-" Who makes his bed of briar and thorn,. eMust be content to lie forlorn. For a fteof Ambitios.-Go into the church yard, and read the grave stones; they will tell you the end of ambition. The grave will soon be your bed chamber, the earth your pillow, corruption your father, and the worm your mother and your sister. For a fit of Repining.--look about for the halt and the blind,...
THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 March 1844
THE POST OFFICE. WE have received, from many quarters, complaints of, subscribers to the Chroni cle, of the irregular manner their news papers are delivered by the Post Offices, namely, from Melbourne, Whindgor, Mait land, Kissing Point, and the Cowpastures. We shall be obliged to our contem poraries to inform us whether they have a similar complaint to make, or whether it only applies to the Morning Chroniclo. We trust the proper officer will make the necessary enquiries, and rectify what is complained of. It is not to be expressed how annoying it is to people, not to get their newspapers as they expect : and we hope not to hear of it again.
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 March 1844
*t1$DippItng lielltgclre. AIRRIVALS. LIAnon. 2 -Prom New Zealand, h'aving left Port Nicholson the 2nd, Nelson tihe 10th, and Manskow the: 18th ultimo, the schooner Vanguard, GI tons. Pilford, with oil, bone, &c., Passeugers Mrs. Morgan and d.iughter,'and Mrs. Bottomly and son. 2.-From Newcastle, the brig GOnnett, 322 tons, Nichol, with 339 bales wool. 2.-From Poit Phillip via Launceston, having left the fonmrr the 24th, and the latter the 28ih ulr,, the steamer Shamrock,' 200 tons. Gilmore; witll sundries. 'Passengers--Mr. and Mrs. Tooth. Lieut. Freeman 80th regiment;. Mr. and Mrs. M'Naman, Mr. and Mrs. James, Messrs. Boyd, Campbell, Hall, Salmon, Turnbull. Moore, Macarthur, Barnett, How, Smith, Fennell, Shadforth, Macdonald, Atkinson;, Crawford., Howard, Vandenbe'g, i)od dery, M'Kevett, Neil, .Jones,. and Polack ; 6 rank and file of 99th regiment, 1 constable, and 14 prisoners. Passengers from Melbourne, landed at Boyd Town--Mr.and Mlrs. Butler, Mr. Dwyer, and Mr. and Mrs. ...
ERRATA IN THE "TIMES." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 March 1844
ELRATA IN TUE "TIMBS." For " Sir James Graham deoled that he.had eve. uhanged his friends or his principles," read "hanged his friends or his principles." For "Lord John Russell said that he had -trenuouily endeavoured to keep pace with the march of Reform,",read " keep plane with, the march of Reform." For " though Sir Robert Peel is the ostensible head, the Duke of Wellingtona Bolda the veiis of the present administration," read "' the Duke of Wel. lington holds the brains of the present administra. lion." For " Colonel Sibthorp said he despised the man who suffered himself to be made the tool of a party," read " the fool of a party." Ms?ncIrTv MasEar.-Twins are looking up, but orphans are still below par. Blind men make little progress, but their dogs, properly trained,fetch a good deal, and that too at a single bidding. Cross. ing sweepers are firm, and still stick to their posts, though the I4ascars have lately swept every thing before them. 'Thle frozen-out gardeners are coin....
Legislative Council TUESDAY, MARCH 5. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 March 1844
UIrgiolattbe Wotttiil. -o T'uasoDas MARcH 5. This having been the day appointed by his Ex ceilenrcy the g;overnor for the extraordinary meeting of the Legislative Council, the members began to assemble a little before the appointed time of tmeet. ing-twelve o'clot k. The members present on the occasion were, the lHonorable the Speaker, the Honorable E Deas Thomson, Colonial Sccretary, the Colonial T'ea surer, the Attorney General, the Auditor General, Sir Maurice O'Connell, Lowe, Cowper, Maarrthur, Icely, Foster, Berry, Panton, owmaen. Suttor, Etwin, Lawson, Roger Therry, Esqs., Dr. Nichol. son, Captain l)umaresq, and tire Rev. Dr. Lang. The S.Aesttl took the chair at twelve o'clock and said, that the Clerk of Council wou'd read the proclama'ion of his Excellency the Governor, by which they had been called together. S'lhe CLver of CouNCIL then read tile procla. mation, alter which, The Honorable the COLONIAL SSCREaTARY entered t'le Council Chamber with a message from tilhe G vernur,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 March 1844
N. I'I4JCl: 01'1/30 TO AGENTS AND PARTIES MAKING RE M ITTA NOS. I N order to avoid the oxpcnnw of post I ago, ma.'spurno littlo iin Iottr writing. we inlteunl, to L.)? pt a plan? eoxte~sirely followed by " Brolhor ,hJonallmtn," for noknowledging thoe recoilpt of sulbscorip tion moiney, viz., to publish theo initials of parties re.mitting m 'oney. T'huis we have to ackaowledge the receipt of the lntters of Mr. J:;l.,, of- Melbourne, ol the 24th, of PFulhrwiry, of M,. VI. 13., of WVol lombi, of theo Ist, and Mr. T. NJ., of iathurst, of tihe 2ln of March, 18i44 M". I. I'. I. I MI 111) 1. H LANDI) has IJ.V? lioern applinlltl Collector for this Joulrnal, ill tIIo room of Mir. 'rTIONMAS 1I IGGINs, who has resigned.j Chronicle ()llice, ( March:, Ist,. 18. 4 . NOT ICE. . I. PE'ITER CA I.)IFF habs been Iiuppoilnted Agnt for the " Chreo iiclo" in the distriit of I'rramalla, amnd all pirties indouliuil to thmat Jourual are reCluestid to pa? Ihimtohe amnonut of their respective accouuuts.. : CJ...
CYRUS REDDING ON THE VINE. (Continued.) CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 March 1844
0CYRUS REDDING ON THE VINE. ,(Continued.) NHAPTER 11. Those wines which effervesce (vies mouawrur,w -re impregnated deeply with carbonic acid gas, from their being drawn off before fermentation is com.n plete.' This gas disengages'itself from all kinds of -wine during the process of fermentation, .and when it ceases to-do so the wine is perfect and limpid, and the taste purely vinous. The first period of fer. -mentationis one of great disturbance in the must, over the surfach of which is collected what the Frecch call the-ohapeau, a head, scum, or crust, whirich swells upward as the fermentation proceeds, the gas escaping through the pores, or cracks, which :-orm i?lit. -When ittis?obseriid to.soinkdoirn, the time is arrived to close the vat. Spacoenougbmast still be left for the-carbonic gas to free itself. The time necessary to complete the fermentation differs -according to the -quality :or ripeness of.the grapes, 'the species of plant, the soil, and the temperature 'of the viney...
THE MORNING CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 March 1844
THE MORNING CHRONICLE. IE VNESDA Y, MiARCH 6, 1844; I * Be Jaust antd fear not :1 iLet all the eids .thou ahun't at be thy country's, *Ulhy n ods, andtruth's." Shkutspeare. BOILING DOWN. ?VE are happy to perceive, that in every part of the colony, "boiling down" as it is called, and the manufacture from our -supernumerary herds and flocks, of salted seef, mutton hams, tallow, candles, soap, &c., &c., are carried on to a great and cncreasing extent; and that the ;making of glue, gelatin, stearine, &c. &c., are in progress; and we do hope, that so rich, secure, and permanent a source of colonial wealth, will receive from our intel ligent, enterprising, and industrious cola nists, all the attention it deserves; and 'that men of science will devote (as in France, England, Germany, and America) zill their energies to transmute every particle of the native ?ateeriai to some profitable -use. This is the true source of the colony's riches, because it is the s...