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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 March 1844

GENEiIAL AGENCY. To SETTLRUS, TAVERN.KItEPERS, STOR.-, ICEEPERtS, AND OTUIit(S. M11R. ADAht WILSON EGS to inform the Public that, at B the suggestion of numerous parties, lie intends to act as AGtI: NT for the clearing of Spirits, Wines, and Tobacco from Bond, and forwarding the same direct from the Uistded Stores to their destination, so that those who may send their instructions to Mr. Wilson may be assured .ef having the articles genuine as taken out of Bond. The Terms on which the Agency will be con. ducted, are-On receiving a remittance, lMr. VWlson will purchase the first-rate Spirits, &c., at the lowest possible price from the importers; pass the Custom Hlouse entries, and superintend the sending off of the Goods, at 22s. 61. per cask or, package; or if several casks or packages are forwarded from (lie same stores, at a proportionably, lower rate each, according to the actual expense incurred by him. 51r. Wilson will also obtain guaging orders, and got the Spiuits reg...

Publication Title: Morning Chronicle
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THE MORNING CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 March 1844

Tl1E IMJORNING CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1844. " Pc just and fear not: Let all the euds.tlou ninfst at be lhy.country's, Thy God's, and truths." .Sakspeare. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tnt calling of an cxtraordinary session of the Legislative Council, and the curious and anomalous position in which the Go vernment.is placed, between thelaw officers on one side, and the Judges on the other, may well excite surprise. That the Governor acted a humane and a wise part in calling the Council together to indemnify the magistrates, there can be no question, they having acted bond fide: but whetheir acts (done in virtue of an authority now acknowledged to be incom petent and invalid, if not illegal,) should be confirmed, or be annulled by the supreme legislative power, is another question. If the magistrates had not a legal power to .adjudicate, their acts, when they fined or condemned, were null, and could not, -without an ex post. facto and most unjust .law, be rendered valid : but if their ...

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COLONIAL IMPROVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 March 1844

COLONIAL IMPROVEMENT. Wn are very glad to , perceive that our cotemporary the Herald, is endeavouring to promote the formation of a society which he calls " the Australian Society for Agri culture and the indigenous arts." Were we inclined to be snappish, we should exclaim with Dennis, the poet and critic, " By --, this is my thunder !" -we should say they have been stealing our thunder-in plain English, we almost think the Herald might have condescended to notice our humble exertions in the same cause ; seeing that as far back as the month of December last, we proposed a " Royal Society" for the promotion of those very arts mentioned in the Prospectus of the Herald. But we are perfectly willing to concede to the Herald, or to whomsoever is worthy of it, the honor of playing first fiddle-we shall most willingly play second, or tenor, or violoncello, or any other instrument that will be allowed us, in a concert so calcu lated to delight as well as to instruct the Australian public; a...

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CYRUS REDDING ON THE VINE. (Continued.) CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 March 1844

CYRUS REDDING ON THE VINE. (Continued.) CHAPIER It, The wine-prcsa differs in construction in dilTerent countries. There ase several kinds. It has already been observed, that for red wine the grapes are trodden before they are pressed, to disengage the colouring matter from the skius, and that In making white wine this operation is never performed. In either case, when she press is applied, the first pressing is despatched as quickly as possible. Of presses thero are commonly iho small and the large. The first is a simple screw press, furnished with blocks of wood, to replace the void when the murk has been pressed nearly to its utmost. The com. mon press is easily understood. Instead, however, of placing tse bar which turns the screw itt a hole in the screw itself, it is frequently omitted altogether A whcel, of a diameter as large as the space between the cheeksof the press will allow, is substituted, the circumference of which Is grooved to receive a rope, that it may act in the ...

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THE INQUISITION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 March 1844

THE INQUISITION. As the most extraordinary perversions of tithihliliaye been constantly put forth on the siibject of th: Infiisition, by Persons who sought to blacken the Catholic faith and peoplo, `uMcjust 'givo thd;1roport of what it .5w Sppin In: 177, from Arthur You igu'nglishitisin a Protestant, and on o man, who of course would, .if.,liiena x r d inot prevented him, have descri d it~tts others. He says, " 'Tic mention of the Inquisition, made us enquire into the prbsent state of. that holy office, and we were informed that it was NOW FORMIDABLE ONLY TO P'ERSONS OF VERY ILL-FAME, and that when it does act against offenders, an inquisitor comes down from Madrid to conduct the process; from the expressions, however, which were used, and the instances given, it appears they take cognizalce of cases not at all connected with religion ; and that if men or women were guilty of vices which made them noto riously offensive, this was the power which interposed."-Young's Tour vol. 1. p. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 March 1844

The Morning. Chronicle" is published twice a week, on.Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New Soulh Walec, Vas Diemen's Land, South Australia, New Zealand, and India; and in iingldnd, Scot/tlid, and Ireland.- The Quartrs end on the 31st Mlrch. 30th June. 301h September, and 31st December; at which periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, after paying the amount due.-Advertisers should mark on each aidertisoment the number of insertions required; otherwise they are conflned till countermanded. Orders to discontinue or after advertisements must be sent in before six o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday; but new advertisements are received till six o'clock on the evening before publication.-All instructions must he given iu writing, and all lett ROIERTW' ROSS, BOOT AND SHOEMAKER, YORK PLACE, YORK STRIIET, NEAR THE BARRACK GATE, BEG S to return thanks to his friends and the public for the very liberal share of 1 atronage he ha...

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INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. NEW INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 March 1844

.INJOLr'IrEzCk BUSINLSS. - 0-/ New INSOLVENT., The following estate: was sequestered on Wednes. day, namely :-Thomas Whitty Toby, of Kent street, Sydney, late of Goaford, Brisbane Water: in consequence of the insolvant' loability to pay the instalments he agreed to pay. when his estate was sequestered, on the 23rd February, 1842. Debts, 1,5041 Is 3.1. Assets-personal property, 20/. Balance deficiency, 1,6641 Ia 3d, John Morris, official assignee. The following persons filed their schedules yes terday st. William Farquharson, of :William River, farmer. Llibilities, £107 19a Id; assets, personal property, £20 10.; balance deficiency, 287 9s Id. Jas., Fletcher, of the Temperance Coffee House, Plttstreet, Sydney. Liabilities, £131 10s 91; assets, personal property, £52 ; outstanding debts, £9 3s 3d; balance deficiency, £73 7s Gd, Thomas Norman, of Velerise Hall, Brisbane Water. Liabilities, £72; assets, personal property, £32 2s 6d; balanice deficiency, £38 17s 6d. - R COOF t or OLAZ&am...

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Select Poetry. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 March 1844

-0. [iaonc Toe, Frecnt.] .4dvAslced lit Years, the gioddess %'tuus licuill in a haoly clis4tei' real, All that hier goddevihhI puseot'. (If anl executor the duty She teunted to an lhtest soil iut hie. and rogue t siditred by beautiy I ojiitlec to my ighti has~ dune. Iunrnitly he file Cypvlunti iic'nie3 Allotted to his moothiers hetir; ~To you lhe gave the ,moirs and pl..otnrri, 'lo ne he left tie tears aint earns.-H. A. I).

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 9 March 1844

DEIAwRTURELS. MAnon 2.-For hes Vegee Islands, the schooner Triton, Huck, with stores. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Watsford, and Mr. and Mrs. ilazlewood. 3 --For Adelaide, the brig Dorset, Walsh, with sundries. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Joshua and nina children, Mr. Macdonald, and Mrs. Gewdor. 3.-For Oahu, thl schooner Phinbe, ieunett, with it general cargo. Passenger-11r. liiudes. 3.-For Launceston, the brig Wliljiuo, Grant, wills sundries. Passengersa-aplain Thum, Aie. and Mrs. Lucket and two childrun, Mrs. Meessenger and child, Mr. and Mrs. Spencer and two children, Messra. Trammer, Fortune, Flood, and Wears. 3.-For Llobart Town; the schooner IVaterlly, Ilayle. with sundries. *Passengers-Mrs.Simsmons, Mrs. Cunnut, Miss Martyn, Miss Stanley, Messrs. Truman, Christian, Fergusson, and Darke; five malu and one female prisoners, and one constable. 3.-For Nelson and Port Nicholson, the schooner Star of China, Ward, with sundries. Passengers Miosrs. J. Giblett, and E. Jones. 4.--For Auckland, ...

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A COLUMN FROM 'PUNCH." SONNET. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 March 1844

A COLUMN FlhOM' rVUCCH." --o SONNET. She took the veil-'twas at the vesper hour, When day was gently melt'ng Into night; When earth's hir features fadle from hutuan sight, 'Twas thenushe took the veil-farewell her bower, Farewerll hlome, friends -as some transplanted flower In a lone vase pines for the garden bright, So she is reft from every dear delight Shut from loveo's suannshine,joy's refreshing shower; She took the vell, nor did she shake or bleach he saw not him who fixed his glaring eye Upon her every motion anxiously; Silent awhile lto stood. She took the veil I Then loud he cried, " Polieeman I hero's a wench Shoplifting: take the customer to jail." TUB ABRIAL STBA*Ilo.BlP MANLIA. Report of the committee appointed by Punch to investigate the comparative merits of the Flyling Mlachine, alluded to in recent numbers of his journal. At the conclusion of their labour, your committee have much pleasure in laying the followinlg result of their nlovestigations before you being now...

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CYRUS REDDING ON THE VINE. (Continued.) CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 March 1844

CYRUS ItODDINGI ON THE VINE. (Continued.) CtAPTER I1. When the casks are neglected to be Ailed up, a white mouldiness,styled "the flower" by the French, covers the surface of the wine, which would soon render it unfit for drinking. To remedy this, the atmospheric air is forced out, after. which lighteod sulphur is introduced, and the barrel is struck to make all the air bubbles rise to the surface, oand force the mouldiness towards the bung i the cask is then gradually filled, and the mouldiness collected from the bung hole, until it all comes away. It is said that there le a sympathy between the wine in the cellar and the vine. The forrbr is ob. served to work in a remarkable manoer when the vine puts forth its buds. The fermentation at this' period is ofteeln obliged to be resisted by artlificial' methods, by sulphate of lime, camphor, sulphuric acid, and even the application of ice, The neat operation is the racking, to separate the wine from the lees. In Cyprus the wine is kept ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 March 1844

TO DRUUGISTS. rENDERS for the following Mcdli I. cies, required by the 8)dney Dispensary, will be received by the Treasurer, Mr. T, Woolley, George street, on or before twelve o'clock of Saturday, the 16th instant ; toe medicine nust be of the best quality, and subject to the approval of the coisulting medical geintleen. . 01 ricini, 6 dozen quarts 01 olive, 6 gallons Bals. copalba, 14 Iba Flor. anthemid, 7 lbs. Bicarb, sodis.:14 lbs.; Liq. amnmon a fort, 7-lbs.' - Linteumin.7 ls. -.; Gum acacim, 7 lbs. 01 crolon (tag , 2 or. - E:ber sulp., 1 lb. Lig. sasslafras, 7 los. ali. Belladqnan, lb. Empl. adhesive, 2 bs. " - ' Supt. potassae, 14 lbs.,- - Fsl. digitalis, j lb. - Fol. byosciami, i lb, And leeches, per dozen, as may be required for six months. 604` JOHN1N MGARVIE, Hon. Secretary. NOTICE. H HE partnership heretofore carried on byy ONG UHINSIONG CHAN TANHONG - WEE PECKSWEH ONUOCHING.AN OHEE SIN SEW CHEE ONGOSIANG Is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All debts due to the firm'...

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COLONIAL WHALERS AT SEA, WITH THEIR LAST REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 March 1844

COLONIAL IWHALERS AT SEA, WITH THEIR LAST REPORTS. -0 Australian, Wiles, sailed 14th June, 1843 ; spoken 1et November, with 460 barrels sperm; Cooper and Hlolt, owners. British Sovereign, Cooper, sailed Nov. 5, 1843 spoken January 20th, witllh 150 barrels sperm; Lamb ansd Liarbury, owners. Caruoline, Hloner, sailed 7th August, 1842; at Mau. 25th October, with 530 barrels sperm; Walker and Co., owners. Clarksrone, Stewart, sailed 13th September, 1843 ur. Maoure,owner. Genii, Long, sailed 15th June, 1843; spoken. on toe 20.h Novomber, with 150 barrels; Mitchell and Wtlliamson, owners. Jane, Fairweather, sailed 27th August; spoken January Ist, with 150 barrels sperm; J. Jones, Owner. Jane Elisa, Bradley, sailed 7th of March, 1843; sp.ken 26th May, witn 100 barrels, at Norfolk island tn Augusi, with 350 barrels; H. Moore, owner. Lindsays, Williamson, sailed 15th June, 1843; spoken on the 250h of October, 1843, with .140 barrels i' Williamson, Mitchell, and Russell owners. Lucy Ann, Lee,...

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Maitland. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 March 1844

iitlatattb. -o Ltrorn tie 3luiUumd M.ercury.] CLOL orrnruANOasus.-On Friday, tu I1st instant, as Mr. Wright, at the Rutherford Accommodation Paddock, was walking up and down his verandah after tea, accompanied by his assistant, he saw two men walking quietlytowards his house, close by thej fence, hut observed nothing remarkable about their manner until they cams up to where he stood, when they presented their pieces at himn, and ordered him to make no resistance on peril of his life. One of tleans touched Mr. W with his piece and pushed bin into the house, and then into Mrs. Wright's bedroom, the other doing the same office to his com panion; Mrs. W. being at the time just gone to bed. The larger. of the two men then planted himself at the threshold of the bedroom, with Ihis gun levelled at the three, threatening instant death to either of them who should make any resistance, or raise an alarm; the other meantime being busily occupied in ransacking the house. The only money they cou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 March 1844

AGENTS FJEL THuB CHitRONULE Broulee, Mr. 1. M'Cauley. Bertima, Mr. B. M'Mahoo. Patterson, Mr. J. O'Sullivan. Parramatta, Mr. P. Cardiff. Pout Phillip, Mr. J. Bullen Wollongong, Mr. Edward*Corrlgon Bathurst, Mr. T. Jonies Goulbnrn, Mr:. Henry. Thompsoq Hobart Torn; Mr. Joh .Rqgan Maltland, Mr. Dee Campbelitownb &q., Mr. M'Alilter Windrp, Mr. James Caasidyt Penrith, Mr, Jarmes Myeruly Jerry's Pliqs, 31;R. J. J. Harpu , Buogonle, Mr. Edward Hughles Wollombl, Mr. Michael Byrne Published in She Uniied Kngduom by' Mr. Jones, 63, Paternoster.row, London, , Mr. W. J. Batteraby, 5, ,Base.bridge,.far it* ment·street, Dublin. Sydneys Printed and Publishedby MICHAEL D'AROY, of lrdge.atreet, at tle ltronlrole OBoi Dlridp stretd4

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DONATION TO SAINT PATRICK'S [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 March 1844

DONATION TO SAINT FATNICK:B Cuuanvou.-We are happy to record our approbstioS of the generous act of Mrs. E. Gold, of Pitt.atre6t, who, on last Sunday evenaing, presentcd a maniSO. cent suit of vestments for the use of Saint Patrick's Church. Thesoe vestmentas were lately importep from Paris, and are of a rare and valuatle texture and materials. We are apt to think tley'will be used on the occasion of the solemn opening of the Church on Monday next.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 March 1844

NOTICIR. ",I ' IP. H. MU. LIlOLLA NI) hIa, Ikern sepjointed (coheloeor for hiii .Journal,, in the roomn of 11r. 'IbM A1tn ii c;E INS, who Iiha rcignbcd. Chrouicle 0[1i1e,; ( Moro Ist, 11%4 1. S , N"TCI:. rg' II r different Agents are requestod to forwuardl their respeotirv Accounts not later than thie 1oth Instant. M. l)'A RC't'. RCharnia'ie Offlio, Marcia 12th. 1844.5

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WEEKLY METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. VARIATION OF THE THERMOMETER, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 March 1844

WUI IILY IE1T OlOLOGICAL TAII.R. VARIATION ON TIII TNIHRROIKTO\III. sA. h. I N. N . I. WVENR T )&V..mA R 0 1 . I f H74 1 80N I N.H. I Clear THURIDATY ........ 7 72170172 S.1. Cloudy FRIDAI . .. 8 7 .2 80 74 N.E. Ditto S&IIHaIIAT...... 0 76.808111RO N.HIN.. I Clearnit SNlUNDAIYA ........... 1n 74 8841 80 IN.H. DIto M oNDor.2.......... 11 7(1 81 78 N W. Ilalny TuinA ........... 12 68 72 70 S.11. DItto Men lenmpetitture. 5,.

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HIGH WATER IN SYDNEY COVE. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 March 1844

H1I0I WAlIiIt IN SYI)NICY COVIE. Tills DAT. 4,l. p. 3 mornlng I 6 min.p. 4 avrlhg TIIUnnDy. S3 mm p. 4 mornng I 4 nun. p. 4 evenling 18 min. p.4 mornling I 42 mtn. p. 10 evninlg

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ENGLISH HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 13 March 1844

ENGLISH HOLIDAYS. How consolatory is it to see even now,, a tardy justice done the wisdom, the bone yolence, and consummate knowledge of the human heart, and philosopy of man, always displayed by the Catholic Church, in corn bining the temporal comforts and rational enjoyments of the flock she loves, and for whom alone she exists, with a due and never ceasing regard to her higher object, their eternal happiness; and this justice too, done by persons, who have been taught by homilies, catechisms, rubrics, articles of faith, sermons, lectures-every thing al most, to regard as the school of Antichrist! Mlagna est veritas et prcevalebit--" truth is great, and it will conquer." In spite of all the teaching of " our venerable reformers" and their " 800 years and nore" of idolatry -in spite of penal laws " to prevent the growth of Popery"-in spite of Kin Henry's 6-King Fanciullo's (Edward's 42, and the "Blessed Virgin's" 39 Ar ticles against Popery; in all eighty-seven ! -in spite of Thres...

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