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Mozart's Violin. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 January 1840
lYlozart's V i'oin., From " .e« Nu1Vuit's Etoilees." About forty years ago, a. poor dealer in nick-nacks 'and- b.ric-d-brac, named Ruttler, took up- his abode at the upper extremity of the Fag~vbourg;St. Joseph,3 tit Vienna. 'The scanty profits of his little trade but ill sufficed for the support of a ongý iif 'and :fonrtoeen hildron ; the oldest 'of vwhoni was but sixteen years of age" Ruttler, howoeer,.notwithstand luig ihe ~iscouraging positionof his affairs, wal kind-hearted, ever ready to serve his friends, and' the needy traveller was never known to quit his'door without the benefit of,.his advice'or his charity. An individual whose-serious deportment and benevolent expression of countenance were calculated to inspire respect and interest, .passed regularly every day before tho door of Ruttler's shop. The iXdivleuilal in 'question was evidently strug gling agaiast the influence of a desperate i~tlady-*naturo seemed no longer to. have any charnis in his eyes a languid smile wou...
The Chronicle. Sydney: TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 January 1840
Sydney: TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, I8lo. --" A cunrous pamphlet has just issnoued from thle Sydney press, entitled " An Appeal to the WVorldl, in behalf of the younger branch of the family of Shorn ;" which means, in other words, an address to the Quoeen, the Lords, the Commons, the Secretary for the Colonies, the Go vernor, the Bishops and Clergy, the People of Now South Wales, and tile World, in behalf of tho aboriginal inha bitants of these colonies. It is evidently the work of a person who is an enthusiast, in no ordinary sense of the term, and this enthusiasm is so conspicuously developed in every page, that the work will in all probability be thrown aside, unread, by every one of the parties to whom it is addressed. Nevertheless it is a pity that such a fate should attend it; for amid a unass of political and religious rant, there are some important though melancholy facts, told in the language of sincerity and truth, and commented on with an eloquence not unworthy of the subject. h...
Bounty Ships. To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 January 1840
Bounty Ships. To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. Sin -Pcrceiviný in the lMonitor of Wednesday last two letters of corre.pundence, addressed to the Editor of that paper, thrtking the Captain and oflicers on board the ship Mlary for their kind atteuntin, &r., daring our late voyage, I feel it to be a duty incumbent upon myself, after wlhat I have lately advanced in tIe public journals of Syd lney, rep: ctilg the conduct of these ,fficers, briefly to reply thereto. Captain lMacallv, knowing what had already been publtshed toi be strictly trule, could not dare to offer the tlighlteat contradiction in any fair and ntynly way; but in the hope of being somnewhat able to wipe lff the stain which had been so justly cast upon him and his officers, went to a few of his favourites, and alter imploring Ibtheir merciful consideration of hisi pitiable case, itiduced themn to give tIheir signatturea to a letter of his own frtaming, ut, ? however, I do not wish to enter into anty r...
Sydney Price Current. January 13, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 January 1840
a1'trfl Irice O ivTtttertt, January 13, 1840. Tea, hyson skin, per chest, £9 9s. to £10. hyson, per 10 catty box, £2 I10.; gunpowder per 5 catty box £1 6s. sugar, Mauritius, fine, poer ton, £32 to £35- ditto, brown, £28 to £30; M1anilla, £24 to £26 10; loaf, per lb. 7d. to 73d. Rice, bag. 15a. to 25s. Oil, sperm per tun 801 to 821, black, per tun, £18. Soap, per cwt., £2 5s to £2 15s. Salt, per ton, £3 10s, to ý6. Ale, unubar's, Ier doz., 16s.; Burton, barrol,5 15s. Tayvlor's, per hhd., £6 10s.; Porter, Taylor's, per lhrd, £6 10s. Spirits in bond, per gallon; Rtum, Gs. to 7a. 6d. Brandy, 8s. to Os. Gd.; Gin, 3s 9d. Wines per pipe, to Sherry, £30 to G0; Port, £30 to £70; (.apo, .£13.; Chalupagne, pur doz., £2 Lto £2 10s.; Clalet, per doz., £1 to £1 Is.
BANKING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. No. 1. To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. "May every honest man turn out a rogue." [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 January 1840
BANKING IN NEW SOUTII WALES. No. 1. To the EdiAtor of 1he ALslr'elusiarn Chronicle. " May every tahonest nman turn out a rogtte." Stn,-T-'he above trite sentiment, so often mis construed by foonts ad blinked at by rogues, I strongly reeomnmend to tile notice of the proprietors of the Sydney 3Batking Cnmpnny. to read, mark, learn, and inwardly diget. I think it more thoan probable tlat thle gamnbling class assisted by Darval's resolhtion, auviled thetmsrlves of, firat tile sale of their v.tes-next tie premium to the unem bers of thre committen, I mean the successful can. didates for the I)irectoIship; to the unsuccessful ones of that immnncilate body, they gave the orange peel, inIsteat! of the vote along .ilth the shares. 't hren a'ked the reason-why he could not give sIns vote ? " Oh, th?Y I gave in m v proxy to --." " I wisht I had knowhn that before yoll soli your shares to toe." " It is quite a distinat tlhing, Sir, and hIas been more valuable to me tItan your pre mlumn; besides...
Launceston Markets. January 2, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 January 1840
rIautnttc tat gatitcts, January 2, 1840, ·---ýN+ In the Corn Market, we still have to report no. thing doing. Holders of wheat are firm at our quotations. Bread is now Is. 8d.the 4lb. loaf; VWheat .ls. to 18s. per bushel; Oats, Ga. to 7s. per bu'shel; Flour, slet quality, per 1Olbs , 45s.; ditto eccond quality,ditto, 40s.; ditto, ration, ditto, 38s. BUTCHER'S MBAT.-Beef, per lb., per joint, 9d.; carcase, 7d. Voal, per lb., Dd. lambu, .s. to 5s. id per quarter.
To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 January 1840
to rotrtrcpolcttflts. (CP As this Journal is widely circulated in .ingh&nd, Ireland, and Scotland, and is sent regu larly to several AMembers of Parliament, it is an eligible medium for t%.e discussion of such Colonial questions, as it is desiruble should be well under stood at home. **? All comsmunications to be addressed to the Editor, at the CHRIoUICLE Of1ice, 67, Pitt-street, Sydney.
LAID ON. But time of sailing not yet fixed. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 January 1840
LAID ON, But time of sailing nut yet fixed. Eltia Frances, for South Seas, Captain Lister agent. Governor flalker, barque, for the Fisheries Camp bell & Co. agents. Psyche, barque, 1. Simmons agent, for London. Prince Regent, tfor London, to load at Newcastle, Scott, of Newcastlo, and Bsg.ter, of Sydney, agentts-not y, t arrived. Lady alncnaorghten. for London, R. Duke & Co. F. Mitchell, and Campbell & Co. agents, Trusty, ship, for London, Gore & Co. agents. Argyle, barque, for London, Hughes & Hooking, agenls. Shephrrdess, barque, for Boston via Bay of Islands, Williams agent. Georgiana, for Liverpool A. B. Smith agent. Alfred, for London, W. Walker & Co. agents-not yet arrived. Tigress, b ig, for Sperm Fishery, Hughes and Honking agents. Lunar, for Bay of Iilands and Hokianga. China, ship, for Calcutra, Smith & Co. agents. Orient, barque, for London, Montefiore & Co. agents. Palmyra, barque, for London, Gilohrisht &am...
Shipping Intelligence. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 January 1840
it)ppitng Jntcelligc nce. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. The Oreslcs, Mary, and Barossa for Bombay, tile Fleetlwood for Launoestol, , and the Curlew for Port Pltillip, this day. IWavterly, basque, for Newcastle, A. B. Spalk agent, this (lay. Siren, brig, for New Zealand, this day. H. 1. S. Druid will sail fur [lacao, on the 20th instant. Mlary Ridgeway, 217, A. B Spark agent, for South Australia, .lanuary 10. Victoria, 180 tons, Moore agent, for New Zealand, January 12. Fair lHarbudirn, 148 tons, F. Peterson agent, for New Zealand, this day. Integrity, 220, A. B. Spark agent, for Hobart Town, this day. William Carey 218, A. I'GOaa &n Co. agents, for Liverpool. January 2n. 11edway, 450, lluglhes & Hosking agents, for Ltlndon, IFelbruary 10. Haonduras. 393, Capt. Weller agent, for London, February 10. WVilliamn Brynn, t12. W. Walker & Co. agents, for Londrn, Febrnary 20. Bussor al flerchsant, 531, W. Dawes agent, for Lundon, February 15. Diana, for King George's Sound, ...
Sale of Morses. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 January 1840
ýalc.of ýOtV0C0. IMr. Samuel Lyons sold, on Thursday last. a superiur lot of horses, mures, and lillies,, the breed. of WV. Lawson,. Esq., at the Now Cattle Market, which met with a ready sale. 'Tho ,reuter portion had never been handled, but those which were broken-in fetched excellent prices. Some of the horses brought upwards of £8U; mares upwards of £7U; the entire horse Adumant, brought £103 19s.; and the Peter 1Finn, £129 3s. The whole amounted to £3,290.
English Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 January 1840
THE W'OOL TRADE, LONDON, 0rll SEPTEMBER.-r[Tho following is we be lievo considerably the latest intelligence respecting tihe Wool Markets that has roached the Colony :] -We are now ena bled by the favour ot a celebrated firm in the wool trade to lay before our readers an accurate statement of the prieos realized at the late public sales, together with a speoilfoation of the various quali ties. 'l'he total quantity offered was 10,572 bales, which comprised 0,646 bales of Australian, 3,004 bales of Tasmanian, 335 'bales of Port Phillip, 10 bales of Now Zealand, and 517 of Cape wool. 'I'he buyers' from the West of England again purchased largely, taking off a great portion of the fine qualities; there was also a full attendance of purohasers from the North. The superior qgqalities went rather lower, but the middling and lower sorts about the same. A good part of the wool was washed; but that from Sydney had a dingy appearance owing to the long drought. The wool from Port .Ihillip promi...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 January 1840
'ýTI LIS ~H i I J.EXlixT'A ACTIP . KING ERNESTv. QUEEN VICTORIA. We extract the following extraordinary article front the Gazette Universelle de Leipzic, which reproduces it from that of Magdeburg, without note or comment: " We are assured," says this article, "* that Queen Victoria is so weak in health, that her death without heirs is more than probable; in which case the King of .Hanover anid the Prince Royal would become her legitimate heirs. The Duke of Cambridge, it is true, has made no advance towards the Whig party, or towards the Radicals to impede the legi timate pretension of his Hanoverian Ma jesty and the Prince Royal to the throne of England, or to imitate the example given by the ?Iouse of Orleans to replace the older by a junior branch of the family by the permission of the national repro sentatives; but circunmstances might ar rive when 1i'higs and Radicals might act in order to divert the succession. A combination would then h. attempted by moans of an augwentatibn ...
POETRY. DREAMS OF A WELL-SPENT LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 January 1840
DRLEAMS OF A WELL.SPrNT LIFE, " Co genie admirablo qui vicnt a hont do toutes choses." Fourberies de Scapin. Reclined on his couch, in that pleasing repose Which a Scapin of thirty years' growth only knows, When, at night, with a conscience at rest, he can say iHe has done all the mischief ho could through the Thus, lull'd in a sweet and self-satistled done, WVhieh eitended.its influence.evon to his nose, Giving rest to.that featuro's rhinocerote play, Th' rxtremely extraordinary ea Chancellor lay, Sending forth, as he slept, such a mnsical snore, As Scipli alone ever dreamt to before.* But his lordship, we all know, can-nlannge to keep One eye open for mischief, ev'n while he's asleep; And, except when there's any dear friend to abuse, Which calls .forth the wakofullest verse of his muse Tie between sleepa.nd waking Ite does his reviews; Sets off on, his night-mare of prose, right ahead, Like the famed goblin-hunter its chase of the dead, And way-laying the trav'llers on glory's hi...
Immigration. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 January 1840
,mmigration. O'nr polite and modest contomporary of the Colonist promises to write a series of articles upon immigration, and in praise of Mr. Marshall and his sydtom, in whichi he will !' pay no regard to the malignant tirades of the Auslrdlastan Chlroniclc," which, he courteously says, are " both disgusting and worthless." W'ie assure the Colonist, that when wetho.ught. of warning our legislators and ouM coun trymen against theo horrible systemo of demoralization and homicide recom mended by tire former, we noeer once thought of balanoing the probabiliiies of either convincing or disgutsting him, or his correspondent J. T. 0. lVoe have the satisfaction of knowing that we havb made. an impression upon some of. those.whose opinions are really of valuei; and we doubt not our articles will do someo good in the quarter wbhr'e thoe iismeily to the evils complained.of, lies; ourcontempo rary will therefore do well to pass over the facts adduced hbyus, which he calls ".personalitioes," [f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 January 1840
Three and Four Bus/hel Bags, J'Wool Packs, and Wool Bagging. DMr. S. "Lyoans" WILL SELL BY AUCTION, On THIURSDAY, 10th instant, at his Temporary teooms, Gourge.street, at Eleven u'clock, pro. cisely, H'E following GOO0DS, v.:- S4 Bales 600 Four lBushol Ba ' 3 Ditto 630 Throe ditto ditto ' ':"; 3 Ditto 380. Woyl.Packs .... 4 "Ditto 3G?Pleces Stout Wool Bagging., Terms at timo of sale.. 7 " 9. i9is0oiuttIion of ýiriat?'?ti1c l +, I. THIIS is to give Notiooe;that thId'Parit :" norship, hitheorto existing botideoo P. O'Sulli; van-and Trhomus.Trrst, is dissolved .by mutual cousent. All claims are to be made to P. O'Sulli van, as I will be answol able ftr all debts contracted. All parsons indebted to the said firm, will uorutard thq soame to P. O*'Mullivan, No. 18, Kingstreot East. . P. O'SULLIVAN; TIloMAS 'TitIS&. 'JOTII0 ANS , ,?lEWS. itlesses. 801I nIR. ARMSTRONG, not aviridg .I' recovered, from his lanto Accidorti??vlll'detfer his Sales until further Notico, 800U CO1VIMFORT &a...
LOCAL. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 January 1840
LOCAL. ST. MARY'S. CA.TIEDRA.L.--?n COnD sequonce of tihe refusal of the Legislative Council to. entertain the petition of the Catholics. for a grant of £500, for the paynºant of the erection of the galleries. recently completed in St. Mary.'s. Cathe clral, for the nmilitary and the prisoners,. notwithstanding the recent illegal grants to churches which have noecongregatioris,. the committee have determined again to appeal to the liberality of. the publio: This appeal, we are snure,.will not beomado in vain. Lt is, also proposed' to have shortly a High Mass and. an Oratorio, in aid of. the funds. We are promised fur thor partioulars, and shall have great pleasure isn giving our aid to so worthy an. objecot. T''Yraus. I EERt.--To are happy to announce, that the reports from the qpa rantine grounds yesterday, are of a most favourable nature. There are no new. cases, very few remain in the hospital, and the convalescent are rapidly gaining strength. T'he ship, it is expected, will be r...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 January 1840
ý4Jiy pmtg fttelltguenc. ARRtIVALS. Jan. 9.-Tho American ship Ceylon, Captain WVindsor, from Bostun tho 10th August. 13.-Thue hbrque Robert lnddcrson. 3(i8 tous, Ca:ptuin Mc'FLarniau, tro1" Liverpool tllo 24ith of August, with umrchandise. aIsseuger, Mlr. Robert 3ennuet. 13.-The brig Scamntandcr, Calpt. IlRogers, froi the Solth Sea Fishery, having sailed fron this port on tie 10th of April 1838, with 710 balrcls of sperm oil. DEPA RTItRES. Jan. 10.-Tho ship Mary, Captain Mlacauley, for Bumbay, in ballast. PVssegures--E. Walker, Esq., and lady. 11.-1The schooner Fair ]ntrbadian, Captain Ie3unett, for New Zeal?and, with sundlries. Pas songers-Dr. lricks and servant, Mr. Ellison and servant, AMr. E'vans, lir. Smith, AMr. Filf', and nineteen iu the steerage.
Sydney Market, January 13, 1810. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 14 January 1840
,pIleity £*Kalvtett, January 13, 1810. --)4BM- FLova.-Fine, 3Gs. to 40s.; seconds, 30s. to 35s.; ration, 18s. to 30s. Bread, ?d. to 8d. per 'lb. loaf. Wheat, Colonial, 12s. to 12s. 6d. per bushel. Bran, per bushel, 2s. to 2s. Gd. Maize, per bushel, 8s. to 8s. Gd. Barley, per ditto, Os. to Os.; Oats, per bushel, 8s. to 9s. VEGErAiLES. - Potatoes, ]Os. to Il. per cwt.; cabbages, 2d. to Is. cach; carruts, 4d. per bunch: turnips, 4d. per bunch; lettuces 2d Cucumbers, 2d. to 1.. each. lýltulT-Oranges, 3s. d. a dozen; lemons, Is. Gd. to 2s. per dozen; apricots, Is to 2s. Gd. per dozen Peaches Is. to ýs. per dozen ; figs 2s. ld. to 3s. per dozen. PouLTItV.--Turkeys, :5s to II. each; eggs 2s. Gd to 3s. per dozen; lard, Is. 3d. per lb. ; bacon, Is. to Is. 4d.ditto. B1uTTrx-LFresh 3s.; salt 2s. Irish Is. to Is. 4d. per ditto; cheese Is. to Is. 8d. per lb. BuTcHaL's bMHAT.--leef, per carcaso per lb. 4lid.; do. per joint 5d. to 35d.; mutton, per car. Dase, per lb., 49d. to d. ; do, per joint 5d...