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CHRISTMAS FESTIVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846

CHRISTMA.S FESTIVITIES. IN every age since the birth of Christ, and in cvery country where his name and law are revered, the time of Christmas has been. a season of festivity and rejoicing, but as this festivity- and rejoicing should partake more of a spiritual than of a sensual charac ter, we beg to remind our readers aL this gladsomo season,' that they should "rejoice according. to sobriety ;" and that the reli glous;solomnities of this holy season should .e-charsieterie?t-by?4nnocstct--festivity, and not become an occasion of excess or intenm perancecof any sort. We are far, however, from discountenancing innocent and Chris tian relaxation of mind and body, for God. is.pleased with a cheerful worshipper. As, however, the time of Ciiistmas is too often a time of drunkenness and dissipation, and a time when too many are tempted by false friends. to violate their Total Abstinence' pledge, we have published for their instruc tion an admirable little production -entitied the " Tcetota...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846

ENGLISH NEWS. BY the arrival of the 1Yalnmer Castle ,o have English news one day later than our previous accounts; but we do not perceive anything of importance. The great thun der storm on the first of August appears to have extended nearly all over the country, and to have been productive of very serious results in many places. A few of the most interesting extracts will be found in our columns of to-day .

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Sydney Markets. [CORRECTED UP TO LAST EVENING.] FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846

Sydney mar1kets. -0 rCOOItnlCTID OP TO LAST RvWRlmNOC.J FLOUIR. WIIeA'l', 3w. £e.d. ,.C. .d. RLuai(Llnc),, B 1 ...", "... 0 1 0 to, 0,13 0 Ditto(seooutk), ditto .. ." 0 0 .. 0 0 03 Ditto (ration). ditto .... .... 0 (3) ... 0 I) 0 10d, o1lb oot. ' .... .. 0 0. *. 0 0 3 Hisl to(title), 4) nat. .... 011 '3 .. 0 0 0 Ditto (second), ditto .. .. I) " 0 0 . 0.12, 0 Huy, 3) ton .. ».. .. 3 tot *. 3 0 0 131)1 (nalil), 1' 0 ." .. 0 8 0 .. u 5 3 W'b.,itHltruw, t4 ot. ..." ... 0 2 0 .0 4 0 FoQ~lder,3Cl0 i..L" .... »... .» 0 0 7 .0 8a0 . ) llrddrg~, pcl.Iin.. loot .' 13 1' 43 0 0· 0 W).crc, Uotoniu1, 0 Oo'bctl ",. 1 .3 0 .. 0 4 0 .Burleditto ... ..." . 0 0 , 3 '. 00 Ditto, tape, ditto . . 0 I) 4) .., 0 33 U 3atIsdirbUubrI (nA lel30"lo) ..." 4 U *. 0.0. 0 Ditto, Itoin Irctuii). ... (3 33 ..i 0 0 3 MPiccdiUo(wh3:;otoo ..... ."0 2· 0 ." U 3 0 Ditto, duhl tujil) .. 3 * .. _3 0 Hrat, 4) buellpl ....., .... .» 1 3 "* l1 0, 0"q ..... 'C, . 133 3C AT. M3>0 Heel; currfs,31cr 3 " 0 0, (. 0, Uitto,)rr j...

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Original Correspondence To the Editor of the Sydney Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846

7b the~Editor of theSj/dney Chronicle. SSta,- The Editors of the lerald, for reasons un *xplained, having declined to Insert the following letter, will you allow me to trespass on your kind •neas byrequesting the favour of Its publicity through the medium of your journal. . -remain, sir, your obedient servant, D. J. TIERNEY. .21, Pitt-street, 24th Dec.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846

NOTICE. M .R."Ti. ' JONES has been appointed Colector for Ihis Journal, and will give Receipts bearing-the signature of the Undersigned. M. D'ARCY. Chronicke.Officce, Dec. 18, 1840.

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CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846

CHAPTER VIII. . " Wine is luxurious and. drunkenness is riotous: iind liosoever is ddligited therewith is not wise."- iPrOivxr. 1. S. At? thlee iany parth of the Neiw ''e lambht, ftither, in vlhich drtnike~innss Is condemniettil F. Many, i?ny iotf. I will'iea.d tome of .the.mi or.you. " Taike.heed to yoursedves,' -says .our Savi'our, "lest your. hearts be overcharged. with surfeitihg: aid drunkeh i nesst and that day come upon you shd-: lelily.-- "Luke '. 21. St. Paul tells us that "'.Drulkards shall not possess the kingdom of God."-- 'Cor. vi., 10, andi -Gal. v., 190. S ; I wonder, 'fiaher, how any oneo can 'be so foolislt as to give up their right'to the :kingdom of .heaven, where. there is ever-1 lasting happiness, in exchange for the mo-' mentary pleasure they niy.dek4ive from any intooxicating beverage. F. It is indeed, my ,son, a cause of wonder .to behold a man possessed of human reason; and conscious of his high dignity as a c hild of God, becoming a slave to his owh. basean...

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CHAPTER VII. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846

'CHAPTER VII. ,' The drunkard and the glutton shall lcome to poverty."-Prov. xxiii,, 21. 8. Well, father, I would wish very much to learn "what are the parts of the BJible that condemn the use of intoxicating drinks, or recommend total .abstinence, '.in order that when any one who is fond of them, again speaks to me concerning their use, I may be able to correct him by a good advice. " F. I.am most happy to comply with your wish, my eon, as well for your own benefit as that' of others to. whom you may speak. '8. I thank you, father. F. We read in the Book of Proverbs, chapter.23 :-" Who hath we? whose father hath weo? who hath ,contentions .- who falleth -into pits? who hath wounds without cause? who hath.redness of eyes? Surely they that pass their 'time in w ine, and study to drink of their cups. Look not upon the wine when .iti yellow, when the colour thereof shineth in the glass. it goeth in pleasantly, but in the end it will bite like a snake, ani will qpread poison haroad like...

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ROME. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846

ROME. (From the Tablet, July 25.) Tll latest date from Rome is the 11th, and one of he most interesting pictures of the new Pontifieate is to be fosund in the following letter of the 11th, in Ibe Uelers:. "1I werite to you under the impression of a general y, whic jygnu wiill no doubt share in, as well as al' the good Catholics of France. Few days have passed since Pius IX. first occupied the chair of St. Peter, and already all hearts are his. You know that the Romans, perhaps the most independent of all people, ire never in haste to give their affection to those who govern them. The mistake which had led to the tlief in the election of a very popular candidate might also have proved very serinius to any other tan to him whom thie H!oly Ghost has chosen. flut he virtues of the new 'Pontiff, whlich made him riumph from the first day over a moment of popular asitation, render him at present the object of uni venal admiration and enthusiasm. The course of btfe consecrated to piety, jls...

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Maitland. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846

-o (From the 1MatlZand Mlercur.) NEWCASTLE. Tcs NEW CUSTOM IJOUSE.-We hear that the Government have at length finally agreed with A. WV. Scott, Esq., to rent the capacious dwelling house erected by that gentleman, nearly adjoining the public wharf, as a custom house, at a yearly rental of £150. 'In addition to the rent, the Go vernment have also agreed to pay one half the ex pense of the alterations they may require in the building. Workmen are already employed in em belllishlng the front entrance of the new Government THE TowIN.-uThu town of NcwcaItle at prerlit affords a most lively spectacle to the Ce?aul hr'rivil being filled with persons who, taking advantage of the season, have resorted thither for the sake of sea bathing. In the morning, on the arrival of the steamer, the quay is thronged with on lookers, and in the evening, when the refreshing breeze sets in, the breakwater connecting Nobby's Island with the main is the resort of numbers seeking the influence of the fresh ai...

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WHAT WILL BE DONE WITH IRELAND ? [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846

WHAT WILl, IUE DONE WITHI IRELAND? :(From? Dov?las Jerrold's NewspoFer, Jt'y 25 , At the very moment when Sir Robert I'el- had achieved the triumph of. industrial emancipation, and the gratitude of commerce was raising. subscrip tions to erect a statue in his honor,. Ireland e.'cpelhd him from office. He commiited the fatal misi.tke of estimating humanity at a lower rate than manufac tures, and of being unjust to man while he was' generous to his productions. While he struck fetters off trade, lie sought to rivet them on a nation, in the one hand displaying the charter of commercial freedom, with the other striking down the paramount principle of political liberty. He has paid the penalty of his crime against eight millions of his fellow subjects, and the nature of his punishment.is a warning to future statesmen, that Ireland is no longer to be ruled by coercion. That the sister country has a right to-be placed on terms of perfect eqilality with Great Britain, by virtue of the. unli...

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WEDNESDAY, DEC. 23. Before his Honor Mr. Justice Therry and a jury of four. WILKIE V. BYRNES AND ANOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846

WEDNESDAY, DEC. 23. Beflore his Honor Mr. Justice Therry and a jury of foexr. WILKIE V. SYRNES AND ANOTHER. This was an action of special assumpsit, in. which Georgo Wilkle was the plaintiff, and Messrs James and William Byrnes the defendants. Tho declara tion set forth an alleged contract by which the plain tiff undertook to bake a quantity of biscuit for the defendants, and under which he used 34,000 lbs. of second flour, for which an equal quantity of the same flour was to be returned within a reasgenhhle time by the defendants. The declaration thei went on to allege a breach of this condition by .a failure to deliver the flour within duo time. To this the de fendants had pleaded-first, the general issue, and secondly, that they had always been ready to perform the contract, &c. Messrs. Foster and Michie appeared for the plain tiff, and Mr. Broadhurst appeared for the de fendants The jiry returned a verdict for the defendlants on the material issues. The Court then adjour...

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Supreme Court. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22. CIVIL JURISDICTION. Before his Honor the Chief Justice and a jury of four. SALMON V. LE SOEUF AND ANOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846

I tupremt oiro lt. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22. CIVIL JURISDICTION. lejfore Air Honor the Chief Justice and a fjry of four. SALMON V. L.c BOEU AND ANOTHrla. This was an action by the indorsee of a promissory -note for 2001. against the makers, and the declara tion set forth an indorsement by Ronald John Mac "donnell, averring him to be the person in whose favour the note was made, although in the note itself hi3s lame was spelt R. J. Macdonald. There were several pleas on the record, as to the want of con sideration; ,but before the case had been long pre caeded with, leave was applied for and obtained to amend the ,declaration, by simply averring the in dorsement by R. J. Macdonnell. Leave was also granted for the defendant to plead do nova, and the case was postponed for that purpose until next Nisi Prius Sittings, and the jury discharged from the duty of giving a verdict. Counsel for the *plaintiff, Mr. 'Holroyd; for the defendant, Mr. Broadhurst. BMITII V. YOWLER. This. was an action '...

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THE TEETOTALLER'S CATECHISM, CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846

TIIy '' IEETTAYLW CA TECBI SM, *I3 ;r13B ai3y. ,u .sLLI., 0.CO. CHIAPrER I. "For all you ire aie gchli aro of light, and -children of theZ.lay : we ,are,nod of the night nor of dazkness: ,thereforo let us not Bleep as others do 2 'lutlet us watch and-be sober. For they that sleep, sleep in .the' night; and:they that are dutuhk, are drunk in' the night. But let us, who eae of the day, -te"sober, lavingln' the breast-plate of faith and carity, and for ielmet, the ?hop of salvation. .1. Thess.v. 5, 6, 7,.8. So .iFather, I would wish to kno.y .whht is meany thj e wor4 Teebotallism. Fater,.I 11will most cheerfully inform you, my child, I am a teetotaller myself, -and the reason Isam s0 called is, because I drink no intoxicating fiq`uors. Teetotal 1ism, thein, eans an entir abstinene from the use of all drinks calculated to cause ldrunkenness. S. Arid, father, how long Is teetotallism :in the world, for al I know are not called Teetotnllere, ;nor ldo they all abstqin from drinks that nmak...

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INSOLVENCY JURISDICTION. Before his Honor Mr. Justice Dickinson. PLANS OF DISTRIBUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846

INSOLVENCY JURISDICTION. Before Iis Honor Mr. Justice Dwicknsoun. PLANS OP DIsBTlIBUTION. Plans of distribution were made In the following estates :-Richard Dawson, a final divided of 2.}. In the pound. John Thoem, a dividend of cl?.in the pound. SMuniao v. M.DONALD . This was an application calling on the insolvent to show cause why an order should not be made for his imprisonment, unless he contributed something from his income towards the payment of the appil-. cant's debt. The. Chief Commissioner having re ported upon the facts,the insolvent was ordered to pay twelve shillings a Week, or in default to be imprisoned.

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CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846

w- ", 'CHIAPTER IV. "w 0ho-tight is passed;ana the dayis at hand. Let us. therefore, cast off the works of darkness, and put on the armour of light. Let us walk ho nestly'as In the day, not inaloting and drunken ncss.-Robiane dili.; 12, 13. ' FInorder, many son, to understand fully the great evil' of druiiliciness and the great good of temperance I m'ust first call to'your mind the.grand end for'whieh God created us.' . S,'Iwill listen most attentively, father. F. Well then, my thild, when it pleased Almighty God to call man -into existence, He said--'' Let us make man, to our own iniage and -likeness."-Gen. 1 c. Yoursee here, at once the high degree to which God. was pleased to elevate us in the very momcent:ofouri creation. -Now, in order that you ,may the more fully understand thodignity of.your being, I must introduce a comparison between you and the other works .of the icreation,' .Is not the -sun a very grand thing, and what can be com pared:'to'it . " '. Nothing,'father, unle...

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CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846

" Kiowayoiu ,not thatthey that:run in the race, all.run indeed, but'one receiveth the prizoP So run that you may obtain. And every.one that striveth for the manstery,; refraineth himself from all.things; and they indeed that-they tnay receive a corruptible crown, but we .an Incorruptible one."-1 Corinth. ix., 2025' ' '2 8. Will you inform me, father, what is drunkenness, for I was never drunkl F. Ood grant, ,my dear child, you never may know what it is, by expcricnce, in your own person. Drunkenness is a derange ment 6f tie noble faculities of our soul pro duced by ,the use of certtin liquors, such as whiskey, wine, -beer, porter, dotible'X, &c., :&c. When a person drinks of those liquors to excess-and for asome persons a very small qiantity is an excess-he loses the right use of hes-senses, he begins to stagger about, to talk foolishly, and oftentimes very wickedly, :he swears and blasphemes, quarrels with his neighbour, and, as has been -often the ,case, commits th...

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CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846

CHAPTER: V. " But if. that avil.ecrant shall say.in his hacrt: My Lord is longaco; arid~sliah!cghh;6 Btriko his ffllow~servantbi and `sitlf 1fp .an4:drliF suit drunkards ; i'he Lor of that servant shall come in a dayufliaThLc ]wupcd. udt, aid at an hour athat ie kIii*, eth not. And shall separate him, and appoint his portion with the hypocrites; there shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth."'-t. hMatt. xxv.,48, 49, 50, 51ti S. 1 3ut, Fither,'are hot Wtine hand spiritd and .the otiher drinks .that intoxicate man, ,ti ..creature oft God, and ,madelfor our use i and beneft f i F. True, my son, the grape, the hops, abd thei -other thing frobn which aleohol is, xtnaetted ke'the bek atureh'of God, but I hn sure lthat they werc hot all mado with tl!eir. present quality'for man's use and benefit ,unless when used medicinally. You know that water ?as made for our use and benefit, so was fire, so weai "light, yet see 'how often these things aie .nhade, by inanihinself, the; cause of 'his ruin...

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Select Poetry. THE EXILE'S FAREWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846

IRHE F. S 'VASE LL. Now, farethee swell,Amy own Green lsle 1 .ijAnd farye well, mykind friends all ! y'our scenes,:my ,land-my friends,,your emile Sall Memory oftrecall.. In lle=-o'ekl the 5tft'dn eea struand SFor wetr'j, Weary yearsI . strycd : Retutrned-a strainger--to the land Wlhere clilhoodplayol. .gain lesaw the scenes whence first .Good.Nature'a worship deep idrew - Ylhere Fancy's early dreams were nurst When Life waeaae*. The scenes 1 vlewved,lolB6yhood dear; And still they bloomed'-yet unto me 4A gloom lay o'serthem, dark and drear, Of ;Memery ~For 'neath that rich tnd vetdant sod .Afather'a sacred relies, were . And.yet another:slept with:God, , Young, fond, and?(air. .And , as I have anid, alone rAnd)oney trod mynatlve earth, And tdoiiught ofohappy,dayaJong flown Of love and inir?-i .Ah, me! 'tis grievous;thustoroam No sorrow can ivith" his comparo -Who on his own soil finds nor home Nor welcome there ! 'But ?bt ii Erin of the streams Ohi;.ot inn tnyowh genial isle,, -C'o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846

UPHOLSTE UERS,, "AND CABINET - MAKERS, C CAN bo supplied with Satin Hair Sent Slg of all widths, from 16 to 30 inch. Also, SOFA-AND CHAIR WEBB, eToghelier:,withi a lfrge assortment:. of Gymps, ' fringes; Tassels and other Trimmings;. MOROCCO LEATIHER AND ROANS, AT A. LENEHIIAN'S :Upholstery and Floor-cloth \Vare-rooms, :271, Castlereagh-street. 3940 ONJ SALE, at the Stores of the Under "J""digned.- 30 Tons stove-dried fine Liverpool salt, at £4 10s. p6r tonj bags includedl '0. Tlons'coarse ,Liverpool salt, at £3, 10s. per ton' bag included ... 15 Tons iock salt, largo lumps, at £3 10s. per. *' "to '." ; ' 10 Cw:t. refined saltpetre. , '- .ROBERT COVENY, 3008 . - 102, Market-street. , LANCASHIRE HiMs, ' 0 I.INE flavoured Lancashire Hanis, Son oal at hlle Storen of ROBERT COVENY, 3097 102, hlMrkct-strect. S OFFICES TO LET. : `T O LET, in King-street -Eat, withlia l one minute's walk of .tleo Supreme 'Court, Ofices suitaibl for a Barrister or Attorney. 'Apply at 133,? Kin'-treet East. ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 26 December 1846

'bIppluIg 1.E?nelIgriri.,, . :, -.0- ARRIVALB. December 22.---elle, American bariue, 320 tons, Captain Andy, from the Whaling . Grounds, having left. Fairhaven December 10, 1845. 23.--Martha and Eli:abeti, schooner, 81 tons, Captain Simpson, from the South Sea Islands' tile o0th instant. Passengers--Mr., Tucker, and Mr. J. S?ale, .. 23.--lValmer Castle, (post oflce packet,) 050 Lons, Captain Thorne, from London, having left the! Downs September 5th. Passengers-Mr. and Mri. 'MIKenzie, lrs. +Addams, Mr. and Mrs: Nixon, Mi 'Btitted, Mr and' rs. M'Cruly; Lieutenant' Johnston;Micssrs. Jo. Caoles,-Hibbert -Webb, Potter Want, M. L. Mawley, J. Mawley, Henry Isaacs, Ieather, and Dr. Clay, Surgeon Superintendent. S.23.-r aterliy, schooner, "155 tons,,Captain Pockley, from Hobart Town the 16th instant. Pas sengers-Mr. and Mrs. Dumas and child, Mr. anl' )Irs. Sewell, Mrs. Mason and daughter, Miss H1am mond,.:Mr. .. Bates, a.constable, and a prisoner of the crown. , 23.- Panderer, schooner, 131 ...

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