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ST. PATRICK'S TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 January 1847

ST. PATRICK'S TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY. On Monday evening last, one of the largest and most cheerful meetings of the above society was held in their splendid hall on Church Hill. This was the first -tea party given since the completion of the improvements, and extension of the hall which have been in progress for some time. This splendid room, 100 feet long by 36 wide, well ventilated, and Well lighted a ith gas, is very creditable to the per severing exertions of the members of St. Patrick's Total Abstinence Society. The Rev. President and the Rev. Dr. Backhouse addressed the meeting, in a happy and animated style, on the blessings of temperance, and the miseries both of mind and body that naturally result from the use of all intoxicating drinks. The meeting was also enlivened by some excellent songs, but those by Mr. Brannigan kept the whole audience in roars of laughter. The excel lent band of the society, as usual, played several animating and patriotic tunes, among which the Ra...

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REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 January 1847

REVIEW. (From the Tablet.) The Speeches of the Right Hon. John Philpot Curran. Complete and Correct Edition, Editedl with Memoir and Historical Notices, by Thomas Davis, Esq., M.R.I.A., Barrister at Law. Dub* lin : Dufly. 1846. The Select Speeches of the Right Hon. Henry Grattan-to which is added his Letter on the Union, with a Commentary on his Career and Character, by Daniel Owen Madden, Esq. of the Inner Temple. Dublin : Duffy. 184R " Te Speeches of the Right D lon. Richard Eiylor Shcil .1.P., with a Memoir, &c., Edited by T. MacNcvin, -Esti., Barrister at Law. Dublin Duffy. 1840. This library of Irish eloquence is remarkable In many respects. The first volume on our list is the -fullest collection yet formed of the speeches of Mr. Curran, Forensic and Parliamentary; and while the illusttrative matter is extremely;ample, the mind of the reader is especially assisted by an account •of the state of politics ait the period of'each speech, a history of the question, and an ou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 January 1847

AGENTS FOR THE CHRONICLE, GouLnuN-pia. COARNtY. Bszuur&.-Ma. B. MI'MAUoN. PAEaao.N-Ma. J. O'SULLIVAN. PAIaAIATTA Mh.. P. CARDIFF. PORT PHILLIP -Ma. J. -BULLEN. VOLLONOONG-Ma. THiOeAS FoWaEa. BATHUUST-Ma. T. JONES. QUEANIIEYAZ-MR. J. 3..Waxoirr... -. MAITLAND-Ma. T. MAHONY.. - CAMI'3ELLrOWN, &c.-Ma. M'ALISrBr . . WINDSoR--MR. JAMES CASSIDY.. .. - - PENRITIi-Ma. JAMES M'CARTUV. - . JEREY'S PLAINS-MR. J. J. HARPUa. *BuzwoNxA-Ma. EDWARD Hurnts. - ADELAIDE-MR. JOHN NOWLAND.. YAts--Ma. -C. RouanE. * GEELNOM-MaI. JOHN MURPHY 'CLARBEScE TOWN AND) DUNOOG -Ma. DENia TIERNLY. Pubished in the Uniicd KinIdoiiol 8y Ma: JONES, (3, PAT aavoasTEna-aow, "LiundoN. Ma. WV. J. BA';TEaSBE, 10, Essni-uall-au,PAAe LIAMiUr-STRBITw, DwSIfr. IPrintd for the Proprietor by EDWAILD JOKiN HAWKS'gB LEY, of pItrr.d ion thbs County-of Comberlerdd, od pub. liebed by'btim oat ti OromcL. OWe., No. 190, 9J Ig.strff Fast, Sydoey, Neu tcuth Waeiu.-Wcdnflday, Jan sr76, I F47,

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 January 1847

Carcoar, on the 10th December, 1844Sd-redheifer, horned; white bhek and liolly, somewlhitespotsatbout the legs,:branded like JC oricapitil N near rilwand near thigh ; dark browri heifer,:hornedi, WB nb=the near rump andl thigh; red and white spotted ball, streak of while on face, KB on off ribs; damagei £5.; yellow 'working bullock, -strawberry codlour about the'neck, liead,-shoulders, and belly, a' straw berry streak down .the :near -thigh, OK on near rump, and two letters under not legible, 1? ,on `off rump. Also, -on !the :lth .December--white 'bull, strawberry neck, AL on off ribs and near rump.i-f not claimed and released before 21st January, will be sold. . . s. td. Red Post Hill, Falbrook, on.the 17th =December, 1846-yellow poley cow, JM1 on ribasmilking side,e yellow bull calf by her side, ~tubranded, 6 months old; red steer, JB on off rump, .blotched ibrand ;on ribs ; white strawberry cow, M on lshoulder miklng side; brindle and white spotted:beast,diamond band near shoulde...

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THE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1847. DISSOLUTION OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 January 1847

'TILE SYDNEY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDA Y, JANUARY .6, 1847. .DISSOLUTION OF THE LEGISLA TIVE COUNCIL. 'CoNsxsTrNTLY with our uniform denuncia 'tion of turbulence, and our objections to unnecessary agitation, as mischievous in its immediate operation on the cause for the furtherance of which it has been professedly .raised, and highly demoralizing in its more remote consequences ; we. always rejoice to find the middle, the most virtuous class of our Colonial society, devoting their time and their talent'to the quiet pursuits of in dustry, and the improvement of.their con dition in every thing that constitutes social .and domestic happiness, avoiding the.folly and the danger .of being -seduced -or pro yvoked 'to take any share in party political squabbles, or intrigues. In thus feeling and saying, we are con scious of being at the same time delicately :susceptible of every emotion belonging to :genuine loyalty, true patriotism, and en lightened philanthropy. We 'yield to every impulse that ...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 January 1847

-0 VALLEY OF DEATII.-A real valley of death exists in Java; it is termed the Valley of Poison, and is filled to a considerable height with carbonic acid gas, which is exhaled from crevices in the ground. If a man or any animal enter it, he cannot-return; and he is not sensible of his danger until he feels himself sinking under the poisonous influence of the atmos phere which surrounds him, the carbonic acid of which it chiefly consists rising to the height of eighteen feet from the bottom of the valley. Birds which fly into this atmosphere drop down dead ; and a living fowl thrown into it dies before itreaches the bottom, which is strewedt with the carcases of various animals that have perished in the deleterious gas.-- Dr. Thompson's Maoic and Mliracles. TOrAL EOLsPSE.-Thucidides relates that a solar eclipse happened on a summer's day., in the after noon, in the first year of thie Peloponnesian war, so great that the stars appeared. Clavius, who observed the total eclipse of the su...

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LOCAL LEGISLATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 January 1847

LOCAL LEGISLATION. a (From the Tablet.) i We ventured last week, in making some remarks t on an article in the Oxford and Cambridge Review, c while we did justice to the good intentions of the writer on behalf of the poorer classes of society, to v express an opinion that his list of -remedies for the p disorders of their condition was somewhat scanty. s Possibly it was the Reviewer's developement of Iris b owHi thoughts that was scanty rather than the p thoughts themselves; but, even so, we shall per- i: hap'be doing service to the cause he so sealously a advocates if we explain a little more fully the nature of our objection. One branch of the ameliorations proposed by the r Reviewer is thus expressed :--" An eflective code of a building, draining and ventilating legislation, not only for large towns but also for rural villages." We confess that this anticipated code somewhat t frightens us. I A code? And who is to be the legislator. Of a course, the .Imperial Parliament. Poor Imp...

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THE BOYNE RIVER. (Concluded from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 January 1847

Tll. 'BORNE RIVEIR. (Concluded from our last.) 19th;-We crossed to the left bank, and entered uoion bolder country than any we hadl.heretofore passed over since descending from thegreat Brisbane range. Tihe stock of the country was trap, the ground. sound and well covered with grass, the forest very open. As we advanced the features became still more strongly marked, being hilly and broken, the creek lying in a deep rocky bed with :precipitous banks on one side, and small flats and ,patches of alluvial brush opposite, assumed the character of an important river. Immediately below the confluence of a small tributary from the south west, the ground broke into deep and, in some cases, -precipitous.gullies, which we were obliged to head -in order to keepthe left bank of the river, the ground -on the other side appearing ,to present greater obstacles. .In effecting this movement we were led a con -aiderablp distance from Lithe bed of the river. To - regain our line we passed though a tra...

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ST. PATRICK'S SOCIETY AND THE SOCIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE FAITH. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 January 1847

ST. PATRICK'S SOCIETY AND TIHE SO CIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE FAITH. On Sunday evening last, the usual meetings of the above societies were held in St. Patrick's Hall, the Rev. Dean M'Encroe in the chair. The Rev. CHAIRMAN, in opening the business of St. "Patrick's Society, said that he was happy to find so numerous an assemblage of the friends of St. Patrick as the meeting then presented; that it augured well for the commencement of a happy new year, and for the funds of St. Patrick's Society. He was glad to inform the meeting, that it was ex pected that three of the new windows would be put in during the course of the ensuing week, and that was a good step towards the securing and comple tion of the church. Their constant and unceasing contributions to the funds of the society, proved that charity never faileth, and he was satisfied that the Author of all good gifts would in his own good time repay with a hundred fold the generous bene factors to that sacred edifice. The subs...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 January 1847

PROPOSEDa PREvaNrivE OF THE POTATO Dts EAss.-The following letter has been'addressed b} the Count Fane de Salis to the imerick Jeporter: -" Hillinsdown-place, August 20th, 1846.,- Dear Sir-I beg to forward to you the enclosed extract from a Swiss newspaper, describing a remedy against the potato rot, which has been successfully tried in Switzerland.-Yours very sincerely, Count FANS DE SALIs.- J. R. Brown, Esq." Translar tion.-" We said, some time since, concerning the potatoedisease, that by digging or stirring the earth with mattocks, the disease of the tubers disappeared. Recent reports declare that agriculturists who lhave had recourse to that means, as simple..a it, is easy, find themselves served by it; tlohir.pofatoes hav? become sound, and the fields which are not yet attacked by it are preserved from the disease. There are some writers, on husbandry :who would cut the stalk before stirring the earth. It is supposed-that thii mode of treatment is still better; the potatoes, n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 January 1847

"Th ydney Chroniclet' is published twice a week, on ednesda and Saturday; and is exteasiely circulated throughout New Sou Vales, Van Dleiens Laud, South Australia, New Zealand, and India; and in England, Scotnd, and !Ireland.- Th Quaiers end on the 31st Marc discontinue or alter advartsements must be r sent i hich befre riods onsy stuhbcis fc decline receiriny it, after paying the amnount duec.-dertisers should mnrk on each advertisement the numbetr of insertions required; oth erwisere tearise continue ilt countrnanded. Orders to disconinue or alter advetrisements must be:sent n beifore sx o C toc e on the evns+s of Tuesdtuy and irida,; but ,aew advertisements are receivedti . tl si o'clockon lhe evening beforepublicauion.- instructions must be given in writing, and all cletters p ?ald .. .. . • , ? ? - ? = ?• ..•. .... ,... I·· ? ~ r?a-,??Z ~ c?o~ tecv /loeo'.u~za-n?- i str cin 'utb lio : w ii n aZ(.e otl?i . . . ... . . .. NO YICE. P11tE SUIiSCIRIBERS to this :Paper, S "sand the P...

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British Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 January 1847

rttfse Eifitracts., S"'- -,-0-- CoNvansION8,-Four gentlemen have lately left the Establishment and entered into the Catholic Church; they were member's of Mr. Scot's congre gation of :Hoxton. There are besides these many other converts (from tie Establishment, and other kindred bodies of Protestants) in Islington, who have entered into the one fold of Jesus Christ. [CWe insert the above, although our correspondent Is anonymous, which greatly lessens the value of his communication.- Tablet. Mr. Newman is about to pay a long visit to Rome, with the view of completing his preparation for the priesthood.-MAlorning Post. SECEssION FROM TIIB CIIUaCIs.-Dr. Duke, of Hastings, with his lady and all the members of his family, has, during the last few days, conformed to the RomarnCatholic Church.-lbid. STEAM PownE.-Abovo one- hundred thousand men were employed for twenty years in erecting the great Pyramid of Egypt. From a computation of M. Dupin, it appears that the steam engines of England w...

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MILITARY FLOGGING. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 January 1847

MILITARY FLOGGING. (From the South Australian Refitster.) ' The questioh of floggizgm in the navy without court-martial is beginning. to attract attention. The service, on account of.that practise, is growitng daily more unpopular. Military flogging is exciting the most intense in terest. Not only. has Colonel Whyte of the 7th IHussars, just had a poor fellow flogged to death for striking a sergeant, but it came out.at the inquest that the most brutal lacerations are frequently in flicted by him, and sometimes for offences so trivial as not to deserve the name. He has chosen also the most powerful men to wield the cat, that the torture may be the more dreadful. The Coroner's jury ex pressed the deepest disgust at the system of flogging in the army ; but at the same time found that the revolting torture was in this case legally inflicted, and that the death of the victim was its result.. The numberof lashes was one hundred and fifty. The question has been. brought before .Parliament ...

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STRANGE, BUT TRUE. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 January 1847

STRANGE, BUT TRUE. (From the i'ottinglham Review,Aug. 21.) The capacity of Englishmen is reallyastonishlng ; they can perform the most wonderful achievements, reconcile, by. some means or other, the most palpable contradictions, sanction the most questionable morality, without casting, any recognised slur on their reputation for virtue; play the part of sinners, and yet get credit for being saints. England is a wonderful country, the English are a wonderful race. Of that we maintain there can be no doubt. We are assured of the fact ourselves, and other nations are assured of it too, on whose shores we have landed bibles and gunpowder, missionaries and soldiers; or whose children we' have initiated both Into the mysteries of our vices, our civilization, and our theology. England is a Christian country: who dares question the truth of this assertion, even for a moment P Why, she pays millions annually to demonstrate it. She ordains priests, hangmen, and military farriers'ttflabour in ...

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CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 January 1847

CITY COUNCIL. A meeting of the Council of-- the City of Sydney will be holden at the Town Ipall on Monday next the 11th inst., at three o'clock in the afternoon. ORDERS OF TIE DAY. 1. To receive Reports from Committees. 2. To receive Memorials and Petitions. 3. To read correspondence. 4. Notices of Motion. 1. By Councillor Egan That a Special Committee be appointed for the purpose of preparing a Petition to Her Majesty and both Houses of Parliament against a recurrence of transportation to this Colony, and that it be trans mitted through His Excellency the Governor. 2. By Alderman Thurlow That whereas a number of the Members of this Council (and amongst them the Right Worshipful the Mayor) met and assembled together in the Town Hall on the 21st day of Demember, 1846, and as. sumed their meeting to be a legally appointed meet ing of this Council, and to act as such (the said Mayor being in the chair), and after the said meet ing or assembly had assumed to transact various business ap...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 6 January 1847

JUST LANDED, Ex "ST. GEORGE,"   AND FOR SALE DY THE UNDERSIGNED, SHEET LEAD, in excellent condition,     3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 lbs. THOMAS WOOLLEY, 430, George-street. Iron Yard, King-street. 4096 ---------- L I S T of New Subscriptions for St. Patrick's Church, Sunday Evening,January 3, 1847 r £ s.,d. Rev. Dean M'Encroa ........ 0 5 0 J. C. Sumner ...... 0 5 0 Mr. Thomas Devany ........ 0 5 0 Patrick Hinchy ........ 3 6 John Hart ....... O 4 0 Timothy Shaughnessy ........ 0 2 6 Hogan ........ 2, 6.. Thomas Wyld .....0... 10 0 Charles M'Mallon 0 '5 0 Thomas Fitzgerald ....... O 2 6 Conroy ........ 0 2 6 John Duaiy ........ 0 1 0 Michael Murphy ........ 0 1 I0 Patrick Ford ........ 0 I 0 Patrick O'Neil ....... 0 5 0 Owen Hickey ...0... 0 1 0 John M'Grathi ........ 0 1 0 John Burton 0....... 0 5 0 Patrick Burns .. ....... 2 0 Master Coyle ........, 0 2 0 Patrick Hlinchy ....... 0 1 0 A Widow's Mite ........ 0 2 6 Mrs. Lynch ........ O 10 0 Connor ......

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 January 1847

AGENTS F01; THlE CHRtONIcXr"., Gaux.auan.-Ma. CAaNBT. BuaaIuzM I M. B. M!MAaON. PATrasoN-Ma. J. O'SU~iaIVA PAnRaAMATA -Ma. P. CARDIFF. PORT PBU.LIP -Ma..3Bps{ ;;. BUL " ai¶. WOLLONOONO--Ma. TuoxAs Fownap. ' BAmUR~sT-."Ma. T. JOrNES. QUMANBRTAN-MR. J. J.,Waiauir.. MAITLAND-Ma. T. MAHoNI. CAMPnX LLTOWN, &ke. Ma. M'AaISrsu. WVuwaoa-Ma. JAnua CAtSSID. PawaRrn-Ma. J AMSt M'.CARTmY. JERRY'St PLAINS-Ma. 3..3.. HAaPia. HUMIOONIA-MA. -EDWARD HUGHS.. ADERAIDB-Ma. JoHN, NOW-LAND. Y .as-Ma. C. lonunk.. GaaLoNoo-Ma. JOHNr MUn,'n . CLAREIOOB TOWN AND DUNOOm -MR ,Da. r>4!? r.« TIERNEW. Published in the United chwpdot,' . Ma. JOES o3, PATmaiiooara-sow, "Lpmvwp-: Ma. W. 3. BATTEESDL, 10, EssSx-RRIDGtR, PFi ;LJAMENT-STREET, DuBLnu, Printed for lb. Proprletor by F.DWYAIWyOBN fl'4r'iM' Litt, of £rcdtern, In the County of Ouinbvriaud, mQ'4 ipub 1I.-hd by bin Flt lb. C~rontele OIDo , ?Np. 143, Il4ti4ngI~rt ' & .s7, :.,.,h n le 1h 1'la=f lre,.ouc"i

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Government Gazette. TUESDAY, JANUARY 5. IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 January 1847

Gottvsta'tentt Calatie. -0- TUESDAY, JANUARY 5. Murrumbah, oh the 26th day of December, 1846, from the estate of H. H. Macarthur, Esq.:-red ox, branded on near ribs GL, with I under on rump same side like AA, on off ribs JJG; damages 3d. Also, on the 29th December, from the same estate: -bay horse,black points,short tail.star on forehead, 14 hands 3J inches high, aged, an indescribable brand on the near shoulder. If not claimed and released before the 26th January, 1847, they will be sold at the pound. (10s. Gd. -Richmond, on the 23rd December, 1846-red and white bullock, branded JA on off flip, JA on off ribs; Ted and white bullock, with same brand; red and white bullock, with same brand; red and white heifer, with same brand; red and white heifer, with same brand ; red and white heifer, with same brand. Also, on the 24th December, 1846-brindle bull, with white back, about eighteen months old, brand not legible. If not released on or before the 22nd day of January, 1847, they will ...

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Maitland. THE GOVERNOR'S VISIT TO THE MAITLAND DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 January 1847

ftlattlanb, (From the Maittand Mercury.) THE GOVERNOR'S VIS[T TO THE MALT LAND DISTRICT. We have reason to believe that his Excellency the Governor may be expected in Maitland, on his way to the New England District, in the early part of February. Lady Mary Fitzroy will not, we under stand, accompany his Excellency on his intended visit. This will no doubt he a source of considerable regret to the inhabitants-of the district. We perceive that. our active and spirited neigh bours at Singleton are- about to make preparations to receive his Excellency in a suitable mrannot. The -residents of the other districts on the Hunter will not we are sure, be backward in showing their loyalty to her Majesty, by honouring her represen tative. His Excellency is also entitled on his own account to the cordial kood will and respect of .the colonists, from the sincere desire which he has so far evinced to study their interests and promote their welfare. [Since the above was in type, we have heard tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sydney Chronicle — 9 January 1847

OFFICES TO' LET''. *T o LET, in King-street East, within one muinute's walls of fthe Supreme Court, Offies suitibbl for a Barrister or Attorney. "Apply at 133, King-slreet East. MILK-PANS AND PRiESu ICRV J ARS: MILK-PANS ; lb. jars, 3s.; pin! jars, 4s. ; quart jars, Ge. per dozen half-gallon covered jars, Is. each; pudding basins, 0d. each ; covered English jars, various sizes; waits jttty. cans, 6 to the set, for 2s. Gd.; assnited crates of earthenware, containing every artie' suitable for country. stores; best table ware, pale blue and green, , in plates, fit and vegetable dishes, dinner. sets. ini great var-.y. a splendid assortment of toilet ware, ould bsnd ireakfast'tups and saucers, and stone china ltowing blue ditto, willow ware in every va riety. Also, a. fresh supply of cut glass Balts; custard and jelly glasses, and cruet frames, on sale, wholesale knit retail, at THOMAS It. COATES'S, Staffordshire and Irrawang Pottery Warehouse, 335, George-street, next door to Mrr. Beame...

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