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A COLUMN FROM "PUNCH." MORE SHOCKING IGNORANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 April 1844
A COLUI.iN FFtOA?T ' PUNCH." -0 MORE SHOCKING IGNORANOE. A short time ago Punch had occasion to horrify his readers by publishing the Report of his Select Committee on Education, which revealed the amount of ignorance of domestic matters prevailing among young men generally. His Commissioners have just sent up to him their Second Report, I whic relates to the knowledge of business and the affairs of life possessed by young ladies; and lihe has determined, at tile risk of creating a fearful panic in the marriage market, to print it. Miss Mary Ann W\atkinsa examined :-Is tie daughter cf a private gentleman. Has several brothers and sisters. Is engaged to be married to a young surgeon as soon as he can get into practice. I Has an idea that she ought to know something of t housekeeping ; aupposes that it comes naturally. Can sing and play, draw and embroider. Cannot say that she ever darned a stocking. The price of brown Windsor soap is from sl to Is 3dthe packet cannot tell what yellow...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 April 1844
KANGALKOO SKINS. ON SALE, Ex CAIOLINE, AT THE STOE ll" OF THE: UNDERSIGNED Forty dozen largest size and best quasity, dressed Kangaroo Skins Forty.eight dozen undressed Kangaroo Skins AND A constant supply of excellent Colonial Tobacco 'always on hand. THOMAS MAGNER. Market.stleet, West. April 2ad, 1844. 647 LOYAL AUSTRALIAN IlEPiEAL AS8O31AT ION. NOTICE. A MEETING of lothe bove Associa tion will be held at Mr. Richard Cullen's, Union Inn, Kent-street, on 'T'hursday evening, the Ilth instant. 't'tie Chair will be taken at half-past Seven o'clock precisely. P. H. MULI1O1,tND, Secretary. N.B.--The usual weekly meeting will not 'ake place this week on account of it being Holy Week. JBOURKE HOTEL, APPIN. rPOQ LET, at a moderate rent, from the .L Ist day of July 'next, that commodious and complete Inn, known as the Boutrke Hotel, con sisting of fourteen rooms, with spacious cellarage, detached kitanen, laun(iry, tlqble, cqach.house, ke., a garden well laid out with fruit-trees, situated ...
THE NATIONAL DEBT! [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 April 1844
TILE NATIONAL DEBT I WE are very sorry to see the first nail struck into the coffin of the poor debt That debt which we so much admire as the great pacificator of Europe I That debt, the existence of which makes John Bull (erst so haughty, and so ready to fight for the 39 articles, the sovereignty of the sea, and some unintelligible balance of power) now so tame and placia: he is as quiet as a cat rolled in the mud, and obliged to swallow all sorts of toads : he must surrender his right of search to the Yankees-lhe dares not fire a shot to restore his protege, Espartero in Spain, after all his money and muskets-he sends his Queen lately to compliment the Jacobin King at the Chateau d'Eu, the man whose father (Egalit6 the Jacobin,) sent Louis XVI. to the guillotine; to preserve whose crown and arbitrary power, John went to war : and waged it for two-and-twenty years, de luging all Europoe ith blood, to restore the legitimate branch of the Bourbons-he sees Russia surrounding Turkey wi...
LORD BROUGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 April 1844
LORD ? ROUGHAM. UNDERNEATH will be found, copied from the Londot Eaaniiter of the 7th October, some pungent remarks on the too celebrated. Henry, .Lord ,Brougham and Vaux: a man whose splendid mental endowments, fervent eloquence, and varied talents, had they been ruled by any moral or honest go verning principle, would have borne their possessor to the very highest rank of patriots, and of lovers and benefactors of their fellow-men : but some strange non descript-trans-Tweedish system of. reli gion, (unintelligible even to himself:) a narrow and thoroughly selfish heart; a petulant presumptuous vanity never sur passed, have turned him aside from all noble ends and objects, to pursue the shadow of fame and national admiration; and like Narcissus, who, looking at his own shadow in the fountain, pined of love; so Lord Brougham, contemplating his own abilities, has become politically sick, and that character he so much ad mires, cherishes and loves, bids fair to become the prey of inex...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 April 1844
"The Morning Chronicle" is published twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South OWales, Van Diemen's Land, South Australia, New Zealand, and India; and in England, Scotland, and Ireland.- The Quarters end on the 31st March, 301t June, 30th September, and 31st December; at which periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, after paying the amount due.--Advertisers should mark on each advertisement the number of insertions required; otherwise they are continued till countermanded. Orders to discontinue or alter 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 be given in writing, and all letters post paid. NOTICE. R~ . THOMAS FOWLER has I.0 been appointed Agent for, the " Chronicle" in the district of I llawarra, and all parties indebted to that Journal are requested to ...
Insolbency Proceedings. SATURDAY, MARCH 30. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 April 1844
Insolvency Proceedings, SATURDAY, MARCH 30. PROOF OF CLAIMS. In the estate of William Bucknell, an adjourned single meeting ; William Pendray, £12 12s ; R. O. Reilly, £3 11s 7d ; G. Rattray, £29 2s ; M. &nbsp; O. Shea, £3 8s 4d ; P. Gumm, £46 8s 3d ; W. C. Wentworth (per agent), £282, holding security to the same amount : W. Jordan, £27 13s 7d ; the estate of F. Mitchell and Co , £568 17. 6d ; the estate of C, H. Chambers, £68 16s 10d ; J. Kettle, £204 4s 4d ; Mrs. E. Adam, £101 5s ; J. J. Smith, £18 19s ; John Robertson, £24 10s ; H. Gordon, £32 16s 6d. The meeting allowed the insolvent to retain his furniture and wearing apparel.. &nbsp; In the estate of John Gray, an adjourned second meeting : John Aldis, £17 14s ; Thomas Clarke, £7 1s ; J. Davidson, £17 6s 1d; the estate of the late firm of R. Campbell, jun. and Co,, £13,072 8s 4d. In the, estate of John Richard Rouse, an ad- journed second meeting : Nichols and Williams, £22 5s ; A Gainsboro, £5 18s. In the esta...
Select Poetry. O'CONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 April 1844
-o O'CONNItLL. r ft The manner In which you reoelved ume overpowered my heart-I was going to say my aged heart-but my heart is young as ever."-O'CONNELL. O 1 no, not a ty of thy wonderful mind Is yet darkened, or dimmed, or diverted away; And the wreath of thy glory, in boyhood entwined, is yet fresh on thy brow "as on that happy day." O no, not a pulse of thy patriot heart Is yet'deadened or slackened at liberty's call; Still, as ever, the star of thy country thou art, As bright in thy course and as far from the fll. "Other stars have arisen"-tithy twinkled awhile Some faded or set, and were heard of no more .romo malignantly glared on the Emerald Isle, And the nations nrjoiced when their slhining was o'er. Blnt thou art the same from thy dawning till now, Ever lighting our pathway, and gladdening our eyes; Still the pride and the worship of millions art thou Who, like thee, hath ar:sen ?-who ever shall rise? Thy name, when pronounced at Festivity's board At the cottager's hearth-i...
MONDAY, APRIL 1. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 3 April 1844
MONDAY, APRIL 1. PROOP OP CLAIMS, In the estate of John Nichol, a first meetings A, Douglas, £8 18s, In the estate of George Kable, a first meeting. J. H. Baillie, £4 8s. In the estate of R. A. Wiseman, a special meeting : W. J. Lennon, £46 7s 4d In the estate of George Frederick Isaac, a special meeting: S. J James of London, £700 2s 5d. In the estate of Simson and Carr, a single meeting : E. Kirkby, £44; J. Brown and Co, £3 16s. MBETINGS OF CREDITORS. This Day,3 -J. Waite, a first meeting. REPEAL.-THE AUSTRALIAN.-We ]lave seen the pardgraph in the above Journal on the subject of Repeal, and of course, we have laughed at st. It is funny, certainly, besides being a very magniloquent production: the writer point. edly alludes to Bedlam-it would grieve us, though it might not surprise us, to hear of his being an inmate of that institution time will tell. We would recommend him, cautiously to eschew all "brain compelling criticism ;" it may have a dan gerous effect on the furniture of ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 April 1844
NOTICE . ro AGENTS AND PARTIES MAKING RB MITTANOBS. 1 N order to avoid the expense of post age, and spare time in letter' writing, we intend to adopt a' plan extensively followed by " Brother Jonathan," for acknowledging the receipt of subscrip tion money, viz., to publish the initials of parties remitting money. Thus we have to acknowledge the receipt of the letters of Mr. J. I., of Hobart Town, of the 21st, of Mr. W. A. M'D., of Braid wood, of the 22nd, of Mr. E. B., of Berrima, of the 28th, Mr. J. M'A., of Campbelltown, of the 29th, and M. T. F., of Wollongong, of the 29th Mareh. CARPENTERS' TOOLS. BENCH PLANES, Moulding Planes in great variety, Bash Fillestres, Compass Planes, Thumb Moulding, &c., &o. ; Chisels, Gouges, Squares, Bevils, Dowl Boxes, Boxes and Taps. Hand, Teanon, and Dovetail Saws; with every requisite for buildings; all at the Lowest Prices for Cash, to suit the depressed state of the times. At T. WOOLLEY'8, Late T. and M. Woolleys'. Corner of Kin...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 April 1844
S DEPARTURES . MAR 31.-For Port Ne'son, via Newcastle, the Urent., Thompson, with cattle, sheep, and sundries, Passengers--Mr Belt, Miss Belt, Mrs. Thbmpson. Mr. Aeres, Master Acres, Mrs. Bennett, Captain Nichols, Rt. Culley, Thomas Newland, and James Arnold. 31.-On a surveying expedition,. H.M. schooner Bram'le, Yulfe, commander. Passenger.- Mr. •M'Gillivrsy. Areaz, 2.-For Valparaiso, the barque Alfred, Brett, with sundries.: Passengers-Mr:,. Mrs., and Master Francis, Mr. and Mrs. Harvie, Miss Griflin, Mr. and Mrs. Macdormott andchild, Mr, and Mrs. Aharum, Mr. and birs. Dawson and son. Mr. and Mrs. Lemerick and three' children, Mr. and Mrs. Hand, Messrs. Martin, Connelly, Atkinson, Lemming, Wendell, Cleris,. May, Thomepson, Cavenagh, Barton, Palmer, Ctqngings, andKennedy. :?. . 9 L . . ..
Government Gazette. IMPOUNDED. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 April 1844
(9ourrlletitet Laf?Rtte. -o IMPOUNDED. At the West M\litland Pound, for trespass, 23rd -Match, from Windermere r One poley strawberry heifer, rod ears, branded 'I' off rump; damages 2s. 63. One black or brown-sided cow, face, back, belly, and tail white, branded G asdewavs near rump, ap. parently JJ off rump, R over 25 ribs same side, with a red hull-calf by her side, no visible brand; damages s. One red or brindle.sided cow, back, b.liv, and tall white, marked in the off ear, branded TE con joined off rusmp, M on ribs same side, 'l'E conjoined on near rump, SM. on same thigh, apparently II on ribs, 6 on sa5re shoulder, with a brandle and while steer call by her side, no brand visible i damages 5s. One steer, red or brindle sides, speckled face and neck, back, belly, tail, and hind legs white, branded SJ'or SI on the off rump ; damages 2s.6d. Also, on the 25th, by order of Mr. Hudson t One red bullock, star in forehead, horn off side inclined down, branded W on off rump, 3 on ribs s...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 April 1844
DRESDEN.-The recent discovery of the I Venus by T'itian, now excellently restored excites the greatest interest The picture is an object of the greatest admiration with all amateurs. This magnificent work has been more than 100 years concealed under a mass of unimportant paintings. and different kinds of rubbish. For the discovery of this treasure we have to thank the Director Mathai and the Academy Council. It is the most perfect picture that can be looked upon Exquisite as are some of the paintings of Venus we alr.ady possess, they are all far behind this master piece, particularly the handling of the flesh and the background. ENJOYbIENT OF A FUTURE STATE.--We are but. too apt to imagine that the rest which is promised in future, is that of a stone at the bottom of.a well; but the Scripture, on the contrary teach us to anticipate a state of active enjoyment, in which all the purest pleasures of our nature will be' continued withouit the po'sibility of sigh or sorrow ever invading ...
Sydney Markets. [CORRECTED UP TO LAST EVENING.] FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 April 1844
-0 ICOaaeCTED UP TO LAST YVNINQe.j FLOUlt, WHRAT,ace. £ s. d. . s, d. F"lour(fine), P 100Mbs .... .... 0 0 0 to 0 13 0 Ditto (seconds), ditto .... .... 0 10 0 .. 0 11 0 Bread,jlP21bloaf .... .... ... 0 0 3 .. 0 0 31 Bisoult(fluepPowl. .... .... 0 0 0 .. 1 4 0 Ditto (second), ditto .... ..,, 0 0 0 .. 018 Q Wheat, Colonial, ?? bushel .... 0 "2 .. 0 3 0 Ditto, V.D.Land, ditto .... .... 0 3 6 .. 0 4 0 Maize,ditto(wholesale) .... ... 0 1 8 .. 0 1 8 Ditto, dto (retail).... . ....i 0 0 0 .. 0 0 o Bran, ?P bushel .... .... .... 0 0 0 .. 0 0 10 Barley, nglish, ditto .... .... 0 0'0 .. 0 2 0 Ditto, Cape, ditto ....... .... 0 1 0 .. 0 2 8 Oats, 0 bushel (wholesale) ....0 1 4-... 0 1. Ditto,ditto(rtal) .... .... .... 0 2 0 .. 0 2 4 Hay, iptou..... .......... 210 0 .. 215 6 Dltto(retall), P owt. .... .... 0 2 0 .. 0 3 0 Wheat traw, t load .... .... 0 6 0 .. 0 '0 0 Fodder,ditto .............. 0 0 0... 0 3 0 Grass (wholesale), dozen bundles 0 0 6 .. 0 0 7 iltto(retail).ditto .... ........ 0 0 0 .....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 April 1844
AG1ENTS FOR& TU&B CRONIOLB Broulee, Mr. B. M'Cauley. Serlrnia, Mr. B. M'Mahoa. Patoerson, Mr. J. O'Sullivan. ýParramatta, Mr.,P.Cprdiff. ,: " Pori Phillip, Mr. J. Bullen Wolloogong, Mr.,ThomsF~owlet Bathurat,,Mr. T. Jones, . Goulbura,.M:. henry Thompson Hobart Town, Mr, John Regan t Maitland, Mr.' Hawka~l y , ,"", Campbelltown, &u.,r. M'Alister Windsor, Mr. JameseaCasi y Peorlth,, Mr. Jargs ltiCCrlby * Jerry's, Plain, Mr. J. J. Harpur. Jipungoiu, -Mr. Edward Hughes . ~ : _ .., * '?WIollombi Mr. Michael Byrne G"" P ublshed to tIre Cnlftc$ Krw4o>myby,:V b ir. Jones, 63, Paternoater.row, London.do., Mr.1W. 3. Balteisby, 5,; Ee!! "li~rjdge,, ýýýW! nent.drtret, Dublin. Sydney: Muted and Pobllrb ·byMOUCAEL. D'AIWOY,'o · I Ilridgo..r at the ObronIls1 Omlor, Iirldgoatroet.
THURSDAY, APRIL 4. PROOF OF CLAIMS [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 April 1844
TLIURnDAY, APRIL 4. PROOF OP CLAIMS In the estate of Joseph Hamley, a special meeting : J. L. Tritton, £65 In the estate of J. H V. Turner, a special meeting: The Bank of Australasia, £61 ; J. Smith, £9 1is id In the estate of James Reynolds an adjourned single meeting : E. Watson, £12 4s 6d; the creditors subsequently allowed the insolvent to re. tain his furniture and wearing apparel, on condition that he (Reynolds) would aid the assignee in winding up the estate. The Chief Commissioner allowed the Certificates of the following parties, they being unopposed s Andrew Summerbell; B. D. 'ORellly'; Thomas Eyre Sedley; John Lefevre ; Henry Harris; John Smith s and J. L. Spence Brown.
STATE TRIALS.—THE ATTORNEY GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 April 1844
STATE TRIALS,.-THE ATTORNBY GENERAL. --o [From the Morning Chroncle.1 Her Majesty's ministers have not much reason to congratulate themselves on the tact and discretion, to say nothing of the parliamentary efficiency of the present Attorney General for Ireland. He was, in. deed, upon the whole, rather a costly accession to the government stalf in Ireland; for his appoint. ment.drew down the condemnation of both parties, and it was a work of infinite trouble to find a con. stituency which would psend him into parliament. His patrons, if by any chance they were disappoint ed in his parliamentary achievements, will hardly be consoled by the latest accounts of his proceedings in Ireland. It is evident that Mr. Smith is in a fever of anxiety to do his part successfully in the coming drama. There is, however, some incongruity be tween the things to be done, and the person who is to do it, which, in spite of the best intentions, has been productive of the results savouring of the ridiculou...
Insolbency Proceedings. SATURDAY, MARCH 30. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 April 1844
Ingolbcncgp ?arogctngg, -0 SATURDAY, MARttO 30. PROO OP CLAIMS. A special meeting was held in the estate of Thomas Manwaring, and a first meeting in that of John Waite, but no claims were proved against either estate. NaW INSOLYRNT. The following schedule was filed yesterdays: Patrick llickey, of the Glebe, near Sydney, brickmaker. Debts, £106 Os 6d. Assets-per. sonal property, £2; outstanding debts, £19 2s. Balance deficiency, £84 13s d6. John Morrie, oftlcial assignee.
ENGLISH FOREIGN POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 April 1844
ENGLISH FOREIGN POLICY. Tai? foreign policy pursued by England for the last 300 years, since the establishment of the so-called reformation, has been one exceedingly disgraceful to her as a nation: us well as utterly bootless for the objects contemplated, viz. protestantising Europe. All the world knows the schemes, intrigues, plots, and machinations hatched and fo mented in Scotland, by Elizabeth, against her cousin, Queen Mary, until she raised up a set of indescribable miscreants, who first assassinated her secretary Rizzio in her presence; then assassinated her hus band, the weak and vain Darnley: then sought to fix on that amiable and kind hearted woman, the guilt of that horrible deed, hiring the elegant though prostituted pen of Buchanan to forge documents to sustain the foul and atrocious charge: then urging on her bastard brother Murray and his confederates, to wage war against his sister, Queen, and Sovereign Lady, and who drove her out of her own realm to fall into the to...
MR. PROUT'S SYDNEY ILLUSTRATED. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 April 1844
IMR. P'ROUT'S. SYDNEY ILLUS. TRATED. John Rae, Esq., A.M., has presented us-with a copy of the above colohial work, which is very hiandsomely and creditably executed, and gives very graphic and cor rect views of the City, which will be not only interesting to the residents in Sydney, and more especially so to the inhabitants of the bush ; but above all to persons in Europe, who have never seen a City whose fame now occupies so prominent a place in the history of mankind. We are much pleased to see the beautiful art of lithography carried to such perfection in the Colony, and hope the ingenious artist will be encouraged as he deserves. Mr. Rae's letter-press descriptions are very correct and instructive, and combined with the views, cannot fail to afford in a very concise way, a vivid.notion of the.City, not before attainable fron.f former drawings.
Original Correspondence. EASTER OFFERINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 6 April 1844
1rl lllt8 Qr t'O Opouttb lcr'e. *;~:; -o EASTER OPFFRINOS. Mna. nDltron,-I perceive the usual Easter ofTerings are to be received in St. Mary's and St. Piairick's Churches on Sunday, and I trust that: evsey C atholic, itf he cannot have the happiness of. beiug present at some or other of the services of that most joyful day, wi!l take case to send his donation by some friend. 'It we take into account the incessant labours of our clergy-attendingtn our spiritual wIants,loth by night and by day,and through dangers of "lood and field," bat more especially their toils during the laii fortisight, when they have been engaged in the chnrch from cix in the morning, till sometimes ten and eleven o'clock, at night, (scarcely giving themselves time to refresh their wearied bodies, with necessary refreshment and sustenance)-I repeat, taking thiese things into consideration, I trust there is not a Catholic, let his circumstances 'be ever so bumble, but who will cheerfully and with a willing hear...