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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, MAY, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 May 1844
CATHOLIC DlllOTORY, MAY, 1i44 S. 26 PBaNTkCOs, double, stol. . 271 De octavo, double, I el. T'. 28 De octava, double. bL. : V,. 20| Quat temp fast, de ootava, semidouble 7T, 30 |I colava, semldouble F.. -1 Qut. temp, l?st, do oct., semldoublo .
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 May 1844
*Wnsppsug. ,;xauteUtgee .. * " ARRIII.VA.8. "t a M A 21.-From' Port Macquiiler, the:steamer, Moellend, .10a tons, .Persons, '. with wool,' &c.i Passengers-Mr. H. Cohen, Mr. Jones,* :three; Misses Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Middleton ipnd1 five hhildren,Mrs. oand MiassFalrell,hahd Ave' ' tlh steerage, . ' . ... ,1.--From Twofold, Bay., the 181h Instaint,;the schooner llarkgdisn, 71 tons, Cooopy, with wheat and wool..
Sydney Markets. [CORRECTED UP TO LAST EVENING.] FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 May 1844
Ioo0E iaTtD UP To LASrT EaVN 151.J FLOUIR, WHBAT,&eo. £ . d. . i. d. c tlour(ftin), 100mls .... .... 0 11 0 to 012 O Ditto (seconds), ditto .... .... 0 0 .. 0 10 0 Iread.~Plblout .... .. . .... 0 0 .3 .. 0 0 0 lascult(fnej, ~p wt. .. ... 0 0 0 .. 1 9 0 Ditto (second), ditto ... .... 0 0 0 .. 0 16 0 Wheat, Colouial, 4P bushel .... 0 3 0 .. 0 3 0 Ditto,V. D. Land, dlto .... .... 0 3 0 .. 0 38 aizae, ditto(wholesala) .... .,. 0 1 2 ... 0 1 Ditto,dltto(retall).... .... .... 0 1 .. 0 1 9 Iran, V) bushel ..*. .... 0 0 0 .. 0 0 10 Barley, dtto.... .. .... .... 0 0 0 .. 0 0 0 Ditto,CCape, dtto .... .... .... 0 0 0 .. 0 0 0 atse, ' bushel (wholesale) .... 0 0 0 .. 0 0 I Ditto, ditto(retail)........ .... 0 2 0 . 0 2 4 flay, (t to,..... ........ 3 0 0 .. 10 0 DitUo(retall), Powt. .... 0 .... 0 3 .. 0 4 0 Wheat Straw, i single load .... 0 10 0 .. 016 0 Dito, per double load .... .... 110 0 .. 1 16 0 Fodder, ditto ...............0 3a 0 .. 0 4 0 eraas (wholesalo), ' dozen bundles 0 0 0 .....
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 May 1844
ALBERUTON.-By the D-omain, 'arrived yesterday from Port Albert, intelligence has been received in town that a number of convicts had stolen a boat from Alberton, and where commit ting depredations on the settlers in that neighbour. hood.-P. P. Herald. PUBLIc WORxs.--The rain of the last few days has put a stop to, the Corporation works. It must, however, be extremely gratifying to the rate payers to know, that the streets are now soft' enough to be converted into a cabbage-garden, and that the whole of the labour and expense already: bestowed upon them, has rendered them worse by far than they were before the Public Works' Com mittee began to repair them, Another thing; too, cannot but prove extremely, consolatory; from what we have recently seen, there is every, prospect of the Town Council labourers being fully enm ployed; for by a most admirable arrangement, and minute calculation of wet and dry wether, it has been ascertained, that when the improvements in the streets have been ...
THE JUBILEE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 May 1844
THE JUBILEE. IN addition to the gratifying results of the lectures, preaching, and devotions of the Jubilee, in the other parts of the colony we already mentioned, we have received a letter from the valley of Burragoran9, which describes the exertions -of .the Rev. Mr. Goold in that district as most .exem plary, and attended with results so happy, that most of the Catholic population ap proached the sacraments and holy coinmu nion at the Jubilee : and a visible change for the better has grown up among the people. This is surely gratifying to every lover of morality and of mankind. -We regret we have not room for the whole letter
YASS.—DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 May 1844
YASS.-DISTRICT COUNCIL. 'Tuesday last being the day appointed for the ti pomination of .Councillors in place of Messrs. in Clayton and, Moses, who.retired in accordance with m the act, a meeting was held in the Court House, ti Mr. H. O'Brien, the Warden, in the chair. o1 :The gentlemen nominated at this meeting were Messrs. iH. Humes Howell, Ryan, and Clayton: thefirst teing proposed by Mr. Ellis and seconded by Mr. M'Collum; Mr. Nick Belnard proposed. 's and Mr. Watson seconded the nomination of the a second ; Mr. Harrison and Mr. Walsh proposed and seconded Mr. Ryan; and Mr. Grovenor and I tr. ,Walsh prposed and seconded Dr. Clayton. I .Mr. Hume demanded Dr. Clayton's qualification Y or a written declaration to that effect. As Dr. Clayton was not present, and as he appears not to j' have furnished any. of his friends with such declara pion,.although,he is well known to be qualified on the score of property, the Warden considered the P objection valid, and Dr. Clayton was according...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 May 1844
iAGELN' FittT68IIB ;J1OSrt&lt; BtrouleCD Mr. 13: Mi'Caulay. i Benimo, Mr. .' MMmhbon r : Pauiraoaii, Mr. J. 0 BuI'a;a SPairamatta, Mr P Cardiff. Port Phillip, Mr 3'13BuIe& n' Wollongong =Mr Thom, owle' '"'ho a" aw' iatiurfirls Mr.'. J ones ~'G'tulIbura. M'.Aeorj (hompacla ' libar; 'ow,Mr. jolth legfn, 'M'aiti d, Mr. Hawkuley s "C.anpbeul0owLh &o., Mr: MAiiatstero Windior, Mr. Janes Cassidy, 'i eniltb; Mr.'Janea M'Caehby Jairy's Plains, Mr. J3J. iarpor Bungo la, Mr.,Edward HugheA .; :Woliombi. Mr. Michael Byrne ~___"___ aydne q2'P dnatand o 1ubiisbredd byy M CfUA: iD'AY'of lirilrdgoatrectb at te Oltrooiole UlUIae, Ud14dg·rtrqC tM
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 May 1844
DEPARTURES. &nbsp; MAY 21.- For . London the barque Penyard Park, Weller, with colonial produce. Passengers - &nbsp; Mrs. Weller, Mastr Duguid Messrs. Milne, Cox, Croft, Gardner, Allen, Osman, Cresswell, Alleyne. Field, Marnham, Beattie, White, Pinsonhalt, and Burke. 21.-For Singapore, the, brig Sir Archibald Campbell., Milne, with sundries. Passengers-. Captain Richmond and servant, Miss' A. Soutar, Mr. J. H. Macarthur, and Mr. J. Bmirhers. 21.-For Moreton Bay, the steamer'Sovereigln Cape, with sundries. ,Passoe.gers-Mr. Adams, and twelve in the stesrage. For Adelaide, the barque Augelsus, Duff, with sundries. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Brown, nd three children, Mr. and Mrs. Hell and two children, Mrs. Duff, two children, and servant, Mr.sand Mrs. Hutchings and three childree, Mr and- Mrs. Thomas, Mr. oand Mrs. Hannet and three children Mr. and Mrs. Coile and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood and child, Mr. and Mrs. M'Sheet sod child, Mr. end Mrs. Crocket, Mr. and Mr...
THE "SURPLICED RUFFIANS." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 May 1844
THE "SURPLICED RUFFIANS." Wa give, with much.pleasure, in our fourth page, an admirable pastoral letter of Dr. Carew, Vicar.Apostolic at Calcutta to his flock : and we do co, not only for the noble spirit of liberty which it breathes, combined with the purest love of fatherland, : nd most tender and affecting piety ; but for this =further reason, that' ho' was once an Irish priest, One of those .men, whom the jackals of an insolenht, pampered oligarchy, such as the London Times, designate as black coat despots-surpliccd r?'ffians-a demon priesthood, &c. &c. The sentiments Dr. Carew puts forth, are exactly to the letter in substance, what every bishop and priest in Ireland has put forth-does put forth-and will put forth-sentiments worthy of the hierarchy and clergy of the purest ages-friends, and benefa-tors, and protectors as they have been of the people in every age, and nation, and clime; and enemies of oppression, and wrong done them, whether inflicted by a Diocle...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 May 1844
B OBSERVE I _-ENERAL DRAPERY, SLOPS, '__A BOOTS, SHOES, and' HATS, can be T purchased at TRAFALOAR HOUSE muhob cheaper. Thi than in any other establishment in the colony. Thr The unprecedented low prices of this house are Em well known in Sydney ; but, for the informnation of Ric ceaunry customers, the following list is subjoined': Hal Ladies' white cotton hose, commencing at 5jd per Mu pair ..Cra Ladies' black cotton and.woreted hose, very low La A superb selection of richly embroidered lace ditto, Inft only 61 per pair ' Dit -ioutlemen's brown cotton half- hose, from, Gd per The pair . or Genilemen's white cotton ditto, fiom 6d1 Sic Gentlemen's grey and white lambsrool diito, equally cheap Ge Gentlemen's" patent merino vests, 3s 6d ; worth - '5s 6dvs 3 Gentlemen's lambswool, worsted, and merino hose, in great variety, and at all prices Children's super socks, Item 21d per pair Gentlemen's loogcloth shirts, fine linen fronts and wristbands. only 3s 6d erach Unbleached calico at 3d ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 May 1844
-.f! The Morning Chronicle" is published twice a week, on IYednesday aaid Salurday; and is extensively *circulated ihroughout New South U' ales, Van Dlemen's Land, South Australia e ewsZdland, and' India; and in EWnglad, ScotlanWd, and Ireland.- The Quarters end on the 31st March . S 30th June, 30th September, and 31st December; at which pe'iods only sbscribbers can decline' receiving it, after paying the amount dued.-Adv?rtisers' should nark on? each :advertisement the number of insertions required;' otheruise thoey are continued till countermanded. Orders to discontinue or alter advertisenments mnzst be sent in before six o'clock 'oin the evenings of Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday; but new advertisemnents are received till siz o'clock on the. 'evening before publication:-All- instructions must be given in writing, and'all letters post paid. COMMERCIAL AtADEMY. "i/ RiJO [HN MURRAY taklesleave I,?~-to .inferm' young gentlemen~ who-'may; be desirous lo,acquire a knowledgeoof: Englis...
[?] MORNING CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 May 1844
IORNING CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, MIAY 25, 1844. a Be Just and tear not r Let all the ends thou sai'st at be thy country's, 'thy Gud's,.and ranth'.'" .Ihakspare. HER MAJESTY'S BIRTH-DAY. YESTERDAY being the anniversary of her Majesty's birth-day, was celebrated in :Sydney-with a joy and animation such as tbecame -a loyal and affectionate people. His Excellency the Governor -held a levee, vwhich was numerously attended,and in the .evening there was a grand ball and supper -at the new government house, which was .graced by the presence of the :hadt ton, and the elite .of the beauty, elegance, and fashion .of the colony, who all seemed ,delighted with the .urbanity .and conde scension .of .his Excellency, and .the grace -andi politeness lof Lady Gipps, the gran -deur and noble proportionsof the.apartments, .and the magnificence and profusion of .the supper, where viands the most exquisite, and wines the .most .recherchis, were but -the smallest part of the treat. There was a review and fiel...
THE STATE TRIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 May 1844
THE STATE TRIALS. " THE Ides of March, are come."' . The trials have commenced, but as the news papers through which the news has arrived, are of the_ Tory school, we think it will be treating our readers more respectfully to wait until we shall, through our. own regular channels, the Irish papers, be able to give 'faithful reports of the whole proceedings. The trials commenced on the 15th January, a'nd the Attorney General proceeded from a brief of unparalleled length and dimen :sions, to state the case to the Jury, 'from ,which all Catholics, and '(as might be ex pected. from the.power.the crown has in the appointment of.sheriffs iii'lielanid) liberal Protestants were excluded.' The Attorney 'Genleral's statement of the case," which was most prolix,' occupied two days in the delivery ; by which we may guess at the length of time the whole proceedings ,were Ilikely to occupy. What the result may be, it is impossiile 'now to divine ; but it is not the first time fthat Irish Attorney...
CURING MUTTON HAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 May 1844
. CURING .MUTTON . HAMS. Wa recommend to the especial attention of our readers, particularly those who are boil ing down their _:spare flocks, the following important, suggestionby Dr., Cunningham, as to the use of sugar in the curing of mutton hams, which are now so disregarded and almost valueless, that we have been in formed by a gentleman from Bhthurst, that mutton hams can be ,had ,there for twopence e cach I What a. pity that ,men of capital and science do not turn their thoughts to the conversion of those, .hams now so ~lespised and wasted, into a most valuable article of commerce I What a tempting field for the application of the resources ot' art and of modern science does this whole colony hold forth, rich as it is in a thousand yarioties of natural productions, that might be made available to the wants of man I And"iow greatly :are they neglected j TWhile capital athome hardly brings two or three per cent., a; d scientfi' and energetid ,men are seeking for' lbow room and ...
ORIGINAL POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 May 1844
0'"ORIGINAL POETRY.' WVE have received a -very an~ry and in sulting letter. from Mr Charles Harpur, as to some' alterations we made in his poetical lines on Robert Eninitt, in the Chronicle of the 11th instant, and which piece, in the shape we gave it, he says, .' I positively disclaim." We admit the fact-we 'plead guilty to the crinie alleged of alteration-we even chlianged the spelling of poor Enmmnet's name to the Irish orthography.-. But it was at most an errior in judgment. WVe did it, not from a .wish to injure the, Parnassian fame of Mr. H., ;but the contrary; most .assuredly not from any poetic pre tensions of our own, to which we have no claim. -Mr. H. 'declares he would "as soon be visited with a slash of a stock whip, as' that we should have bestowed any, even the smiimallest ,of these same im proverien?s upon his poem." Having liad no previous experience of the wrath of angry poets-the genus irri labile vatum-we' will naively own, that having read Milton, whose flights o...
ROBERT EMMITT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 May 1844
ROBERT EMMITT. Oh, breathe not his name! let it rest in the shade Where cold and unhonored his relics are laid; &nbsp; Sad, silent and dark, be the tears that we shed, As the night-dews that fall on the grass o'er his head. --Moore. Oh, why should the cold chain of silence be thrown Round a name that must ever to glory belong? Give me rather, a war-trumpet's challenging tone To enwrap with that word the big feeling of wrong! Yes; pour forth your tears, sons of Erin, for such Are due to the grave where he mouldereth now ! But silence would favor the slander too much, That culprit was graved on his glorious brow. &nbsp; Aye, mourn-but to louden his claim, that yet rolls Over Erin, like mustering thunder, and thrills-- Till the hue of his spirit shall blend in your souls With the blue of her streams and the green of her hills. What though tyranny trampled him soon to the earth-- Though the hope of the Patriot pass'd like a breath, So that nought he might leave to the la...
CERTIFICATES OF DISCHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 May 1844
CKRT5IICATas OF DISoHARGE. he, The following, being unopposed, were granted: san Samuel Levey, John Howler, Christopher Lawson, of John Thoem, William M'Laughlin, Richard the Winnett, Michael Farrell, Wicks-Norton, Edward as Biddulph, Robert Bonner, Benjamin Yabsloy, is William Oldrey, Henry 8meathman. to iho LECTURE AT THE CITY THEATRE.-A up numerous assemblage of ladies and gentlemen, e' graced by His Excellency Sir George and Lady o Gipps, attended at the City Theatre on the evening of Wednesday last, to hear'Mr. Michie, barrister ce. at law, deliver a lecture on phrenology. His Ex., Oil cellency bowed in polite acknowledgement of the ibe applause that greeted his entrd to the theatre. It is not easy to form an estimate of the lecture de. 'ul livered by Mr. Michie on that occasion s and the da chief difficulty arises from the fact of our inability iec to decide whether the learned lecturer was favour- D able or unfavourable to phrenology. If either, he anpeared to be opposed to i...
ROBERT EMMET. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 May 1844
ROBERT EMMET. Ohi, why the dark mantle of alience be thrown Round a name, that must ever to glory belong? Give me rather, a war-trumpets oballengiog tone To arouse with that word the big feeling of wrong! Yes; pour forth your tears sons of Erin, for such Are due to the grave where be elumbereth now! To forget him would favor the satraps too much, Who cULPRIT would grave on the.patriot's brow. What tho' tyranny trampled him soon to the earth Tho' the hope of that noble heart passed in an hour: So that nought be might leave to the land of his birth, But'the scorn that he pour'd on the minions of power. Yet, doubt not.Just heaven! the end is still good: And as winter's wild rains give to summer its prime, Even Liberty's Tree shall find root in the blood Of her martyrs that died in the darkness of Time.
THURSDAY, MAY 23. PROOF OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 25 May 1844
THURSDAY, MAY 23. PROOP OF CLAIM5, In the estate of William Barnett, a snecial meetings Jonathan Davis, £164 10s.; Arabella Barnett, £123 6s; John Jacobs, £12 3s ; Thonias W. Campbell, £7 Is 6d In the estate of Thomas Russell Duigan, a single meeting. Maria Maloney, £12; George Evans, £151 14s 6d; William Thurlow, £27 3s 1d; &nbsp; &nbsp; Kemp and Fairfax, £9 14s 10d; Roger Murphy, £4; William Hogan, £19 8s 6d; David Johnston, £48; R. T. Harris, £25; Esther Cary, £2 11s 10d; Robert Cooper, £200; John M'Dermott, £6 6s; William Pendray, junior, £9 15s; Gowland and Williams, £34 12s 1d; Richard White, £15 18s 8d; John Lillwell, £4 19s 1 1/2d; William Weavers, £3; Thomas Dillon, £6 10s; John Barnett, £10; F. Ebsworth, £12 10s. An offer of three shillings in the pound by the insolvent's bills at 6 and 12 months was made by the insolvent to the meeting, and accepted. He also filed the following schedule: Debts, £778 9s 11d. Assets -personal property, £96 10s; outstanding d...