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BOUNTY IMMIGRANTS. To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 13 March 1840
BOUNTY IMMIGRANTS. To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. Sir,-In reading the discussion at present going on respecting the merits of the two systems of Im migration, while I confess I think you too general in your conclusions, I have been much disgusted with the scurrilous personality of some of your opponents. I think it is wrong to argue that, because in some instances there has been much cruelty and immorality in Bounty ships, and be cause there has been much accommodation on board Government ships lately, that therefore the former is irremediable. and the latter perfect. On the other hand, I think you have completely "shewn &nbsp; up" the ignorance of the Council as to matters of fact connected with both systems, and have done much to stimulate public servants to a better dis- charge of their duties, under whatever system Im- migration may be conducted. If such things as you describe can exist under any system, (and such polite phrases as "calumny," " lie," &a...
THE FIRST NIGHT AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 13 March 1840
THIE FIRST NIGHT AT SEA. Serene and sweet the moonlight rose Along the sea so lonely, While yet the blush of day's bright close Died o'er wide waters only. From out their world of mystery The stars were softly stealing; And the young billows playfully O'er Ocean's realms were reeling. And fair and fast, with branching spars, And snowy canvas, sweeping, In queenly grandeur, 'thwart the stars, Our ship her course was keeping. Ah, then the weary thinking heart, With cold prophetic heaving, Began to feel how large a part Of life's sweet things 'twas leaving ! The riches pass'd as valueless, Where long we idly wander'd, Now shone in their true loveliness, As o'er the past we wander'd. The smiles of welcome on our way, In life's unclouded morning, The tears of parting yesterday, Were silently returning. And memory brought not these alone, We look'd back on a hundred Springs of delight, which were our own, Till by that parting sunder'd ! An as we gaz'd on all which grief Yet strove love's ...
Police Office. Tuesday, March 10. Before Messrs. Windeyer and Sempill. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 13 March 1840
Police Office. Tuesday, March 10. Before Messrs. Windeyer and Sempill. The Court was taken up above five hours by the the case against Drs. Whittle and Oliver, for par- tially opening the body of Mr. A'Beckett, the coach proprietor, of Pitt-street, who died suddenly, a few days since, which appears to have been done by those gentlemen upon the authority of a memorandum written by the deceased. The case was finally dismissed, in consequence of there being no prose- cuting party recognizable by the Bench. Thursday, 12th. William Douglas, charged with drunkenness and disorderly conduct, and with assaulting a constable while in the execution of his duty, was sentenced to pay a fine of 30s., or be imprisoned for fifteen days in the Sydney Gaol. Jeremiah Crawley, charged with a brutal and un- provoked assault upon a female, was remanded for the evidence of the prosecutrix, who had been so maltreated that she was then unable to make her appearance. Elizabeth Holmes and Sarah Dixon, being p...
LOCAL. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 13 March 1840
LOCAL. ST. MARY's CATHEDRAL.-We again remind our readers of the collection to be made on Sunday, for completing the interior of this edifice; and we have no doubt the appeal of the Committee (see advertisement) will not have been made in vain. LEASES OP CROWN LANDS.-The at tention of parties interested is directed to the Gov. ernment advertisement of the 12th ultimo, but which from press of matter could not be published until the 7th instant, notflying an intended sale of yearly leases, on the 19th nstantt being portions of land the leases of which will expire on the 30th instant. 'IThe Australian Auction Company will offer the splendid equipage, stud, plate, and house. hold furniture of Thomas Icely, Esq., to public competition this day. This we think an excellent opportunity for gentlemen lately arrived in the colony, and wishing to form an establishment with cheapness and despatch. They will also offer at the same time a number of imported bulls, of the Dur ham and Hereford breed...
Sydney Market, March 16, 1810. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 17 March 1840
lMarch 16, 1840. The price of flour has been advan~ced £4? per toP . and unleas a further supply is shortly brought intot the market, another\' pvanco mpy, be, expected. The market prices are in other respects'thl e astno a before :- . FLoun,--FIne, 36.i. to 40. ; saconds,. 25.. to 30s.; ration, 18s. to21; Bread 7d. to Sd&l?ie 2lb.' loat. Wheat, colonial, 10s. to 12.: 6d. er?"r bushel. Bran, per bushel, 2s. to 2s. Od.'' Maizel , per bushol, ats. Barley, par ditto, 6s to O.' Oats, pelI bushel, 83. to 9s. FRuIT-Peaches, 3d. to Is. Gd per dozen; apples, Is. to 3.. per dozen; grapes, Sd. to Is. per lb.; pears, Is. to 3s per dozen; oranges, Is. to 3s. per dozen. Vzo?rAnLEs.-Onions, 2jd. to 4d. per lb.; cabbages, 2d. to 9d. each; carrots and turnips, 4d. per bunch; potatoes, 12s. to 1Gs. per cwt. PoLTv.-Gooeese, 8s. to 12s. each; ducts, 10s. to 12s. per pair; fowls, Gs. to 8s. per ditto; turkeys, 10s. to 15s. each; eggs, 2s. Gd. to is. per dozen; lard, is. Gd. per lb.; bacon, is. ...
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 17 March 1840
VAN D1?:MEN'S LAND SHIPPING. IIonAtr TowN, FEnnuAnv 23.-Arrived the ship Mary lay, from Sydney ;. March 1, the Hind and Australasian Parket, from Sydney. DepartulFes.-The ship neptune for the. Ywlaling grounds, February 24; the French whaler Asia, and. the French ships of war Astrolabe and'Zelse, Feb, ruary 26. LAUNcESTOn, MAnoCIn 2,-Arrived the barque Chelydra, 350 tons, Small, master, from'Bristol, with merchandise. The Chelydra and Seli Mun~frd were advertised for Sydney, the latter to sail on the 10th Instant. The So,?acign, from Liverpool, had arrived at Launocston.
Sydney Price Current. March 16, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 17 March 1840
svZ ncv peice dr uvvi nts March 16, 1840. No change of importance has taken place in the Price Current since our lost publication: 'Tea, hyson skin, per chest, £7 10s.; hyson, per 10 catty box, £2 5s. to £3; gunpowder, per 10 catty bob £2 10s. to £2 15s. sugar, Mauritius, fine, per too, £28- ditto, brown, £24 to £26; loaf, per lb. 7d. to 74d. Rice, per bag. 15s. to 25s. Oil, sperm per tun 801 to 821, black, per tun, £18. Soap, per cwt., £2 5s to £2 15s. Salt, per ton, £5 5s to £7 7s. Ale, lunbar's, per doz., 14s.; Taylor's, per hhd., £6 10e. i Porter, Taylor's, per hhd, £6 2e. to £6 5s. Spirits in bond, per gallon, Rum, Ga. to 6s. 9d.; Brandy, 8s. to 9s. 6d.; Gin, 2s. 8d. to 4s.Gd. Wines per pipe, Sherry, £10 to£24; Port, £28; Cape, £12.; Champagne, per doz., £2 8e. to £3 10s.; Claret, per dozen, 15s. to £1 IOs.
Supreme Court. FRIDAY, MARCH 13. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 17 March 1840
FnRDAY, IMARncr 13. SIOl..sON v. DovrYL.-This was an action to recover damages for breach of contract, the circum stances of which were as follow. It appeared that the defendant had agreed, in March, 1838, to supply the plaintiff with 200 bushels of wheat, at the rate of 12s. per bushel, to be delivered when sent for by the plaintiff. It so happened, however, that the plaintiff did not send for it until some time after, when the price of wheat was considerably advanced; from which circumstance the defendaot refused to doliver up the wheat in question, unless paid for at the thl? current price, which was of course objected hb. b otlto oiher parly. The plontif?'having clearly proved the contract in question, and that he was not limited to send for the foods in any specified time, the jury returned a verdict in his favour. Damages, £30. SATnRDAY, MARncn 14. Before their Honors the three Judges in Banco. IHF.ULFWHIITE v. M'KEoN.-- A motion was made by Mr. Wmndeyer, on behalf of the defe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 17 March 1840
Free Iaasons' Arms Hotel. TAMES WARMAN bogs to inform I his friends and the public in general, that having obtained a license for the house formerly the York Hotel, and now known as the Masonic Hall, begs to assure all those who may honour him with their patronage, that every article shall be of the best quality, and at moderate charges. Gentlemen from the interior can be supplied with good beds and stabling for their horses. J. W. trusts that superior accommodation, civil waiters, good cooks, and a well qualified groom, will ensure him liberal encourage ment from a discerning public. The Masonic Lodges, Nos. 548 and 266, meet here-the former, the first Tuesday nearest the full moon, and the the other, the second Monday in the month. Masonic Hall, York.street, Near the Military larrack Gate. 1272 To the Independent Odd Fellows in Aus tralia, connected with the Mianchester Unity. N OTICE is hereby given, that we, the Undersigned Members of the Lodges attached to our respective names,...
VESSELS LAID ON, But time of sailing not yet fixed. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 17 March 1840
VESSELS LAID ON, But time of sailing not yet fixed. Trusty, ship, for London, Gore & Co. agents. Argyle, barque, for London, Hughes and Hosking, agonts. Samuel, barque, for London, Dunlop & Co. agents, William, barque, for New Zealand, Street, agent. Kinnear, ship, for London, Botta, agent. Maria, for London, I Simmons, agent. Britannia, barque, for Liverpoul, Aspinall & Co. agents WIilmot, barque, 687 tons, Miller, master, for New Zealand, Edwards and Hunter, agents. Bussorah Merchant, ship, for London, Dawes, agent. Eliza Frances, barque, for the Fishery, Lister, agent. Earl.Grey, barque, for the Mlauritius, Walker 8t Co., agents. Straet/leldsaye, barque, for Port Phillip,, Nichplap, James & Co., agents. Strathisla, barque, for South Australia, V. & E. Solomon, agents. WVaverly, barque, for London, A. B. Spark, agent,.
Ecclesiastical Intelligence. IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 17 March 1840
rclresiasttral nttrlligencte. _0 IRELAND. On Mlonday last (30th Sept.), the first stone o' the Catholic parochial church of St. Cuthbert. Dunluce, was laid by the Rev. John Green, rector of the union of Colerain and Dunluce. The graceful style-of pointed architecture adopted in the design of the sacred edifice, is admirably suited to the lovely site on which it is to be erected-the steep brow of a basaltic range overlooking the town of Bushmills, from which it is separated by the river Bush, the waters of which sweep along almost under the oval window; and, at a little distance, the promontories of Bengoro and Pleaskin, showing their sturp duous summits on the eastern side of the Giant's Cause. way, add a charm to the hallowed spot, on which is yet standing the little rude chapel, no longer afford. ing security or space for the flock. It is worthy of notice, that since the year 1825 thirty-two Catholic parish churches of ease have been completed in the united diocese of Down and Con...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 17 March 1840
MARRIED. At the parish church of Loughglyn, county of Roscommon, on the 25th September, according to the rites of the Catholic church, by his Grace the Archbishop of Tuam, Thomas Chisholme Anstey Esq., of the Middle Temple, Barrister at Law, to Harriet, second daughter of Jerrard Edward Strick- land, Esq., of Loughglyn House, in the same county
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 17 March 1840
tbstract of 'ales bI tluction, WAich will take place between this and our nec, Publication. THIS DAY. TIHE AUSTRALIAN AUCTION COMPANY At the Mart, Merchandise, four Building Allot ments of Land in Parramatta Land at Melton Mowbray, in the County of Cumberland. TO-MORROW. MR, LYONS-At his temporary rooms, George. street, at eleven o'clock precisely, 224 bags Sugar, a team of Working Bullocks, 1354 Sheep, from the celebrated flocks of F. Kenny, Esq.; after which, the Royal Exchange, Public-house, for merly known as the Duke of YWellington, together with four Cottages at Parramatta, a Pianoforte, and fourteen tons Coir Rope, &c. THE AUSTRALIAN AUuTION COMPANY At their Mart, in George-street, at eleven o'clock, Wool, Whalebone, and Sails, Shares in the Sydney Banks, and Fire and Life Assurance Companies. THE SIIERIFF-On the Premises of Mr. Holds worth, in George-street, at twelve o'clock, the whole of the Stock-in-Trade of Ironmongery, &c.; at one o'clock, at the London ...
The Chronicle. Sydney: TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 17 March 1840
Sydney: TUESDAY, MAtCH1 17, 1840. Ova Tory contemporary commences his leading article of yesterday by a " pertinent" anecdote. Passing along street blanh the-other day, he overheard a dispute between a well-dressed person and a.man of humble appearance. He does not positively say that the latter called the former a convict, but it may be inferred from the fact, that the former odlled the latter " a b- y emigrant." " Now," says our worthy contemporary (who, to save appearances, has become his own correspondent), " we put it to the advocates for the eligibility of eman oipist jurors, whether the worthy to whom no have directed attention would be a fit and proper person to sit upon a jury, in a case where an emigrant might be an accused party ?" Ourcontemporary then proceeds with a long string of inter rogations and exclamations upon the purity of the jury-box, and upon " the unprecedented constitution oftbiascolony." Now we are one of those Sw lftdecidedly " advocate the eligibility o...
THE APOTHECARY. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 17 March 1840
THE APOTHECARY. -a (From "Heads of the Peolde.") " Well !" said Mr. Label, one day, as he stood in his shop, with his back to the fire, " a pretty good morning's work, certainly-yes, certainly. Twenty patients at three draughts a day-that's as. Five times twenty, a hundred-very good. They'll take them for a week at least; seven times one, seven thirty-five pounds-capital! Confound those people in St. James's-street; they will take pills ; let me see-three at night and one in the morning-four. Why, it will he a week before they take two boxes -we can't send more-and that will be only 2s. They might as well have washed them down with a little ;hauitus cffercs rens: stop !-I know !-we'll leave out the aroomatic, and then they'll get tired of them. Mr. Jackson !" The address to the appren. tice was spoken aloud; the soliloquy was sotto voce. " Yes, Sir." ,' Leave out the oleum cinnamoni in Mrs. Ten. derly's pills." dey's I did tat the other day, Sir, with Miss Dig gram's, and she said t...
To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 17 March 1840
To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. Sir,-The government brig Governor Phillip and the Nautilus, with Captain Maconochie and about 200 prisoners from Dublin, reached Norfolk Island after a passage from Sydney of eight days. The island, or group of islands rather, for there are three in number, have a beautiful appearance, and present a lovely and picturesque retreat in the midst of the vast ocean. Alas, that such a terestrial paradise Should be the abode of guilt ! The most luxuriant and refreshing verdure mantles the hills and cliffs ; the blue expanse shows itself in delightful contrast with the dark foliage on each jutting promontory, and through pine trees and firs, which grow to an amazing height and stateliness even where their stems are washed by the rolling tide. Captain Maconochie, Colonel Hulme, Mr. Ormsby, police magistrate, and the other passengers, in several boats, effected a landing at Cascade, which is a name given to a bay three miles to the eastward of the ...