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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 24 March 1840

AGENTS:-Bugador, Mr.ohDwr; Brria, Mr. Doyle ; Braidood, Mr. P. Goulding, Postmaster Brisane ater, Mr. Thomas umphrs; Bathurst, Mr. Richard Joes Campbell Ton, Mr. Hurloy; Goulbourn, r. oehull ht o M. Pili ier l, Mr. lli 'ritcliard; Launceston, Mr. T. W. owel Maitland, Mr. Dc. Patrick's Plains, ir. Thomas Cllllen; Pterson, r David Broe, Bush Inn; Port Philip, Mr. Ke ; Parratta r Fitzimmon Innkeeper; enrith, Mr. urc, Qeabean and ar Mr.oa S El . . . : r. ey; Yas,'Mr. Edward Walsh..-Pubhished in the United Kingdom by Mr. Jones, 63, Paternoster Row, London; Mr. W. J. Batteraby, Essex Bridge, Par amentstreet, ublin; Mrs; Strain, 9, Union Place, Edi rgh; and en . ...... •r '?. L. 6t..r.. .d . I - For London, T~HE Argyle, 000 I.Tons, Capt. GATsNsar, is under Engagement, by Charter, to sail on the 26th March. Three spacious Ca. bins are disengaged; twoof which are after Cabins. Ap. ply to HUGHES & HOSKING, Albion Wharf, N. B.-Two Hundred Bales of WOOL Wanted to purchase, or on Freight...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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PUBLIC SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 24 March 1840

PUBLIC SALES. The Australian Auction Company sold on Friday, at the Paddock in George-street, fourteen horses, at from £40 to £90 each ; four imported Durham bulls for £600; four Colonial bred ditto at £10 a head. Mir. Samuel Lyons sold on Friday by public auc tion, an allotment of one acre 32 perches, with four cottages erected thereon, situated in Campbell Town...........................£800 0 0 Forty acres of land, at Lane Cove ... 230 0 0 One acre of land at Hinton, Hunter's River ................................. 72 0 0 The rights of a sheep and cattle station, on the Mlenaroo and MIurrumbidgee 50 0 0 A mixed herd of 370 head of cattle, running at Menaroo, at £5 15s.each 2127 0 0 Four hundred and forty-six ewes, to lamb in April and May, not war ranted sound, running on the Mlur rumbidgee, at 14s. 6d. each-........ 323 7 0 Four hundred and eighty-five ewes, two or fiveyearsold, ditto, at 9s.6d. each 375 17 6 Four hundred and thirty male and fe male lambs, ditto, at 9s. Gd. each...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 24 March 1840

,4jippilng 3inteligence. -a ARRIVALS. M?Aucit 20.-From the Cape of Goid llope, having left the 22nd Jahuary, the brig Portentia, Captain Cumin, with wine, &c. 21.-From New Zealand, having loft the 27th February, the schooner Susannah Ann, Captain Anderson, with pork, maize, &c. Passenger AMr. Fligg. '21.- rom Newcaqtle, the brig 8kerne, with' coals. 22.-From Hobart Town, having left the 14th instant, the barque Australasian Packet, Captain Ml'Phorson, with sunrlries. Passengers-Mr. Lee, Mr. Hindmarsh, Mr. Johnston, and Mlrs, Cham" hers and child. , 22.-From London, having sailed the 13th No vember, the barque Acasta, Captain Kyle, with merchandise. Passenger-Mr. Taylor. - '22.-From Port Plhillip, having sailed the 14th instant, the brig Christina, Captain Birkinshaw, with sundries. Passengers-Mr. Deane, Mr. Hal. cock, AMr. Fisher, Mr. 'Reid, Mr. Ingleton, and two in the steerage. 22.--The barque. Robert Heidersoni, returned to port. 22.-From London, having sailed the...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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Police Court. FREE COURT.—SATURDAY, MARCH 21. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 24 March 1840

POLICE COURT FREE COURIT.-Saturday March 21. Stephen Sword, a cabinet-maker, was charged by   Mrs. Louisa Hayward, of Bathurst-street, with being concealed in her female servant's room. Mrs. Hay- ward deposed that she had seen him there before, and had then warned him of her intention to hand him over to the custody of the police if he was again found in her house. The defendant pleaded that he came there merely to escort the servant; who was under the effects of liquor; and, being a re- spectable man, who ,ad not previously appeared criminally it the court, he was discharged with a reprimand from the Bench. BOND SIDE.-SATURDAY MARCH 21. Mary Levingeon, assigned to Mr Smith, at Mil- ler's Point, charged with being found concealed in a bed in a state of intoxication was sentenced to be confined for ten days in the cells, after which to be returned to her service. Joseph White, charged with being a runaway, was taken into custody by Mr. Mitchell, the chief con- stable, a ...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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SOUTH AUSTRALIA SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 24 March 1840

SOUTH AUSTRALIA SHIP'iNG.. 41u1VA LS.-TFoIruary. 13 Hanmilon, brig, Brad. bury, from'Launestoni Abeona, scboonor, Hawson, from King George's Nound .'Feb. 4, Brankenmoor, barque, Smith, from London, 4th September; B.     'John, barque, Smithy from London; '20th1 Saf toti tot; 0, Jwvl, ship, .17lb tons):Duthidg'frnh PI}+ mnouth, 29th,Octobor; 10, Augusta, barque, Gordon, from Singapore via King George's olund; 15, 1 ater" Witch, schooner, ltolls, from Launceaton; 17, Guiana, barquoe, from Greenock. The Emu, for, some time known as a trader to the adjoining colonic,, has been wrecked at the Cape.-S. A. Gazette.

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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Government Gazette. IMPOUNDED. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 27 March 1840

Goobwrnment Gaiette. IMPOUNDED. At Goulburn, on the-15th'M{arch, 1840 One femitle Heifer,' branded, apparently ICI .off ribs. One white Ox, some brindle spots about the head, branded on near shoulder like A F. conjoined, on near;rump like.FX, and on off shoulder One brindle Bull,. IC off rump. One brown sided.p3ullock, white,back and belly, branded on near iimp RF, and' tresembling IOS on MW nqar shoulder. - One brown sided Oxi some white on the back and belly, branded 8 off rump and shoulder. . ,One byindle.Heifer~ no brn. " One brown poley Cow, 6 off shioulder, and TKi offribs. .... Fom Mr. John Flic?hpoe1s,, d~ulburn .Oz# iiy Mare, long tail; 5lEck points, abgit fyur yearjfld' rtiioda fourthn hnads' high, brand T off side under the iiane,' white Iid' feet, a chlestinut hprse Foal with her, star on the fpielieaa. One bay.Mare, fifteen bands high, docted tail, black points, saddle marks, small white .strea~s .on thd' forehead, white circle round' the near fore foot, goes- lame on t...

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Miscellanea. STORY OF AN AVALANCHE. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 27 March 1840

glr2(selalien. -0 STORY'OF AN'lAVALANCHE. On the 19th of March, 1755, a small cluster of houses at a place called Bar gemotetto, near Denonto, in the upper valley of Stura, was entirelyoverwhelmed by two vast bodies of snow that -tumbled down from a neighbouring' tnountain. All the 'inhabitants were then within doors, except, one Joseph Rochia, and his-son, a. lad of fifteen, who were on the roof of their house;-clearing away the snow.. whieh had fallen:during three days incessantly. A priest going by to mass, having: just; before; observed. ah; body 'of snoi. tuntbling from the mountain to wards theii; had aidvised 'themin toi"ioe down.i: The man deseieniled withi great prepipitation, and fled, with his son; but scarcely had be gone forty steps before his son, who followedl him, fell down; on which, looking back, he saw' his own and his neighliours' houses, in which were twenty-two: peirsons .in all, covered with a high 'mountain of snow.' 'He lified up his son, and reflecting that...

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Poetry. THE LAST WISH. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 27 March 1840

-0 THE LAST WISH. lhe celebrated Wilson, the ornithologist, requested that he might be buried near some~sunny spot, where thie birds would ''ome and sing over his grave. This wish is expressed in the following lines : in':some wild forest shade, Under some spreading oak'l, or waving pine, Or old elm; festooned with the gadding vine, Laid me be laid. In this dim, lonely grot, No foot, intrusive, will disturb my dust But o'er me songs of the wild birds shall burst, Cheering the spot.,i .. Not;asimid charnel Etdhes Or.coffins dark, and thick with ancient mould, WithViattered pall,; lil'fringe of cankered gold. " Miy rest my boiies. But let the dewy, rpse, The snow-drop, and the violet, lend perfume Above the spot wihere,.in my grassy tompb. I take repose. Yearafter ear. Within ti&id'ail;d h'tr d orr'me htiin'g, The chirping wren shall'rear lidrdcalldw young-i' . , Shall build h'er dwelling near' i ' And ever at the purlp. dawinog of.the day The lark shall chant a pei?aogong abo...

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Weekly Meterological Table. VARIATION OF THE THERMOMETER, &c &c. Taken at 6 in the Morn., 12 at Noon, and 6 in the Evening respectively. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 27 March 1840

ýimmiea tldetcorotogical.abic,. SVARIATION OF'TIHl THEIIRMOMETBR,-E &C ., Taken at 6 in the Morn.,i2 at Noon; and 6' in th "' £?ening respeetively. , MA C.? ? c .il ,l N.. , . : 8.. WIND:, FRtDAYi ....:,.20 701.74 70 N,E. Cloudy SATunDu;Y,...;.21. GB6 78 71 N.E. Do SuNnAY .....22 64 76170 N.E.., Do , blounDNP ,.....23 0174 70 1NE, . Clear TUESDAY ....24 64 73 691 N.E.. ,n Do, WVDNps3DA ..25 70 74 70 S.:.,' C!oudy THURnSDAY.. ..26 65 73 68 S.E.,,,!, Clear, , ' . Meai Tem7p.l .O

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 27 March 1840

ORIGIN OF TU TuKRii Boos OF ,T ItI LAND.-Formerly Ireland,' i s a 'vast forest ;o powerfdl was' tlie (egetationafliroe; that it hwas called the " Island of Wood."i iItis pow alin6it''estiu?te of trees; and when, di a flpoday in 4lrinl,, it aji, pears, though bare, full of 'sap 'ln 'youIth, it scener like a young and lovely girl deprived of her hair, It i? not exactly knows at what time, rind by what process, this great destruction was effected. tWe may, however, be asunred, that it wps ibcf:rtheo Christian era, and probebly.at a mucph m"rei'i'sltnt date'.' SoniW' kltributdi il'to o ,.ux~i~orciiiiiry ixun. dation, which uprooted the trees, lovpl.pd?Jlo forests, and buried them in the contre of thehartl?.t tlQhrs, whose opinions are bet~qri aulpported byL sciuntiflc study; belleot that thle ruin of the forests was the resultpt, violent storm??. .AWhel the lofty forests that coveredr tlio'"buntry 'were compact and'i?-tfre, hey afforded each oth?r.mutual support against the violenee of ...

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LENDING A CONGREGATION. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 27 March 1840

LENDING A CONGREGATION. ''-Och, hon 1" exclaimed the otter-killer, " isn't it a murder to see the clargy making such fools of themselves now! When I was young, priests and ministers were hand and glove. It seems to me but yesterday. when Father Patt Joyce, the Lord be good to him! lent Mr. Carson a congregation." S" Eli I what Antony I" said the colonel'; - a con gregation appears rather an extraordinary article to borrow." ' The otter killer explained the mystery thus: r " We were just,as comfortable as we could; be, ,wheh ia??rrier stops at the door with a letter,' ~hicch lhesaidiwasi for Mr. C'arson. Well, when t;he Imihisler opens it, he got'as"white as'a'sheet, and I th'ught he would have fainted. Father Pitt ciossed himself. /Arrah, Pick,~says he, 'the Lord stand boetween,you and evil! is there any thing wrong 1' SI i?n'uined,' says )e, ,',for some 4od piepsbr has i?rtehto the bishop; and "told him ilthai I have no congregation, because you and I- oare so intimate; and. he's c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 27 March 1840

N-O TICE:, i.: THE Office of the Australasian Chronicle is Rem'love` 'from No. 67, Pitt-street, to No. 104, George-street, North. 11larch 7, 1840. TO. SUBSCRIBERS. OUR' Agents are'oii fuinihlicid with Accounts to the end of Marcli, {:and eve i pec'tfully so licit.-.our,:Subscribers to.-pay the amo'uito fi'tlii?iiiubsihiiptidins to their respectiy Agents, who are authoriseil to grant itede6its for the samei'. nun' Our Town Subscribers ai'e ire quested :to:'appriseus; wleiri.aiiy very of their:p p'ersas we .hardv determrined to p.hsjlsthe. r.,.ii ners for aiiy-proved; neglect : l Our,.Couu?try,,?SubDSaclet#e r are infor ed the 'it iost are is'now takenfin mo rwardam their papers throughltith Pst.Officei , nd "w. have reason ii.to..thf, t . hat: . ythey are.?h deeri atclst.4 u'nfiuitm y. y with the greatest :punctuality

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 27 March 1840

Eo toejpotbents..: We have receivedi averaL poetical contributiony, whiph.wil& appear .in succeisan. S.MI :Aicommnuications.to be.oddressed to the Editor, at the .CHuonsciBOQ.ice, Lower George* street, Sydney..- . ". .; w .

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Sydney Market, March 26, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 27 March 1840

March 26, 1840. The price of flour is at present on a rising scale, -but it cannot cuntinue-so"much-longer"'A large' auantity of damagorp,,,4our. w ys? ,tgld.y the Aus. tialian Auction Comps~ y on Tuesday last, some at ps. 4d. per bushdl; and*tlieY emitihd"r' (aling fbilr) at 18s. 6d. per 001lbse Thebprice of wheat is-like' wise on the increase, but other -articles remain pt much the sam6figur6 :before: ''- : S?pun.--Fine; 306. o 4O1,; seconds; 30sx to 35,;; ration, 18s. to 2e. Breadd. to 9d. per 21b, loaf. 'Vheat,' colonial "12s, :6 Gd. per bus hel'" Bran, p'S?". bushel, Is. 6d.. to:. 2. ali?'iy, ser bptshol, 8s. to 9s. Barley,' per ditib, 6s. to es. Oats, per bushel, s.-6dd- to 9s. FPiurT-pPeaches, 3d.+to 2, 6d. per dozen;.apples, ts. 6d. to 4s,. perdozen' grapes, 6d. to2s. per lb.; ear;;s ,t.to '3s per dozen ;,braogds, Is. to 3s. per VOsaroLaLs.-Onions; s d; to 4d. 1pr. lb,, cabbages;2d. to 9Od. each; carrots and tur?ips, 4;4. per bunch potatoop, }2s. toI16a..pqr cwt.,,,,, i,,,, ...

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VESSELS LAID ON, But time of sailing not yet fixed. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 27 March 1840

VESSELS''LA'Ij ON .:' But time of satlbi4'gw yet fixed. Argyle, barquo, rur London 'p1u" hd'and iIbIking, agents. Kinnea,., ship, for London?( Toltu, agent. Brtnitanna, barqueo, f.4t",iye·piops, Aspinall & Co. luissora Merchant;' s.; i(l"M ipniYk..l I$IIW agent, .n. , , i,,, aIhg Fr;-foebarygo,'tor 'the' Ffbhlib, Lister; agJent. 8trhhteldsaye, barquo, for Port Phillip, Nicholas James & Co, agents. Strathltla, barque, for South Australia, V. & E. f Solomon, agents. W'verly,.barquq, for London, A. B. Spark, agent.

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PUBLIC SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 27 March 1840

PUBLIC SALES.. SuA iRE.-Mr. Lyons sold on Mlonday; 176 shares in the Sydney Banking Company; £1 paid up, at 30s. premium,.£440.; ,4'ditto, £2 paid tUp,. at 30.. ditto, £189. Total, . 629. ....: HonsEs.-Mr. Lyons sold on Tuesday, two car. riage horses, one to Mr.;Gaunson for £60, and the other to Mr. Wedderburn for £59. WORaKING BULLOCKS AND lionses.-Mr. S. Lyons sold on Tuesday, two teams of six working bullocks each;?it?£10:13s. ;er head, a bay mare; not broken in, X£15; two chesnut horses, not broken in, one at £60, and one at £59. . W~lEAT, RICE, AND GUNNY BAos.-?Mr. BIack man sold at the Commissariat Stores on Tuesday, 3000 bags of wheat (about 1901bs. in each), from 13s. 7d. to 17s. Id. per 1001bs. ; .190 tons of rice, 5 tons at 14s. 9d. per 100lbs., the remainder at 13s. 7d. per 1001bs; 9000 gunny bags. 31s. to 55s. per 100; 72 bags damaged wheat, from 2s. 6d. to 2s. 9d. per bag. FLorn, TEA, SuoAn, &c.-The Australian Auc tion Company sold on Tuesday, a quantity of. dam...

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Sydney Price Current. March 26, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 27 March 1840

Svl naltsijlxrice QrtfVVent.,:. A quantity of damaged tea was sold ou,Tu'sday.. last,.by the Australian Auction Comprny, at £7 7s. Gd. per chest; and a further quantity Of the same article, in better order, at from £8 2s. Gd. to £8 7s. 6d. Fifty bags of Benares sugar were likewise disposed of at,;heiaame -timi rad' place'at £1 5s. 6d. per cwt.: Tea, hyson skin, per chest, £8 to £9 lis.; hyson, per. 10 catty box. ,£2 5s. to£3;.gunpowder, perip0 cattyboi £2 lds. o £2.15s. Sugar, Maurititst, fine,, per too,.£28 to £30; ditto, brown, £24 to £26 ;'loaf, per lb. 7d. to 7jd.: Rice, per bag. 15s. to 25s. Oil, sperm per tun £80 to £82, black, per tun, £18. Soap, per cwt.,. £ 5s' to £2 15s. Salt, per ton, £5. Ss to £7 7s. Ale, Ounbar's,.per doz., 14s.; Taylor's, jfer hhd., £6 10s.; Porter, Taylor's, per hhd, £6 2s. to £6 5s." Spirits in bond, per gallon, Rum, 6s. to 7s: Gd.; Brandy, 8s; to 9s: ¢d.,; Gin, 2s. 8d. to 4s,6d. Wines per pipe, Sherry, £10 ito £24; Port, £28 Cape, £12 i; Champagne, ...

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Supreme Court. CIVIL SIDE.—MARCH 24. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 27 March 1840

· -- CIVIL SIDE.--MAncu 24. SMonoA v. LvoNs,.-This' was an adtion of as. iumpsit, for recovering the v~ile'df goods sold and 1dllivered to the plalntiff, and was oed of the many' nAlanes of litigation which lihas' arisen thiough the oprincipled condiic' of J. T.'Wilkoh" ' It appeared roip the eyidonce brought' for?iaird in the case, that 0"aihee'l~hai'" been purchased by the plaintiff from Wilon, at'public'auction, for £616, part of which had been duly delivered, but the remainder, notbeing in the plaintiff's possession at the time of Wilson's sudden and fraudulent departure, had been seized by creditors, as part of'his property. Verdict for the plaintiff, damages .6150. 'TiuRsdIAY, MA 1ncr 26, Before Mr. Justice Stephen and a Special Jury. Moona v. FAuNCe.-This was an action of trover to recover value of. certain bullocks, said to be ille gally detained by the defendant from the plaintiff. From the evidence adduced the following appeared to be the circumstances of the case. Six bul...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 27 March 1840

PUBLIC NOTICE. IT HE Undersigned respectfully begs L. leave to acquaint all Parties who may stand indebted for Freight, &c., by the following Traders, viz : The PATERSON. Schooner The YOUNG QUEEN, Cutter The JANE tIILLIAdIS, Ditto, That in consequence of the Ownership of two of the above Vessels being about to pass into other hands, it is requisite that all outstanding accounts due for Freight, &c., be paid on or before the 1st proxilno, either to the Undersigned at his residence, Sydney ; Mr. D. Browvn, Bus h Inn, Paterson; or to Mr. Peter Farquhar, Clarence Town. And all persons having claims against the said Vessels are requested to present the same to the Undersigned, on or before the aforesaid date. The JANE WIILLIAMS will in future be laid on as a constant Trader to the PatLrson. T1IOMAS.MAGNER. Malrket-street, March 16, 1840. 1294. Sl tttalian Slttction Cotlnpanp. N OTICE OF REMOVAL.-The Business of this Company will be removed to the premises'in George-street...

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THE MARCH OF MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 27 March 1840

THE MARCH OF MUSIC. We are now a.days threatened by seeing men of genius spring up by dozens. We may hear one re count all the parts of the orchestra in the sympho nies of Beethoven, and cry-" Progress I progress I Beethoven has employed fifteen designs only; I am about to make a grand advance in the mu. sical art. I am going to write in thirty parts." (No one has a right to hinder him.) A second ge nius appears, enamoured -of the effect of iron and instruments of copper :-again a morement'onwards. This man requires two complete orchestras for the execution of his music. (He may obtain them.) A third aspirant will look down upon these two'or chestras from the height of his magnificence-and lo !"another march of genius. "We shall for the future have iymphonies for five orchestras thus dis tributed; a common orchestra' in the middle, and, four orchestras around consisting of copper instru ments. (It will not be absolutely impossible.) But this is going a very little way. From five we ...

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