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Tracts for the Times. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 1 October 1839
mvactt forx tF E inttto. (From thle Cork ,.outhern Reporter.) The anonalous use made of Religion to foment discord and keep alive the fearful spirit of intolorance and perse oution, is one of the most prominent evils ariaing.fronmtis, conneotion with the state. lt has'been uo' in all ages and'ill countries. On. aof'the most benignant ordinances of Christianity is, that " we should do unto others as we should wish to be done by"-one of the highest intrinsic indications of the divine. source of Christianity is the command it enjoins, " to loveo our neighbours as ourselves ;"-and yet how little has either of them been attended to in the rancorous contests which polemics have engendered, or in the,grievous persecutions .which they encouraged. This arose not from a desire to draw the opposing party from error, for if that were the case the same benevolent feelings that caused .an anxiety for their eternal happiness would induce a correspond ing desire for the temporal welfare of those to...
Colonial M'Ghee's. To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 1 October 1839
Colonial 1MI'Ghee's. To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. SIR,-The article taken from the Dublin Review, and published in your paper of the 17th, on the subject of Mr. " Ingenious device." M'Ghee's forgeries, presents an apt illustration of the conduct of certain colonial editors. The Colonist was the first paper to publish the libel on the Rev. JOHN BRADY. The Sydney Gazette wishing to have it believed that its own means of procuring information, were even greater than those of the Colonist, not only adopted the libel of the paper, but it also vouched for its accuracy,- h3Iwits Editor justified the libel on the day of its trial is already known to the publio. Gracious goodness ! how short sighted the supporters of these wretch e&l prints must be not to perceive that the cause which both pretend to sup. port and extend, must be a bad one when it* advocates have, by the show ing of _its 'friends, recourse to the armoury of satan,* for weapons with which to attack Cath...
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 1 October 1839
LOal o a ?utt .ltgence.: PoeTRY.-tdV havef received 'a cail lection' of Poems by Mr. Beverly:';' Suttor, which appear to us to have a'at'!:' least 'the rare. and distinguished merit . of'perfect originality. We shall givoe an extract in-our next. , AUSTRALTAN'? CLUB. -The Austrai lian. Club House in .Bent-street, which,: has lately undergone a thorough repair, is again opened for the accommodation.:i.? of the members. A .general meeting: .will be held on the 15th proximo, for :. the purposes of balloting f'or members, and arranging other business connect-. ,.'. ed with the club.: ." EDUCATION.-TWO meetings arecoiion0 aened for"'to-mnorro of two societies', -? as opposed in ?their;:views :as .they -ap pear'to be earnest in their grand '-mu tual object; namely; general Educati en.- They are the meetiiig of' the Di ocesan Committee in.the School Room ofSt. James', at one o'clock, for- the establishnient ofra Board of EdLucation for the scholastic connexion Kith the Church of England,an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 1 October 1839
Catholic MudrcB ant -vrool A1ouse. -. A T a numerous meeting of the Ca A tholic inhabitants of North Richmond and Currajong, held at the house of Mr. James Walsh, on Sunday, 15th September, for the purpose of.adopting the most effective arrange ments towards the erection of a Church and School-house; the following resolutions were adopted: Mr. John Kingswood was unanimously called to the chair-Mr. James Maguire was requested to act as Secretary. , It was proposed by Mr. James Walsh, se. 'conded by Mr. James Duffy. Resolved-- That we, the undersigned, Her Majesty's loyal and dutiful subjects, deeming ourselves equally entitled to support as any other denomi. nation of Christians, do most respectfully inform His Excellency and Council, that in this district there is no School.house-(except a private re sidence) -no Clergyman paid to attend us-that we are depending for religious instruction on the voluntaryservices of the Rev. J. Brady, of Wind. sor, who, although unpaid, spends severa...
Theatre of Arts, Bridge-street. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 1 October 1839
Theatre of Arts, Bridge-street. &nbsp; We have just been to see Mr. Barlow's Exhibition, and have been both surprised and delighted at the novelty and ingenuity displayed by the Artist in its construction. -There are representations of a thunder storm; mechanical figures, which move in time to music, fire guns, &c. ; and beauti- ful paintings done in distemper, represent- ing Illawara, Port Essington, &c. We can assure our readers, that they may spend an hour very agreeably at this little theatre.
Death of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 1 October 1839
Death of the Standard. We regret to announce the demise of this celebrated lusus naturae. He had been a miserable abortion from his birth, and be- ing considered a sort of monster, was, refus- ed baptism by the Bishop of Australia. From that hour, he has led a diseased and lingering life, and for some months has been obliged to appeal to the public for the means of existence, on account of the dearth of the times. The Methodists at one time thought of making him a local preacher, and actual- ly sent him a few bushels of maize ; but he failing to answer their expectations, they withdrew their support; and, after endur ing a painful sickness, brought on by star vation, he fell into a state of delirium, and expired yesterday evening, exclaiming, " no peace with Rome, but Orange to the backbone." Reader, pray for his soul. Correspondent.
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. September 22, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 1 October 1839
GOVERNMENT; GAZE TTE. Septemnber 22, 1803. 1. Proclamation, by the Governor, appointing Courts of Quarter Sessions to be held at Berrima. 2. General objeoct of the following bills.: 1. A Bill to provide for Trial by Jury;, at the Courts of: Quarter Sessions, to be held.,at Berrima. 2. A -Bill for -abolishing, Arrest on Mesne Process in Civil &nbsp; Actions. 3. A Bill for extending the remedies of Creditors against the property of their Debtors. 4. Bill to authorise the Estab lishment of Markets in certain Towns in the Colony. &nbsp; Yearly Leases of Land 3: With reference to the Regula tions of 1st August, 1831, for the &nbsp; Leasing of Crown Lands, His E xcel- &nbsp; lency the Governor directs it to be notified, that in all future cases where Crown Lands are to be Let by Auction, and before the bidding on each lot is accepted, the Yearly Rent, if not ex ceeding Five Pounds,will be demanded at the fall of the hammer; and if above Five Pounds, a depos...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 1 October 1839
Sales by' Autction. sltittrottg', . tenrinarV IlRepotitote, At the Periodical Sale, on Thursday, the 3d of Octobei, at I2 o'clock, wiill be Sold, O NE Pair of Bay Geldings, with black points,, fifteen hands two inches high, three years old, having excellent.action, andt have been accustomed to run together in a gentleman's carriage. One grey Gelding,. sixteen hands- high, four years old, good in saddle and harness, and a superior fencer. One grey. Gelding, fifteen hands- one inch high, four years old, broke in for riding. One bay Golding, with - black- points, fifteen hands two inches high, broke in to.saddle. These Horses are warranted sound, and may be seen at the Repository after the arrival of the ]Maitlanid Steanmer, to-morrow, the 28th instant, till.the day of. Sale... .. After which -will be Sold, 1 Four Mitch Cows, with Calves Two Carriages Three Gigs One Bullock Dray One American tilted Spring Cart. STerms at time of Sale. Sale of Sheep and Horned Cattle at. .Dangog, 'in th...
Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 4 October 1839
zmpoundings. Impounded at.Patrick's Plains, on Septem ber (3, 1839 One brindle-sided Heifer, branded WD near hip, One red Cow, little white on romp, branded PC rump, J D ribs, and M on shoulder off side. 2 AII PC One dark red Bullook, branded PS off ramp, TR near rump. One brindle Cow, branded HW off rump, JE near thigh, 8 on shoulder. One red yearling Bull, branded like 8 off rump. At One red and white yearling Btill, ear mark ed, brand on the hip and ribs illegible. One black and white yearling Bull, no visible brand. One brindle and white yearling Bull, no visible brand. One red and white female Calf, branded PR on off rump and thigh. One light brindle Cow and Calf, branded PK off rump. JM near rump. One black Cow, branded MI near rump, Y off rump, on off shoulder illegible. One yellow-sided Cow, branded K near rump. I One grey Cow, right ear slit, branded WR off rump, 1H near lump, 0 off ribs. One red Steer, white on back and belly, branded IC off rump, IO near rump. One red pol...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 4 October 1839
ARRIVArLS. OCT. 3.-The brig Melrose, 288 tons, Ni. cholson, from London, the 17th of May, with a general cargo. Passengers, Messrs. John Ford sham, Thomas F. Monu, James Stannaford, Arthur Gravely, John levoeidge, Joseph Field, William Alexander Bissett, James Welch, and William Mallyn. 3.-The barque Governor Halket, 322 tons, Bolger, from the South Sea Fishery--she sailed from Sydney in July 1837, and has now on board 1650 barrels of sperm oil. DIPARTIURES, SEPT. 27.-For Hobart Town, the barqne Indemnnilt (Captain Roberts, with rice. Pas sengers, sydney Stephaen, Esq., Lady, family, and three servants, Mrs. Mason and child, Mrs. Arthur, and Sarah Wade. 27.-For the Whale Fishery, the barque Alert, Captain Palmer, with whaling stores.
[HIS EXCELLENCY'S REPLY.] [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 4 October 1839
[His EXCELLENCY'S REPLY.3 GENTLEMEN,-I beg you to accel)t. my very sincere thanks fir this Address, and for the kind welcomeewhich you have given me to your beau tifultdistrict. I assure you, Gentlemen, that I- have long desired'to pay you a visit, 'for though the ad. vantages offered, byIllawarra to the settler have been but recently appreciate to the full extent which they deservm tl 6 of it as one of nature's loveliest spots, `ad'reached me long be fore I had 'any thought or prospect of being connected' as 1 noiv ave the honor to be with the people of Australia. I.shall esteem myself most fortunate, Gentle men, if my present visit can be turned in any wan to your advantage. I 'take an interest, I can assure you, not less lively, than that which was felt by my late predecessor in the improve ment of your harbour, and-I am happy to say that my first inspection of the works, which are in.progress, has satisfied me that they are pro. ceeding on the best plan which could have been ado...
Mr. Peck's Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 4 October 1839
v. Peonec't's ý>on evt. Amongst the passing events of the day, Coo. certs now form a prominent feature, and we oould wish that they might long continue to do so if well conducted and got up with-aview ton wards the advancement of the science. Mlns:e, although not a recogni-ed agent in political economy, has always exerted a powerfiul infln. ence over the progressive civilization of a pen ple, and it is therefore of paramount eonse quence that in a' young country the taste of the. inhabitants receive a good direction in the be. ginning. We are sorry to say that the ten. dency of some of the late concerts has not been favouralsle to the cultivation of a sound musical taste To begin ourcriticism with theoverture Mr. Peek has proved himself a nmusscian of de cided talent, and still he selects two such over tures as the " Two Blind Men," and the " Ala. niac," the first (at least as perfinlmed at Ihis concert) being a very poor oboid solo, with as poor oclhestral accompaniments; the ar...
Van Diemen's Land. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 4 October 1839
Wal eDirettcect's a iePttp. We have received Van Diemen's Papers to the 10th ultimo. There had been but slight alteration in the price of colonial produce since the last accounts fromn Hobart Town. Wheat was from 20s. to 24s. per bushel ; flour, 541. to 561. per ton; hay, 61. to 71. per ton; pota toes. 151. to 161. per tons Rain was still much'wanted in most parts of the Island; and the spring was by no means forward. Mr. Askin Morrison had received advice of the formation, in England, of anew Bank named the British Australasian ; the Ma= naging director of which, Mr. Boucher, may be'dailyexpected. In the mean time, remit tances have been made to Mr. Morrison to meet any bills accepted by the Directors, payable in Van Diemen's Land. The share list of a Company forming at Hobart Town, to be called the "Deep Sea Fishing Company," was fast filling up; a:id a meeting of the shareholders was about to be shortly called. A new Journal, to be called " The Muss quito," and conducted by Mr. T...
South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 4 October 1839
......... outI3u.0alU a. ? A Government Qrder, dated Sept.-' 7, 1839, announces, that-'-! in pursu *ance of an Act passed by the Go-. vrrnor in Council, on the .above day, n entitled, " An Act to impose certain! rates and duties upon wheat and 'other . i grain, flour and biscuit, exported from; the province of South Australia, and?- to prevent the clandestine, exportation of the same," His Excellency, in' Council, has ordered, that until fur-.:' thor notice, the amount of duty. pay-. able upon. the exportation of any bis- i, .cuit, wheat, flour or :wheat,, oats, oat meal, barley, barley meal, maize, rice, ground riceo, and paddy, shall be on each article £, sterling forevery 100o lbs. weight, and so on in proportion. 'According to the provisions ofthe Act, none of the above.montioned articles can be embarked ,for .expor-, i tation without a written authority from. the Colonial Secretary, on pain of , fotfeiture.