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Œuvre de la Propagation de la Foi. Branch Council for Great Britain. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 29 October 1839
Qtavre de la Wropagation de la Foi. " *ranct oeuncil for Great iritain. PATRON-The Right Rev. Dr. Walsh. PRESIDENT-The Right lion. the Earl o Shrewsbury. Vicr.PREsIDENTs-The Right Hon. the Lord Stourton; the Right Hoen. the Lord Clifton; the Hon. Sir Edward Vavasour, Bart.; the Very Reverend Monsignore Acton; the Very Reverend Monsignore Wiseman; the Reverend Randall Lythgoe. S.J.; the Reverend Francis Trappes, Lee House; the Reverend Thomas Hoptonstall, O.S.B.; A. H. Lynch, Esq., M.I'.; Joseph Weld, Esq., Lulworth; Philip Jones, Esq., Llanarth; Francis Riddell, EEiq Cheeseburn Grange; John Selby, Esq, London ; Francis Macdonnell, Esq., Lincoln's lni; Dr. Edward Charlton, Hesleyside; John Vaughan, Esq., Courtfield; Kenelm H. Digby, Esq., Paris; Major Huddlestone, Sawston; John Weld, Esq., Leagram; Ambrose Lisle Phillips, Esq., Grace Dieu Manor; J. Leonard Keasley, Esq., London; Henry Barnewall, Esqi., London; Lewis Pereira, Esq., Masao; C. J. Pagliano, Esq., London ; Thos. Keasley, ...
Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 29 October 1839
S tPjipptng Inttltgene,. :: October 25.-From Manukau, New Zealand, having left the 10th instant, the brig, Bde, Captain Davis, with timber, pork, potatoes; &c. Passenger, Mr. Jackson. 26.-From Enter Island, New Zealand, hair. ing left the 7th instant, the schooner Harlequpin, Captain Kyle, with 91 tuns black oil, bone; &l1. 26.-From Plymouth, having left the 29th June, the barque Florist, Captain Andrews, with 2t)8 Government emigrants, under the su. perintendence of John Hamilton, Esq., R'.N. 27.-From South Australia via Port Philrip, the brig Speculator, with sundries. 27.-The schooner John Dunscombe, 88 tons, McLeay master, from she Bay of Islands, on the 12th of October; cargo, 2500 bushels of maize, and 1800 bushels of wheat. 28 -The ship Trusty, 365 tons, A. Jamison master, from Canton via Hobart Town, having left the former place on:the 12th of June, and the latter on the 15th of October, cargo 300 chests of tea, and sundries. Passengers, Mr. Mrs. and Miss Cla...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 29 October 1839
AB?SITAGCT OF. SALES BY AUCTION. We insertfor the information qf the Paublic, Ota Abstract of all the Public Sales which will take place from this Cdd ' to our next publi cation. By Mr2S.i ` t his Marv( deorg! street, at one a cock?-a quantity of Loaf Sugar. .B' Mr:,FS,. Lynns;.atbhis Rooms .eorge lonUschuld Fornitute. '' TO-MORROWi e F'.'y Mr. S. L ynis,. at his Rooms, Oeorge, street, at II o'clock--three oasegg Merohaadise, one bale Navy Blue Prints. . - ON-q'HURSDAY. ~' ": By.M1r. S. Lyons, at Mesis'.Aspitiall,.r0o*n: 3i Co.'s VWharf, Darling :Harldir',,' at one o'clock-the" whlole of Veturned `Stores of the ship Govelior Halket, cdasistiug of pri6viions.'
Vessels in London laid on for the Colonies, For Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 29 October 1839
Vessels in London laid on for the Colonies &nbsp; &nbsp; For Sydney. The Mary Ann, Stillman master, was entered outwards with convicts, on the 11th of June. Advertised. The Inglis, with Mr. Marshall's emigrants; Piscator, schooner, for Sydney and New Zea- land; Hope, Cockburn, master; Mary, with Marshall's emigrants, calling at the Cape for refreshment; Hope, Coombes, master, which had lately arrived from this port. Loading. The Samuel, Dryade, Orient, Duncan, Flo- rentia, Thomas King, and Trident. &nbsp; For Van Diemen's Land. The Marianda; for Hobart Town, was at Deal on the 20th June; the Persian, Sparks, mas- ter, for Hobart Town; Indian, for Launceston ; Derwent, for Hobart Town. Loading. The Gratitude, Blake, Layton and Mayflower. Miscellaneous. H. M. S. Buffalo, sailed on the 12th of June, from Brixham, for Canada and New Zealand, to take in a cargo of spars for the Government. This vessel has already taken in two similar car- &nbsp; goes, from...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 29 October 1839
Birth, and Marriages. &nbsp; &nbsp; BIRTH. —On the 28th instant, at half-past 9 A. M., Mrs. J. M. O'Brien, 47 Philip-street, &nbsp; of a daughter. MARRIAGES. —By special License by the Rev. Wm. Cooper, at Saint Phillip's Church, Mr, F. O'Brien, proprietor of the Monitor, to Sophia Statham, fifth daughter of, E, S. Hall, Esq., of Goulburn-street East Sydney. At Maitland, on the 22nd instant, by the Rev. R. Blain, Mr. Samuel D. Gordon, of Sydney, to Eliza, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Peter Dickson, Borgue, Kirkcudbrightshire, Scotland.
Dutch Prisons. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 29 October 1839
Dutch Prisons. THE prisons of Holland have for a century past formed an honourable ex ception to the general rule of such establishments. Seventy years ago, the excellent Howard found reason to commend the regulations according to which they were governed, and bestows a full measure of praise upon the classification observed and labour en forced in them, which stood out in strong contrast to the drunkenness, idleness, immorality, and disease, which pervaded the prisons of all the other states of Europe. Holland has still retained her supe riority in this respect. As soon as the Dutch were freed from French rule they proceeded to make improvements in the organization of their gaols, and in a few years enforced them through out the kingdom. Since their sepera lion from Belgium, they have added several valuable ameliorations, and have adopted a plan of proceeding likely to point out from time to time to the governing body any modifications which may tend to the perfection of their syst...
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. October 23, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 29 October 1839
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. October 23, 1839. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Joseph Long Innes Esq., J. P. to be Visiting Jus- tice of the House of Correction, at Carters' Barracks. The general objects of the following Bills are advertised " Hawkesbury Benevolent Society's Bill," " A Bill to amend the Presbyterian Churches Act," " A Bill to Legalise Capartner ships in which Spiritual persons are Shareholders." Notification that Luddenham, Pen- rith, is within the: operation of the second clause of the Act, 2 Vic. No. 18, as amended: by the 3rd Vic. 13, which permits the sale of beer at cer- tain places in quantities not less than two gallons. &nbsp; Tenders wanted for supplying a lower mast for the Revenue Cutter &nbsp; Prince George. &nbsp;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 29 October 1839
sales; y yAuc t ons. LOAF .`'SUGAR. For Ithe Beleiflt df whom it may concern. 'O. BE SOLD BY AUCTION, S y Mr. S. r.yons, At l'is Auction Rooms, George.Atrdet, THIS DAY, Tuesday the 29th instant, at 1 o'clock precisely, F [VE casks, about half a ton each,' .L' and three ullage casks of LOAF SUGAR,. slightly dlamaged. ' ar Terms made known attime ofsale. 350 Furniture, &4c., Eu " $,esostris." For the Benefit of whom it may ýº .Concern. O B" "SOLD' BY'' AUCTION, .. . :y. Mr.. S. LyODS,??: At his Temporary Auction' Rooms, Geoge street, THI$,-DAY, Tuesday, the 29th, at . T'welve o'clock precisely, ,. -.., ,? . ROSEWOOD;, Card, ?aud Lool ., Tables,'damaged'by salt'watdr Sieboard, ditto ' t " ? -o'FngTablh dtto' : . . :' -Chairs, ditto. . ? ? ' Wrifing'eDesks, ditto t . A Ladies' Work.Boxes, ditto Liraryy Tables, ditto. A'; fter which, " Ten bales'of Wool Bagging.. S '`Terms made known'at time'of sale. ;A5'i &Sorc A Ale, Porter,4' 'Confectioner y. ZMir. Samuel Lyons Will of...
POETRY. "THE SOWER." MATT. XIII. I. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 29 October 1839
POETRY. " THE SOWER." MIATT. XIII. 1. I saw a pathway-trodden, hard, uneven Some scattered Seed from Sower's hand fell there; When, quickly came the gathering fowls of HIIeaven, And ticked it up-and left the way side bare. I saw a stony ground--and thin and light The covering soil; the scattered' Seed there sprang Rapidly up,-fierce burned the Sun and bright: Wanting deep earth, the scorched Crop withering hung. I saw a thorn? 9ground-there fell the Seed; In vain it vegetated-vain it tried .To rive above the soil,-the thorn and weed Choked its growth-and thus it sterile died ! 4 I saw a soil-genial, and deep, and good The scattered Seed there fell from Sower's hand; It quickened, rose, and ripened, lofty stood A glorious Harvest-covering all the Land I 1 I saw a man-his steps were careless slow, Entei by chance the Temple of the Lord; He gazed around-indifference on his brow Then sat and listened to the preached Word; Jesus he felt a moment heavenly, But Satan came, and robbed him o...
ADDRESS. TO THE CATHOLICS OF GREAT BRITAIN. Feast of St Peter's Chair at Antioch, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 29 October 1839
ADDRESS. TO THE CATHOLICS OF GREAT BRIrAIN. Feast of St Peter's Chair at Antioch, 1839. 'l'ua ~Euvre de la Propogation de la?Foi,:originally established at' Lyons, with' the purpose of collecting by small weekly subscriptions, funds for the support of; foreign missions, has, by recent statutes, under the seal of the Council of Paris, and bearing date October, .1338, and Jadriry, 1839,: charged us, the council above named, with they task of introducing th.ir orgainizaiion to the notice of the Catho liopublic in this country. Our labour is the lighter, and our hopeseof success are the more sanguine, because we are well aware that to many. of those whom'. we have the honour to address, the objects of the Parent Society are already known; and that thre, areonot a few persons in this country whose charity has already extended itself to these objects by private collections. We feel, there fore, that we are not so much soliciting their pgatronage for a now and strange charitable institutio...
Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. ON THE WANDERINGS OF THE HUMAN MIND, IN SEARCH OF KNOWLEDGE. No. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 29 October 1839
istgtnal eoevs eouvre ence. To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. ON THE WANDERINGS OF THE HUMAN MIND, IN SEARCH OF KNOWLEDGE. No. 8. " As we do not perceive in what manner the beauty of the body changes in old age, so, also our mind, we being unaware,. frequently is bent from the state of rectitude and from the form of religion, uuconbciously grows old and may be perverted."-ST. OUo. Stsa,--Sad experience has proved bow insen sibly tlie human mind may be led. into,the most dangerous errors, into the wildest delu sions. Some fanciful idea starting on the minnd's eye, its perusing a plain textc of Scrip. ture, the reader fixes ameaulng and exposition of his own imaginatiom to the saored words, he thinks ih heas made some impurtdnt discovery, he begins to draw sonie religious theory from tills new light ; a novel doctrine is .pro poundetl, and some dangerous innovation is introduced. The stable. anid those fixed in the " old' aid'secure w ays" take the alarm and con demn the in...
LOCAL. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 29 October 1839
LOCAL. The inhabitants of the Hunter's River districts are placed in a position of very great inconvenience at this moment, in consequence of the Sheriff having put under prohibition the steamers Tamar and Sophia Jane, late the property of J. T. Wilson. These vessels, of course, no longer ply, and the communication between the capital and the districts in question is suspended. By the Maitland packet, it is understood that 174 persons have sailed! We beg, for &nbsp; the public convenience' sake, that the parties empowered to do so, will bring the sale of the said vessels to an issue as soon as may be, for the existing hindrance to business is really grievous. &nbsp; It strikes us forcibly, that in all cases it a very desirable that steam packets should be the property of companies, and not of individuals. By the latter arrangement the public convenience is always liable to impediment; whereas, if the packets were the property of a company, no stoppage could arise. We...
The Chronicle. Sydney: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 29 October 1839
Sydney: TUESDAY, OCTOBER, 29, 1839. We have now arrived at the end of our first quarter, and may without any &nbsp; improper feeling congratulate our friends upon the success of the Aus tralasian Chronicle; a success which is unquestionably beyond precedent in the newspaper history of these colonies. At the time of our commencement, there were more than twenty journals published regularly in this and the neighbouring colonies, some of which had a very extensive circulation; and although we have scrupulously avoided the usual attempts to force a circula tion, yet at the end of three months we can count more subscribers than any journal in this part of the world, with the exception of two or three which, being almost exclusively commercial, are neccessarily read by all parties. Even these we have no doubt will very soon be behind us, as every day adds new names to our list. We have reason, therefore, to be grateful for the support which a liberal public has bestowed on us. It ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 29 October 1839
ST MEETING hbld on Sunday, 29th ult.at the temporary Roman Catholic Chapel, at Port Philip, the following Itesolutions were adopted : Mr. D. KELSH, in the Chair. Moved by Mr. Robert Hayes, seconded by Mr. J. Carroll Resolved-That it is a subject of deep gratifi cation to the Roman Catholics of Melbourne and its vicinity, to find themselves at length in pus session of a temporary commodious place of Wor ship, and so economically constructed, that the materials may hereafter be at value for sale, or for the purposes of a permanent Church. Moved by Rev. P. B. Geoghegan, seconded by Rev. H. Walsh. Resolved-That our thanks are gratefully offered to the esteemed individuals of other per suasious, who have so generously aided us in erecting a place to Worship God according to the religion of our conscience ; and we pledge ourselves to maintain, to the utmost of our power, the liberal Christian spirit, which at present dis tinquishes the district of Port Philip. Moved by Mr. A. Bodecin, sec...
Quarter Sessions. Saturday, Oct. 26th. Before the Chairman and a Civil Jury. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 1 November 1839
4uwttuteit *e080tOn. Saturday, Oct. 26th. Before the Chai man aslid a Civil Jury. Margaret Wood was placed at the bar, charged with stealing four £10, one £20, and three L1 notes (£63 in all), from the person of a livery-stablelieepero!f the name of Dixon; and four men, nam\d Noonan, Numvery, Bryan, and Reid. wele at the same time indicted for receiving part of the said money, knowing it to hlave been stolen. The Jury after some consideration found the prisoness Woods, Nonan, and Nnmvery guilty, aid arquitted Bryan and Reid. Woods war sen tenroed to serve twelve months in' the Feniale Factory, and the men to work two years in an iron-gang. Monday, October 28. Mr. Welutead, late Governor of the House of Correction (Carter's Barracks), was placed at the bar, on the charge of assaulting William John Dyer, a prisoner of the crown, acting as clerk at the said gaol. In consequence of the contradictory and suspicious nature of the evidence for the prosecution, the prisoner was discharged. ...
Supreme Court. Wednesday, October 30, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 1 November 1839
tuprem?e Court. Wedneyday, October 30, 1839. Before their Honors the three Judges in Banco. Lyons v. Polak.--Mr. Windeyer, on behalf of the defendent in this case, applied for an extension of the rule nisi, return= able this day, on the ground that the affidar wits on the part of the prosecution were so numerous that the time allowed had been insufficient for the filing of other affidavits to meet them. The Attorney General con ::nted to such extension, on condition of being allowed to file other affidavits in the interim. An extension was accordingly granted until Saturday the 9th of no vember.
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. October 23, 1839. Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 1 November 1839
GOVERNMENT, GAZETTE. October 23, 1839. Znlpoundings. Impounded at Yeass, on October 12, 1889, the iollowing ,Castle, vis. One brindle Steer, branded on off rump PH. One red yearling Steer, branded.on off rump and shoulder JY. One blank yearling Heller, branded off side M In a circle. One black and white Cow, brand. ed off rump MS. One black yearling Bull, white rump and belly, apparently unbranded. One red Steer, branded near rump *. One black working Bullock, branded off rump N. One black Cow, branded off thigh DS. One red Cow, branded off rump TIt. One black and white Bull Cal', top of the off ear cut off,. . parenttly unbranded. One r hositul Entire t;olt, branded o on off shoulder FW, apparently two years old. It thie above Cattle are nit claimed or released in twenty four days from this date, they will be sold agreeably to Act of Coudcil. BENJAMIN HILDoan, Poundkeeper. 1859.. One light red and white yerulini Steer, branded on rump andl thigh right ride JF, Sun. der. '"One red s...
Van Diemen's Land. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 1 November 1839
Van Diemnen's Land. From our own Correspondent. HonAnT Town, OCT. 8, 1839 -I have re ceived up. to your 11th numberi and feel great pleasure at the success you have experienced. The improvement in the paper;is very evident. Just now I shall remark little on the state of our affairs in this Colony. The Government have at length ordered a grant of the disputed property to be issued in the name of three tius. tees, on THr ROUMAN CATHOLICS :-1st, the Colonial Secretary; 2nd, the Vicar General; 3rd, the Resident Clergyman, all for the timer being. The grant will be ready this week, and thanks to the exertions of our good Clergyman, a Church will be immediately commenced. It is truly gratifying to speak of this really good man, Mr. Therry; he is universally beloved; the chapel is crowded with Protestants and other Dissenters, who take an interest in every thing he does and says. His zealand laboursare un. bounded-from morning till night, he is ever at the same object-you have for the pres...