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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 12 November 1839
Zmpoundings. ? Impounded at Bong Bong PoundA October 25. 1839:-One red and vwhite u |u stagg, branded on the off run?p AMn. One red Bul* lock, branded on the rits near aids FK, on the near rump a brand not legil~ ? On?e blue aided Bullock white back and ?,ly, hind legs white, abort tail, branded off ,,rup m N, on the thigh 3, the near should ,r J.L conjoined, piece cut out of the rightlear. One brindle Hullock, hoop horns, whit back and belly, branded the nnear rump r, o the off rump R T. One red aided Hu lock, wbtte back aind belly, branded the nea rump PT, on the off rump J C. One black sided Bullock, while back and belly, branded n the near sumlp P T, on the off shoulder H, "lit in the right ear. One red sided Bullock, white back anid belly, branded on the ribs the ,ear ide F K, hear runmp a brand nct legible Oqe red and white Bullock, white legs bralnded the off hip G G or C, on the off shoulder FS, some other brands not legible. ''One strawberry g iulloek, .branded on the ribs ...
Catholic Institute OF GREAT BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 12 November 1839
,Catholic Institute of GREAT BRITAIN. THE first annual meeting of this Institution was held yesterday at the Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen :street. Mr. Woeble having been called to the chair, he read a letter from Lord Shrewsbury, dated Paris, May 26thb, apologizing for not being able to be in England in time to preside at the meeting. Mr. Smith, Secretary, then read a report, which stated that three sub. committees had been formed-one for finance, another for the publication of tracts, and a third for general purposes. The amount of the subscriptions since the formation of the society in July last was £790 10s. 3d. The committee had.taken the house, No. 14, Soho-square, for the purpose of the institution. Many popular tracts and works had been published, and upwards of 35,000 copies circu lated. They had paid £14 1s 4d. costs in the cause of Breeks against Woolfrey [bear, bear], and had con tributed £15 for enabling certain Ca tholic ladies to vindicate themselves for a gross lib...
LOCAL. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 12 November 1839
LOCAL. GnaNo CONCEnT.-We beg to remind our readers, that Monsieur Gautrot's Concert takes place to-morrow, at the Royal Hotel. ohe programme is particularly attractive. SEnRovs ACCIDEN .-As a cabriolet belong ing to gentleman in Sydney, was coming down Hunter.street, on Sunday afternoon, about six o'clock, the horse took fright and ran down the street at a furious rate. One of the ladies being frightened made a spring to get out ; as she got over the s'de, her gown caught some part of the cab, and she fell violently on the back of her head. She was carried insensible to the nearest surgeon. We are sorry to state that there are very little hopes entertained for her life. The horse stopped shortly afterwards. If the young lady had kept her seat, she would have been perfectly safe. The rest, (two gen tlemen, a lady and child) suffered no harm, having kept their seats. We since understand that the lady is dead. SYTNEY BANK.-The success of this under taking, shews in the most decided man...
CHARACTERS—No. I. The Old Boys. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 12 November 1839
CHARACT!ERS-No. I. .The Old Boys." MANY of our readers have heard of that facetious and remarkable net of individuals, who, under the imposing title of " Old Boys," render them selves remarkable for the peculiarly funny pranks which they are continu ally playing off, to the infinite delight and amusement of themselves and the public. It was once erroneously sup posed that this highly interesting class of individuals were to be met with only in the precincts of the " Modern Babylon"--where, like the immortal " Pickwick" and his no less illustrious followers, they have attained a most enviable degree of fame and popula rity. With the bar-maids of that vast metropolis, they are all-prevailing, and in the " slips" of the upper boxes of every theatre; they make* them selves at once the delight and orna ment of the select companies by which they are generally surrounded. Some of these choice spirits, we feel proud to say, are to be met with in Australia,. and in every respect, they are wo...
Van Diemen's Land. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 12 November 1839
Van Diemen's: L3i*d. We have Hobart T'own papers to the 2nd instant. We extract the following: At the latter end of last week, we re, ceived several doleful accounts of the con dition of the crops, catised. by the recent hot and heavy winds; and. this, too, tnore especially, from the districts of New Nore folk and Hamnilton. I'he bountiful and blessed rain, however, which has; fallen since Sunday, and which, by to:day's post, we learn, has been very general, as well'as copious, will, we confidently hope, refresh and resuscitate the parched-up corn, and produce, after all, what is so rreatly wanted-a good harvest!--Colonial Times. SHIP BUILDINb.-A Ship Building Coin parv, composed of Messrs. Biltun, Haig, Goldsmith, Mleaburn, and Williamson, are just about to io'mmence, or, the' ground lately purchased from Mr. Mortimer, where an extensive and well sheltered building yard. and patent slip; areito be erected; an enterprise .""v nmuch required, and de, serving of enco 'raRement. The pa...
POETRY. LINES WRITTEN IN AN ALBUM. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 12 November 1839
\ POEThT.'. LINES WRITTEN IN AN ALBUM. WnAT `is gn Album ? 'Tis like a shore, Whereo'we find, as we may, oa the wave wa'sh'd sand, When liush'd for a while is the ocean's roar, The geins it has left on the lonely strand: So the Albutm's faithful pages keep Full maniy a gem from oblivion's deep. What is an Album ? 'Tis as the scene, Where each steps on, and departs in turn, 'Where the" grave has passed, and the gay has been, And the sage has left us some truth to learn; Where aged add young have appeared in their day, Sustained their part, and so passed away. What is an Album ? A garden fair, With'flowers of varied form and worth, Some of sober hue, some of beauty rare, " Some of sweetest scent that perfumes the earth; And here may we pleasantly pass the hour, And regale, like the bee on the fragrant flower. What is an Album ? Alas I it may be Like the turf where the blossom expands o'er the grave; Where the faithful floweret entwined we see With the trophies and tombs'of the loved a...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 12 November 1839
Shipping Intelligence. &nbsp; ARRIVALS. November 8.-Fiom Manilla, having left the 4th August, the brig Grecian, Capt. Richards, witll sugar, &c. 10.-From Liverpool, via Hobart Town, having left the former port the 7th June, add the latter the 1st instant, the brig William Carey. Captain Glenday, with merchandise. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, Mr and Mrs. Gerrison, Mr. and Miss Cran, and five in the steerage. 10.-From Launceston, having left the 6th instant, the brig Caroline, Captain Stains, with sundries, &o. Passengersa-Mrs. Francis, Mrs. Miller and two children. 10 -From Falmouth, having left the 1st of August, the barque MARY ANN, Capt. Hillman, with 142 female convicts, 18 children, 2 free females and 4 children, under the superin- tendence of Dr. Bland, R.N. DEPArTURES. November 8.-For Port Essington, H.M.S. Alligator, under the command of Sir Gordon Bremer, K.C.B. K C.H. For Valparaiso, on Saturday last, the ship Sesostris, Captain Row, in ballast....
Friday, November 8th.—Before the Chief Justice. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 12 November 1839
Friday, November 8th. — Before the Chief Justice. Eliza Warburton was placed at the bar on an indictment of perjury, having in the course of July last prepared a false charge of assault at the Police Office against one Evans Thomas. The prisoner being unprovided with counsel, her defence was undertaken, at the request of His Honour by Mr. Purefoy, whose strenuous exertions on the behalf of the prisoner did him great honour. Several witnesses having been called to prove that at the time of the alledged assault, the prosecutor did not come at all within reach of the prisoner. She was found guilty, and sentenced to seven years trans- portation. Before Mr. Justice Willis. Stephen Brennan, was indicted for shooting, (with intent to kill,) at Levi Bardesley, at Green Swamp, on the road to Bathurst, on the 23rd of August last, and being found guilty, he was sentenced to be transported for life. Saturday, November 9th. — Before Mr. Justice Willis. Henry Allen was indicted for the wilful mur...
MOUNTED POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 15 November 1839
MOUNTED POLICE. In the year 1835 the Mounted Police consisted of:-1 Commandant at 7s. 6d. per diem, I Clerk at is. ditto, 1 Sergeant Major at 1s. 6d. ditto, 3I1(ffcers in charge of Divisions each at 4s. ditto, 0 Serjeaots ditto at is. ditto, 16 Corpn rals ditto at 9d. ditto, 84 Troopers ditto at 6d. ditso.-Total 112. These rates of pay being in addition to their military pay and allowances. [I 1836 the following additions were made to the'atrength of the Corps: -3 Officers as Visit Ing Magistrates each at 4s. per diem. 1 Ser. jeant at Is. 6d. ditto, 12 Troopers each fd. ditto, 3 Scourgers, (prisoners of the Crown) each Is. ditto. Of these, the addition of the three officers, six troopers, and three scourgers was intended to carry into eff'ect the recommendation of the Pollee Committee of 1835, for the appoint ment of visiting Justices in those parts of the Colony whete there, was no resident Magis trates. The remaining augmentation was com posed of the Mounted Orderlies consisting o...
Extracts from the Report of the Debate ON NATIONAL EDUCATION. House of Commons, June 24. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 15 November 1839
I:xtract0 from tbe ueport of the Derbate. NATIONAL EDUCATION. House of Commons, June 24. Sir R. Bateson presented petitionS fromn 'Dunmore, Londonderry. against any further i grant totlie'College of Mayinooth, and against the government plan of education, and from ithe King's County, in 'favour 'of the measnres for the bettir'observan'e-of the Lord's Day, and -against Sunday travelling. The 'O'Corinor "Don presented several peti 'tiotis, frtm the Comttty Roscommon,;in favour of corporate reform in Ireland. Mr. O'Connell presented a petition from 'TVaterford, comilaining of the -state of prison discipline in-'Irelarnd. Also,a petition from 'Dublin,' comrtlainintr of *the 'smode-of fictitious voting,practised there. 'CoMMITT1T OF SUPPLY-tSATIONAt. E0UCA - TION QtIESTION. 'On the :moston of Lord John Russell, the 'JonseTwent into a Committee of Supply., Mr. *Bernal-in'the chair, 'Lord .J. Russell said,bhe did uot'tliink on'the T resentoccasion, after the subject of education ad bieen s...
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 15 November 1839
PnoJiCEtD DZPARTURIES.& The 2?rilainnta, for Po P, h~Uip; ,teA, Hero and the .Neptune, for oJava;- te .Chr/iinira3 for ,SouthA 4ustralia; Mhe Harriott,. /oa; 4he .Sperm, Fisherj; the Jnuds, for Cacu'tta I and tl4e Jahn Dunscdnab, for 'the :Bay QJ, Idaudjt -w this day:, :;.the, .Succe~ss schooner. ~fdr Ne Zealanr(. ,.; .,
Supreme Court. (CRIMINAL SIDE.) Monday November 11, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 15 November 1839
ottptestre Cot&Vt. (canuistar, IDe.) lIakday? Noremb.r 11, 1839. Before His Flonor tile Chif Justice. John Hogan was placed at the bar an indicta ment for wilful adid coriupt perjury. It appeared that at tbe latter end of June last, ansinformation had beets laid against a Mr. Cranmpton, who keeps I public 'house on thse Parramatta road, about three miles from Syd ney, for selling liquor to tivo Gov'rnment men, knowing them to be such. On it:t tearing of the case however, the prisoner hid come for ward and sworn that no lignor 'was served to the men Ii queation. Hitt the cotbstable'(Suin livan) who lodged, the information, and tl[ two men who were said to have received tlieli4tor (Riley anid Williams), having sworn that Riley had a gill of rum and Williams a pint of beer, the result 'ivas that Crahnplon was convicted, and Hogan corishitted for perjury. The prosecution was'supported by the evi dance of Sullivan, Williams, taid Riley, who swore to'the erect already stated. In f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 15 November 1839
Town, 8s. 6d. per quarter, or £1 14s. per anm, Country, 10s. per quarter, or. 2ferath. Single Numbers,' 6d. to Subscribers;- to noli* Subscribers is. Country papers et town pricej if paid in advance. - Advertisements.-Two Shillings and ,Six'.. pence for eight lines and under, and one penny for every line of space above eight edach Insertion. Out Friends and Subscribers ura" rer s ectfiully Informed, that 'Their accotnts for othe first quarter, !shish ended on Slat ultimo, areasn courad of preparation end delivery, and p t should be obliged by The early apuasent of the resptctive Amounts. 1. Printed and publishedby.ANDREW BENTb of No. 67, Pitt street, Sydney, Sot) r) A. DUNCAN, the Editor and Trusteo.Prppria' tor. Publsahed in the United Kingdooxy Mr. Jones, 63, Paternoster Roa; Lnndon) Mr.W. J. 13atterae', 6, Esaex-ebridge, Pirlia mont-street, Dublin; Mrs. Straln,9 Uniatd Place, Edinburgh; and Mr. Denis Keonddy, Glasgow.
House of Lords—July 5. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 15 November 1839
House of Lords-July5*. The Lord Chancellor took his seat 'and.the resolution against the ministerial plan of NI tional Education was ýread.' ' The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Bishop of Ewoter, and the Duke of Wellington spoke in Iavour of the resolution. The Marqipis of Lansdown, the Bishop' of Durham, and Earl Pitzwilliam spoke agalist It,. The Bishop of Norwnflit in reply to the Asrch. hisltitpasf Cpnterbury and she.Bishop of Exeter, said "he was glad to see the present zeal In (st ennrof religion. for lie emcmliered, when even infant schools were considered dangerous, and denounced "ass cradles of Socinalamis. His lordship defended the ministerial plan, and slinwed that it resembled that of the Martinire, sp highly approved by she Bisllopof Calcutta. and lie proved that different versions ofthe.. Bible were sanctioned, even the Dnuay Bible had been ' presented to the French Emigrant clergy by the university of Oxford. and this university pronounced it the best translation 6o th...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 15 November 1839
SAji pptng 1tetitgetnce ARRIVALS. Nov. 11 =-From Port Macquarie, having left the 9th instant, the cutter Water Witch: 12.-Frot' Calcutta, having : left;the.. 20th August, the' barquo Argyle, Captain Gatenbyj with wheat, &o. Passenger-Mr. Spyers. hARtUtIctES. nov. 11.-For China, th6 barque Cbledonbat Captain Liddell, in ballast. - 12.-1or' Launceston, the ship Auguatuý Cteihr, Captain Lacey, with Colonial produce. Passengdlrs-Mr. Lee, Miss Jane Lee, ?Mtes Camdtno and two children, Mr. and Mts. Williams and four children, and two servanths Mt. Dutton, Mr. Nowlhnds, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan. ; 12.-For Newi Zealantil, thW brig Bdee, Capt Davis, with sundries, &o; -a 2.The ship. sig)saUiied to the sbuthusird yesterday morning, was the AAugustes Cesar, boz4 d hericd to Hdbart Towh. Shie' resutmed her voyage in me evenizg.
Death of the Very Rev. Dr. Burke. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 15 November 1839
DeatD of tfbo Vern a b. Mr. thate. GRIAlIAM's TowN, APRIL II, 1839:-Died, on the night of Mlonday,'the 8th. iristant, atIhbi residence in Beaulort-street, -Hllistreet, the Very Rev. Dr. Bsike the reccntly appointed Roman Catholic Cla aidof 'the'eastern district of this Colony. The lamented Mtr. Burke was. nineyears Chaplain to the Institutiosi of Mercy, Baggot-ufreet; he discharged hit ditties with, the most edifying regularity, tobk the deepest interest in all that concerned the poor, and was ever a sincere nad affectlonite fr1:nd.--Free man's Journal. PHiOGRESS OP Poat'R r.-A Papist Bishop is to le appointed for the districts of Otimberland, Westmorcland, Northumberland, and Durham, and adother especially for Yorkshire; Lricia-. shire and Chksire are to iejiinited if olie Vicar. late'; anid in a few years we shalliee the wlidlef country thus parcelled out 'for the o'perasions of a Papist Priesthood. That the Roman'Catholics are nt t ri9ing abott the matter is evidenttfioin the str...
The Chronicle. Sydney: FRIDAY, NOV. 15, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 15 November 1839
Sydney: -FRIDAY, NOV. 15, 1839. We give in our columns of to. day such extracts front the English journals as seem to possess most interest. It has been unaccountably stated, in the Syd ney Journals, that the Ministerial Education Bill had been introduced into the House of Lords, and lost by a majority of 111. This is a mistake. The measure was introduced into the Commons in the form of a money grant, to be under the control of the Privy Council. With bills of this sort the Lords have nothing to do. 'the proceedings -in the Lords had reference solely to a resolution moved by the Archbishop of Canterbury, that the House should address the Queen, praying her Majesty to. rescind the grant of the Commons. -This her Majesty, -in her reply of- the 1lh July, refused to do; so that the ministerial measure is not lost, and their lordships have received something tantamount to a royal reprimand. The report of the debate *will be read with great interest. We have reserved the admirable speech ...
Sydney Market. November 15, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 15 November 1839
November 15, 1839 Fro.&1 .-Fine, '30s.; sedoldb, 28s.; ration. 25s. Btead, 7d. per 2-lb. loaf. Maite, .pe bushel, 7e. to 8s. , Barley, per bushel, lai. Bran, 2s. per bashbi. ' VEoaT aLs- otatoesChanialf 16:. to 24:. ir cvt. ; cabbages, 2t1. to 9d. each; carrots, 4d. per butich'. turnips, 4d. per bunchi lettuces 2d. to 3d.; celery; 6d. to 1s. per stick; leeks 2d. Per bunch; peas 1s. 6d1. to 23. per peck.., FaRUT--Oranges; Is. to3s. adoten; lemons, t%. Gd. to 2s. per dozen; strawberries,. 5s. pel quart; currahts, Is. per quart; loquate, 6d. Fer quart. Fouvr nr.-=Foils, per couple, 7s. to l0s.; 'docks do. 10s.; gebse 15s. to 16s.; turkey., do 14r. Gd.'; pigeons, do., 2s. 6d.; Muscovy ducks% each 6s.. eggs 1s. 9d' to 2s. p~r dozen ; lard Is. 3d. per; bacon" 8d. to lod. ditto. :::. BUrTEa-FeSe 3b., Salt Is:.9d to es. d.perlb.1 cheese Is. to Is. 8d. per lb. BOTCta1B's MEAr.-Beef, per. cacase. per lb.; 4id.; do. per joint5d. to &&d.; ;'nuttou,,per carcase, per lb., ...