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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 7 February 1844

? W Sw SIUBSOi', IONS for St. SPatrick's Chuch, Sydney : -Sundayeveening, February 4th, 1844. ' COLLECIED'AT' TllE CUA..L .nbu . Very Rev. F. Murphy '° ".:*"* ...0 6 0 A rieand, per ditto **.*...*. O :- 0: eItor lherr, Eq. -...... 10 .0 A Iuu Frin d :. . : . .' ,; .: 01,. Mrs. Byrne *.. '* 02 6 ,r. Jameq Byrne. .:. .'.''-. 0 2:r6' .. Healey *. .... ,O, , 2:,!6 i s" Mahon .... 6:. * Edwact ME Enueroe ....'..? " 0 2 6 John Keighran,. Bargo ....'... ,. 0" Joseph Coveuy **...,0 3 6 it'iir Dwveyr, Lacilan - ...- 0 5 0' A. Lenetiatu **. 0 2 0. Johna Qui.don;, per Ihr. Mahes...:' 0 2 0. Alaguiro - *...." 0 2" 6 . HI. Chambers +. ., ...e..r4 .. 0 5 ,0 'Joulin Welsh ''*....- 0 20'o ' . Neil Garvin : :.;- . 2 6 A :Friendper ir l'Hart t..... 0??? iatrsq '.1L A. iJell rsdo * ' .... 0 r 2" 6' Mliss AI. A. Rallarty', weekly colleetiuq. 0 2,03 •. .atherin Stetsoni'o dtllto ....,;.. o0 7. I9 : Eliza Clarke'N di'.o' '" ... 0. 2" 6 *iSyrnts dissa o: *** * s**... 0 = ..'10 0 'Master Chyle 0 2 6 S Wen....

Publication Title: Morning Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Select Poetry. PADDIES EVERMORE. I. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 7 February 1844

?:ctcct Voctrg. -o PADDIES RVnRMORE. T. The hour is ptst to fkwn or crouch As sappliants for our right; 1.et word and deed unshrinkiig vourch The banded millions might; Let them who scorned the fountain rill, Now dread the torrent's roar, And hear our echoed ehornl?soill, We're Paddles evermore. II. What though they meance, suffering men, Their threats and them despise; . Or promise justice once again, We know their words are lies;, We stand resolved those rights to claim They robbed us of beforo, Our own dear nation and our nn me, As Paddles, and no more. Look round-the Frenchman governs France, - he Spaniard rules In Spain, The gallant Pole but waits his chance, To break the Bussian chain; The strife for freedom here begun We never will give o'er, Nor own a land on earth but one We're Paddies, and no more. Iv. What reek we, though six hundred years Have o'er our thraldom rolled, TIhe soul that roused O'Niall's spears Still lives as true and bold; I he tide of foreign power to stem...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 February 1844

AGENTS FOIL THE OfURONIOLB Broulee, Mr. B. MCauley. Palterson, M(. J. Q'Bullivan. Poll {Iillip, Mr. J. Bullen Wollongong, Mr. Edward Corrigoq Bathutat, Mr. T. Joie's Gouburn, M:. Henry Trompson Hob tI Toysi, Mr.'Joln Regan Maitland, Mr. Dee: Csmpbelitown, &a., Mr. M'Alisler Windsor, Mr. James Cassidy Penrith, Mr. James M'Carthy Jerry'i Plains, Mr. J. J. Harpur Bungonls, Mr. Edward Hughes Wollombi, Mr. Miclkqi Byrne Published its le Unsited Kinsgdo bp-. Mr. Jones, 63, Patepyopter-row, London Mr. W. J. Battorsby, 5, Esgoe-bridge, Parli4,it ment.street, Dublin. Sydneyts Printed and Published by MICHAEL D'AitOY, of Jirlded.treet, at the Chronicle Office, IIrldge-4trset

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ON THE HANDKERCHIEF SCENE IN OTHELLO. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 February 1844

ON THE IIANDICEtOHIEF SCENE IN OTHELLO. iTe critics of Shakespare have not given that attention to the handkerchief scons in Othello, which the subject deserves; and there are many very curious questions that might arise regarding it. in the first place, it should seemn, that the Moor did. not usnilty carry a pochet handkerialef, and if this really was the case, how beatifully natural. is the allusion of Emilia to Deademona's"filthy bargain." Emilia, from her constant and friendly intieocurne will the family of Othello, after his marriage, was very likely to -know whether the Moor carried a handkerchief or not ; and if, the latter happened to be the fact, the was' "just the woman" to throw it in his face, In a moment of anger. It would seem rather atrage, that Othello should have had a pockot-handkerchief given to him at all; but it Is probable that such an article was' kept by him (as the boys say)" for show and not for blow ," so that the curiously.worked pattern, consisting, as i...

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FINE ARTS. (LATEST FROM WINDSOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 February 1844

FINE ARTS. (04cTsT DOON WINDSOR.) Friday.-Our town has been kept in a state of agreeable excitement the whole of the day, it having been rumoured last sight that Mr. F. G. Moon, the distinguished print-seller of Threadnesdle-street, would (to further the interests of English art) make another visit to the Castle, for the purpose of ex. hibiting another present (received by him from a foreign potentate) to her Majesty and Prince Albert. Mr. Moon, like a man of business, arrived by an early train at Slough, and made the beet of his way to the Castle, whore hIe had the honour of. sub. mitting to the notice of the Queen and the Prince a pint bottle of real Schiedam, and half a dozen herrings, sent to Mr. Ma by the King of Holland, in acknowledgment of Mr. Moon's magnificent work of Myneer Von Dunk, painted by - (name un known). The Prince having for a moment Inhaled the Schiedam pronounced it excellent ; whilst her Majesty the Queen thought the herrings worthy of Mr. Moon himself, being...

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OPINIONS OF SIR ROBERT PEEL. OUT OF PARLIAMENT AND IN PRIVATE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 February 1844

OPINIONS OF SIR ROBERT PEEL. OUT 07 PARLIAMRNT AND IN PUIVATP.. Lord Stanley is a very ambitious follow, extremely hot-headed, and very desirous of cutting me out as a leader in the House of Commons. I must keep him down.-Fromn Sir t. Peel's thoughts while shaving on the 22nd of DMay, 1842. Graham is a humbug : that's my opinion.-Private conversation with Lady Peel at the breakfast table, June 24, 184?. The Queen don't like me just yet, but I'm a smooth-tongued fellow, and I think I can work my way.-Cogitation in the carriago wohen going down to Windsor. There's nobody like me.-Sir Robert Peel's opinion of himself; passim.

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HIGH WATER IN SYDNEY COVE. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 February 1844

lEIGH WATERt 1N SYDNEY COVE. Thue DAY. 20wu~n. p. 12 morning 3. 46 mlin. p. 12*uvenhnk TOMORR~OW. 25 nun. p.1 moninnng I (ii mlin. p.) 1, enhnk MONflAY 30) mlin. p 2 morning 1 0 mlin. p.3 eveniug TUIISDAY. 33miua p.83 morning 1 6 mnhu.P.4 osot jog WuunNnSflY. 31 mlin: p. 4 morning 1 6 mlin. p. 8 evennhug 40 muin, p.5 miufornu~in 1 14 ouhn.p. 0 evening FRIDAY. 46 mi. p. 6 morning 1 520 mmni p. 7 evening Sun rlsev this day 34 moin. p.5; nets i4 mili. p. 6_ Iloon, last quortcr,lltla, 27 min. F.' 3 evening.

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A COLUMN FROM "PUNCH." SONGS OF THE SESSIONS. THE COUNSEL'S CANZONET. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 February 1844

4 COLUMN FROM t" PUNCH." -0 SONGS OF THE SESSIONS. TttR COUNSEL'S CLNZONET. Here I am, hero I am 1-from the first of the morning And here I remain till the close of the day; No brief-but a dummy-my bag is adotniog, And that I take precious good care to display. Around me in eloquence boldly expanding, More fortunate barristers bawl themselves hoarse; But I am contented with silently handing To the proper Official moy motion of course. But is eloquence only in language? tilt, never So falso an assertion as that I'll allow, A lengthy address, I admit, may be clever, But grace can be met witht In nought but a bow. There's something, I'm certain, extremely beguiling In my manner, when motions of course I hand in; For the proper Official salutes me with smiling, And I his politeness return by a grin. Then talk not of triumph by long-winded speeches Compare them with acts, and their merits are small; Att Shakespearo himself in his plays somewhere teaches The most they express who say noth...

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LETTERS FROM AMERICA. PROGRESS OF MANUFACTURES—IRISH ARTIZANS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 February 1844

LETTERS FROM AMERICA. -0 PROGRESS OF MANUFAOTURES-IRIBH ARTIZANS. Iam now writing in the capital of another American manufacturing district-a kind of Manchester on a limited scale. Providence is a delightful city, built at the head of the navigation of a beautiful river bay that winds its way for forty miles to the ocean. It is a convenient seaport city, with Boston on the north-east, forty miles distant, and New York on the south, 100 miles distant. It is built on handsome acclivities, running up from both sides of the river, and is a singularly elegant and well ordered city; the population about 25,000; and the Irish are strong, and growing stronger-ahey have two churches, which are crowded every Sunday. There are two or three streams, of sment forty or fifty miles in length, that fall into the bay, and in their course give notlon to an inconceivableamountof manufacturing machinery Across the chief falls os those rivers manufactories have been erected, and towns have grown up arou...

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"ESSAY ON MAKING WINE." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 February 1844

"ESSAY ON MAKING WINE." Ma. DusdAwn has obliged us with a topy of a pamphlet, bearing this name, extracted from the large work of Henderson on Wines. Having looked through it, we hesitate not to recommend it to all who intend making wine, as a .useful vade.mecum or hand. book, containing correct and scientific in formation, through the whole process, and the price but six-pence. We have tasted Colonial Wine, and generally found it to have partially suffered the acetous fermentation. One great secret of making good wine is, that as soon as the -vinous fermentation is complete, the liquor 'should be racked off into clean and funii gated casks, . In cider making, the acetoun fermentation follows so closely upon the completion of the vinous, that some cdler makers keep men up all night watching it, In wine, however, the succession is not so rapid : yet, it. does surely. follow, if the process be not well attended to.. -

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COMMERCIAL REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 February 1844

.COMMERCIAL REMARKS. A large quantity of wool passed through Malt land in the early part of the week, when the rain coming on again caused a partial stoppage. We do not hear of much business having been done during the week with the drays, but notwithatanding the wet, many parties from the neighbourhood came in with cash and purchased supplies to a fair amount. Considerifg the weather, tradehas been better on Ahe whole. We have not heard of any purchase of wool. In wheat a good deal has been done, at prices varying from 2s. 9d. to 3s. 4d. per bushel, the latter prico,(cash) having beeo given for 600 bush. els of prime>Wbllombl wheat. One lot of very superior quality, sad of snall amount, we hear was bought at as. 9d. per bushel. Nothing has been done in Maize or barley. Maize has been ofared Jo considerable quantities, at any price, but no buyers. We hear of no wholesale purchases of potatoes, and vegetables generally have been brought in but sparingly, on account of the wae. Fru...

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MORETON BAY AND WESTERN AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 February 1844

MORETON DAY AND WESTERN AUSTRALTA In connection with the proceedings of to the So. cieoy for the Propagation of the. Faith," we pro mised in our last some account of the prospects of the Mission at the abovenamed places, which we now furnish.-The Rev. Messrs. Brady and Joostens arrived at King George's Sound towards the pnd of November, where they remained for nine days, and celebrated mass three, times, once in a chapel formed by nature, between large blocks of granite, en closing a emrciform area; they taptised six children, and speak favourably of the dispositions of the aborigines In the vicinity of the Sound. They re ceived much kind attention from a Dr. Harrison, who thhes a deep interest in the natives.. They arrived ;at Swan River on the 8th day of Decem. ber; they met with a friendly reception at Perth, from Governor Ilust, who espressed himself much pleased at the arrival of Catholic Pastors, to attend to the long neglected portion of the inhabitants of Western Australis. ...

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Maitland. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 February 1844

fbla(tlantr. -0- [From the lalttond Mercury.] VALAUALE VARIsTYO O MAiSE.-A gentleman an the Hawkesbury some years back commenced a series of experiments with a view to produce a cross between the common maize and Cobbett's corn, or ninety day corn. In this he succeeded to a very great extent, and at length obtained a kind which ripened in the short time that Cob. bett's corn requires, while it was in grain and cob nearly the size of the ordinary maize. Mr. C. M. Doyle, having procured some _of the seed, sowed it in the same field, and at the same time, as some common maize; eod it was quite ripe, and was pulled while the other was still perfectly green. Mr. Doyle intends, we believe, to try it on rather. an extensive scale this autumn, and he expects, by putting the seed in early in February, to have it fit to pull early in May, before the frosts come on. If this experiment should be successful, which there seems no reason to doubt, this new corn will prove very valuable to the colo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 February 1844

The Morning Chronicle". is published twice a towek, on Wednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South Wales, I'an#Deemen's Land, South Australia,' New Zealand, and India; and in England. Scotland; and Ireland.- The Quarters end on he 31st March; 30th, June, 30th .Sepemnber; and 31st Deco nber; at which periods only subscribers can decline receiving it, after. paying the amount due. -Advertisers should mark oA each advertisement the number of insertions required; otherwise .they are continued till countermanded. Orders to discontinue or alter.odvertisements must be sent in before six o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday. Thursday, and Saturday; but newo advertisements qge received till.six. o'clock an the evening before publication.-All instructions must be giien in writing, and all letters post paid. FOR TIjE MAURIFIUS. CALLING AT KING GEORGE'S SOUND, ,fP sIoUPFFCNT sDtuCEMENT OFFtRIs, ,THEFINE BRIG CITY OF SYDNEY',"' Al, 130 tons tiurthen, under engage. mn...

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, FEBRUARY, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 February 1844

CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, FEBRUARY, 1814. 8. 10 St. Beholavtica, virgin, double 8. II Sexages, 2d cl. de ca, semid. Al. 12 Decca T. 1 Do cc W. 14 St. Vctcraticoa, mnsrt. simple T. 111 S. Faticinus and Jocka , &imart. simple F. 16i De cc 8. 17 De i. Id. in Sab. 8. 18 Quinquages. 2 cl. dd ca semid. M. 19 D ccc 'T. 20 Do ca W. 21 For. 4 Coenumi T. 22 Cathedra, S Petri Antioch,, double mncjor F. 231 St Pter Dcmiau, bishop cnd doctor, double majo S. 24 St Matthew, apostle, doublo 8. 20 Quadrages, I cl. do ca, semid. 11 26 Do ca T. 27 De ca W. 28 Juot,Temp.doca T. 29 De ca

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 February 1844

AGENTS AND COUNTRY ORDERS. W Erequost of our Agents not totrans mit us any orders, unless they think them to be really good ones, and re ecoived in payment from our subscribers, as we have reason to think that several orders have been sent to us for collection for other parties, and which were never passed as payment of.our accounts. The patience is worn out of the soul,- and ,the soles from.ofT the foot of our collector, in seeking payment for those worthless orders.

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 February 1844

DEPARWURE. Fun. 8.-For . Moreton Bay, the schooner Perseverance, Lister, with sundries. Passengers Mr. and Mrs Hickman, and two children, and two in the steerage.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 February 1844

SItpptuta tiv tligeirce. ARuIVALs. Fela, 8.-From Port Nelson, via Taranaki. having left the former on the 20th, and the latter on the 27th ultimo, the schooner Star of China, 100 tons, Ward, with sundrios. Passenger-Mr. C. Pery. 8.-From Port Adelaide, having .Ieft the 20th January, the brig Emma, 121 tons. Sprout, with wheat, &c. ,Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Wooley and servant, and Miss Osar. 8,-From Port Nelson, having left the 25th ult , the brig William Steveld, 187 tons, Davidson, with sundries. .Passengers-Mr. and. Mrs. Hownyd, Miss l1ei, Mr. and Mrs. Hartley, Mr. and Mrs Mullin, Miss Mullen, Messrs. Hourne, Belt; Dunn; Mocklin, Ainold, Hunter, and iluogarce.

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Sydney Markets. FEBRUARY 9, 1844. FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 February 1844

" zileyj jtavara etes -0 FEBRUARY 9, 1814. FLOUR, WHEAT, &a. Fine Flour, 1ls (P loolbs, Brans Od to Is 3d per bush Seconds, lOs by retail Breadlld to S&d per2lb loaf llarley,2s Gi to 2G 9i ditto Fine llacult, 17. per cwt. Barley, Cape, 2a 84 to 3a Ud `Second ditto, 14s ditto ditto Colonial Wheen, 1st quality, Oats, 2s Gd to 2s 04 3s to Is Gd,in demand . Iiay,L2 Cs lo £3Os perton Van Diemnen'asLand dittos Whesstatraw,1si4dto Is 9d per l9d to 4s, iu request cwt Maize, Colounial,ialdto 2sOd Gorass, wholesale, Gd to 74 per ditto dou. bundles, retail, 104 FRUIT AND VEOETABLES. Oranges, Gd to 94 per doz Potatoes, Colonial, £3 10a to Lemnons, 2d to 41 per dozen £4 lus per tons Plums, 4d to 8d per doenei Ditto, V. 15. L., £5 l0s to £7 Goosebrries, 3d to Oli per ditto quart ~ TeTurmpsi d to3dper bunch Apple s to Is eel per dozen Carrots, 2d to 3d per bunch Iiaunnas, 91 to Is per packet Shaluts and Radishes, Id per Apricots,tldto lsperdozen bunch Green Blaianns, 2s per dozen L...

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CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 February 1844

OLEARED OUT. For Tahiti, the schooner Sarah Ann, Dun nets, with sundries. IPassengers-Mirs. D)onett, Mr. and Mrs. Cain, Mr. and Mrs. Henry and: four children, Miss Henry, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Mr. Salmon, and Mr. Osmond. For Hobart Town, the schooner- Mary Ann, Williams, with cedar, &c. Passengers-Mr.: and Mrs. Mutray and child, Mrs. Hirst and two children, Messrs. Shears, Fielder, Stephens, Daltoon and Stack. .8) The Star of China was in company with the IViliers Stoweld for two or three days after leaving Taranaki, which` was The only vessel spoken obithe passage. 1The harque Christiana, hence28ih- December, and the Mandarin, from Hobart Town, arrived-at 'Port W'elsos on the 141h siltimo. The Emma brings about a thousand bushels of wheat from South Australia. Thenschooner St. Ifelesa, Msno, from the.Cape of Good Hope, arrived at Port Adelaide on thq 2nd ultimo, with fruit, wine, &c. She was advertised for Hobnar' Town. The Augustsae, from London, arrived at Adelaide ...

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