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South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 February 1844

outT, Ziutitralia, By the Emma, which arrived on Thursday last,. we received our file of South Australian papers, from which we make the subj ined estracts t Tts Miwes oF SourTs AusrTaLra.-Several valuable mines of silver, lead, and copper ore were discovered some time back in South Australia, 'and it seems, from the assay made of them in London, that they are likely to prove a source of considerable wealth to the South Australians. The Southern Australiuasof the 9th January, coatainstthe following remarks on the subject -"' We have now the farther satisfaction of stating that information has been re ceived, 'per the Augustus, by parties in town, of the assay of lead are from the Glen Osmond mines, sent home by the Counsters of Durham and other vessels. The results of the first assay by Messrs. Johnson and Cook, of Hatton Garden, were 14 cwt. 3 qrs. of pure lead, and 23 on. 6 drams of fine silver, to the ton of 20 cwt of ore. The sane parties had assayed copper ore from titi colony,...

Publication Title: Morning Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CYRUS REDDING ON THE VINE. (Continued from our last.) CHAPTER I. The soil best adapted for the growth of the plant; Mode of preserving it from the frost. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 February 1844

CYRUS REDDING ON THIE VINE. (Continued from our last.) CUAPTER C. The Soil best adapted for the growoth of the plant; Mode of, preserving it from hes frost. In the southern hemisphere, at the Cape of Good [lope, in Australia, and in South America, the vine is successfully cultivated. A soil too elevated fails to mature the grape sufR. ciently for wine, as might be expected from its being some degrees colder than the plain, it renders the grape too harsh. A warm sun alone developes the saccharine principle in abundance, and preveits' austerity. Thus in latitude 480 or 49 0 a slope of small elevation best suits the vine. Proceeding southward, though the slope may increase in height and steepness. it will be found equally eligible for ripening the grape. Owing to the increase of tenm. perature in the south, the vines grown at a conside rable elevation will be found to produce wine of a quality equal to that made' from vines grown on a plain farther north, while the southern plain grows...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 February 1844

CoLiON rL SALT.-WO liavo ben grati fled with the inspection of a samploof colonial salt, which is nhw on sale inconsiderable quantities in this township. The salt'was gathered from one of the numerous salt lakes in the neighbourhood of Carangamite, where an apparently inexhaustible supply existh. Its quality has been declared by competent judges to be superior to any Liverpool salt ever imported into the colony. It is crystallized in cubes of about the sixteenth or an inch square, and is nearly as slow in dissolving as the best pack. sag salt. Its applicability to the curing of meat has been tested for the last two seasons, and it is now preferred by all those settlers who have tried it. Although it is not likely to be added to our list of exports, on account of the expense of forty miles of land carriage, yet, as an article, of home produc. tion which must render the district altogether lode. pendant of foreign supply, its value in an economi. cal and political sense must be very c...

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 February 1844

THE MORNING CHRONICLE SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1844. "He just and fearnnot: Let all the ends thou shn'st at bhethy country's, Thy God's, and truth's." Sohakspeare. SMUGGLING. Wa have .received infomation " from a source, of the correctness of which there can be no doubt, that private distillation is carrying on to a most enormous extent -an extent, it would seem, the heads of the revenue are not aware of. They know, or ought to know, that such smuggling is a wrong done to the crown -it is a grievous wrong to the fair and 1 honest merchant, and retailer; who find, I after years of unremitted, frugal industry, 1 that their gains are little-nothing perhaps; while they see a set of scheming vagabonds 1 driving their cabriolets over them in the 1 street; and this chiefly for want of an I efficient fiscal system, so constructed as to ] provide that illicit distillation, should not take place. We hold, most decidedly,. that any government which, by its imbecility, or ignorance, or want of sy...

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LAND TENURE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 February 1844

LAND TENURE. As in a new colony, where the plan and foundation is being laid for the spread of a numerous people-perhaps to grow in the process of time to a mighty empire; it is of the greatest importance, not only to the present generation of men, but to their children, and childrens' children.; .tay, to those who shall succeed them for ages and ages, that the principles on which the surface of the soil shall be occupied by its actual cultivator, shall be accordant with nature, reason, and justice. It is all im portant we say, that the colony should set out upon sound and correct principles, because whether good. or whether evil, their consequences may, nay must be felt to the remotest time. When the bold, original, and far-seeing Romulus, assembled a horde of fugitive slaves, bankrupts, outlaws, and robbers, in his oppidum of mud huts, on the banks of the Tiber, with a territorial dominion of six miles in extent; when he formed his first legio, and its celeres-his little senatus t...

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LAND TENURE IN GUERNSEY—IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 February 1844

LAND TENURE IN GUERNSEY-IRELAND. -0 [From the Dublin Evening Post.] The following very curious and, indeed, important statement, regarding the tenure of land in one of the Channel Islands, appears in a Guernsey journal, called the Itlandov: ua An island whose productive surface thus consists of little more than 10,000 acres of orchard, garden, stable, and pasture land, cannot be expected to afford a great variety or any very enlarged system of egaiculture. There are, however, circumstances connected with the tenure of. property, its extreme subdivision and fertility, and with the number and comforts of its inhabitants, which may suggest use. ful relections to the farmer, the political economist, and the statesman of large countries. The tenure of property partakes of the double nature of land held as a farm subject to the payment of annual rents, and as land held as freehold in perpetuity. A purchase may be made by the immediate pay. meat of the price agreed upon; or by a payment of...

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Original Correspondence. THE ANTI POPERY LECTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 February 1844

n IrlgsihuI 4zrorkr< ponkbClcr. THE ANTI 'OPE IY LEOTURES. Ma. EDTron,-Again I find by the Sydney He told 'of the 24th instant, the. ashes of theological fires raked up to disturb the posce of our little com munity. in the shape of a Review of the * Leec tures on the Papal Claims of Jut jaiction," delivered in the months of May and June last, by the Rev. "RobeitAilwood, B.A., of St. James'. Sydney, pub. 1Iahed in the Herald newspaper, and now re-pub. lished at the request of the Church of England Bor.k Society-the Lord Bishop of Australia in the chirli; carefully revised and illustrated with notes,' by the Rev. Author. Psinted by Kemp and Fair fax. 1843, From an-advertisement which appeared sometime ago is the Herald,..I' was. led so expect that his Lordship, not being perfectly satisfied with the Lroruass, would himself condescend to enlighten the public on the subject. I trust his Lordship has not relinquished the task;- judging from his high literary fame, that his pro...

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Select Poetry. A HEART TO BE LET. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 February 1844

celect loctrp. -a ,A HEART. TO BE LILT. BY JOfl BROUGHAM. To 1E LET. To be let, at a very desirable rate, A snug little house in a healthy state; 'Tis a Bachelor's heart,and the agent Is Chance, Affectton,the ltentTO BIt PAID IN ADVANCE. The owner, as yet, has lived in it alone, So the fixtures are not of mutsh value; but soon 'Twill be futnished by Cupid, himself, if it wife. Take a lease FOR TtE TEaut OP ttERt NATURAL LITE. Then tadues, dear ladies, pray do not torget An excellent Bachelor's heart's to be let. The tenant will have a law taxes to pay. LovE, ntoNot, and (heaviest item) oanE. As for the coon WILL, the subscriber's inclined Tobave that, it agreeable,settled In kind; Indeed, if he could such a matter arrange, Ile'd be highly delighted to tals In exchange, Provided true title by providence be shown Any heart uNtNCUusnERED, as free as his own. So ladies, dear ladiles, pray do not forget An excellent Bachelores heart's to be let.

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

NOTICE TO AGENTS AND PARTIES MAKING RB* MITTANCBS. IN order to avoid the oxponsoeof post ago, and spare time in letter writing, we intend to adopt a plan oetensively followed by "* Brother Jonathan," for acknbwledging the receiptoIof subscrip. tion mloney, viz., to publish the initials of parties remitting money. !Thuis we have to aoknowlodge tho receipt of the letters ofl Mr.; J. H. B., of Muiswollbrook, of the 0th, and of Mr.' E. H., of lBtngonia, of the 7th instants. TO DEALERS, FURNITURE MANUFAOTURBRS,, AND OTHERS. M R. E.-REN NETT. COMMISSION SALE ROOMS, 145, PITT. .BT'REI:P, BEGS to inform parties in tho. above B trades that liaving'cleared tho spacious piece of-ground in- Market-street, next tIe Waterloo Warehouse, he intends holding daily sales there, and having such extensive -premises' for the, ac commodation of bulky goods, and being now well known by the dealing public, he confidently hopes for a sbare of their support To dealers in particular, Mr. B. would intimate that...

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INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. NEW INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 10 February 1844

INSOLVENCY BUSINESS. -0 NEW I1sOLyVNT. Ralph Nixon, of the South Creek, County of Cumberland, filed his schedule yesterday. aILTING 1o0 To-DAy. John Rodd, a second meeting, at eleven o'clock. William Oldrey, a second meeting, at twelve o'clock. A. B. Spark, aespecial meeting, at ten o'clock. Robert Cruden Gordon, a apecial meeting, at half past ten o'clock. Alfred Reynolds Huntley, a single meeting, at one o'clock. William Barrett, a special meeting, at two o'clock. APPREKBNSION OF HUBHRANORRS - 'She notorious bushranger, Holloway. was captured by Corporal O'Neil, and Trooper Holliday, of the mounted police, on the night of, the lst instant, at a station of- Dr.-iAydes, near the Murrumbidgee.' Holloway came tup to the hot, it which, O'Neil and Holliday were at .the time; and upon making his appearance, the policemen ordered him to lay down has arms, and suarender. which he refused todo, and the corporal fired upon him, when he fell, slightly wounded in the arm. He then begged for me...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 February 1844

A* I NTT N Js t '1'k 113W OHURtOIOLM- 1., l r o u le e , M r . B . M 'C nu l e y . - _ 1 'tt r. ^: r . 'S u l i v n . SPori Phillip Mr. J. Bulle. Wolloacog flgIr. Edward Cokrigou , "Bathurst, Mr F Jlonuss ° Goulburn. Ml: Mary 1iimpdo'4 liobart Town, Mr. Jihin lt.ge~xp M-Mitland; Mr. Dee' Cuauplielltown, &a., Mr. M'Allste; Windsor, Mr. Jamus caimlidj Penrith9 Mr. Jalmes M'OaMib * Jory's Plaisds, Mr. SJ. :Haipiµ 'lBilngonla; Mr. Edward liHugbp4 Wollo'mil. M4r. Micalel lyrae' ir~;: Jolies, 03, Paiterqusterrow London Mr. W. J. Battereby, 6, Euezes;bridge, Fatrt5 ieuit-atier1, Dublin. ", Sidney: i'rinted'atd I1'iubhalmd by 7dJOHtAtsL D AROX,1 IJridiBP8rcrOt qt Lt. OIrqqI9pl1 .Weio. Bddige Ib1s4:.,

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A COLUMN FROM "PUNCH." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 February 1844

A COLUMN FIkOM ' PUXCII." -o On Saturday last, a select party of the advocates of mesmerism met at the house of Dr. to witness the effects of a series of phreoomagnetic experiments. The first person operated 'upon was " a Yorkshireman ;" but, in spite ofe'very means resorted to, tihe operator could not put him to sleep. He remained " wide awake" to the last, and was pushed off the seat by a Scotchman, who, though difficult to lull, was at last overcome by the rnes meric power. After roving about. the surface of iis pericronium rather discursively, the operator touched the organ. of acquisitiveness, when the " chleld of the Land O'Cakes," made a snatch at some silver held out by one of the company, which he greedily buttoned up in his breeches' pocket; but no organ whaltever could be found upon his skull, the touch Ing of which could induce him to restore it . As the individual in question was a tradesman in the grocery lane, the operator at the request of one of the company mesmeris...

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HIGH WATER IN SYDNEY COVE. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 February 1844

UITH W*Ti IN SYDNEYCOVltL THIS DAT. 31 min. p. mo1ning 8 mi5n. P.8 evening STHOUSDAT. 40 mhP.$'5 boonacing I 14 mln. p. 6 evening PSIDAT. bnon p.8 moning I 20 to. p. 7evening Seen rinaaulsdadq3 min. p..; arts 0ud,, p 1,8 SUN

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EXETER HALL VERACITY! CORRESPONDENCE RELATIVE TO THE SAINTLY DOMENICA LAZARI OF CAPRIANA. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 February 1844

EXETER HALL VEIldCITY (From the Catholio Mangazitn.) CORIIIHSPONDENOUE tELAIIVE TO TU'B SAINTLY DOrMENIA LAZARIt OF CAPRIANA,. [We have been favoured with the following letters, which we have much pleasure- in laying, before our readers; as they contain a complete refutation of the calumniei circulated in this country, by certain secta rian and infidel journals. It is true that the deceitful fowler has already been caught in his own snare, and-the original propagator of the scandal, ungra. ciously enough, at alate hour, acknowledged that the cslumnies-impuied to the Holy Virgin of the Tyrol have been mieae fabrications; but still, the do. vout readercanuot fail to be interestedin the following authentic refutation and further interesting particulars relative to the afflicted, but happy, maiden, Do menica Lazari, whose humility God, in his holy providence, hath vouchsafed to visit, to show forth in her an example of cheer and cansolation to alletlhe truly faithful of his blessed hous...

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PUSEYITE CONVERTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 February 1844

PUSEYITE CONVERTS. WE find uy the Tablet of October 21, that the Rev. Waldo Sibthorpe, (brother to the half-cracked, mustachiod Colonel) who had come over (externally at least) to Catho licity, has returned to his old companions. God forbid that we should judge any. man, or attribute to hint motives other than good: we know no man's heart: but man is frail; and it is nrot at all unlikely thiat'a beneficed clergyman, accustomed to the comforts of good living, should be shocked at the life of a Catholic priest. Chilling worth tried, but would not stqnd it. There is a good deal of difference between the duty of driving in a carriage to church once a week, and then reading the Rubric, (or perhaps not, if a Curate be kept) or preaching a sermon, and the toilsome duties of a parish priest,--the calls for advice, or for alms, or to visit the sick, with the labour of going to visit them, and other duties of charity, along with the daily ob ligation of reading the Breviary in latin, for abou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 February 1844

LONDON AND MANCHESTER HAT WAREHOUSE. JOHN THOMAS, LAt?t UsPMAn tO s0MI. UT3Jta. B EGS to inform his Friend and,thebo Public thit h bhas commenced bealuesa on his own seeoentdha?ing purchased the basinearlately carried on by Mre. Russell, sitoated at she comer of George and lridge.streetsa and hopMa ty assliduit and attesdance, o enasre a portion of the public patromage. HATS of all descripttoas are manufactared ou stl{ premises is any style or fashion. J. T. bas now on sales per late arrivals. a very erperior stock of Ladies' and Gentleome's best Beaver Hlats, manafactured by the best Leadeo House, likewise Youth's and Boy's ditto; also, just received, a qeantity of superior !Leghorn Hats, very light, suitable for summec wear, at reduced prices. S- UBSCRiPTIONS for St- - L.ý Patrick'.Church Sydney :-Sundayeveningi Febreary litb, 1844...: "* A - -. COLLETr5D AT tRE SItA1EL Uoo .,.. Rin. Jsla. Ml?neo "....?. -2: MastrCoyle . .....:... 2 6, Mrs.Coyle * "...`0 26, A Friend ** * 01-2 6 A...

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ENGLISH AND IRISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 February 1844

ENGLISII AND IRISH NEWS. In our columns of this day, will be found matter of the highest interest : on this sulject we have spoken more fully in another place. liaer Majesty and Prince Albert, and Royal family, were in good health. The Royal pair had been on a visit to Cambridge, where they were received with enthusiasm, as indeed they are where ever they go The D)ke de ieotdesux, grandson to Chat)es X., and by hereditary right, King of France, is in London, where a great many of tile adherents of the elder branch of the Bourboa. had assembled; he is 24 years old. A special costmission was sent to Wales, to try Rebecca's Daughters; and Commissioners also to enquireinto the grievances of the people; every part of the empire gets some semblance of justice but lie land, ebich is left to the relentless rule of the conditional-loyalty men. Consols were steady at 95). Tsade was reviving through England, and rather brisk. The London wool sales in October, were at an advance on the August s...

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COLONIAL WHALERS AT SEA, WITH THEIR LAST REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 February 1844

COLONIAL WHALERS AT. SE4, WIT?I THEIR LAST REPORTS. -0 Awitrllos, Wiles,sailed 14th June, 1843; spoken lit November, with 460 barrels sperm Cooper and Holt, owners. Bright Planet, Kyle, sailed Sad March, 1843; spokes 7th November, with 250 barrels ; Je?es and Mlitchell, owners, Britais Soerigsn, Cooper, ailed- Nov. 6, 1843; Lamb and Perbury, 9wner. Carolse; Hunter, sailed 7th August, 1842 r at. Ma? 25th October, with 630 'barls sperm ; Walker and Co., owners, Caernarson, Irvine, slled 22nd August, 1842; Irvine, owner. : , t Clarkrone, Stewart, sailed 13th September, 1843 ; HI. Moore, owner. GeOif, Long, sailed "il th June, 1843; spoken o0 the 20th Novo.be*, with 150 barrels; Mitchell and Williamson, owners. Jane.. Fairweather,sailed 27th- Augest . ee, .owner.* ,, Jaoe Eite, Bradley, mailed ,7t1 of:Mare,' 2848; spoken 26th May, with 100 barels, at Norfol, Island in August, with 600 barrels; H. Moore, Lindays, Williamson, sailed 16th June, 1843; spoken on the 25th of October, 1843, wi...

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EXECUTION OF KNATCHBULL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 February 1844

EXECUTION OF KNATCHDULL. Yesterday, (Tuesday) having been the day ap pointed for the execution of John Knatehbull, the murderer of Ellen Jamieson, that unfortunate criminal underwent the extreme penalty of the law, before the new gaol, Dsrlinghursr, where a gallows hbad been erected for the purpose, his., having been bhe first execution outside the precincts of: the gaol. Nine o'clock having beenibeo hourappoio? d for ihe execution, the Sherdff and Sub.Shersff entered the gaol ,itlhin about a quarter to eight, when the pro. cess of pinioning was gone through; and when the fatal hour arrived, the unfortunate man was led out to the gallows between two clergymen of the Church of England, followed by Mr. Keck governor of the gaol, Mr. Young, shetiff; Mr. Prout, sub-sheriff; and by several gentlemen who had been admitted within the walls to witness the melancholy spectacle. Having arrived at the foot of the gallows, Kiatch. bull, and the clergymen who attended him, knelt down on a rug th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 14 February 1844

AGEHNTS AN)D COUNTRY' ORDERS. W' 7' E request of our Agents not to trans ``' uit us any orders, ..unless they think them to be rell) good ones,anud re ceived in payment frowm our subscribers, as we have reason ino think that several orders have been sent to us for collection forirtlier ipartiaes, and which wero-neovr passedt as paymentot our accounts. The pitience is worn out of the soul, and the toles from: iff ithe let of our colloecor, in serekinhg -iyntent for those worthless orders,

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