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LITERATURE. REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 June 1850

LITERATURE* ' . REVIEW. , Are.the Catholics of Port Phillip Tri dentine Romanists 2 An enquiry founded on the anathemas recently put forth in a ' Vindication of the Catholics, by N. J. (offey, Dean.' By the Rev. W. Trollope, M.A., Melbourne; Ferris — pp, 18. A reply to the pamphlet of the Rev. W. Trollope, A..M.* \ entitled,' Are the Catholics of Port Phillip Tridentine Romanists ? by P. A. C. 0 Far r ell, Melbourne News Office, pp. J)5. We have just received the above pamphlets, and re commend both of them to the perusalof our readers. The first-named we offer as a trial of patience and charity. It is one of the most extravagant and absurd of those parrot-like -repetitions of blunder and misrepresentation \vhich have been, so often and so amply, exposed and corrected. Such things are wearisome enough, though one may hope, perhaps, that out of each discussion of calumny, the light of holy truth may open in some ' good heart' hitherto in inculpable ignorance and error. Of Mr. Trollop...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 June 1850

IMPOUND INGS, Jerry's Plains. — On the l'5th May, from Peashet:- One rod. and white bullock, I Doff ramp, G K rib?. One red bullock, white back and belly, down horns, like star brand off shoulder, 2 near rump. One brindle and white down horned working bullock, brand3 near rump. One strawberry cow, like BY near runjp, J * with a sore brand off rump, a white bull calf, about 6 months old by her side. One red bull calf, about 6 months old, WH off rump. ? On the 1st June : One bi indie cow, a piece out of off ear, near earslit, 8 under TE near rump, like O H off ribs. ? On the , 8th June : — One bay mare, black points, a little white on near hind fetlock. Btar in forehead, a narrow strip of white above the nose, if branded not legible ; damages 2d. each. Muswell Brook. — On tbe 28th day of May, 1S50, from Skella ter : — One cbesnut mare, hind feet whits, star forehead, branded W with II under near shoulder. One brown filly foal at foot, star forehead, unbranded. One grey filly, star and...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 June 1850

SYDNEY MARKETS, 'WEDNESDAY. Wheat is in fair demand, and sales are reported at from 3?. 6d. to4;i. 6d. Flour is sold at the mills at 81. 10s. 9/. 10s. and 10/. 10a. p6r 2000lba., and Bran at 9J. wholesale and lOd. retail, per bushel. Maize has brought from 4a. 3d. to 4a. 6 d. per bushei. Bin-ley, for malting, 2s. 8d. to 3s. 3d , and Oats about the same. The batchers have given for cattle for slaughter, l£ Ids. to 2£.,~and , for Sheep, 4s. to 5s. Pigs fit for the knife are worth from 20s. to - ? 3Cs. Butter averages from 12d. to 14d. per lb., and Bacon and '^__,- Cheese from 3d. to 4^d. per lb. Egg3 lOd. to 12d. per dczen, / Fowl8,'ls. 4d. to Is. 7ti ; Ducks, 2s. 3d. to 2?. 6d. ; Geese, as. to/ 6'3. per couple. The sales of Forage were, Hay, 4/. to 4/ 15s. per ton; Straw, 2's. 6d. per cwt. ; Green Fodder, 6d. per dozen bdfes. [AVe have been compelled, from want' of space, to cut down ou«.m market report to the above brief notice, but m future numbers wo intend, under this head to giv...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 June 1850

SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVAL*. June 20 — Diana, brig, 103 tons, Captain Peake, from Melbourne 15th instant. Passengers— Mr and Airs. Powell and two children. June 23. — Shamrock, steamer, 200 tons, Captain Gilmore, from Launcestbn 15th, Melbourne 20th, and Twofold Bay 22nd instant, Passengers — Mr. Mdo'ri'M.L.C, and Mrs. Moor, Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher and two children, Mr. and Mrs. J. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. White, Mr. and Mrs. Lynch; Messrs. Lord, Lisdee, MAlister, Lee, Hunt, Downing, Sconce, Barrington, Lloyd, Hobles, Howard, Jl/'Nabb, Moore, JW'Bride, Mahoney. Doyle, Corney, Sheffield, and Mrs. Beaver, Mrs. Frazer, Miss Mackee, Mrs. Searle, Mrs. Cal- ' lnghan and two children, Mrs. Strumer, Mrs. Alexander, Miss Ca. meron, and Mr. Gammally. June 24.— -Favourite, schooner, 96 tons, Captain Stericker, from Moreton Bay the 17th instant. Passengers— Miss Henderson, Mr. and Mrs, Jtfehan and child, Mr. Morgan. June 26.— Lucy AnnB cutter, 37 tons, Captain, Hannah, from Wellington, 98th /Way. Passeng...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 June 1850

NEW ZEALAND. Health of Heki.— We are informed that this celebrated chief is again in a precarious state of health, his old pulmonary complaint having revurued with increased iorce, and being compli cated with severe diarrhoaa. He is much emaciated, and depressed in spirits. One of hia expressions to a minister who recently visited him was ' If ihe Great Corrector thus continues to press upon u», you will soon toll your bell, bnt there will be none to answer it.' This touching expression, in the symbolical Maori Eloquence, was understood to refer to hi« gloomy fears not only ofjbis own death, but of the dying away of the native race. — New Sealander

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OLD AND YOUNG IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 June 1850

OLD AND YOUKG IRELAND. (From the Tablet, Jan. 12.) As the attempts at negotiation between Old and Young Ireland were to fail, we are not sorry that they were kind enough to fail before the commencement of our Irish career — so have we been spared fruitless con nection with this troublesome and delicate subject. The two parties are not to unite, and cannot unite, and the topic of their reconciliation has very little connection in deed with any actual practical question. But the two parties not being to unite, a question arises out of that very fact— namely, which of the two parties do you connect yourself with ; or if you connect yourself with neither, do you come before the Irish pub- . lie in the paltry and disreputable costume of a trimmer ,; These questions have been put to us pretty often since, we announced our intention of transferring the Tablet to Irish soil ; and the question having been put, we promise to give it the frankest arid most unmistakeable answer. If the fact wer...

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VAN DIEMAN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 June 1850

VAN DIEMAN'S LAND. The colonists were becoming moat sensitively alive to the im portance of Representative Government. On the 10th instant a meeting was called at New Norfolk for the purpose of applying to the Lieutenant Governor for a Road Act for tbe District. Tne meeting was a crowded one. After the resolution for carrying out the objects the meeting had been convened for, had been sub nncieu, uapia-n fenton movea me ronowing amendment, wmen was carried by an overwhelming majority, amidst loud and long continued cheering : — 'That, in consequence of the daily e-x pected arrival of the Imperial Act of Parliament, granting to this colony free institutions, this meeting do adjourn till then, as the deep importance of the sul-jecj will be better discussed by the re presentatives of the people duly elected.' The speeches delivered were nervous and firm, but withal temperate. The language of men knowing and demanding their rights, but seeking them in a constitutional manner. A most col...

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ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 June 1850

ITALY. (From the Tablet. Jan. 12. J The Pope has put forth another splendid Encyclic ad dressed to the Archbishops and Bishops of Italy* the first.ha'f of which will be found translated in our columns : some facts it mentions will be new to many in this country. We dare say our readers remember how the Daily News correspondent talked about the noble Raman ladies ministering to the sick and wounded in the hospi tals. A very pretty picture, indeed, he made of it. Verv Hkely many thought that the services of the Sisters of 1-harity were very well discharged by those noble Roman ladies. But what was the truth? Why, that the dying Catholics were compelled, helplessly, to witness sights of foul impurity — that shameless women were the ministering, angels or fiends whom the revolutionary go vernment allowed to enter the wards of the hospitals, instead of the Catholic religious^ who, under the reign of the Pope, soothed the deathbeds of. the Faithful ; and that such scenes took place there,...

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Colonial News. PORT PHILIP. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 June 1850

QDotonial Ncto. PORT PHILIP. Tkb Result of ihk Election. — The election of two Members of Council for this Pistaicc has terminated in the return of Air. Ebden and Captain Mercer, and the rejection of the Rev. Doctor Lang. The poll at its close wan— Ebden, 422 ; Mercer, 401 ; Liri£, 385. Dr. L. was therefore 46 'votes behind Mr. Ebden, and 16 behind Captain Mercer. A valuable lead rr.ine had been discovered within a few miles of Melbourne. The lode had been traced for npwards of three miles, ami tlio vtpld nn analvs:itinn . is fnllml tn hafiR riprppnf nf nimn loud and 6 per cent, silver, and was fusible at a common candle. Tbe discovery was purely accidental. A gentleman finding a horse he was riding become very restive, and seeing a clear open country before him, let him go for a gallop, and, after pushing him for a heavy sandy soil in order to abate his pace, fiound tbe iiorse strik ing some hard substance with his hoofs, and afterwards sinking in the sand up to the fetlocks, dismo...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 June 1850

TO CORKr.SPOiNDEiNTS. It ia necessary that the writers of all communications should furnish the Editors with their real names and address. Although this information is not required for publication, it . requisite as a guaran-tee of tbeir bt-irg gevuu.e. THE ^ ^^^S^ Co'2-- :' ^'V*** . Vft^ **** THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1850. '~\ -( In Necessariis Unitas, in Dubiis, Libertas, in Omnibus Charitas.'

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CARCOAR. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 June 1850

CARCOAR Youth Loar in the BusH.—Our little community was thrown into a staie of excitement on Thursday evening last, by the arrival of news from Coombing, that a youth about eight years of age, the son of the Hon. the Colonial Secretary, who i3 at. present spending his holidays amongst his jnvenile friends in the family of Mr. Icdy, was lost in the bush. It appears that in the course c-f the day, the the young geatleman, accompanied by Master Icely, visited the family of our police magistrate. After taking leave, they passed through Carcoar, on their way to Coombiner. when the latter, haviner occasion to leave a message with the mailman, called at the Royal Hotel for that purpose. During his momentary absence, his youth ful companion, animated by a desire to be first at home, stuck spurs into his steed, and Btarted off at a gallop. Instead, however, of taking the Coombing road, he turned to the left, and proceeded in the direction of Mount Macquarie. Supposing that his comrade had g...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 June 1850

On taking up the first number of a new publication, a question is generally asked,—' What are the Principles and Politics of this Paper ?.' This is a fair and a very natural question, But before answering ifc, with reference to the Newspaper now before us, it may be well to con sider what should be the end and object of any individual in starting into type and appearing as one of the 'Fourth Estate'-; — as a member of that body which claims to itself the right of being considered amongst ' the best possible public instructors.' No one has a right to claim a portion of the time of others in perusing his literary productions or to solicit a share of their patron age to enable him to continue his labours, unless he has a reasonable hope of contributing towards the mental improvement of those on whose time and purse he draws, and of improving the social, moral, and political well-being of the community in which he lives, and in whose behalf he volunteers his services. The Australian Col...

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Country News. [?] MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 June 1850

©oiiittn) Nrtos. ™. .. MAiTLAisrn. throuph if '/-yglVe8 the rePO«ofa fearful accident occuring drSf ?'°n; Aman named Kelly, ^ployed as bnllock aftJr lln ?.rtty°f*n up-country settler, got intoxicated, and shortly 5? f ?Teyance he was in cbarSe of Proceed on; driverto 'imTdS fal Dg in w^h a second dray, he prevailed on its wlSlhSn iv 8O ^at he rziight overtake his own. The request being granted Kelly got up and laid down on a bed which wa3 on the top of the lading. The driver proceeded on for some distance, until he was called on to stop by a person's informing him a man had been observed failing from off the dray. On re turning back a Httle way, Kelly was found lying senseless on the road, and from the track of the near wheel it was evident that it had gone over the middle of his body. Kelly was immediately re moved to the Maitland Hospital, where his sufferings from the in-, juries he had received terminated in death a few hours after his admission. ? The export of wool and tallow ...

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OUR NEW CONSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 June 1850

OUR NEW CONSTITUTION. All ar,e on the tiptoe of expectation awaiting the ap- I pearan© of the parliamentary measure for our future .government. From what lias already transpired as ts»- ' I / ??'??- the substance and general features of this Constitutional Bill, the. people have many reasons' to be thankful to the Ministry for introducing into Parliament so liberal and comprehensive a measure for the Government of the ..Australian Colonies; a measure which will give them such ample powers for modelling and adapting their Constitution to their own wants and wishes. This is a much wiser course than to send out any home-made bill, which, in all probability, could never be uiade to work beneficially or effectually for the best interests of the community. It lias been well remarked by a clever London journalist, with reference to the several State ' Constitutions in America, that tjiey are all found to work well because they are made by the people them selves, who are generally the best ...

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ODDS AND ENDS "OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 June 1850

0 DDS AND EN DS 0 P ' NEWS. i he sentence of fxecution of the two men iWagher and Fifzperald convicted at the late silting- of tlie Moreton Bay Circuit' 'Court of He murder, at a squalling- station in tjiat district, of a fellow sliepheril, has been ordered to take place, at Brisbane, on the 6th proximo.— The Government have' fixed, for the site of a village at Warialda, in the Gwyder district.— Several flocks, of sheen, wilh siHiion given in, in the Wannon district. (Port Philip), have lately Jeen sold at 12s. per head. -There has been nb'rain in the Maranoa district for upwards of six months There is, however, abundance or feed and grass. The district is becoming rapidly settled in.— Abattoirs are about-being: erected, at Melbourne by the Corpora tion. -By. the return' furnished by the Immigration Agent, it ap pears. that the total number of persons who arrived inthe Colony of iNew buuth Wales, during the past year, was 20,805 j of these, ' I ilInJnve(Ut 9ild'fy. a'd 9.728 at Port...

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MR. BRIGHT ON IRISH POLICY-GREAT MEETING AT MANCHESTER. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 June 1850

Ml. BRIGHT ON IRISH POLICY^GREAT MEETING AT ! .:' MANCHESTER. ? '* (from the Daily News.) i V ,r v.' — — — — — jt k. large ^nd crowded meeting of the tysh residents in Manchester assembled ai ihe Corn Exchange. of thatcity on Thursday the 4th January foi the purpose' of voting an adlress to Mr. Bright, 'for 'his reent speeifi on behalf of Ireland at its Free Trade Hall. The -chfir wast-Jten by Mr. E. T. BradshawUnd amongst the gentle me» preseni were the Rev. D. Hearne.lDr. Murphy, Dr. Eagar, Mm M'Cqtvery, (Belfast Vindicator^ Mr. Wilson, and Air. 'Preitice. ( ' -, 'ihe Chaiiman, having opened the proceedings by detailing in an effective speich the wrongs of Ireland, th) Rev. D. Hearne moved an aMiress,.« inanKs to Mr. bright, whMi was seconded by Di. Murphy, art carried by acclamation. [ Acjeputaton was then sent to request Ml. Bright to attend, and on that gealeman's appearance he was refeived with the most en i.. .thusiatic chering. . | ?'???' ''' ^ Ttyaddres having been read and...

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FRIGHTFUL SYSTEM OF COMPULSORY DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 June 1850

FRIGHTFUL SYSTEM OF COMPULSORY DRUNKENNESS. ; (From the Standard of Freedom.') The Temperance Meeting which was held in fixeter-hall on Monday evening was one of the most encouraging and assuring spectacles to the Moral Reformer wbA has for a long time presented itself. Though the platform was graced by the presence of many distinguished philan thropists, the speakers, with the exception of Mr Joseph ; Sturge, the chairman, were all of the working class. Twelve of these, consisting of joinen, blacksmiths; tailors, skinners, shoemakers, stonemasons, papeistaine4s* and men of other handicraft trades, came forward ti state their experience of a long course of total abstinence :» from all fermented liquors. TJieir evidence borfc but :? one character. They looked back to a time whei the indulgence in drinking had made them poor and miser able ; when the tyrant- habit of resorting to the publi can's chimney-corner instead of their own had prostrated their health, their morals, their domes...

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THE "GODLESS" ARCHBISHOP-HATERS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 June 1850

THE 'GODLESS' ^RCHBISHOP-HATEIIS. (From the Tablet, Jan. 12.) : .' We have spent more minutes than iwe care to count in perusing the various paragraphs and columns of tirade against the Archbishop of Tuam, with which certain Irish papers, metropolitan and provincial, of this week are charged. The subject niatier of their vituperations, as may be supposed, is the Godless College of Galway ; and it is amusing to observe how completely the charac ter or me C/Onege is ucuucu uy me cnaracter urinese invectives. Any person who knows the diflferepce be tween religion and irreligion, between Faith and heresy, might form a pretty accurate diagnosis of the institution in question, from these symptons alone. After having read the Cork Southern Reporter, the Galwcy Vindi cator, the Northern Whig, and the Evening Packet, it in wholly unnecessary to read the college statutes. One of these writers, a persori who signs himself ' An Irish Catholic,' the Northern Whig devoutly assures its readers tha...

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WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 June 1850

WEDNESDAY. In the Estate of William Wilson, a first meeting. Claims proved, William Baird, 8/. 14s. 1. ; John Grahame, U. 10s. ; Thos. VVoolley, 1 1. 69. ; M. Abraham, 1/. Is. Before Hia Honor Mr. Justice Dickenaon. Rbleask of Estates.— The Court granted, on the motion of the Chief Commissioner, the application for the releaae from seques ttatK^ of the estate of Nicholas Nelaon, 20». in the pound having been paid. On a similar application in the estate of James Rich ards, the Court directed that the release be granted this day fortnight, it being proved tlm the Insolvent had in the interm »»iwho»u iu« name in two papers. MEETINGS FOR THE WEBK. Tins Day, June 27.-In the estates of John Whitelaw, Nicholas Oavillon, l,ewia Moore, and John Harper (of the late firm of Harper and il/oor), John Longford, William Hipkins, and .Matthew Devenny, certificate meeting, at noon. Friday, June 28.— William Cory, a special at ten Thomas Wells, a single, at half- pant ten. : George Pattrick, a second...

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Bomestic Intelligence. DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. Before the Chief Commissioner. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 June 1850

Bomt&tit Intelligence, . DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. Before the Chipf Commissioner. FRIDAY. In the Estate of Wm. H. Cory, a single meeting. Claims proved - Mary A. Perrier, £12, 6s. 3d. ; W. Coates, £3, 0s. lOd. ; Mary Beaver, £14, 8s. 6d. ; J. B. Viles, £34, 12s. 8d. ; F. Mac kellar, £3, 4s. 6d. ; H. J. Mitchell, £3, Us. lid. All the assets., with the exception of Insolvent's bedding, were directed to be sold. Meeting adjourned to this d*y week. In the Estate of George Pattrick, a first meeting. Claim proved, John Smith, £150 (secured.

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