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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of The Empire [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 26 February 1851
!. Original Correspondence. : A . .. . .- ? y To the Editor of The Empire. - v ¿DJEAR Mn. EDITOR-The' ihsertiori of the enclosed lines of Coleridge may not be con- sidered'mal-apropös to your"; able' loader of tb-day, headed " Social Malady.'* If bat one eWlfif? sinful mortal shall,; byj their,, perusal, ref'rainMrom committing the cowardly crime of self-destruction, you will have '* done a good ; deed" worthy of all commendation. ' r1 Yours truly, " FELO-DE-SE." Feb. 25, 1851.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 26 February 1851
THE EMPIRE, DAILY JOURNAL Ol? NEWS, POLITICS, AND COMMERCE, Is Published every Morning, at G o'clock. Terms of Subscription :-Soven Shillings and Six Ï- «nee per Qnarter, or /JEwo .and Sixpence per; lonth,'payable in advance. Single Numbers-Three Halfpence. Advertisements-Two. Shilliîiga and Sixpence toi ihn first, and Ninepence ibr every additional Inch, for each Insertion.. OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. ifTTTE aro glad to be at liberty to admire the VV'- tone and spirit of its arguments."-. Sydney Morning JIerald,T)eo. 31. " Its numerous leading articles are well and rigorously written."-Maitland Mercury, Jan. 1. " The original articles are well written, and give earnest of much vigour."-¡ Goulburn Herald, Jan. 4. ",\Ve congratulate our contemporary on the elevation;of'sentiment discernable throughout his . remarks."-Melbourne Argus, Jan 9. " It gives fair promise of speedily assuming a . high rank among the Sydney Journals."-Fort Phillip Gazette, Jan. 9. f It has a talcing air about it,...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 26 February 1851
DEPARTURES. February 25.-Australia, ship, 617 tons, Capt. j Meyer, for Port Nicholson. Passengers-Dr. Bormann, Mr. E. M. Templar, Mr. M. P. Stod- j dort, Messrs. John Rubel, John Adams, Frederick Larnaoh, Robert Kite, Augustus Hoffman, J, ,F. Refenning, Adolph Refenning. . ,. , r ^ February 25.-Eagle, steamer, 153 tons, COCK tain Allen, for Moreton Bay-Passengers-Jlr.' John Coutts, William John iBelL .Mr. Donald Coutts, Mr. Hayward Atkins^ Rev. - M. Millard, Mrs; Millard, Mrs. Goode,* Mr. Hi Hoyle, Mr-:?A" W. Comprgne, Mr. J.! Walsh, i Mr. W. D. -W^ip; Mr. G. A. Scott, Mr. Richard Jones, M.L:0.*M$ 19 in the steerage. - , . .. i; J."^
No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 26 February 1851
I .LIDE&.-HÜOHES v. CORT.-Thia case, arising out of a lotter forwarded by the defendant to the complainant and his attorney, which convoyed cer- tain defamatory allegations relative to Mr. Hughes' late Insolvency, was dismissed by the Benoh ; their Worships considering tho doouuient a privi- leged communication. Mr. Martin supported the Íirosecution, and Messrs. Nichols and Shuttleworth br the défonce. ; / ' « '^.r ' ;' - PRISONERS.-Twp labouring men, named 'res? pestively,. Simon Ryan àntU William..¡j,aáft)¿':thé ono charged with horse stealing''and;&lt;thè&lt;'other^ with bigamy, arrived; yesterday fróhi ^laitrand,.. for tho purpose of being dealt with hy the Sydnoy benoh. " """"" """"" ?? - ii t : r LrpBfc,-Our reader* will probably remember an article tbat appeared fa the Jferam ,a,fey days prior to tba late ejection, reflecting on tV»o moral character of the present Mayor, as also a promise on that gentleman's part that the thing should not be forgotten....
THE WORKING CLASSES OF GREAT BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 26 February 1851
THE WORKING CLASSES OP GREAT . BRITAIN. Their present condition, and th» means of their Improvement and Elevation. A Prize Essay. By thc Rev. Samuel G. Green, A.B. CHAP, vu.-THE jonoacH. I take it for granted that the system of doc- trines usually termed Evangelical is tho truth. To establish this in opposition to the claims of other systems would lead too far. Let- every man, however, he his,creed- what ho may, who Calls himself a Christian, seek tb identify his religion with all that ennobles man's daily toil, and hallows his* intercourse with his fellow man.. Let the principles, Work is worship, Religion is love, he everywhere proclaimed. By whomsoever spoken, the words aro true and good. At tho sometime I must earnestly record my belief that' they can be effectually maintained and consis- tently carried out only boneath tho power of tho great constraining motive, which Paul declared to bo the principle of his lifo : " We thus judge, that if one died for all, then all were dead ;...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 26 February 1851
ADVERTISEMENTS. QHAMBERS' '.EDUCATIONAL COURSE Second Book, 4,d..; Simple Lessons, ls.:;'. Moral Class Book, ls. 9d. ; Introduction to Grammar, ls. 6d..; Etymolog}', . 2s. 6d. ; Arithmetic, ls. 3d. ; Algebra, 4s. 6d.V; Key to Algebra, 3s. 6d. ; .Rudiments- of ,Knowledge, ls. ; Vegetable Physiology, 2s. ; History of Rome,'r3s. 6d. ; History oKGreece,'3s. ßd. ; History- of »British Empire, ,8*^6^1 Exemplary Biography, 3s. 6d. îVG'ejpgràplucâl'Primer, lüd. ; School Atlas, 14s.; Prim'er. Atlas,i eight coloured mapa, 3s. .' 6d. ; CaBsari'SsA'jd/; Virgil, 6s. ; Sallust, 2s. 6d. "y OürtiüB' vdo,. Gestis Alexandr! Magni, ''48; 6d.-/^Cioero,-4s'.-' ed..) "Latin' Grammar, 4s. 6d. ""? "&lt; ."*.'.. - W. R. PIDDINGTON, Bookseller, Stationer, and Printseller, 331 Exaotly opposite tho Old Barrack Gate. California. s TUST RECEIVED and on Sale by the'Under 7¿)t;" signed, Californian boots, warranted water- proof. ' * JAMES BEATTIE, i ß&ß.> George-street, 5 doors, south from the ....
CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 26 February 1851
CLEARANCES. February 25.-Christina, brig, 126 tons, Cap- tain Korif,for Melbourne. Passengers-Mr. Ham, Mr. Suttor, Mr. Dickson, Mr. and Mrs. Tobin, Mr.. Littlington Mr. Field, Mr. Davis, Mr. J. Davis, í Adam Colquhoun, Mr. and Mrs. Marah, Mr. J,. Young, Alexander Bond, Mr. and Mrs. Allen and)j 2 children, Patrick Malampire, Francis Waudby, Sim Hawkins, Mr. and Mrs. Davy and 3 children, Mr. T. Mends, Mr. Leding, Mr. Hobson, and 2 ' children, 3 Privates and 3 children, lita Regi- ment. February 25. - Picard, brigantine, 171 tons, Captain James Lacy, for Melbourne. Passengers ?-Mr. T. W. Bowden, John Thompson, William Platts. February 25.-Martha, U. S. ship, 538 tons, Captain Towne, for San Francisco. Passengers Samuel Barley, Timothy Shea and wife, Margaret Shea; John 'Shea, Andrew and Jane Cummins, Thomas Cummins, Bridget Cummins, Elizabeth Hussey, William and Margaret Morgan, Mary, John, George, and William Morgan, David and . Ellen Wallis, Ellen Wallis, William Rooke, Ed ward Gandy...
Coroner's Court. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 27 February 1851
Coroner'* Court. AN Inquest ww held at the « Ship and Mermaid," Gloucester-street, on the body of John Moons, who had fallen dead between the hours of 9 and 10. William Collins deposed to having seen bim stagger and fall ; witness approached deceased and asked him if be was ill; Moons exclaimed "My God, lara ill," and died almost immediately Dr. M'Kellar stated that having examined de- ceased by post moBtem, he found an engorgement ot*the heart, spleen, and intestines; a peculiar, fludity of the blood existed-the spleen breaking upon the slightest touch. Verdict-died by the visitation of God.
CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 27 February 1851
.CLEARANOESí V 'ÍVV .February 26Í-Trafalgar, 'bárque¿' '528: tons, Captain1 'William Wright,'forTióndón.' "Passen gera^Mr.- James' Hunter^'Mr., John Dunstone, and Miss Jessie Cameron; ."' February *26i-Desfondes^'' brigantine, 143 tons, Captain Bartram', for Geelong;11 Passengers -Matthew Hayes and child, Mary Warren and two children. . February 26.-Maukin, brig, 106 tons, Captain James Bowden, for Auckland. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Madden and child, Mr. and Mrs. Carr and child, Mr. Newman, France* Connell,' Mr. Hull, Christopher Leighton, William Stuckley, Henry Williams, Henry and George Partington, Isuac French, David Duguan.
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 27 February 1851
IMPORTS. February 26.-Duchess Northumborland, 541 tons,. Captain Benjamin Freeman, from London via Moreton Bay, 50 cases gin, 20 cases brandy, '?> Mids. B.P. ram, 482 deals, 30 hhcls'. beor, 50 tons pig irön, 212 casks bottled beer, Smith, Campbell, and Co. February 26.-Shamrook, steamer, 200 tons, Captain Gilmore, from Melbourne and Twofold Bay.: il8' bales wool, Mort and Brown ; 5 bales wool, 1 parcel, Thacker and Co. ; 22 halos wool, ll. llamiton ; IO, bales wool, D. Nicholson ; 3 bales .wool, J. W. Gosling ; 7 bales wool, M. Joseph j 27 bales wool, order.
THE EMPIRE. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1851. CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 27 February 1851
THE EMPIRE. THURSDAY, FUHR UAR T 27, 1851. CALIFORNIA. BY the Almeda wo aro placed in posses- sion of San Francisco papers to the 11th of January.. Tho election of Mayor of San Francisco, and also tho Sacramento election of a member of tho Legislative Assembly, had terminated in favour of tho Whigs. Tho general stato of tho markets is characterised as oxtromely dull. Tho American spirit of commerce was contemplating a direct traffic with Japan. Now and rich " diggings" were said to have boen discovered on the Feather River and in othov places. Mur ?;dew ona robberíe» still occupied, a. prorov 3neut placo- |n tjro"ídM)^T-''i^0lnÍ9'r^líé winter liad been, véryïèwref} tl|é: '' public Balance^ orj7ecejnber^3rd? reports " Eighteen niuiérs' are said to' have j. perished in' the snow on the head waters ' of the Feather River, and tears aré eiiter L taiued for the1 safety of about two'hùti drëd men who had determirïed td winter upon the.??Notthl^o'rk;,M*-'""'-"ir': ' "' : ;The'Custom House ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 27 February 1851
The Asanath has had a lengthened passage in. consequence of light winds au J calms. ' The latter having lasted for eighteen days on the stretch. Through the late heavy weather the Eliza was compelled to return to port. She' had only lost four Horses. This, c msidering the gala's and fearful seas consequent theron, tells well for tlté ship and those in charge. She will shortly resume her voyage The Almeda has made a quick run from San Francisco to this port, she sighted the Sydney . Heads on Friday last, and was caught in the severe southerly gales, she drifted past the port. She is a fine looking craft, and it is the intention of the owners to keep her in the Colonial trude. The Almeda spoke the U S. Whaling ship George and Mary, from New Bedford, out six und a half months, 3 fish.; she was hjnnd for Berhings Straits to fill up with Boohead oil. English news reported by the Almeda up to the 9th November, but there was not any English paperson board. By the Beaver, wo have a report o...
DOMESTIC. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 27 February 1851
DOMESTIC. Abstract of Auction Salea. THIS DAY. Messrs. MORT AND BROWN-At their Booms, at 11 o'olook, 4 oases new and standard books ; at. the Cireular Quay, at ll o'clock, 147 bales [ wool, 1102 sheepskins, 73 salted hides ; at 12' o'clock, 14 imported Saxon Merino Barns. Mr. E. SALAMOS-At Argyle-street, at ll o'clock, household furniture and effects. Mr. G. A. LLOYD--At the City Mart, at ll o'clock, new books, ex Tartar. Ma. S. LYONS-At his Mart, at ll o'clock, allot- ments of Laud in Sussex-street.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAD. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 27 February 1851
^.^""ÍRRTVAP, j IL.«!.'; Captain ¡¡Mattbew Rooney, frop*. Bealè^, jOri tbo( 10th December, in ballast. ' i February' 26.-Shamrock, steamer, 20p( tonsj Captain . Gilmore, from Launceston the " i^h', Melbourne 122nd, and Twofold Bay the . ¿5th înstanC Passengers-His Honor C. J. La Trpbei' Mrs. Colonel'Anderson and family, Miss Mullaly, Mr. J. Thompson, Mr. Lyon, Mr. Hamilton, Mr. Donaldf'M^; J. Donald, Mr. Lamb, Mr. Cohen, Mr. and Mrs'. Cohen,'-Mr. and Mrs. Robinson, two children and serrant, Mrs. Curr, Mr." A'Beckett, Mr. Urquhart, Mr. Livingstone, Dr. Bedford, Mr. Smith, Captain Johnstone, Mrs. Wentworth, Mrs. Murray, Mr. Stevenson, Mr. J. Walker, Mrs. Cameron, Mr. Barclay, Miss Gefl'ert, Miss M*Lachlan, Mrs. Poppy, Mr. Jackson, Mr. and Mrs"r"T)wyer,' Mr. Hooper, Mr. Mahoney, Mrs. Mealey, . Mr. O'Neil, Mrs. White, Mr. and Mrs. Foster, Mr, Burgess, Mr Stuart. February ^26. -Duchess Northumberland, 541 tons, Captain Benjamin Freeman, from London via Moreton" Bay,' the'17th instant. Pa...
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 27 February 1851
The;,'RIioheK;1jrçr1.ltiie ..North , Artic, i a'nd,:the. Fancy^for.the^Soutii Soa¡ Fisheries ; ,tho .Maukin,, foi;.Aupkhiu^ii f^heíEmma,^ for HobartjTown } ;the,' Picard? a^d^fe^tlnoi»'; for. .Melbourne,;..vthe,jpi.s-l:r . lander,i,fo,r Geebjn.gjvf.,, (¡.^ ki.r aj^j
Central Criminal Court. Before His Honor Mr. Justice Dickinson. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 27 February 1851
Central Criminal Court. Before His Honor Mr. Justice Dickinson. IN RE JENNINGS.-At the opening of the court yesterday, the Jury not. agreeing to '. their verdict in this case, the prisoner, was discharged. Barney Coyle, a lad under 14 years of age, was indicted fir having committed an in- decent assault upon Hannah Hooper, at Wa- verly, on the 8th of January last. Mr. Pearson Thompson defended the prisoner at His Honor's request. The jury retired for .about half an hour, «nd returned-with the somewhat astounding finding of guilty of a common assault. His Honor recorded the verdict, hut expressed himself doubtful as to its legality, and intimated his intention to. submit the question to his brother Judges. The boy wa* consequently' remanded to await the decision of the Ju Iges. Henry Thomas was indicted for bavins, on i1'*.* jiisrht of the 20th of December, 1850, ttueuiptcd uv commit a highway robbery on the person of Thomas Cozer, with the intent violently and feloniously to rob the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 27 February 1851
ADVERTISEMENTS. DIED. Afc her residence, Exeter-place, Sirs. Lomas, after a short illness, «ged 45 years. BOYAL VICTORIA THEATRE. COME ONI?! COME ALL ! FOR THE BENEFIT Ol? MR. SPENCER. Kirst Appearance of MR. SPENORR in tho Character of RICHARD III! THESE EIGHT YEARS. MK. READING INTNAVAL HORNPIPE. A Choice Solection of Entortaiumonts, and tho Parco of MY PRECIOUS BETSY. MU. SPENCER in returning thnnks for tho Support he has reoeived on former occa «ioiis, hoys respectfully to announce to his .».'r tends, the Public of Sydney and its vicinity, ¿hat his Benefit will take place nt the Royal Victoria Theatre, on Thursday Evening, 27tb February, when h» will onee inore appear before them in the Ardnen» Chercher of RICHARD Uli »ml triwte timi bi» effort» will meet their approbation, and that be may he favorably re* membered fer AULD LANG- SYNE J THIS EVENING (THURSDAY}, FEB. 27, The Evenings Entertainments will commence with Sbaicspear's admired Tragedy, in 5 Acts, entitled RICHARD THE T...
Original Correspondence. To the Editor of The Empire. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 27 February 1851
Original Correspondence. ? To the Editor 0/ The Empire. Sm-As ono of your readers, and one (perhapB j you may think me unfortunate) who cannot agree with your remarks in yesterday's paper, 1 hope you will allow me to say a few words. The ap- parent bearing of your article recalls to my mind the following lines, as indicating the age we live in : "Truth ! what is truth ? shall Isarel's king or Btate, Bow down in Salem's costly shrine, to be Thereon enthroned between the Cherubim, Because the Lord is God ! Nay, wo but kneeled Before the Ark, by yonder vail concealed, Because that solemn ark to consecrate The people chose." An attentive perusal of the chapter you have published in to-day's paper, from the Prize Essay . of the ltev. Samuel G. Green, A.B., should, I think have giveu a different impression to your thoughts, There it is broadly stated, in answer to a question, " In the truth, we cannot doubt, committed to tho church and its ministers, high and beautiful is the ideal there ...