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INSOLVENT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 1 March 1851

INSOLVENT 'COURT. THURSDAY. John Smith Papps,-Claims amounting1 to £232 14s. wero proved at,a.''singlo meeting i" this estate. Adjourned .until'Monday. * Ï'KIDAY. ' . David ' Griffiths'* Jones, ; adjourned second meeting. The insolvent and some witnesses nero examined, and ono dóbt'próved, £72 13s. Meet- ing adjourned to the 14th March next. William 'Leo, singlo meeting ; debts proved, £03 Gs; lOd.. A schedulo of tho insolvent's trans- actions lor tho last six months Ordered to be filed) I and meeting adjourned to the l.ßth March next. ; ' Aoton Sillitou.- I bis insolvent was examine' 1 at grout length, which closed.tho meeting. NEW INSOLVENTS, t Thomas Molloy, of Goorgo-strect, Sydney, licensed victualler. Amount ot' liabilities, ¿t'H'.'I '¿¡i. Gd. Assets..value ol' personal propt-'t'ty, £ü(i¿' j outstanding, debts, £73 ûs. Amount ut -"--'--\r'--7--' deficiency, £452 1$, ßd, 'Mr, William >Vrry> pöicirtl assignee, ?-; , > , .i ^ Wicks Morton, pf &ing«-street> bat...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DOMESTIC. Abstract of Auction Sales. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 1 March 1851

? DOMESTIC. Abstract of Auction Sales. , THIS DAY. MR. A. MOORE-At-tho Sportsman's Arms, al ll o'clock, tho surpins stock-in-trade, etc. MR. STEWART-At tho Horso Bazaar, at l-l o'clock, horses, mnros, entires, and colts. HR. S. LYONS-At "tho Wharf ol' lt. Towns, Esq.. Miller's Point, at ll -o'clock, 6 cases Munta's ... metal. ... . :.. ... _ ....... . MESSRS. MORT AND BROWN-At tho Lodge Gate, Elizabeth Bay, at 2 o'clock, China plants, ei iïenk.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 1 March 1851

ON SALE, at the Stores of tho Under- signed Kartell's and Honnossy's brandy Jamaica rum Caso gin (Dutch proof) .Double demy printing paper Imperial, royal, and bag-cap paper Champagne, in one and two dozen oases Sextants and quadrants Wilkinson's beat sheepshears Best whito lead Heads suitable for tho Island trade, &o>. . . L. «S; S. SAMUEL. Titt-strcct, _ 350 To Licensed Victuallers and Otnera. LAVERS AND CO.'S -GINGER WINE. SINCE tho introduction of the above article by tho undersigned, advantage has been taken of tho demand for tho same, and lin article bearing the name of Ginger Wine sold ut ii low price, but of a most inferior, arid positively . injurious character. We therefore take tho present opportunity of informing tho trade, that wo have greatly re- duced its price, looking for a remuneration m a corresponding iucroaso of salo. The tfnot that our Ginger Wino has been re- peatedly sent to the India market, and realized a nigher prico than Ginger Wino sent there ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 1 March 1851

f .-. , . . ¡ REPORT of .theBoard of Health en the sub ¡ .ject of Diseased Cuttle, which had been re- ferred to -it '¡ for consideration by the .Council; . " 1 ,. Committee trr-Alderman Fisher, Council- lors Ryan,'Weekes, Moore, Lenehan, Roberts, j and Tierney. Your Committee on entering into .the in vestigation entrusted to them, became imme- diately, apprized of,facts, demonstrating that, the pernicious practice of slaughtering cattle which were in a highly, diseased state had. been prevalent for a considerable time and to a great extent. '. Your Committee , also received ' adequate information that' notwithstanding, the noto- riety, bf thësèVvils'existing, that the Legis- lature h'aving;devis'ed ineaus to abate the in, by the lOch claiiseof the ic Act to amend the Law relating.to the licensing of. Slaughter ? Houses witliin 'the City and Suburbs of Syd- ney, and for the prevention of. other nuisan- ces within the same,',' assented to 12th Oct., 1849; as quoted by one of the witne...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 1 March 1851

EXPORTS. February 28.-Jane Catherine, barque, 250 iona, Captain W. W. Wilson, for Valparaiso': 120 toils:coals,.W. W. Wilson. February 28.-Esther, schooner, 54 tons, Cap- tain W.¡Laurie,1 forNelson, with 3 hhds. brandy, 3-hhds. whiskey, 40 half cases Geneva, 1 case, cigars,'243 bags sugar, 25 chests 10 half chests congou, G boxes' gunpowder' ten, 5 barrels currants I chsë figs,, i case raisins,- 15 cases wine, 4 boxes almonds, 1-bag.of arrowroot, 2 boxes chocolate, 2 boxes preserves 4 bags pepper, 10 'bags jrice, ,1 box- sago, 2 tierces loaf sugar, 10 barrels,^V^caso liorrings, 2, keg- saltpetre, I, case, .1' box, coil feo-' tióiiary,;38 pftckages oilmanjs stores, ."Ukeg, jeed, 32 casks ale'and'porter, Í cask, 1 cpjs^lass Ware, 3 bags sal triábales, 1 case paper, 6,'.b'.algs"of'bjpigs,. 1 case tiu\ya**e,.l hhd, 1 casie' írWmó^e^^ig^' 1 kég.brusfcyáre, 2 cases, .2p;<box^%oap{'^jI^alj9¡ druggett,\bales, 2, cases uroperj,'*5 packages buskets, 6 cans paint bil, ,1 bundlé.shpv...

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Police Office. Before the Police Magistrate Captain, Moriarty, and Edward Flood, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 1 March 1851

Police Office. Before the ' Police Magistrate Captain, Mori- arty, and "Edward Flood, ksq. ASSAULT.-Abraham Sampson, a man of colour, was brought before the Beuch< charged -with assaulting a Mrs. O Neill, with a stick which was "produced in Court. This ease arose out of 'one of those neighbourly squabbles so famous in Police Office annals. Mr. Nichols appeared for the defence, and 'elicited that the assault was commenced by ¡the complainant, which ho .vever, was not taken as any palliation for striking a woman. The' man pleaded in defence, that " the woman could hit .hard,."v.aud that, she, ,had given him " some most tremendous clips." ile was sentenced to pay £1 ami li. costs, or go to gaol for 14 days. Before the Police Magistrate. ALLEGBO LIBEL.-Mr. Henry Parkes appeared before the Bench at the instance of George Hill, Esq;, J. P., for publishing a false scandalous and malicious libel on that, gentle- man, in the Empire of the 22nd ultimo, en- titled "George Hill-The m...

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Central Criminal Court. FRIDAY. Before His Honor, Mr. Justice Therry. ASSAULT WITH INTENT, &C. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 1 March 1851

Central Criminal Court!. Fui DA Y, . Before Iiis Honor, Mr! Justice Therry. ASSAULT WITH INTKfíT, &C. Charles Grane was indicted tor having as- I saulted a child of 3 y earshot' age, named Mary J Ward, with intent to commit a rape, in the old burial ground, on the 4th Pebruary inst. Verdict-guilty^ ?- Sentenced to be worked'on' the public roads for three years. , STABBING AND . WOUNDING. George Jackson and George Mumfoiil j were indicted for maliciously stabbing and: wounding "William Ekins, a coastable in the' iiydu?y Police. , Verdict-guilty. .Mumfordj was recommended to mercy, and was sen-; teneed to hard labour, on the roads for five j years, with au intimation that a great portion: of the sentence would probably be- remitted.! Jackson was'sentenced to-hard labour on the1 toads for, 10 years, the three first to be .endured in irons. ' ; Be/ore His, Honor the Chief Justice, : MURDEH. ; ? '? John Edmonson vyas indicted for haying! administered a large quantity of a tertain...

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THE EMPIRE. SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1851. A HERO WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 1 March 1851

THE EMPIRE. . "SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1851.. A HERO WANTED. Tr is impossible to dissent iii toto from the favourite theory of Mr. Thomas Carlyle, vii though a man may ' he very far from going tho whole length" with, the magnilo- quent hero-worshipper in his speculations upon 'that ;poiut. - Men will worship. Wherever a man sees! a projected image of his own .sou?, magnified and cthercalised 'ia'sômë^,e^fèé,''/p^ei:è,>.instinctively, will his knees bond in. sincere homage. It is vain to ai'gue against ' this inborn ten ...dpopy .'itt..lninjan ;nature.j. for,, after all, ..poor human n'atu^oJ(^.^'t ih^lp i.fc. ' And ithe only effective thipgr tjmt (oan,bo; done foi"human naturo\;inn this: .caso,1 is>?>to'fiud 'out a legitihiatb 'and'' géáttíúe Hero worthy of.'the worship which^is' oxcited'in his follows. In order to establish any toler- able form,'of, Horo-Worship,vit is abso- lutely necessary that you should-as ?Mrs. Glass would say-lirst catch your Hero. Now, wo Sydney.folk aro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 1 March 1851

THE EMPIRE, DAILY JOURNAL OF NEWS, TOLITICS, AND COMMERCE, ? Ts Published every Morning, at 6 o'clock. Term's of Subscription :-Seven Shillings ¿incl Six- pence per Quarter, or Two and Sixpemftf per Month, payable in advance. Singlo Numbers-Three Halfpence. Advertisements-Two Shillings and Sixpence tor the first, and Ninepence for every additional Inch, for each Insertion. OPINIONS OF THE TRESS. ffTTTE are glad to be afc liberty to admire tho VV tone ,and spirit of its arguments." Sydney Morning Herald, Deo. 31. " Its numerous leading articles are well and rigorously written."-Maitland Mercury, Jan. 1. " Tho original articles are well written, and ¡give earnest of much vigour."--Goulburn Herald, Jan. 4. "We 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 tho Sydney Journals."-Pori Phillip Gazette, Jun. 9. " ' " It has a talcing air about it, remar...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 1 March 1851

STEALING.--Patrick Carmichael was giren in charge to Sergeant Mitchell by Mr. Gregan pawnbroker, last evening at about »ix o'cl :k for stea ing a watch, vallie £1. It appears that Mr. Gregan had the watch (which be longed to the prisoner) in pawn, and the lat- ter called for the purpose of releasing it, but instead of paying the sum pawned upon-it, he snatched the watch from the counter, and attempted to run away, when Mr. Gregan gave him io charge. BURGLARY. - Between twelve and one o'clock this morning, the shop of a leather seller,adjoining the Auction Rooms of Messrs. Hurt and Brown, was discovered by one of the street watchmen to have been broken into during the night. . One of the thieves, who was stripped to his shirt sleeves, made off through the new buildings in the course of erection opposite, and across the old 'Darrick Square in the direction of Church Hill. The burglar was vigilantly pursued, and the cry of " Stop thief 1" being raised, he was sur- prised aud overpowere...

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GAOL DELIVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 March 1851

GAOL DELIVERY. Barney Cole, the b >y who was tried before Mr. Justice Dickinson, and convicted of an indecent assault, and found guilty of a com- mon assault, but was remanded for sentence, was sentenced to be imprisoned in Sydney Gaol for six weeks, and at the expiration of that period, to lind sureties for his good behaviour for twelve months. Tue prisoner waa afterwards discharged upon the grounds that the indictment alleged an indecent as- sault, while the jury found a verdict of common assault. His Honor the Judge nor. anticipat- ing that the jury would find a contrary verdict to the indictment, did not charge them to consider whether the assault was against the consent of the prosecutor, and as it was in- consistent for any person to consent to an assault, there was nothing -before, the court to ascertain whether they, (the jury) had taken that point into consideration, mid therefore the prisoner must be discharged. William Smith convicted of obtaining goods under false pre...

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INSOLVENT COURT. Saturday, March 1. Before the Chief Commissioner. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 March 1851

INSOLVENT CO DUT. Saturday, March 1. Before the Chief Commissioner. Charles Appleton,, the younger-an adjourned, certificate meeting. Several witnesses were ex- amined, and the meeting ivas adjourned to the 8th instant. MEETINGS TO-DAY. John Smith Tapps-an adjourned single meet- ing at ll. TUESDAY. John Gildon Hand-a third meeting at ll. Henry Siuenthman-a single meeting at half past ll. Charles Alexander Armytage-un adjourned single meeting at half-past 12. WEDNESDAY. Daniel Healy-a single meeting (at Bathurst) nt ll. Edward. Morgan-a. single- mooting (at Bathurst) at 12. THURSDAY. Charles Thompson-a special meeting at 10. James Elliott, William Huntley, James George Hughes, William Hill, and Edward Kennedy-for certificates at 12. TRIDAY. Samuel Terry Hughes-a. third meeting at li. Samuel Allan. Wood-a single meeting nt half-past 12. SATURDAY. Thomas Molloy.-a single meeting at ll. diaries Appleton-an adjourned certificate! meeting at 10.

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DOMESTIC. THIS DAY, [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 March 1851

Abstract of Awc«p» Boies, THÍS DAT, MR. E " SALAMOS,-At lu's rooms, nt ll o'eWb, Sundries, nt 12 o'clock, Law Books. MR. J. G. COUEN.-At Campbell's Wharf, at ll o'clock, Baltic Deals. MR. C. iinvTOX,-At the Boyal Hotel, at li o'clock, Iron Bedsteads, Household i'urninuv, Chimney Glasses, Cheval und Dressing Glasses. Mn. H. A. GRAVES,-Tn Crown-street, at hall past 10 o'elovk, Household Furniture. MR. S LYONS,-At his murtr a* ll. o'clock, Erab Hais, Drapery Goods, Camperdown Allot- ments, liing Fishr Cod Fish. MESSRS MORT AND UROWX,:-At Macquarie Place, at 11 o'clock, Whaling Stores, :>9 Tierces Beef.

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Contral Criminal Court. Before His Honor the Chief Justice. ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 March 1851

Contra! Criminal Court. Before His Honor the Chief Ju ¡tice. BOBBERY. Thom ts. Bowling WHS. indicted for an assault and'robbery. Verdict guilty. Sen- tenced to be worked ou the roads or other public works, for the terra of five years.

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Before His Honor Mr. Justice Therry. RAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 March 1851

Befo re His Honor Mr. Justice Therry. HA PE. Ctthecine Dunn was indicted for wilful and eo-rupt perjury. This trial anns out of a etnrg-j of rape, which the prisoner for some uiahguant purpose of her own, had preferred «i ii ist Mr. Davies, ot* the firm of Davies and I) iffiu, York-street. The evidence of course went to show that the prisoner falsely accused the prosecutor or' tue crime, the particulars of which ap- peared in a former number of our journal. She displayed un ignorance and recklessness with regard to the solemnity of the crime of which she had accused her employer, truly lamentable. The evidence being fully estab- lished, the jury returned a verdict of guilty, and the prisoner was sentenced to be im- prisoned in Sydney Gaol,, for the period of turee years, with hard labour. The light- ness of the sentence compared with the Strempt to s ware away the life of "Ja fellow creature is atributante to a recommendation oi marcy on account of . her youth ami ignorance. j

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 March 1851

PROJECTED DEPARTURES. Thc Mary Jane, for Moreton Bay ; the Miranda, for Port Albert ; tho Visen, for Nowcastlo : the Picard, for Newcastle ;|the Deslande¡.',for Geelong' ; the Jane Catherine for Val Paraiso.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 March 1851

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Mr. Robertson's letter on the "Native Dog," though in type, unavoidably stands over till our n»xt. Also, other matter. All Deaths, Births, or Marriages, must be au- thenticated by the parties sending them.

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 March 1851

EXPORTS. March -Miranda, schooner, 127 tons, Captain Bentley, ibr Tort Albert : 20 chests and 100 hnlf chosts'tca, 1 quarter cask .wine, 1 quarter cask brandy, 4 packages tobacco, 2 ba^-s rico, and sun- dry British and Colonial free good, Bentley. March 1. - Emma, . brig, 139 tons, Captain Pocklcy, for Hobart Town, (additional) : 40 hogs- heads porter, J. Macnamara; -79 hides, J. Hop- kins; 2 trunks shoes, 1 caso linens, 1 caso hats, lieorgo líeos ; 1 jar Lucca oil, Gilchrist and Al- exander, 1 case hats, Watkins and Dean. March 1.-Comet, schooner,. 92 tons, Captain Cork, for Port Victoria : 1 barrel whiskey, 1 caso cigars, box 1 \tobacco, 5 cases Geneva. 10 bags sugar, 10 casks boor, 4 crates crockery, 20 cases wino, 1 cwt. loaf sugar, fl30 sheep,* 14 horses, 'll. Cor k ; 1 cask 3 cases drugs, A. Foss. March 1.-Shamrock, steamer, 200 tons, Cap- tain Gilmore, for Twofold Bay: 1 cask rum, 3 eases gin, 1 caso wine, G packages tea, 31 mats, 1 package sugar, 2 packages tobacco, 1 case c...

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 March 1851

COASTERS INWARDS. M-eli 1.-Turnar, Btcamor, 130, Taine, from .Morpeth, with 24 trusses hay, 21 bales wool, 14."5. bays grain, 2 tons Hour, 13 bags onions, 30 bags barley, 25 bugs oats, 17 bags bran, 4 pigs, S3 bags' wheat aiul sundries ; ltoso, steamer, 172, Hurtling) from Morpeth, with 53 trusses hay, 75 bags wlio'it, 02 bags barley, 24 bags of onions, 17 huies, 14 b igs potatoes, 40 pigs, 20 lambs, 50 bales wool, DO bags bran, 45 bags Hour and sun- di ¡os j Thistle, steamer, 127,. Mullhall, from Morpeth, with 63 hags limn, 60 bags flour, 340 bushel* wheat, 379 bushels burley, 09 bushels maize, 31 bims onions, 5 casks ale, 30 trusses bay, io bags potatoes, 70 rains and sundries,

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 March 1851

DB. LAXGI-We perceive by the Lvnnces ton Examiner that nn effort is being made u\ Vuu Diemen's Lund, to aid in the gênerai subscription which has been set on foot for abviating the Jtev. Gentleman's Immigration difficulties. POLICE OFFICE.-Tbs most of the cases on Saturday's list were postponed till, to-day, and to-morrow. Of those disposed of, there were nine drunkards; penalty as usual, 5s. or 24 hours'seclusion at Darlinghurst. Tliuse on the Summons and Kree Lists were, John Gammie,, charged by Esther Simmon* with refusing to support his illigetimate child postponed till to-morrow ; Charles Aber- crombie, at the instance of George Young, for neglecting to pay the amount of arrea ra of Avales due io the latter-payment! inforced, as also 10.i. for loss of time Samuel Heath, breach of th- Police Aot, postponed till to-morrow j Emanuel Joseph, violent assault, postponed till to- morrow ; Robert Carmichael, stealing u watch,, remanded till to-day ; George Gray, suspicion of robbery, d...

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