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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 March 1851
The Liberty has had very rough weather out- side ; lier cargo consists of 79 bales wool and 205 sheepskins. Tho Efibrt schooner left the same day as the Liberty for this port. She reports some fearful encounters between the hincks and the native police, near Canfield's station. The Helen had arrived on the 7th ult. The Tetrel has been several days boxing oft" and on the coast, unable to fetch port She brings a caso of gold «lust (amount unknown) for Messrs. C. Newton, Brothers. Tho Monarch has had a very long passage. Her Captain, died on tho passage, and the Chief Officer was in command. The Castle Eden had arrived from Plymouth, with 200 emigrants, 2 j days before tho Monarch sailed. Í -J«T»«-^T»««--,-:---.-.
Poetry for the People. THE PEOPLE'S APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 March 1851
Poetry for tho People. THE PEOPLE'S APPEAL. Lords oftlie Isles, yo have halls ol' pride, And the shadoof your woods lies green and wide ; Ye hold the stores of our hidden mines, Our moorland wastes, and our mountain pines, And the wealth that each deep old river pours Through a thousand valleys-all are yours : Ye own the land, and ye claim tho sea, But hold-let the people's bread be free ! Freo as the wido earth pours her store From age to ago and from shore to shore, With a truth still found in tho faithful soil, For the sower's trust and tho reaper's toil : Free ns waves in the summer light, O'er sunny slope and o'er boundless plain, The wealth of the yet ungathered grain, Growing in silence'day and night, As it grow in tho world's far youth-ero yet The spoiler's seal on its gold was set, And grows unchanged through tho bonds and fears That crowd on these weak and waning years. Wo liave seen the corn wave's golden swell Where tho pride of the forest's glory fell We have heard the ...
COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 March 1851
COASTERS OUTWARDS. Mareil 1,-Catherine, 20 tons, Nicholson, for Twofold Bay, with sundries ; Rose, 40, Briggs, for Newcastle, with sundries, and in ballast ; High- land Lass,23, Cook, for Bateman's Bay, in ballast, and with sundries ; Dolus, 43. Watts, lor tho Tweed River, in ballast; Tamar, steamer, 130, Taine, for Morpotb, with sundries.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 March 1851
8HIFPWO XWTELLIOEyOE, ARRIVAI», Maro"» ^--Liberty, schooner, 53 tons, gaptatn, Johnson, from Wide Bay, tho 6th ultimo,; , Pasr sengers-Five in the steerage. ^ p;ii n ! March 2.-Petrel, schooner, 69 tons, Captain "Wilkinson, from Honolulu, 15th January, iu bal- last. Passengers-Mr. Nicholas Clayton, Mrs. Cellwood and Mr. D. Newland. March 2.-Monarch, barque, 314 tons, Captain Harrison, from Port Victoria, the 9th February, in ballast; Passengers-Mr. J. Sanctuary, Felix Dobas Lanis, Marie Jean Etienne, Frauds Fribou let, and C. JJ. Robinson. "% Tho Fanny Fisher, the Ganges, nnd the Sir John Byng, were off the Heads, from Newcas- tle, with coals last evening.
CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 March 1851
CLEARANCES. Mardi 1,-Vixen, schooner, 126 tons, Captain M'Kinlay, for Newcastle, in ballast. March' 1.-Miranda, schooner, 127 tons, Cap- tain Bentley, for Port Albert. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Leonard and Son, Mr. Jones, Mr. Phil- lip, Mr. Bodman, Mr. Greig, Mr. and Mrs. Yatty and son. March 1.-Mary Jane, schooner, 92 tons, Cap- tain Gourlay, for Moreton Bay. Passengers Mr. and Mrs. Melson and family, Mr. John John- son, Mr. Henry Lawrence, Mr. Albert Stevens, Mr. Authouy Stear, Arthur Melson, Mr. Jonathan Piegan, Mi . .liing, and Mr. Jones.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 March 1851
SUNDRIES. C1EYL0N CURRY POWDER/ tho true Indit J Curry Mustard, in tins, and 1 lb. and i lb. bottles Soap, first quality, I cwt. aud ¿ cwt. boxes Blue, superior quality - : - Washing1 Soda Mould Candles, from the best refined tallow Bath Bricks Whiting Blacking, Day and Martin'a, in bottles Paste Blacking-ditto, in tina Best English Starch Scotch Oatmeal, warranted genuine Patent Groats, in tins Bermuda Arrowroot Pearl Sago Basket Salt . . . Liverpool Salt, in 2 cwt. bags Dairy, Salt, ditto ,Bock'Salt, in large lumps ' ...... London "Vinegar, in hhds., quarterdecks, bottled and draft , t., .Tobacco-pipes, in IO and 20 gross boxes ' . ; .Manila Cigars,, . ' "vi' . ^.^Viii^.and'-ßeer Corká!,;':'/" ' . . Carbonate of Soda ; . ' .'. ? Tavtario Acid ? . ? '? ^- i Sperm Candles, English, AmèricànV.âh'd Belmont Carriage Wax-lights Bed herrings, in tins, very fine. Sardines . JVesh Salmon, 1 lb.,- 2lb., Sib., and 4lb. tins Anchovy and Bloater Paste t . Houey.. .French Capers, pints and qunr...
TRADES' ARTICLES. No. IX— THE HAIR-DRESSER. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 March 1851
TRADES' ARTICLES. No. IX.-THE HAIR-DRESSER. DY ALFRED 1'VSE. THE Hair-dresser has charge of thc only covering left by God to man-thisis his business and calling. "While other trades are to supply clothing for imper- fect nakedness; the Hair-dresser has con- cern with the noblest work of his Maker. Pondered on rightly, this is a high voca- tion-this decorating and holding in order the beautiful natural veil of the brain:seat of man ! If we have given large praise to him who can cut dull, lifeless matter into comely trim and shape-how much more exalted his eulogy, whose occupation it is to keep the flowing organic threads 1 that grow out of and descend from thc head, in graceful and healthful condition? Wc are aware that the elevation of trader simple and unpretending in appearance and action, maybe smiled at, because men j have not thought in the way we teach. But only dwell on the question in con I nexion with God's work, and you will feel, I that justice has been done, where least ...
THE EMPIRE. MONDAY, MARCH 3, 1851. OUR LIBEL CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 March 1851
MONDA Y, MAR CIT 3, 18S1. " SET a beggar on horseback, and he will ride to"-a certain very., eminent personage. Literally speaking, in this younger and purer portion of the ¿dobo, the inaccessibility of His Satanic'Majesty may not admit of the Old World's application of the adage ; but there is another distinguished individual who is said to be equally attractive to high-flown and break-neck vulgarity, and far less observant of etiquette regarding the condition of his visitors. How far this personage- may- be connected with our Libel Case, we pretend not to say. Still the old saying above quoted will be aptly illustrative of tho prosecution instituted ngaiust us. Figuratively, Mr. George Hill stands in the beggar's stirrups. If the law of libel is to be put in force by every inflated blockhead who gets his diseased vanity ruffled by the unpalatable comments of a public writer, wc shall soon have a mighty multitude of Johnny Gilpins. For so long as thc spirit of Englishmen shall live...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 March 1851
THE EMPIRE, DAILY JOURNAL OF NEWS, POLITICS, AND COMMERCE, . Ts Published every Morning, at 6 o'clock. Terms of Subscription :-Seven Shillingsand Six- pence per Quarter, or Two and Sixpence per Month, payable in advance. Single Nuinùers-Three Halfpence. Advertisements-Two Shillings and Sixpence îoi th;» first, und Ninepence for every additional Inch, for each Insertion. OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. CiTTTE are glad to be at liberty to admire the VV tone and spirit of its arguments." Sydney Morning Herald, Dec. 31. " Its numerous leading articles are well and vigorously written."-Maitland Mercury, Jan. 1. " Tho original articles aro 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 tiigli r*uk among the Sydney Journals."-Fort Phillip Gazelle, Jan. 9. " It has & taking air about it, remar...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 March 1851
DEPARTURES. March 1.-Shamrock, steamer, 200 tons, Cap- tain Gilmore, for Twofold Bay, Melbourne, and Launceston. Passengers-Mr. and Airs. Rogers, 2 Misses Rogers and 2 Master Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Rowling, Mr. Lloyd, Mr. 'frasers, Mr. Were, Mr. Dunsford, Mr. Hindson, Mr. Bradley, Miss E. Bradloy, Mr. Vallack, Mr. and Mrs. Bradcock, Mr. a'Beckett, Mr. Smith/Mr. Barclay, Mr. J. Walker, Mr. Mackay, Mr. Langmaid, Mr- G. Price, Mr. Pilkington, Miss Howe, Mrs. Curr, and 5 children, Mrs. Cameron, Mrs. and Miss Now. Mr. Samuel Browning, Captain Wood, Mrs. Mul gary, Sergeant Cartwright, A. Macley, Mr. White, Mr. Reilly, Mr. Denshy, Throston and wife. March" 1.-John Potter, U. S. barque, 166 tons, Captain Benjamin Mitchell, for San Fran- cisco. Passengers-Mr. J. King,. Mr; Shotte, Mr. C. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. C. Brown and four children, Mr. and Mrs. Gilroy, Messrs. E. and S. Healey, Mr. M. Lawler, Mr. Rose, Mr. Devna, Mr. .VI'Ñamara, Mr. J. Carney,. Mr. and Mrs. Clegg and seven children, Mr. Th...
THE WORKING CLASSES OF GREAT BRITAIN. Their present condition,. and the means of their Improvement and Elevation. A Prize Essay. By the Rev. Samuel G. Green, A.B. CHAT. VIII— THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 March 1851
THE WORKING CLASSES OF GREAT "BRITAIN. Their present condition,, and the means of their Improvement and Elevation. A Prize Essay. By the licv. Samuel G. Green, A.B. CHAT. VIII. - THE l'RESS. TUB School anti tho Church find in tho Tress theirtuightiest auxiliary. The working classes of England are becoming essentially a reading peo- ple. lt is no doubt true, that there are still mul- titudes who scarcely know the alphabet, and multitudes moro who read without discernment or intelligence. But this scarcely ail'ects tho fact. Those who do not read are invariably influenced by those of their companions who do. The oracle of tho workshop or the taproom, is tho man familiar with newspapers, versed in periodi- cals, or-for tho case is not uncommon among the most laborious operativos-acquainted with gene- ral literature, lt is he who moulds tho minds of his comrades, and teaches thom to think and act. Tho whole of this portion of the community may therefore be regarded as, in a groat measur...
THE BISHOPS CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 4 March 1851
THE BISHOPS* CONFERENCE, Lo ! six grave Bishops meet in lordly state, Secure from lay, or meaner priests' intrusion ; Th' aifuirs of Mother Church to regulate, And give each mystery its due solution. Five hold the doctrine Phillpots loves so well, That the moist touch of men they consecrate, Is the sole, heaven-appointed, magic spell, For making babes and men regenerate. While one who deems that ceremony nought, Unless some fruit of holy life appears, Gives thanks, ns if a mirucle wera wrought,* That self and Brethren fall not by the ears ! How gravely sit these reverend Fathers down, To link new chains to supplement the old : To solder rusty bars fur priest and clown, And narrow* to a cago th' Church's Fold ! Oh ! Bishops !-let this futile effort end, A mind-less, creed-born, unity, to prove ¡ Let your Folds, like your Master's, comprehend . Diversity, in unity,-of Love. . * "I am fdled with wonder and thankfulness at the fact that six Bishops of our Church, appointed to preside ov...
AUSTRALIAN WINES. To the Editor of the Empire. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 4 March 1851
AUSTRALIAN WINES. To the Editor of the Empire. Sm-I have not seen in any comment yet pub- lished on "Australian Wines'' that a parcel ship- ped from, Sydney realised at Calcutta, at public sale, 32s. per dozen. Yet, I read the paragraph in both the Illustrated News and Weekly Des- patch, ofsame date, in Oct.-"In a letter I received from Calcutta, of date Nov. 23, from a friend, he says, * On my return I will take care to -speculate to the utmost of my ability in exporting the best samples of your Wine I can procure : they nre just now 'the thing;' and really they taste better, than they did in Sydney.' " Every little bit of information on this subject may be useful to us us a community, if not to you or me individually. Yoiira verv trulv. .'Is VINO VERITAS."
INSOLVENT COURT. Before the Chief Commissioner. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 4 March 1851
INSOLVENT COURT. Before the Chief Commissioner. MONDAY. John Smith Papps, an adjourned single meeting. Tho insolvent was examined at a considerable leneth, and the meeting was further adjourned to Wednesday, tho 15th March instant. MEETINGS T0-DAT. ! John Gildon Hand, a third meeting, nt l l o'clock ; Henry Smeathraan, a single meeting, at half-past ll; Charles Alexander Armitage, au adjourned single meeting, at half-past 12. TO-MORBOW. Daniel Nealy, a single meeting, afc ll o'clock, at Bathurst ; Edward Morgan, a single meeting, at 12, at Bathurst.
DOMESTIC. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 4 March 1851
DOMESTIC. Abstract of Auotlon Sale*. THIS DAY. Mr. A. MOORE-At the corner of Pitt and Goul- burn-streets, at ll o'clock, Household Fur- niture, &lt;fcc. Mr. J. G. COIIEN-at his Rooms, at ll o'clock, 23 packages Ironmongery. Mr. 0. NEWTON-At his Rooms, at half-past ll o'clock, Wine and Spirits, 14 cases Claret. Jfr. S. LTONS-At his Rooms, at 11 o'clock, Iron- mongery, 6 bales Wool. Mr. E. SAUMON-At his Rooms, at ll o'clock, Silvor Plate, Watches and, Chronometers, Jewellers' Tools and Materials. Messrs. MORT ifc BROWN-At their Rooms, at 11 o'clock, Landed Estates, tho Clydesdale Estate
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 4 March 1851
DEPARTURES. March 3.-The Jane Catherine, barque, 350 tons, Captain Wilson, for Valparaiso. March 1.-Mary Jane, schooner, 92 tons, Cap- tain Gourlay, for Moreton Bay. Passengers Mr. and Mrs. Melson and family, Mr. John John- son, Mr. Henry Lawrence, Mr. Albert Stevens, Mr. Anthony Stear, Arthur Melson, Mr. Jonathan Began, Mr. King, and Mr. Jonos.
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 4 March 1851
. EXPORTS. March 3.- Sarah, brig, 1301 tons, Captain Grant, for Melbourne : 256 mats iiigar, 8 hogs- heads molasses, Australasian Sugar Company j 20 hogsheads ale, Lyall, Scott, and^Co^ ; 3 kegs to- bacco, 1 case salad oil, Beuchampj ' 52 bágs bats H. Brady ¡ 4 cases blacking,.6,cases ginger Wine, Morgan and Co. ; 7 bales and 3 cases sundries, 20 bags maize, 1 box and &lt;1 ,keg Colonial tobacco, 10,000 feet cedar,H. and J. Cook; 67 bags maize, H. Moore ; 3 cases sundries, H. Brown ; 14 rolls lead, 5 tons salt, 150.0 deals, E. M. Sayers. March 3.-Salacia, brig, 296 tons, Captain Armstrong,. for London: 29. casks tallow, ,134 bales wool, 114 bags bark, Buyers, Lochhead, and Co. ; 24 casks cocoanut oil, L. and S. Samuel ; 421 bags bark, E. W. Layton and Co. ; 18 casks tallow, Jacob Marks j 243 bales wool, 130 and 4. half ingots copper, Frederick Ebsworth ; 75 bales wool, William Dúmaresquo ; 47 bales wool, Camp- bell and Co. ; . 28 bales wool, Robert'Campbell ; 195 bales wool,...