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Government Gazette LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 February 1851

€$0Ufrumfnt QBattttt* LAND SALES. At eleven o'clock of Wednesday, the 26th February, the following Town, Suburban, and Country Lots of Lind will be offered for sale by public auction, at the several places hereunder mentioned, and at ihe upset price affixed to each lot respectively. Deposit ]0 per cent. At the Police Office, Bathurst. Town Lots. B.athuest. — 1 — 20. 2 roods each, county of Bathurst, parish of Bathurst, Nos. 1 1 — 20 of section 28, and I— 10 of section 23. 21, 22, 33 perches each, same place, Nos. 5 and G of section 89. 23. 18 perches, same place, No. 8 of section 19. 24 — 35. 33 perches each, same place, Nos. 9 — 20 of section 89. Upset price : 8 per acre. Suburban Lots. Westmoreland.— 36 - 38. 20 acres each, pariah of Thornshope, near the Old Fish River Bridge : upset price £2 pel acre. 39, 40,30, acreaeach, pa rish of Thornshope, near Rjdal: upset price £1 per acre. Country Lots. Westmoreland.— 41, 42, 30 acres each, near the source of the Fish River Creek. 43. 30...

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THE SANITARY STATE OF THE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 February 1851

THE SANITARY STATE OF THE CITY. The Herald's reporter is going on with his most useful work. The district with which he was last engaged was a very fa vourable one for interesting discoveries, viz., — the Western side of Sussex street, tra velling south from its junction with Ba th urst-street. Every body who has had occasion to visit this Quarter of the City, knows that it is a perfect rookery of little miserable houses, all densely filled with dirty people, drainless and waterless. As a sample of the delights that are to be found here, we give the reporters description of ? SVRET-LANE : In this lane there are 28 hoiises or tenements some with one, while others have two small rooms each, about twelve feet square ; the average rent is 4s. per week, which would give a return of £291 4s. per annum, and the property, if sold by auction to-morrow, would not to a certainty yield ' twelve months' rental.' There is no water to be had here—the nearest point for that purpose is Bathurst-stre...

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WHOLESALE SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 February 1851

WHOLESALE SYDNEY MARKETS. Podlthv.— FowK from Ir. 9d. to 2b. OH, ; ducks 2s. Od. to 2s. 6d. ; geese, 4s. to 03. Q-i. ; turkeys, 6r« to 9sv Od. ; pigeons, 9d. ; wild ducks, 2s. Gd. to 0s.~; per couple ; roasting pi'{S,2s. 6d. to3i.'0d. each. Dairy Produce.— Fresh butter, lg. to 0s. ; salt, 6d. to lOil.pr.rlb.; cheese, Od. to 6M. ; bacon, 7d. to 9d. : lard,2d ; fg»s, 9:1. per dozen. Vegetables —Potatoes, 4s. 6d. to 5s. 0J. perewt. ; cabbages, Is. 6d. to 3s. 6d. ; cnulifljwers, 2s. 6d to 39. 6d. ;, lettuces, Od. to la.; turnips. Is 6d. psr dozen ; parsley, 4d. to Oil. per bunch ; celery, 3s. 0d, ; leeks, is. 3d. ; parsnips. Is. Gd. to Os. Od. ; carrots, Is. 6d ; pumpkins, 5s. 0d. to. 6s. Oil. per dozen ;'.peas, 6.1. Od. to 7a, Od. per bushel ; beans, 2s.' to 3 j. Oil.'; onions, 7s. to 12s. per cwt. ; vegeta ble marrow, 2s, per di-.zen. Fruit. —Oranges, 0d. to 0s. Od psr dozen ; lemans, Lisbon, 4th to Od. ; peaches, Is. 3d. to 4s. Od. per b.isk'pt ; pears, 4(1. to 8d. per dozen ; apples...

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 February 1851

CATHOLIC DIRECTORY' FOE . FEBRUARY. 20 T Of the Blessed Sacrament, 0. S. B., commemoration of S. Scholastica^ s.d. 21 F Of the Feria. 22 Sat Chair of S. Peter at Antioch, d.m. 23 S Saxagesima, s.d. 24 M S. Matthias, ap. d. 25 T S. Peter Damian, d,, from the 23rd, 0. S. B., commem. of S. Benedict, s.d. 26 W Of the Feria, 0. S. B., S. Margaret of Cortona, s.d. 27 T Of the Blessed Sacrament, 0. S. B., S. Leander, bp. conf. and doc. d. 28 F Of the Feria, 0. S. B., S. Oswald, s.d. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2$ 1851. ' In Necessariis Unitas, in Duhivs Lihertas, in Omnibus Ghariias.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 February 1851

? IRONMONGERY. GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES. HIP H ft undersigned being desirous of re | ducing his large Slock of Iron and. General Ironmongery Gocds. begs to 'inform Ship pers, Country Storekeeper', Srttlers, and the public gor eral;v. that- Iip has had tl:e whoie of his. 'Stork . old as well as new, carefully re-marked at con siderably lower prices than those hitherto charged,, and respectfully invites all parties requiring goods of thi8 description to an inspection of his Stock, which comprises complete assortments of every thingusualJy kept, by the trHde, the whole of which will be sohi as a very slight advance upon the actual-cost, R. M. ROBEY, 427, George-street. 'oil and colour warehouse. - 204, Piit-street, uearlv opposite the School of Arts. CALLAGHAN AND FORBES, IN returning thanks for the patronage they have received since commencing business in Pitt-street, beg respectfully to remind: their friends and the publio, that they continue to execute orders in painting, glaziug, ...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 February 1851

IMPOUND INGS. West Maitland.— From ' Eavensfield, the 10th of February : black bulloek, cocked horns, star, white on Hanks and belly, on near slionlder'JH, on near ribs apparently a brand not legible, on oft* rump apparently SD, on off thigh T and O under conjoined, marked in near ear; red bullock, cocked horns, branded on off shoulder O or cis an illegible uranci ovm, on near snuuiuer it urcmu mugiuit:, on. ribs same side SF, with an illegible brand in front of C, top off the oif ear, on rump same side CB or GB or CJl or Git ; dark red bullock, cocked horns, on off thigh 0 or G, off shoulder SO or 86, on near ribs xET in the two iirst letters conjoined, and an illegible letter in front, marked in near ear ; yellow and white snail horned bullock, star, on off rump S00 , on near shoulder MT apparently, top off the off ear ; red steer, star, on near shoulder M appa rently, on off shoulder 49, rising t#o years old, top off both ears; damages 3d. each. If not released, will be sold. Joh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 February 1851

SHIRTS, SHIRTS, SHIRTS, -.a WBLL COT, WELL MADE, AND OF GOOD MATE- « RIALS, AT „„,!? SMITH'S COLONIAL SHIRT MANUFACTORY, p 37, PARK-STREET. e OHIllTS made at tbe above Manufactory j; k5& combine the chief modern structural l improvements, which consists in the arrangements of , the parts en the neck and shoulders, so as to secure rq easy and perfect fall of the front on the wearer, , a»d fitting equally well without a-waistcnar. 1 The ilattering success which has followed the un- j tired exertions of J. T. S. to meet the wants and , wishes of his numerous patrons, haa stimulated him to' render the best article for the price that it is pov j sil.le to produce, which at all times may he depended ( upon for wear, and are superior fin every respect to any imported to (his colony. A genera! assortment of shirts kept readymade, consisting of small men's, middle size ditto, and men's, large men's, and outsized ditto, extra length Superior -regatta and yacht Shirts. Scotch twill and...

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DR. HOOK ON POPERY AND DISSENT. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 20 February 1851

DR. HOOK ON POPERY AND DISSENT. (From the Tablet, Oct. 12.) Ths more zealous members of the Angli can Establishment are busy in London and elsewhere with several schemes for the im provement of their religion. In the county of York they have begun an agitation, and, with great simplicity, invited ^he Vicar of Leeds, the renowned Dr. Hook, to assist them. That zealous champion of his own i opinions was not caught sleeping at his post; for he immediately detected the true purport of the insidious invitation. Me has. there fore, administered a rebuke to the evil-minded men who endeavoured to lead him into error; | and, at the same time, expounded to them — if not for their benefit, at least fcr that of others — the true principles of his orthodoxy. Dr. Hook is the learned Anglican theo logian who discovered the ' Ninth Vespers' in the Divine Office, and that Compline is identical with the Post-communion. A man so curiously learned deserves to be heard, and his opinions, if they do not ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 February 1851

3tf)Wu0 intelligence. « , ARRIVALS. H'Kinkvf ^~ Vixen, scliooner, 126 tons, Captain Sarvfir ^elaide-the 8th instant.' * Allen fH ff ~:Eag»' Steamer- l50 tom- €aFtain £SruZ of ^ Bay lhe 14th iust «e-, for #obart Town, returned to port. tons, Captain Brigstock, from Manila, the 3rd De cember. DF.PARTUHES. February 21. — Cumberland, schooner, 58 tons, Captain Wyhorn, for Moreton Bay. February 21. — Souvenir, schooner, 68 tons, Cap tain Brown, for Horeton Bay. February 23. — Fanny Fisher, barque, 239 tons, Captain Harrold, for Newcastle. February 23. — Sarah, barque, 418 tons, Captain Jones, for MoulmaiiH February 23.— Alpha, barque, 357 tons, Captain Edwards, for Panama via Newcastle. February 23. — John Calvin, barque, 510 tons, Captain Lacy, for San Francisco via Honolulu. February 24. — Warlock, barque, 331 tons,. Cap tain Pagen, for Guam. February 24.— Edward, schooner, 87 trns, Cap tain Truscott, for the South Seas. February 24. — Laura, barque, 329 tons, Captain Dembrill, for Liv...

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THE CENSUS. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 February 1851

THE CENSUS. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal ) vxkntleme.v,— Through the medium of the news -papers I have been led to believe that the Census 'about to be taken is intended to include, all persons who i sleep at any given residence on the night of We 28th of February; and so, on looking over the first page of the paper left at my house this day, ?j and it stated that the return will be called for on the first of March. Judge then, my surprise, when, «n turning over, I found the tables which 1 am re juired to fill up, to be headed, in all cases, as a re turn or persons living in mv lmncn ^n *Uu ..„/.,.« ^/ nt Pray, tf you canj expIain this leaving mv ?P^ious impressions out of the case altogether, 1 »m at a loss to know whether the error !s in the »*« page or the two others ef the Census paper. P « ,» A CITIZEN. *rint«ri vy '^Sfcbours have papers similarly StJt^seS thCm' and arG ' the SamC Pre' February 26, 1850.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) Tumut, Feb. 14th, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 February 1851

' ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE ?(To the Editors of the Freeman's Jottrnal.) Tumut, Feb. 14th, 1851. GrBNTijEMEN,— In sending you my subscription I Tiope you will not be displeased if I tell you what I smd other poor fellows, like myself, think of your paper. Sure enough then we long for the mail by which we expect each week to receive our papers, .for you can't think how lonesome it is to be almost buried alive in the bush, as they call it, with hardly -a Christian to speak to, unless it be the shepherd, ?or the stockman, or the old hutkeeper. And little ?jiews can you knock out of any of them unless it ? be some loss or disease in the sheep or cattle, or of .'same drunken row kicked up over a keg of rum. It gives me new life when I open the Freeman and read something about old Ireland, and the long accounts about the conversion of English parsons ?and good men. Bnt strange to say I seldom see anything about the conversion of Irish parsons ; no, the ' old hoy' seems to have too fast a ho...

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THE CONTINENT, [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 February 1851

THE CONTINENT, The Madrid Cortes was opened by the Queen in person, on the 31st ult. Her Majesty, in her speech, expressed satisfaction at being able to an nounce the ' happy re-establishment' of diplomatic ? relations with Grat Britain, in a manner worthy of both countries. From Germany the most important item is the =entry of the Bavarian troops into Hesse Cassel and the entire submission of Prussia to the decrees of Nicolas the Autocrat of Europe. The matter was -decided at the Warsaw Conference, where Count Brandenburg represented Prussia. Advices from Turin announce that the Pope had ?excommunicated Piedmont.

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 February 1851

IRELAND. The Emigration Mania.— A letter from jww'»» dated November 7, says :— 'From all the outpor', emigrants are proceeding on a winter voyage across the Atlantic. In general they go by stw£ mer to Liverpool ; but sailing vessels are gw»i» direct to New York, New Orleans, find Quebec, a* this moment there are some vessels in the po of Dublin, preparing for the reception of emi grants 5 and the quays are daily crowded *'» families taking passage by the steamers tor x. verpool. A great deal of this emigation » «? supported, where farmers and small traders a taking out the remnant of their mbst?nce ''hlL a large proportion of the emigrants nave v ?induced to go out by remittance from tneir lativea in America. The question is now as*** UWWi - ? ? ? ,-?? ? i ? . i --? ? . ? on all sides, ! * Where is this tremendous emigra tion to end — what will be its consequences upon the ?condition of Ireland V Within the last week or two several emigrants have returned to various parts of the sou...

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(GREAT DEMONSTRATION IN SUPPORT OP THE. LEAGUE IN THE COUNTY OF TIPPERARY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 February 1851

QREAT DEMONSTRATION IN SUPPORT OP THE LEAGUE IN THE COUNTY OF TIP PEliARY. (From the Tablet, Oct. 19.) A. most effective demonstration tn favour of the principles of the Tenant League took place on Wed nesday in the county of Tipperan. The vicinity of Cashel was selected as the place of assemblage, and, from an early hour in the morning, the sub stantial farmers and peasantry of the county were to ho seen thronging into the town. The former were generally well mounted, and. in numerous instances, the Irish pillion was put in requisition to enable the fanner's wife to be a spectator of pro ceedings in which she and her children are so vitally interested. A considerable number of the Clergy of the Diocese were in attendance, and took aa effective and zealous part in the great business of the day. The meeting was held on the race course. The stand-house afforded the necessary tcoommodation for the speakers and the public press. Around the platform were assembled several thousands of th...

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LATE NEWS FROM CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 February 1851

LATE NEWS FROM CALIFORNIA. We have received a San Francisco paper of the 9th January, from which we take the following ex tracts : — The Cunard steamer Niagara, arrived at New York, November 25th, with one week's later intel ligence from Europe. Her news is rather inter esting, and ominous of fut re events, than impor tant from a'ny results that have occurred since our previous advices. ENGLAND. The most important feature of this arrival is toe letter of Lord John Russell on the Catholic que* tion. His Lordship is decidedly hostile to the oc cupation of England by the Pope ; but the Fu-. sevites, in preuarintr the way for him, came in for his particular indignation and alarm. There aro ? I consequences of high magnitude, and the most jj radical in character connected with this business. 1 The supremacy of the Pope, even in Italy, is in the 1 scales ; and the power of the Queen's Church, I even in England. The excitement appears to b«.._ ? .., I fully up to the pitch which drove Jame...

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EPITOME OF HOME NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 February 1851

EPITOME OF HOME NEWS. Giants, — The Cincinnati Gazette gives an ac count of the thigh bone of a human beu-g having been found, containing six times the number of cubic inches that the thigh bone of a man in these degenerate daya can furnish ! Also a human col lar-bone and other relics to match. Physicians say that the person to whom they belonged must hare been thirteen feet high. Tub Exhibition of Exhibitions. — We'are inclined U- doubt whether the Exhibition of 1851 will have any thing more grand, more striking, to exhibit than the fairy building now constructing for the show. A vast temple of iron and glass, enjoying the temperature of warm May, at once throughly ventilated and refreshed, much' larger than the most magnificent of churches, with none of their damp cold gloominess, light in appearance as a bamboo hut, and strong as a Norman keep, with decorations as graceful as those of the Alhambra, and con veniences as complete for its purposes as those of Mr. Maudsley's workshop...

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Miscellaueous Extracts. THE PAPAL BENEDICTION, FROM ST. PETER'S [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 February 1851

jtatftteUauioti* 23xtr#rt0. THE PAPAL BENEDICTION, FROM ST. PETER'S BY R. MONCKTON MILNES, ESQUIRE. Higher than ever lifted into, space, Rises the sovereign dome, Into the colonnade's immense embrace Flows all the life of Rome : The assembled peasants of a hundred mountains, Beneath the Sun's clear disk, Behold that peerless whole of radiant fountains, Exorcised obelisk. And massive'front,from whose high ridge outslanted, A spacious awning fell ; The swaying breadth each gazer's breast enchanted To follow its slow swell. Why are they met in their collected might, That earnest multitude ? ? , Is it to vindicate some injured right, By threat and clamour rude ? To watch with tiptoe foot and eager eye Some mere device of pride, Meaningless pomp of regal vanity The void of truth to hide ? To feed some popular lust which cautious power Would, for wise ends, restrain, Not bartering to the passions of an hour What ages toiled to gain ? Thanks, thanks, to heaven that in these evil days, Days...

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TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 February 1851

TUESDAY. Eefore His Honor Sir Alfred STErnEN, Chief Justice. HORSK STEALING. Denis Supple was indicted for having, at Yass, on the 1st of August last, stolen a horse, the pro perty of James Devlin, junior. The prisoner was found guilty, and as it was un derstood that there were several other charges against him, he was remanded for sentence. TTrnrvnc ¥?T*jirn Messrs. William Lilley and James Murphy were iiiied £3 each, for non-attendance as Jurors. STEALING IN A DWELLING. ?Joseph Leicester was indicted for having, at the Surry Hills, on the 9th of January last, stolen £17 in notes and .silver, the property of John Egan. The prisoner had been allowed by Egan to lodge at his house as a matter of charity. He remained with them for three days, but at the end of that period he vanished, leaving behind him his clothes, &. A day or two after this, the amount mentioned iu the information, which had been sewed up in a bed tick, was missed. A warrant was accordingly issued against the...

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REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 February 1851

REVIEW. (From the Tablet ) Lights and Shades of Ireland. In Three Parts. By Asenath Nicholson, of New York. London : Gilpin ; Dublin : Gil pin. .??'.. ( Concluded from No. ZL) We almost promised a few quotations to show her views as to Catholics and Catho licity. There is, as may be su noosed, a good deal in this book which would require considerable discussion, and on which a Protestant writer has naturally fallen into error. All this we willingly pass over with out comment, and merely quote what follows, so full of good feeling, by way of interest ing the reader — above all, the Irish reader in prayers for one to whom this nation owes so much, who has ' loved our people,' and visited them in their extreme need : - 'This was in the autumn of 1815, when but a partial failure took place - tho blast had not then fallen on man j but it did fall, and swept them down as grass before the mower'B scythe, yet not one of the victims, through long months of starvation, was heard to mnrmur aga...

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SUPREME COURT. MONDAY. His Honor Sir ALFRED Chief Justice. FRAUD [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 27 February 1851

SUPREME COURT. ffiMtdensedftom the Sydney Morning Herald.) MONDAY. Refore His Honor Sir Alfrkix Stephen, Chief Justice. fraud. Battinson Kay was indicted for having iraudu dulently obtained from William Gosling Moore, £20 16s., by pxeteudiHg-thut -heJiad deposited in the warehouse of the said William Gosling Moore, certain boxes of soap and candles. . The evidence of Mr. W. G. Moore showed that at the period named in the information, prisoner willed upon him, and stated his desire of storing some colonial produce, to obtain an advance. Mr. Moore expressed his readiness to make advances, and gave the necessary instructions to his clerk, Prisoner brought six boxes, one of which, was nnMicA. ami witness made an advance of twelve I shillings per box. Afterwards other boxes were I brought, and other advances made. Soon after the I arrival of the last lot of boxes, some were opeued, \ and on examination it was found that with the ex ;* eeption of one box of soap of the first six, the only...

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