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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 March 1851
NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. The Chief, is a full ship, and will clear this day for San Francisco. The Cadet is fast loading at Donaldson's Wharf, for Panama. The Alpha, for Panama, is under the shoot. The Tiberns, for San Francisco, will take her place, and the Colo- nist, liavinsr discharged her ballast, will commence loading with timber for England.
Original Correspondence. To the Editor of The Empire. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 March 1851
Original Oorroapondonco. To the Editor of The Empire. Sin,-The imporlnnt question of a regular and peruuvieiit supply of htbutir i.» now engaging tho serious attention of some of our leading men. Great, djffiçulty exists in agreeing upon a practical ' scheme for the encouragement ot free emigration to this colony... Every man has his plan, and his bobby:, and naturally gives the greatest pro- minence 'to his own particular view. But this question of labour is a national question ; and cun only be satisfactorily solved in a national point oí view and by general consent.of the com- munity, expressed through its legal organs, the representatives of the people. When our new Legislature shall have been called into existence, let a determined effort be made to obtain the ex- clusive control of our waste lands. Until this be done, no really beneficial measures can be looked for. So long as it is in the power of a distant authority to play ducks and drakes with our internal resources, it is...
COASTEIIS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 March 1851
COASTEIIS INWARDS. Maral) 4.-Cymiet, 30, Lawrance, from Wol- longong, with 400 lmgs barley, 200 sides loathor, and 1 cask honey ; Jumos ¡nul Amelia, 33, Soruli lun, from Newcastle, with 40 tons coals; Currency Boy, 41, Maeneal, from Newcastle, with i>2 ton's ennis ¡ Australia, 40, Williams, from Newcastle, with 70 tons eon Is ¡ Mermaid. 20, Campbell, from Newcastle, with '¿~> lons coil-«: William, 21, 1 ' '" '. ,f .-? ''&lt;\ with 2G tons coals j Black »Swan, l8, O'Neal, from Newcastle, with 28 tons coals ; Margaret, 20, Lambert, from New- castle, with 900 bushels wheat ; Phantom, 19, SettrUjfrom Brisbane Water, with 12,000 fur tim- ber, and 5,000 shingles; William IV., steamer, 56, Sullivan, from Wollongong, with 265 bags of wheat, 20 bags potatoes, 6 casks ale, 225 kegs butter, 40 pigs, IO calves, and sundries ; Currency Lad, 21, Spiers, from Brisbane Water, with 470 bushels shells ; Traveller, 9, Edward, from Brisbane Water, with 300 bushels shells ; Mary Ann, l8, G...
WARNAMBOOL. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 March 1851
WARNAMBOOL. frnosi oun OWN connr.sPONDr.NT.) Fon its strictest sonso, monning, and acceptation, the "oldest inhabitant" of this "Western District ol' Victoria," dues not recollée1; suo'i u day as Thursday lust, Gth ultimo. It surpassed ull pre I vinu.i c.xj'ericnci1 ol' hut windi nntl s-undy vh'rl winds, The morning was bright and balmy, and ! the breeze from S.E. by E. from off this magnifi- cent bay, was grateful to those who sought its I restorative influence ; bnt about 7h, 10m. a.m., a very sudden change took place, the wind chopped round to N.W., and the whole horizon from that point was immediately filled with dust ana smoke, which was seen over the lofty gum trees, pre- sented a dreadful awe upon every beholder, and, in a short time, a dense and lofty cloud of smoke and dust cime bodily down upon us, borne on the wings of the hot blast, which was equal to the heat of a furnace, and assaulted this otherwise peaceful, clean, and healthy part, and struck on the sense with a fee...
VESSELS EXPECTED IN SYDNEY. FROM LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 March 1851
VESSELS EXPECTED ]N SYDNEY. FROM IiO.VDOÎî. Achilles, barque, 448 tons, M'Ruvie, to sail 1st November. Garland, ship, 961 tons, Halcrow, from Ply- mouth with emigrants, to sail the 14th No- vember. Oriental, barque, 500 tons, Grieves, to sail 10th Novem her. Penyard Park, barque, 377 tons, Weller, to sail 20th December. Regina, barque, 366 tons, Liddell, to sail 20th November. Thomas Arbuthnot, ship, 675 tons, Heaton, 20th November. Windsor, ship, G76 tons, Pryce, to sail 15th December. FROM MORETON DAY. Emma, barque, 191 tons, Devlin Eagle, steamer, 150 tons, Allen Mary Stewart, schooner, 73 tons, Sommerville Souvenir, schooner, 68 tons, Brown Cumberland, schooner, 58 tons, Wyborn Ann Mary, schooner, 51 tons, Jackson Toroa,"scfiooiier, 58 tons, Sholl ' " V ; FROM TOUT PnUiLIP. Diana,'brig, 103 tons, Peake Hirondelle, schooner, 100 tons, Saunders Lillias, schooner, 89 tons, Watson Phoebe, schooner, 89 tons, Nickson Shamrock, steamer, 200 tons, Gilmore Statesman, barque, 345 tons, Ha...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 March 1851
TO CORRESPONDENTS. The many correspondents who have sent us I anecdotes of Mr. George Hill, must accept this one general excuse for not publishing them. Such publication could not contribute to the edifi- cation of our readers, and might possibly be interpreted as an evidence of a feeling of spite, which in reality has no existence with us.
COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 March 1851
COASTERS OUTWARDS. March 4.-Currency Boy, 41 tons, M'Neal, for Woolongong, in ballast ; Currency Lad, 21, Spiers; Traveller, 9, Phantom, 19, Settree, all for Brisbane Water, in ballast ; Black Swan, l8, O'Neil, for Newcastle, in ballast ; Mermaid, 20; Campbell, for Newcastle, in ballast; James and Amelia, 33, Scrubbin, for Newcastle, in ballast: Australia, 45, Williams, for Newcastle, in ballast ; William, 21, Mainey, for Newcastle, in ballast; Fancy, 33 Brown, for Newcastle, in ballast; Mary Ann, l8, Greenfield, for Newcastle, in ballast*; William the Fourth, steamer, for Wolongong, with sundries.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 March 1851
&lt; ?' 'I I fit I}, f. ',-,, 1 , SHtpPIVO INTELLIGENCE; ARRIVALS: ù~. March 4.-Favorite, schooner,,96 tons, Captain Stericker, from Port Phillip, the 27th ulto, in ballast. Passengers-Mr. Christmas and two in the steerage.
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 March 1851
1 DEPARTURES.-' Mardi" 4.-Cape Horn¿ barque,'173 "tons,' Cap- tain Young, for Moreton Bay, '. Passengers-Mr. Abbott, Mr. Milross; Mr.' and Mrs. 'Carlow, and Miss RawlingB. ( March 4.-Vixen, schooner, 126 tons, Captain M'Kinlay, for Newcastle, in ballast.
CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 March 1851
CLEARANCES. March 4.-Artimesia, "barque, 588 tons, Cap- tain J. P. Ridgley, for San Francisco, via Honolulu. Passengers-Mrs. Ridgley and servant, Dr. Hardy, Mrs. Mottram and servant, William and George Amfrod, Bridget Brady, John Berry, Mrs. Bowden, Charles Brewer, Catherine Bury, Henry Barry, Thomas and Mary Brandon and one child, William Best, Cornelius and Margaret Byram, Patrick and Ellen Brady and three children, Hugh Brady, Silas and Enoch Banks, T. Henry Bartlett, Sarah Cambridge, Martha Carney, Mary Clark, Martin Crotty, Michael Cunninghame, John Croney, John and Mary Cummaford, Ann Cavanagh, James and Mary Condon and child, Alfred Cook, George Carr, Edward Carrigan, Michael Cooney, Thomas and Terence Cosgrove, William and Mary Cur- tayne and child, Alexander and Ann Daglass and four children, Emanuel and James Davis, Jane Davidson, Henry Drake, Henry and Ann Evans, Thomas and Mrs, Everington, Henry Elsey, Mary Flint, Catherine and Mary Foley, John and Mary Ann Farrell, Patr...
DOMESTIC. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 March 1851
DOMESTIC.'. Abstract of Auction SalcsP . THIS.DAY. . X-.lni MB. G. E. LLOYD-At'.the, Cit.» Hart, at 11 o'clock, Hobart Town .Jams, 12, tierces Tort? Phillip beef, 5 case§l(ling fiali, 2 cases Dut ol', herrings, 2 casos Yarmouth bloaters, 100 h\>¿* /rice, twilled sacks, 8 casks blacking, raisins, currants, &c. MR, C. NEWTON-At his Rooms, at 11 o'clock, 59 chests Hysonskin tea, Newfoundland cod. 80 bags fino counter su»ar, 55 bags Zebu sugur 119 boxes candles, sugar, and sugar candy ; at half-past 11 o'bloek, 56 chests Hy¡>onskin toa; tit 12 o'clock, cigars in bond. MK. STEWART-At tbo llorac Bazaar, nt 11 o'clock, horses, milch cow, dray. Mn. J. G. COHEN-At his Booms, at li o'clock, assorted hollow ware, earthenware, brushes. MESSRS. MORT AND BROWN-AtMacquiirio-plare,. at li o'clock, 59tierces beef, chronometer ami compass, whaling stores, ex Mexican ¡ at Camp- bell's Wharf, ut 12 o'clock, 20 bales fleece wool._
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 March 1851
ADVERTISEMENTS. BAR IRON. TS 0 JJ N D, S Q U A li E, and F L AT, all \\i sizes Nail-rod, stool, «fce. Sheet Lead, 3, 4, 5, and 6 lb. Roman Cornent, first quality Sheet Zinc, tin pluteB Raw and boiled Oil Sperm ami black Oil Un Salo lü- tt'. S*. FRIEND, Iron Stores, Hut York-street. SELTZER WATER.-A few baskets of the above, just landed, and on Sale at No. 489, George-street. 363-2 RONALD, TAYLOR, AND CO. OMAN CEMENT.-A fresh lot of Freen's celebrated Cement, just landed, and on sale at No. 489, George-street. RONALD, TAYL OR, AND CO. From Jobn SXoir and Son, Aberdeen. RED HERRINGS, RED HERRINGS, &c. Just landed Ex TARTAR, and on sale at the stores of the undersigned 1 (\(\(\ TINS 0F SUPERroK HERRINGS, in ll/VU I and 2 dozen tins Also, Pickled Herrings, in half-barrels Dried Cod and Ling Fish . Pickled Salmon, in tierces ] THOMAS TAYLOR, Australian Grocery, Provision, Wine, and Spirit Warehouse, 3G8 452, George-street. ROBERT ALLCROFT begs to ncqnaint his friends that he has ...
THE WORKING CLASSES OP GREAT BRITAIN. Their present condition, and the means of their Improvement and Elevation. A Prize Essay. By the Rev. Samuel G. Green, A.B. CHAP. IX— HINTS TO WORKING PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 March 1851
THE WORKING CLASSES OP GREAT BRITAIN. Their present condition, and the means of their Improvement and Elevation. A Prize Essay. By the Rev. Samuel G. Green, A.B. CHAP. IX. - HINTS TO WORKING rEOFLB. SOME time back I quoted a popular proverb to show its falsehood : " Every one for himself, and God for us all." A kindred aphorism, however, enshrines the highest truth: "God helps them that helps themselves." And men will help them, too. Self-reliance, whether in an individual or a class, is the great condition of progress and success. Hitherto I have spoken chiefly of the duty of others to working men ; but now, if they will listen, I would say a word or two upon their duties to themselves. Remember, above all, I would urge upon them, that you nre not dependent for your virtue or your happiness upon the arrival of some new state of things, which is to make you all you wish to be at once ; nor!need you be a slave to the evils and imperfections of our present social condition. A true man...
THE EMPIRE. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 1851. JUVENILE DEPRAVITY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 March 1851
THE EMPIRE. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 1851. JUVENILE DEPRAVITY". JUVENILE Depravity ! Truly, it is a strangely-sounding and incongruous phrase. Of all the meaningful expressions to which our (too) highly civilized, railway-progres- sive, march-of-intellcct Nineteenth Cen- tury has given currency, there is none of more ominous and terrible significance tlian this one. Our simple-hearted grand- fathers would have been startled by the combination of those two words. They would have stoutly affirmed that it in- volved a contradiction in terms; for that by no possibility could the idea of ju- venility be coupled with that of depravity. They, would have declared that to the most prosaic of mortals the word "ju- venile" is a sort of talisman which calls up remembrances of healthiness, innocence, and happiness,-of vernal fancies and de- lightful day-dreams,-of ' Life's morning march when the spirit'was young, when to the unworn, sinless percep- tions, all nature seem'd pervaded by a spirit of gla...
PORT PHILLIP. (From papers received yesterday.) [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 March 1851
PORT PHILLIP. (From papers received yesterday.) HORRIBLE DEATH.-Tua LATE BUSH FIRES.-On Saturday an inquest was held at the St. George and Dragon, Lonsdale-street, I befare W. B. Wilmot, Esq., J. P., coroner for the district, upon the body of a poor fellow I named Edward Dodswell, one of the many I sufferers in purse and person by the late de- structive bush fires. The body, which was lying in the dead-house of the Melbourne Hospital, presented a frightful spectacle, so much so that several of the jurors nearly fainted whilst performing that most unplea- sant operation, viewing the body. The fol- lowing evidence was adduced :-John Small wood, carrier, residing at Yass, in the middle district, deposed-The deceased was my mate and travelled with me ; myself and mate went to the Plenty about five weeks since to get our bullocks up a little with the feed ; whilst we were staying on the Plenty river nt its head, the fires came dowa upon us from the mountain ; in a short time we were in t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 March 1851
THE EMPIRE, DAILY JOURNAL OP NEWS, POLITICS, AND COMMERCE, ù Published every Morning, at 6 o'clock. Terms of Subscription :-Seven Shillings and Six- pence per Quarter-, or Two and Sixpence per Month, payable in advance. Mi » ¡rio Numbers-Three Halfpence, Advertisements-Two Shillings and Sixpence foi til" tint, and Ninepence for every additional fiich, for each Insertion. OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. i( \XT^ nre chid to be at liberty to admire the W tone and spirit of its arguments." ¿iylney Morning Herald, Dec. 31. " Its numerous loading articles are well and vigorously written."-Maitland Mercury, Jan. 1. " The original articles are well written, and «ive earnest of much vigour."- Goulburn Herald, J,til. 4. " We congratulate our contemporary on the elevation pf sentiment discernable throughout his remarks "-Melbourne Argus, Jan 9. " It gives fair promise of speedily assuming a high rank among the Sydney Journals."-1'ort I'Mllip Gazette, Jan. 9. " It has a taking air about it, remarkably s...
Police Office. Tuesday, March 4. Before His Worship the Mayor, Alderman Brown, Alderman Egan, Edward Flood, Esq., and the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 March 1851
Police Office. Tuesday, March 4. Before His Worship the Mayor, Alderman Brown, Alderman Egan, Edward Flood, Esq., and the Police Magistrate. No less than a dozen habitual drunkards were brought up for hearing this morning. The usual penalty of 5s., or 48 hours imprison- ment, was enforced in each case. ASSAULT.-James Sweaney, stone mason, was fined 5s., and 2s. 6d. costs, for assaulting Constable Sinclair in the execution of his duty. The fine was paid. SUSPICION.-Agnes Blake was sentenced to be imprisoned 14 days for having been found on the premises of Mr. John Fitzsi- mons, of York-street, at 5 o'clock on Tuesday morning, without sufficient cause. ABSENTING FROM SERVICE. - Robert Gillespie appeared to answer the charge of absenting himself from the hired service of Mr. George Wilkie, licensed victualler, with- out leave or reasonable cause. It appeared that the defendant owed complainant £2, which had been advanced to him some time ago. No wages being due, the bench could not inf...
COASTERS OUTWARPS, [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 6 March 1851
COASTERS OUTWARPS, Muro]) 6,^Çygmt, 20 tons, L&wrence, for' Wool Jon gon JJ, with sundries j Elizabeth Cohen, 43, Watson, for Port Macquarie, with sundries ; '.Elizabeth Jane, 43, Euston, fur Port Macquarie, with sundries ; Caroline, 29, Priden, for Morpeth, with suudries ; Catherine, 16, Williams, for the Williams River, with sundries ; Chance, 38, House, for Newcastle, with sundries ; Primu3, 36, Lovell, for Newcastle, with sundries ; Pharoah, Isaac, for Newcastle, in ballast.