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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 6 March 1851
EXPORTS. March 5.-Phantom, brig, 158 tons, Captain H. Brown, for Adelaide :-40 tons coals, 13,700 feet cedar, 2 cases woollens, I package hardware, 4 kegs honey, IO packages turnery, Sheppard and Alger; 8 kegs nails, 15. C. Weekes and Co.; 2 tierces pickled salmon, G-. Thorne and Co.; 1 case haberdashery, W. Crego.; 2 casks honey, F. J. Smith ; 12 bules woollens, George Bees ; 3 cases patent metal, 1 cask nails, Henry Dent ; 1 case apparel, Smith, Campbell.and Co.; 9 cases straw hats, A.. and M. Moses; 1 case plants, J. W. Shepherd ; 12 bales, 38 cases drapery, E. K. Allen;,'. March" G.'-^-Sir John Byng, brig, 169 tons, Cap- tain" Jv' Thorn^ for LSmuceston ;-10,313 feet cedar, John1 Thom ; 200 tons coals, H. R. S. N.. Co.; 30 bale's gunny bags,'20 bales woolpacks, 51 bales twine, Willis; Merry, and Co.; 2 cases cigars, J. M;,Leiglu ; 1 ease haberdashery ; E. M. Sayers. March; G.^Hogley, ship, 466 tons, Captain,A.' Fproul. for Louden, 346 bales wool, Thacker and (Jo ; 24 bales wool, ...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 6 March 1851
DEPARTURES. Marci» 5.-Sarah, brig, 130 tons, Uapt ttrnnt, for Melbourne. Passengers-Mr. Cosswell, Mi*, and Mrs..Lattimore, Mr. W. Wilson. March 5.-Miranda, schooner, 127 tons, Cap- tain Bentley, for Port Albert. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. LeonarcLand Son, Mr. Jones, Mr. Phil- lips, Mr. Bodman, Mr. Greig, Mr and Mrs Yatty and son. March 5.-Bride, schooner, OG tons, Captain Dalmague, for Otago. Passengers-Mr. Ernest Meehan, and Mr. Thomas Came. March 5.-Picard, schooner, 171 tons, Captain Bowden, for Melbourne. Passengers-Mr. John Thomson, Mr. William Platts. March ¡5. - Deslandes, brigantine, 143 tons, Captain Bertram, for Geelong. Passengers -Matthew Hayes and child, Mary Warren and two children.
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 6 March 1851
DEPARTURES. Marchfö.-Susan, brig, 216 tons, Captain F. C. Knight, for'Newcastle, in ballast. March 6.-Artemesia, barque, 588 tons, Cap- tain Ridley, for San BVancisco, via Honolulu. For . Jist of passengers, see clearance in the Umpire of the 5th instant.
COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 6 March 1851
COASTERS INWARDS. 'Mnroh 6.-Mog Merrilees, KO, Du vis, from tho Glaronco Hiver, with 72 bales wool, 62 otisks till low, 400 hides, and 1000 Btavos ; Gipsuy, 4C, Adamo, from tho Richmond Hiver, with 24,000 feet cedar; Harriett, 30. Hrow'n, from tho Rich- mond Uiver, with 15,000 font codai", Eagle, 28, Seal, from Morpeth, with 10,010 foot cedar, 1 ton potatoes, 1 ton flour, and 400 bushols wheat j Coquette, 70, Elliott, from Newcastle, with 75 tons coals ; Emily, 32, Gurdon, from Ncwcostlo with 41 tona eoiÜs; Pelican, 48, Willinms, from the Hichinoud, with 28.000 foot cathu*¡ Emma, 29, M4 Intyre, from the Maeinlyo Hivor, with 20halen wool, lily.) bushels maize, .?.!>') bushels wheat, 17 bunilkM sheepskin-i, ¿0 lt: ln*», and iOO cheeses ; Thistle, iiii, Stone, from the Mannintr, with 200 feet codai', '¿OG, elcnse.-«, V.9 halen wool, 300 bus- hels maine, 'Jó bags wheat, 7 bags harley, and fi hides ; IViimess, 30, hovell. IVotn Nuwciliitle with HO tuns coals,
COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 6 March 1851
COASTERS INWARDS. March 5.-Pompey, 45 tons, uaitroy, irom tue Eichmond River, with 17,000 feet cedar, 2 casks tallow, 50 hidos ; Orcadian, 14, Lawson, from tho Hawkesbury River, with 500 bushels maize, 140 bushels oats, 57 bushels wheat j Ruth, 1.2, Wells, from Pitt Water, with . 150 baskets shells 20,000 shingles ; Peacock, 18, Hawler, from tho Hawkes- bury River, with 480. bushels maize, 200 bushels oats, and 50 bushels' wheat ; Fama, 3G, Finlay, from tho Bollinger River, with 10,000 feet cedar ; Currency Lass, 20, Greer., from Jervis' Bay, with 10,000 feet cedar, 3 tons iron, 10 cwt. cheeses, lo cwt. butter, I case copier; Christopher George, 58, Currie, from tho Richmond River, with 30,000 foot cedar; Emily, .30, Cureton, from Newcastlo, with 40 tons coals ; Tamar, steamer, 130, Paine, from Morpeth, with,50,bales wool,48 bags barley, 125 bags wheat, 10 bags mo izo, 18 bags bran, 1*7 trusses hay, ll bags,onions, 40 bides, 4 bundles skins, 2 calvos, 23 pigs, .and 40 lambs ; Thistl...
COASTERS. OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 6 March 1851
COASTERS. OUTWARDS. March Í5.-Emily, 30 tons, Cureton, for New ns&le, in ballast ; Jane Williams, 33, Rowlands, ortho William River, in. ballast; Ellen, 39, Barter, for Twofold Bay and Pambula, with sun- dries ; Ruth, 12, Wells,'for Pitt Water, in ballast ; Cygnet, 30, Lawrence, for Wollongong, with sundries; Brido, 19, Shakeshaft, for tho Hawkes- bury River, with sundries ; Patterson Pucket, 41, Brown, for Morpeth and Patterson, with sundries ; Tumor,.steamer, 130, Paine, for Morpeth, with sundries ; Rose, steamer, 172, Harding, for Mor- peth, with sundries.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 6 March 1851
I SYDNEY:-Printed by ROBERT BARR, No.... York-aired; and Published by HKNnt VAWU, I Sole Proprietor,' at " TUB EMME" Ojm*. I Hunter-street, in the city of Sydney, aforstoiii» ' í Friday, March 7,, 1S61. , . ' ' ? ; '
SHIPS MAILS CLOSING AT THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 6 March 1851
SHIPS MAILS CLOSING AT TUB I'OST OFFICE. London-Snlacia, this evening, ot G o'clock. " Hoogloy, and Catherine Stewart Forbes, on Saturday 'evening, at six o'clock. Adelaide-Phantom, this day, afc noon. Port Nicholson-Louis and 'Mirian, tin's evening, afc G o'clock. Hongkong-Freak, Saturday evening, nfc six o'clock.
Agents for the Empire [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 6 March 1851
Agenta for the Empire SYDNEY AND THO SUBURBS- Mr. James Alexander Botany-st, Chippendale; Mr. Thomas Lusty, Í Bazaar, opposite Wright's Brewery, George-;-^ street, South ; Mr. Samuel Weldon, corner of Burdekin's Terrace and South Head Road. BATHURST.-Mn Charles James, bookseller, WU' ' liam-strcet; and Mr. J.R. Jones, Gevrgt street. DUNGOG.-Mr. Thomas Hanna, Postmaster. DAPTO.-Mr. John M'Rac, storekeeper. GUNDAGAI.-Mr. H. M. Turnbull, ditto. MURRURUNDI.-Mr. A. Brodie, Postmaster. PORT FAIRY.-Mr. Edmund Gleeson, storekitjfer. -I PARRAMATTA.-dir. Hugh Taylor. GRAFTON, CLARENCE BITER.-Mr. William ¡'di- mer, Grafton Hotel. ,' , % WINDSOR.-Mr. Robert Stewart, Watchmake, \ George-street. .;;1. ' _j - MORETON BAY.-Mr. William Smith, . Jtorm ^ Brisbane. GOULBURN.-Mr. David Davis, Old Commeréiai Store, Sloane-slreet. r GUNDEROO.-Mr. Joseph Edgar, Postmaster. WAIIRNAMBOOI/.-Mr. Thomas C. Gosling. PORT MACQUARIE.-Mr. James Phelps, Baher, t Clarence-street. ' . KIAMA.-Mr. James Colley, Postmast...
CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 6 March 1851
CLEARANCES. March 5.-Essington, brig, 123 tons, Captain Mills, for Port Fairy. Passengers-^-Mr. and Mrs. Serong, Mrs. Bfaim and one child, Miss Corcoran. March 5.-Susan, brig, 212 tons, Captain F. C. Knight, for Newcastle,*T ballast.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 6 March 1851
SHXFPXçrCt IWTEIXIGE WOE, ARRIVALS. March 5.-Sir Edward Paget, barque, 482 tons, Captain Barclay, from Wellington, the 17th ult., in ballast. Passengers-Mrs. Barclay, Mr. C. M. Dawes, Mrs. Robertson and four children, Mr. M*Al pin and son, Mr. Connor, Mr. and Mrs. Weir, Mr. A. Bruce, Mr. Wm. Bremer, and Mr. Washburn,
MURDER OF A WIFE BY HER HUSBAND. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 6 March 1851
MURDER OP A WIFE BY HER HUSBAND. -On Munday an inquest was held before Mr. Parker, at Abyrglaslyn, about four miles from West Maitland, on the body of Hose M'Namarn. Mrs. M'Namara had been killed by repeated wounds and stabs with sume sharp instrument, one wound cutting her throat to such an extent that death must havo ensued almost immediately, while others cut and wounded her neck, head, and face more or less deeply, and others again were on her arms and hands, as if she had struggled and resisted. The jury returned a verdict of wilful murder against her husband, Patrick M'Namara. The police had been searching for M'Namara from the time of the first no- tice of the dreadful occurrence, about noon on Sunday Inst, but could not find him till Monday evening, when he was apprehended, without resistance, on a farm occupied by - Kiifoil, Stony Creek. As M'Namara hus been given warning of trial at the present Mait- land Circuit Court, we do not go into the particulars of the evidence. Th...
MAITLAND CIRCUIT COURT. (Before His Honor Mr. Justice Dickinson.) TUESDAY, MARCH 4,1851. HORSE STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 6 March 1851
MAITLAND CIRCUIT COURT. (Before His Honor Mr. Justice Dickinson.) TUESDAY, MARCH 4,1851. HORSE STEALING. John Cronan, alias Kerry Jack, was in- dicted for stealing a horse, the property ul . Robert Fitzgerald, at Yarramon, on the 1st September, 1850. In a sreund count he was charged with feloniously receiving the same. ' Mr, Puref.:y appeared for the defence; at- torney, Mr. C. Nicholl. t The witnesses called were Mr. Robert Fitzgerald, William Locke, and Edward Richardson. Mr. Fitzgerald has a station called Yariamon, on Liverpool Plains; a man named Moore was tn charge of his station for about four months, but had no authority to sell any horses, or dispose of them in any way, or of any other property ; his horses were branded I-F and K, the first Usually on the near shoulder, and the second on the off shoulder; Moore lately pleaded guilty to a charge at Bathurst. Locke, who is.in Mr. Fitzgerald's service, at Yarramun, about five months ago saw a horse in a pad- dock there-a bay h...
INSOLVENT COURT. Before the Chief Commissioner. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 6 March 1851
INSOLVENT CO ÜBT. Before the Chief Commissioner. WEDNESDAY. NEW INSOLVENT..-William Macdonald of No. 0, Hunter-street, Sydney, Grocer. Debts admitted ï X144 5s. 6d. ; claims disputed, £378 IGs. 7d. Total . £523 ? 2s. ld; assets, personal; property, ¿ISO 9s. Dobts due to the Estate, £35 13s. 7£d. i).'llcii'ui'.y £306 19s* 5£d. Mr. George King, Oiiioml Assignee. COMPULSORY SÉQUESTRATION.-Michael Rafter, of Windsor, in the Colony of New Routh Wales. IV'titioning Creditor, Robert Campboll, the Elder, us President of the Bank of New South Wales. Insolvent to shew cause 19th March instant. MEETINGS TO-DAY. Charles Toinpson, for examination at 10, James lllliott, William Huntley, James George Hughes, William Hill, and Edward Kennedy, for certifi- cate«, at 12.
A COLUMN OF COMICALITIES. AN AMERICAN DESCRIPTION OF A BABY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 6 March 1851
A COLUMN OF COMICALITIES. AN AMERICAN DESCRIPTION OF A BABV. -We copy the following from the Knicker' hocker, lt is a postscript to a letter ad dressed to the Editor by a funny correspon- dent, who calls himself " Julian." And then my boy. But havn't I told you ? Why, I'vé got a boy ? a boy !-ha, ha ! I shout it out to you-a baby ! fourteen pounds, and the mother a great deal better than could be ex- pected ! And I say, Mr. Editor, it's mine ¡ hurrah and hallelujah for ever. Oh, Sir; such legs and such arms, and such a head ! and oh, Heavens ! he has his mother's lips can kiss them for ever ! And then, Sir, look at his feet, his hands, his chin, his everything in fact. Give rae joy, Sir, no, you needn't either. lam full now; I run over; aud they say I run over a number of old women, half kiiled the mother, pulled the doctor by the. nose, and upset a pothecary shop in the corner; and then didn't 1 ring the tea bell? Didn't I blow the horn? and didn't I dance, shout, laugh, and cry al...
English Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 6 March 1851
English Extracts. To TUE RIGHT REV. TUB BISUOP OF DURHAM. My Dear Lord,-I agree with you in consider- ing "the late aggression of the Pope upon our Protestantism" as " insolent and insidious," and I therefore foell aa indignant as you can do upon tho subject. I not only promoted to the utmost of my power the claims of tho Roman Catholics to all civil rights, but I thought it right, and oven desirable, that tho ecclesiastical system of the Roman Catholics should bo the means of giving instruc- tion to the numerous Trish immigrants in London and elsewhere, who, without such help, would have been left in heathen ignorance. This might havo been done, however, without any such innovation as that which wo have now seen. It is impossible to confound tho recent measures of the Pope with tho division of Scotland into dioceses by tho Episcopal Church, or the arrange- ment of tho districts in England ny the Wesleyan Conference. There is an assumption of power in all tho documents which have co...