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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 5 November 1853

BIRTHS.-On Friday morning, 28th ult., at Crown-street, Surry Hills, Mrs. I. M. Illidge, of a son and daughter--On Saturday, 29th October, at No. 3, Wynyard-squaro, the lady of Mr. Moses Moss, of a daughter.-On Saturday, the 29th ult., at Campbell's Wharf, Mrs. R. Nash, of a daughter. On thc morning of the 30th ult., Mrs. J. Donovan, of a daughter, on board the ship Bengal-. Merchant, Darling Harbour, Sydney.On Monday, 24th ult., the wife of Mr. James Allen, Dungog, of a daughter.-On the 2nd instant, at her residence, Princes-street, Mrs. Benjamin Barnett of a son.-On the 2nd instant, at the residence of her father, 80 Pitt street, Mrs. Richard A. Taylor, of a daughter. MARRIAGES.-On Thursday, October 27th, by special license; at St. Philip's Church, by the Venerable Archdeacon Cowper, Elizabeth, second dauuhter of George Bain, Esq., of Lybster,   Scotland, to Joseph Freeman, of United States of America.-On the 31st October, at St. Andrew's Church, by the Rev. Robert Stu...

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FUNERAL PROCESSION OF SIR JAMES EVERARD HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 12 November 1853

FUNERAL PROCESSION OF SIR JAMES EVERARD HOME. We last week gave a lengthened account of the life and death of this distinguished offiçer, and promised our readers that an engra- ving of the funeral procession should appear in this week's num- ber, with a more detailed account of the sad though imposing cere- monial. We have partly kept our promise, hut we think, after what we have already stated, and the very full details which were given in the daily and weekly papers of Saturday last, that we could not add to the tribute of regard which all classes appeared anxious to pay to the departed worth of the esteemed Commander of the Calliope. FUNERAL PROCESSION OF SIR EVERARD HOME.

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MARINE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 12 November 1853

MARINE INTELLIGENCE - ~ - ""ARRIVALS.-November 5-Fancy, schooner, 33, Nicholson, from Twofold Bay ; Damblat, French ship, 506, Blanchard, from San Francisco ; Indian Queen, American barque, 410, Drum- mond, from New York 25th. June ; Adolph Von Nassau, Dutch ship. 363, Borcher, from Liverpool 1st July. November G-'Syd- ney, 737, Askey, from Port Phillip; Osmanli, steamer, 500, Cor- bett, from Melbourne ; Fanny Fisher, barque, 250, Harrold, from Batavia. November 8-Sir John Harvey, steamer, 700, Mailler ; Shamrock, steamer, 200, Warner; Eclipse, brig, 168, Coates; Frances, barque, 21 (i, Marr; Sarah Bell, brig, 250, Hart ; Wild Irish Girl, 125, Todd; Henrietta, brig. 217, Allen; Ellen and Elizabeth, brig, 156, Guillan; Christina, brig, 125, Rees, all from Melbourne ; John Ormerod, American.brig. 187, Levier, from San Francisco; Emma, brig. 125, Brown; Raven, brig, 170, Moffatt., both from Geelong ; Velox, brig, 140, Halford, from New Plymouth; Mountain Maid, brig, 192, Peacock, from ...

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SALOON OF THE GREAT BRITAIN STEAMSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 12 November 1853

SALOON OF THE GREAT BRITAIN. STEAMSHIP. The accompanying sketch of the Saloon ef this " Queen of the Ocean ' will give our readers, and more especially our country friends who have not had an opportunity of paying a visit to the vessel, some idea of the great provision made for the accommoda tion ot passengers. There is nothing brilliant about the saloon, but everything seems to have been arranged for (that truly English word) "comfort," The Commander of the Great Britain, B. R. Matthews, Esq., has long since obtained a high position in the » Mercantile Steam Marine ; of his urbanity and kindness to all classes of passengers we need not speak ; he is one of nature's proud nobility, and every inch a sailor. 1 ,_:_ - - ?-m ' THEFT.-Charles Ryan was charged before the Police Court, on Monday last, with bavin ? on the previous Sunday morning, stolen three shillings and ninepence from the person of Hugh McGuinness, and was sentenced to hard labour for a period of two months in Darlinghur...

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 12 November 1853

X; ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. ' Notes of the present Month will appear, with an illustration, m our next. Margaret will have an answer in our next. H. R. H., Balmain, is thanked for his kind suggestion. TO COUNTRY SUBSCRIBERS. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION.-Six shillings and sixpence per quarter, payable to any of our authorised Agents, or to the Publisher, 58, .York-street. Si/dnetj. 'TO ADVERTISERS. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING.-Four lines, Zs.; eight lines, is. ; every additional eight lines, ls. id. for each insertion. ILLUSTRATED SYDNEY NEWS. GREAT BRITAIN MAIL.-Our next number, Saturday, 19th Nov., will contain engravings of The Island of New Caledonia, The New Exchange, Portrait of the late Bishop Broughton, &c. ;*with a Complete Summary of Colonial News. Oßc.e, 58, York-street. We have thc honor of announcing that by special permission a por- trait of his Excellency Sir Chas. A. Fitz Roy, Governor General, Sfç., will appear in an early number of the Illustrated Sydney News. No. 1 o...

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GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 12 November 1853

GLEANINGS. A SOLEMN THOUGHT.-It lias been observed, with much signi- ficance, that every morning we enter upon a new day, carrying still an unknown future in its bosom. How pregnant and stirring the reflection ! Thoughts may be born to-day which may never die.. Feelings may be. awakened to-day which may never be extin- guished. . Hope may be excited to-day which may never expire. Acts may be performed to-day, the consequence of which may not be realised till eternity. The number of sea-going vessels in the world is about 85,000, of which two-thirds belong to England and the United States. The Boston Bec, (U. S.) says " Since the first rage of ' Uncle Tom's Cabin, above three hundred infants have been christened . Eva in this city." Injuries from strangers are frequently forgiven, from friends they are seldom ever forgiven. Pleasure is seldom found where it is sought ; our brightest blazes of gladness are commonly kindled by unexpected sparks. The forms of good-breeding have been pro...

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CHEAP DIET. CONCLUSION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 12 November 1853

CHEAP DIET. CONCLUSION. STRANGE and a serious reflection for a man to make--is it not?-that, when he marries a woman, he places not only his hap- piness, but his honour;*in her hands. In this re- spect the contract between the parties is not equal. A faithless husband may wring the heart of his wife, but he leaves her name I untouched.Theworldmay ppity her, but it does not h laugh at her. A woman J is thus, by the conven- . ' tional habits and ideas of society,exempt fromsome of tile bitterest feelings which can agonise the bosom of a man. Those feelings were not, however, experienced by Robert Amiel in their acutest poignancy. His pride was hurt, and Iiis name dishonoured ; but, before her treason, he had ceased to love her who betrayed him. He thus escaped-the deadliest pang a woman can inflict. Yet his sufferings were sufficiently great. After the first paroxysm of phrensy and indignation, he could not help pitying the unhappy woman : he could not forget what had been : he could ...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. A DIRGE. On the late Captain Sir James Everard Home, Bart., C. B. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 12 November 1853

< ORIGINAL POETRY. A DIRGE. On the late Captain Sir James Everard Home, Bart., C. B. ' . , . , Far from his country has the seaman brave Look'd for the last time on the wave .. " Look'd for the last time on the tide That had so long carried his warlike pride. Far from his country, but not far . From his countrymen : from them alone j Death can take him Death parted can make him By taking him. from the earth which they cover, From tlie earth which they crowd and spread over From zone to zone. O English sailor brave, Tender-hearted as a woman, Faithful friend, and fearless foeman, One boon of thee we crave. Let not thine eager spirit Haste at once to inherit Its stormless rest With the good and the blest. For to thy valiant ghost : ' A mourning British host Prepares to render The rites funereal of a martial splendour. O, stay, We pray, Until the soldiers shine In long and stately line ; While thy gallant crew, Manly, tender and true, Who would have won for thee the laurels ...

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A FEEJE E LIVING INTERMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 12 November 1853

i*!*' A FE EJE E LIVING INTERMENT. # ??? A young niau was ailing ; he had lost his appetite, and fearing >< to be reproached by the Feejee beauties for oeing a skeleton j ' shanie being an unendurable emotion-resolved to be buried I alive. Jackson, a sailor, who lived some years among the Feejees, ^ tried to dissuade him from the sacrifice in vain, and the scene now to be described followed :-" By this time all his relations had'col ^s lected round the door. His father had a kind of wooden spade to ^ { dig the grave with, his mother had a new suit of tapa, his sister I f some vermilion and a whale's tooth, as an introduction to the great H1 god of Rage-Rage. He arose, took up his bed, and walked, not for life, hut for death, his father, mother, and sister following after, with several other distant relations, whom I accompanied. I noticed that they seemed to follow him something in the same way that they followed a corpse in Europe to the grave (that is as far as relat...

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GRAND FANCY DRESS BALL IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 12 November 1853

GRAND FANCY DRESS BALL IN MELBOURNE. We extract the following account of the Ball given by the Hight Worshipful the Mayor of Melbourne, in the Queen's Theatre, on Wednesday, 26th ult, from the Banner, of the 28th :-The Fancy Dress Ball of Wednesday was one of striking brilliancy and fashion. Besides his Excellency the Lieutenant-Governor and thc 1 Mayor, donor of the ball, we observed the following distinguished guests:-Colonel Valliant, Colonel Desparti, Captain Russell, Captain M'Mahon, Colonel Anderson, M.L.C., Mr. Rutledge, M.L.C., Dr. Greeves, M.L.C., Captain Cole, M.L.C., Mi. Tho». a'Becket, W. Kerr, Esq., T.C., the Mayor of Geelong, Assistant Colonial Surgeon, Dr. Ford, Captain Smith, Captain Sturt, Mr. Price, Commissioner of the Ovens, Mr. Stevens, Mr. Barrow, &c. Some of the most distinguished impersonations of . the company present were those of King Henry VIII., Charles IL, Sir John Falstaff, an aborigine, Paul Pry, Hamlet, &c. ; but in fact the room was c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 12 November 1853

A A Ex Kate, and Constitution. SUMMER GO 0 Just opened Barege Dresses, Bayadere, flounced Chintz, ditto Silk, striped Sylphide Crystal Flounced grenadine dresses Ditto crape ditto Tucked tarletau ditto Cambric flounced ditto Ditto bayadere ditto White lace dresses, flounced and tucked Ditto muslin ditto ditto ditto Ditto lace ditto, double and treble skirts Rich brocaded barege and crape scarfs _ DAVID JONES AND CO. PARASOLS. JU S T RECEIVED, Ex Kate Claremont, lined Sylphide French brocaded carriage . Moiré-antique, ditto and promenade Plain glacé silk, all colours. _ DAVID JONES AND CO. EX KATE. . N Importation of Bessimeres' Goods, well assorted, consisting of Ladies' under clothing Ditto morning wrappers, in new styles Children's under clothing Ditto dresses Ditto white cambric pelisses Ditto ditto muslin ditto Infant's robes, an excellent assortment Bassinets furnished Baby's baskets, trimmed. _ DAVID JONES AND CO. Ex Sydney, and Kate. N ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF Reticules Portmonn...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 12 November 1853

NEWS OF THE WEEK. FAREWELL DINNER.-The friends of Mr. George Wilkie, fi many years a resident in Sydney, invited him to a farewell dinne: in the Exchange Hotel, on the evening of Thursday last, on OCCÍ sion of his contemplated departure for England, by the Grei ! Britain. The chair was occupied by Mr. G. R. Nichols, M.L.C on the right of whom sat the guest of the evening-Captain Mai thews, of the Great Britain, who was accompanied by several < his officers, being seated on the left. The Chairman, after propc j posing the health of the Governor-General, gave the toast of th evening in a neat, witty, and appropriate speech, which was receive with loud cheers, and afterwards presented Mr. Wilkie with a si] ver tea-service, as a token of the respect in which he was held b a large number of his fellow-citizens. Mr. Wilkie returned thani in a very appropriate address. The health of Captain Matthew! and of Mrs. Wilkie and family were proposed, and very cordiall responded to. The...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 12 November 1853

BIRTHS.-On 5th Nov., at the Presbyterian School Room, Pitt-st. Mrs. R. Gale of a son. 7th inst., at her residence, Liverpool-st., Mrs. G. Langhorne, of a daughter. At the Old Barrack Square . 8th inst., Mis, Morley Gormon, of a daughter. 8th inst., at her residence, South Head Road, Mrs. Alfred Cane, of a son. At Bal- main, 4th inst., Mrs. Ewen W. Cameron; of a daughter. At Lower Fort-street, 4th inst, Mrs. Lovett, of a daughter. At Castlereagh street, Mrs. J. Davis, of a son. "At Nonorah, 7th inst., Mrs. J. Lowe, of a daughter. At Fort-st, 9th inst, Mrs. "VV. "Walker, jun. of a son. At Boree Nyrang,. Mr. R. J. Barton, of a son. At Bourke-st, Mrs. Robert Blake, jun., of a daughter. MARRIAGES.-^-NOV. 1st., John Lathby, Esq., to Jane Bruce, both of Sydney. On 5th inst, at Ebenezer Chapel, Mr. George Mills to Miss Mary Jane Ashdown Sheader, both of Sydney. At St. Mary's Cathedral, on .7th inst, Anne Rock, of Roscommon, Ireland, to Joseph Molesworth, of England. At Parramatta, on 7th in...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 12 November 1853

MINING INTELLIGENCE. BRAIDWOOD, Nov. 1.-From the different gold fields in the neighbourhood, there are as usual varying accounts. Some are very successful, some are bitterly complaining. Jenner's party on Major's Creek still continue to turn out rich washing stuff, and the large parties on Bell's Creek have nothing now to complain of. As you mentioned in your last, the new diggings are to be opened to day at Reedy Creek, part of the estate of the late Captain Cog- hill. If indications are good for anything, there ought certainly to.: be a rich field in this locality, and the "prospects" already : gained, are very encouraging. The abundance of water wiil be a great, but not an insuperable difficulty. I hear rumours of the probability of part of the Seymour Estate being thrown open to the public, but at the rate of £2 per license. This we cannot but re- gard as a very questionable policy. The British Australian Gold Mining Company have commenced operations on Spring Creek, and have al...

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THE MARKETS. WHOLESALE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 12 November 1853

THE MARKETS. WHOLESALE PRICES, _ POULTRY.-Fowls, per pair, Gs. ; clucks, per couple, Ys. ; «reese, each, Gs. to 7s.; turkeys, each, from, 12s. to 20s. ; pigeons, per couple, ls. Gd. ; roasting pigs, Gs. each.'*'*.. GENERAL MARKETS.-Butter, per lb., ls. Gd. ; Glenlee, 2s. Gd, to 2s. 9d. ; Wollongong, ls. 9d. to 2s. ; cheese (colonial), 7d. to Sd.; bacon,(colonial) Gd. to7d.; lard, 4d. to 5d. ; eggs,.ls. Gd. to ls. Sd. VEGETARLES.-Potatoes, (old) per cwt., 24s. ; new (Sydney ! grown), 26s. to 30s. ; cabbages, per doz., 4s. to 9s. ; cauliflowers, I 4s. to 8s. ; lettuees, 2s. to 4s. ; turnips, per dozen 'bunches, 3s. to 4s. ; leeks, ls. to 2s. ; parsnips, 3s. to 4s. ; carrots, 3s. to 4s. ; pumpkins, 15s. to 25s. per dozen ; peas, per bushel, 11s. to 13s; beans (broad) Gs. to 8s. ; French, 8s. to 10s. FRUIT.-Oranges, per dozen, ls. 3d. to ls. Gd.; lemons, Od. to Is. ; citrons, 8d. to ls.; loquats, per- basket, Gs. to 8s. ; bananas, per dozen, 2s. to 2s. Gd. ' - . BUTCHER'S MEAT.-Beef, pe...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 12 November 1853

* SOUTH AUSTRALIA. OUR files from Adelaide enable us to give the following brief sum-' mary:- t; ?' The Legislative Council of South Australia, says the Adélaïde l'iines of the 27th ult, gave a dinner to Captain Cadell last evening, in acknowledgment of his great services in opening up the naviga- tion of the Murray. . The address, in reply to the Lieutenant-Oovernor, on the open- ing"ujfof the Murray, had been passed by the Legislative Council, and ordered to be printed on vellum or parchment, for presentation to his Excellency. A new weekly paper, called the Free Press, has been started in Adelaide. " It is," says the Register, "well got up, and the style of writing is an improvement on the monotony of the Adelaide journals." The Register states that, the expenses incurred by Captain Cadell in canying out his project, have not been less than £8,000. On the 25th ultimo, the bachelors of Adelaide entertained a party of ladies and gentlemen, amounting to nearly 400, at a grand pic-ni...

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THE ILLUSTRATED SYDNEY NEWS. ADVANCE AUSTRALIA. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1853. CAPITAL FALLACIES ON CAPITAL PUNISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 12 November 1853

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1853. f! APTTATi FALLACIES ON CAPITAL PUNISHMENT, j SUPI'ÜSK that a man, who, having taken all possible means for the protection of his house-having secured it with bolts .and bars, and hermetically sealed it, as it were, with iron shutters-found that, in spite of all these measures, an entry into his dwelling was nightly effected, and depredations committed-suppose, we say, that man were to infer not only that his precautions were Useless to prevent, but that they were the cause of, intrusion,-that, there- fore, they should be wholly abandoned,-and that, when he had taken down his shutters, removed his bolts, and thrown his doors wide open, he might then sleep tranquilly in his bed, with a per- fect security from all molestation-what, we ask, would be the probable consequences of such a mode of proceeding, and what opinion should wc have of the intellect or powers of reasoning by which it was dictated ? Or-to take another illustration, which the present weath...

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THE LATE PUBLIC INTERMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 12 November 1853

THE LATE PUBLIC INTERMENT. MUCH has been said, and may be said, against the propriety of ai ostentatious parade at funerals. It may seem to be the very ex travagance of mortal vanity-a vanity carried beyond the preser world, and extended into the next. True sorrow not only' derive no consolation from, but is shocked, is insulted by, this mocker of its woe, this parody of its grief, this hired and simulated exprès sion of " that within, which passeth show." The privacy of the heart is violated : its most sacred feelings are outraged b; the flouting in their face of the sable and senseless trappings, th ghastly paraphernalia of a ceremonial which, useless to the dead is costly to tlie living. The long struggle is over. Death has a last conquered man, and claims even his dust. And we-we cele brate the defeat as a victory, and erect a trophy on the field of ou: humiliation. With regard to private funerals, all this is true and just. Ii their case, there is no motive for this display ; n...

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FRENCH LEAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 12 November 1853

. FRENCH LEAVE. ; THAT gallant mercurial, and very enlightened people, the - French, have just furnished us with a new illustration of a well-known national peculiarity, hy the manner in wliich they have gained possession of the island of New Cale- donia-they have quietly sent, and taken it. On the 23rd of September last, the French Rear-Admiral, M. Des Pointes, arrived' at New Caledonia from Tahiti in the steam cor- vette Le Phoque, and on the following day, landing at Belade, hoisted the French flag, and formally took pos- session of the Island and its dependencies in the name of his Imperial Majesty, Napoleon III. Tt cannot be de- nied that this mode of proceeding has at least the merit of what one of the invaders would call nne grande simplicité ; but whether it is entitled to any other praise, may admit of question. "We believe that the law of civilised nations, as it now stands, recognises but three ways by which one people may extend its territories at the expense of another,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 12 November 1853

WOOD ENGRAVERS. ARTISTS in the above profession may meet with constant em- ployment by applying to Mr. W. G. MASON, " Illustrated Sydney News " Office, 58, York-street, Sydney._ MALCOM'S ROYAL AUSTRALIAN AMPHITHEATRE -York-street-Open every evening with Dramatic and Equestrian Entertainments. Change of programme nightly. Daring feats in the Arena, comprising Scenic Acts, ef Horseman- ship, CLASSICAL DRAWING-ROOM ENTERTAIN- MENTS, Pantomimes, Ballets, &c, &c. Jester to the Arena, Mr. Palmer. Leader of the Orchestra, Mr. Brown. _JOHN MALCOM, Proprietor. PROFESSOR LEES AND SONS. AT MALCOM'S Royal Amphitheatre, York-street. The en- gagement of this Sampson of modern days, whose feats of strength and power have so completely paralysed the audience, and whose witticisms and court jests in the. arena, and his graceful style as ,a jester have produced deafening plaudits from all parts of the house, will last for a few nights longer. ,_ JOHN MALCOM, Proprietor. No. 53-12. Tow...

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