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Original Correspondence. TO CHAULES HARPUR, ESQ. {Per favor of ike Empire.) [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 March 1851

Original Correspondence. TO CHAULES HARPUR, ESQ. {Per favor of ike Empire.) Thuir swords mid their sceptres I floating sec, Like wrecks on tho surge ot' eternity. SIR,-Your verses with a NOTE, in this day's Advocate, impel me to take the pen to address you ; aud I do so itt linste, owing to an intruding feeling that the step is in itself so unjustifiable that if 1 waited to thinkl must give it up. Folluwing my impulse may be wrong, hut it gives me pleasure, and on I go. Your production, you say, was called forth fay rending nu article in Blackwood. Again have tho friends of human progress to titanic that iiicanintiun nf nil kinds of despotisms for evoking the spirit uf truth tn dispense, by his torch-ilash, the barbarie fog in which lie would enshroud the doctrine of man's nature. TD nttempt ngnin a refutation of a doctrino which modern enlightenment has deprived of its power of evil, would be, "again to slay the ..lain." [ take rln» pen bur, to resp-t ul m lin« . '.i:viu i'y tn«-.'...

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAUSES TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 March 1851

CAUSES TO-DAY. Terry v. Tompson, part heard; Thorne v. Fisher; Cohen and another v. Dangar; Gunning v. Hume and others ; ' Hush v. Johnson ; Mitchell and others v. Lowe. _. i

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 March 1851

COASTERS OUTWARDS. Marsh 10.-Magnet 17, Milham, for Brisbano "Water, in ballast ; James and Amelia, Stevnes, for Newcastle^ in ballast; Hagard, 3C, Cox, for Newcastle,' in ballast ; Sister, 45,. Hescott, for Newcastle, in ballast; Australia, 45, Williams, for Nowcastle, in ballast; Eagle, 28, Tyrrell,, for Newcastle, in ballast; Anna Maria, 49, Bonney, for Newcastle, in ballast ; Mermaid, 20, Campbell, for Newcastle, in ballast ; Phantom, 19, Settree, for Brisbane Water, with sundries ; Effort, 47, Thompson, for Wide Bay, with sundries; William and James, 75, for Twofold Bay, with 30,000 . feet cedar.

Publication Title: Empire
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Law Intelligence. SUPREME COURT. MONDAY, MARCH IOTT, 1851. NISI PttlUS SITTINGS. ' Bcfire the Chief Justice and a jury of four TERRY V. TOMl'SON. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 March 1851

Law Intelligence. SUPREME COURT. MONDAY, MARCH IOTT, 1851. NISI PttlUS SITTINGS. ' Bcfire the Chief Justice and a jury of four TERRY V. TOMl'SON. This case occupied tho Court the whole day, and was not concluded when it roso at 4 o'clock. We defer our report.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 March 1851

Tho Thomas Arbuthnot hus rando a fina passage of 1.0S days. Shortly after leaving, she experi- enced very severe weather which contiued for the space of ten days. The only vessel connected with those colonies spoken by tho Thomas Arbuthnot was Achilles for this port from London. The lat- ter vessel was last spoken on tho Equator, j The Emma sighted a largo brig, apparently all black, steering eastward, fi a.m., on 2Gth ult., in j lat. 34*20, long.lGâ'OO.Cth inst., nt3 p.m., passed a brigantine, lat 34* 22 s., long. löG^ö., steering eastward. The whale ship Enterprise, of Nantucket, Capt. 1 G. I». Swain, 7 months out, with 140 barrels sperm oil, put into Auckland, and having refreshed and sold 70 barrels oil, sailed again on tho 19th ï'ebrunry, bound to tho Arctic Seas Strait. All well on board.

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SHIPS MAILS CLOSINO AT TUG TOST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 March 1851

SHIPS MAILS CLOSINO AT TUG TOST OFFICE. Launceston-Willinm, this tiny at noon. Honolulu-Brothers, on Wednesday evening, at 6 o'clock. London-St. George, on Friday evening, at G o'clock.

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DOMESTIC. Abstract of Auction Sales. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 March 1851

DOMESTIC. Abstract of Auction Sales. THIS DAY. MR. E. SALAMOS.-Afc bis Rooms, nt. ll o'clock, I Patent Nails, inore or less damaged. MK. J. 6. COHEN.-.Afc his Rooms, afc ll o'clock, Lucifer Matches, Brazil and Barcelona Nuts. M. R.'FAWCETT.-Afc his Rooms, afc ll o'clock, 12 líales of Wool. Mr. G. A. LLOYD.-Afc the City Mart, at ll o'clock, Enamel Iron Bedsteads, Cots, Ac. Mu. STE.WART.-At the Cattle Market, at 11 o'clock, tho Tenterfield Stud, composed of Mares, Colts, and Fillies, Horses, &c. MR. C. NEWTON.-At his Rooms, ut half-past ll o'clock, 20 cases Cigars, 315 boxes Hyson - skin Ten, 994 bags fine Mauritius Sugar, 711 bags Zebu Sugar. MKSSRS. MORT AND Buowx.-Afc tho Market Wharf, afc ll o'clock, 17,000 feet Cedur,; at their Rooms, at ll o'clock, the Lease of the Clydesdale Estate. Mu. W. G. MOORE.-Afc the Labour Bazaar, afc ll o'clock, Sundry Goods.

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 March 1851

IMPORTS. , March ll,-Emmn, brig, 135 tons, Captain W. H. Fox, from. Auckland-41 coils wool-lashing, ll empty casks, Smith, Campbell & Co. ; £3 casks Àperm oil, M. Joseph; 17 barrels nun, 14 barrels brandy, 5 barrels gin, S. Lyons ; I package sad- dlery, J. Knox ; 4 bundles whalebone, {M. Joseph : eight coils wool-lashing and 211 bags potatoes, J. Buchanan. , * COASTERS INWARDS. ! March IO.-Toroa, 58 tons, Sholl, from Moreton Bay, with 4000 feet pine, 20Ö0 staves, 12 casks tallow, 4 bundles sheepskins, 70 bales wool, and 100 hides ; Mary Stewart, 73, Summerville, from Moreton Bay, with 10,000 feet timber, 200 staves, SO hides, 400 sheepskins, 12 casks tallow, and 80 bales wool ; Mermaid, 20, Campbell, from New- castle, with 25 tons coals ; Phantom, 19, Settreo, . from Brisbane Water, with 8000 feet timber, and 38,000 laths ; Norma, 35, M'Donald, from the Tweed River, with 18,000 feet cedar ; Magnet, 17, Mitham, from Brisbnno Water, with 7500 feet timber, «and 100 railing ; Va...

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 March 1851

PROJECTED DEPARTURES. The Moselle for Newcastle, the Katherine Stewart Forbes for London.

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MAITLAND CIRCUIT COURT. FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1851. (From the Maitland Mercury, March 8.) [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 March 1851

MAITLAND CIRCUIT COURT. FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1851. (From the Maitland Mercury, March 8.) Before His Honor Mr. Justice Dickinson. MURDER. William Hnyes was indicted for the wilful murder of Beujavnin Cott, at Dagworth,- on the 13th November, 1S50, by striking, beat- ing, nnd wounding him with a certain blunt instrument unknown on the left side, the right side, the back, nnd the front, of his head, thereby inflicting divers mortal wounds, bruises, and contusions, whereof the said Benjnmin Cott instantly died. Mr. Purefoy and Mr. Holroyd appeared for the defence ; attorney, Mr. Turner, The Attorney-Gene- ral stated the cuse to the jury, and called, John Staunton, who deposed that he lived with prisoner (Hayes) in November last, wit- ness and his family having entered Hayes's service in September, witness's father and mother, two sisters, witness himself, and a brother ; had no previous knowledge of Hayes ; witness came from the county Lime- rick, Ireland ; Hayes told witness he came from t...

Publication Title: Empire
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INSOLVENT COURT. MONDAY, FEB. IO. "Refore the Chief Commissioner. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 March 1851

INSOLVENT COURT. MONDAY, FEB. IO. "Refore the Chief Commissioner. Robert Richardson, an adjourned single meeting. No parties. Charles Appleton, an adjourned meeting for cer- tificate. The insolvent and one witness -were examined by Mr. Gilbert Wright at considerable length. Adjourned.

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CITY COUNCIL. NOTICES OF MOTION ON BUSINESS PA rp ft FOR MEETING ON THE 17TH LSST. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 March 1851

CITY COUNCIL. NOTICES OF MOTION ON BUSINESS PA rp ft FOR MEETING ON THE 17TH LSST. By Alderman Broughton : 1. That the Council do now proceed to open and determine on the Tenders tor watering George-street. Supply of Iron Water-piping. Strengthing Bridge in Cumberland-street. By Alderman Egan ; 2. That Licenses be granted to certain Pro- prietors and Drivers of Hackney Carriage«, in accordance with the recommendation of the Hackney Carriages Committee. By Councillor Josephson : 3. That it is the opinion of this Council that, the Right Worshipful the Mayor has no authority whatever, either by Law or custom, to withhold any Corporate documents from the inspection or perusal of the Council in Council assembled, and that the direction of the Mayor to tho Town Clerk not to produce the correspondence between his Excellency the Governor and the Town Clerk relating to the presentation of the Mayor to his Excellency, was contrary to Law and custom, awl that tho Town Clerk was not bound to su...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Polioo Ofnca. Monday, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 March 1851

Polioo Ofñca. Monday, March 10. Boforo thc .Police Magistrate, and Alderman Kgnn. STEALING.-Margaret Sweeny, was charged by James Anderson, with stealing tinco blankets und other articles, tho property of prosecutor, lt ap- peared Unit tho prisoner and prosecutor were old acquaintances, and that tho woman had presumed too far upon tho good will of her fiiond ; she confosscd to having taken tho articles mentioned and pawned them, on tho strength of nu invita- tion from thc prosecutor, to " como and bo mistress of his house." Prosecutor indignantly repelled i the insinuation, but admitted that ho would not i have brought tho charge had the goods bcon re- turned. Tho prisoner was remanded, for further evidence. i Mary ICorn was charged with neglecting her children. Jt appeared ihat tho prisoner, who scorned to be non compos, was constantly in a stat« of senselessness produced by drink, and hor children, of whom she lias three, wore consequently utterly without protection and often left...

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THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 March 1851

THE POST OFFICE. WHAT is tho Post Office Committee of Empli ry about ? is a question which we should like to seo answered. Wo have heard a good deal in the shape of rumour as to thc pulsations of the present postal system, and we have noticed a great deal in the way of promise in the doings of the Committee. We trust that no external influence-no consideration of rank-no reminiscences of pleasant reunions-no displeasure of the powers that be-will deter the Committee from a fearless and sternly faithful discharge of their duties, than which nothing can be more- impor- tant, or more pregnant with interest to the community. It is useless to talk'of the magnitude of interests dependent on thc postal system of a country, or the ne- cessity for having competent and honest ¡ persons to manage them, to care for them, j and if possible, to advance them. These I aro truisms which none will gainsay ; i they are practically carried out and tosti í lied to by every community making tho slightest...

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_THE EMPIRE. _ TUESDAY, 'MAROU ll, 1851. EUROPEAN NEWS! [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 March 1851

_THE EMPIRE. _ TUESDAY, 'MAROU ll, 1851. EUROPEAN NEWS! ]îy the Thomas Arbnthnot, -which ar- rived late yesterday evening, wo bare papers to the 20th of November. Tho Queen and lloyal Family were at Windsor, and well. Tho Times, Daily News, Morning Chroni- cle, Globe, and other influential journals be- fore us, aro full of excited movements tinder the head of " Pupal Aggression." Meetings of a very stirring character were being held in all parts of tho coun- try. Ouo at York on tho 22nd November, reported in the Times of tho following day, was convened by tho High Sheriff of tho County, in c.tunpliiineo with a requi .isiliun M^Hft! liv ;V;;-tt:.'ii :nA>!'.'i;'.ou :,:.'.! (several hundred gentlemen of distinction^ Another meeting convened by the Ivord Mayor of pondon, »nd held in the Guild- hall, on the 25tb, is also described as being of an unusually influential character. All these meetings appear to have been -characterised by an expression of indigna- tion at the Papal bull of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 March 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. rUlVATE BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT, Kent-street Nortl), next door to the Gus Hotel. ' M1ÎS. AYRES has room for two or three gentlemen in her house, where they will meet with every comfort and attention. The situation is very pleasant and. healthy, and the house will be found to be a very agreeable re- sidence. Terms, moderate. 114 To Licensed Victuallers and Others. LAVERS AND CO.'S GINGER WINE. SINCE tho introduction ,of^rdie^ oliove article by tho undersigned, advantage'hus been takeii of the demand for tho sume^and ah 'article bearing the name of Ginger Wilie sold at n low price, but of a most inferior, and positively injurious obaracter. We therefore take the present opportunity of informing the trade, that wo have greatly re- duced ' its price, looking for a remuneration in a corresponding increase of sale. The fact that our Ginger Wine has been re- peatedly sent to tho India market, and realized a higher price than Ginger Wine sent there from England, is a suilicie...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 March 1851

FUNERALS. CHARLES KINSELA, Undertaker, feeling thankful, to the public for the very liberal patronage bestowed on him since commencing business, begs to inform them that he still con- ducts FUNERALS on the most reasonable terms. Goulburn-street, three doors from Pitt-street. 375

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 March 1851

THE E M PI R E, jj AIL Y JOURNAL OP NEWS, POLITICS, AND COMMERCE, fi Published every Morning, at G o'clock. TIM M« OÍ" Subscription :-Soven Shilling» and'Six-' pence par Quarter, or Two and Sixpence per Month, payable in advance. Siiiglo-Numuera-Three Halfpence Advertisements-Two Shillings and Sixpence tot tin- first, and Ninepence for every additional inch, for each Insertion. OPINIONS OK THE PRESS. (( \X7"lü »re glad to be afc liberty to admire the YV tone and spirit of its arguments." Sydney Morniny Herald, Dec. 31. " [ts numerous leading article« aro well and vigorously written."-Maitland Mercury, Jan. 1. "' Tlie original articles aro well written, and i»ivo earnest of milch vigour."-Goulburn Herald, J¿11. 4. " Wc congratulate our contemporary on the elevation of senfcimont.discernable throughout his reinarles."-Melbourne Argus, Jan 9. .. " It gives fair, promise of speedily assuming a hi^h rank among the Svdney Journals."-Port Paillip Gazette, Jan. 9. " ft has a taking air abou...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 March 1851

March TQ^Thoraas Apbu^nqt/fhîp', 675" tons, Captain Thomas Heaton, from ¡PlvmóutÉi the 27th -November. Passengers-^Mr.'¿nd Mi's. Liardart, Mrs. Bedford, Mri . Tborabjf cMñ¡;¡ Panton, Mr.' -Spowers,'two Misses SpWérs^'Mrí Palmer, Mr. M'Nab, Mr. and Mrs. Lauder, MflvMackenzie, Mr. Grieve, Miss Andrews, Mr. Pell, Dr. Arthorp, Mr. ."Wightman, Mr. Melrose, Mi*. Hobbs, Mr. Cohen and Mr! Quest. March ll.-Emma, brig, 135 tons, Captain W*. - - H. Fox, from Auckland the 20th ultimo. Pas- sengers-Mr. Henry Nathan, Mr. and/Mrs. Walker, Mr. George Yates, Mrs. Wood, Mr. G. Masted, wife and two children, T. White, H. White, G. Whitfield, wife and two children, D. Cross, W. Cross.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 March 1851

LIFE BOAT.-We have inspected a new species of Lite Boat, constructed by Mr. Thorsby, a tin- smith, and brazier of this city, h is built of galvanized sheet iron, and is closely interlaid with air boxes of tin, which with the assistance of two holes of about an inch'in diameter through the bottom, will not only prevent it from sinking, but in tho event of being capsized, will enable it to right itself instantly. Immediately above where the water risos through thc bottom is a tempo- rary floor for greater security from wet and facility in managing the boat. Tho model wc are informed is well suited to tho purpose for which the boat was,.constructed, though very different from that .on', which boats aro generally built. Being tho first of tho kind that Mr. Thorsby has over attempted, and being merely intended asan experiment, it is-of course small perhaps not more than eight feet on the keel, or more than a hundred pounds in weight, but we believe it is the intention of tho ingenious co...

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