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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 March 1851
TO ADVERTISERS. Advertisements cannot bo withdrawn after 4 o'clock in the afternoon ; but new ones will be received till 9 o'clock, every evening before publication. All Advertisements must have the number of Insertions intended written legibly on the manuscript, otherwise they will be repeated till countermanded by the Advertiser. EMPJBR OFFICE,January 18. ._
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 March 1851
ADVERTISEMENTS, , - Clothing: and Tinware. TENDERS are requested for ' the under- mentioned articles, to be Bent in, addressed to the Rey. Dr. Ross, Chairman of the Weekl y Committee of the Sydney Infirmary, on or before Monday next, the 17th instant, by twelve o'clock* 725 Yards Calico, 2 vards wide 9G Blue Shirts * / 72 Pairs Worsted Stockings 8 Pieces Gown Prints 50 Pairs moleskin Trousers . 100 Yards flannel for Yests 12 Yards Towelling Also, a considerable quantity of Tinware ; a list of which can be seen by application to the House Steward. JOHN;M«GARVIE, 431 ?' Secretary To Publicans within the City and District of Sydney. AN individual having waifed on publicans, and represented that he called nt the desire of a certain Clerk in the Police Office (frcm whom he obtained a' List) to request orders for the pre Earation of applications for Licenses, Mr. Delo ery begs to inform his friends, as well ns the Publicans ' generally, that, none of the Tolice Clerks ¿re allowed, either ...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 March 1851
EXPORTS. March 13.-Blackwall, ship, 838 tons, Captain Thorne, for London-5608 treenails, 567 bales wool¿ 1 case plants, 2 cases, 1 cask provisions, Lyall, Scott, and Co. ; 97 bales wool, William Hindson ; 331 bales wool, Swain, Webbs, and Co. ; 131 bales wool, 12 bundles whalebone, Samuel Browning ; *76 bales wool, Gr. B. Rundle ; 250 bales wool, D. Cohen and Co. ; 53 bales wool, Kirchner and Co. ; 122 bales wool, Griffiths, Fanning and Co. ¡ 76 bales wool, Thomas Icely ; 7G bales wool; Lamb and Parbury ; 22 bales wool, John Lamb ; 68 bales, 1 pocket wool, Thomas Agars ; 53 bales wool, Abraham Brierley ; 80 bales wool, James and William M'Arthur ; 54 bales ? wool, Campbell and Co. ; 49 bales wool, Henry Dangar; 38 bales wool, George Thorne and Co.; 12 bales wool, T.^Taylor j 86 bales wool, ¥. Lord ; 35 bales wool/Jamieson, Orr, and Co. ; 22 balés wool, William Walker.and Co. ; 26 bales wool, Smith,'Croft and Co:1} 148 bales wool, C. Newton and Brothers ; 27 bales ' wool, G. T. Armit...
THE WORKING GLASSES OF GREAT BRITAIN. APPENDIX. (Continued from our last.) AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS, [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 March 1851
THE WORKING GLASSES OL? GREAT BRITAIN. By the Rev., Sam fiel, G. Green, A.B. APPENDIX.. ;,' , (Continued/'rom pur.last.) : ... .?? AGRICULTURAL : LABOURERS, Tho condition of thia class diners.to somo ex- tent, according to the particular: circumstances of each discrict, and tho comparativo,' prosperity of each season. Theso variations aro noty a however, of suflicient importance to render i necessary a separato reference to each county.' j ;M:.''i ::. ; lu the groat rural district comprising.tho throe counties of Norfolk, Suffolk, and Essex, and : con- taining a population of 150,000 persons, looking to agriculture alone for subsistence, elaborate.cal- culations BIIOW a result of about £21 per annum as tho average amount of wages paid to each la- bourer, i. e., about 8s. a week. Dorsetshire has long had a bad pre-ominenco on the scoro of low wagos. In this respect, how- ever, it difiera but slightly from tho othor agricul- tural counties. Tho general rate of wages is 7s. a week for ...
COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 March 1851
! '. COASTERS INWARDS. : ll : Starch' .^is'.'-^eâançéi, "iS, West, from Mho' Hawkesbury River, \yith 470 bushels maize, 155 bushels wheat ; Madge Wildfire; 36,; Smart," from': the Tweed River, with 20,000 feet cedar1; Warlock, 43, Gibson,'from Newcastle, with 64 tons coals, Rose, steamer, 172, Harding, from Morpeth, with 103 bales wool, 5 casks tallow, 15 trusses hay, 144 bushels wheat, 143 bushels maize, 34 bags pota-, toes, 20 bags onions, 2 calves, 100 sheep, 100 hides, 2 horses and sundries.,
English Extracts. THE ARMING OF FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 March 1851
English Extracts. THE ARMING OF FRANCE. Forty thousand men arc to be anded to the vast military force of France, and an armv of observation is to be established on the banks of the Rhine. People inquire un- easily the meaning of this ominous prepara tion, Only .last week' tlie VfeMeM "qf '.the Republic announced to the^atib^fl.liitidió^ly that the army, had' been reduced,&no\that " soon it would be completely ^ within . thé limits prescribed .by, the . budget,, where it would be maintained, if political circum stauces allowed of it." No change has since appeared in political circumstances. France ia- not threatened by any enemy. While the President was preparing his message, war appeared imminent in' Germany, yet he pro- mised reduction and strict neutrality. Now, every post from Germany brings frèsh as- surances that the monarchs are about to settle their differences hy negotiation, and France is called to arms by Louts Napoleon. No- thing is apparent to justify an increase...
COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 March 1851
COASTERS OUTWARDS. March 13.-Emma, 25, M'Jntyre, for tho Man- ning River, with sundries ; Chance, 38, House, for Newcastle, in ballast ; Meg Merrilies, 80, Davis, for tho Clarence river, with sundries ; "Fancy, 33, I3rown, for Newcastle, itt ballast; Christopher George, 58, Currie, for the Richmond river, with sundries, Cricket Player, 12, Jenkins, for the Hawkesbury river, with sundries ; Anna Maria, 49, for the Richmond river, with sundries; Elizabeth. 32, Doyle, for Newcastle, in ballast; John, 20, Morgan, for Newcastle, in bal-, lust; Rose, steamer, 172,Harding, for Morpeth with sundries. J
EPIDEMIC IN STOCK. (From the Gov. Gazette, March 13.) [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 March 1851
EPIDEMIC IN STOCK. (From the Gov. Gazette, March 13.) REFERRING to tue Notice dated 11th ultimo containing a preliminary Report from the Committee recently appointed to enquire into the nature of the prevailing Epidemic in Stock, with respect to diseased Meat, hu Excellency the Governor is pleased to direci the publication of the following further Re- port. 2. His Excellency has also directed thc publication of the annexed Paper on thc subject, prepared by the Rev. James Walker, M.A., of Liverpool. To TnE HONORABLE THE COLONIAL SECRETARY. SIR, WO tho undersigned members of tho Commission appointed by his Excellency tho Governor to en- quire into the prevailing epidemic amongst stock, beg to state, for the information of his Excel- lency, that sinco our last communication, dated February 7, wo havo continued making observa- tions ourselves and enquiring into tho opinions ot others acquainted with the subject. And wo have now the honor of laying before you, na Appendices to this porti...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 March 1851
AQUATICS.-Wo uro gi von to understand that tho challenge given by Mr. Uri», either on behalf of himself or tho "Englo's men," is about tobe taken up. The boat is not named : it is possible , it may be the Midge.
CAUSES TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 March 1851
CAUSES TO-DAY. Gunning v. Hume and others ; Mitchell and others v. Lowe; M'Nees v. Morrow ; Sullivan v. Brenan ; Smith and others v. Brenan, gent., one &c. ; Hunt and others v. Smith and others ; Newton and another v. Jones and others.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 March 1851
THE EMPIRE, DAILY JOURNAL OP NEWÖ, POLITICS, AND COMMERCE, . . Li Published every Morning, at 6 o'clock. Term* of- Subscription **-J-Sevea Shillings and Six- pence per .Quarter,, or Two' and Sixpence per Month, payable in advance. Single NtwiíWs-Three Halfpence. Advertisements-'['wo Shillings and Sixpence tot tin' first, and Ninepence for every additional Inch, for eich Insertion. : OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. ec \X7"ß ure ^lad to be at liberty to admire the YV tone and spirit of its. arguments." Sydney Morning Herald, Deo.' 31. " Its numerous leading articles are well and vigorously written."-Maitland Mercury, Jan. 1. " The original articles are well written, and give earnest of much vigour."-Goulburn Herald^ t)un. 4. . " We congratulate our contemporary - on thc elevation of sentiment discernable throughout hie remarks."-Melbourne Argus, Jan 9. ? ? . . . " lt gives fair promise of speedily assuming « high rank among the Sydney Journals."-Pon Phillip Gazette, Jan. 9.. , ' ' " " lt has a...
CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 March 1851
* . CLEARANCES. March 13.-Diana, ship, 575 tons, Captain Ellis Fletcher, for Guam, in ballast. March 13.-Blackwall, ship, 838 tons, Captain Thorne, for London. Passengers-Dr. Richard- son, Mr. and Mrs. Matthews, Mr. aud Master Uther, Mrs. Briscoe, Mr. "Urquhart, Mr. Eustace Smith, Mr. F. B. Hamilton, Mr. J. Thompson, Mr. R. Donald, Mr. and Mrs. Simmonds, Mr. Merrick, Mr. Hoi worthy, Mr. Logan, Mr. David- son, Rev. Mr. Grant, ïtev. D. Gregory, Thomas Hughes, Lewis Solomon, N. Owen, E. Lord, Mr. Coomes, Mrs. Jones, Uriah Cravén, Alexander Bruce.
Law Intelligence. SUPREME COURT. NISI PRIUS SITTINGS. THURSDAY, MARCH 13TH, 1851. Before Mr. Justice Therry, and a jury of four. M'EVOY V. TYSON AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 March 1851
Law IntoUifronco. SUPREME COURT. NISI IMUUS SITTINGS. THURSDAY, MARCH 13TH, 1851. Before Mr. Justice Therry, and a jury of four. M'EvOY V. T i SON AND OTHERS. Tilia was an notion of trespass for an illegal ««try upon a portion of a run situato at tho junc- tion* of the Lachlan and Murrumbidgee Rivers. The defendants pleaded, lat; not guilty 5 and 2nd, that the plaintiff was not possessed. Tho Solicitor-General, Mr. Foster, and Mr. Holroyd niipearod for theplaintiff,and Mr. Darvall, and j'lr. Moymott tor tho defendants^ This was'ono of the classes of actions, termed " squatting" actions, and was brought to deter- mine a disputed boundary to a run. Tho run in question formerly bolonged to n. Mr. Tooth, and was purchased of him by tho plaintiff .about three years sinco, The dotondants wero tho* ocoupiers of tho run &lt; nil joining tho plaintiffs. Tho parties had not it ap- peared been ou tho most amicable footing towards oaoh other, as there had previously boon litiga- \ tion ...
Police Office. Thursday, March 13. Bsfore His Worship the Mayor and the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 March 1851
Thursday, March 13. Bsfore His Worship the Mayor and the Police Magistrate. HEARTLESS ACCUSATION.-Catherine Hanslow, a poor old woman, and her son, a child of twelve years, were brought up on a charge of stealing a coat, the property of another son of the prisoner. From the statement of the constable, it appeared that the prosecutor had himself given his mother into custody. When apprehended, the woman denied the' charge, and said the coat was her husband's, and that she took it to pawn, in order to pay a Servant's Registry Office for taking down the name of her daughter as a candidate for a situation. The prosecutor, as might have been expected, did not make his appearance, and the prisoners were discharged. TUE Ito BB ERY FROM CAPTAIN CUDWORTH.' Samuel Walters was charged with being concerned in robbing Captain Cud worth, master mariner, of a £10 note. It appeared from the evidence of the complainant, that he had gone on Monday night last, to, the Crown and Kettle public house, oo...
INSOLVENT COURT. THURSDAY, MARCH. 13. NEW INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 March 1851
INSOLVENT COURT. THURSDAY, MARCH. 13. NEW INSOLVENT. John Carrick Thompson, of Paddington, near Sydney, gentleman.-Liabilities, £766 18s. 9il. A'ssets,-value of personal property, £200, out- standing debts £6 ; total assets, £2*06. Amount deficient^ £560 18s. 9d.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 March 1851
TnE COAL MONOPOLISTS.-Some serious coni: plnints have reached us of tho glaring partiality -to use tho mildest term,-which has been, exercised, in the loading of vessels- at Newcastle, during the late Californian traffic,, some ships having been taken under the shoot »nd loaded, long before their proper " turn"' arrived, ami others refused a cargo altogether, for no rea- son, except the gratification of personal dislike, or tho attainment of private ends. Surely tl c Company's higher officers.should enquire into this petty jobbing. UTTERING &C,-A young man named Patrick Egan was yesterday apprehended on a charge-of tendering a promissory, noto for £33 12s. drawn by Mr. J. M. Cashman in favor of Mr. Andrew Lenehan, a member of the City Council, which is suspected to lmvo unlawfully como into his possosiou. Ho will bo brought up for examina- tion this morning.. GRAVES IN TnE BARRACK SQUARE.-The men at work in digging n foundation for ono ol' tho new buildings about to bo erect...