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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 April 1851

REMOVAL AND OPENING OF NEW r ?:. - -PREMISES, ON MONDAY, APRIL 7. * Ft. WOODS has the Measure now to ~# announce that he is removed from 289, to 270, Pitt-street, nearly opposite the pre mises lately in liis occupation. C While thankful to his numerous friends and the public generally fov their unbounded liberality in tiinea past, he ; still trusts that he shall obtain a -j continuation of their favour, as the house he has J removed to being very capacious, affords every facility for keeping a splendid assortment of Dra- P pery, which it shall ever be his care to keep replete r both in fashion and usefulness. ° The.remainder portion of his old stock, which he has lately been selling off at such reduced rates, ° will soon be cleared out at prices that will defy competition. ; . J. T. W. also begs leave to make known that it 13 his intention to keep a large and well selected stock of Woollen Goods, so that settlers and others may have clothing materials or garments made to g order, ch...

Publication Title: Freeman's Journal
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TOWN AGENCIES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 April 1851

TOWN AGENCIES. Subscriptions and Advertisements for The Freeman's Journal will be received by Mr. J. K. Heydon, King-street, Messrs. E. and D. M'Encroe, George-street, Mr. John CV:rew, corner of George and Goulburn-streets, Mr. P. Walsh, Parramatta street, and Mr. Thomas MeEncroc, Grocer, Sussex street. Market Wharf.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 April 1851

FLOOK-CLOTHS. |p| ABE'S '-Patent Floor-cloths, which are; Sl3l ee'ebrated ;for -superiority -to any others in the colony, in --reat v;iriety and of S'uperb designs suitHble':for rooiiis, luila. suJrs, -gigs, &c, on sale at . ili&NEHANS 'Upholstery and rFioor-clo. trEsUbiisbTOoni, ?-287, Ciiatlereagh'utM'er. . Spring'-Vans on'Hire'for iueremoval ofU*'unH tur ,'&o. ? ___: ? ~ST. MAUY'S X'HOKAL SOCIETY. AT a1 Special1 General Meeting iiefd on Tusd./y Evening, Eu'e-XIV-, pro viding f&r the adnrissionof Honorary Membtrs, was rcpeale*!. -T-he Committee wish'it to be imdersiood/tljereforp, that in fu.ure none but- Subscribe -s can be adnoiited at U»e ordinary .feting.. r ^ ^^ Hooor;ry5ectetaFy ;1 '?'' ?'-.''''' CONFECTIONARY* ; WHOLESALE AND RETATt, No. 151, GEORGE-STREET. SOUTH, Direcilyoppositedhe -Hqy Market. rf1 AND M. O'NEILL, in returniog | . © 'tbanik-s !to -their 'Friends for the very liberal support they have hitherto received, beg to announce that,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 April 1851

'? ' TO OUll SUBSCRIBERS. rThe Collector and Agents in Sydney for ;the ' Freeman's Journal ' will give receipts for all monies paid on account of this paper, signed by Mr. James Cosgrove, the Pub lisher. No other receipts will be acknow ledged. ? .'? . Country Agents are requested to demand a settlement of the sums due by Subscribers in their respective localities. Several are now owing — one, two, and even three quarters' subscription — contrary to the ex press terms of publication.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 April 1851

TKRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. The terms of subscription are Six-pence each number, 6s. per Quarter, or £1 4s. per annum, to - be paid in advance. TKK.M8 OF ADVERTISING. The terms of advertising are, for each insertion; — For the first inch -. * n For every additional inch - ' #h Advertisements must be forwarded to we Office, No. 70, Castlereagh street, not later than 4 p.m. on Wednesday. All orders for alterations must be sent by 2 p u. on Tuesday. It is necessary Advertisements should specify on them the number of insertions required, as otherwise they will con tinue to bo published until countermanded. Births, marriages, and deaths will be insertod on. the subjoined ierm9 j when forwarded Dv a *n, * i scriber, free ; non subscribers, the charge will oe* ? Printed and Published bV James Cosgrovb, foN*« ; Proprietors, at The Faer man's 3om'^JtC \ ing Office, No. 70, CnstlereBgh street South, m thtotty of Sydney, New South WideB,-Th««W' ; April 10/ 1851. - j I I

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AGENTS FOR THE FREEMAN'S JOURNAL. TOWN AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 April 1851

AGENTS FOR THE FREEMAN'S JOURNAL. TOWN AGENTS. Me. Daniel Donovan— King-street. Da. Yaughan— Miller's Point. Ma. M. Dalton— George-street South. Ma. Phillip Waish— Parramatta-street. Mr. Moleooney —South Head Road. COUNTRY AGENTS. Adelaide ? Mr. Michael D'Aecy. Appin — Mr. John Dwter. Bathurst— Mb. James S. Freeman. Belfast.— Mr. C. Middleton. Berrima— Mr T. D. O'Sullivak. Brisbane — Mr. Hatnes. Burigadore — Mr. John Dwter. Browlee— Mr. Edward KtrbY. Brisbane Water— Mr. Chas. Tueanob. Concord— Mr. John Clancy. Campbelltown — Mr. G. Plunkett. East Maitland — Mr. Thomas Ashtom. Geelong — Mr. John Mansfield. Goulburn-Mr. C. Fitzpatrick. Hartley — Mb. E. Moriarty. Ipswich. — Mr. Peter Dwyer. Jamberoo and Kiama Mr. Thomas Haul?. Kissing Point— Mr. James F. Stanley. Liverpool-r-Mr. Thomas Cahil. Launceston — Mr. James Madden. Maneroo. — Mr. Ddgald M' Donald, Cooma Melbourne-T-Messrs. CftEQiN and Mqore, Book* sellers. Newcastle, — Mr. John Roqees. Parramatta — Mr. John Joskph MuLLHOtLAHB.....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 April 1851

BIRTH. On Thursday, the 20th March, at her residence, Drayton, Darling Downs, Mrs. Stephen Mahon, of a daughter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 April 1851

WEDNESDAY, APKIIi '30. TO MERCHANTS, SHIPOWNEB8, AND CAPI TALISTS. CHOICE CITY PROPERTY AT MILLER'S POINT. With Dekp Water Frontage to Darling Harbour, between the Australian Agricultural Company's and Boyd's late Wharf, and between Woolstone Cottage (occupied by John Lane, Esq.) and the residence of J. Comrie, Esq , IN CROWN-STREET, To be sold afc Auction, BY MR. SAMUEL LYONS, At his Mart, On WEDNESDAY, 30th instant, At eleven o'clock precisely, in . ] Q. SPACIOUS ALLOTMENTS, as per v Plan, to be on view at the Auctioneer's. Title- A Grant from th« Crown. QUIT-RENT REDEEMED. Mr. SAMUEL LYONS has been honoured with instructions to dispose of this highly valuable Pro perty , which occupies a most favourable site for Build ing, being a retired and pleasant spot for residence. The CROWN-STREET ALLOTMENTS are in a much admired and elevated position, while the whole of them command a delightful view of the Harbour, and are immediately opposite Balmain and the Balmain road. THE AREA OP TH...

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EMIGRATION AND LABOUR. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 April 1851

EMIGRATION AND LABOUR. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.} Gentlemen, — As the subject of Emigration and: Labour is exciting much attention at the present, moment, and I think deservedly so, it may not be amiss in those who think they can throw any light on this important subject, to offer a few remarks through your columns to those who feel an interest in the present 'arid future welfare of this great colony. No doubt the subject must be ultimately settled by our Legislature, and perhaps the follow ing plan may not be unworthy .of the notice of the members of Council. First — Let commissioners be appointed at honw ^o ma,ke a judicious selection of men and women - intending to emigrate under the age of forty year*. Secondly— Let those approved enter into an agree ment to serve one, two, three, or four years, at a fair rate of wages, with those willing to employ , them for that period. Let the employers pay tjs» the Government their Dassaire monev to the colony on their landin...

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JURIES—THEIR ERRORS AND DEFECTS. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 April 1851

JURIES — THEIR ERRORS AND DEFECTS, (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) Gentlemen, — The most perfect code of laws that human wisdom could devise would be of no avail to the public weal, if not faithfully and discreetly administered. There is nothing therefore, that calls more loudly for the vigilance of the public press than the proceedings of our Courts of law. No Jeffries, in the latter times could defile the judgment-seat. The days of political judges are ended. Even in that land of political anomalies, Ireland, whatever dissatisfaction the issue of legal proceedings may excite, the honour and. recti tude of the. judges, thanks to the ' Fourth Estate' ' There is, however, another very important party t^ the issue of proceedings in the Courts of law, who are equally amenable to the bar of public opinion, for their errors and imperfections. Juries, no less than judges require the freest animadversion on their conduct, on the part of the public press. . A short time since you...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. ( To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 April 1851

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. ( To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal. J Gentlemen,— I beg to forward to you for insertion in your journal an account of the Industrial Exhi bition held at Montreal. It is copied from the Illustrated 1,/jndon News of November 28, 1850. I hope it will check the slighting Pooh, poohs ! with which the proposition for ' the great Australian Exhibition' has been met in a few quarters, and tend to increase the interest and activity with which it has been received by others. X remain your obedient servant, :, HENRY G.DOUGLAS. April 9. GREAT I VmjSTRTAL EXHIBITION, AT MONTREAL. A very interesting class of contributions to the Great Exhibition of the Industry of all Nations, to be held next year, is promised from Canada, where a commission has been issued under the great seal of .'the province to. conduct a 'Provincial Exhibi tion' at' Montreal, with a view to the solution of articles (Canadian production) for transmission to the mother country. The sum of ,?£200...

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GREAT MEETING IN MAYO. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 April 1851

GREAT MEETING IN MAYO. \firom tlis Dublin Freeman's Journal) ? iue to its character— ever foremost in the cause « wligion and country— Mayo has taken the initia te in replying to the insolent and intolerant letter Li? i ? em!er» and biddi»g defiance to those ram P»« bigots m England who now clamour for a re S£fnt?f the Penal laws. A gi eat meeting, to 2«nn\ * P''!rfl-les of religious freedom, and »«'uunn the sense ess am*™'* «f fimsf;^™ ™.j,;«i, *,..«, iVe tnZ !? n England, was held on Monday, in tii™ Cawlebar; and, whether we consider enthm?« v 61? P1'.°sent- ()r the earnestness and Sd« 8playe(l On the occasion- * must b« worthv Af X a most iniP»rtunt demonstration, well «Z\l, o? ?HUSe a'd of the country. . A requi re r;V,-y-'pvmr-ls -)f two lundred of the 'reat 2 table ''habitants of Mavo— including a Sy ^''f *? Catholic ClergV and the two H^iLlPiKSentatlVes-hadbeen Resented to the AMhiXln re(lu?stlnff him to convene a meeting WmplyS^S but«^t functionary declined to ?fcouie of Cas...

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TUESDAY. The SPRAKER took the chair at half-pase three. VOTE BY BALLOT. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 April 1851

TUESDAY. The Speaker took the chair at halfrpasc throe. VOTE BY BALLOT. Mr. Wkstcarth presented a petition in favour ?£ Vote by Ballot, from Bulla BullaV The Colonial Secr'etaxt opposed .the motion, which was then put and negatived. BOyNDAEY LINK UETWKEN NKW SOUTH ?»rALB3 AND VICTORIA. Mr.' Wkstgartfi moved fora return of the cor respondence relating to the boundary line between t'le. Sydney and Port Phillip districts, The inotioa was negatived by a majority ol four, O.TX' KATES BILL. Mr. Wentwoktu moved for leave to bring in the Bill, rendered necessary by the gross neglect of the City O.mncil. Mr. Donaldson rejoiced that the City Council had got into Ja nx^ and saw no reason why the House should bedetaincd to patch up their blunders. The Attorxbk-Gisneral thought the City Council ought to be punished for their neglect, but if' this Bill waa not passed the citizens would S-..1F r. '.?'? ; T e motion was passed, 'and the Bill, hariugbeen i-siid the first time, was ordered to be read...

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EPITOME OF HOME NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 April 1851

EPITOME OF HOMti NEWS. The no Popery Crt.— A great -effort 'is now being made to aiouse a latent intolerance of tha masses because Dr. Wiseman has been privileged to* wear scarlet hose, and because h»s Holiness the Pope has t»ken the map of England and marked epLcopal districts on it. The whole of thedaily London press, - with one exception, has raised the no. popery cry '; and that solitary exception, the Globe, dare do no more than hint at the harmlessneos of the prooeeding. joining ai tne same time m conuemnaiiuii ui paptu presumption. They all seem to forget that, in their indignatiou, they ate straining at a gnat and BwaK K.wing a camel. In lroland the Catholic and Prp»:v testant Bishops preside over nearly the same dioceses, ..? . nominally and geographically identical ; and, a» Lord Clarendon salutes Dr. Murray, in Dublin, a*' his Grace tha ArohbiBhip, it would be pure fastidi ousness in Lord John Russell to cut Dr. Wiseman,, in London, because the same authority wh\ch con*. ...

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Domestic intelligence. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 April 1851

Bonw$tit SntelUgence. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY. The Speaker took the Chair at twenty minutes; past three. NEW MEMBER. Richard Jones, Esq., took the usual oaths and his seat. PETITION. Mr. Westgartji presented a petition from Port Phillip, praying that the principle of election by ballot might be adopted with reference to that district. — Received. IMMIGRAT10H DEPARTMENT. Mr. Nichols moved, pursuant to notice, that the address of which he had given notice be presented - to his Excellency the Governor, praying that his Excellency will be pleased to cause certain returns: to be laid upon the table. He had applied for these returns, because the public ought to know what the expenses of immigration really were. The general opinion was: that' this. department was productive of injury rather than good. Mr. Dangar seconded the motion. The Colokiai, Secretary would not oppose the motion, as the public had a right to full and accu rate information as to every department of expen diture. Af...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. LETTER FROM THE REV. MR. BENNETT TO LORD JOHN RUSSELL. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 April 1851

MmeUaneom nxitiam. LETTER FROM THE REV. MR. BEN NETT TO LOUD JOHN RUSSELL. (From the Catholic Standard.) The Rev. W. J. E. Bennett, of M. Paul'e Knightsbridge, has published a pamphlet under the title of 'A First Letter to the Right Hon. Lord John Russell, M.P., on the present Persecution of a certain Portion of the English Church/' from which we 'make the following extracts. Mr. Bennett commences by complaining bitterly, of the interruptions and disturbances to which his congregation has been subjected for several Sundays, and proceeas thus : — ' It is time, indeed, my lord, when a congregation of Christian worshippers is obliged to have detective police within th*e walls of their Church to keep order, and a body \of one hundred constables without, to keep an unruly mob from bursting in and violating the Lord's sanctuary ; when, in their attendance at divine service, the parishioners come in and go out in actual bodily fear ; when the residence of a simple inoffensive clergyman is ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 April 1851

TO CORRESPONDENTS. In orde? to save time, trouble, and postage, we propose to' acknowledge the receipt of money letters in this part of oar paper. Received from J. 0. S-, Goulburn .. £l 12 0 ,, L. F.. Bathurst ..360 „ W L, Delinquin ..070 „ J. J. M., Panamatta 3 11 0 „ J. H., Jamberoo ... 0 18 0

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SANITARY PROCEEDINGS OF THE CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 April 1851

SANlTAiiY PROCEtDiMCi^ OF THE CITY COUNCIL. [The following article was in type last week and ommitted for want of room.] On every previous occasion this sage body has neutralized the endeavours of Dr. Tier ney and the Board of Health, to accomplish, some practical good ; and at.tbe last meeting the persevering Dr. would, but for the sup port of Mr. Councilor Ryan, have been ' left alnne in his orlorv.' The proposition brought before the Coun cil was very, simple and reasonable — ' 18; That as much of the Sewerage Act as it is within the power of tkis Council to enforce through the agency of its officers, be immediately brought into active operation, more especially the 19th clause having reference to a very important-portion, of the. contemplated sanitary measures. To enablo the public to comprehend more clearly the object in view, w« subjoin the clause referred to — «XIX. And be it enacted, That, fourteen days at the least before beginning to dig or lay out the foundation of or for...

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PROBABLE EFFECT OF STRINGENT MEASURES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 April 1851

PROBABLE EFFECT OF STRINGENT MEASURES. (From ike Brighton Herald. ) If, whilst the country is in this feverish state, a general election should follow the defeat of ministers, no man living can tell what the consequences would be. The Ca tholic would be contending, as it were, in a matter of life rind death against Protestant, senters, worked up as they would be, pro bably, by popular preachers nnd speakers, would make desperate efforts against both. I his is a question it will be well for all mo derate men to consider, for t'.ie peace and union of the United Kingdom may be deeply involved in it. Ireland has her millions of Catholics ; there are some in the Highlands of Scotland ; very many more in England — particularly in Lancashire, Yorkshire, and the metropolis. Many of our colonies teem with Catholics. Lower Canada contains few others. There are many Roman Catholie Bishops and their flocks in Upper Canada, Halifax, New Brunswick, Prince Edward's Island, Newfoundland, Australia,...

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THE FORTHCOMING EXPOSITION OF COL NIAL INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 17 April 1851

THE FORTHCOMING EXPOSITION OF COL NIAL INDUSTR¥. What are the . Australian Society about ? We know that they have taken in band the management of the forthcoming exposition of colonial industry and colonial reseurces. We know also that one of their number, Dr. Douglass, has been most indefatigable in getting up Ward Committees and getting in subscriptions. But we hear nothing definite as to the actual progress which has been made in this work, or as to the arrangement for the exhibition itself. ? We are yet in the dark, too, not only as to the proposed classification of exhibited articles, but as to the place and the mode of exhibiting. Whether the event in October is to be a mere gathering together of manu factures and specimens for purposes of dis play, or is to be in the nature of a bazaar for the sa'e of them, are also points un determined as far as the public are'eon cerned. ; At one of the Ward Meetings a suggestion was made which the directors of this impor tant matter will d...

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