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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR JULY, 1850. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 25 July 1850
CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR JULY, 1850. 25 Th St. Jaine?, ap. d. 2nd olaas. 26 F Sc Anne, mother of B. V M., d m. 27 Sat Office of B. V.M.,insab. 28 S 10-h after Pent., s.d. 29 M So. Martha, v. s.d. 30 ? Tu St. Nazariua and Companions, mm. (28 fch huj.j. -fr. 31 W I St. Ignatius', covf. d.
EDUCATION. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 25 July 1850
EDUCATION. r (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.), gentlemen, — In the second number or your new and. much desiderated journal, there appeared a most interesting extract from the Rambler, exposing the impracticability of the schame for non religious education. It had reference to the plan of the Godiess Irish CollegeSj'and of course to an advanced class of students. To me, however, and I doubt not to many others, its illustrationsap peared to involve principles which do as clearly and decidedly pro nounce against theadoption, in primary schools, of a similar godless plan, commonly known by the name of the National System. Even more emphatically do they condemn the unwise and cruel exposure of our children, to influences ot evil which, under that system, can by no contrivance be rendered innoxious, even to pupils whom in tiea»cu Jiiiuwicuge anu gi faier uiuepenuenue oi muuguu unywi ap pear in some degree to arm against them. I hope that many will study that paper with as much p...
TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 25 July 1850
TO SUBSCRIBERS. Mr. John Derepa& is authorised to collect sub scriptions for ' The Freeman's Journal' in Sid ney and its vicinity, and to give Receipts, signed by J. Moore, the Publisher, for all monies paid to him. THE THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1850. 'In Necessariis- Unitas, in Dubiis Lihertas^ in Omnihus Charitas.'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 25 July 1850
PREVENTION OF FRAUP. fipHE Undersigned has the sincerest pleasure in be JL able to apprise the public of New South Wai that the Right Honorable Earl Grey, her Majesty's Secretary State for the Colonies, has been pleased, at the instance of Profe* Holloway, to instruct the Local Government of this colony take measures for protecting the inhabitants of the territory agai the counterfeiting of Holloway's Medieines ; that, in conforn with suoh instructions, his Excellency the Governor has caused BRITISH STAMPS BILL to be introduced into the Legislative Counpil ; and that the Rep sentatives of the People, by passing the measure without a Bin dissentient voice, have adopted the views of the Imperial Gove meat. Under the provisions of this law it will in future be A FELONY to counterfeit the Stamps affixed to the valuable medicaments p pared by Professor Holloway ; but, in order to make 'assurai doubly sure,' Mr. Holloway has, at considerable expenise, caus the PamfrMet of Directions that ...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 25 July 1850
TO CORRESPONDENTS. AH letters and communications to the Editors and the Publisher must be prepaid. It is necessary that the writers of all communications should furnish the Editors with their real names and address. Although this information is not required for publication, it is requisite as a guarantee of their being genuine.
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 25 July 1850
SYDNEY MARKETS. The prevalence of wet weather during the past week has caused an almost perfect stagnation of business, and what little has been transacted has been only in such articles as the daily consumption of them renders imperatively necessary. The supply of Wheat has been very scanty in the market. Through bad roads very little arrived inland, and from the prevalence of contrary winds leas reached Sydney coats wise. All however that came to market was of fine quality, and was bought by the millers, at an average of 4s. 3d. per bushel. Flour and biscuit remain as last quoted. Cattle and sheep still continue very scarce, owing to tne state ot tne roads. Beasts of inferior quality have sold at 35s. and sheep far from first-rate, at 6s. per head. Pigs for salting continue in de~ mand, at from 2d. t» 2fd. per lb. In horse stock scarcely any business has been doing. The only other market calling for notice is that of fuel. Although the miners have resumed work coal is still excess...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 1 August 1850
PREVENTION OF FRAUD. ... , t ???:? ?' r_ ? ? ? ? r rglHE Undersigned has the sincerest pleasure in being JL able to apprise the public of New South Wales, jj that the Right Honorable Earl Grey, her Majesty's Secretary of State for the Colonies, has been pleased, at the instance. of Professor _ Holloway, to instruct the Local Government of this colony to take measures for protecting the inhabitants of the territory against the counterfeiting of Hollowaj's Medicines ; that, in conformity with such instructions, his Excellency the Governor has caused the BRITISH STAMPS BILL i to be introduced into the Legislative Council ; and that the Repre sentatives of the People, by passing the measure without a single I dissentient voice, have adopted the views of the Imperial Govern- A merit. E Under the provisions of this law it will in future be S A FELONY 5 to counterfeit the Stamps affixed to the valuable medicaments pre- ^ pared by Professor Holloway ; but, in order to make 'assurance ^ doub...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 1 August 1850
THURSDAY, AUGUST 1. . VALUABLE LAND IN THE TOWN OF KTAMA. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, v1 BY MR. SAMUEL LYONS, At his Mart, ' ' THIS DAY, AUGUST 1. At 11 o'Clock precisely. O ACRES 2 ROODS,nearKiama, suburban allotments No. 2 of section No. 22 in Norman-str«et. 2 ACRES 2 ROODS, No. 3 of section No. 22, at the corner of Norman-street and Thomson-street. 3 ACRES ditto ditto, suburban allotment, No. 1 of section No. 37, at the corner of Brown and Minumurra-stroets. 3 ACRES, ditto ditto, No. 2 of section No. 31, at the corner of Gipps and Hothershall-atreets. *#* These allotments were selected by the late Mr. John Coyle, with much prudence. Title free from incumbrances, and to be seen on application to Messrs. Dunsmure and Longmore, Solicitors. ? Terms at Sale. SEVENTY-TWO PACKAGES ~~~ OP FANCY GOODS, DRAPERY, HOSIERY, HABERDASHERY, AND SLOPS. EX SUMNER. DAVID JONES AND COMPANY have the pleasure to state that the above seasonable and most attractive lot of Goods are being fast landed, and wil...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 1 August 1850
IMPOUNDING S. Bin along. — From the run of W. Broughton, Esq., Bendinine. July 13 : —Yellow bullock, WO on off rump, blotch or scar on ribs nearside. Red and white stag, top off right ear, illegible brand with 8 over 8 off shoulder. Strawberry heifer, WB off rump. Red yearling heifer, illegible brand off rump and ribs. Black and white yearling heifer, PH off thigh. If not claimed to be sold on the 6th August; damages 3d. per head. T. Colter. 10s. 9d. Pitt Town,— From Pitt-town Bottoms. July 14 :— Bay horse, apparently WLon off shoulder, and a brand on the near shoulder illegible, one white heel behind, star on forehead, and white snip on the nose, long tail, three years old, fourteen and a half hands high ; damages, 6d. If not released on or before the 16th August he will be. sold. W. Thompson. 9s. 3d. Wee Waa. — From Wee Waa. July 26 :— Yellow-sided cow, CC with C over off rump, WK with 3 under near rump. Red bul lock, off ear marked, M with B under off ribs, B off rump. If not rel...
LITERATURE. REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 1 August 1850
LSTERilTXmE. REVIEW. (From the Tablet.) Ballads, Poems, and Lyrics, Original and Translated : By Dennis Florence McCarthy. Dublin : M'Glashan. This is a book we have long wished for, and we are delighted that it comes in so acceptable a shape. These beautiful ballad^ and lyrics, the production of a genuine Irish poet, loudly demanded to be gathered together from the scattered pages of magazines and periodicals, and presented to the public in an enduring form. And in the first place, all praise is due to the publisher, for the externals of the book, vying, as it does, in excellence of type and paper, with the best productions of the great disciple of Aldus himself. It has been long a favourite opinion of ours to agree with Coleridge in reckoning harmony the essence of poetry. Not novelty of thought, but the power to give us back again the common feelings of our nature, elevated, purified, and expressed in direct and musical language, is the qualification of the poet. And this truth i...
SWITZERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 1 August 1850
SWITZERLAND. We read 'in the Observaieur de Geneve that the Provost of the Congregation of Canons Regular of St. Bernard has made a last and melancholy protest to the government, of the Valais, against the seizure and sale of the property of the Hospice St. Bernard, and that of the Simplon. We know of no more ivicKed act that the KadicaJs have done than this spoliation, or one which public opinion in this day, and history, our successor in the future, will regard with more profound indignation. The Swiss Radicals have it all their own way now. They drive out Sisters of Charity at midnight ; they sack the pious foun dations which, here in England, we never read a single - writer of any party who did not praise. At sperate Deosmemores fandi atque nefandi. The effect of Radical government on the property of the country may be judged- of from the fact, that the College of Friburg, which, upon the overthrow of the Sonder bundj had 700 students* now has but nineteen*
COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 1 August 1850
HO ASTERS OTTTWARBS. July 27.— Catherine, 26, Nicholson, for Twofold Bay ; Mary Ann, 16, Farrier, for Brisbane Water; Cygnet, 20, West, for Newcastle ; Maria Prudeuce, 26, Augusta, for Wollongong : Cur-: rency Lass, 20, llingland,for Pambula ; Newport Packet, 10, Nor man, for Brisbane Water ; Young Billy, 18, Carbus, for the Hawkes bury; Victory, 19, Fiaher, for Brisbane Water; Rose, steamer, 172, Harding, for Morpeth. July 29,— Plover, 6, Roller, for Brisbane Water ; Lapwing, 20, ? CresBwell, for Shoalhaven ; Ruth, 15, Wells, for Pitt Water; Elizabeth, 36, Tyrell ; William, 21, Damon ; Chance, 38, House; Clarissa, 60, Campbell; Catherine, 16, Rowing;. Brothers, 27, M'Cauley; and Maitland, steamer, 104, Paine, for Newcastle; Thistle, steamer, 127, Mulhall, for Morpeih. Wreck.— The Ehenezer brings intelligence of the total wreck of the Lady Howden. brig, Captain Chalk, bound from San Francisco for Sydney, on the morning of the 28th May, having run on Coral reefs, off the Feegees. All...
SWEDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 1 August 1850
SWEDEN. Conversions in Sweden. — Hammersmith, Feb. 12, 1350. — To the Editor of the Tablet. — Sir,—' Some time back I mentioned in the Tablet the case of a female of Stockholm who was under prosecution by the con sistorv for having entered within the pale of Holy Church. You will be happy to hear that the prosecu tion has at length been abandoned, and that in conse quence a large number of proselytes has already ceceded, and that fresh ones are constantly presenting them selves.' My informant further says : — ' Schisms are preparing on every side in the Established (Lutheran) Church. All these parties are interested in favour of religious liberty, which all appear to desire, and which therefore cannot be far distant.' I thought this might perhaps be interesting news to many of your readers, and this must be my apology for trespassing upon your columns,— Yours, very truly, A. D. Wackerbarrth.
COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 1 August 1850
COASTERS INWARDS. July 27.— Trial, 23, Bamford, from Newcastle ; Cygnet, 29, g| West, from Newcastle ; Victory, 19, Fisher, from Brisbane Water ; | Young Billy, 18, Carbuss, from the Hawkesbury ; Gitana, 13, M Foater, from Brisbane Water ; Newport Packet, 10, Norman, from g Brisbane Water ; Maria Prudence, 26, Augusta, from Wollongong ; | Plover, 9, Wells, from Pittwater ; Mary Ann, 16, Farrier, from M BriBbane Water ; Maitland, steamer, 104, Paine, from Morpeth ; M Brothers, 27, M'Cauley, from Morpeth ; Thistle, steamer, 127, M Mulhall, from Morpeth ; Anna Maria, 49, Bonny, from Newcastle ffi Rose of Eden, 50, Barnett, from the M4Leay River. g July 29.— William, 21, Damon, from Newcastle; Jenny Lind, m 33, Farnsworth, from Newceatle ; June Williams, 33, Louther, K from Newcastle ; Chance, 38, House, from Newcastle ; Catherine, M 16, Rowling, from Newcastle ; Coroline, 29, Craigie, from New- B oaBtle ; Elizabeth, 36, Tyrell, from Newcastle. M
WEST INDIES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 1 August 1850
WEST INDIES. The, war between the Dominicans and Haytians pro ceeds vigorously. The invading fleet have captured that of Mayti, The imperial treasury appears to be nearly empty ; for the Emperor Soluque having ordered about four thousand muskets from the United States, an American vessel conveyed them to Port-au-Prince : but on her arrival there, it was found that the Haytiaa government had not the means of paying for them. The captain of the vessel then took them to St. Thomas. As soon as the Dominican government was informed of this circumstance, a purchase was immediately effected ; and we now have the four thousand muskets in our possession. Soluque has, therefore, had the mortification of having ordered weapons to be turned against himself. — Liver- pool Journal. ?
Shipping Intelligence, ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 1 August 1850
£t)iwug MteiiiQmttt ARRIVALS. July 27.— Shamrock, steamer, 200 tons, Captain bilmore, from. Launceston, the 18th, Melbourne the 24th, and Twofold Bay the July 27.— Santipore, barque, 5,15 tons, Captain Robertson, from Port Phillip the 21st instant. , . July 28.- Prince of Wales, brig, Captain Hughes, from Port Phillip 22nd, and Circular Head 24th instant. July 28.— Wild Irish Girl, brig, 125 tons, Captain Stanes, from Adelaide the 20th instant. ., , .. July 29.— Oliver Cromwell, ship, 478 tons, Captain Alexander* from Glasgow the 17th April. , Julv 29 — Juatinai, Dutch barque, 235 tons.'Captain Pace, from Adelaide the 20th July. July 29.— Diana, ship, 574 tons, Captain Fletcher, from the Downs, the 23rd March. * July 30.— Tippoo Saib, ship, 1022 tons, Captain Morphen, from Plymouth the 8th April, Passengers Dr. Church and wife. Mr. Jackson, and 249 emigrants. # July 30.— Nautilus, barque, 191 tons, Captain Dryden, from Hokiange, the 10 th J.uly. . July 30.— Monarch, barque, 315 tons...
BRIEF OF THE POPE TO M. DE MONTALEMBERT. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 1 August 1850
BRIEF OF THE POPE TO M. DE MONTALEMBERT. 'PIUS, P.P., IX. *? Dear and noble Son, Health and Apostolical Bene diction. From the very beginning of those disturbances, by which the civil principality of this Apostolic £ee was miserably vexed, prudent as you are, dear and noble son, and quick of discernment, you foresaw how detrimental ?it would be to the whole Christian commonwealth, if the patrimony of the Roman Church, the common Mother of all, were noc defended against the rebels, for the mainte nance of the dignity and liberty of the Roman Pontiff, hurtful as it is to none, and was not protected from in jury and calumnies. Which persuasion, in the midst of that mighty convulsion of affairs and times in your country, that illustrious man, Alfred de Falloux, did beyond others study to retain, according to his .excellent obedience to our most holy religion, and our supreme dignity, and for that reason justly do we say and proclaim that he, like yourself, has deserved full well (prcecl...
NEWS GLEANINGS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 1 August 1850
xnsws CLEANINGS OF THE WEEK. A man of the name of Buckland, well known about M.lier's Point, died a few days since at the advanced age of 100 years and 44 days —The inhabitants of Geelong had agreed to a petition to ^ the Legislative Council, praying postponement of Mr. Moor's Church Bills.-The expense of capturing lour prisoners, who escaped from Van Dieraans' Land to South Australia, amounted to £450 10s. 2d. —A monthly literary publication, under the title 6T the Australian Era, is announced for publication to-day.- A person of the name of Graham, a grocer in King-street, on Monday attempted to destroy himself by discharging a loaded pistol at his head. Fortu-. nately for him, through his hand shaking, the direction of the aim was diverted, and the shut, after partly destroying the ear, entered the head a little above it, but inflicting merely a skm wound.
Ceclesiastical Intelligence CONVERSION OF DR. PUSEY'S GOVERNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 1 August 1850
-®tcle&ia&tital Intelligence. CONVERSION OF DR. PUSEY'S GOVERNESS. A correspondent of a contemporary journal publishes a letter, from which the following are extracts (we quote from the Church and State Gazette) : — ' In a former letter I stated how the Rsv. W. Perceval Ward had fallen in with the daughters of the late Rev. H. D. Leeves, agent to the British and Foreign Bible Society, and Chaplain to the British Minister at Naples, who, with their widowed mother, were returning to England to arrange their private affairs; that their reverend per verter alienated their minds to Tractarianism, and intro duced them in England to that partv whose high place was and is Margaret-street Chapel, and by whom their education was conductsd on their way to Rome : that so secret, deceptive, and planned was the whole transaction, that the widowed mother was one day astonished at a visit from Dr. Pusey, who came to obtain her consent to the eldest daughter's accepting the office of...
Domestic Intelligence. DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. THURSDAY. Before W. H. KERR, Esq., Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 1 August 1850
Bomz&tit frttelUgntc*. DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. THURSDAY. Before W. H. Krrr, Esq., Chief Commissioner of Insolvent TCstates. In the estate' of Henry Terry Sheldon, a special meeting, for the trustees to resign was held. In the estate of Thomas Marrs, a certificate meeting was held, and the certificate applied for was granted. In the estate of William Hipkins, a certificate meeting : adjourned to the 29th instant. uofnAV In the estate of William Aird, a second meeting was held ; and in the estate of Alfred Slaughter, a first meeting, but at neither was any creditor present. TUESDAY. In the estate of Alfred Slanghter, a second meeting was held, and the following claims proved : David Jones and Co., £45 4s. 2d.: Thomas Taylor, £289-1 Is. 2d,; when the meeting was adjourned to this day. WEDNESDAY. Before his Bonor Mr. Justice Dickinson. Confirmation of Certificates.— On the motion of the Chief Commissioner the certificates granted to Thomas Marrs and Willam Newlands were...