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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 15 March 1851
^HIPPING INTELLIGENCE, DBPARTUREß,. March Ht^Fortnnio, U, 'S.,brjg, ,202, ^onp, Oaptain Hasty, for San Prançisçô. i P&s&%foi&f, Mr. and Mrs. H. ' SimoWa?- Mr.'jlflk-l^dMaV,1 Hiss Symond*, Mr. Sullivan;'í'Misís ÎÎ.'"À^Elshër, Edward and Ann Castle, Eilward:^Hl¡í,J EUén Kennedy, M. Kennedy,- Mifyf.;ilo^ Johnson Mary Stignig arid1 ^çhlid, I0átíd'"'Paul-'
CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 15 March 1851
CLEARANCES.4 "f1',' March 14.-"Saint George,' sliip,'"6Ö5.ion8, jCftp Jones, for London. Passengers-Mr. and .¿Mrs. .Tanner, Mr. and Mrs. Pettigrew, Mr. Dyaiits, Mr«. Allfonl, Mr. Lawson, Mrs. and Miss Smith. March 14.-William, brig, 121tons, Captain Coffey, fur Launceston. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs.'Gibson, and two children, Miss Hoblyn, Mr. Patrick Tyne, J. Edward*, and R. Evans.
INSOLVENT COURT. FRIDAY, MARCH, 14. Before the Chief Commissioner. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 15 March 1851
I NS O L V K N 'I' COURT. FRIDAY, MARCH, 14. " ' ' Before tin« Chief Utmimiswtonev. Tn tho pilule of' Wicks Norton, n fiin^lo meotincr. V.jj;htcluiiiH Mort! pruvt'tl, amounting' to ,Ll\'¿ 1 Jd. ïhii iu.-olu'tit. wa« allowed lita lamil w *0&lt;1 «oaiiin> appnivl ; tho ri'inuimU'r ut* ibo usauU vrertf oruVriMl to bu sold. Tn the estate of David Griffith Jones, an ad- journed second meeting, one witness was examined mid tins meeting- forthwith adjourned till Tuesday next. In the estate of Charles Appleton, an adjourned meeting fur certificate. Tlie insolvent was ex- amined at- considerable length, and the meeting' wad adjourned till this forenoon. MEETINGS FOU TO-DAY. William Leu, HU adjourned single meeting, at 11 o'clock : Alexander Donaldson Kellie, a specinl meeting, to decide upon oiler of composition. MKKTl.NUS Kl!« TO-MORROW". John Raft* r, u special meeting at 11 o'clock. Thomas Walton, iv special mteting, at hui I-pus t 11 o'clock. John Kennedy, an adjourned single ...
ADELAIDE GRAIN AND FLOURMARKET. Feb, 21 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 15 March 1851
ADELAIDE GRAIN AND ELOURMATïKET. Ivb. 2J 18/5J. Wheat, 4â. 3d.-4s. 4d. per bushel j'or several loads oi' wheat of n quality lor seed -hus been paid during the last week. ', Flour (now), £11 'Pollard, Is. 2d. Ditto (oldJ, £11 10s. English harley, 5s. Oats, 4s. Cape ditto, 4s.. Bran, la. 2d.
GEELONG MARKETS. Corrected up to Saturday, 1st March. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 15 March 1851
GEELONG MARKETS.. Corrected uv to Saturday, }nt March, Wheat, per bushel-white Cs. to Cs.. Gd , red .Cs. Gd. to-Cs. ; oats, per do-4s. Cd. to 5s., V. T). Land, 5s. Cd. .; flour nt ' the mill, first quality il?; seconds do., £1G, inferior .£15; potatoes per ton, ¿SC ; hay per ton, £7 to £i> ; pressed do., £10 ; butter fresh, none ;- ditto potted per lb ls. 4d. ; cheese per lb 7d. ; barn, English I Od. ;eggs 'por dozen ls 4d.; tea-Congou, per chest, £4 to £4 4> ; ditto ration doy none ; ditto Ilysonskin, :£5 5s. ; sugar, Mauritius ration,. £24 per ton : ditto, medium quality; £23-; grocers' ditto, £24 I Os. ; loaf sugar,'. wbólesalé,':per ' owt/, "English" 42s., colonial 40s. ;. tobacco, Ju^bpud, per lb. 2s. to 3s. : hardwood, quaritnnng, jpis'fs, Cs. to 8s. Gd. ; flooring boards,;-9 s. '!to"(üfllsi."; %)ad- paling,.per LOO, 5-feet, 10s. to/U^d^^littp,. 6-feet," 11s to.l,2s, 3d. ; shingTeaj'.per. lO'QOi!Ssl. to Os. ; bricks,, per 1000 ut \i\\n, Ùtis -.yicfària Colonist, 3rd .Mar...
SETTLERS' WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 15 March 1851
SETTLERS' WHOLESALE PRICK CURRANT. Wheat-Ta in demand, priced varying from 5s. Gd. to Gs. 3d. per bushel Flour-lunn in prices, tine .£15 and seconds £14 per ton Maize-Good old maize is worth 3s. Gd. per bushel, new ditto, 3*. to 3s. 3d. English Harley-In demand, if free from woovul Cape ditto-Saleable for shipment Hay-Varies from £3 to £3 10s. per ton Uniter-Sells readily at from ls. to ls. 2d. per lb. \ . "'" Cheese-Scarce, and in demand Uncoil and Hams-.Very saleable, and in demand Egiis-Are selling at from 10d. to lld. per dozen Pat Pigs-Small size in good condition are very ', snleablo i" Calves-Nominal i" Sheep-Are plentiful, .but prime ones will j sell " :" Bullocks-Very primo ones only arc saleable Tallow-ls in demand, very little ottering for j sale . ? . , . Hidey-Well cured, and largo sizes, sell readily \ nt ld. per lb. , Tobacco-Sales improving, und priées steady. . 11ENU,Y FF.Itllíñ, , QoMiiusxioii Agent,,. , Pitl-streel. Sydney, Mureil,-í:í', j ¿OÍ. ,
MORT AND BROWN'S PRODUCE SALE. Thursday, March 13th, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 15 March 1851
I MORT AND BROWN'S PRODUCE SALK, Tlmr-iJuv, Murri) 13d», 1*61, -^ TM-], prense, BX, lö baleswool, 7*1, f lot Sj Bkip, JW, 3 bale*, ) li!, 5 Un 4, JK over M, .24 bales bales 1». OJtK : lot 5, IIB coujimie'd; 23 joules ls. If,]. ; Jot 6, locks, LL, Í) hales, ,0s. 1 ; lot 7, BAH 24 bales,;is.,2}il. ; lot .8. skin, FW2 bales, ls. ld. ; lot 9. TD, 3 ?balfe*¡li. ld. ; lot 10, skin, KW, 1 bale 1OK : loti ll, LL. 1 hale, U. OÍd. ; lot 12, V in :dis[i>c»nd, 24 bales, 1*. 3hi. ; lot 13. skin, T tricjngle, 4 hairs, Os. 1Ï J&lt;l. ; lot. 14, ski». O, 2 bales 101.; lot 15, sk-n. II, 2 »mles, ls. lid,; I"1 1«, C&W, J4 bale», ls. 3^1.; lot 17, black mid locks, AB conjoined, 2 balee,. ,9Ad. j lot 18- linndvvashed skins, T & Co:, 4 bales 10|.l.; lot 19, gréas*», T & Co., 4 bales, 6|l.'¿. 20, banihvasheil skin, FS, 6 bales, ls. l&d..; lot 21, JS, B nuder, 29 bales, I«. 2fd. ; lot 22, grease, CxC, (j bale«, ß}il. : lot. 23, CxC, 13 bales, 1«. 2J.1. ; lot 24,'...
PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 15 March 1851
PRODUCE CIRCULAR. Referring to last week's report of my auation j sales of wool beiug equal to former rates, with animated bidding, caused by the expectations of arise.in price at tho November sales in London ; it!is'satisfactory to state that the opinion of jucli .oijotis buyers has been fully borne out by the news . received'ex Thomas Arbuthnot. The-opening of tile November ¿¡ales show a rise in price of Jd.. ,per lb., with tho very best prospects of a «till farther advance. ÎThe result of this week's transaction in wool dcb have beeu nearly all by the hammer, 'show ' i advance £ to l$d. per. lb., on last weekes prices. Tallow. Hides, and Sheepskins, '.continue . ih;: ni ted supply, and extremo - prices , aro readily'^ rta i hod'. -. .. The'following arc particulars of my sale, of tiol by auction, yesterday :-Lot,1, OY, 19 bales, , lfî^tî>;" lot. 2* JF, 51 bales, bonght in, sold nfter ,v!ardsat 15¿il ?; lot 3, OMS, scoured, 5 bales, ; ifc.Vi. ; lot 4, P over P, groasv,. '3 bali...
EARL EITZWILLIAM AND FREE TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 15 March 1851
KARL EITZWILLIAM AND FREE TRADE. Karl Fitzwilliam, whose long and disin- terested advocacy of repeal of tho food monopoly must ever he remembered to his 'n'tmur. has adopted a course of justice to- wards his .tenant)y worthy of imitation throughout-tho country. His lordship's lent audit was held on three days of hist week, when the tenantry was entertained «t dinner each day, in tho old baronial Ptyle, "Willam Newman, Esq., presiding., On onch day, after dinner, tho noble carl joined thc party, and was received with much enthusiasm. On Wednesday, his lordship, after drinking the health of his tenantry addressed them to the fol- lowing eflect :-" Gentlemen,- I have a communication to make to you in which all are interested. Owing to an act of the legislature, the price of agricultural produce has experienced a considerable reduction, and it is my opinion that the average price of corn will rule low...lower, probably, than the present price. Hold- ing such opinions, it is only an act ...
THE WHOLESALE MARKET RUN AS FOLLOWS. GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 15 March 1851
THE WHOLESALE -MARKET RUN AS . FOLLOWS. Ct lt A IN. Wheat, per bushel, from Cs. 2d. lo Gs. fid. ; tho «ttppl.v to tho market this week hus heun verv large, but sales are easily effected, and the Millers aro anxious to purchase.* ?Hurley, per bushel, from 3s. Gd. to 3s. Od. ; good sumples are iu demand, and sales are very brisk. J .. i Mutet», ppr l)H9hpJ,from 3», Oil, to 3a, Od, ; thp supply Jm* been »mall, und the greater part of the stores «re without good s/imple», Ont4, p«r bushel, from 2&lt;F ed, to 3«, ; rv few smiiH lot« Hirne to the market this week, all of which has been eagerly bought up. PoüLTRT. Fowls, ppr couple, from ls. Od. to ls. 8d. ¡ the supply to the.market is (not only) very inferior, but is much more than the consumption. .Duck*, per couple, from ls. Od. to 2s. 3d. ; good birds will meet with ready sales, but the greater part of the supply is very inferior. .Turkeys, per couple, from 5s. to 6s. ; the supply this week has been large, but good cock birds a...
THE LATE STORMS. (From the Daily News, Nov. 26.) [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 15 March 1851
THE LATE STORMS. (From the Daily-News, Nov. 26.) The following parViculnra of ihe melancholy shipwreck of the emigrant vessel in Kilkee Bay, is given by\.Äir".: Richard Russell, son of Mr. J. N. Russell, bf Limerick, and who was residing near Kilkee at the time of its oc- currence : " It was about half-past eleven o'clock that I got ont of bed. When I was absent half an hour to close the window of our bedroom, shaken by the pitiless storm, on looking out, ns is my usual custom, what was my horror to see before me, within a few hundred yards, a large vessel aground some distance trora the rocks. It was low water. I cannot describe my feelings ; I knew and . felt that all in her were doomed to destruc- tion, and, as I then believed, not a soul could be saved. At this time Ï did not hear that she was an emigrant vessel, though I had some suspicion of it, as she was of large size and light draft of water. In a short time my fears proved but too true. At first there was no appearance of ...
MR. SHIEL'S APPOINTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 15 March 1851
MR. SHÎEL'S APPOINTMENT.. I If there be one spot in tho wide world --always excepting the delicious climate of Naples-in which a somewhat indolent and elderly epicurean would wish to be placed in an official capacity, it is in that capital of tho merchants of the middle ages, called-and appropriately called Fair Florence. The people are- civilised and industrious. Tho climate is neither too cold nor too warm. The- fields are luxuriant and well cultivated ; and in a portion of the territory of Tuscany-that is to say, in Siena-the sweet Italian lan- guage is spoken with the greatest purity. The G-overnmcnt, moreover, was in an- cient times-and even still, notwithstand- ing recent changes, continues-one of tho mildest, most liberal, and best adminis- tered in all Italy. The priests do not swarm as in Home and in Naples, and oven in 1850, is still felt the effect of those reforms in, tho ecclesiastical system introduced more- than 60. years ago by Scipio do lliccl, Bishop of Pistoia and...
THE PAPAL BULL. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 15 March 1851
THE PAPAL BULL. The foolish provocation offered by Rome to tho English nation has brought out, ns wo anticipated, a burst of Protestant zeal, too often degenerating into No-Popery clamour, which has probably convinced the authors of the encroachment that they have been mistaken in thc manner of their new and aggressive policy, if not in its substance. Desirous to confine our own attention, and to assist in directing that of our countrymen, to practical and secular objects, leaving religious contro- versies to those who are led by duty or inclination to engage in them, we endea- voured, though in vain, to warn the Ro- man Catholic agitators of the early re- action which their unwise boasting would inevitably arouse. With possibly more effect wo have continued again and again to remind our Protestant readers that the dispute was not, and could not be, a de- bate on questions of religion. ' The truth j or falsehood of Popery was in no degree in issuo; and the civil rights which secure ...
PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 15 March 1851
PORT PHILLIP. The following gentlemen were elected at Geelong on the 1st instant, as the Council for that District of the Australasian League: A. Thomson, 62 votes ; J. G. M«Millan,'62 ; C. N. Thorne. 6S ; J. F. Strachan, 61 ; C. J. Dennys, 58 ; W. II.'Ita) lu?, GO ; James Cowie, 63; P. Drummond, 63; J. G. Carr, 62. THE WHARVES. - The old ami new wharves are'at length joined, hy the recently finished Junction Jotty. They m ny be re- garded now as n species,of .Siamese Twins, the junction'aforesaid being the ligament joining,the twin wooden brother*?. We will, not undertake to say the exact influence that the jetty exercises on both wharves, but there h evidently a vital passage through its me- dium, and it is an ascertained fact,'that tho vessels nt one wharf are tint ch affected by those of the other, nnd often throw off su peiiluoug loading at the snu.e time ; KO that, as in the Siamese Twins, thc connecting link could 'not ».be., removed with great ineonve« - nience. ' There is o...
COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 15 March 1851
C0ASTRÏ1S OUTWARDS. March 14.-Sea TM rd. 20, Cresswell, for Shoal- haven, with sundries; Black Snnn,/18, Pharaoh, tor Newcastle, in ballast; Mary June, 32,^ Kelly, for Newcastle, in ballast: William the Fourth, 54, Sullivnn, for -Wollongong, with sundries'; Velo- city, 136, M'Veigh, for Newcastle,'in ballast ; Challes Webb, 24, Brown, for Kioma, with'-BUII rfries;Mary Ann, 58, Francis, lor Newcastle in1 fcallast ; Bose, 40, BriggH, for the KichmondRiver with', sundries; Warlock, 43, Gibson, ¡for .New- castle, with sundries ; Queen, 14, Foot, for New- castle, in ballast : Ann Mary. '51, Jackson, for Moreton Bay, with sundries ; Hawkesbury Lass, 14, E,vera, fôr Pitt Water, in ballast. " '
Police Office. Friday, March 14. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 15 March 1851
Police Offleo. Friday, March 14. Before tho Police Magistrate. BREACH OK THENPEACE.-iJumès Greenwood, i publican, residing On tho Bontb Head Road, ap- peared to answorlhe complaint of ilia Margaret Callahan, a sister ol' defendant's wife, that ho bat threatened her life. The wile, it appeared, having bad some difference with defendant, left lin house, taking with her several articles tho pro- perty of her husband, and took refuge in the house of her mother, whither defendant followed her, and with a knife- in his hand, violently threatened to murder tho whole family. Air. Nichols for the complainant, called on tho magis- trate to bind défendant over effectually to keep the peace. He was accordingly ordered to enter into recognizances, himself in £50, and two sine ties in £25 each, to keep the peace «.fcc, during twclvo nii'tiths, or in default to go to gaol for three months. ROBBERY OF HIDES.-Thomas Smith, charged with stealing three bullock hides, from the slaughter house of Air. M...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 15 March 1851
THE EMPIRE, HAILY" JOURNAL OF NEWS, FOLITICS, AND COMMERCE, fi Published every Morning; at. 6 o'clocJe. Tenus of Subscription :-Seven Shillings andSix penco per Quarter, or Two and Sixpence per Month, payable in advance. Single Numbers-Three Halfpence. Advertisements-Two Shillings and- Sixpence tor the iirsfc, and Ninepence for every additional inch, for each Insertion. J omroNs OF THE PRESS. ; í ( YX7"E are glad to be at liberty to admire tho VV tone and spirit of its arguments." Sydney Morning Herald, Dec. 31. n .-. , " it* numerous leading articles are well and vigorously written."-Maitland Mercury!, Jan. 1. " The original articles aro well written, and »ive earnest of much vigour."- Goulburn Herald, Jan. 4. " We congratulate our contemporary on tho elevation of sentiment discernable throughout bis remarks."-Melbourne Argus, Jan 9. " it gives fair promise of speedily assuming a high rank among the Sydney Journals."-Port Phillip Gazette, Jan. 9. " it lins a taking air about it, re...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 15 March 1851
ADVERTISEMENTS. BIRTH. Mp.rcli H.-At lier rusiilence, in Prince-streel, EH/41, tho wif'o ol' Thomas Agar Kenall, ol' a sou. HrSk THK fine fast-sailing schooner MjfiKSy Captain Wilkinson, lOOtonss, will sail in a few days, having a portion of lier curyo readv for shipment. For ii eight or passage apply on board, at Dalgarno's Svduev Flour Wharf ; or, to GEORGE SMALL, 444 4, Jamison-street. . SALES BY AUCTION. FI FTEfiX PACKAGES DRUGS AND CHEMICALS. To Druggists and Others. JOHN G. CO H EM will sell by auction, ut bis Rooms, 490, George-street, On MONDAY next, Mandi i7, 1851, At ll o'clock precisely, Six cases each lour jars carbonate soda One case cream tartar One case carbonate ammonia corrosive sublimate tartaric acid One case calcined magnoda, Î lil*, bottles jula]) powder, 3^lbs. iodine ol' potash calomel One case jalap powder Turkey rhubarb powder creosote quart and pint castor bil Ono case castor oil. quarts One ditto, pints castor Three casks powdered arsenic Terms at sale. 44...