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EPIDEMIC IN STOCK. (From the Gov. Gazette, March 13.) [Paper prepared by the Rev. Mr. Walker, ref to in the foregoing notice.] [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 15 March 1851

EPIDEMIC IN STOCK. (From ike Gov. Gazette, March 13.) [Taper prepared by tho lie v. Mr. Walker, ref to in the toreyoiny notice.] During the mouths ot' February and 3! 1850, the publia mind in Liverpool and its 1; boiirliood was much agitated by reason of casu, and other farming stock dying iii every direction. The mortality being universally attributed to a -disease, supposed from a variety of rumours that wer« alluat, to bo highly contagious, and even in- fectious. Certain resilient« of that town and dis- trict formed themselves into a Committee for tho purpose of collecting evidence upun the sulject. Tho Committee, after gobur through two or , three cases, saw (it to limit th"ir inquiry to the phutiomuna of the disease and the extent of its ravages, and. therefore, did not arrive ut any con- clusion as lo its causo.' According to the testimony of farm labourers, stockmen, shephords, veterinary practitioner?, and graziers, who were nil agreed upun this point, tho d¡soase appears to...

Publication Title: Empire
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THE WORKING CLASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 15 March 1851

THE WORKING CLASSES. WHAT is lo bo tho condition of thc müssen of our population for the future ? lu a I"-11;* like thi8,wharo an illimitable extent of sou lies in the smile of God, inviting thc hau<i ' nf industry to its inexhaustable. treasure?, where the conventional nobilities and the decorated orders of tho social man, have no ancestral l.t nor political recogni- tion, where tho racy of life is, or ought to ha, fair atol equal, no' question of greater intered, than this one. to minds un warped hy Hiiallcr considerations, can present, itself. Iii nv far will the greatest amount of luippiuo-s fall to the lot ol' the greatest number in this - Lund of the JPiw. whotip liiii^ilotn is to come? We huvo published within the laat few days some soul-harrowing statements, ob- tained by the most unexceptionable means of information, of the inhuman destitu- tion, as horrible as the Ancient Mariner's rotting sea, in which whole multitudes of our countryman and countrywomen at home...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 15 March 1851

PARRAMATTA, SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 15, J851, At MAL CO N'S ROYAL AUSTRALIAN CURRENCY LASS, CHURCH-STREET, PARAMATTA. - Unprecedented Success &. Crowded Houses. ENTIRE CHANGE IN THE PROGRAMME. MDL E . L O U l. S E . As the " Flower Girl." THIS EVENING, SATURDAY, MARCH 15. THE Evening's Entertainments will commence with, for the first time at tho Parramatta Circus, a Rural Dance, which elicited so much ap- plause on the first representation, entitled' the MAY-POLE DANCE, After which Mr. Williams will appear as the CHINESE VAULTER, On a Galloping Horse. To be succeeded by a Double Act of Equestrianism by that celebrated Equestrian and his Pupil, an act of intense interest, entitled THE FLIGHT OF RUBfNI AND CORRINTO, CIRCUS/ By tho Company. By Mr. Jones, and Master Bird. Aftpr which, Air. BARCLAY will introduce the celebrated Pony TIPPO SA1B, putting-, him through his various'tests of training, After which, Sidle. Louise will appear as the FLOWER GIRL, (An interval of fifteen m...

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THE EMPIRE. SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1851. THE TOPIC OF THE HOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 15 March 1851

TÍIE EMPIRE. . ' itf-'í TUR DA ); MA R CJI 15, 1851. TUE all-engrossing topic of tho hour-the " Papal Aggression" as it. is called-which so violently agitates tlie public mind in England just now, ia certainly a question ol' tho very greatest importance, and one fraught with most serious consequences to the future politicul interests of the British empire. Tho discussion of it inevitably involves n greater or loss amount of per- sonal feeling j einco every man must of necessity, and indeed should, entertain something of thc spirit of the partizan rc fipecting a subject of such strong personal interest, Neutrality in such » caso if» per. factly incompatible with honest oimyictmn and every Christian Fmglisbnmn, what ^ ever may be bia peculiar creed, must feu ^ strongly in reference to tho determination of a question so vitally affecting'the future J' history of his beloved coun try. But it is quite possible to entertain strong convictions even. upon, this que> ti:>n, without joi...

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ADELAIDE CATTLE MARKET. Wednesday, Feb. 19, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 15 March 1851

ADELAIDE CATTLE MARKET. Wednesday, lieh. 19, 1851'. 1,000 sheep wore in tho pens, and all sohl at an averge ot' 8s. per head. .GO oxen were in tho yards, and all sold at 12s. per lüO His. The supply was altogether insufficient in num- ber, ¡ind the quantity ol' sheep and cuttle indif- ferent, hut they brought a good advance upon former prices. Good cuttle and sheep aro now generally known to be extremely source, «nd it is in contemplation hy some ol' tho leading butchers to raise tho. price of meat. . KAJ.U or HOKSKS.-There wero only twelve horses brought to the Market Yards on Saturday hist, nil of which Mr. Emmett sold, The highest jn'ic.e obtained was £18 2s. Gd.; and a horse, dray, «nd harness sold for £28. Mr. Emmett held a sale afterwards at Benjie Greig's Yards, rear of the Black Bull, where he, offered 6onic splendid horses, hutong succeeded in selling one for £'¿0, there being a lack of buyers.- Ob- server.

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TRADES' ARTICLES. No. 10.—THE GROCER. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 15 March 1851

TRADES' ARTICLES. No. 10.-THE GROCER. BY ALFRED l'YNB. Tho Grocer is the type of tho moral I growth of temperance over tho ale-cellar j of an earlier timo. Tea and its concomi I tan ts are all modern, and betoken an ad- vance in civilization and morality. How much moro refined are wo in every sta^e of society since thc introduction of this mild beverage, than whilo beer and other strong drinks constituted thc liquids for all meals ! Take a woman of our day, and one only a century and a-half ago, and you will find a marked difference in her language, manners, and character the improvement and advantages arc en- tirely in favour of our modern females. The coarser sex, also, have abandoned drunkenness, as an after-dinner fashion, and think it by no means unmanly to be saber whole weeks together. Hero is high evi- dence of an advanced morality aud retine mont. Now, thc representative ot" this, is tho Grocer. We little think, as wo purchase his goods, perhaps ho decmeth not himself, how ...

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A SHORT WAY WITH THE POPE'S PUPPETS. (From Punch.) To THE RIGHT HONOURABLE LORD JOHN RUSSELL, M.P. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 15 March 1851

A SHORT WAV WI TIL TUE POPE'S PUPPETS. {From Punch.) To TUB Rid UT UONOUKABMS LOUD JOHN RUSSELL, M.P. My ïiOrJ,-Tue P*»¡»i*, in his scarlet nmln rity, cuts up merry Kngland liku n cuke itico thirteen slicaa,-a Twelfth Cake wit li nil the images-giving a slice to one Cardioid «ntl twelve Bibilup, The Pope ha» stretched ont hi» crozier, and pulled the struy English sheep into hid Told. And the «heep shall hu helter fetl wuk thc old Vat eau waler*; and »hall »mir on itt scarlet wool the neal ol' the Fish cronin's Hing. Vfitliout knowing it, we nie nil of ns thu Pope's spiritual Mi'j-ctsi; we him« goo«; over io him III our sleep S III our lie-dn nave been furnell to Rome, amt are only jiow awakened to tho change.-.Such are. the glad tidings erjed hy D.ie tor Newman j «nell the stirring trompei-nute of the Cardinal ul VVtiSituiuaior I And now there are meetings of Protestant divines ; there are addresses to the Bishop of Rome ; and the Bishop's denunciation ot Papal supremacy come thawed...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 15 March 1851

THE EXHIBITION OP 1851-THE BUIMJ ING.-We were nguiu on the ground yester d «y. G rent progress has been muda in every portion of the works since our last visit.: Near'y 2,000Jmen were at work. The silence of i he operations, which we have hitherto noticed, is now broken by the clank of ham- mers of every size and weight. It is won- derful to see how much is done by the aid of s»eam. There is the rfeam-puttying ma- chine, the steam saws, and drills'. There is also a panning machine in opération. Many additional forges have been erected in various paris. Upward*' of 120 000 feet of glnss: have been already placed; and it is cu>' to'see the glaziers Rt work in gipsy tents f. upon tin.' roof. The entire length of avenue is now roofed in, »nd other parts being covered at a rapid rate. Doubts . been expressed as to the strength of the;.' used, but on inquiry we fou ml that it \v. that strong kind known to the triule as ' tienlar glass." Workmen are now begim np m the transept: anti som...

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AN INSIGHT INTO THE CHARACTER OF A KING. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 15 March 1851

AN INSIGHT INTO TUB CHARACTER OF A KING. Thc proceedings of our Bankruptcy Courts involve strange disclosures ; mysteries are there elucidated, secrets revealed, plots brou<rlitto light, tricks of trade delected, anti pri«ire churncicr* exposed to thc scutum und judgment ot' pi.biie opinion. No tribu- nals cnn compeie wi'h the e courts in the general interest which their transactions create, Evi ry person in the kingdom is con- cerned in the causes they decide, and evi llenen turning less on points ot' law than questions ol' plain-dealing and hunchy /alls ivstliin the oompiehcii.sinti ot' all readers alike. Il such records had been in existence two cvnitirus tifo, they might have, superseded hall Mr. Ma.-aulev's nuthoriiics lor the stale ol' England at that penod. They wooli! have depicted the ti .tiona! mind, and given us the tone ol' society with indisputable truth and (illness, tor no class is exempt (ruin their operation, ami it is pieeisely where doubt arises and cur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 17 March 1851

SUNDRIES. CEYLON CURRY POWDER, the true India Curry Mustard, in tins, and 1 lb. and i lb. bottles Soap, first quality, 1 cwt. and * cwt boxes Blue, superior quality. Washing Soda Mould Candles, from the best refined tallow. Bath Bricks . Whiting Blacking, Day and Martin's, in bottles Pasto Blacking-ditto in tins Best English Starch Scotch Oatmeal, warranted genuino Patent groats, in tins Bermuda Arrowroot Pearl Sago Basket Salt Liverpool Salt, in 2 cwt. bags Dairy Salt ditto Rock Salt, in large lumps London Vinegar, in hhds., quarter casks, bottled ? and draft Tobacco pipes, in 10 and 20 gross boxes Manila Cigars, AVino and Beer Corks Carbonato of Soda Tartarie Acid Sperm Candles, English, American, and Belmont Carriago AVax Lights Red herrings, in tins, very fino Sardines Fresh Salmon, 1 lb., 2 lb., 3 lb., and 4 lb tins Anchovy and Bloater Pasto Honey French Capers, pints and quarts Hops, best quality Floating Lights Lamp Cottons Candle Wick Castor oil, pints and quarts, cold drawn...

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 17 March 1851

COASTERS INWARDS. March 15.-Twin Sisters, 25, Barnes, from tho Shoalhaven River, with 21 tons potatoes, 40 bushols maize, 20 bushels, wheat ; Amphitrite, 19, lïaxtor, from Shellharbour, with 550 bushels wheat, 250 bushels barley, 2 tons potatoes, 10 kegs butter, 4 pigs, and 1 calf ; Dove, 13, Vallack, from shoalhaven, with 12!tons potatoes ; Bard's Legacy^ 2S, Bloxham, from^hoalhaven, with 24 tons pota-' toes, 28 tubs buttei*,;)(60 bushels bnrloy, .lac^t'.^ ohcose ; Cygnet, 30¡"Lawrenco, from Wollongong,' with 380 bags barley, CO sidos solo leather, P Incase, Uip, 1 cask¡hp;iqy,.2jteg8, butter ; Young[Piljv/Jl'§,.j Oarbuai /roinjtjh'etlLvwl^sbury, with C0',Q0Oj(;s)nnT, gles, 200 Anishols j maize,- and 50 busjipls pa^sj;,, Lass of,Gowrie, jfo^Marfc'n, from the RaVkqsjb^urj-j with 770(1 h'ushel^inii*.'}?,^ and 30 buslipls^wh^it.;.( Activo, ,40, ,Mqíyujó;j,from/ îfeweastlo. ' íwi&h' tyt tons coals,;,Eqho"22,y.Ípbinsoh, from Shoalhaven,,) Viith 10 tons potatoes,, 20.0, bushels't...

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To the Editor of the Empire. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 17 March 1851

To the Editor of the Empire. SIR-Seeing so much is now being dono hy us to prevent tho roourronoo of Transportation to these colonies, and by tho papers, also perceiving a large amount of subscription .entered into at Port Phillip for this purpose, I think our fellow «olonibts there, as weil as the inhabitants of this district, aro losing sight of their own intorost in not endeavouring to form associations to pro- mote Immigration to thoso shores. It is an ascertained fact that these colonies arc tho most flourishing of any of tho British pos- sessions, and with tho aid of Labour, would .surpass, for tho prospects of tho emigrant, Ame- rica or any other part ; and a? you have refused, in a manner, the Government aid, instead of throwing your money away for mero show in anti-convict displays, lot these bountiful sub .cr'ptiions go for tjio benefit of Emigration. Your association as it "is formed, with oxtended com- mittees, might bo nt onco introduced for emigra- tion purposes with c...

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 17 March 1851

COASTERS OUTWARDS.' /,; ' March lo,-Adventure, 22 tons, Peters, for Morpeth, with sundries ; Madge Wildfire, 36, Smart, in ballast ; Comet, 34, Collas, for the Tweed River, with sundries ; Clarissa, GO, Camp- bell, for Port Stephons, with sundries ; Amphi tritc, 19, Baxter, for Sholl Harbour, in ballast ; Thistle, 28, Stone, for tho Manning, with sun- dries ; Jane Williams, 33, Rowlands, for the William River, in ballast ; Active,. 40, Melville, for Newcastle, in ballast ; Sister, 15, Booker, for the Hawkesbury, with sundries ; Young.Billy, l8, Carbus, for the Hawkesbury, ".with sundries; Rover, 15, Shaw, for tho Hawkesbury River, with sundries ; Cygnet, Lawrence, for' Wollongong, with sundries ; Roso, steamer, 172, Harding, fjr Morpeth, with sundries. , s¡

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To the Editor of The Empire. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 17 March 1851

To the EMtor of The Enwire, SiH-r>yiU youhavotheffoodness to insert the accdfavp&nypg in your independent journal, .. * | To the Citizens of Sydney, J FELLOW. CITIZENS-Is it not tho" duty of the Protestant community in this city to take some stepp by. à preliminary "nKJOtißgTto consider the propriety of presenting-jan address to Her Majesty, on tho recent I proceedings of the Popp with refcrenco to England, and to express the/unshaken loyalty and attachment of the Pro- testant portion of this city and colony to ner Majesty's person, authority, and government; and praying for a further reformation in Church and State, to prevent further encroachments of a foreign power. . ' A CITIZEN OF NO MEAN CITY.

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 17 March 1851

. EXPORTS. March IS.-Brothers,,nbrig, 173 tons, Captain Ktavors, for Honolulu : ,200 bags rice, 4 cases lucifers; 1 caso.figs, 3 carçoa hats,,42.bundles lines, JTJO bug's Iml'loyyiO thoras uôiJ.'/.5, this tar, 200 l>a!f-boxos soap, 120 boxes¿coVijials^ll, tpns.white load, 12 kegs rivotsj lô(JL bar,s,jixoh, o^.cásks glue, H hales leather, 2 case's sjioo's, 22,'b;íg'->, corks,'30" cases 10 bales 2 boxes drapery*, .ig'tj^rrèj.swjliïskev, li hhds. brandy, 5 hhds., lO^jis^jP^no^á, ¿\ lihds. 42 quarter-casks sher'i;yt,, (5/^ ^ase^,'20M quarter-casks port wine, 17 cascijf, claret,, 12 cijspS champagne, 10 oases cigars, 7 'hTuas.'utJÓ,¡mats'! sugar, 50 cases syrup, 92 hhds. beer,'80 cá*ses'','22( boxes, and 1 cask oilman's stores, J. Richards. . ,

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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 17 March 1851

NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. Thö Mosaollo had arrived, the Cadet, Alpha,and Susan ready for Sea, the Colonist had commenced taking in timber for London.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Empire. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 17 March 1851

ORIGINAL-CORRESPONDENCE. .. !' LZ._1 To the Editor of the Empire. Sin-To give an idea of the spirit of tho meetings hold throughout the length and breadth of Eng- land on " Tho Papal Invasion,"- will you givc'a place in the Emjn'rc to the following, from Dr. Croly, Rector or St. Stephen's, Walbrook : After citing instances to show the little value of oath» administered to Roman Catholics, and stating amid loudohceers "that it was impossible to rely on the word of Romo," and "that thoy could make no compact with- Romo"-^«' Englishmen," ho continued, " were regarded as rebellious sub- jects of Rome, and, of course, as persons upon whom the wholo power of Romo should be exerted. But if the question were to bo considered in any (¡caree as serious, he would indeed confess that'll must only ho regarded as an act qf divine power, for the purpose of nwaketiiiijlr' the Protestant Church of England to its'1 duties;," interests, and necessities, lind this moa'iüro iíO¿ beeen adopted, the Churc...

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CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 17 March 1851

* CLEARANCES.- '',' '1 ,'-!l '-»¡' M March 15.-Brothers, brig, 173 tons, i Captain Stavers, for ' Honolulu. Passeiujers-r-Mr^.arid Mrs. Hegarty and 2 children. * '.> .; , ; , Mareh'15.-Diana, 103 tons, Captain Peake, for Melbourne. Passengers-Mr. Ryan, Dr. Steele, Mr. Wanco, Mr. and Mr«. Cowley and 3 children, Mr. Green, Mr. Watts, Mr. O'Brien, Mr. Brown, Mrs. Maunson. March lo.-George Buckham, 385 tons, Captain Matches, for Hongkong via Newcastle in ballast.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 17 March 1851

DEPARTURES. March 15.-Eliza, ship, 912 tons, Captain Pain, Ibr Madras, resumed hor voyage. March 15.-Blackwall, ship, 838 tons, Captain Thorne, for London. Passengers-The Rev. Mr. Gregory, Dr. Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. Matthews .ind child, Mr. Uther, Master Uther, Mrs. Briscoe, ' Vlr. Urquhart, Mr. E. Smith, Mr. W. B. Hamil ron, Mr. J. Thompson, Mr. James Donald, Mr. and Mrs. Simmonds, Mr. Merrick, Mr. Halworthy, Mr. Logan, Mi*. Daividson, the Rev. Mr. Grant, Air. T. TIaycs, Mi*. Lewis Solomon, Mr. N. Owen. Mrs. Coombes, Mrs. Jones, Mr. M. Marsh, Mr. A. Druoe, Uri.ith Craven. March 15.-William, brig;- J21 tons, Captain Coffey, for Launceston. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Gibson and two children, Miss-Hoblyn, Mr. Patrick Tyne, J; Edwards, R. Evans. Mareil 10.-rDiana, ship, 675 tons, Captain Flotchor, for Guam, in ballast. ' * March IO.-St. George, ship, ,605 tons, Captain Jonos^for London. Passengers-Mii. and Airs. 1'armcr. Air. and Mrs. Pettigrew, A¿r. Dhains, Mrs. Alford, Mr. Lawson, Air...

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ABSTRACT OF AUCTION SALES THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 17 March 1851

ABSTRACT OF AUCTION SALES THIS DAY. MR. J. G. COHEN.-At his Rooms, at 11 o'clock. Carbonate of Soda, Calcined Magnesia, Rhu- barb, Castor Oil, and Arsenic. Mu. C. NEWTON.-At his Sale Yard, at 11 o'clock, 107 Iron Hurdles, Galvanized Iron Guttering, Rods for tomb railing. MR. S. LYONS.-At his Mart, at 11 o'clock, Allot- ments about mid-way between the Club House and the Union Bank of Australia, a House and Shop nc\t the York Hotel, a House and Shop and a Cottage in AVoolloomoolco. MESSRÖ. MORT AND BROWN.-At their Room«-, at , , ll| o'clobk. 8000 Sheep,' 5469 Sheep, and the ,1, Statibh^of Gigoomgan, at Wide'Bajjrr ^ 'J

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