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WHOLESALE MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 15 May 1851
WHOLESALE MARKET PRICES. Ghain. — Wheat, per bushel, 7s. 6d. to 7s. 9d. ; the supply to the market is good ; millers are more careless of purchasing. Barley, 3s. 3d. to 3s. 9d. ; good malting samples are scarce and enquired after. Maize, 3s. 6d. to 3s. 8d. ; the supply to the market is heavy, but prices keeps firm. Oats, 2s. 6d. to 3s. ; very few good samples for sale in the market. Poultry. — Fowls, per couple, Is. 8d. to Is. lOd. ;? Ducks, Is. lOd. to 2s. 3d. Turkeys, 5s. to 6s. 6d. Geese, 5s. to 6s. ; all kinds of poultry is dull of sale, as the supply at present is very large. Eggs, per dozen, 12d. to 13d. ; very fe^y coming to market, the greater part of the shops are without. Daiky. — Butter, per pound, lOd. to Is. ; good, samples sells readily, but the greater part of the supply is very inferior. Cheese, 4d. to 5d. ; the .market is well supplied, prices are very steady. Bacon, 5d. to 7d. ; good samples are very scarce, and is much enquired after. Pigs, each, per lb., 2£d.to3d...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 15 May 1851
TO CORRESPONDENTS. All letters and communications to the Editors and the Publisher must be prepaid. . It is necessary that the writers of all communica tions 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.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 15 May 1851
TBRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. The terms of subscription are Six-pence each v number, 6b. per Quarter, or £1 4a. per annum, to be paid in advance. TBRMS OF ADVERTISING. ' ' T The terms of advertising are, for each insertion:- I a. d. I For the first inck - ' ? 0 1 For every additional inch - - . 1 Advertisements must bo forwarded to w° m Office, No. 70, Castlereagh-atreet, not later than | 4 p.m. on Wednesday. All orders for alterations ] must be sent by 2 p.m. on Tuesday. It U neees8~- I Advertisements should specify on them the numoer m of insertions required, as otherwise they will con- - tinue to be published until countermanded. 1 Births, marriages, and deaths will be inserted w m the subjoined terms : when forwarded by a w | scriber, free ; nonsubse-ribers, the charge wiU&e* Printed and Published by James Cosorove, for the Proprietors, at The Frkbman's Journal JW ing Office, No. 70, Castlereagh street South, ' thecity of Sydney, New South Wales. -Thmeuay, May 5, I85j.
COUNTRY AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 15 May 1851
COUNTRY AGENTS. Adelaide — Mr. Michael D'Arcy. ] Appin— Mr, John Dwver. 1 Bat hurst— Mr. James S. Freeman. I Belfast.— Mr. C. Middleton. I Berrima— -Mr T. D. O'Sullivan. I Brisbane— Mr. Haynes. 1 Bungadore — Mr. John Dwyer. 1 Browlee— Mr. Wbi. Doherty. i Brisbane Water— Mr. Chas. Trbanor. 1 Campbelltown~Mr. G. Plunkett. I Concord— Mr. John Clanoy. 1 Cooma, Manaroo. — Mr. A. Montague. | East Maitland— Mr. Thomas Ashton. I Geelong — Mr. John Manssfield. I Goulburn— Mr. C. Fitzpatkick. 1 Hartley— Mr. E. MoRiARry, 1 Ipswich. — Mr. Peter Dwyer. I Jamberoo and Kiama Mr. Thomas Hanly. 1 Kissing Point— Mr. James F. Stanley. I Liverpool — Mr. Thomas Cahil. I Launceston — Mr. James Madden. 1 Maneroo. - Mr. Dugald M'Donald, Cooma | Melbourne — Messrs. Cregin and Moorb, Book- | sellers. 1 Newcastle. — Mr. John Rogers. 1 Parramatta — Mr. John Joshph Mullholland. J Penrith—Mr. Michael M'Namara. I Picton — Mr. P Hynes. | Portland Bay.— Mr. Richard Dowley. i Richmond and Kurajong— Mr. Thomas Lovat,...
COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 15 May 1851
COASTERS INWARDS. May 8. — Ruth, 12, Wells, from Brisbane Water ; Cygnet, 30, Murray, from Wollongong; Young Billy, 18, Carbuss, from the Hawkesbury; Jane Williams, 33, Rowlands ; Anna Maria, 49, Bennett j Jenny Lind, 33, Farnsworth ; Bittern, 50, Robert son ; Black Swan, 18, M'Bride, all from Newcastle. May 9. — Maria Prudence, 30, Cresswell, from Shoalhaven ; Hazard, 28, Cox ; Jenny Lind, 33, Farnsworth ; Mary Ann, 18, Theakstone, all from Newcastle ; William the Fourth, steamer, 54, Sul livan, from Wollongong. May 10. — Rover, 15, Shaw, from the Hawkes bury ; Norna, 35, M'Donald, from Shoalhaven ; Highlander, 29, Roberts, from Broulee ; Edward, 29, Hutton ; Sister, 45, Hescott ; Clarissa, 60, Campbell ; Vision, 43, M'Crae, all from Newcastle. May 12. — Echo, 22, Robinson ; Lapwing, 20, Miller ; Bard's Legacy, 25j Bloxham, all from Shoalhaven : Charles Webb, 24, Brown, from Kiama ; Brothers, 27, M'Cauley ; Trial, 40, Bam- &nbsp; ford ; Coquete, 72, Johnston ; Primus, 36, L...
THE REV. DR. M'NEILE' AND To the Editor of the Liverpool Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 15 May 1851
THE REV. DR. M'NEILE' AND POPERY. To the Editor of the Liverpool Joiirridl. biu, — 1 was present, as a spectator, at the Pro testant meeting yesterday, and had time and the temper of the audience permitted, should have felt tempted, at the close of the Rev. Dr. M'Neile's speech, to respond to his appeal to the' Protestant Dissenters, though not exactly in the manner he prescribed. I was struck with an unfairness in his remarks in two respects. First, it is unfair to infer . the disposition or the Romish Church, at the pre sent day, from its acts in ages past. How would Protestants like to be thus answerable for the deeds ol their forefathers ! Was there no intolerant persecution in the reign of that Protestant saint, Henry VIII., and in that of his gentle daughter, Elizabeth ? Did not a far greater number of Catho lics suffer for their religion, at the stake, in those reigns, than of Protestants in the reign of 'bloody' Mary ? The fires of Smithfield were often kindled, 'in 'the glo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 22 May 1851
No. 51-178. Town Clerk's Office, Sydney, 13 May, 1851. COLLECTORS OF ELECTORAL LISTS. NOTICE is hereby given, that Lsts of the Electors in the Electoral District of Sydney being required to be made up between the 1st and 25th June next. Persons willing to undertake the duties of collectors are required to forward sealed tenders, addressed to the Right Worshipful the Mayor, stating the terms on which they will agree to prepare the lists, make copies of the same, and attend the Revision Courts, for all or each or the different Wards in the City. Ap plications will be received at this office until Mon day, the 26th day of May, at noon. Parties tendering will be required to become bound — themselves in the sum of one hundred pounds, and to submit the names of two responsible persons as sureties in the sum of fifty pounds each, for the due performance of their duties. By order of the Right Worshipful the Mayor, JOHN RAE, Town Clerk. GOLD ! ! ! GOLD ! « ! GOLD ! I ! $/^|7 HOEVER may say n...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 22 May 1851
Ns. 51—183. i ; Town Clerk's Office, I Sydney, Mav 15, 1851. | rT? CONTRACTORS. j I ^j ° *s ^ereby given, .that tenders ] I . ^1 wi 1 be received at this office until - I Monday, the 26th instant, at twelve o'clock noon, ' I' Vi2 . l)ertormance of the undermentioned works, I JVatering certain stveets in the city. ' I ? Repairing King-street West. I curbing, guttering, and repairing Cumberland and I W-streets. I 'cpairing Pottinsfer-street. I Lu-Tblnj| and guttering in Kent- street. I nffi * LatTs of the works inay l-e seen at the I Upmi'. °ity Su''ey-«-, from whom all par ? ticulars may be obtained. 1 CHARLES H. WOOLCOTT, | I; Acting Town Clerk- . j
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 22 May 1851
£ttfJ-Ufng lEnteMgntr&' ARRIVALS. May 17. — Eagle, steamer, 150 tons, Captain Warner, from Moreton Bay the 14th inst. May 18. — Triton, briff, 120 tons, Captain Marr, from ilohart Town the 1 Oth inst. May 19. — Fanny Fisher, barque, 239 tons, Cap tain Harrold, fr»m Launceston the 10th inst. May 19. — Alice, schooner, 0B tons, Captain Jto bertsorr, from Launceston the- 12th inst. DEPAKTUNES. May 15. — Torrington, brig, 128 tons, Captain ? Peacock, for Nelson. May 15. — Duchess of Northumberland, barque, 541 tons, Captain Freeman, for Calcutta. ! May 15. — Nelson, barque, 247 tons, Captain [| May 16. — Marian Watson, schooner, 145 tons, i Captain Abbv, for the South Sea Islands. I May 17. — Supply, schooner, 171 tons, Captain I! Hoseason, for Port Cooper. I May 17. — Daniel Watson, brig, 164 tons, Captain [| Phelps, for the South Seas. jj May 17. — William Alfred; schooner, 118 tons, I Captain TinJey, for Wellington and Nelson. I May 17. — Lady Sale, barque, 388 tons, Captain ...
EPITOME OF HOME NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 22 May 1851
J..P1T0ME OF HOME NEWS. \tpws lias reached ihe colony, by way of India, t» the 21th January. It is however very meagre and effect. The only item of importance is the eer aintv tfint tlie Minimry are divided on the ?? Ag cress'on' quest.oa. Lerds Grey aud Clarendon, Sr C'nartes G rey and Sir George Wood, and accord ing to the Chroniate, Lord Palmerston also, are op posed to ihe intolerant policy of Lord John Rus Tha money market was steady. tfunusaty/a. The value of money had somewhat failen in London. 1 'he bruk rs have declined to givj more than 2£ per ctDt. for short loans, and the bankers are making advances on good bills at the bank's minimum rate of 3 per cent' This, however, is only done for paper of the firdt class, discounts generally ranging from 3£ to 5 per cent.- Atlas. All London was prrparing as busily as the Royul Commissioners for the exhibition ot Industry and their foreign visitors. Antiquarians are calling for the opening of the Tower and its Norman Chapel, ertisis...
WHOLESALE MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 22 May 1851
WHOLESALE MARKET PRICES. Grain.— Wheat, per bushel, 9s. Gd. to 10s. Od. ; the supply to the market is good ; millers are more careless of purchasing. Barley, 3s. 3d. to «5s. oa. ; good maltinjv samples are scarce and enquired alter. Maize, 3s. 3d. to 3s. 6(1. ; the supply to the market is heavy, but prices keeps firm. Oats, 2s. to ^Js. »u. , very few good samples for sale in the market. Poultry.— Fowls, per couple, Is. 6d. to Is. 8d. ; Ducks, Is. 3d. to 2s. Od. Turkeys, os. to Os. Od. Geese, 4s. to Ss. ; all kinds of poultry is dull ot sale, as the supply at present is very large. Lgj, per dozen, lid. to Is. ; very few coming to market, the greater part of the shops are without. Dairy.— Butter, per pound, lOd. to Is. ; good samples sells readily, but the greater part ot tiie supply is very inferior. Cheese, 4d. to od. , tne market is well supplied, prices are very steady. Bacon, 4d. to 6d. ; good samples are very waice, and is much enquired after. Pigs, each, per lb., 24d.to8d.; wel...
Literature. THE LEGEND. OF THE CONVENT OF OUR LADYE OF WALSINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 22 May 1851
? ' — ' — — —— ^ — — ILUer aturc* THE LEGEND. OP THE CONVENT OF OUR T.ADYE OF WALSINGHAM; ... ,. Byan AiNGi-icAH Clkrgyman. JjOrd William quits fair ;,Unglamrs snore w»m»» 'gainst Paynim host ; ., . . ( Bu°, ere he goes,-lie plights his troth to her he loves «li? Heav'n dp' shield me,' Margaret, dear, fr,om let? L'SSS my bride, a,, fti. * plight tiline hand.' ....??? ? ? ? Fair Margaret gave her lilyliand to William as he kneel'd ; _ ? ?'.._, «,™ ? ur ? »„ Hekiss'd it, rose, and blithely cnea—'^^ u^v „ riiv vow is -seal'd !' ' ' ? ??' . _. 'And Heav'n hear mine!' -the lady cried; Sir knight, gird on thy sword, ? ' ' , Go forth and fight for Christ His cross, and- return to be my lord!' ' ' ' ;' '.,/ ' '; ' .' But Heav'n, that heard, their mutual, vows^had will'd it otherwise :—? ? ? _?. ^.,., Before the holy city's walls the brave Lord William The tidings came to Margaret as she sat in her twilight bower — . Woe's me ! such sorrow well-nigh crush' d that bright but tender flower ! B...
MORETON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 22 May 1851
MOTtETON BAY. German Emmigrants. — A letter has been received from Mr. Neuhauss, notifying his intention to visit Moreton Bay as soon as he got the Docken huden to sea. We must hope that every facility and assistance will be given to him in his enquires and that some arrangement may be made for the commencement of a description of emigration which has now set in with such a steady current towards South Australia. Mr. Lord deserves the to bring this port into notice; and, in all proba bility, after the first arrival of emigrants from Germany, their reports would induce many of their countrymen to follow. It is suggested by Mr. Lord that the subject should be taken into con sideration by the meeting which is to be held in Brisbane on the 16th of the present month, and Mr. Neuhauss has been recommended to attend on that occasion. — Free Press. Mokkton Bay Amateur Musical Society.— A preliminary meeting of persons interested in the formation of this society was held in the Court House o...
AMBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 22 May 1851
AM Ml I ION. (From a Correspondent.) To entertain ambition is to worship a tyrant. ; every way despicable, hateful and horrible, whose only joy is our anguish, whose only hope is our despair. Now, is there to be found, in this day, among men, anv. who Hike more than one of the Saints of past times, and other countries) feel af fection for those who despise them and in sult them 1 Is there one to be found who not only bears without murmur the mon strous cruelties of an unjust person ; but clings to the injustices and to their author as the feeble infant to its parent 1 We await the reply. It is a sneer for our fo'ly. But we will act for once the Christian part, We will pass over the sneer without vexation ; and we assert that there are those now, in nnrnhpra in fViA vcnrlH ivhr» fvmt-i cnma on chantment the source of which to us is inex plicable, exhibit towards the most ferocious and powerful haters of themselves and dis turbers of their peace, a love, the force of which cannot be e...
[?] News. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 22 May 1851
a denial NrtD0 VICTORIA. Melbourne. -Bread is now eleven pence me four pound loaf, and we are told that it will rise to a shilling. It was no dearer than this in the j memorable year of 1847, in England, when wheat in Mark Lane sold for five guineas the quarter, and , an outcry was raised, that not only England but JJJllri/U*J W«lo ft'1* d '«?* ***«?* »«? — *- — - — ? other consumable articles have a tendency to rise with the price of bread, we are now paying tolera- ' bly dear for our provisions ; and therefore, along with free institutions, we are beginning to have tolerably free prices. Unfortunately, there are no statistics in the slightest degree reliable, to enable us to form any judgment as to whether or not the ( relations of ''supply and demand' justify this ex- ; traoidinary rise in the price of bread. The drought ? goes for something : and so do the fires of Black Thursday. Moreover, a considerable addition has been made to our population by immigration ; and that must co...
Miscellaneous Extracts. WILL ENGLAND EVER BE CATHOLIC COUNTRY? (Concluded from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 22 May 1851
ijmtwuanfous iSxiract*. WILL ENGLAND EVER BE A CATHOLIC COUNTRY? (From the Eambler.) ( Concluded from our last.) 3. Further, we cannot help observing how singularly, in a kindred subject of thought, the popular mind is tending in the Catholic direction. The notions on the subject o? art, which are now gaining ground among all edu cated people, will of a surety most power fully affect the national mind, and predispose it to the Catholic religion. All at once Eng land is awaking to a consciousness that the fine arts are not, so many instruments for the tickling the senses and amusing a leisure hour ; but that they are a vehicle by which the soul expresses her most fervent and pro found notions and ideas. Art is more and more recognised as the link between the spiritual and the visible, as the embodiment of the thoughts of the immaterial mind in its intercourse with its fellows, anrl as a denizen of a material universe. Criticism on all works of art, on statues, pictures, buildings, mu...
MAPTLAND. THE INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 22 May 1851
MAITLAND. THE INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION. The following explanation of the objects contem plated in the proposed exhibition of colonial indus try, was given by Dr. Douglass at a recent meeting held at the Court House, Maitland. We copy from ? the report in the MaWand Mercwy : — j After some preliminary observations the Doctor then stated that when the first intimation of the in- ! tention to hold the Great Exhibition in London j came out, the Australian Society (of which he was j secretary) had been newly formed ; the committee of that society took the matter into consideration, with the view of offering assistance towards for warding the object of sending to London any colo nial productions ; the Horticultural Society being the older one, the Australian Society gave way, and left the matter in the hands of the Horticultural Society. Time passed on, and at length, when very near the latest period at which productions could well be sent, enquiries were made, and it was found that the Hort...
THE ALLEGED IMMORALITY OF CATHOLIC PRAYER-BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 22 May 1851
THK ALLEGED IMMORALITY OF CATHOLIC PRAYER-BOOKS. (From the Tablet.') An illustrious writer of the present day has truly and forcibly remarked, ' it is the boast of the ?« Caiholic Church that she keeps the young heart ' pure,' The boast is a just one. The Immaculate Spouse of Christ has an almost agonising desire to keep the young and unwary little ones committed to her charge free from the stain of impure thoughts, words, and deeds. But the Devil, who is impure as he is malignant and unholy sflpks. above all things, to make the world believe that the Church is the teacher and patroness of impurity. He raises a loud shout and clamour, bellowing out what he is anxious all souls should believe, that he may the more easily make them a prey to the very ruin about which they pretend to be so frightened. Specimens of this artifice of the impure spirit have lately been afforded by letters in the Times, signed ' A Protestant, Thank God,' and ' Another Protestant, Thank God,' in which the wr...