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SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. (Compiled from the Custom House Records for this Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 22 March 1851

SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. ( Compiled from the Custom House Records for this Journal.) «3 3 «2 B .5 P. 'S * Rum, W. I. B. P. .. E. I. & Mauri- tius B. P. " Foreign States Arrack, Date, <fe Palm tree Rum and other F. Spirits not enu- merated. .. Brandy . Geneva . "Whiskey. Liqueurs u... British Spirits Total Tobacco, Fig and| Cavendish .. ,, Loaf.. Cigars ., Snuff . Total . galls. 07007 15034 12007 3048 106430 78091 13054 352 80501 rails, nil 335179 lbs. 90106 1849 34006 1748, 127709J Nil. lbs. nil Ni! galls. 2957 794 50 nil Vi 1438 113 nil 47 galls. 108 05 00 21Û galls. 03942 14175 12401 3432 1016 2101 nil, 103648 77334 12941. 352 8003 7171 1C00 lbs. 7144 nil. 043 nil, 77S7 320318 lbs. 1927 580| 3941 300| 0757 lbs. 81035 1200 29422 1448 113165

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. ' LADY MORGAN AND.CARDINAL WISEMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 22 March 1851

ENGmSÍI EXTRACTS. ' LADY MORGAN AND.CARDINAL WISEMAN. It is a curious fact, ivt generally known,' that Cardinal Wiseman's earliest appearance in thc field of controversy yeas by a tract, entitled, " Remarks on Lady Morgan's State- ments Regarding St. Peter's Chair Preserved in the Vr.tican Basilic." The date of thc edition in my possession is 1833, but I believe, it first appeared in 1825. In the 2nd volume, page 283, of that lady's ".Italy"-which re- ceiver from Loni Byron the high, praise of " fearless and excellent"-is the following passage : The sacrilegious curiosity of thc French broke throuu'h all obstacles to their seeing tho chair of ¡it. Peter. They actually removed its superb casket, and discovered the relic. Upon its mouldering and dusty surface were traced carv ngs, which bore tho appearance of letters. Tho chair was quickly brought into a better light, tho dastand cobweb's removed, and tho inscription (for an inscription it was) faithfully copied. The writing is in Ara...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MORT AND BROWN'S PRODUE SALE. Thursday, 20th March, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 22 March 1851

MORT AND BRO AYN'S PRODUE SALE. Thursday, 20th March, 1851. Lot 1, C in diamond, 9 bales wool, ls. 31d. ; lot 2, skin, C, 5 bales, ls. 3R ; lot3, SM, 2 bales, ls. 2¿d. ; lot 4, samo mark, 4 bales,, ls. 2id. ; lot 5, grease, Uli conjoined, 10 bales, 7d. ; lot 0, handwasbed, P, 8 líalos, ls. 2£d. ; lot 7, D in diamond, 9 bales, ls. 3d. ; lot 8, JD, IS bales, ls. 3d. ; lot 9, handwasbed, AN, 5 bales, ls. 2ïd.; lot 10, skin, same mark, 1 bale, lld.; lot ll, same mark, 1 bale, ls. ld. ; lot 12, SK, 18 bales, ls. 2Jd. ; lot 13, skin, HW, 2 bales, ls. ljd. ; lot 14, OCC, 4 bales, ls. 2Jd. ; lot 15, skin and fleece, P, 2 bales, ls. OJd. ; lot 10, ARGYLE, 20 halos, ls. 2îd. ; lot 17, M over FS, 0 bales, ls 2}d.; lot 18, C, 8 bales, ls. Old. : lot 19, F RC under, 6 bales, ls. l$d. ; lot 20, mixed, JK M under, 1 bale, 9Jd. ; lot 21, skin, FL, 1 bale, ls. 2Jd. ; lot 22, handwashed, same mark, 1 bale, ls. 4*d. ; lot 23, half locks and half fleece, SM, 1 bale, HR ; lot 24, handwasbed, LO, 4 bales...

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHOLESALE MARKET PRICES. Sydney, March 21, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 22 March 1851

"WHOLESALE MARKET PRICES. Sydney, March 21, 1851. GRAIN.-Wheat, per bushel, Os. Od. to Cs. Od. The supply this week luis been small, and nh tho millers arc buying ; some wheat sold to-day as high as Os. Od. Barley, per bushel, 3s. to 3s. Od. Sales aro getting dull,, tho maisters aro giving over buying. Maize per bushel,'3s. 3d. to 3s. Od. Tho' supply is small, and thc samples very inferior. Oats per bushel, 2s. Od. to 3s. Nearly all tho stores aro without good samples, jPOULTRY.-Fowls, per couple, ls. Od. to ls. 10d., --¿no'demand, is increasing, and thc supply is daily decreasing. Thicks, per couple, 2s. to 2s, 3d. Good bints are in demand and sales are very brisk. Turkeys per couple, fis. to Os. Good cock birds aro iscarce,.and in demand. Geese, per couple, 4s. to fis. Very few.aro coming to market, and aro much enquired after..Hggs.'per dozen, Od. to lOd. The '.supply is largo/, .and; sales aro difficult to bo eflected. ;', ' - 1 DAiiiY.-rButtór,' per pound, lOd. to 14d. Tho supp...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 22 March 1851

Tho Australian has had a somewhat unsuccess- ful trip. She has been away n year'and foiir days, and only brings 800 barrels oil'. She 'has not .spoken any vessels connected with'these colonies for some tune past, The Nelson has been out only a short time from Cort ; sho has returned for repairs'.; v' i ' ' ' GEOGRAPHICAL DISCOVERY.-A NEW, ISLAND.-A very interesting discovery of a largo'island, en- tirely unknown, we believe, to navigators, was made in November last, by Captain William -M'Michaol, of the ship Montauk, while on his voyage from Sydney, N. S. AV., to Shanghae, China. It lies between the Loo Choo Islands and Japan, and occupies tho positions embraced by ?what are presented in tho ordinary Admiralty «diarts, as three distinct and small islets, termed respectively, Harbor, Bungalow, and Crown islands ; of which the two first named havo very nearly thc same moridian-about 130 deg. 0 min. .'Hast from Greenwich ; whilo Bungalow is in 28 dog. 20 min., and Harbor island in 20 d...

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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 22 March 1851

NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. Thc Cadet, for Panama via tho Auckland Isles, was nearly full. Tho. Shamrock, schooner, had left for Launceston. Tho Nautilus was discharg- ing ballast, to load for Launceston, Tho Skornc, brig, was under the shoot. Tho Theresa, shooner, had arrived from Port Stephens. ,

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To the Editor of the Empire, [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 22 March 1851

To the Editor of the Empire, Sm-If a man dies suddenly, and an intelligent jury find a verdict of died by the visitation of God, accelerated by intemperance, is it thej duty of tho Minister to refuse to read prayers over thé dead-which our Minister did on a recent occasion. Your answer will oblige, through your valuable1 Journal. 1 A RESIDENT, .ttl Port Macquarie, 18th Mardi. ? '?'(.?' [A fitter case for the decision of the Bishop Of >' Sydney, than for the judgment of a Newspaper: editor.-Ed. E.] . . -»<r;. 1,u

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE SCHOOL OF ARTS. To the Editor of The Empire. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 22 March 1851

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE SCHOOL OF ARTS. To the Editor of The Empire. Sm-We should be glad to be informed if the committee of thc School of Arts is doing anything, or intending to do anything, or even commencing to think that it should intend to do anything, res-, pecting the arrangement of a course of lectures for the present session ? In every properly conducted institution with which we have ever boen ac- quainted, thc committee took care previous to the commencement of tho season, to make arrange- ments for a regular series of lectures by compe- tent persons, paid or unpaid as tho case might be. The programme was then printed jn full, cir- culated amongst the members, and announced to tho general public. Hence the appearance of a business-like style of conducting affairs was kept up ; the members foreknew what was in prepara- tion, and could arrange their attendance accord- ingly ; and the public were stimulated to support an institution which took such pains to cater for it...

Publication Title: Empire
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 22 March 1851

APPOINTMENTS.--Ills Excellency tho Governor lias boon ploased to appoint tho undermentioned gentlemen to bo Magistrates of tho Territory ' and its dopondoncies, viz. :-Richard Sadlier. Esnuiro, of Liverpool. John Christie, Esquire, of the Mur- rumbidgee River, near Balranald.-yesterday's Gazette. tNSPKOTon or DisTiu.KniES.-His Excellonoy.the Governor has appointed Mr. William du Rcnzy, Chief Constable nt Surat, in tho district of Ma- jano», to be an Inspector of Distilleries,-lb.

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PROSECUTIONS OF THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 22 March 1851

PROSECUTIONS OP THE PRESS. It is not an insignificant fact, either to tho press or tlie public, that there should be, at this mo- ment, at least six of our colonial newspapers sub- jected to the action of tho libel law. Two of these papers are recently started ones-the Press and the Empire ; but tho Sydney Morning Herald is tho leading newspaper of NewjSouth "Wales, and is conducted not merely with ability but with judgment and prudence. And whatever opinions may bo formed of the course, conduct, and politics of our three Melbourne contemporaries, they are at least each of them in their way respectable newspapers ; and though our respected friend, tho Argus, has recently fallen into very intemperate habits, it would be a want of common candour to deny to it the possession of talent and energy. How comes it, then, that several of the most re- spectable and most able of our colonial journals are at this moment exposed to tho pains and penal- ties of a stringent law, which renders prop...

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PORT CHARGES, [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 22 March 1851

PORT CHARGES, »fcc. Custom House-entering about 20 dollars. Ditto clearing, about S dollars. Health Office-visiting fee, 20 dollars. Ditto each cabin passenger, 3 dollars. Ditto each steerágo passenger, 2 dollars. Hospital money. 20 cents per month per man. Harbour Master's iee 4 cents per ton. Pilotage 3 dollars per foot. Lightering, il dollars and 4 dollars por ton, of 40 cubic foot. . Ditto Lumber, per M, 0 dollars. "Wharfage, at Cunningham's Wharf,! including delivery lo any part of the city, 4 rdollars; per ton.-Francisco Daily Herald, January 17.

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CALIFORNIAN EXTRACTS. LIST OF RATES AND CHARGES ON FoREIGN AND HOME TRADE, AT THE PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO, AS ADOPTED BY THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SCHEDULE 1ST. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 22 March 1851

CALIFORNIAN EXTRACTS. LIST OF RATES AND CHARGES ON FÓR ' V! REIGN AND HOME TRADE, AT THE PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO, AS ADOPTED LIX THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. SCHEDULE 1ST. Rates of tommissipns on business with Foreign countries and with the Atlantic States, when no special arrangement exists. Commission on the salo of merchandise, with or without ,guarantoc.10 pv ct. Ditto on purchase and shipment of mer cliandisc, icit/«.funds in hand . C ,, Ditto without funds in hand. 10 Ditto on goods received on consignments and afterwards withdrawn-on invoice cost.. 5 pr. ct Ditto for endorsing bills.,. 2$ ., Ditto for purchase or sale of vcsspls...... ß ,, Ditto for procuring freight for vessels,.. C ,, . Ditto for collecting...,. fl ,, < Ditto for collecting general averago claims..'.. C ,, Ditto,for entering, clearing, and trans- Dollars, acting ships' businoss on vessels with cargo from Foreign ports......... 200 Ditto ditto from United States/ports IOU Ditto ditto on vcssels.in ballá...

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POLICE OFFICE.— FRIDATY, Before HIS Worship the Mayor, and the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 22 March 1851

POLIO« OFFJOE.-FBIPAT, Before DU Worship the Mayor, and the Police Magistrate. ? ROBBERT.-John Williams remanded on a charge of stealing wearing apparel, from the house of Mr. Bell, of Woolloomooloo, was committed for trial. RESISTING THE POLICE.-James White was fined 60s. for rescuing a prisoner from the custody of the police. There was no evidence of the pri- soner having used violence, and on that ground the Bench dealt with the case summarily. Before the Mayor, the Police Magistrate, and Ed RIMMONS ti. GAMMIE.-This long ponding case was replaced on the list by tim desire of Mr. Flood, and fixed for hearing this morning at ton o'clock. Mr. Brenan appeared for the complainant ; Mr. Nichols for tho defence. The question was whether an order for payment of money for thc support of an illegitimate child, made by a Court of Petty Sessions, at Ipswich, upwards of twelve months ago, was still in force-or whether it was compctctent' to complainant to apply for a fresh order. Tho case was...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 22 March 1851

passage, . Wharf ; or td FOR LAUNCESTON. : THE S C HO ONER PETREL, 100 tons, is now taking in cargo, and' will proceed to sea on Saturday weather permitting. -For.freight or apply on board, at Sydney Flour Mi GEORGE SMALL, 4, Jamison-street. .479 FOR OTAGO. CALLING AT WELLIKOTOX. ITV H E S <; H O O N E R A SCOTIA, .J. Ward, master. For freight or pas- sage apply on board, at the Circular Wharf; to .Mr. S. LYONS,"Charlotto-place; . ." or to ' THORNTON AND CHURCH, , ':. '. . " 'Custom House. FOR CALIFORNIA. ' : ' . TH E -fine American ship . ROBERT BOWNE, 505 tons, F. G. Cameron, commander, will succeed tho Martha!, and having 33283 the greater portion of lier cargo en- gaged, will sail with despatch direct for San Fran- cisco. ; ' This ship is now alongside tho Circular Wharf, where parties aro invited to inspect her accommo- dations. For-freight or passage apply to the master, on board ;,or to S. WILKINSON; Jun., 4"0 Macquarie-plaec. FOR MADRAS DIRECT. First Sliip of tho ...

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 22 March 1851

PROJECTED DEPARTURES. This Day-Blondo for Guam, via Newcastle, Alpha and George for tho South Sea Fisheries ; "Wild Irish Girl for Adelaide ; Henry Harbeck, for Sau Francisco, and Crishna for Guam.

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POLYNESIAN EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 22 March 1851

POLYNESIAN EXTRACTS. "Wno'n HE ?-Wc copy tho following from tho Polynesian, of January 25. Tho first named gen- tleman lias certainly a crack-jaw cognomen for a legislator : ' ' ELECTION* RETURNS.-Kamaikcrekane is elected from tho island of Molokai, and P. J. Julick from tho district of Waialua, on Oahu." COMPARISONS ARE ODIOUS.-The following cx tvactfi'om a notice of "Rowe's Olympic Circus," in the Honolulu Times, is about tho most extraor- dinary comparison wo have over seen gravely made. If it ho really true, a society for tho universal diffusion of Equestrianism should imme- diately supersede all existing missionary societies : "In à national point of view wo firmly bclievo that exhibitions like tin's tend more towards civi- lizing and " humanizing a semi-barbarous people. tlianTall the most thrilling pulpit eloquence ; and though missionary historiographers may ignore" ' tho cit use and yet take credit to themselves for'the' fact, we are not blind to, nor shall Ave bo -dumb upo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 22 March 1851

TENDERS FOR PRINTING THE REPORT OF THE BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. TENDERS for printing one thousand copies ol tho Report, tte. of tho Dencvolent Society (addressed to thc Secretary at tho Asylum), will be received until Tuesday next, at 12 o clock. Tho Report may be seen, and all other parti- culars ascertained by applying to the Master, at thc Asylum. GEORGE ALLEN, Secretary. Sydney, 20th March, 1831. Ö00 TEAS. HYSON Skin, chests, lialf-cuests, and quarters, best brands Black Tea, ditto Fine Ryson, in boxes Gunpowder, ditto Souchong and Pekoe, ditto S. PEEK & CO., 142 Importers and Dealers. TOBACCO. AVERY fine sample of keg Npgrohead. now landing, ex Thomas Arburthnot, and on salo at DIKSON'S TOBACCO AV A R E II O U SE, 404, OKOROK-STnEKT. fTlALLOW OIL.-The Undersigned cnn X confidently recommend tho above, ns being equal to any Sperm Oil, for giving a clear anil brilliantl ight. For machinery or other purposes, it is superior to Black or Sperm, not being liable to clog or thicken...

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'SETTLERS' WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 22 March 1851

'SETTLERS' WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT. ' " Whoat-^Córiti'mibs^v^ ; no deviation -in prices.- .* ' ":--f . ;Flour-Is firm at £15'for fine, and £1-4 seconds, per ton. " ': ':-''r ;Maizo-Good bid maize is worth 3s.[ Od. per busliol ; new do;, 3s. to 3s. 3d, English Earley-In demand. Cape Ditto-Not so brisk in sale, and prices have declined. Hay-Varies from £3 to £4 per ton. Butter-Is realizing from ls. to ls. 2d. per lb. Chceso-Scarce, and in demand. Bacon and Hams-Very scarce, and much en- quired after, if well cured. Eggs-Very frosh arc worth lOd per dozen. Fat Pigs-In good condition and small sizes, aro rory saleable. Fat Calves-Nominal. Fat Sheep-Tho market is well supplied, but primo ones will sell. ' Fat Cattle-The present supply is rather bare, a few good lots would sell well. Tnllow-In demand for shipment ; very little offering for sale. Hides-Largo size and well cured, sell readily at about ld. per lb. Tobacco-Sales improving, and prices steady. HENRY FERRIS, Commission Agent, Fi...

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THE EMPIRE. SYDNEY, SATURDAY, MARCH 22, J851. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 22 March 1851

THE EMPIRE. SYDNEY, SATURDAY, MARCH 22, J851. THE MORAL CHARACTER OF SYDNEY. THE Herald, of Wednesday last, had a leading article on certain ^efàhïa.tpry re- marks respecting the. moral character of Sydney, said to . haVe been uttered by Lord Ashley, at a recent Emigration Meeting, held somewhere in England. Our contemporary is unusually and righte- ously indignant at these " slanders " of his lordship, and-always great upon statistics-threatens to overwhelm him with an array of facts and figures one of these days, which1 will infallibly " demon- strate the true state. ófj'¡tíie,,case " to be widely different from^thct-'dismal portrai- ture he draws of w.äJil^^l^lG^d^öiir friend's statistical astiUeiiess-,r_pnjvblfls him to anti- cipate his forthcomuïg.îhoïialTccnsus with one fact of unanswerablqrcögency, viz., that " in proportion to;tlieirj'i'çSpéctivo number of inhabitants, ' Sydney ,"has more than double thc number of clergymen possessed by London." To be sure, there is a po- pu...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE, PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 22 March 1851

/'ÖÖMMBRCUL INTELLIGENCE, PRODUCE CIRCULAR. :o . . ' The armai of the ship Garland.brings ne ws of .;thé London wool sales up to the 28th November, which puts us in possession of the fact anticipated, 'that prices would continue tobe fully maintained ; and op some descriptions there was a further" ad 'yance of id. per lb. on tho opening quotations. This intelligence, together with the very good pro- spects of trade gonerally, has had a good effect upon the public sale of wool here during the week, andan advance of Jd. perlb. over last week'sprices has been obtained upon bright and well-condi- tioned clips. Tallow, hides, and sheepskins, still command former rates, and arrivals aro very limited. Tho following is an account of my salo by auc- tion yesterday : 8 bales, scoured, F, 13id; 7 ditto, scoured, TJM, 14d. ; 2 ditto, scoured, B, 14d. ; 20 ditto, skin, GD, Hid. ; 30 ditto, OL, 15Jd. ; 12 ditto, F ! and F, 15|d. ; 7 ditto, CB, löid. ; 7 ditto, G in diamond, 15id. ; 2 ditto, G in ...

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