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DOMESTIC. Abstract of Auction Sales. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 21 January 1851
DOMESTIC. Abptraot of Auction Sales. THIS DAY. J. G. CODEN, ali his Booms, Gosnell's Perfumery, Toys, Fancy Articles, &o. ' . Mo nT AND Br.owN, at "Willis's Stores, Negrohead Tobacco. lînwAnD SALAMON, at bis Boom3, Best Quality Needles, Jewellory, Timopioces, Brushes, Duur Knockers, _ Copper Mails, Tinder Boxes, aud sundry, articles lu Hardware. SAMUEL LYONS, nt his Booms, Bridles, Saddles, , Whips, ll) Bales Wool, Steel Bibbed Umbrellas, Family Carriage. S. SOLOMON, v1: i i o Besidence of Mr. Q.Viyer, . Cautlereiitfli-streot, Household Furniture, l'iunoforte, Glass, Kitoheu Utensils.
Police Office. Monday, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 21 January 1851
. Polioe Office.- . ; . ., .?.Monday, January¡20. . ,. .. BEFORE the Mayor and Police Magistrate. ; DRUNKARDS.-The boisterous votaries of Bacchus1 mustered in full force;1 and «vere ' dealt with by the authorities in the ordinary , manner.1 ' \ ' ' ; '.r ? MALICIOUSLY DESTROYING PROPERTYI --Margaret Entier "waa foimd guilty of drun- ; kenness and disorderly conduct in Market street; at an early - hour on Sunday morning. She was ordered to pay the amount of dam- age sustained by. Mr. Ward, whose window» i she had broken, or to atone for ber defalca- tions by a short seclusion in Darlinghurst Hermitage. " ' ' A SLACK METHOD OF DANCING ON THE TIGHT ROPE.-Monsieur La Rosieru, for- merly the A 1 of the Circus ie York-street, appeared at the instance of one John Glover for fading to ' comply with the terms of an ! agreement previously entered into, wherein the defendant had guaranteed to teach the hopeful scion of Glover's house those various t arts of equestrianism, rope-dancing, and tum...
COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 21 January 1851
COASTERS INWARDS.,..' January'20;'-Lapwing, 20,' Jackson, froni Shoalhaven, with ll. tons potatoes, 200 buáh'els maize, 100 bushels5whéat¿: 12 tubs' butter ;. Orca- dian, 14, Laughton, from the Hawkesbury, with 300 bushels 'wheat, 259 bushels "oats/ 161 bushels maize, 8 bushels peas'; Océan'Qneen,' 40, M'Gee, from the Tweed River, with 2100 feetcedar; Elizabeth Coben,: 43>f-Watson, from Port Mac- quarie, with 45 bales wool, 70 bags maize ; Rose; .31, Scott, from the ' Manning River, with 550 bushels corn, 1600 feet hardwood, 10O bushels wheat, 9 tons ' cheese, 3 casks tallow ; Oolus, 48, Walls, from the Tweed, with 93,000 feet cedar; Bride, 19," Shakeshaft,'from the Hawkesbury, with £33 bushels maize, 24 bags oats, 20 bags wheat, " 300 shingles, 300Ö feet; timber . Elisabeth Jane, 43; Easton/from Port Macquarie, with 32 bales wool, 4 casks beef, 3 cask* tallow," 6 boxes'cheese, 1300 staves, 40 packages furniture ; Juliet, 68, Rogers; from the Tweed River, with 30,000 feet cedar; ...
COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 21 January 1851
COASTERS OUTWARDS. January 20.-Australia, 10, Monaghan, for Botanyï in ballast; Trial, 23, Bamford, for Ray- mond terrace, in ballast; Elizabeth, 36, Teri, for Newcastle, in ballast and with' sundries ; Norma/ 33, M'Donald, for the Tweed River, in ballast ; Cricket Player, 12, Loutit, for the Hawkesbury, with sundries j Dove, 13, Vallack, for Shoalhaven and Bateman's Bay, in ballast.
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 21 January 1851
IMPORTS. January 20.-Prince of Wales, brig, 112 tons, . Captain W. Innen, from Port Albert, 24 casks beef, J. S. Willis ; 10 casks beef, G. Small ; 64 bags sugar,"Thorne and Sparkes; 2 hogsheads claret. E. Salamon ; 35 tons rook salt, 22 bales of wool, Gilchrist and Alexander ; 23 bales wool, Smith Brothers and Co.; 17 bales wool, J. W. Gosling j 10 bales of wool, Flower Salting and Co.; 14 bales wool, James Kayraond. January 20-Deslandes, schooner, 143 tons, Captain Bertram, from Adelaide : 80 tubs New- foundland codfish, 18 bags coffee.
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 21 January 1851
EXTORTS.. January 20.-Iris, cutter, 75 toni, «J. 1. Peacock,'for the South Sea'Islands, 1 bale calico, 32 bags flour, 10 bags corks. The Favorite brig, 21 bales wool, 9000 feet pine, 900 staves, and 1 cask tallow. The Prince of Wales left the Albert, of Hobart Town, Captain Taylor, and' 'the' Mary Ann, of Hobart Town, at Tort Albert. The Six Brothers brings no further nows of any importance. The Priamers ketch sailed from' Tahiti for Sydney, on Um 19th December, to be followed by the Johnson, Captain Hamson on the 26th for the same destination.' ' Tho Deslnndes has made a fair passage consi- dering tho wonther she had to encounter,'she had a heavy gale of wind in Bass's Straits, and was compelled to run for it. Since leaving Hogan's Group, she had hazy thick weather and made Botany Heads first land.
TRANSPORTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 21 January 1851
TRANSPORTATION. A somewhat curious little volume has been received in the colony, entitled " Speeches of the Right Hon. Earl Grey, on the second and third readings of a Bill for the better Government of Con- vict Prisons, extracted from Hansard's! Parliamentary Debates." A very few of these caskets of eloquence have reached the colony, and this few have come under j the directions of the noble Earl's own j hand. The speeches in question were copied at considerable length into the co- lonial papers at the time of their delivery, but Hansard's Report supplies a rich and extensive fund of wisdom, touching the disposal of the convicts of tho mother country, and a luminous developemont.of the noble Secretary's peculiar doctrines on the duties and obligations of the colo- nies in the matter, which could not be guessed at from those abridgements. We shall give a few choice passages from Lord Grey's Speeches to-morrow, which will go far in showing how much his heart is set on seducing the r...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 21 January 1851
Vj ' ADVEjlipSEMENTS; ,;;':", y ~ ? ^f^ä^k^Vq., -; . ,:,. -..v.;" ,r'j x . ,ot> (ilüOiii!/.f. i . ( -i. . ..-. .* JUST £A^DE^ UOMAN^EMPEROR. -j-1. ; fy.f -iv^.'iT, OU TOBACCO,!a/lRii(( CSF, ,ô.\o.;if /ifstittïd ?ât- ,tmdtr : !' £tBRA'ND¡*¡ &lt;v-'-,W> , îooTr olûd very superior, quality/ .and ..nearly;: equal W ¡ti.fi"» BARRETTS TWIST, rand with the exception of ^sdiaS that; article, the best lot in the market. . fooa J. M. LEIGH, ? - . Tobacco and Cigar Establishment, 524, George-street.. iSS"" Buyers of Tobacco, are requested, before they pay the high.price now asked for Barrett's-' Twist, to call and see the. above. MONET, ßESPECTABLE parties . requiring loans of greater amount than. FIVE POUNDS may bo. accommodated on MODERATE TERMS,by the under- signed. J. KV HEYDON, Licensed Pawnbroker, . 78, King-street. . , , N.B.-Privacy ensured.-The principal always at home. 92 JUST PUBLISHED. . ' PRICE SIXPENCE. SPEECH on the Australian Colonies Bill, be- fore the London Col...
Agents for the Empire. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 21 January 1851
Agento for the Empire. BATHURST.-Mr, Charles James, bookseller, Wil- liam-street ; and Mr. J, R. Jones, George street. DuNona.--Mr. Thomas Hanna, Postmaster. DAPTO.-Mr, John M'liae, storekeeper. GUNDAGAI.-Mr. II. M. Turnbull, ditto, MURRURUNDI.-Mr. A. Brodie^ Postmaster. PORT FA HIT.-Mr. Edmund Gleeson, storekeeper. PARRAMATTA.-Mr. Jlugh Taylor. GKAFTON, CLARENCE RtVER.-Mr. William Pal- mer, Grafton Hotel, "WINDSOR.-Mr, Robert Stewart, Watchmaker, George-street, MORETON BAY.-Mr; William Smith, North Brisbane. Agents will be appointed in all other parts of the Colony, as soon as practicable.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 21 January 1851
' inrniia iitroxtoEírot v «»., .. ARRIVALS, : vi.'. Jil JjMmnry 2p.-Prince of Wales, bri© 113 Captain W. Innen, from fort Albert.oii tbe lfejbh instant. Passengers-Mri Combe; and Mr. Simon Clarke, wife and child. I . ? ; : January, 20.-Six Brothers,, brigantine; 147 tons, Captain E. T. BarnesUÏrôm Siiri Francisco, the 25th November, arid Tahiti the ,22nd De- cember, in .'ballast. Passengers-Mr. Janies Donaldson and.Mr. Lewii Brodziak. Steerage Mr. and Mrs. Deane, and child, Mr. and Messrs. Hickey and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Maley and child, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Swan, Miss Campbell, G-arty, Nestor, Lamb, Cassidy, Som- merville, Wilson' Mackey, Price, Turner, Nance, and Brierly. rJannary.20.-Favorite, schooner, 96 tons,.Cap- tain Sterioker, from Moreton Bay, 15th instant. Tassengera-^Mr, arid;Mrs. Parkes, Mr. Beck, Mr. Bowler,-Mr..M'Keon, and two.in the-steerage., January 20-Deslandes, schooner, .143 tons, Cap taîn Bertram from Adelaide, ! 1th' instant'.
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 21 January 1851
DEPARTURES. '""January 20;-Antoniö, brigj 250 tons, Captain Hkirianni'for tno South Sei' Islands. Tassengers -íMr's'.' Kéntí 'M'r. V. Protois,' Mr;' Jagqrë, Mr^ Niblerr Mr; and Mrs. Dirkmäniti "? Mrs. John Antonio Siveriske,Jonasolson, John Rawell, Mr. wrights - 1 : ' ' ? ' 1 ' ' - 1 T> r January 20l--IrÍ9, cutter, 75 tons, J. T. Tea cock, for the. South Sea Islands. ,
Californian Extracts. (From the Alta California, October 15.) [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 21 January 1851
.1 . .»^^v;- OaUfornUn Extraot«. j . ./. (Frpm ihe Alta Califfania,- October''1*5./ ,, ,(b THE DEAD.-We agree fully with the just remarks which follow. They are from the placer Times of Saturday.- How many affectionate friends are even now living in - the States and in Europe, in that most terri ble state of doubt and fearful uncertainty which .the long silence 'of those they Jove, and who are far away, in this country, has created in their, minds. The known .death, of those whom our hearts dote on, is a sorrow and affliction,, bitter .enough and one . which they only, can fully appreciate who have- seen the bright sunshine of their life grown black and blank in the terrible shadow pf the great destroyer's wings, who have feit their hearts wither as his breath' has poured its blight upon those dear ones whose existence and presence made their life and.their world. ' But there is a situation in which the certain &lt; knowledge pf a friend's death is not near as afflictive as ...
INTERIOR. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 21 January 1851
INTERIOR. MURDER.-On Saturday last, a man named Thomas Young, a cooper, nt. Ipswich, was stabbed with a knife by a man named David Semple, aiid died almost immediately. It appears that Semple WRS labouring under same jealous feelings.regarding the conduct of bis wife and the deceased, and the latter coming to Sem pie's house; and' challenging him out to fight, Semple rushed mit and stabbed him. An investigation has been held, and David Semple committed to take his trial for wilful murder.--Moreton Bay Courier. HUMAN REMAINS.--A. few weeks ago, a man nnmed M'Cartliy found a skull, and other portions of human remains, at Pikedale, the station in charge of Mr. Fitz, arid they are supposed to be the remains of a China- man who disappeared in a mysterious manner about twelve months ago. An investigation has been held by William Mackenzie, Esq., J.P., but the result . has not transpired. Communicated.-Ibid., On Friday, Capt. Stericker, of the schooner Favorite, was fined 5s., with 2s. 6d....
THE EMPIRE. TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1851. THE FUTURE REPRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 21 January 1851
TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1851. ^ f HE FUTURE REPRESENTATION.11 . ... . . -. . . ' . »lin« I ÎHÈ division, of . iiiè Colony into electoral districts, soltó to carry out the new Fran- chise in all its integrity is a question re- quiring immediate and careful discussion. It will not do to wait until the matter be countenanced by the liberal party in the Council," for the only countenance it is ..ever likely to receive from that party, is, an attempt to smother the New Constitu- tion altogether^ ostensibly, on the ground of, its conceding; too little/Vu it in, reality, because it in one ^respect, . concedes too mitch. Of the incipiency of such a plot, the public have already ., been informed through the .medium of this journal ; and ..if we allow things to go on as.they are, perhaps the next thing we shall hear; will be the maturity of this plot in the Buccessful realization of its object. Let 'no_ mdiiference, then, on !pur part be construed .into'an argument for the purpose ; .but rathor ...
Commercial Report. Messrs. Mort and Brown's Thursday's sale. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 21 January 1851
.... .. i.i. M i lJ^i.>^,Vi I ...-----TT---TT"-1 [ . . . Oonunsrolml B«porir) ifejtnffldrtßnd Brown's Thursday's Salty *LoÇ ilWj àÔ ; bale», 1$. lid.; grease, lot 3. ' RYD* V bale¿:.8d..; broken, lot 4, C, 2 bales lifd.; akin, lot 5, JM, 2 bales, ll$d.; grease lot «, T.and Co:, 26 bales, 6|d. lot,7. GMD,... 38 b»le*, ls. 2|d.i lot 8, HS and Co. in ob- long, 9 bales, ls. 2d.; lott, HL and Co. in oblong; 6 b»Ies, ls. lfd.; lot 10, XA, 37 bales, ls. 2d,; lot 13, EM, 24 bales, ls. lid.; lot 14, 2 in double triangle, 3 bales, ls. ld.; lot 15, O in double triangle, 4 bales, ls. ld.; lot 16, AM, ls. ld.; lot 17, JM, 2 bales, ls. IR; lot 18, GE, 20 bales, ls. 2R; grease, lot 19, MD conjoined, 13 bales, 6&d.; ditto lot 20, WO, ll bales, 6üd.; b.oken, Jot 21, HB and C in oblong, 1; bale; Pd.; lot 22, C in triangle, JFJELp, 15 bales, ls. ld.; skin,Jot 23, C. in diamond JFJELD, 2 bales, lt. ld.; laihbi, lot 24, GMD, 3 bales, ls.2¿d; lot 25, AMA, 25 bales, ls. 2d,;, grease, lot 27, W,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 21 January 1851
T" ,.wvv&wto* pr rnAVP y Tt THE Undersigned hos the sincerest pleasure ? jn being able to apprise the Public pf New South Waies, that theRight 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 . counter- feiting of Holloway's Medicines ; that, in confor- mity with such instructions, his Excellency the Governor has caused the. BRITISH STAMPS BILL , .. to be introduced into the Legislative Council ; and that the Representatives of the People, by passing the measure without a Bingle dissentient voice, haye adopted tho views of the Imperial Govern- ment. ? Under the provisions of this law it will in fu- ture be . ; » A FELONY . to counterfeit the. Stamps affixed to the valuable medicaments prepared by Professor' Holloway; but, in order to make "assurance-doubly sure," Mr. Hollow...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 21 January 1851
Fer Adelaide Direct. To follow tte Wild Irish Girl, t! 4&k. . HP HE FAVORITE PACKET 1 BRIG LOUISA, ^^^^s^" 182 tons, W. Heslop, Com- mander. ; ,7 . This fine vessel, for many years known* in the colonial trade as a favourite packet, is hourly ex- pected, and will have despatch. Freight and pas- sengers will be taken by her as low as by any vessel to Adelaide. JOHN MACNAMARA, 123 Queen-street. For Port Cooper, the New Canterbury Settle- ment. ? JlJt>^rV HE fine first-class Ship /flSffiyL: SALA CIA, &lt;&/M(wffl/h 844 *ons register, Captain Brown. ^4ÈUS§BMf^ The undersigned having chartered jggjggssMs^ this vessel, and will proceed in her himself, presents an eligible opportunity to shippers of horses ; a limited quantity of freight will be .taken, CHARLES SIDEY, At Buyers and Lochhead's Harrington-street. Mr. SIDEY intends to commence business as General Commission Agent at Port Cooper, and will be happy to receive goods and stock on con- signment. 126 rjp ...
SHIPS' MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 21 January 1851
SHIPS' MAÏLS.:, Xóndon.-General, Hewitt, on vyeapesaay: Evening, at 6.o'clock., ;;;f , -ii .-.1 .v .. . Sán'Franciscó.-^Cameo, this evening,, at 6 o'clock"!' ,t':'/»-j.; vvii-- ...?.".?..j ' i . . " ManiUâ.-Patagonia, this day at noon. South Sea.-^Tris, this day. ; , > , . JarVa.-^Caroline Agnes, this day. r. - By the Commodore this evening at,6 o'clock.
"AUSTRALIAN SPORTING MAGAZINE." [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 21 January 1851
"AUSTRALIAN SPORTING MAGAZINE." &nbsp; The January number of this periodical, has issued from the press, and contains the usual variety of sporting and general matter, in ad- dition to two admirably executed engravings by Harris, viz :-A Squatter's Head Station, and a Blackfellow getting up a Gum Tree. FINE ARTS.-Mr. Delohery who was re- cently dismissed from the Chief Clerkship in the Police Office on a solitary charge of inebriety (indulged (?) is in his own house) is now canvassing public patronage as a Portrait Painter-how different is his fate to that of a quondam-coadjutor, who upon an occasion of great importance displayed himself to the populace in a state of beastly intoxication, and maudlin incapability, but who, having ex- cited government sympathy, has actually been promoted in the service, and is now, as here- tofore, a step above Mr, Delohery, practising very " Fine Arts" indeed. &nbsp; An inquest was held on Saturday last on the body of a young woman, ...