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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 24 March 1851

X STUAV Cmt.n.-A child about two years and a half old was found in George-street, yesterday forenoon, wholly without protection. The little f.Mlow was immediately conveyed to the Receiving Y/aiuhlioiise, where he partook heartily of bread a-id tea, and was carefully attended to. until the parents were discovered, which was sometime to v/ui-iH evening. Instances of this kind arc of almost daily occurrence, andas they betoken gross nosrlcet on the part of the parents, We hope that ¡«ome means of a legal nature may.be adopted to remedy the evil.

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 24 March 1851

FOR OTAGO. CALLING AT WELLINGTONS 11 H E SCHOONER SCOTIA, J. Ward, master. For freight or pas- sage apply on board, at the Circular Wharf; to Mr. S. LYONS, Charlotte-place ; or to THORNTON AND CHURCH, Custom House. T FOR CALIFORNIA. H E fine American ship ' ROBERT BOWNE, 505tons, F. G. Cameron, commander, will succeed the Martha, and having the greater portion of hor cargo en- gaged, will sail with despatch direct for San Fran- cisco. This ship is now alongside the Circular Wharf, where parties are invited to inspect her accommo- dations, i , . For freight or passage apply to tho master, on board ; or to S. WILKINSON; Jun., .¿70 Macquaric-placo. T FOR MADRAS DIRECT. First Ship of the Season through Torres Straits. HE FIRST CLASS SHIP SCOTIA, 800 tons, T. Strickland, will bo des- patched punctually on the 10th April, and presents an excellent opportunity for horses and other freight to that port, as well as for passengers proceeding to England by tho overland mail. Apply on board, to...

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 24 March 1851

DEPARTURES., ", . --.March 22.-Wild Irish Girl, brig, 125, tons, Captain Walter R. Todd, for Adelaide. ? Passen- gers-Mr. T. II. Coxon, Mr. ? Philliks, Mi*, and Mrs. Stevens and one son, Mr. and Mrs. Row, one son, and two daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Royal, and two daughters, Miss. Smith, Anthony Chap- man. March 22.-nonry Harbeck, U.S. barque, 398 tons, Merwin, for San Francisco via Hobart Town. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Martin, Mr. James Brown, Mr. Smith, Mr. Stanley and three daugh- ters, Mr. Hugh M'Nab, Mr. James Reynolds, Mr. O'Flaherty, Catherine Bradly, and Elizabeth Riley. March 22.-Woodlark, whaling barque, Captain .loseph Kondale, for tho South Sea Fisheries, with whaling stores. March 23.-Alpha, barque, 368 tons, Captain William Leo, for the Whaling . Grounds, in ballast. « March 23.-Lucy Ann, whaling barque, 214 rons, Captain James Lovett, for tho South Sea Fisheries, with whaling scores.

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ABSTRACT OF AUCTION SALES THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 24 March 1851

ABSTRACT OF AUCTION SAWS THIS DAYt MR. n. A. GRAVES.-At * Sussex-street, North, I Household Furniture and Effects. ? ' MR. C. NEWTON,-At his Rooms, at eleven o'clock, 54 Crates and Casks of Earthenware and China. MESSRS. MORT AND BROWN-,-At* their' rooms, at eleven o'clock, Two Cottages.at Balmain, Two Houses at Strawberry Hill, a Cottage and House at Double Bay, a Cottage and Land in Crown street, Surry Hills, 1857 Fine AVooled Sheep, 2880 Acres of Land, situated at the junction of the Paterson and Alleyn Rivers ; on the ground, Macquarie Place, at three o'chjck, Building Materials. MR. A. MOORE.-At the Labour"Bazaar, .at eleven o'clock, Household Furniture, Ö0 cases Apples, Horse Drag, «fee. Mu. PICKERING.-At his mart, at eleven o'clock, I Dried Schnapper, «te.. Unredeemed Pledges.

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT-FRIDAY. EQUITY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 24 March 1851

LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT-FRIDAY. EQUITY. nOSKINO AND ANOTIIBB'V. IIC0IIE3 AND OTlIEn». Tho Primary Judge, Mr. Justice TiiEnny. pro- nounced judgment in this important case, in_ which a disputed claim to a very largo amount of property arose under the will of the late Mr. Samuel Terry, between Mrs. Hosking, claiming' as heiress-at-law of tho testator, and certain . devisees claiming under a codicil in his will. The. case was argued on two former days by Mr. Foster, Mr. Darvall, and Mr. Smyth, for the plaintiff«; and by tho Solicitor-General, Mr. Broadhurst;* ' Mr. Donnelly, and Mr. Meymott, for the de- fendants. The late Samuel Terry by his will.' dated -the 2uth of October, 182-1, devised unto Ids sou Edward Terry his several estates and lands situate at Five Islands, Bathurst, and the Devil's Back, or Eastern Creek, respectively ; also his estate called Boxhill andMount Pleasant, and all other his lands, and hereditaments of every des- cription not therein-before disposed of...

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MORETON DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 24 March 1851

MORETON DAY. BY the steamer Tamar, we have received files of the Moreton Bay journals, from which we select some few items of interest. I The singular aspect which the labour ' question had assumed does not appear to have a "very harmonising influence on the feelings of the district. Letter-writers in the local papers were creating a tea-kettle Babel on the subject ; some were all opposition to convicts but very well dis- posed towards tractable Chinamen ; others strong advocates for transportation, but quite eloquent in denouncing the " yellow and beastly' strangers." Of the consé- quences likely to he socially felt from the introduction of these pagan labourers, a somewhat alarming evidence is recorded in the papers before us. A correspondent in the Free Press of the 11th writes from Ipswich thus. NINB O'CLOCK, WEDNESDAY EVENING.-A fearful attack has hoon made this evening upon a number of the lately arrived Chinese. I have just seen four who aro dnngorously wounded in tho head, o...

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 24 March 1851

EXPORTS. March 22.-Froak, brig, 221 tons. Captain Henry Hums, for Guam : "175 tons coals. ''"' ' ?'

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE EMPIRE: SYDNEY, MONDAY, MARCH24, 1851. THE SUICIDAL MEASURES OF OUR WEALTHIER- CLASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 24 March 1851

THE EMPIßE: SYDNEY, MONDAY, MARCH24, 1851. THE SUICIDAL MEASURES OF OUR WEALTHIER- CLASSES. The most striking feature of Australian history, and the one from which the most instructive lessons may he derived, is the singular instability among us of power and riches. The startling and sweeping vicissitudes which have chequered the lives of many -of the colonists, attest, in a re- markable manner, the unsleeping opera- tion and inerrability of the principle of retribution in all hitman affairs. The daisy may be trodden Aindcr foot in the field, the reed may be bruised and broken by the river's side ; but tho weed of the garden, though it nourish for a day, will, sooner or later, be plucked branch and root from the soil. "The race is not always to the swift, nor ,tho battle to the sfrong, " truly ; and the virtuous and hard-striving have gone down with sorrow and groy hairs to the grave, in New South Wales as well as in older countries. But moro frequently has the seeming strength of t...

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 24 March 1851

FREEHOLD PROPERTY, NORTH SHORE. ' IIO BE SOLD, by Private Contract, a . handsome Villa. "Residence on tho North Shore, opposite Sydney Cove. The house is roomy and stands on five acres of land. A party is ready to_ take it for a term of years, at a rental which will make a return of 8 per cent, to a purchaser, should ho not wish to reside in it. Enquire of MICHAEL METCALI-U, Custom House, Sydney. March 22. 51G N SALE, BY THE 'UNDER- SIGNED Fresh Snlmon, inl and 21b. tins Sardines, largo and small tins Anchovio Pasto Bloater Pasto Pickled Salmon Red Herrings, in tina Primo Pickled Herrings Ling Fish Gongona Anchovies, At FREDERICK STEAVART'S, _ 17, Hunter-street. TÎTRIT1NG DESKS.-Russia leather Ne ? T Plus Ultra, rosewood and mnhogany, plain and brass strapped ditto. HENRY PARKES, Hunter-street. THE utmost value lenton Portable Property at tho lowest rate of interest, at the PAWN OFFICE, Adjoining the Labour Bazaar. A letter addressed to AV. G. MOORK will meet with immediate attentio...

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 25 March 1851

; COASTERS INWARDS. Mardi 24.,-r-Glariasa, GO, Campbell, from New- castle, with GO tons coals, 21 bales wool ; Brothers, 37,'M'Caulëy, from Newcastle, with 30 tons coals; 1'aglo, 28, Tyrrell, from Newcastle, with 900 bushels wheat, 308 bushels corn, 1 ton potatoes ; Trial, 40, Bamford,'from Newcastle, with 300 bushels barley, 1100 bushels wheat ; Currency .Lad,-21, Speir's, from "Brisbane Water, with 468 bushels sholls ; Rose of Eden, 60, Buckland, from tho M'Leay River, with'1000 bushels maize,', 100 bushels wheat,'2 oases tobacco, 1 cask tallow, 100 staves; Orlus, 48, "Watts;, from the Tweed River, with 25,000 foot cedar ; Charles Webb,. 24, Brown, from Kiama, with 140 kegs butter, 7 hides, 1000 feet timber, 100 bushels grain ; Magnet, 17, Samuels, from Brisbane Water, with 490 bushels shells ; Orcadian, 14, Laughton, from the Hawkes- bury River, with 530 busnels maize, 120 bushels oats ; Phamtom, 23, Settrce, from Brisbane Water, with 11,000 feet timber, 12,000 shingles ; A'ictor...

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 25 March 1851

PARLIAMENTARY NATURAL PHILOSO- PHY.-Condensation of vapour takes place when the newspapers epitomise Mr. Disraeli's speeches. Evaporation occurs (among honor- able members) whenever Mr. Chisholm Anstey rises to speak. Evolution of heat is invari- ablyoccasioned when anybody comes into .collision with Lord Brougham.-Punch. " Mr. Brown, I owe you a grudge, re- member that !" " I shall not be frightened then, for I never: knew you to pay anything that you owed;" One of the hours each day wasted on trifles or'indolence, saved and daily devoted to im- provement, is enough to make an ignorant man wise in ten years-to provide the luxury of intelligence to a mind torpid from the lack of thought-to brighten up and. strengthen faculties perishing, with rust-to make life a fruitful field, and death a harvest of glorious deedki

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 25 March 1851

COASTERS OUTWARDS. March 24.-Currency Lad, 21, Spears, for Bris- bane AVäter, in bailast ; Pompey, 45, Cathrey, for rho Hunter's Hiver, in ballast and with sundries ; Australia, 45, Williams, for Newcastle, in ballast ; Magnet, 17.'Samuel, for Brisbane Wator, with sutulrics ; Clarissa, 00, Campboll, for Newcastle, in ballast ; Victory, 10, Fisher, for Brisbane Water, in ballast ; Phantom, 23, Scttreo, for Bris- bane AA'ater, in ballast ; Jenny Lind, 33, Farns- worth, for Morpoth, in ballast and with sundries'; Hrothcrs, 27, ii'Cauley, for Newcastle, in ballast ; C'arolino¿r*2y, Prider.ifpr Ncwcastlo, with sundries..

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIP'S MAILS. CLOSING AT THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 25 March 1851

SHIP.'S MAILS. CLOSING AT THU POST OFPICK. London-Undaunted, thia day, at noon ; Tamar, this evening, at six o'clock. . . . . San Francisco-Adirondack, ToTmorrow evening, at six o'clopk.

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 25 March 1851

Ladies don't know whether they like smoking ,or not; with special favourite^ ,,, "they like it;" with general favourites, ' '. they dou't dislike it sud with no favouo ,;t i{ itcs, "they <J|e$est U." '??-Mt*

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIARY. MEMORANDA TO NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 25 March 1851

DIARY. MEMORANDA TO NBXT PUBLICATION. MARCH. HUN. risos. I sots. 25 I TUESDAY, I 0 4 j 5 50" HIOH WATBR. morn, i even, I 0 48 j 1 12 Now Moon, 4 38 A.M., April 2.

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To the Editor of the Empire. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 25 March 1851

To the Editor of the Empire. I Sin-Tho importance of a subject which is one that so nearly affects us all, and which has caused j moro than i\n ordinary degree of excitement, tho Disease in Cattle, and tho fact that no definite conclusion has been arrived nt, induces mo to hazard an opinion in tho matter. From wlyit I havo seen of cattle dying around Sydney, and in other parts.of:the.colony, (which has been attributed to;^thU xmkiK>wn disease,) T am convinced tliat.â fürfeit^oyßlovcr is tho simólo and only cause. It is aJ well-known fact that clover,, when eaton after1iheavy "dows or rain, will cauBo, death; attended ¡with' such symptoms as those described''by "Mr'.-Walkcr ; and as there are very fcw^'iiaddock^u'round' Sydney but clover is . growing 'tti y b'm'ó citent in t boni ,? I think tho matter . is dos'crvitíg 'óf'conSidorntion; ' Clover lids only of ' lat$ y!carjs^nád0l'ító',appearanco on Bathurst Plains, .liavm,gbçonl'parri6d' arid deposited by the floods. 'It/ihay^bb^th...

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 25 March 1851

CLEARANCES.; March 24.-Undaunted,-barque, 301 'tons,-. Cap-, tain Alexander Walker, for London. Fassenger Captain S. C. Leek. March 24.-Tamar, barque, 556 tons, Captain T. C. Stayner, ' for London.. Passengers-Mrs. Stayner, Miss Stayner, Mr. Dawes, Mr. and Mrs. Stephens, Mr'.andMrs; Wathen, son, and'daughtcr, Mr. AVhito^ MrSi*-Coombes. Mr.. W. Sanderson, Mr. Thoma's M'Clelland, Mr. William Adams."

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 25 March 1851

PRO JEOTED JDEPARTÜRESÍ ; ; S' The Crishna, for. Gtaanv^rtbÀMUndaun^^ tandou. ' - *údvr\<r.h:tib -....}' :..--¡T; - .: . .? - ^_-III.. I,.,.- I.:

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To the Editor of the Empire. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 25 March 1851

. . 'To'the .?Editor of t/u¡ Empire. , i ' SiR-^Ar political association; if'properly oort" (Stituteit and vigorously woidced,.maybe the. moans ¡ of emancipating, the people of thiá''colony from alf >ttó,'p^ôljtiQal'.o'vliV7lhdci. which''they1'1 aro writhing ¡at Mhb I present( timo,'; ¿ind ' of ps'tóblistyin'gtue iii-1 . stjtutiohs pf tins' 'Wino'to country' itî»oïi' á' (Solid and .V8atisfadtÓBy.1)a8Íál'',n';' '.' ."';'r:;'.'l '; dlh-rM .'.'/ .>:>-. V Nécewávillyjílioso'who take tbic loäd'lmooraning ."an'association*of this kind must! liävp r'ijn. 'intolli ,gent eoniprchdhsiori of our acftial Apolitical cbndi tibn'and requirements.' Lct'siich ty'ö'njcöiüöboldly, 'but-hot .^offensively 'Torward; ?preph'rcd' with' 'pro- positions,'well ^sustained by argument. This U absolutely imperativo bn tho formation pf tho as- sociation, On 'Tuesday 'evening. A Committee of such mon should! be'appointed.1 This cpmmitteo should look put for 'and' appoint for their Secre- tary a man willin...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXTIRPATION OF THE NATIVE DOG. To the Editor of the Empire. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 25 March 1851

EXTIRPATION OF THE 'NATIVE DOO. To ' the' Editor of ' the ' Empire. - '...Bm-Mr.' Hóbcrtsóñ's" sóliemo for extirpating tho native dog lias hoon sneered nt by ono of your correspondents, who professes great Kcal for tho civilization of tho colony, nnd great jealousy of any incasuro which, by facilitating tho Squattors' operations, will, in his'opinion, aggravate our present. unfortunate tendency towards dispersion 'and: barbarism. It is, howover, precisely in this point, of view (though presenting to my visioii a very 'different resu. t), that I nm Inclined to regard Air. Robert- I sen's scheme as worthy of thc fullest considers ; tion, and wpuJd çn\\ your attention to bis further Jotter in tho Her<M of Saturday last, ïf thore be even ftve per cent, of truth in his calculations, they are deserving of respectful regard, The truth' of tho whole would involve no ' less than this-a, pormaneht annual: saving (which is the same thing as production) of £718,000 at a cost 'of £42;...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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