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BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 26 March 1851

BATHURST. INHPKCTOH pP POUCH FOU TIIK WüSTKUX 1>IS TH!CT.-On tko cvciiiug of Tuesday week tho Inspector of'Police, D'Arcy Wentworth, Eso., for this district, arrived from the metropolis, and took up his temporary rcsidoncc at Mrs. Muck's. Ho has siucu inspected the public buildings of tho town and reviewed tho Bathurst police force, their ¡»rms accoutrements, Ac. Wo believe he purposes leaving for Carcoar with {lie intention of visiting Orange, Molong, Wellington, Mudgce,and the other police stations under his inspectoral chatge. The general impression appears to bo that Mr. Went- worth will perform his responsible duties with efficiency.-Bathurst free Press, March 22. TJIK BAI'15 CASI:.-An official letter arrived in town by last Saturday's post, announcing tho intention of thc Executive to carry out tho dread sentence of tho law upon Peter, thc black-fellow, for the rape committed'upon Diana Elms. The day fixed for tho execution is tho ¿th proximo. Ibid. ' ' '

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 26 March 1851

EXPORTS. March 25.-Potrcl, schooner, 09 tons, Captain T. C. Wilkinson, for Launceston and Emu Bay. Cargo for Launceston : S casks soda, 50 casks boer, 100 boxes tobacco pipes, 5 sacks pearl barley, 20 boxes blue, 20 bags salt, George Small ; 97 logs redar, Jamos Cook ; 27 casks soda, 18 casks beer, ll. How anrl Co. : 103 bags sugar, H. Beauchamp. Cargo for Emu Bay: 10 boxes soap, 12 quartor ohests 0 half ehests'tea, 25 bags sugar, Goans paint oil, 10 casks bottled beor, 4 kegs white lead, 2 trusses drapery, 13 hags salt, George Small. March 25.-Guardian, barque, 'Í01 tons, Cap- tain Young, for Guam, Part of original cargo from London : 120 deals, 89 cases brandy, G cases port wino, 10 quarter-casks sherry.

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTERIOR. CLARENCE RIVER. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 26 March 1851

INTERIOR. CLARENCE RIVER. (From our own Correspondent.) I SL'DDKX DEATHS.-It is our painful duty to rc I cord throo melancholy accidents which have oc- curred in this district within the last month. February fith : Thomas Brady, who arrived in this colony as ari emigrant about two years since, met witli an untimely death by the followinir ex- traordinary accident, viz. :-Ile 'was employed falling timber for Mr. Sharp, and in falling a large tree, Tt came in contact with another, that also, falling knocked a limb off a third, which fell ? I deceased and brpko his neck. An inquest wa» held on tho body before F. II. F. Phillips, Esq., .T.P., when a verdict of accidental death was re-, turned. March 2nd.-James Roche, formerly a soldier in tho 58th regiment, and since discharged with a pension, was unfortunately drowned whilst he was bathing at thc first falls of this River. ' ' Tho' deceased was a man of excellent character, ami on his discharge* was presented with ¿'silver watch, for t...

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 — 26 March 1851

SHIP'S MAILS. CJ.0S1NU AT THE POST OFFICE. .. London-Tamar, this evening, at 6 o'clock, ¡ Auokland-Emma, this o vening, at 0 o'clock. Otago-Scotia, thia evening, at 0 o'clock.

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 26 March 1851

SHIPPING INTE LUGE NOB» ARRIVAL, March 25,-Border Ma]d, schooner. Ol tonB, Captain Kitchen, "from Wellington the 2nd inst,, in ballast. Passenger-Mr. FJfetoher..

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 26 March 1851

PROJECTED DEPARTURES, THIS DAY.-Tho Undaunted; for London ; the Santipore, for Alanila via Newcastle ; Petrel, for Launceston and Emu Day; the Guardian, for Guam ; Adirondock, for San Franoisco.

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 26 March 1851

-J . "^DEPARTURE. March 25v^Crtetiha;barque, 271 tons, Captain Thomas Trail Spence; for Guam> in ballast.. : .

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ABSTRACT OF AUCTION SALES THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 26 March 1851

ABSTRACT OF AUCTION SALES THIS DAV, MR, A, MOORBA-At Bourko-stroot, Surry Hills, at . .. ll o'clock, Household Furniture, «to, Mn. S. SOLOMON,-At his Rooms, at ll o'clock. Cutlery, Paper. Cricket Bats, Looking Glasses, Fancy Goods, ¿o. MR. J. G. COHEN.-At 4r>6, George-street, at ll o'clock, Shawls, Sheetings, Prints, Muslins, and Long Cloths. MR. S. LYONS.-At his Mart, at ll o'clock, Ale and Porter, 165 cases of Cognac Brandy. THE SHERIFF.-At tho London Tavern, a parcel of . Land containing 10 perches moro or less. ; MR. STEWART.-At the Horse Bazaar, at 11 o'clock, Horses, Mares, Gigs, «fcc. Mn. PICKERING.-At his Rooms, at ll o'clock, Unredeemed Pledges, Watches, Jewellery, and Household Furniture.

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENT COURT. TUESDAY. Before the Chief Commissioner. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 26 March 1851

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE, INSOLVENT COURT, ÏUKS.HAY. Before tho Chief Commissioner. In the Estate of Charles Armytage, an adjourned single meeting ; nothing done, and the meeting adjourned till Thursday, thc 10th day-of-A^-iul [ next. MEETINGS FOR ÏO-DAY. Rohert Gill, second meeting, at ll o'clock. I). G. Jones, an adjourned second meeting', at noon._

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT-TUESDAY. NISI PRIUS SITTINGS. Before the Chief JUSTICE and a Special Jury. IAWSON v. WESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 26 March 1851

LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT-TUESDAY. NISI PUIUS SITTINGS. Before tho Chief JUSTICE mid a Special Jury. IAWSON V. WKSTON. This case commenced yesterday, but was not concluded when thc Court rose, at six o'clock this evening. Wo defer our report until tho case is concluded.

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 26 March 1851

FuiiMC MEETING.-A public meo'tinj» was hold yesterday evening, at Mr. Clark's Old Assembly llooms, for thp purpose, ns advertised in our yesterday's issue, of forming a Political Associa- tion, Samuel Peek, Esq.,' in the Chair. Tho fol- lowing gontlemeti addrossed tho meeting : Messrs. llaWksloy, Driver, Dewhurst, Clayton, M'Plmil, Edward M'Enprop, Coghlan, Mullens, Dadswcll, and ücp. Tho argumenta advanced, were, generally speaking, s.pund, and the speeches in sunic instatipca eflcetivp, and to tho purpose. The meeting which numbered about three, hun- dred persons, spumed to enter into the objects propounded with great spirit, and at the termina- tion, about thirty or forty persons enrolled them- selves as members.

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 26 March 1851

TO CORRESPONDENTS.' Vir, IVs. letter, for reasons which ivill occur to him- self on reflection, we must decline to publish. The second communication of No I'USKYITE, has t.-lso been declined, for similar reasons. Other letters, tncluiling one from Mr. S-, on the " Labour" Question, we fear will be inadmis- sible."

Publication Title: Empire
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SELF ELEVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 26 March 1851

SELF ELEVATION. I say every man is to be a student-a thinker. This does not mean that he is to s li ut himself within four walls and bend body and mind over books. Men thought before books were written ; and some of the greatest thinkers never entered what we call a study. Nature, scrip- ture, society, and life present perpetual sub- jects for thought ; and the man who collects, concentrated, employs his faculties on any of these subjects for the purpose of getting the truth, is so far a student, a thinker, a philo- sopher, and is rising to the dignity of a man. It is time that we should cease to limit to professed scholars the titles of thinkers, phi- losophers. Whoever seeks truth with an earnest mind, no matter when or how, be- longs to the school of intellectual men. In a loose sense of the word, all men may be said to think ; that is a succession of ideas, notions passes through their minds from morning to night : but in as far as this suc- cession is passive, undirected, or go...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. THE FOUNDERS OF RAGGED SCHOOLS. (From Eliza Cook's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 26 March 1851

MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS, Tim FOUNDERS OF RAGGED SOHOO&S, (From EUw CQOV* Jowrnml,) Every mm ha» his own special work set for him to do in the world, if be will bot do it. No one can justify himself in sitting down with his bands folded and doing nothing, because of his fancied insignificance. Each is in possession of his own distinct indi« vidualhy ; and he has the power within him- self to a large extent, of developing his own nature, and of acting on the beings around him, beneficially or otherwise. He is a part, and a necessary part, of society ; and fills a place in it, which would be incomplete with- out him. As are bis capabilites of doing, so are his obligations to do. He has his work appointed, which he must perform, if he : would fulfil the end of his being, and glorify the creation of which he is a part. In God's works nothing is supeiflnous ; each individual atom is necessary, is indispensable, to the in- tegrity of the whole. Let a man, therefore, be true to himse...

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DIARY. MEMORANDA TO NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 26 March 1851

DIARY. MKMOBAXDA TO XlîX'f PUIU.lCATtQ.V._ MARCH. 8UÍ\. rises. I sots. moa WATER, inora. I oven. 2Ü I WEDNESDAY. I 0 5 \ ô 55 [ ? 1 41 | 2 ll Now Moon, 4. 38 A.M., April 2.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 26 March 1851

SALES BY AUCTION} HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, TIN-WARE, JEWELLERY, «fcc. MR. GEORGE PICKERING will sell by auction, At Iiis Rooms, Ring-street, At ll o'clock, THIS D A Y, t Four-post bedsteads, carved rosewood posts, cor- nices, tte; palliasses,, round tables, dining, kitchen, and dressing-room tables, cane bottom and coda:* chairs, sofas, chest of drawers, wash hand stands, mattresses, crockery-ware, kitchen utensils of every description, boots and shoes, dress pieces, jewellery, and silver watches, clothing, and a variety of useful articles. BALANCE-HANDLE KNIVES AND FORKS, PLATED SNUFFERS, ¿c. MR. S. SOLOMONS will sell by auction, THIS DAY, Wednesday, March 26, Athis Rooms, at ll o'clock, Balnnco-handlo knives and forks, Plated Snuffers. Pocket and Pcn-knivcs, Superior Lever Watches, quantity Brass and Japanned-ware, Steel Pens, Dover Knives, Scissors, Note Paper. Envelopes, handsome Vases, quantity Faney Goods, Cricket Bats, Toilet Glasses. ' 531 TO DRAPERS, «.fcc, «fcc, «fcc. MR. DAVI...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 26 March 1851

" It is very curious," said an old gentle man to his friend, " that a watch should be perfectly dry, when it bas a running spring inside." A glorious action triumphantly won at Westminster, and a glorious victory achieved at Waterloo, look wonderfully fine until tie bill is sent in and the costs are paid.-ElL'i Cook's Journal. AWFUL WARNING.-"My son," said an old turbaned Turk one day, taking his child by the hand in the streets of Cairo, and point- ing out to him on the opposite side a French- man, just imported in all the elegance of Parisian costume-" My son ! look there ! if you ever forget Allah and his prophet, you may come to look like that I" A formal fashionable individual thus ad- dressed a little girl-" How are yon, my dear ?" " Very well, I thank you," she re- plied. The visitor then added, " No»v, my dear, you should ask me how I am." The child simply and honestly replied, " I don't want to know."

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 26 March 1851

SANTIAGO AWP VALPARAISO.-A writer of un article in one of the ijalilornián papers speaks tims of the relation of these two cities: " Thirty years agp u resident of Vulpnraiso esme to Santiago, to have hooks made for the doors of a house lie was building. Ac that period there were no smiths in Val- paraiso, lt is not yet twelve yenrs since the Central Custom House was transferred to Valparaiso from Santiago. The business of all the provinces was transacted at Snntingo, the merchants betaking themselves to the capital. The native manufactures of blankets, soddip-cloths,-cutlery, etc., gave employment exclusively to shops in Santiago, until very lately. However, during ibe last len years, Valparaiso lift* conic tp be the centre of the republic. Thither the resources of the pro- vince betake themselves now, to be ex- changed for European merchandise ; thither proceed the mercbunts from the other side of the Andes ; there are established the great storehouses of foreign conni eree ; find...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PORT PHILLIP EXTRACTS. MR. GEORGE HILL PICTURED TO THE MELBOURNE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 26 March 1851

. PORT PIIJLLIP EXTRACT'S. MR. GEORGE RIEL PICTURED TO ' TUE MELBOURNE PEOPLE. Oh popularity ! Thou fickle goddess, if goddess thou art ! Who would wbo'theo that had watched thee well ? Who ¿lint has watched thoo has not ' proved thee false ? Think of tho glories of Mr. Hill, Of immortal pic-nie memory-of the fifteen hundred feeding citizens-of the Governor in real uniform doing tiio amiable with Mrs. Hill, ; in thc presence of this multitude. Theresas honour there was glory-there was popularity for you ! Think of tho handsome return provided by theso same .citizens, whop tho same Mr and Mrs. Hill be- came again tho hero and tho heroine of the day, and tho plodding native grazier of New South AVales, and thc'nativo grazier's native wife, were again tho honoured associates, the intimate arm-in-arm companion of real British Royalty? Think of thesp things, ye who court the favours of tho great, and loam tho sequel. This is a cold, calculating world after all ? Ebullitions of fooling ar...

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYED IN SYDNEY. NO. III, To the Editor of the Empire. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 26 March 1851

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYED IN SYDNEY. KO. Ul, To the Editor of thc Empire. Sm-Sam Johnson was in the habit of repealing to hnj satellite, Boswell : Sir, clear your mind of Cant." It would bc à most desirable thing to have some bravo old moralist in Sydney, who would haye tho courage to thunder the same ad- vice constantly in tho éarâ'of this community. For Cant flourishes here : this seems to be its ti>ío and native soil. If, for instance, such a man were to hoar the tone of familiarity with which wc speak of clover cheating ; how wc admire tho man who can contrive to take advantage of another in money matters, without infringing the letter of the law, and call him " smart ;" and how wo de- signate genuino rascality " colonial sharpness" would be not toll us to " clear our minds of Cant." If ho heard us expressing incredible commiseration for tho heathenish condition of blacks in far-off islands of which we hardly can pronounce tho names ; if ho saw us os...

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