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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 27 March 1851
COASTERS INWARDS: . March 20.-Amphitrito, IQ, Baxter, from Sholl Harbour, with 200 bushels whcat>'; 000 bushels harley, 2 tons potatoes, and 10 kegs butter ; Porpoise, 45, Fargusson, from Shoalhaven, with 2" easks beef, 12 casks' pork, 2 tons butter, 10 hales wool, 20 trusses hay, and 50 hides ; Opossum, LS, Urown, from Brisbane Water, with 500 bushels sholls ; Highland Lass, 23, Cook, from Bateman's Bay, with 18 tons potatoes, 50 bags wheat, and 3 keirs butter.
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENT COURT. WEDNESDAY. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 27 March 1851
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENT COURT. , WEDNESDAY. . NEW INSOLVENTS. ...John Garrick, liçensud victualler, Petcrsham. Liabilitics, ' £219. "' Assets; ; personal property,' £50 ; outstanding debts, £10 ¿ total assets, £00¿ Deficiency, £159. William Perry, official assignee. John Boyd, miller and'baker;'''Carcoar.. 'LiabU litios, £587 14s. (Jd. Assets, personal'propcrt^v £80 10s. ; outstanding debts, £87'Ss: ;.? total assets, £173 13s. Deficiency,' £414 ls. Od. Wil- liam Perry, official assignee. ."'?'' I . - MEKTIXOS FOB" TO-MOnnOW. John Carvick Thompáün, a second meeting at ll o'clock. Patrick M'Keown, an adjourned special meeting at ll o'clock.
CAUSE LIST TO-DAY. Beit v. Taylor. LAWSON V. WESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 27 March 1851
CAU8K LIST TO-DAY. Heit v. Taylor. LAWSON V. WESTON. Tlic following is tho statement referred to in tho Chief 'Justice's charge to the pry ; 1st. To'. constitute thu dedication of a roadway to tho nuhÜÖ, there must 'have existed, in thu mind of thc.'owner of the soil, au intention to, dedicate' it. .Meru sufferance of an user, therefore,' hy negligence!}'or as a matter of temporary favor, wili not nmodht to a dedication. 2nd. Hut, «fréquent and long continued user of the roadway, $y the public, is ordinarily evidence of a dedication:;', for luîgligcnco on tho part of tho owner, or ignorance of his rights, or iudifferenco to them, will not bb presumed. This ovidoneo will ho moro or lesa cio^oiiisive, according to circum- stances ; but particularly according to tho length of tho time, and tho number of instances of user. 3rd. Nevertheless, however long that time, or numerous those instances, any opón act or distinct circumstance, done or caused by the owner, indi- cating and notifying...
LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT—WEDNESDAY, SITTINGS IN BANCO. Before Mr. Justice DICKINSON and Mr. Justice THERRY. EX PARTE ROEMPER. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 27 March 1851
LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT-WEDNESDAY, SITTINGS IN BANCO. Before Mr. Justice DICKINSON and Mr. Justice TJIEIUIY. EX PAUTE noEMi'.n. Tho SOMCITOK-GKXKIIAL moved, on behalf of Mr. Charles William Roomer, under tho Law Simpli- fying Act, for a rule calling upon Mr. William Carr, of Sydney, a Solicitor of this Court, to show cause why he should not deliver to Mr. Georgo John Rogers, now tho attorney and agent for Slr. Roomer, accounts of his dealings and transactions ns agent for that gentleman, under a curtain power of attorney, dated Oth May, 1843, and of ali sums of money remitted, or now due and outstand- ing, to Mr. Roomer, from tho said William Carr, and why thc latter should not pay to Mr. Rogers, ns Ali*. Roomor's agent, all balances duo from him (Carr) to that gentleman. Thornie required also a reference to thc Master to tako the accounts, tho deposit of all deeds and documents in tho Mnster's office, and an injunction to restrain Mr. Carr from aotmg further in tho conduct ...
WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 27 March 1851
?WEDNESDAY. , Mr. FOSTER in reply, commented upon the con- duct of .the plaintiff, in : refusing to produce tho defendant's letters.¡, Those, letters which had boon road, showed'tho .spirit!1 which had actuated tlie defendant, tliröughöuti'thcsö proceedings ; ho had manifostediinj^Jjvudable.^dosiro to .meet thc plaintiff in an amicable and 'neighbourly spirit, while with an honest conviction of thcjnsticoof thc claim for Whioh^tôifras icontonding, ho was determined that his PÁppcr neighbours should not be deprived of tho right wliioh they had so long enjoyed, by 'thor"0!'?ó^pressive act of a man who was.-.: too,j« .rich, for any of thom to cope with. The. learned counsel then made a most careful and able analyisis of tho evidence, and concluded a very forcible address to the Jury, by expressing his regret that he had hoon compelled to accupy so much of their time, and ho left tho case with confidence in their hands. His HONOR in addressing tho Jury said, ho was desirous to stato the...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 27 March 1851
Tho Shamrock steamer was entering Port Phillip Heads as the Favorite left, which latter vossol saw thc Hirondelio on Monday last off Grcou Cane, . ........ Tho Achilles has been detained considerably on her passage hy adverse winds. She was six weeks in'the Channel. A black barque, bound from California to Launceston, name not ascertained, was spoken by tho Brothers, off Kents' group, at midnight, on Saturday hist ; also saw a barque on Sunday afternoon, standing to thc eastward, off Kents' .Group.
THE EMPIRE. SYDNEY, THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1851. TO-DAY'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 27 March 1851
THE EMPIRE. SYDNEY, THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 2851. TO-DAY'S MEETING. TUB public meeting at tho Royal Hotel, this day, is convened for thc purpose (as stated in tho Requisition) of " taking tho whole of tho Labour Question into consi- deration, and of recommending to tho Legislature such a course of action ns may bc acceptable, to thc employers gene- rally." The public aro not informed what particular 11 course of action" is to bc re- commended to tho Legislature, or what nrr the organized menus to bc submitted j for the adoption of the * meeting, in other I respects, to carry out the ideas of the originators of this movement. In the mother country, it is customary to publish the resolutions framed on subjects of great importance and general interest, some i days previous to the meeting which is to I consider them, so that all parties may know the objects sought, and be prepared i to exercise their judgments on the ques- tion under discussion intelligently and de- cisively. It is to be re...
TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 27 March 1851
TUESDAY. Tho caso' wnä resumedthis morning. Edward Griíy was recalled td prove that, during tho ownership ¡of tho Orphan School Trustees, Air. Marsden was on thc'Cöhimittöc, 'and an ac- tive member of it. Ile'afterwards bought the ?fiirm from tho Trustees, but long- before his pur- chase ho was in the habit cf using tho road. Benjamin Herbert, proved that he had known the land for 50 'years, there was'a road through it in Governor King's time ; he had travelled tho road frequently in a cart. The following witnesses gave further evidence of usor of the road. William Carman, a farmer, William Bagster, who' had been a labourer in 2sew's employ ; John Ilolford, who had precoded 'Gray as Superintendent of the Orphan School Es- tate, and who gave evidence of Mr. Marsden's an- xiety to. preserve tho road for the public ; Mr. John Hose Holden, who had for some time rented Chisholm's farm ; Peter Wilson, once a labouring man on the property ; John ll; M'ltowan, a music master who had travell...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 27 March 1851
PRISON EGOTISM.-Tlie state of mind into which n man is brought who is the lonely inhabitant of his own small world, and who is only visited by certain regular visitors, all addressing themselves to him individually nnd personally, ns the object of his peculiar solicitude-we believe, in most cases, to have very little promise in it, nnd very little of solid foundation. A strange absorbing sel- fishness-n spiritual egotism and vanity, real or assumed-is the first result. It is most remarkable to observe, in the case of mur» (tarers who become this kind of object of interest, when they are at Inst consigned to the condemned cell, how the rule is (of course there are exceptions) that the murdered per son disappears from thestnge of their thoughts, except ns a part of their b\vn important story ; and how they occupy the whole scene. 1 did this, I feel that, 1 confide in the mercy of Heaven being extended to me; this is the autograph of me, the unfortunate and un- happy ; in my childhood ...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 27 March 1851
SHIPPING}1 IjMÉÍÍLV^N0E. ; March 20.-Favorite,-barque, 198 tons, Captain Mortimer, from Port Phillip the 20th instant. Passengers-Rev. \T\l]Ö*I)pll,'V.$y. D..Dalamoro and lady, Mrs.' Thomson,''Mri wT^U. Cousins', Mr. R. Kelly,, Mr.. Remedios, Mr. and Mrs. Scrivcr and daughter, Mr. C. Mortimer, J. W. Curtis, F. Firth, John Green, John Walsh, Charles Hyde, Patrick Jackson, "John Langford and son, James Allen, J. Lane. D. Ridgwell, R. Steward and wife, W. Grahame, E. Walton and two sons, E. Ban- croft, William Rutter and wife, P. Keying. March.26.-Achilles, barque, 448 tons, Captain M'Ruvio, from the Downs, the 12th November. March 26.-Brothers, schooner, G4 tons, Cap- tain Ray, from Launceston, the 19th instant. Passengers-Mr. Ostler, Mr. Croft, Mr. Georgo Burns, Mr. Lampricr, Miss Marv Jackson, and William O'Neal. March 20.-Moa, brig, 236 tons, Captain J. D. Norris, from Auckland, tho 13th instant. Pas- sengers-Mrs.' and Master Plant. Mrs. Asher, two children, and servant, Mr, Foster...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 27 March 1851
FOil WIDE BAY DIRECT. THE FINE SCHOONER VANGUARD, J. T. Smith, master,, is now ready to take in cargo for tho above plano. For freight or passago apply to tho master, on board ; or to .533 THOMAS CROFT, Commercial Wharf. FOR SAN FRANCISCO DIRECT. THO succeed the Adirondack, A that fine Al Ship, EDGAR, Captain Smith, GOO tons burden ; has all her dead weight engaged, will sail for the above port with dispatch. For freight or passage, apply on board, at the Circular Öuay ; or to ' F. W. CLARKE, 530 Jamison-street, FOR CALIFORNIA. ~~~ _ np II E fine Amen'pnn ship JL ROBERT BOWNE, 505tons, F. G. Cameron, commander, will succeed tho Martha, and having -tho greater portion of her 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 pr passago apply to tho master, on board ; or to S. WILKINSON; Jun., 479 Macquarie-place. POll MADRAS DIRECT. First Ship of th...
CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 27 March 1851
CLEARANCES. March 26.-Asenath, barque, 321 tons, Captain Ruonov, for Newcastle, in ballast. March 26.-Adirondack, U. S. ship, 699 tons, Captain J. E. Gillespie, for San Francisco. Pas- sengers-Mrs. Gillespie, Mrs. Crawford, Catherine Dunn, Charles, Mary Ann, and Elizabeth Ayers, Mary, Jane, John, Henry and George Allison. Robert Aldred, wife, and two children, Richard Apps, Robert Armer, wife, and two children, W. F. Ruder, W. Butts, Elizabeth Bushell, Wm, Frederick Boyle, Thomas Braffey, Mrs. Marien Brophey and child, James Bell, wife, and two children, Mary Butler, William Bartley, Joseph Bullwer and daughter, Andrew Cochlan; wife; and three children, John Clearey, wife, and child; Ellen Casey,' Patrick Caher, Matthew Camping Lawrence Carroll, Thomas, child and wife; Fred- erick Croft, wife, and child, Henry Child, wife, and child, Michael Conway, wife, and, child, Michael Comerford; Mary Ann Dunn and five children/iiR^çhai'd.'^De.oley,; Ann Duncan, John Doran, ^aji^^,^ätHoy,i',wi...
NISI PRIUS SITTINGS. Before the CHIEF JUSTICE and a Special Jury. LAWSON v. WESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 27 March 1851
Nisi Pm US SITTINGS. Before tho CHIEF JUSTICE and a Special Jury. LAWSON V. WESTON. This was an action of trespass for breaking and entering «a close belonging, to tho plaintiff. The . defendant pleaded in justification of tho trespass, that there was a public highway through tho close in question. Tho plaintiff' replied, traversing tho right of way. Tho Solicitor-General and Mr. Meymott, were counsel for the plaintiff, and Mr. Foster and Mr. Darvall for tho defendant. This case, it will bo remembered, involving, a right of way of some importance to the neigh- bourhood, was tried some time since before Mr Justice Dickinson, when tho jury found a verdict for tho defendant. A new trial Avas subsequently Ç'ranted at tho plaintiff's instance. Thc defendant md by his original pleadings raised two issues, /hut as the new trial was granted upon tho second issue, as to tho right of way, that issue alone caine on now for trial. ; i; >.n ,> ; Mr. FOSTER (the. affirmative bf the issue be...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 March 1851
GHAM BER S'*' PUBLICATIONS : Journal, 13 vols., ös. Gd. . per vol. " . Entertaining Tracts, 20 vols., 25s. ,, Information forthoPco pie, :2;vols.,' 18s. " Cyclopodia of British , Literature, 2 vols., 16s. " . '. 'ÄÜds',ldS foíáps, lia. » . ;. ^ifPft1?^/oÇ.tha People, 2s. " '. 'nor, .voil W. RV PIDDINGTON, Bookseller, Stationer, and Printsellor. , 485, George-street^ Sydney, 553 ' Exactly Opposite tho Barrack Gate. PRESERVED FRESH HERRINGS. NOW LANDING, ex Achilles, Gpldner's ' Preserved FnÉsn IÍEnniNos, in 21b tins. This! is a delicacy in high repute, and fully equal to preserved salmon. E. C. WEEKES & CO., 450, George-street, 550 Near tho Post Office. TO WINE GROWERS AND OTHERS. THE undersigned will undertake to bottle wine, spirits,,nnd.bcpr, in any quantity ; Und- ing all materials if required, on moderato terms. LUCAS.AND BAILEY, 490. 2, Harrington-streot, Sydney. I NEW SEEDS. JUST ARRIVED, anil on sale, warranted White globe turnip ;seed Now horse beans ' Lucerne seed l...
COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 March 1851
\': COASTERS INWARDS. March 27.-Tamar, steamer, 130 tons, Paine, from Morpeth, with 51 bags: maize, 25 bags oats, 111 bags"wheat, 8 bags onions, 19 trusses bay, 40 bales wool,1 '3 calves, 5 boxes candles, 70 lânjbs, 44 bags bran:,í20.i)PÍgs, 3 horses, and'sûndrieà ; Co- quette,: 72,-jJpljnson, from Nowcasile^itilj 75 tons coalsô $&eh tá:*Hc%cott, from- Newcastle, with . ..^^.^hs^öa«'^ Anna' Mariah 49;.' Bohheyi from 'New'cás.éíé, with170:tdns coals ; Chance,-38, llouse, frohi^No'woafetle,¿\r\th 63 tons'..cqalq^ Cricket * '.Mayer* td 2« JjQutit, .from tho, llaVvkeábnH, with öpOcbushcjhj maixê,, and 100 busnels'wheaV. j
COASTERS OUTWARDSOL [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 March 1851
. " jMKróli 27.-Sister,.-45 tons;' ';lIôs(fotj«fdr Now càsïlôf.ïÂ1 baíIfíáV: . 'Jane vWiliiamSii^x^Owland, ditio'Ï^Ahh^bMaria^iiO/sBpnne^di^.fe Chanco, IIouse;!dit.to.ftI^ Diligence; 30, Kerr,, both, for. Shoalhaven, with sundries ; Highlander, .27,"!Róborts/; foi* Brátd'éé^'with sun dries ; Emma;; 20, 'Scott ; :Georgo;i36,':Jonès, both for Bateman's Bay,' with 'sundries jjJFañcy, 33, Brown, for Mcrambula, with sundries. '.',~ j . ?
THE GOLDEN HARP. THY WILL BE DONE. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 March 1851
THE GOLDEN HARP. THY WILL BE DONE. Strong Son of God, immortal Love, Whom wo, that have not seen thv faoe, ' By faith, and faith .alone, embrace, Believing where we cannot prove ; . ? / Thine are these orbs of light and shade ; - ? ' Thou madest Life in man and bruto ; Thou madest Death; and lo, thy foot Is on tho skull which thou hast made. Thou wilt not leave us in the dust : Thou madest man, he knows not why ; Ile thinks he was not made to die ; And thou hast made him : thou art just. Thou- seemost human and divine, The highest, holiest manhood, thou : Our wills are ours, we know not how ; Our wills are ours, to make thom thine. Our little systems have their day; They have their day and cease to be : They aro but broken light of thee, And thou, O Lord, art moro than they. "" \ > j Wo have but faith : -wc cannot know'; hr , For knowledge is of things wo see ;i ¡nc il And yet wo trust it comos from thee, j , ; A beam in darkness : let it grow. i -uiw-, Let knowledge grow from mo...