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LORD MINTO AND THE HIERARCHY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 June 1851

LOUD MINTO AND THE HIERARCHY. (From the Catholic Standard.') When the first Lord of the Treasury ful minated his denunciation against the Holy See for what he chose, by a strange perver sity of language, to designate as its 'inso- lent and insidious aggression' upon the Grown of England and the law church, people who had not the conveniently leaking oiemory of his Lordship, recurred very .naturally, to several speechee that had been, - ? jiui very rciiiui-c Jj, spu&eji, mm iu uuuieruus acts that had been, even recently, dene by the noble lord himself as well as by most of his colleagues, in the adminstration of Go vernment, — the scope of which exhibited a marvellous contrast to the ideas expressed, and the policy indicated, in the celebrated letter to the Bishop of Durham. It was upon record in the accessible pages of Hansard, that the Premier had avowed his readiness to acquiesce iu the assumption, by the Ca tholic Bishops, of titles winch, by law, are reserved for the exc...

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR JUNE, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 June 1851

CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR JUNE, 1851. 12 77* Of the Octave, 's.d. 13 F Ember Day— of the Octave, s.d, v 14 Sat. ' Ember. Day-— of .the.. Octave, s.d\t 15 S. Trinity Sundayj d.y second class. 1.6 M S. Barnabas, ap. from the- 11th, d.m., O.S.B., S. Leo, p. and conf. d. ' 17 T S..John a Facundo, conf. from 12th, d., O.S.B., St. Barnabas, ap.t d.m., from 11th. ' 18 W S. Anthony of Padua, conf. from 1 3th, d., O.S.B., S. Boniface, bn. and m.d., from 5 th. 19 Th Corpus Christi, d., first class. 20. F. Of the Octave, s.d. 21 Sat Of the Octave, s.d., O.S.B., S. Aloysius, con/, d. 22 S Second after Pentecost, s.d., O.S.B., S, Alban, m.d. 23 M Of the Octave, s.d 24 T Nativity of S. John Baptist, d., first class. 25; W. S. William, ah. conf. d .26 77i Octave of Corpus Christi, d.m. 27; F S. Basil, bp. and conf. from 14th d., O.S.B., Feast of Sacred Heart, d.m. 28 Sat S. Leo, p. and conf. s.d. 29 S ' '. Third after Pentecost, SS. Peteir and Paul, d., first c'ass. 30 M Com. of S. Paul, ap. d.

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MOUNT GAMBIER. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 June 1851

M MOUNT GAMBIER. HI (From the Pott and Guardian. ) 111 u'ime ls raPldlv on the increase in the interior, !$§¥ aud wil1' in a11 likelihood be rampant before the lUffl ^'l0Se °^ tlie Avinter ? *nere *s nov-' hardly any safety '111! m the busl!' as Wl11 ^e seeu by tlle following MM occurrences, last week about midnight, Mr. JVI'Intyre 111 (Mr* Leaks snperintendant) came to the police i!MJ ')firi'ackj here, with a warrant for the apprehension III of two men, who ' bailed 'up the inmates of I The police who, lieavon knows, were they to I bestraddle the miserable hacks supplied them by f.ythe patriarchal government of Adelaide, would |: not out-run a lively cripple, borrowing horses from I ' a kind neighbour, who .took pity on those servants I of the most inactive and somnolent government I ? from pole to pole, gave the ruflians a chase, and' ||. in two days succeeded, after a hard struggle, in p apprehending them in the public house at Eivoli Eft y' Whei'e they'were reS ling themselves. ...

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BE NOT SELE-DECEIVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 June 1851

BE NOT SttLE-DECEIVERS. (From Tail's Magazine.*) Since we are in a plain-speaking mood, we shall say that the spirit and language in which this misdirected and exaggerated [No Popery] agitation has been carried on have been discreditable and injurious to our cha racter as Englishmen, whose motto is fair play, and as Protestants, whose doctrine is toleration. Protestants have got so thoroughly possessed with the idea that they are very liberal and tolerant, that they are never re strained bv anv fears of transgressing in thf- other direction ; and so thoroughly imbued with the conviction that Papists are always intolerant, that facts to the contrary receive neither belief nor ? attention. Brethren, let ub not be self-deceivers. All the liberality is not on one side, nor all the illibsrality on, the other. For one moment look and listen. Protestants often cry, ' No-Popery !' Do we ever hear our Popish fellow-countrymen crying, ' No-Protestantism ?' The whole political or ordinary pres...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 June 1851

NEW ZEALAND. Canterbury. — The arrival of the Gazelle, from Van Diemeij's Land, in addition to a cargo of other useful commodities for a new settlement, brought some excellent horses, which have sold for prices averaging, as we hear, for 4*40 a head. On Tuesday, April 8, fifteen sections of land, each a quarter of an acre in extent, forming part of the fifty acres of rural land. selected by the Rev. Mr. Dudley, on the west side of the town of Lyttleton, and of the rural land with which the college is endowed, were nut m- — - - ? - - fj - - ? — — - w ,- — - g - B to auction by Mr. Tulloch. Fourteen out of the fifteen w- re sold at the average price of £10 so that three acres and a half of the rural land in this choice, has realized almost the whole price of the fifty acres, including the town sections attached. We shall be curious to see what the town sections themselves will fetch at the auction which is to take place next week. It appears from the advertise ment that a considerable...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 June 1851

VICTOEIA. Capture of another Gang of Pirates. — Sergeant O'Brien, of the Mounted Police, stationed at Dan denong, with six other mounted troopers, has suc ceeded in capturing five men who seized and carried off the craft Struggler from Launceston some short time since ; he had read in the Argus an account of such a piracy having taken place, and he acci dentally heard some one state, that the captain of the Struggler was about getting married, and from that he traced the parties. He first captured three of them, and sent them to Melbourne ; they were armed to the teeth at the time they were captured. The other two were also armed ; however they are now lodged in gaol. Though Sergeant O'Brien has . used every effort to find the craft, he has hitherto failed. A reward was offered for the capture of the pirates, which will amply repay the sergeant and his party for their trouble. The Gold Mania.-— It is very currently reported that from thirty to forty persons have already se cured pas...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. FURTHER ADVANCE OF TEMPERANCE. ( To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 June 1851

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. FURTHEE ADVANCE OF TEMPERANCE. ( To the Editors of the Freeman1 s Journal. ) Gentlemen, — In your last issue you did me the honor of giving me a place amongst your corres pondents, on the subject of the most vital impor tance to the moral and social welfare of every community — whether civilized or savage — of the human family — temperance in the use of, or total abstinence from intoxicating drinks. On that occasion I took pains to show that the advance of price in the retail by publicans of rum and ale, had made many inveterate drunkards abandon bycompulsion their degrading propensities. The inference I wish to be drawn by every indi vidual acquainted with that agreeable fact, who re tained the least glimmering of sense or reason, was the obvious truth, that ' the facility of obtain ing the noxious artiibs affords an irresistible temptation to the habits of drunkenness.' Another advocate for this valuable induction has since appeared in your daily contempor...

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GOLD WASHING. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 June 1851

GOLD WASHING-. (From Rutter's Practical Directions. We now come to the actual washing and des cription of the instruments used : and, first, the wa&h-pan— this may be of tin, if not required to be used in connection with quicksilver, otherwise of copper or wood, if of wood, the edge should be well turned, presenting inwardly a sharp angle with the side, and outward a rounded form, of whatever material made, it should, be some fifteen laches in diameter at the top, ana say ten or eleven at the bottom, and five or five and. a half inches deep — the proper use of this is gained, and gained only by a little practice and observation, and con sits in a peculiar ' mocion by which, the heavier parts, whatever they are, sink to the bottom aud remain there, while the soluble and lighter parts are washed out. I will give as particular directions as possible for the use of this wash-pan, and I think such, as a person, by attention to them, com bined with practice, could acquire the knac...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 June 1851

BIRTH.   At her residence, Summer Hill, on the River   Peel, on the 24th May, Mrs. John V. Gorman, of   a daughter.   DIED.   On Thursday the 5th instant, at the residence of her late husband, Elizabeth Mary McLaughlin, eldest daughter of John Vardy, Campbelltown. May she rest in peace.

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Domestic Intelligence. DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. THURSDAY. Before W. H. KERR, Esq., Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 June 1851

Bom€$iit &ne\\i$nxte. DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. THURSDAY. Before W. H. Kerr, Esq., Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. In the estate of Daniel Stewart, a single meeting, no claims proved. In the estate of Acton Sillitoej an adjourned cer tificate meeting. The insolvent and one witness was' examined, and the meeting was adjourned. MONDAY. In the estate of Samuel Terry Hughes, an ad journed special meeting for inquiry into M'Evoy's claim. Mr. M'Evoy was further cross-examined, and the meeting adjourned until noon of Friday next. TUESDAY. Tn t.htt estfitp. of Huffh Owens, an adiourned single meeting. The insolvent was examined by ? Mr. O'Reilly, and the meeting was adjourned to the 14th inst. In the estate of Thomas Bott Humphrey, a third meeting. Debts amounting to £17 7s. were proved, the. assignee handed in his report, which was read. In the estate of Edward O'Hara, an adjourned single meeting. Debts amounting to £13 6s. 6d. were proved, and one debt for £160 all...

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[?]stical Intelligence. A LETTER ADDRESSED TO THE RIGHT HON. LORD JOHN RUSSELL, ON THE PAPAL AGGRESSION, BY ThE REV. HERBER PLAYFATR, D.D. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 June 1851

/-£rft£&ta0tfcal' itutciUscnre A LETTER ADDRESSED TO THE RIGHT HON. LORD JOHN 'RUSSELL, ON THE PAPAL AGGRESSION, BY THE REV. HERBER PLAYJFAIR, D.D. ?' ;-lFyom theTabyty My LfTrclj-^-Many/years have elapsed since I had the hoiuVui' to.gddress you. You were then pleased | to favor- me \vith;no inconsiderable notice. Whether | ?a similar honour awaits me', I know not ; bit this 1 know, that iii thus publicly addressing you, I do no more than, an act of duty. . ; ' t j My lord,, we are told that ' the recent division j of England into various districts, made by Papal j authority, is subversive of the rights of Churchmen, i and that in 'entering .-Upon their sees, the Roman j Catholic Bishops have acted -in opposition to the j ' niiun.li nf RmrlanH.' ? Thfiri! is ft maifiil nnww 'in ? every measure that emanates from Rome, for it awakens effectually the energies of Protestants, who look upon it as an aggression upon their spiri tual franchise. I am not, therefore, surprised that ...

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Colonial News SOUTH AUSTRALIA. THE COUNTRY TO THE NORTH-WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 June 1851

COLONIAL NEWS     SOUTH AUSTRALIA.     THE COUNTRY TO THE NORTH-WEST. Mr. John Oakden, in a recent exploratory trip to the north-west, has made some very interesting discoveries, which may lead to others far more im- portant. His track, like that of the unfortunate Horrocks, lay W.N. W. from Mount Arden, and he penetrated in that direction 70 miles, reaching to the hill for which his predecessor was steering. That the other hills in the neighbourhood resemble the tent hills described by Eyre and Sturt, having steep sloping sides, and flat tops. Lake Torrens runs in among the whole of them, and is clearly seen for a hundred miles to the N.W., no ranges intercepting the view. From the same point, Mount Arden is still distinctly visible. The water of Lake Torrens is very salt, and large masses of fine salt are found on its banks. The Gawler range is by no means a prominent object from the north. It falls gently down upon the land whic...

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MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 19 June 1851

MAITLAND. Death of a Child from Burning. — On lion day an inquest was held before Mr. Parker, at Broughton's Flats, Upper Paterson, on the body of a little boy named James Griffiths, three years old. It appeared that on Sunday, the 1st instant, while Mrs. Griffiths was engaged in her house, and her two children were playing about the room, the frock of the little boy 'caught fire, it is supposed from a gust of wind blowing the fla-ne from the fire out ; a scream from the other child drew Mrs. Griffiths's attention to it, and she instantly tore oft' the blazing frock, the only clothing the child had on at the time; she rubbed a red mark on his stomach with some lard, and he appeared so little injured that she thought there was no danger. On the Thursday night following he was suddenly taken much worse, and Dr. Park was sent for, and attended, but on Sunday, the 8th, the little boy died from the burns. A verdict of accidental death was returned — Maitland Mercury. Scone. — Since writi...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 19 June 1851

MINING INTELLIGENCE. (From the Bathurst Free Press.) Since our last issue a portion of our arrivals appear-to have been seized by a panic. They are rushing from the mines by dozens, and for the present all the articles for a gold-digger's outfit are at a discount. Picks and spades have been sold as low as Is. 6d, a piece, and cradles have been rock ing at a. very low figure. One was . pointed out: to us yesterday for which £3 had been paid, a fort night since, and had been . re-sold for 7s. 6d. Several sales by auction of picks, spades, cradles, and crowbars, besides flour, groceries, tarpaulins, and other requisites at the mines, have taker place in the town, and in every case a downward ten dency was perceptible. One of our brokers ; .who has been driving an extensive and lucrative trade in the above articles informs us they are no longer in demand. He is now availing himself of , the present depressed state of the market and pur chasing extensively. A party of about half a dozen ...

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Country Nems. BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 19 June 1851

-£outttrg Ntu-$, '. ????_- ' BATHUitST. Extract of a private letter from a visitor to the Diggings:— Orange^' 11th June, 1851. Though much hurried i. am desirous to acquaint you with the result of my experience of two days at the diggings. Monday I and Mr. M. started from Bathurst and arrived here the same evening ; Tuesday we set out in teems of rain, and got to Ophir by two o'clock, p.m. The road on either side of the mines is very precipitous. Every one agrees in saying, and with truth, that gold is dearly pur chased in travelling for it over the wild mountains. But a look at the mines repays the trouble under gone in visiting them. It would form a picture, and a beautiful one, to view the scene from either heights of the creek. At night it is really mag nificent. The tents of every shape, constructed of such rude and varied materials, the fires surrounded by the gold hunters, with countenances of every shape and expression ; the boisterous laugh and rude joke, the report of the ...

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COURT OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 19 June 1851

COURT OF CLAIMS. Court of Claims, June 10. — The following claims for deeds of grants of land and town allot ments will be ready for the examination of the Commissioners at the expiration of two months from this date, before whieh day any caveat or counter claim must be entered at this office. Due notice will be given of the days appointed fov hear ing. No. 1305. William Lawson, Esq., of Prospect, by his solicitors, Messrs. Holden and McCarthy. 1030 acres, county of Cumberland, parish of St. Luke, near Liverpool, (being part of twelve thou sand nine hundred acres granted to the Male Orphan School). 12,900 acres of land were granted under the Seal of the Colony, to the Male Orphan Institution, and became vested in the Church and School Corporation, who, by an indenture dated 4th December, 1827, sold the above-described portion 'to the late Rev. S. Marsden, who sold to Edward New, who sold to claimant. The conveyance to Marsden is defective, and a further conveyance is to be issued, a...

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THE GOVERNOR GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 19 June 1851

THE GOVERNOR GENERAL. In pursuance of the proclamation published in the , Government Gazette, the installation of His Excel lency Sir Charles Fitz Roy in the oflice of Governor General of the A\istralasian Colonies, and his re appointment as Governor-in-Chief and Captain General of New South Wales, took place on Thurs day, the 12th instaut at Government House. J nft (inintYiiuamn 4V/\tvt 4-\\a Huoun atYnnmi*iflcy fill* Charles Fitz Roy to be Governor-General of all her Majesty's possessions in Australia, and also the Commisssion of her Majesty re-appointing His Ex cellency to the office of Captain-General and Go-^ ?yarno'r-in-Chief of New Soiith ' Wales^ were1 read by Mr. Fitzpatrick the Clerk of the Executive Coun cil, after which the oaths of office were administered by Sir Alfred Stephen, Chief Justice, and subscribed to by his Excellency. The following proclamation, being the first issued by Sir Charles Fitz Roy in his new office, was then read. PROCLAMATION. By His Excellency S...

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COUNTRY AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 19 June 1851

COUNTRY AGENTS.' Adelaide — Mr. Michael D'Arcy, Appin— Mr. John Dwyer. Bathurst— Mr. James S. Fpeemam. 4 Belfast.— Mr. C. Middleton. Berrima— Mr T. D. O'Sollivan. ; Brisbane— Mr. Haynes. - Bungadore — Ma. John Dwter. ? ???! Browlee— Mr. Wm Doherty. ? j Brisbane Water—Mr. Chas. Trbanor. j Campbelltown — Mr. G. Plunkett. j Concord— Mr. John Clancy. - f Cooma, Manaroo.— Mr. A. Montagub. I East Maitland— Mr. Thomas Asuton. | Geelong — Mr. John Mansfield. ? J Goulburn-Mr. C. Fitzpatkick. ? I Hartley— Mr. E. Moriariy. | Hobart Town and Richmond, Van Diemen's Land, I J\f r. Thomas Bensley.. I Ipswich.— Mr. Peter Dwver. I JamberooandKiama Mr. Thomas Haniy. | Kissing Point— Mr. James F. Stanley | Liverpool— Mr. Thomas Cahil. | Lamiceston— Mr. James Madden. I Maneroo. - Mr. Dugald M- Donald, Cooroa i Melbourne-Messrs. Cregin and .Mqorb, Book- a sellers. ' » ????.'? i Newcastle.— Mr. John Rogers. ? ? ' -| Parramatta— Mr. John Joskph Mitli-hoiUM). j Penritti— Mr. Michael M'Namara-. ' | Picton— ...

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Frecland. BANQUET OF THE MAYOR OF DROGHEDA. The newly elected [?] [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 19 June 1851

? - . . .'Srilatttr. ~~~ BANQUET OP THE MAYOR OF DROGHEDA [?] [?] -ifs; t,:!,t t-jr 0™- --i .?.-«oc I witb all the honors y 'hlch 'rns ''''M^ [?] CKrtWity and good feelii ,g ? Utmost m-«l'B y,lB«t»t %-LL s'ch ' ttwinipnr of l,i. ^ifcni^!-..?''?1'8 !h»j'Sd the Mayor and [?] [?] and Ar wl /I TT ?y hoped that lhe ''?^ !hin ,/? tfaCe Of the fierce Pass'ons which had | been stirred up m the English mind, The contra«t | presented bv the calmness and moderation in Ireland was as gratifying, to the Christian as to the patriot His grace iervently hoped that nothing would tonrnf0,!11^1'6 *- that Calm and considerate Zl^ th0.uSh*- The Catholics only desired to irordup tl.e.r God accord. n* to the' dictates of «ien conscience and the doctrins of their religion Un their part there was every disposition to cultivate peace and harmony with every denomination of , t..B.i countrymen (hear, hear). They perfectly nndeistood the value of the principle that difference | in religion should not interpose ...

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Domestic Intelligence. DEPARTMENT OK INSOLVENT ESTATES. Before W. H. KERR, Esq., Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 19 June 1851

&omc$Uf JEntelUgnice. DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. Before W. H. Kerr, Esq., Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. This Day — Thursday, 19. — John Westmore, a second meeting, at 11 ; Thomas Cardwell, an ad journed second meeting, at noon. Tuesday, 24. — Samuel Terry Hughes, an ad journed special meeting, for examination, at half nast 10. Thursday, 26. — John Rotton, a single meeting, at half-past 10. \ July. — Thursday, 10. — George Luck, Robert Gill, and George Duff Gill, certificate meetings, and Thomas Molloy, an adjourned certificate meeting, at noon. Thursday, 17. — Thomas Bott Humphrey, a special meeting, at 1 1 ; Charles Alexander Army tage, John Henry Merritt, Robert Bubb, and Alexander Donaldson Kellie, certificate meetings, at noon.

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