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DINNER TO THE DELEGATES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 March 1851

DINKER, TO, THE DELEGATES. IT will . bereen; hy an advertisement in another part of our .pifblication, that thc Committee of tho Association for prevent- ing tho Revival of Transportation, has de- termined to banquet tho, Victorian and Tasmanian dológatos.'. This Committeo, as is well-known," waB appointed by tho largest Public Meeting ever hold in Aus- , tralia, and may .therefore bo fairly con-' sidcred as a representation of, ¿ho feelings '< : i . 1 -,-. 1 .,?. '/ 'rf. -, -pf tho community/ It follows! 'th»! *thc ^OoqiwHtco's act, is the act pf tho peoples The public, then, are concerned in the character of the Dinner to be given to the Delegates from the neighbouring colonies, -concerned in, its being a demonstration worthy of the cause and worthy of our- selves. The spacious building granted by Mr. Mort for the occasion, is in all respects except situation, better adapted for such a festivity than any other in the city ; and we understand that several private gentle-...

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 March 1851

CLEARANCES. March 27.-Scotia, schooner,'68 tona, ' Captain John Ward, for Otago via Wellingtons Passen- gers-Mr. W, Balloon, Mr. George r. Grey, <Mr. W.. Grey. ' -\r..s íca î qa I March 27.-Emma, bi-ig,,"12t Jtonsi'lCaptain Alfred Brooks, for Aucklandr T^'saehgors-Dr. and Mrs. Dixon, Mi*. J. Bucliannan; Miss M'lvers, Misses A. and E. CarsonVMi'S;"Roed, Mr. and Mrs. Chittonddn, Mr. S. Morgan, Mr. H; Pawdrell, Mr. John Adamson, Mr. Dryden, Messrs. William and Robert Carson, Mr. Richard Reed and daughtor, Mr. Richard Eade, Philip Roberts and son. March 27.-Velocity, schooner, 138 tons, Cap- tain M'Veigh, for Melbourne. Passengers-Mr. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Powell, son, and daughter, Mr. Thomas Field, Mi*. James Keating, Air, John l'igdon, Mr. Duncan Campbell.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 March 1851

SAUCES. ANCHOVY, Harvey, Beefsteak, Reading, Union, Worcester, Tomate, King of Oudiv John Bull, Royal, Davis, Mushroom and Walnut Ketchup, Indian Soy, Chetnev. S. PEEK* AND CO., 1*2 Importers and Dealer»». , BOTTLED FRUITS, GREEN GAGE, Damson. Gooseberry, Cherries, Red Currants, Black Currant*, Currants and Cherries, Raspberries, Raspberries and Currants. S. PEEK & CO., 182 Importers and Dealer?. \ ] WINES. PORT, in pipes, hogsheads, quarter-casks, octaves, 1 dozen and 3 dozen cases, and by the do'/.cn. Sherry, r ditto Marsala, ditto French Wines-various. S. PEEK <fc CO., 202 Importers and Dealers. THE EMPIRE. The terms of Subscription to The Lmpir« ar« 7s. Cd. per Quarter, payable in advance. All Advertisements, after this date, will be charged as follows -.-For the first inch, 2s. Gd., and hu every additional inch, Is., each insertion. Tho number of insertions must be written loffiblv on tho faco of all Advertisements, 01 otherwise they will bo inserted niiu shi...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 March 1851

ONE OF THE PRINTERS.-There is a good practical printer by the name of J nines Evans, who lives at Batavia, Ohio, who educated himself at a distinguished literary institution in New Hampshire, is a' practical farmer, has taught sbools of various grades in New England, travelled through roost -of the States of the Union, taught a high school in Ohio, aseminaiy in Kentucky, an academy in Illinois, and one in Missouri ; has been a su- perintendent of .common schools and school examiner, a president of a college of teachers, and of a literary association, who once offered a prize, of 50 dollars for the best method of teaching the branches usually taught in a high school, and 25 for those taught in common' schools ; who has acted in the cupacity of editor of three different newspapers, and more or less in the capacity of constable, sheriff, county treasurer, recorder, auctioneer, ami merchant, wholesale pedlar and postmaster at three different places ; who is a practical surveyor, enginee...

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ANTI-TRANSPORTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 March 1851

ANTI-TRANSPORTATION. Yesterday at half-past ten o'clock, a Public Meeting was held at the Royal Hotel, for the pre- sentation of an address to the Delegates of Vic- toria and Tasmania, from the Committee of tho New South Wales Association for preventing tho revival of transportation. The meeting was very numerously attended, and the Delegates were re- ceived with enthusiastic demonstrations of re- spect. The chair was occupied by Charles Cowper, Esq., Chairman of the Association : who proceeded to deliver the following Address to the Delegates in the name and on belialf of the Association : " Gentlemen-We, the Committee of the New South Wales Association for preventing the re- vival of transportation, on behalf of ourselves, and of that large majority of colonists, whoso opinions and sentiments on this momentous subject, we re- present, desire to express the pleasure we feel in welcoming you to this city, as Delegates of neigh- bouring British settlements, impelled by a common wrong...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. ABSTRACT OF AUCTION SALES THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 March 1851

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. ABSTRACT OF AUCTION SALES THIS DAY. Ma. STEWART.--At the Horse Bazaar, Pitt-street, at 11 o'clock, Several Horses, Phaeton, Gigs, Jaunting Car, «te. Mont AND BROWN.-At their Rooms, at 12 o'clock, (¡80 Fat Wethers. G. A. LLOYD.-At the City Mart, at 11 o'clock, a Quantity of Sundries iu the Hardware and Brushware Line.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE LABOUR MEETING. To the Editor of the Empire. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 March 1851

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE LABOUR MEETING. To the Editor of the Empire. Sm-I had intended to roviow the proceedings of the mooting at tho Royal Hotel ; but it was so foolish an affair that I should be ashamed to write seriously respecting it. Rational mon usually know what thoy. intend doing when thoy formally conveno a public meeting. The men who got up this meeting know nothing, intended nothing, did nothing-except stultify themselves. Every person whoso name is appended to tho requisition for convening it should feol ashamed of himself. If ho meant anything by his signa- ture, why. wasn't ho present, and active? If ho meant nothing, why did he sign ? _ A SPECTATOR. March 28.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 March 1851

Ile that spoalceth flattery to his friends oven the eyes of his children shall fail.-Jons xvii, 50.

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A VILLAGE TYRANT. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 March 1851

A VILLAGE TYRANT. IT was a favourite.remark, though some- what characteristic of the, professional habits of its author, our celebrated coun- tryman. Lord Erskine, that one of the grandest results of the British Constitution was the bringing twelve men into a jury box. Wo certainly shall not quarrel with the sentiment. In one respect, we believe, no truer index is afforded to the social character of a people than the passing commentaries which our Courts of Justice furnish forth to us. Here is seen the de- velopment of national institutions, the genuine workings of the political machine. Nor aro our colonial Courts of Justice deficient in ¡Illustrations of the social cha- racter of the times ; and a glance now and then within their precints is by no means profitless-] or u nin st ruc ti ve. Our public journalists would do well to explore these hidden and uninviting recesses more fre- quently, and they would find probably that something good can come out of Naxa roth. The case of LAW...

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SETTLERS' WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 March 1851

SETTLERS' WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT WHEAT.-In this market, sales continuo vory brisk, prices varying from ös. Od., to Os. Od. per bushel. FLOUH.-Stocks on hand aro very, baro, and prices vary ; tho quotation at somo of tho mills, is, fine £10 per ton, and others £17. MAIZE.-Good old mnizo will readily sell at 3s. Ud. per bushol, now ditto, 3s. to Us. 3d. ENGLISH BAIILEY-Only of prinjo malting sam- ples aro saleable, ?*- CAP» BABLKT is limited" in «até» »nd price» have declined, .' -j-; BAX,'-Very plontiful, varying in prices from £2 XHa, to £3 10s, per toi», BUTTER is realising from Is, to Is. 2d, per lb. CHEESE.-Scarce, and very saleable. BACON AND HAMS, well cured,'in great demand. EGGS-Are worth about Od. per dozen, if fresh. FAT PIGS-Small sizes in good condition, aro very saleable. CALVES.-Nominal. SHEEP.-Aro plentiful, but prime ones will find ready sale. BULLOCKS.-The market is tolerably supplied, but very good beasts will sell. TALLOW.-Is very saleable, though little offering ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 March 1851

The introduetion by the Australian Bishop«? of the question of Holy Baptism was uncalled for, and injudicious.-Report of Opinions of the Clergy of South Australia.

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SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. (Compiled from the Custom House Records for this Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 March 1851

SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. ( Compiled from the Custom House Records for this Journal.) Spirits and To- bacco for tho¡ week ending March 28, 1851 Rum, W.I. B.P " E. I. di Mauri tius B. P, " Foreign States Arrack, Date, it Palm tree Rum and other F Spirits not enu- merated, ...i. Brandy ., Geneva . Whiskey. Liqueurs ., British Spirits .. Total Tobacco, Fig and Cavendish. " Leaf. Cigars. Snuff . Total «."2 . 2 §£ galls '93942 14175 12491 0432 103048 77334 12941 352 8003 320318 lbs. 81035 12G0 20422 1448 113105 galls. 1G5 3785 nil nil 1G8 475 17 hil nil lbs 517 nil 4020 nil 4540 *5W Pi galls 2155 nil nil 2304 1440 47 nil. nil. 4010 0731 lbs. 3254 nil u 2 galls, ml. 148 303 307 1008 210 nil nil nil 2072 lbs. nil 623 007 nil nil 38771 1754 "*2 . galls. 91952 17030 12008 3125 99004 70144 12011 352 8003 / 821525 lbs. . 77151 1200 32221 1448 112080

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DIARY. MEMORANDA TO NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 March 1851

DIARY*. MKHOnAMU TO XKXT I'VBI.IOATlOtf. ' MAKCII. SUN. risos, j sets. "svruKiUY. I 0 8 | 5 52 | & 10 mon iVATKR. morh. | oven. 5 4U New Moon, 4 38 A.M., April 2.

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To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 March 1851

To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. GENTLEMEN-Premising tluit I have neither the time, inclination, intention, nor ability to enter into a polemical controversy, I only wish to ask, in justice to a large class of religionists in various parts of the world, a small space in your columns to notice a single expression in Mr. Salmon's letter published in your paper of the 17th instant. Mr. S. speaks of " Unitarian hatred of Im- manuel." By " Immanuel" is meant, of course, Jesus Christ. Now, innsmuch as the tenets of Unitarians are founded on the teaching of " tho man, Christ Jesus?," and forbid them, consequently, to hate any one, it is clearly absurd and illogical, and, therefore, unjust to charge them with hatred of their teacher. Difference of opinion regarding his person, and attributes docs not justify such an accusation. I cannot conçoive why Unitarians should havo been thus dragged into the squabble between Mr. S. and the Freeman's Journal. They do not court controversy,...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 March 1851

OHSEHVATfOXf» ON, MmUTlBS ¿t? FRO PIPINGS AT i M»«TLNT4; .op. Tire . ÏÇpTnP>OWTX?,AND güFFÍJAG5^ BÄnÖPS OP TÍIB PltÔyiNOE» t>P AUSTRALIA, A.D. 1850» ADDRESSED TO TIIE METRO- POLITAN AND SüFFRAQAN BISHOPS, BY RICIIARD SADLIER, R.N., TRUSTEE AND CHURCH WARDEN OP ST. LUKE'S CHURCH, LIVERPOOL, N.S.W.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 March 1851

PUUDENT STIPULATION.-An elderly maiden lady, with a pride above being dé- lie ndent upon wealthier relations, retired daily to her chamber to pray for "a comfort- able* competency," which she always ex- plained iu these word», and with a more elevated voice:-"And lest, O Lord, thou shouldsfc not understand what I mean, I menn four hundred a-year, paid quarterly." Blackwood.

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COMMERCIAL, INTELLIGENCE, PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 March 1851

COMMERCIAL, INTELLIGENCE, PRODUCE CIRCULAR. Tho arrivals of Wool for sala during tho past Week have been small, and readily placed at for- mer quotations, and for any really first rate wool, . extreme prices have been obtained, as shown by tho following list, at mv weekly sale, yesterday. Beef Tallow, is worth £29 to £29 10s. Mutton,, £30 to £31 for good. Hides and Sheepskins arrive but in limited quantities, and fully last week's rates have been paid/ 6 bales, M over Hoggett, 16Jd. ; 5 bales, ME, Hid. ; 3 bales, HdsH, 15id. ; 14 bales, skin, GD, 13d. ; 8 bales ditto, S, Hid. ; 1 and 2 bags, HR, lOid. ; 4 bales, F J, 13id. ; 1 bale grey and locks, FJ, 8!d. ; 29 bales, GD, 14*d. ; 20 bales, GD, Uid. ; 6 bales, T8, 14td. ;19 bales, CL, löjd. ; 1 bale locks, GD, 7*d. ; 15 bales, GR, 14*d. ; 3 bales, li over IF, 13d. ; 4 bales, It, 14td. ; 0 bales broken and grey, C in diamond, 12id. ; 2 bales, III, laid. ; 1 bale groy, G, 12Jd. ; 2 bales greasy, MH, obd. ; 1 halo, scoured, T, 11 îd. ; ...

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 March 1851

COASTERS OUTWARDS. .March 28.--Joaniq' Deans, 31 tons, Wilkins, for niadulla, with 'sundries ; Orient, 2S, Crann, for. JJrowleo, wj£h/uuidriQs'; iHolus, 48, Watt, for-jtuo-, BelHnyer t River, ,in ( ballast ; Young ,Q,ii£on,,i, 31,i Thompson,'1,fbr Morpeth",,in ballast; .Mary Ann," .V*, Francis,, for ¡apretón. Bay, with> sundries I; > l'.niily, 30,, Guretpn ;(, Brothera, 27, , M\Cauly(l;; Vivn, 45. AVi^Iiatygoa'j^Mnry Jane, ({32, Kelly ,ti Warlock, 43,',', ^ib^o'ji^ all for NqwcastU>,il>in{ ballast ; Tamar, sicamor, 130, Taino, for Morpeth,; with sundries., ( ^j É j""Y ,^,. , i s.,â ?> MI-M.

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 March 1851

COASTERS INWARDS. ', March 28.-Warlock, 43 tons, Gibson, from Newcastle, with C5 tons coals ; Vixen, 45, William- son, from Newcastle, with 50 tons coals ; Clarissa, <ii>. Campbell, from Newcastle, with 80 tons coals ; .Brothers, 27, M'Cauley, from Newcastle«, with 35 Tons coals; Young Queen, 31, Thompson, from Vewcastle, with 3S tons coals ; Mary Jano, 32, Kelly, from Nowcastlo, with 42 tons coals ; Frederick Griffiths, 54, Dea ring, from tho Clarence River, with 84 bales wool ; Thistle, steamer, 127, Mulhall, from Morpeth, with 70 hales wool, 30 hides, 00 boxes candles, 25 bags dour, 4 casks beef, 80 pigs, 352 bushels maize, 8S bushels wheat, 15 bushels barley, 24 bags potatoes, 5 bags onions, ;'< calves, 10 trusses hay, and sundries.

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WHOLESALE MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 March 1851

WHOLESALE MARKET PRICES. CHAIN.-Wheat, per bushel, from Os. 8d. to Os. 9d. ; the supply to the market has bcen.good, nales aro easily effected at steady prices, ' Barley, per bushel, from 3s. Od. to 3s. Od. ; large quantités have come to the market, good samples aro in de- mand, but inferior samples are scarcely saleable. Maize, per bushel, from 3s. 3d. to 3s. Gd. ; very little coming to markot, and is in good demand. Oats, per bushel, from 2s. Od. to 3s. ; nearly all tho stores are without good samples. POULTRY.-Fowls, per couple, from Is. 10J. to 2.s. ; the supply this week has been small, near all the poulterers aro without good birds. Ducks, per couple, from 2s. to 2s. 3d. ; very few good birds are in the market for sale. Turkeys, per couple, from 6s. to 7s. Od. ; good birds aro sea roo and in demand. Geese, per couple, from. 4s. Gd. to 5s. Gs. ; there is none coming to market. Eggs, per dozen, from lOd. to lOJd. ; the supply is small, and the demand is good, DAIHY.-Butter, per,...

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