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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 26 June 1851

- TO CORRESPONDENTS. All letters and communications to the Editors and the Publisher must be prepaid. It is necessary that the writers of all communica tions should 'furnish the' Editors with their real names and addres3. Although this information is not required for publication, it is requisite as a guarantee of their being genuine. THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1851. 'In Necessariis Uiiitas, in Dubiis Libertas, in .Omnibus Charitas.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 26 June 1851

TOWN AGENCIES. Subscriptions and Advertisements for The Freeman's Journal will be received by Mr. J. K. Heydon, King-street, Messrs. E. and D. M'Encroe, George-street, Mr. John Carew, corner of George and Goulburn-streets, Mr. P. Walsh, Parramatta at.reet, and Mr. Thomas McEncroc, Grocer, Sussex atrept. Market Wharf.

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THE NECESSITY OF UNITY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 26 June 1851

?THK NECESSITY OF UNITY. How far does the Executive support the . Administration? Burke has beautifully defined grace to be 'beauty in motion.' Some other eminent writer has observed that with equal pro priety wisdom may be defined ' knowledge in action.' It is unquestionably true, that a man may possess a vast stock of knowledge and not one particle or wisdom, witnout ' knowledge no man can be wise. He alone is so, who acts upon (whose couduct is di rected by) the requisite knowledge he has 'acquired. In our last number we found occasion to 'make manifest, the utter incapacity of the late premier, Lord John Ilusseil, to occupy ? the exalted station to which untoward cir 'cumstances had raised him. This 'for - ever fallen' political pbantasruagorean had not acquired the knowledge absolutely ne ; cessary to constitute him, a man qualified to conduct wisely the affairs of the vast British empire. So far from _' discerning the signs of the tiroes' and being able to pilot, as a skilful ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 26 June 1851

This day twelvemonth the ' First Number' of this Publication issued from the Press We have reason to be satisfied with the progress made by ' Tub Freeman's Jour nal' 'during the first year of its existence, and have heard will pleasure of the favour able impressions made by the perusal of its columns on the mind and opinions of its daily increasing subscribers. The con ductors of the ' Freeman' held out no flattering anticipations of the result of their literary labours; neither did they make any high-sounding promises of effecting great 'reforms' in our social or political condition. They professed to be the honest and strenuous Advocates of Civil and Re ligious Liberty, in the true sense of the word, and decidedly opposed to the domi neering ascendancy of any party fijjfber in . Church or State,. And we trust that our readers have had no reason to find fault with us on this paramount question. We had no misgivings of the fiual success of the Free man's Journal, when we undertook t...

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SAINT GEORGE'S, LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 26 June 1851

SAINT GEORGE'S, LONDON. (3-om the Tablet ) The eventful year to the Catholics of Eng land, 1850, is closed, and what 1851 is to produce human foresight cannot see. All the mischief that could be done to us has been done — and as for the rest, it will be words, and only words. The age for pains and penalties on religious grounds has passed away, and cannot return in this country. England is indifferent, notwithstanding all the meetings and speeches that have tired ua iu uecuii. xungiana is mditterent as to Bishops or Archbishops of Westminster, or of any other place. 1[ the country were polled to-morrow, the tens of thousands would have neither, if their existence took ?anything from the pocket. What men look to in our days is paying money for things that they could do without, and they feel satisfied that they could go on very well without Bishops and Archbishops. Now, this conviction is growing apace. What good do Bishops and Archbishops do for the country ? This is a question very...

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LORD ARUNDEL AND LORD JOHN RUSSELL. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 26 June 1851

LO-RD ARUNDEL AND LORD JOHN RUSSELL. ( From the Catholic Standard. ) Lord Arundel and Surrey presents his compliments to the editor of the Times, and would be much obliged by the publication of the enclosed letter. Carkon-terrace, Wednesday, Feb. 5th. 11, Carlton-terrace, * Wednesday, Feb. 5th. My Lord, — Tt was not until this after ij I noon, after reading the speech delivered by & Lcrd Lansdowne in the House of Lords i ?! yesterday, and after referring again to your : I lordship's speech in the other house, that , I the conviction forced itself upon my mind I that your lordship did actually believe the :j ;[ recent appointment of a Catholic Hierarchy \ i in this country to be an assumption of tem ; c poral power on the part of the Pope. It § really had not occurred to me previously that you, or any of her Majesty's Ministers, I | did or could view the appointment of the I i hierarchy in that light. I beg, therefore, I !! most distinctly to assure your lordship, in i the st...

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR JUNE, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 26 June 1851

CATHOLIC DIRECTORY' FOR JUNE, 1851. 26 Th Octave of Corpus Christi, d.m. 27 F S. Basil, bp. and conf. from 14t.h 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. Peter and Paul, d., first c/ass. 30 M ,Com. of S. Paul, ap. d.

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MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 26 June 1851

MAITLAND. Grafton. — The country on the 'Clarence River is now looking beautiful, in consequence of the plentiful rains which have fallen. We have not yet had any frosts. Buildings are gradually springing up in the township; especially on the south side of the river ; but as there is neither brick nor stone, they are all built of wood, and indeed it is rattier hard to obtain even that, for the sawyers are few in number, and fully employed. Sharp's boiling, or rather steaming establishment is in full operation, putting down forty bullocks the wharf, waiting for vessels, and there are still a great many bales of wool to go away to Sydney. — Maitland Mercury. The Search fob Gold. — Specimens of supposed golden promise continue to be forwarded toMaitland by discoverers, and on Monday two very promising looking specimens were sent in, one from Singleton, having been brought from the interior, and one guessed to be from the Upper William or the Manning. Neither unfortunately will stand th...

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THE ABORIGINES OF NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 26 June 1851

THE ABORIGINES OF NEW ZEALAND. The following are a few of the extracts reported by the New Zealander from the Lectures of the Rev. Thomas Buddie, on the manners, customs, &c, of the Abori gines of New Zealand : — CUSTOMS OF WAR. The Polynesians generally are a people addicted to war. Christianity has effected a remarkable change. Where its influence has been but partially received, and its peaceful and benevolent precepts but par tially submitted to, the passion for war is held in check ) and when it has burst forth, it has been marked by a subdued ferocity, and its results have been much less sangui nary than formerly : — where Christianity has established its rule and obtained en tire approval and submission, the war pro pensity is well nigh extinguished. It has given place to love oi the useful arts, has inspired proper regard for the rights of property, and created earnest desire for domestic improvement and social progress. Such have invariably been the happy re sults o...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 26 June 1851

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. The Legislative Council was adjo\irned to. the 1st July, in consequence of the impossibility of pro curing a ' house' for the final reading of the Electoral Bill. Some of the honourable members absented themselves from disinclination, and others from indisposition. Sir W. Denison was expected to visit Launceston during the current month. The Colonial Times says the greater number of prisoners on board the Lady Kennaway, are, for tunately for our colonists, about to be consigned to the penal settlement of Norfolk Island ; that they are a draft of the most degraded ruffians that ever left the shores of our mother country, cannot for a moment be doubted ; still degraded as they are, it could scarcely have been necessary to have carried into effect to so great an extent, the inhuman, dis gusting, and cruel system of corporal punishment, that has, from report, been done on board this ship. Rumour says, that even the chief officers have been obliged to act as ilagellato...

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NORTH BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 26 June 1851

NORTH BRISBANE. Tom our contemporary, the Moreton Bay ^wr;er, of June 17th,. we find that a meeting of ?uui- .transportation sts had been held in one of w»o large rooms of the Court House, North Bris anej tor the purpose of nominating a fit and Foper person to represent the Stanley Boroughs in the New Council. Mr. John Richardson was called to the chair, and a resolution unanimouly adopted, that Mr. Richard Jones was a fit and proper person to represent their interests in the Council. The meeting was numerously attended and _ the speeches of the Auti-T ransportationists admirably adapted to the occasion. This is a step in the right direction, and by unity of action there is little doubt but the Darling Downs ProTran sportation clique will find in the defeat of their candidate that they represent the opinion only of a very small section of the population of the dis trict.

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[?]g Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 26 June 1851

???-??'. ?? *??.:-- ? ??? '_ ? ' ? -.'?? ? . . . . ? . ?' ????' ? t..-. ? '?-', ' ARRIVALS.- ? June 19.— Maid of. Erin, brig, 152 tons, Captain Ellis, from Hobart Town the (?th instant. June 21. — -Esperanza, bri:{, 141 tons, ©aptain Moodie, from Port Phiilip the 12th inst. .... June 21.— Wild Irish G'irl, brig, 125 tons, Captain Todd, from Adelaide eke loih inst. June '21.— Adelaide, schooner, .93 tons, Captain Pitt, from Port Phillip the 17th inst. June 21. — Phcebe, schooner, 8.9 tons, ? Captain Nickson^ from Port Phillip the 17th inst. June 21.— Christina, brig, 12(5 tons, Captain Korff, from Port Phillip the 15th inst. June 21. — Envelope, barque, 402 tons, Captain Tomlinson, from Liverpool the loth February. June 21.— Don Juan, schooner, 130 tons, Captain Courteimy, from Port Phillip the 11th inst. June 2L— Diana, brig, 103 tons, Captain Peake, from Port Phillip, the 11th inst. June 21.— Wanderer, brig, 140 tons, Captain Jackson, from Newcastle. June 22.— Esther, schooner, .54...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 26 June 1851

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. The South A\istralians are becomiug uneasy at the prospect of having their mines deserted by the workmen coming to our land of Ophir, to try their fortunes in the gold field,' upon this point' *The South Australian Register says : — u The defection of that portion of our population which has been hitherto engaged in the mines is to be apprehended, as well as numerous others engaged in pastoral oc cupations. Hence, the tivo classes whose interests are likely to suffer are the mine proprietors and the stockholders. Immediate measures require to Up. t.riknn tn nvp.vfinfc thf- ITrmift frnvp.mmfint. rlps patching any more emigrant vessels to our port until it shall be ascertained that our population have no disposition to leave their homes. All who . come, so long as the mania lasts, are brought hither at the expense of our land fund to the bene fit of the labour market of New South Wales. The prosperity of the colony, and justice to the purchasers of land, require that ...

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Colonial News. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 26 June 1851

Colonial News. VICTORIA. Indications. — Yesterday we saw a fine specimen of crystalised quartz brought from the Pyrenees, where it is known to abound. A medical gentle- man recently returned to this province from Cali- fornia, says that "wherever chrystalised quartz was discovered in California, gold was plentiful." The same authority affirms that, from the simi- larity of the Plenty country to the Californian gold-fields, he has not the least doubt of the exis- tence of the precious metal in the river and ranges. COPPER.— There are at the present moment lying at Mr. Brentani's watch establishment, several ex- cellent specimens of copper ore, said to be found within twelve or fourteen miles of Melbourne, near a main line of road. Four men it seems were tra- velling through the bush and came upon the speci- mens, which were detached from a larger quantity   which was seen cropping over the surface in several places. If we could only succeed in procuring a good copper and...

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PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 26 June 1851

PARRAMATTA. .       Sudden Death.— On Sunday last as Elizabeth Walker, of this town, was bringing her child to Dr. Robertson it died in her arms. Information was given to the coroner, Mr. Lyons, who ascertained from Dr. Robertson that the mother had consulted him before about the child's illness. There being no reason therefore to suppose that death was the result of other than natural causes. The coroner ordered a burial without an inquest. Inquest. — An inquest was held at the Lunatic and Invalid Establishment, on Wednesday the 18th inst.. before Mr. C. B. Lyons. coroner for the district, on view of the body, of Mary Jane Marvel,   then and there lying dead.' It appeared from the   evidence that deceased was received into this insti-   tution from Tarban Creek, on the 16th April last, as an incurable, labouring under mania and pa ralysis. The jury found, that deceased met her death by suffocation in a fi...

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EPITOME OF HOME NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 26 June 1851

EPITOME OF HOME NEWS. This Great Exhibition.—- On Thursday evening week; at the Crystal Palace, the wind began to blow   heavily from the south-west, and all of a sudden the glazing of about 1000 square feet gave way. W'fh   the actual realisation of the exhibition so close at hand, the public will be interested to know what enterprising person has been first upon the boards of the Crystal Palace in the character of a contribu- tor. Great Dramas arts often opened on the stage by actors filling very minor parts. Here ia a great spectacle, to which the whole world is invited, and   in which every branch of human industry is expected to figure. Who, it will be asked, has had the courage first to venture on the boards and throw down his gauntlet of universal defiaricef All honour to the   fair sex ; the exhibition can boast of a woman as its first contributor. A milliner has been earliest in the field in the great industrial rush to Hy...

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Country News. BATHURST. MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 July 1851

®omttrg l$ew&t bathurst. mining intelligence. (From the Balhurst Free Press. ) Since our last very little has transpired worthy of recording. In the early part of the week Mr. Hardy started for the Turon diggings, but .has re turned to Ophir. What arrangements are in pro cess for the collection of the license, fees at the Turon we are not aware ; but it must be pretty clear that another Commissioner will be required for that recrion. as to collect the tax with anv de gree of efficiency at Ophir, both the Commissioner and anssistant Commissioner will be pretty fully occupied. . . From the best sources we learn that there are now about 500 people at the Turon diggings, and that the number is daily increasing. Those 'vho go about their work with any degree of aptitude are earning from 8s. to 15s. a day. In some cases as much as £l a day has been earned, and in* others less than 8s. ; but all agree in stating that any working man with ordinary industry will make his 10s. per die...

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VICTORIA.—PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 July 1851

VICTORIA.— PROCLAMATION. (From Tuesday's Govesnment Gazette.)' By His Excellency Sir Charles Augustus Fitz Roy? Knight Companion of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphicj Order, Governor-General of all Her Majesty's Australian Possessions and Captain General and Governor-in-Chief of the Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies. Whereas by an Act of the Imperial Parliament of Great Britain and Ireland, passed m the oessiou of the thirteenth and fourteenth years of Her Ma jesty's reign, intitutled, 'An Act for the better Government of Her Majesty's Australian Colonies,' after reciting amongst other things that it is expe dient that the district of Port Phillip, then and now part of the colony of New South Wales, should be erected into a separate colony, it is amongst other things enacted, that after such provisions as there inafter mentioned shall have been made by the Governor and Council of New South Wales -arid upon the issuing of the Writs for' the 'first election in pursuance th...

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DISSOLUTION OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 July 1851

DISSOLUTION OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From Monday's Government Gazette.) ? ? ?? ? PROCLAMATION. By his Excellency Sir Charles Augustus Fitz Roy, Knight Companion of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order, Governor-General of all Her Majesty's Australian PossesionSj and Captain General and Governor-in-Ohief of the Terri tory of New South Wales and its Dependencies. Wiieheas by a certain Act of ihe Imperial Parlia ment of Great Britain mid Ireland, passed in the fifth and sixth years of the reign- of Her, Most Gracious Majesty Queen Victoria, ; iiuituletlj. ' An Act for the Government of New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land,' it was amongst ether things enacted, that it should be lawful for. the Governor of New South Wales to prorogue the Legislative Council thereof from time to time, and dissolve the same by proclamation or otherwise, whenever he should deem it expedient ; and whereas it-is ex pedient to dissolve the said Legislative Council : now, therefore, I, Sir Charles Augustus...

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THE AUSTRALASIAN LEAGUE. Launceston, June 16, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 3 July 1851

THE AUSTRALASIAN LEAGUE. Launceston, June 16, 1851. Dear S:r,— I hasten to tvansmit to you, for the information of the Executive Board of the Austra lasian League, copy of a protest addressed by this Council to Earl Grey, on the arrival of the Lady Kennaway and Black Friar, convict ships, and which it is proposed to repeat as often as convict ships may arrive. . . I am, dear sir, yours faithfully, HENRY DO WL1NG, Jun., Hon. Secretary, Northern TasmariiaBranch. Gilbert Wright, Esq., &c The solemn declai-ation and protest of the Council of the Northern Tasmanian Branch of the Aus tralasian League, made the 13th day of May, 1851. Whereas, in the year 1847, the Queen's gracious purpose was announced to the colonists, that Trans portation to Van Diemen's Land should npt be re sumed at the expiration of the two years, for which period it had been previously decided it should be suspended ; Whereas, his Excellency the Lieutenant Governor publicly announced that ' her Majesty's Gove...

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