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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 1 April 1851
DEPARTURES. March 31.-Cantero, barque, 2(16 tons, Captain li. Taylor, for Hobart Town, in ballast. Fassen-, gel's-Miss'B. Henrv, H. Ashton, J. Abbott, W. Clews, R. Fryall. March 31.-Scotia, schooner, 08 tons, Captain .loira Ward, for Otago via Wellington.- Passen- gers-Mr. W. Ralloeh, Mi-. Georgo Grey, Mr. W. Grey.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 1 April 1851
? T^uESTSfr-iAn ' inquest WRB held on Saturday Jr\st( a(. Mr, Spencer s. '¿he Dungatç Inn, Li'ver T.'}> pool and Castlereagh' streets/ on viewof the body of patrick GartyV1; "Janies" Kennedy, y-únele to - ' - riecëtftéd-,' stated tbat'deceáscd lived in'his bouse ; was twenty-three or twenty-four years' of age ; was .i taken ill on Saturday- last¡ and had a swelling under the'car; that ho had obtained'medicine from Mr. Row, chemist ftrid druggist, Pitt-street, which appeared to db lum no good ¡ that subse- quently he called on Dr.' Tierney, who advised deceased to go to tho'Infirmary, and prescribed for him ; deceased told him that he thought the medicine lie had had from Mr. Row caused the swelling in his throat, in consequence of which Dr. Tierney and Mr, Nelson,- surgeon, made, a JKOSÎ mortem examination, tho result of which was, j that they, ga ve -it as' their opinion that deceased' «lied from water on tho chest. Verdict-Died by the visitation of God.-Another inquest was held...
POLICE OFFICE.—MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 1 April 1851
POLICE OFFICE.-MONDAY. Before His Worship thc Mayor,. John M'Lcrie, Esq., O'Neil Brenan, Esq., and the Police Magistrate. THE DIIUNKARD'S LIST.-A great humber of habitual drunkards'were brought up this morning. One of tho delinquents, a female, has been re- peatedly before the bench during the last three months, and Mr. .Dowling sent her to gaol for three calendar months, and directed that she should bo kept to hard labor. A few more visita- tions of tho like nature, on the more troublesome drunkards, would do no harm. ASSAULTING A CONSTAULE.-William May was sentenced to seven days' imprisonment for assault ing tho police in thc execution of duty. SUSPICION OV STEALIXU.-Terence Hannah was charged with stealing a cash box, containing a watch and several other articles, tho property of John Challis, a fellow servant, in tho employ of Mr. Foster, confectioner, George-street. Thopro porfcy was missed by Challison Saturday night, and from the circumstance of tho prisoner's having been le...
CENTRAL GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 2 April 1851
CENTRAL. GERMANY. Our Frankfort correspondence is of the Geh instant. No conflict had taken place in Hesse. The Prussian troops had retreated from Uersfeld. The federal forces have advanced to that place. The head-quarters of the Federal army are at Hunfehl. The Wurtemberg armaments, have been discontinued. This news produced a favorable impression on the Frankfort Exchange. Exchanges on the 6th inst.-Bank Shares, 1.065; Five per Cent. Métalliques, 74$; four per Cent. Métalliques, 57A ; Four-nnd a-half per Cent Métalliques, 64.4;.
CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 2 April 1851
CLEARANCES. April 1.- Phoebe, schooner, 80 tons, Captain Nicksoii,- for Melbourne. Passengers-Mr. W. H. Heimctí,1 Mri! George Creed, Mr. J. Cottee, Mr. J. Panton, "MivT.vDunri,.Mr. and Mrs. White, and son, Mr. Murphy,. Mr, Henderson.
COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 2 April 1851
COASTERS INWARDS. April Í.-William the 4th, steamer, 54, Sullivan, from Wollongong, with 155 bags wheat, 95 kegs butter, 4 tons bark, (1 casks ale, 12 trusses hay, 20 pigs, and 10 calves ; Twin Sisters, 25, Barnes, from Shoalhaven Uiver, .with 70 tons potatoes ; Amphitrite, 19, Baxter, from Shell Harbour, .200 bushels wheat, 150 bushels barley, half a ton pota- toes, 1000 feet timber, 8 kegs butter ; Bard's Legacy, 25, Bloxham, from Shoalhaven, with .20 tons potatoes, 150 bushels wheat;. Phantom, 23, . Settree, from Brisbane Water, , with ¡i .8000, feet; timber ; Margaret, 20, Lambert, from,Newcastle, with 700 bushels wheat, 150 bushels barley, 50 bushels maizo ; Cygnot, 30, Murray,' from . Wol- longong, with 150 bushels wheat, 90 bushels bar- ley, 0 bales, 100 bundles bark ;.ltoso, steamor, 172, Harding, from Morpeth, with 70 bales wool, 34 trusses hay, 307 bushels wheat, 224 bushels maize, Jrf bushels barley, 2 bags flour, 15 bags onions, 1 bale skins, 18 hides, 89 pigs, 2 calves,...
COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 2 April 1851
COASTERS OUTWARDS. April 1.-William the 4th, steamer, 54, Sulli- van; for Wollongong, "with sundries ; Phantom; 2y, Set tree, for Brisbane Water, in ballast ; Am plucrito, 19, Baxter, for Shell Harbour, with sun- dries ; Clarissa, GO, Campbell, for Nowcastlo, in ballast ; Tamar, steamer, 1Ü0, Paine, for Mor- peth, with sundries.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE, ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 2 April 1851
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCEr ;i ARRIVALS/'-/t, v. A p vil I, ^Esther,..-, schooner, Sf.tpn^,..Captain ] L awrie, from No}so» 2pth ultimo, &lt;.&lt;>.? ....-.» -.'.;«: Tho Lucy j Ann, ..whaler, returnedto port.
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 2 April 1851
^'ÍDÉPAUTÜIUíS.: ^.: *.";..':',.. ApHri"-Sänaicööt, " schooner, 50 -tons, Cap- tain E. ILildos^/orj.Cjrcular.IIead. : . . April l.-^h^rarpcdíjiqtonnier, 200 tons, Captain *^mon^foí¿^¿^^f¿0}a^y, ^Melbourne,- ; and launceston.' Passengers-Mrs. Larnaeh, two children, and,^orran.t, Mr. and Mrs. Walker and servant, Mr.-,Á. t|MÍLpbd,.rMr. and ; Mrs. Lamb, Messrs. T. ^ÍLaóh^n,tJ. :ßpcnce, John Cumming, 35. Caralior, IVpi..v"C, Severn, Miss Lassitcr, Mr. Black," Mr. J M'Laren, ¿lr. Urown, . Mr. M'Donald, Mr. ,King, Mr. Jones, Mr. Faulkner, Mr. Simpson, Mr. Farnley, Mr. W. M'Kenzic, Mr. James Atkinson, Mr. and Mrs. Simpson, Miss Coghill, Mr. Campbell, tcrtius, Mr. M'Laren, Mr. Joseph George,-' Mr. G. Petit, Mr. George Davis. Miss.. A. Fitzgerald," Mr. Robert Gardiner, Mr. John "Williams, Mr. Sayers, Mr. Ennis, Mr. Coridou, Mr. .Hart,' Captain M'Phec, Mr. Larter, Mr. Corcoran, Miss Blacker, Mrs. Mead, Mr. Lewis, Mr. Roberts, Mr. F. Egan, Mr. Turner.
PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 2 April 1851
PUBLIC MEETING. A mcoting/vyas &lt;dield,,yesterday overling, at thc Royal'Moic'l; preliminary to holding a great public meeting on Mondad hcxt;¡to consider Mio question of representation',; and*tp adopt .. a remonstrance to tho Government, in reference to thc New Elec- toral Bill. Councillor Josephson having been called to tho chair, Mr. CLAYTON addressed tho meeting at some length, showing very clearly from a statistical paper which ho read to tho mooting, tho great disproportion which would, subsist according to tho proposed Electoral Bill, between the town and country representation in relation to popu- lation.! Ho concluded'¿his' remarks by moving, " That this' nieöfing eíjiphátically condemns"tho principle upon .which1.'thé; colony of Now South Wales is propósod?lt6''bo" divided into Electoral Districts by tho NtMV,'EU'ötoral Bill, No. 13 Viet., 1851." ??" T.n-/.:>0 *u.t. . Captain MAi/tfiiAN'Socon'dcd the motion. Councillor SiM!tfo&? dlftlj¡fórt'éd'tho moti...
NEW CONSTITUTION — PRELTMINARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 2 April 1851
1 NEW COXßTfTÜTlON-PRELTMINARY . . . MEETING, , A preliminary meeting of tho city electors was held yesterday, at the. Royal Hotel, pursuant to advertisement. About seventy persons "attended. Mr. Robert Campbell was called to the chair. Tho CHAIRMAN briefly explained tho objects of tho meeting. It appeared that two bodies of gen- tlemen had each called a meeting for tho same day, and that the object of each was identical, viz., to protest against the Electoral Bill now be- fore the Legislative Council, aud secure for tho colonists a more equal representation. It was very advisablo that they should not clash with tho meeting called for this evening, and a set of reso- lutions had therefore been drawn up, differing slightly in form from those advertised in to-day's papers, but in substance tho same. Thc Chair- man hero road the proposed resolutions, and ex- plained the points in which they differed from those proposed to be submitted this evening. Mr, JOSEPHSON observed, that it was m...
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENT COURT. TUESDAY. Before the Chief Commissioner. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 2 April 1851
DÔM'ESTIC^ÏNTËLLiGENCE. ? ...INSOLVENT COURT. . '? ? .'Before thc Chief Commissioner. I» thc estate of James Smith and James Smith djic.younger, a.second meeting; amount of debts proved, £021 Ss. lld. The meeting adjourned to Friday, tho &lt;lth inst., at half-past ll o'clock. Iii the estate of James M'Nces, a single meet- ing/; debts proved, £72 lös. lOd., and thc meeting adjourned to thc 17th instant. NEW INSOLVENT. "James Greenwood,'of tho South Head Hoad, Sydney, licensed victualler ; liabilities, £1U0 ; assets, £5") ; deficiency, £101. Mr. George King, tiiicial assignee.
POLICE OFFICE. — TUESDAY. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 2 April 1851
POLICE OFFICE.-TUKSDAY. Uoforctlio Police Magistrate. . THE CJJAIIOE OF.RAPE.-Francis James Roberts, t'lHtrgcd with attempting to commit a capital efl'éhcc on thc person of Mrs. Coulter, of Rrisbano Water, was remanded before thc Gosford Hench. DISOHKDIENCE OF AN Omina OK Couirr.-John Leary was sentenced to bo imprisoned until ho (.onïplied with an order of tho bench, to pay for the maintenance of his two illegitimate children. Tl^'tlefendaut pleaded poverty, out Mr. Dowling wöhlil tiöt admit tho excuse, TiiK. RoiinKiiY AT MR. FOSTEU'S.-This case was agojnremanded for further evidence L,\KÓK.\'v.-Dr. William Bowles Smith was conimittod.,for.trial on a chnrgo of stealing a M.-idUïts;",th"ó" property of Mr. Timothy Driscoll, livoVy,''stable.kcoper, Georgc-streot. From tho .'yide'npe bf tho groom, it api>eared that the Doctor hired a horse from Mr. Driscoll, on tho 1-lth March, and on tho 17th, St. Patrick's day, sold the saddle to a Mr. Lindsay, a broker, for 2ös., on condition of ...
AUSTRAGT OF AUCTION SALES THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 2 April 1851
AUSTRAGT OF AUCTION SALES THIS DAY. Mn. H.A. LLOYD.-Athis Rooms, nt ll o'clock, tho Effects of a Into Officer of the Duke of Roxburgh ; at 12 o'clock, Allotments of Land :it Erskineville, New Town. Mn. S. LYONS.-At Millers' Point Wharf, at ll o'clock, CO Hogsheads Buss and Co.'s Burton Ale. Mn. U; FAWCETT.-At his Rooms, at ll o'clock, Drapery' Goods ex Thomas Arbuthuot, 12 cases assorted Fancy Straw Bonnets, Hand-washed Woo!, Sheepskins, Tallow, «fcc, damaged Worsted Boots, Wool Boas, Merino Hose, Pilot Cloth, tte. Mn. STKWAUT.-At tho Horse Bazaar, Pitt-strcct, '.at ll o'clock, Horses, Mares, Gig, Harness, Phaeton, Jaunting-car, «fcc. Mu; E. SALAMOX.-At his Rooms, at ll o'clock, Superior Saddlery, Gig Hnrncss, Travelling lings, «tc. ; at 12 o'clock, 1300 Volumes Now ' Rooks.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 2 April 1851
Thc Cornelia, barque,, had arrived from« Lon dom at Nelson on thotlOthiMaroh, after a passage of ono' hundred and twenty-five 'days.. ¡ The [Torrington; sailed from the latter place for Sydnoy¡on>jthc'17th> ultimo, and tho Comet: was to follow jhb'r* (samp destination) about tho 20th ultimo. , gmnoq JKOÍR«K Tho Santiporo and Asonath arrived at'NowcastlP1 on Tuesday last. vd ;t.-.::tü 'J'lio French ship Cachclot had arrived : at! Tahiti from Newcastle, after a passage vof forty-two days. There had been a mutiny, on board, in which tho Captain shot ono of tho sea-:, men. This is probably thc reason of tho Cache lot having called at Tahiti. ? As tho Captain i!p doubt would wish to have tho affair fully in- vestiga ted. How tho matter ma y turn out, we aro uaabjfp to conjecture, but, judging from our own recent. Water Police cases, wo fear that insubor- dination is prevalent on board vessels, and wo re grot to adel, much overbearing tyranny on tho part of tho mastors towards their...