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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 July 1851

?T'tfs T 5 A L A sITnHHFe A »: A. NAVIGATION COMPANY. ?. ORIGINAL CAPITAL, 4000 Shares of £'20 each, with power to increasi to £500,000. BOARD OF .DIRECTORS. Robert Campbell, Esq., Chairman, Thomas Ware Smart, Esq., Deputy Chairman, Hemy Armitage, Esq., John Gilclirist, Esq., John Eales, Esq., and Wm. Eanken Scott, Esq. MANAGER. .James Patterson, Esq. ': THE STEAM SHIPS. ? Tons. H.P. Tarra Yarra (Iron) .. 500 200 Building Waratah (ditto) .... 350 140 Ditto Shamrock (ditto) .... 322 100 GL G-ilmore, Com. Thistle (ditto) ...... 275 100 W. Mulhall, ditto liose (ditto) ? ? 275 100 ? ditto Eagle(ditto) .....;.. 234 80 J .J. Warner, ditto 1'amar (ditto) ...... 200 60 C. Payne, ditto Brisbane (Iron) ;. .. 80 35 Building, Are appointed to sail between Sydney and the Ports of the Australasian Colonies as advertised in the local newspapers, and as may be learned at the Offices of the Company in Sydney, and at those of the undermentioned- Agents of the Company, viz: Mr. James Taylor, and Mr. J...

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THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY. Lismore, Jan. 28th, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 July 1851

THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY. Lismore, Jan. 28th, 1851. My dear Dr. Cooper, — I have the honour to ad dress you as one of the respectable secretaries of the ' Catholic University of Ireland,' and to say I shall feel obliged by your placing the enclosed ten pounds to my credit on the list of subscribers towards the University Fund. This is only my first instalment. You will hear from me airain. I hope, at no very distant period. it is really gratifying to observe the unprece dented progress of the University fund. A genuine Catholic feeling is daily manifesting itself in all parts of Ireland. No one now entertains any doubt of the ultimate and triumphant success of the Catholic University, and much sooner than was generally anticipated. The address of the Catho lic University Committee is extensively circulated in all directions, and is producing, and must pro duce, much good. The late pastoral letter of my dear and illus trious friend, the Lord Primate Cullen, made a deep and most saluta...

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Irelnad. THE CRUSADE OF PRAYERS FOR ENGLAND'S CONVERSION. TO THE EDITOR OK THE TABLET. Jesu Christi Passio. 23, Essex-quay, Dublin, Feast of St. Francis of Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 July 1851

jEr.elattB. -rffli CRUSADE OE PRAYERS FOR ENG 1 LAND'S CONVERSION. TO THE EDITOR OF TUB TABLET. Jesti Christi Passio. 23, Essex-quay, Dublin, Feast of St. Francis of Sales. Dear Sir — I undertake a difficult task in giving a report of the lectures which I have been Viving i» SS. Michael and John's Church, as the tnace I shall occupy in your paper must necessarily be limited, and the matter is very extensive. I think it better, however, to try to do this myself, »i,Ot. tn leave it to others, I shall not keep myself strictly to the substance and order of what I have been saying in these eight Lectures, but rather ex plain the topics which I have been treating in Ireland generally, and which I have endeavoured to go through in full at Dublin. 1. I apologise for the leading part which I have token in speaking of the conversion of England ilurin'1 the last twelve or thirteen years, whereas so maTiy might have been found more worthy and better able to advocate the cause. Mv defence is — f...

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NEW ZEALAND OPENING OF THE GENERAL LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL FOR NEW ZEALAFD [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 July 1851

NEW ZEALAND OPENING OF THE GENERAL LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL FOR NEW ZEA.LAFD The General Legislative Council commenced its sittings on May 19th, in u small square room over the Court House, which had been prepared for the purpose. The room was neatly papered and furnished, and over the mantel-piece we observed a full length engraving of our Queen. A small lobby was 6et apart for visitors, and a table in one corner of the Council room was provided for the reporters^ It appeared to us that the authorities had resolved to give every facility for the public to become acquainted with the proceedings. His Excellency and all the other performers (with the exception, we regret to say, of the Colonial Treasurer) were got up in first-rate style; all the decorations, orders, stars, &c, which the corps could by hook or crook muster, were called into requisition and yet the gallery failed to appreciate either the trouble or the expense which his Excellency had incurred to please them. The ' g...

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CITY AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 July 1851

CITY AFFAIRS. Whilst the Gold Fever raged, with its greatest virulence, its accompanying delirium was an alarming symptom, the con sideration of this serious case of wide spreading malady engrossed the attention of the contemplative and the benevolent. The height of the febrile paxoxism has however been safely passed (except in a few fatal in stances) and in the locality of Sydney the public may be pronounced conva'escent. Things in general have returned to their natural pre-existing state of interest. Solicitude is expressed, and conversation is varied in enquiries about affairs of general or local importance. Our Sydney Journals have ceased to publish supplements, extra numbers, and double sheets with the latest news from the Gold Field and the Diggings ? they have resumed their ' Course of Lec tures' on the next Elections, and the New Constitution ; reasonable and profitable topics j for Newspaper disquisition. j But how fruitful^ soever the business of I the first General Electi...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 July 1851

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Port Lincoln. — The last advices relate several instances of outrage by the blacks, seven of whom have been apprehended by the police. One of, the prisoners, Rumbilti, is the confessed murderer of Charles Crocker, and his capture establishes the innocence of John Shepherd, who was committed for the olience upon strong circumstantial evidence. Rumbilti was taken on another charge, but voluntarily conducted the police to the place where Crocker was murdered, and told them he had asked him for food on the refusal of which he struck him in the face with h s fist, then took up a spade and killed him by blows upon the neck and head. He described the position of every thing in the hut, though it had been burnt since the murder, and also the wounds upon the murdered man's body, with so much accuracy, as to leave ho doubt' of the truth of his statement. The prisoners charged with the murder of George Jinks, a hutkeeper of Mr. Tennant's near Lipson's Cove, which we reported s...

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GRAND LARCENY A "CAPITAL OFFENCE!" [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 July 1851

j^GRAND LARCENY A ' CAPITAL OFFENCE !' So Brother Jonathan intends to make short work of all thieves and robbers on second conviction ! This is certainly reducing the ''system' of secondary punishments to a very narrow compass — that of the ' halfer.' There will bo no longer any great attrac tions for the light-fingered gentry to go in search of a golden harvest to California by the exercise of their nimble craft. One short ' Act' of that state Legislature has extinguished all the glittering hopes of the swell mob fraternity. How the philanthro pists and sympathizers with human sufferings will denounce this 'Draconic Law' of our neighbours across the Pacific ! This is, no doubt, a subject of very grave consideration for all who take an interest in the boasted progress of the civilisation and social im provement of ttre nineteenth century. What! to hang a man for stealing to the value of a shilling — if it be his second con viction ! Yes, such is the fact; and such the upshot of the ...

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 July 1851

COASTERS INWARDS. July 4.— Agnes Napier, 36, Walters, from Broulee. July 7. — Phantom, 23, Settree ; Sylph, 23,'Orpeu, . both from Brisbane Water ; Caroline, 29, Prider ; Eagle, 26, Walters ; Black Swan, 18, M'Bride ; Brothers, 27, M'Qauley ; Stranger, 28, Colles ; . Midshipman, 26, Milham ; Catherine, 16, Rawling ; Active, 40, Melville, all from Newcastle. July 8. — JDove, 12, Laverack, from Brisbane Water ; Young Queen, 31, Thompson ; Clarissa, 60, Campbell; Australia, 45, Williams; Bard's Legacy, 25, Blnxham-; Currency Boy, 41, M'Neil ; Warlock, 43, Gibson; Traveller's Bride, 32, Lind quest; Jane Williams, 33, Louther, all from New castle ; William the Fourth, steamer, 54, Sullivan, from Wollongong. . ;

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 July 1851

£M)t])£iit0 fiittrtUgnuK* ARRIVALS. July 3. — Red Rover, schooner, Go tons, Captain Noon,' from Port Fairy the 26th June. July 3. — Black Friar, barque, 622 tons, Captain Grieves, from Hobart Town, the 26th June. July 5. — Maukin, brig, 106 tons, Captain Bow den, from Auckland the 19th June. July 5. — Jack, brig, 146 tons, Captain Murphy, from Moreton Bay the 26th June. July 7. — Emma, barque, 191 tons, Captain Allen, from Newcastle. July 7. — 'Croole, schooner, 162 tons, Captain Kemp, from San Francisco the 16th May. July 7.— Emma, brig, 121 tons, Captain Brooks from Auckland 2nd ult. July 8. — William Alfred, schooner, 118 tons, Captain Finley, from Wellington-the 26th June. July 8. — Rattler, schooner, 136 tons, Captain Wilson, from San Francisco the 15th May. DTPAKTURHS. July 3. — Eagle, steamer, 234 tons, Captain War ner, for Moreton Bay. July 5. — Shamrock, steamer, 200 tons, Captain Gilmore, for Launceston via Melbourne and' Two- fold Bay. N ? - ' ? ? . July 5. — Eagle, steam...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 July 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, Gaorge-street, Mr. John C;irew, corner of George and Goulburn-streets, Mr. P. 'WaUl), Parramatta . street, and Mr. Thomas MeEncroc, Giocer, Sussex stnet. Mar kit Wharf.

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR JULY, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 July 1851

CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR JULY, 1851. 10 Th VII. SS.,; Brothers, mm. 11 F S. Pius, ;£-. and m.s, O.S.B., .commemo- ration of S. Benedict, d., 2nd class. 12 Sat S. John Gualbert, abp. d. 13 S 5th after Pentecost. 14 M S. Bona venture, Dp. and doc. d. 15 T S. Henry, conf. s d. 16 W B.V.M. of .Mount Garmel, d.m. 17 27a S. Alexis, conf., s.d. 18 F S. Camillus de.Lellis, conf. ' d. 19 Sat S. Vincent of Paul,. conf. d.. , 20 S 6 tli after Pentecost, S. Jerome Emilian,. conf d. 21 M S. Anacletas, p. andm., from 13th, s.d.} 0. S.B., S. Felix, m.d. .from 15tli June. 22 T S. Mary Magdalene, d. 23 W ? S. Apollinaris, bp. and m.d. 24 Th Vigil of S. James, O.S.B., S. Juliana, v. de Falc : from 19 th June, d. 25 F S.James, ap. d, 2nd class. 26 Sat S. Anne, d.m., ?27 S 7th after Pentecost. .28 M S. Nazarius and Companions, mm. s.d. 29 T S. Martha, v., s.d. 30 W SS.'Abdon and Senne'n, mm. s., O.S.B., RS. John and Paul, mm. d.} from 2Gth June. 3^ Th S. Ignatius, conf. d.

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THE APPROACHING ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 July 1851

THE APPROACHINGr ELECTION. The present is undoubtedly the. most event ful period in. the history of the colony. And the next Election must be productive of momentous results, either for good or for evil, with regard to the future destinies of this ' Austral Land.' Providence seems to have opened up in a moment immense and unexpected sources for the advancement of this favoured country, in every thing cal culated to make it a great, prosperous, and populous state. rl he attainment of this end will depend in a great measure on the use that the Electors shall make of the ' exc tended Franchise,' so opportunely, so fortu nately, and so ^unexpectedly placed in their hands, at the approaching Election. No body of constituents had ever a fairer op portunity placed within their reach of right ing themselves by selecting men worthy of their choice and competent to legislate for the real welfare of the community, than the E.'ectors of New South Wales have at the present auspicious moment. If ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 July 1851

TO CORESPONDENTS, All letters and communications to -the Editors and the Publisher must be prepaid; It ia neooasary that the writers of all communica , tion8 should furnish the Editors with their real names and address. Although this information is W not required for publication, it is requisite as a ^ guarantee of their beingv genuine. '??. :;- ; ;??''-?? ' '^ ? ; ' .:'.-. ? '?;. fe ^ : -'- I THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1851. I ''In Necessariis Unitas, in Dubiis Liberlas, || in Omnibus Gharitas.' '?'?'.- || ? \ ? - - . . Kfi!

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PROTESTANT PROSELYTISE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 July 1851

PROTESTANT PROSELYTISE . The following expose of the mode in which the Law Church makes perverts in Ireland is taken from the ' Tippsrary Vindicator' : ' It appears that reports have been made from several parts of Ireland, especially from Con naught and Munster, of the vile attempts made to, seduce the poor starving peasantry from their religion, and that their physical privations have been used for the spread of perversion. A gentleman of high status as sured us thatthese proceedings, so disgrace ful to any Church, have elicited from several of the British hierarchy their most emphatic condemnation. One of them, most distin guished for his learning and staunch adhe rence to his own Church, is. said to have ex pressed himself most indignantly at the base means resorted to, to barter food for con science with the poor Irish ; and be has gone so far as to state that the Irish Church was like a 'soup-shop !' He did not speak with out book ; for he took means to ascertain facts. We sub...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. TO THE EDITOR OF THE " CATHOLIC STANDARD." [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 July 1851

4$fti*tteUan*ou$ iSxtvact*. TO THE EDITOR OI-' THE ' CATHOLIC STAN DARD.' ? Sir,- — The following extract from the Times leader of this day, needs, I think but little comment. '?Before Constantino, the Church undoubtedly was, as was frequently objected to it by the Roman Emperors, an 'imperium in imperio/ a purely spi ritual society, regulating its own affairs, and ap pointing its own officers, for the simple reason, that not being recognised by the state,, it necessarily en joyeu inat tieedom trom internal interference wnicn is the forlorn prerogative of the proscribed.' How exactly does this correspond with the present state of the Catholic Ohuich in England, and yet the exercise of this ad miSte'd'- right, by us (a non-recognised body) is stigmatised, as insidious, aggressive, and all that is -evil and' ambitious. Had the Times- existed in the days of Dioclesian, how- would- its ' columns have teemed with ' Jewish' insolence,' and the walls of the forum rung with* shouts, of 'No ...

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GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 July 1851

GOULBURN. Savings' Bank -—In .pursuance of the provisions || of the Act of the Governor and Legislative Council, M 3rd Victoria, No. 12, intituled, 'An Act to con- |l solidate and amend the Laws relating to the m Savings' Bank of New Sauth Wales,' notice is W hereby given, that the undermentioned gentlemen m have been appointed by his Excellency the Governor M General to be District Trustees for the receipt at m ?' _ n , ? , i» j.1 ? O..mUn.'.-' i-snnlf fir £39 Goulburn, ot deposits ror me paving* ^— - ™ New South Wales, viz. :-William Ross ; toward | Bellamy Kitson, Esq. ; aud Robert 'Waugh, iisq.— | Goulburn Herald. „, 1 BUSHKANGING IN THE BlNDA DISTRICT.— Ihe | neighbourhood of the Crook well and the village of | Binda have, for the last ten days been kept in a | state of alarm and terror, by the predatory attacks A of four aimed men, on the quiet and peaceable | homes in this retired part of the district. lh- | conduct, of this par,ty partakes more ot the &*™* | of the b...

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A FEW OF THE MISERIES OF HUMAN LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 July 1851

A FEW OF THE ^ISERIES OF '.. . HUMAN LIFK. (From Beresford's Miseries of Human Life. ) I he delights of hay-time ! as follows . — After having cut down every foot of grass upon your grounds, on the most solemn as surances of the barometer that there. is nothing to, fear— after having dragged the whole neighbourhood for. every man, woman, and child, that love or money couid procure, and thrust a rake or a pitchfork into the hand of every servant in your family, from the house keeper to the scullion — after having long overlooked and, animated their busy labours, and seen the exuberant produce turned and re-turned under a smiling sun, till every blade is as dry as '-£ bone, and as sweet as a rose after having exultingly counted one rising haycock .after another, and drawn to .the spot every seizable horse and cart, all novy stand ing in readiness to carry home the vegetable treasure,, as fast as it can be piled — at such a golden moment as this, to see volume upon volume -ii black hea...

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DESTRUCTIVE FIRE AT STOCKTON, NOORHSHORE OF NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 July 1851

DESTRUCTIVE FIRE AT STOCKTON, NORThI' SHORE OF NEWCASTLE. : [From the Correspondent of the Maitland. Mercum/A On the nghtof yesterday, July 2, Mr. Robert ; Fisher's Tweed Cloth Manufactory at Stockton j was almost entirely consumed by fire. i The conflagration was apparently occasioned bV \ the flames or the heat of the furnaces of the ' willy house' having ignited some of the adjoining wood' work. It was first noticed about midnight by two of Mr. Fisher's servants, by whom the alarm was given. When so discovered the flames were con fined within the limits of a short distance from the furnaces, but they spread with such great rapidity, that before the servants of the establishment coiiid make any combined efforts to check them, the whole building was burning furiously. In the course of an incredibly brief space of time, the fire had communicated with the washing-house and carding-room, in which, with the willy-house, were contained two high -pressure steam-engines and much valuable ...

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THE JOLLY BURGLARS. (Concluded from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 July 1851

THE JOLLY BURGLARS, {Front Dickens1 Household Words.') ( Concluded from our last. ) It will be recollected that .young Frank Frampton had been laid senseless by a half ??throttling' -process, .on .-the first, entrance of the burglars,' and: that the old gardner had also been knocked down. The old man, however, after a time, recovered himself suf ficiently to rise, and availing himself of the absence of the watchful guard, Lanky, when he was up stairs, threatening the screaming women, opened his window (his door having been locked from the outside) and i let himself down into the area, which was only four feet below. He then cautiously entered the house, and went straight to the little room where the boy slept. The boy was gone. A thought struck the gardner .and: he. .harried to the coal-cellar, and there he .found him hidden. The boy knew. his voice,' and crawled out, and they ran from the house across the lawn, and. into one of the shrubberies, and so along .the dark filbert walkti...

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GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 10 July 1851

GEELONG. Fifty Pounds Reward. --As was predicted in the Victoria Advocate, some dirty trickery has been 'practised to withhold the £50 from Mr. Wilkins ai'ftl assistant, through whom the mail robbers were apprehended. The rascality, however, shall not be succr.safu! ! The Guolong mail robbery fur which the reward was ottered on conviction was not brought forward in Court : and among all the questions put to those witness?.! , everything was left out by ihe Crown Prosecutor,. which tended to shew the services of any one exeppt Hie police. ' No inquiry was made about Suffolk's hoots i the pointing the men out in the Theatre, awl Farrel on the steamer, or the mn.miertn which the note produced furnished an important link of. evidence ; and no notice was taken of their important assistant. This is blade enough when it is remembered how the witnesses were tr'oated by the disappointed harpies of the police. I: was not expected that mention would be made of the ruffianly threats and handout...

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