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ABSTRACT OF AUCTION SALES THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 April 1851

ABSTRACT OF AUCTION SALES THIS DAY. Mn. II. A. GRAVES.-At 148, Bathurst-stroetEast, near Pitt-street, Groceries, Ironmongery, Crockery Ware, tte. Mi«. C. NEWTOX.-At Iiis Rooms, at ll o'clock, ¿55 Bales Paper, assorted ; Blaeklead Pencils, «fcc, English White rLoad, Wilkinson's Sheep shears. TI- MK. DAVID BELL.-At his Rooms, George-street, at II o'clock precisely, 14 cases superior Dra- pery Goods, I hale damaged Cotton Ticks, bales Striped Shirts, 200 pairs Blankets, tte. MOUT AND Bnowx.-At their Stores, Cireulnr Quav, at-11 o'clock, 110 Bales Wool, Sheepskins. Tallow, and Hides, 30 Tuns Oil Casks, ex George Champlin ; at 1 o'clock, Eight-diy Chronometer, by Hunter and Edwards, Sextant, by Hughes, Barometor, Silver AVatch, Charts, Navigation Books, tte. ; at thc Circular Quay, at 1 o'clock, thc Clipper Brig Independence : at their Rooms, George-street, at 11 o'clock, 143 Rankin's Cheeses, Ö Tons Port Phillip Flour, «fco.

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROJECTED DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 April 1851

PROJECTED DEPARTURE. Tîtjs DAY.-The Daniel Webster, for Auckland.

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 April 1851

DEPARTURE. April 2.-Phobe, schooner, SO tons, Captain dickson, for Melbourne. Passengers-Mr. W. TI. Bennett, Mr. George Creed, Mr. J. Coffee, Air. ' J. Panton, Mr. T. Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. "White and son,"Mr. Murphy, Mr. Henderson.

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENT COURT. WEDNESDAY. No business transacted. MEETINGS TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 April 1851

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. INSOLVENT COURT. "WEDNESDAY. JS'o business transacted. MEETINGS TO-DAY. hdwnrd Jackson, a single meeting at ll. Janies 13oyd, a first meeting,'at half-past 10. Itobort Gill, an adjourned second meeting at noon.

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DIARY. MEMORANDA TO NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 April 1851

DIARY: ' MEMORANDA TO JTKXT PUBLICATION. ArniL. SOX. £i^sj_sets._ "0 13 I 5 47 .'HIGH WATEK. morn. I oven. ~8 55~I 0" 14" Moon's First Quarter, 5 7 P.M., April 0.

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LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUPREME COURT — WEDNESDAY. SITTINGS IN BANCO. Before their Honors the three Judges. INSOLVENCY. IN RE CHARLES APPLETON. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 April 1851

LAW INTELLIGENCE. SUriîBME COUItT--SVKPXKSHAY. SlTTI.NOS IN MANCO. Before their Honors tho three Judges. J.VSOJ.VKNCY. IN nr, oiiAnu:s AITX.KTON. This vins tm npponl against a decision of the Acting Cldef Commissioner, Mr. Milford, refusing 1 tho insolvent's application- for his certi* ' floate, The application Jwd boon opposed"- j-, hefpre tho Chief Commissioner, upon four t>ri grounds, vi?. J st, That tho insolvent \wyw contracted debts without any reasonable or pro-* ¡ hablé expectation of hoing- able to pay theni:r «<?' 2nd, Misappropriation of trust funds. 3rd, Not . ' keeping proper accounts. 4th, Contracting debts ; fraudulently. With reference to thc first ground of opposition, it appeared from the evidence taken before the Chief Commissioner that there wa» a claim against tho insolvent for ¿£2000, by a Mr. Thomas Smith of Littleworth, in England, and that with this claim outstanding.. he was not justified in contracting fresh liabilities in the colony. On the ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 April 1851

The Robert Sycrs is reported by tho Pioneer ns being a full shtp¿ and about to sail. The Hio Packet, hence, arrivcd at" Wellington' on thc lUth ÜWarch. Tho Salacia (whoso nwivnl was on tho 14tli February,) had discharged, and was about to Joavc for Callao. Tho William has [made'"a: "food passage, but brings no hiter iiews. . iTlic Islands Trade is re- ported as dull and over-stocked. , ; ?.- - Tho Castle Edon roports thc falacia, ship, as hnyitisr arrived at Port Lyttelton oti theßrd March. Tho Camilla coming on for .Sydney. : , . ' ' j

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIP'S MAILS. CLOSING AT THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 April 1851

SUIFS MAILS. - CLOSING AT THU POST OFFJCI3. London-Prince of "Wales, on Saturday evening, at six o'clock. ' Honolulu and San Francisco-Mary Catherine, on Saturday evening, at six o'clock.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 April 1851

. TO'CORRESPONDENTS, the letter of A NJWVB YOUTH stands over for --Saturday's double.sheetc ' . f. -Y ; " PUBUOOT.4. aisot%tnU-appear on ßfltiirday. Tito information fvriitsheil.by Pnu» vwibctiseful, ^Jfè hasdur heart'iHthànii. . ' . *t>ïv- 4?r~S TFe &«jr rô ri;/)ca'f/íÁaí >¿e oanwoí innert BiviJis, Marríapes, or heaths j'unless their authenticity . is certified by parties known to us.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 April 1851

CilflîF CoMMISSIOXEU OK IxSOI'VK.NT'lÍNTATKS.r J lis Excellency tho Governor has directed it to he untitled, that William Henry Kerr, Esq., lins ro Mitucd his duties as Chief Commissioner of Insol- vent Estates, fur all parts of tho colony not hoing within the District of Port Phillip. Mnnrewt. DoAnn.-His Excellency tho Governor lins directed it to bc notified, that lliohnrd Green- up, Esq., has been appointed to bu u Member of thc Medical Hoard of New South Wales. CIKKI.O.NO.-His Excolloncy the Governor has appointed Mr. Charles Ferguson to bo Harbour Alaster and Water Polico Otncer nt Geelong. Ixsi'KL'Toit or DiHTin.KitiKS.-His Excellency the Governor has appointed Mr. llichard Hoddily, ( Chief Constable ut Scone,) to bo au Inspector of ¡ .'Distilleries. I'HTTY Sussioxs Br.Yoxo Tur. HoitxnAnt rcs.-His Excellency tho Governor has appointed Mr. Honry Hume, to bc Clerk of Petty Sessions at Hillalong. ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 April 1851

READ » MARK « LEARN ! : rilHR following are a few (ont of hundreds) JL of the voluntary statements of parties who have experienced benefit from the use of HOLLOWAY'S. PILLS AND OINTMENT, in this colony A CURE OF FITS. Extract of a Letter from Mr. Henry Whiting, boot and shoe-maker, Red Bank, Stone Quarry, Fe- bruary ^ 1847. SIR,-I hayo for many years past been troubled with a falling sickness, frequently dropping down at my work, or in the street, and could get no relief from any one until I tried Holloway's Pills, and now, by the use of them, I am completely cured. To Mr. J. K. Heydon. CURE OF THIRTY-FIVE ULCERS. Molong, Sept. 21, 1818. Sir,-I owe a debt of gratitude to Professor Holloway, for my almost miraculous cure, after sevon years of suffering, caused by exposure to wet and cold, and the undue use of mercurial medicines. When I first commenced to use the Pills and Ointment, I lind thirty-five ulcers on my body, and a constant head-ache, and pains all over mo. My throat had g...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 April 1851

ALLEGED MORDER DY A FRENCH COUNTESS. - Grent sensation has been mused in (he deportment ot the Charente, hy the arrest last week of the Countess du S-and oi' the Cure of the cornmune of St. Germain, on the[charge of having poisoned (he servant of the latter, in order to prevent ber from revealing the adulterous connexion which existed between them. The body of the servant,- which the Cure had caused to be buried with great haste, has been dug up, and poison discovered in it. When the Count. du S-, a highly honourable man, heard of the horrible accusation against his wife, he proposed to her - that they should both commit suicide, and should make their child, aged eight, die with them. The Countess consented. . A pan of charcoal was lighted, and the three fastened themselves in a close room. When, howevèr, the father saw his son struggling in the agonies of death, his courage faded him, and he broke the window for air. Medical assistance hav- ing been promptly afforded, all three re-...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CALIFORNIAN EXTRACTS. CALIFORNIA AS SHE IS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 April 1851

CALIFORNIAN EXTRACTS. CALIFORNIA AS SHE IS. ; ; The rapid growth of this state, both in wealth and population, is without n parallel - in the world's history. Especially when¡ her .remote location .from the older civilized, en- lightened, anti commercial nations and states is taken, into consideration. Stimulated by the hope and seeming cer- tainty ' of accumulating fortunes in u few months, hy gathering, with little effort, the Heaps of Binning gold which glowing accouuts, and their excited imaginations, led them to believe lay scattered in rich profusion in the vast extent of mining region, many of the most daring and enterprising nen from all partä of the world, and especially of the United PUteii, rushed to our «hore«, Tue greater portion rushed to the mines, each ex- pecting to reap a golden harvest,-Agricul- ture was-entirely, overlooked, by the emi- grants, and even .the .old .residents, of the, country, in-many, eases, Jai J aside* their,agri- cultural implements, nríd, seiz...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 April 1851

AUSTRALIAN RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY. - The Annual Meeting of tho Australian Religious Tract Society, was hold in Pitt-street Congregational Church, on Tuesday evening. S. Owen, Esq., Assistant Commissary General, in the Chair. The Report, which was very ably and interestingly written, was read by James Comrie, Esq., thc Secretary. Tho Rev. J. West, from Launceston, in a neat scholarly speech, moved tho adoption of the'Roport, and was seconded by tho Rev. T. Odell, from Melbourne; after which, thc Royds. Dr. Ross, Salmon, Egglcston, Beazley, and other ministers, addressed the meeting. The attend- ance was very large, and.tho interest sustained to tho close. A collection was made at tho door in aid of the funds. Wo-aro glad to lind that , thc j Society is in a prosperous condition, having .rc?, j moved to more spacious and business-like pre- mises within the last year. "' ' Puni-iCANs' LICENSES.-Tho number of applica^ tions for publicans' licenses, to bc considered -;on, thc lijth inst...

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CITY COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 April 1851

CITY COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, Ai'R.'L 2, 185.1. An adjourned meeting of the City Council was held yostordny. Tho Mayor took the Chair shortly after three o'clock. SEWERAGE. Conncillor .SIMMONS rose to move, " That this Council, with a view to provide for tho cleanliness of thc City of Sydney, and tho consequent health and comfort of its inhabitants, and considering the urgent necessity for some general plan of eíHéient drainage being carried into effect throughout tho said City, and viewing thc moans at the disposal of this Council as inadequate for the purpose of so desirable and necessary an undertaking (even should this Council consent to lovy an amount of taxation upon the citizens to an extent that would be considered both burthensomo and unjust,) do now appoint a Committee of the following mem- bers, viz. :-Alderman Broughton, Councillors YVeekos, Peck, Lcnohnn, Josephson, and Simmons, j to draw up a memorial or petition to his Excel- lency tho Governor and thc Legislative Council,...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE, ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 April 1851

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE,, ARRIVALS, April 2,-Eleanor Lancaster, barque, 480 tons, Captain Lodge, from San ^ Francisco",.the 7-th Feb mary, Passengers--'Mrs. Watkins;»,Mrs. /Lodge, Mr. William Dean,. Mr, : Georgo Atkinson, air. William Burley, MK Charles Tanner, Mr. George E. -BQiiMersbrjjj, Mr. £$dhir-- -Spring, . -Mr. Edward Ueilv, Mr." Joseph -Clark," Mr.! Lewis Alexander, Robert Fitch,!!íMR'jnThomhs Henry Hart, Mr. Richard Bich.hM^^P-atrick Griffin, Mi-. James Tonsley, Mr. .EdwartI Shaw. - April 2.-riónocf, brig,' 148 tons, Captain Dun t-nn Ellis, fröm Wellington the 17th March. ' Pas- sengers-Mr. Buchan Thompson,, and native ser- va rit,Mr. William Stedward, Mr. Charles Gibson, air. William Murray. April 2.-Castle Eden, ship, 030 tons, Captain F. Thornhill, from Port Lyttelton, the 8th March, in ballast. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Buxson, Mr. Haylock and" two sons, Mr. Truestono, Mr. C. Skinner, and Mrs. Robertson. April 2.-William, barque, 313 tons, Captain ,?ohn Robinson, from . Sa...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 April 1851

TUR ONLY VESSKLI FOR WIDE BAY DIRECT. ^^-3. !Y\ H E fine schooner "VAN -*- GUARD, J. T, Smith, master, /uÈmfflÊjb has boen detained by making some ^^S^ repairs, beyond thc time formerly ''T^*í¡Vírf? advertised. Having part of her .. i.. '!'--carg¿ -engaged she will positively sail on Thursday next, the 3rd April (wind and weather permitting, ) For freight or passage apply to .tho master, on board ; or THOMAS CROFT, .583 ' Commercial Wharf. FOR SAN FRANCISCO DIRECT. rilO succeed the Adirondack, /¿Mfflft^ A that fine Al Ship, ßW^^ EDGAR, ' fÊÊÊËsÊÊÊik ^^P^m Smith, OOO tons burden ; . has all her dead woight engaged, will'sail for the above port with dispatch: > . For freight or passage, apply on board, at the Circular Quay ; or to F. W. CLARKE, 580 Jamison-street, ' FOR CALIFORNIA. ' ~ ^TTv-^f. rp II fi fine American shin >$$?|^ X ROBERT BOWNE, Jj^^^^^ 505tons, F. G. Cameron, commander, L^^T-j succeed tho Martha, and having rac*ift.'SriwaB ^]l0 feater portion of her cargo on gii...

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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 April 1851

CALIFORNIA. BY tho Eleanor Lancaster -wo have news from San Francisco to thc 7th of February, which is characterised by con- siderable manifestations of improvement in tho social prospects of thc country. As wc have witnessed it from Sydney, so from other parts of thc world; a return cm ig'ration of the earlier visitors, with their families, was rapidly acting on Cali- fornian society, by bringing the endear- ments and blessings of settled homos into its hitherto desolate bosom. -Very large numbers appeared to bc turning their at- tention to thc cultivation of thc soil. Nearly all thc newspapers have articles on ; manufactures and agriculture. The Daily Courier of the 4th February, con- cludes its loader on tho pvogress of thc country, in these words ,:~;,.,* Thousands carno, expecting that they would merely change the character of their labour, and increase largely its pecuniary''i>foducts, who find mining uncongenial to their'tastes. Tho greater portion of those will turn their...

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE EMPIRE. SYDNEY, THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1851. TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 April 1851

THE EMPIRE. SYDNEY, THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1851. TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. WE arc now 'fairly embarked on the second quarter of our existence. To take up the figure hero suggested, our little bark, though short-handed and supplied with no second suit of sails, is sound in her stand- ing gear, and tight in all her timbers ; and she has neither craven heart nor fal- tering hand in 'hor adventurous crew. Few in number, but of strengthy soul, we of tho Umpire, have looked steadily at the toils and perils of our enterprise. Wo have before us a wide sea, and no port of refuge ; for our course is right onward across a world. Wc have signed articles with Liberty ; and henceforward, for many a day, Our march is on thc mountain wave, Our homo is on thc deep ! The stillness of thc calm, the concussion of the storm-tho spirit's weariness, anti thc midnight watch-the conflict with tho wave, and the Avar of winds ; those will make up the sum of the new life which we have chosen. But we will drop tho unprof...

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THE CONFERENCE BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 3 April 1851

THE CONFERENCE BANQUET. WE beg to remind our readers that the Banquet given hy the Anti-Transportation Committee to the Delegates from Victoria and Van Diemen's Land, which is adver- tised in the columns of our contemporary tlio Herald, will come off this day. It is alike due to our character as a free British community, and due to the public spirit i of tho gentlemen who have visited our J metropolis on this noble errand, that every ' citizen who sincerely espouses the Anti Transportation cause, and whose circum- stances- will permit of his attendance, should be present on an occasion, so cal- culated to establish good feeling and union between us and our friends in the neigh- bouring colonies, and so altogether interesting. We arc sure no argument is needed to convince our friends of the absolute necessity of a resolute and united effort to terminate the contentions and heart-burnings of this convict agitation.: That the interchange of feeling at thc Conference Banquet to-day will...

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