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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 April 1851

IMPORTS; 'ii April l.^Torringtori', from Nolsohr:;;3n;'^at'ô'r* casks, 2 casks preserved milk, 3 tons wool-IashlngV' 3 .tons flabc, 'JV J: Peacock ; 279 bags^jirley^lt. and E. 'Tooth':'3ö balos \vool,l ton wbol-ráslungl'T 'April 4.-£Comet, schooner,'ífróní'WéláÓn : HÄ) hags barley, R. and E.^Tooth.*/ '5:,ilf'"'-I<-I-: -I)1''* V«' April'4','i-Bmmft,! brig,. 130 tons, Captkin-:'R.'!F. Pocltley^frohi^irpbart Total-': 20'hogslïêa1ds''Tl!P.» .rtini, 0 oases .- linens, 1: case upholstery, Willis;* Merry,. and .Coy), 12 casks '¿oilman's'.(s,tords;v Watkins and' Dean * 5 oases,'1!" bundleJ skins,11 Thomas .'Hopkins ; 50 cases' npplös.^' ^OOJi'bags potatoes, 20 bags 'onions; '6 saek^vl-'crtsk seeds, .fohn Baptist ; .1 trunk apparel;1 l(iJl. Barnard1; : 1 «.ask apples, 1 caso preserves, 3 bags pötntoos;4-ÍÍ. Moore ; 25 cases jain, Janies Cook ; 25 cases janis,, M. J. Dayjs.; 1 case, 1 hundió ' leather,^' J:' Mncnamnra' ; 10 tons potatoos, R. T. Pookley ; 2 half-tierces tobacco, CO ...

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENGLISH NEWS. ENGLISH MARKETS. (From the Hobart Town Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 April 1851

ENGLISH NEWS. ENGLISH MARKETS. (From the Hobart Town Advertiser.) We copy thc following from Lloyd's Sunday Paper, of Dec. 16 : TALLOW MARKET. Friday, Doc. 13.-Thoro has not been much ac- tivity in tho market this week, but prices are Hot lower. Tho Value of fine now Petersburg Y.C., is 37s. 3d. to 37s. Gd. ; for dolivory in tho first three months of 1851, 37s. Gd. to 37s. Od,, but not many buyers at those rates. MARKET LETTER. Per cwt. s. d. s. d. Town .Tallow. 30 0 to 0 0 . Fat ditto per 8 lbs. 2 1 0 0 Russian Candle.. 39 2 0 0 Melted Stuff.. 29 0 0 0 Rough ditto .,. 18 0 0 0 Graves. </ «. . 0 Good Dregs. f 'l 0 Mould Candles, per dozen lbs... 0 0 0 0 Storo ditto. 0 0 0 OIL MARKET. Friday, Dec. 13.-Tho market continues steady, and prices arc unaltered from last week. £ s. £ s. Sperm . 84 O to 88 0 Head Matter. 00 O 08 0 Cod. 30 O 40 0 Seal, palo. 38 O 30 0 Ditto straw.,.. 37 0 0 0 Ditto, brown and vellow. 34 O 35 0 South Sea. . 34 O 38 0 Cocoanut. 20 O 30 0 Olive, Galli...

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NATIVE LITERATURE. To the Editor of the Empire. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 5 April 1851

NATIVE LITERATURE. To thc Editor of the Empire. SIR-In your issue of this morning-, *;\ lotter appears, signed ''A Lover of. LiteV rature." It would have been, perhaps/ as well if this critical correspondent bf your's, before seating himself in the , censor's chair, to abuse the literary at- tempts of tho native youth, and toi sneer at certain matters of style connected with- . them, had learnt to write idiomatic Eng- lish. This, tho moro, ns ho evidently piques himself on the knowledge 'of such things. To which of the Nco-Latin lan-; guages, in particular, tho , phrase " * negative reply" bolongs, your accomplished . correspondent can perhaps bettor toll tima most people I, who am, unfortunately., a nativo youth, und, as a consequence, can know bub little, nm only sure that it is neither Greek nor, Latin, Anglo-Saxon nor English, and that in no ono''of''vena* ^ßrtV,>ftngu*ge^, ot modern Europe ,lfhiçh <I amv inore br ÍCSÉT açquai.rtj»d¿; hayBj-|I\oyer 'met 'it: " .My^...

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ENGLISH NEWS. WOOL CIRCULAR. London, December 7th, 1850. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 April 1851

ENGLISH NEWS. ¿ ; WOOL CIRCULAR. London, December 7th, 1850. The fourth «ind last series of public sale3 for the year, of Colonial and other Wools of the season, commenced on the 21st ultimo, and terminated this afternoon. They consist of tho following, viz. : Australian. 7,907 Bales. South Australian. 744 ,, Tort Phillip. 5,102 " Van Diemen's Land... 1,832 " Capo. 8,303 " New Zealand. 1,000 ,, East India. 1,228 ,, Swan Uiver...... 36 ,, Colonial. 20,332 Sundries. Oj 730 Total. 29,062 It is gratifying to liavo it in our power to speak of thc increasing prosperity of tho different branches of tho Woollen Trade, and in cousc queneo of tho largo consumption of every de- scription of wool that has, for a long period, boen going on, and thc great reduction of stocks throughout all tho manufacturing districts, an advance of full 2d. per lb. has been submitted to cheerfully nt those sales, which were throughout most numerously attended. Many Trench and Belgian buyers Avero present, but wer...

Publication Title: Empire
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OLEARANOES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 April 1851

OLEARAN OES. April ö,-Brothers, 'schooner, 68 tons, Captain Cl Hay,, for. Launceston. Passengers-Mr. Horsley,,. Mr. James Croft, Mr. 'J. Lampier, Miss Jackson, Mrs. Lacey, 3 daughters and 1 son.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 April 1851

COURT OF REQUESTS.-Tho ordinary sittings of this Court will commence this morning, at ton .» o'clock, with a list of 205 cases for adjudication, in addition to thoso standing- over from the pre- vious sitting. There aro 20 cases entered for the Thirty-pound Jurisdiction. EHRATA.^-III the. letter signed " A Native Youtlr,"-'in', our issuo of Saturday, in the first column of our third page, lino twenty-one, for " Kavara,!' read "Kanara," In tho same column, lino fifty-nine, for " did not," read " did it not ;" and in tho fifty-ninth lino of the second column of same pago, " havchcon dispersed," read "has boen dispersed." BALRANALD.-Notice is. herby givon, that a site has been fixed tipon for. a town at the undermen- tioned place, and that a copy of tho approved plan.may be seen at the Surveyor-General's Office, Sydney, or,at the Police Office, Balranald, viz. : Balranald, on tho Lower Darling.-Gov. Gaz.

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 April 1851

COASTERS INWÀRDSÏ/i V ' .April 5.-Currency Lass, : 29/? Ringland, . from .ttroulce, with 20 tons potatoes; .40 .oùsliol^V"^ ! Lass O'Gourio, 1', Nicholls; from ".tho, Moruya River,-with 17 tons potatoes, 60"6us1iplà; wheat'! Carnation, 35, Witcher, from Moruya "Rivei% witHi »8 tons potatoes, 70. bushels wheat ; Norna;''SS/1 M* Donald, from Shoalhaven, with: 33 - tons pota- toes, 24t- bushels wheat ;. Echo,^22,.;Robinson, from Shoalhaven, with 2*0», 'tops'/ pjDtá^s,j¡^30{ liuchels wheat, half ton cheese,; Pr^spérb^s,/.Í0,( Roborts, ;froiri Nowcastle, with 70Q là\isbeis, vqioat;' NwptùncÇlS, Augusta, from 't\[ool^pj^^/'vi^ 2ÍX'bushels wheat, 200 busheb^/fla^e^V^S^j^eg^ * .box eggs, 1. ^'^WZifJM^^ß Redman, from Broulee, with 3Q.tflhè, J$täiQOfy/fy0j ^"^î? .Wheat, 60 bushels harley^^O^Äi %i t.honnu,.2Gr,Nichplson, from Edcn^¡,yfM\\ ftVb^çns, bark, 2800 treenails, 21 hidos, íí^b^'nd^ ¿lié'op^^hWbft^ Roso, stMä&ty mJtàWkkï from -'Morpeth/' with 78 hiflei'tfoM %LlîHtU?y, '*>hhhd...

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 April 1851

w,rt,»"?.Hnd':»os: Mà Mc^io, ¿$wmiuJ8t. .Shoalhavon, m ballast,;. ^TwiñjSmer*, 2&"R;;£gncs, for Shoalhavon, w}th^VXlr^)^^?%p|p?^'''> *5» Augusta, "for Sholl ''.^^bo^.'''.i^'t1)a<lln|è ;\Pros- perous, 17, Roberts,':'jföjjj t^-Üijhw^Rjyer, with Mtndrios ; Rover,,15, 'éhaM'', ^of.,the Hawkesbury (tiver, with sundries ¡ CjoaViot'tb»J/>ljnson, for Newcastle, in ballast;<tltô^ 'ftp^èrl,'172, Har- ding, for Morpeth, with,suhdriel.^^'t"

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 April 1851

, AJÍ lNVKTfinATE ' TíiiBP.-Tho- negro;*William: Peters, waa'given..Uiitd:bústbdy'\^'§Hil)ordnyi for the tldrd timo within aïonnlghti'. ¿HVn oliorgo of stealing. Tho viotiiril,dn'thlsoe'cnáioil Í8 ii noor waterman, who ha8fibéô»V.'heartlessly robbed.'öf ' .' ft. fidil.> '.belonging to pis 'fishing boat. rotors \ ngn,irl stands a capital oh'Aheo of getting away-iif. ^hb ^'fl'athçr should, bo, inviting-for how-cnn tho¡ prosqoutpr afford to attend tit-the police court, if Ash i»; ig bo had in ; the Bay ?

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THE ANTITRANSPORTATlON LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 April 1851

TIlE;;M^TÂîSPORTATlbN. LEAGUE. ,We-publiàh'îboiow«ithÔ! "Constitution " of tho Loagueasingroedito'atí Melbourne, and which will be;' subinSt'tedv ifbr 'tho adoption of tho Meeting this.day¡r!\i:,L. .: ..j ;M: . . "' ; . //I:!UT. CÓS'BTITUTIOXI OP:TUE LEAGUE. The obioctiof the League is to secure, by moral means only, the abolition of Transportation to, tho Australasian Colonies. .ii - j . All who sigh the.League and .Solemn?; Encage-, mont to be" Mombors. ' ' ,a ,,'.'' OnóANizATioN. '," j, Tlie Governing body of .tho league to_ be, (Con- stituted by Delegates assembled in , 'Conference, and appointed by the several .' Colonies'as herein- after provided. ' . ''>"r'>¡í- ?''."<' Tho .Conference to appoint? and -a^provo of tho various measures to be.adóptód.'dúring thc year following their meeting. ' ; ^ i - , The Conference to appoint annually an Exe- cutive Hoard; also, a permanent'paid Agent to travel tkrough the Colonies, and under tho direc- tion of the Local Counc...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 April 1851

i "tôVsTôxr Hó^ April ö : Statesman, barque, 345 tóns,,iHáwkcs, for Amöy, viá'Islo of Pines. r/T:v " Tho brig Daniel'Watson;' Captain Philips, which left this Port on. 'fiïè'&trâ.^a^^liÖSOj'hos put into Port Steplicns, w'ith'Hcr crotydidhiflfii bj, scurvy. She has taken 320 barrels of oil;.. Spoke'n'o vessels connected with these colonie?^'-'^^ Captain Thompson, of, thbJi;P^ékë%i-s'cKôorior, reports having sighted two.5çrîgs':iôn /tho 27th March off Cn^jo Northumberland: It is possible they might bc tho Phantom brig, and Thomas'and Henry brig, en routo for. Adelaide. This fino schooner brings many passengers, who all speak highly of tho vessel and - thc ' urbanity of her captain. 'Hy the Challenger, out 105 days from thc Downs, AVG rcccivcu a very heavy mail from En- gland. Tho rim to Bass' Straits was made ?. in ninety days. Tho Mary Bannatyno, was to be the next sliip, and she would probably sail within a week after the departure of tho Challenger, and tho Pcnyard Park, so...

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SHIRRING INTELLIGENCR ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 April 1851

. ;.'"«'ov- -' '; ,. . . .0.3. <ai ¿Ha? April o7~ChaUenger, ship, 816 jton¿, &*$toUU Withers/ from the Downs, thé 20th<'^ce,taTMítj I'asscñgers-^Mr. H. Walker, W:xUQÍ*W.^mí: \ ^?\^^m 'Iodd'Mr- Thomaá """SÉfiTniJ w imam Davis, . ... «. nív¿ ï ~ít I April .5.-Hannah, bár^^tóír#i}Ä 'VWifiAP;,, Moodie, from. Launceston 1^»«! -Mrs.;;Miss, and Jklast^^tó^lr^ KS April 6.-«rnma^. WteWfjfÄMs'" cWjäjjfi PaSfiffigCTsMMrs» Hoseason; Captain'.!?, Forrester,; ' a^'jyur.'-Mft/IInfr^sbn^ and Slr.' Asmriw^íl. ". . '"*''' JAfr«5Ö.^Päfc1ierme;i- bng, 220 tomh Raptan} ". ,1 .unes Ifen rv. from Kawau^the 26th March'. "?.'."' OJPirft^:*?Altofe',-; sohoonèr; "88 tons; "Captain Ro b8Ki$í;? ¿rom" ? Ciçcular;']}ïcad;:--the 29th ultimo. l'Ssfcnj&râ-Master ltóber't^on,iahd David Dyson,'' sAwivjKT^Packct, schdôit'er, ;183 tons, .Captain,. VS^tiäpiffwm Adolaidé/the 26th March. Pas seiïgo'rsr^Mr. and Mrs. Cois, an.d thré'tí "children, ' Mr. Hermy", Tho Rev. Mr. Allworth, MrsV...

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 April 1851

. DEPARTURE! .! . ' Î April 5.-Massachusetts, >U/1fttto°alm& ship," »64 tons, Captain J, T. Chase; for the ,SÓuth(Sea¡ .Fisheries'.-' ' : """'."''' ""

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. WE copy the following from the South Australian Gazette of the 13th ultimo. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 April 1851

-WESTERN AUSTRALIA. 6p[íy the following from the South Auíttíatiah Gazette of the 13th ultimo. 'Wc'thavV papers to the 10th January. The lno^t important nows is tho discovery of vast de jtôiitâ of guano in, the neighbourhood of Shark's WI: ^,íV^op.í°^ >;orP0°l ships was on tho way r<V'tiio nowTli'ôïd, "and some of them liad already arrived and obtained full and large cargoes, It is lyipposed^hat,.there will be an increased demand fur presionara consequence. ^^H{Mfs.-&K>fth, January 7, 1851. -Wheat #W rftlf ita Q*y-per bushel ; oats 4s. Od.; flour £17 norton ..bread,,per 21b. loaf, 5d. ; potatoes 8s to ilWSercW. ;'mutton 4d. to 4id per lb. ; beef4d. fWíídío '{liJim -v. ??? . v<Pé>Wl>»:h:Tbc :Gratitude and Mary both sail to ^ATffi8 »ft5Lror Suano» arrangements having been ÄMrwift&Captain Scott which will enable them WMK&M BRgJlsland- Wo believe tho price given ^^Gajp^ii^j^cott is £2 per ton. Thc Gratitude is expected to sail to...

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THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE— ANOTHER HAFFIR WAR [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 April 1851

BY tfe^touis^^sterflíy^ from Adelaide, had Taeext reeoïfpd tljcre.'jpy the brig Wan deregjfrpm -$$ne To$|J<thc 16th of ; Jtm uary^óf anoiflgqr outbreak of the Kaffirs,' ?which threatened to^hecómeof the most calamitous consequence to the Cape colony. , lt .appears that early in J)eccm-' her- the colonists had their suspicions awakened by . the sudden and general TC jtircmcnt, into their own country, of allAthe. Kaffirs : in the employ of the English aV servants. From this circumstance;' the settlers on the borders exerted thcmfcejy£al' to the utmost in the adoption of prccau t»onàry,^measures, and succeeded to soni'fr extent m removing their sheep, and cattle, to places of security. Sir Harry ^ Smith acted in the matter with the greatest^ protóp-, titudè and decision. !.. He instantly^èjrtm-^ moncd a meeting of the Kaffir cliieftaihBf;f but their adroitness and well-^a^ïisc;^ dissimulation effectually served them.»in eluding thc most rigid scrutiny as to "their designs. T...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 April 1851

EXPORTS. April ôl^Brethcrs, schooner, 63: tons, Captain C. Rayí íffór'-Launceston :. 8 cases cigars, ,10 logs cedar, Hb'ók-»;:^ cases lead piping, 20; boxes 40 half-boxes soap, 110;. cases cordials, G. R.'Pid- ding ;^49 hogsheads beer, 50 cases bottled porter, 50 casks'.bottled ale, 00 boxes tobacco ' pipes, 15 casks gunpowder, 45 boxes 30 half-boxes soap, R. How and Co.- ; 15 tons coals, C. Bay ; 40 bundles bags, T. W. Smart; 30-casks battled-beer, G. Thorne and Co.; 1 crate earthenware, 2-kegs tobacco, G. Small. . April 5¡r-Mary Jane, schooner, 83 tons, Captain Gourlay, for Melbourne : 12 hogshead loaf sugar, 715 mats sugar, 20 hogsheads treacle,-Australasian Sugar Company; 1000 bushels bran. E. M. Sayers ; 2 rolls lead, Lyall, Scott/ and Co. ; 20 hogsheads-ale, 1 trunk 1 case boots, Young and Co. ; ll casks oil/10 kegs sundries, C. Chapman ; 1 -case, Jeiickcn, Barber, and Co. ; 2 crates bottles, 300 bushels maize, 2 pockets hops, 20 boxes souchong tea, 30 rolls matting, 5000 feet...

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SHIP'S MAILS. CLOSING AT THE POST OFFICR. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 April 1851

SHIP'S MAILS. CLOSING AT THE POST OFFICR,' ' ; r/ph'don-Prince of: "Wales, to-morrów, at noon, ftónohííú and'..San..Prancwco^S^rytCáthorine, ; ^tWs-'.eVéning, at si:K.;( -.'.."'.'j',' ""'^i1 ", .'. '*v . ..""'''.

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THE EMPIRE. SYDNEY, MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1851 THE AUSTRALASIAN LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 April 1851

' THE EMPIRE. a:; "SYDNEY, MONDAY, APRIL T, mi: THE AUSTRALASIAN LEAGUE. AT the beginning of tho present year, the people of Tasmania and of Port Phillip, invited ,the colonists of tho Muidle. District to meet, theih in conference at Melbourne, to enter into a great and solemn Confede- ration, for the purpose of effecting the cessation of transportation to Australasia. The Anti-Transportation Committee of Sydney, to which body this invitation was sent, declined sending a Delegate to Mel- bourne, for rea.so.ns which we have not time to explain ; and the Conference was held between Victoria and Tasmania exclusively. The Southern Colonies, however, in their earnest endeavours, determined not to leave anything undone within their power to secure our cordial and perfect co-operation J in their great scheme of Union; and in thc due order of circumstances, sent their ac- credited Delegates to us, selected from the leading members of their communities. These gentlemen, as is well known, aro...

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DIARY. MEMORANDA TO NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 April 1851

DIARY. : V'ÍU1,ÍH MEMORANDA TO NKXT 1'UBUCATION. ? " '. ';J j Ar mi.. HUN. HIGH WATER. _rises. I sets. | morn..| even. 7 f MowoAT. i 6 iTr5~i3~}'n~so^\~n' 56 : Moon's First Quarter, 5 7P.M., April 9>. .

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To the Editor of the Empire. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 April 1851

To the Editor of the Empire'." " . SIR-Yoú will confer a great favour on the un- dersigned, by inserting the following in your va-" luablo issue of to-morrow. . . - : :r- " - I would be glad to know if thc subject of " Public. Baths" is entirely done away, with by tho City Council who aro now ' sitting. A short time ago it was proposed by some that a wall should ne built, some three or four hundred' feet out from the "Fig Tree," in the Government Do- main, with a gate to allow tho water to run in and out, with the tides, but not a word is said by them now. Perhaps the subject has entirely "slipped .their memories," and as no one else has taken tho trouble to remind them of it, I have endeavoured to do so myself, and it is principally on''this''He count. There is at present every morning1,' a' kihd of " blubber" in tho water, which, if touclîed'by any person, immediately stings him, and it isTiih possible to avoid them if a person wishes to swim whereas, if tho wall was built round w...

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