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AGENTS FOR THE FREEMAN'S JOURNAL. TOWN AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

AGENTS FOR THE FREEMAN'S JOURNAL. T0'WN AGENTS. Mr. Daniel Donovan— King-street. Dr. Vaughan — Miller's Point. Mr. M. Dalton — George-street South. Mr. Phillip Walsh — Parramatta-street. Mr. M01.R00NEY -South Head Road. r. Sprucing, Bookseller, Lower George-street.

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

COASTERS OUTWARDS. July 17. — -Rover, 15, Shaw ; Susan, 27, Martin, both for the Hawkesbury ; Sylph. 23, Orpen; Phan tom, 23, Settree, both for Brisbane Water ; Swan, 18, Boyde ; Australia, 45, M'Neil ; Currency Boy, 41, Maine, Mary Ann, 17, Bewsley ; Brothers, 27, M'Cauley ; Vixen, 46, Williamson ; Sacramento, 41, Heckenburg; Wanderer, 140, Williams, all for Newcastle. July 18. — William the Fourth, steamer, 54, Sul livan, for WolloDgong ; Elizabeth, 31, Woolford; Sister, 45, Hescott ; Elizabeth, 32, Rennie ; Anna Maria, 49, Bennett ; Emily, 30, Hall : Edward, 29, Barney ; Clarissa, 60, Campbell, all for Newcastle ; Gitana', 15, Noble, for Brisbane Water; Young Billy, 18, Carbuss, for the Hawkesbury. July 17. — Dove, 12, Laverack ; Magnet, 17, Sel mon, both for Brisbane Water ; Warlock, 43, Gib son ; Traveller's Bride, 32, Lindquest ; Sir John Franklin, 28, Jacobs: Alfred, 40, Jones ; Coquette, 72, Johnstone, all for Newcastle. July 21. — Agnes Napier, 36, Walters, for Brou lee ; R...

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

COASTERS INWARDS. July 17.— -Mary Jane, 32, Kelly ; Currency Boy, 41, Maine ; Australia, 45, M'Neil ; Mary Ann, 17, Beasley; Brothers, 27, M'Caulay ; Black Swan, 18, M'Bryde ; Vixen, 46, Williamson ; Sacramento, 41, Heckenberg ; Sir John Franklin, 28, Jacobs, all from Newcastle ; Phantom, 23, Settree ; Sylph, 23, Orpen, both from Brisbane Water. July 18. — Gitana, 15, Noble, from Brisbane Water ; William the Fourth, steamer, 54, Sullivan, from Wollongong ; Midshipman, 26, Milham ; Sister, 45, Hescott : Elizabeth, 31, Woolford ; Edward, 29, Burney ; Elizabeth, 32, Renhie ; Cla rissa, 60, Campbell ; Anna Maria, 49, Bennett ; Lillias, 92, Chinnery ; Primus, 37, Coulson, all from Newcastle. July 19.— Traveller's Bride, 32, Linflquest.; Warlock, 43, Gibson ; Coquette, 72, .Johnston, all from Newcastle ; Dove, 12, Laverick ; Magnet, 17, Selmori, both from Brisbane Water ; Defiance, 15, Hardwiek, from the Hawkesbury. July 21.— -Norma, 35, M'Donald, from Wollon gong; Rainbow, 19, Pennington...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

rtfjipiniig Sntelif grace* AKfi'lVALS. July I7i —Liberty, schooner, 53 tons, Captain Johnson, from Wide Bray the 4th inst. July 17; — Souvenir, schooner, 80 tons, Captain Brown, from Brisbane the 12th, and Cowan Cowan Roads the 13th inst. , - % July 17. — Alary Stewart, schooner, 83 tons, Cap tain Sommerville, from Brisbane the 12th, and Moreton Island the,13th inst. July 18. — Ellbrt, schooner, 47 tons, Captain Thompson, from Wide Bay the 4th inst. July 18.— Eagle, steamer, 150 tons, Captain War ner, from Moreton Bay the 15th inst. July 20.— Gazelle, brig, 285 tons, Captain Wood, from Adelaide the 10th inst. July 20.— Sea Belle, brig, 104 tons, Captain Greig, from Port Phillip the 14th inst. July 20. — Douglas, barque, 472 tons, Captain Rogers, from the Downs the 11th of March. July 20. — H.M.S. Calliope, 28 guns, Captain Sir J. Everard Home, C.B., from Hobart Town the 14th inst. ? July 21. — H.M. brigantine Pandora, 6 guns, Commander Byron Drury, from the Cape of Good Hope the 2nd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

??;:.,?? HATS, HATS, HATS. \ fTO. MOUNTCASTLE, Hat Manufac . JEi-« turer, begs to inform the public tha ? he has recently received a new assortment of Hats comprising many of the. new invention's and im provernents called up by the preparations for thi Grand Exhibition of 1851. In addition to his ceta : brated stock of ventilated and durable French Hats he can also offer Ventilated beaver hats, black and drab, nairow am broad brims Paris hats, black and.drab, of all shapes and sizes Black and drab shell hats ?Ladies' beat riding habits California, assorted shapes and colours -A large stock of plain and fancy cloth caps ? , Every description of naval and military ornaments , cockades, gold and silver bands, &.C., &c. Hats of all descriptions manufactured to order foi ?the trade. . French Hat Manufactory, 77. Market-street. HARBOUR VIEW.— SURRY HILLS. rW~' O LET, the above eligible Residence, -i a short distance from the Court . House, containing five good looms and a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

BOOli MATS.— Carriage, Door, Toilette, and dish Mats China and Cocoa Malting, and Hare's Patent floorcloth, on sale at ' LENEHAN'S Cabinet warehouse, 287, Castleroagh-streer. STSURNITURK.— 'k . LENEHa N invites . purchasers of Eurniture to an inspec tion of some Elegant Articles of Drawing-room Furnicnre. , ' Also, Mahogany Wash-stands with Marble Slabs, imported to his own order, -ix Ma-y Banuatyne and Bondicar— in addition to bis usual Stock ot Rose wood and Cedar Furniture. Floorcloth and Upholstery Establishment. 287, Castlereagh-streer. furnitueiTtaborbt. LINEN and UNION WINDOW HOL LANDS . Transparent Window Blinds Satin Hair seating Silk and Worsted Gimps and Tassels && Fringes and Bell Hopes ; ' And a variety of Upholsterers' Trimmings, on sale at LENEHAN'S Upholstery Establishment, 287, Castlereagh -street. ? IRON BEADSTEaDS, ex Bondioar.— . Superior manufactured English Iron Bedsteads, with patent joints, extra rods for curtains and castors, in great variety...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

Government Clerks. — The Government at hon.e very wisely forbids its salaried officers to take any part in general election movements. The want of some such regulation here i3 loudly complained of, and one case of a departure from this very salutary course has just been brought under our notice. Mr. Ttiruon. who. it will be remembered, was lately ap pointed a clerk in one of the Governmeut offices, is said to be one of the most active canvassers in the North Adelaide District. It would be well for the Governor to see into this. We have taken no part ourselves in the outcry that Ins been raised about Government interference with the elections, under a belief that it was not warranted by fact ; but it will afford any candidate, against whom any Go vernment subordinate is pitted, a colourable pretence for making this charge from the hustings, and should, therefore, be put a stop to at onco. At home, the regulation is ordinarily so sweeping as to include the constabuliirly, but there wo...

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WHOLESALE MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

WHOLESALE MARKET PRICES. Grain. — Wheat, .per bushel, fls. to 9s. 6d. ; the supply is small ; the millers are anxious to purchase ; 'another rise is expected. Barley, 3s. Gd. to 4s. ; good malting samples in demand. Maize, 3s. 3d. to 3s. 6d. ; the supply is small : good samples sell readily. Oats, 2s. 9d. to 3s. ; nearly all the stores are: without good samples. Poultry. — Fowls, per couple, Is. 4d. to Is. Gd. ; Ducks, Is. 8d.:to 2s. ; Turkeys, 5s. to 7s. ; Geese, 4s. fid. to 5s. 6d. ; all- kinds of poultry dull of sale ; the supply is large. Eggs, per dozen, fld. to lOd. ; the .supply is now good ; sales are readily effected at 10d. for good samples. Dairy. — Butter, per pound, 8d. to Is. ; the sup ply to the market is more than the consumption ; every store is overstocked. Cheese, 5d. to Gd. ; very little coming to market ; sales easily effected. Bacon, 4d. to 6d. ; good samples sell readily, but inferior very dull of sale. Pigs, each, per lb., 3d. to 3£d. ; good pigs are scarce, ...

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NEW ZEALAND [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

; ??' ' --;:--:;' NEW ZEALAND . ^.Iiie Diana. — The Diana was driven ashore at ;. laranaki ..and plundered bv the natives^ which led ,vo a collision ;beti\vebn them and the crew. The natives , succeeded' in' Obtaining the cargo, and would not give it up unless the MfaVas paid for it. nothing is certain about lives being lost.— Wel- lington Independent.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Branch Post Office — Arrangements, we under stand, are ma-le for the establishment of a branch post-office at the Exchange, which will doubtless be ft great convenience to parties at this end of the town We had, indeed, some thoughts of making an application for suchan establishment at our office, and should have carried our intention into effect, but from having been thus forestalled. Next to the kxchange, this office would -doubtless have been the best si e'that could have been chosen : and we should williug'.y have submitted to t lie. additional labour and expense tot the public convenience. The proposed establish ment of tais branch, however, must not be taknn as an apology for not rendering the site of the General l'ost Office more accessible to the public. This, in fact, ought to have been done before the Post Office was removed, and it should not now admit of a day's delay. - A d I aide Times. Adelaide, June 30. — Flour, £22 to £20 per ton j wueat, IC'a- to 1...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. EMPLOYMENT OF THE INMATES OF THE BENEVOLENT ASYLUM. ( To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. EMPLOYMENT OF THE INMATES OF THE BENEVOLENT ASYLUM. ( To the Editors oj the Freeman's Journal.) Gentlemen, — The admirable article which con stituted your first leader in the journal of Thurs day last, has invited me to offer a few remarks on the important matters to which you have so timely tirawn the public attention. Waving any eulogistic allusion to the specimen it affords of the errand Christian principles which guide the conduct of the Freeman's Journal, I shall only hastily glance at the sound historical knowledge it displays, in tracing to its source the inefficient relief which, for so long a time, has been supplied to the imperative necessities of the poor in our father land. The oppressive burden, by taxa tion, which had been laid on the people in the form of '? Poor Rates,' had become too heavy to be borne. The a Poor Law Amendment Acts' aggravated the ? evil in a religious and social sen e, whilst they out raged common humanity by the cruel impo...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

TO CORRESPONDENTS. In order to save time, trouble, and postage, we propose to acknowledge the receipt of money letters in tnis part of our [taper. Received from P. D., Ipswich .. £2 0 0 ., J. M., Pairama'-ta ..430

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TURON. Wallaby Rocks, July 14, 1351. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

TURON. ; ! From our ? own, C ^rrnsnnndanL Wallaby Ptocks, July 14, 185 1. .Dear arn.— In pursuance of my promise I send you a few lines with reference to the state of things on the Turon. On Friday last the date of my arrival here, the rain commenced falling about 9 o'clock I'.M., and continued for the greater part of the night and on the fallowing day we were favored with a few slight showers but not sufficient to make any perceptible difference in the waterholes on the river. About a week since the news was spread that a very rich spot had been found at some 8 or 10 miles upwards from the Wallaby, and the consequence was that some hundreds left the lower part of the river to try their fortune higher up. I heard of some astonishing instances of success in that diiection, but have no authenticated state ments to send you. The following you may depend upon : Mi*. T. Fitzpatrick with a party consisting of three besides himself have in the last 19 days obtained nearly 58 ounces of gold...

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Colonial News. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

colonial T$e\&$, VICTORIA. Gold at Last. — The desideratum has at last been found, and that in the immediate vicinity of Melbourne. Mr. Greening was out last week on an exploring expedition, with a party, and brought several specimens of rock. He reduced a bead of metal from a portion of one, and others have been examined and tested by Messrs. Richmond and Gibbons, Avitli satisfactory results, and the speci mens have been sealed up, and deposited in the hands of Mr. H. I. Hart, Secretary to the Com mittee. Dr. Richmond and Mr. Greening intend, we believe, to make a turther investigation of the country, where they were found, andgon their re turn, a meeting of the committee will be called. Some others of the party state their intentions of making a claim for the rewards, but their speci mens have not yet been examined. — M. Daily iV. tvs. Victoria Modesty -Financial Restitution. ~ Like the generous highwayman, who returned (o thp man he bad roMipd, sufficient to pay for the t...

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MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

MAITLAND. Stroud, July 13. — An awfully sudden death happened here last night, at eleven o'clock. An old servant of the Company's, named James Slat terie, had just got his discharge, having agreed to accompany a party who are preparing to leave this place in a few days for the gold diggings ; he had been with the party during the evening arranging for their departure, and on reaching his lodgings, was in the act of taking1 off a new boot which he had been trying on, when through the exertion ha fell forward, and he never afterwards spoke. He was living at the house of a shoemaker, who im mediately upon Slatterie's falling, ran for Dr. Douglas. The doctor was immediately in atten dance, but before he reached the vital spark had fled. It is supposed the unfortunate man must have over exerted himself in trying the beots on, and caused the rupture of a blood vessel. Slatterie was a quiet, inoffensive man, and being well known, his death has caused quite a gloom here to-day. — Correspond...

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MORETON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

? . MORETON BAY. Public Market-Place' — The want of a public market place at Brisbane, where provisions -of all kinds could be brought for sale, has for a consi derable time been felt, and some months back we brought the subject under the, notice of the public. A requisition to the Acting Police Magistrate is now in course of signature, requesting him to call a public meeting for the purpose of taking the matter into consideration. It may be, therefore, desirable that we should publish a brief sketch of the necessary proceedings, as provided for by the Colonial Act 3rd Victoria, No. 19* On the re quisition being signed by twenty- five resident householders, the Police Magistrate is to call a public meeting, and, if a resolution be then passed favourable to the establishment of a market-place information of that circumstonce must be conveyed to his Excellency the Governor-General, who, should he approve of the same, will give notice there of in the Government Gazette. The Governor Ge...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. Murder. — We perceive that the government, through the Chief Police Magistrate of the terri tory, offers a reward of a conditional pardon, and £80, for the detection and conviction of the party or parties implicated in the murde-i of the late James M'Culloch in the district of Buckland. In addition to the above reward, the inhabitants of Prosser's Plains, offer a sum of £30, to be raised by subscription. Iron.— It is a fact established beyond question that iron exists in abundance in the immediate vicinity of Hobart Town ; a practical and scientific man has asserted, that with the necessary means he could supply it at a cheaper rate than it can be imported from England* Tasmania has not so much need of natural resources as of the public spirit necessary for theirdevelopement. Our neigh bours may congratulate themselves upon the discovery of gold, but in the event of our embark ing in the working of iron, without laying the Frenchman's Cap under contribution, a lar...

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HAVILAH. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

HAVTLAH. In the course of the week we have conversed with several persons of respectability, who have passed a considerable portion of the time since the discovery of these diggings in the search after gold. Their reports as to the present yield, or future pro spects, of the Havilah Diggings, are not very encouraging. The gold obtained is very fine, no lumps having yet been found. Mr. Fulton called at the ' Free Press' office a few days ago with a very beautiful sample of about two ounces which had been got at Havilah. Since our last notice of these diggings, there appears to have been no material increase in the numbers of the miners. They still remain at about 150, with a prospect of a diminution rather than otherwise. On Thursday Mr. Green; Assistant. Commissioner, visited the place, and as the people were not prepared to pay a license of 30s. he prohibited them from working. In fact, according to present appearances, the enforcement of the regulations will effectually close the ...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. POPERY AND DESPOTISM. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 July 1851

$&i$teUanio\i$ I3xtrart0, POPERY AND DESPOTISM. (From the Dublin Messenger.) We had intended to pay our respects to (he British Quarterly Review, in which a most foul and ignorant assault has been made upon the character of the Church, but hove been compelled, for various reasons, to allow our contemporary the honour of 'lying' on our table for another time. We have, how ever, 'by accident, met one of the daily caterers for prejudices they do not share, and opinions at A^rich they laugh while they write them. The Morning Herald of a recent day thus discources : ' Even in France the least priest-ridden of Roman Catholic, countries — even in France, a land in which priest-craft and ultra-montanism have never ob tained sway — pretensions' which have lain dormant for twenty yeaes have been again revived within the last twelve months. Notwithstanding the villa nies perpetrated by Congregationalists, from the Abbe   Contrefatto tu Frere Leotade in the autumn of 1847, ...

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 31 July 1851

COASTERS INWARDS. July 24. — Mermaid, 18, Doors, from theHawkes bury ; Traveller, 14, Anderson, from Brisbane Water; Brothers, 27, M'Cauley ; Emily, 33, Hall ; Elizabeth, 32, Kennie; Edward, 29, Barney ; James and Amelia, 39, Young, all from Newcastle. July 25. — William the Fourth, steamer, 54, Sul livan, from Wollongong ; lluth, 12, Wells ; Gitana, 15, Noble, both from Brisbane Water ; Elizabeth, 81, Walford, Helen, 69, Eedy ; Warlock, 43, Gib son ; Australia, 45, M'Neil ; Mary Ann, 17, Beas ley, all from Newcastle. July 26. — Catherine, 16, Rowling; Sir John Franklin, 28, Jacob ; Active, 40, Melville; Alfred, 40, Jouea; Caroline, 29, Pridor; Coquetto, 7'2? Johnstone; Mermaid, 20, Campbell ; YouneQMPo~n 1 31,.Thompson, all from Newcastle; NeptuVe 1? 1 Augusta, from Shoalhaven ; Dove, 12, Laverick ' 1 Magnet, 17, Selmon, both from Brisbane Water ' I July 28 —Louisa, 15, Green ; Porpoise, 40, (W I well, both from tahoalhaven ; Phantom, 23. Settree M Victory, 19, Ifisher ; Sylph, 23,...

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