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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 22 January 1851

^ Xnw IiNSObVKKT.-Mary Ann Jlurf-liall, of I Elizalieth-strciit, Sydney, widow. Liabilities, í'OO Ills; asset«, personal property anti ont slaiidiny debts, £47 fis. ; bulnnco deiieieiH'V, £13 .la. W. I't!ii'\, olHcinl assignee.

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EMPIR(E)ICISMS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 22 January 1851

EMPIR(E)ICISMS. A Wurr MORT-AL.-" Brevity" being proverbially "tho soul ol' wit," 11. Mort Esq., is the wittiest man in More- tón Hay. His speech consists but of one remark-ono golden sentence. Like tho lunn of whom Pontunullo wittily spoke, lie " has but one idea, and that a wrong one." Tho gentleman proposes that the .' Exilu" peti- tion 'bo printed inletters of gold. By all means, wo I echo. Eor would it not then become tho everlasting symbol and memento of the cupidity of the men who framed it V EXTREMES MEET.-Your model Squattor is a burly fellow of six feet odd, "bearded Uko a pard," and not addicted to Quukcrlike simplicity of speech. Your actual squatter, however, is milder than any body ; he hates all naughty words, loves romance and poetry, and -would not for tho world admit that ho ever hada "convic- tion," or ever was " transported," in his life. Tho Moreton Bay petition is a delightful sample of Squatter romance. Is'othing eau exceed tho mildness and softness ofthat del...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 22 January 1851

PROCLAMATION. By HÍ3 Excellency Sir Charles Augustus Fitz Boy, Knight Companion ofthèRoyal Hanoverian Guolphic Order, Captain-General and Gover nor-in-Chief of the Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, and Vice-Admiral of the same, Ac, &c, etc. WHEREAS by an act of the Governor and Legislativo Council of New South Wales, pussed in the present year of Her Majesty, inti- tuled, "Ail Act for taking an account of the po- pulation of New South Wales," it was enacted, that with respect to any portion of the Territory of New South Wales, not included within any ono of the Police Districts, or Commissioners' Dis- tricts, as therein beforo mentioned, it should be lawful for His Excellency tho Govomor, by Pro- clamation, to bo by him for that purpose pub- lished in the Government Gazette, to declaro within what Police District or Commissioners' District, such portion of Territory should, for the purposes of the said Act, he comprised : Now, therefore, I, Sir Charles Augus...

Publication Title: Empire
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 22 January 1851

£ * I 111 ?? »I " CLEARANCES. ! January 21,~Çommoâore, shjp.489 ton?, Cap- > tain Broadfoot, for London, ^ïaspepgér-Mr, i Walter Beames, ' i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 22 January 1851

Fer Adelaide Direct. To follow the Wild Irish Giri, ~~KV THE FAVORITE PACKET AÖV -1 BEIG ÏKw ' LOUISA, r-^^gg-, 182 tons, \V. Heslop, Com- mander. _^ ^ _ ^ , This fine vessel, for many ^earsknown in the colonial trade as a favourite packet, is hourly ex- pected, and will have despatch. Freight and pas hengers will be token by her as low as hy any \essel to Adelaide. JOHN MACNAMARA, 123 Queen-street. Por Port Cooper, the New Canterbury Settle- ment. JLJT*>^THE fine first-class Ship >ÄNL *- SAL ACIA, 4¿/Mkk M^a ^44 ^ons rep's^er> Captain Brown. *^^WfflM|á. The undersigned having chartered fe^^gfasil^ this vessel, and will proceed in her himself, presents an eligible opportunity to shippers of horses ; a limited quantity of freight will be taken, CHARLES SIDEY, At Buyers and Lochhead's Harrington-street. - 31i\ SIDET intends to commence business as General Commission Agent at Port Cooper, and will be happy to receive goods and stock on con- signment. _126 First Vessel for Melb...

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DEPARTURES [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 22 January 1851

DEPARTURES J January 21.-Eagle, steamer, 150- tons, Cap- tain Allen, for Moreton Bay. Passengers-J. IW. Johnson, Mr. Tozer, Lieutenant Kirsopp, R. N. ; George Gammie, Thomas Ayerst, two masters Wilmington, Mr. Deuoher, Mr. Smithers, Mr. Kingsbury, MisV Burtenshaw, Mr. J. North, Mr. J. J. Wilmington, and eighteen in the steerage.

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INTERIOR. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 22 January 1851

INTERIOR. CniiiD BURNED TO DEATH.-On Saturday last, a girl, G vears old, named Saiah Eliza King, resid- ' ing at Davy's Creek, Campbell's Biver, was i burned in so shocking a manner, that she expired ' in 24 hours afterwards. It appears that her father, John King, who has only been a short ¡ period in the country, lost his wife and a child on his passage outward,and has latter y, with his sole surviving child, been residing with a Mrs. Turnbull ; during whose temporary absence for the purpose of driving some woiking bullocks out of a neigh bom ing paddock, the girls frock caught fire. The screams of another child, on preceiving the flames, i brought Mrs. Turnbull to the hut, who immediately extinguished them, but, as eventually proved, too late to be of service to the sufferer. An inquest was held on the deceased by Captain Sutherland, .on Monday, when a verdict of accidental death'was returned.-Bathurst Free Press, Jan. ISlh. THE BLACK LEO.-Great numbers of cattle have recently bee...

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Agents for the Empire. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 22 January 1851

Agents for the Empire. SYDNEY* AND THE SUBURBS.-Mr. John Alex- ander, Botany-street, Redfern. Mr. Edward Knight, Painter, George-street South, near the Ilay-mdrkct. Mr. Samuel Weldon, comer of Burdekins Terrace and South Head Road. BATHURST.-Mr. Charles James, bookseller, Wil- liam-street; and Mr. J. R. Jones, George street. DUNGOG.-Mr. Thomas Hanna, Postmaster. DAPTO.-Mr. John M'Rae, storekeeper. GUNDAGAI.-Mr. JJ. M. Turnbull, ditto. MURRURUNDI.-Mr. A. Brodie, J'ostmaster. PORT FAIRY.-Mr. Edmund Gleeson, storekeeper. PARRAMATTA.-Mr. Hugh Taylor. GRAFTON, Cuvunscn RIVER.-Mr, William Pal- mer, Grafton Hotel. WINDSOR.-Mr. Robert Stewart, Watchmaker, George-street. MORETON BAY.-Mr. William Smith, North Brisbane. GOULBURN.-Mr. David Davis, Old Commercial Store, Sloanc-slrcet. GUNDEROO.-Mr. Edgar, Postmaster. ?*»* Agents will be appointed in all other parts of the Colony, as soon as practicable.

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 22 January 1851

PORT PHILLIP. WOOL..-Messrs. lîlnstock nnd Malcolm, oc- cupying a station of Messrs. Mercer and Lockhart, near the Grange, have sold their wool to Mr. Henty for fifteen pence half- penny per pound all mund. This is the tip price of the season. But then the quality of the wool and the way it has been gotten up, surpasses anything seen in the district. It has been spout washed, with water at .90 ° Farhenhcit, and is beautifully white and clran.-Port Phillip Gazeite. POSTAL.-We hear that Warrnambool ha« just hean connected with Geelong and Mel- bourne by two weekly mails. One from Geelong by the way of Colac and Timboon, nnd the other from Melbourne via Fiery OI'HCU and Port Fairy. In the nicnntimr Portland is, in postal arrntisrement», almost w holly cut o!F from thoie phices ; while, in «fl't'ot, to the capital ttnelf, and indeed every oilier place, we «ve reduced to a "ingle mall "in Hie week.- Portland Gtuwtlhnt. WILFUL MURDER.—Some fortnight ago a paragraph appeared in the M. M. H...

Publication Title: Empire
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 23 January 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. [OR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED Forster's double-strapped spudo Sideaway's spades Common spades and shovels various BÍZOS. CAT GUT SUITABLE FOR LATHE BANDS. For salo by . HENRY PARKES, Hunter-street. WANTED, a respectable young woman as general House Servant. Apply to MRS. PARKES; Hunter-street. HENRY PARKES, . Hunter-street. BMOUNTOASTLE has added to his stock , every description of Sommer Hats, a ppr» tion consists of Ventilated Paris, drab, and black bats Beaver, droh, and black hats Shell, drab, and black hats Ladies' best riding bats California felt hats of every colour and the most ; . approved shape ... A very large assortment of plain and fancy cloth caps /' Hats manufactured to order In any,qnanth> , A large assortment of every description of, naval and military lacé and ornaments, cockades, gold bands, &c. French Hat Manufactory, 3 77, Market-street. QN THIS DAY, January 23rd, ONE THOUSAND BONNETS, of the latest fashion, and from the most fashionable...

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SHIPS' MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 23 January 1851

SHTPS' MAILS. London.-General Hewitt, this evening, at six o'clock." ; ; . , .,' San Francisco.- Cameo, this evening,, at six o'clock. ¡ Launceston.-William, this day at noon. Auckland.~Emma, this evening, at. six , 0,'clock. '

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 23 January 1851

* Tho American appellation of " help" some- times excites a smile ; but it is only the some- ; what grotesque expression of a most important truth.

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 23 January 1851

r ; COASTERS INWARDS, ' . I ' .-January 22.-Bee, 12, M'Donald; from Kiama, with'."40 bushels wheat, 50 bushels barley, 20 kegs Jones, from Tweecf River, with 19,000 feet cednr; Maria Prudence, 27,'Louden, from Kiama, with 155 bags wheat, 30 bags potatoes, 30 kegs butter, 19 bags barley, 1 ton bark, 1000 hands cabbage tree, and 8 pigs ; Thistle, 28, Stone, from the Bellinger River, with 1,4,000 feet cedar ¡ Sisters, 15, Brooks,,, from the Hawkesbury Eiver, with 462 bushels maize, 126 bushels wheat, 60 bushels rye, 116 bushels oats j Catherine, 26, ' Nicholson, from Twofold Bay, with'34 bales wool ; Highland Lass, 23, Cooke, from Bateman's. Bay, with 300 bushels wheat, 120 bushels maize, 4'tons potatoes, 6 kegs, butter, 20 cheeses;;;Comet, 34, Colins, with 21,000 feet',';ce4*^¿ V^orog Billy, 18, Carbuss, from the Hawkesbury with 50,000 shingles,' 3 tonsr "potatoei,"'j} baskets shells; Thistle steamer; 1;27/Muntíal!, from Morpeth, with 103 bales wool, 107' hides,"76 bags bran, 45 bags ...

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THE WORKING CLASSES OF GREAT BRITAIN. CHAP. II. — PRINCIPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 23 January 1851

THE WORKING- CLASSES OF GREAT BRITAIN. Their present condition, and thc means of their Improvement and Education, A Prise Essay. Ey the Rev. Samuel G. Green, A.B. CHAP. II.-PRINCIPLES. TfiAT there must ho a working class, in distinc- tion from the class of employers and capitalists, I assume as nn established truth. I huid no con- troversy now with tho Socialist or Communist, though on a fitting occasion I might not decline the encounter. Perhaps -something will have been done towards superseding their theories, if it imbut proved that the .present constitution of society, fairly understood «nd developed, includes idljiins great principles of charity, brotherhood, and mutual help. < First of »ll lt is requisite to get » distinct view of the grounds upon which the arrangement of society rests, False or confused notions as to these occasion the greatest errors, The mere fact, that,( the poor shall never cease out of the land," tejls very little, Neither does subordina- tion...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 23 January 1851

A. small embroidered cambric pocket handker- chief used by "Charles 1. upon the scaffold, and stained with his blood, is liow in tho possession of acompositorin thooflico of thoNew York Courier. The handkerchief has the figure of the Scotch thistle embroidered round tho edges, and upon one corner is a crown. lb is thickly stained with dark spots, and is considerably discoloured by time. Its authenticity seems clearly proved. No less than three separate translations of " Macaulay's History of England" are now being issued from tho German press. A shopkeeper once wrote to his sister :-"Our aged father died yesterday of a large assortment ot disorders." An iron foundry in Bohemia advertises cast iron coflins mid tombs at equal prices with wooden ; ones. . || Tho President of the Trench Republic has nominated Jean Pruvot, an agricultural labourer, a Knight of tho Legion of Honour. Pruvot has been employed fifty years on one farm. Tho Medical Times says tho largest fee on re- cord is tha...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 23 January 1851

EXPORTS. January 22.-General Hewitt, ship, 961 tong, Captain 'Gatenby, for London ; 1218 bales wool, 23 bales leather, 140 casks tallow, 149 pieces iron bark, 153 pieces black butt, 21,514 trenails,'10 tons 4 cwt. 3 qrs. 14 lbs. bark, 6 blocks timber, Montefiore, Graham, and Co. ; 365 bales wool, Young and Co. ; 35 bales wool, 90 casks tallow, Smith, Croft, and Co. ; 84 bales wool, Macintosh and Hirst ; 54 bales wool, John Hosking ; 347 bales wool, Bay, Glaister, and Co. ; 60 bales wool, George Bowman ; 200 bales wool, 2 bundles sheepskins, Brown and Co. ; 27 bales wool, David Cohen and Coi, 3 casks honoy, Thomas Taylor ; 13,341 horns, 6 tons shank bones, William, Barlow ; 62 bundles whalobonej S. Wilkinson, junior ; 21 casks cocoa nut oil, E. T. Eord ; Re- capitulation : 2390 bales wool, 2 bundles sheep- skins, 230 casks tallow, 21 casks cocoa nut oil, 13,341 ox horns, 6 tons shank bones, 62 bundles whalebone, 149 pieces iron bark, 153 pieces black butt, 21,514 trenails, 30 tons 4....

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LIBRARIES FOR THE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 23 January 1851

LIBRARIES TOR THE PEOPLE. : H A short Act of Parliament,' passed towards tht close of the last Session, is directed to a verj useful public oject, viz., that of enabling corpo- rate authorities of large towns to establish libra; ries and museums for the instruction and recrea- tion of the people. Tho Act is entitled, "An Act for ^ enabling Town Councils to establish ; Public Libraries and Museums," and was passed I 14th August, 1850. This Act may be adopted by any town having a population of 10,000 inha j bitants, upon a request from tho Town Council to J the Mayor, who, after 10 days notice in a news- paper, and upon the doors of churches and chapels, is directed to take the votes of the burgesses ol the borough for or against the application to such j borough. Only burgesses on the muster-roll are I entitled to vote, and a majority of two-thirds is necessary to its adoption. The Act gives power [ tó the municipal authorities to levy a rate of not more than one halfpenny in tho pou...

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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 23 January 1851

NEWCASTLE SHIPPING,- ; 1 ? The Waldemar, barque, had Bailed , for" San Francisco. The Cadet, barque^ M^árlané, was getting under weigh for the same place. The Coquette, schooner, and George Hume, barque, were ready for the shoot. The ," Java,, ..French ship, ready to proceed to sea for.'San Francisco; The Ann, ship, Gilbert, in port., " Countess ^jito; barque, Allen, gettiug ballast out. , The! Bail j dolph, schooner, under the shoot. V; j

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English Extracts. THE DUTCHER HAYNAU. (From the Weekly Despatch. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 23 January 1851

Enfflish Extraots. THE DUTCH ER HAYNAU. (Fzom the Weekly Despatch. TUE Times and Chronicle may deploro tho lato attack tipoti General Haynau, ana throw insult upon Bardav and rerkins's draymen for their nollie conduct on tho late visit of tho " butcher" to their employers'-establishment ; bnt neither the leaders they uiny write upon tho subject, ;nor the Jenter* they may insert from « Old {Officers" »nd »barn Chartists" will succeed ia creating an impression in favour of the object of their deep solicitude, Tho whole country partakes of the feelings of the brave men who so courageously : levelled the shafts of their indignation against a blood-stained wretch ; and noble would he the re- sponse were it appealed to on behalf of every one man who might be dismissed from his employment for having taken part in the attack. But there is no fear that the firm will do anything of the kind. We suspeot'that, though they regret the affair occurred on their own premises, they_ are delighted at ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 23 January 1851

gHiFrnra urrExuoEiroE. DEPARTURE, January {^-Commodore, ship, 489 toni, Cap- tain Broadfoot, for London, Passenger-JuV, Walter Beames, ' :

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