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Country News. HARTLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 15 August 1850

©0!llttr3- NrUls. HARTjEY. . {From our own Correspondent.*)' James Stuart Walker, driver of the Mud gee mail, has been fully committed, on the 5th inst., by the police magistrate, to take his trial for mail robbery. From the bundle of opened and intercepted letters found on his perbon, he must have been- for some time past carrying on his dishonest course. Betection, in the case for which he is committed, is attributable to Mr. M. J. Finn, of tbe Hartley Post-office. ' Great credit is also due to Mr. , .Greaves, the chief constable, for securing1 Walker so promptly. He pursued the prisoner over 30 miles, and bad him arrested the same day, in a few hours after the offence was committed. A melancholy case of death from intoxication occurred here about three weeks ago. The deceased was a poor woman about 80 years of age, and was found dead on a ridge with a bottle of rum along side her. The Sydney and Parramatta mails due here on the 10th have not yet come to hand, nor have any for the...

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IRELAND. UNION OF PARTIES IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 15 August 1850

IRELAND. UNION OF PARTIES .IN IRELAND. Mr. Shea Lalor, an influential member of the Alliance, lias addressed a letter to the Rev. Mr. Corkran, of which '*'' we give a few extracts :— ' I would not discourage you in your good work by stating to you how little I expect from any effort in Ireland founded on common sense or prudence, apart from party or personal influences. Co ercion, and the strong hand of a master, appear indispen sable to the due and proper management of such a people. They must' be commanded, not asked. The very fact of consulting them would endanger, with them, the character and authority of him who might so consult them. Decide for them,. or they will never be brought to decide with you, and then appeal to them if you will to confirm your decision. What think you of an effort to quiet and subdue the passions, prejudices, and personal rancours of such a people by arbitration. You set such an admirable example of historic illustration yourself, that I am almost temp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 15 August 1850

&EORGE CHISHOLM, 258, PITT-STREET!, HAS to inform his friends and tfoe public generally that he has now for 'their inspection ^tbe. most choice lot of new goods, consisting of SILKS, SHAWLS, &C., that has hitherto been offered by any house in the trade. THE SILKS CONSIST 01? — Brocades, glace's, Pebin stripes, satinets, &c, and from their gen&- ral character and lowness of price, will be found we'll worthy of inspection. ?THE SHAWL DEPARTMENT Stands unrivalled, having just purchased a case of these be&utiful French goods so much in demand, in addition to a large stock of Paisley squares and scarfs. The stock of PRINTS AND GENERAL DRAPERY A ?is now complete, having opened several cases of those oelebrated makers, Liddiardand Hoyle's, best goods, whose style of pattern and richness of colour have stood the highest in the trade. DELAINES AND CACHMERES. This branch of the stock comprises many decidedly new designs, and from the immense stock and v...

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PASTORAL OF THE ARCHBISHOP OF CASHEL ON THE GODLESS COLLEGES. TO THE CATHOLIC CLERGY AND PEOPLE OF CASHEL AND EMLY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 15 August 1850

PASTORAL OF THE ARCHBISHOP OF CASHEL ON THE GODLESS COLLEGES. TO THE CATHOLIC CLERGY AND PEOPLE 01? CASHEL AND EMLY.. Dearly-beloved Brethren, — In the course of last year we directed that the Rescripts which had been received from the Holy See regarding the Government Colleges should be read from every Altar in these dioceses, thereby declaring our acceptance of those Rescripts, and our unreserved submission to the authority from which they emanated, and proposing them as a rule of conduct to guide the flock, committed to our pastoral care. Having thus far discharged our duty to the Apostolic See, and to you, we deem it unnecessary now to publish those documents a second time, or to enter into any ar gument on those colleges, that being a question already decided by the Holy See. We will merely remind you that, in the first Rescript, the Sacred Congregation de clares that, having considered the matter maturely, and in all its bearings,, it dreads that direct dangers to the Catholic...

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THE "NATION" ON INFIDEL POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 15 August 1850

THE 'NATION' ON INFIDEL POLITICS. We are very glad to find, in last week's Nation a very spirited and well-timed repudiation ofthe infidel sugges tions of a quandum supporter :. We give a few ex tracts ; — ' The account of Garibaldi's career, in the Nation, was founded on facts furnished by gentlemen who were his contemporaries in South America, and witnesses of the events described. They had not the slightest desire to prejudice him ; and; in fact,, the account does complete justice to the sort of picturesque, melo-dramatic courage you lay claim for him. He is a. cross between a Bucca . neer and a hero — such a partisan as any people in arms would welcome and make much, of, but no more like a new Rienzf- no more akin to the spiritual and' aspiring nature of Meagher and Fitzgerald, than 'Will Watch, he bold smuggler,' to Christopher Columbus. You surmise, indeed, that the facts are mis-stated ; but what of that?' Beyond surmise of the vaguest kind, you con fessedly know nothing of t...

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Domestic Intelligence. DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 15 August 1850

©emmic 3mteUtgeiuc. DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. THURSDAY. Before W. H. E-fRR, Esq., Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. In the estate of John Grahame and Co., a special meeting1 was held for proof of the following elaim : Andrew Drummond and Co., pf Glasgow, £86 5a. lOd. In the estate of James Williams, an adjourned certificate meeting, two claims were proved : Samuel Ayres, £2 ; and William Brown* jG415s. 6*1. ; after which the insolvent was examined, and the meet ing terminated. . . In the estate of Nicholas Caviflon.an adjourned certificate raeet ' ing was held, and the application was granted. . FRIDAY. In the estate of William Newlanda, a special meeting was held, at ?which the following claim waa proved : -Alexander Johnston, £377 2s. 6d. ; after which the meeting considered and agreed upon accepting the offer of composition — namely, 2s. .Gd. in the pound cash, and 2s. 8d. at six months— made by the insolvent on the 7th June last. MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. This Day. — ...

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Legislative Council. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 15 August 1850

3U0t0latifce (JTouuaL Mr. Martin's enquiry as to the negotiation between the Government and Archbishop Polding, with reference to the Liverpool Hospital, was answered by the Colonial Secretary, who stated the object of the Archbishop's petition — the putting of the Roman Catholic community on a par with the Church of England and the Presby terians in respect to Government grants— and said that on the 19fch of March last, the Executive Council decided that his Grace's proposal could not be entertained, as the value of the building would have to be paid over to i the British Treasury. Notices of motion were given by ! Mr. Nichols respecting the lands called Glebe Island ; j also for leave to bring in a Bill to adopt and apply ! ?certain .A-cts of Parliament for the prevention of Dog ! Stealing; for preventing Malicious Injury to person and property, by- Fire or Explosive substances; also for ex- ' ; tending the legal provisions against threatening letters ; ; also to amend: the laws r...

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LEGISLATIVE PRACTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 15 August 1850

LEGISLATIVE PRACTICE, When we have' a new Legislature the members of that Legislature will have to make a new- code of standing orders for the conduct of ' their' business. In so doing we trust that they will not fall into the error, — as the present Council has done, — of leaving:all the most im portant of their functions to be guided by a mere re ference to Parliamentary usage ; but will make distinct rules for distinct cases. Until the dissolution of the first representative Legif «,r lature the standing orders were explicit enough. When the present Council assembled, however, they were greatly changed. A whole body of rules for the conduct of business was dispensed with, and in their stead was substituted a general enactment that in these cases re course should be had to the usage and., .practice of Pai- liamerit- This, at first sight, appeared an improvement, but it has not been so in reality. It has been attended ?with two great inconveniences. In the first place, whenever a q...

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THE VOTE ON EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 15 August 1850

THE VOTE ON EDUCATION. We expressed in our last number the indignation with which we were certain our readers would receive the in telligence of the rejection of the just demands of the Catholic community for a fair proportion of the sum voted for public Education; Intelligence has reached us from various quarters conveying to us the feelings-of astonishment and dissatisfaction- with which this un welcome piece of news has been received. In several localities schools- have- been established during the present year, and preparations were being made for the commencement of others, under the conviction, that as the government had this year acknowledged the justice of our demands for an additional sum for the purposes of Education, no doubt could be entertained that those members of the Legislative Council who, in the last session, supported- the prayer of the petitions from all parts of the colony, bearing upwards of 5000 signatures,, would concur with the Government in voting the ad d...

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GREAT PUBLIC MEETING. THE GOVERNOR'S DESPATCH ON THE MEETING OE JUNE, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 15 August 1850

GREAT PUBLIC MEALING. THE GOVERNOR'S DESPATCH ON THE MEETING OF JUNE, 1819 FbuR Thousand persons at least, it is computed, were present at this Meeting, the result of a universal-sense of indignation, which had been excited by the publication of Sir Charles Fitzroy's despatch, relative to the Ant^Transportalion Meeting of Juno, 1849; : Mr. R. Campbell, took the Chair, and, after the reading of the despatch,, addressed the meeting- He believed that this meeting would show, that when Robert Campbell presided, order, honour, and loyalty would prevail. They were met to investigate again the infernal question of transportation. He came forward with pain and reluctance, to repel tne iaiseuooos wnicn nau Deen contained in th- (Governor's despatch, but he felt that the moment was arrived, when the question of transportation must be settled for ever. It must be settled to-day, for it were useless to think that the colony could be prosperous, could be united, could be peaceful, if this ques t...

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THE DESPATCH ON TRANSPORTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 15 August 1850

THE DESPATCH ON- TRANSPORTATION-.. On reading this extraordinary production we at once ex^ claimed, how unfortunate' it is for Rulers and Governors to be obliged to hear and see thro' the ' eyes' and ' ears' of others ! We felt satisfied that Sir Charles Fitz Roy indited this unfortunate document on the strength of information received by him from some of the toadies and sycophants who delight to hang about Government House, for it cannot for a moment be believed that the prudent, cautious, and well-informed gentlemen who are the official advisers- of H is Excellency,. and who must be fully aware of all the facts connected with the Great Protest Meeting., and with the generaj. feelings entertained throughout the Colony on the sub ject,, could in any way give their sanction- to the un... founded statements contained in that Despatch. However good sometimes comes out of evil, and the renewed opposition and excitement called forth by the publication of the Despatch, against the renewal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 15 August 1850

??'?' TO SUBSCRIBERS. Mr. John D ere pas is authorised to collect sub scriptions for 'The Freeman '8 Journal' in Syd ney and its vicinity, and to give Receipts, signed by J. Moore, the Publisher, for all monies paid to him.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editors of the Freemaa's Journal,). [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 15 August 1850

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.. ( To the Editors of the freeman's Journal, J, j Gentlemen,— May I request a space in your Journal for the following observations? Dr. Lang in his speech in the Legislative Council Chamber on last Tuesday night, affirmed it to be a prin ciple of the Jesuits—' That evil may beNlone to the end, that. good may result.'^ Now, I, must positively assert that no Jesuit, nor any other Catholic, ever held that principle, which is evidently opposed to right reason and revelation. Dr. Lang, doubtless, is too just to be guilty of the injustice of calumniating the Jesuits. He of course j Knows the works and paragraphs in the works of Jesuits incul- j eating the principle ascribed by him to them, and will by publishing ! those paragraphs, prove to the public that he has not been unjust at all events in reference to the Jesuits. St. Paul, Epistle to the Romans, iii. 8-, states that the first- Chris--- tianswere accused of holding this principle, and adds that the dam tion ...

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR AUGUST, 1850. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 15 August 1850

CATHOLIC: DIRECTORY FOR AUGUST, -I860. 15 Th - Assumption of B. V. M., d. first class. 16 -F S. Hyacinth, conf. d, 17 ; Sat Octave of S. Lawrence, d.. 18- S XIII. after Peutecoss— 3rd of August, St. Joaehim, d. 19; M Of Octave of Assumption. 20 Tv, ? S.Bernard, Abbott and Doc, d, 21 W | S. Jane Frances, Chantal, d. 22 Th j Octave of Assumption, d. . ' - 23 jP ? S. Philip Benitius, conf. d.. 24 Sat j;S. Bartholomew, ap d. 25 S' XIV. after Pentecost, 4th of Aug.,9; Lewis, d., O.S.B., Sunday. 26 M S. Zephyrine, p. and m., simps, O. S. B., S; Mary Magdalene of Pazzi (from 30th of May.) 27 | Til | S. Joseph Calaaanctiua, conf. d. 28 | W i S. Augustine, bp. and Doc. d. 29 Th Decollation of S. John Baptist, d. 30 F S.- Rose of Lima, v. d. . 31 Sat S. Raymond, conf. d. THE THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1850. ' In Necessariis Unitas, in Dubiis Libertas, in Omnibus CJiaritas.'

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 15 August 1850

TO CORRESPONDENTS. We beg toassnreour correspondent, a ' Leinster Man,' that we concur in the general sentiments expressed in his letter, and beg to inform, him that hi* suggestion hadbeen already acted upon in Sydney, and a liberal subscription made (towards which we gave our mite); which the gentlemen alluded to positiv-ely declined to receive in the way intended by the subscribers. A portion of this amount remains still unappropriated. All letters and communications to the Editoraand the Publisher must be prepaid.. . . ' It is necessary that the writers of all communications should furnish- the Editors with their real names and address. Although this information is not required for publication, it is requisite as a guarantee of their being genuine.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 15 August 1850

BIRTH. At her residence, No. 261, George-street South, on the 6th inst., Mrs. Aloes Hock, of a daughter. DIED. At Broulee, the residence of his father, on Saturday, the 3rd inst., Mr. Walter Coman, late of Sydney.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editors of Hie Freeman's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 22 August 1850

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) Gentlemen, — Allow me, through the medium of your Journal, to inform not only the Catholics, but every right-minded man in the colony, of the way in which Dr. Nicholson has broken his solemn promise made to us on the day of his nomination at the Police-office, Goulburn. On that day he promptly and explicitly promised to give an equal share of public money for educational purposes, according to the numerical strength of the parties. How far he has kept his promise I leave you to say. But let me tell the Doctor that we of Goulburn utterly despise him since we have dis covered that he has so little regard for his word. Of this he shall have sufficient evidence on a future day. I remain, Your obedient servant, AN ELECTOR. Goulbourn, August 17th, 18oO.

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Colonial News. MORETON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 22 August 1850

'fcolottial N*fo0. BIORETON BAY. {From our Correspondent.) ' As you wish to hear occasionally how the North goes on, t now give you the few scraps of information at all in tpresting here at present. I must say, that very lately a great change has taken place in the political aspect of the Northern Dis ' tricts. Evidently the spirit of this age has descended upon us, and has inspired us with some political activity. Separation, in one shape or another, is the order of the day here. Some are in favor of a total separation from Sydney, and the speedy formation of these districts into a distinct colony ; whilst others argue for a financial separation only at present. Amidst such a stirring state of things, it is only quite natural to expect, that our present representative for Stanley, though evidently a very distinguished soldier, could not satisfy. A requisition, respectfully inviting him to resign his seat in the Legislative Council, and thus make way for one or more better fitted to...

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THE EXPLOSION OF THE NATIVE'S BOILER. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 22 August 1850

THE EXPLOSION OF THE NATIVE'S BOILEE. The Jury in this case met again on the occasion of Brown's death. It came out in evidence the deceased, Brown, considered the engineer Hefernan to have been drunk, but it was considered not to be of much importance, as the evidence of engfueers went to show that the boiler had not been properly constructed. The following is the Report of Messrs. Russell and Dawson :— 11 According to directions given unto us by J. R. Btenan, Esq., Coroner of the city of Sydney, we have examined the boiler of the steamer Native, and have come to the conclusion that thn pvnlneinn was caused by, or may be attributed to, the bad quality of the mar terial employed, the deficiency of workmanship, and the total neglect of stays. ' The dimensions of boiler are nearly as follows: length of boiler 15 feet, diameter of fore end 4 feet 6 inches, diameter of after end 4 feet 3 inches. ?' The appearance of the boiler on inspection by us, was as fol lows : — 11 The first two pl...

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Domestic Intelligence. DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. THURSDAY. Before W. H. KERR, Esq., Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 22 August 1850

Bommit Intelligence* DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. THURSDAY. Before W. H. K&aa, Esq., Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. THURSDAY. In the estate of William jAbercrombie and Co., a special meet ing was held, at which directions were given the assignee touching the affairs of the estate. FRIDAY. In the estate of Patrick M'Keown, a first meeting was held,. One claim was proved— John Smith, £90 Is. 4d. TUESDAY. In tjie estate of Patrick M'Keown, a second meeting. The fol lowing claims were proved : — F. W. Jaques, £86 17s. , secured to nearly the full amount ; Wa ter Bourke, £33 19s. 8d. ; and James Egan,£79 19s. 3d. In the estate of Thomas Hovenden, a special meetinff. Two wi*nosses were examined, and the meeting adjourned. MEETINGS OE-. CREDITORS. This Day.— Patrick Hayes, a third meeting at halfrpast 10. Francis Graham, a single meeting, at half-past 11. Thursday 29.— William Branch, Charles Waldron, and William Hipkins, certificate meetings, at noon. Friday 30.— Wil...

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