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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 24 January 1851

..? 5. . EXPORTS. . ;' January 23.-Dart, brig, 154 tons, Captain Collins,! .for- Melbourne':-3 bales woolpacks* 5 chests tea, 3 packages sundries, W. C.. Went- worth; 1000 spades,. William. Wells; Incases wine and.syrup,. R.'C. Gordon ; 3 cases drapery,. Abram Brierley¡12 cases Madeira wine, E.W. Layton and Co. y.% cases sundries, D. Davis ; 100 sacks muzo,,. 1 ¡cask, : -J. -B." and Were; lease, B. Towns ; 20 hogsheads ale, Lyall, Scott, and Co.; 15 packages hops, George Rees ; 6 packages sundries,, Ray, Glaister, and Co.; 101 staves,. John Marsh ; Í hogshead 12 cases glass, 7 pack- ages sundries,-, Charles., Chapman ; 1 parcel lea- ther, Thomas; Holme ; i case stationery. Jeremiah Mooro ;. 7 ; cases gambinner, 7 cases 1 cask' fruit, Robert, Cullen yt case, 1 ."cari, Ï0 weights Pelan - cino, 1 chest ar'aiys, .John Hill ; 1 package sta- tionery, J. Sands ; 4 packages, Robert Pilkington ; 1 package, Union-Bank pf Australia; 40 tons coals, 5000 spokes, 20,000 feet cedar. Sheppard and A...

Publication Title: Empire
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CITY COUNCIL. Thursday,January 24. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 24 January 1851

, Tkurtday, January 2$ TÇpB Council met exactly »t three o'clock, Mp a^ehdfmce both of visitors awl members W»B very large j)\iL consequence no doubt of (be content pjiated renewal of the discussion on the mayoralty ?< oy the motion of Councillor Simmons, : Mr. Josephson remarked that he bad offered a Srötest at the last meeting of the Council which e found had not been recorded on the minutes of the {Council, aa he wished to know what authority the Mayor had for so omitting itT he'would move the question as a point of order.. , He conceived that ©very motion, whether protest or otherwise, Ought to be recorded. Mayor-There is no authority for entering, protests emanating fsom any one member. . Councillor Josephson contended that if there was no legal authority for such a proceeding., they hod, numerous precedents. it was the praotice of the House of Commons to enter every protest, and he Bought nothing moro iii this instance. . Alderman Allen sympathised with Councillor J...

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COASTERS INWARDS— [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 24 January 1851

COASTERS INWARDS. - January. 23..-Eagle, 26, MitbheïljAfrbni;;Nd\y-I castle,; with ÍO0O bushels^ wheat,'oiÖ0 bushels j maize, 3 tons potatoes j ; Scout, - 23,-Eówther,, from Newcastle, j witlv30O bÙBhels"'maizej'!750 -.-bushels M-heat, ", ijs. ¡ torts . potatoes, ; x.Currenoy Boy, 41, K'N^|l^|r)>m;-]^ewmtíe,'-witn Î62 ,töns|cbals Ann, I O, Anderson, .from Pitt .Water,.! with.250 bushels shells ;\Glenduart,. 40, ; James, froni the M'Leay River, witli 73 tierces beef, 33 .casks pork, 520 bushels ;maiae, 1000 staves, 70 hides, 3 bundles sheepskins, 7 casks tallow, 70 bushels wheat ; Highlander, 27, Roberts,, from Port Macquarie, with 1,0,000 feet cedar, 3 pipes wine,- 3 boxes cheese, 250 bushels cont : Hawkesbury Lass, 14, Davis, from the Hawkesbury River, with 400 bushels shells ; Australia, 45, Williams, from . Newcastle, with 70 tons coals ; Beeppo, 24, Dones, from Newcastle, with 350 bushels wheat, 700 bushels maize, 157 bushels English barley.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 24 January 1851

INSOLVENT COURT.-THURSDAY, 23RD JAN. John Rafter, a 'third meeting; sundry- claims proved. An ofl'er ot' composition was made of 6s. 8d. in the pound, at 3 and 6 months-ac- cepted. John G. Hand ; a second meeting ; six claims proved, amounting to £153 13a. 2d. ' ." . Richard. Cullen, and Mary Ann Byan, certifi- cates granted.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 24 January 1851

For Adelaide Dlreot. 'To follow tW Wiid Irish Girl, , PHE FAVORITE PACKET BRIG LOUISA, _182 ; ^ toni, ^ W.". Heslop, Com- mander. This fine vessel, for many years known in the colonial trade as-a favourite packet, is hourly ex- pected, and will have despatch: Freight and pas- sengers ' will be taken by' her as low as by any vessel to Adelaide. JOHN MACNAMARA, 123 (¿ueen-street. X*or Port Cooper, the Wow Canterbury Settle- ment. HE fine first-class Ship BAL ACIA, 844 tons register, Captain Brown. The undersigned haying chartered this' vessel,. and will proceed in lier himself, presents an eligible opportunity to chippers of horses j a limited quantity offreight will be taken, ; _ CHARLES SIDEY, At.Buyers an&Lochhead's - . * ' v Harrington-street. Mr. SIDET intends to ' commence business as General Commission Agent at Port Cooper, and will be happy to receive goods and stock on con sMirnment. ?<. ' i . ? : '126 1 T T: Flrat Vessel for Melbourne Dlreot. H E PASSE NG....

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 24 January 1851

DEPARTURE. January 23.-Iris,'cutter, 75 tons, Captain J. T. Peacock,"t'or the South Sea Islands: January 23.--Caroline Agnes, ship, 571 tons, Captain Alexander, for Java, in ballast. ^ January 231-Cumberland, schooner, 58 tons, Captain Wyborn, for Moreton Bay. Passengers Mr. and Mrs. James, and three children, and William Taylor. .'January 23.-Mary Jane, schooner, 32 ions, Captain David Gourlay, for Moreton Bay. Pas- sengers-Mr. Meinj Mr. and Mrs. Wilkinson, Mr.' M'Grath,,Mr. and Mrs. Tompkins, Mr. Dono-] van. "I . >

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EMPIR(E)ICISMS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 24 January 1851

I E»0»IR(E)IOTSMS. JdÏEW, YJBWS OF NEW SOUTH WAUS.-Ono of our contem- porary's latest " Contributions from Homo," described tho eagerness with which tho working classes in London are rushing to see Prout'B Panorama of Australia, und the general satisfaction the exhibition gives them. Wo think that tho exhibition might bo made a more faith- ful-and therefore moro attractive picture of the colony, by tho addition of a few such scones as tho following : 1. View of George-street, 8ydney. after a week's heavy rain, showing passengers wading knee-deep through the unscavengered mud. 3. View'of Brougham Placo, The Bocks, and similar lo ' calitics, with tho picturesque puddles and dirt-heaps faithfully delineated.' 3. View of Sydney from the Surry Hills, with a strong southerly brickflclder blowing. 4. View of a vessel from California unloading at the Circular Quay, with a yellow flag stamped " CHOLERA" flying at the mainmast. 5. View of- a transport Convoy, landing two thousand » convicts, ...

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Agents for the Empire. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 24 January 1851

Agents for the Empire. SYDNEY AND THE SUBURBS-Mr. John Alexander, Botañy-street, Redfern ; Mr. Edward, Knight, Painter, Oeorge-street South, near the Hay Market; Mr. Samuel, Weldon, corner of Bur- dekin's Terrace and South Head Road. BATHURST.-Mr: Charles James, bookseller, WU liam-<street; and Mrv J. R. Jones, George street. DUNGOG.-Mr. Thomas Hanna, Postmaster. DAPTO.-Mr. John M'Rae, storekeeper. .GUNDAGAI.-Mr. II. M. Turnbull, ditto. MURRURUNDI.-Mri-A. Brodie, Postmaster. PORT FAIRY.-Mr. Edmund Gleeson, storekeeper. PARRAMATTA.-Mr. Hugh Taylor. GRAFTON, CLARENCE RIVER.-Mr. William. Pal , mer, Grafton Hotel. WINDSOR.-Mr. Robert Stewart, Watchmaker, ', George-street. . MORETON BAY.-Mr. William Smith, .North Brisbane. ? . .- . .-.}.,... GOULBURN.-Mr. David Dßvis, Ol$-G.ommercial\ . Store, Sloane-strcet. GUNDEROO;- Mr. Edgar, Postmaster. . *¿»' Agents will be appointed in all other parts, pf the Colony,'as'soon as practicable. .

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 25 January 1851

PORT PHILLIP. THE CONPEHENGB.-The nrrivnl of the Delegnt.es from Hobart Town null Launceston to nttewl the'meeting, pf the Anti-Tinnspor tntion Conference ia expected to tnke pince to-dnv, ns the steamer Shamrock is now due on ber return voyage from Launceston, It ha« been arranged, that OH the hoisting of the signal announcing tbe steamer's arriva)» the members of the General Committee of the Association are to assemble at tbe Me- chanic's Institution, and preceed thence to the Queen's Wharf, to meet the Delegates on their arrival, and present them with an ' address of welcome! On the day succeeding the arrival of the steamer, a meeting with the Delegates will be held for the purpose of arranging the course to be taken at the Con I ferehce, which it is proposed shall bold its meetings in public. A farewell dinner is also to be given to the Delegates before .their 'return tö Van Die men's Land.--Pori Phillip ! Gazette. Jan. 16. I DREADFUL OCCURRENCE.-Intelligence ' reached Melbourne...

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COMMERCIAL NEWS. Mort and Brown's Produce Sale, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 25 January 1851

COMMERCIAL NEWS. Mort and Brown's Produce Sale, January 23, ! Lot 1, TB, 36 bales, ls. If; lot 2, SP. W 1 bales, ls. IR ; lut 4, S, 18 bales, ls. IR ; . Grease, lot 5. JS, 6 bales, CR ; lot 7, TxC, ll bale?, 6R Î lot 8, JU, 12 bnles, le. IR; lot 9, B in diamond, ll bules, ls. 2R ; Jos 10, BU, 4 bales, ls. IR ; lot ll, FM, IO bales, ls. lfd. ; lot 12, F, 3 bales, ls. OR i lot 13, 0, 1 bale, 10R : lot 14, RD, 7 bales, HR : lot 15, DD, 3 bales, la. OR ; . lot 17, JIL, 10 bales, ls. 2R lot 18, M, Ü bales, ls. Oifd. ; lot 19, MR con jon ed, 8 bales, ls. IR i lot 20, M, 8 bales, ls. IR ; lot21,JM, 9 bnles, ls. IR j lot 22, RB over M, 51 bnles, ls. OR ; grease, lot 24, DD, 1 bale, 7. R ; lot, 25, GES, 40 bales, ls. 2d. ; sldn lot, 26, C, 2 bales', lsfl ; lot 27, DR in squnre, 28 bales, ls. IR. ; clippings, lot 28, GES, 2 bales, 8R j clippings, lot 2.9, B, 1 bale, 3d. ; spout washed j lot 33, KEENE, 102 bales, ls. 3R; grease, lot 31, VW, 2 bales, 10R j broken lot, 32, A over C, 2 bales, 9d....

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SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. (Compiled from the Custom House Records for this Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 25 January 1851

SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. (Compiled from the Custom'Boitse Records for this '1 Journal.) Kuni.W.LB.P. « E.I, & Mau ? ritiusB.P. " For. States! Arrack, Dato, & Palni-treeltnm and other 1\S, not cnumerat, Brandy..., Geneva Whisky.... Liqueurs... British Spirits Total.. Tobac, Figs, &¡ Cavendish " Leaf.. Cigars..... Snuffs .... Total .8 J S .1-3 00 ^4 __ ri galls. 83904 22405 11367 3735, 1014021 63899 14366 207 55601 306845 lbs; 72942 1135 21782 1748 97607 M-3 galls. 4037 1490] 3997 9524 lbs 25378 PW jails 2607 ' 928 1940 1233 132 'alls. 10 30 743 512 88 " 73 6928 lbs. 1085f 25378 48< 11345 lbs. 7232 691 7923 1420 308021

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SHIPS' MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 25 January 1851

snips' MAILS; London;-William!-abd' Mary,- thia evenmg at' »ix o'clook.'1 Manila'.-^Patagonia;; thia evening at six o'clock.'

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 25 January 1851

COASTERS INWARDS. January: 24;~S*istér^ 44; Hescbtt, from New- castle, wich.58 tons coals ; William the Fourth}., steamer,1 Süllivnh, from Wollongong, with, 4S01 hags wheat, 150 bdgs potatoes,' 160 kegs butter,1 110 pigs, 26 calves,'? casks'ale, 2 tons bark and sundriës ; Rose of Eden, 50, Barnett, from the M'Loay River, with 1700 bushels maize, 1800 staves, 1 cask tallow;' 2 'casks-pork;' 50 hides; Tamar steamer, lSO/Paine,:* from Morpeth,/ with 62-bales wool¿ 10;trusses hay,' 60 bags maize, 36 bags barley, ll bags wheat, 80 bags flour, .34 bags potatoes, 24 bags onions,.-and 35 pigs ; llose, steamer, 17-2, Harding,, from Morpeth, with 125 bales wool¿ 21 bags maize, 64 bags wheat, 10 bags harley, 76 bags potatoes, 151 hides, 71 bags oiiins, 25 bags flour and sundries.

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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 25 January 1851

NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. ¡ Rodolph, schooner, for Panania. Java, French ship : British barque Timandra, both for California, 'all full ships, and! ready for sea. Countess of 'Minto, under the Bhoot, and the George Hume, next turn, ... ,.

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 25 January 1851

COASTERS OUTWARDS* . January'24.-Maria Prudence, 27, Louder, for Kiama, with sundries;. Orcadian, 14, .Laughton, fur the Hawkesbury Uiver, with sundries ; Dili- gence, 30, Kerr, for Shoalhaven, with sundries ; William the Fourth,, steamer, Sullivan, for Wol- longong, with sundries ; Sister, 44, Heseott, for Newcastle, in ballast; Ocean Queen,.40 Maga, for the Tweed River, with sundries ; Jeannie Deans, 32, Wilkins, for Ulladulla, with sundries.

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 25 January 1851

IMPORTS. January 24.-Tuscarora, IT. S. whaling ship, 370 tons, Captain Leek, with 1850 barrels, or bobead, or polar."whale oil, and 250* barrels black oil;

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 25 January 1851

There was no business of interest at the Tolico Oilice yesterday.. Ourmechanical arrangements have not enabled . us to make tho EMPIRE of this day's dnte, a double paper ; but it will appear as such regularly on future Saturday's.

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 25 January 1851

EXPORTS. January 24.-Patagonia, brig, 323 tons, Cap- tain Si ins, for Manila: 312 tons pf coals, Henry Moore ; 1 cask tongues, Smith Brothers and Co. January 24.-Miranda, schooner, 127 tons, Captain Gr. V. Bentley, for Port Albert: 18 chests, 29 half chests tea, 4 tons sugar, 1 box rico, 3 cases Geneva, 1 caso wine, 2 paokages to- bacco, niul sundries. . January 24.-William brig, 121' tons, Captain Coffee, for Launceston : 50 logs cedar, 55 tons coals, 17 bundles bags, 1 crate cheese, G7 bags maize, Henry Fisher ; 3 hogsheads loaf sugar, 5 cuses confectionary, H. H. Beauchamp ; 27 chests, 26 half-chests hysonskin tea, 7 cases cigars, G. E. B,. Lingard ; 10 boxes, 10 half boxes soap, Hogan and Carraher; 1 box apparel, Allen; 2 oases drapery, Lark and Bennett ; 14 logs cedar, 1 bale returned bags, J. W. Gosling; 4 cases arrowroot, George Small; 1 cask oilmen's stores, T.-Whito! and 3 cases copper pipes, Darvall, Costello, and Co. January 24.-Emma, brig, 121 tons, Captain H. T. Fox, fo...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 25 January 1851

SHXPPPra IMTELLIOEMOE. A'lÖUVAT*, January 24,^-Tuscàrpra,. American Whiling' ship, 379 tons,' Captain Leek; from the» North' Artic Whaling Grounds. . .'. Jannary 24.-Martha, American ship. 538jtoñs¿-> Captain Townes, from Newoastlë, with- 664HonsA coals, en route for San'Fràncisco.

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 25 January 1851

PROJECTED DEPARTURES. San Francisco.-Cameo, this day. London,--General Hewitt," this day;" Port Albert.-Miranda/this day." Launceston.-William, this d»y. Melbourne.-Diana, this day. Auckland.-Emma,-this day.

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