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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 29 August 1850

The Members of the Order of the Society of Jesus have been publicly and officially recalled to the Austrian dominions. , BETTER LATE THAN NEVER. JAMES BRADY, has to apologize to his friends for that, (through the pressure of business;) he ha.s been unable to publisa a list of the NEW AND FASHIONABLE GOODS recently received. However, he would now earnestly request an early call, if they wish to judge for themselves, and select ' BARGAINS ? from a superb stock of the CHOICEST DRAPERY, at the lowest POSSIBLE PRICES. The usual extensive stock of SLOPS, &c, &c,, at JAMES BRADY'S, Bee-Hive, Pitt-street.' r ST. MARY'S SEMINARY. CATHOLIC PARENTS may obtain for their Children a Sound English Education, including History, Geography, Writing, Arithmetic, Book-keeping, Mathematics, and French, if required, for the sum of ONE GUINEA per Quarter. Pupils may en cer at any time during the Quarter, and will .be required to pay only from the date of their entrance. ~ ACCOUNT BOOKS. JU...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 29 August 1850

SYDNEY MARKETS. Poultry.— Fowls, from Is. &d. to 2s. per couple ; ducks, 2s. 9d. to 3s. ; geese, 5s. to 6s. Od. ; pigeons, 9d. ; turkeys, Ss. to 7s. 6d. ; wild ducks 2s. 6d. ; roasting pigs. la.*9d. to 2s. each. Dairy Produce.— Salt butter, 8d. to lOd. per lb., inferior, '6d. ? cheese, 4d. to 4jd. ; bacon, 4d. to 4|d. ; lard, 4d. ; eggs, 8d. to 9d. per dozen. Vegetables —Cabbages, 6d. to Is. 3d. per dozen ; cauliflowers. Is. ; lettuces, 6d. ; turnips, 6d. to 8d. j parsley, 2d. per bunch ; celery, 2s. per dozen.; leeks, Is. per dozen; parsnips, Is. per dozen ; carrots, Is. to Is. 6d. ; pumpkins, 3s. 6d. per dozen. Fruit.— Oranges, 2fl. to 6'd. per dozen. Lemons. — Lisbon, lid to 3d. ; loquats, 3s. to 3a. 6d. per basket ; bananas, Is. per dozen. Wheat from 4s. Od. to 4s. 6d. ; Oats, 3s. ; Barley, 2s. 9d. to 3s. 3d. ; Maize, 3s. 6d. to 4s. ; Bran, 8d. to 9d. per bushel. Potatoes, Colonial, Zi to bl per ton. Hay U 10s. to '51 15s. per ton. Straw 2/ 5s. to 21 10s. per ton. Green ...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 29 August 1850

IMPOUNDING S. Gundagai.— From Gundagai, August 17: Red cow and calf, . CC off rump. Yellow ox, CT over H off' rump. Red cow and calf, no visible brand. Yellow steer, unbranded. Red stag, un bonded. Red cow and calf, apparently 10 rump, ear mark offside. Yellow spotted cow and calf, Ox near and 2 off rump. Brindle cow and calf, MJS off rump. White spotted steer, appaiently j, or L off rump. Brown cow and calf, MG or C rump, illegible off hip. Red steer, ear mark, unbranded. Yellow cow and cah, ear mark, TS over 2 off rump. Red ox, WG over 2 off rump. Black, ox TP off ribs. Yellow ox, SC over 3 off rump. Brindle ox, ap. parently ES rump, 9 shoulder off side. Brown cow and calf, JTo£ L off rump.' Brown steer, .illegible brand off ribs. Yellow cow and calf. HT off rump and ribs. Red ox, BOYD ribs, JW over 1 1 ' off rump. Yellow cow and calf, MJ over 2 rump, 3 off ribs. Red heifer, JR off fibs. Yellow steer, no visible brand. Red steer, no visible brand. From Gunongugrawah : Strawberry. ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 29 August 1850

s?W-!HW0 finteUigettce* ARRIVALS. August 24. — William Alfred, schooner, 118 tons, Captain Tinley, from Newcastle. August 24. — Lillias, schooner, 89 tons, Captain Rae, from Port Fairy, 17 th inst. August 24. — Blenheim, ship, 689 tons, Captain Molison, from Hobart Town, 17th inst. August 26. — Shamrock, steamer, 200 tons. Captain Gilmnre, from Launceston the 15th, Melbourne the 23fd, and Twofold Bay the 25th inst. August 26. — Lord Stanley, barque, 769 tons. Captain James, from Plymouth the 4th May. Passengers — Dr. Kemble, and 309 emigrants. ? August 26. — Moselle, barque, 392 tons, Captain Thompson, from Port Phillin the 22nd inst. August 27.— Seringapatam, ship, 358 tons, Captain Lovell, from San Francisco, the 3rd July. August 27.— Coquette, schooner, 72 tons, Captain Johnson, from Tahiti, the 12th July, and Upolu, the 2nd August. DEPARTURES. August 23. — Hannah Spragfue, barque, 410 tons, Captain Lan sing, for San Francisco via Newcastle. August 23. — Helen Augusta, barque, 24...

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THE CATHOLIC ARTIST AND THE NEW HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 29 August 1850

THE CATHOLIC ARTIST AND THE NEW HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT. Our readers will be pleased to learn that Mr. Herbert's tfrescoe of' Lear'' — of which there was an oil painting in .the last exhibition of the Royal Academy — has procured for this distinguished artist a very large commission for frescoes in 4he new Palace at Westminster. Abandon ing their original project of entrusting each picture in a ,room to separate artists, the members of the Royal Com mission have decided, in one or two instances at least, r.nnn aiwincf all r.hi» frescoes of a room to the same artist. One of these instances is that of which we are now speak ing. The room in question is the Peer's Robing-room, which is also to serve as a Court of Justice,. It is, of .course, a room of large dimensions, and perfectly lighted, the spaces prepared for frescoes are on a level with the .eye, and large enough for the works of the highest class.; and is, in a word, every way suited for the exhibition of pictures. There are in it...

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PERIL OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 29 August 1850

PERIL OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. I'he following resolutions relating to the Gorhara ease were forwarded to the Times by the eminent subscribers. London, March 9. Quousque tandem ? ' Resolve.d, I. That whatever, at the present time be the force of the sentence delivered on appeal in the case of Gorham v. Bishop of Exeter, the Church of England will eventually be bound by the said sentence, unless it shall openly and expressly reject the erroneous doctrine sanctioned thereby. '2. That the remission of original sin to all infants in, and by the grace of, baptism is an essential part of the article ' One baptism for the remission of sin.' ' 3. That— to omit other questions raised by the said sentence— j such sentence while it does not deny the liberty of holding that article in the sense heretofore received, does equally sanction the assertion that original sin is a bar to the right reception of baptism, and is not remitted except when God bestows regeneration before hand, by an act of p...

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Ecclesiastical Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 29 August 1850

tStclMimtitnl %nuili#mc£. (From the. London Correspondent of the 'Tablet.') Protestant Sisters of Mercy. During three hundred years of tbe absence, the banishment of Catholic institutions, it was an easy matter to abuse them,, to persuade .the, people to revile and hate them. Nuns were especially marked out for ribald jest and ma lignant scandal ; even the virtue of chastity fell into scorn on their account. '♦ Nature and reason .condemns the life that Nuns must lead in Convents ;' and it became necessary for the success of the argument to demonstrate that such life could not be willingly em braced. .Every species.of violence, of parental tyranny, of Piiestly juggling, of con-ventionalhypoerisy, were represented as employed in every case, and all tbe arts they could suggest must be exhausted before a victim could be brought to yield herself to such a yoke ; and still more, it was necessary to show that she must repay herself for the sacrifice by a long course of malignity and cruelt...

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MORETON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 29 August 1850

MORETON BAY. i^From our Correspondent.) On Thursday, the 8th inst., the ship Emigrant, with immigrants arrived in the bay, from- Plymouth, after a passage of 112 days' Shortly after intelligence of her arrival had been received, the Custom's boat accompanied by Dr. Ballow, and carrying necessary refreshments, proceeded to -the ship, when it was discovered that the passengers suffered severely from typhus fever on the voyage ; J7 including one of the crew, having died, and one since her ar rival in the bay — and many cases on board— the vessel was there fore ordered into quarantine. The ship was beating up to her ap pointed anchorage when the Custom's boat left on Saturday evening. Necessary arrangements are being made to disembark the passen gers at an island in the bay set apart for the purpose, where, irom the known zeal and discernment of the authorities, we may conclude, everything will be done which the urgent circumstances of the case demand. v Brisbane, 12th August, 1850.

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SUMMARY OF GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 29 August 1850

SUMMARY OF GENERAL NEWS. Facts and Figurbs.— ' A banker' writing to the Edinburgh Courant, says— Allow me to Btate a tact which I have ascertained, and which, I think, is no insignificant sign of the times. The col lective amount at the credit of twelve farmers (taken without selec tion) was, in February 1847, £10,912 19s. 3d., and in February 1850, £39,07 17s. 5d. : decrease, £7035 Is. 10d., or nearly two thirds in the three years;! And it is admitted that the value of farm produce and other stock has fallen in a still greater ratio. Coal in California.— Mr. King says that the only ,coal. made use of in California is that sent from England and the United Qtn ♦ co n n si t n/t noivt n »--*1 I* in m «?* — __ ? X ? ? ; 1 1 i__ .T ? .? J.I ? ^. lOCA w*»^'f omu ii49 uwuiauui it Ja DUpuUocu Will DQ9 I VS. fellc year lOOxi 9 200,000 tons. Coal. is delivered from England at 25 dollars per ton. The coal at iVancouvre costs 12 dollars per ton to get out of the mines, owing to the expense of ...

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Colonial News. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 29 August 1850

Colonial Nc&tf. 1 MELBOURNE. The Bishop of Melbourne has received the following., letter from his Holiness the Pope : — ' To our Venerable Brother, James Alipius, Bishop of Melbourne. ' Pius P.P. IX. 'Venerable Brother.— Health, j^nd ApoMolic Benediction.— We have received an Address, dated August 12, 1849, in which you, Venerable Brother, together with the clergy and laity of your dio cese are pleased to give a remarkable testimony of the love and attachment by whiohyou and they are actuated towards us. ?? Although. you are far distant, you have nevertheless learned with grief and dismay Our departure from the seat of Government — 'a proceeding rendered necessary by the shocking impieties com mitted in the City of Rome, and witnessed by Us with feelings of extreme anguish. 'But God has mercifully vouchsafed to afford in Our troubles a Source of great consolation, inasmuch as the Faithful, quickened by His grace, have conveyed to Us in Our exile, the most gratifying assuranc...

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ROME. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 29 August 1850

HOME. , The reception of the Holy Father on his return to the Eternal Cjty was most gratifying and reverential. The following document was published on the occasion ; — NOTIFICATION. THE GOVERNMENT COMMISSION OF STATE. ?? The Divine Providence, alter h-ving re-established the power of the Holy See, through the medium of the Catholie arms— that order which had been disturbed, and overthrown by the deplorable excesses of a fatal insurrection— deigns this day to fulfil the work . of its high favour, by restoring his Holiness to the general hopes of his devoted subjects, who, with great grief, nave experienced ine bitter days of a violent and prolonged separation ; whilst, on the other hand, be was not less distressed at. being so long separated from his children's affection. Of all the duties of the representative stations which we have hitherto occupied, the most welcome is that which now presents itself, i.e., to publish to the people of the Papal states the announcement of so-wisued...

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THE FANCY BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 29 August 1850

THE FANCY BALL. There was a sound of revelry by night, Australia's capital had gathered there — Her beauty and her chivalry ; and bright The lamps shone o'er fair womem and brave men. A thousand hearts beat happily ; and when Music arose with its voluptuous swell, Soft eyes looked love to eyes that spake again, And all went merry as a marriage bell. In these dreary times, when political questions are so keenly can vassed, and often held as sufficient excuse for the display of mere personal bitterness ana party feeling, it is indeed refreshing to witness such a pleasant sight as was exhibited by that joyous throng of guests, who assembled at the Victoria Theatre on Thursday evening last, in obedience to the hospitable summons of our much respected Mayor. The Merchant, the Squatter, and the Citizen— with the rest of those important personages who have, either in reality or imagination, so much to complain of— seemed all mu tually determined to lay aside (or awhile their glopmy thought...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 29 August 1850

TO SUBSCRIBERS. From the liberal and encouraging support already extended to 'The Freeman's Journal,' we are now in a position to inform our friends and subscribers that arrangements are about being made so as to enlarge the Publication. We are no way inclined to speak of the articles or extracts in ' The Freeman.' They are such at least as our Catholic subscribers would look for in vain in any other Colonial Publication. Two things vmust be ever dear to them- — copious and authentic news from our suffering but faithful Fatherland, — the next, and not tile least, correct intelligence regarding the state and progress of patholic affairs throughout the world. Though our career has been but short, we have given sufficient proof to the opponents of Ireland's sons or daughters, an*l to the revilers of their country and creed, that neither will be insulted with impunity while 'The Freeman' shall have an habitation and a name in this our adopted country. Mr. John Derepas is authorised to c...

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Domestic Intelligence. DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. THURSDAY. Before W. H. KERE, Esq., Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 29 August 1850

mome&tic Intelligence. DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. THURSDAY. Before W. H. Kerb, $sq., Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. In the estate of Patrick Hayes, a third meeting. The following claims were proved : — frames and Keele, £41 3s. 3d. ; G. Thome, £20 17s. 8d. ; G. Chisholm, £63 10s. ; A. and J. Rayner, £31 3s. 7(1. ; and J. H. Nixon, JilQ. The Official Assignee handed in his report, and it was read. The creditors gave directions for the sale of all the assets in the estate. In the estate of Francis Graham, a single meeting was held, and the following claims were proved: — A. Reynolds, £52 13s.; F. M'Mahon, £28 16s. Id. ? W. M. Clarke, £17 16s. ; F. Harper, £19 10s. ; J. Cunningham, £7 19s.; T.Pitt, £1 15s. ; S. Doobins, £3 10s. ; R. Driver, £1 16s.' lOd. The insolvent was allowed the wearing apparel of himself and wife, the remainder of the assets to be sold. MEETINGS OE CRKDITORS. This Day.— Henry Harms, a single meeting at half-past 10 ; William Branch, Charle...

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Poet's Corner. FIRST COMMUNION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 29 August 1850

.Wort'* Corner* FIRST COMMUNION. ' O Altar most holy, which angels surround, : With transports I view thee, with honour profound,; To-day, will thy glory, thy victim impart Himself to his creature, will enter my heart. My Jesus, my treasure, my life and my all, 0 bend to my wishes, O hear when I call Thy body most sacred, Thy sacrament bless'd Has never as yet, to my bosom been press'd. . But come Omy spouse, for already I glow ' , w Ml love Ui puasess nice, u quiunijf ucaiuw , Thyself on a heart, which desires thee alone, O take full possession, 0 make it thine own. ? For me ye bright seraphim deign to implore,. And let me with you, our sweet Jesus adore, O aid me to welcome my thrice holy guest, 'Who for the first time, will now enter my breast,, ? G glorious day in thy praise I will sing, ? Thou advent of Jesus, my Lord and my King A sacrifice for me, a victim he's made, And soon on my poor little heart will be laid; Inflame with thy love, O Redeemer, my sonl,. And deeply this da...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 29 August 1850

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. ECCLESIASTICAL JURISDICTION. Victoria by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland Queen Defender of the ?Faith &c. TO THE WIDOW (ii1 ANY) AND TO THE NEXT OF KIN OF JOHN MAUMON 1IANLEY LATE OF PARR AM ATT A STREET IN. THE CITY OF SYDNEY AND COLONY OF NEW SOUTII WALES LICENSED VICTUALLER DECEASED. GrREETING — . . ? WHEREAS it hath been represented unto our Su preme Court of New South Wales by the Proctors of Tilden James Hilder, a Creditor of the said deceased, that the said John Marmon Hanley late of Parramatta' Street in the City of Sydney and Colony aforesaid Licensed Victualler departed this life on or about the twenty-fourth day of August instant (having1 at the time of his death poods chattels credits and effects in the Colony aforesaid,) intestate; we do therefore peremptorily cite you arid each of you to appear personally or by your Proctor duly constituted before our said Court at the Court House in K...

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CATHOLIC MISSIONS IN CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 29 August 1850

CATHOLIC MISSIONS IN CALIFORNIA. . {From the Boston Plloti) In contemplating the rapid political and social' ad .vances of the Californian territories on the shores of the Pacific, we snould not entirely forget the agencies by which the localities first received the benefits- of civiliza tion.. Vi'xere fortes ante Ac/amemnona;- bold spirits trod the wilds of California before Fremont and Suiter, St. Ignatius cared for that region, before Uncle Sam so much as thought of it.. The original settlement of the Californias was made by. Catholic missionaries of the Order of Jesus-, which has furnished such pioneers and champions of the Church. These Priests, carried a knowledge of the Christian religion and the arts of civilised- life not alone into Lower California, but up as far as the Bay of San Francisco and into the provinces of Sonora and Sinaloa. In this way the dominion of Spain was extended over these territories. In the beginning of the eighteenth icentury the Padres Kino,, Salvat...

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SECULAR EDUCATION.—THE MANCHESTER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 29 August 1850

SECULAR EDUCATION.— THE MANCHESTER MEETING. The manchester .meeting in favour of a general system of Secular Education has followed up Mr. Foxfs Bill with an energy that portends a very formidable agitation,,. Secular education, as it is well called — the education according to this world—is a cry that is making the round of the civilised' world. After enslaving nearly the whole of the continent, both Protestant and so-called Catholic countries — after having sowed the seeds of apostacy wherein it has been permitted to occupy the land,, this delusion seems at length on the point of getting possession of England. The country having long ago, in rfialif.v. lnsl. ifcs faith, now at lp.ncrth ffifils that, it has done so, is not desirous to keep that fact hidden, but, on the contrary, longs to change its institutions so as to agree wich its. now acknowledged infidelity. Of course, how extremely clear and self-evident it is to those who have no* faith, that faith has nothing, to do with d...

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WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 29 August 1850

'WEDNESDAY. The Female Children's Apprenticing Bill passed threugh Committee. Upon the motion of the Colonial Secretary, the report of the Melbourne Public Abattoirs Bill was adopted. The Bill was ordered to be engrossed and read a third time on that day week. The Sydney Corporation Bill was further considered in Commiitee.

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TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 29 August 1850

TUESDAY. The Colonial Secretary laid on the tab|e the re? port of the Select Committee on the question of Police. Ordered to be printed. Mr Wentworth presented a petition from Henry Fisher, of the Glenmore Distillery. [Received. Mr. Kbden presented a petition from some Merchants in Greelong, praying that the duty on British gin might be reduced. The Colonial Secretary remarked that a Bill to reduce the duty on British gin was re jected the last year by a large majority of the Jlouse. JMLr. -Uonaldspn presented a petition trom persons com plaining, that the expectations held out to- them when they commuted their pensions had not been realised. Received. Major Mercer presented a petition praying half the fines imposed for drunkenness might be given to the hospital at Geelong. Received. Mr. Nichols, a petition praying for facilities for the con? struction of a tramway to Hexham. Received. Bill brought in by Mr. Martin for paving the metropolis, and ; ordered to be printed. Messages wer...

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