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SEVENTH MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 January 1851

sr,SEfÉNTU MATCH". {ymJà\V^bAs^js above 10 tons; first prize £15, added'toV sweepstakes bf £2 2s. each; second prizo £10. Boat Owner Emily 30 tons Merriman ! Phantom, 23 toiis C. Ven teman 2 ' Neptune 15 tons Davis & Duffin Victory, 18 tons H. A. Grause 3 " Catherine, 26 tons Fawcett Sylph, 18 tons AV. Northwood 1 Scout, 20 ton3 \V. Steward ' 4 ' # There was a well contested push for the third place, indeed, so closely was the boats, Victory und Scout together on tho finish of the race, that it was almost impossible to Bay whether it'would not result in a dead heat. j EIGHTH. MA.TCrt. ; ? . Boats 16 feet keel and .under; prize £7 ; with a sweepstakes of.1 Os..-,£ Boat .j y t Owner | Mary Queen,.!,," .. , of ScÓtsV:f "; Farrell 1.' ¡ Louisa Mable, J "French 3 'Pilot 'Dunlop 2 . I All Sailing Boats noé' exceeding 10 tons ; first prize, £30 ; second £20. Boat Owner Eagled 5 tons ! :: Howard ? 3 Eclipse '?. ..^.Woolley t Ivanhoe; 5 tons- < ;i H. Martin .4 Champion J r...

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GEELONG SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 January 1851

. GEELONG SHIPPING. . Arrived.January. 20, Royal : George, 'ship, 535, tons,,,Captain Matthew Robson, from Melbourne, with 392 casks tallow, cargo for London, Dalgety, Core, and Co. 21st, Christina, brig, 126 tons, Captain Korff, from Sydney, 7th instant..

Publication Title: Empire
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MELBOURNE SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 January 1851

, MELBOURNE SHIPPING. CLEARANCES. - The Swordfish,; for Hobart Town ; the Lysander, for London ; the Stebon- heath for London j the Pilot for Hobart Town.

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FIFTH MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 January 1851

FIFTH MATCH. For. Sailing* Boats, five tous and under, Prie £15 ; second Prize, £5. Boat Owner Eagle Howard 1' Lord John Bussell Reynolds 3 Ivanhoe H. Martin 2 Midge" Kerr .. * The Eagle was the first under weigh, then the Midge, and Lord John,' the Ivanhoe, last.' The boats maintained an even ^position until rounding the boat, when they presented a most beautiful sight from; the^Flag ^h|pt. ^Contrary to all ex- pectation, ih^^i^^àstA.çV(hërè in the race.

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SECOND MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 January 1851

AU Gigfj.nu^ling four par«? prjie, £15, . . BOM..!,, Owner. , SwiftVj; ' Woodley . 1 . Maida' P. Richardson 3 ' '' Young Cabinet maker G. Hill ' 4 ' . Leader . ? M'Pherson ^ 2 The Swift waa .the first to get away, and the race terminated with the above result. - -The Young Cabinet;Maker was expected to havo done wonders, but unfortunately the prophecy was wrong. ?,

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THIRD MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 January 1851

THIRD MATÖH. For Licensed Watermen,, pulling sculls, in an j Skiffs.- First prize, £8 ; second prire, £5 ; 'third prise, £1. Boat. Sandfly ' Gold-dust Wm. Howard Mosquito Quicksilver Owner. Á Melville 4 Tho. Mullball 2 Bulli vant '3 B. Love O GK Mullhall 1 The whole' got away beautifully 'together; Quicksilver leading past the flag-ship, with Gold dust .close "up, which jwsition was maintained -throughout the race. The Mosquito ¿ave up...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 January 1851

MR. THOMAS A. NEWALL has been ap . pointed SHIPPING REPORTÉE to this paper. Empire Office, January 18. MR. EDWARD FERRIS has been appointed COLLECTOR to THE EMPIRE, and is au- thorised to receive moneys on'account of the pro- prietor. ' Empire Office, Hunter-street, January 21, 1851. ., . ,

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GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 January 1851

GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. ADELAIDE, JANÜART 11TH, 1851.-Wheat, 3s. 6d. lo 3s. 8d. ; flour (new), £10, in demand j flour (old)/-£10:108. ; oats, 4s. 6d.; bran, ls.. 2d. ; pollard, ls. 4d. ; English barley, 3s. 6d.; Cape ditto, 3s.

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NEW MOTIVE POWER. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 January 1851

NEW MOTIVE POWER. SOME months ago, the present writer being at the time in Melbourne, fell into the company of Mr. Nathaniel L. Kentish, formerly connected with thc Sydney Press, who represented himself to have been the; discoverer of a now Motive Power, appli- cable to the propulsion of vessels by water, without steam or sails. Wo confess that wo caught ,up something of the incredu- lity which men proverbially exhibit to- wards new inventions, and were much in- clined to doubt the likelihood of Mr. Ken- tish ranking with a Watt. The discoverer in this case, as in all similar ones, advo- cated his own cause with a warmth and earnestness which must have convinced any mnn that ho'was oi thor conscious of the im- portance of hts secret, or labouring under Vj visionary infatuation, When Mr, Ken* tish, however, assured us that be had freely explained the principle of his dis- covery to several gentlemen of established character, whom ne named to us, and had obtained, under their hands, a...

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CLOSING PRICES OF THE PUBLIC FUNDS. London, Thursday, October 17, 1850. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 January 1851

CLOSING rjtICES OF THE I'UBLTC FUNDS. London,. Thursday, October 17, 1850. Bank stock, 210¿, ; ? por cont, consuls, 971. ; S ppr cent Ituduced Annuities, 9Gil. 5 Consols for Afl'ount <J7i. ; New ü¡¡ per cent Annuities, '99 ; Ji-ii)f Annuities, (Jan 5, 18pO) 71Í3-10 ; India tíMHiii, 268 ; India Bonds, (£1000) 08 pin. ; Ex Glii'ijiter; Bills, (June) 70 pm. I ; , MOJÍOAT, OCTOPBB Hr'-The Tallow market i% firm, and tba demand tolerably good { the delivery, for tba past week is considered a very good one, especially after the largo deliveries which bave continued since the 1st of June last, The price for new'Y.C. for all the year is 38s. 6d. to '39s. ,9d.. and for the Spring" months 39s. to 39s. 3d. ¡The market at'St. Petersburgh is very firm,: (making1 the present cost of Tallow, laid down in ¡London, very nearly 40s. There tire about.4000 icasks arrived in the river this morning, which are not included in the stock of this day. Town ¡Tallow, is 38s. 6d. net cash. . Particula...

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SIXTH MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 January 1851

SIXTH MATCH.   For Wood and Fruit boats that have been bona fide used for the purposes two months prior to the Regatta ; prize, 10 [pounds] Boat Owner Model William Rose   John Thomas Waterhouse 2               Jane Joseph Allen         Masie Thomas Jenkins 1       Susan T.Moran     Four only started.      

Publication Title: Empire
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English Extracts. MR. SMITH O'BRIEN IN EXILE. (To the Editor of the Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 January 1851

English ; Extraéis. (To the .Editor, ofJhe Times.) ; Sir,-Your very able, article in The Timer of this day, in reference to Ireland, induces me to send. you the accompanying letters, in. 'order to their publication, and at the same time to ask you, will English interests be benefitted, or Ireland become more quiet» should, the English nation sanction the qtath ¡by slow degrees of Smith O'Brien? ; I am, Sir, yours respectfully, : ROBERT POTTER. British Hotel, . Cockspur-street, October5. "Downing-street, Oct. 2. " Sir,-I am directed by Earl Grey to transmit : to you the accompanying letter from W. Smith 'O'Brien, now undergoing'sentence of transporta- tion in Van Diemen's Land. . , "It has been received from the Colonial an-. !thorities open,- according to the usual regulations '. in such cases. , * I am, Sir, your obedient servant, - "B. HAWES." " K. Potter, Esq. . [COPT.] . .. . . , .' .. . : " Darlington Probation Station, Maria Island, " Van Dieman'a Land, Feb. 28tb, 1852. " My d...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. WHOLESALE MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 January 1851

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. WHOLESALE MARKET PRICES. GKAIN.-Wheat, from 5s 3d to 5s 6d per bushel ; tho prices are now getting firm, and the millers are more anxious to purchase. Barley, 3s to 3s Cd. ditto large quantities aro getting shipped off, and the maisters are. »Iso beginning to purchase; which makes the sales brisk. Maize, 3a Cd to 3s 9d ditto; tho ? supply to the market has boen small,-and sales are easily,effected. Oats, 2s Gd to 3s'di tío ; vthe supply is small, and the sales keep dull.' ?<-''-'» ' POULTRY.-Fowls,' "ils Sd; to 2s. per couple ; large quantities''-havo 'come to market, andsales are very dull.'^Ducks,''2sfto 2s Gd ditto ; the supply is largè,*'and'the Equality very inferior. Turkeys, ös.to!78Htlltto '; thero are very few good ditto; sales are easily effected, but prices keep low. Eggs, 9¿d to 10d per dozen ; the supply is good, and sales are.brisk. .... coming to market. Geese, 4s to 5s: DAIRY-Butler, Gd to 8d per lb"; the-supply * this week has bee...

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PORT PHILLIP. THE ANTI-TRANSPORTATION MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 January 1851

PORT PHILLIP. THE ANTI-TRANSPORT ATI ON MOVEMENT. ! ON Monday, at noon, the deputation from tho Victoria Anti-Transportation Committee, : consisting of his worship the Mayor, Messrs, 1 Stawell, M'Combie, Westgarth, Tripp, O'- shannassy, Kerr, and -Ball,;-proceeded on board the Shamrock steamer at the. Queen's Wharf, for,the purpose, bf presentingran ad- dress to the . delegates of tho JlobHrt.Town and Launceston brunch of theAùti-'iïflhspor Ution association who bad arrived bf the Reamer, Ipr the purpose of conferring with ^tyose , who take an anxious interest in the movement in thia province. The interview took piare in the splendid cabin of tho steamer, the V. D. Land delegates being W. P. Wes- ton, E*q., and the Rev. John West. It was anticipated that Richard Dry, Eiq., would; 'ajso have been of the number, but it was explained that circumstances of a private 'nature prevented his attendance, but Mr. 'Aikenhead, editor of the Launceston Exami- ner, though not acting ai a delegate...

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ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. 2, Exchange Colonnade, Thursday, January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 January 1851

'. ADELAIDE SHARK HAfittï?*.fl 9, EwUnge Ço\amfA9, Thur»d»y, January'9P' Burr**, ¿SOO cash, sellers, . :'J Princess Boyal», ¿18, sellen £41 paid, Adelaides, 12s. buyers 14s. sellers, £5 paid. Mount Remarkable*, £7 10s. buyers. : ; Pariiigas,--:- . *. : Britannias, 42s. sellers. , . .,; ..: ¡ ,< . Enterprise, sale of 40 shares at I2s. 6d. cash, s 20s. paid, and 56s. sellers. 6s. paid. . ^ Phcanix, par. . ;., - .v . * . ^ ? North Kapunàas, 13s.;buyerà,-lSs- sellera. . :Stráthalbynsy.£2.10s^ .*. :; i@}eb^bTns,^.^ittp,.d|¿|^...... '/'.*'. iBreadal banes, 12s. 6d, sellers (20s. paid). ( j Royal Mining Company, 18s.. sellers. ! Port Lincolns, £¡4,5s. sellers. ' Mount Liverpools 50s.' ditto'. South Kapunda, £5, sellers, (£5 paid). ? £2 2s. sellers (40s. paid). £2, buyers (40s."paid). ! Men-Koo, 25s. 80s. poid. . < ; Victorias, Brernei^^s. .ditto.. .. , . . i .\VJbe]^A^ñ)j^^Q». sellen. . Wheawar^na, £4 ls. ditto. ., . Wlije'^Pwi^t8! '¿2, sellers. -. , ?" ; , . ''Wfr'ea...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 January 1851

JAHÜABT 27.;--Fortunío, American brig, "203' tons, Captain X H, Hasty, from California, .via] Oahu, having'left the latter port December 1 6th. ; Passengers--Messrs. Patrick Harvie and Bell. January 27.-Sir ;John Byng, brig, 169>. tons,;,' Captain Thorn, from Launceston, 21§t instant-' Passengers-Mrs; Thorn, Master Thorn,;; Mr. Marten Teaman,,MissEllen.TearQa^'Mr^iç^^lV Tearnan, Mr. John Ralph, arid vMisl';'~3M¿ry J RaÍPh- X<;"¿I-4 / ïv; ? '"*' January 27.-Cape' Honie, .-barque, fîf'JO^tona, Captain Woods, froni Làâitôelstôfl^H2tîd*insïtànt. ' 1 steerage) passenger^--«1*«* -V.O?T ta?- .y

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 January 1851

For Adelaide. (TO SAIL ON THE 4TH FEBRUARY.) .rp HE WELL-KNOWN Packet LOUISA, :i , Ll82, tons, W« Heslop,,commander. _f AThÎ8; vessel will be ready *to; re- ceive cargo, un Wednesday morning! and will sail a's abô\'é,' being under engagement willi the Go- vernment. ITor freight'or passage, apply on board, at the Queen's WImrf; or, to JOHN MACNAMARA, Queen-street. For London Direct. To sail on the \Oth March. JT,4T^ -JWïïE well-known regular trader first ^ÄlL-*- «I«8» frigate-built ship ST. GEORGE, ß05 tons, O. M., John Jones, Commander. For freight or. passage apply to the Commander, on board ; to , MESSRS. YOUNG AND CO. ; or MONTEFIORE, GRAHAM, AND CO. 129 FOB LONDON. FOB WOO Ii ONLY. To follow the Gemmodore, and to sail the \5th , February... XiTIv.'P H E fine A 1 fast-sailing, ship :^4$sw ' 1 TRAFALGAR, i52S tons register, Walter .Wright, commander, having all her dead weight on board, and a great part of her ;cargo engaged,. will sail as above mentioned. . Her cabin accommodatio...

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DOMESTIC. THE CELEBRATION OF THE ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 January 1851

D O.M ESTIO. THE CELEBRATION. OF THE ANNI- VERSARY. OP the various amusements invariably pro- vided at this season of the year to '.'ommemo rate the foundation of this colony, the Re- gatta deservedly take precedence. Free from those many objections urged against ' other popular pastimes, this truly national fete merits the patronage mid receives the support of a large and highly respectable section of the community who most rigidly eschew any connection with sporting matters i generally, bnt, make ? a special exception in favour of aquatics. Perhaps, there is some j truth va the remark, that thc incapacity to follow any pursuit frequently terminates in nn affectation of the pursuit itself. Hence, I maybe, Sheridan vilified-,, hunting-Johnson denounced" "angling-and Scott censured whists Sir: Walter probably .preferred " To wunder out his pilgrimage," «part -froíi» the prosy diiquietode of' elderly maiden! «nd guinea point«-th* léíicogr»« fiber'« opinion of " a fly nt the óWé ind án...

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FOURTH MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 January 1851

, - FOURTH v HATCH. For Skiffs, pulled by amateurs, to be approved by the Committee. Prize £10. ? Boat., . .Owner. Blossom Buchanan .2 Lotus McLean '. ' . 3 " Moriarty Pet of St. Leo hards 1 Green .'. 0 Fly-by-night Howard 1 The Lotus first away, but'changed places on pissing the Flag-ship; « The Fly-by-'Night' event- ually winning-easily'by 200 yards. The Pet of St. Leonard's giving in the contest for second place, produced a very smart race between- the Blossom and Lotus.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 January 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. !: .? _ ^ .' . y-" _ ( jr A ma^fUi Jl' RASPBERRY, Strawberry, Black Currant; Plum; Gooseberry, ^Red Currant Jelly, Black Currant Jelly, Orange Marmalade, Green Gage. S. PEEK & CO., 170 Importers and Dealers. ROOK SALT. :T710R SALE Twenty-five Tons ROCK SALT. Jj Apply to ^ JOHN MACNAMARA, 168 ', ; Queen-street. Finest Florence OIL ON SALE BT TUB UNDERSIGNED, AT THE; AUSTRALIA* UART, MARKET-STREET EAST; (KO) rrFTY Cases of the best Florence Oil, each case containing 30 flasks, at 25s. per case, for one or more cases. 161 . JAMES l SIMMONS. ' ' FRUITS"*1'''"'^ MUSCATEL Raisins, . ..Pudding , Raisins, Turkey Figs, Prunes j French Plums, Currants, Barcelona Nuts, Jordan Almonds, Shell Almonds, Dates. S. PEEK & CO., 167 . Importers and Dealers. SALES BY AUCTION. FANCY ARTICLES, To Stationers, Toy Dealers, and Others. JOHN G. COHEN will sell by auction, at his Rooms, 490, George-street, on THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1851, At eleven o'clock, precisely, One case cr...

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