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CATHOLIC AFFAIRS AT LIVERPOOL. (To the Editor of the Tablet.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 September 1850

CATHOLIC AFFAIRS AT LIVERPOOL. „. {To the Editor of the: Tablet.) Sir, — ..........Fifteen years ago,, when I reached |' Liverpool, there was only five. Catholic chapels in this | town. Two of these were deeply in debt at the time-. | Since then, St.. Francis Xavier's and St. Anne's, Edge- I* hill, were built. The former, by the Jesuits, is considered |k as beautiful a specimen of architecture ,as any in Eng- h land. A splended new church, in connexion with St. p Mary's, has been erected with unprecedented rapidity at fi the railway station, Chad wick-street, opposite the p Waterloo Dock. .Another very handsome one has. been. r- . - ' I ?lately built, in connection with St Anthony's, about three-quarters of a mile to the north. All Saints' Church has been purchased and consecrated for Catholic service. A private chapel has been built in Great Cross hall-street, by a gentleman named Homes. St. Mary's has been re-built, and Sale-street has been enlargad since. So you can perceive that...

Publication Title: Freeman's Journal
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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 September 1850

' IMPOUNDINGS. Queanbeyan. — From the estate of C. Campbell, Esq. 20th August, 1850 : — Chesnut mare, white face, like E neck, small H shoulder offside, near fore hoof damaged. August 22nd, by Mr. Joseph Kay .-—Brown horse, switch tail, like M off' shoulder, saddle marks, hair off near flank and thigh. If the above horses are not released on or before the 16th of September, they will be sold to, defray expenses. William Dawson. 9s. 9d. Camden. — From Camden Park, the 20th of Augost, 1850 ;— Red heifer, no brand visible, white back and belly, slumped tail, off ear slit, 21 months old ; red heifer, WD off rump, white back, belly, and tail, 20 months old, damages 2s. 6d. each. If not released will he sold 24 days from this insertion. William Buchan, Pound keeper. . ' 9s. Mooki. Liverpool Plains — From Drury, 2lst August : — Dun colored marp. aged, long tail, both hind fetlocks white, white stripe down face, VC or AC near shoulder, like JD near ribs ; black colt, long tail, notch out of...

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THE MODEL REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 September 1850

THE MODEL REPORTER. (From the Australian Era.) - The Model Reporter is a man of middle age. He must never grow to an age that is venerable; he must never be so young as to carry in hie person and habits any sign of flippancy about him. In appearance he is somewhat thoughtful, with a dash of eccentricity about him. His mind must be good, and his natural address ann .? V» *sV\i t*o « «?*-.«! 1 «*?» ?? Via** «« «_ **.... L. ~i. j ? n ? i i_ » ? forced into action by his profession, in spheres from which he would have voluntarily retired. He knows everything and everybody. As he walks up the street you see him dart off into sundry odd nooks and corners for what purpose you cannot divine ; but if you wait patiently you are sure to see him emerge, carefully de positing papers into his pocket. His world is the col Jection of news, and so small is that world that the Model Reporter travels round it three times a day. He t is intimate with the Police Inspectors, and sympathises with them on ...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 September 1850

SYDNEY MARKETS. Poultry. — Fowls, from 0s. Od. to 2s. per couple ; ducks, 2a. 6d. to 3s. 6d. ; geese, 4s. 6d. to 5s. Od. ; pigeons, 8d. ; turkeys, 7s. to 10s. Od. ; wild ducks -2s. to 2s. 6d. ; roasting pigs. Is. 9d. to 2*, each. ' Dairy PaoDucB.—Fre3h butter, lid. to Is.; salt, 7d. to 8d. ; inferior, 5d. to 6d, per tb. ; cheese, 4£d. to 5£-1. ; bacon, 4d. to 5d. ; lard, 4d. ; eggs, 6d. per dozen. Vegetables — Potatoes, 33. Od. to 4s. 6d. per cwt. ; cabbages 6d. to 2s. Od. per dozen ; cauliflowers. 0s. ; lettuces, b'd. ; turnips- 8d. ; parsley, 2d. per bunch ; celery, Is. ,6d. per dozen , leeks, Is. per dozen ; parsnips, Is. 3d. per dozen ; carrots. Is. Gd. per dozen ; pumpkins, 3s. Od. per dozen ; peas, 3s. per bushel ; onions, 20s. to 22s. per cwt. Fruit.— Oranges, 2d. to 4d. per dozen. Lemons.— Lisbon, 2d. to 3d. ; loquats, 2s. Gel. to 3s. per basket ; bananas, 0s. per dozen. Sundries — Honey, 2£d. to 3d. per Ib. ; wax, 6d. to 8d. per lb. ; pigs, 2£d. to 3dJd. per lb ; beef and m...

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SYDNEY UNIVERSITY BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 September 1850

SYDNEY UNIVERSITY BILL. The following is a copy of the petition against the above Bill, presented on Thursday last by Mr. Dai* vail : — To the Honorable the Legislative Council of New South Wales. The humble petition of the Archbishop, of the Bishop Coadjutor, and of the Roman Catholic Clergy of Sydney. Respectfully Sheweth, Thnt. vnnr T^pfr.i tinners nndfirsf.finrlirur that a Bill is now before your Honorable House entituled ' A Bill to. Incorporate and Endow a University, to be called fche University of Sydney,' and feeling that they cannot approve of the principle or details of the said Bill, earnestly entreat that it do not receive the sanction of your Honorable House. That your Petitioners are of opinion that the state of society in this Colony is not such as either to require or justify the application of any portion of the public revenue, to the endowment of a University established according to the provisions of the Bill in question. That your. Petitioners regard as the prin...

Publication Title: Freeman's Journal
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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 September 1850

COASTERS OUTWARDS. beptember 5.— Sylph. 23, Orpen, Victory, 19. Fisher, both for Brisbane Water ; Port Pbillip, 36. West; Twin Sisters, 25, Cox; Midas, 28, Pearce ; Brothers, 27, M'Cauley; Lucy Ann, 37 Hannah ; Australia, 45, Williams ; all for Newcastle. September 6.— Wave, 17, Jackson, for Broulee ; Ann, 10, An derson ; Traveller, 9, Edwards; Gitana, 15, Foster, all for Brisbane Wafcor ; Lapwing, 20, Cresswell. for Shoalhaven ;. Hawkesbury Lass, 20, WoodDury; Young Billy. 18, Carbuss, both for the Hawkesbury; Bard's Legacy, 25, Bloxhom ; Gleaner, 18, Wool ford, both for Newcastle. September 9 — James and Amelia, 33, Watts ; Albatross, 32 Lambert, both for Newcastle; Wave. 17, Jackaon, for Broulee; Kainbow, 19, Pennington ; Phantom, 23, Settree, both for Brisbane water. September 10.— Defiance, 15, M'Kenzie, for the Hawkesbury; Magnet,, 17. Kerr, for Brisbane Water : Mermaid, 20, Campbell; aosalmd, 10* Bloxhom ;, Chance, 38, Rouse,, all for Newcastle.

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LITERATURE. REVIEW. The Australian Era., p.p. 16. Printed and published by D. L. Welch. Price 6d. No. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 September 1850

LITERATURE. ! REVIEW. The Australian Era., p.p. 16. Printed and published by D, L. Welch. Price Qd. No. 2. We are pleased to see that the second number of this periodical fulfils the promise of the first. The opening article is devoted to a subject that ought to have much more interest than, we are sorry to say, it seems to have in the minds of our fellow-citizens generally, and espe cially of the member of our Corporation — the condition of our metropolis as respects its architecture and its salu brity. We do trust that the most hateful spirit of Joe Hume-ism will not so far prevail . with its sixpenny economy as to stamp ineffectually on this city the char acter of attention to present necessities only, and in difference to the future, which will proclaim to those who shall suffer hereafter from a dense ill-ventilated mass of mean dwellings the sordid greed which will have caused it in the early dwellers on so beautiful a spot. Surely some one in or out of the Corporation, in or o...

Publication Title: Freeman's Journal
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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 September 1850

£WPViVLQ fintrlllgmr^ !!; ARRIVALS. September 5. — William, schooner, 62 tons, C jptain TiZard, from Hobart Town the 29th ult. September 5 — Cameo, American brig, 221 tous, Captain Stephens, from San Francisco the 21st June, and Oahu the 18th July. September 6. — Albatross, American ship, 745 tons, Captain Knollen, from San Francisco the 16th July. Sentemher 6. — Rosalind, hrier. 271 tons, dantain Elliott, from Tahiti the 'st ult. September 7.— Alice, schooner, 134 tons, Captain Caleff, from San Francisco the I7th July. September 7. — Liberty, schooner, 53 tons, Captain Johnson, from Wide Bay the 2nd inst. September?. — Criahna, barque, 271 tons, Captain Spence, from Sari Francisco the 20 ch July. September 8. — Giraffe, brig, 261 tons, Captain Robinson, from Oahu (Sandwich Islands) the 26th July. September 9. — Lavinia, schooner, 64 tons, Captain Baldey, from Port Phillip the 3 1st ult. September 9- — Cape Horn, harqu'e, 173 tons, Captain Saundern, from San Francisco tbe 10th July....

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Poet's Corner. THE TEMPERANCE SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 September 1850

Wntt'ti tfatnev*. THE TEMPERANCE SONG. ' Be ye sober.'— St. Petes. Who shall talk of strength and freedom, f , , With a loud and fever'd breath, While they let a full cup lead e'm. To the slavery of death ?' ' , , Men of labour, wake to thinking, Shout not with a reeling brain ! Lips that aipue o'er deep drinking ' '? ' Ever yield more chaff than grain. Bravery that needs inspiring By the grape and barley corn, ' Only gives the random firing . ? Cunning foes may laugh to scorn*. D/- ye hope to march the faster To the summit of your claim, While' ye let such tyrant master Strike your limbs in staggering shame ?' - Do ye find the hot libation Poured so wildly on the heart, Make it fitter for its station, '?' ' Whatsoe'er may be its part ? - Father, husband,, wife, or mother!' Can ye do the work ye should ^ ^ While the fumes of madness smother. Human love and human good ? Wonder not that children trample All fair precppt in the dust, When a parent's foul example ?Robs a home of peace a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 September 1850

ST. MARY'S SEMINARY. I^ATHOLTC PARENTS may obtain for their ' Children a Sound English Education, including- History, Geography, Writing- , Arithmetic, Book-ke«ipiner, Mathematics, and French,- if required, for the sum of ONE GUINEA per Quarter. Pupils may enter at any time during the Quarter, and will be required to pay only from the date of their entrance. f BERNASCONI, Carver, Gilder, and Picture *£ ? frame Maker, begs to call the attention of his friends and the public to a fine selection of Engravings now on view at his Rooms, 182, Castlarcagh-street, which will he found worthy of inspection. Also, on sale, us above, Cheval, Toilet, and Dressing Glasses, in great variety. Frames made to order in rosewood, maple, and fancy woods, in every style, and on the shortest notice and' most reasonable terms. _ . .' .'??.. 'esnopi [oodj8Airj 'HSfcid T \Ai 'i(.i3i|s«pjaqe£r ?suoqqi-jj 'avwj 'saAOjc) 'iCjaisofl jo spois psjJossB jja* b 'os|B I siQuuog ajqfi?sun^[ pU8 UBDSnX foUKj .pUB U|K|d...

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ADDRESS AND PRESENTATION TO THE VERY REV. W. HALL, VICAR-GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 September 1850

ADDRESS AND PRESENTATION TO THE VERY REV. W. HALL, VICAR-GENERAL. On Wednesday evenirig last, 21st instant, a deputa tion wated upon the Very Rev. Wm. Hal!, the Catholic Vicar Genaral, and presented the following address, with a most beautifully wrought purs# of crimson silk and gold, containing forty sovereigns. The address and reply speak for themselves. Very Rev. Dear Sir. — We have requested you to meet us this evening to express our unfeigned regret for the trouble, annoyance, and expense you were exposed to a few months' since by the threat of an action-at~law. We forbeEr for your sake further to refer to it, feeling, well assured that you would be the first to bury in eternal forgetfulness an act which covers us with shame. For the affliction of mind such event must have caused,, we trust our Lord and Master has long since comforted you with the balm of His peace; and to cover the pecuniary loss you sustained to purchase peace regardless of the scoffs of some few misguided me...

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MRS. CHISHOLM'S EMIGRANT'S HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 September 1850

MRS. CHISHOLM'S EMIGRANT'S HOME. The following interesting letter is addressed by Mr. / Q.. Sinithson to1 the Morning Chronicle.:. — Sia,— As a neighbour of Mrs. Chisholm, Iattended the emigrant % group meetimg held at that lady's ' Emigrant's Home,' adjoining her own residence, on Saturday evening last. I was anxious to have an: opportunity of judging of that lady's novel, and I think, aumiraBie plan or ramily grouping previous to emigrating to oui colonies. The plan pursued is so extremely simple and satisfactory in its working, that 1 conceive the sooner it is examined by a think ing public and the press the better. At seven p.m., a number of . respectable, in their Sunday-best, with their wives and children,, as well as single young men_and women, assembled in two small rooms on the ground fljor. ^XSa. a table were laid original letters from emigrants in the Australian colonies to their relatives at home, as well as colonial newspapers, for the perusal of parties, and several he...

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EPITOME OF NEWS—FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 September 1850

EPITOME OF NEv\S.-rFOiiElGN AND DOMESTIC. - ' Brick Making by Machinery,— The Geelong Intelligencer announces tbe fact, that a machine has been invented in that dis tiict, by the Messrs. Harts, engineers, capable of producing 26,000 perfect bricks in twelve hours time fioni the beginning of the opera-: tion in burning the clay from a rough, state, to the fina- stacking in walls for drying, and this done by one horse, two men, and tour boys, at a cost of about one guinea. The machine is comparatively small, and compact in construction, and may be moved with facility unpacked, and put together with ease. it was thought Mr. Alfred Tenyson would be appointed Laureate Wordsworth'B successor. An extraordinary incident happened in the Unjted States Senate House on the 17th April. It is thus described—' During a debate on California and slavery, a violent altercation occurred between Brenton and Foote, in tue course of which Foote drew a pistol and aimed at Brenton^ Foote was immediately di...

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Domestic Intelligence. DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 September 1850

&omt$tit intelligence. department' of insolvent estates. MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. This Day.— William Coomber Peter Moody, and 'William Hanrott Cory, certificate meetings, at noon ; Francis Graham, a special meeting at eleven ; Thomas James MClellond, a special meeting, to make an offer of composition, at hajf-past ten o'clock. Friday, 13.— Thomas Hovenden, a special meeting at half-past ten t Alfred Slaughter, a special meeling at eleven ; Henry Harn)Sg an adjourned single meeting, at hall-past 10. Tuesday ,-17.— Mary Ann Ryan, a single meeting at half-past 10. Thursday 19.— William Hipkins, au adjourned certificate meet ing, at noon. Thursday, 26.— John Donaldson, a certificate meeting at noon. Friday, 27.— Patrick M'Keowa.a third meeting, at half-past 10. October, Thursday , 3. —Richard Crossley Smethurst, a cerlifi-. cate meeting, at noon. Thursday, 10.— Edward Walton, a certificate meeting, at noon. Tuesday^ 22. — Thomas Humphrey, a special meeting, to decide upon an offer...

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SUMMARY OF ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 September 1850

SUMMARY OE ENGLISH NEWS. Itappears that the report current the last few days, to the pur port that the Russian and French Ambassadors, had left London i» correct, but from the fact of the Funda only falling f per cent, it would seem that no very serious results were apprehended.

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DENOMINATIONAL EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 September 1850

DENOMINATIONAL EniJCATION. Those who feel interested in the question of a good and religious education for their children— and who do not will find in the supplement to this day's Freeman a very important ' Lecture' delivered at Brisbane on th.s subjfct. In order to bring the whole hearing of the question under the readers view at once we have been obliged to omit a few sentences here and there, so as to condense the whole substance into the supplement.

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Legislative Council. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 September 1850

Eiwiatitte tfo until* The Colonial Secretary laid upon the table new Rules of the Court, promulgated by the Judges. Mr. Dar vaH presented a petition from His Grace the Archbishop . of Sydney, and the clergy against the University Bill, in its present shape. Mr. Dangar presented a petition from certain residents at Singleton, relative to thVlni pounding Law. Mr. Oakes presented a petition against any vote of money for the Queen's plate at Parramatta. Captain King's leave of absence was extended on the motion of Mr. Parker. The third reading of the Female Children's Appropriating Bill was postponed till Tuesday. The Colonial Secretary moved that the House go into Committee to consider the additional appropriations pro posed iirthe Governors message. The sum of £1441 12s. 6d. was voted for the police at^Maitland. Also, for police at Wollombi, and MacDonald River, £343 7s. 6d. ; atPaterson, £384 8s. 9d. ; at Patrick's Plains, £375 6s. 3d. ; at Muswellbrook £374 Is. 9d. ; at Scone, £293 ...

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ENGLAND, RUSSIA AND FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 September 1850

ENGLAND, RUSSIA AND FRANCE. The two last named Powers have taken great offence at the un expected turn which affairs have taken, respecting the Greek question. The facts are tbese : —During VI. Gros' negociations, the Russian, French, and English Ministers signed a treaty in London, which was transmitted to Athens to be sanctioned by the Greek Government, provided the negociations were not over. It unluckily turned out, however, that the treaty reached Athens too late — M. Gros had backed out, and Mr. Wise having obtained from the Greek Minister all he wanted, finished the treaty to his satisfac tion. The absence of the two Ambassadors was not publicly known, until their not attending the Grand Banquet on her Majesty's Birthday caused enquiries to be made in the House of Lord*, when the Marquis of Lansdowne asserted, that the depar ture of the French Ambassador was entirely accidental, his presence . been required by his own government. In the House of Commons Ijord Palmerston state...

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THE ANTI-TRANSPORTATION QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 September 1850

THE ANTI-TRA-NSPORTATION . QUESTION. ?'Mr. Sutt-or, M.L.C., said, that during the day. four Squatters had expressed to him their opposition to the Convict System. He had upwards of two hundred men in his employ, and he wanted no con victs, and had always been opposed to the system. . He was glad. the meeting had determined not to ask for dissolution; as the ? fight, had commenced, he should like to see it fairly fought out, and he. had no doubt that they should win gallantly, if the people only backel.them up properly.' Australia has -reason to glory in having given birth. to that honest and honorable gentleman who gave expres sion to these memorable and patriotic words at the meeting held on. the 5th inst., at the Royal Hotel. With such high-minded sons of the soil, to guard the freedom, and resist the selfish, and invidious encroach ments on the rights of their, native country, the best friends of the colony, and the determined opponents of the revival of Transportation to our sho...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. THE REV. DR. LANG. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 September 1850

TO CORK hSPOisDK iN T3. THE REV. DR.. LANGr. 'Wb have received a long letter of nine pages — written in one hand and signed by another, that of ' J. H. Driscoll' — giving certain reasons why he and some other Irish Catholics voted for Dr. Lang at the last election, and severely criticising a letter signed ' An Irishman,' and which appeared in our last number. Being sincere advocates for the exercise of perfect freedom in tbe use of the ' Elective Franchise,' we leave each elector to the dictates of his own con3fiiencious judgment as to whom he may think fit to vote for. Before inserting the letter of ' An Irishman'' we were careful to test the correctness of the quotations from Dr. Lang's published works, and from a slight perusal of these works, we are satisfied that the ?' extracts ' made by ' An Irishman ' do not contain the one-tent h 'part of the abuse and' misrepresentation published by the Doctor on various occasions, in disparagement of Irishmen and their religious principle...

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