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THE EMPIRE. TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1851. EUROPEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 January 1851
THE EMPIRE. TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1851. EUROPEAN. IN the papers received we notice the fol- lowing additional items of news:- A Cabinet Council was fixed for the 5th of November. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Her Majesty the Queen of the Belgians died on the morning, of the 11th of October. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Among the deaths, were also Lord Stanley (of Alderly), Sir W. H. Free- mantle, General Slessor, arid Sir J. P. Barnes, and the Countess of Lanesborough. The TIMES' Liverpool Correspondent, &nbsp; &nbsp; in announcing the arrival of the steam ship Asia, on the 6th October, say - "Rumours were afloat of another con- templated attack on Cuba, the first de- scent to be made on Hayti for the pur- pose of overthrowing Faustin I. It was &nbsp; said that a long correspondence had taken place between Mr. Webster and the Spanish Minister on the subject. " The treaty between St Domingo and Great ...
THE WORKING CLASSES OF GREAT BRITAIN. Their present condition, and the means of their Improvement and Elevation. A Prize Essay. By the Rev. Samuel G. Green, A. B. CHAPTER IV. — VARIED ASPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 28 January 1851
THE WORKING CLASSES OF' GREAT .: BRITAIN. ' \ ? Their present condition, and the means of their, / Improvement and Élévation! A Prize Essay. , By thc Rev. Samuel G. Green, A.B: r 8 i CHAPTER IV.--VARIED ASPECTS. (Continuedfrom our last.) |¡ A hostile attitude, however, is always an atti- tude of discontent ; and the antagonism of our i working classes to existing systems is essentially ! a posture of expectation. Weary of negative doc I trines, they are longing for the assertion of some i principle that shall guide them to a better state of ! society, in which it shall be possible to do more than ! struggle or resist. Ten years ago, thousands of them fancied they had discovered their ideal in ! theories of Socialism. They have since awakened, ! and lo ! it is a dream ! But they are waiting yet. The Ten Hours' agitation, the Anti-Corn Law movement itself, so fur as they participated in it, were but occasional outlets of an eagerness :which any fair promise of social regeneration nay,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 January 1851
FOR' RALE ÖY- THE ; UNDERSÏGrNEP Forster's doublei-strapped spade ' Sidenway's spades Common spades and shovels various sizes. . '&lt; HENRY PARKES, * . ' t . Hunter-street. T\RESSING CASES,-A beautiful assortment ? I / of ladies' and gentlemen's rosewood, plain and ornamental, just received. . HENRY PARKES, ' Hunter-street. Ttae Market Gardiners'Testimonial to J.N. Brown, Esq. ' ; " ; ¿ ; .' \ ' :. THE Subscribers to the Testimonal presented : to John Neathway Brown, Esq., on the,27th instant, are informed that the CUP and "the MEDAL remain for public inspection at Mr. Nobbs' the Gardeners' Arms. lnnR York-street, Sydney. January 28. 173 SAUCES. ANCHOVY, Harvey, Beefsteak, Reading, Union, Worcester,.Tomata, King of Oude,' John Bull, Royal, Davis,. Mushroom and Walnut Ketchup, Indian Soy, Ch'etney. S. PEEÎK AND CO., 172 Importers and Dealers. ROOK SALT. FOR SALE Twenty-five Tons ROOK SALT. Applv to ! JOHN MACNAMARA, . ! 168 Queen-street. SALES BY AUCTION. French Boots and Sh...
COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 January 1851
.', COASTERS INWARDS. . Jannary. 28.-Opposum, 18, Brown, from Bris- " bane, Water, .with 450 bushels shells ; Echo,' 22, Robinson, from Shoalhaven, with 14 tons potatoes, 120 bushels wheat, 200 bushels corn,' 7 kegs butter, S cans boney ; Currency Lass, 20, Green,1 from Shoalhaven, with 19 tons potatoes, Cignet,: 30,'Laurence* fronv Wollongong,-'with 221 sides leather, 200 bags wheat, 150 bags potatoes, 4 tons ' bark, and 1 cask honey ; Henry, 15, Bridson, from - Shoalhaven, with. 12 tons potatoes, 3 tons maize; Elizabeth, ,36, Tyrrel,'from Newcastle, with .40 tons'coals : Wave, 17, Halerow, from Shoalhaven, witli^ni' tons .p^^toes, 10 cwt. onions, 3 kegs butt»£ j' .Fancy, jjfy Brown,; from Merimbula, with 3é bales'of,wool,. 10^ bushels wheat; Victory, 19, .Fisher, from, Brisbane. Water, with .5000 feet timber, 'Ï500 'shingles; Àmphitrite, 17, Baxter, from' '^helV'Harbour, ? with 150 bags wheatr 20 bags corn; ¿ tóns! potatoes ; ..Jane. Williams,. 33¿ Rowlands,' ff?«? * Newcastle, ; ...
CONFESSION OF ONE OF THE MURDERERS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 January 1851
CONFE8SI0X 'OF ONS . OF THE MURDERERS,; ' It will be satisfactory to the' public to know that the above dreadful xwoUrtence* is now completely brought to light by the confession of'."qne^ of* the guilty parties.' /Although " verylittlei ' moral doubt existed that the persons! who are in custody were in reality the'authors of the crime, yet; there was very great difficulty iii obtaining the necessary, legal evidence to establish their guilt, arid it is possible that they might have escaped "justice"" if one of them had not made a confession. xOf this fact there is not the least doubt, and tWfollow* jng'particulars upon the subject may be relied upon. It appears that on Monday afternoon Hiram Smith, one of the ? four ' men'in custody itpon the charge of murdering Mr. Holiest, ex- pressed a desire to see Mr. Keene, the governor of Guildford gaol, where he is confined, Btating that lie had something of importance to comm uni cate to him. Mr. Keene accordingly went to him in his cell, an...
THE INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 January 1851
ina INQUEST. . At half-post 2 o'clock Mr. 0. J. Wood,, the coroner for. West Surrey, held an inquest on the body at the White Hurt, near Frimley Green. The jury having been sworn, tho coroner briefly addressed them on the painful nature of the in ?uiry, after which the evidence of Mrs. Holiest, who waa unable to attend in person,) Riobard Giles, a Bervant in the'family, of deceased, Mr, Surgeon Davies, and Mary GÔldstone, a servant in a neighbouring family, was taken. The first throe witnesses boro evidonco only to the particu- lars stated above. Mary GolJstono said-"I live with Mr. Maybury, at Frimley.' At ' half past 12 o'clock oii Friday last, I was in the second floor of tho bouse, at the window looking into the street. I saw threo men standing op- posite ; they appeared to bo iu deep conversation ; one bsd on » green felt bat, »nd » pair of Hgbt trouser» ; another bod on » oap, the Mme a« be. bas on nor. The third I did not notice, They are the same persons I have seen here to-...
NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 January 1851
NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. .The Rodolph sohooner, and'. Countess of .Minto, barque, were ready for sea to proceed to this port. The Rodolph for Panama, anet the- Countess of Minto for San Francisco. : The vAnn: would sail about Thursday, next for San "Francisco. The Java- for, the same place, the George Hume for Panama ready to go under the shoot.
ADELAIDE, SHIPPING CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 January 1851
ADELAIDE, SHIPPLNGh CLEARANCES. January .14.-Acis, sohooner, 92 tons, Captain ' Lo Santerne, for San Francisco with flour and broad. Passenger-Captain Kemp. ' Jan. 14. Standerings, barque, 270 tons, Captain Woodstock for London. .Passenger-Mr J. K. Smith,' with ¡ wool and copper ore, tiles, &o., &lt;feo., ingots of copper. .
No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 January 1851
The Noveau Jacques.Cartier brings us the first importation of the Madagascar sugar, at least of this particular kind. . It nearly resembles. , the crushed loaf.:sugar, and is. pf a: very superior; quality. We hail this tis a happy omen of iuture imports of the .same, description. . Spoke the Sacramento, this morning about 45 miles off the - Heads; she was bound frofai . Adelaide to Port Phillip. Through the kindness of Captain Cartier ; we- we'ro allowed, to inspect an apparatus for couverting salt water into fresh. Its quality was equally as good as our fresh-water. This is a groat saving, in. point of Btowage. The crew are suppliedi with fresh, ¡.water, even for the washing of their clo.thes. Í This is effected by distillation; and from the ship's coppers. Tho machine will yield 12 : hogsheads, pf water in-24 hours; - Its medicinal properties have been heretofore, lengthily discussed, so we leave them to, the faculty. ' ;, One of the.ships to the northward was supposed to be the T...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 January 1851
DEPARTURES, ., January, 28,-Diana, ¿brig; 103 tons, Captain - Peake, for Melbourne; ; Passengers-Mri Esmond Mr. Ritchie, Mr. Glen wright;5 Mrs.Peake; Miss Vaughan, Miss Hayes, Mrs." Solomons, Mr. and Mrs. .tracy, Michael Tracy, Johanna Tracy, Miss D'Arcy, Mr. Byrnes, Mr. Baker, James Ovens, R. Reynolds, R. Oldfield, Robert Barber. January 28.-Emma, brig, 121 tons, Captain Fox, for Auckland. Passengers-Mr. Clendon, Miss Armstrong,. Mr: Wright, Mr. Busby, ' Mr. Pedarft'Mr.^atb.an, Mr. Frodshajn, Mr. Stedow,, George Wright, Thomas Wright. Joseph Brown, j. Garty, James Etherington; ' " . January 28.-William, brig, 121 tons, Captain Coffey, for Launceston." Passengers-Mr. .Lingard, Mr. W. Smith, Mr. William Ledgate, Mr. W. G, Donaldson; Mr. and Mrs. A . Mills1, Mr. and Mrs. J.*-Mills, one Master and two Misses Mills, Mr. J. ' Davis, " Mrs; Fisher, Miss F. Fisher, Mrs. Skey, Elizabeth ' and' Margaret Gullen, ' ' Miss \Ryan¿ Mr. William Ledgate, junior. ";; , . .' ' . . i ''~Janïwry'''28:~...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 January 1851
? unravelnrrzixxoE vow . ( ARRIVALS. JAMÎMM; 28,-Le Noveau Jacques Cartier, * .bip, 402 tons, Captain Jacques Cartier, from ' Madagascar iBt September, arid Adelaide' the 7th . instant. Passenger-Mr. Windsor.* A* '"; "' ' The two vessels signalised tó. Jtjbe^north-? ward at sundown were not likely toen^,the Heads until to-day. ." ' ' I T" .";,.".'"...?'.;
THE EMPIRE. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1851. VICTORIAN BOUNCE. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 January 1851
THE EMPIRE. -," WEDNESDA Y, JANUAR Y 29,. 1851. VICTORIAN BOUNCE. THE Melböürue Argus of the 21st instant has, an article on the Anti-Transportation Conference in which, as . is the wont of that Journal, whenever occasion offers for a word on the convict question, an unlimited amount of abuse is bestowed on Sydney. We do not re- member an article, against Transportation in the columns of the Argus, which had I not a friendly taste of this sort. And when our contemporary is thoroughly in the vein for such sport, he can, to do him justice, get,up as pretty an exhibition of Colonial bounce as one could ever hope to witness. "> We drove away the Randolph! . and the : Sydney 'people eagerly picked ^ up . the filth which w.e flung from'us." This is the burthen of the song which to. him will never grow a burthen,-rthis is the witch's straw which he is ever raving at, and-cannot get over, -the eternal lullaby, of his, baby fancies. Now wehave a hearty respect for our respec- table contem...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 January 1851
MR. THOMAS A. NÉ\VALL has been ap pointed SHIPPING REPORTER to this paper. . Empire Office,;'January 18. '? MR. EDWARD FERRIS has been appointed COLLECTOR to TUE EMPIRE, and is au-' "thorised to receive .moneys on account of the pro*, proton; ." .... &''>fi '. *\* Etnpire Office, Hunter-street, January 21, 1851. ' '? ;«:
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 January 1851
COMMERCIAL IMTEUiIOENCE. XiAoncBSToir MARKETS, JANUARY 18.-The market remains stationary. Wheat is worth frqmj 5s. to 5s.' 3d. ; since pur last we have heard of. as Sale for cash, pf 200Ó bushels at 5s. Oats ares '"idling at .from "Ss. to 3s.' \6d. j a parcel of new . 'oats have been purchased at the former figure? Barley scarce. Fine flour has been sold at £12 10s. per' ton, 'without' bags ; seconds, £11 per ton. New hay,'from £3 to £3 5s.-Launceston Examiner, January 18. - . -HOBART TOWN, JANUARY 14.-The . wheat market is in a fluctuating state, and no certain . quotation .can be given. An actual sale took , place.pti Saturdayat 6s., and. another on Ijfonday 'at^K^^i'pçuÀ^M^ ' Oats are at from 3s. 9d, .4sVp^r'busnéj.''á'nd barley at the same. i'Both-jil demand. 'Plour. £ 15 to £16 per ton.Potatoes are at from £6 to £7 per ditto;, hayr at five guineas.-Courier. ,
PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 January 1851
PORTLANP. \Vooh VESSELS.-It will bo seen bolow that those.vessels ure rapidly filling up. Tho number of balea already . shipped, are, on board the Britannia,' 800 bales; tho Princess Boyal about 700 ditto ! tho,Cornelius, 355 ditto; the Essex 150 ù\Hii.'~-Purlîtiud OsUti'iUaiiy January 17. ' GuAwo-The Sir Edmund Head, a fin« Mw K)l «bip, cleared out at Melbourne fer rabay, put into tbi» port on , Tuesday, andr anchored mid-way between the town and the Lawrence!, It ia the intention of the Captain, we believe, to take in a cargo of guano from the island.-Ibid.
Agents for the Empire. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 January 1851
Agrents for the Empire. SYDNEY AND THE SUBURBS-Jfr. James Alexander, . Botany-st,Chippendale; Mr. Edward Knight, Painter, George-street South, near the; Hay . Market ; Mr. Samuel Weldon, corner of Bur- dekins Terrace and South Head Road. BATHOBST.--Mr. -Charles James, bookseller, Wil Mamrstr.eet;. and Mr. J.R. Jonesi George street. ? ? DUNGOG.-Mr. Thomas Hanna, Postmatter. DAPTO.-J/r. John M'Rae, storekeeper! ¡GUNDAOAÍ.-Jfr.'//. if. Turnbull, ditto. MURRURUNDI,-Mr. A. Brodie, Postmaster.. PORT'FAIRY.-Mr, Edmund Gleeson, storekeeper. PARRAMATTA.-Mr.\BlughTaylor.' 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 Davis, Old Commercial , 'Store, Sloane-street. - fivNDEROO.-Mr. Edgar, Postmaster. ' ' .#* Agents will be appointed in all other parts of the Colony, as soon as practicable.. .
Gardeners' Calendar for January. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 January 1851
Oardenfers'' Calendar for January. GARDEN.-Plant brocoli, celery, cabbages, cauli , . flowers ;. sow turnips, cabbage, spinach, Preach beans. FIELD.-Clear maize land, break up ground for 1 ' wheat, barley, turnips, and potatoes ; about the' end of the month tobacco will be fit for cutting
Police office. Tuesday, January 28. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 January 1851
' roíloe Office; Tuesday, January 28. THE Mayor took his seat precisely at nine o'clock, and, proof against the doleful pleas recorded, having reference to yesterday's enticing exhilira tions, disposed of twelve cases in the ordinary ' manner,by awarding fine ar imprisonment.' ' A DROP ON THE SLY.--john' Bryen, a private in the 11th Regiment,'was placed in the dock, charged with being illegàlly'i ?0iV the premises of; Mr. Robert Cooper, of'Paddington. The soldier' confessed his fault, statingVthatjiiduriug a fit of intoxication he had inadvertently just dropped in," to the gardens of Junjper Hajl,,and regretted having alarmed the inmates ."ofj,.the' adjoining . house. ' His Worship discharged the'prisoner with a caution. ." .'" ASSAULTING A MAGISTRATE IN THE EXECUTION &nbsp; OF HIS DUTY.;-An individual named Frederick Edwards was committed to take his trial for the above offence. Constable Boddery deposed that he saw tbe prisoner throw a stick or a stone at the Inspector of ...
Barclay and Perkins's Draymen. NEW VERSION. (From Punch.) [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 January 1851
Barclay and Perkins's Draymen. NEW "VERSION. (¡From Punch.) V ' A. General there was on Austria's side, i A Baron who ruth did lack, man, J He hang'd brave soldiers, and tan-his hide !.. . . i He wallopp'd the female back, mau... ' ¡ t / Whether he ever did much in fight, .&lt;>;V ; ; Is more than I'm able to say mari ; .t But I know, that he nearly got killed outright, f ? By Barclay and Perkins's Draymen. ..'";,/',' ...", \'t Our Baron bold, who whopp'd the fair, '..>? i Of hanging who had the knack, man, ; Came over hero to England, where He could have no ladies to whack, man ; Por gibbet and halter in vain he sigh'd,' At hanging unable to play, man, So in quest ot' amusement, a visit he tried To Barclay and Perkins's draymen. Tho British Drayman's blood boils high, Gn woman, a whip if you crack, mau. ; It makes him mad-the reason why 'Tis tho act of a dastard black, mun. Accordingly his fury rose, When the Baron came in his way, man, And his eyes llash'd fury and "...