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

THE UNIVERSITY BILL. ' Why all this opposition to the University Bill? In ?what do the principles of the Bill now before the Legis lative Council differ from those upon which.the approved . -of, and much lauded London University is founded?' These are questions which we have heard asked by several, and as we are aware that many approve of this JJ1U uu -ttwuuub ui bne supposea mentity or its principles with those upon which the London University was established, we.will devote a few lines to a reply to these questions, that our readers may not be- blinded by the delusion of such supposed identity. As to our opposition' to the Bill in its present shape, we reply, that we object to it on the ground of its really illiberal and exclusive character. 'Tis true that it professes the ufimnst. '' liWnlJf.v on.-l t.rt afford to ail classes, without distinction of creed or polities, the opportunity of securing to themselves such an education as will qualify ' them for the learned and scientific...

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LECTURE ON THE DENOMINATIONAL SYSTEM OF EDUCATION. (To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 12 September 1850

LECTUHE ON THE DENOMINATIONAL SYSTEM OF EDUCATION. (To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier.} gIRj — Jt has been pointed out to me that nay original design of ?enabling .the inhabitants of Brisbane to hear both sides of the ques tion of' National Education will be defeated, unless I give as much publicity to my lecture as has been given to that of my friend Mr, Duncan. In handing it, therefore, to you for publication, I may remark that, as it was written during the spare moments of a rather busy time, it is not likely to be creditable to your columns, as a composition. I trust, however, that the arguments it contains are sufficiently clearly stated to enable those who are interested 'in the question of Education to take a juster view of the National System than might otherwise have been in their power. With Ibis apology for the rather obvious imperfections of the lecture, 1 remain, sir, your most obedient servant, J. WALLACE. Ma. Chairman, Ladies, Gentlemen of the Schooi. of Arts, ...

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

BIRTH. On the 8th instant, at her residence, Liverpool-street, Mrs. Michael Butler, of a son.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 19 September 1850

METROPOLTTAN;AND COUNTIES PERMANENT / INVESTMENT^ AND BUILDING SOCIETY. TEMPORARY HEAD OtfEICE, 358, TERRY'S BUILDINGS, PITT STREET. li '?'.? A ' : -? ' 'TRUSTEES :— Mr.. David Jones ' '?'?? '?'-'?' ' ' Mr. Edward Hunt ' ''??' ' -'' l ' ;'j . Mr. Ambrose Foss DIRECTORS:-- .. -Mr. David Jones, Chairman , . ( Mr. Edward Hunt, Deputy Chairman ? .. Mr/'A.. Campbell Brown Mr. G. E. R. Lingard 'Mr. Rowahd Ronald Mr. Ambrose Fobs Mr. J. B. Rundle Mr. George Chisholm Mr. R. M. Robey. SOLICITORS :~ Messrs. Young and Billyard, STANDING- COUNSEL :— George Smyth, Esq., Barrister-at*-Law. * .. SURVEYOR:— ; '?'?-a,. ' Mr. John Bibb. I . .... ?..;'. BANKERS: MANAGER:—; ; Mr. Robert A. Fitzgerald. r|T HE serious objections to terminable Societies do not p apply to this Society. Its leading features are— 1. The Society being a permanent: one, persons may become shareholders at any time, and no back subscriptions or in creased entrance fees can be demanded. . 2. The subscriptions on investing shares ...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 19 September 1850

SYDNEY MARKETS. Poultry.— Fowls, from 2a. to 2s. 6d. per couple ; ducks, 3«. 6d. to 4s. 6d. ; geese, 4s. Od. to 5s. Od. ; pigeons, 8d. ; turkeys, 7s. to 9-. Cd. ; wild ducks 2s. to 2s. 6d. ; roasting pigs. Is. lOd. to 2s* 3d. each. Dair? Produce. — Fresh butter, 6d. to 8d. ; salt, 4d. to 5-1.,; inferior, Od. to Od. per 1b. ; cheese, 4d. to 5d. ; bacon, 4£d. to 5d. ; lard, 4d. ; eggs, 6dk per dozen. Vegetables — Potatoes, 3s. Od. to 4s. 6d. per cwt. ; cabbages, 8d. to 2s. Od. per dozen ; cauliflowers, Os. ; lettuces, 5d. to 6'd. ; turnips, 6d to 8d. ; parsley, Id. to 2d. per bunch ; celery, Is. Od. to la. 6d. per dozen , leeks, Is. per dozen ; parsnips, Is. ( d. per dozen ; carrots, Is. 6d. per dozen ; pumpkins, 2s. 6d. to 3s. Od. per dtzen ; peas, 3s. to 4s. per bushel ; onions, 20s. to 24s. per cwt. Fruit.— Oranges, 2d. to 4d per dozen. Lemons. — Lisbon, 2d, to 4(1. ; loquats. 2s. to 2s. 6c3. per basket ; bananas, 0s. per dozen. Wholesale Prices of Timber.— Hardwood, from 8s. 6d, t...

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 19 September 1850

COASTERS OUTWARDS. \ September 11. — Bride, 19, Bowden ; Cricket Player, 12, Loutit, v;, both for the Hawkesbury. ;/| September 13. — Victory, 19, Fisher, for Brisbane Water ; J William the Fourth, steamer, 54, Sullivan, for Wollongong; l,*i Echo, 22, Robinson, for Shoalhaven ; Neptune, 15, M'Pherson, JJK for Broulee ; Beppo, 24, Dones ; Clarissa, 60, Campbell ; William, £| S21, Damon ; Warlock, 43, Gibson : Australia, 45, Williams ; $1 Elizabeth, 36, Tyrrel, all for Newcastle. M Sepsemher 14. — Newport Packet, 10, Norman ; Phantom, 23, |§ Settree; Plover, 9,. Kohler; Sylph, 23, Lucey; Traveller, 9, §| ? Edwards, all for Brisbane Water. , fty September 16.— Prosperous. 15, Roberts, for Broulee. 1 September 17, — Henry, 15, Bidson, for Shoclhaven ; Mary ?0 Ann, 14, Farrier, for Brisbane Water ; Emma, 22, Norton, for *5t Newcastle. ? ''

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WHO IS THE CORRUPTER? [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 19 September 1850

WHO IS' THE TCOEEFFTER? (-From tKe 'Examiner') At a publie meeting held in Dublin, conveaed to agi tate against the abolition of Viceroy alty, Mr. H. Grat tan made this statement in support of a charge of general corruption against the Imperial Parliament : — ' He could assert that'on one occasion when he sat on a com mittee of the House of Commons, he was offered a bribe of £5000 ; but he rejected the base bribe in the British House of Commons (Applause.) He was ready to state how it occurred. The House of Commons sat with closed doors on the jobbing of two of their own members, and- only decided by a majority oi one whether those members should.be acquitted -of the charge or convicted of infamy for life.' It thus implied that the majority for the acquittal of the accused members was obtained by bribery, not having been so scrupulous as Mr. Grrattan. Can so grave, so disgracefnl a charge be suffered to rest here ? Is it - not due to the character of parliament that the charge shoul...

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 19 September 1850

COASTERS INWARDS. September 11. — Neptune, 15, Millram, from Brisbane Water. September 13. — -Elizabeth, 36, Tyrrel; Australia, 45, Williams ; Paterson Packet, 41, Brown ; William, 21, Damon ; Queen, 14, West, all from Newcastle; Sylph, 23, Lucey; Victory, 19, Fisher, both from Brisbane Water ; William the Fourth, steamer, 54, Sullivan, from Wollongong. September 14. — Catherine, 20, Cumber ; Rover, 15, Shaw, both from the Hawkesbury; Newport Packet, 10, Norman; Phantom, 23, Sestree ; Plover, 12, Kohler ; Traveller, 9, Ed wards ; Gitana, 15, Foster, all from Brisbane Water ; Brothers, 27, M'Cauley ; Edward, 29, Hutton ; Coquette, 72, Johnstone ; Twin Sisters, 25, Cox, all from Newcastle. September 16. — Trial, 23, Bamford, from Newcastle ; High lander, 28, Williams ; Diligence, 26, Johnson, both from Broulee. September 17. — Waterwitch, 37, Roberts, from Broulee ; Emma, 1 22, Mahon, from Newcastle : - William the Fourth, steamer, 54, Sullivan, from Wollongong.

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Legislative Council. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 19 September 1850

3Ugi0l&titoe woiituiL THURSDAY. 1 he Repor-t of the Select Committee on Banking and Currency was brought up by the Chairman,. Mr. Lamb,, and was ordered to be printed. The Color. ial Secretary laid upon the table a series of returns relating to Crown Land Sales, Assessment^ &c.,. and combining other statistical information with reference to the Northern Districts. A Bill lor continuing for a limited' time the present: laws affecting Masters and Servants was brought up by Mr.. Nichols, in pursuance of leave previously obtained. This Bill was read a first time,, and was ordered for second The Distillation Bill,, transmitted by Message from his Excellency the Governor,, was read a second time, and having been passed through Committee without alteration, was ordered for third reading, on Wednesday. f he- Colonial I reasurer having now proposed to go into Committee upon the Estimatus,. Dr. Lang, in accordance with the notice which he. had previously given^. rose to. move ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 19 September 1850

aiij»|)ttt0 fitttelUgett^ ? . ARRIVALS. September IS. — Maria Soames, barque, 785 tons, Captain Naylor-, from Hobart Town the 7th inst. September 15.— Albion, schooner, 84 tons, Captain Robson, from Sourabaya the 20th July. September 15.-~Rhone, American ship, 510 tons, Captain Green, from San Francisco the 26th July. September 16.— » Wild Irish Girl, brig, 125 tons, Captain Stanes, from Adelaide the 6th inst. September 17.^— Mcukin, brig, 106 tons, Captain Bowden, from Port Phillip the 1.2th inst. September 17. — Diana, brig, 103 tons, Captain Peake, from Port Phillip the 12th inst. September 17. — Argyle, ship, 585 tons, Captain Irvine, from Port Phillip the 12th inst, '- September 17. — Lady Peel, barque, 593 tons, Captain Fraser, from Port Phillip the 11th inst. DEPARTURES. September 13. — Justina, Dutch bcrque, 235 tons, Captain Pace, for Sourabaya. September 13. — Prince of Wales, brig, 112 tons, Captain Innen, for Melbourne. September 13. — Symmetry, barque, 294 tons, Captain...

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FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 19 September 1850

FRIDAY. ??' . [ The accounts of South Head Road Commissioners, and a series of returns relative to the Convict Establishment at Cockatoo Island was laid upon the table by the (Colonial Secretary, and were ordered to be printed. Petitions were presented by Mr. Allen from the in habitants of Sydney, Appin, Picton, Campbelltown, iPenrith and Camden., containing in all ,3000 siguatures, praying that the University Bill might not be passed into law unless its principles were so far changed as to place the proposed '?University in the same position and upon the same model as the University of London. Mr. Wentworth moved the following resolutions : — 1.- That in the , opinion of this House the augmented scale of remission money now in force under tlie sanction of the Lords' Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury ought to be applied to all Military, Naval, and Medical Officers of Her Majesty's and the Honorable East India Company's services, who left their re spective services on or after ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 19 September 1850

WORTHY THE ATTENTION OP PARENTS, AND ALL WHO HAVE THE CARE OP CHILDREN. RAMSAY'S MEDICATED SPICE NUTS, the most pleasant, safe, and efficacious medicine for eradicating and destroying Intestinal Worms of every description, clearing the bowels of the slimy matter in which they are bred, purifying and correcting the habit, &c. Also : — HARDS' FARINACEOUS FOOD, For Infants, Invalids, and Persons with Impaired Digestion, manufactured by James Hards, Dartford, miller to her Ma jesty. Copy of one of several Testimonial : — ? _ I have carefully examined, and repeatedly prescribed 'Hards' * arinaceods Food,' * which is preparedfrom the most nutritious of the Cereal grains. It combines both nitrogenfeed and non lntrogenized alimentary principles, and forms a very valuable food for Children and Invalids. 'JOHN PEREIRA, M.D., F.R.S., 'Assistant Physician to the London Hospital, ? '47, Finsbury-square, July 1, 1843.' Sold by P. F. MORGAN. Wholesale and Retail Chemist and Druggist, .m „ ...

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TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 19 September 1850

TUESDAY. Ten members only (two short of a quorum) being ' present at half-past three the Council separated without j going into business.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 19 September 1850

IMPOUNDING^. I Bungendore. — From the Currendooley Estate, on the dru | September, for tresspass in open pasture land ; tresspass 3d .— 1 Grey horse, switch or light coloured head, long switch tail, end | light coloured, near hind foot white, branded like WIP neck, 5 I shoulder off side. If not claimed and released, he will be sold at I the public pound, on Friday, 27th Septembe. OAven Byrne. % 6d- | bathurst. — un the 5th September: — BrOAvn poley Duiioi*), | illegible brand, star, ears torn, aged ; red and white cow, yearling I calf, illegible brand off rump, 4 years qld, ; yellow heifer, ' | branded not legible, 2 years old ; yellow heifer, if branded not | legible, 2 years old ; red and white heifer, like DS off ruirip, * | years old ; red and Avhite heifer, TR near, rump, 2 years old i | damages 6d. each ; black mare, WF off shoulder, DM near | shoulder, 2 years oldj 15 hands high ; damage's Is. ; chesnut ally. I like SB near shoulder, s.tar, 2 years old, 15 hands high ; dainag...

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WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 19 September 1850

WEDNESDAY. A petition was presented by Mr. Nichols from the mail contractors of the southern line, praying for the erection of a bridge over the Yass River. A petition from 140 inhabitants of East Maitland, against the passing of the Sydney University Bill in its present shape. Similar petitions were presented by Mr. Darvall from 200 inhabitants of Bathurst, 278 inhabitants of East Maitland, 47 inhabitants of Berrima, and 38 inhabitants of Newcastle. A petition was presented by Mr. Ponaldson from a number of settlers beyond the Murrenbidge, praying for a detachment of the native police to be stationed among them. The Sydney Corporation Bill was recommitted, besides undergoing a number of minor alterations, two charges of importance were made in the bill upon the motion of Mr. Wentworth. The first of these was the introduc tion of the principle of nomination, instead of rendering the poll imperative, as at present, in all cases. The second was a resumption of the principle as to the ...

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Ecclesiastical Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 19 September 1850

(&ccle$ia$tical EnteiUgenre. f§ Accessions to the Catholic Church. — The Times states, jjj that two estimable clergymen, highly beloved and respected for, | their amiable character, and the exemplary discharge of their | sacred duties, Avere received at Rome, in Easter week, into the \ Catholic Church. Their names are, the Rev. John Uenn £ Wynne, B.C.L., Felkw of All Soul's College, and' the Rev. JanieJ J Laird Patterson, M.A. of Trinity College. | Death of the Karl of Koscommon. — This, melancholy event 1 took place on the 15th inst., at his residence, Fitzwilliam Lodge, | Black Rock, in his 52nd year, after a protracted illness. It yill | be a gratification to learn, that for some time before his decease, | the lamented Earl abjured the heresy of the Church of England* | as by laAv established, and received the graces and consolations I which the Apostolic Church of ages can only impart to those of | the ' One Fold under the One Shepherd,' through the ministry; | of the cu...

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Poet's Corner. LINES ON SEEING O'CONNELL REPRESENTED LYING IN STATE IN POLLARD'S EXHIBITION OF WAX WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 19 September 1850

liJo*f0 arorner* LINES ON SEEING o'CONNELL REPRESENTED LTINO IN 8TATB lit tOLLARD'a EXHIBITION OF WAX WORKS. By the late M. M. Doyle. Tis he ! 'tis he ! approach and trace The glories of that ample brow ! Behold that well remembr'd face — But oh! how still and changeless now ! , . That face, whose rare expression shone ; With rays beyond the painter's art ! Those lips whose mighty magic won , The world's applause — a nation's heart V 'Tis he ! but oh ! that boundless mind — - That changeless soul for ever fled ! The mute l'emains of one enshrin'd' Among, the noblest of the dead; ! To every land his name belongs, Tho' fondly claim' d by one alone ; He liv'd for all, as though the wrongs Of ev'ry country were his own !' Oh! who that views his calm.- repose^— His solemn silent place of rest — That tranquil head — those hands that close; So nerveless o'er his shrouded breast Would think how well that, head could sway It's crownless empire o'er the land ? Here' tongues that never prais'd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 19 September 1850

Colonial Secretary's Office, ? Sydney, 4th September, 1850. NAVIGATION OF THE RIVER MURRAY. ? JL T the instance of the Grovernmenb of South Aus J~!%i tralia, His Excellency the Governor has been ^pleased; to direct the publication of the following notice, offering bonus for the successful navigation of the River Murray, by means of Steamers. ' By His Excellency's Command, E. DEAS THOMPSON. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Steam Navigation of the River Murray. .Extract Minute of the proceedings of the Legislative Council, at its Session on the 6th June, 1850 : — Moved by .Captain Bagot, seconded by the Colonial Secretary^ and carried — ?; That His Excellency be requested to place the sum of £4000 upon the Estimates of 1851, for the purpose of granting a bonus of £2000 each, for the first and second Iron Steamer, ' of not less than forty-horse power, and not exceeding two feet draft of water when loaded, that shall successfully navigate the waters of the River Murray from the Goblwa to (at least) ;th...

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IRELAND. TO MY CLERICAL AND BAY CORRESPONDENTS ON THE SUBJECT OF "UNION," OR AN "IRISH, POPULAR, ACCREDITED PARTY. Ballyfeard House, Carrigaline, Cork, May 7th 1950. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 19 September 1850

IK ELAND.. TO MY CLERICAL AND LAY CORRESPONDENTS ON THE SUBJECT OF 'UNION,' OR AN 'IRISH, POPU LAR, ACCREDITED- PARTY. Ballyfeard House, Carrigalihe-- : Cork, Mav 7th 1950. My Lords and Gkntleman. — It is the peculiar privilege- of a rightful effort, that success will'not enlarge,, nor failure diminish, the measure of its merit. The very obstructions which ap pear to resist its progress, but tend' frequently to expedite its triumph. Our efforts to; ' create an Irish, Popular, Accredited Party, willing to contend for the livt-s and liberties nf the People, and equal to the task.' may be retarded' by th'eapathy of some, may be obstructed by the. criminality of others,, but cannot be ulti mately defeated by either or both. Magna est veritas et prevalebit. You' have1 seen Mr. Jolin O'Cnnnfill's answer-to mv Ifittpr. in which he publishes an official veto on the-Union of Repealers, . and an irrevocable negative 'on our project of arbitration. But': men who are determined to ascend a moun...

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ON SEEING THE REMAINS OF TOM STEELE, REPRESENTED LYING IN STATE BESIDE THOSE OF HIS BELOVED LEADER O'CONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 19 September 1850

ON SEEING THE REMAINS OF TOM STEELE, REPRESENTED. LYING* IN STATE BESIDE THOSE OF HIS BELOVED LEADER O'CONNELL. Serenely he sleeps in his last quiet dwelling— - Dnited again with his leader and guide ! How blissful his rest — if the dead could have feeling— ? To know that his chieftain repos'd by his side ! Bereft of that chieftain, all' earth could afford him No glimmer of joy his lone spirit tochear,— And thus for a year and a moon to deplore him, Then sunk in his sorrows to sleep, with him here ?!'..,; No more shall his brow by those sorrows be, shaded ! ? Consoling thV thought that while life's sunny hue, Too early alas ! from* his feature hath faded -: The cloud that: o'er hung them^hath passed away too-f For oh ! what a calmness — how solemn and holy — Prevails o'er his slumbers ! 'twould seem as if now. The spirit of Peace that he worshipp'd so truly Presides o'er his pillowj and hallows his brow ! How deep was the grief of his country to lose him The tribute she pays to his-...

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