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NATURAL PROVISIONS FOR PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 January 1851
NATURAL PROVISIONS FOR PEACE. PROM tho ráin-drop world of the viewless animal- cule, to the outermost circumference of our solar system, reaching across the whole amplitude of mind, and breathing arid breathless matter, not even the arch-enemy of man himself could find a single, natural provision for war : nor could au angel of light, following in his track, detect a single hieroglyphic that could show, that the Providence of God ever anticipated any, other condition .than perpetual peace . among men. Every relation of:time, distance, and dimensions, which our earth sustains in the solar system, has a specific relation to this condition.j), T;h.O;,shapepf its orbit, and the inclination .ofjits axis,>have not varied a hair since the morning stars saqg^.to* gether ; and in that birthday of time,,they were , fixed in that Eternal Purpose to produce that end- less variety of soil and climate, and^thnVirifinite ; chain of'reciprocal necessities,- which should 'p'ütv the human race'nti...
COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 January 1851
COASTERS! bü0WAftbs.iÄ January 28.-Oppo^um;. 18, gr own,- for ;;Brw» bane-'Wattf^.-wi^'-l^ano^eV^ Anne . Maria. 49, Capps, for&lt;the Bichmond RivW,,in ballast,*.Emily,; 30, Curetbn, for .>Newcastle7m-'M 19;'Fisher; for1 Brislwne" '.witöi^.w}ili sundries";" . Phámtorri,. 19, 'Sefctree¿ for Brisbane -Water; \ in ballast; and with, sundries ; Sjsters,.15, Book, for thé* Hawkesbury, in ballast, and with sundries; Twin Sisters, 25, Bern, for Shoalhaven, writh sun driéá ¡ ^Paterson Packet, 41, Brown, for the Pater-; son'Rivery with sundries ;, Plover, 6, Prentice,. . for Brisbane.Water, in ballast; Àraphitiite, 17,: 'Baxter, for'.Shell Harbour, with sundries ; Tamar, steamer, 130 tons, Payne, ipr Morpeth, with sun- dries.
ADDITIONAL PARTICULARS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 January 1851
ADDITIONAL PARTICULARS. Up toß o'clock last evening no further- intel- ligence relative to this dreadful tragedy bad been received by the police authorities at the chief office in Great Scotland-yard. The officers en- gaged in the case have beeu instructed,not to relax in their exertions to discover anything which. ' .may v Jead, rto;- the detection .of"the murderers,, or tend to increase the suspicion against the men at present in custody. There are some circumstan- ces in connection with these men which, not transpiring publicly on .Tuesday^ have hitherto escaped notice. It appears that they have long been known to the local police of Guildford an« Godalming.as very daring and expert thieves and the fact that they generally pursoed their nefarious operations together seems to have led to their apprehension. .When the circumstances of the attack upon Mr Holies t's house and person became known, the local police, with that acute- ness which belongs to the craft, at once suspected th...
English Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 January 1851
- J-.i IK' C 1 1 1 " 17 , ' . English .... E*tr»ot»;-.-&lt;Ä Murder of the Rsv. Ch E. Holiest, of Frimley, Surrey. FARNBOROUGH, Tuesday Night.-Proba- bly since the assassination of the Jemys, at Stanfield Hail, in the latter part of 1848, no murder has been attended with such cold-blood- ed atrocity as that which now falls to our lot to record. The scene of tile diabolical outrage is two miles from this place, and is known as Frimley Grove, and the. unfortunate deceased the Kev. George Edward Holiest, for the last 17 years perpetual curate of the pariah, a [ gentleman beloved and respected by all who knew him. It appears that on Friday night last, the reverend gentleman and his family retired to rest shortly before ll o'clock. At about 3 o'clock on Saturday morning he was awakened by a noise in his room, and on looking up; he saw. two figures at the foot of his bed. They were disguised, and had. masks over their faces. . The reverend gentleman be- lieving that it was his son...
VAN DIEMBEN'S LAND. AUSTRALIAN CONFERENCE. DEPARTURE OF THE DELEGATES—PUBLIC DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 January 1851
VAN DÏEMBN'S LAND. AUSTRALIAN CONFERENCE. DEPARTURE. OV THE DELEGATES-PUBLIC DEMONSTRATION. ' Pursuant to a notice which appeared in mir Nut, the members of the Launceston Anti-Transportation' Associations assembled st the Cornwall Hotel; on Turiday morning, for the purpose of Accompanying the Tas- manian delegete!, on hoard the steamer Shamrock, The object of the conference is well known. It is to cement in a lasting bond all the colonies of the Australian em- pires-more especially to league the whole hemisphere against the devastations of the common foe-r-transportation ; it is to be a practical illustration of the axiom "Union is strength;" and it will pronounce in terms energetic and decisive, and which will ¡lose none of their weight by being wafted across ? the ocean-"THE AUSTRALIAN ARE ONE." That the people of . Launceston regard this last step a«' the one which will liberate the land'of ^th'eir^adpption from its present posi- tion^ of degradation; was most conspicuously mani...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 January 1851
' '' . For Adelaide. ' (TO "BAIL ON THE 4TH .FEBRUARY.^ ' jAdjj£^1J}B1^ W^ KNOWN Packet. ^^MBÄ^ 182, tons, ^Wi iT«fllóp^ootninanden ' ..?^sNHHw''^"8 'TB«*t will be ready to re-, ceiyti íjiirgú on Wednesday morning, arid will sail rn* above, being under engagement with the Go vcrtimont. . , 1 . ' . For freight or passage, apply on board, at the Queen's Wharf; or, to JOHN MACNAMARA, , . ' ; Queen-street. -----:-;-'-r~.-:-' For London Direct. , To sail on. thc 10th;March. . Jár^^PrlE :well-kiio^n- regular trader .first class frigate-built ship &lt;..' ST. GEORGI!, . . 605' tons, O. M.',v J¿líii,J'onés,--Cóniinander. ', For. freight or passage - apply to the Commander on' board';'to'-'" 1 -" ' '&lt;' . ; ? MESSBS.-ïOUNa.AND CO. j or r , ¡ MONTEFIORE, GRAHAM/AND CO. jog ?????? y? ; ' FOR LoshöoMr. . FO R .WOQ !. .OIU.T. , . To.fallow.the-Commodore, and;to sail the.\5th i Februarys ?; > y . ' ?? ' Xfài'JY^ 'H. E fine A I . fafft-sailine -.ship t^^^X TR-A-FALQARi. : ; , ...
Abstract of Auction Sales. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 January 1851
Abstract of Auction Soles. THIS DAY.. Mu. PJ. FAWCETT.-At the late residence of ;Mr. 'J!.' Bay, Chippendale, Household Furniture. Mn. J. * Gr. COHEN.-At Campbell and Go.'s Wharf, at ll o'clock, TOO packages Earthen- ware, and assorted Boskèts. MR. JAMES- SIMMONS.-At...his, Mart, Market street, ut H o'clock, superior French Boots and Shoes, French Mprrócco-,Purses and Tooth Brushes, drab Cloth. MORT AND BROWN.-At their Booms, at 11 o'clock, the " Gudgenby " Station, near Quean- beyan, with 700 head Dairy Cattle, the "Cris , '"pin Arms" Inn, and five.Houses arfd'Shops in Clarence-street. ... MR. S. LYONS.-At his Mart, Chnrlolte-place, at ll o'clock, Writing-and Wrapping raper, Paste Board, &a, the. Premises occupied by Messrs Hyland and .Co., butchors, George street. Mn. THOMAS HURLEY.-At Mr. Speeding, butcher, Parramattn-street, at half-past 10 o'clock, n quantity of Household Furniture. MR. S. SOLOMON.-At his Booms, Hunter-street, nt ll o'clock, Wine Glnssos, Tumblers, Dccan...
DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 January 1851
DOMESTIC. A HINT.-" Eventually,-casually,--rhete rogeniously,-abortively," and other such terms easily intelligible within the precincts j of the,. ÇûprepiÊ Court, yet far beyond the circumscribed limits of police office lore, are the terms ordinarily employed by the newly constituted P.M. " The concatenation of self existences or the cosmogony of the, crea- tion of the world" alluded to by the author of the Vicar of Wakefield would be equally beyond the ken of the generality of persons called on, either to give evidence or receive correction in.the lower Court. . THB MOUNTED POUCE.-A few of this recently organized corps made their debut to the townspeople yesterday. The new uniform ia simple and unique-nor can the change from the cum berous Shako tb the light silver laced cap, be regarded as the least ot the im- provements effected. Lawyer Spain, having abandoned appeals to the " strong arm of the Law" means now to resort to the strong sword of tbe Dragoon-Woe to him who dis- putes...
INTERIOR. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 29 January 1851
INTERIOR. TERRIFIC'"' THUNDERSTORM. - AWFUL DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY.-Yesterdny evening; about a quarter past six o'clock, this town was visited by a most terrific storm of rain, hail, thunder, and lightning. By a few minutes alter the hour named, the wind from the south-east brought- up a cloud pó gre»« extent, which Appeared, to bang over the town/ while round in edges there teemed tb bp a considerable descent of rain, It wa» expected that it would pats away without rattfch violèrice, but the expectation was not realised. By the time first denoted, vivid flashes of the electric fluid pissed across the heavens, and heavy peals of thunder followed c[öse on them denoting that the 'spirit of th« storm had determined on expending its vio lenee on this town. The rain at first fell full and fast, but was quickly succeeded by a fall of hailstones, which were driven towards the. earth with fearful violence. Many of these were picked up and measured, some of them were found to be 4| inches i...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 30 January 1851
* Into the distinction between real and nominal wages I have not entered. The matter in this connexion is, however, well worth a pass- ing thought. The nominal wages are the money paid ; the real wages what that money will buy. And it will now buy comparatively so little, be- cause of the large deduction made by the Govern- ment in the shape of taxes and duties. There will be improvement in this respect, too, when the Commons is the House of the People. ,'
COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 30 January 1851
COASTERS INWARDS. ", January 29.^-Mary, Ann, l8, Greenfield, from Newcastle, with l8 tons coals; Jenny Lind, 33, 'Farnsworth, from Newcastle) with 45 tons coals. .Thistle, steamer, 127 tons, Mullhall, from Mor- peth, with 105 bales wood, 1 cask tallow, 5 bales sheepskin's, 31- hides, 109 bushels maize, !90 bags onions, 264 bushels barley, 156 bushels wheat, -12 bushels peas) 33 ' bags potatoes, 50 boxes can- dles, 30 trusses hay, 36 pigs, 6 calves, 12 lambs.
COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 30 January 1851
COASTERS OUTWARDS. January 29.-Mary Ann, l8, Greenfield, for Newcastle, in ballast ; Catherine, 27, Lanny, for Newcastle, with sundries ; Jenny Lind, 33, Farns- worth, for Morpeth, in ballast ; Scout, 23, Low . ther, for the William's River, with sundries ; Eagler28, Tyrell, for Newcastle, in ballast, and with snndries ; Meg Merrilie?, 80, Davies, for the Clarence River, with sundries ; Comet, 34, Collas, for the Tweed River, with sundries.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 30 January 1851
The Charlotte Jane is the first ship that has arrived here from the New Canterbury Settle- ment: She was chartered in England by the As- sociation, and took out emigrants. The barque .Cressy was lying at, Port, Littleton. The Sir George Seymour, ship, and the Undine, yacht, with the Bishop of New Zealand on board, and the Castle Eden, were daily expected. She was bringing out Bishop Jackson, the gentleman de- signated for that district. A paper was about being brought' out there, named the Littleton Times, its first issue- was to commence on the 11th instant. " In all probability we may receive a copy per ship Randolph, which is bound for this port. This augurs well, for the young colony, and we trust to hear of its advancement. Th"e Charlotte Jane signalled the ship Johnstone, on Tuesday, about 20 miles northward of the Heads, a strong current from the southward. The Waterloo will be the first ship for London. ID all probability, she will sail on Sunday next. »% The two ships and b...
THE WORKING CLASSES OF GREAT BRITAIN. Their present condition, and the means of their Improvement and Elevation. A Prize Essay. CHAPTER IV. — VARIED ASPECTS. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 30 January 1851
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. CUAPTEB IV.-VARIED ASPECTS. _ .-.; (Continued.) There are some'plain principles, which those who would achieve any social reform must ever bear in mind. These will be found more or less embodied in tho suggestions of the following pages. It is needless, therefore, "ter dwell-upon . them in the abstract now. One however, is ho important, that I may be excused for stating it here, at the risk of having variously and often to repeat it. This is, that any means adopted to secure the welfare of the working classes, must be thoroughly divested of an exclusive character. They must not, by their condescending aspect, convey tho notion of inferiority, nor by their patronising tone keep alive the spirit of subjec- tion. This, condescension aiid perpetual patron- age have done amazing inischiol. Working-class literature, working-clas...
Police Office. Wednesday, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 30 January 1851
Polio o OHiCO; Wednesday, January 29. 1 BEronK the Mayor and the Tolico Magistrate. JACKEY JACKEY-Shadoek, a reputed thief, and his companion Howell, were apprehended by Ser- geant M'Gee, of tlio detective i'urce, as being con- cerned, with two others, in the robbery of tho celebrated conipnnion of tho illustrious but un- fortunate Kennedy. The escape of their fellow cruftsmon rendered an adjournment esbontinl. LUCAS V. Siuitr.-Stubbs v. 1'rozer, under the Hackney Cnrringes Act, and the generality of other important cases have been remanded to this day.