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ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 4 July 1850

ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE. Collection for His Holiness Pius IX.— Sunday being within the Octave of tne Festival of the Apostles, St. Peter and St. Paul, the offerings of the faithful were, according to announcement, made for the temporal exigencies of the Holy See. At the Cathedral Church of St. Mary the Venerable the Archdeacon preached an in structive sermon on the primacy of St. Peter, the subject pointed out in the gospel of the day. The discourse was exceedingly rich in matter and varied in illustration, and pronounced with rapid energy, so that we can only give, to those who were not fortunate enough to he present, a very poor idea of the effect upon those who heard it. The preacher began by adverting to the acknowledged difficulties of all o-nvpmmpnts : he then showed how these were much aggravated in the case of a spiritual government, and that too, not of one province, one nation, but of the whole world, unsupported, moreover, by physical force, unassisted by any physical...

Publication Title: Freeman's Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHALL WE HAVE ONE OR TWO LEGISLATIVE CHAMBERS? [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 4 July 1850

SHALL WE HAVE ONE OR TWO LEGISLA TIVE CHAMBERS? In the gentle hint we gave to the honorable Members of the Legislative Council in our last, relative to the pro priety of a 'Dissolution,' on the receipt of the expected Constitutional Act — which hint we trust they will wisely take in good part — we were influenced by the common sense maxin, that ' no one is a judge in his own cause.' It is rather too much to expect of poor, fallen, and sel fish human nature, an impartial and just decision, when there is a question of curtailing or surrendering any por- ; tion of power or privilege hitherto enjoyed and exer cised. Persons in the fulness of authority are generally rather chary in sharing ever so little of that authority with others. It is not then unreasonable to. apprehend that the present Council, as a body, unique, uncontrolled by any other legislative check, might be unwilling to re commend a measure constituting another distinct body, with powers equal to those which it now exclus...

Publication Title: Freeman's Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HIS HOLINESS THE POPE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 4 July 1850

, HIS HOLINESS THE POPE. On New Year's Day the diplomatic corps at Naples waited npon the Pope to compliment him. M. Maninrz de la Rosa, the Spanish Ambassador, congratulated his Holiness, in the name of his col eagues, on the altered aspect of affairs, and on his restoration by the combined aid of the Catholic powers. The Pope made the follow ing reply : — ?' At the time of political and religious commotions the diplomatic . , corps was to us a crown of consolation ; at present it is a crown of joy to us, in these days in which these commotions are partly quelled, and our heart feels the sweetest consolation in repeating to you our assurances of the protounaest gratitude. We rejoice in this oppor tunity of expressing it to you, gentlemen, and of confirming it in the most explicit and sincerest manner. Generosity, nobilitj , firm ness and piety, are the distinguishing features of the conduct of the four powers who hastened in the name of Catholicism to triumph over anarchy, and to r...

Publication Title: Freeman's Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Legislative Council. THURSDAY 29th JUNE. BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 4 July 1850

%t$i&Utitot monntih THURSDAY 29th JUNE. BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. The Attorney General presented a petition from certain share holders in this Bank, praying a new Act of Incorporation. Read and received. POLICE- GOULBURN. The petition from the residents of Goulburn, praying increased Police Protection was, on the motion of the Attorney General, referred to the Select Committee on Police. JUVENILE OFFENDERS BILL. The house went into Committee on this Bill, when the several clauses were gone through, and it was ordered to be read a third time this day. The clause enacting that male juvenile offenders might be punished by a whipping was expunged at the instance or the Attorney General, who considered it as being too analogous Jo the punishment under the old convict system. SNANDING ORDERS— PUBLIC BILLS. The House went into committee on the report presented on the previous day by the Standing Orders Committee, recommending that every Bill for Cleansing, Lighting, or Paving of any...

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THE GORHAM CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 4 July 1850

THE GORHAM CASE. . This .is a great topic of conversation just now among men of all 'persuasions.' To the members of the establishment it is likely to prove one of those causes of discord and division, which ever and anon seem to shake the whole fabric to its very foundation, tending to draw the line more and more strongly between- the two great parties who are at present kept in untoward unity by motives cf convenience and the bonds of state-connexion. To Catholics the matter is one of interest only, as it bears upon the ' Catholic movement' in the establishment, a movement which has already restored many of our Anglican brethren to the church of their fathers. We do not look for any immediate fruits from a decision which the High Church party will repudiate as an act of Erastianism in no degree binding their conscience. They will remonstrate, as the Times says, ?' against the constitution of the Church of Eng land.' and that undoubted supremacy .of the Queen, as the head and supre...

Publication Title: Freeman's Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR JULY, 1850. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 4 July 1850

CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR JULY, 1850. 4 | Tfi | Of Oct. Apostles SS. Peter and Paul 5 F Oct. do. 6 Sat Octave-day, d. 7 S 7th after Pknt. s.d. 8 M St. Elizabeth, Widow, s. d. 9 Tu Of the Feria 10 W The Seven Brethren, mm., s. d. H Th St. Pius, p.m., sim. 12 F St. John Gualbert, a65, s.d. 13 s Sat St. Anaclete, p.m. sim. 14 ' S 8th after Pent, St. Bonaventure, b.c.d. d. 15 M St. Henry, conf. s.d. 15 Tu B. V. M. of Mt. Carmel, dm. 17 W St. Alexius, conf. s.d 18 TA I St. Camillus of Lellis, conf. d. 19 F I Sr. Vincent of Paul, conf. d. 20 Sat St. Jerome jEnilian, conf. d. 21 S | 9th after Pent, s.d. 22 M St. Mary Magdalene, d. 23 Tu St. Apollinaris, bp. & m. d. 24 W Vigil of St. James - 25 Th 1 Sc. James, ap. d. 2nd clas3. : 26 F St. Anne, mother of B. V M., d m. 27 Sat Office of B. V. M., in sab. 28 S 10 ch after Pent., s.d. 29 M St. Martba, v. s.d. 30 Tu St. Nazariu8 and Companions, mm. (28fch huj. s. d:) 31- W Sr.. Ignatius conf. d.

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LATE ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 4 July 1850

LATE ENGLISH NEWS. The late English news extends up to the 18th of March. There was a balance of £2,000,000 to the credit of the revenue of 1850, and a similar result was anticipated for that of 1851. A contract had been ratified with the Peninsular and Oriental. Steam Navigation Company, for the conveyance of mails to New Sonth Wales, via Ceylon and Cape Leuwin. The advocates for vote by ballot had made their annual attempt in the House of Commons. In a house of 297, the votes were, ayes 121, noes 176. . The disgraceful proceedings which had occurred on board several emigrant ships, had been brought under the notice of parliament bv Lord Mountcashel. in the House of Lords, and who moved for certain documents. The production of the required papers was not opposed by the government. Earl Grey remarked, however, that the instances animadverted on were exceptions, and that every pos* sibla means had been adopted to prevent the recurrence of such. The Pi ivy Council had, on appeal, revr...

Publication Title: Freeman's Journal
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THE SYDNEY RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 4 July 1850

THE SYDNEY RULWAY. Australia, young as she is amongst the nations .of the world; has yet in her brief history, one scarcely beyond the span of man's life — many proud eras to look back to with pride as being dates whence her present wonderful posi tion in the world owes its origin. 'We allude to those eras when her own sons and adooted sons obtained Trial by Jury, Freedom of the Press, a Free Representation, the Cessation of Transportation. We question greatly, however, if she ever had a prouder day than yesterday, or will have a greater day to refer to than that of the turning of the turf of the first Australian railway. Years hence sires and matrons will tell their children of it, rejoicing they saw the ceremony. When that great and eminent statesman, Sir Robert Peel, turned the first turf of the Trent Valley Railway, he spoke of the importance of railways, shewing how great, how in appreciable were the results they brought forth to man, both in his social as well as political sta...

Publication Title: Freeman's Journal
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 4 July 1850

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Ail letters and communications to the Editors and the Publisher must be prepaid. It is necessary tbat the writers of all communications should furnish the Editors with their real names and address Although this information is not required for publication, it ia requisite aa a uarautee of their being nuine. In order to save time, trouble, and postage, we propose to acknowledge the receipt of money letters in thia part of our paper. Received from Mr. T. C, Liverpool £1 10 0 „ „ „ M. K , Queenbeyau 2 10 0 „ ., ., J. O. S., Goulburn 5 0 0 THE THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1850. ' In Necessariis ITnitas, in Dubiis Libertas, in Omnibus Charitas.'

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SIGNS OF DECAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 4 July 1850

SIGNS OF DECAY. {From the Illustrated London News.) ., We are told, on high authority, that there is nothing new under the sun— that what has been may be again — '! that all things revolve in an old appointed circle-— that, for empires as well as for. individuals there is a period of growth and a period of decay— and that neither the mighty nor the humble can escape the operation of the invariable law which fixes a penalty for every transgres sion, and which punishes with the same severity the high and the lowlv. . A modern writer, struck with the power of these old. truths, and tracing in the past and present history of Great Britain the operation of causes. which must, in the fullness of time, produce its fall, has drawn a vivid pic ture of a New Zealander, sitting upon a ruined arch of London-bridge, and moralizing upon the fate of the once mighty empire, become as much a thing of the past as Rome, Greece, and Assyria. But when we read the eloquent page, we smile at the .predicti...

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THE "GREAT" HIGH RENT MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 4 July 1850

. THE 'GREAT' HIGH RENT MEETING. (From the Dublin Weekly Freeman. ) The Irish landlords held their meeting on Thursday, in the Round Room of the Rotundo. We give, an ex tended report of the proceedings in another portion of our impression. It will be seen by our readers that the event has fully justified our anticipations. With all their boasted sympathy for the farmers and the industrious occupants of the soil, for whose benefit it was pretended this 'great' demonstration was principally organised, the Irish landlords profess a readiness to do no more to secure the rights of industry and protect the agriculturist than to assent to a parliamentary inquiry— another of those thousand and one humbugs by which the tenant farmers have been deluded during the entire history of landlord rule in this country. The resolution on this subject, while it contains abundance of meaningless pla titudes, concludes with the practical remedy of a 'par- liamentary investigation '—a. demand for another ...

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AWFUL DISASTERS IN KILLARNEY-BURNING OF A WORKHOUSE AND LOSS OF LIFE-FALL OF ANOTHER —TWENTY-SEVEN GIRLS AND TWO WOMEN KILLED! [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 4 July 1850

AWFUL DISASTERS IN K1LLARNEY— BURNING OF A WORKHOUSE AND LOSS OF LIFE— FALL OF ANOTHER —TWENTY-SEVEN GIRLS AND TWO WOMEN KILLED ! {From the Cork Examiner.) Killarney, Jan. 19, 1850.— This town was last night the theatre of a melancholy series of events involving the destruction of human life to a very serious and de plorable extent. The capacious and beautiful building^ formerly known as 'The College,' but for months in the possession of the guardians of the poor as an hospital, was found to be on fire at ten o'clock. So effectually did the devouring element grapple with every crevice of the edifice as to leave it a blackened heap of ruins in about two hours after the alarm was first given. It con tained 162 patients in the morning and this day leaves, it is said, fifteen of them missing. No exertion that humanity could suggest was omitted on the parr of the artizans to save life, and no aid could be more efficient than that afforded by Mr. M'Lean, the superintendent of the Lunatic ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 4 July 1850

DEATHS. On the 10th of June, Joseph McCarthy, youngest son of Mr James McCarthy, of Cranebrook, aged seven years and six months. At Barrima, on the 28th of June, Mr. James McDermott, aged 50 years, after an illness of six months, which he bore with Christian patience. May he rest in peace.  

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NON-RELIGIOUS EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 4 July 1850

NON-RELIGIOUS EDUCATION. . (From the Rambler. ) The staff of newly-appointed Professors for the Irish Colleges is now before the public ; and with all their ad vantages and temptations, these much-assailed institutions are about to commence their efforts for the instruction of the youth of Ireland. ' What they will prove to be in the end, we cannot tell; and we suspect their founders know as little of the matter as we do. Lord John Russell premises arrangements which are to be satisfactory to Catholics, though to what kind of Catholics he has not thought proper to annouuee. In the mean time we see no signs, whatever of such a modification of the original plan as will make it acceptable to the Holy See, and to ill men of penetration, who,, like Pius IX, consider that educati&n divorced from religion is a thing unfit for Christians. We cannot help thinking, however, that there are, perhaps, many Catholics, both in England and Ireland, and those not bad Catholics, but good and ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY MARKETS. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 11 July 1850

SYDNEY MARKETS. WEDNESDAY. Wheat — Although there could not be said to be a scarcity of grain in the colony, yet during the past and preceding week there was. what may be termed a 'scant' supply in Sydney. The re currence of fine weather, however, has brought as ample a supply as the millers could desire into the market. The Average rale of purchase may be given at from 3s. to 3s. 9d. Maize and Oats. — The supply of the first product; is very li mited, and for old, good, and sound, 4s 6d. per bushel ia readily obtained. There baB been a recent large importation of oats from Van Dioraen's Land ; 3s. may be quoted as the current rate. Flour.— The price at the milis is— fine, £10 10s.; seconds, 9/. 10s. ; and raiticn, 81. 10s. per 2000 lbs. Potatoes. — There are heavy stocks ef colonial in the market, and the greater portion is of most inferior quality. Good colonial potatoes however realize an equal pries with the imported, for which from 51. to 51. 15s. is being given. Foragb. -This ...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 11 July 1850

SHIPPING NEWS. '??' / ARRIVALS. July 6.— Victoria, ship, 588 tons, Captain Carphin, from San Francisco, the 1st May and Horn Island the 3rd June. July 6.— Cumberland, schooner, 58 tons, Captain Wybrow, from Moreton Bay the 27th ultimo. July 8.— Mary Stewart, schooner, 73 tons Captain Somerville, from from Moreton Bay the 1st instant. | July 8.— Alcmene, brench corvette, 32 guns Uaptam 1/Harcourt \ from Tahiti 20th April, Navigators 23of May, Anatam 15th June, \ and Isle of fines the 24th June. ; July 8. — Louisa, barque, 30G tons, Captain Miller, from San \ Francisco the 9 th of May, and Honolulu the 28 May, I July, 8th. — Ann Mary, schooner 51 tons, Captain Brown, from ! Moreton Bay, the 1st instant. i July y.— Terror, schooner, 95 tons, Captain Dunning, from Laun csston the 1st instant. ' July 9.— Robert Syers, barque, 310 tons, Captain Morrison, from I Abelaide, July 29. [ - DEPARTURES. ; July 4.— Alpha, barque, 359 tons Captain Lee, for the South 1 Seas, with whaling stores, ; J...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 11 July 1850

MARRIED. On the 9th instant, at Saint Mary's Cathedral, by the Rev. John Kavanagh, Thomas Doyle, of Wagga Wagga, to Margaret Star, of Sydney. DIED. At the Catholic School House, East Maitland, on the 25th June, 1850, Mr. James Shields, aged 55 years, father-in-law of Mr. Thos. Ashton.

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COLONISATION AND THE CHURCH. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal,) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 11 July 1850

COLONISATION AND THE CHURCH. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) Gentlemen,— An article thus headed appeared in the Herald* few days since. It was an extract from the Spectator, and related to the work of an Anglican minister, who appeals' to the Establish ment on the subject of i*s duties to the colonies. The Spectator speaks the sentiments, of ' Low-Churchmen,' the writer alluded to those of ?' High-Churchmen.' It is interesting to find two such unsympathizing authorities concurring in their views with regard to the Established Church in her connexion with the colonies. Here arc a fpw spntpnrfts from each : — THE SPECTATOR. ' Mr. Wynter's production is a cheering sign of an activity which must be useful to colonization, and if responded to by his' cloth, might help to retrieve the position of the church.' «? — he brings all to bear on tbe subject, the regaining of a true pastoral position for the Church of England.' ' That the Church of England has Iame7itahly neglected its...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal. ) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 11 July 1850

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal. ) Gentl h men,— Permit one of the Settlers ?« down in the South,' to congratulate you and ourselves, that we Catholics have at last a vehicle, by means of wnich we may hear of each other. We may now hope to receive some home intelligence, other than accounts of outbreaks and murders in Ireland, with which some of our con temporaries appear to take delight in filling their columns— as if nothing boly, right, and peaceable, were ever thought of or done in that much calumniated, because much injured country. This is certa'nly not English fair play. That the head of the Sydney Press should, in spite of its impracticable motto, evince a very decided preference for Establishmentism and Wesleyanism, was only what was to be expected from honest and earnest men, who are determined to go to the expense of principles. For my part I felt neither surprise nor anger when I saw columns and columns, filled with reports of Establishm...

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SWITZERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 11 July 1850

SWITZERLAND. Expulsion of the Sisters of Charity. — Oh January 1st the prefet of Porrentary, M. Braishet, ac companied by an officer, a huissier, and a gendarme, gave notice to the Sisters of Charity in that place to quit the hospital and canton forthwith, on pain of being transported to the frontier. In vain did these poor reli gious females entreat to be allowed a permission or tem porary residence ; they were driven out the same day, and had to take refuge for the night where they could. Such are the ideas entertained on liberty by the Swiss democrats. Let them be held up to the indignation of civilise4 Europe. The Radical Government of Fribourg are continuing their efforts to maintain a despotic control over the Church. Thus they lately imprisoned M Suguaux, the Priest of Massorens, and when the time of his imprison ment having expired, he resumed his functions, the Councill served a notice on the Vicar-General, Mr. Yardly, stating that 'they had interdicted ' M. Su guaux from h...

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