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COMMON LAW JURISDICTION. REGINA V. SYDNEY JUSTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 6 February 1851

COMMON LAW JURISDICTION. REGINA V. SYDNEY JUSTICES. In this case a"rule had been granted before the Chief - Justice,1' at the instance of one James Cavenagh, a publioan in Clarence-street, to show cause why a writ of prohibition' should not issue under the Act of . Council for licensing of public houses agreement.';, She enforcement of a convic- tion of the.apph'oant¡forrj a breach of his recog nigance in permittíne^tho'back door of his pre- mises opening, into* ^"r^ to remain open. Mr. Ho¿ROTp¡ now) appeared in support of tho rule, and no one^appearing, to show causo on behalf of ibo j tfatiees,^T; ;»' .. , Tho CppnT mado,the rulo absoluteupon one of thë;grounds urged, by. Mr. Holroyd, viz, :-That tho consent of tho Attorney-Greiieral had not been obtained to the láying'.ofjthe original'information as required bp tho Act 1 ' ''' ,! ' ".- '

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Law Intelligence. SUPREME COURT—FEBRUARY 5TH, 1851. BEFORE Mr. Justice Dickenson,' and Mr. Justice THERRY. INSOLVENOY JURISIDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 6 February 1851

SUPREME COURT;-FBBROARY 5TH, 1851. BßfOEB Mr. Justice i Dickenson,' »rid; Mr. Justice .wiWHoirTnBBBX. JV".''.' -, ' '< ItisoLrVsior7 Jijáis DICTIOH. Upon, the motion.ot Mr.Milford, 'Hating for tho 1 Cbiet' Oommis8iÔher of Insolvent'Eàtstèt), ' ' ',' ' "r : ; Rá'MART^Aiw' RTAN. This' Insolvent's oertificute was ordered to be confirmed« ' ; ^; V; :*». . " Ri WM. KNIGHT. The Insolvent's certificate was suspended for 12 months. RB . JOHX GRAHAM-ALEXANDER DONALDSON KELLIE. The Commissioner's reports were confirmed, ' recommending in the first case, a plan of distri- bution among the creditors, and in the second, a sale of tho Insolvent's contingent ^interest under his wife's marriage settlement. RE JOHN TERRY HUGHES. Mr. BROADHURST moved, upon affidavit that the consent of the requisite number of creditors had been, obtained, for an order nisi for the con- firmation of this Insolvent's certificate. It appeared that 53 consents had been obtained, 44 ; being the number required ...

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Agents for the Empire. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 6 February 1851

? Agents for the Empire. . STONEY AND THE SUBURBS- Mr. Jämei Alexander, Botany-st, Chippendale; Mr. Thomas^Lusty, Bazaar, opposite Wright's Brewery^ Qcor'ge sircct, South; Mr. Samuel- Weldon, corner of 'Burdekins Terrace a7^'8o^^Re^':Róáá^li^ BATHURST.-Mn Charles James, Íopjk'sMerf 5rç?f«£ liam-street ; and 'Mr. J. Rl} %ffl$i^ßty$h'.; street, '. ' .. '?ÍV'MÍ* vMi'vW--'-.' DUNGOG.-Mr. Thomas ffannp,'Toastmaster.^ ... DAPTO.-Mr.. John MlRaeKstprcke,eper. GUNDAGAI.-Mr. H. M. 'Turnbull, ditto. t. -MURRURUNDI.-Mr. A..Brodie, Postmaster., PORT FAIRY.-Mr. Edmùr\d^Leèson, storekeeper. PARRAMATTA.-Mr. Uug'jft %j$lor't GRAFTON, CLARENCE RiYER^^lfr. William Fai- nter, ¡Grafton IlotcX,'.',]^' ¿.¿,¡1 "WINDSOR.-Mr, Robert,^ fygy$r(hvTVdtchinakcr, George-street. '. ; ¿ MORETON . BAY.-Mr. -,, Jftflufin- Smith, Worth Brisbane. J r, , ,/ . GOULBURN.-Mr, David Davis^ Old'Commercial Store, Sloane-street. ') ''. "° ',v. ; ! GUNDEROO.-'Mr., Joseph Edgar, Postmaster. "WARRNAMBOOL.-Mr. Thomas C. Gosling, P...

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SHIPS' MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 6 February 1851

;S SHIPS'"MAILS, . London-By tho1 Juliana^ and'Agricola,' closing at-tho Post Office, on' Friday,1 evening at 6 o'clock. California.-By the Brutus,'on'Saturday even- ing at 6 o'clock: : . . , .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 6 February 1851

M' R, THOMAS Ai'OTWAL^^M^^^Í pointed Saifwuo BEPOÄMR to toip pepern, Empire Office, January 18, ...-.>. MR, EDWARD FERRIS hw been >«gßnf«!: COLLECTOR to THE EMPIRE, and'we:'an-' thorised to receive moneys on account of the pro- prietor. - Empire Office, Hunter-street, January 21, 1851.

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 6 February 1851

PROJECTED DEPARTURES. London.-Juliana and Agricola, on Saturday next, -ii-\y '?:'-'<- ." : .- ' .-.';> tv:-/???? .'? -I;. San; Francisca.-Brutus, on Sunday next. - -j > Auckland.-Aloa, this day. . - - - .< *H ;

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CONVICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 6 February 1851

CONVICTS. .EXTRACT from the Speeches of .the Right ,: :Hoiii-;.EarV{Gréy, on -the 'Second- and. Third. ,". :Èéàdtnfâof &Silt, for-the better government of Gönvict Prisons, iii the House of Lords, Thûfsdâyi1* March 14,and Friday, April 12, Causes oj'-'the.'¡Revival of Transportation.-. AVhen my¡notle; friend Lord J. Bussell advised that' NjB^ 'Sppth^álés should cease to be used os a place' for ' the punishment of convicts, it was his intention to revert" to the former practice of the country; that is, only to remove to a penal colony a small proportion of the convicts sentenced to transportation, and to keep the remainder in the hulks or other prisons at home. But in the'year 1841, resolutions were carried in the House of Commons against the Government of the day, and condemnatory of the retention in this country of convicts sentenced to transportation. In con- sequence, n vast number of convicts were poured into Yan Diemen's Land and Norfolk Island ; and those settlements we...

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 6 February 1851

COASTERS OUTWARI». February 5.--Traveller, 14 tons, Gray, for Brisbane Water, in ballast ; Currency Boy, 41, McNeil, for Newcastle, in : ballast ; Actwe, 40, Molvelle, for Newcastle, in ballast and witt sundries ; Lass o' Gowrie, 17, Martin, for the Hawksbury -River, with sundries j Black Swan, 18, O'Neil, for Newcastle, in ballast ; William' IV., steamer, 54,. Sullivan, for. Woolongong, with sundries ; Rose,'steamer, 172,. Bîardlng,/for-Mor- peth, with sundries. The Toroa brings. 67-bales.w.ool, 5000 .feet .pine, 1000 staves,. 2 bales sheepskins,.. 4 .casks tallow, and 30 hides. The Mary Jane, schooner, arrived in tho Bay on tho ,30tl> instant, having,carried away both anchors ,in(a heavy^ gale from, the 8.1). The Duchess Nortbumberland arrived on the 3íst ultimo, from'Plymouth with emigrants. . The AYilíirig.léft tho j.Hëaiis^on, the. 28th ult., she sightecl.but did^^ .nb^speak', any vessels. She will haul alongside jjthe./Circúiar Wharf to dis-. chargé cargo,.;'^ .jM£ ' "Vl¿¿ ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 6 February 1851

For California* ?' ^tfr ' rjHfiMïTRRT fir, A RS American Sh,P MARTHA, :^MP\ iiTnrl 53* *°n8»'Henry Towne.mastery *S<3^^E^w^;iU¡Ba(li^r^Saii: Francisco, abouts 8th February. . ':J¡ ' . . ; ' This '«hip ia 7 feet 6 inchqs l^twçen ^e^^|,an^. tliorouglilv ventilatedl. I ..* . :V. She .is ñowlyinjg. at the Circular Wbarfr and parties are invited' M inspect her a^mraoda tions. . /.' " ' ' ';' ' " ' * ''" ' For a limited'qhàntity of light freight or1 pas sago, apply to Captain Towne,! on board, at the Circular Wharf; or, to ' ' S. WILKINSON, Jw., : 181 . ' Macquarie-place.' For San Francisco Direct. ia/"' rJ^ H^.FIRS^ C^A:'S5 American SUiPAniIt ONDA CK, ^»?.1800 tons burthen, haying all her dead waiglit engaged, will have quick despatch.' For light freight or passage, apply to the Captain on boord; or to . V. . . F.'W. OtíARKE, ? Jamison-street. USS* This vessel, on account of her size,1 preterits a rare opportunity to steerage'1 pásséiigerk,'pro- ceeding to California, having a...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 6 February 1851

ECCE ITERUM ' CRISPIHUS.-" That Boy will be the' death of us !!' Mr. Thomas Callaghan took oecasion, during a recent investigation . at the Court of Quarter Sessions, to observe that in cases of felony, any attempted compromise between'the parties was highly reprehensible, adding ; most' ; feelingly : " if matters of this kind are to'be' 'com-; pounded, it will-be impossible to live in this placo at all."-No doubt the, worthy functionary could' adduce 500 golden reasons for his conclusion. : FIRST Corny FIRST'-SERVED.-The Police "."'MàT giatrate intimated frhm the Bench, yesterday, his intention of hereafter^ abjdjng by .the rule,' o£ granting precess;^;t^^Ss^e8\,tip:DUcànt° forbids* magisterial' CoùrÂifa0tl refaWíiíí 'cross cases" till the one has Well dîsp'o's'ed'of.?J'The policy of such an arrangement' may be questioned, as many charges and couhter-'charges are_ sd trifling'and contemptible a nature that both sides of the ques- tion should be heard previous to adjudication. On ye...

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THE STATE PRISONERS OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 6 February 1851

I THE STATE PRISONERS OP VAN j mi \<A . DIEMEN'S LAND. í IÄ' Jaree public meeting convened by the Mayor m pursuj^ce of a remusjtion signed by '54o ''persons^; to^^ place, ''at the Circus in Yoik-atireet, on . Tuesday last) for the pur "pose aa stated ia' our yesterday's issue, of 'considering the conduct of Sir William Deni- son, the Lieutenant Governor of Yan Die men's Land, in relation to his treatment of state prisoners. The Mayor having opened the; business of ' the meeting, by reading the requisition, was *:voted into the Chair; when _ . \ 1 . Mr Hawksley read'' a letter from Councillor Flood apologising for his absence, but ex 'pressing,his entire concurrencé in the object , of the meeting. Mr. H. then moved the first resolution, namely .jV"; ? That this meeting has heard with feelings, of the ' deepest regret and indignation thatiSir William Thomas Denison, Lieutenant/ Governor of Van; -Diemen's Land, has, by an illegal and arbitrary stretch of power, overruled the...

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THE EMPIRE. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1851. THE AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY'S PROPOSED INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 6 February 1851

TP. ElfPIEÈ. \ j AT, FEBRUARY"6,. 1851. / THE AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY'S i PROPOSED INDUSTRIAL EX- HIBITION, j IF, there is one division of industry which, more then any other, ought to receive the fostering care and attention of the "colo- nists, at the present period,, ii is that .of the minor manufactures. Yet no source of wealth and independence; available to Our hands, is ?so neglected. Baskets and sodawater bottles, machinery and lucifer, matches, carriages and clothes' j pegs, jve. have imported; in abundance, whilst we have had basket-makers, potters, engineers; watch-makers, coach-builders and turners, finding new occupations for their hands.. What few manufactories have been estab- lished among us, have only been kept going, by an amount of ^persever- ance and resolute. drudgery almost beyond the belief of. the.. pérsons.;ünác;. quainted with their rise and progress. This state of lariquishment in our manu- facturing industry is singularly, apparent when contrasted with the succ...

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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 6 February 1851

TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. ?WHEN the sudden change in the publication of The Empire iras made, a fortnight ago, it was - "announced that a double paper would be issned on; ; ^eyerj.i Saturday. ; As yet, we are not able to carry 's , 'out'our intentions, from want of more complete mechanical arrangements ; but we confidently fhope to succeed in this respect within a very few I ; ¡ The second COUNTRY EDITION of Thè Ent.:' \ptr«-will be published on Saturday next at two ''o'clock,- and will consist of-twenty-four pages. 5T,hé;price of.the Weekly Empirehas been necessa ..riljí'áltered in conformity to the altered character ^of Republication,-it will be Five- Shillings and "Sixffen'éÔ peV quarter, or Sixpence per single'num^ ?'IwríípayaWe in advance. , in« I t 'V ;'::,

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Police office. WEDNESDAY, 5TH FEBRUARY. Before James Sheen Dowling, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 6 February 1851

'. Polio e Office; WEDNESDAY, 5TH FEBRUARY. Before James Sheen Dowling, Esq., P.M. ASSAULT WITH INTENT.-Charles Crane was committed to take his trial for an indecent assault upon a child' of tender years, named Maria Ward. Tho infant is bub 3 years and a half old, whilst the prisoner was described as a married man with a large family. Bail was applied for, but refused, and the prisoner declined entering upon any defence,' BREACH OF TOLL, ACT.-Thomas Cooper, charged, with having obstructed a public thorough- fare, by allowing a cart to remain on tho Botany -Roodthroughout the night of the 20th of January last'. Miv Nichols appeared for tho defence, and elicited that tho road in question is a parish road, regulated by a board of commissioners, of whom the present prosecutor is not one. The Attorney further pleaded, that to convict his client proof of tho absolute leaving, and of the ownership of the cart should -have been put in. Tho complainant I having failed in.these particulars; t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 February 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. SHIRTS, SHIRTS, SHIRTS, Well cut, well made, and of good materials, at Smith's Colonial Shirt Manufactory, 37, Park-street. » SHIRTS made at the above Manufactory com- bine the chief modern structural improve- ments, which consist in the arrangement of tho parts on the neck and shoulders, so as to secure an easy and perfect fall of the front on the wearer, and fitting equally well without a waistcoat. The flattering success which has followed the untired exertions of J. T. S. to meet the wants and wishes of his numerous patrons, has stimulated him to render the best article for the price that it is possible to produce, which at all times may be depended upon for'wear, and are superior in every respect to any imported to this colony. A general* assortment of shirts kept ready made, consisting of small men's, middle size ditto, and men's, large men's, and outsized ditto, extra length shirts Superior regatta and yacht shirts, Scotch twill and bush ditto Buys' and youths...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 February 1851

* " Manner is a great matter." Take the two following quotations to wit : "We Tina, on entering the work-room of these females, an example of American character and manners. How did Mr. -Harpur, .one. of the principles of the firm, and muster of these peo- ple, accost them ? Did ho rudely vociferate his orders in dictatorial and, imperative language, after the English fashion? Ko. On entering their apartment, he took oil' his ..hat, paid them tho compliments of the morning, inquired ofter theii: health,, .and addressed them by the term u young ladies." Wus this nfi'eotation ? Not in tho least, ¡rlt' had all tho appearance of habit ; and certainly in their bearing, dress, the «bserico of nil, sluttish noss, those femólos de- served respectful; treatment. Thia will be sneered afc by many of our.countrymen as a specimen of Yankeeism. Well, bo it so ; but let us ask which i¡4 the man of breeding, the gontloman ?-the boisterous, imperious, swearing John Bull, giving his orders to his ser...

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 February 1851

DEPARTURE. February 6.-Gesine. schooner, 145 tons, Cap t un Frees©, for the Cape of Good Hope,

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 February 1851

PROJECTED DEPARTURES. ATOklarid.r-Moa,, this; day-and Ganges for AmbyMa NewcMÜe; " . *"' ' .'.

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 February 1851

IMPORTS. - February 6.-Émraa, brig,' 1.39. tons, Captain Pookley, -ironx Hobart Town-10.' hogsheads, brandy, " I case- leather, -224 bag« flour, J. Mao . ñamará ; 2 hogsheads B.P..rum; Wjllia. and' Co ; 1 case.preserves, Mi-Moriarty ;. 30 cases) jams, Campbell and Co.-. 4 cases skins, Thomas . Hop- kins ; 5# bag» floury James Cook; 5 cases jam, A. Davy ;. 25. cases jam, W. J. Davis; lease, seeds, A. Foss; 57 bags malt,B. F. Pockley.; ; 35 : case», jam, 1 ease kangaroo skins, I bale linens,Watkins and Deane';?95;Eaga ,12 eases, sago, 1 barrel nut ?megs* 1 case .books,. Order. r&tyuaxy.,6.--Duke. Roxburgh, barque, 498 tons* Captain Collard, from Amoy and Singapore, with 2224 bags sugar, 400 tubs sugar candy, Order. Shipped at Singapore- 50 slfcbs'. tin, 65 ' bags coffee, 25 boxes'ana 80 bags sdgo, 29 bags, sugar* 516 coils-of coir rope, Order. '

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Sydney Quarter Sessions. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 February 1851

?ydn«y Quarter Sautons, THURSDAY. Before the Chairman and C. Boyd, Esq., J.r. Bridget. Smith was indicted for stealing a pair of shoes, the property of Mr. Biidge. Verdict guilty. Sentenced to be imprisoned in Sydney gaol for 3 months, with hard labor. Thomas Sheridan was indicted for, stealing a hat, the property of William Hayes. Verdict ; gsilty. Sentenced to be imprisoned ii* Sydney ' gaol for'6 months, with bard labor. Thomas Shaw was indicted for stealing a fair, ot' ; trOw'sers, the, property of Robert Broad. Verdict j -guilty. Sentenced to be imprisoued, in Sydney/. ; gaol; with hard labor; for four months, j Thoma« ;. Warren" wa» indicted for. stealing: money from the till of Mr. Kosten, pork butoher,. ! Pitt-street. Verdict-guilty. Sentenced to be j; imprisoned in Sydney gaol, with hard labor, for f, 6 month's. The' prisoner was defended by Mr. ' Nichols, ¡y-1 ..; .> - ' A.- -' .Catherine Dignum was indicted for. stealing. ?£26 in notes and silver from the person1 of on...

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