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TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 October 1850

TOWN HALL. We beg to call the attention of our readers I tp a plan suggested in a citizen's letter pub- 1 lishe'd in another column, relative to the I erection of a Town Hall. This plan ap- I pears to us to be both feasible and econonn- I cal, and one, that if carried out, will, Deioio many years, bring in a handsome revenue to the funds of the Corporation. It is well worthy of the consideration of tl'c Citizens on the eye of tb,e approaching elec tion.

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Poet's Corner. HYMN TO THE VIRGIN MARY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 October 1850

— n— — — — xrn^mm tan — — i — wi^—— ^^w^^^^^^ HYMN TO THE VIRGIN MARY. Mary, Mother, on whose breast Smiled the infant God of Love, Whose seraphic life carest Him. who sways the world above ; Still a feeling mother be — Virgin Mary pray for me. ;. i ' Thou who stood' st beneath, the wood «- 1 Where thy Saviour Son was hung, '/ ? I Drenched and crimsoned by the flood, ; I Which upon thy brow he flung ; j Let'that day appeal to thee — \ '? Virgin Mary pray for me. ! Shaking off the fearful gloom, Bursting'forth on glory's wing, When he left the shroud and tomb, Glorified and triumphing ; , ' By a mother's jubilee — Virgin Mary pray for me. ]3y thy virgin purity, . v . By. thine infant's fond caress, v ? By the pangs of Calvary, i By thy purest blessedness, Still, oh still, a Mother be— Virgin Mary, pray for me.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 October 1850

METROPOLITAN AND COUNTIES PERMANENT INVESTMENT AND BUILDING SOCIETY. HEAD OFFICE, NO. 486, GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. OVER J. T. GROCOTT'S MUSIC SALOON. TRUSTEES :— - Messrs. David Jones Edward Hunt Ralph M. Robey. DIRECTORS :~ Messrs. David Jones, Chairman Edward Hunt, Deputy Chairman Ralph M. Rohey G. E. R. Ljngfir.d j, A. Campbell Brown Ambrose Foss [' Rowand Ronald ? John Rice Rundle George Chisholm. SOLICITORS: -- Messrs. Young and Billyard. STANDING COUNSEL :-- ' ? George Smyth, Esq., Earrister-at-Law, SURVEYOR:— ; Mr. John Bibb. CONSULTING ACTUARY. Mr. Archibald Campbell. BANKERS:-— The Commercial Bank. MANAGER:— Mr. Robert A. Fitzgerald. ? THE GENERAL OBJECTS OF THIS SOCIETY ARE:— To raise a fund by the monthly payments of the Miareholders which shall be available to each as may be rpquired. 1st. For the purchase of their own business premises, or private dwellings, or othpr property, or -be erection of buildings, or the purchase of land for- buildings. 2nd. For the paying off a...

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EPITOME OF NEWS—ENGLISH AND FOREIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 October 1850

EPITOME OF NEWS — ENGLIbH AND FOHE1GN. The Examiner says — ' In the existing state of things there is no Minister for Ireland. There is no single officer under the crown expressly or re sponsibly charged with the Irish administration. There are many rulers and no rulers ; several de partments and no department. Jou go to the Castle and are referred to Queen-street ; to Queen street, Westminster, and you are sent back to the Castle.' Messrs. Ebart, proprietors of one of the largest naner manufactories in Germany,- situated at Neustadt Pllherswald, have just invented an in combustible cartridge paper, which they term stone paper, and which is intended especially for roofing houses. It is destined to take the place of tiles, over which it has this two-fold advantage, that it is not- fragile, and' is very inexpensive. It is also impermeable and fire-proof. On Monday, Mr. Mtzroy Kelly, on hehalf of the Bishop, of Exeter, applied at Westminster Hall for a. rule to show cause why a writ of...

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LITERATURE. REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 October 1850

X.£^:ERATU»E« REVIEW A Letter to the Archbishop of Canterbury jrovb the Bishop of Exeter. Loi.cton : John Murray. This celebrated letter, a fourteenth edition of which, lies before us, is probably known in the colony^ by name only, or through short quotations from its' pages, which have appeared in English newspapers and magazines. Our readers therefore1 will doubtless be glad to hear something ? about a document which has caused such great commotion in England ; nor will they be the less interested in ' the subject to which the letter refers, from the cir cumstance of an Anglican Synod being at this nioinent engaged ' in Sydney with the discussion of similar, questions. In supposing that the Bishops ?are thus engaged, we do but hazard a natural con jecture, for as yet their proceedings are not made publici^ilnto the private affairs of another commu nion of-'GKristians, it is not for us to intrude, and we shall malce)no further allusion to those of . the Anglican Church irifNew Sout...

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Ecclesiastical Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 October 1850

WctlwiwUml 'MteiliQtiiU: The New Caledonia Mission.— The Eight Eev. Dr. Douarre, under whose episcopal jurisdiction New Caledonia and the islands in that region are placed, arrived in Sydney on last Sunday morning, by the Mary Ann, from the South Sea Islands. It will be recollected that during Dr. Douarre's ab sence in France, some two or three years ago, the natives of New Caledonia treacherously attacked the Catholic Clergy, labouring for their civilisation and conversion, and drove them from the island, after having killed a lay brother and wounded some others. Several of the natives, however, followed the missionaries to the Isle of Pines and got instructed in the principles of the Christian . religion ; and the good Bishop hopes, ere long, to return to his original mission at New Caledonia, and, make those Caledonian Neophytes instrumen tal in the conversion of their idolatrous fellow countrymen. We wish this devoted and apostolic man and his zealous fellow-labourers in this gl...

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MR. WENTWORTH ON AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 October 1850

MR. WENTWORTH ON AGRICULTURE. The publican's dinner has afforded Mr. Wentworth another opportunity of asserting the superiority of pastoral over agricultural operations in this part of the world. This is a subject upon which the honorable and learned geatleman so loves to dilate, that he never misses an opportunity of treating us to a lecture on it. On this occasion he has called statistics to his aid. The whole extent of agricultural produce in this colony does not, he says, exceed £600,000 per annum, while that which results from pastoral operations amounts to £1,500,000. With this latter amount the graziers, he contends, could have imported agricultural and other pro duce as cheaply as it could be raised in this country, if not more cheaply. If so, agricultural enterprise has been useless, and the capital and labour expended upon it have been so much capital and labour divested from the more profitable occupa* tions of wool-growing and tallow-melting. But while we admit the fact ...

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 October 1850

COASTERS OUTWARDS. October 17. — Chance, 38, House, Emma, 22, Morton, both for Newcastle ; Charles Webb, 24, Brown, for Kiama. \ October 18. — Williams, 21, Damon, for Newcastle ; Lapwing, 20, Cresswell, for Shoalhaven. October 19. — Orient, 30, Walters, for Broulee ; Mary Ann, 18, Deverell, Bard's Legacy, 22, Maine, both for Newcastle. October 21.— Australia, 45, Williams, for New castle ; Sylph, 23, Lucey, for Brisbane Water. October 22.— Victory) 19, Fisher, for Brisbane Water ; Orient, 30, Walters, for Broulee ; Jane Williams, 33, Louther, Currency Boy, 41, M'Naili, . Traveller's Bride, 32, Lindquist, Active,' 40, Melville, all for Newcastle. , : - ? ? .' ?

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THE NEW CONSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 October 1850

THE NEW CONSTITUTION. Lord Monteagle's remarks in the' House of Lords, on the 'Australian Colonies Bill,' are of the highest importance — they are the sentiments of every upright and intelligent man in this colony, for every one must be con vinced that the present Council should have as little to do as possible in carrying out any of the provisions or principles of the New Bill. 'We trust the honorable mem bers themselves will see the propriety of act ing up to this unanimous opinion, when the day arrives, on which they will be called on to inaugurate, as it were, our New Con stitution, by giving ib ' a local habitation and a name ' amongst us. AUSTRALIAN COLONIES BILL. House of Lords, Friday, 28th June. Earl Grey moved the order of the day for re ceiving the report on the Australian Colonies Bill. Lord Monteagle said, he could not allow the bill to pass' without congratulating the House on the changes that had been effected in the measure then before their lordships ; and, as one o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 October 1850

? ?'?-...?? ;..? THE, . ;;.- ??...'. ? NEW SOUTH WALES ASSOCIATION J?OR . PREVENTING THE REVIVAL OF TRANSPORTATION. , CHAIRMAN : Charles Cpwperl%Esq. ? . ? ..„? MANAGING COMMITTEE: . ? , 'William Bowman, M-L.C. v . ' George Bowman Robert Campbell ?-?-,? John Campbell, J. P. ' '. Daniel Cooper, Jun., M.L.CJ George Robert Hirst G. K. Holden Thomas Holt , ?' . John Lamb, M.L.C , Rev. John DnnmoreLang, M'.L.C. George A. Lloyd The Venerable Archdeacon M'Encroe Michael Medcalf ? R. A. A. Morehead Thomas Sutcliffe Mort James Norton George Oakes, M.L.C. Henry Parkes ' Wm. R. Piddington R. M, Robey Robert Scott Ross - Thomas Ware Smart, J.P. Joseph Simmons, Sen, William Henrj Suttor, M.L.C. George Thome, J.P. Robert Tooth JClias Carpenter Weekes James Robert Wilshire, J.P. TREASURER: Robert Campbell, (Campbell's Wharf.) SECRETARY : Gilbert Wrisht, Offices of the Association, No. 93, King-street, Sydney. OBJECTS OP THE ASSOCIATION. 1st. To prevent the revival of transportation to New ' South ...

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR OCTOBER, 1850. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 October 1850

CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR OCTOBER, 1850. 24 Th Feriaor Blessed Sacrament, O. S. B., S. Raphael arch d. maji 25 F S. Chrysanih'as and Dirias, mm. simp., 1 . .. , O. S. B..S. Edward, stf. ?6 Sat V'ci\ of SS. Simnn and Jude. 27 S XXllI.after Pent., 5th Oct.id., O.S. B, . | -Patronage of B. Y. M. ?. ' 28 i A? ?S3'. Simon and Ju'lp, app. d.} 2nd class. ?29 I Tu Feria, O. S. B., Ten Uede, d. 30 W Feri«. . ? ' ? . . 31 ' Tk Fast, Vigil of All Sainfs. ' THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1850. ' In Necefstartis Unitas, in Dubiis .Libertas, in Omnibus Chnriias.'

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 October 1850

?TO CORiikSPONDiJiiNTS. Our Moreton Bay Correspondent.-— We beg to correct a slight error which occurred in the letter of this correspondent, published in our last number. The word ' fee' marked in italics should he ferry. The grievance of the North Brisbanites is this. As the wide Brisbane river runs between them and Brisbane, they must send their children every day across to school in boats. Up to the present the lessees of the ferry took the chil dren across grans — nencerorm iney musii pay iui them, and hence their reasonable appeal. ^ An letters and communications to me Editors and the Publisher must be prepaid. It ia necessary tint tbe writers of all communiac tioris snould furnish the Edtora with their real names and address. Although this information is not required for publication, it is requisite as a guarantee of their being geDuiLe.

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THE NEW MUNICIPAL ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 October 1850

THE NEW MUNICIPAL ACTS: We regret that we are unable entirely to' fulfil the promise we made in our last issue, to examine in our present number the provi sions of the two Municipal Acts passed, during the last Session of Council y namely the New Corporation Act, 14th Vic, Nu. ?tl, and the Act for the better Sewerage,. Cleansing, and Draining of the City, and to promote the health of the inhabitants - thereof, 14th Vic, No. S3. The former Act, on which the latter is mainly dependant, is not yet printed, but . as time is pressiug, and we believe we are : pretty correctly acquainted with the main features of the measure, we shall proceed with our task as we best may. . The Corporation Bill of 1850, as we re. marked in our last article on this subject, varies very slightly in principle from the Act of 1842. The alterations that have been made are chiefly designed to facilitate .the working out of those principles, and to redress some practical grievances, which the : ; former system in...

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MISCHIEVOUS LEGISLATION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 October 1850

MISCHIEVOUS LEGISLATION. Amongst the business , undertaken by our Legislative Council, which has been post poned from its late to its next session, there is one proposed enactment, superlatively dis tinguished for that precipitation and rash ness, which has been so productive of evil, in the proceedings of numerous legislative bodies. We refer to what is styled 'The Medical Witnesses Bill.' At the introduction of this measure, as well as during its rapid progress through the necessary stages, there has not only been manifested that culpable temerity and hasti ness in attempting to new-model the statutes of a country, but there has been evinced such a. degree of prejudice aud personality, as becomes highly censurable when exem plified by any man, in the discharge of his functions as a hg'ts'ator. Reckless of the consequences to Medical Science, or to the cause of truth in the Coroner's department b£ criminal jurisprudence, so long as vent could be found for the ebullitions of profess...

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UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 October 1850

UNITED STATES. Catholic Colleges — Example Set in the United Status. — A respected corres pondent, who dates Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, U.S., writes to us as follows : — The last and worst misfortune that has befallen unhappy Ireland is her Godless Colleges. Where is John of Tuam, and the balance of the Irish tiierarcny ins t are opposed to tnose colleges f v ?: Are they waiting for some lucky windfall to '{ send them splendid colleges, ready built, -, together with a rich endowment for them, | before they will move in the matter ? I will ! relate something of the kind which has been j done in this country without any endow- j ment : — The Reverend M . Dubois (a French- jl man) some thirty years since commenced a 1 school in a small log cabin near Emmetts- j burgh, Maryland, without any endowment, ji and before his appointment to the Bishopric i| of New York the said little old log cabin f; and school had grown up and expanded itself into a large, extensive, and useful seat ! of lear...

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Foreign Summary. ITALY—ROME. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 October 1850

[?] '?? ..?.?ITALY— ttQME. 1 in The Jesuits. — We read in the Messgacr | de Modena the following paragraph : — ' A f most interesting little volume has just been § published, entitled, Judgment of the Italian \ Bishops in the matter of the Jesuits. In [J this work are given the solemn testimonies |!| rendered by more than seventy Bishops of | Italy, still living in 1847, in favour of the | Society of Jesus, and the virtues, talents, I and knowledge of its members. Let this I] be weighed against thejudyment of Oioberti | and bis partisans, and all the impious jour- jjj nals of Italy, by any who retain aught of | Faith, conscience, and a Catholic heart. | The book has for its motto these words of |jj St. Jgnatius :? * We must destroy, by the I testimonies of grave men, the calumnies of J the wicked, and, by good actions, shut the ji mouths of those who speak evil.' ' I

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DEATH OF SIR ROBERT PEEL. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 October 1850

DEATH OE SIR ROBERT PEEL. (From the Times, July 4. ) It is impossible to exaggerate the feelings oi pro found emotion with which the mournful intelli gence of the death of Sir Robert Peel was received vesterclay in every circle of the metropolis. Sir Robert Peel had called at Buckingham'Palace, and entered his name in her Majesty's visiting liook only a few minutes before the accident. Pro ceeding up Constitution-hill, he had arrived nearly opposite the wicket gate leading into the Green Park, when he met Miss Ellis, one of Lady Dover's. daughters, on horseback, attended by a groom. Sir Robert had scarcely changed salutes with this young lady, when his horse became slightly restiff, swerved towards the rails of the Green Park, and threw Sir Robert sideways on his left shoulder. Two gentlemen who were close to the spot ran for ward and raised him, holding, him in a sitting pos ture. During the few moments which elapsed before a carriage was procured, Sir Robert became unconscious, in...

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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 October 1850

TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS.' ';- In order' to secure a punctual delivery of the paper to our City Subscribers Mr. P. Speering has been appointed Aaent, as also to assist ]'r. Derepas in soliciting and re ceiving subscriptions. \ ? ' Such of our Subscribers as do-not receive their paper in due time, will please to in form the Agent, at Mr. J. Moore's, the Publisher's Office, George-street, either ver bally or by letter j we shall charge the runner with the expense, and see the irre gularity rectified. - , Subscribers may receive the Freeman's Journal any time during the quarter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 October 1850

DRUGS AND CHEMICALS. A ABRAHAM, Pharmaceutical Che o inisfc and Dispensing Druggist, re turns his grateful acknowledgments to the gentry, public, and friends for the support he has received since his arrival in Sydney. He informs them that his tresh stock of pure Drugs and Chemicals has arrived from England, ex Princess Victoria. . Tae importation comprises every article usually connected with the trade, and has been selected with great care by an eminent Chemist. They will be found' replete with every article necessary for dis .pensing medicines. He respectfully invites the attention of Medical Gentlemen, and heads of families, to give him a greater share of their favours, assuring them that all Prescriptions and Family Recipies shall be pre pared with care, neatness, and with strict personal attention. A. A. selects the following abridged list : — Scimmony, Hydriodate Potash, Iodine, Calomel, Quinine, Rhubarb, James' Powder, Senna, Blue Pill, Castor Oil, Epsom Salts, Sweet Spirits...

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STEAM COMMUNICATION BETWEEN GALWAY AND NEW YORK. GALWAY, Saturday, June 1, 1850. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 24 October 1850

STEAM COMMUNICATION BETWEEN GAL WAY AND NEW YORK. . (From the Correspondent of the London Illustrated News.) G-ALWAy, Saturday, June 1, 1850. '' A great day for Ireland' is an old saying ; doubt less, henceforward, the Galvvay folk will say ' A great day for Gal way was the 1st of June, 1850 .;' aiid should it so happen that the ' venture now at sea' can only realise the fond hopes of the people, so will it prove indeed, and do still more for this portion of Ireland, where nature has done so much to stimulate, and man so little, to prove his inert ness. Nor is it at all probable that the Galway men will do much more, unless, as in the present case, some far-seeing strangers should come amongst them, and lend valuable aid of both head and purse to snow mem now to avail tiituiiamvea ui me ua tural wealth of the place. ; The long-mooted question of a packet-station in this country being now at issue, with all the disad vantages of an inferior boat to the one starting this ?day from Liv...

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