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

. BXPÇBTS. February 6.?-Moa, brig, 236 tons,, Captain S. D. Nórrtó;. for Auckland ": lOhhds. B.P. rum, 900 bagh_8ugár, 2. butta^ 2 hbds. sherry, 100 bags floaty IO; oases. "Burgundy ; 2' to^ ^i^'jrón, 40 tons coals, lé"dntys, 1 gig, 4 Upzâtf'è'îâces furni- ture's bardwoodiogsV 10 bá|j^raí?| Smilers, 62 hags'oats, 20 casks soda:a^h^tfnb|S.'fl$>h>^8 ale and porter,.9 haled';;l&t^er^^^o^ajgei. rope,. 1 patent wmdlas8,'¿r.an^ boiiate soda, 2 casks . gih^erlwér yp4í»tle$': 3 cases" boots'and shóes,-:7 bàgseoffôe, 2 bfigV pe,arLbarieyr 200<b'agj¿jflour,'. 7 báles^córlíc^ 2 ' cases sardines^. 2 cases a soap, .. % barrels ^ginger, "| ,2 ,; pases curry '.'powder,. ' 1 cask . brashwäre,} ¿¿{ cases, 2 paYtols^slddlery, 1 case slops, 4' bundles' scythe"^ 4 tytind jes handle?, 1 cask \ ironmongery, 1 cale nautical ''inötunients, 22 horses, 2 '. cask* neató'fdbÉ oil^ AV.; Wright j 23 bags sugar« 80 bags nour,?lPératé; earthenware,' I parcel boots, and shoes^ cask's wine, ...

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEETINGS OF THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 February 1851

MEETINGS QT THIS DAT. Henry Vaughan-A single meeting at l t á.rh. i Mary Ann Marshall-A single meeting; at, ..noon.' . .. . , . , > .' ' William ChisholttriA'single meeting at half-.... 'past 12; J To-monw, Saturday-A speoial meeting in the estate of William Melville, ll a.m.

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 February 1851

f COINWARDS. . February ; 6.^r-YfQtor^.i:I9,FÍ3her, from Bris- bane Water, with,6200.*ieet'cedar, 1200 feet sawn timber, 20,000 shingles ;> Warlock, ,43, Gibson, from Newcastle,, 'with. 65 tons coals ; Bride, 19, Shakeshaft, from..Braken'..'Bay,,"with 550 bushels maize, 70 bushels wheat, 380 bushels oats ; Tamar, steamer,. L30, Pain.o,.frpm Morpeth* with, 50 bales wool, 30 trusses hay, 400 ' bushels barley, 150 bushels wheat, 15 bags flour,15. pigs',., 20 bags onions, 2 horses,, ah'd sundries^.. .. . ,. .

Publication Title: Empire
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE, ARRIVALS, [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 February 1851

ARRIVALS, FBJJRUART 6,-Emma, brig, 130 ton», Captain I Pockley, from Hobart Town the 25th January. Passengers-Rev. J. Eggleston, Mrs. Eggleston and four children, Miss Jones, Miss Watchorn, Hiss Towers, Miss Chick, Dr. Richardson, Mr. Turner, Mr. Faragnat, Mr. J. Macnamara, Mrs. Lynch, -Miss Taylor, Mr. Cork, 3 soldiers, I womai and 3 children 99th Regt. February 6.-Duke of Roxburgh, barque, 498 tons, Captain J. P. Collard, from Amoy 8tn Nov.; and Singapore. 2nd Dec. Passengers-Mri. Searl, Dr. Norris, Mrs. Deslié^ Mr. "Betlan., one'seaman, and 242 Chinese emigrants.'1' :':'';'''; February 6.-Brothers; brig. 253 tons, Captain Sta vers, from Honolulu 7th Januar^.'; Passengers' -Mr. P. Hegarty, Mr. Joseph Job, in' ballast. "

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 February 1851

For California. ' '^ár~^T.H srIRST CLASS American .-j^Êj^éLm 53"* tons,'Henry Towne master, ÖsSssSESa wj]j saji for gan Francisco, about '8th February. " '. ' ' " This ship "is 7 feet 6 inches between decks, and thoroughly ventilated. She is now lying at the Circular Wharf, and parties are invited to inspect her accommoda- tions. . l'or a limited quantity of light freight or pas- sage, apply to Captain Towne, on board,, at the Circular Wharf:.or, to. S. WILKINSON, JUN., . ISL : Macquarie-place. For San Franciaoo Direct. iPtk T Hsï *F 1R s T 0 L A s s American '?'mjfäjr ^ADIRONDACK, ? '*^8BHfcipop tons burthen', having all her dead .weight engaged, will' have quick despatch. ^ For liglit freight or passage, apply to the Captain on board : or to F. W. CLARICE, - . Jamison-street. 655"* This vessel, on account of her size, presents a yare opportunity- to steerage/passengers "pro- ceeding to California, having, a height of eight i!eut between decks, and ensuring the most per- fect venti...

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

< ' OLEARA NOlßß'r - ' ".' February s6.--Moa, brig, 236 tong, Captain Stephen Dodd Norris, for Auckland.. Passengera Mri arid Mrs.^Meek and two sons, Mr. Campbell, Mr. Jackson, -Mr. Ellis, Mrs. Austin and three daughters, Miss Armstrong! , .<. ..; February, 6.-r-f William Hill, - brig., 119 tons, Captain James Skey, for. Portland.

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

The Emma has had -to.thrash her way up,, hav- ing hod hoad winds the whole of the passage. Shu exporionaed a heavy gale of wind on Saturday morning last, ano, when running, was '! nearly m collision with a brig,, name unknown. Thia occurred about tbreo o'clock in tho morning. Tho-brigta bowsprit came over tho Emma's taff- rail. Tho oscapo was vory narrow, and great jt'f!;.'mon.t alono prevented serious consequences. The brig Independence arrived at Honoiidujsl January, Sbe WM coming on lo tbU porti-0 T*e Duhcew of Clarence, from Hobart Town, arrived 96th December, The Brothers reports that on the day of departure the British Consul at Honolulu received intelligence that the wreck of two vessels, supposed to be those under the expe- dition of Sir John Franklin, were found wrecked in St. George's Sound. Two men ot war brigs were sent out to ascertain the correctness of this report. The Elizabeth arrived at Honolulu, from San Francisco 1st January. Five vessels from the coast were lyin...

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DOMESTIC. INSOLVENT COURT— THURSDAY. NEW INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 February 1851

DOMESTIC. INSOLVENT COURT.--THUBSIUT, HEW INSOIJVEKT. Michael Mozan, of Pitt Towri, near Windsor, a pauper. Liabilities, £27 19s. 8d. Assets, per- sonal property, £4 5s. Balance deficiency,-£23-' 14B. 8d. Mr. G. King, Official Assignee. ? ' ' - : The adjourned single meeting in the estate of Bobert Richardson. The Insolvent was examined by Mr. Bradley, and the Meeting adjourned to 10th of March. David Griffith Jones-An adjourned second meeting was- held. Mr. Alexander Polaclr, -was-*' 'examined by Messrs. Rodd and Dawson, toúohifóP' his claim, and the meeting was adjourned tö'28tu'T for the attendance of a witness. >:>0,0& e<o?c

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THE EMPIRE. FRIDA Y, FEBRUARY 7, 1851. THE IRISH EXILES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 February 1851

FRIDA Y, FE BR UAR Y 7, 1851. THE IRISH EXILES; IF we were inclined to indulge in any amplification .of the tale , of wrong and insult which has recently- invested the names of Messrs. Dogherty, M'Manus, and O'Donohue, the Irish political offenders now suffering the penal reality of trans- portation in VanDiomen's Land, with so much . interest, we should only be tra- versing a field of declamation already pretty well beaten by some of our con- temporaries. We are not disposed, how- ever, to fall in-to any extravagance on tho subject of these gentlemen's misfortunes..' They have .been subjected to a most' unwarrantable, aót of cruelty .and in-, justico on the part of the Denison Go verqment, beyond all question or dispute, tn common with a large number of our fellow-countrymen in the Colonies, and, doubtlessly, in England, we cannot with- hold our sympathy from them in their new and irksome sphere of suffering. Nor is "our sympathy less ardent on account of; the somewhat singular fac...

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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 February 1851

TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. WHEN the sudden change in the publication of The Empire was made, a fortnight ago, it was announced that a double paper would be issued on every Saturday. As yet, we are not able to carry out our intentions, from want of more complete mechanical arrangements ; but we confidently . hope to succeed in tbis respect within a very few WGCxCS* The second COUNTRY EDITION of The Em- pire will be published on .Saturday next at two ? o'clock, and will/consist of twenty-four pages. '. The price of the Weejcly Empire has been necessa- rily altered in conformity to the.altered character of "ita publicatiou,-it will be Five, Shillings and , Sixpence per quarter, or Sixpence per single num- ber, payable in advance. ? ,

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SHIPS' MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 February 1851

SHIPS' MAILS. London-By taé' JúJinia^oh., Saturday evening, at 6 o'clock. VV%.rj-v'«Y . . . Adelaide-Louisa,, on''Saturday evening at six o'clock. J ,J'i! California.-By the Brutas^thiàyeyening at six o'olook. : ''n! ; "; ^V!! ' .

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 February 1851

COASTERS OUTWARDS. /*/' ' ' February 6.-Victory, 19,,Fisher» fojilfriabane: Water, ia ballast ; Margaret^ ajfoiLjimbjct, fp* \ Newcastle,- in ballast ; ElizabetJb»M3^üßpyle,!for.; .Newcastle,, in ballast ;. Warloch fyH&ibiofySot. * Newcastle,in ballast,', Beppo^4, ßuxnelij for . the ¡ Bellinger River, in ballast j Elizabeth Jane, 13, Easton, for Port Macquarie, wit^h sundries._

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"THE EMPIRE." [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 February 1851

"THE EMPIRE." THE EMPIRÉ, " of to-morrow» (SATURDAY) February 8th, will be a double Paper, con- sisting of thirty-two columns of matter. . It will contain the 'conclusion of thé'Article from the " Edinburgh Review," On the Gorham Controversy, and a variety of'interesting Extracts, ashwell ar I Original Articles, and a' general Summary of Local' 'News. . " . ____ . ' .'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 February 1851

MR. THOMAS A. NEWALL hos been ap- pointed SHIPPING REPORTER to this paper. Empire. Office, January 18. MR, EDWARD FERRIS has been appointed COLLECTOR to THE; EMPIRE, and is. au- thorised to receive moneys on account of the pro ' prietor.. I Empire Office, Hunter-street, January 21, 1851.

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COTTON CULTIVATION. To the Editor of the Maitland Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 February 1851

COTTON CULTIVATION. To the Editor of the Maitland Mercury. Sm,-You tire probably aware that a large quan- tity-45 barrels in all-ol' Sea Island cotton seed has recently been forwarded to me, by way of Liverpool from tho city of Savannah j in America, with a view to ascertain the capabilities of the soil and climate ot' this country for the pro- duction of that important article of agricultural produce. The seed is of tho first quality, and was procured by a mercantile house in Savannah, of which the head in Liverpool had for many, years been himself a cotton planter in Georgia ; it has been pucked ¿in iron hooped, and, I believe, air tight casks, with the greatest care. As it will evidently be of the utmost importance to the colony that this experiment should not only be made in 'as many suitable localities ns possible, but should be made in each of these localities in such a way ns to ensure success, I would propose that cotton-growing associations should be formed for the purpose ...

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Original Correspondence. CRUELTY TO DUMB ANIMALS. To the Editor of The Empire. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 February 1851

Original Correspondence. CRUELTY"-TO DUMB ANIMALS. To the Editor of The Empire. SIR;-I have lately observed two letters inserted in the Sydney Morning Herald relating to the sub- ject upon which I now dwell, and finding that no notice ha3 been taken of :them by the authorities, I cannot restrain from impressing it more strongly on their minds-(Perhaps none of them take the . Herald, and consequently have not seen them, and I now write in the hope that if they don't, perhaps they may take the Umpire). I It was only the morning before last, that I '"observed the constable, who is stationed in the Government Domain, stand and level a musket at two unfortunate dogs, and certainly he hit them both, but killed neither on the spot, the one having run away howling, and the other left staggering about, when ho went up to the latter ana despatched him with the but-end of his gun, and then did not kill the poor wretch, until he had repeated his blows about half a dozen times. Now in one of the...

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

In his luster Dr. I.nn¡* states that he thinks | it vfotiM not ho desirable to plant th^ uotton , st'i:d heiii m un fuviier period than May or j .June. Tt-u .-...i: tl ii rik, voulii ho lui ly three 1 ? months' too early, The best time for planting po^pn see»! here is one of the points that ba» yet to he determined. But, judging from the data supplied by experiments'so far made, we should say that that time lies between the be- ginning bf September and the end of Novem- ber. .JIf planted in September or October,«the young plants will not be likely to suffer from the late frosts ; while the produce will gene- rally be matured before the early frosts set in. But, as we before observed, this is one of the points which actual experience alone can sa- tisfactorily determine. Those amongst our cultivators who are anxious to try cotton-growing on a scale sufficient to test fairly 'the cost.of cultivation, and the quantity and value of the produce, have now, so far as an ample supply of,goo...

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Police Office. THURSDAY, 6TH FEBRUARY. Before the Police Magistrate, James Sheen Dowling, Esquire. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 February 1851

Polio« Office;. ! THURSDAY, 6TH FEBRBART. % I Before the Police Magistrate,.. JaraeB Sheen . Dowling, Esquire. number of charges against drunken, and disor- derly persons, no less than fifteen individual» having been dealt with hy the Bench for BuchV offences. A FEMALE BOCCE AND VAGABOND.-A woman, named Silk, was sent to gaol with the above legi- bly written character. She had been found liy. the constable, who took her into custody for being drunk and exposing her persan in the streets. ? Six months ia the period ot her penance. BREACH OF THE TOLL ACT.-Mr. Charles Obec^ the present Lessee of the Sydney gate, appeared to answer the charge of a Air. Dolling, for having; failed to- eomply with the 19th section of the Toll. Act, which enacts " That the lessee or collectors of the said several tolls or dues respectively, shall'; placeur cause to be placed,by themselves or some- one of their collectors, keepers, or servants, on, of tolls), the christian and surname of the- collée-, place...

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THE WORKING CLASSES OF GREAT BRITAIN. Their present condition, and the means of their Improvement and Elevation. A Prize Essay. CHAP. V— EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYED. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 February 1851

THE WORKING GLASSES OB GREAT' BRITA 1 N¡ v Their presen ^condition,, atttf We means of their r Improvement and Elevation;' '""üf! Bfize Essay!. By tho Rev. Samuel Qr Green,.A.B.. OHAP-.. V.-EMPLOYEfts' AND EMPLOYED. (Continued,.)^ ? . "But in-, themselves,."tïïe accomplishments andi acquirements which working- people may attain from social- intercourse with their, betters, aro groat things. Tho- sanio kind-hearted employer whom I have quoted, before, speaksitbus upon tho subject:-* Another/point whick has appeared to. mo of great importance is,.to- provide as many, resources as possible-of- interest and amusement for their leisure hours ; something.,to which they, may returu with renewed, relish when.their, daily work is-done ; which may vender their homes-i cheerful-mid happy, and may afford.aubjeots of. thought;.conversation,.and pursuit, among., tueiu. Moreover, «. habit of attention, and even spion* tifie modes of thought; aro óften; called out in young people when they «re lear...

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THE STATE PRISONERS— PUBLIC MEETING. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 February 1851

THE STATE PRISONERS. - PUBLIC MEETING. (Continued.) ' Dr. Lang, M.L.C., came forward amidst great cheeping, which lasted for some time. It was with great willingness he observed that, he came forward on this occasion to sym-¡ pathise with thc unfortunate position of the; gentlemen concerning whom so much had .been said that evening, and whose case had excited so warmly the sympathies bf,this, assembly. Ile could not regard those men. but RS patriots. There was nothing either in their-past or present conduct to merit any' 'otherdesignation. If ever there was a "case of persons being sent ont as convicts, who did not deserve the name, certainly this was it The rank is hnt the guinea stamp,. The man's the gowa for a' that. m m m A prince cnn mak a belted knight, A Marquis, Duke, and a' that, But an honest man's aboon his might,. Gud faith he manna fa' that. Like the illustrions Kossuth, the Hungarian ¡ chief, these exiles were suffering exile on be-, half of their country ; their great...

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