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Agents for the Empire. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 February 1851
Ayante for.tha Empira. SYDNET AND THE SUBURBS- Mr. James Alexander, Botany-st, Chippendale; Mr. Thqmas Lusty,, Bazaar, opposite Wright's Brewery, George-* . street,-South; Mr. Samuel ? Weldon,, corner of , Burdekins, Terrace.and South. Head Hoad. . BATHURST.-Mr. Charles James, bookseller,* WiU Ham-street; and Mr. J. R. Jones, George» street. ..."...., DUNGOG.-Mr. Thomas Hanna, Postmaster* ' DAPTO.-Mn-'John- M'Rae, storekeeper,. .' ' GUNDAGAI.-Mr. H. M. Turnbull, ditto. /['? ^MURRURUNDI.--Mr. A. Brodie^ Postmaster:., ; PORT FAIRY.-Mr. Edmund Gleeson, storekeeper. .? PARRAMATTA.-Mr':- Hugh Taylor. ' ' ' '' GRAFTON, CLARENCE 'Rxttvi^'MrYl^iam;,'Pöij;'' mer, Grafton. Hotel. . "', " WINDSOR.-Mr. Robert SUwarti:*WaÙhmàkir^ George-street. ' MORETON BAY.-Mr, William u^S^ijAffjffiorth ? Brisbane. , / , ..?..-.> vlj^vî98»b .: GOULBURN.-Mr. David Davtßr ,Old,.jJoni0erçial. Store, Sloane-street. , , ..*&lt;.. vbolwcia^.'. GUNDEROO.-Mr.. Joseph Edgar;.Postmaster. . WARRNAMBOOL.-Mr. Th...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 7 February 1851
BURGLARY.-The. house of Mr. Norton's gardener, situated between the Balmain and Parramatta roads, was feloniously entered on Tuesday morning last, «nd several articles of wearing apparel stolen therefrom. The value of the property so abstracted is estimated at j£5 5s. A SUPPOSED BOLTER.-A Mrs. Berner, residing near Carters Barracks, on Wednes- day last, gave information to the police of I having been victimized under the following circumstances. She was in the company of a man nick-named Long Charley, at a lodg- ing house in Beeches Lane, when she gave the delinquent thirty-three one pound notes to take care of ; he bolted with the money, and it is thought that Moreton Bay is his point of destination, and that he was a pas- senger in the Eagle steamer, which left the port on the previous evening. MO(O)RE CHINAMEN.-*The Duke of Roa&urgh, which arrived yesterday from Amoy, has brought a cargo'of 242 yellow human animals. The pa- triotic speculation, we are informed, belongs to...
Original Correspondence. To the Editor of The Empire. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 8 February 1851
Original Correspondence. To tho Editor of The Empire. SIR-If I had such a Clerk in my Counting I hoiiBO as ho who appends to a letter in to-day's Empire Hie signature of « A Clerk in a^ Merchant's Countmg'bouse," I would most certainly release him from his duties at 12 o'clock on Saturday's, and ¿ive him his wished for half holiday ; but I should, in' return, expect that be would improve the occasion by going to school to learn grammar and composition. Your dailv friend, " A MERCHANT. Qi'orgp-strpet, 6th Feb., 1851.
INSOLVENT COURT—FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 8 February 1851
INSOLVENT COURT.-FRIDAY. i"n the Estate of Henry Vaughan, a single meeting. Debts proved, £35 18s. 3d. The insol- vent was allowed his furniture and woaring appa- rel, in consideration of his giving security for payment of rent and court fees. in the lístate of Mary Ann Marshall, a single meeting Dobts proved, £55 8s. Gd. With con- sent of creditors present the effects ordered to ho »old. In the Estate of William Chisholm, no pro- ceedings. MEETING THIS DAY. In the Estate of William Melville, a special .meeting at eleven o'clock.
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 8 February 1851
PROJECTED' DEPARTURES. The Moa for Auckland ; the Salaria for Well- ington and Port Lyttleton ; Favorite for, Mel- bourne V Chief, for San Francisco via- Newcastle, this day. , The Juliana for London ; Brutus for California, to-inorrow. The Louisa for Adelaide on Tuesday next. . . , . IMPORTS.. . February 7. - Glenbervie, barque, 388 tons, Captain Fullerton, from London, with 30 tons rook salt, 700 bags white salt, 5 bales bags, 1 case harness, 8 quarter-casks, 25 cases Spanish wine, 22 casks beer, 100 cases British gin, 2 bales 1 cask -merchandise, 50 cases brandy, Cooper, Brothers, & Co. ; 100 hogsheads beer, 1 case mer- chandise, G. Crawley;'112 casks beer, 4 cases lemonade;-10 casks vinegar, 22 casks Epsom salts, Smith, Croft, and'Co. j 9 7 casks cider, William Nimmo and Co. ;r 60 barrels and 39 half-barrels berringa, Smith, ' Campbell, and Co. ; 70 casks gun powder, Bogue and Co. ; 3 tierces lead pipe, 6 sheets milled* lead, 5 casks 8 quarter casks mer- chandise! 20'can...
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 8 February 1851
EXPORTS. February 7. - Favourite, schooner, 96 tons, Captain Stericker,for Melbourne, with 18,400 feet cedar, 7 tons coals, 6 pine beams, 13 kegs and 1 cask white lead, 79 barrow wheels, 30 dozen buckets, E. M. Sayers; 19 packages furniture, J. Frazer ; 3 hogsheads and 42 quarter-casks port wine, J. Solomon'; 1 bale and 1 bale, J. Moore; 5 tons loaf sugar, Australian Sugar Company ; 6 casks herrings, »J. Steelo; 150 bushels maize, H. Ferris ; 5 packngps merchandize, H. and S. Cooke ; I parcel, W. R. Piddington.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 8 February 1851
POST OFFICE INQUIRY.-The disclo- sures which have been made during tho progress of this inquiry, are, we believe, by no meaus such as the existing Post Office authorities could desire. From in- formation, which we have received indi- rectly, it appears that the Postmaster Oeneral has had the indecency to claim the privilege of being present whilst a late subordinate in his establishment was being examined ; and what is nearly equally indecent, the chairman of the 13oard would have willingly complied with the proposition, if it had not been for the strenuous opposition of the other mem- bers, particula»'ly of one gentleman, who has repeatedly distinguished himself in the cause of reform. Among other strange revelations that have been made, if rumour speaks truly, is one, which, if it does not indicate the grossest corruption, certainly implies a lamentable want of diligence, or competency, on the part of those con- cerned. It has come out, we understand, it» the evidence recorded by ...
COASTERS OUTWARDS.. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 8 February 1851
COASTERS OUTWARDS. . Fobruary 7.-Mary Ann, l8, Greenfield, for Newcastle, in ballast. Rover,'15, Slinw^ for tho Hawkesbury, in ballast. Crioket Player,' 12, Loutit, for tho llaw.kesburvyin'b'allast.' Dufiahce, 15, West, for tho Hawkesbury* 'with Sundries. Sylph, 25, Laoy, and tho Rainbow,''IO,idi'miiig ton, for Brisbane Witter, with sundries. ;'Tamar, . steamer, 130, Paine, for' Morpoth, with'sundries. 331 ian beth Cohen, ,43, ,,Watson, for Port Mac- quarie, with sundrres.>vil ',
DR. BLAND AND HIS TRANSPORTATION PAMPHLETS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 8 February 1851
Dît. BLAND AND HIS TRANSPOR- TATION PAMPHLETS. . IN our issue of the 11th ultimo, we pub- lished a letter from the Times of the 2Cth of September, signed " J. O." wherein the writer bitte»ly complained of having been charged 14?. and Sd. postage on what he designated " Mr. Bland's trashy pam- phlets," forwarded to him from Sydney This letter was afterwards copied into the Iferald and was succeeded, at the instance of some »Sydney friend of Dr. Bland's, by the transcript of a reply sent to the Timen by " J. A. li.," who claimed the worthy doctor as a " valued friend." "J. A. B.'s" epistle elicited a rejoiner from " J. 0." in which the bullying taunt that the latter would not have dared (!) to grumble at paying tho fourteen and eightpcnce, had Dr. Bland been at his elbow, is somewhat sharply bub very coolly and amusively treated. Wo extract tho lottcr.
SHIPS' MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 8 February 1851
Snil'B' MAILS. London-Juliana, this evening, at 6 o'clock. London- Agrícola, .on Tuesday evening uoxt, ut C o'clock. . ....,,' California-Brutus, this ovuni.ig at .&lt;> oVloclc. Aili'iitidu-UUtîU, »u Monday, evening IIOAI, at () u'lUClV.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 8 February 1851
Tho length of tho'-Glouuervio's passage lins been 109 days. ShVhiis boen for the hut fifteen days hanging nuoht^thoj aoast. Sho reports having exchanged simmis^vjth the Wild Irish Girl, oil* Capo Howe, Jaát1 Saturday., Slio spoke the Geelong, reported'as',having arrived at Port Phillip. ' ." ' ' ' . ..
CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 8 February 1851
CLEARANCES. February 7.-Chief, barque, 193 tons, Captain Keller, for San Francisco, via, Newcastle, in ballast. ' *- " " ''* February 7,-Favorite,, schooner,-96^ tons, Cap- tain Stencker, for Melbourne.' Passengers Captain Steele, Mr. Wilkinson, Mr.°Éurhétt, Mr. Burnett, junr. Mr. and Mrs.' Thompson, MUs Martha, Mr. Frazer, Mr. Durant, Mr. Hilloway, Mr. Brown, Mr. Hagen, Mr. Nain, Mr. Monck, I Mr. Preston, and Mr. and Mrs. Potter, Mr. ' Buucle, Mr. Meston, Mr. Perrott, and Mr. Frazer.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE, ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 8 February 1851
SHIPPISfO INTELLIGENCE, , v ABJUVAW ^FBTOUART 7.-Glenbervie, barque, 388 tons, Cnp tain Fullerton from the Down», the 21»t Optober, Passengers-Mr. J. Hunter, Mr. James and Mrs ?Webster and three daughters, Mr. William Ed xnouds, and Mr. Thomas Brown.
WHOLESALE MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 8 February 1851
WHOLESALE MARKET PfíICES. ' GRAIN.-Wheat, per bushel, from 5s. Gd. to 5s 9d.'; the supply to the market this week has been small, and sales easily effected. Barley, dtyto, 3s. to 3s. Od.; the greater part of tl'ie supply is bought for hhipmént, good samples ure scarce. Maize, ditto, 3a. 3d. to 3s. Gd ; the sup- ply has been small, and sales aro easily effected. Oats, ditto, 2s. 6d.Mo.3s.'; several of the stores " are without gbb"d rfn'tfrpjes, 7 \1' *', POULTRY.-Fowls,'j«?r couple, Is. 3d to Is.- 8d. ; sales are very dull, and the supply is very interior. Duck«, ditto, Is. Gd. to 3s ; the mirkets is nearly overstocked with inferior birds. Turkeys, ditto, 4s. Gd. to.Gs. ; very few good cock birds coming to market. Geese, ditto, 4s. to 5s. : the market is nearly overstocked. Eggs, per dozen, 8d. to 9d. ; the supply has been large, and sales-are rather dull. DAIRY.-Butter, per pound, Gd. to 8d. ; the supply is very small, and a rise in gram is daily expected. Cheese, ditto, 4.M. to 5id...
HOBART TOWN, JANUARY 21. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 8 February 1851
IIoBART'TowN, JANUARY 21. Tho wheat market is very dull this morning. Oats are at 4s. 3d. per bushel, uarley 4s. 6d. por ditto. Flour was purchased yesterday morning at £14 per ton. The general'price oí'bread is 3d. per 2lbs. loaf.- Courier. At Boll and Howe's salo at Longford yesterday, the following prices were realised;-Fat lambs, 4s. Id. per head; ewes, Gs. Id. ,- wethers, 6s. lid.; bullocks, £6 17s. Gd. to £8 2s. Gd.; steers and heifers. £3d. 17s. Gd. to £4 10s. ; milch cows in calf, £3 15s. to £5 ; yearlings, 15s.; cows in very low condition, 24s. to 40s.-Launceston Exami- ner, Jan. 22.
SETTLERS' WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 8 February 1851
.SETTLERS' WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT. Wheat-In demand at from 5s. to 5s. ' 6d. per bushel. Flour-Is quoted at the mills, fino at ¿£14, and seconds£12 per ton Maize-Varies as to sample, from.2s. 6d..to Is. 6d.. per bushel » - English Barley-Scarce and in demand Capo ditto-Saleable Hay-The market woll supplied, and prices varying from .£2 10s. to £.3 lOs.-per ton ifuttor-Soils readily from Gd.-to 8d. per lb. Choose-Scarce, unil.in"deniand Bacon and Hams-Well cured und in demnnd . Eggs-If fresh,nro worth about Gj'd. per dozen Fut Pigs-Of small H'IZCS, in good condition, aro sak'ublo .- . Calves-Nominal Sheep-Middling qualities ure plentiful, very primo and heavy ono ure saleable . Bullocks-Tho supply plentiful, '.but primo beastrt will meet with ready sale T.dlnw-hi ilenuitid torVliiplniufnt."from C£G l" £:'^ per tt'U, very li tilts iu the market MUMMTTIT 1 Mft**«WSi l«t fr.- *..-.?» 1 r -THi(l«S"Continwe very saleable, nt fthout Id. iper lb, *j> r Tobacco-Demand, steady and priées fi...