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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 31 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 I Edward Hunt, Deputy Chairman \ Ralph M. Robey G. E. R. Lingard \ _ A. Campbell Brown Ambrose Foss c Rpwand Ronald John Rice Rundle I George Chisholm. I , ?'?SOLICITORS: - I . Messrs. Young and Billyard. STANDING COUNSEL :— , . George Smyth, Esq., Earrister»at- Law. SURVEYOR:— ; Mr. John Bibb. CONSULTING ACTUARY. r Mr. Archibald Campbell. BANKERS :^- The Commercial Bank. k ' — ? ? ' ? ' h . ' ^MANAGER:— : ? 1} £ Mr. Robert A. Fitzgerald, . |i THE GENERAL OBJECTS OF THIS | SOCIETY ARE:— r To raise a fund by the monthly payments of the I f Shareholders which shall be available to each as may I tie required. I 1st. For the purchase of their own business I premises, or private dwellings, or other property, or I the erection of b...

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Ecclesiastical Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 31 October 1850

-£ccle0i«$ticfll intelligence. Aia Saints Day.— This great Festival, which occurs to-morrow is a holiday of obligation. There will be Pontifical High Mass at the hour of eleven. 1 This least is also called the feast of Allhalloivs. Its origin is referred to the year 607; when Phocas, the Emperor, wrested the Pantheon from the paeans, and bestowed that splendid edifice upon the Sthfui. In A.D. 837, Gregory IV, at the wislvof Louis le Debonnaire, altered the anniversary of this feast from the first of May to the first of November, where it has remained until the present time; assigning- as the motive of such change, that as the harvest was then gathered in, less inconve nience would arise from thCvast concourse of pious poor who resorted to Borne,, for the purpose oi Sevotion at this high festiva . 'Alhallows Day,' says the author at -Mortis, ' closed the festi vity of the harvest. As the labourer and vintager had now received the fruit of their pains, so it was proper that the labour...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 31 October 1850

TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. ..,,.-.. .. We have reason to be satisfied with the number of our subscribers — they are sufficient to meet the . current and necessary expenses of publishing the Freeman's Journal, provided the ' terms' of pub lication be punctually complied with, viz.: quarterly payments in advance. This ' Rule' is strictly adhered to by the Proprietors of all English and Irish Newspapers, and its observance contributes much to the efficiency and stability of the respect able papers in the Mother Country. It can make but little difference to each subscriber to pay 6s. in the beginning, father than at the end of the quar ter, but in the aggregate it makes a very serious difference to the Publisher. Those who have undertaken to supply the read-' ers of The Freeman with a journal worthy of their notice and support, consider that they have fully discharged their duty in this respect, by giving, freely and gratuitously, much of their time and the fruits of their study for the benefi...

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IRISH FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 31 October 1850

hush' fair. ? Moy. — This fair, held on Monday, turned out one of the best ;'or the holders of stock which has bet n held for a long timp. The supply was, with the excep tion of sheep, very large, and very few animals re turned home unsold. Horses, both for draught and harness, aold readily at good pricps, and were in considerable demand. Black cattle were also very plentiful, the business done in which was large, and farmers, in nil casps, went home well pleased with.the prices ob'airied. Pat stock sold particularly 'high, and the graziers eagerly bought up all that came in their way that suited their purpose. The supply of sheep was rather limited, but the demand' was brisk, and a considerably larger business would have been done h'id the animals been forward. The superior condition of all descriptions of stock was the theme of general observation, and the good prices obtained occasioned a return to the good old times to tip irit.i'ci p-ited by all presents — Newry 'telegraph June...

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THE REV. M R. CORKRAN ON TENANT RIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 31 October 1850

T HE RE i V.' MR. CORK RAN ON TENANT RIGHT. The classical and patriotic letters on the ' Reconciliation' of parties in Ireland, lately published in our columns, from the pen of this Priest, must have left a favourable in-., pression on the reader's mind as to h» talents and character. His views ou the important question of Tenant Eight that is now attracting so much of the public atten tion in Ireland, are conveyed in the follow ing speed), wmen ne maueata puuuc meet. 1 'ing, lately held at Belcboly, County Cork:— ? The Eev. Mr.. Corkran came forward amidst loiid. cheers to address the meeting. After some intro ductory observations, he said — It is now, and many of you recollect it well, about twenty years since we held our last out-door open-air meeting on the hills of Carrigaline, toprotest against the monstrous system of the tithe business. X was then a young curate, and I went at the head of 1500 able, stal wart men to that meeting— I am glad that I am not too old to come to thi...

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THE CHURCHES AND BASILICAS OF ROME. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 31 October 1850

THE CHURCHES AND BASILICAS , . . ' OF ROME. , ? (From the Illustrated London Neivs.J [We extract the following article from a supplement to one of the numbers of the above-named spirited Journal, which' is. wholly occupied with a Memoir on the History and Topography of Rome, by William Joseph O'Hea. The whole paper is well worth reading, and we cannot refrain from recording our gratitude, to the Editor for affording so much valuable information in so attractive a shape, upon a subject that is full of thrilling interest to every Catholic ' heart.] v Numerous and remarkable as are the Palaces and Villas, of 'Home, the grand characteristic feature of the city is , its Churches, of; which there are about three hundred and sixty. Of those in the' neigh bourhood of the Corso, we may mention San Lorenzo in Lucina, Santa Maria del Popolo, Santa Maria sopra Minerva, San Carlo al Corso, San Marco, and the two Jesuit . churches of the Gesu and SW Ignacio, the former of which contains a very go...

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TENANT-RIGHT MEETING IN BELFAST. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 31 October 1850

TENANT-RIGHT MEETING IN BELFAST. Belfast,';.Wednesday Evening. — The great Pro vincial Tenant-right. Meeting for Ulster was truly a great demonstration. It was lield in the Music Hall. Every available 'spot of room was filled to overflowing within a few minutes after, the chair was taken, and many hundreds went away unable to obtain admission.-; :The leading points of, the resolutions were .—The right of the tenantry to ihs benefit of all' their- own' improvements, past, pre sent, and. future; the right, of the tenantry, founded on 'their ancient custom, to a .continued occupation of their lands, at a fair 'rent, as contradistinguished from a rack-rent ; and the hearty approval of the meeting given to the proposed tenant-right confer rence in Dublin, and especially to the formation of a Tenant League for all Ireland. ' - Ulster has unreservedly pledged herself to a union with the rest of Ireland. Catholic and Presbyterian clergymen met in. brotherhood on the platform to day — a happ...

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ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 31 October 1850

KOYAL IRISH ACADEMY. {Dublin Evening Post, June IS.) The members of this institute met on Monday evening at their House, G-rafton-street. The meeting, which was numerously attended, Avas honoured by the presence of the Lord Lieutenant. His Excellency, accompanied by an aide-de-camp, arrived shortly after eight o'clock, and was received by the president, secretaries, and other officers' of the Academy. His Excellency' was accommodated with a seat near the chair, which was occupied by the Rev. Dr; J Lloyd, S.E.T.C.D., President, of the Academy. ?? ? '? , , ?? ; . - The Rev. Dr. Todd (Hon. Sec.) acknowledged the receipt of the following donations to'the'mu . seum .- — . .;/,,!? A Stone Hatchet, found in. the Bog of' Allen. ?Presented by Mr. Bury. A Model of a Gold Torque, found in Perthshire, and exactly similar to some of the Torques in the Museum of the Royal Irish Academy. Presented by the Hon.. James Talbot. \ Seven Bronze and Copper Spear Heads, from an excavation in the Midland G...

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LITERATURE. HIGH-CHURCH PAMPHLETS ON THE GORHAM QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 31 October 1850

LITERATURE. HIGH-CHURCH PAMPHLtiTS ON THE GORHAM QUESTION. - ( From the Dublin Review. ) The names of Maskell, Keble, Bennett, Neale, and Dodsvtorth, have, in various ways been connected wich what was for merly known 'as the Oxford School, in the English Establishment. They all seem to feel the reality of the danger which threatens ihom ? anA thov onfof intn pnnBirtavsfinn rif ! the present crisis, with the .earnestness of men, who believe the time is come for act ing, rather than talking, and who are willing to face the clear difficulties of their position. We will endeavour to compare and analyse their views ; and to place before our readers as clear a digest, as time and place will per mit, of their suggestions. The first thing that strikes us as prom inent in them all, and as strangely contrast ing with the first, and originally moving principles of the High-Church develop ment, is their total disregard, or rather over looking, of episcopal agency or importance, in the present c...

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WHOLESALE SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 31 October 1850

WHOLESALE SYDNEY MARKETS. Poultry.— Fowls, from 2s. 6d, to 3s. Od. ; ducks, 3s. 6d. to 4s. Od. ; geese, 4s. Gd.to 5s. ; turkeys, 8h. to 103. ; pigeons, 9d. ; wild ducks, 2s. Od. to 2s. 6d. per couple ; roasting pigs. 2s. 9d. to 3a. Od. each. Dairy Produce. — Fresh butter, 6d. to7d. ; salt, 4(1., per lb. ; cheese, 6d. to Od. ; bacon, 5d. to Gd. ; lard, 2d. ; fgas, 7d. to 8d. per dozen. Vegetables. — Potatoes— Der went, £5 to £5 l°s. others, £3 10s. to £3 ' 5s. : per ton ; cabbages. 2s. to 2s. 6d. per dr.zen ; cauliflowers. 3s. 6d 10 4s. 6(1, ; lettuces, 3d. to Od. per bunco ; turnips, 1. 6d. to 0s. Od. per dozen ; parsley, Is. 6d. ; celery, Is. 6d. ; IaoI^c la flr\ m r\a t cr- Itic 1c RA ? nn arAfo 1c (\i1 - ? 1 icvn^f as* v«» j g/ui uii * j''i &»? uu« 1 kail ubOf 1 ??? u««« j pumpkins'. 3s. 6'd. to 4s. per dozen , green peas. 2a. Od, to 2s. 2d. per bushel ; bread beans, Is. 3d. to 2s. per bushel. Fruit.— Oranges. 2d. to 4d per dozen. ; lemens— Lisbon, Id. to 4d. ; loquats, I...

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TUESDAY. Before their Honors the three Judges. KEENAN V. G. S. YARNTON, ONE, &C. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 31 October 1850

TUESDAY. Before their Honors the three Judges. - KEENAN V. G. S. YARNTON, ONE, &C. The Attorney General moved for a rule nisi, calling upon Mr. Yarnton to show cause why he should not answer to certain matters set forth in an affidavit filed by Keenan. Keenan had been a seaman on board the Juno, and had employed Mr. Yarnton to summon the captain for Avages. A summons had been taken out in the Water Police Court, but subsequently abandoned. ? Keenan then sued in the Supreme Court in forma paujteris. He was nonsuited, and a new trial granted. Plaintiff's claim was £15 15. Defendant paid into court £3 2s. 6'd , and plaintiff had a verdict of £7 odd. He had applied to Mr. Yarnton for the money ; but instead of getting it, a bill of costs was sent to him for £32 5s. 7d. Rule granted, returnable on Saturday. DOE DEM. THOMPSON V. PALMER. An action of ejectment to recover a farm of fifty acres in the county of Northumberland. A new trial moved for and granted.

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SHORTCUTS ACROSS THE GLOBE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 31 October 1850

SHORTCUTS ACROSS THE GLOBE. (From Dickens Household Words.') To a person who wishes to sail to Califor nia an inspection of the map of the world reveals a provoking peculiarity. The Atlan tic Ocean — the highway cf the globs — being separated from the Pacific by the great wes tern continent, it is impossible to sail to the opposite coast without going thousands of miles out of his way ; for he must double Cane Horn. Yet a closer insDection of the map will discover that but for one little barrier of land, which is in size but as a grain of sand to the bed of the ocean, the passage would be direct. Were it not for that small neck of land, the Isthmus of Pa nama (which narrows in one place to twenty eight miles) he might save a voyage of from six to eight thousand miles, and pass at once into the Pacific Ocean. -Again, if his desires (end towards the East, he percieves that but for the Isthmus of Suez, he would not be obliged to double the Cape of Good Hope. The Eastern difficulty has ...

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SATURDAY AND MONDAY. Before their honors the three Judges. BANK OF AUSTRALASIA V. FRASER AND WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 31 October 1850

SATURDAY AND MONDAY. Before their honors the three Judges. «AVK OF AUSTRALASIA V. ERASER AND WIFE. A writ of scire facias, to revive a judgment signed against the Bank of Australia, was issued by the Bank of Australasia, with the leave of the full Court. The defendants, who have never been in the Colony, executed the bank deed by power of attorney. Plaintiffs had signed judgment ,in the scire facias, and attached certain stock belonging to defendants. Before signing, plaintiffs had pur sued the practice pointed out . in the 98th rule of the book of practice, p.p. 91 and 92. To set aside the writ oi scire jacias ana suosequent proceedings, a summons had been taken out and heard in cham bers, but the matter was adjourned to the full Court. - Mr. Fisher appeared in support of the summons. He submitted that two nihils Avere not sufficient to found a judgment, except against parties who had previously been before the Court ; were it otherwise the whole process would be a mere mockery — D...

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LETTERS FROM BELGIUM. (Continued from our last.) LETTER III. Belgium, [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 31 October 1850

LETTERS EROM BELGIUM. (From tiie Catholic Weekly Instructor. J (Continued from our last.) LETTER HI. Belgium, My dear old Thomas, I must now tell you something about our clergymen. I 'dare say you know that the Head of the Roman Catholic Church is the Pope. Every clergyman all over the world is under his spiritual government. Whether in America, or in India, or in New South Wales, or in England, or in Ireland, or in France, every Roman Catholic clergyman, whether bishop, or rector, or tutor in a col lege, or doctor in a university, is governed by the Pope, and takes upon himself the vow of submission to him at his ordination. To assist him in so great a work, he has many very learned men called cardinals, living in Home with him ; and in every country certain powers belong to bishops, for the government of the clergy in their own diocese. In countries where the bishops are free to exercise all the powers the church gives to them, and to govern according to her laws, the good order a...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 31 October 1850

gi)ip$in# intelligence* ARRIVAL. ! October 24. — Toroa, schooner, 53 tons, Captain i Williamson, from Moreton Bay the 19th inst. | October 26. — Oriental, ship, 607 tons, Captain' I Taylor, fiom Port Phillip the 12th inst. October 26. — Eagle, steamer, 150 tons, Captain Allen, from Morefjon Bay the 23rd inst. October 27. — Lucy, ship, 1130 tons, Captain Par cnnc -fVr*»Yi 1-*r*T»f 'PV»i1Kt\ Vli/i 1 Of \i inot j October 27.— Helen, schooner, 70. tons, Captain Edy, from Wide Bay. October 28. — Titania, schooner, 140 tons, Captain Knight, from Java the 23rd August. ' October 29. — Emerald Isle, ship, 501 tons, Captain Holt, from the Downs the 15th June, and Simon's j Bay the 25th August. October 30. — Timardra, ship, Captain Ellis, from San Francisco. DP.PARTUKRP. - October 24. — Romp, schooner, 91 tons, Captain Henderson, for Swan River and Batavia. October 24. — Chieftain, schooner, 7 7 tons, Captain Watts, for Wide Bay. October 24. — Favorite, schooner, 96 tons, Captain Stericker, fo...

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Domestic Intelligence. DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. THURSDAY. Before W. H. K[?]RR Esq., Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 31 October 1850

Bame$tic gntilltgnue. DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. - THURSDAY. Before W. H. K^rr. Esq., Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. In the estate of John George Bradford, an ad journed single meeting. One claim was proved : James Hemphill, £51. The insolvent was then examined, after which the official assignee was di rected to realise every asset in the estate. In the estate of Alexander Kellie, a first meeting was held, at which the following claims were proved: William Wallis, £64 10s. ; P. W. Plomer, £41 10s. lid. : and Kemp and Fairfax, £17 15s. 3d. FRIDAY. . In the estate of Charles Lewis, a first meeting was held. One claim was proved : Walter Beams, £439. In the estate of Robert Wilson, a first meeting. S. Peek andvCo., proved a claim for £206 8s. 2d., after which insolvent was examined at considerable length, and the meeting terminated. TUESDAY. In the estate of Thomas James M'Clelland, a special meeting was held, at which the creditors agreed to accept an amended offer of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 31 October 1850

TO BUILDERS. PARTIES desirous of Tendering for certain Excavations, Quarrying of Stones^ and Builder's Work proposed to be executed at St. Mary's Cathedral, May examine the Flans and Specifications, and receive every infor mation, by applying at St. Mary's Priory. Sealed Tenders for the same to be sent into the Vicar General's Office on or before Monday, the 11th of November. ^ The lowest Tender will not necessarily be accepted. St. Mary' Priory, October 30th, 1850. SUBSCRIPTIONS towards the Erection of St. Aueustin's Church, Balmain,-— . £ s. d. AEesideut .. .. 1 16 0 Mr. Andrews , ... ..2 0 0 Messrs. Flavelle and Co. .. 0 10 0 Mr. Fearnley ? .. .. 0 10 0 ? . Mr. Gannon .?. . . 0 S 0 AEriend .. ..030 Mr. Eiley . ., ..070 Mr. Blakenev .. ..026, Mrs. Kedmond . . , ..050 A Lady Collector . . ..081 Mr. Campbell . . ',..050 Mr. Ferris . . ,..026 Mr. Lenehan . . ..050 Mr. Killeeri . . ..040 Mrs. Ham .. ..026 Mr. Hyland .. ... 0 5 0 Master O'Brien .. ..010 Two Friends . ??„.... .. 0 1 6 M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 31 October 1850

TO THE CITIZEN. ELECTORS OF THE CITY OF SYDNEY. g~^i KNTLEMK.N, — Having been perso \j£ nally requested by many of my fel low citizens, to give my consent to be placed in nomination, at the ensuing election of six members of the City Council, and their opinion of my fitness having been confirmed by the votes of a numerous body, at a public meeting, I adopt this means to make you acquainted with my sense of the honor that has been thus conferred on me ; and that if elected as one of your representatives, , I shall en deavour to manifest the sincerity and strength of this feeling, by my zeal and assiduity in the dis charge of my duty as a City Councillor. In one, and that as it appears to me a most impor tant, respect ; I might, without passing the bounds of humility, avow that I cannot but consider myself as competent to give some special assistance in the pro ceediugs of this municipal body. I refer to those sani tory measures, of which no one more than myself has had an opportunity...

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OUR OLD LAND. A VOICE FROM THE SONS OF ERIN IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 31 October 1850

OUR OLD LAND. A VOICE FROM THE SONS OF ERIN IN AUSTRALIA. Though 'twixt us, Erin, and thy shore, That shore which bounds so much we prize,   The billows of two oceans roar—   A mighty world of waters lies Yet waves or tide Cannot divide. Our hearts on thee so fondly set, Oh! no, Old Land, we love thee yet     Although thy vales, thy mountains high, Thy glassy lakes and rivers bright, The evening glories of thy sky-- Celestial waves of roseate light, No more surprise Our gladden' d eyes, Still we cannot such scenes forget;     No— no— Old Land, we love thee yet. Though, proud o'er tyranny and time, No + Pillar-tower rears its head, A hoary monument sublime   Of heroes gone— of glory fled!   To teach us truth As in our youth, And call for homage as a debt—   Still good Old Land, we love thee yet. Although the sad and solemn tones Awaken'd by the wand'ring wind In thy ol...

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ILLAWARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 7 November 1850

ILLAWARRA. (From a Correspondent » ) On whichsoever side, whether by the sea, or by the Campbelltown road, the traveller from Sydney approaches Wollongong, the township and its im mediate vicinity present to him a beautifully pictu resque appearance. By the latter way he falls sud denly upon enchanting scenery of hill and dale, and undulating fields, decked out in all the blooming' verdure of our father land, and made the more attractive by a frequent sprinkling of neatly formed country-seats, and .comfortable looking cot tages. As the traveller nears the tiny harbour, which has all the appearance of a boathouse, the bold little promontory right a-head, buffeted by the scowling surges of the immense Pacific, attracts his attention. On the top is a small flagstaff. On the right, and close by the beach, he observes a few pretty farm-houses, tastefully situated ; the land around formed into fields by timber fences. But the object that attracts his attentive observation, first and last,...

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