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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 8 February 1851

CEDAR.-Messrs. W. M. Tennent and Co. sold yesterday, ox Christina, from Sydney, 7Ç logs cedar, at from 19s. 6d. to 21s. 6d. por hundred 1'cet.-Melbourne Morning Herald, January 31. 1'AUNG.-Yesterday Messrs. W. M. Tennent and Co. sold, ox Ellen and Elizabeth, from Cir- cular Head, 5 feet paling at from 10s. to 12s, per hundred.-Ibid. WEKKIJT PRODUCE SAM?.-Robert Parkinson sold by public auction, on Tuesday, at the Stores i of Mr. Roopo, shoepskius ut 5d. pur lb.- Geelong \ Advertiser. ¡

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO. (Compiled from the Custom House Records for this Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 8 February 1851

SPIR2T3 ANO XOSACJO. {Compiled from the Custom House Records for this Journal.) i " week endin Feb. 7.1851 Rum,W.T,B.P. " E.I, & Mau- ri ti us B.P " For. States Arrack, Date, & ~ L'alm-trceUiini! ~ anil other 1<\S. not cnumurat Brandy. Geneva. Whisky. Liqueurs. British Spirits Total. Tobacco, Fig & Cavendish " Leaf.. Cigars. Snuff. Total., i- = gulls, galls. S0070¡ 2081 Nil 63G Nil 20000 11140 3683 97290 69127 14080 207 5268 301465 lbs. 76234 1135 23078 1748 102195 1707 3195 nil 396 8015 lbs, 25675 1274 nil galls. 4588 955 48 2896 726 85 nil' 112 > 2 1-ë-o» ..alls. Nil 9410 lbs. 4549 1274¡ 170; nil ' 30 20 nil 50 lbs. 872 nil 1220 nil 26949 5993 2092 L21059

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PORT PHILLIP SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 8 February 1851

PORT PHILLIP SHlPrÍNGr" ARRJVKP, January' 30,- Geelong, barque, 392 toña, R. Barr, commander, from London the 26th October, Passengers, cabin-Mr. James Turner, Mr. A. Cameron, Mr. W. ami Miss Cameron, Miss Sin- clair, Mr. H. Hoyle, Mr. Wm. M'MiUan, Mr. D. Judson, Mr. J. Clark, and Mr. T. Winter, t»teer uge, A. and Hnyh Campbell, J. M'Archur, W. Johnson, W. Seamer, wife and family. Agents, Jauk.Miu, Rae and Co* January 30.-George Buckham, barqup, 385 tons, John Matches, commander, from Geelong. Agents, Dalgety, Gore and Cu. January 30.-Honduras barque, 3S3 tons, W. Wright Silver, commander, from London the fir.st of October. « The barque Geelong arrived in the Biy yester- day morning, from London, after a very fine pas- sage of ninety-five days. She is commanded by Captain Barr, formerly of the Glen Huntley; the passengers speak in very high terms of Captain Barr and his officers. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 8 February 1851

BMOUNTÖASTLE has added to his stock * every description of Summer Hatty n por» tton consists of-- ' ' ', * Ventilated Paris, drab, and black'bats - Beaver, drab, and black hats ' Shell, drab, and black hats Ladies» best riding hats California felt hats of every colour and the most' approved shape A very large assortment of plain and fancy cloth caps Hats manufactured to order in any quantity A large assortment of every description of ; naval and military lace and ornaments, cockades, gold bands, &e. French Hat Manufactory, 3 77, Market-street. PREVENTION^ OF FRAUD S THE Undersigned has the sincerest pleasure in being able to apprise the Public of New South Wales, that the Right Honorable Earl Grey, Her Majesty's Secretary of State for the Colonies, has been pleased, at the instance of Professor Holloway, to instruct the Local Government of this colony to take measures for protecting the inhabitants of the territory against the counter- feiting of Holloway's Medicines ; that,...

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PORT PHILLIP. ANTI-TRANSPORTATION CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 8 February 1851

PORT PHILLIP. ANTI-TRANSPORTA.TÍON CON- FERENCE. TUB deliberations of the Van Diemen'* Land Delegates, and the Melbourne Anti-Trans* sporttitiou Committee, have at length nil but come to an end ; und, though fully aware of the topics which formed the material of so many and protracted discussions/in deference to the expressed wish of both bodies, we deem it impolitic, at the present moment, to give them publicity. We may, however, remark that the course finally adopted, is the holding of a Conference to which'the public will he admitted, at the Queen's Theatre, at one o'clock, on S.iturday, upOB which occasion the Prospectus of the proposed League will be submitted to the public, and toe League itself ushered into existence. , i -f. } . ? At a numerously attendednjmeéting of the Committee, held on Tuestlav,'His Worship the Mayor, Messrs. Westgarth .and j Stawell, were elected as Melbourne Delegates, to co operate with the Van -Diemen's Land Mia- I sionaries .in all future matters. ,...

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INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 8 February 1851

INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION". Tins interesting undertaking closed its' pro- ceedings yesterday evening, but, owing to nome undecision regarding the distribution of prizes, the same cannot be promulgated until this day. In taking a superficial view of the articles exhibited, we are convinced that some half dozen staple .commodities (notwithstand- ing the persuasion that the exhibition was a failure in point of variety) hove fully tsta bhshed the principle that Port Phillip is able to export staple commodities to an indefinite extent. We need only allude to the casks of Mr. Born, and those of Mr. Parnell 5 the for- mer securing the gold medal, und the latter the silver one. As regards these articles of colonial manufacture, we can only say that some prominent features we're made observ- able : first, the impervious nature of the wood ; secondly, its entire freedom from coil: tracting its dimensions, and its applicability for exporting our tallow and oil to the mother country. The cost is ab...

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A VISIT TO NEW ZEALAND. CHAP. III—"ADVANCE AUSTRALIA." (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 8 February 1851

A VISIT TO NEW ZEALAND. CHAP. III.-"ADVANCE AUSTRALIA." ' "?-- (Conntinued.) The' landing plaee was' erow.led with human beings, bales "of ''nfíer'cíiarídí's'e^ dogs, horses, sheep, cockatoos,' '"kegs'^'jof brandy and ale, water casks1," einpty^'aKd full, and rubbish of all sorts, in dire confusion. Immigrants, seamen, women and children, captains, policemen, and aboriginal blacks; talking, ¡dioiiting, shipping, and un- I shipping, asking questions, volunteer- ing servies, meeting, embracing, parties I vanishing-a complete class of teeming hu- manity. Broiling sun, clouds of dust, dry, ' burnt up grass, dirty looking brick and ( wooden houses-every third house being " public" and filled with customers, as in England. We advanced into the town, look- ing three ways at once. On the whole, we were disappointed at its appearance, though astonished at its extent. Everything wore a provincial look. Enquiring where we could be lodged, we found a decent looking tavern and hotel, called the ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 8 February 1851

- SUMMONS AGAINST TUR MAYOR.-Mr. James Harrison addrossetl tho Bench. He was credibly informed that his Worship had accused him from his seat on tho Bench, by his stating that he (Mr. Harrison) could not adhere to the truth, where the Mayor was concerned. If any injustice lind been done the Bench, lie should have been ready to apologise. His Worship-I only speak tho opinions of hundreds in this Town, who know it as well as I do ; your remedy is elsewhere-you must not como hero to lecture the Bench. Mr. Harrison-Since that is your Worship's view of the matter, I now apply for a summons against your Worship, for uttering a malioious and false libel from tlio Bench. His Worship the Mayor then rose, and left Mr. Strachan alono on tho Bench. Tho Clorlc of the Bench and Mr. Straohiui then consulted together, and the latter stated that ho would have no hesitation in granting the b.'im inons, if he had the power ; but ho thought thflt the proper course was to proceed hy criminal in- formati...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 8 February 1851

* As a general rule in the writings of tho later ïalhors, thero is no doubt that tho words which wo translate « Regeneration,' is usod oxclusively for Baptism. But it is equally certain that in tho curlier bathers it is used for Repentance,ov, as M'o should now say, Conversion. Seo Clem. Rom. i. d': Justin. Dial, in Trypli. g. 231. n. n. Com. Alex, (apud Eus. II. E. iii. 23.) Strom lib. ii. 8. 425. A. t '.riiootithotlrnl of Jlilnn is the solitiry exception in the eluircln»« ol' tho West, where the old pnic t.ico still continued.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 8 February 1851

0 Letter ol' the Uishop of Exeter to the Areh hkhop uf Canterbury, p. ,1;"»., ï Second Leiter, &c, by How W. Musuell, p. 15.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 8 February 1851

. Bacon, on * Church Controversies,' vol. iii., ]>. 60.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 8 February 1851

o Wall's « History of Infant Baptism,' vol. i. p. 200. In this work) mid in Bingham's «Antiqui- ties,' will be found most di' the authorities for the statements in the text,. f Bidiup Hull's «Letter to the Linly ltonoriu Hay.»

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 8 February 1851

A gentleman, near Ipswich, lately watohefl somo follows stealing'turnips from a field by menus of a dog which appeared to havo been trained in the business. The dog ran into tho field, drew a turnip and returned with it to his masters, who woro concealed behind a hedge. This ho repeated several times. Mr. William Henloy, of Thornhill, near Wootton-Bassett, has four Southdown ewes, with 8ÎX lambs hy their Bides. The samo ewos had six livmhs in March last. Two of the owes, which had two lambs each in March, have now also had two each. Perhaps this caso has had no prece- dent. The owes renred thoir first progeny vory, . satisfactorily, and the Rocond family are no«r thriving extremely well.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 8 February 1851

* It may hore ho noticed by tlio way, that in tho exposition of this creed by Bishop Pearson, although ho connects ' tho remission of sins' with the baptism of adults, so fur ns to nso the, two expressions in juxtaposition, thcro is no mention whatever of tho baptism of infants-a material omission, inasmuch ns on the question of adults tho Bishop of Exeter has expressed his entire conourreiiuo willi Mr. Gorham ¡ muí, therefore, on tim only point nt isutte, Bishop Pearson has ex- pressed no opinion uti all, ittitl 1MS doclnred that no opinion need bj expressed. (lïttmvn cr/ the Creed, Art. X.)

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 8 February 1851

* Mnnning' Sermons, vol. iv. p. n:)9. i Rporeli of Sir. ÍJiidelcy, pp. ßfi. 132. Letter of I lie Uuhop ol' K\cU'r, p 2-J.

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The Sydney Quarter Sessions. FRIDAY. Before the Chairman and D. Allen, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 8 February 1851

The Sydney Quarter Sessions. FRIDAY. Beforo the Chairman and D. Allon, Esq., J.p. Margaret Hogan and Mary Canol wcro in- dicted for feloniously stealing ft clock and other articles, the property of Daniel.Murphy, on 9th January last. Verdict-not guilty. Acquitted. Mary Fitzgerald was indicted tor stealing a saw, on tho Gth Jauuary last, the property ot Alfrod Cavall. The prisoner pleaded guilty, and was sentenced to be imprisoned in Sydney gaol, with hard labor, for six months. James Swarton was indicted for stealing a sovereign, and 17s. öd. in «Ive«-, on tho 14th instant? from tho person of William Egberry. Verdict-not guilty. Acquitted. Edward Lane was indicted for stealing money from the person of Edward Booker, on tho 12th January last. Verdict-not guilty. Ao- jamos Grev, mariner, was indicted for stealing £18 in notos "frota the porson of William Roberts. Verdict-guilty. Sentenced to be worked on the roads, or other public works, for 3 years. William Johnson was indicted tor s...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 8 February 1851

SÏDNEY, 7th February.-Mr. Stewart's sale of Horses, during tho past week, number forty-six head, at prices ranging from £2 to£14 10s. bach. The market remains fully Btooked, in point of number, with a steady domand for good, sound, young, and well-bred geldings. O.HCB UOBB UrOV THE WATERS, TEA, ONCE «OUR.-MY. John Terry Hughes will again op pear to-day at tho Polico Oflice, on a charge of fraudulent'insolvency. The party whose name stands on the list tis complainant is Mr. John Stirling, the present Cliiof Inspector of Distilleries. Mr. Martin lias boen retained to prosecute. Hthsrs. Nichols and Shuttleworth defend. Tho enquiry will bo continued in tho second court, at IO o'clock this morning, hofore tho Polico Magis- trate : and nstlie information fills upwards of 20 folios, und upwards of 40 witnesses hnve been .*obponed,ho will doubtless discover that tho ollico *f stipendiary magistrate is not invariably a sine «mr«. PKRJDtwr. - The necessary steps have hoon ia^en to bring to ju...

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 8 February 1851

COASTERS INWARDS. February 7.-Caroline,- 29, Prider, from New- castle, witli 1200 bushels whoat, 300 bushels bar- ley, 4 bags flour, 1 dray, 1 caso- sundries. Mary Ann, l8, Greenfield, from Newcastle, with l8 tons coals. Rainbow, 19, Pennington, from Bris- bane Water, with. 8000 feet timber,. 28,000 shingles. Orcadian. 14, Laughton, from the Hawkesbury, with 577 bushels maize, 75 bushels wheat, 4 bushels barley, 7 .bushels oats. Sylph, .28, Lacy, from Brisbauo Water, with 9001) feet timber,*!4,000 laths and 5000 shingles. Rose, steamer, 172,'Harding, from Morpeth, with 69 bales wool, 28 trusses^ hay, 2 bales sheepskins, 8 kegs tobacco, 75 linga flour,'154 bags potatoes,, 7 bags onions, 412-bushels grain, 68 bushels maize, and sundries. William the Fourth', steamer, Sul- livan, from Wollongong, willi 200 bags wheat, 100 bags potatoes, 60 kegs butter, 6 casks alo, 1000 feet timber, 40 pigs, Í0 calvos.

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To the Editor of the Times. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 8 February 1851

To the Editor of the Times. SIR,-T BOO tliat " J1. A. It.," a friend of " A3r. Bland, of tho Australian l'atriotio Association," lins taken up tho cudgels on behalf of that indis- creet gentleman, and has angrily denounced me and others because we complaiirof the licuvjr pufc tul expenso to which lie has subjected us. . "J. A. ft." proclaims his conviction that Iii» ' valued friend,' Mr. Uland, must huvo omitted to . lire-pay his parcels of pamphlet through ' hind vertance,' and his opinion that Mr. Bhuid ÍB im- measurably superior tomo, 'J. 0.,' in oven-re- spect ; and ho further insinuates that I should not' have dared to object to the pnymoiit in question wero it not that Mr. Eland iu 10,000 miles away, und, consequently, not in London to terrify mo by his presence into silent acquiescence with his pro- ceedings. In conclusion, 'J. A. R.'observes that 'Mr Bland, of tho Australian Patriotic Association,' is a very y-reat mun indeed whon he is at homo in Sydney, and declares that '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 8 February 1851

..THE EMPIRE, DAILY JOURNAL OF NEWS, POLITICS, AND COMMERCE, Is Published every Morning, at 6 o'clock. Terms of Subscription :-Seven Shillings and Six- pence per Quarter, or Two and Sixpence per Mouth, payable in advance. Single Num tiers-Three Halfpence. Advertisement's-Two Shillings and Sixpence for the first, and Ninepence ior every additional Inch, for each Insertion. OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. ¿.^ TT7"E are glad to be at liberty to admire the YY t°no and spirit of its arguments." Sydney Morning Herald, Deo. 31. " Its numerous leading articles are well and vigorously written."-Maitland Mercury, Jan. 1. " The original articles are well written, and give earnest of much vigour."-Goulburn Herald, Jan. 4. " We congratulate our contemporary on the olevation of sentiment discernable throughout his remarks."-Melbourne Argus, Jan 9. " It gives fair promise of speedily assuming a high rank among the Sydney Journals."-Port Phil lip Gazette, Jan. 9. " It ha» a taking air. about it, remarkably ...

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