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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 10 February 1851
EXPORTS. February 8.-Agricola, barque, 565 tons, Cap tain Bell, for London: 2420 bugs copper ore, i William M'Queen ¡ 542 bags bones and hoops, 1 Cooper Brothers ; 12,000 horns, 1 case corrosive sublimate, L. and S. Spyer ; 4 cuses sperm oil, Charles Chapman ; 1 cask tortoiseshell, 34 casks cocoanut oil, 105 casks sperm oil, 110 bales ¡lea- ther, 194 bales wool, Flower, Salting, and'Co : 93 casks sperm oil, H. Towns ; 1 keg 1 ouse honey, George Bose; 216 bules wool, Thomas Holt! Jun.; 20 hales wool, Thomas Agars ; 28 : liàlès wool, W. S. Deloite ; 62 do., John Dobie ; 102 b\)h&vwóol, Campbell and Co.; 38 bales wool, Syer) Brothers ; 29 bales wool, ; J. W. Gosling, 104.bales wool, Robert Campbell ; 215 bales wool, Gilchrist and Alexander; 12,000 trenails, John Bell ; > Recapitulation, 1077 bales wool, 2420 bags copper, ore, 542 bags, bones, 12,000 horns, 202 casks sperm oil, 1 cask tortoiseshell, 34 casks cocoanut oil, 110 bules leather, 1 keg 1 case honey, 12,000 trenails...
INSOLVENT COURT— SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 10 February 1851
INSOLVENT COURT.-SATURDAY. [ _ NKW TNSOLVKNT.-A lois-Im becki, of Liverpool, in tho colony of Now South Wales) gentleman Amount of debts, £118 7s. 7id. ; assets-value of personal property, £05 13s. Cd. ; debts duo to estate, £0 5s. : deficiency, £40 9s. l¿d. Mr. William Perry, Official Assignee. In tho Estate of William Melville, a special meeting ; one debt proved, £7 10s.
COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 10 February 1851
COASTERS INWARDS. February 8.-Plover, 6, Prentice, from Bris- bane Water, with 200 bushels shells ; Mary Ann, 52, Carns, from the Tweed, with 30,000 feet cedar ; Phantom, 19, Settree, from Brisbane Water, with 10,000 feet timber, and 20,000 laths ; Sacra- mento, 41, Watt, from Newcastle, with sixty tons coals; Catherine, 16, Rowling, from Newcastle, with 600 bushels wheat, 120 bushels barley,.24 bushels maize, and 2 tons potatoes ; Edward, 29, Hutton, from Newcastle, with 1O0O bushels wheat, and 180 bushels maize; Chance, 38, House, from Newcastle, with 52 tons coals ; Cygnet, 30, Law- rence, from Woolongong, with 360bags wheat, 40 bags potatoes, 1 bale wool, 1000 feet cedar, lOO hides sole leather ; Thistle, steamer, 127 tons, Mullhall, from Morpeth, with 56 bales wool, 2 si ¡es, 4 kegs tobacco, 10 bags flour, 61 bags bran, 447 bushels wheat, 296 bushels maize, 42 bushels barley, 59 trusses hay, and 3 cases apples.
DOMESTIC. Abstract of Auction Sales. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 10 February 1851
DOMESTIC. Abstract.of Auction Sales. THIS DAY. MR. W. G-. MOORE- At the Labour Bazaar, Pitt street, afc ll o'clock, Household Furniture, Brussells Carpets, Chimney Ornnments, Glass- ware, Dinner. Services,, and Kitchen Utensils. MR. GEOROE PICKERING--On the premises of Mr. Alexander licit), Cumberland-street, Stock -in Trade, consisting of elofjnnt Household Furni- ture, Paintings,, and Engravings, Cedur, ami Pine Boards, evie. MR. SAMUEL LYONS-At his Mart,.at ll o'clock. Miller and Co's Ale, Champagne, Cider, Her- rings, Cutlery,. Hardware, Sherry, Marsala, and Port Wine,. Campbelltown. W h'iskey, Brandy, 1 etc. Ms. J. G. COHEN-At his Booms, at ll o'clock, Engine-turned Window Glass.-Bell's' Congreive* omi Wax Lights, Fishhooks, round iron pots, &c. MESSRS. MORT ANO BROWN;-At ll o'clock, th* entire block of Mrs. Watson's property in Hun ! ter and Phillip-streots ^Freehold Property iw I Windmill-street; 3'Houses'in Palmer-streot, Land adjoining, tho Council Chambers in Mncqu...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 10 February 1851
DEPARTURES. February 8.-Chief, barque, 193 tons, Captain Keller, for San Francisco, via Newcastle, iii ballast. February 8.-Mon, brig, 23G tons, Captain Stephen Dodd Norris, for Auckland. Passengers -Mr. and Mrs. Meek and two sons, Mr. Camp- bell, Mr. Jackson, Mr. Ellis, Mr. Austin und three daughters, Miss Armstrong. February 8.-Ganges, barque, 530 tons, Cap- tain Connell, for Amoy via Newcastle. February 8.-Salacia, ship, 145 tons, Captain J. robinson Brown, for Wellington and Port Cooper. Passengers-Mr. C. Sidey, Mr. A. Sidev, James M'Cann, George'Macnamara, James Phillips, George Thom, George Freemon, W. Taylor, George Cox, George Williams, James Shilling, John' Bright, John Metcalfe, David M'Donald, George Headley, Joseph Headley, Mr. and Mrs. Robinson, Mr. Dayi.Mr. Lang, Mr. Gleddy, Mr. Fyfe, Mr. and Mrs. Fyfe, Mr. and Mrs. Somers, and Miss Somers. . February 2.-Endeavour, American Whaling Barque, 252 toii3, Captain Hamblin, for the South Sea Fisheries, with original cargo.
PROJECTED DEPARTURES [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 10 February 1851
!V:PROJECTED ;bEPÁRTURE8í ,J¿ '-'^ TKe'Fayburite, for Port-Plnllip^t'hèÎRaridolpli fó^Pámpanam, the Juliana, for;Londou,.»aud tlie 'William Hill, for- Portland Bay, this ; day. : The a ¡Bruto»/ for San. Francisch, Louise, for Adelaide, «and' the Agricola, for London, to-morrow. ;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 10 February 1851
MR. THOMAS A. NEWALL has 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. Empire Office, Hunter-street, January 21, 1851.
IMPORTS, [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 10 February 1851
H IMPORTS, J/Hinary 3,1.^Harpipy, ship, 547 ton», Captain Buckland, from . PJy month via Adelaide, 24 packages, H, Harper ; 913 bars iron, 31 bundles, 23 casks, 2 tierces, 2 cases, R. and W. Perry ; ' 1 bale, T. and J. Berry, 2 crates, Crouch Trangamar ; 5 cases, Allen, 1 box. Mr. Wr. Walsh, 40 bags, 19 barrels,.50 tubs, A. T. Ozanne, 4 packages, order. Shipped at* Adelaide, 4 casks rice, 4 barrels giíiser,'28 quarter-casks wine, 4 hhds. gin, 20 eases ditto, 186 bugs wheat; order.
THE EMPIRE. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1851. THE LAND FUND [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 10 February 1851
THE EMPIREÍ ; ; y MONDAY, FEBRUARY1=1.851. , - r: THE LAND ¿titóLuK'í ' Or â truth, we English,;! nfe^ä' strange people. Clamorous to no ördina^yvextent about or rights and privileges as subjects, we submit to infractions of them, such as would kindle nations boasting an in- finitely smaller share of freedom and in- dependence into a blaze. Eighty years ago an imperial tax on a comparatively unimportant necessary of life threw our old colonies, into disaffection and' revolt. We of the nineteenth century are content to see the fruits of our in- dustry in an equal degree taken from us without a murmur. We die and make no sign. Of all the sources of imperial exaction, the waste lands of our colonial dependen- cies have been among tho most fertile. The theory that these lands, ai'e held by the Crown, or rather the imperial executive in trust for the settlers, and for the general promotion of the public welfare, has never been denied j but it has never, in good faith and earnest, been ca...
COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 10 February 1851
COASTERS OUTWARDS. February .8.-Peacock, 18, Hawley anti the Plover, 6, Prentice, for the Hawkesbury, with, sun- dries ; Phantom, 19, Settree, for Brisbane Water, in.ballast; Flora, 19, Grimwood, for the Nan bucka River, with sundries ; William the Fourth, steamer, 54, Sullivan, for Woollpngong, with sun- dries ; .Chance, 38, Hanse, for Newcastle, with sundries ; -Albatross, 42, Dawes, for Newcastle, with sundries ; William, 62, Tizard, for Newcastle with sundries; Marian Watson, 146, Johnston for. Newcastle, in ballast ; Mudge Wildfire, 36 Smart, for Newcastle, ' in ballast; Rose, steamer 172, Harding, for Morpeth,'with sundries; John, 20, Morgan, for shell harbour, with sundries. '.'
MELBOURNE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 10 February 1851
"MELBOURNE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS, January 31.-Harploy, ship, 547 tons, Captain Buckland) from Plymouth via Adelaide, 27th inst. Passengers, Captain Cameron, Messrs. Mills, Pur- chase, Smith, S. Walsh. I1. Walch, Fellows, Town- ley, Johnson, Smith, Colthrop. Maude, Steinthorpo, Mnckcny, Cosby, Caruthors, Dunlop, Hewitt, Cheney, ildwell/Martin, Oliver, Fuirhurst, Carter, Kimoy, Browning, Look, Smith, Wright, B. & G. Bogers, Wheolor, Hodgetts, Gamble, Wood, J. & T. Allen, G. it T. Reddish, George, Jones, Ham- mond, IJnguo, Locke, Sheppard, Middleton, Clears, Warren, Sweetman, Honshaw, Misses Beard, Tallow, two Woods, A. & G. Hugall, A. & T. Motherwell, Jcndit, A. Saville, Algiers, Walker, Donovan, Fox, Mr. and Mrs. Allen, Mr. & Mrs. Murphy, Mr. it ?Jrs. Brooks, Mr. & Mrs. Wil- liams and son, Mr. & Mrs. Phillips, Mr. & Mrs. Dunsni), Mr. and ' Mrs. Browne, Mr. and Mrs. Headings, Mr. and Mrs. Cain and two sons, Mr. and Mrs. Sing...
SHIPS' MAILS. CLOSING AT THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 10 February 1851
SHIPS' MAILS. CLOSING AT THE POST OFFICE. London-Agrícola,-this evening, ut six o'clock. Madras and England, Eliza, "Wednesday evening at six o'clock. Sun Francisco, Brutus, this evening, at six o'clock. Aolaide, Louisa, this evening, at six o'clock.
HAYNAU AND DIPLOMACY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 10 February 1851
HAYNAU AND DIPLOMACY. The Times and thc Chronicle are in the condition of Sir Lucious O'Trigger. The ore determined not to agree with the majority. They go about bawling, "I ditFer from you Sir," to all the world. There is something very grnnd in this. It looks quite Roman to love truth so much more than popularity, lt is mnjestic nnd magnanimous looking to nt . tempt, without hope, to stem the torrent of human impulso hy the philosophy of modera- tion, and to sit in frigid wisdom on the glacier of ethical prudence, far above the clouds nnd mists of multitudinous population. The angry passions of fallible mortality have no pince in their mighty breasts. Their souls arc exalted far above the natural feelings of frail and ignorant humanity. They look upon life ns icthyologist would examine n rattlesnake, or a zoologist regnrd a tiger, forgetting their fangs, poison, nnd oln'A's, and labouring only to clnssify their genera and species. Such de- migods must hnve contemplated Barclay nnd...
CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 10 February 1851
, CLEA IIA NOES. . February 8.-Mary Stewart, schooner, 73 tons, Captain Sommerville, for Moreton Bay. Passen gérs-Mr., and Mrs. Burgess and family, Mrs. Sawkins' and child, Mr. J. Markwell, Mri W. Smith, Mri W. Bovd, Mr. C. Bowen, Mr. C. Cald- well, Mr. F. Collas. . February 8.-Agricola, barque, 565 tons, Cap- tain "John Bell, for London. Passengers-Mr. "Whittle, Mç. Dickinson,, Mr. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Aymott, Dr. Thomson, Mr.,and. Mrs. An- drew» and child, Mr. and Mrs.j^Garlands. and Child... ..... -lÜEm arv-. February 8.-7Endeavour^ 'American''whaling barque, 252 ions.'Captain itômW.'M South .Sea>ishenèô^Withîôrig1n1ÛiÉar,gb. '8Í»3*»8 - ; February '8'.~RomMph',' .'te,îpf,»6îwto¥sî 'Cap- tain DoleV for Ampanám^iñl^allSstr.1 i»v*« Í¿...
SHlPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 10 February 1851
BHlPPISrO HfTELX#IOB Vf OE, ÀWUVAÏ.S, FEBRUARY 8,--William, schooner, . 62 ton«, ¡Cap- tain Tizard, from Geelong 27th ult.,,in ballast .... February 8.-Christina,-brig,-, 126, Captain F. Korff, from Melbourne, 2nd instant. Passengers -Mr. Stoddart, Mr. Suddirigtbn, Mr. Brown, Mr. Jacomhe, Mr. Carter, Mr. Roberts, and 19 steerage passengers. February.. 3-Tartar, ship, 567 tons, Captain Budge, from Plymouth, 26th October.' Passen- gers-Captain and Mrs. Westmacott; tour children and three female servants Mr. Taswell,} Mtv John Kidd, Mr. C. Robbs, Mr. J. Forbe'SjMr^Blaine/Mr.. Thomas Proctor Box, Mr.__WiUium Dixon, Mr; James Rattenbury; Rhoda.Gale, Rhoda, Leggatt,, Thomas Dracon, Eliza Thorpe,,,Maria]¡ Shenton, Samuel Shenton, Elizabeth . Shenton,, .William Douglas, William Grace,, Ayifje,|pd^fiyjet children, Robert Drew, Mary Ball,1" Mary "Almond, " Eliza- beth Fellow. '. v:'v: February 8.-Moselle, barque, '392 tons,' Cap- tain Thompson," from Manila, 14th' December^ Passenger-Captain ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 10 February 1851
T HE EMPIRE, DAILY JOURNAL OJ? NEWS, POLITICS, . .' . A^p .OOMilEItOE, I* Published, ever y Morning, at 6 o'clock. \ Terms of Subscription Seven Shillings and Six-i pence per Quarter, or Two and Sixpence per1 Month, payable in advance. Single Numbers-Three Halfpence. Advertisements-Two Shillings and Sixpence'for th» first, and Ninepence i for every additional Inch, for each Insertion. OPINIONS OP THE TRESS. &lt; ( \;\7*E oré glad to be at liberty to admire tho VV tone and spirit of its arguments." JSgdney Morning Herald, Deo. 31. " It*' numerous lending articles are well and ?Vigorously written."--Maitland Mercury, Jan. 1.' " The original articles are Well written, and 5ive earnest of ranch vigour."- Goulburn Herald, All. 4. " We congratulate our contemporary on the elevation of sentiment'discernable throughout his remarks."-Melbourne Argita, Jan 9. "It gives fair promise of speedily assuming a high rank among the Sydney Journals."-Port Phillip Gd2ettc,Jan. 9. *' It has a ta...