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Agents for the Empire. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 10 February 1851

Agents for the Empire. SYDNEY AND THE SUBURBS- Mr. James Alexander, Botany-st, Chippendale; Mr. Thomas Lusty, Bazaar, o]}posile Wright's Brewery, George street, South ; Mr. Samuel . Weldon, corner of Burdekin*s Terrace and South Head Road. BATHURST.-Mr. Charles James, bookseller, Wil- liam-street ; and Mr. J.R. Jones, George street. DUNGOG.-Mr. Thomas Hanna, Postmaster. DAPTO.-Mr. 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 RIVER.--Mr'.' William Pal- mer, Grafton Hotel. '|',,w;!l " WINDSOR.-Mr. Robert Stewdfjf,', Watchmaker, George-street. ¥''ßVi,u MORETON BAY.-Mr. William '' Smith, North Brisbane. ;;7 GOULBURN.-Mr. David Davis,' Old' Commercial Store, Sloan c-street. GUNDEROO.-Mr. Joseph Edgar, Postmaster. AVARRNAMBOOL.-Mr. Thomas C. Gosling. PORT MACQUARIE.-Mr. James Phelps, Baker Clarence-street. *** Agents will bc appointed in ...

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 10 February 1851

. AI)VERTISEMËSÏS. ? -'Fir* Proof; Saie». [v. ; ¿ TUST1 completed, and on view at the Store», of ' el- ^tlfo Ulider3Ígned,,32p<.Pitt-;8treetr''-« . A: WROUGHT IRON, BOOK»SAfrE. -.aO.f'J ^ *r ' \ ABTB^R-GRAVE.tiV " ¿tl) öii'i'.f -cSit"- :: - ' Manufacturer. ftUf"ljï/rANTED, by .the Undersigned, a handy man ¡is^ wK-.^ in .the above branches, one with a.'know-. *ÍÚ le<ice,of! pattern?raaking will be preferred. ¿. ..-, ' ARTHUR GRAVELY, Manufacturen, ana.,-; ' ( 320, Tit't-street. CHEDDER CHEESE.-Now landing, é& Saran, from Liverpool, a few casks of those greatly celebrated< Chedcler Cheese,' which ; have given such universal satisfaction to. private families and others. JOHN MACNAMARA, 242 ; Queen-street. TjlLOUR.-A feltons of very. superior quality JJ. Van JDiemen's"Land flour, now landing, ex Urama, from Hbbar^fbwi», on sale by JOHN MACNAMARA, 24» Queen-street. For Sale, ,the oldest-established Cutlery Busi- ness in the Colony. 1*HE undersigne...

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BY THEO. PAYNE & Co. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 February 1851

BY TURO. PAYNE & Co. 50 cases Claret,' 4J dollars. 3000 lb Manilla Sugar, light, 9$ cts, 5000 lb do. damaged, 4¿ cts. lOcases Tickles, assorted, per doz. 3 dollars 50 tins crackers, 12 lb each, 2 dollars. A lot of cooking miners' stoves, 2¿ to 2$ cents. Br brig Muguasha, 152 tons, register, with good inventory, 300 dollars. Scow, 12 tons, hardwood, 44 dollars. Wlinlo Boat, 20 dollars.

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BY W. J. SHERWOOD, & Co. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 February 1851

BY W. J. SHERWOOD, & Co. 35 casks Byass Ale, per dozen, 2 dollars 50 cents. 10 do do inferior, do 1 dollar 65 cents. 20 dozen Champagne, balance withdrawn, C dollars 75 cents. 110 qr boxes inferior Raisins, 65 cents. 1000 lbs. Hams, 17 cents. 20 bags Oats, 3J cents. 50 qr. sacks inferior Flour, 1 dollar 50 cents. 30àiipipes Brandy, per gallon, là dollar. 50 boxes Cheese^ 12J to 14 cents. 20 boxes Sperm Candles. 52J cents. 20 Claret, per doz. 4 dollars. 1000 lbs. crushed Sugar,IC cents. l'orto Rico Molasses, in casks, per gallon, 1 dollnr. Sacks Corn Meal, per lb. 4$ cents. Dried Apples, per lb., 10¿ cents.

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Sales at Auction. BY BACKUS, DAVIS, & Co. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 February 1851

Sales nfc Auction. , v .BY BACKUS, DAVIS, & Co. 10 casos medium size strong Boots, por pair 4^ dollars. 1 15 do largo do do do 4$ dollars. 10 do extra strong do do 5¿ dollars. I 10 do long-legged fishermen's do, su I perior grained, do do 7 dollars, j 10 do long-legged double soled db, , 7J i dollars.

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CALIFORNIAN MARKETS. San Francisco, December 12. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 February 1851

CALIFORNIAN MARKETS. San Francisco, December 12. ÏIIK state of trade to-day presented no feature worthy of comment. Sales were very dull, and prices drooping. The little business transacted, seemed confined to auction stores, account of which and rates will bo found in the usual place. MONET MARKET.-In this department, as in others, all is " flat and uninteresting." Bates of interest same as last quoted. Gold dust in demand at 1G dollars, to 1G dollars 25 cents per .rnuice.^ .Exchange, dull. ''"- . " The''-shipment.; of ¡ Bullion is expected to bo much less by'this steamer than by any of the late mails, which may bo attributed to tho depression of trade since last transmission, and disinclination of our import houses to close out consignments under such' unfavourable circumstances.

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Coroner's Court. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 February 1851

Coroner's Court. An Inquest was hold yesterday morning1 at the Benevolent Asylum, on tho body of Richard Harris, an aged pauper, who, dissatisfied with tho fare of charity, had wandered intemperately about the city. On Friday evening be tell from a three feet wall near " The Green Dragon, " ho was picked up by the police, and convoved to the watch-bouse, when he was removed to his former Suartors, when ho expired about 2 A. M. on Sun ay morning.-Verdict, Apoplexy, superinduced by Intemperance.

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 February 1851

COASTERS INWARDS. « February 10-Maria Prudence, 27 tons, Loader, from Kiama, with 100 bugs wheat, 50 bags barley, 90 bags potatoes, 60 oars, 1 ton bark ; Sea Bird, 21, Cresswell, from Shoalhaven, with 15 tons potatoes, 5 bags wheat ; Lapwing, 20, Jack- son, from Shoalhaven, with 15 tons potatoes, 50 bushels wheat, 25 tubs butter, 5 cwt. cheese, 3 hides, and 4 calfskins, " 3 kegs honey, 1 parcel beeswax ; Dove, 30, Hunter, from tho Moruya Uiver, with 75 bags1 wheat, 23 tons potatoes, 37 cheeses, 1 keg. butter ; Susannah, 24, Nicolis, from the Moruya River, with 30 bushels maize, 20 tons potatoes ; Venus, 28, Sugden, from Shoal- haven,'with 30 tons potatoes ; Jeanie Deans, 32, "Wilkins, from Ulladulla, with 10 tons bark, 30 hags wheat, 6 cases cheeses, 50 kegs butter, 20 hides ; Diligence, . 30, Kerr, from Shoalhaven, with 30 tons potatoes, 29 kegs butter, 19 hides, 21 skins ; Catherine, 26, Nicholson, from Eden, 38i bales wool, 1,4 pieces ; Kentlidgo Ranger,49, Shorter, from tho Rich...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 February 1851

Tho above quotations aro from tho Public Balance, a new Sun Francisco journal, of Decem- ber 13th. We copy the following from tho Daily Pacific News, ol' tho 20th December : Wo aro unablo to quoto nny ohango in this market for tho last twenty-four hours. . There is an evident disposition on tho part of buyers to purobaso only such artiolcs .ns aro in daily de- mand, unwilling to indnlgo in any transactions of a strictly Bpocnlativo oharnctor. Tho very krgo arrivais from abroad of every description bf mer :cbandf8ef is. daily adding to an already overstocked market, and bat slight ImprovemeBts-^lf any !can only be looked for at present, It was our intention to nave reported regularly 'the pubjic sales of the Auctioneers, but in conse- quence .of the very unsettled state of our market, .nt the present time, and in compliance with the (wishes of -a. majoritv of the auctioneers, we refrain ifrom doing so, until prices shall assumer more !regular character. ' : ' We have our sales of Rea...

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COASTERS OUT WARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 February 1851

; COÁSTERS'MTWARDS. "February 10.-Edward,' 28 tons, for Newcastle, ?with sundries ; Sacramento, lil, for Newcastle, in ballast ; Hannah, 56, Ellis, fdr the Clarence River, .with sundries j Lady of the Lake, 23, Liddell, for the Moruya River,' with sundries ; Cygnet, .30, Lawrence, for Woollongong, with sundries._

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NOTICES OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 February 1851

NOTICES OF MOTION. Alderman Egan withdrew his motion relative to tho appointment of a City Solicitor, believing it was not competent for tho Council to rescind any resolution passed in sho previous year. Alderman Broughton moved that tho tender of Messrs. Tunks and Reid, for tho snpply of from 1,000 to C,000 tons blue metal, be received-and that the tender of Mr. Hugh Murphy, for curbing and guttering for parties willing to lay flagging, during the year 1851, also for the construction of a Btórie bridge in Francis street, be "received. Carriod^the sumo Alderman then moved. " That tho Council'do now proceed to tho appointment of arilassistant Clerk to.tho Georgerstreet Markots, twVeiorks to the City'Treasurer,and a Clerk of Works.» An amendment by Alderman Allen, that , tho' election of two Clerks to the City Treasurer, do stund over till next meeting, was after sanie dis- cussion .carried. Upon going to ballot for the other appoint« ¡ menta, the scrutiners declared Mr. Alexander Tho...

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REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 February 1851

"U/C E illEPORTS. Alderman^Alíán brought.) up four reports from the Wateri.pbmm^toe,'jillvpf which wore received. Councillor Turan brought hp a 'report from the Board of Health.* ïtécQived. Report from tho Finalice Committee as to the payment of certain sums amounting to £40 4s. Received. ^ Report of special Committee in reference to so- liciting Cleveland paddock as a place of public recreation. Alderman Broughton brought \ip a report as to petitioning His Excellency to direct a bill to be ro -introduced for enclosing Hyde Park. Received. Report as to wages to be paid to Corporation, received. A petition was handed in by Councillor Jo- sephson, from ono John Simms, complaining of certain irregularities ou the part of John Slattery, an officer of tho Corporation. Alderman Allen opposed its reception ; after n desultory, conversation it was ruled that no dis- cussion could taite place, and that tho mere ques- tion was, whether the petition bo received or not. Petition received. Counc...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 February 1851

IMPORTS; i.VT February 10.-Genii, whalingUbrigyilfca/itons, Captain Lovell, from the. South "Sea Fisheries, with'" 80 - barrels sporni óil,''50/'1bs. TöWise shell. ?

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CITY COUNCIL. Monday, 10th February. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 February 1851

CITY COUÄTCII,. Monday, \Oth February. Turc Quarterly Meeting of tho Corporation was lield yesterday, at tho Town Hall. i On' the motion of Councillor Thornton, Alder- man Allen ivas called to the chair, but the Alder- man explaining, that business required lum to leavo tho chamber at an early hour, afresh-««ry Jrcsh chairman, in tho person, of Councillor Brown, was appointed. The minutes bf tho last meeting having been rend'; Alderman Allen, asked leave of abBonco for two months. Granted. Alderman Egan balled tho attention of. the Council to tho fact that gross negligence existed somewhere, wno leslHh^h^as'híMjknl^^Vrlftges to which licenses had been°gr»jftád c&rttiurtéd'Uí ply for hive lu this,city, although %\\9jw*fimy>t fees had not been paid, Thia, he understood; ^ openly done hi defiance of the Council. . . .. ..{» Councillor Driver explained that a combination existed between the proprietors upon some imagi- nary idea that the Corporation could . not insist upon th...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 February 1851

The Ann Mary's cargo consists bf 344 paunches tallow, 136 sheop-skins, 9 halos., wool,? Mort and Brown j 32 halos, 1 package wool, John Graham ; 1 halo woo , Moil ti fiore, Graliaih.and Co. ; 2 casks pino apples, 25 hides, Taylor and Co ; 8000 feet pine, 680 staves, J. Curtis.1'-1- -: '. Tho Tiberius experiëh'cu'd'a'heavy gale of wind oö' tho Feegees, which' dorisidorably prolonged her voyage. ' °'in : Tho Eleanor Lanca8tdr,'1baVf|nei,'had arrived at San Francisco on tho lUh^tuiu'tho'Widgeon, brig, the 15 th Docembor, both'from this port. Tho Genii has made an unsuccessful trip. Tho extract from tho ships Log will 'readily account for tho paucity of oil obtained. The Captain, oflicors, and crow havo all suffered moro or lesB from siokuoss and ague, BO muoh so that tho Captain, 3 officers, and eleven mon wero laid up at Qua. She hus buen absent 9 mouths and u-lialf, Extract from Genii'« Log off Lord Howe/» Wand j-Tliurmlay, January iso, p,m" strong gale» and cloudy, attending with mi...

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 February 1851

PROJECTED DEPARTURES. Tho Juliana for London, the Cadet for Newcas- tle, the Hirondelle for Port Phillip, the Norwhal for the South Sea Fisheries, and tho Louisa for Adelaide, all this day. . . ". ' .u," t ? y/- ??. : . _- . ,. .)" i

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 February 1851

ßHIPPIWO-¡nt TELUOE if CB, February." JQ,~Aim Mary,' «O'tons,' Captain George Jackson, from Moreton Bay; 4tli inst- '? February .|0,~r~Rubert Bowne, ship, 502 tons, Captain Cameron, from San Froncisco r20tb Pec.^ in ballast. ' ; February 10.-Genii, whaling-brig, 164 tons, Captain Lovell, from a whaling voyage. " February 10.-Tiberius, barque, 299 'tons, Captain Brown, from San Francisco, tho 24th December, in ballast. Passengers-Mr, Michael' Cooney, Mr. George Howell, Mr. John Doll, Mr. William Grace, Mr: William Barns, Mr. George M'Sperm, * Mr. William Lysaigh, - Mr.; Charlés Andrew, wife, and child, James Carr,'wife¿'arid child, . Mrs. Newman, George Lansley,; Patrick Kerwan.Mrs. Kilkelly and son, Charles Boucher; - andCharles Madden.

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INSOLVENT COURT. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10TH, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 February 1851

INSOLVENT .COURT., . MONDAY, FEBRUARY ;¡ÍOX0^ 18Ö1.vj NEW INSOLVENT.--CharlesíAlexander Armytage of Five Dock, inthe colpny( pit New South Wales, . Gentleman. Amount of debts, £591 19s. v ld. Disputed claims, £60. .¡ Total,,, £651 19s ld. Assets, personal, property'^ ; >ßehta -due to estáte, £78.''7s.v'8d.';. ^dcAoienpy^.^Hö^^ Mr. George King^.01fipiaï|^'8sîgneç! ' ? '/.'"r, ".' MÉKTÍNÓ'S'VBR TO-DAY.'Ï' In the estate of George ' Tattribk, a ! special mooting to decido upon offer of composition at ll. In tho estate of-John Grahatno and Co., ad- journed special meeting nt balf-pust ll. MEETING FOR TO-MORROW. . In the estato of Mary Ann Marshall at 10. FOR THURSDAY, In tho estate of William Chisholm, second meeting nt ll. In tho estato of George Pattrick, certificate meeting nt 12. . FOR FRIDAY. In the estato of John Lord, adjourned second meeting at ll.

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DOMESTIC. Abstract of Auction Sales. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 February 1851

DOMESTIC. Abstract of Auction Salea. THIS DAY. MK. G. A. LiiOTD.-At Iiis Rooms, at ll o'clock, 7 dusks Aquadente, 20 cases Claret, Grocery Stores, Shares in . tlie Building Society, Sugar Mill, Wool Breaking Machine, Colonial To- bacco, &c. MR. J. G. COHEK.-At his Rooms, at 11 o'clock, 4 Cases Baskets, Toys, and Paney Ware, da- maged Roman Cement, damaged sundries. ? "-, MK. huwÁBD SALAHON.-At bis Rooms, at 11 - o'clock, S Cnses Now Books, Stationery, 15 cases French Confectionery, Ac. MR. R. FAWCETT.-At his Rooms, at ll o'clock, 57 packages Drapery. MR. S. LYONS'.-At,his Rooms,'nt ll o'clock, 10 Cases Löscher Starch, 20 cases blue, 15 packages Drapery. MORT AND BROWN.-At their Rooms, nt ll o'clock, 22,000 feet Moreton Bay Pine'. Small Freeholds in Swan-Btreet, and George-Bareet, Bouth, and Building Allotments on ;the Riley .Estate, the Bengalla Station, the assets of tho lístate of George Bradford,, the Byalla Estate, Building Allotments in Dowling-rstreet. - ' - ':

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LATE CALIFORNIAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 February 1851

LATE CALIFORNIAN NEWS. ' By the Tiberius, which arrived "yester- day from San Francisco, we have received papers to the 20th December j also, New'' York papers to the 26 th October. There were considerable numbers of arrivals daily at San Francisco, from all' parts , of tho world. , On the 12th of October, for instance, eleven vessels ar. rived from New York, Philadelphia, Val- paraiso, Tallahuana, Hamburg, Newport in Wales, and various ports on the South American coast. Prodigious progress seemed to be making in building, agri- cultural, and mining operations. As some proof of the rapid strides taken in the attainment of the conveniences of civilization, the Marysville Herald enu- merates eight steamers as plying between that infant township and Sacramento Enormous robberies were, as a matter o course, still frequent. In the later páper^ before us, there is no mention of the cho- lera. Very extensive lotteries of jewel- lery and fancy commodities, were adver- tised to come off in t...

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