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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 14 November 1850
COASTERS OUTWARDS. November 7.— Hawkesbury -Lass, 14, JJavis ; Sylph, 23, Lucey, both for Brisbane Water ; Eagle,' 26, Mitchell: Mermaid, 20, Campbell ; Edward, 29, Hutton, all for Newcastle. November 8. — Maria Prudence, 27, Loader ; Jenny Lind, 33, Farnsworth, both for Newcastle. November 9.— Orient, 30, Walters, for Broulee ; Sister, 44, Hannah, for Newcastle. November 11. — Rainbow, 19, Pennington ; Opos sum, 18, Brown ; Phantom, 23, Settree ; Sylph, 23, Lacey ; Currency Lad, 21, Spiers ; Somerset, .9, Lowry : Victory, 19, Fisher ; Magnet, 17, Milham, all for Brisbane Water. November' 12. — Traveller, 9, Edwards'; Newport Packet, 10,' Norman; Hawkesbury Lass, 14, Davis, all for Brisbane Water.
TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 14 November 1850
t TO OUR SUBSCEIBEES. In order to secure a punctual delivery of the paper to our City Subscribers Mr. P. ?SpeeHng has been appointed Agent, as also to assist iur. Derepas in soliciting aud re ceiving subscriptions. Such of our Subscribers as do not receive their paper in due time, will please to in form the Agent, at Mr. J. Moore's, the Publisher's Office, George-street, either ver bally or by letter j we shall charge the runner with the expense, and. see the irre gularity rectified. Subscribers may receive the Freeman's Journal any time during the quarter.
COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 14 November 1850
COASTERS INWARDS. ? November 7. — Sylph, 23, Lucey, from Brisbane Water; Mermaid, 20, Campbell ; Eagle, 26, Mitchell, both from Newcastle. November 8.— Maria Prudence, 27, Loader, from Wollongong. ? ? November 11. — Rainbow, 19, Pennington ; Vic tory, 19, Fisher ; Magnet, 17, Milham ; Scout, 30, Booth ; Opossum, 18, Brown ; Somerset, 9, Lowry, all from Brisbane Water ; Alfred* 50, Jones, from Wollongong; Caroline, 29, Craigie ; Adventure, 22, Burgess, both from Newcastle. ? November 12.— Traveller, 9, Edwards ; Newport Packet, 10, Norman, both from Brisbane Water; ? William the Fourth, steamer, 54, Sullivan, from Wollongong ; Active, 40, Melville ; Emily, 30, Cureton ; Mary Jane, 32, Kelly, all from Newcastle.
MIXED EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 14 November 1850
M1XKD EDUCATION.' (From the Tablet.) We believe there is no part of the Catholic world out of Ireland in which the system of mixed education has any considerable num ber of Ecclesiastical supporters. In Ireland the number is not great ; but, having regard to the extravagance of the doctrine, it is certainly not inconsiderable. We mean, it is a matter deserving grave thought and much consideration, that in Ireland, of all ihe countries in the world there should be shown so much favour to a system which everywhere, so far as it has been tested by experience, has produced the most pernici ous consequences, and which, consequently, has been everywhere exploded and con demned. 1 he favour with which mixed education was originally regarded, arose from the down-trodden condition of the Irish Catho lics. W hen Catholic schools were hedge schools, with a ragged sentinel on the nearest hill-top or rising ground ; when the Govern ment schools were those of Kildare-street ; when the whole weigh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 14 November 1850
GUTTA PERCHA CLOTHING, &c. Jp&vAVID JONES AND COMPANY -JLJ* solicit the attention of .Gentlemen, to the following Waterproof articles, viz.— '? ? Parami zephyr wrappers Ditto ditto capps ? ? ? Ditto ditto with sleeves ? ?? ?? ' Oriental wrappers .'.'.?.'.?; Di'to trowsers r Parana ditto . ' Ditto leggings' : ! ' ' . Ditto hats and capes Ditto knapsacks and travelling bags; ''toe'., &c, &c.. George-street, opposite Post Office. FIFTY-ONE (51) PACKAGES NEW FOREIGN AND ENGLISH MANUFACTURES. Ex ' Agricola ' and '? Emerald Isle.' DAVID JONES AND COMPANY are landing, from the above vessels, fifty-one (51) packages of new foreign and English goods, selected as usual by their own huyer, from the best and most fashionable sources. These shipments will be found to comprise a profusion of noveltias in every department of dress. The Cloaks, Snawls, Si ks, &c, immeasurably surpassing all previous im portations. A detailed advertisement in a day or two. . G...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 14 November 1850
IMPOUNDINGS, Prospect.— From the Estate of Mr. Lawson, on - the 6th Nov., for trespass : — Bay colt, white stripe on the nose, long tail, near hind fetlock white, - about three years old, branded near shoulder S ; chestnut entire colt, white stripe down the nose, three white feet, long tail, about three years old, branded near shoulder Ro like also on the jaw like small o. If the above described colts are not claimed, they will be sold at the Trospect pouna, on Monday, 6th December. William Adams. 10s 6d. Settler's Home Pound — Liverpool- Road — on the 5th Nov :— Dark chesnut entire poney, long tail, like S on shoulder, about 4 years- old, 13 hands high ; bay mare, short switch tail, little white on forehead, if branded not visible, aged, 15 hands high ; xed and white bullock, FH on hip and ribs; red bullock, white back, GM hip and ribs ; red bullock, PM hip and ribs ; red bullock, like vora spur on rump ; blue sided cow, SH on hip, G-T oh ribs. If the said cattle are not released o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 14 November 1850
THE BEE HIVE, PITT STREET, JAMES BRADY with confidence can as- J serfc that however great the preten- B« - sioriai o£the trading world around him, none are to P be found with greatea facility nor in a better posi tion to submit for inspection greater bargains than foshasthe pleasure to offer the public, whose pa tronage he respectfully solicits. ^ . Received— Shawls, a beautiful assortment Dresses, in every kind, colour, and quality ? : Bonnets, from 10id. each to 10s. 6d. Parasols, stays, ribbons, collars, flowers, &c. Hdsiery, Gloves, Haberdashery, &c, &c. Long Gloth, Shirting, Sheeting. , M : Blankets, Quilts, Counterpanes, &c. i ?.-? Hollands, Ticks, and Osnaburgs Table Linen, Oil Cloth, Huckaback, &c. . ? Hats, silk and beaver, caps, &c. Slops in endless vaiiety, &c. JAMBS BRADY, . Bee-Hive, Pitt-street. . TO CURRIERS/ TANNERS, FELL J MONGERS, &c. Gc FinO BE LET or SOLD, at Iourang, ^ JL near Goulburn, a TAN YARD, ...
COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 21 November 1850
COASTERS INWARDS. November 15. — Paterson Packet, 41, Brown ; Jane Williams, 33, Louther, both from Newcastle ; William the Fourth, steamer, 54, Sullivan, from Wollongong ; Ruth, 12^ Wells, from Brisbane Water ; Young Billy, 18, Carbuss, from the Ha wkes- burv. ....... November 16. — Mary Ann, 18,DeverelI ; Edward, 29, Hutton ; Mermaid,' 20, Campbell ; Traveller's Bride, 32, Lindguest, all from Newcastle. November 18. — Twin Sisters, 25, Bowyer, from Newcastle. ? November 19. — Echo, 22, Robinson, from Shoal haven.
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 21 November 1850
itjipinug Intelligence. ARRIVALS. November 14. — Olympia, U.S. whaling ship, 296 tons, Captain Woodward, from the whale fisheries. November 14. — Hooghly, ship, 467 tons, Captain Sproul, from Port Cooper the 19th and Wellington the 24th ult. November 14. — Moa, brig, 236 tons, Captain Norris, from Auckland the 2nd inst. November 15. — Christopher Mitchell, United States whaling ship, 389 tons, Captain Sullivan, from the Fisheries. , November 15.- — Ann, U.S. ship, 384 tons, Captain Gilbert, from Guymass the 6th August. j November 15.— Hirondelle, schooner, 100 tons, Captain Saunders, from Launceston the 7th inst. November 15. — Emma, brig, 139 tons, Captain .Pockley, from Hobart Town the 7th inst. November 16. — Sabrina, barque, 308 tons, Cap tain Napper, from Hobart Town the 7th inst. November 16. — Rebecca, brig, 227 tons, Captain Simpson, from Hobart Town the 7th inst. November 16. — Lucy Ann, whaling harque, 245 tons, Captain Greig, from the South Sea Fisheries November 16. — La...
DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. THURSDAY. Before W. H. K[?], Esq. Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 21 November 1850
DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. THURSDAY. ?Before W. H. KrRR. Esq.. Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates. In-the estate of bamuel lerry Hughes, a first meeting was held. One claim was proved : Allen and Son, ;£32. In the estate of William Hill, an adjourned single meeting was held, and the following claims were proved: Flower, Salting, and Co., £21 7s. lid. ;. J. Robertson, £7 13s. Sd. ; John Richardson, £66 11s. ; Andrew Dunn, £34= 17s. ; and Henry White, £6'U. 6-L . FSTDAY. In the estate of William Melville, a first meeting was held, but no claim was proved. MONDAY. In the estate of James George Hughes, an ad jpurned single meeting. The following claims were proved: Henry Ferns, £48 9s. 4d. ; Kemp and Fairfax, £5 5s. ; Andrew Roxburgh, £.5 3s. 6d. ; and Andrew Dunn; £40 7s. 6d. Insolvent was ex amined and the meeting terminated. MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. This Day. — Thursday 21. — William Melville, a second meeting, at half-past 10. Friday 22.— Robert Bubb, a first meeting, at ha...
TUESDAY. WAGER V. HEARTLY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 21 November 1850
TUESDAY. WAGER V. HEARTLY. An action for a criminal conversation^-— Mr. ty °' hurst for the plaintiff— Mr. Foster for the. detent Verdict for the plaintiff, £35 damages. BROCK.STAYNE AND WIFE '«? UUTH. Mr. Broadhurst for the plaintiffs— Mr. Darra^ for defendant. An action of trover, to recovei value of a grey gelding. The defeiulant pi* not guilty. An old man oi tne name ^ ?'*' ^ proved taking the horse to the defendant si turned out. He valued the horse at £ifl- ^ lf the action, possession w«s demanded on the pa the plaintiffs. Defendant said he would not give it UPMr Darvall said his client's answer to the action was simple. The. horse was agisted with the de fendant, he1 haying the right -rf purchase, and luckily there was evidence of the payment. . Witnesses proved that Mr. Cohen had sold the horse to. the defendant for £6. Mr. Broadhurst submitted that the story; of the defendant's witnesses was concocted; had it been ♦,.«p the defendant would have told the same, when the posse...
EPITOME OF NEWS—ENGLISH AND FOREIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 21 November 1850
KPlTOMli OF NEWS — ENGLISH AND FOREIGN. Evictions in Connemara. — Notices have been served upon the relieving officers by the managers of the Martin estate, of their intention to evict a vast number of unfortunate creatures now residing on this property. The number of houses, from which the inmates are to be cast out, is 276 ; but on account of the previous evictions in the same quarter, several families reside, in many instances, under the same roof ; so that we conceive it is a moderate calculation to estimate the number of in dividuals about to be subjected to all the tortures of extermination, at 1,600. In one fell swoop a number of paupers will be made, sufficient to fill one of our largest workhouses. It is a curious fact, that out of this property not a farthing of poor-rates has for a long time been collected. Under these circumstances, we think that steps should be at once taken to have the lands sold to liquidate the rates. As the inhabitants of this district will shortly ...
Law Intelligence. SUPREME COURT. (Condensed from the Sydney Morning Herald) MONDAY. Before His Honor Mr. Justice Dickinson and Special Jury of four. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 21 November 1850
'2Uto intelligent ♦ . SUPREME COURT. ( Condensed from the Sydney Morning Herald) MONDAY. , - refore His Honor Mr. Justice Dickinson and Special Jury of four. BROWNING V. LAYTON AND ANOTHER. Mr. Meymott, for the plaintiff', said this was an action for use and occupation, to which the defen dants had pleaded the general issue. In the year 1849, Mr. Sprott 'Boyd, who managed the affairs of the Royal Bank of Australia, entered into an arrangement with the defendants, to let to them for three years, certain stores, a boiling-down es tablishment, and an Inn, at Boyd Town, Twofold Bay The plaintiff wrote to Mr. Want, the attor- - nevof that Bank, that he had let those premise* to the defendants, from the 1st July, 1849, at £300 for the first year, £400 for the second, and £500 for the third, requesting Mr. Want to prepare a lease. No lease was executed, but defendants went into possession, and the claim now made is for the firs*, year's rent. Part of the £300 had been paid, viv' 4*70 ? The...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE MIRACLES AT RIMINI. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 21 November 1850
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE MIRACLES AT RIMINI. ( To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal. ) Gentlemen, — I live in a neighbourhood which is, for the colony, rather thickly populated. We are a busy, inquiring, thriving class of men in ge neral, and, though perhaps being one of the num ' her, it scarcely becomes me to say it, tolerably in telligent. Perhaps our wits are a little sharpened by friendly collision, as there are many constantly recurring topics in which we are anything but unanimous. However this may be, whether brains do become clearer or more addled by discussion, the fact is that we do dispute^ and that our newspapers furnish iio small proportion of the themes on which our debates, always energetic and profound when they are not otherwise, are established. Lately, your reports of the wonderful miracle, or rather succession of miracles, at Rimini, have en grossed all our opportunities of talk, and to tel, you the truth, have caused some little ferment amongst us. We ha...
Domestic Intelligence. CITY COUNCIL. Monday November 18. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 21 November 1850
Bonu stic Itnf elUsnu*. CITY COUNCIL. Monday November 18. Present: The 'Mayor, Aldermen— Allen, Brough ton. Egan, Usher, I'hurlow, and Brown ; Council-? lors — Ryan, Macdonald, Peden, Moore, Paton, Board, AVeekes, Peek, Lenehan, Roberts, Tierney, Mofh'tt, Driver, Thomas, and Josephson. REPORTS RECEIVED. ' Hackney Carriage report, recommending the ex piration of licences on 31st JJecemner m eacn yeai, and two additional stands — viz., at the Circular Quay and Barrack-street. Financial report, recommending payment of ac counts. Improvements report, recommending certain works in Phillip, Francis, and Wilton-streets. PETITIONS RECEIVED. A petition from 300 persons in George-street to have the street watered. A petition from labourers employed by the Cor poration for higher wages. A petition from inhabitants of Brisbane Ward for Imp-nine a. fountain in Clarence-street. A petition of stall-holders in Market-shed B, against one presented at the last meeting. TENDERS. I Three persons tender...
LITERATURE. PHYSICAL AND MORAL CHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 21 November 1850
* X'lTBRAT'itoi'ij. PHYSICAL A1ST3 MORAL .CHANGES. .1 remember me once with a cheerless eye, T.x have gaz'd on a clouded wintry sk,y.— r To have sigh'tl o'er a dreary seene ; For the fields had lost their verdant dress, The gardens their fragrance and loveliness, And the trees their foliage green. An angry wind career'd through the air— The mountains loolc'd bleak — leafless and bare Were the woods from the tempest's rage ; And nature seemed in that dismal waste, So worn, so wither'd and defaced, - To have sunk into sad old age. A few weeks over — I chanced once more , To view this scene so hopeless before, And I saw with what surprise ; All glowing and light, like 'a ^blushing bride, Jn venial beauty extended wide An Eden before my eyes ! The heavens had lost their gloomy form — The 'fields had cabt oil' their sombre brown — All Nature look'd young and bright ; , And playful winds, on th^ir' pinions fleet, S:ole fragrance rich from the flowers sweet, While they whisper' d of peace ...
GREAT HIGH-CHURCH DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 21 November 1850
GREAT HIGH-CHURCH DEMONSTRATION. Since our article on Mr. .Gorham was written we have received a paper containing a report of the great High-Church Meeting in St. Martin's Hall, Long Acre. The object of the meeting was to pro test against the decision of the several couits of law in Mr. Gorham' s case, to adopt an address to the: Archbishop of Canterbury, and to prevent, if possible, eren at the last Hour, tne institution m. Mr. Gorham to the Vicarage of Bramford Speke. The crowd was so great that the Committee found it necessary to open the Freemason's Hall, in Great Queen-street, where a supplementary meeting was held at the same time, and. some of the speakers adjourned from one room to the other to repeat their speeches. The only Prelate present was the Bishop of Bath and Wells. The principal clergy were Archdeacons Wilberforce, Manning, Thorpe, and Bartholomew, Dr. Pusey, Messrs. Sewell, Pal mer, and Bennett. Many other names are men tioned, but we do not recognise any more of ...
STANZAS. Written on the death of an Irish Emigrant Girl at sea. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 21 November 1850
STANZAS, Written on the death of an Irish Emigrant Girl' at sea. ? 'BVE. K. S. ' (From the Australian Eva.) Weep for the dead ! let the. mourning wail Urealc soft o er the suii-lit wave ; ' ' ??' Let -the sighs ye waft on the passing gale ' :- Fall light on her billowy, grave. . Weep for the dead ! who hath passed from earth Like the bloom that the young flower wears, Like the fairy smile of an infant's mirth Ere it saddens into tears. She died not in her own fair land — In her childhood's happy home — Where the cheering voice and friendly hand To soothe and comfort come. She faded not among the flowers With whose sweet growth she grew, In that fair spring- of life's young ho;irs ' Her joyous girlhood knew. She lies not in the quiet tomb, In the church-yard's hallowed shade ; Where .the willow weeps and wild flowers bloom, And her kindred's graves are made ; Where the long grass waves, and the simple stone Keeps watch at the sleeper's head ; Where the soft spring winds, with plainti...
MR. GORHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 21 November 1850
MR. GOKPIAM. As the long-debated case of Mr. Gorham has'at length-been brought to a conclusion, it may be interesting to our readers to re ceive some information about a gentleman whose name has become not a little notorious. Of Mr. Gorham himself we shall perhaps be permitted to take leave in this article, how ever important and interesting may prove the future results of the agitation of which he has been the cause. We will begin then ab ovo and state, in as few words as possible, who Mr. Gorham is, and what he has said, and done, in the course of his celebrated ' case.' Mr. Gorham was educated at the Univer sity of Cambridge, where be was a Fellow of Queen's College for eighteen years. Eor thirty-five years he laboured in the Anglican Church as a simple curate, and at the -end of that time he was'prefcrredby Lord 'Chan- cellor Lyndhurst, in January 1;84'6, to the Vicarage of St. Just, Penrith, in Cornwall, the western parish but one in England. It , was here that ;he was first br...
THE ROYAL SUPREMACY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 21 November 1850
I id K KOYAL S U PREM AC Y, (From 'J)r, Wiseman's Sermon.) ' What we are told in the 37th Article is ' That that only prerogative' is claimed by the Crown, ' which we see to have been given always to all godly princes in the holy scriptures by God himself.' ' I must remark at the outset, that the words and examples here chosen are by no means happy. In the first place, the au thority is claimed for the Sovereign of these realms, in regard to lha Christian Religion, which was given by God Himself to the godly kings of the old law. One cannot but be startled at the recollection, that the kings of the Old Law were not the repre sentatives of G,od ; they were the usurpers of His place. God was the King of Israel till Israel asked for kings ; and when Samuel was afflicted at the demand, what did God reply? ' They have not rejected thee, but me, that I should not reign over them.' (1 Reg. viii, 7.) And He gave them kings in anger and not in love, and He told them, as a punishment, that th...