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THE EMPIRE. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1851. THE REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 February 1851
TEE EMPIRE. TUESDAY, FEBR JJ Ali Frll,'! 185Í., . THE REVENUE. WE have now to review the rémàindér '(ôf the general abstract relating.^^tË^i^eKer, .nue of the middle district, in continuation of our article of the 1st instant. Under the head oí Fines and Forfeitures we obtain the following : Year Year In- Tor Pc- Per 1849. I860, crease, rout, crease, cout. l.SliflrtiT . . £ 408 £ 686 £ 220 47"2 2 Collected In Pet- ty Sessions . 1073 1138 65 16*3 3 Unauthorised oc- cupation of Crown Lands 410 477 07 H'S 4 Seizures by de- partment of Customs and Inspectors of Distilleries . 316 16 £300 04-9 5 Sale of unclaimed Property . COO 230 370 Ol'9 Total .£2871 £2547 £352 £076 In this department of revenue it appears there has been a total decrease upon the previous A"ear of £324, or a 'little more than seven and a half per cent. ; the largest indivi- dual decrease having occurred upon seizures] by Customs' department, and Inspectors of Distilleries. This is not, however, such a decrease as ough...
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 February 1851
; AMERICA?.^ The New' York^^Tr^á^ffoKj^nlifbrain,.bf the 26th October, has'five cbhimhs filled with an account of the^'great;'." Wôrntf^àïRjghta. Convention/' at Worcester,' 'Massàchusetf. Nine female orators addressed the Conven-' tion, speaking loudly of their rights.' lOñ'e^. lady sought the " Right of Snffra^eJadd the^ Right of Married Women to hold Prúpe^iy»; and as much more as one felt it proper to tisk' for.'' But we see little extractable matter.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 February 1851
CROWN LANDS WITHIN THE SETTLED DISTRICTS. Brisbane-John Bingle, Puen Buen, 8 lots, 640 acres euch, pnrinh un- named, near the head of Guangua Creek, be- tween Dartbrook nnd Guaiißua Creek, Charlea Blaxland Meriwa, No. 1, $70 acres, parish un- named, on Bow Creek, No. 2, 10/0 ucrcs, parish unnamed, on Bow Creek, 3 loti, 640 aerea* eaclv PW »od near Bpw Creek, 2 lott, 640>Ëapres>&lt;eMrti, near Smith'» or Merriwa Rrçujet,&lt;$n, 8,1 tOQ, Newr Smith'» or M«¿ riwa; Np, 9, 870 aeres, ou bow .creekf J. Cox and'Sloper. Muswellbrook, 2 lots, 800 »cres each; pariah of Ellis, No. 3, 960 acres. Parish of Ellis, 1 lots, 640 acres each. Parish of Ellis, J.H. Dangar, Scone, No. 1, 640 acres, on Kingdom Ponds, No. 2, 1000 acres, near Mount Dynamrigan, - No. 3, 640 acres, near the head of Kingdom Ponds, No- 4,1080 a.)res, near Mount Wingen. W. S. Deloitte, 8 lots, 640 acres each, near Ccmlsort'a Creek. William Hall, Pitt.town, No. 1,1080 acres, near the head of Hall's Creek ;....
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 February 1851
EXPORTS." ßeJpar^lO.-r-Louisa, brig,' 182 tons, Captain Heslop, for Adelaide, with 1 hud. loaf .sugar, C. ^HfOTSRjy1'Vft!e tweeds, A. and J. Rayner ; 12 packages tea, TÎ. and S. Speyer ; 129 tons coals, Gewge Thorne and. Co. ; 120 logs cedar, 2 car- boys 'vitriol,, 8 casks molasses,. J. Macnamara; 40 boxea 80Üp,rR.' How arid Co. '
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 February 1851
TO CORRESPONDENTS. Since thc wreck of the Pheonix, steamer, there has been no better mail communication with the Clarence than by small coasting crafts, which will account for any irregularity. Charles C's verses will probably be inserted, when hoe can find space.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 February 1851
ARTIFICIAL TEETH. MR. FLETCHER, Dentist, 22, Hunter-street, a few doors from George-street, begs to inform his friends and tho public gonerally," that he contines to stop decayed teetli willi tho greatest success, without giving pain, and under takes to supply Artificial Teeth on tho most com-' plote principle of self-adhesion, having no clasps or Springs of any kind, and being perfectly natural in their appearance. CHARGÉS : £ s. d. A single artificial tooth from 0 IO O A complete set, from . 8 0 O Stopping". 0 f> O » Scaling and cleaning. O 10 0 Extracting .............. 0 2 C Mr. F. can refer to persons of tho h jghest.re- spectability, and also wishes it to lie understood, tliat no charge will be mado unless satisfaction bo given. Hours of attendance from 10 till 5. 42 JOHN WHITTLE, WHOLES A UR ^ CO N'F¡¿0 T10 N K R, George-street, opposite the Woolpack. JO HN WHI T/i/T^E,".'7."wholesale Con- fectioner, bogs to'iu'fófni 'his. friends and the public, that he lins cómmdiiWd bus...
Police Office. Monday, February 10. Before James Sheen Dowling, Esquire, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 February 1851
Police Offlco; ..-.Mon Before Jónica Sheen Dowling, Esquire, P.M. It would not only be disagreeable- but difficult I to give a " correct card with tho names, weights, ¿olor*"'of,the distinguished company present kt".'"Mr, BwJingV matine? correctionelle at (Seprgerptreet, tooday 5 the list is too comprehen- sive for our columns,- otherwise there would be no great objection . No less than twenty drunkards, three rogues, and six runnawuys ap|>eared on tho non-important lists, whilst on tho facetiously termed " free list" could be enumerated tho - cognomens of only twenty-five individuals ; 'but. beyond, this even the summonses answerable »mounted to 14 in number; a tolerable category i truly. Tho Police Magistrate who sat alone, had his share of it, for after wading through upwards of 60 cases, ho then was compelled to encounter, the'voluminous Hughes Fraudulent Insolvency proceedings. . The generality however of oases were of a nature wholly undeserving of record. FIRE-ARMS.-The bo...
CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 February 1851
CLEARANCES.'*' ¡ February 10.-Hirondelle, schooner^ 100 tons, Captain Saunderd,.'for Melbourne. Passengers "Rev. J. Tait, Lady, and Miss Tait, Mr. Robert Jamieson, Mr. and Mrs. Bray, Mr. C. Mitchell, Mr. J. Flum, Miss Price,. Mr. R. Burnett, Mr. and. Mrs. Ward, Mr. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Edwards* Mr. and Mrs. Tennant, Mr. Murray, and Mr: Hammond. ..." February 10.-Cadet, barque, 347 tons, Capt. Oliphant, for Newcastle, m ballast. February 10.-Louisa, brig, 182 tons, Captain Heslop, for Adelaide.- Passengers-Mr. John M'Glen, Mr. F. Sparrow, Mr. J. Graves, Mr. J. Walsh, Lieutenant Vigors, 28 rank and filo ll th regiment, 3 women and 2 children. ' February 10.-Narwhal, barque, 381 tons, Baker, for the South Sea Fisheries, with whaling stores.
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 February 1851
DEPARTURES. February 10.-Randolph, ship, 701 tons, Cap- tain Dale, for Ampanam, in ballast. February 10-Mary Stewart, schooner, 7.1 tons, Captain Sommerville, for Moreton .Bay. Passen- gers--Mr. and Mrs. Burgess and family, Mrs. Sawkins and child, Mr. J. Markwell, Air. .AV. Smith, Mr. \V..Bovd, Mr. C. Bowen, Mr. C. Cald- well, Mr. F. Colla's. February IO.-William Hill, brig, 119 tons, Captain Janies Skey, for Portland. February . 10.-Favorite, schooner, 96 tons, Captain Storicker, for Holbourne. Passengers Captain Steele, Mr. Wilkinson, Mr. Burnett, Mr. Burnett, junr., Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, Miss Martha, Mr. Frazer, Mr. Durant, Mr. Hilloway, Mr. Brown, Mr. Hagen, Mr. Nain, Mr. Monck, Mr. Preston, and Mr. and Mrs. Potter, Mr. Bundo, Mr. Meston, Mr. Perrott, and Mr. Frazer. . .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 February 1851
T T li E .EMPIRE, I DAILY JOURNAL OP NEWS, POLITICS^ . :.-^ÁNl)-'OOMMÉECE? ? ¡' I* Fullished eàefy ,;. Terms of Subscription :-Söven Shillings áííd Six Kince per Quarter, or Two andr Sixpence per ónth, payable in advance. . ' . ! Single Numbers-Three Halfpence. ;., Xávé^wiáé^tí^rVxróShillings andjSixpence ioi the first, and 'Ninepence tor every additional Ioch^ for each Insertion. ' OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. í f TXTE are glad to be at liberty to admire the YV töne and spirit of its arguments."--J .Sydney Morning Herald, Dec. 31. . "t Its numerous leading articles are well andi ?vigorously written."--Maitland Mercury, ¿tiri;. l.( "The original particles are well .wrjttenj. andi ;^ive earnest of much1 vigour."^- Goulburn ,tfer'áíd¿ Jan. 4. ' ' .; ' -; ' V '"'r'*', " VVe congratulate our contemporary -on 'the .élévation of, sen timen, t discernable' -throughout his romark's."-Melbourne Argus, ¿an 9. " It gives fair proriiise of speedily assuming a high rank among the Sydney Journals."-Por...
RALLY ROUND YOUR CESS POOLS. A PARODY, BY T. R. J. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 February 1851
RALLY ROUND YOUR CESS POOLS. A PARODY, BY T. R. J. Parishioners of Gipps Ward, and jovial Bris-; banites, . And Phillip, and Bourke's wardsmen strike boldly for your rights ! "-?.-?. Come forward, yo Macquarie men ! a slave is he who slinks, And rally round your cesspools, your sewers, and your sinks. From Fort-street'sjfurfcber terminus to the City's eastern bound, From north to south, through street and lane, oh ! let the toscin sound ; For vested rights and interests, make a stern and valiant stand, E'er tho sanatary clauses shall be-bye-laws of tho land. The Citizens of Sydney bold, their teeth have bnt to show, To frighten'd from the battle field this mpst ob- ' noxious foo : As fur as- they're concerned, the pernicious mea- ' sures dropped, And big Doctor Daniel Joscphs,'imperious course, is stopped. - What! destroying typhus, like tho wind shall revel free. Miasma roam through closed up courts with lullest liberty ; Let Kont-street.still, as heretofore, for over in repair, . ...
Agents for the Empire. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 February 1851
Agents for the Empire. SYDNEY AND THE SUBURBS- Mr. James Alexander, Botany-st, Chippendale; Mr. Thomas Lusty, Bazaar, opposite Wright's Brewery, George street, 'South ; Mr. Samuel Weldon, comer of Burdekins Terrace'and South Head Road. BATHURST.-Mr. Charles Jamás, bookseller, Wil- liam-street; and Mr. J. R. Jones, George street. DUNGOG.-Mr. Thomas Hanna, Postmaster. DAPTO.-Mr. John M'Rae, storekeeper. GUNDAGAI.-Mr. II. M. Turnbull, ditto. ? j MURRURUNDI.-Mr. A. Brodie, Postmaster.. PORT FAIRY.-Mr. Edmund Gleeson, storekeeper. PARRAMATTA.-Mr. Hugh Taylor. GRAFTON, CLARENCE RIVER.-Mr. William Pal-, mer, Grafton Hotel. WINDSOR.-Mr. Robert Stewart, Watchmaker, George-street. MORETON BAY.-Mr. William Smith, North Brisbane. GOULBURN.-Mr. David Davis, Old Commercial Store, SloanC'Street. GUNDEROO.-Mr. Joseph Edgar, Postmaster. WARRNAMBOOL.-Mr. Thomas G. Gosling. PORT MACQUARIE.-Mr. James Phelps, Baker Clarence-street. *»* Agents xviii be appointed in all other parts of the Colony, as soon ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 11 February 1851
AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY, j MANY.personsi fn.the;colony,having been dfs» I appointed in not sending home their vari- ! ous Articles of production, or manufacture,'to the j Industrial Exhibition, in London, by reason of the ; shortness of notice for their shipment, and the ' delay in the sailing'of the vessel, oy which it was ! hoped they would oe in time for reception by the j London Committee. The Committee of the Aus- ; tralian Society have thought tbot means might be ; taken for exhibiting in this colony the various articles alluded to, and that opportunity might be afforded to extend .the scope ot Exhibition for all articles, not only the growth and producé of this and the neighbouring colonies, but of the nume- rous groups of Islandsin the Pacific, whose ))Toductions and capabilities are, at the present aay, almost a sealed book. The Committee have, therefore, determined to take measures for a General' Exhibition of the Natural Productions and Manufactures of the Australian Colonies,...
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 February 1851
TO ADVERTISERS. All Advertisements' ^nst!,JMTe&lt;'lner number of : 'Insertions-intended written íJejrlbly^un^th» manuscript, Otherwise they will btífrépeated tul , countermanded,by the Advertiser. . .. Advertisements cannot be withdraviri nfter * o'clock in the afternoon but new'ones1 Willbe received till'9 o'clock, overy Uvöning''b«wre . ¡publication. , .?>..'>[ ?. ;\, 'f-i.rib>' ¿1 ,EM^lRB,pmoE,Janunry 1,8. ; , , ,/? _
TO SUBCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 February 1851
. ^ TÍO. SUB^CRÏB^^tï ' : It ia rëqnèstied'iha^'vftirV' inregularity W:in"» delivery. of.;.T,HB EMPIRE, y/ül,* be rep^rwd^tbe Office. , ..&lt;'?'.' . ' .?» .«. ' 1. ' "'^ij 1 Either the "Weekly or the Daily ÍSBUO of /TM EMPIRE will be forwarded to residents in.'.tho I»» ;terior, on ,the receipt .of tho apount ofjaubicr^i|on ,iú Postage Stamps. ?'
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 February 1851
PROJECTED DEPARTURES. I The Juliana for London, the Hirondelle, for ' Port Phillip, the Nonvhal for the South Sea Fisheries, and the Louisa for Adelaide, all this day. I COASTERS INWARDS. February ll.-Emma, 22, Röstern, from New- castle, with 27 tons coals, 2 tons potatoes ; Cla- rissa, 60, Campbell, from Newcastle, with 80 tons coals ; Scout, 23, Louther, from Newcastle,- with 800 bushels wheat, 300 bushels'barley ; "William Fourth, steamer, 54, Sullivan, from Woolongong, with 225 bags wheat, 130 bags potatoes, 160 kegs butter, 6 casks ale, 1000 feet timber, IO pigs¿ 6 calves, 17 trusses hay, and sundries; Orient, 30, Walters, from Broulee, with 30 tons potatoes ; Bee, 12, Smith, from Kiama, with 20 kegs butter, and sundries j Amphitrite, 17, Baxter, from'Shell Harbour, with 200 bags wheat, 2 tons potatoes, 6, kegs" butter ; Ruth, 12, Wells, from Pittwater, with'3001 bushels shells ; Neptune, . 15, Augusta, with 600 bushels wheat, 2 tons potatoes ; Rose, steamar. 172 tons, Ülárdióa...
ABSTRACT OF Estimate of Commissioners of National Education, Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 February 1851
* ABSTRACT OP Estimate of CommissioJiers bf National Educa- tion, Ireland. . ? ; Résident Commissioner,..£1,000 G i Normal Rstablishment. for training . " Malo and Female Teachers .... .. 6,255 0 I Male and Female Models Schools, Dublin . .... .'. ........ ...... .. 1,600 0 ( Glasuevin National arid Model Agri« cultural School. 4,145 0 &lt; Model Agricultural Schools throughout Ireland .. .'. 1,450 0 ( I District Model Schools. 6,800 0 ( Building Repairs, &c, of ordinary , I Schools. 8,650 0 ( Salaries and Gratuities to Teachers.. 66,453 0 ( Book Department. . 11,250 0 ( Inspection .of Schools. 11,105 0 ( Ôllicial Establishments in Dublin, viz! Secretaries .......... ¿.. .£1,000) Clerks. 2,345 V 4,292 0 C Other Officers and Servants 947 ) ^ Miscellaneous.......... .. ...... ., 3,000 0 G j ' ?. £125,000 0 C It will be observed that tho large item of £11,105: is* estimated for the. inspection of, thc ! ordinary national schools-an .avarage of £2 lOsj .'a . school,-at d...