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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 February 1851
IMPORTS. February ll.-Diana, ship, 575 tons, Captain Fletcher, from Manilla, 5282 bags sugar, 4 pack- ages empty bags, 1 box samples, -50 coils whale line, Flower Salting and Co. ; 23 cases cigars,. B. Campbell tertius; 45 cases cigars, Thacker' and Co. ; 35 cases cigars, Hugh Dixon ; 70 ' cases', cigars, Griffiths Fanning and Co; 30 cases cigars, Henry Mooro; 16 cases cigars, 7533 bags sugar,' 329 packages cordage, Order.
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 February 1851
EXPORTS. February ll.-Prince of Wales, brig, 112 tons, Captain Innen, for Port Lyttleton-118 bogs sugar, 10 chests, 20 half chests. Congou tea, B. Fawcett ; 61 bags flour, H. Fisher ; 1 xase leather, T. Holmes ; 225 cheeses, 2 cases sad- dlery, 5 cases pipes, 55 cases cordials, 1 cask soda, 20 boxes soap, 10 boxes candles, 1 case hats, 50 bags flour, 1 cuse cotton, 40 bags rice, 250 sheep, 20 horses, 33 bags maize, 30 cashs beef, 10 boxes candles, Sheppard and Algar. February ll.-Brutus, ship, 470 tons, Captain D. 0. Mitchell, for Son Francisco-9 oases, 1 package cigars, 50 cases port wine, 69 cases ginger wine, 20 cases lemon syrup, 27 cases cherry brandy, 20 bundleB frying pans, 3 bundles shovels, 41 hhds. ale, £. H. Pollard ; 122 bags sugar, Bert and Sons ; 50 cases lemon syrup, 250 bushels barley, F. W. Clarge. Original cargo from Newcastle-400 tons coals. Bebruary ll.-Phcobe, sohooner, 89 tons, Captain J. H. Niokson, for Melbourne-30 hhds. ale, Thacker and Co. ; 20 hhds. ale, L...
Police Office; Tuesday, February 11. Before James Sheen Dowling, Esq. P. M. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 February 1851
Polio e Office; Tuesday, February ll. Before James Sheen Dowling, Esq. P. M. NEVER OUT OP TROUBLE.-Mary Ann Cusack, an unfortunate female female, who, by her own admission, spent the best portion of her days in ' .limbo, was again brought up upon a charge of smashing windows, arid iiaing otherwise disorderly. Notwithstanding the vehemence of her supplica- tions', tho Bench sent her back to Darlinghurst! Gaol for a two month's residence. . - BROKEN VOWS.-A violent and impertinent pest,| named Michael Cassidy, who has been fre- quently dealt with by the authorities for similar outrages, appeared to answer the complaint of policeman, No. 32, B divisision, who, while on duty; at Woolloomooloo Bay, was attracted by screams and cries of distress, to the residence of tho prisoner. Upon arriving at tho spot he found Cassidy beating her violently ; the wife was out of bed, and had only her night gown on ; the man I ! (bah) was under the influence of liquor, and the constables very properly t...
WATER POLICE OFFICE. Before H. H. Browne, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 February 1851
WATER POLICE OFFICE. Before H. H. Browne, Esq., «T.P. REGINA T. STAVES.-Tho master of tho'brig .Brothers, appeared at the abovo office yosterduy, to answer un information filed by Mr. Inspector Powell,, for having*violated tho 96th section of tho Quarantine Regulations, by running up into the Cove previous to the Health Officer having boarded. Tho offence was alleged to have been committed on tho 6th of the current month, and Pilot Bainbridge^ testimony, wont. to show that he endeavoured to board, but a smart breeze blowing, and the brigcarrying a press of canvass lie was unablo to do so. lie, however, hailed her, and was answered from tho deck that they re- quired none ; ho closed up in her wake with nm " hurra boysj give way ¡" saw her pass Pinchgut,, and ultimately found her snug nt anchor in the, eovf», 'She "WM from- Honolulu, : and, bad, passengers on board, The clause Jn the act res tr cting vessels from passing Pinchgut runs as fol- lows : *' Vessels arriving at any time in ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 February 1851
k. Mr. BEAUMONT is, wo are glad to hear, progres- sing favourably from the eifeot of his late acci- dent, and .we are the more disposed.- to give pub- licity to this circumstance, owing to a foolish rumour having obtained circulation in reference to this unfortunate gentleman's decease. DISTILLATION.-Hie Governor has proclaimed the premises known as tho Brisbane. Distillery, a place where tho business of a Distiller may be carried ou. . CIRCUIT COURT.--A Circuit Court will be holden at Bathurst on Monday, tho 17th day of February next. The remnants of a human being, alluded to in our issue of Saturday, having undergone the neoossary investigation before Mr. Bethel Lyons' Court at Parramatta, havo been forwarded to Sydney in order, if possible, to trace identity. DISEASED MEAT.-Tho Commission, to inquire into the prevailing epidemic, have sent in.a pre- liminary Report, in ellcot, stating, that- no but- cher'"could oller tho meat for salo with any chanoe of deceiving tho public," owi...
INSOLVENT COURT—TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 February 1851
INSOLVENT COURT.-TUESDAY. Büforo the Chief Commissioner, W. Milford. In the Estate of Georgo Pattrick-A special meeting, to decide upon ofter of composition. Debts to the amount of £225 ls. proved. Tho creditors present decided upon accepting tho ofter of composition made by the Insolvent, of 2s. 6d. in the pound, secured by his own notes, at 18 -.months from this dato. ¿j-, InjtheJSstate of John Grahame and Co.-An -'àâjown^spé'oial meeting. Debts, to the amount .Öf,;£lj87h 13s. lOd. were admitted as claims only oh-the Estate, and twelve months were allowed for the parties to provo.
CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 February 1851
CLEARANCES. February ll.-Brutus, ship, 470 tons, Captain D. C. Mitehell,*for San Francisco. Passengers - Mrs Harriett Kingsley, Mr. and Mrs. Daly, Mr. &nbsp; W. B. Allen, Mrs. M'Cormack, Miss M'Cormack, Master M'Cormack, Mr. C. John Stephenson, Mr J. Carmichael, Miss Ellen Arnot, Mr. William Jordon, Mrs. Ann Jordon, Mr. W.Speeding, Mr. E. Speeding, W. Abbott, H. Brown, H. D. Brown, Catherine Brown, Francis Hoyer, Joseph Bruton, Francis and Catherine Beckworth, Francis Burge Ellen and Anne Bolton, Michael Bos, John and Isabella Blackwell, William Beate, John, Jane and Rachael Bluette, William Broadbridge, Matthew Cornsford, Charles Churchwood, Thomas Crotty, &nbsp; Ann Crotty, John Cross, Patrick Cullone, James Clune, Jenny Costello, Jobe Clarke, Patrick Cahile, Patrick Cummins, Richard Carr, Sarah Carr, Annie Carr, James Doherty, &nbsp; Michael Dulhahenty, Patrick Doland, Edward and Mary Ann Damon, Archibald Dugan, Daniel Dunhahoe, Ann Forley» James Faris, Ri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 February 1851
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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 February 1851
! COASTERS OUTWARDS. [ February 11.--Clarissa, 60, Campbell, for New I castle, in ballast ; Raven, 27, Arickson, for New- castle, in ballast; William and James, 75 ; Mo-, thersou, for tho Richmond River, in ballast ; Nep- tune,- 15th August, for Shell Harbour, in ballast ; Ruth, 12, Wells, for Pittwater, in ballast; Ann Phirrite, 17,.Baxter, for Shell Harbour, with, sondries ; Bee, 12, Smith, for . Kiama, with sun- dries ; William 4th, steamer, Sullivan, for Woolongong, with sundries ; Vixin, 46, William- son, for Wide Bay, with sundries ; Tamar, steamer, 130, Paine, for Morpeth, with sundries.
A LETTER TO THE REV. JAMES WALLACE, MORETON BAY. SHRWING THE DANGEROUS TENDENCT OF RELIGIOUS DENOMINATIONALISM, BY RIOBARD SADLEIR, R.N. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 February 1851
A LETTER TO THE REV. JAMES WALLACE, MORETON BAY. SnKWINO TflE DANGEROUS TENDENCT OF RELIt OI OU 3 DENOMINÁTIONALISM, BT RIOBARD SADLEIR , H;N. " Formed, ns dur infant population is, of per- sons emigrating from every part ( of "the British empire, belonging to every denomination bearing the christian líame/ it/becomes, doubly, necessary to do away with whatever would ¡binder tbeunloR bf Christian! bodies," : >???, ?, ' .-...,.,/ j ^ERch' séct, being distinct from tho : other, naturally seeks to &lt; advance its - own. peculiar interests,-though at the expense of. its, neighbour, . to "whom it i »> bound toi iioilaw.; .that us, common to all.» ; . -,: ; "« Men not satisfied with ihe sufficienoy ..either. ' of theguide'(God's word) of pf Unbelievers ppw^r , of. following that guide, haye added ;thei^^i* wisdom, as a necessary appendage, to God's word . .--haye ;,drawn np .summaries of orthodox faith; . creed/and,articles, to which the believer is con- strained to subscri...
SHTP'S MAILS Closing at the Post 'Office. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 February 1851
SHTP'S MAILS Closing at the Post 'Office. . For London-Tho Agricola, this evening at G o'olook. For London via Ooylon-Tho Eliza, this evening,, at six o'clock, Cargo pf Tamar ,-30 baleswool, 60 truws Jrny 77 bags groin, 15 bags flour, 6' bag» onions, 5 Pigs, 7 rams, ' . Arrivals . at Newcastle-Ganges, Catherine, Chief, Skeme. The Chinese immigrants, brought in the Duke . of Roxburgh, are about being sent to Wide Bay. and Moreton Bay. The Vixen and other Bohooners were engaged in transhipping them. The Vixen was to take forty for Wide Bay. The Chrishma, from Manila, and the Statesman from Hongkong, were passed by the Diana ; the Albion and the Aujer nod arrived at Hongkong, prior, to the Diana's sailing from thence. The Hirondelle was going down the harbour at sunset.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 February 1851
Por'OiílIfornU, ? 'bÁtMÑO >T HONOLULU, THE splendid fast-saUing Al barque, ARTEMISIA, : 558 tons register, John ; Py Ridley, commander. This fine vessel offers a favour- able opportunity to parties proceeding to the "Gold Regions, having superior accommodation for cabin, intermediate, and steerage passengers. Has only room.for a few .'tons light freight, and will sail the. 1.7th February. À few berths only dis- engaged, apply to R. TOWNS; or, to 260 GILCHRIST & ALEXANDER WOOL AND SHEEPSKINS ' ' 1 '?, . BEEP. . . :;' "-':t- i:VM MR. J. H. ATKINSON - M "Will Bell by auction, at his Stores, Circular .Quay,' . On FRIDAY NEXT, the 14th 'instant;- &lt;>»? . At half-past eleven o'clock^ :'; T : " "I OK. B A L, E S W O 0 L: JLOtJ' Lot sheepskins . AFTER 'WHICH, IC casks prime beef Terms at Sale. 259' P1AI4Ü0¡-'.fhe ' undersigned has on " liauu, a . few very beautiful Cottage Ranos and Piccolos, bj a well-known maker. They are in full tune, and are open for inspection '...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 February 1851
;, DAILY JOURNAL OF NEWS, '* POLITICS, Ui AND CÖMMEltÖE^ ' ; Ia I^ub}i$hcd £very Morning, at 6 &lt;?çloçîc- ' : Terms öf Subscription s^Soven siiillingsland Six-: >^ÉéhV&^ a^d; Sixpence péri . v l^onifiípayable" irt advance.1 '&lt;?"?' ' .' *; I fßmgle] N.uinbers^llhree Halfpence. Advertisements-T>yo(Shillings .and- Sixpence îotj ! J'the. lirai,1 and Ninepence ior every additional ' ' Tncîi.'for each Insertion. .. :: -.' '?---' . . OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. i i TTTE are glad to be at liberty to admiro tho Y y "' ionö aiW spirit of it!» arguments.'' . Sydftey ïMorhïhg'Ifcráldityeáy 31. ' ' ' ' ' ''' -? -n.! i". Its' itumerbds leading .articles are well and. vigorouslywritten/'-Mßitland Mercury, Jan. 1. 'fSÍ.he Original' articles are well written,, and ':givé éàrnest of much'vigour."'- Goulburn Herald; .'aüñXí'"!r:'!',-':í " '. ' . ' . '" '. " We congratulate our contemporary on the. elevation of sentiment .discernable throughout hisj ^uiarkg.','--Melbourne ...
THE DRAYMEN AND THE BUTCHER. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 February 1851
THE DRAYMEN AND THE .. .BUTCHER. . T HE song-renowned draymen of the world famous Barclay and Perkins/have done a deed which-without a hyperbole-has drawn the " eyes of Europe" upon them; set' all tongues wagging in palace anch cottage;; and sent ;.a thrill of pleasure ' through every manly heart from London ito Petersburgh. They have-the stalwart? .sons of toil-acted right nobly, let wcll ibred sycophancy, or indolent hypocrisy, or infamously prostituted "cleverness," say what' they may. It was a noble im .pulse owhioh incited them to visit with .summary ' chastisement,; that; murdering minion of a sanguinary despot, who had .shed .the 'blood .of bravest patriots, like water, and ; outraged all the purest in- stincts whibh^etill dignify our common hu ' mapity; 'It^a^ á vindication of the bro- therhood ípf &lt;man. It was a warning to (tyrants^ 3 rémèniber that there'is a force .beyond'poetieal beautyin-i ^ The might"that slumbers iii' a peasant's arm. It was; anluiiè'onsoïp...
THE EMPIRE. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUART 12, 1851. DR. LANG'S ELECTION FOR SYDNEY— ITS EFFECT IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 February 1851
THE EMPIRE. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUART 12, 1851. DR; LANG'S ELECTION FOR SYJ) NEY\-ITS EFFECT IN ENG- LAND. NOT altogether unbefittingly, it fell to our lot to be the first journal, to communicate ' to the electors - of Sydney something, of .**1 '&lt; the. impression made in England by tte news of their election of Dr; Lang. ' In the Empire of Saturday last, we published an article on the subject from the London Daily News, of October the 25th, which, if not' actually written by an Australian colonist, has the internal proof of having been constructed from materials supplied by one familiarly acquainted with the character of the Sydney constituency. We are inclined to this latter surmise from the fact, that there is an incongruity, and a bungling in its explanatory statements, and a want of filling out in its portraitures, which seem to mark it as the production of one, engaged by a sudden and forced tuition, in a strange work. The subject is onè of peculiar interest, and, as is in...
DOMESTIC. Abstract of Auction Sales. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 February 1851
DOME STXO. Abstract of Auction Sales. . THIS DAY. Mr. E. SALAMOS, at his Stores, Bank-Oourt, at ll o'clock, 8 bales wool ; at 12, at bis rooms, dry colours, varnishes, &o. I Mr: Gr. SEYMOUR, at the Cattle Market, at ll O'CIOCK, milch cows, . . _ Mri STEWART, at the Horse Bazaarj1 Pitt-streot, ii ^at(ll', o'clock, horses, .phaçto^:i)oriibs, maros,'" .-p&cT" "*'" """ '.'"7 ' ;.' '-''I " ;Mr. Ri'FAWCETT, at his rooms,', at .ll o'clock, ' " drapery and hosiery goods, 57 packages dra- pery and slops. ' Mr. j. G. COHEN, at his rooms, at 11 o'clock, 24 crates earthenware,- 20 crates earthenware. Mr. S. LYONS, at 1\ o'clock, Landed Estate, South Head Road. Messrs. MORT AND BROWN, at .their rooms, at half-past 10 o'clock, household furniture ; at 11 o'clock, ten horse power engine, and ilour mill complete. .