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EMPIR(E)ICISMS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 February 1851

EMPIR(E)IOISMS. QUESTIONS'ron A " HOME CORRESPONDENT : '.' 1. Aro tho streets of London really paved -with gold, as children andrcolonists universally believe ? ' 2. >yhat sort of an opinion do tho Cockneys entertain ' respecting the'moral and intellectual qualities of the Sydney COVE f . 3. Whether ia it cheaper to travol hy a Threepenny Buss . . or by a Twopenny Buster " on the Thames V . 4. 'Wliat' deBCription of shells most abounds on tho STRAND ? In London'?-^' *" '?' 5. ls lt true tthpt several Millionaires in London-that is, mon with at least a million PER ANNUM ^each-in variahly"'tvear .? dirty shoes to savo the price of black . ing? 6V Does not every body in England beliovo Hrs. Chis- holm to bo a better stateswoman than Earl Grey? 7. What probability is there of tho long-talked-of con- flagration of tho Thames occurring while YOU aro in London? - A CONTRADICTION IN TERMS.-A. recent article copied from . tho London DAILY NEWS into our columns, though certainly evidencing...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 12 February 1851

CROWN* LANDS WITHIN THE SETTLED DISTRICTS. Applications confirmed. (Con- tinued from our last.) Hunter-Thomas Par- nell, Richmond, 2 lots, 640 acres each, at Parson's Creek ; No. 3, 640 acres, on a branch of Parson's Creek; No. 1, 1060 acres, 2 lots, 640 ncrcs each, near Parson's Creek, William Town, Richmond. No. 1, 1180 acres; No. 2, 640 acres ; No. 3, 740 acres, on the Goulburn River. King-Isabella Barber, Yass, No. 1, 800 acres, on Bargo Creek ; William Jamison, Greenwich Park,. No. 1, 640 àcres; No. 2, 960 acres, on the Lachlan River ; Mr. B. Red- dall, Goulburn, No. 1, 950 acres, at the head of Callivan Creek. No. 2, 1130 acres; No. 3, 820 acres ; on Callavin Creek, A. Robert- son, Yass, No. 1, 640 acres ; on a branch of Hovell's Creek, 2 lots, 640 acres, near Ho veil's Creek; Isaac Snepherd, Kissing Point. No. 1, 640 acres, ou the Lachlan Uiver; Alexander Turner, Goulburn, No. 1, 740 acres ; No. 2, 640 acres ; No. 3, 1080 acres, near Diamond Creek. Murray-3. M. Antill, Picton...

Publication Title: Empire
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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 13 February 1851

TO SUBSCRIBERS. ;/.< It' is requested that any irregolftrlty i<i4tr*'< delivery of THE EMPIRE will reported^t/tï»»* 'office. j Either the Weekly or the Daily hteüe of (T«»f EMPIRE will be fbrwardedto residents in- the' I** ; teri or, on the receipt of the fcniountof'sutaerfpttil*' jin Postage Stamps.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 13 February 1851

DEPARTURES. February 12.-Prince of Wales, briar, 112 tous, Captain.Innen, for Port Lyttleton. Passengers W. Slack, Miss M'Donùld, Henry Buchanan, J. Valentine, John Head, H. Thompson, George Stevenson. J. Hogan.- :. ..^February 12.-Hirondelle, schooner, 100 tons, Captain Saunders, for ¡ Melbourne., Passengers-, Jítev.'',JJ Tait, lady, and.,Miss Tait, Mr. Robert Jamieson,-Mr. and~Mrs?vBi:ay;:/Mr; .C. Mitchell, ,t¡\it; J. Flum, Miss Pricè^'Mr'.^R: Barnett, Mr. and .Mrs.-Ward, 'Mr? T;Hörnpsöh;;Mr. -nnd Mrs.. Edwards/Mr. and MH/Tiíñnanti' Mr. Murray, and Mr. Hammond. «vK¡u.t.í V; ¡|

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 13 February 1851

COASTERS INWARDS. '." ' February ' 12.-Louisa,.' .15* tons, Green, ¡> from tbe Moruya River, with 15 tons potatoes, 1 ton wheat ; Emily, 30,Cnreton, from Newcastle, with, 40 tons coals ; Brothers, 27,' M'Cauley, from Newcastle, with 35 tons coals ;Anna Maria, 49, -^Bonney, from Newcastle,. with, 70, ,toi.s . coals ;; ' Currency Boy, 41, .M'NéiL'frpm.fÑ.e^c^léV'vith ! 'fi tons coals; Thistle', steamer, 127|,ipns. MiUhallj i 'from Morpeth, with 57 bales' wibi/, ti6(1bitgs" bran,''30, bags flour, 151 bushels"barföy,ü^p2^ ,bu*.h?l« vjjest, 5Sbaga onions, "e'trtisses hií?¿6Ó^ 'IBgs, 9 calves, láiO.sEcep.

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COASTERS' OUTWARDS; [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 13 February 1851

. COASTERS' OUTWARDS; 'February 12.-Currency'Boy} 41 tons, M'Neil, "in.ballast ;'Anna Marín, 49,'Bo'iYny,' for Newcastle, .iiLboljast ; Struggler, 7, 'Flyman; for. Newcastle, .ip ballast; Brothers, 27,,AlíCánle.Y>for;Newoastle, in ballast ; .Emily, 30, Cuietonivforj ^Newcastle, in ballast {. Maria Pntdeijjcq,/ 2/, ^Loader, for Broulee, in ballast ; Jéimo £)eans, 32, Wilkins, for Broulee,with stmdrios ;Arcadian, f4,Luugliton, for the Hawkesbury; with sundries ; Lapwing, 20, Jackson, for Shoalhaven, with. Rundrius ; Gitana, 14, Roberts, .for Brisbane Water, in bullast ; Adventure, 22,.Peters, for, Mprpeth, iii ballast; Caroline, 29,'Prider, for Morpeth, with suudries ; Catherine, 1 Oj (Rawlings for the William's River, with sundries ¡ Catherine Nicholson, for Twofold Bay, witto* sundries ; Rose, steamer, 172 tons, Harding, for Morpeth, with suudries.

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EQUITY JUBISDICTION. BY PARTE LA ROSIERE. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 13 February 1851

EQUITY JUBISDICTION. BX PARTE LA ROSIERE. This casé was postponed for a week, in conse- quence of the absence of Mr. Broadhurst, tho ap- plicant's counsel. The application is made under the Law Simplifying Act, and arises out of cer- tain disputes between the proprietors of the Equestrian Circus in York-street.

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EXPORTS, [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 13 February 1851

EXPORTS, I February 12,r- Stratheden, barque, 429 tons,; ' Captain Turner, for Manilla, 15 tons Sapan\yood,~ ''SOO tons coals, Henry Moore. ' "'-'^Fébyuarv' 12.~Hirondelle, schooner, -100 tons,i; Cnpjaifl ,\y.. H. Saunders, for Melbourne.- 1 case, John .^Alian, .29, packages merchandise, Smith, Campbell and Co ; 7 cases drapery. Isaac Levy ; I .casej drapery, Lark and Bennett; 1 case merchan- dise, J.:G'm Cohen; 3 bales paper, J. Moore ; 1 casejmerchandise, Ray and Glaisterand Co; 10 nests ; tubs,.. H. H. Beauchamp ;' 10 cases and 4 "ladlesmerchandise, H. and J. Cooke;. 15 packages f-njách¡nery, Gilchrist and Alexander; 3 bales paper, 4 casks oil, 1 case clocks, 18 cases chairs, 130 nests tubs, 30 nests buckets, C nests boxes. 1 S'arcel'-'Emerald green, N. Guthridge; 1 pine earn,' 16 tons coals, 6 bales drapery, 8 casks flitch,1- 1" bale cotton tick, ll logs cedar, 4 casks . inséed-'oil,'Ui :cask plaster, 3 pieces China mat- ting, ^jM.iSáyers.

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SUPREME COURT. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 13 February 1851

SUPREME COURT. WEDNESDAY. Before Mr. Justice Dickiuson and Mr. Justice Tberry. INSOLVENCY 'JURISDICTION. Upon the motion of the Chief Commissioner, the court made orders in the following matters, viz.:- . >-?' .. .' ' . . 1 , v. IN RR RICHARD CULLEN. That the Insolvent's certificate he confirmed ; and IN RE JOHN GRAHAME AND CO. That an order made in this matter, confirming a plan of distribution, he rescinded, and that a new plans of .distribution be brought in. j.,....(> ', IN RE RICHARD PYKE. Mr.' Holroyd moved, under the rider to the Insolveritf'Aot; 7th Victoria, No. 19, for the grant to this'Insolvent of his certificate, to be .made for.th.jyji.th. ^t,The affidavits showed the consent of ithe^onlv^b creditors, and of the assignee, anil that? tito years had elapsed since the refusal bflthe^asfiapplication. The'Court made the order for the certificate, to be; granted on this day fortnight, unless cause shown to the contrary.

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 13 February 1851

' ; ,;' WÖ^CTJäD DEPARTURES. The 'Juliana and. Agricola, for London.; The Phoabej for ^Melbourne. The Louisa, for Adelaide. The Cadet and Colonist for Newcastle. The Norwhal, for the South Sea Fishery. The Brutus,for California. The Toroa; for Moreton BayAll this Day.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 13 February 1851

DREADFUL OCCURRENCE^ tho landlady of tlíé Blue" Postsi'last evening, ia conseouenoe of her sisterVnegleoting' the oft re- peated warning relative to fire" arms.' ;. Mt». Almond and her relatives had been sky-larking, when tho latter took a' pistol from .the mantel piece, and not knowing that it was loaded* directed its muzzle, towards the .sufferer, . put her finger on the trigger, and discharged it. The ball lodged in 'tho back, and but faint hopes are entertained of her recovery. i Too BAD.--Tho Geelong Intelligencer in (to us) a very unintelligible manner, complacently extracts Our series ot contributions,' entitled A Voyage to New Zealand," without' even aftording UB tho poor gratification of an. acknowledgment, or the perhaps poorer advantage of an Interchange of papers. Did . tho Intelligencer conclude that his narrow circulation would be a sufficient secu- rity against tho possibility ol'detection f " ' MAiiCOii's Omous.-Notwithstanding^ tho ' sad- den secession of ,Mr. Burto...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 13 February 1851

TH E E MPIRE, ; ÔAtLÏ .'JOURNAL Ol?, ÎÎI5WS, PÓLITIOS,! .. AND' 'COMMERCE, í * "Tr Published"every" 'Morning, tit.'6 tí'clock. ., 1 T(^|W'çf.'S^]bsçrip£|oo .-3éven;'ShillÍ4igfs and Six-X . ^^jiSfi)^' Quarter^ or Two'and Sixpence per. Monin, .payable in. advance. Sijj^le^Ñiim oers-^Three Halfpence. ]^m^^pa^-^r£yro 'Shillings and Sixpence loi, V ':tjlirf 'fiwj^^iL; .Nin'çpénee ' for every additional ' '''l9<4Ú'fó&éMli Insertion. !ÖPIRIONS ÖF THE VüESS. XXX\TÏÏ '«.re;gl&dfc°; be at liberty to admire the VV, -"tone and spirit of its arguments." .fydney'Monning itetald, Deo,. 31. " Ita .numerous leading .'articles are well anil rigorously Wñiten.',--Maitland Mercury, Jan. 1,; íhe original .articles are. well written,, and -«tte earnest of mubh'vigour."-Goulburn Herald,, .J»n. .4. " We congratulate-jonr contemporary on the .elevation of Bpntinienb' discernable' throughout Iiis, \^mkf\ài.nr^MeW>^rfù Argus; Jan 9. _v"»i'll, givjss'fair promise of speedily assum...

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CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 13 February 1851

. CLEARANCES. February. 12.-Roman Emperor, ship, 793 tons, Captain Champion, for Guam, in ballast. ' ' ; February 12.-Stratheden, barque, 429 tons, Captain Turner, for Manila. February 12.-Colon ist, barque, 271 tons, Cap- tain Barnes, for London via Newcastle. February 12.-Toroa, schooner, 58 tons, Cap- tain Sholl, for Moreton Bay. -'Passengers-Mr. H. M. Cockburn, Mr. and Mrs. Aitkenhend and three children, John Boulder, James Paterson.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 13 February 1851

SHIPPING; INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. February 12.-Glen Hantley, barque, /505 tons, Captain Paterson, from G reen ook, th» 13th Okto- ber. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Simpson, .Mr.-'í Charles Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. Sinclnir^uMr. . Donald McDonald.- . r -.^¿d kan ,*«¿Í. February 12.-Souvenir, schooner^ ^ft/ató^sc Captain Brown, from Moreton Bay,>_the ,g^nöl?i" i Passengers-Mr. and fcha^Bowen^M^ Mr.,and Mrs. Tapp and three chi|uren,;cMr. Jj...B.T); Smithers,.Mr. Johnstone, Mr. Kingsborough; 'ftnd' . fouristeerage passengers. ' ... ' ' ' , íebrnary'Í2Í-Cumberland, schooner, S8 LtoMsV' Capáin'^enrl^Vyborn, from'Mdfeloñ Bay'W' 8tfonsWitt.',i< Passengers-2 in the steerage;--"^' ^Ibf8arys;!i'2^Crishna, barque, 271 tons; Captain.Spence, from Manilla tho 9th'December. TB^jhhîéï^oVtidniotVher cargo is sugar. *Fe^WlSry 12V-iSpec, brig, 168 ton*, Captain Ffeer, îromi^au yau: the 24 th Jan nar v, and Arpise thè0'^?^- January. Passengers-Captain Cud worth, Mr. durwood, the chief officer and 7...

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INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 13 February 1851

INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. WEDNESDAT.'-John Smith Papps, of tho ship Harmony, Master . Mariner. Amount of debts, £1128 18B. 7d. Assets-Value of personal pro- perty, £51. Deficiency, £1079 18s. 7d. Mr. William Perry, official assignee. Henry Smeathman, of Bridge-street, Sydney, Clerk. Amount of debts, £200,18sv 7d. Asset*. Value of personal property, £74.10 s. Deficiency, £126 8s. 7d. Mr. George King, officiaraasigneo.

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TRANSPORTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 13 February 1851

1RANSPORTÁTION. ¡THE hulks were first adopted as a temporary., (expedient for overcoming a temporary difficulty ; they have been continued from that utter repugnance to change any- thing which is once established, however bad, characteristic of the ofticial routine of our government. With it, whatever it in, is right. Up to the middle of the last century, Eng- land had been in the habit of shipping off its crime to its American colonies, much as it has more recently done to Australia.:,. It was an original iden, that of the transportation sys- . tem-one of which our country has a right to be proud. It is thoroughly English ; for, notwithstanding oil the advantages which have accrued to us from it, no other nation ; in Europe has had the sense to follow the example which we have set. Evett the United States, with all their keeness, have missed the noble bequest from the parent country ; ut- terly forgetting how much this national insti tutton has tended to increase our virtues at hom...

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DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 13 February 1851

DOMESTIC. ? Abstráotof Auotlon Balts. .. THIS DAY. V Mr. 6. A. LLOTD.-At his roonu, at twelve o'clock, landed estate, Castlereagh-street. " Messrs. MORT AND BROWN.--At the. Circular Quay, at eleven o'clock, 237 bales wool, tallow, hides, and sheepskins. ... ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 13 February 1851

From the very imperfect state of the Glen Hnntley's manifestait is utterly impossible to give a correct copy until she has entered at the Cus- toms. The manifest does not contain more than one-half the cockets,a more imperfect one we have seldom Been. Tho Glen Huntley has been 122 duvs on .the passage, strong northerly winds com- pelled her to go round Van Diemen's Land. She reports a new iron ship "The Three Belles" load- ing in the Frith ot Clyde for Port Phillip and Sydney. The latter vessel is said to be one of the fastest crafts ye tbuilt. We have no further nows. The Souvenir's cargo consisis of 13,000 feet cedar, Taylor ; 6000 feet pine, 1000 staves, Mor- ris and Co ; 5 casks tallow,. 27 hides, 2 calfskins, 175 sheepskins, Smith ; 4 casks tallow, 20 bales wool.Montifiore, Graham & Co. ; ll bales wool.F. Clarke ; 5 bales wool, J. Graham and Co. The , Cumberland, schooner, left Moreton Bay tho same .day as the Souvenir . and the Mary Jane was to sail on the 8th instant ...

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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 13 February 1851

NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. Rodolph, American schooner, 123 tons, Captain Perry, sailed for Panania, on the 8th instant, with 100 tons coals, and 1 bale cotton manufactures. Rebecca Jane, brig, 215 tons, Captain Le Mes- surier, left for Adelaide, on the loth instant, with 288 tons coals, and 15 barrels fruit. George Home, ship, 440 tons, Captain M'Kin non, cleared out for Adelaide, on the same day ; she had 5G0 tons coals ou board. Her passengers \yere, Mr. G. H. Barlow, Mr. Th wai ts, Catherine Beulon and child, Mr. and Airs. Bradley and 2 children, Mr* and Mrs. Collins nnd child.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 13 February 1851

SYDKBT I-Printed' by BoBBttTiBi**^ Min Torfaatreett and PubUthed by Riv** Sot« Proprietor, at u Tnh EMM***- Qßrt Huntét-ttreet, in th»-ettycf.^dn^^rWt^i) Thursday, February 13, 1851.

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