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THE EMPIRE. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1851. COLONIAL LOYALTY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 13 February 1851
THE EMPIRE. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1851. COLONIAL LOYALTY. IP emotions of affection or fidelity can only be sounded in their depths, and the genuiness of these feelings only safely tested by hardship and adversity, then is the. loyalty ot England's Colonies not " above suspicion." Colonial virtue, not- withstanding all the fair things which have been written on our . sel£chastening endurance and our tenacious grasp of the parent's hand, is not exactly of that sort which meekly holds tho- oh eek to the smiter. Canada is not that tractable child, nor is the . slow-footed and quiet eyed Anglo-African an incarnation .of docility. And stern stuft" has been already manifested in the nature of the younger 'sons of the south. We Austra ^iaris, however comfortably the Herald ,'may talk of our happy looks of loyalty on a Regatta day,.soon begin to feel sour, when our tues get an extra pinch in English shoo leather. Nor is there anything un-English in this suscepti- bility of injury and injust...
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 13 February 1851
TÓ ADVERTISERS; ! All Advertisements must. have, the. riumfer of Insertions intended written légibly on thV manuscript, otherwise they will'be repeated'ißt! countermanded by, the Advertiser. , ' Advertisements cannot. he withdrawn afteV 4' o'clock, in the? afternoon j birt new, ones ^ilïjbH receiveditill 9. o'clock,, every eveniñg^byfor¥. publication. EMPIRE ' OFFICE, January-18.,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 13 February 1851
ÄbVERTISiBMENTS. "PARLOUR LIBRARY, ls. 6d. per Volume Jr Carleton's Black Prophet, Fardarougha, tho Miser, The Tithe-proctor, The Emigrants of Whadana, Howitt's Wood Leighton, Sands' Con- suelo, 2 vols., Griffin's Collegians, Tales of Miiir ister Festivals, Old Convents of Paris, Mrs. Hall's Marian, Schinderhamnes, Emilia Windham,,Two. Old Men's Tales, Provisions, of. Lady Evelyn, Tales of tho First French Revolution, Tales of. the Woods and Fields, Grattan^ Highways and Byeways, Olivia, The Parsonage, 2 vols., Family Pictures, Miss Austen's Emma, Tales and Sketches, Northangu Abbey, by Miss Austen, Persuasion, Father Connell) Sidonia, the Sorceress, 2, vols., Croliooro,of tho Bill-hook, Andrew, tho Savoyard, Tho Count of Monte Christo, 3 vols., Country. Stories, by Miss Mitford, Lamartine's Frenen Kovolntion, Irving's Sketch Book, Tales of a. J Traveller, by ditto, Castelneau, hy James Darnley, I Gvpsoy Mary, of Burgundy, Morley Einstein, The Robber and one in a Thousand, Lamartine...
AN INCIDENT IN CALIFORNIA; (From the Irish Exile, Jan, 25.) [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 13 February 1851
AN INCIDENT IN CALIFORNIA; . CFrom the Mfh Erik, 7«», 25.) Two men mounted,on vigorous bornes were crossing the desert plains which extend from the north of the encampment of St. Thomas (west of San Francisco.) Some baggage, enveloped in coarse wrappers, WHS affixed to the- cruppers of the horses by means of long leathern straps ; to the saddle bow were suspended, a.mattock, a lever, and a sieve. The cavaliers each, wore at his girdle a naked sword, and at least a brace bf pistols. They were two gbld-8eek'prs--an Englishman and a PernVian. ' The Peruvian; a child of chance and' fortune ; the Englishman, a scion of one of the most ancient families of Great Britain. These.two men, so different in their origin and their education, had met at Snit Fran- cisco, and a ' similar need of gold had united them in the siime enterprise.. . . . . The Peruvian, of an already advanced age, was thiele-set, choleric, arid robust. His ig *noble countenance bore the imprint of brutal ? and violent pas...
A LETTER TO THE REV. JAMES WALLACE, MORETON BAY. (Continuedfrom our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 13 February 1851
A LETTER TO THE REV. JAMES WALLACE, MORETON BAY. (Continuedfrom our last.) Tlie Church of England especially bears . the repronch that she reads to her congrega- tions the self controling power of the church --sea Acts *vf Yet» the .dare not practice what abe read», though lt be under the authority Tîf God, Sotar the ba« yielded up . her fights, and given up her power, to a tera- : . . pora] ruler ; and more, she further degrades.' 3 herself by uniting in a denominational con- federacy with that very church which she denounces in her articles, her homilies, &c, asic|>rmpt and antichristian, giving thereby the sanction bf* her authority, to the support and provocation of error, pronounced to be such ia her own standards of religion. In the midst of religious discordancy and rivalry, the State had but one alternative ^adhesion to .ope church, or repudiation of all j but ; by supporting and advancing Popery she has repudiated her own princi- ", . plesi, çjidangered her own e...
Police Office. Wednestlay, February 12. Before Alderman Egan, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 13 February 1851
Police Office. ' Wednestlay, February 12. Before Alderman Egan, J.P. Eight gay votaries of the Jolly God ranged up alongside the penance wall, and with down 'castlppk,. "grinned horribly" at the staid and immoveable phiz of the beak. "Fine or impri- sonment"-so said he-"no tin, to,'quod"-re rioii'ded they-and so it was. Excessive pleasures nav^evbr in' séquence theircorresponding un ¿aaiaessi .,!? :., .. , . V.íyáwü K»» '.i4v«-V-*','.'.;'.( ' i' RAPE.--Edwin Davis, of Union-street, m this . Cityj-ständs remanded till to-morrow (this -dny,) - on a charge of rape, alleged to, have been com- mitted on the body of an Irish Orphan, named Catherine Dunn. Mr. Robert Johnson prosecuted '.? on behalf of the Immigration Board, and Mr. Nichols defended the prisoner. FRAUDULENT INSOLVENCY.-According to pre- vious arrangement, the Police Magistrate was in. attendance in the second Court to proceed with the case of Stirling v. Hughes ; but no parties made their appearance ; 40 minutas leave was a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 13 February 1851
Ufht-Pay (Hooke, Larfe Accordéon», Olopk. Out, Cricket BaU, Balls, ev Stump», Cricket . Pioturee, Superior Cutlery. -?.?' ' ; JEX Guardian. . : ..i ur--J MR. S,-SOLOMONS wilt sell by auction," *t' his Rooms,'Hunter-street, - :'&lt;'-' K «VMI/J. T0-M0RRO\y, FRIDAY, February 14,- '! ^ . . At. ll,o'clock, '" Round Eight-day'dials, octagon ditto, clock gut. The Cambridge Cricketers, superior large accor- déons, Books for ditto, a superior assortment of Pen and i Sportsman's Knives, Scissors, .Clnp-r shaw's Cncket'Bats, Balls, und : Stumps, Youth!,a. ditto, French Braces, ditto Trowsersj.-Musipal Boxes, .Patent-lever-watch, Jewelled. ;in^eitrhij,, holes, Pencil Oases, «fee.; «fcc, «fee.:;"j,'..'!'..",'2§9T" Tenders for Clothing: and Beddb>g^for''tlie ' . Benevolent Society. , *_ . . ?? ?'ii .ibiifw ÏCi THE undermentioned articles being required'by! the Benevolent Society, persons^ Willing1'to' supply the same are requested to" forward'tenders with samples addressed to the Secr...
Before the Chief Commissioner. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 13 February 1851
Before the Chief Commissioner.i'./V,?Vl Tn the.estate of Mary Ann! Marshall, a Bpepijd raeetin"-. One 'claim proved, ' ambûn.tinjr u» £7 iii 2d. ?".;''!.;*T'.: MEETINGS FOB TO-ÍAT. . ./.;. In the estate of. Wmíaro¿C^ahpliji,^fe^oñ^ meeting, at eleven. ù> oj o^Jîf*; »«r * ..'..-,» In the estate of George^attriolj.^^CertífiQaté meeting, at twelve.' i v^töJanTiio»».'» iii- T-,/-. .'.?"?, ::. %i l?oalTorMOBB.bSf'.;f . a^,; ai.;-'»-''*: V In tho estate of, Johu^rdjj anr.j^ovr^^ corid meeting,;át eleven, usiira OTJWW o i
EMPIB(E)ICISMS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 13 February 1851
EMPIB(E)ICISMS. OUT ov His AVITS-Tn a recent article our Contem- porary asserted tha t tho people of Sydnny " carried their wits too lightly about them'" to bo bamboozled by some- body or other. Bid tho sprightly satiriBt really moan to insinuate that we all carry our " wits" in our breeches pockets? ' :r '. R.vrnEtt. PUN-GENT.-Councillor Thomas, In his .letter respecting tho . '.' Missing., documents," published^in yesterday's'TRESS," complains that Alderman-Egan, has commented on him in "no unmeasured term*-"¡ this expression,; being fathomed, means, we presume,... that the .astuto. Alderman hus actually taken Mr.' Thoma*' measure; which tho grave Coiiucillor fór;BrhV-fí i bane -ward had thought of undertaking to do for'jtho« Alderman some years ago.
Coroner's Court. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 13 February 1851
Coroner's Court. An Inquisition was held on Tuesday at Robert's Hotel, Balmain, on the body of a male child, aged five weeks, named Hewit. The evidence was &nbsp; of a nature to justify the finding of the Jury " Accidental Suffocation" Instances of this kind ought to be a severe warning to parents. An inquest was held yesterday afternoon, on the body of the child Jones, alluded to elsewhere ; when a verdict of accidental death by drowning was returned.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 13 February 1851
The following is the nature of the pro- posed compact for uniting, into one grand league, the whole of the Australian Colonies for the purpose of resisting the threatened infliction of Convictism. It is one of the important labours which have resulted from the late Conference in Melbourne : The League and Solemn Engagement of the Australian Colonies, (declared by the Dele- . gates in the Conference held at Melbourne. &nbsp; January, 1851. Whereas, in 1840, by an Order in Council, the practice of transporting convicts to New South ' Wales was abandoned by the Crown, and, whereas, by divers promises, the Government of Great Britain engaged not to send convicts from the United Kingdom to New South Wales, New Zea- ., land, Victoria, or King George's Sound. And, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; whereas, by an Act of the British Parliament, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; transportation to South Australia- was positively prohibited. And, whereas, Lieutenan...
News from the Interior. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 13 February 1851
News from the Interior. MOUNT GAMBIER.-THE CENSUS. The census bas been taken here a couple of days since, and a more imperfect affair'I never know. Instead of the Government's cranium being enriched with usual information, the shelves of the colonial office will be encumbered with a lot of trash. Just fancy two columns being set apart for Sex and Remarks, as if the biggest dolt in the colonial office could mistake the gender, for instance, of Andrew Mucklefoot, or Mary Primrose; and as for remarks, we are not living, thank Heaven, in a penal colony, that our identity should be so strictly looked after. To make room for " Sex " and " Remarks," two important items of statistical information-Religion and Education-have been omitted.-Communi- cated-Portland Guardian, January 27. BUSH FIRES.-The Grange was never in &nbsp; so fearfully burned a state, as it is just at the present season. The forest north of the Fitz Roy, is on fire in several places, and exten- sive patches have b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 February 1851
' STDNHY J-Printed &lt; by ROBERT BARR;: NO. > 124, . York-slrctt; andiFhtbliahedby HKNRYI KABKBS, Sola. Proprietor, at, Hm EMPIRE'* OJjtee, \ ', Iluntcr.-atreçt, in tho city pf Sydney, aforesaid, Friday, February 14, 1851. ' '
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 February 1851
TO ADVERTISERS* All Advertisements must have' the- number of Insertions intended written legibly ort' the manuscript, otherwise they will be-repeated till countermanded by tho Advertiser; 'Advertisements cannot bo withdrawn after -4 o'clock in tho afternoon; but new ohosViii be rocoived till 9 o'clock, every evening before . publication. EMPIRE OFFICE, January 18; .
News from the Interior. LACHLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 February 1851
News from the Interior. LACHLAN. "We hiïve been informed by a friend who bas just returned from the Lachlan, that the rain which fell in that quarter on Saturday week extended a considerable distance down the river, which is now running. The grass has sprung about three inches in height, but unless there is a further supply of moisture,; the present excessive heat must quickly burn' it up. Several deaths have occurred in con- sequence of disease superinduced by using the stagnant water of the river for cooking j purposes. I JO m en se numbers of dead cattle are scattered in every direction. One water hole contains upwards of a hundred head, I and another about seventy. The country 1 about Canowindra is in a miserable state from i scarcity of water and grass. Indeed, it isa misapplication of language to speak of a scarcity of grass, for there is none at all, the country presenting a miserable appearance. The only wonder is how sheep and cattle exi^t at all. About a fortnight ago an e...
CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 February 1851
CLEARANCES. February^ 13.-Eliza, ship, 912 tons, Captain Thomas Pain, for Madras. Pessengers-Mr. and Mrs. C. Hartley, and six children, Mr. Tl. Birrell, j Mr. Sibley, Mrs. Clan bon, W. Foster, J. Noble, I Thomas Griflith, James Geoffrey, J. Hanhie, A. j M'Gregor, W. Reid, J. Burge. j
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 February 1851
IMPORTS. February 13.- Glen Huntley, barque, 505 tons, from Greenock, 9 bales woollens and cottens, G cases iron beadstends, 3 bundles plougbs, 1 bundle sackholder, 1 bundle iron arrows, 18 bundles mills 8 boxes and 3 bales cottons and woollens, . 146 casks, 88 hogsheads of beer, 12 bales oanvass ; and twine, 1 box plated ware, 1 box thread, 1521 sawn battons, 1 box leather, 4 puncheons whiskey, 5 hogsheads, 23 .casks British spirits, 6'tierces black paint, 50 kegs white paint, r.20 jars painters oil, 1 tierce painters brushesi'ioé? cast- ings, 48 castings in bundles, 40 boxes'glue, 50 casks of soda, 50 casks soda ash, 450»bags Bait,-70 tons pig iron, 45 drums cod fish, 225 casks gun Eowder, 13 casks vinegar, 60 boxes ling fish, 20 ögsheads and 150 casks ale, Robert How and Hi'Oo.' j" 40Í bales of cordage, 15 boxes linens, .. 'Jamieson Orr and Co.; 1 box ironmongery, 15 ..'n*tdns,vl5i!cwt., 3 ors., 22 lbs. iron castings, 4 'uploughs, -v\ box ot plough mountings, 6 crates "i'cástniro...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 February 1851
* Archbishop Whnteley. Speech at tho Man- chester Athanusum, 1845. t Educational Tour through Europe. I While revising these sheets for the press, the following remarks of a follow-townsraan, a work- ing gardener, have mot my eye .. (To bc continual.)
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 February 1851
EXPORTS. ,, February 13.-Eliza, ship, 912r tons,- Captain Thomas Pain, for Madras, with 3 , horses,' Sir Charles Fitzroy ; 8 S horses, Richard Birrell; 1 horse and 21 casks bone dust, John Inches ; I ¡ horse, Edgar Beckham ; 1 hprse, John Stewart; 4 horses, Mark Dixson ; 12 cases 21 casks mutton hains, Lyall Scott and Co.