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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 February 1851
COASTERS INWARDS. February 13^-Dove, 13, Vallack, from Slioal , , haven, with 12 tons potatoes ; Esther, 54, Robin- son, from Nowcastlo, with 75 tons coals j Eagle, 2G, Tyrrell, from Newcastle, with 1200 bushels grain, and 1 ton potatoes ; Sister, 44, lloscott, irom Nowcastlo, with 58 tons coals ; "Warlock, 43, Gibson, from Nowcastlo, with 05 tons coals ; Coquette, 72, Elliott, from Nowcastlo, with 75 tons coals ; Midas, Ronnie, from Nowcastlo, with 40 tons coals;'James «nd A melin, 33, Dearing, from.-Newcastle, with 40 tons &lt; epala j > Tamar, steamer, 130, Paine, from Morpeth, with SP ¡bales wool, 40 trusses hay, 284 bushels wheats 0Q bushels mafee, Jß bags flour, 31 bags potatoes; 29 ¡ calves, 25 pigs, 40 bags beans, 2. horses,,, 50 sheep. ;V>fTl,
TRADES' ARTICLES. No. IV—THE SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 February 1851
TRADES' ARTICLES. No. IV.-TUE SMITH. BY ALFRED PYKE. THE'Smith is the Hercules of handicrafts- j men-the strongest expression of muscular I power-the smelter anil worker of iron ; and, thus, the founder of civilization. A country without iron implements is barbarous, anil in proportion to its management and use, are refinement and comfort advanced in the world. Strange that the black, brawny Smith of heavy name, should be thc first humanizer of savage earth. All the other trades await the opening of his workshop. The carpenter, the mason, the tailor, the shoemaker-they who house and clothemen-and the marvellous crowd .of artizans who daily work the globe's perfection, are powerless till the Smith raises his strong arm and strikes-then the keen cut of ingenuity, and the tremendous blow of might-the tamers and framers of the world, r have sway : there are chisel, plane, and ham I mer-there are knife and shears : there is everything that can subdue the rough, un- hewn earth, and mould ...
COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 February 1851
ii; COASTERS OUTWARDS. ./ February 13. - Coquette, schooner, 72 tons, Elliott,-for Newcastle, in ballast; james and Amelia, 33, Dearing, for Newcastle, in ballast ; Vidas, 2G, Rennie, for Newcastle, in ballast ; Al- bion, 84, Kelly, for Wide Bay, with sundries; Vision, 43, M'Crae, for Newcastle, with sundries ; Warlock, 43, Gibson, for Newcastle, in ballast; Mary Ann, 52, Cums, for the Tweed River, in - ballast ;: Sister, 45, Hescott, for Newcastle, in bal- last ; Emma, 22, Mortan, for Shoalhaven River, in ballast, and with sundries j Prosperous, 17, Roberts, for Morpeth, with sundries; Bride, 19, Shake8haft, for the Hawkesbury River, with sun- dries; Thistle, steamer, 127,,Mulhall, for Mor- peth, with sundries.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 February 1851
NOW RE A DY A GENERALMAV OF THE COLONY OF tX NEW SOUTH "WALES, extending from Broad Sound in latitude 22° South to Bass Straits, including: the whole Surveyed Territory to the limits of South Australia, as divided into Counties, hy the Surveyor-General and his De- partment. v I Size of the Map 3 feet x 2 J feet. Price.Tin'-- two sheets uncoloured 7s. Gi., un- coloured, in case or coloured and joined without a case 9s. öd;^ on rollers coloured 12s. 6d., or in pase and coloured Ils. * Published by Authority by W. E. PIDDINGTON, Bookseller. 485, George-street, Sydney, ? 12th February, 1851. , 274 SAUGES. ~ '"À NCHOVY, Harvey, Beefsteak. Reading, __Y_ Union, Worcester, Tomata, King of Onde, John' Bull, Royal, Davis, Mushroom and Walnut Ketchup, Indian Soy, Chetney. S. PEEK AND CO., 272 importers and Dealers,
Coroner's Court. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 February 1851
Coroner's Court. An Inquest waa licld at the Benovolent Asylum, touching tho death of William Began, an aged pauper, who left tho Institution, last week, for the purpose of proceeding to tho intorior. Getting drunk prior to leaving town, he foll oif his con- veyance in Parramatta-street, and the wheel of tho dray passing over his body aiid thigh, it was found necessary to ro-convcy him to his old quar- ters, whoro, tinder tho caro of tho résidons, Sur- geon, ho lingered till yesterday morning, when he ceased to bo. A vordict of died from injuries, nccidently received, was returned. TUB TRÏÏB MJWIOP,--Tbl» morning I picked » globo of tbo dandelion, tito .soed vessol and was Btruck »8 never before with the silent gentle man-' ner in which nature BOWS hop seed broad .--* bow tbo gossamer wing of the dandelion, seed scatters it fur and wide; how it falls as by accident end Bends/, up the plant where no-one suspects. So-we mnst send truth abroad not forcing it on here and there a mind, n...
SHIP'S MAILS Closing at the Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 February 1851
SHIP'S MAILS ^ Closing at tho Post Office. For London via, Ceylon-Eliza, this evening, at six o'olock. For San Francisco-John Potter, this evening, at six o'clock. I For Manilla-Stratheden, this evening, at six o'clock., , j For Calcutta-Roman Emperor, this evening, at i six o'clock.
THE GOLDEN HARP. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 February 1851
THE GOLDEN HARP. . The Danube to the Severn gave The darkon'd heart that beat no more ; They laid him by the pleasant shore, And in the hearing of the wave. There twice a-day the Severn fills, Tho salt sea-water passes by, And hushes half the babbling Wye And makes a silence in the hills. Tho Wye is hnsh'd nor mov'd along ; And hnsh'd my deepest grief of all, When fill'd with tears that cannot fall, I brim with sorrow drowning song. The tido flows down, tho wave again Is vocal in its wooded walls; My deeper anguish also falls, And 1 can speak a little then. I Tho pnth by which wc twain did go, j Which led by tracts that ploas'd us well, j I Thro' four sweet years aroso and fell, "From ilower to flower, from snow to snow ; j And wo with singing cheor'd tho way, ' And crown'd with all the season lent, From April on to April went, And glad at heart from May to May ; ^ But where tho path we walk'd bo^an I To slant tho fifth autumnal slope, I As we descended following Hope, I There sat t...
THE EMPIRE. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1851. THE SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 February 1851
THE EMPIRE. _ FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 18ßl. THE SCHOOL OF ARTS. SOME of our readers who move in the humbler walks of life may require to be informed that there is an institution established in Pitt-street, under the some- what inappropriate designation of thc " Mechanics' School of Arts," for we do not think the fact is generally known among the working classes of our community. The amount of annual subscription to this institution is sixteen shillings, a trifle less than fourpence per week. For this small expenditure, the mechanics and labourers of this city might all possess the advantages of an extensive library, con- taining some of the iiuest works in the language, and might secure to themselves the privilege of attending a series of lectures on elementary branches of gene- ral science and philosophy, besides daily access to a reading room tolerably sup- plied .with English magazines and news- papers. These are the chief provisions of the institution, at present, for its members; ...
TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 February 1851
TO SUBSCRIBERS;, ? It; isí requested; that; any irregularity in the dclivery of Tna,EMPIRE will, be reported, at tho 'office. m Either the Weekly or the Daily isBua- of- Tna EMPIRE will bo forwarded to. reBidentsdn. tb¿.. In- ferior, on the receipt of tho amount of subscription . in Postage Stamps.,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 February 1851
ADVERTISEMENTS. PARLOUR LIBRARY, ls. Gd. por Volume Carleton's Black Prophet, Pardarougha, tho .Miser, Tho Tithe Proctor, Tho Emigrants of Ahadarra, Howitt's Wood Leighton, Sand's "Consuelo, 2 vols., Griffin's Collegians, Tales of Munster Festivals, Old Convents of Paris, Mrs. .Hall's Marian, Schindorhanne3, Emilia Windham, Two Old Men's Talos, Previsions of Lady Evelyn, :Talos of tho First French Revolution, Tales of the Woods and Fields, Grattan's Highways and Byéways, Olivia, The Parsonage, 2 vols., Family ' Pictures, Miss Austen's Emma, Tales and Sketches, Northanger Abbey, by Miss Austen, Persuasion, 'Father Connell, Sidonia, the Sorceress, 2 vols., Crohooro of the Bill-hook, Andrew, the Savoyard, Tho Count of Monto Christo, 3 vols., Country Stories, by Miss Mitford, Lamartine's French Revolution, Irving's Sketoh Book, Tales of a Traveller, by ditto ; Castelneau, by James ; Darn- ley, Gypsoy, Mary of Burgundy, Morloy Ernstein, The' ßobhor, Ono in a 'l'housand, Lamartino's Momoi...
A LETTER TO THE REV, JAMES WALLAGE, MORETON BAY, (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 February 1851
* A LETTER *TQ THE HÉV, JÀMRS WA^AG^WIiBTON BAY, ' . BY'RICfiÁRD SADLEIR, R,Nf ; .(Çqn_çludcd.) To this end, ¡ami to remove one grand Bpple ; .of discord, all state support sliould cease, all : distinctive "privileges 'should be dorie away; with-the state ahoulil jake the edueationjof ; ' ther people ¿ri itselI' placing ' education orí \ à; |8Împ)e,8c|ipturàl basis,' teaching neither ,t*o- ! jiery _»or.';j Episcopacy,,, Preishyie.rianisin, nor ...l^Je^a^iipQ,:\tnoVpny. otjier isms,! '.h\)t ,Ghr^|ianity.: . A .Christian .state I ought to have |a christian people, .anil this i should be therefore the highest, aim of the: Government, assured that out of this virtue ; and moral excellency .will take root in the land; i ? but now the .state seeks refuge from the . Denominational out-cry by the ^proscription ; of Christian teaching. But'to *revbliiiiimize ? is no easy task ; it needs a Luther, H Knox &c. to effect this '; surety, however, we can see , a spirit stirring, and hear a...
THE WORKING CLASSES OF GREAT BRITAIN. CHAP. VI— THE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 February 1851
THE WORKING- CLASSES OF GREAT BRITAIN. Their present condition, and the means of their Improvement and Elevation. A Prize Essay-, By the Rev. Samuel G. Green, A.B. CnAP. VI.-THE SCHOOL. EDUCATIONAL discussions liavo of late been aa fre- : quent and as fierce as theological controversies. Three great questions have been mainly debated ; , first, shall tho working classes bo instructed at. all? then, to what extent shall this instruction bo carried? and by what agency shall it bo im- parted ? Of those questions the first is now settled. All parties havo agreed that the poor must be educa- ted. Former opponents of this conclusion can only now endeavour to monopolize and to debaso ! tho instruction which they cannot provent. Tlie character and extent of tho education to he given is a point far moro difficult to decide. Most persons, perhaps, would oven yet demur, wero I to recommend for artizans and ploughmen a liberal course of instruction. School committees and worthy philanthropists ...
Police Office; [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 February 1851
Polioe Office; Before Joshua Frey Josephson, Esq. J. P., James Sheen Dowling, Esq., P.M., and Mr. Alderman Brown, J.P. ADAM AND EVE.-Patrick O'Neil, and Mary .M'Gravy, were severally Bent to gaol for seven days j having been found indecently exposing their persons at the Market Wharf, about " two . o'clock in the morning." It is difficult to account for the extraordinary leniency displayed by the Bench upon this occasion. 2, 2, I.-William Carney and Margaret Brown, for a conjoint assault upon Robert Elliot, were fined one shilling and costs, their Worships allow- ing the defendants three days to scrape together ] , the necessary coin. ', MAN AND WIFE.--James Kelly appeared on . : .summons, to answer the complaint of Mary his wife for desertion. Tho husband'denied tho de , sertion, but admitted himself in fault, and attri- buted bis blamable conduct to the effects of intem- perance. Upon a promise of amendment, an ad ; journment of one week was ordered. BREACH OP CONTRACT.-Mr. Melros...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 February 1851
THE EMPIRE, ÖATfcY "JOURNAL OÍ? NEWS,: POLITICS, i; AND COMMERCE, ; ,Is'Ppblishcd every ?Morning, at 'fi o'clock. ? Term's, of Subscription i-Seyen S|úllíug3 and.Six pénW.per Qna.rtßr,, Qr;,Tw>-.áud Sixpence .per Mijrftli, payable in advance. . ; Single Numbers-Three Halfpence. ^dvértiseinentsrrT^o. èldl.linga and . Sixpence toi tho'first,' and Ninepence tor every additional Inch/for, each Insertion.. . ¡ 'ÔPINÏONS Off THE PRESS. . TTTE.aró glad to he at liberty to admire the : VV tone and spirit of its arguments." Sydney Morning..Herald, Deo. -31. " Its numerous leading-articles aro well and, "vigorously- \vn\itQTi."-Maitland Mercury, Jan. Í. " Tho original article's are well written,' and five earnest of much vigour."- Goulburn Herald, an. 4.. ; . . . ; : . ,We congratulate our 'contemporary on the elevation of sentiment discernable throughout his remarks."-Melbourne Argus, Jan 9. . " It gives fair promise of speedily assuming a high rank among the Sydney Journals."-Port Philli...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 February 1851
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. DEPARTURES. Februaryr 13.-Cade!,barque, 347 tons, Capt. Oliphant, tor Newcastle, in ballast. "February- 13.-Narwhal, barque, 381 tons, Baker, for the South Sea Fisheries, with whaling stores. . February 13.-Phobe, schooner, 19 tons, Cap- tain J. H. Nickson, for Melbourne. Passengers Mr.-Martin Davis, Mr. Thomas Pearce, Mr. John Samuels.
DOMESTIC. Abstract of Auction Sales. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 February 1851
DOMESTIC. Abstract of Auction Sales. THIS DAY. MR. S. SotoMAN-At his rooms, at ll o'clock, Eight Day Clocks, Accordéons, Clock Gut, Crioket Bats, Balls, and Stumps, Pictures, Superior Cutlery. ^ .. .? MR. J. ATKINSON-At his stores, Circular Quay, at half-past ll o'olock, Wool, Sheepskins, Hides, Beef. MK. E. SALAMON-At his rooms, at ll o'clock, Assorted Jams. : , MR. J. G. COIIEN-At his rooms, at ll o'clock, Sheet' GlasB, Window Glass. ,C ?? :' MR. G. A. LLOYD-At tho City Marg it ll o'clock, Fancy Goods. MRSSRS. MORT AND BROWN-Attheirrooms, at ll o'clock, at half-past 10 o'clock, Earthenware, China, Porous Water Bottles, at ll o'clock, Shop and Cottage, 4600 sheep, and Balblair Station, Houso and Cottage, the Glendiven Etsate.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 14 February 1851
TnB Pic Nie.-Yesterday, Mr. George Hill's long talked of Pete came off at , Vaucleuse. -The town was almost consequently .dcsoVted,. public offices partially closed, and, busiriess^at, ft.stand still. At an early'hour in tbe 'forë^p^Qe^vinous wharves presented a scone ofgreatjOTy^^^ as no less than 2,000. mrwns7^^pr^^t^ti>e grounds of Vandeuse. exhibited' of lifo and excitement. , The 'Bandot th& l 1th enlivened the festivities of tho...Green , Bppth^aud the City Band under the " great Hudson?, (noTre lation to the Railway King) sent its, grateful strains along the groves, whilst merry feet " beat time upon the sward. His Excellency tho Gover- nor with the members ot* bis family were present ; so was Captain Innis, and so was not the Reverend Dr. Lang. At the close of tbe entertainments three cheers wore somewhat feebly given for tho Governor, three cheers for Mr. Wentworth, three cheers for the Citizen Mayor, and at the suggest- ion of a well primed member of the body co...