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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 11 July 1850

ADVERTISEMENTS. SALE OF UNREDEEMED PLEDGES,; In compliance with the requirements of the Pawnbrolcer's Act. MESSRS. PICKERING AND LUCAS will sell by Auction at their Mart, King-street, on THURSDAY, THE 18th JULY, INST., the undermentioned Property, pledged with Mr. J. K. Heydon, Licensed Pawnbroker, 78, King-street, Sydney, on the dates speei *~~ Year 1849. Nov. 24, Watch, No 2350. '' Dec. 1, Watch, 8864 on case. - „ 10, Jacket, Dress, arid Petticoat. „ 11, Blue Frock Coat. ; ! / ' ,, 15, Counterpane. ' . „ 17, Frock Coat, Boj's Jacket, and Man's Irowsers. Lot of . Sundries. „ 18, Three Coats. ; : ' i, 20, Watch, 9837. , - : ?? .?;-.'?, „ 21, De lane Dress. ? ?-,. . .; ;: „ 26, Tweed Coat. . . „ 27, Geneva Watch. Year 1850. , ; Feb. 2, Two Dress pieces and a Shawl. „ 4, Hunter Watch, 14,266, and Silver Guard. Breastpin. ?-..? ShawL ??;?,.?-?'??'? . ?;???' '??' ?'? ? 5, Clock. Watch, 3840. Gold Spectacles. Double Truss. ' 6, Suit of Clothes. .„ 7, Pair of Boots. Suit of Clothes. Coat....

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PROPOSED ENCOURAGEMENT OF COLONIAL DISTILLATION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 11 July 1850

PROPOSED ENCOURAGEMENT OF COLONIAL DISTILLATION. Mr. Martin s Bill for the encouragement of Colonial Distillation, alluded to in our first issue, has met with as decided a rejection as we could have wished. A rejec tion on division by a majority of seventeen to five. To most men so palpable a hint would have been sufficient ? but it is not easy, it would seem, to convince this youug gentleman of the 'error of his ways.' What he has been unable to effect openly, he now seeks to bring about by a side wind. He is endeavoring, therefore, to initiate a Bill to encourage and increase the production of Colonial Spirits, by establishing a differential duty in their favor; that is; — by creating two scales of duty — a high rate for imported spirits, and a low one for the pernicious stuff produced from the Colonial Distilleries. Can it be possible that the honorable member for Cook and Westmoreland is so enamoured of distillation and of drunkenness, that he is bent upon establishing^ at all h...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 11 July 1850

IMPOUND INGS. Bathurst— June 29 : White bullock, F B off rnmp, KOoff ribs.. ..White bullock, red ears, like HP off rump, K O off ribs. iSajhoree, apparently 41 with RB over near shoulder, star and «n«p, hind feet white, four years old, flfteen and a half hands high, lied and white bullock, JM or N off rump, top off off ear. Red bullock, MS off ribs, top off both ears. Brindle heifer, JDS off ribs, EM off rump, top off off ear. Red and white cow, DD near rump, JxP off rump, off ear slit. White bullock, MM both sides. If not released they will bo aold on the 23rd July. R. Yeo. Us. 9d. Binnalong.— From the paddock of E. Beckham, E?q., Binan long. June 24 ; Bay horse, black points, switch tail, about four teen hands high, aged, branded H2 on near Bhoulder, like C or 2, in circle on neck off aides. If not claimed to be sold on the 10th July. T. Colter. 9s. Jerrt's Plains.— From Appletree Flat, for trespass. June 27 : Light red heifer, white back and belly, O under TD off ribs, illegi ble...

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IRISH ORPHAN GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 11 July 1850

IRISH ORPHAN GIRLS. " Where is my cabin door, fast by the wild woods ?   Sisters and Sire, did you weep for its fall ? Where is the mother that looked on my childhood ? And where is the bosom-friend dearer than all ?" A French writer says, " that man is born a tyrant, and that he seeks for the helpless and forlorn as victims for the exercise of his tyranny." We doubted, for a time, the correctness of this misanthrophic assertion, but from the unfeeling manner in which a portion of the Sydney and Melbourne press has treated the homeless Irish Orphans, we have been induced to think that there is some truth in the sarcastic observation of the French   philosopher.       Well may these helpless orphans exclaim in the pa thetic words of the Exile of Erin, when they hear of the ruthless and unmanly -attacks made on them by the 8ydney Morning Herald and Melbourne Argus. "Where is the mother that looked on my childhood ? And w...

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STATE OF SOCIETY IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 11 July 1850

STATE OF SOCIETY IN FRANCE. i The masterly, but terrible, exposition given by Count   De Montalembert in the National Assembly, as to the social (rather anti-social) condition of the great masses of the French people, is deserving of the most careful con sideration of statesmen and of every one who feels an interest in the social well-being of his fellow-men. We   recommend the attentive perusal of this masterly speech (a portion of which will be found underneath,) to the patrons and admirers of State Education unconnected with Religion.   THE DEBATE ON PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. SPEECH OF M. DE MONTALEMBERT.   M. De Montalembert — Gentlemen, the hon. member who pre ceocied me has reproached the law now before us with not saying all it means to say ; he has referred us to his Majesty the Emperor of all the Russias, to take from him some lessons of openness in his Ukases. I think this reproach unjust; but even though it were just, it will ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 11 July 1850

TO JOHN ROSE HOLDBN/ ESQ., J.P. ;-:/?' : . Sydney, 27th June 1850. SIR,— We, the undersigned citizens of Sydney, re quest that you will permit yourself to be put in nomination aa a candidate for the representation of this city in the Legislative ? Council* and in the event of your acceding to our request, we , promise to use our utmost exertions to ensure your return. ; We feel satisfied, from the upright manner in which you have hitherto performed your public duties in this community, that if re turned as one of our representative, you will exercise your influence ? and ability in promoting the interests of this colony at its present ' important crisis. : - We are* Sir, Your obedient servants, Daniel Cooper, Jun., M.L.C. Jeremiah Murphy Abram Brierley David Hill . \ R. Campbell, tertius Richard Hill Tom Ray L. Copeland Arthur!'. Holroyd Andrew M^Cullock William Spain . Edtyard Brpadhurot Phillip Bour.ko Thomas Smid more J. C. C. Boyd William Moffitt ! Geo. Robert Nichols, M.L.C, Ge...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 18 July 1850

TESTIMONIAL TO MR. JOHN PEARCE, INSPECTOR IN THE SYDNEY POLICE. Hip HE- following Subscriptions have been received ' . towards being presented to the above-mentioned Mr. Pearce, as a testimonial or reward, for the prompt and essential services rendered by him in the breaking up and prosecution to conviction of that notorious gang of swindlers, Greatrex and Co., late of Market-street, viz. : — £ s. d. Messrs. E. and D. M'Encroe - - - 2 0 0 Mr. A. Reynolds - - - -.-200 Messrs, Cooper, Brothers - - - 10 0 Smith, Croft, and Co. - -, - 10 0 Mort and Brown - -- -10 0 Kemp and Fairfax - - - - 1 0 0 Campbell and Co. - - - - 1 1 0 Brown and Co. - - - — -110 G. R. Nichols, Esq. - - - - I 1 0 Mr. Jeremiah Donovan - - - -110 R. M. Roboy « - - - - I 0 0 George Wilkie - - - ? - 1 1 0 J. Sea - - - - - - 1 0 0 J. D. Nichols - - - - - 1 0 0 A Merchant (D.) - - - - - 10 0 A Merchant (W.) - - - - 1 0 0 A. Waddell - - - - - I 0 0 Alexander Cameron - - - - 1 0 0 W. B. Allen - - - - - 1 0 0 Roger Murphy ...

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CITY ELECTION. TRISHMEN[?] ELECTORS OF SYDNEY!!! [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 18 July 1850

CITY ELECTION. TRTSWMEN! ELECTORS OF SYDNEY!!! THE day for the election of a Representative of your City approaches. A solemn and important trust devolves upon you, to choose tlie most fit, honest, and trustworthy man to guard your interests and those of your children, as a legislator, by making wise, equitable and just laws, by which you and they will be bound. It therefore behoves you carefully to judge of. the. fitness of each candidate, by taking a view of his past career— for men are very apt to go on as they have begun, especially when a rooted ?? egotism ' has become incurable by time and habit. I have thought it my duty to recall certain facts to your minds, having for a longer time than many of you, been an observer of the doings of men in this colony, amongst whom not the least re markable is the Rev. John Dunmore Lang, D.D., who has cut a figure in more than one hemisphere, and who now comes forward with a long manifesto or panegyric of himself f in which he urges reasons...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 18 July 1850

GOOD WHITE SHIRTS AT SMITH'S COLONIAL ^HIRT MANUFACTORY 37, PARK-STREET. TO Gentlemen who prefer having their Shirts made to measure or order, J. T. Smith respectfully solicits them to give their directions during the winter months, as the influx of orders in the spring and summer renders it almost impossible to pay that strict and individual attention to the demands of all his nnmeroua patrons that he really wishes to do: and from the com paratively tew good shirt bands to be met with, great delay is often caused, which is unavoidable, for the two reasons assigned J. T. S. suggests that his friends should now give their orders for what they are likely to require in tbe spring. A registry is kept of all measures and particulars ; therefore, for those gentlemen wfco have been previously supplied at his manufactory and reside in the country, it will be only necessary to transmit their wishes through the post-office, and every possible care and attention shall be paid to them. A large ...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 18 July 1850

DEPARTURES. July 11.- Enchantress, brig, 146 tons, Captain I'Anson, for Sourahaya, in ballast, July 12.— Dart, brig, 154 tons, Captain Inneu. for Melbourne, July 12. — Cadet, barque, 847 tons, Captain Ojiphant, for Ade laide via Newcastle. July 13.— George, barque, 414 tons, Captain Tregurtheu, for London. July 13.— Lillias, schooner, 89 tons, Captain Rea, for Geelong. July 14. — Swan, cutter, 31 tons,' Captain Taylor, for tbe South Sea Islands, in ballast. — -_.,,„ July 14.— H. MS. Havannah, 24 guns, Captain Erskine, for Auckland. July 15. — Beaver, schooner, 78 tons, Captain Cooper, for More ton Bay. July IS. — Asia, ship, 523 tons, Captain Roskell, for London. July 16. — Eictna, brig, 121 tons, Captain Fox, for Auckland. July 17. — Helen, schooner, 70 tons, Capt. Erdy, for Melbourne July 16. —Emma, brig, 139 tons, Capt. Pockley, for Hobart Tow

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A PAGE FROM THE "LIFE AND TIMES OF DANIEL O'CONNELL." [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 18 July 1850

A PAGE FROM THE 'LIFE AND TIMES OF DANIEL O'CONNELL.' [by pagan .1 ... The Catholic Association having resolved to petition | the House of Commons against the Bill which was in I progress for its suppression, requested Mr. O'Connell and I Mr. Shiel to attend the bar of the House, and prayed 1 that those gentlemen should be heard as counsel on be- I half of the body in whose proceedings- they had taken so I active a participation. They appeared to undertake the I office with some reluctance. It involved a great per- 1 sonal sacrifice on the part of Mr. O'Connell; and inde- I pendently. of any immediate loss in his profession, Mr- I Shiel could not fail to perceive that it would prejudice i him in some degree as a barrister to turn aside from the I beaten track of his profession in the pursuit of a bril- 1 Han't, but somewhat illusory object. It was, however, next to impossible so disobey the injunction of a whole people — they accepted this honorable trust. At the same time that coun...

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Shipping Intelligence, ARRIVALS. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 18 July 1850

^tupping JintcUignicf, ARRIVALS. July 11. — Indus, oarque, uaptain run, uouuu iur jjuuuuu, re turned to port. July ,1 1.— Scotia, schooner, 68 tons, Captain Todd, from Welling ton the 28th ultimo. July 12.— Berkshire, barque, 582 tons, Captain Whyte, from Nelson, the 27th June. July 13.— Mary Ann, barqne, 497 tons, Captain Darke, from Adelaide the 5th instant. July 13 — Sunnier, barque, 695 tons, Captain White, from the Downs, the 11th March, July 14.— Rio Packet, barque, 205 tons, Captain Shifeley, from Oporto the 2 1st March. July 16.— Bride, schooner, 65 tons, Captain Farmer, from Ciroular Head, the 12ch instant. July 16.— Champion, schooner, 54 tons, Captain Collas, from Moreron Bay, the 4th instant. July 17. — Eagle, steamer, 150 tons, Captain Allen, from i)/oreton Bay, the 10th instant.

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ROME. (Extract of a Letter from Rome, Feb. 24, 1850.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 18 July 1850

ROME. {Extract of a Letter from Rome, Feb. 24, 1850.) The departure of Dr. Cullen leaves a great void in several of the Ecclesiastical congregations, which cannot be easily filled up. It will be impossible to find a suc cessor gifted with the rare endowments which adorn his mind. All deeply and sincerely mourn the loss which they sustain, yet they are consoled with the anticipation of the great good which he will undoubtedly effect. His qualities are not merely those brilliant ones which capti vate, enchant, and chain our admiration for tli'e moment ; but those solid ones which silently win their way even to the centre of the heart, making antipathy yield to respept, confidence, and even love. Such is the Primate the Holy See sends the Irish na. tion, 1500 years ago it sent his apostolic predecessor, St. 1 atrick. With your pious and aealous hierarchy, having at their head such a man, it will be your own fault if you do not perform wonders, and majie Ireland once more the seat of le...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 18 July 1850

SYDNEY MARKETS. Wheat throughout the week has been scarce. Of imported there was none in the market, ^/idling to good has realized from 3s lOd to 4s Id per l-ushel. jtfaize still conmiuts very scarce, and has a.ol.d readily wholesale »t from 4s 3. d to 4s 5d per bushel. Barley for plaiting, of prime quality, is wort,h 3s 2d per 1b ; for a lot of Van Diemens Land for seed which is in the market 3s is asked. Flour is giver, by the millers at £10 10 for fine, £9 10s for seconds and £8 10s for ration, per 2000 lbs. Biscuit is, No. 1, (cabin) 17s and No. 2, (ship) 13s per cwt. Bran is in demand at 10-l I per bushel, wholesale. Potatoes, colonial, of the best quality, and of the late crop have sold at £4 per ton. Cattle for slaughter have sold at 35s to 50s per head, for good and weighty, but first-rate beast are scarce. Sheep have been selling at an average of 8s per head. Calves have been selling at from 13s to 15s per head. The butchers have been giving from 2£d to 3d per lb for pigs f...

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(From the Tablet, 9th March.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 18 July 1850

(From the Tablet, £)th March.) The long expected news has at last arrived -Dr. Cul len was consecrated Archbishop of the Primatial See of Armagh, on Sunday, the 2fth of Februarys-Cardinal Castrocane being the cqnsecrator. A Roman corres pondent has very kindly favored us with an elaborate ac* count of this function, We have heard from another source, that letters of a late date have been received , from Dr. Cullen himself, in which he announces his in tention of being in Liverpool on St. Patrick's Day, Within a fortnight, therefore, his Grace's arrival may be fairly expected, and from that moment — whenever he shall set his foot on Irish soil— we hope and trust that we may date the active, vigorous, and official commencement of whatever is necessary to be done towards founding a Catholic University in Ireland, by the combined prayers, labours, contributions, intellectual and sprit ual strength of whatever Catholicity is in the Empire, or has been, or can be induced to come into it. ...

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Bomestic Intelligence. DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. FRIDAY. Before the Chief Commissioner. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 18 July 1850

Bommt* EntcUtjjntre. DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. FRIDAY. Before the Chief Commissioner. Jn the estate of Patrick Hayes, a second meeting. Claims proved J. Rickards, 60/ 9s lOd ; Lark and Bennett, 78/ 11s lOd t William Dryoan, 187/ 17s 2d ; J. Thompson and Son. 45£ 13s 8d : Michael Holroyd,2lJ7s7d; S. D. Gordon, 71* 9s 2d ; James Entwistle, 511 15 ; A. Reynolds, 501 15s lid ; I. Levy, 52* 16s ; R. Rouse, 13/ 12s 4d ; and Dawson and Thompson, 124 0s 3d. The insolvent was examined at considerable length by some of the creditors, and by professional gentlemen on behalf of others, and the meeting was adjourned until to-morrow. TUESDAY. In the estate of James Calwell, an adjourned single meeting. Claims proved. T. M'Kenzie, Si I is, and W. G. Moore, 30/ 14s 2d. The meeting was adjourned until advices were received from Dublin relative to a set of bills given by the insolvent. WEDNESDAY. Before the Judges in Banco. Confirmation of Certificate.— On the motion of the Chief Commissioner,...

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THE GODLESS COLLEGES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 18 July 1850

THE GODLESS COLLEGES. It appears that some young gentlemen, wise in their own conceits, and full of their own opinions on the subject of these Colleges, and in direct opposition to their charity, and twice recorded condemnation by the Holy See, take upon themselves the very modest task of calling the Irish Bishops to account for promulgating arid enforcing the solemn decision of the Head of the Church in a question of such vital importance to the faith and morals of the Catholic youth of Ireland. In the following letter the estimable Bishop of Cloyne and Ross gives a genlje, but richly deserved castigation to one of these soi-disant Ca tholic champions of the Godless Colleges. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTHERN REPORTER. 1'ermoy, Sth March, 185U. Dear Sir — May I venture to hope you'll kindly allow me to trouble you with a hurried line in reference to those very marked strictures which, in your publication of last Tuesday evening, you were pleased to apply to my brief Pastoral to the R. ...

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TUESDAY, 16th JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 18 July 1850

TUESDAY, 16th JULY. Mr. Oakks presented a petition from a numerous body of the inhabitants of Parramatta, against the impost on newspapers. Received. ( Mr. Moor presented a petition from certain residents at faeelong, praying the re-enactment of the Lien on Wool Act. Received. Mr. Darvall presented a petition from Mr. Aaron, of Sydney, piaying compensation for certain expenses he was put to in repairs of his residence, through damages sustained by' the riot on the morningsof New Year's Day. Received. PRESBYTERIAN MARRIAGES. Mr. Donaldson asked the Attorney-General if it was the inten tion of the Government to introduce any measure relative to Marriages by Presbyterian Clergymen in this Colony. The attorn«iV-General replied that the subject was one to him of great anxiety. He had prepared a Bill which' was founded on the Registration Act which had been for many years in force in Van Diemens Land. But a great obstacle was encountered in this Colony in carrying out its provisions throu...

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COUNCIL PAPER. DENOMINATIONAL SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 18 July 1850

COUNCIL PAPER. DENOMINATIONAL SCHOOLS. Laid upon the Council Table by the Colonial Secretary, by command of his Excellency the Governor, and ordered, by the Council, to be printed, 25th June, 1850. Copy of a letter from the Chairman of the Denominational Board to the Colonial-Secretary. Denominational Board Office, Sydney, I7th June, 1850. Sir,- I have the honor to acknowledge your communication dated 4th instant, No. 50-61, requesting me to furnish, ?? for the purpose of being laid before the Legislative Council,' a ?? Report of the proceedings of the Denominational Board during the past jear, the present state of the arrangements by the Board for the proper re gulation of the schools, and the distribution of the sums voted, with what is proposed by the Board for next year.' 2. In compliance with this request, I beg to enclose an Annual Report, which will, I trust, convey the required information. I have, &c, C. D. R1DDELL, Chairman Denominational Board. The Hon. the Coloni...

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FRIDAY 12TH JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 18 July 1850

FRIDAY 12 rn JULY. A Petition was presented from John Moring, praying further en qu!ry into his case. Received. . Petitions were presented from the district of Geelong, praying the extension to this town of the provisions of the Melbourne Private Streets and Hackney Carriage Bills, and also for Increased Govern ment Expenditure on Public Works in that town. Received. A Petition was presented from Ulawara against the Postage oa Newspapers. A Petition was presented from Mr. Fisher, distiller, in favor ot a scale of Differential Duties on Colonial Distilled Spirits. A Message was brought from the Governor, transmitting a Bill for the Enclosure of tlie Road running through Hyde Park, known as the continuation of Macquarie-street. A Bill was brought down by Message from his Excellency for the Establishment of a Public Cemetery at Melbourne. The report of the Board appointed to enquire into the expediency of making Artesian wens in mis uoiony was iaiu uu me u»«iC. A Bill to prevent the Sa...

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