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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 17 February 1851

EXPORTS. February 15.-Emma, brig, 139 tons, Captain R. F. Pockley, for Hobart Town-72 bags sugar, part of original cargo; 16. eases cigars,. Willis, Merry and Col ; G cases cigars, F. M. Stokes ; 1 case stationery, Rank of Australia ; 1 box lacqwird ware, S. Wilkinson, jun. ; 40 tierces beef, R. Campbell ; 1 case woollens, Watkins and , Dean ; 1 case toys, 0. J. Cranoh ; 2 cases bats, .-Thomas Hopkins ; 1 trunk apparel, Thomas .Buckland. irs i ni-in .

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COASTERS INWARDS.. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 17 February 1851

IM hi COASTERS INWARDS.. February 15.-Frederick Griffiths, 54 tons, Cowan, from tho Clarence River, with 96 holes wool ; Champion, 52, Benand, from the Clarence River, with 84 bales wool, 1 cask tallow, 22 hides ; Sylph, 23, Larey, from Brisbane Water, with 76ÖO feet sawn stuff, 10,600 shingles} Ann, 10, Anderson,. from Pitt Water, with 200 bushels shells, 12 bags onions; Hawkesbury LOBS, 14, Davis, from tho Hawkesbury River, with 400 bushels sholls j Jenny Lind, 33, Farnsworth, from Newcastle, with 45 tons coals j Australia, 45, Williams, from Newcastle, with 70 tons couls; Thistle, steamer, 127,' Mullhall, from Mor Seth, with 63 bales wool, 7 kegs tobacco, 75 bags our, 109 bags bran, 54 bags potatoes, 13 bags onions, 70( trusses hay, 350 uushols wheat, 15 higa and sundries.

Publication Title: Empire
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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 17 February 1851

COASTERS OUTWARDS. February If».-Ann, ;10, Anderson, for Pitt I Water, iu ballast, Hawkesbury Lass, 14, Davis; for the Richmond Uiver, in ballast; Banger, 49, Jo]mson7f(/r tBo Richmond River, with sundries; William and James, 75, «ea, for the Richmond River,in ballast; Diligence, 30, Kerr* for Shoal- haven, with sundries ; Eagle, 24, Tyrell, forNew castle, with 16 bales ¡wool, 1 ton flour and sun- dries ; Rose,^tearoer, 172, Harding, for. Morpeth, with sundries/V';,,, , - . , '

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GEMS FROM SCHELM, THE SOWER [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 17 February 1851

GEMS FROM SCHELM, J. THE SOWER: THOU,; s'trewest. o'er Earth's bosom, O Man ! the - golden seed?, Where blossoms droop and die, while, as jet, tho vales are vernal :. "Why fallest thou tosow;in the «oil of Time'those deeds ! Of,goodness" and of beauty whose fruits shall , bloom eternal ! T2.. HEAD AND HEART. ' Thy thoughts/thy mind, belong to all mankind ; ,ThyTieiwt, 'thy .feelinijs, to thyself alone ; Thea wouldst thou make the Deity thine own, ; Enshrine binirather in thy. heart than mind. Í. TRUE GREATNESS, (OH ST. PETER'S, AT * ' ROME:) , ,Thou.tbinkest;that. thou losest ?Thvself amid; its greatness :-Go. spectator ! .And; learn.that if thou chooseBt, ' i Thou mayeot become immeasurably greater. i , 4. THE FAIREST. SIDE. I ' Hast thou never seen 'Beauty's bright.eye beaihing . . Through the tears pf'sadness ? [ Hast thou never seen tov^ely feá'turesi gleaming .* Tn the.glow of gladness? Beauty never-hast thou seen aright- ] Gladness never in its roseate' ligbt. i 5; ANTICIPATIO...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 17 February 1851

» ¡ DEPARTURES. H I February 15. - Eoman Emperor, ship, 793 "Aon«*' Captain Champion, for Guam, in ballast. ^ (February 15.-Juliana, barque, 366 tons/Cap "tàin^Rawe, for London. jFebruury 15. - Agricola, barque, 565 . tons, Captain John Bell, for London. Passengers Mr. "Whittle, Mr. Dickinson, Mr. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Aymott, Dr. Thomson, Mr. and Mrs. Andrews and child, Mr. and Mrs. Garlands and child. February 15.-Emma, brig, 139 tons, Cap- tain Pockley, for Hobart Town. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. It. Tooth, child and servant, Miss Foster, Mr. George Allen, Miss Allen, Miss L. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Buesley, Mr. Wood, Mr. Boor, Mrs. M'Marrer, Mr. Thompson, Mr. H. Andrews, Mr. Smith, Miss White. February 16-Tiberias, barque, 299 tons, Cap- tain Brown, for Newcastle, in ballast. February 16.-Eliza, ship, 912 tons, Captain Thomas Pain, for Madras. Pessengera-Mr. and Mrs. C. Hartley, and BÍX children, Mr. R. Birrell, Mr. Sibley, Mrs. Clanbon, W. Foster, J. Noble, Thomas Griffith, James Geoff...

Publication Title: Empire
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 17 February 1851

SHIPPING mTELLiOEWCE. ARRIVED. February 16.-Comet, schooner, 92 tons, Capt. Robert Cork, from Port Lyttleton, on the 26th January) und Nelson, the 6th inst. Passengers, Mr. Wilkie" and Master Frederick William Merry, in ' ballast.

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DOMESTIC. Abstract of Auotion Sales. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 17 February 1851

DOMESTIC. Abstract of Auotion Sales. THIS DAY. Mit. R. FAWCETT, at Mr. Donald's Buildings Redfern, at eleven o'clock, Household Furni- ture, «feo. Mn. E. SALAMON, at the late résidence of Mr, Nathan, nt eleven ot clock,. Household Furni- ture, Grant Pianoforte . ty Broadwood ; Pheeton¿ Horse and Harness, China, Glass, &o. .. MR. J. G. ConEN, at his rooms, at eleven o'clock, FFF Gunpowder, 37 packages Glassware. : MR. J. SIMMONS, at his mart, Market-street, at eleven o'clock,. Port Wine, Cigars,; Lemon Syrup, Vinegar, Sugar, Blue, Raisins, Windsor Soap, Lucifers, Walnuts, Florence OiL ./»".'-' MESSRS. MORT AND BROWN, at their rooms, at eleven o'clock, Ring Fillettingjt,,Card8, -&e. ; Machinery for Tweed Factory» .Jnithe Insol- vent estate of R. Bubb, Cottage and i Land] at O'Connell Town, Allotments i.at,,;Ro8o> Bay and Goulburn. At half-past .eleven -.o'clock, Boot9^ . . and Shoes ; at twelve o'olook,[.Dressed'Kanga-" ' roo Skins. . . ... .. " J-,.-., ;\hrr,^-\ .....

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 17 February 1851

SAVING'S BANK, PORT PniWiip.-Amount nt thc credit of 775 depositors, including interest on deposit's at 4 per cent., £24,387; amount at the credit of 39 intestate estates £1043. Goolong branch-Amount at the credit of 8'J depositors, including interest as above, £2717. Portland branch--Amount at the credit of 8 depositors, including interestas above, £511. Belfast branch Amount at the credit of 17 depositors, interest as above, £647. Gross profit of the Bank, £1296; charges .for the year £371; net profit £925, whereof the sum of £733 has been appropriated to the allowance of interest to the . depositors ; remainder of net profit1 carried, to credit of rest fund, £191 ; amount previously at credit of rest fund £906 ; amount lent .on 22 ^mortgages £13,550; interest due thereon £271 , amount lent on land and emigra- tion debentures £10,000 ; interest due thereon £249; premium paid on debentures £180; deduct .proportion for expired £43 ; cash in Bank of Australasia,- £2,842 ; in thô Unio...

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NEW ZEALAND. {WE copy the followins statement of the Retail Market in the New Canterbury Settlement from the Lyttleton Times, of 18th January] [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 17 February 1851

. NEW ZEALAND. [WE copy ;!tht5-'followins: statement of the Retail íMarketíü in the New Canterbury Set- tlement frqmhthe.tLyttleton Times, of 18th January,^ aohdqi^ a mt í&% oí vit ÜIU: ,.? <, I)TTXLÈtgNl1MABKE5&-^llETAlÎ< PRICES. ?¡Fiíst'flpurriabs.ope* cwt. ¡"bread,' per 2lb. loaf,; 7d. jjbeef,, 5d.(per.ll?j¿,{mutton, 5d. per lb. ; pork;' 5d. pár lb'î ifowlsî,pç^pair; .3s. ;.. ducks, per- pair,. 4s.'Vff'e^%u1tter, 03. Od. per lb. ; salt butter, ls. 3d; per lb.*;' potatoes, £6 per ton ; eggs, 2s, per dozen; cheese,1 Now Zealand, ls. 4d. per lb.; maize, 53. Gd..per bushel; nie, 2s. 8d. per gallon ; ham* and bacon, 7d. per lb.; firewood, per load, £iy sawn timber, 18s. to 20s. per 100 feet.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 17 February 1851

The Cressy, for India^ wàè^foleaVé^ârVïiyttle ton, on tho 27th January. ' There had been no arrivals at Nelson, and no further news. The Colonists, for Newcastle, was at anchor in Watson's Bay. The Santipore, from Now Zealand, and the Phantom, from Adelaide, were off the Heads last evening", but stood out to sea in consequence of the severe gale from the southward. The Phan- tom stood away to the eastward, as the Comet was entering the Heads.

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SHIP'S MAILS. CLOSING AT THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 17 February 1851

SHIP'S MAILS ,.".. CLOSING AT TIIE POST OFFICE. San FrancísccH-The John Potter, ^ahut( the John Calving this evening, at 6. o'clop^. j*" (,. Manila-The.*Stratheden,,",this!^'^evéning, at 6 o'clock. ': .!: . ->"'..*.'. ¿''1 . ¡. «.i;vtii limn nn d'r

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CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 17 February 1851

CLEARANCES. February 15.-Bhone, barque, 522 tons, Capt. Dennis, for the whaling grounds, with stores. February 15.-Ann Mary, schooner, 51 tons, Captain G. Jackson, for Moreton Bay. Passen fers-John Stephens, Henry Lawson, William teaver, William Marsden.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 17 February 1851

ADVERTISEMENTS. SHIRTS, SHIRTS, SHIRTS, Well cut, well made, and of good materials, at Smith's Colonial Shirt. Manufactory, 37, Park-street. SHIRTS made .at the above Manufactory com- bine tho chief modern structural improve- ments, which consist in the arrangement of the parts on the neck and shoulders, so ns to secure an easy and perfect fall of the front on the wearer, and fitting equally well without a waistcoat. The flattering success which has followed the untired exertions of J. T. S. to meet the wants and wishes of his numerous patrons, has stimulated him to-render the best article for the prico that it is possible to produce, which at all times may be depended upon for wear, and aro superior in every . respect to any imported to this colony. A general assortment of shirts kept ready made, consisting of small men's, middle size ditto, and men's, large men's, and outsized ditto, extra length shirts Superior regatta and yacht shirts, Scotch twill and bush ditto Boys' and youth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 17 February 1851

A R B P 0 B-T B R '-) for' tho . f Empire," Xi.- ' All applications to he made by letter;-1 Feb. 17thv185l; ' r ; . c >¿ ¡ THIS EVENING, FEBM7.: ! '; CREAT ATTRACTION ! ! : , . . ----<,. ,;.,< ui b'ibiioi dr.« CHANGE OF AMUSEMENTS"^ L iUi-f ed.» 'io t-l'-u* AV THE c7 ; . , t ,f V ROYAL AUSÎRMËAN\ZÎ ... CIRCUS^ S MALCOLM'S ADELPHI HOTEL; YORK-'l STREET. The evening's Entertainments will commence with an Act of Horsemanship, (for the first time here) entitled THE FLYING ZEPHYR, BY MASTER BIRD. To-be immediately followed by a Comic Act of Horsemanship, entitled THE WATERMAN'S, DELIGHT By MR. WILLIAMS. Clown to this Act, Mn. JONES. After Which. MR. JAMES will introduce the much admired Pony, TIPPOO SALB, showing his .astonishing feats. To be ' succeeded by a much admired Act of . Equestrianism, entitled TUE MAN OF INTELLECT, By. MR. JONES, in ..which he will pourtray.six different characters. (An interval of fifteen minutes J PART~SE CO ND Will commence with Mr....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 17 February 1851

THE EMPIRE, . ;! .DAILY JOURNAL OF . NEWS, POLITICS,! 1 ', AND COMMERCE, ! Is-Published every Morning i dt '-6 o'clock. ; Terms 6f Subscription :-^Seven Shillings and Six-¡ Ïence per Quarter, or Two and Sixpence"' per' fonth, payablei:in;atlvance. 1 i Singlo .Numbers-Three Halfpence. , Advertisements-Two Shillings and Sixpence ioi the first, and Ninepence for every additional Inch, for each Insertion. OPINIONS OP THE PRESS. X f Tlf TE ure glad to be at liberty to admire the VV tone and spirit of its arguments."-. , Sydney Morning Herald, Dee. 31. ." Its. numerous leading articles-are well and vigorously written."-Maitland Mercury, Jan. 1. '" The original articles are well written, and give;earnest of much vigour."- Goulburn Herald,1 . Jan. 4. j "We congratulate our contemporary on the elevation, of sentiment discernable throughout his ' remarks'."-Melbourne Argus, Jail 9. ? ." 'lb gives fair promise of speedily assuming a. ihigh rank among the Sydney Journals."-Port, ? phillip Gazet...

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A VISIT TO NEW ZEALAND. CHAP. IV— ONCE MORE UPON THE WATERS." [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 17 February 1851

CHAP. IV.-"ONCE MOUE UPON THE >\ WATERS." .; ? WHILST we were lying lazily in the harbour under daily expectation of'sailing for New Zealand, we witnessed a curious phase in the history of modern Emigration. In the 8pacé of three weeks no Jess than five large ship's, of from 600 to 1000'tons en- tered 'Porï^Philiip; brim-ful of emigrants. So rapid, indeed;,had^heeh.tlie''a¡''rivals tor some time past tííat tlie'Immigration ;. li.iard had bden obliged tojjsjie^directions for the emigrant,ship8,,to,goJn future lo Geelong the Melbourne market being overstocked with labour. One of the ships brought out 300 Scotch girls, principally from Glasgow. These charming creatures were transfered, on the day of their arrival, from the ship to a lighter, ' to be conveyed to the depot for immigrant females, but the lighter would not contain them, and one of the steamers was hired to take "the balance" on board, and tow the lighter up the river at the same time. It was .a cheering and an interesti...

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INSOLVENT COURT. MEETING FOR TO-DAY. Before the Chief Commissioner. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 17 February 1851

INSOI^NT;lÇ'OpR^'.';!n,S'l MEETING FOR Tö-DAT. Before the Chief Commissioner^ In tho Estate of Alois Lubecki-À single meeting at half-past 10. To-Moimow. In the Estate of Acton Sillitoc, an adjourned second meeting at ll. "Í THURSDAY. .'" In the Estate of Philip H. Holdsworth, certifi- cate, meeting at 12. , In tho Estate of Edward Walton, for certificate at 12. In the Estate of Charles Walton, for certificate at 12. EniDAT. In tho Estate of Charles Alexander Armytage, a single meeting at ll. In the Estate of Michael Moran, a single meet- ing at half-past ll.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 17 February 1851

COLONIAL PRODUCE.-The following colonial producá has been received coastwise sin co last publication s-Grain, 77 bags, from -Morpeth ; 1200 bushels, from Newcastle.-Wheat, 3450 bushels, from Newcastle \\100 bags from Kiama ; 30 bags, from Ulladulla ; 1 ton and 75 bags from tlie Moruya ; 785 bogs, from Wollongong, WTtàfàW'lmtftiMBtt from Shoalhaven; 1850 h08hel«fîrrom! Morpeth ; 800 bushels, from Shell Harbpuri: in all, 1 ton, 6150 bushels, and 995 bags. /.''Maize, 204 bushels, from Newcastle ; 300 bushels-from the Moruya ; 373 bushels, from Morpeth ; 100 bushels, from Shoalhaven ; in ali, 977 oushels. Barley, 570 bushels, from New- castle; 327 bushels, from Morpeth; 50 hagstrom Kiama.-Flour, 121 bags, from Morpeth.-Bran, 213 bags, from Morpeth.-Hay, 315 trusses, from Morpeth ; 17 trusses, from YVbllonjrong.-Pota- toes,^ tons, from Newcastle ; 69 bags, from Mor Î>eth ; 90 bags, from Kinma ; 30 ton«, from Brou eo ; 270 bags, from Wollongong j 4 tons from Shell Harbour ; 118 tons, f...

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Original Correspondence. CHOLERA. To the Editor of The Empire. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 17 February 1851

Original Correspondence. CHOLERA. To the Editor of The Empire. Sir—It is by no means a pleasant or a thankful     office to foretell evil ; nevertheless, it is generally a duty which, however disagreeable, -=none ought to shrink from performing, if, by so doing, mea- sures preventive, or at least mitigatory may be induced. Much has, of late, been said and written res- pecting that fearful pestilence, the Cholera, and the public attention has been, at last, aroused to some sense of the probable danger of its appear- ance. Still, no overt steps in the matter have, as yet, been taken by any of our authorities, and many persons still appear incredulous on the subject. "Shall we have the Cholera here, Doctor ?" is a     question yet occasionally put to me, and still I answer somewhat quakerly—"Why not?"   In October, 1848, in a lecture delivered at the Sohool of Arts, I first directed attention to the necessity of adopting ...

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THE EMPIRE. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1851. NEW CONSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 17 February 1851

THE EMPIRE. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1851. NEW CONSTITUTION. A PUBLIC meeting was held at Geelong on the 4th instant, for the purpose of determining what steps should be taken with respect to the pending enforcement of the New Constitution. Thet. inatter seems to have been gone into with¡sá good deal of spirit, and with an enlightened' sensibility to the probable chances 'of miscarriage if such important subjects as the division of the electoral districts, the fixing of the franchise, and the distribu- tion of members, be left wholly and unadvisedly to the wisdom and mercy of our present Legislative Council. A series of resolutions embodying the Objects of the meeting was adopted, of which the substance is as follows :-1st. A vote of thanks to her Majesty's ministers, for hav- ing granted the prayer of the Victorians on the question of separation; 2nd. An expression of apprehension that the power of determining the electoral districts, &c, as vested in the Governor and Legislati...

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