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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 17 February 1851

PORT PHILLIP. THE DANDENONG TRAGEDY.-William Hamilton Walsh was brought up on Tuesday, for further examination. Thomas M'Crae, sergeant in the Native Police Corps, deposed to being in his quarters at Dandenong on the night of the 14th of January last ; about half-past ten ho heard a discharge of firearms, and on running out to as- certain the occasion of the alarm saw Mr. Dana lying on the ground-wounded ; on going up to him, Mr. Dana exclaimed, "Oh Mue, I'm shot;" did not say who had wounded him ; the witnoss immediately procured assistance-cnrried Mr. Dana in doors, and laid him on a bed ; on undres- sing him it was at once seen that a musket or pistol ball had entered the side ; medical, assis- tance was instantly sent for ; witness saw tho prisoner sitting on horseback about seven feet from the spot where- Mr. Dana was lying ; saw nothing in tho prisoner's hand ; the prisoner and Mrs. Walsh had left the station early that day, and the witness did not see them return ; Mr. Dana t...

Publication Title: Empire
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Californian Extraots, [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 18 February 1851

Californian Extraota, ONE WAY, OP AOMINISTEMNQ . JUSTICE -IX CALiFonNÚ.-On Saturday night, during the fire, a gentleman mot a rufiiian in tho act of carrying away n box upou his shoulders. Upon enquiry as to where he obtained it, and what he was going to do with it, the fellow replied that the box was his own, and ho was going to save it. But it happened to be the propertyof the party who addressed him, and upon-refusing to'put it down, a knife-.was plunged into the tbiefywho was immediately taken away hy his accomplices, and nothing has been heard of him since. We ? .. . ? ..i., »Ill ? , IM! li .Sg^g^S, " .i III- * conceive this to be iratW » summary rtnjèdy, while at the same time we have no sympathies for these, miscreants who .embrace the occasion of a fire to rob ¡others of their property.-Evenijig Ficaynne, December 16. . ANOTHER LUMP.-We had the pleasure of see- , ing, on Thursday last, in this city, a lump of ture gold, weighing ten pounds three ounces. It elonged to a Frenc...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 18 February 1851

THE LYTTLETON TIMES.-We are in possession of the first two numbers of a new Journal, exceedingly -well got up, and cviden * cing very superior talent in its management, entitled, 4t The Lyttleton Times,'* and pub- lished as the organ of the new Canterbury settlers in New Zealand. The following passage from its first " Leader," description of the circumstances under which ouraccom plished contemporary comes into life, is full of interest almost romantic:-"In a populous and wealthy country.n newspaper is usually the organ and voice of some political or other section of the community, upon which it de- pends for support. The existence and im- portance of a class to whose opinions it pro poses to give utterance being ascertained, the success of a journal is scarcely problematical. The circumstances under which our journal was projected, are, however, widely different. It probably never before happened that a te&olution was formed to print' w»d publish a weekly journal upon'the s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 18 February 1851

'. Two masters, two mistresses, and paid ? monitors. t Inclusive of ^tho .Infant -Sohool. The slight numerical discrepancies in the above accounts must arise from their having..been taken at different times.

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OLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 18 February 1851

*"? . '. 'OlféAttAÑCES. February l¥.-The" Sit 'John Byng, brig,, 169 » tons, Captain Thom," for îî^wastle, in billast. J February 17--rThejEdward) whaling ««hooner, 88 tons, Captain John« TfüscotV for the South Sea Fisheries," with* whaling stores.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 18 February 1851

) * " A parish' in whioh there were many small / farms would-bffor a much more favourablp field. for a self-paying system of education, " .,? ;

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PROJECTS DEPARTURES.. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 18 February 1851

^vmtàtàittè iráfAR^traÉs. Cqloní^fpí,L>ndon'/.', , t , The'l&ftttíá, barque, for* Moreton Bay The Rhone» for the Soutli Seas The'Sir John By tig, for Newcastle -The Edward, .for- the, whaling grounds, this day. , Z.2.1.1J-1! ., .- .

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COASTERS INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 18 February 1851

., ;.'''ÓrtAsTERS .INWARDS. February - 17,-Cygnet, 30 tons, Lawrence, from Wollongong, ú/ith L bundle sheepskins, 85 sides sole,.leather,. 167,sides kip, 5000 feet cedar boards', i toil'bark, 10Q, bags, 114 bags barley; Fancy, ^3^, Brown, from lHorinabula, with 14 hales of. wool, 28 hides, 150 sheepskins, 8' casks .cheese, 3' tons potatoes ; Wave, 17, Lobb, from Shoalhaven, with.'» 14 tons potatoes, 150 fcushels >. ijcheftt^ . amU 8, kegs butter ; Bard's Legacy^ ,1, 28*, Bloxham, > J fruin Shoalhaven, with 2,| ,»;ttonp> . potatoes, £ ton ? fish, 4 tubs buttej^lQ-bags.. barley ; Echo, 22, Robinson, írom,Shoii|íha^en> with 14,4, bushels corn, 61 bags wheat, lß^oijs potatoes, Ilt bags onions, 7 kegs butter, Sloans honey/ 59 cheeses."

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Original Correspondence. AN ABLE ADVOCATE. To the Editor of The Empire. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 18 February 1851

Original Correspondence. , ; AN ABLE ADVOCATE. To the Editor^ of The Empire. SIR-I lind imagined that the epistles of Councillor Thomas were the choicest speci- mens of heroic illiteracy that Sydney could furnish, they were at once so admirable and so laughable. But I was mistaken. The first leader in the Advocate of Saturday last beats the worthy Councillor completely out of the field-and with his own weapons. I never saw a more delightful sample of Colonial literature than that article. It is exquisite : it deserves emblaming. But I must say thit if the People's Advocates, plead in thatstyle, alas for said " people !" For no cause» how- ever just, could sustain the weight'of such advocacy as the following :- , r MR. ALDERMAN DANIEL EGAN,'j.P:, Ao. This individual, whose'vagaries have created no little amnsetnenb'iir Sydney, has in a, most im- pertinent manner endeavoured to shift, the blame oft'of his own shoulders and transfer it to those of the Right Worshipful the Mayor. The co...

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COASTERS OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 18 February 1851

íh'tiOASTÉRS'. OUTWARDS. February" 17.-^Mary ¡Ä.nn4i; 58 .tons, Francis, friim Newcastle., :in' ',-.hjalíast¡j-KiMary,t.Ann, l8, GreenfieldiOfori'Ne^qas.tléi "{im-baUnst ;.; William, 21, jMaiçé,/fQ.r;.',^ »teamer/''i'27,'Múll.hálÍ, for Morpeth, with sun jlries, ,,,.. '. -,. ?<??

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ADELAIDE CATTLE EARKET. January 28, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 18 February 1851

ADELAIDE CATTLE EARKET. January 28, 1851. About 1,000 sheep wero brought in to-day, and they were all of inferior quality, taking the average, they did not realize more than 5s. per head. The number and quality of lambs were hardly woith naming. Two or three score were offered and a few sold at a nominal figure. Indeed, there was nothing at all worth notice.-South Australian Register, January 25.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 18 February 1851

Tho Oceanic haï had aJenglheried^áWgo of C-8 days from 'Manilla.' Bliecalled^bVejooy^neof the Lombock Inlands, for water ; she brought a ./beautiful^ Bpecihien-of the deer tribe¿fioni^that island,-also two more from Manilla. The Spa- niards were.fitting out am.expedition, consistíhg of ono fri^oio nnu three steamers^ with troops'jbr Sooloo, ¿noland "between tho Mindora una the X3trlobesiaJi,8P^P,oifiBoriieo. Tho attack intended on this islirhdjsto be'made in consequence ol' liront pjfttcjes,> v,"< . . - * , t. r^- r_ j i-1 u .I » I il. li «pilMl^ * "The Emms, barque, purchased by Captain, Devlin in San Francisco, arid now leaving for Moreton Bay, with Chinamen, has changed hands ; she having been purchased by Mr. Joel Joseph^ who intends running her in the Moreton Bay, trade. T ßhe is a smart vessel, aiU will doubtless do well, in the trade ; her accommodations ore superior. ¡THE Loss OF THR "BOUNTY HALL."-Weare obliged to Mr. Tt. W. Guillan, late chief officer of the ...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 18 February 1851

. .. DEPARTURES." . February 17.-Ann Mary, schooner, 51 Ion?, Captain G. Jackson, for Moretón Buy. Passen fers^JiVbii- Slep'hons/'iíehry Lawson';' William feaver, William Marsden.-1 '?' ?.* ? ./' '?'< ?.'*-..' '

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 18 February 1851

"'"Wo are authorised toi state-ctbat .partlurrin <-n»7v Adelaide aie willing to purchase. .wheaMto.ithe!I. >i*yn -extent of 30,000 bushels at 4s. per^tbuBhel of c" 'U 64 lbs. i . ' ' ti

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. Adelaide, January, 14, 1351. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 18 February 1851

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GRAIN itoFLOUB MARKET. - ,.,."*" ' ' ' Adelaide, January, 14, 1351 . I Wheat, 4s. to 4s. 6d. ; Flour (new)^ ~£1Q. Ma. i to £11.; Oats, 4s.; Bran, Is. 4d. ; Pollard, Is. ,44.'j English barley, 3s. pd. ; ,Cape, ditto, 13».Hl ou ' " , , ..i, r , I -.i, ,. ÍIPJ M '

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INSOLVENT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 18 February 1851

INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENT.-John Kennedy, formerly of the Glenmore Bond, near Sydney Licensed Vic- tualler, but now of Strawberry Hill, near Sydney, out of business. Amount of Debts, £723 13s. Id. Assets, Beal Property, £550: Personal Property, £20. Debts due to 'insolvent, £27 18s Id. De- ficiency, £126 4s. 2d. Mr. William Perry, Ollicial Assignee.

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DOMESTIC. Abstract of Auction Sales. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 18 February 1851

DOMESTIC. Abstract of Auction Sales.' ? THIS DAY. MR. G. A. LLOYD-At the City Mart, at 11 o'clock, Limejuice, Oilnians Stores, Sheathing, Copper, and Nails, 600 Bushels Maize,'at''12 o'clock, Small Leasehold. ' *T Tw ' MR. C. NEWTON-At his rooms, at 1Ï trcloiilcf J Oilman's Stores, Manila _ Whale Line, 1 Hylrpn-' skin Tea, Damaged Teas) Fine Grocers bugara Tea Preserves Nankeens, and Hats, Steam Mill, Ten Catty Boxes Hyson Tea. MESSRS. MORT AND BEOWN-At their rooms, at 11 o'clock, Sheep, Cottage at Paddington. MR. S. LYONS-At his Mart, at 11 o'clock, 20 Bales Wool, Cement, Beef in Tierces, Ale and Porter in Hogsheads, Blacking, Russell's Cook- ing Apparatus. MR. G. PICKERING-At Pyrmont, at 12 o'clock, 150 Perch of Ashlar, and a quantity of Flag- ging- _

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Before the Chief Commissioner. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 18 February 1851

Before the Chief Commissioner. In the Estate of Alois Lubecki; a single meet- ing. Debts to the amount of £134 7s lid, were proved, and the Creditors directed the Official Assignee to sell all the eifectB, except a bed, bed- ding, and table, and the wearing apparel of In- solvents wife and family. MEETINO'FOR TO-DAT. ¡In the Estate of Acton Sillitoe, an adjourned second meeting at 11. , .. . THURSDAY. In the Estate of Philip R. Holdsworth, Edward Walton, and Charles Appleton, for certificate at 12.

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ADELAIDE SHIPPING ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 18 February 1851

'¿-¿.ADELAIDE SHIPPING. .£'>'>'..;> i'^ARRÍVALP: : '..* L'/! ,/';' January 2G.--The trig Thomas nnfcfHejiry,^ 235 tons,1'Captain Bennett, from Sydney^January i3th. >f'v *. '. ,; VvJ.'^ January.^O.-The suhooner ,Vixbn,"^é'"Ws Captain íohñ M*JK.inlev, from Hobart'ToW\ i lfh January. ' ,. * t '^ ' January 31.--The .'schooner Antares, 131 tons, Captain HiiLfrora iHobart Towiurt.

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SHIP'S MAILS CLOSIHG AT THE POST OFFICE [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 18 February 1851

' "èmp&"MÀiiAtU , * J'CLOSIHG AT THE-.POST!OrriCK. Ban FMSBíscV^Thte John Tótter, thiá evening, at 6o'cloekir'* .?' « ' .-',.. .' London-*XSaïa'cià,.bri,g;'on"Saturdfly evening, at 6 o'clock»-/:,1.,* > "i ',«'?' - r'-'i - . . ' 1 lit- ' .- . f - , . !

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