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No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 21 February 1851
EJMB MEBTfKO,""We learn from the Maitland Mercury tlmt on Thursday, the j/Hl» instant, a publie meettogrsimjlar to tho one lately hehl in ¡Sydney, took place at Maitland, The speeches were .replete with expressions of indignation at the conduct _of Sir William Denison, and deep sympathy with the case of the unfortunate exiles. The following petition, which was carried unani- mously, embraces in à concise manner the sub- stance of the resolutions which were passed : That the following petition to her Majesty tho Queen, praying that a pardon may be granted to the Irish state prisoners, be adopted : " To Her Most Gracious Majesty the Queen " The humble petition of the inhabitants of Mait- land, in the colony of New South Wales. "MOST HUMBLY SHEWETH-That your Ma- jesty's petitioners beg leave to approach your Majesty with the unfeigned expression of their devoted loyalty and attachment to your Majesty's person and government. " That your Majesty's petitioners crave permis- sion to repre...
DOMEBTIC. Abstract or Auction Sales, THIS DAY, [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 21 February 1851
DOMEBTIÇ,.. AbrtrftOt or Auction (Safes, THIS DAY, MB. B, FAWCETT, at his rooms, at rll o'clock, Drapery Goods, Damaged Beel Cottons. MR. J. H. ATKINSON, at his stores, at the Circular Quay, at half-past ll o'clock, 217 Bales Wool, Sheepskins, 20 Hides, and 16 Casks Prime Beef. . MR. G. A. LLOYD, at the City Mart, at ll o'clook, Damaged Grindery, Lead Piping, Iron Gun Barrell, Pewter Pipe, Garden Engines' Brass Patent.'Counter Beer Engines, Plumbers* Tools, &c. MR. J. G. COHEN, at his rooms, at ll o'clock, 79 Crates, Earthenware and China. , MR. C. NEWTON, at his rooms, at ll o'clock, Boots and Shoes ; at 12 o'clock, 8 cases Saddlery. . MR. E. SALAMON, at his rooms, George-street, at 11 o'clock, 50 casks Whiting. MESSRS. MORT AND BROWN, af their rooms, at ll o'clock, 6 cases Saddlery. MR. STEWART, at the Cattle Market,: at 11 o'clock, 9 Colts, four year's Old.
INSOLVENT COURT. THURSDAY. Before the Chief Commissioner. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 21 February 1851
INSOLVENT COUBT. THURSDAY.' " '"' Before the Chief Commissionëi*; In the Estate of Phillip Ki ' Holdsworth, no opposition being offered, the insolvent's certificata was grunted. ' r !'!r^., - ' ' In the Estate of Edward Walton, the insolvent's certificate was suspended forfour'mqntbs^oVthe ground of his not haying''kepi'proftéf^Wot account. ',. 1 '' . '.".",!,,.f ' In the Estate of Charles Sutherland! ,'thV in- solvent's application for his certificate, was opposed by Mr, Wright, on behalf of one of the Creditors, and the meeting' was adjourned until Monday next, for the production of certain letters.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 21 February 1851
Mortals, tell mo what great treasure Aro ye journeying forth to find, ' Spurning peoeo¿ hope, health, and leisure, Friends, companions, dear and kind Î" i Dotty tbevPÍce of duty warn you, : , Or thé' struggle for the right ? i Will bright chaplets aye adorn you , Coronals of joy and light? Is the place by Time made holy, Consecrated unto fame ? ; There, do earth's august and lowly, * 7" Minglo without strife or shame ? Hath Oppression's iron finger, ; Scathed this wild and distant land ; O'er the'plains and fields now linger, Dire Destruction's vengeful band? Go ye forth to fight forHory, / . On true Freedom's' h'dllow'd ground, Earn a name in patriot story, With a quenchless halo'crowned? Or in search of homes new-founded, Go ye forth,-fair haunts of love ; Where the soul with hope unbounded, Through Arcadian scenes may rove ? Will ye meet with sweets and flowers, Or a path of rugged toil ! Roam in Fancy's skiey bowers, Or become gaunt Hunger's spoil ? Hark ! from out yon desolatio...
OUR POETICAL CONTRIBUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 21 February 1851
OUR POETICAL CONTRIBUTIONS. SINCE the advent of our first publication we have had our share of " poetry/' heroic and lyrical, didactic and satirical-rolling in upon us in overflowing " streams," and flashing upon us in insufferable " beams," -sprinkling us with " showers," and smothering us with "flowers." We have been somewhat puzzled as to how we should dispose of the abundant stock of fancies in our hands ; our space is too limited, and our feelings in the matter are too tender, to allow us to deal with them, so as to satisfy our editorial conscience. But a happy idea has occurred to us,;-we will give these " beauties" to our respectable contemporary, the Herald, to make up his monster sheet on a Saturday ! ¡, From the mass of productions lying in the corner of our little unfurnished room, -for such, gentle reader, if tho truth must be told, is "our office"-we select the following verses to grace our own columns. The rest will be duly forwarded as ambro- sia to the Hippopotamus !...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 21 February 1851
ADVERTISEMENTS. Notlo© to Mariners. WANTED, for the Southern Whale Fishery Company's barque, " FANCY,",, J. Stove, Commander, as under, viz. : One Carpenter Six able Seamen ',,&lt;:. Four ordinary Seamen, young men ; native: youths will be preferred. Apply at the Wharf. 233 E. TOWNS. FANCY BEUSHWAEE,-A superior. assort- ment of cloth, hat, crumb, hair, nail, tooth, and shaving brushes. HENRY PARKES, Hunter-street. AEASOL FURNITURE,-Ivory and Bone Hooks, plain and fancy sticks, handles, rings, «fcc., HENRY PARKES, _Hunter-street. \ TlylÁRKET RETICULES and Fancy ditto J.YJï a large assortment. HENRY PARKES, Hunter-street. LATE PENCILS, various kinds. HENRY PARKES, Huntor-streot. ACCORDEONS and other Instruments. HENRY PARKES, ""Hunter-street. COWVAN'S STROPS,-A small parcel of these cejebrated and unequalled 'mm* Strops, just opened, HENRY PARKES, Hunter-street, TTTRITING- DESKS,-Russia leather Ne Plus IV Ultra, rosewood and mahogany, plain and brass strapped ditto. HENRY PARK...
THE SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 21 February 1851
THE SCHOOL OF AETS. WE are very desirous that this Institu- tion-Sydney's single scientific society, should he rescued from the miserably in- ¡ efficient condition into which it has fallen, and made, what it was designed to be, a lever to elevate the working classes of this city, and an agent in forwarding the ad- vancement of the colony in literature and science. We desire to see other " arts" than the arts of doing nothing, attempt- ing nothing, accomplishing nothing, and the art of throwing cold water on every really practical^ suggestion, cultivated in this "School." The grant from govern- ment, we would remind the Committee, is designed for the people's benefit; and it is something worse than mere mono- poly-it is positive dishonesty-if the money is not expended so as that end may at but attained. We know that it is easy to cry out for the fiftieth time, " O, we are doing our best. The people are so apathetic. It isn't our fault. " Of course not. Old women will be garru- lous a...
Police Office. Thursday, 20th February. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 21 February 1851
Police Office. Thursday, 20th February. Before tho Right Worshipful tho Mayor, and James Sheon Dowling, Esq. P. M\ ¡ Tho ordinary muster of lushingtons having been polished, off without a singlo dissentient voice to.tho plea of guilty-anon iollowed adjudi- cation on those whoso crimes are deemed of greater magnitude-tho drunken ««rf disorderly the details of tho most important of which aro subjoined. A RUDE LoTnAnto.-Thomas M'Oluckoy was, at ll o'clock last night, discovered committing a gross indecency on Wednesday evening, in York street. Constablo William Woods, consequently apprehended him, and a penalty of 10s. was ioflic teil in default, fortyreiglif. hours confineront,,,»" tho house of correction,. The prisoner Jinnfîçd,up a written contract to the bench, whereby itappeared that M'Cluckcy was nuder engagement to 'sai[ for Moreton Bay, per steamer, advertised to leave this evening-Mr. Dowling alluded to this fact, as having partially influenced him in.imposing so slight a pena...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 21 February 1851
; THE EMPIRE, DAILY JOURNAL OF NEWS, rÓLITICS, AND COMMERCE, ¡ '?' Ia Published every Morning, at 6 o^lock. j Terms of Subscription :~Seven Shillings and Six- ' .ponce per Quarter, or Two and Sixpence per; Month, payable in advance. , j Single Numbers-Three Halfpence. ¡ Advertisements-Two Shillings and Sixpence'îoi ' the.first, and Ninepence for every'additional Inch, for each Insertion. For California. CALLING Al' HONOLULU. É^rpHE splendid fust-sailing Al T^l barque, ARTEMISIA, 558 (ImL *ons résister» John P. Ridley, s=ül8 This fine vessel offers a favour- able opportunity to parties proceeding to the Gold Regions, having superiors accommodation for cabin, intermediate, and steerage passengers. Has only room for a few tons-light freight,. and will sail the 17th February. A few berths only dis .ng°ged, apply t ?'?&lt;? ?? R. TOWNS ; or, to . 260 GILCHRIST &. ALEXANDER. For San. Francisoo. (TO BAIL FROM , NEWCASTLE ABOUT 20Tn.)l ' jl^-p-. rjl H E fine American barque ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 21 February 1851
PATTERNS FOR OUR ASPIRANTS TO MUNCIPA.II AND LEGISLATIVE DISTINCTIONS. (We copy the following Advertisements from the Sacramento Transcript of December the 6th.): CANDIDATES. We are requested to announce J. R. HAR DENBURGH, as a candidate for the Mayoralty. d3 «3a Tho friends of Mr. Joseph H. NEVETT, present bis name to the whig convention as a candidate for the office of Mayor at the ensuing election. deo6 2t* JOSEPH GRANT is a candidate for tho Mayoralty, at the ensuing election. d5 tf ffg" A. M. WINN is a candidate for Mayor of this city-subject to a Democratic nomination. n29 tf , Vf. . i^- The friends of R. D. MERRILL will "sup- port him for the Mayoralty of this city-subjeot to the Whig Convention. im, !4V n30 tf i^}" We are authorized to announce HORACE SMITH as a candidate to fill the vacancy in the Mayorality of Sacramento; City, caused by the decease of the Hon. Hardin Bigelow. . -^itSOtf The friends of WESLEY MERRITT will support him for the office of the Mayoralty of thi...
A DIALOGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 21 February 1851
A DIALOGUE. AMONG the very interesting dialogues which took place in Dr. Lang's case on Tuesday, the following, in honor to Mr. Icely, is deserving of record : Re-examined by Mr. Martin : You are a non-eleotive Member of Council, are you not? Iain. You remember the case of Dr. Lang just re- ferred to ? I do. Did Dr. Lang say anything on the occasion ? Yes. Ho addressed the Council at great length. Were there many Members of Council present besides yourself? Yes ; a great many ! How many ? Twelve ! ! ! . * * * . * . What is tho meaning of this ?-" And as tho ship and her cargo realised so much more than covered the claims of these creditors, to whom, in equity and justice, did the surplus belong ? Witness declines answering the question ?" I think it means that I had done something of which I ought to be ashamed. Does it mean nothing more ? I cannot say. What do you give as its meaning in the infor- mation ? It means simply that Iliad the power to pay the creditors and that I had poc...
SUPREME COURT. THURSDAY. Before the Chief Justice and Mr. Justice Dickinson. IN RE SAMUEL TERRY HUGHES. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 21 February 1851
SUPREME COURT. THURSDAY. Before the Chief Justice and Mr. Justice &nbsp; Dickinson. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; IN RE SAMUEL TERRY HUGHES. The arguments in this case were continued this morning. The Solicitor-General, Mr. Foster, and Mr. Broadhurst, who appeared for McEvoy, the creditor, argued in substance that he was justified in relying upon the insolvent's representations as to his expected fortune, and that the insolvent had duly acknowledged the correctness of his accounts; &nbsp; that the insolvent had, by his conduct through- out, disentitled himself to equitable relief, the rule being that those who seek equity must do equity, whereas the insolvent, instead of offering to pay any portion even of the claim, had, by the issues raised by him in the action at law, repu- diated the whole of it ; that the ratification given by the insolvent upon his coming of age was &nbsp; binding at law, having been given voluntarily and &nbsp; w...
Coroner's Court. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 21 February 1851
Coroner's Court. An Inquisition was held at Mr. Driver's Tavern, in Elizabeth-street, by John Ryan Bre- nan, Esq., the Coroner for the district, on the body of the poor man John Brennan, who had fallen the previously from a scaffold near the Circular Quay. Mr. Charles Nathan, one of the Imfirmary surgeons, explained that a displacement of one of the bones of the skull had been produced by the violence of the fall, and that that, together with other injuries received at the same time had caused death. Verdict accordingly.
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 22 February 1851
TO ADVERTISERS. All Advertisements must have the number oi Insertions intended written legibly o» manuscript, otherwise they will be repcateu u» countermanded by the Advertiser.« Advertisements cannot ho withdrawn after 4 o'clock in the afternoon ; but new ones i¡ received till 0 o'olock, every ' evening wore publication. ' " ' EMriRE OFFICE, January l8. * '
LINES SUGGESTED BY THE UNFURLING OF THE LEAGUE BANNER. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 22 February 1851
LINES SUGGESTED BY THE ' UNFURLING OF TUG LEAGUE BANNER. Seo! liberty's bright stars o'er all the land Are rising-and the azure flag unfurl'd; Their light the darkness of dishonor's brand Dispels-their radiance illumes the world. Conquer in this !-not unto thee alone. The vision spake, imperial Constantine ! For o very lip, und every heart will own The lesson hallow'd by the sacred sign. Confiding then in him who bore the cross, 1 j Let us proceed to cheek th' advance of Bhame, And bravo all evils rather than the loss Of all that man holds dear-an honest name. Conquer in this-let all tho voice obey, Unite in freedom's cause both heart and hand, And may our children bless the joyful day When liberty's bright stars rose o'er the land. W.A. Port Phillip Gazette, Feb. 13.
INSOLVENT COURT, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 22 February 1851
INSOLVENT COURT, FRIDAY, I NEW INSOLVENT.-William Dettmer, of Jamie son-htreèt, Sidney; amount of debts, £410; assets personal property, £6 ; debts due to estate, £2 Gs. Mr. William Perry official assignee. -A Before the Chief Commissioner. _ , In the estate of Charles A. Armytage, a single meeting. Deb's to the amount of £238 ISs. 4d. were proved, and the insolvent wns examined at considerable lenuth hy Mr. Robert Johnson, on behalf of a creditor. The meeting was adjourned to the 4th March next. In the estate of Michael Moran, a single meet- ing. One debt proved to the amount of £7 9s. 2d. There were no further proceedings, the insolvent not appearing. MEETINGS MONDAY. Acton Sillitoe, an adjourned second meeting at 11. Charles Appleton, an adjourned meeting for certificate at 1. . THURSDAY. &lt; ' ^ John Smith Papps, a single meeting at 11. ! " FRIDAY. David Griffiths' Jones, an adjourned second meeting at li.
THE AUSTRALIAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY— [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 22 February 1851
TnE AUSTRALIAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY.- | Our contemporary the Freeman's Journal is, we believe, in error in imputing to this Society the abortive attempt to send home a selection of Aus- tralian products to the great Industrial Exhibi- tion. If we mistake it is not the Horticu. taral and not to the Australian Society to which the dis- grace of the failure, if any such exists must be attributed. We are the more ready to make this correction, as we believe the labours of the latter society, ever since its establishment have been extremely creditable, and are calculated to ac- celerate both our commercial and scientific pro- gress as a colony, but more particularly on^ac ! count of their present laudable endeavours to ! originate an Australian Industrial Exhibition, I analogous to the great National one at Home. BOAT ACCIDENT.-Mr. Stanley and Boy were returning home the evening before hist, in his boat to Kissing Point, when off Cockatoo Island, his boat'filled and went over. The Boye ...
POETRY FOR THE PEOPLE. JOHN LITTLEJOHN. [Newspaper Article] — Empire — 22 February 1851
POETRY FOR'ITHE PEOPLE. J0UN LITTLEJOHN. John Littlejohn was staunch and strong, ' Upright and downright, scorning wron"- ; He gave good weight, and paid his way, He thought for himself, and he said his say. Whenevor a rasoal strove to pass, Instead of silver, money of brass, Ho took his hammer, and said, with a frown, " The coin is spurious, nail it down," John Littlejohn was firm and true, You could not cheat him in " two and two ; " When foolish arguers, might and main, Darkened and twisted tho clear and plain, Ho saw through tho mazes of their speech The simple truth beyond their reach ; And crushing their logic, said, with a frown, " Your coin is spurious, nail it dotvn.u John Littlejohn maintained the right, Through storm and shino, in the world's despite When fools or quacks desired his voto, ' Dosed bim with arguments, learned by rote, Or by coaxing,'threats, or promise, tried To gain his suppórij to the wrongful side. " Nay nay," said John, with an angry frown," " Your coin...