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NECESITY OF A SOCIETY FOR THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF COLONIAL MANUFACTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 16 January 1851

neoesity: ow , a society ^qr tot j ENCOURAGEMENT OF COLONIAL; MANUFACTURES/ We have before hinted at the necessity fo^ some association for the purpose of. fostering; the manufacturing interests of this country. We now in plain terms urge upon those who are connected with these interests to take the subject into their serious consideration. We have an Australian Society, devoted' chiefly to the higher branches of science. We have two , Botanical Associations ; we have two Associations of Vinegrowers, and we have several other associations of a similar nature. But we have as yet no or ganised society for promoting the interests and improving the state of the manufac turer. It is time this want was supplied. This is the more to be lamented^because as we have shewn in former articles New South Wales proper must ultimately, and indeed be fore very long, depend, greatly upon its manufacturing interests for support. Doubt less our manufactures are at present rather few. They have however ...

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY FOR JANUARY, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 16 January 1851

CATHOLIC DIRBOTOllVr FOR -.' JANUARY, 1851. 16 T --S. Marcellus, p. and mart. sd. 17 F S. Anthony, ab. d. 18 Sat Chair of S. Peter at Home, d.m. ! 19 S Second after Epiphany, Feast of Holy Name of Jesus. 20 M SS. Fabiansand Sebastian, mm.d. 21 71 S. Agnes, v. and m.d. 22 W SS. Vincent and Anastasius, mm. sd. 23 T S. Raymond of Pennafort, conf. sd,, 0. S. B., Feast of desponsation of B. V. M.,d.m. 24 F ' S. Timothy, bp. and m., sd. 25 Sat Conversion of S. Paul, d.m. 26 S 3rd Sunday *after Epiphany, sd. 27 M , S. John Chrysostom, bp. and doc. d. 28 T S. Polycarp, bp. and m., from 26th sd. 0. S. B., S. Paul First Hermit. 29 W S. Francis of. Sales, sd. 30 T S. Martina, v. and m., sd. 31 F ; S. Peter Nolascus, conf. d. THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1851. % -( Li ? Neces saviis Unitas, in Dubiis Lihertas, in Qqinibus Gharitas.'

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 16 January 1851

TO COBEESPOXDENTS. AH letters and communications to the Editors and the Publisher must be prepaid. ? . It is necessary that the writers of all comtnunica ttoua should furnish the Editors with their seal names and address. Although tim information is not required for publication, it is requisite as a guarantee of their being genuine. la order to save time, trouble, and postage, we propose to acknowledge the receipt ot money letters in tbis part of o:»r paptjr. ' Received from T. D O.S., Berriraa..£t 5 6 „ C. P., Goulburn ... 3 0 0 ,, C G, Warrananjbool 0 5 0 ,, ? J'. K , Campbeiltown .. 0 6 6 W. X. J., A|-pin ..? 2 2 9 ., J. F., Bat hurst . . 7 0 .0

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THE ANTI-TRANSPORTATION MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 16 January 1851

THE ANTI-TR\NSPORTATI0N ? ? MOVEMENT. The; Committee appointed at the great meeting in Barrack Square, Have published a highly satisfactory report of their proceed ings, of which; the following is a^ummary.: — The first great; work, was to; obtain those numerously, sighed, petitions which were ef fectual. in. 'causing the Legislative Council to address the Queen, pray ing her Majesty to rescind the tvell known obnoxious ordfer in Council. This order will, doubtless be re vo;kecj, bi^t jt is feared that Moretpn Bay or some other portion of the colony to the northward will be separatecl.for the purpose of a penal settlement. The address adopted '?'bjr t^pLegisiative Council, made no allusion to. this contingency, and the committee therefore have, since the recess of the Coun cil, prepared petitions to the Queen and the tyro, houses of Parliament, protesting against the dismemberment of the northern portions of the colony, and praying also for the im mediate discontinuance of transport...

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ASTRONOMY FOR THE IRISH. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 16 January 1851

ASTRONOMY FOR THE IRISH/ The Irish subscribers to the Herald must feel highly flattered by the compliment paid theminthe last Saturday's publication of an extract, with the above |head ing, and imput ing to Dr. Cullen, the Primate of all Ire land, very strange and unphilosophical opinions regarding the Copernican or generally received theory of the Solar system, i'rom what we know, and have heard, of the taints and literary reputation of Dr. Cullen, we^ have no hesitation in j stating our conviction that his opinions on this subject have been grossly mis-stated or misrepresented. Next to Dr. Wiseman Dr. Cullen stands highest among the Catholic Bishops of the present day. for his extensive and varied acquirements iu sacred and pro.' ; fane literature— both of these Prelates -are ; a credit to the age, and to Rome where they studied, and an honour to old Ireland the land of their birth. Admitting, for the sake of argument, that the quotation from the Italian work is cor rect, which we...

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THE GREAT CAT AND DOG QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 16 January 1851

THE GREAT CAT AND DOG QUESTION. {From Dickens' Household Words ) Between the rivers histnah, and Beehma in the Decknan, surrounded by wild rocky hills, lies the town of Shorapoor, capital of a state of that name, inhabited by a people who have generally been considered lawless, superstitious, and quarrelsome. Of late years they have been more industrious and peace able, and though still an excitable race, may be said to be advancing in the arts of peace. It was during a more remote period, when few strangers ever ventured to penetrate the country, that a weary-looking traveller, covered with dust, entered one of the gates, and sat down for awhile at the side of a well. He then proceeded to take off his waistband and turban, washed his head and his feet, drank of the cool refreshing water, combed his beard and moustachios, and spreading a small carpet on which he laid his trusty sword, drew from his wallet a neat little muslin skull cap : then seated himself'cross-legged, lighted his...

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REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 16 January 1851

11EVIEW. (From the Tablet ) The See of St. Peter, the Rock^ of the Church, the Source of Jurisdiction, and the ' entre of Unity. By Thomas William Allies, M.A., author of ' The Church of ? England Cleared from the Charge of Schism.' London: Burns and Lambert, 1850. Here is a book which contains the sum mini,f up ot many years of very anxious and most right-minded researches, which have been at length rewarded who tne grace ui conversion. Mr. Allies was a writer of that generosity, that singleness of mind, which gave Catholics all ak-ng a deep interest in nim. It seems so strange that with such devotion to Catholicity, such love and rever ence to the Chair of Peter, such zeal and truthfulness of character, he still seemed un able to recognise the truth when it was before his very eyts. However, the Gorham case has wonderfully cleared up, the atmos phere of controversy, and- enabled many a vision hitherto bedimme'J, to perceive very distinctly what was ail the time true, and known to ...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 16 January 1851

IMPOUNDING S. ' | Liverpool. — On the 18th Decemher: — Dark brown mare, star in forehead, speckled about the neck and off shoulder, branded on the near side under the saddle BOYD, on the off side under the saddle 2, (with 5 under).. Brown mare, small star in forehead, near hind fetlock white, branded on the near shoulder D, off shoulder ML conjoined. Light strawberry coloured filly, white face, both hind legs white, apparently unbranded. Also, on the 20th instant : — Black cow, back and belly partly white, branded on the near rump WC. If not re leased on or before the 20th January they will be sold. Stephen Pearce. 11s. 6d. Dapto. — From Mr. Brown's estate, the 3rd of January : light strawberry bullock, brand on off rump illegeble, wide horns ; damages 3d. If not released, the same will be sold by auction, on the 30th inst., to defray the expenses as the act directs. M. D. Houbii. 9s. 9d. Picton. — From Moxmt Priido, the Razor Back Estate, the 31st December : bright bay entire colt,...

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TO OUR AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 16 January 1851

TO. OUR AGENTS. In order to prevent any errors occurring in keeping the accounts of Sub scribers, we beg to request our Agents, when remitting any money, to state the names of the parties to whose credit it is to be placed, and to remind the Subscribers of the 'Terms' of publication— payment in ad~ vance, as far as practicable — for short ac counts cannot fail to form a lasting friend ship between us and our ' Subscribers, and all connected with the 'Meeman's Journal,''

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WHOLESALE SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 16 January 1851

WHOLESALE SYDNEY MARKETS. Poultry.— Fowls, from 23. 6d. to Os. Od. j ducks, | 2j. Gd. to 0s. Od. ; tfeese, 4s. 6-i. to Os. ; turkeys, 7s. | to 83. ; pigeons, 9d. ; wild ducks, 2s. 6d. to 0s. \ Od. per couple.; roasting pigs. 2s- 3d. to 2s. 6'd.each. | Dairy Produce. — Fresh butter, 7d. to 8d. ; salt, ' 6d. to ScJ.perlb.; cheese, Od. to 6£d. ; bacon, 6d. to 'A Oid. ; iar-],2d. ; eggs, 9d. per dozen. | Vegetables — Potatoes, 4s. 6d.to4s. DJ.percwt. ; cabbages. Is. 6'd. to 3s. 6d. ; cauliflowers, 2s. 6d io 3. 6d. ; lettuces, Od. to 5d. ; turnips, 0s. Od. to Is. {I j 6d. per dozen ; parsley, 3d. per bunch ; celery. Is. Jj | 6d, ; leeks, is. 3d. ; parsnips, Is. 3d. to 0s. Od. ; H ! carrots,. Is. 8d ; pumpkins, 3s. (id. to 0s. Od. per jij- dozen , peas, 6s. to 7s, per bushel ; beans, 3s. SJ. \\\ to 4a. ; onions, 5s. Gd. to 8s. 9d. per cwt. ]j Fruit. — Oranges,6d. to Is. Od per dozen ; lemens, v Lisbon, 4d. to 5d. ; peaches, 3s 0d. to 5s. 6d. per |' basket; pears, 3d. to 0d. per dozen ; ap...

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EXTERNAL AIDS TO DEVOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 16 January 1851

EXTERNAL AIDS TO DEVOTION'. (From ' Four years experience of the Catholic Ile^ Hgion,' by a late member of the University of Oxford.; . . ' We maintain that Christianity leads man to offer the best of what he possesses to the visible service and honour of his God and Saviour; that as by nature we offer gifts to those we love on earth, not so much for their personal advantage, as for a token and affec-. tion for them, so, by grace, man, redeemed and regenerated, conseciates to the Almighty offerings . of all that he himself holds most choice and beautiful, of all that costs him most labour and thought, of all that the loftiest genius can devise most perfect and most lovely. Thus, we say that a gorgeous public function, in which every art and science unite to complete a magnificence such as will captivate the most cold and satisfy the most severe, is but the natural expression of the love of the Christian's heart towards Him who gave him all that he enjoys. Again, it is a Catholic max...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 16 January 1851

H'MAiiSHte Pianoforte and Muaw ? Ware-Booms, 47, Hunter-street, op posite the Union Bank. JUST RECEIVED, Russell's celebrated Son grg, Is. each Kew Ballad— The Rich Man's Bride Mendelsohnn's Song— The Violet Tne Post Horn Polka The Magnet ditto ? ; ' The Hungarian Quadrilles The AttiJa ditto : The Star of the Night Waltz. The Harlequin Waltz. PATENT HYDRO-CARBON. GAS. AT a Bfeeting held at the Royal Hotel, on Thursday, the 19th day of De cember, 1850, of parlies favourable to the introduc tion of the HYDRO-CARBON GAS into the colony, on the motion of Mr. A. M. A'BECKETT,Mr. Norton was called to the chair. It was moved by Mr. Holroyd, seconded by Mr. Breillat, and carried unanimously — ' That it is expedient that a company be formed for the purpose of introducing the Hydro-carbon Gas into the Australian colonies.' Moved by Archdeacon M'Encroe ; seconded by Mr. Clark, and carried unanimously — ?' That a provisional committee be formed to pre pare and issue a prospectus*; to receive ap...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 16 January 1851

MR. HUGHES, SURGICAL MACHINIST AND TRUSSMAKER FHOM LONDON, BEGS leave to inform the Public that j his Trusses have received the ap- j probation of the Medical Profession, they act effec tually, are made to fit, and have, the proper pressurp. which is seldom the case unless made for the patient. Instruments on improved principles, for Ubildr.n suffering rrnm weakness of limbs, s,pinal complaints, &c. Chest Expandkrs (on a new principle) for persons inclined to Contraction of the Chest, and can be worn williout being perceived. Backboards ; Monitors. Abdominal Sui-torters for Prolapsus Uteri; also, a Truss or. Bandage Jor Prolapsus Ani, ami the Pilps. Elastic laced Stockings for yaricosed veins ; Knee Caps; Ankle Socks; Abdominal Belts; Hiding Suspensories ; Crutches; Enema and Glass Syringes; Urinals; Hearing Tubes ; Baby Jumpers, and a variety of otiier articles. A few of Carson's Patent Salting Machines. 139. Kino-street, East, .N.ear.'.Castler4J8gh-.sfx.ee-L

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DISTRESS IN THE COUNTY MAYO. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 16 January 1851

DISTRESS IN THE COUNTY MAYO. We have been requested to insert the following letter appealing to the Irish in Australia in behalf of their distressed fellow-countrymen. His Grace the Archbishop will be happy to forward any con- tributions that may be sent to him:—     Shrule, County Mayo, 20th August. 1850. My Lord,-- I respectfully beg to appeal to you in favor of the suffering and starving poor people of this dis- trict, who are bearing the greatest possible privation for want of food and clothing. The potatoe crop, on which they principally subsisted, having failed these five years past, has reduced them to a state of beg- gary, and landlords not getting their rents as sa- tisfactorily as they used to get them previous to the potatoe crop failing, have caused a great number of families to be evicted from their land, and to have their houses tumbled down to the ground. On this account there are hundreds of families, including widows with long and weak fami...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. PROTESTANT PERVERSIONS. (To the Editors of the Freeman's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 23 January 1851

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. . PROTESTANT PERVERSIONS. (To the JMitors of the Freeman's Journal.) Gentlemen, — My attention has been drawn to a letter in your issue of 'th'e 19th ult., containing a statement, false in every maternal particular, in ? reference to what the writer is pleased- to call the ' perversion of an orphan girl.' ' It was not, how over, till a day or two ago that I was enabled to see this characteristic letter itself. And I now, in common justice to persons far more incapable of ' unfairly' making proselytes, than, as it seems, your correspondent is of 'bearing false witness against hLs neighbour,' demand at your hands fcuace tor a reply. ..'?.?' in making this reply I shall not, however, imi tiite your correspondent's example by communica ting, with you anonymously — nor yet his, whom from various circumstances I believe to be the real author of the letter in question, by cloaking the cterica1 character under a general signature. They. o:ily that ' do evil hate the...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 23 January 1851

Is quest. — An 'inquest was 'on Saturday'hel'd in ; the bush near the.soi^th'-w.est corner-, ofV.tlie liurial ! Ground, Surry Hills, on the body pf a young woman whose name has since been' a'scertaine'd 'to be Ami Iiagan. - The body ,was, seen, on Saturday morniiio- \ lying .in the water of ths.iSwamp, ,and was taken ? out'by a man1 naihed' Stepiien's, assisted by two others. Tied. to. a bush-.close^by.was a, bonnet, and at a short distance therefrom was a shawl. Stephens :;l searched about, but coulcl find no trace' of any font- \ iStCpo W11HJ1JL K,UIUU!LUI - C, 17CUii iliUUC III _LilC OctllCL SlllCg. the rain of Wednesday. Dr. Tierney examined the body^but found no marks -'of violence ; having made a post mortem examination he was of opinion that death was caused by suffocation in drowning, decomposition had set in, and 'the 'woman 'must have been dead two or threes, days. The Ji»'y,returne-i a verdict of found drowned. The deceased had been in the service of a family residing on ...

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DEPARTMENT OF INSOLVENT ESTATES. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 23 January 1851

DEPARTMENT -Ol-' INSOLVENT fcSI'ATE.3: - ' - ' tiiursd'ay. : ? - ( 'Before * W'. 'H.1'ICrrr,*, Esq;,J Chief Commisson'er' of ? ?''--?' ? :!- -'-lnsfilvpnt 'Estaii'S. - ? '? ? '' ,:In' the estate of tJohn Lord, a iirst meeting w.as hejid, but no business was done. , ,-..;??? ? ' EiilDAY. ',.',' ? In the estates of Acton Sillitoe, and David Grif \ _. j ? — — - T*?'*— i' fiths Jones, aifirst meeting1 were'-lleli!,i .but no bllsj ' Iness was done.,,., ,r : .. h - t\ . -' -j ; , MKETINfr^ OF CRKDlTOUSi' ''- '*-' : j 1This.Day/rhursiltty,'23.!^.TdhiiPK'iifter, a third- '[ meeting, i at . half-past }0,; John.fGjH.fu. ^aad \ second, meeting-; at' liali'7'past'' Ii'j IUchiml Gulleu ' and Maiy'AnipRysih^fbi^-cefi-tificatesjia^uo'oni' : ' Eriday, 24. — John.Lord^asecomlmeotifi'' -it]? , Thursday, 30.— D^viirGnfe'tlisfJbi^f^J ! meeting, at halfrp'ast 10 ; 'LewisuMoW, forlcertiiicate . at noon. ,,, - .- rxk, t, »f- ' .v- / * ' Eriday, 31. — Acton Sillitoe, a'second'^mketinn. at half-past 10.' ?:...

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DENOMINATIONAL SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 23 January 1851

DENOM INAT COXAC SCHOOLS. Distribution of the sums voted 'by the Legislative' Council for the support 'of 'the Denominational Schools for 1851:— '~ '/ ;l''!t ' ~'-\'' f ' Chubcji of Englaxd Schools.' diocesk of sydney.' ,/ ' ' Salaries to Teachers and Local Boards of Inspec tion for 1851 : — St. James' Primary School; £65';'- infant school, £35. St. Philip's Primary School,, £65 ; infant school, £35. St. Andrew's Primary School, £65; infant school, ±'35. Trinity Primary School, £65 ; infant school, £'do. . St., Lawrence's' Primary School, £65 ; infant school, X'35. , Chip pendale, 40 ; Darlinghurst, £i0 ; Alexandria,' «£40 ; Pyrmont, £'$o ; Balznain, £40 ; Campordown, £40 ; St. Peter's, Cook's River, £35 ;' Canterbury, X30 ; Burwood,£40 ; St. Leonard's!, '£35 ;V*LanVCove,'* £30; Hunter's Hill, £40 ; Pennant Hills, £35 ; Parramatta, £50 ; Marsficld/1'40 ;'v Castle' 'Hill,' £'35,,' Dooral, -£30 ;'? Seven HiJls/tJ35f; Windsor, £50; Richmond, £50;.7Jjorth lvurrajong, ,£40 ; South Kurraj...

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Domestic Intelligence. CITY COUNCIL. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 23 January 1851

&*ome-mc intelligence. CITY COUNCIL. (From the Sydney Morning Herald.) MONDAY. Present: — The Mayor, Aldermen Broughton,, Fisher, Allen, Egan, and Brown; Councillors Peden, Paton, Simmons, Weekes, Moore,, Flood, Peek, Thomas, Josephson, Williams, Ryan, Board, Hill, Thornton, Moffitt, Roberts, Tiemey, Lenehan, Little, and Wilkie. MINUTES OF. LAST MEETING. . The minutes of last meeting, as taken by the Town Clerk, having been read by that officer, Mr. Josephson protested against the minutes being signed by the Mayor, because they contained. . no record ol the aemana maae ior sue currespuji dence relating to the presentation of the Mayor to his Excellency the Governor, and his refusal to furnish this correspondence. REPORTS. ??]'.: r :,-.: Alderman Allen brought up a report i'rorn the Water Committee, recommending the formation of a fire brigade of twelve men. — Read and received. . Mr. Josephson presented a report from the Select Committee on ' missing documents.' The report m...

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EPITOME OF HOME NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Freeman's Journal — 23 January 1851

. EPlTOMii OF HOME NEWfS. ' '? Ca'kal Screw Steam NaVigation*'.— On Saturday,! an'experiment of an interesting character 'came1 off .in, the presence of a considerable number, of specta tors, at th'e Canal Harbour. Porcqbellp Bridge., Its, object was to test the 'applicability of a new screw- , propeller to the lurposes of canal navis-ation.- 'Manw' attempts ?'bfivc lww« made -'?''-'- '?-' f'rt '??x-'''- r; ? they have been attended with' hut a- questionable success, the motive agent being in-1 every instance applied so as to disturb the water violently, and thereby cause injury to the banks of the 'canal. To do away with, this formidable difficulty, Mr O'Regan, the projector of the improved 'screw- propeller -we are about to describe, brought his practical knowledge of machinery into requisition , and with a degree of success which could scarcely have been looked for. The machinery connected with the propeller is of the simplest character, and occupies but a vary limited space in t...

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