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IDLE HANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 June 1864

IDLE HArîï)8f BY T::-Sr AÂ-iauÎEÏ* MB. -THORï-tt'ôîï^ and as he .AYent-b^t^-pMonc doorhé'Sáw'his -daughter',' a young lady Of' ninétéeüildüiíging' on the sofa, yritih' a4 book in her hands. The whir'of his wife s sewing machine' struck on his ears at the same moment. Without'pausing at the parlor, he kept on to the room front which came' the sound of industry. Mrs. Thornton did hot observe the entrante'' of her "husband. She was'bending close down over her work,: and the noisewbf her' machine was louder than his footsteps1 onr the floor.''Mr. Thornton stood looking at her fdr some moments ' without speaking. , _ "Oh, dear !" exclaimed the tired ^ otó the treadle, and straightening herself- ^ side is; almost" beyond endurance." " Then why do you sit, killing yoiii-sel;- there?" said' Mr; Thornton. ' Mr. Thornton's aspect Was unusually sober; " What's' the matter ? Wliy 'do' yött'lbbk so- serious-"?" askèd: his wife. ... " Because I fe'el serious;" he àns\v^ïe'di ;;'. "Has anything go...

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LITERATURE. RECOLLECTIONS OF AN AUSTRALIAN DETECTIVE. (From the Leader.) [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 June 1864

ti : i LITERATURE. ; j RECOLLECTIONS OF AN AUSTRALIAN DETECTIVE, j (From the Leader.) I MY " colonial experience " extends over a period of thirty-five [ years. During that time such changes have taken place on the continent of Australia as were only effected in the old world in the course of centuries. When I landed in Sydney, the district of Port Phillip was unexplored by the European ; and the first j house of this fan- city of Melbourne was imbuilt. I have been I told that if I coidd relate vividly my recollections of that [ period they would be as interesting to the "new chum "-and I as such I must regard all under twenty years' standing-as the ! legends of the wars of the Roses are to the youth of England, and they might perhaps appear as incredible. Both alike belong to the historian ; and the events of the earlier years of last decade in this colony will probably never find a parallel at any time in this or any other country. It is not for me, however, to give a history of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 June 1864

BURT AND CO., HORSE AND CARRIAGE BAZAAR, Pitt and Castlereagh Streets,Sydney. AUCTIONEERS, AND GENERAL AGENTS For the sale or purchase of Live Stock, by public or private contract. Regular Sales by Auction, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at eleven o'clock. UNBROKEN Stock sold at the Camperdown Sale Yards. Importers of English Carriages, Saddlery and Harness. American Carriages, Buggies, Express Waggons of all descriptions, with Harness, &c, always on hand. Also sole agents in the Australian Colonies for Thorley's celebrated food condiment. THORLEY''S FOOD FOR CATTLE, for horses is indispens ible in promoting and sustaining all the animal functions in health and vigour. For milch cows it is invaluable, increasing the quantity and improving the quality of the milk. For beasts, nothing can compare with it in feeding quickly, For sheep and pigs, the effects produced in one month will exceed all expectation. It converts the commonest hay rue straw into superior provender. So...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 June 1864

TM O O li E FUENITÜ li E , . I li O N " .BEDSTAD& BEDDING WAREHOUSE,''. £27 and 339, PITT STHKET, near PAUK. STREET; , Orde'is promptly attended to. -.- ? JUST OPENED, a choice assortment : of LADIES' BACK » :?' COMBS, consisting of-tortoiseshell, jet, .steel,-, inlaid, ., pearl and gold mounted, -&c, Ladies' white kid hoots, military heels Ladies', white satin shoes : Ladies'Frenchsatteen boots,.single and double . - -, soles .Gentlemen's French kid boots, patent tips . S. H. LEWIS* French Glove Depot-, 10 Hunter Street; ?'.'?' ' \ SAUCE,-LEA AND : PERRINS'- WORCESTERSHIRE % .: SAUCE-..-Pronounced by' connoisseurs'-td -be the'- only good Sauce and applicable to every variety ¡of' dish;' .. ; .' . . Extract pfa letter, from- a medical gentleman at Madias'-to his brother at Worcester,-May, 1851 :- ' - " Tell Lea and Perrins that their sauce is highly éstèemed in India, <? and is, iiv'niy opinion, the most palatable as' well 'às' tne most wholesome sauce tha...

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RELIGIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 June 1864

RELIGIOUS. On Wednesday, lSth May, a soiree was held, in Pitt Town to celebrate the second anniversary of the opening of the Pres- byterian Church at that place. The Eev. Mr. McPie, minister of the church, presided. On the 22nd, the Bishop of Sydney held an ordination service at Liverpool, when the Rev. H. J. Wilkinson was admitted to priest's orders, and Messrs. Cresswell, Watson, and Bertram to the deaconate. During the following week confirmation services were held at St. Peter's, Cook's River ; St. Philip's, St. James', St. Andrew's, and Christ Churches, Sydney, and St. Paul's, Redfern. There was a large number of candidates present on every occasion. The ninth anniversary of the Congregational Church, Bourke sir'eet, was celebrated by a public tea-meeting on Tuesday, the Si st ult! The Rev. Thomas Johnson presided, and the meeting was addressed by several Congregational ministers. The report stated that £150 had been expended on improvements and repairs to the building, and the...

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VESSELS IN HARBOUR (EXCLUSIVE OF COASTERS). [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 June 1864

VESSELS :-W HARBOUR (EXCLUSIVE- OF- COASTERS). ? í\ SHIPS.-Addisoii,. Aerolite, Edith Byrne, Elizabeth Kimball,. : Egerton, Hindostán, .Lochiel, Maha Ranee, Millwall, .Montrose,. ;9).eeii.of. the East,..Roscóte, Transatlantic, and AVahdrahm. r SAEKS.-Alice, Cameron, Amy cns, Australind, -.Birchgrove,; iÇh^rlpttë.;. Andrews, , Clara ; . Sayers, Constance, Frederick, georges, et" Juliette, ?.Golden Eagle, Harriet Armitage, Harriet! \^Pl^\'Lil?èràtbr,;..LÎon,' Metaxis, Mousse, de Nantes,''Novelty,. Oosérver, Omagh, : Sea Shell, and Sveüge. ?y.r.BBiQs.rr-Ç. E.'.'.Lessing,' Caroline, Emma Prescott, Gazelle/ ,,.Gin,tia, 'Heather BeU,'Lily, Louis and Mirriam, Mountain 'Maid, : Nir Desperandum^ Royal. Exchange, . Sarah, Spartan, Water -Lüy, Welcome; and Wild Wave. ;w,.ScitooNERS.--TChoice,-Colonist, Sarah. Pile, Spray,;. Susannah: -Booth, Jáspn,; Stonley,'.and Jane.Lockhart. oj^WAR' YEssELs,--ÏÏ.M.S.S. Falcon, 17 guns ; H.M.S.S. Sala-j i?n.^dey, . - <;i ff 0. -^Mail steamers Nort...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 June 1864

VICTORIA. The-population of Victoria on, the 31st March, 18G4, was 334,248 . males, 245,856 ¡ .females-total, -580,113-showing an increase on the.quarter of 6,172. The:Government intend,.callhig.ior,tenders, in the .Colony.as well as, in .England for, ..the ; .construction ,of engines requiréd^n .the proposed graving dock. ; The Legislative Assembly has,.passed,.Resolutions ¡praying,for . ttbje egtaltfrsliment of a{branch.<roint.atiiyïelbQrirne. ; ' ,, Tlie; Pensions Abolition, \BiU,,has..-passed -both Houses of. ;the Xegislature,;.and ¿has.,;been.received, by ¿he Governor for; the .Royal assent. Parliament was iprorpgued (on, the, 2nd .of . May-by .his. .Ex- cellency, ¡the . Governor,, and, a. .general, election willf.take ¡place . immediately. . I The number of Bills before. the parliament. of Victpria,. diiring ; .the late,session was sixty-five, of which sixty-one were.initiated j .in/the Legislative. Assembly, and four in the Legislative Council. Thentimber which .pa...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 June 1864

NEW ZEALAND. TheNew Zealand diffleidty appears as far from a solution as ' ever. The troops are going into winter quarters, but the rebels consider themselves still unconquered, a,nd during the winter months are likely to adopt a system of gunilla warfare. If at all successful they- will renew hostilities iii th* sprmg -^h fresll vigour, and the struggle will be indefinitely "protracted The effect of the lesson taught them during the Waikato campaign appears to have been obliterated by then- smgie success at Tau rangi, and the spirit of rebellion appears as rife aow when the native Icing flag was first hoisted. / ' . 1 With the exception of the .murder of five mei. of the isth while engaged in agricultural labour, by a stragging party.of rebels, all has .been quiet in the Waikato district si-vce the re- moval of head-quarters to. the east coast. Portions ol the 40th, G5th, and mounted Artillery remain at Te Awamutu ; the 2nd Waikato Eegiment are concentrated at Kiliilcihi ;' a potio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 June 1864

THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COM- PANY OF SYDNEY. I ncorporated by Act of Council. Paid up ea]»ital .... £320,000 Reserved Fund - - - - 72,000 HEAD OFFICE. DIRECTORS : RICHARD JONES, Esq., Chairman El »AV ARD KNOX, Esq., Deputy-Chairman GEORGE KINO, Esq. THOMAS SKINNER, Esq. CHARLES PARBURY, Esq. AUDITORS : CHARLES SMITH, Esq. H. E. A. ALLAN, Esq. MANAG KU : BO BERT NAPIER, Esq ASSISTANT MANAGER : T. A. DIBBS, Esq. SECRETARY : WILLIAM NEILL, Esq. SOLICITORS : - Messrs. WANT AND SLADE. LONDON OFFICE. MANAGER : EDWIN BRETT, Esq. DTRECTORS : JOHN GILCHRIST, Esq. FREDERICK PARBURY, Esq. BRANCHES. Southern Office: Haymarket, Sydney. East- ern Ofllee: South Head Road .Goulburn, Yass, Morpeth, Albury, Wollongong, Maitland, Queanbeyan, Kiama, (.'ooma, Lambing Flat, Parramatta, Orange, Bathurst, and Carcoar. QUEENSLAND. Brisbane and Maryborough AGENCIES IN THE COLONIES. MELBOURNE AND ELSEWHERE IN VICTORIA. The Bank of Victoria HOEARTTOWN.-The Bank of VanDiemen's Land LAUNCESTON.-The Bank of Van Di...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 June 1864

DEATHS. SMITH.-May 15, at 245, Elizabeth-street, Ada Victoria, youngest daughter of Emma and Richard SilverSmith, late of Portsmouth, England, aged 17 months. SWAN.-May 8, at Rock Ferry Cottage, Balmain, Robert Campbell, aged 4 years, also on the 14th instant, Alexander, 17 months, sons of Henry and Isabella Swan. SULLIVAN.-June 10, at Lower George- street, Mr. James Sullivan, a native of Cork, Ireland, aged 60 years. TAYLER. -May 22, at Rushcutters Bay, the infant daughter of Mrs. J. Tayler. TUCKER. -May 14, at Ophir Cottage, New- town, Rose Agatha Tucker, widow of the late J. E. Tucker, Esq., aged 36 years. TURNER.-May 15, at Liverpool-street, Sarah Ann Turner, daughter of John Turner, aged 3 years. TURTON. - May 23, Ada, daughter of James and Jane Turton, York House, Bay-street, Woolloomooloo. VEANEY.-May 24, at 300, Castlereagh-street,   Sara Anna Maria, in the eleventh year of her age, deeply regretted. WATERS.-May 22, at Bloomfield-street, Surry Hills, Sydney, Ell...

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THE WESLEYAN DAY AND SABBATH SCHOOLS SURRY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 June 1864

THE WESLEYAN DAY AND SABBATH SCHOOLS SURRY HILLS. ' I XHE extensive building recently. erected in Botany-street, Surry Hills, is another pleasing evidence of. the interest taken by the Wesleyan denomination in providing accommodation for the religious' and secular education of the youth of this Colony. The foundation-stone of the Surry Hills Day and Sabbath Schools was laid on the 17th of November, 1S62.". The. building is situate on the west, side of Botàny-strëet, . and' the main dimensions - are 60 feet by 100 feet. The .style of , archi- tecture is later domestic Gothic. ,The .front" elevation ."ex- hibits simple gables enriched .with quoins, barge boards, and a principal"" oriel window of four lights'. " Over the door is a small, belfry. - Back,- north, and-south- elevations are dis: tinct studies, each' having' some leading feature' to give it character and expression while preserving the required sinv plicity and economy.- The -material is stone. The internal arrangement may ...

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CHESS. PROBLEM No. I. BLACK. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 June 1864

CRESS. PROBLEM No. I. _-BLACK. "' ' WHITE. ; White to play and mate in four moves. Solution will appear in our next number. INFALLIBLE RECIPES.-For preserving the Complexion-Tem- perance. For Whitening the Hands-Honesty. To Remove St^ins-^Repehtance. To Improve the Sight-Observation. , A Beautiful Ring-The ;Home Circle. For Improving, .the V,oice Civility. The best Companion to.the Toilet-A Wife. TqiKeep ay?ay Moths-Good Society. -i>*

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OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 June 1864

OURSELVES. WE feel that a few words on this subject are necessary in our first number, but we will treat it briefly. The reader will   better judge of our intentions by our performance than he could possibly do by promises, and will rest with much greater confidence on what he sees us accomplish than he would on a magniloquent preface. We are our own "letter of introduction," and shall be, we trust, read and "known of all men." If approbation follow the perusal, our good wine will need no bush ; if not, no recommendation on our part will ever make it palatable. Our prospectus has been some time before the public, and, if they are generous and candid, they will admit that we have not deceived them with false pretences. In a new undertaking of this kind, it is of course not possible to attain perfection at the first stride ; but, if we have started well, the probabilities are that we shall make a good race of it. Let no one, therefore, blame us for what we have not yet do...

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THE AUSTRALIAN MUSEUM. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 June 1864

THE AUSTRALIAN MUSEUM                                           To New South Wales belongs the credit of being the. first of the   Australian Colonies to establish a public museum; and judging   from the munber of visitors, of whom there were 35,000 last year, the public appreciate the value of the institution. The foundation of the Australian Museum was laid in December, 1846; and the building was opened to the public in August, 1S60. It is 108 feet in length, 64 feet in depth, and   50 feet high, and contains a museum -room 103 by 35 feet,-with a gallery all round; quarters for the curator and a large base- ment.     The limited space at present at ...

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WRECK OF THE SHIP ALL-SERENE, ON HER PASSAGE TO SYDNEY. (From the Narrative of a Survivor.) [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 June 1864

WRECK OP THE SHIP ALL-SERENE, Olí HER PAS- \ v SAGE TO SYDNEY. rAÖ \ (From the Narrative of a Survivor.) THE All-Serene, Captain M. Meyers, left Vitoria, Vancouver*® Island, on Sunday, the 29th of November, 186», for Sydney by- way of Honolulu, with a cargo of pine lumber, and a heavy deck load of very large logs of timber that stood abo^t seven feet; above the deck. Had very heavy gales of wind and hailstorms which lasted for three or four weeks; ship very tender, and ! laid over very much all the time, requiring a giea/i deal of attention and caution. Arrived in Honolulu on Sunday, January, 1864, after a passage of seven weeks. Lett there on Monday, 25th January. Nothing remarkable occurred until Saturday, 20th February ; it looked very gloomy and dirty, as it. likely to have some bad weather. On Sunday morning, abouf 3 o'clock, rain and thunder and lightning were very heavy, -with strong wind. The ship was then put under short sail, haying only three close-reefed topsails and for...

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THE TRIAL OF GARDINER THE BUSHRANGER. CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT, DARLINGHURST, MAY 20. (Before his Honor, Mr. Justice Wise.) WOUNDING WITH INTENT TO MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 June 1864

THE TRIAL OF GARDINER THE BUSHRANGER. CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT, DARLINGHURST, MAY 20. (Before his Honor, Mr. Justice Wise. ) WOUNDING WITH INTENT TO MURDER, Francis Clarke, alias Gardiner, alias Christy, was indicted for having on the 16th July, 1861, at Fish River, fired at one John Middleton, with intent thereby to kill and murder the said John Middleton. The prisoner pleaded '' Not Guilty. "   The Attorney General prosecuted on behalf of the Crown ; Mr. Dalley and Mr. Isaacs for the defence; Mr. Martin having opened the proceedings called John Middleton; late sergeant mounted police who deposed   that on the 16th of July, 1861, being stationed at Tuena, from information received from Mr. Beardmore, police magistrate, he and trooper Hosie went to Fogg's house at Fish River; arrived there at ten or eleven o'clock in the forenoon ; on   entering the paddock in which Fogg's house stands, he left   Hosie to put up the slip rails, and r...

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RETROSPECT OF THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 June 1864

RETROSPECT OF THE MONTH. THE April mail from England per R. M.S. Bombay was delivered in Adelaide on the 9th, Melbourne on the 13th, and Sydney on the 15th. The Northam takes the homeward mail, leaving here on the 22nd. This mail is the last by which letters will be conveyed at the sixpenny postal rate. Gardiner's trial for shooting Sergeant Middleton terminated on the 21st ult. The case for the Crown was by no means so strong as was anticipated. Middleton's evidence as to the commence- ment of the affair was not corroborated by any other witness ; there was no evidence given that he was a prisoner of the Crown illegally at large. This being the case, was Middleton legalized   in shooting him ? Two witnesses for the defence, whose evidence was uncontradicted, swore positively that Middleton fired the first shot, and the counsel for the defence argued that the prisoner, not knowing who attacked him, was justified in firing in return ; in fact, that it was a mere act of s...

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THE LATE FATHER THERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 June 1864

I __----;-?-1 j THE LATE FATHER THERRY. , j .. ,. . j FEW men have been called away from amongst : ns whose name1 . have been BO intimately associated with the Colony as that ol j the Rev. J. J. THERRY. The . difficulties which he had to over j come in his earlier labours, and his successful advocacy of th( j claims of the denomination to which he belonged, are matter! of historical record, and have erected for him a more im j perishable monument than "funereal urn or marble shrine." j On the Queen's birthday he attended the levee at Govern j ment House ; after leaving there he returned to his residence j at Balmain, and up to the time pf retiring to rest betrayed no j symptoms of illness. About midnight he was attacked with j spasms, and a messenger was despatched for Dr. Gilhooly, but before medical aid could be obtained the venerable clergyman had breathed his last. The deceased was born in the city of Cork in 1791, and j was educated at Carlow College-under the Rev. Dr. Doyle. i...

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MESSRS. COWAN AND ISRAEL'S SOAP AND CANDLE WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 June 1864

1 MESSRS. COWAN AND ISRAEL'S SOAP AND CANDLE WORKS. ONE of the most complete and extensive establishment in any of the colonies for the manufacture of soap and candles is that of Messrs. Cowan and Israel, situate in Johnson's Bay, between Glebe Point and the abattoirs. The premises contain every convenience and facility for transacting a very large business. The buildings stand on the Bay, and every part of them is connected by tramways with a stone jetty which runs out into deep water. On the ground outside, the quicklime and alkali used for forming the ley are mixed together and slacked, and, after a time, lifted by buckets into large iron vats, each holding about ten tons, and boiled by steam. Pipes are coiled round the bottom of the vessels in which the boiling is per- formed, and, steam being driven through these, the boiling point is more speedily induced than by the ordinary method, the temperature is maintained equable with greater ease, or is raised or lowered more speedily...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 June 1864

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BIRTHS.     AITKENHEAD.-May 18, at 83, Stanley-street, Mrs. William Aitkenhead, of a son. ALLAN.-June 1, at Rushcutter's Bay, Mrs A. Allan, of a son. ANDERSON.-May 23, at Orange, Mrs. Alexander Anderson, of a daughter. ARNOLD.-May 16, Balmain, the wife of Captain Arnold, of a daughter. BENNETT.-May 27, at Surry Hills, Mrs. J. Bennett, of a son. BLAXLAND.-May 21, at Cleves, Mrs. C. Blaxland, of a daughter. BOOTH.-June 6, at 31 Sussex-street, Mrs. John Booth, of a son. BORTON.-June 2, at Mulgoa, Mrs. Borton, of a daughter.   BRADFORD.-June 8, at South Head Road, Mrs. Henry W. Bradford, of a daughter. BRAINE.-May 29, at Glenwilliam, Williams River, the wife ¿fMr Wi^111 H- Braine> o£ a s°n BREWER. -May 23» at Prince-street, Mrs, F. C. Brewer, of a dauglrM1"' BRINDLEY.-June 8, at 469, Bourke-street, Surry Hills, Mrs. ? EdwinBrindley, of a daughter. BUCKLET)--May 18, at Lavender Bay, Mrs. W. W. Buckand, of a son. BUS...

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