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INDEX TO DECLARATION OF WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870

INDEX TO DECLARATION OP WEIGHTS. " lîi,. Wernher's Gift.'.. March 7,1870. \fSSt Ste ... .February 20th. Kgonff Handicaps.. " 24th MudgeoHandlcaps.. May 7th

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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The Betting Market. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870

The Betting Market. THERE has been very little doing this v/ook, most of the sporting fraternity having left the metropolis for Bathurst and Braidwood. Moselle is still advancing in public estimation, sixty to forty having been laid that she beat Barbarian. Viscount was backed to win a hundred at an outside price-twenty to one. Charon has not been backed this week, but two to one is the best offer against lum. For the Gold Cup, Tim is now backed firmly ; ' three hundred to fifty having been taken about him; tho best offer for money now is five to ane. The Earl ww backed to win three hundred at hundreds tb eight, and. Bosebud was also entrusted with some money, two hundred to fourteen having been taken. Bylong was baoked at fifteen to one. LEGER. 2 to 1 v Charon ¿to Iv Mos {¿le . ' * 6 to 1 v Lamplighter 20 to 1 v Viscount. . GOLD CUP. 5 to 1 v Tim 8 to 1 v Charon 10 to Iv Earl' 15 to 1 v Bylong (taken) 15 to 1 v BarbeUe 500 to 10 v MoUy Carew colt (taken). CHAMPAGNE. 8 to 1 v Floren...

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THE INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870

THE INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. The thirteenth of*the annual contests between JJ ow South Wales and Victoria commenced on Thursday, tho 24th instant. The following aro the players selected to represent tho two colonies : NEW SOUTH WALES. Thompson Lawronco Coates D. Gregory E. Grogory S. Jones Howitt Oliver Twopenny Sheridan C. Thompson. VICTORIA. D. Campbell Conway Cosstick Lieut. Gordon W. Campboll J. Phillips Kelly - Robertson ll. W. Wardill Wills Reid. By telegram we leam that the weather was splendid and play commenced at 12.20. Victoria won the toss, and decided on going to the wickets first, sending in Wardill and Lieutenant Gordon to tho bowling of Coates and Twopenny, who, after forty runs had been made without a wicket, were taken off, and J ones and Thompson put on. The fielding of the Sydney men was magnificent, and they are confident of success. The large score obtained is owing to tho superiority of the Melbourne cricket ground. The following is,tho score of tho Victor...

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Cricket. PROGRAMME OF TO-DAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870

Cricket. PROGRAMME OF TO-DAY'S MATCHES. 1st Newtown v. 1st Caxton (continued), at .¡New town. 2nd Alberts v. 1st Victoria, in Domain. 3rd Alberts v. 2nd Victoria, on Albert Ground. TUE dispute between tho Albert aud "Warwick Clubs having been settled so far as any action by tho clubs is concerned,1 what wo havo now to hopo for is that tho match, during winch the all'air cnmo about, will be finished when our cloven roturu from Melbourne. Both sides aro willing and ovon anxious to continue tho game ; but it appears tho "Warwick's will stand out for the withdrawal of somo part of tho Albert's proceedings. Individually, I am of opinion that the latter club were somewhat precipitate in taking Mr. Park's name off their list of members; for had the case been properly watched when it was before the Albert Cricket Club Committee it appears Mr. Park would have been exonerated ; and thus I think a very graceful way of Bottling all difficulties will bo for the Alberts to roplace Mr. Park. With ...

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Victoria Sporting News. (FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870

.* Victoria Sporting News: ; V (I-ROM OUll SPECIAL COnttESrOÏÎDEXT.) CUICKBT.--Our elected team havo set down to earnest work on practico nights, and a goodly assem blage of visitors to tho M.C.O. ' ground shows rt very lively intorosfc is manifested in the forthcoming match with Now South "Wales. Tho formidablo toam that colony has dis patched will givo us Homo trouble to do, but betting ÍB very freo pn our own mon at 2 to 1, and Robertson and Cosstick aro backed ovon as highest Boorers for our sido. Our opponents will doubtless show us some loather hunting on their arrival. A good deal of rcgrot has been expressed at CafTyn's absence, but it is generally understood that business engagements woro too pressing to pormit his absence, otherwiso; he would have been warmly welcomed. Tho English pedestrians drow a crowd upon tho turf on Saturday, which left somo heel-marks on tho ground, and in no way mado it more fit for tho Intercolonial Matoh. Mr. J. A. Smith will bo Victorian umpire,...

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CHAPTER XXVI.—THE WEDDING MORNING. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870

CHAPTER XXVI.-THE WEDDING MOBNING. "Why, -where eau that ghi he," muttered Mrs.' Hayward, as hour after hour pàssed, and Maud still remained absent. " Tho artful hussy; when she knows that I am worked out of my life, preparing for her wedding. Ah me ! what a lucky girl," she soluccruised " and what an ungrateful, foolish ghi. Well, well, I suppose we are all alike. I remember before I married I was awfully in love with Mr. Sneezem, the pale curate of our churoh; and I thought I should have died when they made me marry Mr. Hayward. But I soon forgot my fanoies, especially when Mr. Sneezem died of consumption twelve months after; and so will Maud forget her liking for the young fellow who was drowned. Poor fellow. Where can that girl bo. And hero is her father. Now, won't there bea pretty todo." And Mrs. Hayward awaited her husband's arrival with considerable trepidation. "Where's Maud?" he asked, ns he entered the room. "Shebas not returned from town," answered his wife; "I cannot th...

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Jottings by the Way. (FROM OUR TRAVELLING REPORTER) THE MURRUMBIDGEE AND YASS. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870

. Jottings by the Way. (FROM OUR TRAVELLING REPORTER ) THE MURRUMBIDGEE AND'YASS. . i A GAT party of "prospectors" of whom eight wore young ladies, set off from Mr. C. Hall's on the Mur rumbidgee, to examino the Mullion Beef, and catch cray fish in the Mullion Creek. The examination of the reef was done by deputy, but the fishing was a very serious matter, tho result bearing no proportion to the amount of fun and pleasure got in the prosecution. This group of pretty girls I, by special request, put in my sketch book as they went through tho form of taking refreshment, for this is iinfortunatoly what we must all, as yet, submit to. I horeby speak tho whole truth and nothing but the truth when I say I am sorry I have lost the book. Galloping after a runaway horse at Tumut, it foll out. I have been unable (though employing even tho blacks), to trace it. Perhapsthis may be sufficient notice to any one finding it, to give it to the nearest postmaster wherever he may happen to carry it. A...

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Burning Mount Wingen. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870

Burning Mount Wingen. BURNING Mount Wingen is ono of tho most remarkable natural objects in Australia. It is situated in the county, of Brisbane, on tho eastorn sido of the Great Northern Boad, between Scone and Mur rurundi, about twolvo miles from the former place, and twp or threo from a small village and road-sido public house, known as tho Burn ing Mountain Inn, which uro con spicuous objects in tho annexed engraving, and from which tho column of smoke issuing from the fiery chasm in tho mountain is gonorally visible over the tops of the dense forosts which clotho its . sides. A desiro to witness so singular of natural phenomenon ns Burning Mount Wingen, induces .1 great many travellers to stop oithor at the Burning Mountain Inn, or at the Highland Homo, another publio-house in the neighbourhood, / as convenient places from which to visit the object of their curiosity. Tho approach to tho spot from which the smoke ascends, is by a rugged pathway over. hills of no 'great elovatib...

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SPORTING. RACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870

SPORTING. RACES TO COME. Butler ......... March 3rd and 4th jje« Jocker Club A. Kacos.March öth and loth OrW*L ...rv^;March Oth, loth & nth Broughton Creek ditto. MarclUOth V. fi. 0. Autumn. March nth and 12th Coom». March lCthandl7th Berrin».March 17th and 18th. SBMdhawn A. ditto. April 6th 7th and 8th Homebush . April isth Banawong TujfC./Utto. April 20th and 21st A. J,0. Autumn.,. Aprll23rd, 28th, 20th, 30th Tsnworth. April. ' Mateé. May Zith. 9.RM, "",>,.."»,

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.—February 18. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.-February 18. _ City of Adelaide, steamer, , 615 tons, Walker, from Melbourne 16th instant. Passengers-Sir "Valontine and Lady Fleming and servants, Mr. and Mrs. Pool man, Mr. and Mrs. Foos, Mr. and Mrs. Sutherland, Mrs. Gibson and 2 children, Mrs. Davis, Misses Gibson (2), Miss Poohnan, Miss Foos, Miss Nicoll, Messrs. V. Fleming, H. Fleming, S. Kermode, Eowlind, Went worth, Hill, J. Moore, Harvey, J. S. Moore, Hodge, Binney, Hayes, Antill, M'Dougall, Gerold, Genimoll, Shophard,iHeUy, Benno, Thomson, J. Swan, G. James, Apperly, Templeton, B. D. Bïangor, S. Davis, and 55 in tho steerage. A.S.N. Co., agents. Susannah Cuthbert, steamer, 200 tens, Eady, from Clarence Biver 16th instant. Passengers-2 in the steerage. C. and E.B.S.N. Co., agents. Moneta, ship, 621 tons, Turpin, .from Glasgow 11th November. Caird, Paterson, and Co., agents. Mary Campbell, schooner, 144 tons, Mowat, from Adelaide 6th instant. Captain, agent. Lily, brig, from Adelaide. February 19. City of...

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CLEARANCES.—February 19. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870

CLEARANCES.-February 19. Boomerang, steamer, 445 tons, Lake, for Brisbane, Gladstone, Port Denison and Cleveland Bay. Passen gers-Miss Day, Mrs. Worcester, Captain M'Farlane, Messrs. Berry, W. Jobson, Tulloh, and 10 in the steerage. James Paterson, steamer, 291 tons, DurreU, for Rockhampton. Passengers-Messrs. E. M'Lonnon. Travers, Kilgour, Master Cripps, Mrs. Smith and 4 children. Lizzie and Rosa, barque, 380 tons, O'Hagan, for San Franoisco, via Newcastle. Passenger-Mrs. O'Hagen. Constónos, barque, 351 tons, Gibbon, for Auckland. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Scott and 2 children, Mr. and Mrs. Look, Mr. and Mrs. Luff, Messrs. J. Baker, J. Nelson, A. Picton, and 9 in the steerage. TraveUer, sohooner, 117 tons, Wernham, for Mary borough. Passenger-Mr. A. Buckle. Woolloomooloo, ship, 627 tons, Anderson, for Lon don. Crown, brig, 210 tons, JeweU, for Petropaulovski. COASTWISE.-Julia, for Clyde Eiver; White Cloud, for Broken Bay ; Woniora, steamer, Collingwood, and Duke of Edinburgh, for New...

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Railway Accident at the Zigzag. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870

Railway Accident at the Zigzag. An accident occurred on Saturday night "by- tho running of the ongino of the 5 p.m. train from Sydney into a hank on tho Lithgow Zigzag, on tho Great : "Western Railway, hy which tho iiromnn, a respectable married man, bearing a high character in ithe Railway Department; received a very serious enjury. Tho particulars of the event, as fur as wo can ascertain, were as follow :-Tho train in question left Sydnoy at the usual hour, but arrived at Mount Victoria fifty minutes late, in consequence of ; tho difficulty - of mounting tho gra d ionis from tho drizzling rain and othor causes. Ton m imites , further time was lost , in rising Dargin's Hill on this Bide of tho Claronco tunnel. After leaving the Clarence tunnel, the train proceeded, tho rain still continuing to drizzlo until it got under way on a gradient of, 1 in 42, and although every exer tion was made hy the driver, a person named Jones, by sanding tho rails and reversing tho engines, the impetu...

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MELBOURNE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870

MELBOURNE. Saturday. ¡ Tho secretaries of tho various Insurance Com panies haye presented a testimonial to Mr. Mon . teftore, secretary to the Australian General Insurance Company. 1 Monday* Advices from Batavia state that the. Chamber of Commerce contends that tho Government ought to contribute towards the subsidy for the Mail Service via Torres Straits, and provide for tho free export of Batavian produce. Mr. Goldsborough gave a grand picnic at Schnapper .,. Point to over a hundred porsons connected with the pastoral interests. Dr. A. Y. Carr has escaped from Yarra Bond Asylum. Tom Thumb mado his first appearance at the Polytechnic Hall to-day; there was a crowded attendance" . The first half-yearly meeting of the National Life Assurance Company was held to-day. Tho report was an encouraging one. A man named Michael M'Laughlin has been arrested on a charge of stabbing a Chinese tea mer chant (Ah Chung) residing at Fitzroy. Mr. M'Crae, late Commissioner of Public Works, died yester...

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Extraordinary Libel Case. SUPREME COURT. SITTINGS FOR TRIAL OF CAUSES. BANCO COURT. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Cheeke, and a jury of four.) MURRAY V. PARKES. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870

Extraordinary Libel Oase. % SUPREME COURT. SrraNas FOR TRIAL OF CAUSES. j BANCO COURT. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Chooko, and a jury N of four.) MURRAY V. PABKBS. JIU IUI Al y. j.4m.~~~. Tho Solicitor-General and Mr. M. H. Stophon, instructed by Mossrs. Holdsworth and Brown, for tho plaintif!'; Sir Jumos Martin, Q.C., Mr. Darloy, and Mr. Windoyor, instructed by Messrs. Norton and Barker, for tho dofondaut. Jury: Messrs. Adolphus Shadlor, 09 Huntor slroot, Sydnoy; William Stubbs, Rose-street, Sydnoy; Thomas Tipple Smith, Globe-street, Globo ; William Short, 20 Dixon-street, Sydnoy. Tho plaintiff in this action, Mr. D'Ai-cy W. L. Murray, claimed £1000 damages for alleged libel, . pubh'shod by tho dofondant, Mr. Henry Parkes, tho prosent representativo of Kiama in tho Logis wtivo Assembly of this colony. Tho lan feiiago declared upon was published in a printod 'pamphlot purporting to bo a report of n speech delivered by tho defendant in Parliament, on tho 16th February, 18G9, and be...

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Dubbo. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870

Dubbo. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] PASTORAL.-Tho tocsin of drought, BO far as appearances go, has heen sounded from the Mara Creek. In that quarter thore'is a scarcity of grass, and tho water is fast becoming offensively.stagnant and frothy. At and for scores of miles about Gongolgan, on the Bogan, there is a lack of herbage, and for two hundred miles hence down the Mac quarie there is little grass except at a distance of three or four miles from its banks. I state this on the authority of two or three squatters and several stockmen who have just arrived in Dubbo. It must1 be borne in mind, however, that of late years all the best portions of river frontages have been fenced in, and travelling stock of necessity must keep further back. The owners of fenced paddpcks-are- not so exact about the encroachments of fat cattle aa tbey are about travelling sheep for feed or market : they like to see the latter confined to their half-milo boundary from the road. The back waterholes, too, a...

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OFFICE OF PUBLICATION, 190 PITTSTEET, SYDNEY. Contents of this Issue. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870

1^- OFFICE OF PUBLICATION, 190 PITT STEEET, SYDNEY. Contents of this Issue. ' Telegrams-Editorial Notes' .. .. .. ..3 .Parliament .. .. .. .. .. 4 Mr. John Robertson for "West Sydney. Correspondence Tl» Hunter District-Dubbo .. .. ..6 Extraordinary Libel Case-Criminal Court-Insolvent Court-Railway Accident .. .. .. .. 0 Proposed New Cattle Yards-Sheep Inspectors .. .. 7 Leading Articles-Immigration-Postscript .. 8 Science -Construction - Invention - New Town Hall, Sydney (with illustrations)-"Well-boring and Pumping Machinery .. ., .. .. ..0 Mr. Robertson's Retirement-The Pioneer of Sugar Grow ing-A Voice from Now Guinea-News by the Mail Earl Granvillo and the " Chief Men" of Australia Proposed Superannuation Bill .. .. 10, ll The Grazier-Mr. Bruce and tho Stud Breeders, Foot-rot in Sheep-Woolgrowers' Meeting. .. .. .. 12 The Cultivator.-Sugar-Advantages of Co-operation-The Destructive Principle of Treating Cane Juice-The Use and Abuse of Agricultural Implements-Grubbers and Scarifi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870

PROSPECT ü OF The Australasia Sugar Company (Limited.) SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL : ¿1,000,000, In 200,000 Shares of £25 oaoh. Firet Issuo : 25,000 Shares, £125,000. 20,000 Shares will booffored to tho Public, with right of Sub; scriptlon to tho uncalled Capitaliof Flvo Shares for every Kuara of tho First Issac Thoro-will bo reserved for tho l'róprletor and Promoters 5000 Paid-up Shares in the First Issue, and 000Paid-up Sliaresln evory X50,000of thereat of tho Capital of tho Company, or tho same proportion for a groator or lessor sum when called of tho Capital of tho Company, with right of Subscription to Flvo Sub scription Shares to ovory Paid-up share in tho Company, and the surplus Subscription shares. 10s per Share on Application, and 10s porSharoonAllotmont, . at tho discretion of tho Directors, and tho Balance as may bo required by the Directors. PROVISIONAL DMECTOUS : WILLIAM BELL, Esq. (Boll, Bruco, and Co. ). CHARLES BATE, Esq. (C. Bato and Co.), Sydney. PETER MCMILLAN, Esq., Melb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870

TMP OR TANT TO COUNTRY ? -, s SUBSCRIBERS. Any person in a country district toîure there is no agent for this Journal, who will undertake to-procure not less than Six new Subscribers amongst his neigh bours and friends, will receive a copy for himself FKEB OF OIIAKGE. Mr procuring twelve subscribers' two free copies will be sent, and. so on for any larger number. BERDEEN CLIPPER LINE. FOR LONDON. Notioe to Passengers. .Tho following flrst-oloss vessels, making an average passage of eighty days, will be dispatched on or about tho following dates Tons. Commander. To Sall. ; NINEVEH.1174.... Barnet .March. PATRIARCH (now).1SO0.... Pile .April. WALTER HOOD.. 087.... Latte .May. The dietary arrangements are superior, and each vesso carries an experienced surgeon. Apply to MONTEFIORE, JOSEPH, and CO., O'Oonnell-sreet. T . O.W N HAL L Commercial and Family Hotel, WYNYARD SQUARE, SYDNEY. The MISSES HORNER, late of the Clarendon Hotol, Manly .Beach. Buperlor accommodation for Private Familie...

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East Sydney Election. DECLARATION OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870

East Sydney Election. DECLARATION OF THE POLL. The result of the polling for tho electorate of Bask Sydney was on Wednesday afternoon declared from-the hustings, Hyde Park. Notwithstanding the showers which fell every few minutes a large crowd assembled, fully two thousand persons mustering in the Park, ana a gallant array ot umbrellas being unfurled to the elements. Mr. Archibald Thompson, J. P. (the Re. turning Officer), arrived about 6 o'clock, and business was at once proceeded with. The RETUiwrNG-OFFiCER stated that he was in a position to announce, without further delay, the result of the voting. Mr. W. J. Campbell had polled 2183 votes, and the Hon. J. Bowie Wilson 2755. He therefore declared the latter gentleman duly elected. This aunouacement was received with mingled cheer ing and disapprobation. The Hon. J. BOWIE WILSON then returned thanks. He attributed the victory he had won not less to his own merits than to the great exertions made on his behalf by his supporters. (C...

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Hunter River News. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870

Hunter River News. . NEWCASTLE. Tho principles of Orangelsm appear to be making* greal headway here, Judging by tho large number of persons thai are joining the lodges. In one of the local papers of Saturday last, a long letter signed "Amatar Pacls" appeared, inwhict the writer makes a savage attack on " Orangelsm in general.' The opponents of the system are delighted with the letter, while tho supporters of Orangeism say it is all nonsense and ; can be readily refuted. At present no reply has been at tempted. j Some months ago a petition was forwarded to the Colonial Sceretary, praying for the incorporation of the township ol I waratah. Up to tho present time no notico has been taken of that petition, notwithstanding it was unopposed by a I" counter" petition. At a meeting recently held it was decided to send a deputation to Sydney to walt upon tho j Colonial Secretary in reference to the matter. It is to bo hoped that the result of the deputation may be the imrnedt ! ate proclamat...

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