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CHAPTER II.—THE WOLF IN SHEEP'S CLOTHING. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

CHAPTER II.-THE WOLF IN SHEEP'S CLOTHING, j He was evidently a known and welcome guest to the parents of Maud ; for he was received with marked pleasure by both her father and mother. Tho latter bade him seat himself at the tea table, while tho for mer took his guest's hat and walking stick, and eohoed his wife's invitation. Mr. Vane, with an easy grace that characterised his manner, and hovered about all he did, took his place, whilo the lady set before him the most tempting faro of their modest board. "And where is Miss Maud?" said ho, presently. "These cakes are delicious. I trust your daughter is not unwell, Mr. Hayward ? "Unwell-no," cried Mr. Hayward- "not unwell, but obstinate. Go, wife, and bring her hither." She did as she was bade, and presently returned with her daughter. Poor Maud's beauty was softened by tho grief whioh she was experiencing ; an expression which lent her sweet face a tender charm, that was very good to look upon. Mr. Vane thouglfè so, at any rate, for h...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE NOVELIST. MARK FELTON. HIS ADVENTURES, PERILS, AND ESCAPES. CHAPTER I.—THE FAREWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

THE NOVELIST. MARK FELTON. HIS ADVENTURES, PERILS, AND ESCAPES. CHAPTER I.-THE FAREWELL. The aun was within, an hour of setting. The soft balm of an English summer evening began to fill the air. The birds sang their last song of the day ; bees buzzed about the copse and woodland ; cattle grazed lazily in the meadows, and the tinkle of a sheep bell was heard from the hill side. It was a glorious summer eve, thirty years ago. The seen« was of that quiet rural kind which is beheld in no other country than England. It was marked by the soft repose which forms the sweetest characteristic of such piotures, and which has inspired so many poets to song. At such a time and amidst auch a scene, a young girl came slowly from a cottage standing at the aide of a country road, in the county of Essex. She was habited in simple yet tasteful garments ; and her beauty-for she was very beautiful-her gait-every item, BO to speak, of her appearance, showed that she waa of a better class than the country...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE HOUSE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

THE HOUSE QUESTION. Lr keeping with tko progress ol' tho times, that nohlo animal, " man's host l'riond," comes in tor a sharo in tho gonoral dosii-o for improvement. Tho " Horse Question " divides itself into a double problem-how aro wo to got rid of tho bad, which every whero disgraces tho colony ? And how aro wo to replaco them by tho right sort ? Simple and clear as these points may, at first sight, appear, they compli cate and deepon as you dip into thom. It is notorious that tho back runs teem with tho most miserable effigies, hated and shot at by all. Everybody has doomed them, jost as anxiously aB they doom tho dingo, and would be glad, at almost any cost, to free tho land of the posts by flood, fire, or bullet. Thore aro no two opinions hore, oxcopt about the easio3t way of extinguishing them. Traps, shot, and drought may koop thom from increasing, and the opinion has been hazarded that old mares, well charged with a contagious disease and lot loose, would prove as efficaci...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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INOCULATION FOR PLEURO-PNEUMONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

INOCULATION FOR PLEÜRO-PNEU MONIA. WE havo to acknowledge tho rocoipt of a copy of tho Report hy tho Chief Inspoctor of Stock, giving^, tho rosult of tho late inquiry, as to the efficiency of Inoculation for Plouro-pnoumonia in Cattle. The Minister for Lands has done good service, in direct ing this inquiry to ho made, not only by thus, in a great measure, settling tho question raised in tho inquiry, but also by showing stockowners that it is for their mutual advantago that they should make known their opinions to each other. As journalists j we have great causo for complaint, that neither j squattors nor seloctors can bc induced lo mako their i oxperionce in matters connected with their callings known to tho public. Our columns will be at all ! times, open to them ; and without this om* on i deavours to assist in tho advancement of the pastornl ¡ and agricultural interests of tho colony aro rendered j comparatively nugatory. Our slockownors and far ] mers commit many errors and mis...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CULTIVATOR. SUGAR GROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

THE CULTIVATOR. SUGAR GROWING-. VERY few years ago tho man who said that tn-° Australian colonios would soon largely engage in tho cultivation and manufacture of sugar, and that hcforo tho expiration of tho yoar 1880 thoy would in all probability moro than supply their own consumption of that article, would havo boon re garded aa a visionary ; whilo at tho prosont momont such a statomont may bo considered as a very modest ono, and aa cortain of tho complotcst realisation. It was at ono timo, and comparatively rocoutly, sup posed that sugar could not bo producod in those colonies with anything like a prospect ot a fair return from tho capital required to be invested in the pursuit. Tho prico of labour was supposed to bo an insuperable obstacle to success, and tho conditions of soil and climate were moro than suspected of being unfavourable to tho growth of tho varieties of cane from which tho greatest portion of tho world's sugar is extracted-beot sugar being then, and to a great ext...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SECOND DAY, JANUARY 3RD, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

SECOND DAY, JANUARY 3RD, 1870. Again a very small attendance, barring the usual number of bookmakers, sporting men, and those im mediately interested. The course was almost a blank. The band was present and played during the day. The road both going to and returning from the races, presented no special feature of interest, not oven a 'bus break down changing its monotony. The 'buses engaged were limited to a very few. A boy was run over by an equestrian amateur on the journey, but was fortunately not injured by the collision. Again a vory excellent dinner was provided by Mr. O'Brien, of Tattersalls, at the Grand Stand Saloon ; the iced drinks heing very acceptable to thirsty sportsmen. Punctually at 1 o'clock, tho four horses entered for tho Hurdle Bace came to the post. Magnet was made first favourite, but many knowing ones stuck to the old veteran Comet, who looked in better buckle than we have seen him since ho came from the Melbourne side. Nimrod and Tait's Stranger were not muc...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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ENTRIES FOR THE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

ENTRIES FOR THE SEASON. . Tho following oro entrances for the races whicl dosed up to, the ond of the present season in the ordei in which thoy wjll bo run: HOMEBUSH AUTUMN MEETING-1870. Eas+er Monday and Tuesday, April 18th and 19th, 1870, The Homebush Trial Stakes of 15 sovs each, 2 sovf forfeit, with' 150 added, for two-year-olds; colts, 8si 71bj fillies, 8st 41b; three-quarters of a milo. To close and name to tho secretary, at 4 p.m.'_on Thursday, 3rd Juno. Entrance, 5 sovs. Second horso to receive 30 sovs. Mr. B. lilclmrds's b c Arcluluko H. P. Mostyn ns b o Kenilworth . . 33. K. Cox's ch c-, by Stafford-Miss Pitsford J. Tait's br o Teddington -b c Pyrrhus -oh c Count E. Leo's oh c-, by Now Warrior .-br c-, by Kingston-Blue Bonnet -ch f-, by Kingston-Bomp ? JJ. Uh'de'n b c-, by Yattendon-Bec-in-a-Bonnot -bl c-, by Yattendon-Young Moonshino C. Baldwin's br c The Baron J?. J. Shaw's ch c Roberto il Diavolo B. J. Yeoman's ch f --. by New Warrior-Zenobia O. Baldwin's br f Lady Clif...

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SOME OF MY EARLY ADVENTURES. (BY AN OLD SPORTSMAN.) MY FIRST F0X HUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

SOME OF MY EARLY ADVENTURES. (BY AN OLD 8POHT8MAN.) MY FIRST F02Ç HUNT. * I AM an oldish follow now, at least what youi -peoplo-call-old,-although I am not quito throo seo years of ago ; yot I havo an excellent memory, ai can recall without difßculty tho events that occurr* ?when I was a hoy. In my library thero is nn ol« looking piece of furry-stuff that has been carotid] mounted and preserved, which an English sport man,' would at onco recogm'zc as " tho brush." about this brush I havo something to say. It a trophy from my young days ; and thus, as sport; mon mako a brush out of a tail, I will uuik? a ta] out of the brush. It was when I wns about nineteen years of ag that I was nsked to spend my Christmas vjcatio with an uncle who lived in Surrey. This wis 51 gn\: ¿.eat, for my uncle Edward was very rich, rune moro so than my own father, Ile was fond of hunt ing and shooting, and liked people to share his spoi with him. Ho kept several capital horses, and ha Frounds and a stream o...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOUBNE AUTUMN MEETING, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

MELBOUBNE AUTUMN MEETING, 1870. The Ascot Vale Stakos, a sweepstakes of 20 sovs each, h ft, with 200 sovs added. For two-year-olds. Colts 8st lOlbs; fillies 8st 71b. The winnor of any two year-old race to cany 61b extra. Five furlongs. Tho second horse to receive ten per cont, of tho stake. Mr. J. Moffatt's bf-, Stockown or-Corva J. Moffatt's b c --, Panie-Fisherman's Daughtor S. Waldock's br f Starlight . T. Gordon's b o Chancellor W. Field's b f-, Peter Wilkins-Our Nell W. Field's b f-, Peter AVilkins-Ellon G. Watson's b c-, Delhi-Agra G. Watson's gr f-Snowdon-Borap H. Fishor's br f-, Stockownor-Gildermiro J. Tait's b f Floronco G. Lewis's b c Young Australia (late lord ot Clyde) J. Arthur's b f True Bluo Sr. Bath's ch o Boland Avenel Mr. J. Cloelnnd's b f Briber}'. . St. Legor Stakes, a.sweepstakes of 25 sovs, 5 ft, with 200 sovs added. For 3 yr- olds. Colts, 8stl01b; nikos, 8st 71b. If milo and 132 yards. Tho socond horse to receive 10 per cent, of the stake Mr. W. Gerrard's b c...

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BANDWICK AUTUMN MEETING, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

BANDWIOK AUTUMN' MEETING, 1870. Renewal of the (Australian) Champagne Stakes of 20 HOV each, h ft; or 5 only if doclared by the 1st ? April, 1870; for two years old colts 8st 101b; and fillies 8st 81b; the owner of the second horse to save his stake, and tho winner to give two dozen of champagne to the com mittee; five furlongs. Mr. A. Town's ch f, by Tarragon-Fairy _-- b o by Tarragon-Juanita E. K. Cox's ch o, by Stafford-Miss Pitsfoad John Lee's ch c, by New Warrior-Porslani -br o, by Kingston-Bino Bonnet -:-b f, by Kingston-Governess .-ch f, by Kingston-Romp by Little John, Tom boy's dam James Lee's ch c, by Kingston-Maid of the Lako R. Dines' br f, by Lord of the Hills-Mainstay _b f, by Lord of tho Hills-Star of Peace -b f, by Now Warrior-Amethyst -ch c, Lord of the Hills-Littlo Quoon _bl or br c. by Lord of tho Hills-a brown mare bred by Mr. Wyndham ? b c by Lord of tho Hills- Queen of Hearts R. Rouse's b f Valerio, by Kingston-Problem, by Bronze wing-Problem by Slr John L. Uhd...

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CHAPTER IV.—MARK GETS A SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

CHAPTER IV.-MARK GETS A SHIP. Three days later Mark Felton stood upon the old pier J. at Gravesend. He waa dressed in a rough pilot jaoket, and seaman's loose trousers, though it needed little elis* ;? comment to discover that the lad was no sea-going per- . & son. Somehow tho clothes did not sit easily upon his p? lithe and graceful form, and as he now and then paced jp¡ the pier there was none of that rolling in his gait wkiob would seem to be a general characteristic of tho locomo* & tion of thoso who go down to the sea in ships. He cer- h tainly looked a fine hearty young fellow ; but he did not ' & look a sailor', and so his companion standing by his side seemed to tliink. For as Iiis eye fell upon the ^. youngster he smiled. ' > |; "Well," said this leerson, who was as unmistakably a. h seaman as tho other was not, and who looked a very fine jj. ; specimen of his class-tall, muscular, of good honcat ?> features and pleasant smile, " "Well my lad, ...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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CHAPTER V.—MARK MAKES AN ENEMY. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

CHAPTER V.-HARK MAKES AN ENEMY. Mark awoke by daylight, and, cager to breathe of fresher air than formed tho atmosphere of the cabin, hurried on his clothes and wont on deck. Ho felt little of that terriblo complaint, sea sickness, although the sickening odour of tho cabin-springing from rum, biscuits, tar, perspiration, and blankets-had taxed Iiis stomach severely. Tho ship was steady enough, with a brisk wind on her quarter. Mr. Scoop, tho second officer, was on tho poop, walk ing up and down, varying his attention between glances at tho sails and cursing the man at the wheel. He was chewing tobacco furiously, and ejecting saliva in all directions. As Mark placed his foot on the deck, Mr. Scoop covered his boot with tobacco juice. The young man looked disgusted. Mr. Scoop laughed. " Pooh," said he, " Mr. what's-yer-namo, you musn't bo squalmish. Besides, how tho h-1 could I toll your boot was in the way ?" and he turned on his heel and resumed his walk. Mark's face had flushed ni)...

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UP IN MR. GALE'S BALLOON. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

UP IN MR. GALE'S BALLOON. I DON'T think I'm very egotistical, or, in a general way, at all given to intruding my personal experiences upon other fiooplo, but really my adventurous trip ia Mr. j Gale's balloon, tho other day, was so very extraordi nary for nu easy-going, domesticated, middle-aged pro- ' I fessional man like myself, that I am inducod to depart from my usually retiring course of conduct, and lot tho world know something about my remarkable experience as mi aeronaut. I had lunched at the Union Club, where all the talk was about thc balloon ; and, as is my custom of an afternoon, had afterwards adjourned to an easy chah on the verandah to enjoy a mild havannah, when, just as I had settled myself comfortably, in rushed that restless rattling follow, Breezy. You know Cap tain Breezy, of tho Wunger: enthusiastic, noisy follow! always seems in a hurricane. My abomination when enjoying a quiet smoke, but not a bad fellow nt bottom. Breezy and I had been school-fellows, and I ...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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SWINBURNE'S NEW POEM. THE RESURRECTION OF ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

SWINBURNE'S NEW POEM. THE RESURRECTION OE ITALY. By the waters of Babylon wo sat and wept, ?Remembering thee, That for ages of agony hast endured, and slept, And wouldst not soe, By tho waters of Babylon wo stood up and sang, Considering thee, That a blast of deliverance in the darkness rang, To set theo free; And with trumpets and thunderings and with morning song, Came up the light ; And thy spirit uplifted theo to forget thy wrong As day doth night. And thy sons were dejected not any more, as then When thou wast shamed ; "When thy lovers went heavily without heart, as men Whoso lifo was maimed. In tho desolate distances, with a great desire, For thy love's sake, With our hearts going back to theo, they wero filled with Aro, Were nigh to break. It was said to us : " Verily ye are great of heart, But ye shall bend ; Ye are bondsmen and bondswomen, to be scourged and smart, To toil and tend. " And with harrows men harrowed us, and subdued with spears And crushed with shame ; And tho...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DOMESTIC RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

DOMESTIC RECIPES. STEWED TOMATOS.-Arrange- them in a single layer, and pour to thom as mitch gravy ns will reilch to half their height ; stow them very softly until the under sides are done, then turn, and finish stowing. Thicken the" gravy with flour and butter, and servo it round them. LEMON SUGAR.-Hub the rind of some fresh lemons upon a large piece of sugar, and as it discolours the part upon which it is rubbed, scrape it off with a knife ; when you have obtained a sufficient quantity, dry a little in tho screen, and bottlo for use when required. Orange sugar may bo made in the same manner, substi tuting very red oranges for the lemons. SORE THROATS, HEADACHE, COLD PEET, &C.-If those who are subject to soro throats, and the like, were to bathe tho neck with cold water in the morning, and use the flesh-brush at night, they would more than com pensate them for the time and trouble. There are many who suffer from headache and cold feet, If they would plunge their feet in co...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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BUNGONIA AND ITS QUARTZ REEFS. [FROM OUR TRAVELLING MINING REPOHTER.] [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

BUNGONIA AND ITS -QUARTZ REEFS.. FROM OUR TRAVELLING MINING   REPORTER I and a flood duly arrived at Goul burn together on Tuesday, 21st Dcc, and next day I proceeded in the direction of the Spring Creek Reefs, Narramunga Gold-Fields, Jacqua Creek. As I considered it of importance that tho geological features of the country I passed through should be carefully noted, I submit the result of my observa tions by the way. Quitting' Goulburn by the main Braidwood road, I left it at one and a half-mile out, and crossed thc paddocks lying butween it and the Bungonia road to examine the bcd of the Wollondilly Rivcr and the immcdiatc ranges. Thc bcd I found to contain abundance of quartz, red whinstone and basalt, the latter being trappean rocks, upon which the extensive and rich soil around Goul burn rests. A gentle rise out uf the river is cultivated and is also full of' quartz. At the back of this are swamps, partially drained by the Wollondilly, and crossing- these we come a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

BERDEEN CLIPPER LINE. FOR LON DON. Notice to Passengers. Tho following first-class vessels, making an average passage of eighty days, will be dispatched on or about the following dates : Tons. Commander. To Sail. MAID OP JUDA1J. O05....Ayling.January. WOOLLOOMOOLOO .... 027....Andorson ....February. NINEVEH. 1174....Barnet .February. PATRIARCH (now). 1500.... Pilo .March. STRATHDON . 1011.... -.April. Tho dietary arrangements aro superior, and each vessel carries au experienced surgeon. Apply to MONTEFIORE, JOSEPH, and CO., O'Connell-sroet. TO THE FREE AND INDEPENDENT ELECTORS OF THE BOGAN. GENTLEMEN, - I beg to return my sincere thanks to those of you who had sense and discrimination enough to perceive my suitability to represent you in the ensuing Parliament, and voted for me. Trusting that when I come before you again as a candidate, which in all probability may be soon, the scales will have fallen from the eyes of those who were blind to their own interest, and that they will co...

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THE NEW STEAM BOGIE CARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

THE NEW STEAM BOGIE CARRIAGE. THE following ia a description of Mr. Fairlie's   engine " Little "Wonder," constructed on the principle which Mr. David Clymie is about to visit the colonies to explain and elucidate :-   The Fairlie Engine "Little "Wonder," built by the "Fairlie Engine and Steam Carriage Company," for the Portmadoc and Festiniog Railway Company, North Wales, has obtained great celebrity from the fact of its having to work the narrowest gauge   passenger railway in existence. The line has been worked now about six years, and during that time there has not been the slightest accident of any kind. Its gauge is only two feet. Although the line is so narrow in gauge, it is by far the most successful   commercially that has ever been made. The Festiniog Line is for about 11 miles one continuous ascent of about 1 in 80, with very many curves, some of which are as small as 100 feet radius. The " Littlo Wonder," although weig...

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DUBBO STOCK REPORTS. MESSRS. G. FORSYTH and CO.'S AGENCY. Dubbo, 4th January, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

DUBBO STOCK REPORTS. MESSRS. G. FORSYTH and CO.'S AGENCY. Dubbo, 4th January, 1870. MR. W. L. MURPHY reports : FAT CATTLE.-Market well supplied. We quote bullocks £4 to £5 ; cows, £3 15s to £4 10s, according to quality. FAT SHEEP.-Large numbers have passed for the Bathurst and Sydnoy markets, but in the absence of any sales we cannot give quotations. STORE CATTLE.-There is an active demand for store cattle, and for prime lots the fullest prices can be obtained. STORE SHEEP.-We have numerous inquiries for large   framed 6 and 8 wethers, and could place a largo number at satisfactory prices.

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AQUATICS. HUNTER'S HILL REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

AQUATICS. . 4| Í HUNTER'S HILL REGATTA, ""i? The annual regatta at Hunter's Hill took place ot$ Saturday. The day was beautifully fine, with a tiM breeze blowing. The steamship Collaroy was eneaeÄ as flagship, and left tho wharf at 10 o'clock, anddvuSs* the day was visited by a considerable number^?? visitors, amongst whom were several ladies. The pro * grarnmo included thirteen races. The entrances how'"''' ever, were not so numerous as might have be'on éí '"' ¡yachts of the B.S.Y. Squadron thore was but one entry, and therefore no contest. For the"'*' next raco, that for the P. A. Y. Squadron, there 'were? four entries. Clio, which was throughout well f handled, won, closely followed by Ixion. Tho mfoß' oar races were- the best patronised, but in these' '' Messrs. Freeman and Hobson carried off the largest'i number of prizes. Somo dissatisfaction was expressed '* at the smallness of the nature of tho prizes, but if-*1 must be remembered that being an amateur regatta, ' the prizes ...

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