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Mr. John Robertson for West Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870

Mr. John Robertson for West Sydney. A meeting of tho electors of "Weat Sydney -was held last evening, at Wells' Wynyard Hotel, Erskine-atreet, for the purpose of securing the re election of John Robertson, Esq. W. Pritchard, Esq., J.P-j occupied the chair, and in opening the meeting stated that he believed no one would dare to oppose Mr. Robertson's re-election. He called upon Jir. Robert Campbell to state what had already been done with reference to this matter. Mr. ROBERT CAMPBELL stated that on Monday evening a few friends had met, and suggestod that Mr. Robertson should be asked, if re-elected for West Sydney, would he sit: Ho (Mr. Campbell) had addressed Mr. Robertson on the subject, and that gentleman had renlied as follows : < . ' Victoria Club, Sydney, 23rd February, 1870. Gentlemen,-I am honoured by your note of this date, written as honorary secretaries to a preliminary meeting of friends of mine, who desire my re election for "West Sydney, and who wish me to sa...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870

E VENING L I ff T / BARGAINS ! °*BARGAINS ! J For thia Wook, ai Leader, Charters, and Company's, Cheapside- Houses, 85, 105,107, and 109, South Head Road; ' . - ; ! ' : and at f .' ' LEADER'S CHEAPSIDE "HOUSE, 74 gilliam. street^ "Woolloomooloo. ."" ; Published- every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, AND- SATURDAY/ For the convenience of all customers who wish to save ' « 6a.;IN THE 20s., : - in Town and tho Country. . : . NOTICE ! NOTICE ! Cuitonaers from Surry Hills, Wooïarah, Waverley, Pad dington, Miller's Point, North Shore, Dalmain, Waterloo, Redfern, Globe Point, and from the City, will havo their . : .. OMNIBUS FAKE PAID -. . without quibble, .humbug, or deception, when they purchase I goods, at advertised prices, over 20s. ' , " ? LIST. White household towels, 43d Extra Wido white net, 10 jd White' huckaback ' towels, Oíd . ? r White bedroom towels, 43d Unbleached family towols, .. 0.id Unbleached chamber towels, 8Jd - Honeycomb towels, 8id Fine whito huckaback towols, /. 103d ',.'!; huc...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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Earl Granville and the "Chief Men" of the Colonies. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870

Earl Granville and the "Chief Men" of the Colonies. npHE progress of the discussion on the rela tions between the mother country and the colonies-a discussion that does not seem likely to lose its interest for a long time to ' come-has brought under public considera tion some more practical and satisfactory sug gestions than most of those which had pre viously been put forward. Needless alarms and vague Speculations will soon cease to trouble either colonists or their friends in the mother country if due consideration is given to the views propounded by some of those who are best qualified to speak on- the subject. Among the expressions of opinion bearing on the question received by the recent mail, two of the most important are the address of Earl Granville to the deputation who waited upon him on behalf of those who have in terested themselves in the proposed conference, and a lotter published in the Pall Mall Gazette of December 3let, by R. R. Torrens, Esq , M.P. .= When tho depu...

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News by the Mail. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870

News by the Mail. MOIN"Gr the most important items of news hy'the mail are those which relátete the condition of Ireland, and the particulars of a " scene " which occurred in the Ocumenical Council. While the unconcealed manifestations of sedition in Ireland have compelled the government to send reinforcements of troops to that country, and the state of affairs was so threatening that there was a probability of the Habeas Corpus Act being again suspended, it is gratifying to observe that, amongst the classes who may be supposed to have the welfare of Ireland really at heart, and who have sufficient calmness and intelligence to perceive the way in which that consummation may be brought about, more temperate counsels prevail,'and it is muon to be hoped that they may be effectual in the prevention of a collision, in which treason and rebellion would unquestionably be scattered at the edge of the sword. Amongst the news by the last mail it was mentioned that a Roman Catholic priest, Mr....

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

Aquatics. RACES TO COME. P. A. Y. Club matches, February 2G. P. A. Y. Club for Commodore's, and C. E. Moor's prizes. Rush and Hickey, watermen's boats, March 2G. Tan CLUB MATCHES OF TUE P. A Y. CLUB.-Tho first and second class handicap races of the above named club will come off on Saturday, 2Gth instant. The entrances.are as follows :-First class: Australian, 9 tons,'J. B. Graham; colour, red white and blue, scratch. .. Eva, 9 tons, W. Andrews, red, "4 minutes. Josephine, 9 tons, 0. Bell, blue and whito, 4 minutes. Soud, 14 tons, H. Woolnough, 12 minutes. Pomona, lo tons, T. Strickland, 12. minutes, Psyche, i O tons, J. G. Hanks, red and white, 16 minutos. ¡ Second class: Ixion, 7 tons, T. Brown, red arid whito, ? Bcratoh. Olio, 6 tons, T. Bradford, red, 1 minute. ! Foam, ö tons, W. E. Langley, bluo and yellow, 5 j minutes. Tonnent, 6 tons, J. B. Walters, blue and white ball. Zephyr, 7 tons, B. 0. Boak, white, 8 minutes. THE ROYAL SYDNEY YACHT SQUADRON.-Tho first class club match o...

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THE ENGLISH CHAMPION PEDESTRIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870

TEffi ENGLISH CHAMPION PEDESTRIANS. Fully 11,000 persons went to tho Melbourne "Cricket. Ground on Saturday afternoon to witness the athletic iports,' and "see how the English pedestrians would «quit thiinselves oh their second appearance. About' SOOOof the spectators were congregated inside tho en-, tbsure.' '.-?''!' Aa regards tho performances of .tho Englishmen, there can be no question that the month's extra training they lave had since their first performance , hero has pro duced much" improvement on two of them at least., Bird, the mile champion, was in tho best of condition oa Saturday, and Topley, the champion walker, looked a totally different man from what he did on the former occasion! having since the matches, of the 8th January, last brought down his weight by some pounds over a »tone, The, time in which the mile was done was 4 min'"35'.seo}' or 5$ seconds less than the time ia which Ford,' with 05 yards start, won a similar race oa the 8th'January lost. Bird's best tim...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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The Veteran Pioneer of SugarGrowing. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870

' The Veteran Pioneer of Sugar Growing-. "YÄTE perceive that, on tho motion of Mr. I Brookes, a select committee has been appointed to inquire into, and report upon, the services alleged to have been rendered to the colony by Mr. Thomas Scott, of Brisbano Water, in naturalising the sugar cane, and in the manufacture pf ugar. Wc li ave for some time entertained the opinion that the exertions of this now venerable gentleman in behalf of what may bc. considered as one of our most promising industries, were worthy of some substantial mark-of public approval. We are not of those who would lavish incon siderately thc public money in bonuses and gratuities' to unsuccessful experimentalists in new productions ; but when a well supported case has been made out of individual and unaided effort having paved the way for the opening up of an important industry, the instinot of common gratitude seems to dictate that we should make some return for the good thus done to us. Such a consideration has...

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Dubbo Stock Report. GEO. FORSYTH and CO'S AGENCY Dubbo, 22nd February. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870

Dubbo Stock Report. GEO. FOBSYTH ¿nd CO.'S AGENCY. Dubbo, 22nd February. 'Mr. W. W. Ii. MURPHY reports : FAT CATTLE.-Mark«t well supplied, but tho demand bolng active, prices are firm. Wo quote bullocks at IA 15s to 1.5 5s; cows in proportion, according to quality. Our sales since last report are 100 head, on account of J. Perry, Esq. : 60, W. Bowman, Esq. ; and 120, J. Simpson, Esq , at full markot ! rates. I FAT SHEEP.-Tho demand for the Bathurst and Sydnoy j markets still continues ; prlcos steady, with an upward ten dency- Wethers, 64 lbs to 68 lbs., Os Od to 7a Od ; ewes ia proportion. AVe have 6000 vory prime shoep under offer, and expect to report Bales next week. STOKE CATTLE.-Inquiries for well-bred lots continue to bo made, and if of good ages for fattening, and free from diseaso, will sell readily at satisfactory prices. Inferior lots almost un saleable. We have three large lots t» arrive from tho north about 1st April, well worthy tho attention of intendiDg pur chasers. ...

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The Weather and Crops—Agricultural and Pastoral Items, Movements of Stock, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870

The Weather and Crops-Agricul ' tural and Pastoral Items, Movements of Stock, ¿so. THE oppressive heat of. the past month, which por tended disaster to the agricultural and pastoral interests, is about to be superseded by more genial weather. The following aro the principal items of I news in the above departments :- . j From New England wö learn that the new wheat is not beginning to come into Armidale in such quantities as might be supposed. "While there is every desire manifested to' purchase good samples, holders seem loth to part with their stocks, looking hopefully for ward for better prices. As a matter of speculation little is done as yet. 4s. Gd. per bushel has been given for some good lots, but this is no guide for inferior de scriptions, it being well known there must be a quantity of damaged wheat on hand. We regret to perceive, there is a probability of some of our farmers, "who at certain seasons of tho year pur chase sheep to fatten up for market, unwittingly renderin...

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IMPROPER FENCING-IN OF RUNS. To-the Editor of the Town and Country Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870

IÏDPROPER FBNOING-IN OF BUNS. To-the Editor of the Town and Country Journal. Sir,-As an old' Drover of sheep and cattle a; few remarks from me I hope will not be considered out of place, for unless suoh a proceeding as I am about to suggest be carried out, a great loss and inconvenience must hereafter be felt to squatters generally, and par-: tioularly to those, in the -outlying districts. What I allude to is the fencing-in of runs in the selfish way many squatters are doing. My wish is to see every run in the country fenced ; but each squatter should take care that in so doing he does not appropriate that which does not belong ,to him; and I regret to say L . have to make .this complaint in most of the fenced-in runs that I have travelled through of late. If once a custom is allowed it is not long before , such is main tained as a right, and if any squatter is to be allowed to run his boundary line of fence within a stone's throw of the road (and as he may do all through tho ' run)...

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Approved Claims for Pre-Emptive Leases. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870

Approved Claims for Pre-Enaptive Leases. John Charles Bowler, C78 acres, parish of" Jergyle ; Jamos Walsh, OOO, Germanton ; Henry Henty, 040, OOO, 785, 870, Thugga ; Henry Henty, OOO, 708, Morven : J. T. Dight, 700, 700, Bungowannah ; John S. A. Mackay, 000, Hovell ; Georgo E. Mackay, 900, Hovell ; William A. Dumaresq, 040, 640, Spring Mount ; William A. Dumaresq, 040,700 1120, Donald ; William A. Dumaresq, 700, 710, Duval; Edward Knox, executor of the lato fi. IC. Salting, 740, 750, 750,000, 000, Ü50, 700, Harden ; Arthur G. Hain, 840, Jillimatong ; Oswald Bloxsome, 010, 020, Severn ; Oswald Bloxsome, OW, 010,040, 010, 010, 010, C40, 010, 010, 010, O W, OW, 010,040, 010, Hanger's Valley ; C. W. Simson, O W, 040, 040, Lang ; C. W. Simson, OW, 040, 815, 040, 040, 110O, 040, Mungadal ;«Adam l'avk, ¡100, Mundowey ; Ebenezer Body, H W, Brunglo ; Samuel W. Abbott, 000, Uinbadgo; Joseph and AV. Codrington, junior, 810, Currawong ; William Scott, 000, Currawong : George and John Eastlake, ...

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Approaching Land Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870

Approaching Land Sales. CROWN hinds havo been advertised In tho Government Gazotto, for salo at tho undermentioned places and dates : ALBURY Tuesday, March 1 Wednesday, March 2 ARMIDALE Wednesday, March 2 BEIUtHtA Tuesday, March 1 CAMDEN Tuesday, March 1 CAMPBELLTOWN Monday, l^ebrimry 21 DUNGOCI Monday, February 21 GLEN INNEH Tuosday,' Mardi 1 Wednosday, March 2 GUNNEDAH Tuosday, March 1 Wednosday, March 2 HARTLKY Monday, March ll MURRURUNDI Tuesday, March 1 MOAMA Tuesday, March 1 MUDOEli Tuosday, March 1 SCOKK Tuesday, March 1 AVortncsrtay, March 2 AVARUA AVAOOA Tuesday, March 1 AVALCFIA Tuosday, March 1 AVINOHAM Tuosday, March 1 YASS Tuesday, March 1. (For particulars soo Town and Country Journal, Fobruary 5, pago, 30.) TUE following lots of Land will be offorcd for salo, by public auçtion, nt olOYcn o'clock on tho days .spocifled, at tho upsot drice affixed to each lot respectively. (Deposit, 25 per cent.) : HAHTZIKV.-14 March-Country Lots ..?40a on the 'left bank j of Wolgan Uiv...

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

* BIRTHS. Ou Friday, 11th February, at her resldonco, Ivy Cottage, Queanbeyan, Mrs. G. O'Neill, of a son: ? On the 10th February, at AVollomunibl, tho wifo of J. B. Bloncowe, Esq., of a son. On tlie 20th February, nt her residonce; Huntor's Hill, Mrs. Jeanneret, of a son. On tho 21st February, at tho residenco of lier parents, 121 Riloy-street, AVooUoomooloo, tho wife of Mr. Frank Stone, of tho Quondong, Stewart's Gully, Grenfell, of a son. On tho 21st February, at her residence, Glon Rock, Darling Point, tho wifo of Charles Thomas Richardson, Esq., of a son. On tho 11th Fofo/uary. at her residenco, Exotor Park, South Creek, St. Mary's, the wife of Mr. "William Sharpe, of a son. On tho 13th February, at .Bumbaldry, tho wife of J. B. Combes, Esq., of a daughter. On tho 18th February, tho wifo of "William Littlo, Esq., J.P., of a daughter. On the 10th February, at her residence, ^Esk Cottage, Grafton, Clarence River, Mrs. P. R. Donaldson, of a son. On the 12th February, at Brindley Pa...

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

Impoimdings. ARMID AXE.-Iron-grey maro, DW near shoulder, SK off shoulder, broken-in, aged, 15 hands. BINALONG-.-Black filly, star, fore feet white, near hind foot white, CS near shoulder ; brown filly, star, Uko MCJ-sido ways near shoulder : bay entire or rig, a little white on off bind hool, TA near shouldor. ,«.,,,,, BURRANGONG.-Chestnut horse, TR off shoulder, blazo, saddle-marked, shod, aged 15 hands ; chestnut maro, largo O hear and off shoulders, star, aged, 15 hands ; brown horse, EE or EB near shouldor, tho latter letter partly obliterated by large blotch like 7, stripo flown face, hind nnd near' fore foot whito aged, 15 hands ; brown horse, RG near shoulder, C or Govo'r 7 near thigh, 7 near rump, C or G near cheek, M off shoulder, star, aged, 15 hands ; chestnut mare, JD over AV near shoulder, "WM over ^ over J off shoulder, =H off rump, aged, 16 hands ; black entlro, RA near shoulder, near hlud foot whito, star, 3 years, 14 hands ; chestnut horse, blotch brand Uko Ab near...

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My Holiday Trip to Victoria and Tasmania. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870

GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOUAUT TOWN, TASMANIA. My Holiday Trip to Victoria and Tasmania. [CONTINUED.] I THE beauty of Kent's Group cannot be too highly . spoken of. The island whereon stands the lighthouse . rises majestically out of the sea, and its warning beacon . is" tho first that is looked for by. the weary voyager from many a distant land. Although small, there are seve . ral patohes of cultivated garden ground upon it, tho result of the labour of the lighthouse-keeper, Mr. Bau dinet, who for the last thirty years has been the head of a sort of Bobinson Crusoe family resident there, who has reared sons and daughters in an isolation that few would wish to experience. Sometimes, but not frequently, captains of ships navigating the adja cent waters will bring up and land to pay a visit to this monarch of the revolving lamp ; and all who havo visited the place speak warmly of the cordial welcome and overflowing hospitality they were the recipients of. Every description of poultry is th...

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THE FUNERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870

THE FUNEEAL. Mr. Dalgleisli's funeral took place on Sunday after noon, and the deceased gentleman being a very old and respected Mason, it was conducted with full Masonic honours. Precisely at half-past 2 o'clock the brethren under all three constitutions, to the number of .between four and five hundred, in full regalia, met at the Masonic Hall, York-street, and the Unity Lodge, of which the deceased brother was a P.M., was opened in the first degree. The acting provincial grand chaplain, Dr. Beg, assisted by the Bev. Dr. Lang, conducted the services, the former at the hall and the latter deliver ing the oration at the grave. All ceremonies being completed, the brethren formed in procession, three deep, each carrying a sprig of acacia, and moved slowly on, followed by the hearse. Then came the members of the irontrades, forming a very distinc tive" portion of tho procession, and after wards the carriages to the number of about seventy, containing the friends of deceased other than M...

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The Late Mr. D. O. Dalgleish. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870

The Late Mr. D. O. Dalgleish. THE public learned -with tho deepest regret tho death ' on Friday morning, tho 18th instant, of Mr. Dalgleish, the Surveying Engineer and Inspector to tho Steam . Navigation Board. Mr. Dalgleish was very generally known, and as gonorally rospectod. Ho was a man of intelligence and great energy of character-a self-made man in ovory respect. Daniol Cameron Dalgleish was born at Alloa, in Scotland, in the year 1827! His father, Mr. Adam Dalgleish, was in his youth presont at tho battle of Coponhagen, not as a combatant, hut having a situa tion in connection with the commissariat. Ho was afterwards appointed a supervisor of oxciso in Scotland; and in that capacity resided with his family invaxious parts of tho country. "Whilo ho was stationed at Allon, his socond son, Daniel, was horn. Having recoived such a school education as is common in Scotland, and chosen tho occupation of engineer, ho was apprenticed to Messrs. Maxton and Co., Leith Walk, Edinburgh, ...

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Mining-Items. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870

Mining- Items. The intelligence from Burrangong ia unimportant. The last escort, however, brought 437 ozs 13 dwts C grs of gold to the Sydney Mint. ' Thero is not much being dono in the way of buying and selling claims. The principal transactions appear to be in letting shares and intorests to work upon terms. The finding of several nuggets, woighing half an ounce and more, near tho lipper end of thc Two Mile, creates confidence in tho ground. It is gratifying to know that efforts to discover now ground are extonding. A prospecting aroa, for four men, has been registered, on the Five Milo gully on tho Tyagong road. Slight efforts were mado several years ago to trace a load in this gully, but without success. The Brundah machine has finished crushing fjom No. 2 South, Lucknow. The retort has not boon finished. They are now upon a lot of about 400 tons .from the claim of Messrs. Itiley, Johnson, and party, Oriental reef. Mr. Parker still continues to supply Iiis machino with stono fro...

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Notices of New Books. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870

Notices of New Books. THE STUDENT'S MANUAL or MODERN GEOGRAPHY, MATHEMATICAL, PHYSICAL, AND DESCRIPTIVE : By W. L. Bevan, M.A., Vicar of Hay. Murray : Albemarle-street, London. STATE policy, the enterprise and skill of man, and tho censoloss operations of tho groat forces of nature produce so many changes in the political divisions ot tho earth's surface, and in tho physical aspect ot it, as to render tho publication occasionally of a new work on geography a desideratum to all engaged in tho business of tuition, and, indeed, to.overybody. Tho new work is sure to contain information not to be found in any of its predecessors, and this infor mation is almost certain to bo as exact and complete as tho many-phnsed nature of tho subject will per mit. Carefully compiled, and brought up abreast with tho light of' the ago, a new treatise on geogra phy is adapted to maintain its position as a standard authority for a fow years ; after which it will require to bo revised, and perhaps to bo pa...

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CHAPTER XXIV.—FLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 February 1870

CHAPTER XXIV.-PLIGHT. I Tho morning following Mr. Purvis' appearance at* Broaclley, Mr. Path stood, in a contemplative mood, in his usual position in tho inn verandah. Ho was puzzling his honest brains concerning his position, of which he . was getting heartily tired. So long as ho was actively employed, he was content ; for his was a nature that only found contentment in action. But to be passing day after day in a dull country town, with no other object than the vague duty of watching a man of whose purpose ho had no accurate conception, was a position for which he was in no degree fitted. He vented hiB impatience by spitting continuously upon tho pavement, to the discomfiture of every passer-by, who, having no knowledge of the American's skill in the art of ex pectoration, dodged aside to avoid the showers of tobacco juice wliich he ejected from his mouth. Mr. Rath found some amusement in remarking this. " They're queer critters, are these Britishers, " he muttered. " To think no...

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