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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 March 1892
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WEST AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 March 1892
WEST AUSTRALIA. The drought still continues in tho northern districts, and lossos in stock aro very great. The Assembly has passed tho estimates for the establishment of an Agent- General's office in London, anil Sir W. Koiiinson will be appointed at ajsnlnry of £1500 per annum for a term of fivo yours. The llov. Joseph Johnston, tho first Congro gationnl minister to hnd in West Australia, having arrived early in the 'fiftios,' died at Fremnntle on 17th February, at tho ago of 79. The'funeral was one of the largest ever seen in Fremantle. Tho Government intend proceeding with a nurnbor of public works now that thoy have received portion of the loan latoly floated. Tho Pnrth city council also purposes borrowing £15,000 for the extension of Perth streets. Tho Govorn.in.ent in asking for tenders for the seoond seotion of the Perth and Bunbury rail way, a distance of about 60 miles ; tenders re turnable on 5th April. An inquest has been opened in the case of Caroline Wynne. Tho evidence...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 March 1892
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. The body of James Sweeney was found on the road six miles from Clare. He was killed through being thrown from his horse. Dr. Laura Fowlor has been appointed house surgeon to tho Children s Hospital. Tins is the first appointment of tho kind in the colony. The men engaged at tho Eoliunga goldfields report that they are getting good gold. There are now 45 men on private lands and 60 on Crown lands. In reply to a potition asking that the opera tion of the Sunday Closing Act be stayed till Parliament meets, the Cabinet decided that the act must take its course. The police have seized a drove of cattle near Mount Gambier. having been crossed over the border from Victoria without notice. The owner is not at present known. At a recent meeting of the Executive Council a commission was appointed to inquire into nnd report upon the expediency of constructing a graving dock in South Australia. On 17th December the dead body of a woman found in Torrens Lake was identified ns th...
THE LADIES COLUMN WHAT IS TO BE WORN IN JACKETS AND MANTLES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892
THE LADIES COLUMN WHAT IS TO BE WORN IN JACKETS AND MANTLES. Jackets and mantles always play a prominent part in tlio winter fashion*, and they should be chosen with muoh oaro and due attontion to the oostumes with whioh they, aro to be worn. At the present day skirts are rigidly plain, but bodices are most elaborate in tho matter of trim ming. Tight fitting ooata must naturally orush Hoffc vests of silk, full high sloovos and dainty opaulet flouncing*, consequently tho long tight fitting thre? q im r tor coats are better suited to accompany plain cloth gowns, while the loose fronted ones may be worn over gowns with fall vests without any fear of spoiling them. The three-quarter Tudor capes with very' high oollars supply the place of warm comfortable wraps, while they leave the wearer unfettered and do not crush the daintiest visiting toilette. Very long bnuquos are worn on outdoor coats, indeed, length seems to bo the dominant feature of all the outdoor garmonts this soanon. The th...
THE NEW WEST MELBOURNE DOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892
THE NEW WEST MELBOURNE DOCK. 1 OLD COURSE OF THE YARRA. 2. THE NEW CUT COODE'S CHANNEL 3. COAL CAXAL TO RAILWAY AT NORTH MELBOURNE. 4. THE EXCAVATED BASIN OF THE NEW DOCK. 1 OLD COURSE OF THE YARRA. 2. THE NEW CUT COODE'S CHANNEL 3. COAL CAXAL TO RAILWAY AT NORTH MELBOURNE. 4. THE EXCAVATED BASIN OF THE NEW DOCK. BOATMAN'S HILL— PAST AND PRESENT. % ' - ? BOATMAN'S HILL— PAST AND PRESENT. % ' - ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892
SWALLOW & ARIELL LTD., IPOET* MELBOURNE.! BISCUIT AWDyCAEE MAIUFACTURERg TRADE ^BiP^^ MARK E LATE ST ISTO VELTIES. ' \ RUBYJCAKES. MINCE CAKES. CABLE SPONGE RINGS.* *. DIGESTIVE MEAL. SELF RAISJNG FLOUR. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THE 'SWALLOW' BRAND. lENOj^FRUITSALr i ? ,( Ii afmplj invaluable to Children, who take It readily. By its regular we, * the Wood Is made pure, and the whole system entirely renovated. Instead of being lowering to the system, this preparation is in the highest degree invigorating. . ENO'S 'FRUIT SALT' \ Acts as simply, yet just as powerfully, on the animal system, as sunshine doe* ? ' on the vegetable world. IT SUPPLIES THE WANT OF RIPE FRUIT. SO ESSENTIAL TO ANIMAL ECONOMY. ~ QAVTIOir.— Mmmhu mck Mil* mm* m that VU CapnO* U mark* XirffB -PXtriT BAIT. WUtomt U you Asm bttn imp-ti upon 6f « MortAbii imitatit*. grid braUCMmUU. OirtUmu fc» ? Mimlmm tmtumfu hem U prttmU 4i*4a$t. ' .... 1 ? . ? ' / .' . , PrqMrtd only at BNO'S '? FRUIT SALT ' WORKS, Vontrar St....
REMINISCENCES OF BUSHRANGING DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892
REMINISCENCES OP BUSHRANGING DAYS. Mr. Henry Alford, one of South Australia's most popular old identities, whoso death occurred on 20th February, was a first rate example of the oarly pioneer — hardy, enduring, activo and possossod of indomitable pluck. He always entered into any undertaking with an amount of energy only equalled by his old chief, the late Mr. Tolmor, with' whom ho was assooiated in many a daring adventure and risky encountor with the colonial outlaws of tho times. Ho was born at Act on, Middlesex, England, on 12th February, 1816, and came out to South Australia in tho John Pirio, schooner, 105 tons, Captain G. Martin, whioh arrived at Kangaroo Island on 16th August, 1836. Mr. Alford, then a young and singularly notivo man, was quiokly enrollod in the police forco of South Australia under tho late Major O'Halloran, thon commissioner. Ho was distinguished for his intrepidity and zeal, and wns successfully engaged in tho capture of ovor 50 oriminalH in threo years, so...
THE BABCOCK MILK TEST. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892
THE BABCOOK MILK TEST. An immonse number of inventions, eaoh of which professes to indicate tho percentage of butter fat in milk, have from timo to timo been plaocd on the mnrkot, but it remained for Dr. Subcode of the Wisconsin Experimental Station, U.S., to invent a machine whioh has stood the test of every day iiso in butter factories and has invariably shown that, when properly understood ifc accurately indicates tho butter value of milk in a fow minutes, and it also possesses the ad vantago of treating a numbor of different sam ples at tho samo timo. Whon making severnl testsatoncethe milk is first measured into bottles-, and then 17.5 c.c. sulphurio aoid is measured off in a glass measuro and pourod into tho glass bottles shown in tho uppor portion of the illustration. Tho milk, whioh is lighter, floats on tho top of tho acid. .The milk and the acid are thon mixed until tho mixture assumes a coffee like color and all the curd is dissolved. Caro must bo taken in doing this that...
JACOBSEN'S TEST CHURN. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892
JAOOBSEN'S TEST CHURN. Tho necessity for having a churn in which a number of samples of cream can be ohurned at tho one timo for testing purposes is an asoer tainod want, and soveral devices have from time to timo been invented to meet this requirement. Amongst tho bsst of' those is Jaoobson'a teat ohurn, of whioh tho abovo is an illustration. A numbor of glass jars, oaoh holding about a quart of milk or oroam, aro plaood in a shallow tub, and by nn ingonious arrangement of cog wheels tho.io are made to act as miniature churns. It would form a usoful adjunofc to a buttor factory, but it is of more value in tho laboratory of tho chemist than whon used in connection with a commercial undertaking.
BRITISH ART GALLERY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892
BRITISH ART GALLERY. The second exhibition of the Royal Anglo Australian Sooiety was opened last month at the British Art Gallery, Exhibition Building. The simplest method of dealing with the exhibits will be to follow the order of the' catalogue and begin with the main gallery, which contains the works of British artists, and' forms' in itself an 'exhibition the like of which ia'seldom sebn'in Melbourne, con taining as it does some admirable 'specimens of modern ' English art. Immediately' on entering the gallery to' the left hangs E.' G.'Wa'rrdn's Burnhatn Beeches. Landscapo painting might be roughly divided into two classes, ono which brings nature tb us direotly with its own fresh colors, and enveloped in its own atmospliore, the other whioh only presents it to us after it has passed through tho transforming influence of the studio, and is conventionalised and pioturified, with ita original savor taken out of it, and an artificial one, which we havo learnt to accept as real, sub...
AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892
Tho past month has been chiefly remarkable for drought and for great alterations of temper ature.. Light rain fell during the first week, but beyond supplying a little water for domestio use, it had very little effect. On 8th March, the thermometer rose to above 100 degroes, the day being the hottest experienced .since ,1868 ; the following day was cool, thototnporaturb grad'u-! ally loworing, On the night of the 14. -15th a gentle shower fell, which entered the soil of gardens about half an inch ; it proved reviving to the drooping vegetables, started the grass into growth, extinguishing the bush firen, whioh had been raging seriously in most parts of the colony, and enabled the farmers to proceed with their ploughing, which had not previously been begun. In the drier parts of the colony cattle had to be driven many miles to water, and the vintage has been seriously affected in some of the drier parts of the colony, orops in some of the vineyards being very light. - Mr. /Stuart Mur...
THE LATE SIR JOHN COODE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892
THE LATE SIR JOHN COODE. The, death of Sir John Ooode, tho eminent _ --engineer,' liit b ' been announced by cable. His ' name is' well known in Melbourne in con neotion with the canal at Fisherman's Bond, on tho Lower Yarra, and the proposal for the construction of docks in tho West Mel bourne swamp. Sir John Ooode was one of 'the most eminent of English civil engi neers, and was* an acaeptod authority on docks arid harbor works, a branch with which ho. was specially identified. His first important work in England which brought him into prominenoo was the construction of a harbor and . breakwater at Portland ; after which he was appointed to tho Royal Commission on Harbors of Refuge. He was also a member of the Royal Commission on Metropolitan Sewerage. His advice on important engineering questions wa3 frequently asked by corporations in many localities, including India and this colony. In 1877, tho year tho Melbourne Harbor Trust was established, he accepted an engagement to visit...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892
rriHE ILLUSTRATED AT7STBA X MAN NEWS. (Published on the 1st of Every Month). Contains, in addition to a well written Summary, of the Month ; a Full Account of the Events through out the Colonies ; also a Selection of High Class Engravings, Illustrative of Colonial Scenery, Current Events &c.,&c ''-.??'?? It has a first class sale in Australia, Tasmania, and . New Zealand, besides being well distributed through out Europe, America and the East. The Best Artists and Engravers in Australia are engaged on Thelllustrdted Australian News. SUBSCRIPTION (including postage), 8s. PEB 4NNUM. RATES for ADVERTISEMENTS :— 10s. per INCH (single column). SPECIAL LONDON OFFICE : 140 Fleet-st., E.C; FOREIGN AGENTS: LONDON. OEO. STREET and Co., 30 CornhUl, E.G. ? F. ALGAR, 11, 12 Clement's-lane, Loinbard-st. BATES, HENDY and Co., 37 Walbrook, B.C. GORDON and GOTGH, Sc. Bride-st., E.C. CLARKE, SON and PLATT, 85 Gracechurch-st. F. H. PHILLIPS, 131 Fleet-st., E.C. B. WATSON, 160 Fleet-st....
AN IMPROVED GOLD SAVING MACHINE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892
AN IMPROVED GOLD SAVING MACHINE. ? A trial of an apparatus called the Patent Grinding Pan, Amalgamator and Gold Saving Machino, designed to save 'floured' silver and Sue gold which ordinarily are lost in tailintrs of batteries, was mado at Messrs. Langlands and Co.'s foundry, South Melbourne, recently, and a great deal of interest was manifested in the result. The apparatus -consists of a oircular pan, grooved on its inner surface at an anglo of about 45 deg. from the perpendicular, and a 'muller' or die fitting exactly into the pan, but grooved in such a way on its outer surface that the ribs standing out in relief are placed at an. opposite -angle to those - in - the pan. The muller revolves at a speed of about 100 revolutions a minute, and its action on the tailings is such as to grind them up as fine as flour, the ground portions being thrown by centrifugal action against a large covering board placed on top of the machine. From this it falls down the outer circumference of the ...
ARRIVAL OF MRS. BERNARD BEERE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892
ARRIVAL OF MRS. BERNARD BEBRE. It is seldom that -an aotress is accorded a publio reception suoh as was extended to Mrs. Bernard Beere . on the 11th inBt. ; but then it ia also seldom that a lady so distinguished in her profession oomes amongst us. ? Favorites in opera bouffe and shining constellations of burlesque are common enough, and the popu larity of their incursion is shown, as a rule, by paoked houses and unstinted applause ; but Mrs. Beere is alady whose advent marks a distinct acquisition to the higher walks of the legitimate . drama. Sho'has been recognised for the last 10 years as one of the leading English speaking tragediennes ; the seal of English approval has conferred upon her a place in popular favor second to . none, and in oertain emotional and impassioned roles she ia admitted to have no superior and scarcely an ' equal, save Madame Bernbardt. Her approaoh ing appearance before Australian audiences has therefore been looked forward to with unusual interest, and ...