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Opening of P.N. Russell & Co.'s New Railway Carriage Factory. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 March 1870

Opening pf P.N. Russell & Oo.'s New Railway Carriage Factory. Tho opening of this now factory, which tho Mei Russell have built sinco tho acceptance of their li contract for tho supply of rolling stock, about tw months since, took place on Tuesday, and was oelebri by a luncheon got up on a scale of great magnifiée and laid out in tho upper division of the build which had been most tastefully decorated with flags of all nations, evergreens, wreaths of flowers, ornamental shrubs. At tho top of tho banque room a vory handsome imperial coat of arms nppca above which was beautifully lettered flowerets tho legend "Advance Australia." luncheon M'as supplied by M. Coinpagn and ovidbntly regardless of expense, comprchent tho choicest delicacies both solid and fluid. At al ll o'clock tho guests began to arrive, and on entoi tho now building they found tho machinery in . operation, and hundreds ,of mechanics and nrtificer work. Tho largo steam engino which drove the volu nous and intii...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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Testimonial to the Hon. John Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 March 1870

Testimonial to the Hon. John Robertson. A PRELIMINARY meeting of tho friends of tho Hon. John Robertson, and admirers of his political career, took place on Monday afternoon last, at the Metropolitan Hotel, King-street, to con sider what steps should bo taken towards present ing that gentleman with a substantial recognition of his public services. Amongst those prosent were : Tho Hon. 0. Cowper, CM. G. ; Hon. S. D. Gordon, Hon. Saul Samuel, Hon. E. C. Weekes, Messrs. R. Driver, M.P. ; T. Garrett, M.P. ; George Thornton, J. G. Raphael, - Dillon, M.P. ; T. Hale, and about thirty other gentlemen. On tho motion of Mr. Driver, seconded by Mr. Raphael, Mr. Weekes took tho chair and said they were all aware of the object of the meeting, which was simply a preliminary one, to take steps to show their appreciation of the Hon. John Robertson's public career. As the meeting was simply preliminary he would, without further preface, leave it to some gentleman present to move a resolu tion in fur...

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[?] OFFICE OF PUBLICATION, 190 PITTSTREET, SYDNEY. Contents of this Issue. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 March 1870

ïgf OFFICE OF PUBLICATION, 190 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. - Contents of tills Issue. .?Telegrams -Editorial Notes .. .. .. .. 3" Parliamentary Proceedings-West Sydney Election ? Testimonial to Hon. John Robertson.. .. ..4,5 Opening of Messrs. Russell's new Railway Carriage* Factory-Insolvent Court, &c. .. .. .. (I Music and the Drama-New Zealand Nows-Hunter River District.7 leaders-Tho Live Stock of tho Colony-Dangers of Domestic Discord .. .. .. .. . . S Men of the Ago-John Stuart Mill (with Portrait) .. 0 The Weather, and the Lato Floods in Queensland-Towns »nd Villages of New South Wales .. .. .. 10 Science-Invention-Construction.-Tho Tallest Chininoy - in tho World-Making Chains without AVelding - ".. Donaldson's Floating Bridge-Tho Variable Star, Eta Argus -'Planchette (with illustration) - Mines and ;vrMining-The Adelong Reefs - Tho Bolubula Gold ,i- ?" fields-Perseverance Quartz-Crushing Company .. ll Mining Items .. .. .. .. .. ..12 ' The Grazier. ^-Horses for India-Mr. Ro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 March 1870

THE MERCANTILE BANK 03? SYDNEY allowa interest on FIXED DEPOSITS at tho following rates, viz. : For S months, at 4 par cont, per annum. 0 ditto, at 5 ditto ditto 12 ditto, at 6¿ ditto ditto IS ditto, at 0 ditto ditto. ? Ey order of tho Directors, 0. a. D'ALBEDYHLL, Manager. USTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY. Established 1840. MUTUAL LIFE OFFICE. PROFITS BELONG EXCLUSIVELY TO HEILDERS. Porsons assuring their Live3 should consider what SECUR ITY tho Institution they select has to offer. FINANCIAL POSITION OF TUE SOCIETY IN 1800 . ' Tlio Sum assured amounts to .£4,000,000 Tho Gross Income exceeds. £200,000 Tho Accumulated Funds exceed.4002,000 Roverslonary Bonus declared . .. . .. .. £468,003 Claims poid to Mombofs ... .. .. .. £200,000 Reservo Fund .. ... v. . £50,000 THE ASSETS. OF.THE ASSURANCE-PUND AMOUNTED TO 70 PER CENT. OP TUE , ENTIRE' ASSURANCE PREMIUMS RECEIVED BV THE HOCIETV. * S" '. THE SOCIETY HAS UPWARDS OP 10,060 MEMBERS. Tho Quinquennial Report, showing tho Society's s...

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The Turf. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 March 1870

The Turf. THINCS aro quiet enough in tho turf lino this week ; and little enough is available as nows. Tho groat events of the autumn are, however, drawing nearer ; and the note of preparation for Randwick and Home bush is already sounding ; as is apparont by the open ing of the Randwick course for gallops, and tho decla ration of tho" £4 forfeit for the Sydnoy Cup. Tho course is now in capital order ; and several of the nags in work at Randwick have had gallops on it during tho week. Among these may be mentioned Circassian, The Dane, and Florence, all of whom go well. The Metropolitans who assisted at Bathurst re turned in tho early part of the week, with the excep tion of Mr. Tait, who came down on Friday intending to leave for Melbourne with his two year old filly, Florence, by tho City of Adelaide on Saturday. The weather was so stormy on Saturday that the steamer was kept back until next morning ; and then it had moderated so little that Mr. Tait did not think it ad visable to ...

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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 March 1870

i Answers to Correspondents. i "S. E. U."-The Pigeon Matches advertised to be shot off at Goulburn on St. Patrick's Say are for all comers. "Tempus."-Yattendon's milo and a quarter-2.124 ; and i Glencoo's milo-1.40. "W. H."-Kaizer is by New Warrior, from Kedar ; and Mr. Tait's Pyrrhus, lato Kelso, is his full brother. Both were bred by Mr. Charles Reynolds, of Tocal. Dubious."-4,1, C, 2, 5, 3, you peg a run of six. Whist."-You can score your honors at any time before the trump card is turned for the next hand. PED."-Mr. Harris, the Victorian champion runner, did ISO yards in fifteen seconds, in his race with Boulton oi New Zealand.

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West Sydney Election. DECLARATION OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 March 1870

West Sydney Election. DECLARATION" OF THE POLL. Nothing daunted hy the incessant rain, alargo crowd of the West Sydney electors assembled on Wed nesday afternoon, in Wynyard Squaro, to hear tho result of tho election, the yard round the Post-office being quite filled. About half-past five the Return ing-Officer Mr. John Williams, J.P., arrived, and at once proceeded'to declare tho Btate of tho poll. He announced that for Mr. John Stewart 1832 votes had been recorded, for the Hon. John Robertson 2482, and for Mr. Eagar 12. Therefore it became his duty to declare the Hon. John Robertson duly elected. At the mention' of Mr. Robertson's namo and the announcement of his victory thero was enthusiastic and prolonged cheering. Terrific howls wore dedicated to Mr. Stewart, and loud laughter to Mr. Eagar. The Rev. Dr. LANG returned thanks on behalf of tho successful candidate. Ho stated that as Mr. Robertson was not a little excited by the circum stances of his victory, and as his innate mode...

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THURSDAY, MAHCH 3. QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 March 1870

THURSDAY, MAHCH 3. QUESTIONS. Mi1. LEK asked tho Colonial becretary-ls it the in tention of tho Government to introduce this session a bill to amend tho Act ll Vic, No. 30, to admit of the more effectual punishment of persons convicted of in decent assaults upon fórnalo children under tho ago of twelve years ? Mr. COWPER said tho Government had not at pre sent arrived at any such determination. Mr. ONSLOW asked the Secretary for Public Works 1. Havo tho Government purchased any condemned rail way sleepers during the year 18G9-70 ; if so, how many? 2. Who from, and what is the price paid for thom ? _ 3. Havo any of such sleepers been used for relaying between Sydney and Parramatta ? Mr. SUTHERLAND replied : 1. Yes; 9589. 2. Tho names of parties and tho prices wero shown in tho list now laid on tho table. 3. Yes; by "condemned sleepers" they meant those which were not largo enough for tho contractors, according to tho specifications. But | they answered well on other lines, and were p...

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TUESDAY. NORTHERN GOLD-FIELDS ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 March 1870

TUESDAY. NORTHERN GOLD-FIELDS ELECTORATE. Tho SPEAKER read n lotter from Mr. Robert Wis dom, olecting to sit for tho Lower Hunter, and resigning Iiis scat for tho Northern Gold-fields. Tho SPEAKER ^ulso informad tho Houso that tho writ for tho Northern Gold-fields was roturned on tho 21st Janunry. Tho eight weeks had not therofore elapsed. GRANT OF THE SITE OF THE INFIRMARY. Mr. S. BRO'VYN moved-' ' That having considered tho papors relating to tho Syihioy Iniinimry, ordored on the 13th October, 1868, and 19th January, 1869, to be printed, this House is of opinion that tho Govern ment should at ouco cause to be issued to the trusties of such Infirmary a grant of tho land situate in Mao quurie-strcet, Sydnoy, referred to in such papors." After a longthy debate, MK. PARKES moved that tho matter should be referred to a select committee., consisting of Messrs. Cowper, S. C. Brown, Clarke, Vcarno, Dodds, "Wilson, Piddington, King, webb, and tho mover. Ho took occasion to add that he cnto...

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NEW ZEALAND. Via Melbourne, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 March 1870

NEW ZEALAND. I Via Melbourne, Monday Night. I The steamship Tarama has arrived with dates to I , the 15th February. r --,--J-.-. I Te Kooti was dofeatod ut, Qhuromutn. Sixteen rebels wore-killod, and three wounded. To Kooti is hommod in. I Commercial atmosphoro gloomy. Thero aro many local failures. - Dunedin, Fobruavy 18. Tho Times comments strongly on tho withdrawal of tho 18th Regiment. Nnpior, February 14. The colonial forcos oro pursuing To Kooti at Ure wera.

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THIRD AND FOURTH DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 March 1870

TIIIBD AND FOURTH DAYS. The full particulars of the last day's play aro not yet to hand, bat by telegram we aro enabled to give tho scores of each man. Tho intercolonial matoh of 1870 was won by Victoria by 265 runs. The following are tho scores: VICTORIA. FIKST INNINGS. ' . Gordon, 2215-1211211, b Jones .. .. .. 22 R. W. Warrill], 2221221412111 2, run out .. 24 W. Campbell, 111 411 2 11, c E. Gregory, b Lawrenco 13 D. Campbell, 13, run out .. .. .. 4 Robertson, 11311111 2 3233111121 2, b Coates.. 32 Kelly, 114413211313112 ll 131311211 2, run out .. .. .. .. .. .. 63 Cosstick, b Sheridan .. .. ., .. ..0 Phillips, 111 1 2 2 3 1 2, not out .. .. .. 14 Conway, 1, b Sheridan .. .. .. 1 Wills, 11111 3 4 1, 1 b w, b Xawronco .. .. 13 Reid, c N". Thompson, b Lawrcnco .. .. 0 Byes, 2 .. .. .. .. ..2 Leg byes, 21.. .. ., .. ..3 Total.181 Wickets fell thus :-1, 44; 2, 54 ; 8, GI ; 4, 65 ; 5, 147 ; 6,147 ; 7,155 ; 8, 158 ; 9,181 ; 10, 181. Bowling Analysis. - Victoria.-First Innings.-Two penny...

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THE INTERNATIONAL PEDESTRIAN MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 March 1870

TELE INTERNATIONAL PEDESTRIAN MATCHES. J. G. HARMS V. FRANK HEWITT FOR 500 A-SIDE. Tko fourth deposit ofLlOO a-sido was duly posted and both men are reported well. Hewitt having* recovered from his sprain, has been doing work, and Harris is in capital trim, so that there is every proba bility of both men being flt and well on tho day. Tho backers of each aro very confident of success, and the betting is about even ; if either has tho call, it is Hams. The 150, 200 and 300 yards takes place to-day, and the 100 yards and mile on Monday next. MORRICE AND MANNING.-These two "peds" met on tho Ha'penny last Saturday, the distances to bo run were 50, 100, and 150 yards for £10. About half-past 5 both men appeared on tho scratoh for tho 50 yards event, they were in excellent trim, Morrice being favorite for tho shortest distance, -while Manning's friends were very confident that their man would pull off tho 100 and 150 yards. A fine start was effected, but Morrice soon took tho lead and eve...

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Dangers of Domestic Discord. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 March 1870

Dangers of Domestic Discord. GREAT deal has been spoken and written, with more or less good sense or otherwise, on the subject of the defence of these colonies against foreign aggression ; and latterly some of our good friends in England, who seem, like Hamlet, to lack employment, have been banding themselves into leagues and societies with the avowed object of defending us against the Mother-Country. As regards the latter service,, we need not repeat that it is unwel come and unnecessary, because we have no complaint of England, and the opinions of the colonists on the subject are now known all over Europe ; and with reference to invasion or attack by a foreign enemy, although such a contingency is not to be despised, it does not immediately threaten. But there is another danger, more formidable-more destructive than either bf these, which is growing to a head daily in- our midst, and which does threaten to bring upon the people-it-may be upon the next generation-the worst calamiti...

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The Weather—The Late Floods in Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 March 1870

The Weather-The Late Floods in Queensland. THE recent intenso heat of tho atm sphere will prepare those who reside localities subject to sudden inundation : iloods which they' cannot avert, but may p< sibly guard against. Wc arc not.aware tl it has yet been authoritatively ascertain what degree of high temperature the hum; constitution can bear. In thc torrid zo men live and multiply, and, to some cxtci tho back is made to bear the burden, just wo aro taught that the wind is tempered tho shorn lamb. But this is an inquirii age, and people who aro not satisfied with tl simple announcement that it is very hot, unseasonably cold, will naturally desire ascertain thc reason of these changes, lt seen reasonable to suppose that the moisture the earth and sea, absorbed for a time hy tl influence of thc sun, must be returned to tl place whence it came, in thc due order nature ; but tho atmospheric currents mi divert it to a long distance from the pla< where it was princ...

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MELBOURNE. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 March 1870

MELBOURNE. Thursday. . The New South Wales cricketing team return by the City of Adelaide, which sails to-day. The matches between Han-is and Hewittt, for Saturday, attract a good deal of. attention. The last deposit has been made, and Hewitt has quite re covered from his sprain. Draper, the Commercial Bank defaulter, will be tried on other charges. The new Episcopal Colloge will be opened early next year. The site is near the University. Acceptances for the Australian Cup : Strop, Glencoe, Protor, Kestrel, Milesian, Flying Dutch man, Freetrader, Norma, Moonbeam, Duke of Mon trose, Lily, and Monkey. AUTUMN HANDICAP.-Protor, Glencoe, Sir Walter, Milesian, Flying Dutchman, Freetrader, Moonbeam, Duke of Montrose, Sheet Anchor, Lily, Skysail, Matilda. The other races aro well filled. Mr. H'Pherson has laid upon the . table of the House a letter from tho Tasmanian Government, inviting a Conference of the Australian and New Zealand colonies on tho subject of Customs Union. The Conference ...

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The Fatal Fire in St. Pancras. (From the Echo,December 28.) [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 March 1870

: The Fatal Pire in St. Pancras. ! i .., I,, (Jfypm;the Écho,december 28.J'.¡. - r.ü.:_,yvTüló',''thouBándB/;of hornes woro brightened by ehristinas firesi and. happy1 littlo childi- oin i gathered round Christmas trees, loaded by fond parents -with gifts arid .toys, there waa ono houso in the midst of 'rús^h^.^e^ó|üláréÍL' wore ondifring the most dread--' ; fuPdeätbs;^ tho Christmas fifo Ayas' the fiin'oral pile' of "a'whblo hapless family. Nothing ?waai'jóyor.mofo simplejV nothing moro horrible. ..The father ' ' of ethe' family, ai poheo conßtablojnariied ; BeetlesoriV."spent' his "phxistnias Day with his young ' wife arid''Uttrö'ones^in'theiröoms he rented < for thom at Í2 Sandwich-streetj-Judd--sti:eet. His fárilily con-', sistedof'hWjwife,^ agéd'thirty^who had been'confined qf á boy thö'pfevious Sunday,' and who was Btill of course weak;arid in bed ; ¡two little girls,' Francés and \ Alicoj" ofion'* arid five years bid ; and1 a "little boy, ¡ Frank Beetlèson,''"bf Th...

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The Pantin Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 March 1870

The Pantin Tragedy. iPhA trial of Joan Baptiste Trauppman, aged nL for tho murder of tho Emoh family, com tw Matthe Cour d'Assises of the Soino, on the SSSDecember. The court and its precincts were wid bv persons eager to get a sight of the mur crowuou;_,yrcase was heard before a president and r^v» ^residents of the court. Our roadors are 0f?cquainted with the general, facts of the "nor has [anything that occurred at the trial fdfld to alter circumstances as already recorded. STfiiirine of the cause extended over three days, í at 9 o'clook on the evening . of the 30th Decem T ¡¿ onded. Tho prisoner was condemned to Srt TTnon hearing the sentenced pronounced, îrSùIedPand bowel politely to the" Court. Tho fnllowinff extracts from the report of the trial 11 servo to furnish an illustration Of tho modo of Steting criminal prosecutions in the French courts as compared with oui- own. The Acte^ d Tmation and tho names of tho witnesses having feen read over, the examination of tho prisoner ...

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Frightful Accident at the Bristol Theatre. (From the Times, December 30.) [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 March 1870

Frightful Accident at the Bristol Theatre. (From tho Times, December 30.) Tho circumstances under which oightoen porsons were suffocated or crushed to death on Monday evening at Bristol, ' appear to have beon as foUows:-On Boxing-day, as oarly as 5 in tho after noon, tho part of tho outer passago leading to tho gallery was already crowded ; and boforo tho doors were opened, at half-past 6, hot only WBB the wholo passage closely packed with people, hut a douse crowd, many times larger than could he con tained in tho thoatro, blooked up tho thoroughfare of Park-row itself, and extended for n considerable distance. The crowd both in Park-row and in tho passago, contained a largo portion of women and moro children, and also a largo portion of mon, who woro rendered excited and reckless by drink. It is probablo that many women and children wont early' by reason of their comparativo helplessness nnd as the only course by which they could hope to obtain good places ; and that for this reas...

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THE AUSTRALIAN Town & Country Journal SYDNEY, SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1870. The Live Stock of the Colony. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 March 1870

. . THE AUSTRALIAN SYDNEY, SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1870." The Live Stock of the Oolony. "TÄTE lately published Mr. Bruce's report on * * the sheep and cattle of the colony for the year 1869. It is elaborately drawn up, and the facts -which it presents are commented on . with, much acumen and clearness by Mr. Bruce. On the whole it is one of the most creditable productions of thc kind which we have read for some time, and must be of considerable service to the public. We shall glance at a few of the loading features of the report. The number of sheep in the colony on the 1st of January, 1869, was 17,000,000 in round figures, showing an increase in the space of eight years of nearly nine millions. From the tabulated statement of the yearly returns of the number of sheep since 1860, it appears that tho periods of the greatest pro portional inorease were between 1863-64, and 1866-67. In the latter period tho inorease was enormous, nearly three and a half millions, or one-third of the entire ...

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THIRD DAY—FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 March 1870

THIllD DAY-FBIDAY. The conhiiied attraction, of fine weather and a fine . programme brought out a rattling attendance on the course, and if sunshine and splendid racing could I satisfy the crowds of visitors, surely they had to-day ; nothing to complain of. Everything went off well ; . and tho only thing to mar the enjoyment, was tho scratching of Mr. Tait's pair for. their engagements t which was made necessary because their owner and ¡Charley Stanley had to bo in Sydney on Saturday ' morning, to leave by tho steamer for Melbourne, with . tho two-year-old Florence. About eleven o'clock there commenced a regular stampede from town, and whilo every available nug and " knacker's-drag " wis to bo | ' soon caroming along, tho "footb.ick" division were wonderfully numerous. Tho Volunteer Band played ' lots of enlivening music during thc afternoon, and added materially to tho general onjoyiucur; Tho ball opoucd with the Prince of "Wales Stakes, which brought out tho same quartetto as cont...

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