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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 25 October 1873
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THOUGHTS AT BISHOP PATTESON'S MONUMENT, IN CHRIST CHURCH, SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 25 October 1873
THOUGHTS Aï BISHOP PATTBSON'S MONU- MENT, IN CHRIST CHURCH, SYDNEY. I Of oki, when Bezaleel wrought, Iiis name : I Proclaira'd tho inspiration of his work. When Grecian art with Phidias reached its height, Whence but from like celestial sources ilowed, The marvellous conceptions of the brain, And deathless skill which gave to marble lifo, And made fair Athens wo ii dur of tho world? Thrice sacred art, the heritage of man Divinely born, to time no race couiiu'd Asserting thy supremacy once more, Beneath tho constellations of the south, And by the magic touch of master hand, Endowing for all time a hemisphere With masterpiece of Anglo-Saxon skill. Such wore the thoughts which, musing long, profound, Came o'er me as I, gazing, stood beneath The chancel arch of Christ Church, chequered light From storied windows toning all my mind Into that full, appreciative view O'er which lie yeniua loci holds full sway. 'Tis true, O wondrous art ! Tho saints which sleep To loving memory may be recal...
THE LATE BISHOP PATTESON. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 25 October 1873
THE LATE BISHOP PATTESON. Tnis equisite work, of which we present a copy, is from the chisel of Mr. Henry Apperly, sculptor, of this city, executed after a design by Mr. E. T. Blacket, architect. The cir- cumstances attending the death of the late Bishop Patteson are well known. One of the first movements to which the news of his death gave rise was the erection of a suitable monument to his memory in this city. ' At first it was proposed that this monument should be placed in St. Andrew's Cathedral, but the rules of the chapter for- bidding other than mural monuments, and the design being an altar tomb with a recum- bent figure, application was made for its erection in Christ Church, which church from circumstances had long been the bishop's home and chief place of worship while in Sydney. Owing principally to the munifi- cence of Miss Betts and the Kev. P. E.. S. Bailey, who held the late bishop in loving remembrance, the work was immediately undertaken. It was subsequently aided ...
THE NEW ZEALAND MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 25 October 1873
THE NEW ZEALAND MINISTRY. HON. JULIUS VOGEL, O.M.G. MR. VOGEL was born in London on tbe 24th of February, 1835, so that he is ntfw in his thirty-eighth year. In early life he had very delicate health, and was chiefly educated by masters at home. In his thirteenth year he attended the London University school, where he remained until he was past sixteen. At this age he lost both his parents. After he left school he entered the office of his grandfather, who was the head of a large house in the West Indian and South Ame- rican trade. It was intended Mr. Vogel should acquire a knowledge of mercantile pursuits, with the view of proceeding to South America, where, through his connec- tions, .good prospects would have awaited him. But when the Victorian goldfields be- came famous he waa seized with the restless fever to visit them which attacked so many young men, and, against the advice of his friends, he proceeded to the new El Dorado. Before leaving, however, he went through a course o...
ILLUSTRATED SYDNEY NEWS ALMANAC FOR 1874. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 25 October 1873
ILLUSTRATED SYDNEY NEWS ALMANAC FOR 1S74. j THIS standard almanac for the coming year ; is in a forward state of publication, and will I be ready for issue shortly. It will contain a ! coloured code of signals, the probable state : of the weather throughout the year com 1 puted on Dr. Herschel's weather tables, ! several interesting special pages on farm ; work generally, invaluable hints for every , body, and an article on Diet and Health, j These are some of the features, in addition i to the usual almanac matter, which will be j all carefully and accurately revised. Agents and country residents should lose 1 no time in ordering this most popular and cheapest almanac in the colonies.
INSTITUTION FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB AND THE BLIND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 25 October 1873
INSTITUTION FOE THE DEAF AND DUMB AND THE BLIND. THE Aunnal Meeting of this admirable institution was held on the afternoon of Monday, October 20, in the large school- room. The attendance was unusually large -the hall being filled to overflowing, an indication of the wide-spread and increasing interest which is felt in the philanthropical objects of the institute. A large proportion of thc audience consisted of ladies, while the platform was occupied by many gentlemen who take a deep interest in the welfare of those members of- society, who are deaf and dumb or blind. The children resident in the institution, numbering some fifty or sixty, wore stationed at thc entrance end of the apartment, and testified by their cleauly appearance aud happy looks the care bestowed upon their comfort and well-being. The walls were decorated with drawings, &c. -the work of the pupils. His Excellency, Sir Hercules Robinson, occupied the chair, supported on the right by the Lord Bishop of Syd...
VIEW ON THE TAMAR. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 25 October 1873
VIEW ON THE TAMAR. IN this issue we give a view on the river Tamar, about seven miles below Launceston, from a pencil drawing by the well-known Tasmanian artist, Mr. E. Beauchamp. The distance shows a portion of the eastern tiers, commencing with Mount Barrow, and termi- nating with the bluff of Ben Lomond. The middle distance shows the eastern bank of the Tamar, with the pretty homestead of Newnham ; and in the foreground are the cultivated paddocks and gardens of the west Tamar district. Oue of the T.S.N. Com- pany's steamers is represented outward bound. The locality will be at once recog- nised by all who are acquainted with the scenery on the Tamar. _
H. I. H. THE GRAND DUCHESS MARIA ALEXANDROWNA OF RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 25 October 1873
í H. I. H. THE GRAND DUCHESS MARIA ALEXANDROWNA OP RUSSIA. I Oîi the Continent of Europe the marriage j which is about to take place between the i Duke of Edinburgh and the Grand Duchess Maria of Russia is considered one of the greatest political events of the day, but in Euglish circles it is generally talked of as a pure love affair on both sides. The Duke lirst made acquaintance with his betrothed while he was on a visit to St. Petersburg as a middy. He is said to have fallen in love with her there and then, and to have entertained the idea of marriage to her ever since. In the spring of the present year the Duke visited the Grand Duchess and her mother at Sor- rento, and from that time negotiations have been busily conducted for the union, which, after some few difficulties, have been most satisfactorily concluded. One of the dif- ficulties arose out of a desire on the part of the Imperial family that the Duke should live part of the year in Russia, and it is probable that he wi...
OUR SUPPLEMENT. " THE SLEEPING SCOUT." [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 25 October 1873
OUIt SUPPLEMENT. " THE SLEEPING SCOUT." j THE subject we have illustrated iu our sup j plement is a peculiar phase of aboriginal life Í in Australia. So accustomed is the Austra- lian savage to warfare of a most treacherous character, that he is ever on the alert to pre- vent reprisals ; and as even his watchfulness cannot resist an appeal to his appetite, he usually, while sleeping off the effects of a gluttonous meal, transfers the duty of senti j nel to some other member of the tribe. The task of acting as "scout" thus frequently ! devolves, like most of the unpleasant offices, j upon the women-folk. During the earlier j period of their lives, the young " gins " are j not so utterly repulsive in appearance as those of middle and latter age. The maiden ! in our picture is no bad specimen of her class before they are handed over to a lord and master, whose favours are generally bestowed over the head with a " nulla nulla ;" and and who varies this amusement by vocife- rously squabb...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 25 October 1873
THE FOLLOWING EXTRACT FROM A LETTER dated 15th May, 1872, from an old inhabitant of Horninfrsham, near Warminster, Wilts : - '. I must also beg to say that your Pills are an excellent Medicine for me, and I certainly do enjoy good health, sound sleep, am) a good appetite ; this is owing to taking your Pills. I am 7S years old. Remaining, Gentlemen, vows verv respectfullv. To t he Proprietors of ' ' ' L.S. NORTON'S CAMOMILE PILLS, London
PORT DARWIN. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 25 October 1873
PORT DARWIN. ON page 1, we give an engraving, from a very recent photograph, of Port Darwin. Although for many long years this portion of &nbsp; our Australian coast has been an unknown land, it has, since the formation of the &nbsp; Anglo-Australian telegraph, been quite fam- &nbsp; iliar to colonial ears ; more especially since it &nbsp; has become the El Dorado of the North—since the fabulous tales of golden wealth has &nbsp; reached us—has it become not only a spot of &nbsp; interest, but the home of fortune seeking &nbsp; hundreds. Whether the golden dreams of &nbsp; those who have voyaged thither will ever be &nbsp; realized, or, if so, whether the excessive cli- &nbsp; mate and other hardships will leave sufficient &nbsp; strength for the enjoyment of the fortunes so &nbsp; obtained, are problems that only time can &nbsp; solve. At various points of Australian &nbsp...
The New South Wales Agriculturist and Grazier. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 25 October 1873
Site ¡pero loutit Hales ^grimllimfit and (frazier. WASTE NOT." 'TRUTH WITHOUT FEAR OR FAVOUR.' WANT NOT." DAYS OF| WEEK & MONTH. SUN. Í/3 MOON. 11TH MONTH.] ALMANAC EOE, NOVEMBER,, ISIS. [30 DAYS. Mean Temperature.66-0 Averaira Í Fal1 . . -2-915 Average Daya&lt;ilo^ Sat. Sun. Mon. Tu. Wed. Th. Fri. ih.m 5- 0| 4-50 4-58 4-571 5|4-56; 64-55' 714-541 h.m 6-27 6-2S' 0-29 ö-30| 6-31 fi-32 6-33' h.m. 2- 57 3- 30 4- 1 [Brit. Empire, 1858 India incorpor. with [Darling, 1830 Mitchell explored the (6) Peabody d. 1869 O [friar's Brid., 18601 Queen op. new Black-] R. 7-14p.nl 8'24 9-32 Day's length, 18h. 29m. \h.mi 84-54 9 4-53' 4-53 4-52 4-51 ¡4-50 4-50 h.m] 6-34 6-35 6 36 6-37 h.m. 10- 34 11- 28 j [Orleans, 1870] ¡Prussians evacuated ¡Luther born 14S3 O'lSa.m'.lst Vic. Legisla. 1851 0-52 a 0-391 1-24 [poss, of N. Z., 1769 39] 1-53 '(16) Capt. Cook took] Day's Length, 13h. 42m. h.m 4-49 4-48 4-48 4-471 1914-47] 20 4-46 ,214-461 h. m| 6-40 6-41 6-42 6-43 6-44 6-45 6-46' h.m. 2-1...
ON HORSE SHOEING. THE FOOT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 25 October 1873
ON HORSE SHOEING. THE FOOT. ON tlie serviceable condition of his horse must largely depend the pleasure as well as the profits of the owner. However perfect the animal may be in form, in temper, and in character for his work, he must have sound feet to carry him, or all bis other fine qualities are valueless. On the condition of his feet rests, in a great measure, bis power of going pleasantly to himself and to his master. The main strength of an army has ever laid in its power of rapidity of move- ment. This power mainly depends upon the soundness of the feet of the men. And the state of the feet of the horse regulates the amount and utility of his work. Foot lame- ness is seldom witnessed among horses in their native state. Soreness may occasion- ally occur, but a little quiet soon removes it. Accidents may of course happen to them, but so they do even when under human care. When man, however, thiuks he is the supe- rior in knowledge, and would direct and order the laws of nature ...
MILKING AND CARE OF MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 25 October 1873
MILKING AND CARE OP MILK. IK our article on the value of some of the necessaries of life produced by our agricul- turist, which will be found on page 14 of this issue, it will be seen that the value of the milk» butter, and cheese consumed by our population amounts to no less a sum than £727 499 annually. S o important an industry requires the most judicious, careful, and expert management to derive from it the fullest benefit it is capable of affording, which we think the highly intelligent and thoroughly practical remarks explain in the following paper by W. H. Rayner, of Lake Mills, Wisconsin, U. S., was read at a meeting of the Dairymen's Association : The subjects assigned me (milking, and the care of milk before leaving the farm), are important to all, whether directly or indi- rectly connected with the dairy. They are important to the producer, because by a careful study and practice of the best me- thods, he will receive a better return for his labour and capital invested. T...
FERN BOWER, NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 25 October 1873
FERN BOWER, NEW ZEALAND. NEW ZEALAND IS a great country for ferns. They are everywhere throughout the islands, forming, if not the most prevalent, yet a most peculiar feature of the flora. " The traveller," says Hochstetter in his compre- hensive work, " from whatever country, on arriving in New Zealand, finds himself sur- rounded by a vegetation that is almost wholly new to him, and two peculiarities will appear striking before all others, that is, an abundance of bushes and ferns, and a want of meadows and flowers, which is to be accounted for by the scarcity of grasses and annual plants. What, from afar, ap- pears by the side of immense tracts of forest, covering hill and dale, to be open land or meadows, is, on a closer observation, found to consist of bushes of the size of a man, and when grasses, weeds, and che- quered flowerage were expected, only uni- form ferns and bushes, with some scanty white blossoms, are to be seen." A little further on he says :-" On entering the ' bu...