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MINING MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 8 June 1872

MINING MANAGERS' REPORTS. Lucknow, six men s ground-Still sinking straight shaft ; some fine looking veins come into the shaft during the week, bearing gold, expect to cut the reef in about 20 feet ; sinking moderately hard. Three veins at least proved to be in the ground, viz., Star of Hope, Great Britain Amalgamated, and Eisentadter's. t United Prospecting Co., Chamber's Creek, 20 acres at Öppossum Gully.-The mining agent (John Cahill, jun.) reports-still en- gaged trenching and opening up the veins, which look exceedingly well. Great Mistake. Job's Line of Reef, Green Valley.-John Cahill, Jun., reports - still sinking straight shaft, progressing rapidly ; sinking rather hard. Prince of Wales G. M. Co., Macquarie River.-The tunnel is 63 feet in at present, and the ground is very good. The contract- ors are pushing the work night and day. There are about 30 tons of quartz at grass, showing fine gold very well. -Isaac Noake, Mining Manager, June 1st, 1872. . Niagara Company haye fin...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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RE-INTRODUCTION OF COOLIE LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 8 June 1872

HE-INTRODUCTION OF COOLIE LABOUR. WE have been favoured with a communica- tion from a correspondent in Queensland, with regard to the above subject, and have also received a set of forms issued by the Queensland Government, for the protection of the Indian labourers so engaged. From the circular accompanying these, we learn that C. W. Maclean, Esq., J.P., of Beau- champ Plantation, Caboolture, is about to proceed to India for the purpose of engaging Malabars to emigrate to Queensland, in order to work the sugar and cotton plantations ; and that he invites the co-operation of other j planters who wish to secure similar labour. | The Malabars are described as trained to field-work in their owu country, docile, and obedient. The Government Act requires that application be first made to the Pro- tector of Indian Immigrants, by the planter, as to the number of labourers he wishes to engage. Another form of agreement regu- lates the amount of wages to be paid, gradu- ated by the age of th...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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CUTTING AND BLOCKING PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 8 June 1872

CUTTING AND BLOCKING PRESS. We Lave much pleasure in drawing attention to our illustration of a very useful piece of machinery, exhibited at the late Intercolonial Metropolitan Exhibition. It is a " cut- ting and blocking press," for the manufacture of preserved meat tins, and was constructed by Mr. James Merritt, of Liverpool and Kent Streets, to whom first prize was awarded. At a time like the present, when meat preserving is exciting the attention of capitalists, and promises to become one of the staple industries of the land, it is well that we have among us machinists of ability and enterprise, to construct and bring into notice the neces- sary machinery for saving expense and labonr. The rather heavy castings connected with this press weighed about sixteen hundredweight, and were all manufactured at the establish- ment of Mr. Merritt. The dies are of a novel construction, having a spring wheel, which clears the tin from the die when completed, thus making the machine self-deli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 8 June 1872

NOTICE. MORSON'S EFFECTUAI REMEDIES Are sold by all Chemists aud Druggists throughout the World. PEPSINE-The popular and professional medicine for indigestion is MORSON'S PEPSINK, the active principle of the gastric juice ; tho careful and regular use of which restorea the natural functions of the stomach, giving once more strength to the body. In Powder, Lozenges, and Globules, and _ also as Wine in J, \, and 1 pint Bottles. .*o OHLORODYNE has now obtained such universal celebrity it can scarcely be considered a speciality, its composition being known to most European practitioners. Many of the Chlorodynes of commerce not being of uniform strength, hos induced MORSON AND SON to compound their preparation. Sold in i-oz., 1, and 2-oz. Bottles. GELATINE-The purest preparation of this nutritious agent extant is MORSON'S. PEPTIC FOOD for Invalids and Infants, digestible, nutritious, aud palatable. Sold in £-lb. , and 1-lb. tins. > »All the above are carefully packed and shipped to or...

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TAMBAROORA TWENTY YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 8 June 1872

TAMBAROORA TWENTY YEARS AGO. IN this speculative season when the rage for gold is so intense, and popular attention is generally attracted to the district of Tamba- roora, some brief memoranda concerning this famous field in the earliest gold-digging an nala of the colony may not prove uninterest- ing. The Bathurst district generally was thus described in one of our leading journals : ." To an unscientific eye the gold country consists of a mass, not of ranges, but appa- rently of points of ranges, thrown together without any regular arrangement, but dove- tailing into one another like the teeth of two saws placed close together, face to face ; these teeth again being cut into smaller pieces by narrow precipitous gullies, many of j them nearly as deep as the main creek itself. I Small creeks, twist and twine down these j narrow gullies, which have a sudden bend I every half dozen yards into the Summer-hill or main creek, which twists and twines like the others, but on a larger scale...

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Literature. ONLY HER WOMAN'S WIT TO AID HER. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 8 July 1872

Ktteraturt« ONLY HER WOMAN'S WIT TO AID HER. BY ARIEI,. CHAPTER I. I AM fifty years of age. I am an old maid. I am more than plain now; even with the freshness of youth upon me, no one would have so far forfeited his pretensions to good taste as to call me pretty. Until about two years ago I worked hard for a living, and had little time for any of the mere senti- ments of existence, however beautiful they might be. Still I had in me capabilities which, might be developed into strong sympathies and affections, if only the developing power were applied to them, capabilities latent now and likely to remain latent to the end of this earthly life. Not an interesting character, mine-that of an unloved and unlovely old woman, to whom Nature appeared to have given not one single compensation for her many deficiencies. But patience, dissatisfied and supercritical reader ; these few remarks upon my own history are but incidental to an episode in the life of a far brighter being than myself. T...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 8 July 1872

MYSTEHr. SECRET. HENRIETTA. LUÍ LINE. QUEEN. WANDERER. HAYDEE. GirSEV. TH E OPENING CRUISE OF THE PORT PHI LL IP YACHT CLUB ON 24TH MAY, 18 7 2 -SEE PAGE 7.

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TOWNSHIP OF PICTON, N.Z [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 8 July 1872

TOWNSHIP OF PICTON, N Z Few people who have studied the early history of New Zealand but h ive met with a description of Queen Charlotte Sound, in whioh Captain Cook used to rendezvous with his ships, while exploring and surveying the ooast. Situated at the head of thia sound is the town of Picton, which until within the past few years, was the chief town of the province of Marlborough, until internal dis- agreements and local jealousies caused the removal of the government buildings to a plain on whioh is built the, now oalled chief, town of Blenheim. The outlets from the in- terior of the province are at present by way of ports Underwood and Picton, but as the approach to the former is by way of a river navigable for only very small boats, any superior mode of loco- motion would be gladly welcomed, and quiokly taken advantage of. This con- nection of the interior with a navigable port will shortly be accomplished by the railway just about to he commenced, between Picton and Blenhe...

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BINDA SCHOOL HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 8 July 1872

PRINCIPAL MINES ON' HAWKINS' HILL, T A M BA ii U. u ll A. BINDA SCHOOL HOUSE. Binda is a small village in JNevv South Wales, situated about one ' hundred and eighty-five railes N.N.E. from Sydney, and fifty miles N.N.W. of Goulburn. The en graving includes the whole of the -village, viz., the Churoh of England edifice, the B^hool-house, the Farmers' Home Hotel, at- tached to which is a grocer's and a draper's Bhop, and the blacksmith's. The school- house is a very fair specimen of country sohool-houBeB, with the master's dwelling, as are to be found in the bush some two or three hundred miles from the metropolis. It is a substantial slab building, with accommoda- tion for eighty ohildren. Two aores of ground have been reserved for school pur- poses, thus giving the little ones a spacious play-ground, whioh is well fenced. The churoh, whioh is in the diooese of the Bishop of Goulburn, is a small substantial stone building, in whioh divine service is celebrated on one Thursday afterno...

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TAMBAROORA TWENTY YEARS AGO. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 8 July 1872

TAMBAROORA TWENTY YEARS AGO. (Continued.) WE continue our description of the Western Gold Fields, and the opinions expressed as to their capabilities, as published in various quarters twenty years since. "The Turon," says a report printed at that time, " still claims the first position among the gold fields of the colony, in point of richness and extent. Sofala, the town- ship, which has been formed at the richest locality on the Turon, is distant about twenty-five miles north of the town of Bath- urst. Fifteen miles above Sofala remunera- tive diggings were opened at what is called the Gulf, and thence to the junction of the river with the Macquarie, a distance of nearly forty miles, digging operations having been carried on with more or less success. The geological formation of the country is of schist, intersected by quartz veins of various thickness, but there are many other rocks present at different portions of the river. The mountains are lofty, but with rounded summits, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 8 July 1872

F. LASSETTER & co., , Muí ai ?jprt SrÉiíiinrri 421 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY, IMPORTERS OP MINING TOOLS AND IMPLEMENTS AND BLASTING POWDEE, ENGINEEES' TOOLS AND IMPLEMENTS, HAEDWAEE FOE SHEEP AND CATTLE STATIONS, BUILDEES', IEONMONGEES', CAEPEÑTEES', AND EDGE TOOLS, FIEE AEMS AND AMMUNITION, SADDLES AND SADDLEEY, FUENISHING IEONMONGEEY FOE EVEEY DOMESTIC PUEPOSE, LAMPS, STOVES, BEDSTEADS, j CUTLEE Y, AND ELECTEO PLATE, AGEICULTUEAL IMPLEMENTS, FENCING WIEE AND GALVANISED EOOFING ÍEON, WILDING'S PATENT WOOL PBESS. Agonts, F. Lassotter and Co. BAE IÉON, OILS, PAINTS, &c, &c, &c. NICHOLSON'S MOWEB. Agents, F. Lassetter and Co. IF. LASSETTEB <£c GO., 421 GEORGE STREBT. S ""ST NOW OPEN. MRS. GOÚRLAY'S PROMENADE ENTERTAINMENT and EXHIBITION BOOMS, 212 PITT-ST., nearly opposite the Victoria Theatre. The only Collection LIFE-SIZE WAX FIGURES in SYDNEY. Just added, Nichols and Lester-striking likenesses New Zealaud Ferns, Cosmorainic Views, «Sic. Promen...

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LATEST MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 8 July 1872

LATEST MINING. THE incessant bad weather prevailing in the Western District has rendered the compila- tion of Mining news a difficult matter, but, from the local paper just to hand, we note a few of the leading items. Fischer and Co. are 140 feet in with their tunnel, and are now engaged in sinking á shaft at the extremity, 48 feet deep. They are getting excellent stone - Creighton's (Amalgamated) Working, on back veins-25 tons of good-looking stone to gross. Cock and Co. have got an immense stock of stone ready for crushing, and the whole is expected to yield handsomely. Krohmann's.-Still on "the right tack" -raising stone good as ever. Carroll and Beards-Driving along the vein lately struck ; stoping out. Sons of Freedom.-At work through hard blue rock-have come on a new vein, but have not yet ascertained its width or value. Never Fail.-Raising no stone at present, about 135 feet down, and engaged in slab- bing the whole workings. Niagara.-Contractors still at work, pro- gressing ...

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THE AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY'S OFFICE, PITT STREET NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 8 July 1872

THE AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVI- DENT SOCIETY'S OFFICE, PITT STREET NORTH. THIS handsome structure, of which we give an engraving in the present issue, was opened for business In the beginning of November, 1864.« By many persons it is considered the most beautiful building in Sydney, and cer- tainly there is none equal in size which sur- passes it in regard to external ornamentation. Altogether, it reflects credit on the taste of the architects, and the skill of the artizans employed in its erection, and also affords an unmistakeable proof of the unparalleled suc- cess that has attended the operation of our Colonial Life Insurance Institution. Among the competitive designs sent in, that of Messrs. Reed and Barnes, of Mel- bourne, was considered the best ; and, being adopted, Mr. E. T. Blacket was engaged to carry out the plans. The ground floor elevation shews-a row of well-proportioned channelled piers, resting on a vermiculated plinth, the edges of the chan- nelling being moulded. The...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 8 July 1872

JAMES MERRITT & CO., ENGINEERS, &c, CORNER OF LIYEEPOOL & KENT STREETS, SYDNEY. Steam Engines, Boilers, Tanks, Pumps, Preserving Baths, Steam Pans, Digesters, Jam and Jelly Pans, Press Dies, and every description of Machinery, Apparatus, and Tools for Preserving Provisions. NOTICE. We offer a prize of Three Guineas for the best Essay " On the Cause and Nature of Rust and Smut : " its pvevention, on cure. We offer a similar prize for the best Essay " On the most permanently profitable Wool to encourage in growth for Neto South Wales,: taking into consideration the adaptability of the animals producing it ; position, climate, country, pasture, and meat food for her population." We also proffer a prize of Two Guineas " For the best and clearest Form of Station Accounts of Expenditure and Return, in det'iil, for six months or longer." The Essays on Wool to be sent in to this office on or before the 1st of next December. On Rust and Smut by, or on the 31st of next...

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EARLY EXPLORERS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 8 July 1872

EARLY EXPLORERS. Mr. Oxley, Surveyor-General of New South Wales, some time before the last journey of Captain Sturt, had laid it down in an appendix to his journal that he "had demonstrated beyond a doubt that no river could fall into the sea between Cape Otway and Spencer's Gulf-at least, none deriving its waters from the eastern coast, and that the country south of the parallel of 34 deg., and west of the meridian 147 deg. 30 min. east, was uninhabitable, and useless for all the purposes of civilised man." Very con- siderable trust was reposed upon Mr. Oxley's opinion. Nevertheless Messrs. Hovell and Hume determined to penetrate into, the un- known land, much against the advice of then friends, who considered the attempt perfectly hopeless. However, on the 2nd October, 1824. they commenced their journey from Appin in the County of Cumberland, N.S.W., accompanied by six men armed with either a musket or fowling piece, two carts containing supplies, five bullocks, and three horses. ...

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Chapters on Common Things NO. 5. SPICES, (Various). [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 8 July 1872

C&áptersmt Common tibinsfi NO. 5. SPICES, (Various). BESIDES the Piper nigrum there are many varieties of pepper in use among the natives of the countries where they grow ; of these, that best known to us is called Cayenne pep- per. The plant Capsicum, from which this spice is procured, is a native of both the East and West Indies, but the variety named Capsicum baccatum, or bird pepper, which is the most pungent, is found in the West Indies only. From this, the best Cayenne pepper is prepared in the following manner. : The ripe fruit, after having been well dried in the sun, is put into an earthen or stone pot, with a layer of flour between each layer of fruit, and baked in an oven till it is per- fectly dried.. It is then cleaned from the flour, and beaten or ground into fine powder. To every ounce of this powder a pound of wheat flour is added, and the mixture made into small cakes with leaven ; these are baked, cut into small pieces and baked again till they are as hard ...

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THE FOOT MOUTH DISEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 8 July 1872

THE FOOT MOUTH DISEASE. THERE can be little doubt that it is in Vic- toria, and may be here. All necessary pre- ' cautions are now being taken by the Govern- ment to prevent <áts general introduction into New South Wales. Quarantine is to be strictly enforced, if the importation of cattle be not altogether prohibited. Quarantine would be effectual, if it could be really en- forced j but interest overcomes rules and regulations, which, overcome, inducés care- lessness and want of caution in the subordi- nates, and Quarantine then becomes aninjury, instead of a safety and a guard. However, all we have to do, is to lay before our read- ers the best information we possess on this terrible malady. Foot and Mouth disease is also called "murrain" in Scotland, and "epidemic," "demie," "tic," and " epi zotic " in England, and, scientifically, " ve- sicular aphtha." Vesicular aphtha is a blood disease, highly contagious, occurring, as a rule, but once in a life-time, belonging to t...

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THE YARRANGOBILLY CAVES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 8 July 1872

THE YARRANGOBILLY CAVE S.-FROM A PHOTOGRAPH BY GEORGE BRIDLE.-SEE PAGE 7. THE YARRANGOBILLY CAVES. About forty-six miles from Tumut, on the Yarrangobilly River, (which empties itself in   the Tumut River at Lobb's Hole), are situated the wonderful natural excavations known as the Yarrangobilly caves. The approach to them is exceedingly difficult, but they well repay the inconvenience attending a visit. There are two caves, which are di-   vided by a wall (as shown in our engraving) branching out from the entrance, penetrat- ing a perpendicular wall of blue limestone about 100 yards above the river (on the east side), and over 200 feet in height. The width of the caves where the wall divides them is 299 feet. The little cave on the left is nearly level for the first fifty yards of its interior, then it becomes broken up into the most fantastic, complicated, and beautiful tableaux. The entrance to the righthand cave is partially obstructed by a large heap of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 8 July 1872

OYELTIES IN" SCARFS, TIES, AND BOWS. PEAPES & SHAW ' respectfully invite the attention of Gentlemen to their really magnificent assortment of the above goods, .inst received per MAIL. THEY; COMPRISE ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES. P. and S. would also invite inspection of the under- mentioned goods, recently landed, and selected in the best European markets. NEW GAUZE OXFORD SHIRTS, with COLLARS ATTACHED. THE NEW ZEALAND FLAX SHIRTS, from 6s. 6d. to Ss. 6d. each. GENTLEMEN'S SUPERIOR WHITE SHIRTS, to fasten back or front, FORTY SHILLINGS THE HALF-DOZEN. A splendid «assortment of Crimean Shirtings. DRESS SHIRTS, ALL THE NEWEST STYLES, from 7s. 6d. to 14s. Gd. each. LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S FIRST-CHOICE JOSEPHINE KID GLOVES, IN EVERY SHADE OF COLOUR. For evening dress or morning promenade LADIES' BLACK KID GLOVES, STITCHED COLOURS, EVERY SIZE. GENTLEMEN'S LAVENDER KID GLOVES, STITCHED BLACK, EVERY SIZE. Warm Winter Gloves, in great variety. Lined Buckskin, Deerskin, and Dogskin Drivi...

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BOTANICAL GARDENS, ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 8 July 1872

BOTANICAL GARDENS, ADELAIDE. In this number we give an engraving of a scene in the Botanical Gardens, Adelaide. These gardens are renowned for their pictur- esque beauty, and for the caro and scientific attention bestowed upon them by the au thorities in South Australia. They occupy about 40 acreB of ground, and are beautified by fountains, lakes, statuary, greenhouses, and consevatories. On the lakes white and black Bwans and a great variety of other waterfowl abound. It also possesses extensive aviaries, and a collection of animals after the style of the Regent's Park. Its formation was commenced in 1855, the grounds being laid out by Mr. George W. Franois, the di- rector being Br. Schomburgk. It is a Go- vernment establishment carried on under the control of a board of governors. fe» U iii ÎS iii 1 N ÏHE ii Ü T A K I C A IJ (i A li li ¿ lU, Al^¿U|Ü &-HH1 FAQS 3.

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