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THE AUSTRALIAN Town & Country Journal SYDNEY, SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1870. The Gold-Fields Commission. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 March 1870

THE AÜSTRiVLIAN SYDNEY, SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1870. The Gold-Fields Commission. "jtyTR. CHURCH'S motion for the appoiht 4X1. mGnt 0f a Commission to make inquiries on the gold-fields into the working of the present Mining Regulations, was carried in tho Assem bly on tho 4th inst., after some opposition from Mr. Lloyd and Mr. Wilson, both of whom advo cated a select Parliamentary Committeo in stead. The member for Newcastle, with his head full .of California, seems to fancy he has had a call as the apostle of mining and mining affairs ; but his practical knowledge of the sub ject he lias particularly appropriated is far from extensive; and his mining friends on the New South Wales fiolds will not thank him for trying to prevent the full inquiry into their wants which only a commission to take evi dence on the spot can secure them. Mr. Baker's mining experiences have been gained in another school. He has seen all the ups and downs of an Australian digger's lifo through tho practical aud...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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The Testimonial to Mr. Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 March 1870

The Testimonial to Mr. Robertson. THE meeting in the Masonic Hall on Mon day night was one of tho-most unani mous that has over: been held in the colony. It was, moreover, pre-eminently non-political, as it was also non-sectarian. Amongst those present who are known to. the public as men of eminence in this community were members of tho . Church of England, Presbyterians, Roman Catholics, and members.of the Hebrew faith ; there were radical politicians, con servatives, squatters, agriculturists, merchants, shopkeepers, lawyers, modical men, literary men, manual labourers, mechanics, English men, Irishmen, Scotchmen, Australians, and, in short, the representatives of every class, creed, nationality, or occupation into which the people of this community can bc divided. And amidst all " this heterogeneous gathering on a rainy night, and under other circum stances unfavourable to a meeting of this kind, there was not one dissentient voico to tho pro positions submitted, which were, in s...

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Country Race Meetings. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 March 1870

Country Race Meetings. BY PEGASUS. . I WHY the provincial races of New South Wales »re not asieuccessful as those of Victoria, is a question I have often had asked of me ; and tho questioners are sometimes difficult to convince, when I give them the real reasons. We have hero a combination of circumstances against us ; among which tho chief may be set down as mismanagement and -want of well-directed energy in the promoters ; and I believe it quito possible to got np mee'tingsin at least haifa dozen country districts to equal in a short time those of Smythesdale, and Ballarat, and Castlemaine, and Sandhurst, in tho sister colony. I see no reason why such meetings should not be established at Mait land, Goulburn, Newcastle, Penrith, Illawarra ; and going further a field, at Dubbo, and the now import ant gold-fields of- Grenfell and Lambing Flat ; but I take leave to give a most decided opinion that meetings, such as are wanted, can never be got up on the principles now obtaining at mo...

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THE INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. THIRD DAY.—SATURDAY, FEB. 26. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 March 1870

THE INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. \] THIRD DAY.-V-SATURDAY, FEB. 26. ] THE match Avas resumed " this morning. It was a cold blustery, blowy day, clouds of dust sweeping over the ground. Nevertheless the attendance of spectators was considerable,over5000. Thoplayof Mr. Gordqn,who is an officer of the 14th Regiment, was indeed tho feature of tho match. Ho was in over four hours, scoring 121 runs, that might be considered questionable, but those were not near any fieldsman. Ho is speoially strong on tho on-side, and very quick on his legs, disposing of balls most difficult to ordinary batsmen by back play. Ho is a very fine, powerful log hitter, but not nearly so good to the off, which is evidently his weak point. He is a capital runner between wickets, running his part ner's runs a3 well if not better than his own, and a capital judge of a run. It would be wrong to state that his play was superior to that of R. W. Wardill in the same match, two years ago, but it will bo long pro bably ...

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THE INTERCOLONIAL ELEVEN IN VICTORIA. To the Editor of the Town and Country Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 March 1870

THE INTERCOLONIAL ELEVEN IN VICTORIA. To the Editor of the Town and Country Journal. I Sir,-The members of the Association who displaced Mr. Park in favour of Twopenny cannot but feel thai the result has justified their perference. The altoratioi was more than useless, for it deprived us of the service! ¡ of a good man without any compensation. Tho Argui hays of the darkie's bowling, that it is a successful ! imitation of "Wills' throw. That depends very much I upon what ono considers success to mean. I, for in stance, have always held the opinion, erroneous per haps, but certainly popular, that the successful bowlei is he who lowers the most wickets with the least labour to himself and tho field. The coloured gentle man's average, judged by this critezion, will bear much inspection: 120 balls, 5(J runs, and no wickets. If .all our bowlers had been equally " successful," the Vic torians might still be in tke-enjoyment of their first innings, with ten wickets to fall. Tho Cricket Ass...

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Breach of Promise Oase. SUPREME COURT. SITTINGS FOR TRIAL OF CAUSES. BANCO COURT. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Cheeke, and a jury of four.) QUINEY V. WAGSTAFF. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 March 1870

Breach of Promise Oase. SUPREME COURT. SITTINGS FOR TRIAL OF CAUSES. BANCO COURT. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice Cheeke, and a jury v of four.) QUINEY V. WAGSTAFF. _ Mr. Stephen and Mr. Butler, instructed by Mess Stephen and Stephen, for the plaintiff ; Mr. Windey instructed by Messrs. Eollin and Salter, for i defendant. JURY-Messrs. William Henry Watson, 788 Geor¡ street, Sydney ; Caleb Wilson, 2 Itandle-terraco, Ne town; James Waller, 113 Botany-road; James Wc 174 Pitt-street, Sydney. ' This was an action for broach of promise of marriai Tho declaration set forth that the defendant promis to marry the plaintiff ; but although the latter v willing to be married to bim ho had refused to fu his engagement. L1000 damages were claimed. Ï defendant pleaded firstly, that he did not promise allogod ; and secondly, that after his promise to pla: tiff he discovered that she was a woman of tincha! and immoral character, and therefore had withdraw from his contract to marry her. The state of f...

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Agricultural and Pastoral intelligence.—The Weather.—Movements of Stock, &c., &c. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 March 1870

Agricultural and Pastoral intelli gence.-The Weather.-Movements of Stock, &o., «fee. RAIN hos-fallen generally throughout the colony during the past week, and a heavy flood has taken place at vom worth. S orno apprehensions arose on the banks of Hunter, in consequence of the fresh, and, according Ï ¿iTTin+pst advices, a flood has occurred, and the Ät«»1 Creek had been destroyed. (ha latest agricultural report from Tenterfield was as fnlldws- The farmers aro still busy threshing, themaciiines nt work having as much as they can do. Mr Stvle's maohine was working at Mr. Rodger's and Mr Soup's the beginning of the week, and started at Mr Har s yesterday. . Mr. M'Govern's machino was at work at Ah. Connolly's on Monday last, and has since commenced at Mr. M. Curry's. The yield coining fully no to tho average, gives general satisfaction to tho «rowers, who aro now preparing for tho disposal of their crops and we have no doubt ready purchasers may he found over the Border. The pota...

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Dubbo. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 March 1870

Dubbo. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] PASTORAL. - The three days' rain of last week have removed all apprehensions for the coming winter on the minds of the squatters in this district, as to scarcity of grass, herbage, or water. Already grass and clover are springing up. Both graziers and agriculturists are jubilant at the welcome change, for the state of affairs was becoming alarming. AGRICULTURE. - Many of the paddocks and corn (maize) fields around Dubbo were, for a day or two, nearly covered with water. A portion of Brisbane, Church, and Wingewarra streets were, up to Sunday, about a foot deep in water, in con- sequence of the penury of the inhabitants, who will not sub- scribe sufficient to make drains in these streets. The ground having been softened, several farmers are commencing ploughing operations, while others are tickling the ground with the hoe. The maize crops are not dry enough just now for garnering, owing to the late rain. . JEWELLERY ROBBERY, DUBBO DUBBO POLICE CIR...

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Pigeon Shooting. THE MATCHES AT BANDWICK [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 March 1870

Pigeon Shooting. THE MATCHES AT BANDWICK ON Friday tho 4th, the members of the Gun Club gavo their return pigeon picnic to Mr. Alfred Davis, the affair having been adjourned through stress of weather from the previous Wednesday ; but even so the fates wore not propitious ; and Friday was about as disagreeable day for the purpose as could have been imagined. Ergo tho attendance both of shooters and spectators, was much smaller than it otherwise would have been ; but as those who were there were of course of tho right Bort, and determined to make tho best of everything, a very pleasant afternoon was spent, with no drawback but tho weather. After a few trial shots, in which Messrs Hush, Evans, Vallack, Manton, Davis, and Underwood contended, the grand event of the day was brought off, the conditions being to shoot at eleven birds each, at 2o yards rise, tho original ideas of a handicap having been abandoned. Eleven shooters carno to tho trap to shoot for tho silver cup, which, by the-b...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.—March 4. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 March 1870

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.-March" 4. City of Hobart, steamer, auü tons, unncn, iron Hobart Jown 1st instant. Passengers-]MTB. Gardner, abild, and servant, Mr. and Mrs. Cookes, Mrs. Wasker, Miss Macefield, Miss E. "Walker, Miss Lynell, Mr. anc Mrs. and Master Roxburgh, Rev. B. Ball, Messrs. R, Garder, G. C. Crump, Palmer, R. -Moore, Anderson, and ü in the steerage. Willis, Merry, and . Lloyd, agents. Agues Irving, steamer, 400 tons, Greer, from Graf tor 2nd instant. Passengers-Mrs. Malleson, Miss Howl son, Miss Lindsay, Messrs. . Cracknell, Butchavd, Kolaski, Mitchell, Hann, Chisholm, Clark, Storey, Matheson, Schöning, Norman, Haydon, Black, Oakes, I Kilman, Rose, and ll in tho stcorago. C. and R.B.S.N. Co., agents. Kembla, stoamer, 325 tons, from.Clyde- River and Ulladulla. Passengers-Mr. Emmott, Mr. Wilkinson, and 4 in the steerage. I.S.N. Co., agent's. Miako, barque, 510 tons, Huderson, from San Francisco 11th January. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong. Gilchrist, Watt, and Co., agents. ...

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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 March 1870

Impoundings. ABERDEEN.-Bay horso, black points, broken In, appears collar-marked, WC oft* sliouldor (the W Uko witing cpitnl) : bay maro, star, collar-marked, EM (tho M writing capital) near ribs, Uko blotched M after ^{í) near shoulder ; dark brown or blaok maro, small star, broken in, brokon hobbles on, like C off shoulder ; dark bay or brown mare, saddle-marked, blaok points, R over JN off shoulder, JW sideways off cheek ; red or yellow hoifdr, with few whito spots, near car marked, M K both witing capital) near rump. BEND KMJS KR. -Dork chesnut horso, blazo down tho faco, ? broken in, hind fotlocks whito, collar-marked, PN near shoul der, Uko A under saddle near side, aged, 15 hands ; dark brown horse, broken-in like C with O in lt near shoulder, JW off shoulder, JAV off chook, 10 under saddle off stdo, aged, 15 ' hands. - BUNGONIA.-Bay horso, black points, star, 3 over M off shoulder, brokon in, 4 year«, M J hands. BOOLIGAL.-Brown maro, star, off hind foot white, noar hip down,...

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The Northern Agricultural Association. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 March 1870

The Northern Agricultural Asso; . oiation. THIS society, whoso .headquarters aro Singleton '1»"' just published its " Members' Pamphlot" for tho vc« 1870, containing information of progress, whioh showí that the N. A. A. is in a state of cheering prosperity and likely to continuo improving. Tho little book contains, in tho first place, tho names of officers and committee for the present year, followed by a list of members who, it appears, are no fewer than four ' hundred and seventy in number. The rules of tho association, which by-tho-byo, aro drawn up on a good woridng plan, aro followed by tho annual report for the year 18C9, inoludine receipts and expenditure, with full account, of last year's show, a schedule of prizo and prize winners and a classified list of exhibits. The receipts for 18G9 aro set down at L027 3s. lld. ; and after . paying all expenses there remained on December 31st, a balance to credit of L22 18s. lld. Tho total number of exhibits at last year's show was 71...

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The Farms and Vineyards of the Hunter. [BY OUR SPECIAL REPORTER,] No. 2.—THE DALWOOD VINEYARD. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 March 1870

The Farms and Vineyards of the Hunter. [BY OUR SPECIAL REPORTER,] No. 2.- THE DALWOOD VINEYARD. MY last communication was descriptivo of ono of the most highly cultivated forms in the colony. This week I write respecting ono of tho principal vineyards of the Hunter Biver distriot-a portion of tho colony generally acknowledged to bo ono of the finest wine growing districts in New South Wales. Tho beautiful flavoured wines of tho Dalwood, Kalouda, Cawarra, Kinross, Porphyry, Irrawang, and other northern vineyards have now achieved an almost world-wido celobrity, and without, doubt, aro, before long, destined to como into very general use. True it is that tho wine-yielding vino, tho Flits vinifera will grow in almost any part of Australia ; but it is equally truo that its products vary to a surprising extent. Tho plant is so delicate, and, so to say, sensitive, that it is quite impossible to prediot what tho crop will bo under any given conditions of sun and soil. Select a plot of ligh...

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SCIENCE—INVENTION— CONSTRUCTION. New Traction Engine. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 March 1870

SCIENCE-INVENTION CONSTRUCTION. New Traction Engine. SOME months since a good deal of interest was created hy tho publio trial of a small traction engine, or road steamer, imported into Victoria by Messrs, Alexander Macfarlan and Co., tho well known machinery im porters of Flinders-lane cast, Melbourne. It may be remembered that at that time perfect reference was made to the larger and more frequent engines of that description which have for year's past been working in some parts of England.and America, Ono of these machines, with all tho most recent improvements was imported a few days since, reports the Argus, last week, by tho same firm, and a publio trial of its performances was held. Tho steam having been got up, tho engine star ted from Morley's yard, Bay-street, Sandridge, for Mel bourne, and rattled up tho Sandridgo-road at the rate of about six miles an hom'. So ovenly did it work that it scarcely attracted any attention, and continued its i way up without the slightest app...

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Are Large or Small Sheep Stations the more Profitable? [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 March 1870

Are Large or Small Sheep Sta tions the more Profitable ? Pcc-riiE sitting' at an English fire-side listening ti an Australian budget of news, contained on ibu closely written sbcots of "post" (such budgets a first-year settlers aro in tho habit of sending home with tbo utmost regularity), aro apt to consido sheep farming a very rosy gamo, which enables hin who takes it up, to live as the "jolly squatter" o the novelist-tho true "monarch of all ho surveys" and to return at the end of half a dozen years ti .scatter envy among a host of coveting relations tho princely possessor of a hundred thousand pounds Eacts as we know them tell a different tale. It i both true and wonderful that tho "hundred thou sand" squatter is, and always has been a rara avi of tho rarest class ; who, if seen on the plains, wouh creato quite as much excitement as tho now cele brated Hawkesbury crocodile. Yet is squatting no so bad a game as might be supposed. 'Tis not it fault that rich squatters aro not more ...

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Water Supply for Stations. THE PORTABLE AND ARTIFICIAL WATER-SHED AND RESERVOIRS! [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 March 1870

Water Supply for Stations. THE PORTABLE AND ARTIFICIAL WATER SHED AND RESERVOIRS ! THE question of water supply is ono tho import ance of which can scarcely he over-estimated. "Whether it is considered in relation to countries, cities, towns, homesteads, or stations, it is everywhere a matter of abiding interest. Tho Australian colonies aro subject to one great drawback to' the development' of their .resources. Lavishly endowed by nature with many qf tho'elements of national greatness, they yet lack ' ono.. very im portant lover of national progress, viz., an ar terial systom . of inland navigable rivers. Our navigable rivers aro few and far between, and present no facilities for tho construction - of canals. Tho navigation is confined to a few miles from tho sea board, and is much impeded by bars, snags, and shal lows. Tho Murray is but partially an exception to tliis statement. Generally speaking, however, the seaboard country is tolerably well watered by numerous small streams. T...

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MEN OF THE AGE. A SERIES OF BIOGRAPHIES OF EMINENT PERSONAGES WRITTEN EXPRESSLY FOR THIS JOURNAL. Garibaldi. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 March 1870

MEN OP THE AGE. A SEBIES OP BIOGRAPHIES OF EMINENT PERSONAGES WRITTEN EXPRESSLY FOR THIS JOURNAL. Garibaldi. FOB romantic adventure and marvellous achieve mente tho life of Garibaldi can hardly be parallelec ¡n ancient °r mod0"1 history. Never probably hai Bach an unconquerable love of porilous adventuri been combined with such steadfast devotion to ont grand patriotic purpose ; or such fiery and rockiest courage boon displayed in conjunction with so mud political sagacity and solf-donying humility. Aftei forty years wanderings in Europo, Africa, and America, without any higher aims, as far as thc world could judge, than thoso of a. chivalrous free lanco this romarkablo raan suddenly came forward os tho captain of Italy's forlorn hopo ; and with a calmness and porsovoranco ovon moro won derful than his courago, has carried to a successful issuo a schomo of national union which a fow years ago scorned uttorly impracticable. Guiseppo Garibaldi was born at Nico on tho 22nd July, 1807. ...

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Jottings by the Way. [FROM OUR TRAVELLING REPORTER.] TUMUT TO ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 March 1870

Jottings by the Way. [FROH OUR TRAVELLING REPORTER.] TUMUT TO ALBURY." ÁonicuLTUitALLY speaking, Bomboloe is ono of tho richest spots in Now South Wales. It is a select but not " selected" little plain on tho rivor, opposite Tumut, and was purchased boforo selection bocamo law. As a sample of crops' this year I may montion that Mr. M'Gillivniy's tarni on tho Gilmoro pro ducod 43i bushols to tho aero. Tumut boasts an excellent school-houso, and tho teacher, I am givon to understand by tho parents, is tho right man in tho right place. Tho school is mixed, and has an infant school attached, and also a separate room for tho ministers of various denominations to withdraw thoir various ilocks forroligious instruction. Theministors in attendance are-Church of England, once a week ; Presbyterian, once a fortnight. The school is well supplied with maps and school requisites ; and, if I must criticiso, it is not so much with rogard to this school in particular, as spoaking to tho Board itself...

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A Trip to the Fish River Caves SNIPE SHOOTING AT OBERON. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 March 1870

! A Trip to the Fish River Oaves SNIPE SHOOTING AT OBERON. BY SCOLLOPAX. WE long talked of making up a party to tho caves, hut somehow the greater number of tho piwposors always failed to como to tho scratch, to uso a vulgar but ex pressive colonial phrase. Sometimes tho cause of hind rance was want of horses. Sometimes tho distance, sometimes tho weather, business, want, laziness. Thore is no doubt it is a serious undertaking, but I feel suro that fow who have visited tho caves have ever ro grotted tho trouble and fatigue they underwent in reaching them. I liad a friend staying with mc and I thought I could not bettor amuse him than by taking him to the Fish Uiver, exploring the caves. Doing a little wallaby shooting and finishing up by a crack at tho snipe to be found generally in tho fine swamps (through which tho Fish River rims) situate about one mile from the township of Oberon (better known by the ugly name of Bullock Flat). Wo made up a party of six, but alas ! when tho star...

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Exotic Trees and Plants Suitable for Australia. No. 10.—THE FIR. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 March 1870

Exotic Trees and Plants Suitable for Australia. No. 10.-THE FIR. Br most botanists the fir is inoludod in tho pine genus j bf plants; whilst by others' it is classed as a distinct genus, "Abies." It is, however, clear enough that pines, firs, and many other important trees are all ' members of tho great order, Conifer», i.e., cono karora. The resemblance existing between tho various members of this order has caused a considerable amount of confusion as to their proper classification ; but all botanists aro agreed, that mankind are moro largely in debted to tho order of conif erse, than to all tho other orders of trees together. Perhaps it would not bo too .much to say, that without tho assistance of the noble trees belonging to this order vised in shipbuilding, Aus tralia might have remained tho undisputed home of the aboriginal blackfellow to tho end of time ; that the great American continent which now teems with millions of our own race, and which has been the scene of exploits, ...

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