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FACETLA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 12 November 1853

, .EDWARD HAMMOND HARGRAVES, ESQ., THE DISCOVERER OF GOLD IN AUSTRALIA. ' tiwi** j. FACE TI/E. I A "brilliant" young miss, discoursing; on poetry the other day, burst into the following high-flown strain :-Poetry, sir, in my opinion, is harmony; it is the voice of the angels, the music of the , spheres, the royal harp of love, the parent of purity* the benign in- strument of charity. Poetry breathes sweetly in the passing zephyr, and sings lullabies in the majestic symphonies of Boreas; the sea echoes its music, and the waves, as they roll onward without cessation, in chromatic scales, express its very soul. Poetry to me, is the-the-the-' Jane, my dear, where did you purchase that love of a bonnet V " An old Scotch lady was in the habit of inculcating the duties of charity into her grandchildren after the following fashion : " My dears, when "I and, your father and mother have finished our meals -when you have all-eaten- tts much as you conveniently can-and when you have gorged the ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News
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DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 12 November 1853

DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN MELBOURNE. I We give the following abridged account of thc destructive fire in Collins-street, from the Banner, of the 1st instant : It would appear that the flames were first seen to issue from the rear of the premises tenanted hy Mr. Benjamin, the tobacconist, and the earliest intimation of danger was made about, five and twenty minutes to three o'clock, on Friday morning. The police soon received information of the five, and rendered prompt assist . ance towards allaying its ravages. Through one of their messen- gers, the water engines of the city were soon on the scene of action ; but. in consequence of no water being attainable for some distance along Elizabeth-street, they were not in full play until some time ;,. . after the element had attacked the premises of Hart and Brothers, ' r>0 late Benn. By four o'clock, the military, preceded by the gallant pioneers, made their appearance on the spot ; and, if anxiety to sup- press the fury of the fire-an eage...

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 12 November 1853

TASMANIA. A reward of £15,000 has been guaranteed to the first discoverers of a workable yold-fleld in Tasmania. The correspondent of the Melbourne Argus says that " many intelligent men look upon the development of a field during this summer, as quite probable." A new local bank, tobe called the Bank of Tasmania, is shortly to be established. The four soldiers lately convicted at Launceston of an assault on : William Henry Nash, have had sentence of death commuted to to transportation for ten years. William Brown, convicted of .stabbing James Stephens, with i intent to.murder him, was executed at Launceston on the morning i of the 25th ultimo. *. . ' < ' The annual show of the Gardener's and Amateur's Horticultu ' ral Society at Launceston, took place on the 20lh ultimo. The S display was highly creditable to the exhibitors, and to the colony, i A seam of coal of lour feet thickness, has been struck by Mr. . Williams, at Port Frederick. It is highly bitumons, and admira ...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 12 November 1853

VICTORIA. WE have received Melbourne papers to the 4th instant, from which we extract the following summary : A correspondent of the Melbourne Argus, in writing from Ben- digo on 27th ult., mentions that there is great dissension among the police, and something worse. During the last few days, five of the inferior officers hail become, inmates of the lock-up, some of them on thfe charge of felony. Horse-stealing was fearfully on the . increase, notwithstanding>.the heavy sentences lately inflicted at Castlemaine. There seemed to be a systematic scheme of villainy in progress. Captain Harrison, the " Digger's Friend," had made his debut as auctioneer, and was likely to do well. Rainer's Serenaders are gi vin j a series of. entertainments in the Ball-room of the Criterion Hotel. A meeting of the Sandbridge Sea-bathing Association had taken place, when the company was declared to be formed. Trustees were appointed, and a meeting called for Monday, 7th November, for the election of D...

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SPORTING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 12 November 1853

SPORTING EVENTS. CRICKET MATCH. - The return match between the Royal Vic- toria Club and the Eleven of Parramatta came off in Hyde Park, on Monday last. The day was unpropitious, as a drizzling rain fell more or less during the whole day. This, however, although very discouraging, did not damp the spirit of the play, which was well sustained throughout. During the early part of the day large odds were given against the R. V. Club, the general impression being that the Parramatta Eleven would easily win. In this, how- ever, betters and lookers-on were disappointed, as the playing of the Royals in the second innings was a decided improvement on their batting in the first, which materially changed the score, as will be seen below : ROYAL VICTORIA CLUB. First Innings. --- Second Innings. Runs. --- Runs. Stovell, b. Battye 5 --- b. Battye 25 A. Twyford, b. Rutter 0 --- c. Nicholson, c. Rutter 3 T. Lewis, b. Battye 0 --- c. Weeks, b. Rutter 31 W. C. Still, b. Rutter 3 --- c. Folks, b. Dun...

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PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 12 November 1853

~ 'PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS. MALCOM'S AMPHITHEATRE.-The proprietor made a decide< hit on Monday evening last, on which occasion Professor Leei made his debût, and performed to a crowded house. We wei*e bot! surprised and delighted with his appearance-surprised to see hin I in characters so different to what we had been led to expeet froir I any former visit,-and highly pleased to find such strength, grace, and dignity, and at the same time so much varied talent, centred in one individual. He becomes the character of jester well ; but, while we lau.'h at his truly genuine wit, we cannot forget the finished gentleman in the first-rate clown. The weather has been rather adverse to full houses, but we were gratified to find an equally numerous audience when we paid a second visit on Thurs- day evening. We shall give further notice in our next. NEW YORK SERENADERS.-These Ethiopian Minstrels gave an- other concert in the Royal Hotel, on Monday evening last. The attendance was not so n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 12 November 1853

CONFECTIONER AND SUGAR BOILE1 MNOWLAND Confectioner, 137, Georg . street, south, (nearly opposite the H¡ Market,) be/?s most respectfully to acquaint tl trade in New South Wales, and the adjoinii colonies, that he has disposed of his former coi sijinment, ex Walter Hood, and that he has r ceived a larne and new stock, ex Gipsey Quoe which may he viewed cither hy purchasers or pa ties who may-wish to connect themselves with hi aS Agents. The advertiser, having a highly respectable coi nection at home, will be regularly supplied wi machinery for thc manufacture of all kinds elegant Confectionary. Families in Sydney and its npighbourhoo punctually supplied with every variety of fain Confectionary.-Terms, cash. Address 137, George-street, (nearly opposi the Haymarket.)_ . ... ENGLISH GARDEN SEEDS. . Ex John Sugars,. LANDED, in excellcntcondition, CABBAGÏ CAULIFLOWER, CARROT, ÖNIOI RADISH, LETTUCE, &c, &c. ; i On sale hy ' ABRAHAM ABRAHAM, ; , 392, George-street, Near the...

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MARINE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 19 November 1853

MARINE INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS.--Nov. 12.-Hannah, schooner, 65, Pegg, from Wide Bay ; Warata, steamer, 375, Bell, from Melbourne. 15. Harriet, brig, 165, Duncan, .from Geelong ; Victoria, Hamburgh barque, Myer, from Hamburg; Lizzie Webber, brig, 315, M'Kinlay, from Launceston.. 16.-7-Sarah Ann, schooner, 13 t, Cussoer, from Melbourne ; Queen Margaret, barque, 535, Spence, from the Downs; Royal Stuart, ship, 837, Goble, from Mel- bourne ; Duchess of Sutherland, barque, 550, Williamson, from the Downs ; Vimiera, ship, 1037, Neatby, from Plymouth ; On- kaparinga, brig, 180, Roll, and Asa Thor, Danish barque, 251, Colberg;.from Melbourne ; Jessie, schooner, 120, Lindsay, from Port Fairy. 17.-Epsom, ship, 616, Buckland, from Portsmouth ; Niger, barque, 319, Wallace, from London. 18.-Cybele, Danish brig, .210, Schafer, from Sourabaya ; Arrogant, ship, 850, Pye, ! from Newcastle. ! DEPARTURES.-Nov. 13.-Margaret, for Geelong ; Empire, i for Bombay. 15.-Galatea, for Auckland; Adonis, for Pond...

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 19 November 1853

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. si Regular Subscriber.-"Lines by a Lady on the. Departure of a Friend," declined. C. S.'s communication is too lengthy for inser- tion in the pages of our Journal. H. II. H.-The portrait men Honed will most probably be given. Benlicouta.- We are greatly obliged by your communication and sketch, of which we would have availed ourselves, but for want of space. Contributions received "Lines to my Brother" " Ocean's Island," and " The Irish Peasant's Appeal." TO COUNTRY SUBSCRIBERS. TERMS or SUBSCRIPTION.-Six shillings and sixpence per quarter,' payable to any of our authorised Agents, or to the Publisher, 58, York-street. Sydney. ILLUSTRATED SYDNEY NEWS. No. 1 of Thc illustrated Sydney News will be reprinted shortly, when Copies will be supplied to New Subscribers.

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ORIGINAL POETRY. A GOLD-DIGGER'S LAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 19 November 1853

ORIGINAL POETRY. A GOLD-DIGGER'S LAMENT. For what are we toiling and moiling 1 For what do we strive and strain ? Under the summer broiling, . - Under the cold and the rain ; 'Neath the chilly glance of morning, 'Neath the lidless stare of noon, 'Neath the night,-tho' darkly scorning To lend the light of her moou. W e toil for a golden sorrow, We strive for a glitt'ring bane ; Whence the joyless heart would borrow Comfort and peace in vain. Oh, my heart, my heart grows weary And sick at the profitless _<ain ; ' For the chambers are void and dreary Where love was wont to reign. Thou art wither'd, my tender blossom My lily sweet and pale ; Thou hast faded away on my bosom, Heart-struck by the blighting gale. Oh, why from thine English bowers Did I tear thee rudely away Freshest and fairest of flowers To fall by an early decay '! Oh, my heart, my heart is aching For that quiet English home ; Oh, my heart, my heart is breaking That ever I wish'd to roam ! I have won the shini...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 19 November 1853

TO BUILDERS, WAREHOUSEMEN AÏ OTHERS. JUST completed, and for Sale, at the Mai factory of the undersigned Two very superior single and double purch; CRAB WINCHES, of great power and easy action. CHARLES YOUNGER, No. 320, Pitt-street, _Near King-street, Sydney. ' ASPICE! OMNES ! NOW ARRIVING, at Mr. DICKSON Wholesale and Retail Stores, MUDGE an Extensive Assortment of Goods, suitable : the District, which having been purchased and f( warded under most favourable auspices, can a will be sold DECIDEDLY CHEAP. An inspecti is respectfully solicited, and which will prove tht is No MISTAKE. The following is a brief enumeration : Drapery and Ready-made Clothing Hats, black, Panama, California Bonnets, Tuscan, Dunstable Parasols, Hearth Rugs, Tents .Flour, first and second Teas, whole, half, and quarter chests Codee, Cocoa, Chocolate Sugars, Loaf, Crystaliscd, Pampanga Raisins, Muscatels, Elerne, Cape Confectionary, Sujarcandy, Liquorice Nuts, Walnuts, Almonds, Figs Dried Apples, Preserved Gi...

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NOTES ON THE MONTHS. NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 19 November 1853

« THE PLOVER (' sEdicnemûs graUarius). NOTES ON THE MONTHS. NOVEMBERÍ THE Magpie has forsaken its nestj but is still fed by the parent bird. The Curlew is breeding, and the downy young detected among the grass, in retired spots, timid as their timid mother, screaming j mornfully close by. The coast Curlew is of a very different kind to the one now no- ticed ; and although commonly called a Curlew, is not, we believe, truly so, the bill of the former being long, slender, and hooked, and the legs shorter. Our inland bird measures about eighteen inches in height-has long, bare, blue legs, variegated grey and brown feathers, and is of very shy habits-so much so that it is rarely seen by the unobserving, though by no means a rare bird. It ire-, quents some shady, secluded spot, during the day, and at sunset, or in rainy, weather, roams about, the margins of streams feeding on snails, &c. If kept iii a garden, it is useful in destroying insects, although it will not eat the slug. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 19 November 1853

I. .N.E. MATCHES. ""' \ RCOWAN has for sale 50 cases, each 50 . gross, of round box matches, at o's. 6'd. per gross. RICHARD COWAN, George-street, (Near the General Post Office.) Sydney, 17th November. REFINED SUGARS ! ! ! "O COWAN has for sale 25 tons (double i;e XL» fined) English Loaf Sugar, (far superior to colonial) at 6|d. per lb. by the cask or case. Also, 100 casks of English chopped Loaf Sugar, (suit- able for publicans), at öd. per lb. by the cask RICHARD COWAN, George-street, Sydney, (Down the Archway.) . November 14. THE SYDNEY AUCTION ROOMS. To Merchants, Importers, Traders, &c, &c. THE undersigned beg leave to inform the Merchants, Importers, and the public generally, that they have taken those centrally situated premises in George-stréet, now in the oc- cupation of Messrs. Teillard ai\d Co., Wine and Spirit Merchants, near the Bank of South Wales, intending on or about the 20th instant, commen- cing business as General Auctioneers, Ship and Land Agents...

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SYDNEY HORSE MARKET.—Nov. 18, 1853. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 19 November 1853

SYDNEY HORSE MARKET.-Nov. 18, 1853. THE market during' the week has been fairly supplied. Thc demands have been large, and prices have maintained former quo- tations. Well-broken harness horses meet with immediate sale ; for heavy draught the demand is still in excess of the supply ; first-class hacks and powerful roadsters are enquired for,-poor ' stock are unsaleable. I anticipate that the demands will increase and that the present prices will be fully maintained throughout the summer. The week's sales are as follows :-Heavy drau ht, £40 to £60 each ; gig and carriage horses, £'¿0 to £45 ; journey cabs, £20 to £40 ; ordinary saddle horses, £12 to £20.-S. C. BURT,-. Auctioneer, Pitt-street. The Horse market during the week has been brisker than for some time past, and parties have been desirous to purchase, but the market has not been supplied with the description of horses in demand. Good well broken heavy draughts, light draughts, and roadsters, up to 14 stone, are sought for ; a...

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ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, BOTANY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 19 November 1853

ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, BOTANY. ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, BOTANY. The above engraving is a representation of the Zoological Gar- dens at Botany, a favourite place of resort of the Sydney public, which are now in a state of great perfection and beauty, by the tasteful exertions of its spirited proprietor, Mr. W. Beaumont. , EXTRAORDINARY FLIGHTS OF PIGEONS.-Pigeons belonging ; to the members of the Société de l'Hirondelle, at a competition ¡ held a short time ago, went over the distance from Angouleme to Paris, 120 leagues, in six hours. Several pigeons thrown up at Bordeaux at five o'clock on the morning of Saturday, 30th ultimo, reached Brussels the same day. The first hird entered the dovecot at forty minutes after five in the evening, thus accomplishing in ; twelve hours ajourney of 211 leagues, or eighteen leagues (about forty-five miles per hour for twelve consecu- tive hours.-Liverpool Times. A REFORMED CONVICT.-A few; days since, a young woman presented herself at the Exeter city gaol,...

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OUR PORTRAIT GALLERY. THE LATE BISHOP OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 19 November 1853

OUR PORTRAIT GALLERY. THE LATE BISHOP OF SYDNEY. THE Right Reverend William Grant Broughton, D.D., Bishop of Sydney and Metropolitan of Australasia, was born in Bridge-street, Westminster, on the 22nd May, 1788, and baptized at St. Marga- ret's Church in the June following, the sponsors being his grand- fathers and the Countess of Strathmore. He was the eldest son of Grant Broughton, Esq., by Phoebe-Ann, daughter of John Rum ball, Esq., and Susanna his wife, of Barnet, Herts. His father's eldest brother, William, was for many years Paymaster-General at Bombay, and his younger brother was the late Admiral John Broughton. When he was about six years old, his family removed to Barnet, in Herts, where his boyish days and his vacations were passed. To this he pleasingly alluded on the last occasion of his appearing in public, at a meeting of the Society for the propagation of the Gospel, held at Barnet on the 1st February last. In January, 1797, he was entered as a student at the King's ...

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THE MARKETS. WHOLESALE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 19 November 1853

THE MARKETS. WHOLESALE PRICES. POULTRY.-Fowls, per pair, o's. 6d. ; ducks, per couple, 7s.; geese, per pair, 14s. ; turkeys, ditto, 12s. to 25s. ; pigeons, ditto, ls. 6d. ; roasting pigs, 6s. each. GENERAL MARKETS.-Butter, per lb., ls. öd.'; Glenlee, 2s. 6d. fresh, and 2s. salt ; Wollongong, ls. 9d. to 2s. ; cheese (colonial), 7d. to 8d. ; bacon, (colonial) öd. to 7d. ; lard, 4d. to 5d. ; eggs, ls. 6d.-to ls. Sd. , * * VEGETABLES-Potatoes, (old) per cwt., 24s. ; new (Sydney grown), 28s. to 80s. ; cabbages, per doz., 4s. to 9s. ; cauliflowers, 6s. to 8s. ; lettuees, 2s. to 4s. ; turnips, per dozen buuches, 3s. to 4s. ; leeks, ls. to 2s. ; parsnips, 3s. to 4s. ; carrots, 3s. to 4s. ; pumpkins, 18s. to 30s. per dozen; peas, per bushel, 9s. to 12s; beans (broad) 6s. to 8s. ; French, 8s. to 12s. FRUIT.-Oranges, per dozen, ls. 6d. to 2s. 6d. ; lemons, 9d. to ls. ; citrons, 8d. to ls. ; loquats, per basket, 6s. to ,8s. ; bananas, per dozen, ls. 6d. to 2s. ; strawberries,,per quart, 2s. 6'd...

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NEW CALEDONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 19 November 1853

NEW CALEDONIA. The engraving on the preceding page is from a sketch kindly placed at our disposal by Mr. J. H. Cassell. It represents the N. W. point of the island of New Caledonia, which was recently taken nossession of bv the French. The island lies in the South Pacific Ocean, in a direction from N. E. to S. W. ; the North Cape is in lat. 22° 10' S.,lon.'. 104° 14' E. The South Cape is iu lat. 22° 30' S., long. 166° 54' E. Port St. Vincent, on the W. coast, is about 750 miles from Moreton Bay, and nearly 1200 from Port Jackson. Coral reefs,.which are rapidly changing iivform, and extending in various directions, surround nearly the whole island, the only clear portion being1 on the N. E.,,side, where, the French have planted their flag and formed, their settlement' , The island is highly picturesque in appearance, and well wooded in portions, the natives are numerous,' and dangerous to have dealings with,.beiny: exceedingly, wild and.savage in their habits. H.M.S. . Herald and Tor...

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LETTERS HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 19 November 1853

LETTERS HOME. WE have much pleasure in giving our, readers a second extract from " A Becent Arrival's Monthly fetter Home :. "October, 1853. " Sydney is a very fine city. The-entrance to it, which is called Port jackson, and is a succession of beautiful bays, is one of the finest natural harbours in the world. The scenery, in my opinion, comes up to anything I have seen in Scotland, in point of grandeur and beauty. I remarked to a friend, while admiring it, that-it would almost repay any one, in independent circumstances, the expense and trouble of comimr out from England, were it for a view of the port alone. As a city, there is no comparison between Sydney and Melbourne, and the climate is infinitely better, being more uniform. Apart from the fine public buildings which are to be seen in all parts of the city, Sydney ;enjoys a site equal, if not superior to Edinburgh itself. The population is computed to be about 80,000, but it is difficult to form a correct estimate. I have no do...

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PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 19 November 1853

PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS. MAI-COM'S AMAIIITHEATRE.-The Circus appears to lose norie of its attraction, and if we can judge from the hig-hly respectable attendance which nightly graces the dvess.-circle, and the very flat- tering reception Professor Lees has experienced in the different characters in which he has appeared, we think the proprietor will succeed in establishing it as a first-class place of amusement. We only hope that the Professor will make his engagement a perma- nent one. We were much pleased with the Ballet arranged by Pro- fessor Lees, called the "Barberand Beadle." It is certainly the . most complete little thing we have seen brought out at the Circus. All -the characters were well sustained. The performance of Master George Lees, on the terestial globe, was excellent. We.; think he rather excels Mr. Melville in that particular. We would > again suggest to Mr. Brown the necessity of an improvement'in . the miisic, and a greater variety. The music, on Tuesday night, .....

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