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GOULBURN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH AND MONUMENT TO REV. MR. ROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 28 February 1874

GOULBURN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH AND MONUMENT TO REV. MR. ROSS. THE Goulburn Presbyterian Church was originally built about the year IS40, but two years ago it was considerably enlarged and improved, at an expense of £700, only a small portion of which remains unpaid. Adjoining it are the ministers' residence and TH 15 LAT tí CHARLES YOUNO-, COMEDIAN PLAN VOR KKEE SELECTING LANI) UNDER TUE NEW ACT PKOVOSKD UY TUR WoitKiNc MUN'.S POM'TIOAIJ ASSOCIATION. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH AND MONUMENT TO THE REV. MR. ROSS, GOULBURN. other buildings belonging to the congregation. The old manse, which waa erected at the same time as the Church, fell into the hands of Government some years ago, the land upon which it stood being required for rail- way purposes ; but liberal compensation having been granted by the authorities, the money thus obtained enabled the congrega- tion to erect a far more commodious and handsome building. A school-house and j teachers' residence occupy a position close to thc manse,...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 28 February 1874

CORDIAL LABELS KEPT IN STOCK BY GIBBS, SH ALLARD, & CO., Printers, Publishers, Account Book Manufacturers, Engravers, Electrotypers, and Stereotypers, 108 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. Broughton Bitters Champagne Bitters Genuine Tonic Bitters Superior Tonic Bitters Orange Bitters Raspberry Balm. Genuine Orange Bitters Superior Stomach Bitters Wine Bitters Superior Bitters. Green Ginger Brandy Superior Green Ginger Brandy Cherry Cordial Champagne Cider Ginger Brandy Cherry Brandy. Clove Cordial. Pine Apple Cider. Curagoa. Cloves. Gingerette. Lime Juice Cordial. Clove Cordial Cinnamon Cordial Quinine Still Champagne. Oriental Liquor Superior Raspberry Noyeau Milk Punch , Superior Noyeau Rum Punch Peppermint (a variety) Superior Old Tom Lemon Syrup Pine Apple Raspberry Syrup Maraschino Orange Syrup Superior Noyeau De Paris Jargonelle Syrup. Ginger Wine Aromat. Tonic Wine Tonic Wine Superior Tonic Water Raspberry Wine Superior Whiskey. " ILLUSTRATED SYDNEY NEWS " NEW SOUTH WALES WEATHER ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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THE CHRISTMAS TREE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 28 February 1874

THE CHRISTMAS TREE. J. HE Christmas Tree is ot German origin, and is mentioned by Dr. Martin Luther, the great Reformer ; but it is only in Germany where it deserves the name ; where it is not a toy for boys and girls,'but a great and glorious institution ; for around the Christ- mas Tree, on the eve of this great festival, are assembled' together, as one large family, all the members of the same household. No one returns empty-handed from its genial in- fluence, and all, even the lowliest and poor- est, have contributed to make it holy by surrounding it with loving gifts and remem- brances. It bas been raised by all who dwell beneath the same roof, and there has been much secret industry employed by those whose hands have fashioned the gifts, where the means failed to purchase them ; much mystery in the shopping, where means were plentiful. As a natural consequence, there are many agreeable surprises, while each one of the party has the double enjoy- ment of giving and receiving ; ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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SALT FOR SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 28 February 1874

SALT FOR SHEEP. INQUIRIES arning sheep farmers have led me to the following canclusions :-(a) Salt pos- sesses no property of curing fluke after it has once reached the liver ; the use of it may, indeed, prove beneficial to the sheep's gene- ral health and strength, and by that means may prevent the fluke from going ahead ; but if the fluke has once reached the liver the salt never succeeds in reaching it, or by that means in killing it. (b) Whenever the sheep has been kept constantly supplied with salt from the day when he first began to eat grass, he has been virtually exempt from fluke. I do not say that those who have given salt in this way never have a single sheep affected with fluke ; but from what 1 can learn, their losses from fluke have become merely nominal. This is shown to be the case in the salt bush country, where there are often swampy places in abundance that would serve as fluke harbours, since the sheep that have been bred there never suffer from fluke. The only r...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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TESTIMONIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 28 February 1874

TESTIMONIALS. Please forward me " Little Wanzer" No. I with slab, for which I enclose P. O. 0. I may state that the one I got from you before gives great satisfaction. I put it together and was able to work it within an hour. So much for its simplicity ; for though I have seen sewing machines, I never had my hand on one before. J. N. NICHOLSON, Denman. My machine was more than twelve months coming up from the time it left your shop. I like it very much. Myself and ladies here who have had the loan of the machine, prefer it before any other, and will always recom- mend it. E. S. SHERWOOD, Corlatai, Warialda. I beg to acknowledge receipt of " Little Wauzer " Sewing Machine in sound condition. I bad little difficulty in putting it together, and it works beautifully. W. WILKINSON, Morpeth. Having used the " Little Wanzer" for several months, I have much pleasure in bearing my testimony to it as a really useful Family Sewing Machine. I have tried it on different kinds of work, and am per...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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THE LITTLE WANZER [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 28 February 1874

THE LITTLE WANZER has beeu selected for use in the Irish National Schools. Illustrated Price Lists, containing opinions of the Press, selected from the high-class newspapers of Great Britain, can be had POST Jb'REE on application.

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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HORSE BREEDING FOR HUNTING PURPOSES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 28 February 1874

HORSE BREEDING FOR HUNTING PURPOSES. Notes by" SCRUTATOR. I THE successful breeding of horses requires no small share of judgment as well as a tho- rough knowledge of all those points which, when combined, constitute what is commonly called symmetry. In breeding horses, there are also many other considerations to be attended to besides shape and make. Both sire and dam should be of good constitutions, and free from any natural defect in wind, limb, or vision ; accidental defects are of little consequence-the loss of an eye, for instance, where there is no constitutional weakness or deformity in that organ: Broken knees, and other injuries to the limbs and feet, from accidental causes, are of little im- port in brood mares. Spavins and curbs are, however, highly objectionable, being gene- rally the result of weakness in the hock joint. Even ring bones and sand cracks should be avoided. I once had a very fine brood mare with a sand crack, which I thought little of, and put her to a fi...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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A CRUISE IN BASS'S STRAITS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 28 February 1874

A C ll U I S E IN B A S S'S STRAITS. 1.-CLEFT TSLAXD, ANSER OROUr, FROM THE NORTH, 2.-WILSON'S PROMONTORY, FROM THE WEST, 3.-REFUGE COVE, LOOKING NORTH-EAST. 4.-ENTRANCE TO QIPPS LAND LAKES. ' A CRUISE IN BASS'S STRAITS. 5.-THE VICTORIA PASSING BETWEEN WILSON'S PROMONTORY AND WATTLE ISLAND. 6.-VIEW FROM TOP OF RABBIT ISLAND, LOOKING N.E. 7.-CURTIS ISLAND FROM THE NORTH-EAST. , 8.-WARATAH BAY, LOOKING TOWARDS THE PROMONTORY,

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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A CRUISE IN BASS'S STRAITS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 28 February 1874

A CRUISE IN BASS'S STRAITS. ON the appointed day, at four of the clock, and with some three good hours of daylight before her, the good ship Victoria cast oft* from her moorings in Hobson's Bay, and steered a bold course for the Head3. Passing through the Rip at dusk (dinner having ere this been bravely negotiated), she headed for the Schanck, carrying with her a light breeze, and a sea untroubled by alight | save the long lazy swell which ceaselessly washes our southern coast, even on the calm- est and stillest nicht. The majority of the passengers had sufficient sea legs from former voyages not to allow a mere rolling swell to invalid them. Accordingly they ate, yarned, drank, and smoked until bed time, aud then followed something as remarkable in its way as the islnnds we are slowly voyaging to. Every bunk was filled, and many were com- pelled to camp down on sofas and the floor, while one adventurous youth, after taking up his bed and walking several times, at last in sheer desp...

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VISIT OF THE S.S. ALHAMBRA TO MILFORD SOUND, NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 28 February 1874

VISIT OF THE S.S. ALHAMBRA TO MILFORD SOUND, NEW ZEALAND. -UNDERWOOD UAI1BOÜ. 2.-THE LION. 3. -DESERTED HUTS. ^.-ENTRANCE TO TUE SOUND.

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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VISIT OF THE ALHAMBRA STEAMSHIP TO MILFORD SOUND, N. Z. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 28 February 1874

VISIT OF THE ALHAMBRA. STEAM- SHIP TO MILFORD SOUND, N. Z. L'HAT portion of New Zealand known as tlie 1 Middle Island, whick includes some of the most important and flourishing provinces in the colony, is remarkable for the varied magnificence of the scenery, no less than the inhospitable and dangerous character of the coast. For a distance of 500 miles on the west the only places of shelter for shipping are those peculiar inlets or sounds, the northernmost of which forms the subject of our sketch. In approaching from seaward there is such a sameness in the appearance of the land that, unleus a vessel knows her position accurately, it is difficult at a distance to distinguish one sound from another. The smaller inlets seem like deep ravines between precipitous and rugged mountains, and can- not be approached with safety, except in boats. In consequence also of the enormous quantity of fresh water which falls in cas- cades with a deafening noise from the steep alpine ridges, there is...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 28 February 1874

BEST FOOD FOR INFANTS.-"H.E.H. Prince Albert Victor thrives so well upon it that it must be very good."-T. M. Kendall, Medical Attendant io U.R.JJ. the Princess of Wales. "This food resembles Mother's Milk as closeiy as possible."-Dr. H. Barker on Right Food for Infants. " Highly nourishing and easily digested."-br. JIassall. It combines the most valua- ble FLESH and BONE-FORMING SUBSTANCES, and differs essentially from other farinaceous foods, which being quite unable to afford proper nourishment to a growing infant, frequently lead to a rickety and idiotic con- dition. Savory <fc Moore's preparation has also the advantage of being freed from the ground husk of the corn, winch produces iiritatiou of the bowels and in- tractable diarrhoea. No boiling or straining required. Sold in tins by Savory & Moore, 143 New Bond Street, London. Procurable of all Chemists and Italian "Warehousemen throughout the world. 2 CARD.-THE CELEBRATED X3L MADAME BOOSHALL, Phrenologist. ...

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" THE HUSBAND'S BOAT. " A VICTORIAN SKETCH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 28 February 1874

" THE HUSBAND'S BOAT. " -a vici OMAN SKETCH. Ä. rL,jsASANï spot is (Queenscliff-the Margate of Victoria-during the hot summer months, when the burning breezes blow mercilessly on parched-up Melbourne across the arid plains to the nor:h, or bear on their wings the acrid fumes of bush fires from the still further off ranges, so conveniently is it situr ated, and such a favorite place of summer sojourn has it become, that the pleasant fashion, so common now at the watering places at home, of men sending their wives and families to rusticate and recruit during the unpleasant heats of summer, whilst they themselves attend to their business in town, has set in, and has acclimatised what is popularly and somewhat jocularly, perhaps, known as " the Husband's Boat," a steamer starting from Melbourne with its freight of lords of creation on Saturday afternoons, and bringing them back to town in time for gene- ral business on Mondays. What a busy time the beach and pier pre- sents as the hour ...

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CAMPBELLTOWN, TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 28 February 1874

CAMPBELLTOWN, TASMANIA. CAMPBELLTOWN, a township in Tasmania, well known' to all who have travelled by coach from Launceston to Hobart Town, is forty miles south-east from the former place and eighty from the latter. The traveller accustomed to rural townships which are reckoned complete if they consist of some half dozen weatherboard houses, and include a blacksmith's anda carpenter's, shop, a store, and the inevitable hotel, is apt to be sur- prised to find the townships in Tasmania possessing a far.more substantial appearance and character. In Campbelltown, or in- stance, the houses are mostly built of stone, and numerous enough to accommodate a popu- lation of about 1000, the whole place having such an air of respectable antiquity as to suggest thoughts and reminiscences of the old country. For a colonial township Camp- belltown is indeed old, having received its name from Governor Macquarie in June, 182], and having been officially proclaimed] in the Hobart Town Gazette, of 13t...

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THE NEW GENERAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 28 March 1874

THE NEW GENERAL POST OFFICE. AT the present time, when public attention is directed to postal routes, and the success of the Sydney and San Francisco line is the topic of conversation, we have thought it a good opportunity to place before our numer ; ous readers a view of our new General Post 'Office, the western half of which is now nearly completed, and, from which in future, all European, American, and colonial mails will be made up and despatched. This imposing building stands in what will he St. Martin's-lane, a new street, .and will occupy its entire length, a distance of 345 feet. It will connect George and Pitt streets, affording a long-desired and much-needed channel of communication between those thoroughfares at this point. The portion of new building »ow nearly ready for occupation is next to ^George-street, as shown in our view, and its lofty elevations of chaste Italian architecture have that grandeur of effect appropriate to a public building fitted for so important a...

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THE ZIG-ZAG, GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 28 March 1874

THE ZIG-ZAG, GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. ONE of the most impressive sights and grand- est hits of engineering in the world-one, too, which will lose little by comparison with that wonder of the 19th century, the trans-continental railway of America-is the Great Zig-zag at Mount Victoria, on the Western line of New South Wales. This magnificent work, which can be best in- spected from the stand-point taken by our artist at the bottom of the gully in the fore- ground, is cut out of the solid rock which formed the side of the terror of teamsters in days gone by, and cost about £25,000 per mile. In its passage across the Blue Moun- tain Bange, the railway as a rule follows the track marked out by Messrs. Wentworth, Lawson, and Blaxland, till it reaches the extreme end of Mount Victoria, where the descent into Lithgow Valley commences, which feat is accomplished by means of three zig-zag lines formed in the precipitous face of the mountain, whose total height above sea level is nearly 4000 fe...

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AFFRAY WITH NATIVES AT BARROWS CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 28 March 1874

AFFRAY WITH NATIVES AT BARROWS CREEK. THE telegraph operators at the Barrow's Creek station, on the overland line of tele- graph, had a serious encounter with the natives on the 22nd February last, which was attended with fatal results to Mr. Stapleton, the station-master, and a line-man named Frank. The attack was made without the slightest provocation, the sole object of the natives being to get possession of the flour and mutton in the station. The natives had been kindly treated by ail accounts, and had received several presents. The station premises were specially erected for the pur- poses of defence ; the building is of stone, and forms three sides of a square, with high walls and a strong iron gate across the back. In front of the house there are four windows, well protected with iron bars ; there are also loop-holes all round the house, but no other opening to the outside. All the doors open into the yard, the house is roofed with iron, and when the iron gates are closed it...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 28 March 1874

THE FASHIONS FOR THIS SEASON; NEW DRESS FABRICS, NOVELTIES IN MADE-UP COSTUMES, AT DAVID JONES & COMPANY'S, 345 and 347 GEORGI! STREET, SYDNEY. OUR IMPORTATIONS for this SEASON are unusually large and recherché. Wo Receive in TWO SHIPMENTS EACH MONTH, ALSO BY MAIL STEAMERS, All the latest productions in ENGLISH AND FRENCH MILLINERY LYONS SILKS, SUPERIOR MANUFACTURE. LACES ! RIBBONS ! ! SASHES ! ! ! JOSEPHINE AND TREFFONSSE KID GLOVES. MADEIRA, FRENCH, AND SWISS EMBROIDERY. We are also showing a choice variety of SEASIDE AND MORNING COSTUMES, In new fabrics for this season. g-Sr" LA DIES are politely invited io infect our multifarious departments, now so AMPLY STOCKED with New Goods. Families favouring us with their orders, may rest assured that iliey will be faiOtfully and speedily executed. DAVID JONES & COMPANY. THE OLD ESTABLISHED CRICKETING DEPOT. GEORGE HURLEY & CO., IMPORTERS OF BRUSH AND COMBWARE, PORTMAN- TEAUS, VALISES, LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S HAND A...

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THE NEW SOUTH WALES MINISTRY THE HON. HENRY PARKES, [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 28 March 1874

THE NEW SOUTH WALES MINISTRY THE HON. HENRY PARKES, THE present Colonial Secretary of New South Wales, is a statesman who has for many years been closely identified with public affairs in this colony, aud has, almost ever since he arrived in Sydney, taken a prominent position in connection with the political questions of the,time. He was born in the parish of Stoneleigh, Warwickshire, in 1S15, and is consequently now fifty-nine years of age. Mr. Parkes arrived in Sydney in the year 1S39. His first occupation Avas in the iron store of the late Mr. Burdekin, and after a short stay there and at Russell's foundry, he obtained employment in the Customs in 1840, but soon afterwards took a small shop in Hunter-street, where he carried on business as toy dealer. During all this time he had identified himself with the political movements going on in Sydney, and in 1850 he started the Empire, newspaper, which he carried on with singular ability for a number of years, but which adverse cir- cu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 28 March 1874

PEAPES AND SHAW, RESPECTFULLY invite the attention of their friends and the public generally to the undermentioned NEW GOODS, feeling assured that for QUALITY, STYLE AND PRICE they will COMPARE FAVOUR- ABLY WITH ANY GOODS IN THE TRADE. J. and R. Morley's GENUINE ANGLO INDIAN GAUZE UNDER -SHIRTS : and PANTS. FINE SUMMER MERINO DITTO, and GAUZE COTTON DITTO. ÀLL SILK and SPUN fancy HALF HOSE. PEARL SILK AND JET BLACK SILK HALF-HOSE. CLOCKED SEAMS, now very, much worn with shoes in full dress. Gentlemen's. Balbriggan Half-Hose, Lisle Thread ditto. GENTLEMEN'S BRACES. LR. Cantab Leather Berlin Silk web Calf French Guyot Buck Boys'braces PHOENIX BRAND PAPER COLLARS. Shakspeare Hero New Dux Hyde Park West End Period Guards Dux Pall Mall. NEW LINEN COLLARS. Harvard Grosvenor Admiral Pall Mall Suez Mariner Flag Imperial Dux Bute Stanley Harrow Rajah. NEW LINEN CUFFS. Dauntless Harrowgate General Magnus. NEW SCARFS. NEW COMBINATION COLOURS. Rich fancy stripe, Aleppo Scarfs, Grenadine Scarfs ...

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