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Ramie Plant, or Sea Grass. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 March 1870

Ramie Plant, or Sea Grass. IN a lato issuo of tao Town and Country Journal wo gavo a description of that very remarkable plant, variously termed tho Barnie Plant, tho Sea Grass, or Chinoso Grass. How long this plant has boen known in Asia for its peculiar properties thero is very littlo ovidenco, but it has been carefully raised , by tho Chineso gardonors from seed, and the fibres i of tho plant havo boen manufactured into textile fabrics of tho most various dogrces of iinonoss for at least hundreds of years. Amongst Europeans, how ovor, it has boon only known during tho last fifteen yoors, and was first introduced to thoir notico in the form of pockot handkerchiefs. Thero seems to bo no end to tho variety of woven fabrics into which it may bo manufactured. Pockot handkerchiefs, fino as tho finest cambric, sheets finer than tho finest linen, coats of ovorlasting wear and imperishable gloss; dress pieces rivalling tho most costly muslins and oven silks in beauty, and surpassing thom ...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 March 1870

X ORLCULTURAL SOCIETY OF NEW _C_L. SOUTH WALES. Metropolitan Intercolonial Exhibition, in commemoration of tho Centenary Anniversary of tho discov ery of Australia, to ho hold in the new Exhibition Building, Prlnco Alfred Park, Sydney, commencing On TUESDAY, 10th AUGUST, 1870, and closing about the . ¡ ? . 15th SEPTEMBER following, . . when prlzos will be givon for oxhlblts in tho following Depart ments. FIRST DEPARTMENT-AGRICULTURAL. I.-HORSES. TI.-CATTLE. : ' ILT.-SHEEP. ' I v.--PIGS V.-POULTRY. VI.-DOGS. VII-WOOL. VIII.-WINE. IX.-SUGAR. X.-FARM PRODUCE., XI.-VEGETABLE, FRUITS, and FLOWERS XII.-MANURES. XIII.-IMPLEMENTS. SECOND DEPARTMENT-NON-AGRICULTURAL. I. -FINE.AUTH, viz.- ' _ Oil Colour-Historical. Landscapo, and Marine Paintings Portraits Animals Fruit and flowers Water Colour-Ditto ditto ditto Crayon Chalk-Ditto ditto ditto Photography, lithography, engraving Architecture, modelling, carving, &o, II. -APPAllATUH AK« Ari'MOATION Ol' LlDEBAI, AltTH viz : Printing nnd ...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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The Wonders of Water. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 March 1870

The Wonders of Water. | THE extent to which water mingles with hollies ap parently tho most solid is truly wonderful. Tho glittering opal which heauty wears as an ornament is only flint and water. Of every twelvo hundred tons of earth which a landlord has in his estate, four hundred aro water. Tho snow-capped summits of our liighçst mountains have many million tons of wator in a solid ified form. In every Plastor-of-Paris statue which an Italian caries through our streets for salo there is one pound of water to four pounds of chalk. Tho air wo breatho contains five pounds of wator to each cubic foot of its bulk. Tho potatoes and turnips which aro boiled for our dinner havo, in their raw state, tho ono sovonty fivo per cent, and tho other ninety-five per cent, of water. If a man weighing ono hundred and forty pounds, was squeezed in a hydraulic press, seventy pounds of water would run out, tho balance would bo solid matter. A man is, chemically speaking, forty five pounds of carbon a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 March 1870

T T OWN HAL L Commercial and Family Hotel, WYNYARD SQUARE, SYDNEY. Tho MISSES HORNER, late of tho Clarendon Hotel, Manly Beach. Superior accommodation for Prlvato Families, Country Gentlemen, and others, with hath rooms, &c. J O H N B L O W, COMMERCIAL HOTEL, Corner of KING and SUSSEX STREETS, Sydney. Suporior Accommodation for Visitors from the Interior. N.B.-Tho Wine and Spirit Departmont uoqualled for quality or prlco. H O M A S Ü A L L T. Wine and Spirit Merchant¿ 143 PITT-STREET, (Opposito Vickory's Buildings.) SYDNEY. N.B.-Country orders executed with punctuality and despatch. U B L I 0 N O TICE Bull's "Head. BED WHITE AND BLUE HOUSE, George-street, opposito the Central Police Office ON SALE per bottle Boat French cognac .. .. ..2 United Vineyard Association Brandy .. .. 8 Clouzoau, No, 0, old pale Brandy .. .. .. 8 Martoll bluo label Brandy .. .. .. .. 4 Honnoosy's Battlo Axo Brandy .. .. ..40 G. Dennis, H. Monnlo, and Co. Brandy .. ..46 La Grand marque palo Brandy .....

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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My Holiday Trip to Victoria and Tasmania. CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 March 1870

SCENE OF THE MANIAC'S STOB.Y. My Holiday Trip to Victoria and I WWI. "'asmania. ^ "f[0ONTINUED.'J WE did not linger long nt thc Salmon Ponds, for thero was not much to seo thoro, and wo wero anxious to return to New' Norfolk, that we might havo a ramble upon its gentle slopes, and pay a visit to tho Lunatic Asylum, winch I was assured was well worthy inspec tion. So bidding adieu to the gentleman who had charge of theso interesting reservoirs, wo were soon jauntily making our way along tho road back. Our sharpened appetites impelled, us forward at greater speed than wo had made out, and wo quickly overcame tho ruts, sidelings, and other difficulties of tho road, as we saluted tho soft air which kissed its way through thogreon solitudes of tho peaceful valloy-regarding with somo curiosity tho new hop plants, whoso leaves in myriads oh cveiy sido rustled in thc sunshine, and glancing at tho awakening blossoms which glimmered en tho sod. Tho Bush Hotel is a real old country inn, comfor...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Exodus from South. Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 March 1870

The Exodus from South. Australia. THE proprietors of tho South Australian Register, having issued circulars to thou- correspondents ant others, requesting answers to questions touching the exodus of the agricultural population which has existed for somo time past in that colony, and is still going on, have received convincing proof of tho wisdom of pro viding liberal land laws, if they wish to retain tho population in tho country. The exodus from South Australia is chiefly in tho direction of Victoria-the present land regulations of that colony affording great inducements to the agriculturist to settle there; whereas, in South Australia, what with tho failure of last year's crops, aud tho unsatisfactory naturo of tho Land Act, thoro is no prospect to induce old settlers to romain, nor to now arrivals to make the colony their homo. That tho reader may judge of tho unani mity of the agricultural population in this important matter, we subjoin tho following reports, which havo been fur...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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Household Recipes. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 March 1870

Household Recipes. Io OLEAN GOLD LAGE.-Gold lace|ia easily cleaned aätatored to its original ?brightness by rubbing it wk a »ft brush dipped in roche-alum burnt, sifted to 'wy fine powder. AutOND BLOOM.-Dust of Brazil -wood one ounce ; nt«, threo pints ; boil, strain ; add isinglass, six Nuns; coohineal, two draohms ; alum, one ounce T«i three draohms ; boil again, and strain through a ot cloth. This k a fine pink colour used by the per fumer, fe LIPS.-The use of cayenne lozenges ' deepens «?natural crimson of tho lips : the effect of this car nmtiTo preparation upon the stomach and tho breath J« tho Bama timo corrective and grateful ; and it;may *&M recourao to on symptoms of sore throat. *jame lozenges are prepared as follows :-Powdered *W>, «»» mucilage of gum tragacanth, sufficient Wuytomix; add essence, tincture, or vinegar of «jaine, or a little soluble cayenne pepper dissolved in n*r to flavour. IW-AD-FED.-This is by far tho most wholesome of "TMDPJ' Take three pou...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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THE HOLY GRAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 March 1870

THE HOLY GRAIL. BY ALFRED TENNYSON. Sometimes, on lonely mountain-mereB' I find a magic bark ; I leap on board; no helmsman steers ; , I float till all is dark ' A gentle sound, an awful light ! Three angels bear the holy Grail : . : .With folded feet, in stoics of white, i On sleepless wings they sail. Ah, blessed vision ! blood of God, My spirit beats her mortal bars, As down dark tides the glory Blides, . And star-light mingles with the stars. The clouds are broken in the sky, And through tho mountain-walls A rolling organ-harmony Swells up, and shakes, and falls Then move the trees, the copses nod ; Wings flutter, voices hover clear : "0, just and faithful Knight of God ! Ride on 1 the prize is near." So pass I hostel, hall, and grange ; By bridge and ford, by park and pale, All-armed I ride, what'er betide, Until I find the holy Grail.

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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LADIES' COLUMN. Woman's Mission. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 March 1870

|~~Woman's Mission. ' .^Iambus braved the perils of unknown seas i S*?wrica to tho world, it was tho white hand of ^ that fitted him for his venturesome voyage o i^rT go woman equips man every day for th ^ rf life. Woman, as man's helper, rises to he ^iL and best altitude. " Ho represents tho in '{Sethe mind-governing heart. Power appei S iThim; but influence, more subtle and pene tuthan power-another name for power in it Plicate and all-pervading form-belongs to her. "dridan said, "It is by woman that nature writei . the heart of man ;" and what hand can trace sucl 1 Ki inscriptions upon that book, when it is sacredlj |T"swtfo'8? Was there ever man, however groai Amoral strength, however exalted his intellectua 2 ft whose powers could not bo increased by a wife's JV enfeebled hythe down-dragging weight ofhei "ïrmpathetio opposition. The man to whom she ie M (when that union is not a mero formal mockeiy] ?rt Inspiration from the magnetic breath of her Sedative praises. If ho be fort...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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THE NOVELIST. MARK FELTON. HIS ADVENTURES, PERILS, AND ESCAPES. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 March 1870

THE NOVELIST. -^X5S .MLTON. ^¿.¿jjVENTURES, PERILS, AND ESCAPES. At first tho squfttterjvvas unablo to discern who oi Vt was within tho cavern; until his eyes becoming r Uinr' with the gloom discovered to him the forms of rteirl nnil Mark Felton. Judith stood before him, \ eagerly into his face. Mark lay upóñ a bed of fem and leaves further away. Ho echoed tho cry with írhich tho girl had saluted Mr. Garnet, and by a pain ful offort succeeded in raising himself upon his elbow. At this moment Boco entered the cavern with a torch which ho had manufactured of resinous bark ; and by its light tho squatter could perceive how worn and wasted poor Mark had becomo. Tho lad smiled as his friend's pitying gaze foll upon him, and extending his band said "You seo, Garnet, I am freo, though placed hors de «Wi&aí. Never mind, anything woro better than that cursed prison life. And you see, this bravo girl has found mo out," and ho smiled kindly at Judith, who itood apart, her bosom heaving...

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Agricultural Meetings, &o. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 March 1870

Agricultural Meetings, &o. THE approaching shows at Yass and Goulburn clash with oaoh othor. A meeting of tho Yass Society -was held on Saturday, tho Von. Archdeacon Lillingston m tho chair, when a tolegram from Mr. A. G. Finlay, hon. seo. to the Argyle Society was read, requesting tho Yass Committee to adjourn their show for a weok. Tho committoo decided that it -was impossible to make any altoration. A meeting of tho Commitfcco of tho Hunter River Agricultural and Horticultural Association was held at tho Northumberland Hotel, Wost Maitland, on Tues day, Mr. O. F. Holmes in the chair. A letter was read from tho President (Mr. J. Wyndam), stating that ho woidd give £5 towards increasing the prizes for tho ploughing matches.-Tho secretary laid upon tho table a draft of thebuihiing about tobo erected in Prince Alfred Park, Sydney, by the Agricultural Association of Now South "Wales, also a copy of tho annual pamphlet of the Northern Agricultural Association, and announced tha...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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THE DAIRY. Cheese and Butter. No. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 March 1870

THE DAIEY. Oheese and Butter. No. 3. WE SOO no reason why our dairymen should not manufacturo a quality of cheeso which should com mand tho highest prico, hoth in our own and in foreign markots. As wo havo said, tho climnto of tho colony is moro favourahlo to tho ox than that of Europe and North America ; and wo only require to raiso cortairl nutritious grasses to soctiro, at nil times, an abundant flow of milk, richincuscousconstitxionts. And hore wo must refer to tho iniluenco of certain grasses on tho flavour and quality of both cheeso and butter. Wo niontionodin our last that a particularly rank, musky flavour characterises all American cheeso, and wo mentioned that no chango in tho kind of grass sown for pasturo or fodder had any effect in romoving tho taint, so that people wore compelled to adopt tho hypothesis that tho soil of tho Now Eng land und other dairy stntos gavo this ineradicable taint to tho grasses in tho first instance It is only of lato years that tho attention o...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MINES AND MINING. Mining Items. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 March 1870

MINES AND MINING. Mining Items. SOME excitement has been caused nt Tumut b rumour that some quartz from Murphy and C claim, at Sandy Creek, had yiolded an excellent turn. Tho report was by many considered too good bo true ; but it is substantially correct, 3¿ tons crus by Messrs. Edwards Brothers, at Adelong, hav yielded 30 ozs. 5 dwts. 12 grs. Tho reef in this ch is wry narrow, only somo two or threo inches wide, J tho proprietors at about 00 foot deep havo como ?water which is rather difficult to contend against ; ' tlioy hope to bo nblo to put in a tunnel which will liovo tho claim of superfluous fluid. Tho reef situated on a high rango overhanging Jumper's Ore which is one of tho small tributaries nfc tho source tho Sandy Creek, and about twenty miles from Tum No doubt this splendid return will bo tho means giving n fresh impetus to i>rospcoting for reefs in i eastern portion of tho Tumut district. Tho recent dry weather at Junco had greatly int fcred with digging operations....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The intercolonial Exhibition Building,— Prince. Alfred Park. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 March 1870

The intercolonial Exhibition"! Build ing,- Prince. Alfred Park. The foundation stono of tho Intercolonial Exhibí i- : ttnildinir in Alfred Parle (an ongravmg of which bWiffi&B iBsae) was laid by tho Eight Wor wffiS Mayor of Sydney (Walter Kenny, Esq.), Wednesday, tho Oth instant, in the presenco of tho "'L of tho Municipal Council and tho President jncmpors or / * q Wains AfiTioultnral am Tàaowtary of *ho Now Sout]l Walcs ^S1-1011^"T1 Q viv Tho Mayor and Aldormon having held Their usual quarterly mooting, at noon of that day, S a wit of inspection to, tho municipal works m í^woss and having arrived at Pnnco Alfred S were" joined by Sir William Macarthur, irr J Joubort, and several other gontlemon. Not withstanding that tho rain had not in tho least decree abated, and awakened unpleasant rommis nncos of the extremely unfavourably atmospheric conditions that militated so much against tho success of tho Intercolonial Exhibition of last year, it was resolved to proceed at once w...

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Jottings by the Way. THE ALBURY VINEYARDS. FROM OUR TRAVELLING REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 March 1870

Jottings by the Way. THE ALBURY VINEYARDS. FROM OUR TRAVELLING REPORTER. ALBURY and vineyards are becoming more and more associated every year, de facto ct in nomine. Each year sees large additions made to the already large acreage covered with the vine-for almost every farmer in the district cultivates from half an acre to ton, and yearly adds to the plantation ; so that the banks of the Murray on each side for forty miles will, in course of time, stand thick with green regi- ments of choice vines, competing for fame and excel- lence in the markets of Melbourne and Sydney. The heat and drought of the last three months, however, are telling fearfully on the fruit of the present season. The muscatels are shrivelled into raisins on the stalks, and the other varieties are scarce half their size. The leaves are falling off so fast that many plants retain no shade at all ; this is attributed to an over-dose of side-pruning, which ; seems to have been avoided in the larger vineyards- , an...

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DUBBO. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 March 1870

DUBBO. PASTORAL AND AGRICULTURAL. — The recent rains are now beginning to tell their tale. The usual brown, clay-looking appearance of the ground is fast disappearing, and the country   is assuming the hue of the Emerald lsle. Some people say they can see the grass growing. About Dubbo there is a more verdant (I am not speaking or population) appearance than we have had for two or three months past. From the Bourke mailman, who arrived yesterday late, I learn that rain has been abundant throughout the back country ; the roads are difficult to travel, boggy, and hard to get along. By the oppo- sition coach from Bourke (Berresford and Jones's) several witnesses for the Wellington Quarter Sessions were bogged at Duck Creek. Two gentlemen came along — being important witnesses, provided by Mr. Beresford with horses, and reached Wellington in time for to-day (Tuesday). By ram- bling from that at which I commenced, pastoral and agricul- tural, you may infer little at present ...

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THE BOGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 March 1870

THE BOGAN. We have had one day's fine rain last Wednesday with a steady downpour, which continued until night, and last night it again rained heavily. Mrs. Keenan has stocked a small drove of cattle for Sydney ; no other stock moving. Mr. .Brown has now commenced to fence in his Bogan runs. He has started with Deruble, lately purchased from Mr. Strahorne. The fence consist of box post, with one pine rail and two No. 6 wires. This is, of course, only for cattle. Mr. Brown is one of those that do not believe in fencing in for sheep, and I think he is about right; for sheep naturally   seek the protection of man, and even where they are kept in paddocks they must be shepherded ; so that when a man fences in and turns his sheep adrift to the mercy of the native dogs, farewell profits, and consequently farewell to the squattage. I have jiist hoard from Mr. Moore, of No. 1, West Bogan, who has returned from atrip to tho Lachlan, that three men havo died of thirst, between Kil...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 March 1870

BIRTHS. On the 6th March, at the Vicarage, Yass, the wife of the Venerable Archdeacon Lillingston, of a son. On the 7th March, at Liverpool, Now South Wales, Mrs. F. Fowler, of a son. Melbourne papers please copy.     On the 4th March, at her residence, Denison-street, Kings— ton, Newtown, the wife of James Neal, late of Camden, of twin sons. All doing well. On the 5th March, at her residence, Oncliffe-house, South Head, the wife of Alexander Coutts, of a daughter. On the 5th March, at her residence, Petersham, the wife of Henry Macnamara, of a daughter. On the 3rd March, at The Cottage, Murrurundi, Mrs. George Grey Brodie, of a son. On the 6th March, at Mowbray House Paterson, the wife of G. J. Frankland, of a daughter.   On the 8th March, at Bargo, Mrs. Edward White, of a daughter.   On the 10th March, at her residence, 886, Riley-street, Surry Hills, Mrs. John Stubbin, of a daughter. On the 12th March, at her residence, 515, Geo...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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Suggestions for an Improved Land Law. To the Editor of the Town and Country Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 March 1870

Suggestions for an Improved Land Law. To the Editor of the Town and Country Journal.   SIR,—I would feel obliged by your insertion of the following letter, if you think it worthy of a place in your columns. Our government, I presume, may be looked upon as the landlord of a great estate. Now the first great object with every landlord should be—the improve- ment of his estate. In dealing with the Crown lands, therefore, their improvement should be the first aim of all legislation—a principle which, it seems to me, has been hitherto lost sight of. I do not say that this should be the one and only object aimed at. The pro- duction of a fair revenue, the encouragement of immi- gration, and the settlement of respectable freeholders, should be incorporated with this first and main prin- ciple. I will endeavour, in as few words as possible, to sketch out how, in my opinion, all these objects could be attained. 1st. I would have large reserves made on or near the coast rivers, a...

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CLEARANCES.March ll. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 March 1870

CLEARANCES.-March ll. ^COASTWISE.- Cleone} for Bellinger River ; Lola Montez, for Macleay Itivor ; Countess of Bolmoro, for Manning Uiver ; Maid of Riverton, for Jervis Bay ; Caledonia, for Port Stopkons ; Gimbola, for Shoal haven ; Maria, for Nowcastlo. March 12. Miss Kilmansegg, 190 tons, Finlayson, for Molhourno, via Newcastle. Lady Young, steamer, 421 tons, Milman, for Bris bane. Passengers-Mrs. Sharkio and 2 children, Mrs. Mossman, Misses Mossman (2), Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Green and chilli, Mrs. Gaden, Miss Trotman, Miss Cribb, alastor- M'Dougall, Hon. R. Towns, Dr. Herman Schmidt, Rev. W. Hickey, Messrs. Sharkie, Gunn, Hinds, B. Schofield, W. R. Russell, Ricketts, Köthel, F. Weston, T. W. Smith, A. II. Gardener, F. W. Heinocko, J. H. Ross, M. Armstrong, R. Brown, G. Cresswell, Crump, Sandoman, J. do "V. Lamb, C. Sin clair, Gaden, and 15 in the steerage. COASTWISE.-Matilda, for Brunswick River ; Edith, for Port Stephens ; "Woniora, for Bulli ; Ino, Duke of Edinburgh, Alert, Hercules...

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