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PROBLEM No. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 15 July 1865

PROBLEM No. 14. BLACK. WHITE. White to play and mate in five moves. Solution wül appear in our next number. A NEW METHOD OF HARDENING CAST IRON!-A patent has just been taken out in France for a method by which cast iron may be made as hard as tempered steel. When the object in cast iron has been filed up and completely finished, it is to be heated to cherry-red, and plunged until it is cold again in a solution containing 70 ozs. troy of sulphuric acid, and 4 ozs. troy of nitric acid to 24 gallons of water. The thickness of sur- face hardened is sufficient foi orninary wear, and the form of the object is not at all altered. THE most lament- able conflagration that has ever oc- curred in Austra- . lia was that by which the magnifi- cent edifice known as St. Mary's Ca- thedral was des- troyed.'The event has caused á pro- found regret, not merely confined to that section of the community who worshipped with- in its walls, and looked with pride Upon their con- nexion with the noblest ecc...

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CHESS. SOLUTION TO PROBLEM 13. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 15 July 1865

CHESS. SOLUTION TO PROBLEM: 13. WHITE. BLACK. 1. E. to Q. B. 4. 1. P. takes R. (beat). 2. B. takes K. Kt. P. 2. P. takes B. 3. P. to K. 4. 3. Any move. 4. P. mates.

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DUTIES NOW PAYABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 15 July 1865

DUTIES NOW PAYABLE. £ s. cl. Whisky, rum, and all other spirits, (except brandy and gin), per gallon. 0 7 '0 Cordials, liqueurs, or.strong waters, per gallon ... 0 10 0 Perfumed spirits, per gallon. ... - ... 0 7 0 Wine containing more than 25 per cent, of alcohol, per gallon. .. 0 10 0 Wine not containing more than 25 per cent, of alcohol, , per gallon. 0 2 0 ! Ale, beer, and porter, in wood, per gallon ... ... 0 0 1 i ,, ,, in bottle, ,, ... ... 0 0 2 Absynth, bitters, &c, per gallon ... ... .:. 0 10 0 Tricopherous (perfumery), per gallon ... ... ... 0 7 0 Coffee and chicory, per lb. . ... 0 0 2 Tobacco (manufactured) and snuff, per lb. ... .. 0 2 0 Tobacco (unmanufactured), per lb. ... ... ... 0 10 Cigars, per lb. ... ....? ... 0 3 0 Opium, per lb. ... ... ... 0 10 0: Treacle and molasses, per cwt. ... ... 0 3 4 And 20 per cent, additional on above. The following articles are exempt from the additional 20 per cent. Customs duty, and pay only the old duty, as follows : Bra...

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ADDITIONAL CUSTOMS' DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 15 July 1865

ADDITIONAL CUSTOMS' DUTIES. On the importation of any goods now liable to duty (except tea, sugar, brandy, and gin), there shall be charged - in addition to such duty twenty .pounds for every hundred pounds thereof, and in proportion for any lesser or greater amount of such duty. Every person who shall on or before the passing of this Act have made or entered into any contract or agreement for the sale or delivery, free of duty, upon or at any time after such day of any article whereupon any additional duty shall be pay¿ able mader the provisions of this Act, shall be at liberty to add to the price contracted for so much money as will be equivalent to the additional duty which shall, by reason of such provisions, haveOaeen paid or made payable on such articles, and shall be entitled by virtue of this Act to be paid the same accordingly by the purchaser of such article, and to sue for and recover the same against such purchaser. Provided that it shall be at the option of such purchas...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 15 July 1865

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. The quantity of breastuffs exported from January 1st to 30th June, exhibits a decrease of about 14,000 tons on the same period of last year. The Judges have decided that the colony is at present without a legal lunatic asylum. A man named Litchfield has reported the discovery of a gold field near Mount Murchison, close to the borders of New South Wales. ' The manner in which the shares of the new bank have been allotted has created great dissatisfaction, some persons got all' they asked for, others got none at all. The nominations for the next Derby and St. Leger have closed, There are 30 entries for the former, and 39 for the latter. The Daily Teletjraph, a new penny paper, made its first appear-; ance at Adelaide on the 3rd inst. \ The Assembly has voted an additional sum of £1,000 to Mr. Stuart, the explorer, now home in ill health and likely to become permanently blind. . ; Judges have decided that Parliament has no power to make Courts of Criminal Jurisdiction,...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 15 July 1865

8SIPPIJSTG. ARRIVALS. June 14.-Albert William, barque, Captain Walker, from Tome, 14th March. June 15.-Helen, barque, Captain Wilson, from Tome, 4th April. June 17.-Adelaide, barque, Captain Birkenshaw, from Tome, 5th March. June 19.-Bogota, ship, Captain Bell, from Valparaiso, 4th April. June 22.-Coya, barque, Captain Paige, from London, 12th March. June 24.-Camilla, barque, Captain Martin, from Calcutta, Viii Melbourne, 8th June ; Beemah, ship, Captain Johnston, from' London, 26th March. June 25.-Mataura, ship, Captain Stewart, from Liverpool, 8th March. June 26.-Queensland, barque, Captain Kelly, from New York, 17th March j Bahia, barque, Captain Smith, from Lon- don, 4bh February. June 28.-Rajah of Cochin, ship, Captain Birkett, from Lon- don, 27th March ; Trebolgan, ship, Captain Borlase, from Liverpool, 27 th February ; Keying, brig, from New York, 14th January. June 30.-Salsette (P. and 0. Steamer) with English Mail, from Gaile, 2nd June. July 1.-Melrose, barque, Captain Bedf...

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CHAPTER II. MY SECOND VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 15 July 1865

CHAPTER, II. MY SECOND VISIT. About six months after the events. of the preceding chapter we completed the survey upon which I had been engaged, and I re- turned to Melbourne. Shortly after my arrival I was glancing through the papers as I sat at breakfast, when some extra large capitals caught my eye. ' CAPTURE OF CAPTAIN GREEN.-This no- torious bushranger, is now safely lodged in the gaol of this city. Sergeant White and Constable Brown got upon his track and were pressing him hard, when his horse fell and rolled upon him, so that they were able to secure him without difficulty. He did not even fire the pistols in his belt, but to do him justice he has always been averse to bloodshed.' As a Government official, though in a tmVirkrflínntn nnai firm T Vi il ri lif-tlt» tntiiMo in suDoramate posición, x naa lime trouble in getting leave to see Captain Green, and to see him alone. " Ah ! Mr, Vierville," he said, springing to his feet with, alacrity as I entered, " I am glad we meet ag...

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VESSELS IN PORT (EXCLUSIVE OF COASTERS). [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 15 July 1865

VESSELS IN PORT (EXCLUSIVE OF COASTERS). SHIPS.-Abrolhos, Albert William, Beemah, Bogota, Buena Vista, Cornwallis, John Duthie, Maid of Judah, Matura, Nineveh, Queen of Nations, Rajah of Cochin, Trebolgan, Wansfell. BARQUES.-Ada, Adelaide, Amyous, Bahia, Bertha, Camilla, Ellesmere, Guadalette, Gruipezcoana, Irene, Krempen Van-delek, Kate, Leonidas, Coya, Louis Kniffler, Melrose, Queensland, Samarang, Union, Volta. BRIGS.-Calypso, Dart, Lady Emma, Keying. SCHOONERS.-Agnes Jessie, Agnes, Mary and Rose, Magellan Cloud, Stanley, Susannah Booth, Amatuer, Chance. STEAMERS.-H..M.S. Esk, 21 guns, ; H.M.S. Salamander, 4 guns ; H.I.M.S. Bonite, 4 gims ; P. and O. steamer Salsette, Sir John Burgoyne, Salamander. .The schooner Colina drifted ashore at Wagonga on the 13th ult', and became a total wreck. Gn the 25th of June, the schooner Arrow, from Mauritius for Sydney, laden with sugar, was totally wrecked on King's Island. All the crew except one were saved. The Mataura, at this port from Live...

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THE CHAMPION RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 15 July 1865

THE CHAMPION RACE. I . J D be run at Melbourne on tue 1st of January, 1866. A sweepstakes of 50 sovs, half forfeit, with 1500 sovs added. I Th.-oe years old, 7st llb; four years, 9st; five years, 9st 81b; six years and aged, 9st 131b. Mares and geldings allowed 31b. I Sec :nd horse to receive 100 sovs, and the third to save his stake. ' 'Th ne miles. Tait's VolunteëlBj aged ; Town's Taragong aged ; Keighran's 'Cei \-us, aged ; James' Ebor, aged ; Tait's Talleyrand, aged ; Blackwell's Panic, aged ; Thompson's Shepherdess, 6 years ; Wi i,on's Musidora, 6 years ; Pear's Poet, 5 years ; Pear's Sorgster, 4 years ; Miller's O. K., aged; Kennedy's Oriflamme, 5yi*rs; Field's Cadland, 4 years ; Fisher's Rose of Denmark, 5 j ears ; Fisher's Angler, 3 years; Fisher's Lady Heron, 3 yeacj ; Fisher's Kerosene, 3 years ; Dowling's Lancer, 4 years ; Bowling's Hlumination, 4 years ; Dowling's Frolic,, 3 years; Yudle's Victoria, 4 years ; Cain's Miranda, 3 years ; Waldock's Druid, 3 years ; Field's C...

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THE MAYOR'S CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 15 July 1865

THE MAYOR'S CUP. Tlie nomination for the Mayor's Cup, to be run on the Metro- politan Course at Randwick, on Thursday, the 7th of next September, closed on Saturday, the 1st, with the following entries : Town's Tarragon, (now) aged, lOst 51b; Town's Exile, 3 years, 5st "lb; Town (na.) Eva, 5 years, 7st 51b; Ryan's Forester, aged, 8st 81b ; Ryan's Brisbane, 4 years, 7st 71b ; Rouse's Whalebone, aged, 7st 101b; Loder's Tamworth, 3 years, 7st 121b; Lode r's The Pitsford, 2 years, 6st 24b; O'Baldwin's Atalanta, 5 years, 8st 61b ; O'Baldwin's Viletta, 4 years, 7st 31b ; J. Doyle's Zoe, 4 years, 7st 31b ; Chaaffe (na. ) Sir Patrick, 4 years, 8st ; C. Beal (na.) O. K., 5 years, 8st 61b; W. Thompson's Miss Pittsford, 5 years, 8st 3lb; Fisher's Kerosene, 2 years, 5st 101b ; Fisher's Angler, 2 years, 6st; Geo. Young (na.) Maid of the Lak j, 5 years, 8st 31b ; Geo. Young (na. ) Sir Solomon, 4 years, 7st itlb ; O'Malley's Vanity, 4 years, 7st 51b ; Bryant's Lottery, 4 years, 7st 71b ; Ivory's C...

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NEW PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 15 July 1865

NEW PUBLICATION. "HAND Book to the Garden" is a very useful manual, just issued-fróm the press of Glarson, Shallard and Co., for Messrs. Law, Spinner and Co., the well-known seedsmen of this city. The work contains practical advice on the culture of fruit and flowers ; ^formation, planting, and general arrangement of a kitchen garden ; a large amount of well-digested information on the cultivation'of all vegetables at present grown in the colonies ; useful hints oh manuring, watering, mulching, budding, grafting, and thinning ; together with a copious catalogue of agricultural, vegetable and flower seeds. The work is published by Mr. W. Maddock, bookseller, -George-street. An immense crab, weighing sixteen and a half pounds, caught recently off the Hippolytes, has been presented to the Victoria Museum by Captain Saunders, of the Black Swan. It is said to be not only the largest, but the most perfect specimen of the order ( Crustacea) ever caught in this hemisphere.

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 15 July 1865

SPOUTING. THE following are the weights for the Melbourne Cup :-Panic, lOst ; Ebor, 9st 81b ; Poet, 9st 61b ; Volunteer, 9st 31b ; Ori- flamme, 9st; Musidora, 9st; Rioter, 8st 131b; Playboy, 8st 111b; Cerv ts, 8st 111b; Saxby, 8st 71b; Illumination, 8st 71b ; Min- strel, 8st 71b ; Songster, 8st 71b ; If, 8st 61b ; Lancer, 8st 61b ; Railway Harry, 8st 61b ; Viscount, 8st 61b ; Ellen, 8st 51b ; lose of Denmark, 8st 51b ; Shepherdess, 8st 51b ; Ugly Buck, 8st ¿lb ; Austral, 8st 31b ; Julia Cum Sneezer, 8st ; Count, 8st ; Victoria, 8st ; Governor, 7st 131b ; Mahratta, 7st 131b ; Cadland, 7at 101b ; Mozart, 7st 91b ; Gwendoline, 7st 71b ; Riverina, 7st 71b ; Shadow, 7st 71b ; Mary Jane, 7st 51b ; Cedric, 7st ; Shenandoah, 7st 31b ; Tory Boy, 7st ; Ranger, 7st 31b ; Frolic, 6st ] 01b ; Druid, 6st ; Lady Heron, 6st ; Angler, 6st ; Commo- dore. 6st 21b; Miranda, 6st ; Fisherman's Daughter, 6st 91b; Kerosene, 6st 71b ; Nightshade, 6st 31b ; Charles Albert, 6st 51b ; Maidstone, 6st 51b ; The ...

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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 15 July 1865

QUEENSLAND. News has been brought of a fearful tragedy on the Ghingindah run. It appears that a shepherd named Armstrong, in the em- ployment of Mr. Kelman, had been drinking at an adjoiuing public house, and his master seeing him there advised him to return to his work. He accordingly went back, and when Mr. Saltar, the overseer, rode out to see how Armstrong was doing, the latter stabbed him, causing almost immediate death. A man who witnessed the occurrence immediately went back to Ghingindah for assistance, and on returning found the door to be barricaded ; it was burst in, and Armstrong was found lying dead, having poisoned himself. A fire broke out in the stores of Messrs. Cribb and Foote, Ipswich, on the 27th. The damage is estimated at about £5,000, and is partially covered by insurance. The Governor opened the temporary bridge between North and South Brisbane, on Saturday, the 24th. There was a public demonstration and a dejeuner in honour of the occasion. The Warwick annua...

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OPENING OF THE FIRST SECTION OF THE QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 15 July 1865

OPENING OF THE FIRST SECTION OF TKtí QUEENSLAND GOVERN- MENT RAILWAY. THE energy which has been displayed by the Government of Queensland in the .construction of their railway presents a strong contrast to the Rip Van Winkle policy displayed in similar undertakings in this colony. They believe that the fiooner their railways are completed, the sooner will they become remunerative ; and they act accordingly. Our policy has been, and still appears to be, the slowest possible progress consistent with being able to say that the works are going on. The wisdom, or otherwise, which has induced the people of Queensland to incur heavy responsibilities in order to «arry out these works we do not here «tay to discuss. The 22nd of April must be considered important in the annals of Queensland, on which day the first trial trip on the western line took place. At eleven o'clock many of the leading members of the executive had arrived at the starting point, from Brisbane, and also included the pri...

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POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 15 July 1865

~~ POLITICAL. THE Parliament of New South Wales was prorogued on Wed- nesday, the 21st ult., by his Excellency Sir John'Young, who waa accompanied by Lord John Tay lour, Mr. Turville, Captain Purcell, E.A., Colonel Hutchins, Lieutenant-Colonel Richard- son, and several naval,, military, and volunteer officers. A guard of honour, consisting of a company of the Sydney Bat- talion Volunteer Rifles, and the band of the Sydney Battalion were in attendance. Í ' LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. I His Excellency the Governor entered the Chamber at half past three o'clock, and after being conducted to the chair of State, the members of the Legislative Assembly were summoned, to attend, and took their seats in the body of the Chamber. His Excellency stated that he had, in-the name and on. behalf of her Majesty, given his assent to the Industrial and Provident Societies Act, and to the Fitzroy Ironworks Company's Act, the Appropriation Act, the Loan for Public Works, and Immigra- tion Act. His.Excellency ...

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RELIGIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 15 July 1865

RELIGIOUS. The conference sitting on the proposed Presbyterian Uni after a week's deliberation, have concluded their labours, leav nothing undone except the formal public consummation, wh is to take place on the 8th September. The parishioners of Appin and East Bargo presented the R H. Wilkinson with the sum of £24 as a Whitsuntide offering The sum of £65 has been collected amongst the parishioners of St. John's Church, Bishopthorpe, as an Easter offering to the Rev. Mi\ Ord, the incumbent. On Wednesday evening, the 28th ult., a soiree was held in the Scots Church, : in commemoration of the passing of the Presbyterian Union Act. Dr. Lang presided, and suitably . addressed the meeting. The Rev. Mr. Dougall, and several other Presbyterian ministers, also made appropriate comments, on the union of the various branches of the Presbyterian Church. The annual public meeting of the York-street branch of the Wesleyan Methodist Extension and Sustentation Society was held on the 26th ult. Mr....

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ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 15 July 1865

ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN. A MEETING of the American citizens, resi- dent in Sydney, was held at the American Ll_rtPlI __U_ Ti 1 . i m consulate on the 26fch ult. It was decided to postpone the I annual celebration of the 4th July. In acknowledging the ! loss of the late President, the following resolution was un- animously passed :-"That we, American citizens, resident I in New South Wales, in common with all our fellow coun ? trymen throughout the world, with heartfelt sorrow deplore the irreparable loss which not only our country but the cause of humanity has sustained by the untimely death of Abraham Lincoln, whose sagacious patriotism,, sterling ability, unswerving integrity, and eminent statesmanship have safely guided the destinies of the great Western Republic through the most gigantic struggle recorded in the pages of history. " It was fur- ther resolved to forward an address of condolence to Mrs. Lincoln, and out of respect to the memory of the late President to w...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 15 July 1865

KEW ZEALAND. Brigadier-General Carey has announced that the Maori King has expressed his willingness to accept the terms on which William Thompson's surrender was accepted. The latter has gone to Taranaki on a peace mission. The trial of Captain Jarvey, for poisoning his wife, has been postponed in consequence of the absence of Dr. Macadam, by whom the analysis was made. ' Mr. Harris, superintendent of the province of Otago, has resigned ; Major Richardson has succeeded him. On the 15th ult., the New -Zealander, the oldest established newspaper of the Province of Auckland, was issued as a penny daily paper. A skirmish occurred on the 2nd of June, at Taroa. A party of natives, who were laying in ambush, fired upon a party of mounted volunteers, who were out looking after cattle, and mortally wounded one of them. The volunteers pursued the rebels, and a skirmish ensued, in which several of the natives were killed. The Southland News says :-We have been placed in posses- sion, by a rel...

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 15 July 1865

TASMANIA. Gold has-been discovered at Devil's Den, twenty-four miles north of Launceston, on the Georgetown-road, by a man named Stuart. The ground is paying half an ounce per man per week, the heaviest pieces found are from five grains, to a pennyweight ; their weight increases the further they .drive. The discovery has caused much excitement. The next annual Intercolonial Champion Show pf Merino Sheep is to be held at Longford on the 1st of'November. £50 is offered as the prize for the best ram, and £25 for the best ewe. . Tenders have been received for the completion of St. Mary's Cathedral at Hobart Town. Mr. Sibley has been returned by a large majority for the dis- trict of Cumberland. A despatch has been received from the Home Government, in which Mr. T. D. Chapman, Mr. F. M. Innes, Mr. W. P. Wes- ton, and Mr. J. Whyte are allowed to retain the title of honor- able, the title, however, only to have effect in the colony.

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THE DINGO TRAPPED. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 15 July 1865

THE DOSTGO TBAPPKD. : OHE of the greatest pests of "the squatter is the dingo, or native dog-a mean, contemptible t>rutc, possessing all the worst traits of his congeners the wolf anc5L fox. On some stations the annual expenditure in poison for "the especial use of the native dog amounts to a considerable item ; and in addition to this the use of traps, such as shown in onr sketch, is also found necessary. The trap is usually baited "with a piece of meat, or perhaps a dead lamb ; the door is hea-^ily weighted, and the instant the nocturnal thief attempts to remove his prey he finds his egress barred and escape impossibX^. The rest of the pack, unable to obtain admission, and haul 1^ ed of their expected feed, crowd round his prison and commeiince the most hideous yells, which may be heard for miles throx*.gh the bush-a noise different from the deep bay of the wolf or -fc~he howl of a dog-an^amalgamation bf both, but considerably more unearthly. "THOUGH LOST TO SIGHT, TO MEMORY DE...

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