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LITERATURE. Notices of New Books. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 March 1870
LITERATURE. j Notices of New Books. MR. GLADSTONE'S YOUTH OF THE WORLD, OR THE GODS AND MEN OF THE HEROIC AGE. Macmil lan and Co. IT is not often that an individual is privileged to distinguish himself greatly in more than one sphere &nbsp; of intellectual activity. Ono great pursuit is found engrossing enough for tho generality of minds of oven tho largest capacity, and of the greatest in dustry. Such cases as those of Pericles of ancient Greece, of Cæsar and of Cicero, only serve to show how stringent is tho rule to which we refer, and how few are tho exceptions to it. It has fallen to tho lot of a man of our own time and nation to he numbered amongst those illustrious exceptions. Tho great orator and political leader of England, William Ewart Gladstone, has long been recognised as one of the most indefatigable and accomplished of literary men ; and he is as likely to transmit his name to posterity in tho capacity of an author as in that of a great orator and parliamentary...
Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870
Answers to Correspondents. «M yr »_in tho same week of 1830, in which " Lottery" won tho'first Liverpool Grand National Steeplechase, Mr. Allan M'Donough, for a wager, undertook to rldo an Trish horse three times within an hour, over a Bix-foot wall Ho performed tho feat at Birkenhead in Cheshire tho horse jumping tho wnll three times within a few minutes. Wo believe thoro is no higher jump rccordod. The thlrty-nino feet, of "Chandler" has never since been equalled ny a horse in a long jump. "Waterloo."-There is no Coursing Club in this colony ; but' wo ¿low of a greyhound whoso owner is anxious to make a match to run any number of courses that may bo agreed upon, against anything that can be found, for a " century" or two. Any ono anxious to tako up tho gauntlet can be accommodated, by addressing a letter to "Gracchus" at the oflico of this paper.. "Physician."-It was said, and we behove with truth, that the old Marquis of Westminster, grandfather of tho pre sent ono, refused "ton ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870
FALLON'S. COLONIAL WINES.-Considerable sales of Fallon's colonial wines have been roported, at extreme ratoB, at Melbourne ; and amongst tho transactions so referrod to is a lino of twenty hogsheads reisling, malbeo, and muscat, purchased for shipment to London. Referring to this circumstance tho Argus says :-" In our commercial columns we observe that Bales are reported of colonial wines for export to England. We aro pleased to notice this fact, as, aftor all, this is the only way in which a market can bo obtained for our surplus wines of really good and sterling qualities. Tho winos selooted aro statod to bo Fallon's, of Albury, and wo certainly do not know any better calculated to bring tho merits of our colonial wines before tho people of England.
New South Wales Parliament. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, 18TH MAROH. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870
New South Wales Parliament. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, 18TH MABOH. Mr. GARRETT asked tho Secretary fi». t> WorkB-When will the constructionX« L^J*0 Bomaderry ferry, Shoalhaven River, bo connr,! "í &t Mr. SUTHERLAND : Within a few CST"1 Mr. E. BROWN asked the Secret», L » uv Works-Is it the intention of the aZerlÄ reduce the railway charges for tho caniacA *° from the interior to Sydney to a rate correll flT that charged for tho carriage of wheat of to tho charges ? ' or t0 «1«aüza Mr. SUTHERLAND said this matter, with «fi. affecting tho rates, wero now under tho consiiWi. the Government. ton«uerationof On the motion of Mr. COWPER, the ant-1 i, electorate of tho Northern Gold-fields wasliuS^ vacant, Mr. Wisdom having elected to sit mr thnT Hunter. 0 W)fff r MP LACKEY, for Mr Piddington asked tho Secre tary for Public Works-1. AVhat is tho lenethS and width of tho railway tunnels at Mount hhn-I ' and Gibraltar rcspectivefy? 2. AVhat¡ Ü tbTtoS number of cubic yards of exc...
Gossip of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870
Gossip of the Week. IN the early park of tho week tho weather gavo every body enough to talk about. This Avas fortunato in ono respect, for there was littlo else to bo done-business being at a stand-still. Anxious crowds consulted the messago board at tho telegraph office ; and when "High Change" arrived, "writing on the wall" at Grevillo's was looked for generally with moro of fear than of hope. Dulness reigned supremo ; people who could by any possibility stay at home did so, and thanked their lucky stars for the chance ; while tlioso whoso business called them imperatively forth, looked up their " Old Clo '," and appeared in many cases ns though they had just tumbled out of thc family rag bag. " Heavy wet," such as wo have this week been afflicted with, does not inprove tho appearance of tho streots or tho temper of tho people ; although tho hydropathists and toototallers, ono would think, ought to Jbo in ecstacies. ' ' Mill efleurs" cannot do Ccorge-street at' 4.30 in his exquis...
WEST MAITLAND. Saturday morning. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870
"WEST MAITLAND. . Saturday morning. The river and back -water are still rising. The * former is now about as high as the former flood. Several hundred families are flooded out, and muoh distress prevails. The last reports from Singleton are . very ominous. The boats have done good Bervioe. Embankments are holding good. Several narrow escapes, but no lives lost. Saturday, 2 p.m. Eiver thirty-one feet above its ordinary level, and still rising. Weather fine, but banking up to the Bouth again, as if more rain was coming. Water over High-street and Abbott-street, near Dr. Scott's residence. Monday noon. The Hunter has fallen three feet Bbc inches at Maitland, and is falling very Blowly, with light rain. It is now twenty-eight feet above the usual level. Monday 3 p.m. All communication between Eastland West Mait land is cut off. Boats have been obtained from New castle, and if more aro necessary they will bo sent for. It ÍB still raining, and the water is rising higher, Tho consequences ...
MELBOURNE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870
MELBOURNE. _ " . Saturday. xne mails tor the Wonga Wonga, for Europe and America, leave to-day per Alexandra, and over land on Monday. Day, the jockey, is still unconscious, but shows signs of rallying. An express ¿train,*: bringing the Governor from Kyneton races, killed a man crossing tho line. Studmann has been committed for the murder of his wife at Talbot, by shooting her when scuffling with another man. Isaac Solomons, in the malt trade, has called a meeting of his creditors-liabilities, £26,000. Herbert Payne, formerly bank manager at Wallaroo, arrested on charges of embezzlement, has heenAremanded£to Adelaide. The medical profession are strenuously"opposed to the new Medical Bill. Harris and Hewitt have agreed to run another three hundred yards' match on the 2nd April. The trial of the Trentham murder case is now proceeding. Hain is much wanted hore. The weather is most oppressive, and there is scarcely any business being transacted. Two moro desperate suicides havo just occ...
MORPETH. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870
MORPETH. vr_ Saturday. «wrowgut and Phoenix Park are submerged. lûe feather is showery. The river and backwater we Btül rising rapidly, and fears of a great flood are Orally entortamed. The Paterson and "Williams Rivers are over ín««'js¿ ^ tlie caters are still rising. The inundation is expected to exceed the flood of 1867. «iver Coi and it iB raining. BW n r ia nQarly five feet deep in the Hunter ftndff . W'8 Btore- The river is Btill rising, ' Tuesday. Tho river has falle eíñghteen inches, and is still falling Blowly. Pine weather, with north-west wind. There is no rail communication with Newcastle, and the Government steamer Doorabang brought tho mails from Newcastle and took back the up-country mails. By the kindness of Mr. A. B. Portus, a few passengers wore enabled to go to Sydney, the com panies being afraid to risk their boats at Raymond Terrace. The river is falling fast.
BRISBANE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870
BRISBANE. Monday. James Lowry, brother of the bushranger who was shot, and three others, haye been committed for trial on a charge of burglary. It is supposed that they havo also been connected with several garotting cases that have been perpetrated lately. I There have been very severo gales on tho coast. I Tho steamer Queensland was detained in harbour in j consequence, but sailed yesterday. ¡ Serious damage is done to the c otton and sugar cane crops.
NARRABRI. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870
NARRABRI. Tuesday. Tho latest intelligence from Moree states that, on Friday last, Thomas Cook, of Deptford, who left tho Galatea, at Melbourne, was drowned while crossing the Mehi, by tho upsetting of the postal boat, which was found tho next morning keel up and stove in. The body was found on Wednesday morning on a tree, having been carried down by the flood. Another body of a man, name unknown, was found floating in the Barwon. The river is coming down; another flood is expected ; the river is falling at Narrabri ; Weather fine. There is a rumour of a murder having been com mitted at Cox's Creek, but tho particulars aro not known.
Entrances for Homebush Trial Stakes, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870
Entrances for Homebush Trial Stakes, 1870. Mr. B. Riohards's b o Archduko, by Archer-Miss Magnus II. P. Mostyn's ns b o Kenilworth, by Cossack-Kiandra E. K. Cox's oh c Stafford-Miss Pitsford H. fisher's br f, by Stockownor-Gildorrniro J. Tait's br o Teddington, by Now Warrior-Io -b c Pyrrhus, Into Kelso, by Now Warrior-Kcdar -cc Count, by Now Warrior-Brown Duchess E. Leo's c c, by Now Warrior-Persinni -rbr c, by Kin gstou-Bluo Bonnet -o f, by Kingston-Romp L. TJhde's b c, by Yattondon-Boo in a Bonnot ---bk f, by Yattondon-Young Moonshine C. Baldwin's br c The Baron, by Yelverton-Lavalotto Y. J. Shaw's o o Roberto il Dlavolo, by Spartan- dam by Little John R. G. Yeomnns's ch f, by Now Warrior-Zonobia 0. Baldwin's b f Lady Clifton, by Yelverton-Atalanta ? br c Ely, by Yolverton-Valotta.
The Betting Market. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870
The Betting Market. IT is a very diffioult mattor at tho present moment ti determino which horso is first favourito for the Leger Mosello, Lamplighter, and Barbarian run vory dosi together in the betting. Lamplighter and Moselle havi oaoh been bached at a littlo over 3 to 1; but nov they, have gone back to fours, with a great dispositioi from tho books to lay against Lamps at this figure to i largo extent. Although Barbarian, has not been backet absolutely.to win. at less than 4 to 1, from whisper and from his being backed against anything else, it i evidont that before many days aro past ho will b absolutely, fkvifc favourito. Lamplighter has beei backed for a largo stako at 4 to 1, but is not so fini as he was in tho hotting. Mosello would bo backed al fours, but tho layers will not givo this figure. 400, to,100 was wanted about Barbarian, but met with m response. Tho advance of Barbarian in tho betting will affoct his stable companion, and 6 to 1 can bo got about Tho Fop. Detecti...
Race Officials and Club Machinery. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870
Race Officials and Club Machinery. I BY PEGASUS. THB late resignation of severa] officials of the A. J. ( and the consequent necessity of other appointmeni in their stead lead naturally to a consideration as i the best mode of working such a body as tho Jocke Club ; and whether it will not he found advantageou to fill some of the working positions with paid officer The Australian Jockey Club hasarrivedat a positio of great influence as well asconsiderablewealth. Eac successivo year shows an improved state of finances, an as there is plenty of money available to spend on th management, it seems a pity not to lay it out, so c if possible to secure something like perfection. Nc that I wish to find fault with tho A.J.O. manage mont in tho abstract-for, during some years pasl tho committee have done wonders in the way c improvement; but it must bo horno in min that in being entrusted with the custod; of a property like Randwick, grante' to the public for tho purposes of sport, tho Jocko;...