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PENRITH. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870
PENKITH. Friday. It was raining all last night. The Nepean is more than fourteen feet above high water mark at the bridge, and is still rising. Heavy showers have been falling all morning, and the ground is completely saturated. At South Creek the water is over the road bridge. At the present hour a flood is not apprehended, but much depends upon the southern Goulburn waters. The existing rise in the Nepean is caused by local waters, and the freshing of the Warragamba from Hartley rains. Monday. There was no rain here yesterday, and only ono sharp shower this morning. The heavy gusts of wind that have been blowing have been detrimental to the maize crops. Tho Nepean has fallen so far that the piles of the old bridge are visible. Tuesday. There has been a great fresh in the Nepean since morning, caused by the up-country waters, and it is now twenty-one feet above high water level, and rising. Weather fine.
WINDSOR. Sunday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870
WINDSOR. Sunday, 5 p.m. The river has fallen a foot since 9 o'clock. The South Creek is also^ falling. Wind, south. Heavy showers. Monday, noon. The water has fallen ten feet ; there were several hours heavy rain this morning, hut it is at present fine. Tuesday. The weather to-day is beautifully fine, the river, up to noon had fallen to within seven feet of its proper level. This afternoon a fresh rise set in, owing to heavy rain to the south, and the water is now rising fast, about eighteen inches per hour. APsplendid Aurora-Australis was visible^ at^half past 8. * "* Wednesday. The weather ÍB all that could be desired, but the Goulburn waters came down last night with a ter rific rush. The noise could be heard all over Wind sor. The river, this morning, has again reached to the height of the flood last week-about twenty feet j and it is still rising very slowly, but the current is very strong. 2 p.m. The river has now fallen about two feet.
WOLLONGONG. Monday, noon. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870
WOLLONGONG. Monday, noon. The wind has como round to the S.S.E. and is Wowing a heavy gale. A heavy sea is also running, which is mating a breach over tho breakwater, and the stones of which it is composed are being washed into the basin. The barque Leonidas, and the schooners Cera and Gleaner aro riding by the Government buoys, with all the extra appliances of chains, &c, that can be supplied from tho shore.
English Sporting Items. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870
English. Sporting Items. THE Mail brings us little news ; for who expects people to be racing or steeplechasing, or rowing, or cricketing, or shooting pigeons at Christmas tide ; and the first paper of the file justlreceived is dated December 25th. "While tho sports of tho Spring, Summer, and Autumn were neglected during the time when British sportsmen take a spell, there was fine open weather; so that the gentle men of tho far north couldn't even indulge their pen c/tanf for" curling ; " and the only thing done was some coursing, for which tho people of this fair land do not much care. Failing any races to write about, English turf scribes had already commenced picking winners of great races ; and wo observe that, in the The Field, the Derby blue riband was given in prospectu to Alario or Kingcraft-the former ono of Count Lagrange's lot, and trained by Tom Jennings who made tilings so hot with Gladiateur. The samo prophetic soul pins his faith on Sunshine for the Oaks. The latest h...
MEN OF THE AGE. A SERIES OF DIOGRAPHIES OF EMINENT PERSONAGES WROTTEM EXPRESSLY FOR THIS JOURNAL. John Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870
MEN OF THE AGrE. "«a nv DIOCfltAPHIES OF EMINENT PERSONAGES j A B ' TrarrTBK EXPRESSLY FOB THIS JOURNAL. V- John Robertson. TUB history of Mr. Robertson's puhlio life is /miliar to tho people of Now South Wales. For L]f a generation his career has hoon before them in ?ho chief places of tho colony. Those who have Latched the" progress of public events during that time will, doubtless, he glad to know something of tho earlier lifo of one who has homo BO large a part in those events ; and to many who have but recently come to the colony a brief sketch of Mr. Robertson's public career may be acceptable. jlr. Robertson was born on the loth October, 1816 at tho villago of Bow, in Essex, a few miles to thoeastward of London. At that time Bow was as distinct from tho metropolis as tho villago of Canter bury is from Sydney, and was surrounded by pleasant gardens and fiords. The intervening space has long since been filled up with houses andjtroots, and Bow is no longor distinguishable ' fro...
THE INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. To the Editor of the Town and Country Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870
THE INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. To thc Editor of thc Town and Country Journal. Sir,-Ido not think thatyourcorrespondent, "Hound Arm," in your issue of last Saturday, does justice to our Eleven that went to Melbourne this season. Any i'erson would imagine, by reading his articlo, that our men had not sufficient practico together, and that our failure was in consequence thereof. Now, I can confidently assert that, as far as our batting wont, it was, token as a whole, the very best that we have had for some time. I saw our men daily in their practice, and I am quite sure that, with ono or two exceptions, we could not havo sent a better batting team ; and as regards our not having played once together interf erin g with our success, that could not have altered the result, because, if you will only refer to the account of the match, you will there find that our fielding was very highly spoken of, and that Oliver and Lawrence wore particularly mentioned. Twopenny comes in for a largo sha...
To the Editor of the Town and Country Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870
To thc Editor of thc Town and Country Journal. Sil',-In last week's issue of your journal your cor respondent "Bound Arni," bas made somo remarks in whick he mentions my name, and about which, I feel it my duty to oiler an explanation. I do not desire to find fault with j'our correspondent, for ho has, no doubt, stated only what he heard!; but if praise be awarded it is right that it be given to whom it is due. Now, Sir, I most emphatically deny that Mr. Park gave mo any luncheon ticket, or that "but for him I should have been left out." On tho first day of the match, not having a ticket, I did not go to the lunch provided for tho team, and on the other days I was present at lunch upon invitation from members of tho Melbourne Club, the secretary, Mr. Handfield, having kindly given me tho requisite cards. I have no desire to complain, but may state that for any attention I received, I was indebted, not to officials of our associa tion, but to gentlemen of the M.C.C., as before referr...
Cricket. MATCHES TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870
Oricket. MATCHES TO-DAY. Alberts 1st v University 1st, on Albert Ground. Alberts 2nd v Newtown 2nd, at Newtown. Warwick 1st v 15 Victoiia, in Domain. Warwick 2nd v Toxteth Park, at Toxteth. 2nd Viotoria v 2nd University, on tho Oval. A HATCH was played on the Darlington Ground last Saturday, between tho first eleven of Surrey and Kailway Cricket Clubs, which resulted in a very easy victory for tho former - tho bowling and batting of Kigg and Pile for tho former being very effective, as also the batting of Benson and Williamson. No score worthy of notice was mado on the other sido. Appended are tho score : RAILWAY. Sadler, b Rigg Morrison, b rilo ,. Howe, b Rigg Bonner, b Rigg .. Furlong, b Pilo .. Röwo, bRigg Morrison, b Pilo .. Harkness, b Rigg .. Scott, bPllo b .. Howe, b Rigg Gregor, not out .. Wides 1, byes S SURREY. Turner, b Bonner Benson, st Bonner Crane, b Howe Pile, b Howo .. Barham, b Howo Rigg, not out .. Williamson, not out J. Benson, b Howe Griinstono Parlo Thomas Byes ...
VICTORIA CRICKET CLUB ENGAGEMENTS. 18[?] [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870
VICTORIA CRICKET CLUB ENGAGEMENTS. I 1 G7rt I 1870. March 26th.-15 V..C.O. v 1st Warwick, on Domain. " -2nd Eleven v 2nd University, on Oval. April 2nd.-15 V. C. C. v 1st Warwick, on Domain, (continued.) April 2nd-2nd Eleven v 3rd Albert, on Oval. ,, -1st Eleven v 1st Illawarar C. C., at Wol longong. April 23rd-15 V. v 1st Albert, on A. C. C. -,, " ,, continued.
THE AUSTRALIAN [?] &[?]ountry Journal SYDNEY, SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1870. The Proposed Land and Pastoral Association. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870
THE AUSTRALIAN SYDNEY, SATURDAY, MARGI! 26, 1870. The Proposed Land and Pastoral Association. THE Report of tho Provisional Committee of thc Land and Pastoral Association, read on Thursday last, at a meeting convened for the purpose, and the speech of the chairman of that committee, Mr. T. S. Mort, in expla nation of it, indicate the commencement of a movement that may bo productive of important results. At the meeting held on the 25th January, -where this committee was appointed, the protection and advancement of tho pastoral interest appears to have been assumed, by some at all events of those present, to be the only object iu view. The committee being under tho impression that such limitation of their aims had been contemplated, found themselves, on consideration, " wholly incapable, under thc present constitution of their body, of dealing with the", interests over which they were expected to watch, in such a manner ns would ensuro public confidence and render their labours effec...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870
Agricultural Exhibitions, «Sec. Intercolonial Exhibition, Ag. Soy. ot N.S.W., 10th August West Maitland Ploughing Matches, &c, 21st April. Hunter River Ag. and Horti.kShow, 11th and 12th May. B AOK NUMBERS of tho Town and Country Journal.-Any agents or other persons having copies of this journal, of any of Nos. 1, 3, 5, and 0, will recoivo the full price paid for thom, on forwarding thom to the Publishing Oilice, No. 100 Pitt-street, Sydnoy. *** Communications Jrom Secretaries of Race Meet inys, Cricketing. Yachting, and any other Associations are respectfully invited.
MELBOURNE. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870
MELBOURNE. Thursday. Private letters from Mauritius under date 4th February, adviso extensivo sales of white crystals, at G dollars 75 cents to 6 dollars 90 cents. Stocks are low, but still 40,000 tons are to go forward. The demand for India incoases this month. Holders of yellow crystals refuse to show samples, and will take nothing under 7 dollars. The St. Kilda and tho Amoor were loading for Melbourne. The report of the Melbourne Meat Preserving Company shows a profit for tho half year at tho rate of 60 per cent. In the Assembly tho debate on the budget has been adjourned. In tho event of Mr. M'Mahon's motion being negatived, Mr. M'Grogor will move an amendmont equivalent to a motion of want of confi dence. A dissolution would follow its adoption. The Darling Annuity Bill has passed tho Council. Mr. Duncan Gillies has been returned for Mary borough. Gamgee's samples of meat imported from Eng land, have been tested and found a complete failure. SYDNEY MEAT PEESEHVINO COMPANY.-A mo...