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Farmer & Grazier. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 5 September 1884

Farmer & Grazier. Sow Sweedish turnips in drills two and a half feet apart. Use at least two pounds of seed per-acre. It is essential to have the soil rich and mellow. When the second leat appears, thin the plants to about fifteen inches in the rows. Immediately after shearing, ticks leave the shorn sheep, and gather in the longer wool of the lambs. The young stock, thus infested, should be dipped in a decoction of tobacco water, or in one of the mixtures made for thc purpose, and sold in the markets. Calves that are to become milch cows need á quiet place by themselves, and regular rations of milk and meal. They should be gently handled, and taught to lead with halter. Âs a renovater for tho soil, there is no crop equal to clover. It makes thc best food for cattle and sheep, and their young, including colts, and will add greatly to the value cf the manure pilo. Glover is the easiest to start, and more cer- tain of producing a crop than any gross. There need never be any fai...

Publication Title: North Australian
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Wholesale Confectionery Manufacture. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 5 September 1884

Wholesale Confectionery Manu- facture. A tremendous impetus bas lately been given to the colonial manufacture of Confectionery, and it is an un- doubted fact, that this result has been obtained by the adoption of improved appliances, thc investment of larger capital, and the introduction of skilled assistance. Taking ono factory alone, that of Mr. James S tedman, whose steam works are in Kent-street, Sydney, it is ad- mitted that, the output here is as large, as varied, and of equally as highaclasB as that of many of the leading establishments of New York, London, or Paris. A few years ago our method of manufacture was of the most primitive description, and while the production was indeed, very small, it was likewise very confined in its variety. Abont ten years ago, Mr. James S tedman be- came the sole proprietor of one of the oldest confectionery businesses in Sydney, and convinced of the big opening that existed for a well equipped, vigorously managed establishment, he gradually ...

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Alexander Shanks and Son's New Machinery Agency. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 5 September 1884

Alexander Shanks and Son's New Machinery Agency. The great firm of British Engineers, Messrs. Alexander ; Shanks & Son, of Arbroath, Scotland, have resolved to establish a large and special agency for their manufactures in these colonies. It is surprising that years ago, the home manufacturing firms did not see the inadvisability of committing agencies to colonial firms whose hands were already full. A satisfactory ,or pushing business could hardly be expected tinder the circumstance-a fact which probably explains the comparatively small atten- tion paid to thc growing requirements of tho colonies by home inventors and manufacturers. What has now been done by Messrs. Alexander Shanks & Son will hare to be followed by other British firms who wish a fair share of the Australian trade. Messrs. Alexander Shanks and Son have established a special agency house in Sydney, for their manufactures, the solé agency being entrusted to Mr. Bobcrt Cooper Webster, of 111, Pitt-stre...

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SYDNEY BARRISTER'S MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 5 September 1884

SYDNEY BARRISTER'S MURDER. Some excitement was caused in Modbury on the 13th June, by the reappearance of Mr. Hugh Shortland, accompanied by young Ryder. They challenged Robinson, the j postman, and other witnesses at the inquest on Mrs. Shortland, accusing them of incorrect statments. Altercations ensued, and threats of legal proceedings uttered. Shortland positively ridiculed the idea of accidental death, and declared that he could prove that suicide was impossible. He stated that he went into hiding at Modbury, instead of going to New Zealand, being apprehensive as to the treatment his wife might receive after his supposed departure, and wishing to be at hand "to shield her if called upon to do so by her mother, who knew of his whereabouts. His intention, if he had not been arrested so quickly, was to go to London and return to Devonshire, giving himself up to the police, and leaving them to discover, if they could, that he had not been in London the whole time. He is now collect...

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ENGLISH RAILWAY COLLISIONS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 5 September 1884

ENGLISH RAILWAY COLLISIONS. At twenty minutes to two on Saturday morning, June 14, a serious accident happened at the Sevenoaks Station on the south-Eastern Bailway, by which two men lost their Uves. The Continental goods train from Dover to London was standing on the up main line taking water, when the up Deal goods train ran into it. Thc latter train was drawn by two engines, being very heavy, and was not timed to stop at Seven- oaks. It was running at tho rate of about thirty miles an hour, when it ran into the back of the other goods train. Several of the goods trucks were smashed, and their contents scattered all over the line. The tender of the pilot engine was driven up on to the central platform, and the engine of the Deal train shared the same fate. The platform was torn up, and the permanent way blocked. Robert Ware, the driver of the pilot, and Mark Jenner, his fireman, were instantly killed; the body of the former being so jammed that it could not be extricated for some ...

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SAD END OF THREE MEN. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 5 September 1884

SAD END OF THREE MEN. Early on Jone 10, a sad fatality occurred at Leicester,. by which three lives were sacrificed. Mr. Frederick Thompson, pro- prietor of the Harp Hotel, whilst out with a pair of ponies, was suddenly seized with a fit, and the animals, finding themselves uncontrolled, ran towards the river, into which they went. Three labourers went to the rescue, named Duncan Sinclair, Walter Dyer, and Sale, and were drowned. A Mr. Dore saved Mr. Thompson.

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DISCOVERY OF A CREMATORIUM. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 5 September 1884

DISCOVERY OP A CREMATORIUM. Daring the progress of some excavations near Lincoln Cathedral, a crématorium, or cremation furnace, in a good state of pre- servation, has been unearthed. Near the month was a large quantity of charcoal and underneath a sarcophagus.. Within the latter were ten urns of various shapes and sizes, provided with saucer-shaped covers, and all containing ashes or partly consumed bones. The discovery is one of great interest to antiquaries, and is remarkable from the fact of the crematorium being within the limits of the old Roman city.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 5 September 1884

BERKLEY'S P13VER & AGrïïI MEDICINE. AgTW<fry»fl tn. 48 Bow. THE never-fsiljag success of this remedy has induced the Proprietor to intro- , o^i&tothe publie. For conTenîenoB ot those residing in, the interior* the mediría»; [jftputupmaxonxentea^form,. The trial . Í of one Dottie will prove its virtue as. a,. 1 remedy for the- disease- for which it is-,, specially mtendeaV . The Wkjwing extract f*oa» Mr. E. B. (KMtirBM's book "Four yea« m tfriiasaj - land, " will sufifeeto. show tkevalae 1 Medicme:-- . 'There are mean HM : Barer and Aga» ; Medicines, advertised ;. bat I /«aaaät av : justice quit this sabjeet waflanrt loams mendiag that mada awl said by Mtv Bmxxv, i' ft ii II i a ?!.I. Iblsliw T took some into the bash in a eoaaaatraladY form; a few drops completely earea tho- , disease in every iattsnee ia wjaleh I triaaV ? it, aad often prevented ito eaasatg on. iii©.-' one thould be without it» aad aa ihoali guard that glass bottle as his Ufa matt lia ? w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 5 September 1884

LIEBIG COMPANY'S EXTRACT OP MEAT. Finest and cheapest meat flavouring! stock for soaps, made dishes and sauces. Invaluable for the colonies on account of its keeping good in the hottest climates and for any length of time. Liebig Company's Extract of Meat: "Is a success and a boon for which nations should feel grateful."-See "Medical Press," "Lancet," "British Medical Journal," etc. CAUTION.-Genuine only with the fac similie of Baron Liebig s Signature in Blue Ink across the Label. "Consumption in England increased tenfold in ten years." Liebig Company's Extract of Meat is invariably adopted when once fairly tried.. To be bad of all storekeepers and dealers throughout the colonies. Liehig's Extract of Meat Company Limited, 43, Mark Lane, London, Eng- land. i GRIMAULT A CO., rnÁBMACinmcÁL CHEMISTS, Paris.- 8, Bue Vivienne, 7, Paris. Diseases of th« Chest Cured. Grimault & Co.'s Syruuof Hypo-Phosphite of. Lime. We invite all who are aUin£.from Diseases of the Chest to resort t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 5 September 1884

P. ñ. ALLEN & CO. IMPORTERS Af AND. su GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, lfôtcheU:>Street, Palmerston, BEG to inform the Public Generally that they haye, Just to Hand, English Ale. Brandt's Beer,, Stout, Whisky, Brandy,] , AV II Geneva, Sarsaparilla, Bitters, Potatoes, Onions, .. Apples, ^Lemons,Bacon^/Cheese,; Butter \ Jams, Sauces,/ 'Pickles, ^lour, i Enned Fruits, Tea, Tobacco and Pipes, Confectionery, Ironmongery. Brugs, ' MAIZE BRAN, AND CHAFF. ALSQ A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF SILVER JEWELERY, Radies'' and Children's Trimmt ami Untrimmed Hats. Ç 0 L 0 R E D LACE S, Indies' and Children's. Colored Hose. *Cnnolettes, Gents' Straiw- Bats,, Undershirts, ' And other articles too numerous to jarticularise. ^ P, E. ALLIN & Q% PALMEKSTQN & SOTJTHPOBT. John Hart & Co's, SUPER FIN E FL.Q U R, In 501b Double Bags, Arrangements have been made, with JAMES AULP & Co. for Regular. Supplies of the above Celebrated ELOITR ^e%een SOUTHPORT and PINE CREEK. The next Consi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 5 September 1884

T.: O'Connor, ¿JÉATED WATEB CORDIAL MANUFACTURER, PALMERSTON. CLUB HOTEL. E. F. HOPEWELL, PROPRIETOR. Scale of Charges: ^?r-:- .;:..?..;??;?:,£. 8. d. Board ; and Accommodation. . ' per vade ... ..3k... 2 IO- Ö Board only* p*r.weék... 2" "0 0¡ Board, ana Acconunodation, per day . .;. ... o. 10 0 Meals ; ... ... 0 3. 0 Beds .... ... ... .... ... 0 3 0 Dinner or Tiff» Parties iii Private Apart-1 ments by Special Arrangement. Saddle Horses and Baggies for Hire. : . . -<o) Telegrams addressed "PALMERSTON CLUB HOTEL " will receive prompt attention. Australian Mutual Provident | /' Society. ' ESTABLISHED 1849. Head Office-87 Pitt-Street, Sydney. ' Queensland Branch Office-130 Qneen Street Brisbane. . . Qoesosland Board: -Hon. J. S. Turner, H. L. C, Chairman. Keaney Cannan, Esq., M. R. C. S. , " Deputy-Cftairman James F. Garrick, Esq,, Q. C., M. L. A. IA A. Bernays, Esq., F. L. S., F. R. 6. S. Hon. E. B. Forrest, Esq., M. L. C. Revenue. 'Invested Fonds Exceed POUT KU-1 lions Thr...

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Wit & Humour. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 5 September 1884

Wit & Humour. Never sae a bellhanger; he's bound to go in for appEAi.. We suppose it's proper to call the Salva- tion Army a Brass band. Hurrah ! Australian frozen beef fetching 5 Jd. in the London market, and from 7d. to Od. io Sydney. À block of land at Eockhampton fetched we see, at the rate of £47,500 per acre. It's a grave for the money. Hanlan is developing huge muscle. The proper name for the Parramatta Biver, it strikes ns, would be Mnsclebrook. " Gas-gas-gas " is the heading to a lecture advt, in a Sydney paper. Some people stumble on the truth without knowing it. We see the Sydney EVENING NEWS says it has three distinct sources of cable news. If it had * one reliable source its readers would be satisfied. Mick Bush, who can handle a blackthorn beautifully, was naturally enough the champion skalier. Hanlan, they say, is also good at elections. A journalist has been burnt out at Armi- dale. We suppose it is a form of public indignation. But the INDEPENDENT was a cut ...

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 5 September 1884

Personal. Bismarck has shoved his son into the Civil Service. It strikes us Bizzy would make a good Australian patriot. The late Charles Beade lost a lot of money in bis theatrical speculations. It was a wonder he didn't lose his character also. King Alfonso is suffering from consump- tion. We were right, then, when we said Royalty wouldn't last much longer in Spain. Mrs. Giblin, wife of the recently deceased manager of the A.J.S. Bank, Sydney, is to bc granted an annuity of £250 a year. General Grant, now on the retired list, has been granted by the American Legislature the rank and full pay of a general of the army. William Bramwell Booth, son of General Booth, leader ot the Salvation Army, was fined in London, June 14, for not allowing his child to be vaccinated. The mantle of ignorance falls from father to son I The late distinguished English barrister, Judah P. Benjamin, destroyed every bit of material from which a biography could be written of lum. He was known to hold the opi...

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Woman Items. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 5 September 1884

Woman Items. The divorce law has been re-established in France. À divorced Melbourne woman who has been remarried to her husband has quarrelled again, because he dispensed with a wedding tour. El Mahdi, now resisting the British in Egypt, has had 36 wives, 18 of whom are living. This, doubtless, explains his serenity while ordinary fighting is going on around him. Thirty thousand women earn a living in Paris making artificial flowers. The rose is re- garded as the masterpiece, and a worker successful in that can imitate any other flower that grows. At a grand vessel-christening at-Ham- burg recently, a wooden structura gave way, and forty ladies were precipitated into the water. Among them were the Princess of Turin and Taxis who performed the christening. A well-known Brisbane undertaker has been snapped up by the life assurance companies. It's said he's a safe case. He lives where others die. In fact he can subsist on dead people. A scourge of small-pox is to him a mere rehearsal ...

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GENERAL MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 5 September 1884

GENERAL MISCELLANY;. : : At Pittsburg a natural gas well of 8000» borse-power lias been struck at a depth of' 1650ft, It is proposed to establish in London two. newspapers to be entirely devoted to. colonial interests. A contagious dog disease, for which no. remedy can he found» has broken out in the Mauritius. The P, & O. Company's steamers: traversed in 1883 2¿22(¡J83 miles. The assessed value-of property and real, estate in New York is £tí00,000j000. It costs £1081 per annum to keep and clean thc Crown jewels of England. . About 1,350,500 persona iteGreot Britain depend for living on, thc-brewing-industry-.. Six hundred peoplo in England have en- rolled themselves in, thc- New Guinea-, expedition. The German syndicate now denies that it has acquired large tracts.of land! w New Guinea and Samoa.. Foreign tourists in Switzerland yield a yearly revenue of £2,U5,00&to,the hotel-. keepers alone. Maxwell, a Milwaukio-brewer, has Icfh $500,000 to bc used in aerial naviga...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 5 September 1884

tm Storth Ai^ralim J* Print«! WW ftvky ^Yening, A» I«ALMEBaTQN, POBTDA^WIIi, S.Ar a^ envolates at JMnwitoii, Southport, Bork Süqe CR»** fjp Orwk, Union, gtat&te. Rowley, andfafl other eeaftas «f popuh^iw fe Afc* IWt Í weekly Tekffraap. 8>ipi4w Intern«*, ()bpp^ fro« W Ufert «¿d » wecklj iHpplj of PPOOIT3STÄT £jfJN39Cr A»Ä GENERAL. N$W8 eontrjhoted^ <rar. If Owing taits Gpe*t Oraktiotv A the Neera AUSTKALUV ig V O an Bxcetfcnt Medium, 8 fbf DIB we of ai; T M R * L whether Cfckmial I H Jntwolonial, English, A Pf Foreign, ÎT Tn» o* fh?Bacarmoj| ? $ a. a. BerQaarter.. 6 Q Per Anmami (adrmnee) 10 0 " " (bnokedl..., IdQ fha tkm fanes include potage lo. MT part of Aaste***, bat is. pttaamamis f^fo P*»t»ff frEagU^or Mam r APYEBTBi|NaSATEp:-^ *< a. Half »eh <^ feat ... . » 6 Omelaeh .. ... . .;; 4 Q gwiUH#»wplTi»i J.. ." Ö « taja*» om Advertise? .... JOB PRINTING fiRBABflfBHT |i «aw failele witt » Y*?C**ea fe* a£ aaajtçpajl fas fgoejp^ag ^fcichcam W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 5 September 1884

, FAULDING'S; . '» INSECT DESTROYING; POWDER Is;cnrcfidly prepared' from- the-freshest .U and strongest flowers obtainable-in the Europcan markets,, and- is; guaranteed superior to. any other preparation of the kind ever offered; to the public- of Austra- lia. It is strongly recommended to Families, Proprietory of/ Hotels,. Boarding-Houses, etc., as being clea«; lu jts application, and well adapted fer.- securing that complete, extermination-ofthoso-posts to tlicir sleep-, ing apartments so- diflicult to guard against. It is indisponible. to.Travellers by Rail-' or Steamboat. Emigrants. Stewards of: Vessels, Tonrists,. and' Visitors to th©. . Seaside, for protecting; Clothes, Bedding,. Cabins, and Sleeping- Apartments from.. Fleas, Bugs,. Cockroaches, Moths, andi Mosquitoes, Sold' by all Chemists and Storekeepers,, in Tins ls., each. F. H. FAULDING & CO. WHOLESALER RETAIL CHEMISTS;. ADELAIDE. AJÍD POUT ADELAIDE..

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Scientific. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 5 September 1884

Scientific. I Â now process in shot-making does away with the tall towers. À strong current of air is forced on the lead as it falls into the water. The dynamiters are being cast in the shade. A box, intended for the Czar, found at a Russian railway station, was charged with panelas tite-an explosive of thirty times the force of dynamite. It is announced by the Pavisian Com- munists that in future panolastite will he used in place of dynamite in all exploits against "in- justice." In America, infant fishes are now carried about on land in a railway car nicely apapted to their convenience. It is backed up to the door of the Central Hatching Station at Washington, the finny passengers are token aboard in cans con- taining some fifteen or twenty thousand fishes each, and the car is whirled away toward the head- waters of the Hudson, or some other destination. The fishes are tenderly cared for en route by men who have made their wonts the study of a lifetime. Meanwhile, without any know...

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Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 5 September 1884

Sporting Mems. Church, an English prize-fighter, recently dead, left property worth £10,000. The Hon. William Pearson made £4000 cleon by tho win of Gastier, in the Maiden Hardies, last Laycock and Clifford are matched for £200 a side, over the championship course. At present, Clifford looks the winner. The Maori, Slade, whom Jem Mace piloted to the States, is said to be going to the dogs. He has turned ont a regular "halfbred." Bowell, the English ped., who was second in the great six-day contest in New Torie, recently re- turned to London. He gained lOlbs. on the homeward passage. . Matt9rson meets Edwards of Melbourne. Oar money-the little we can spare from onr mangle time payments-goes on the Clarence River juvenile. Date first Saturday in August. Malone, the Irish ped., who has won all hiB events, hos matched Mm Belt against Arnold for 175 yards, the latter receiving five yards' start. The match is for £200, to be ron at Botany 10th August. Cannon, the English jockey, who rode ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian — 5 September 1884

MISCELLANEOUS. A Gipsy girl, aged 16 years, was recently shot dead at Epsom Downs, daring rifle practice, by an " awkward squad " of volun- teers. Two London manufacturers were re -oentlybeavily fined for keeping several girls at work for five consecutive hours without an interval of half an hour for a meal. A dael with swords took place on Tues- day evening in the Military Biding School of Vienna, between Count Keglevich and Baron Bodich, son of the Master ot the Ordnance. Both were severely wounded. A Swiss doctor, who had lost everything at Monte Carlo, and had vainly applied for the means of returning home, has com- mitted suicide. This is said to be the thirty-second case of the kind this season. A telegram from New York states that forty-five of the crew of the sealing brig Confederate, which was reported- ice-locked in Nôtre Dame Bay on the 1st inst., have been rescued, after they had undergone terrible privations. Mr. Byrne died at his residence in Liver- pool on Sunday. The...

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