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HORSE-BREEDING FOR HUNTING PURPOSES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 30 May 1874

HÖRSE-BREEDING FOR HUNTING PURPOSES. I NOTES BY " SCRUTATOR." FOALS are very subject to worms, which will prevent their growth unless speedily des- troyed. A rough coat, excessive appetite, with a short dry cough, are generally signs of the animal being affected with these para- sites, which are sometimes very difficult to remove. A pint of linseed oil, with a table- spoonful of spirits of turpentine, given two or three alternate mornings, fasting, is a very simple and efficacious remedy for this purpose. Calomel may be resorted to should this fail, hut I am always an advocate for simple prescriptions with young animals. Calomel is a powerful medicine, and requires, careful treatment; and acting as it does upon the whole system, the foal will be more subject to catch cold. It must be'also fol- lowed by an aloetic purge. From eight to twelve grains of calomel may be given to a foal, made into a small ball, with, flour and honey, and a small quantity of finely pow . dered ginger. To a...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 30 May 1874

THE LITTLE WANDER h;w buen selected for use in the Irish National Schools. Illustrated Price Lists, containing opinions of the Presó, selected from the high-class newspapers of Great ? Britain, fciu be had POST. i'REE on application.

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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JARRAH WOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 30 May 1874

JARRAH WOOD. A LARGE trade has been done of .late.years In.. Western Australia in:the very hard and dur- able wood known aa Jarr ih wood. It is said to be the produce of Eucalyptus marginata, but it has also been referred to E. rostrata, j which is likewise known iu various parts of Australia as Flooded Gum, White Gum, or Red Gum. ; Ey some, however, the true " Jar*rah," or Swan Uiver mahogany, is con- sidered to be the wood of the former species, and is preferred before it on account of its superior strength ; it is of a reddish colour, and some of the wood is finely figured and suitable for furniture ; it is so dui'able that it resists the attack of white ants aud of teredo, and remains souud for a great length bf time, both in fresh and salt water. If the wood is cut at the proper season, before the rising of the sap, it is said to be almost imperishable. In Western Australia it is U3ed for almost every purpose where a strong wood is required. Ships and houses are J built of it, ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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THOMAS CARLYLE ON MODERN ENGLISH WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 30 May 1874

THOMAS CARLYLE ON MODERN ENGLISH WORK. THE look of England is to me at this moment , abundantly ominous, the question of capital and labour growing ever more anarchic, in- soluble altogether by the notions hitherto applied to it-pretty sure to issue in petro- leum one day unless some other gospel than that of .the " Dismal Science " come to illu- minate it. Two things are sure to me. The first is that capital and labour never can or will agree together till they both first of all decide on doing their work faithfully through- out, and like men of conscience and honour, whose highest aim is to behave like faithful citizens of the universe, and obey the eternal commandments of Almighty God who made them. The second thing is that a sadder object than even that of the coal strike, or any other conceivable strike, is the fact that -loosely speaking-we may say all England has decided that the profitablest way is to do its work ill, slurily, swiftly, and mendaci- ously. What a contrast bet...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 30 May 1874

. CONVULSIONS IN TEETHING.-None but anxious mothers know the worry of " teething time," and the nursery has no more'iñnocent help than Mrs. Johnson's far-famed American SootMng Syrup, which, applied to . the infant's gums, relieves the pain and prevents con- vulsions. Nono genuine without the name of "Bar- clay and Sons, Farringdon Street," is on tho stamp. Sold by all chemists, at 2s. 9d. a bottle. AgontB Pratt and Elliott Bros., Sydney. 3 To (he General Public, Subscribers, Advertisers, and Ayenls. SYDNEY" PUNCH is conducted on such principles of impartiality, tolerance, fearlessness, and free- dom from personalities of a private character, that everyone may be amused and interested in watching the Merry Jester strike folly ¡is it flies, and entertained by his quips ¡ind jokes, without being wounded by bitter malice or unseemly allusions. Public ovils aro satarised, vice is held up to scorn, and folly rediculed: whilst tho paper is allowed to contain nothing that shall pr'evei't i...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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HORTICULTURAL EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 30 May 1874

HORTICULTURAL EDUCATION. M. BALTET has agaiu lately taken up the question and discusses the best scheme of horticultural education. He recommends the establishment of primary schools, farm schools, public lectures, and lastly of a hor- ticultural institute. The training schools are the nurseries in which are educated the young teachers whose future function it will be to superintend the primary schools. To ? th'e ordinary co\use of instruction should, for this purpose, be added instruction in horti- culture. It should be given in a garden an- nexed to the school, by a good practical gar- dener ; professors should aid him by their theoretical instructions, if the teaching of theory and practice cannot be undertaken by the same person. A horticultural library, a collection of models of fruits and alimentary roots, specimens of seeds, woods, an herba- rium, a small collection of animals of interest to the gardener and the farmer, would serve as illustrations to the lectures, and these ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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PRESERVED MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 30 May 1874

PRESERVED MILK. AN idea of the extent to which the manu- facture ia carried on may be gleaned from the fact that one Company at Cham, in Switzerland, turns out about 2,000,000 lbs. of preserved milk per year. The establish- ment: employs sixty operatives, and pos- sesses or hires 1440 cows. Other large com- panies are at work in Germany, Ireland, and England, and it is stated that those which make a good article are unable to supply the demand to . which the increasing consump- tion of concentrated milk gives rise. The finest flavoured milk and butter are obtained from cows fed in slimmer entirely on grass, and in winter on nothing else but good sweet hay. Turnips are objected to, both on account of the watery milk they yield, and the bad flavour they impart. Bean or pea meal is highly recommended, on account of its ni- trogenous constituents, and brau is also ap- proved ; but the various other artificial fod- ders enumerated are not likely to come into much use.

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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LACTOMETER FOR TESTING MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 30 May 1874

LACTOMETER FOR TESTING MILK. THIS handy little instrument is one which should be used by every farmer who owns more than one cow. Where there are but two, it becomes a matter, of interest and curiosity to know which one is the better, and where there are a dozen the probability is that there will be found one amongst the lot which is not worth keeping, and she can- not easily be detected without experimenting on her milk with the lactometer. One of the first requisites to an improvement in our dairy stock is a simple means of detecting those which are unprofitable to keep, and by getting rid of them as soon as possible pre- venting the perpetuation of poor stock. It is only by breeding from our best cows by means of bulls descended from dams which excel in the quality of their milk that we can hope to improve our dairy stock ; and that our stock needs, and is susceptible of, vast improve- ment is plain to those who know how poor is the average product of our cows. We very rarely thi...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 30 May 1874

A drunken man, having £1400, in notes and gold, in a canvas bag, on his person, was lately picked up in the streets of Melbourne. Rather a good haul for burglars or garroters, if the matter had come under their notice. A bill granting a pension to Dr. Lang, for services rendered to the colony, was consi- dered, but not decided upon. The House was counted out while Captain Onslow was delivering a speech in opposition to its prin- ciples. Victorian statistics show a deficiency of 240,000 bushels in the wheat crop this year. The average rainfall during the past twelve months exceeded that of the previous six- teen, the quantity noted being a fraction over sixteen inches. The South Australian Estimates for 1874 have been published. The total proposed expenditure is £816,000 ; Public Works, £210,000 ; Charities, £52,000 ; Postal and Telegraph, £95,000; RaUways, £137,000; Education, £43,000 ; Main Roads, £90,000. A man named Turpin (no relative to the noted knight errant of yore) has late...

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RUSH TO THE ENDEAVOR RIVER, QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 30 May 1874

[ HUSH TO THE ENDEAVOR RIVER, QUEENSLAND. T H E ENTRANCE. MAIN "S T R E E T, C O O K T O W N. THE WH A ll VES. LANDING HORSE S. AUSTRALIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S STORE.

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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TWO USEFUL INSTRUMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 30 May 1874

TWO USEFUL INSTRUMENTS. THE accompanying engravings represent two very useful, although common-place, instru- ments. Fig. 1. is an improved rubber Fig. 1. RUBBER. designed to take place of the currycomb. To many horses the use of the currycomb ia a very painful infliction, and after all it does not serve the purpose in- tended so well as it ought to do. This im- proved rubber will an- swer all the good pur- poses of the currycomb without possessing any of its evil qualities. If used against the di- rection of the hair it will loosen and remove dust and scurf very effectively, and the friction will be agreeable and healthful to the skin. It is patented, but sold at the reasonable price of 25 cents. Fig. 2. represents a very convenient brush which will be found useful in the stable for thejpurposes for which the stiff and unneces- sary hardbrush is used. Fig. 2.

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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ON HORSE-BREAKING AND HORSE-MANSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 30 May 1874

ON HORSE-BREAKING AND HORSE- MANSHIP. IT may be safely asserted that the young men brought up in this country may claim to rank among the boldest, most daring, and courageous horse ritiera of the world, yet without being, as a rule, horsemen. This is greatly to bo regretted ; more particularly when it is so easily remedied by the exercise of a little careful study and reasoning, which, if only given to it, we feel assured will cause them cheerfully to admit the truth of our apparently bold assertion. Young people are very apt to follow example, and are mostly satisfied if they can accomplish what they may see done by older and more, as it is thought, experienced people. They see their elders satislied with a result, and do not, unless of a more than commonly inquiring mind, take the trouble to ascertain whether the same end might not bo accomplished by some more rational, easy, and economical method. The want of study and reflection continues the too general, irrational, expen- sive...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 30 May 1874

A payable seam of coal has been dis- covered in Gippsland, contiguous to the pro- posed line of railway. The company formed to work the mine have asked for assistance to connect the colliery with the line by a tramway. The Government has promised to reserve the quantity of landjrequired. The foundation-stone of St. Andrew's College, within the University of Sydney, was laid in the south-western portion of the University Paddock, on the 2nd May, by the Rev. J. Kinross, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of New South Wales. About 500 persons were present. Dr. Knaggs, of Newcastle, has an article in the last number of the Medical Gazette, on " Tea Poisoning," which is calculated to shake the nerves of the very strongest of those who dip deep into the "cup that cheers." He asserts that tea is destructive to brain, nerves, and heart ; and, also, that the hot water with which the tea is made is the cauBe of many diseases whose origin cannot be satisfactorily trac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 30 May 1874

CALLAGHAN AND SON, MANUFACTURERS & IMPORTERS of «BOOTS AND SHOES, 397 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. JOSEPH B TJLLARD, 360 GEORGE STREET, 360, AWARDED PRIZE MEDAL, MAY, 1873, Tailor, Hosier, and, Shirtmaker ; Gentlemen's Wed- ding and Mourning orders, Outfits to All Parts of the "World, Ladies' Riding Habits to order, Juvenile othing ready made or to order. JOSEPH BULLARD,: ? 860. George-street. MOORE'S COACH FACTORY, , , . 203 SOUTH HEAD ROAD. (Opposite Courthouse.) ; Buggies of all descriptions on hand, or built to, Order. Phaetons, . Waggonettes, Concord, and Express Waggons. Tray Buggies, Spring Carts, Hansom Cal s, Harness, &c. ? mHE CONSIDERATIONS THAT ' X SHOULD GUIDÉ' THE ' ' ? BREEDERS AND GRAZIERS OF CATTLE IN ' ' NEW SOUTH WALES. ; , ;; ,,: ... A;PAPER. Bead before: the Council and Members of the : Agri cultural Society, on 24tli September, 1873, and now : published by request'; with tho subsequent discussion, leading articles,1 and letters; both for and against t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 30 May 1874

THE AUSTRALASIAN & AMERICAN MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY are prepared to give through Bills of Lading for the conveyance of WOOL to NEW YOEK, or any port of the United States, delivered within CO days from date of shipment, at Ijd per lb., or special rate for largo quantity. SPECIE, 1 per cent, delivered in LONDON. Through rates from LONDON to SYDNEY express, £12 per ton measurement. H. H. HALL, Managing Director. THE ?si WâlSil SEWING MACHINE, REDUCED TO £4 70s., WITH STAND £6. GIBBS, SHALLARD, & CO., SOLE AGENTS, 108 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. THE OLD ESTABLISHED CRICKETING DEPOT. GEORGE HURLEY & CO., IMPORTERS OF BRUSH AND COMBWARE, PORTMAN- TEAUS, VALISES, LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S HAND AND TRA- VELLING BAGS, PERFUMERY, SCENTED SOAPS; CRICKETING, FENCING, BILLIARD MATERIAL: FOOT BALLS, AND EVERY DE- SCRIPTION OF ENGLISH AND FOREIGN FANCY GOODS, WHOLE- SALE AND RETAIL. 410 & 686 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. KEATINGS COUGH LOZENGES The best and safest remedy for COUGHS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 30 May 1874

-M >-3 WHO WOULD SÜFFEE from burns and scalds, when they can obtain such relief as JOSEPHSON'S AUSTRALIAN OINTMENT" About five weeks ago my wife was standing near the fireplace when her muslin dress caught fire and blazed above her head, burning her arms and legs very much-in fact they were charred ; there was no one with her to assist to put the fire out, the consequence being, parts of her body were charred quite black. I obtained some of "JOSEPHSON'S AUSTRALIAN OINTMENT," and applied to all the burnt parts, which gave her immediate relief from pain. Used the ointment constantly. In a week the young flesh and Bkin came on and she became quite well. I believe it a perfect miracle the way the ointment soothed her intense pain and effected such a clean and beautiful cure. Witness-H. WHITFORD. Ask for «JOSEPHSON'S AUSTRALIAN OINTMENT." This valuable Ointment is free from all mercurial or metallic substauce, and is made by the proprietors only from the wild plants of the Australian ...

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JOE BLINKS' DRAG, AND WHAT WAS IN IT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 30 May 1874

JOE BLINKS' DRAG-, AND WHAT WAS IN IT. "NOT know Joe. Blinks ! and so long as you've been on the road," too: well, I am astonished, at you !" The utterer of the above exclamation was a portly and rather tall man, with a jolly, good-humoured face, but displaying that shrewd, kind expression which always characterizes the thorough " business man." His cheeks were bronzed and weatherbeaten : his nose was ruddy and blooming-whether arising from external exposure to winter storms without, or to the more potent and subtile influence bf whisky toddy from within, it would be impertinent here to discuss. His big body was carelessly thrown, half lying and half sitting, on one of those wooden chairs with round backs, familiar to smoke-rooms and bachelors' studies ; while his long legs were crossed, and his slippered feet rested upon the fender, exposed to the full blaze of a very tolerable fire. The person addressed was a thin grey haired man, who sat in another round-backed chair on one side ...

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Litterature. AT THE CAMP. THE MURDERED PHOTOGRAPHER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 30 May 1874

literature* - AT THE CAMP. THE MURDERED PHOTOGRAPHER. WITHIN'the whole Volunteer Encampment at Campbell Fields, it -would have been a difficult task to have found a more jolly set of fellows than those in charge of No. 3 field gun, Artillery Brigade. Recitations, and songs, and spinning yarns, were the order of the day. qr the nit/ht I should say, for as soon as thc Government penny caudle was lighted in the tent after tea, some one was always ready with aside-splitting story or one of the genuino Monk Lewis kind of tales that often kept the tent excitedly wakeful until the " Sma' wee hours of morning." The Corporal of the gun, Tom Crofton, was an old soldier, with four medals, and for two evenings successively had amused us with his adventures during mutiny time in India. It was on the third night, after having snugly rolled ourselves in our blankets, with our feet to the tent pole, and with the ever soothing short "cutty " between our lips, that Paddy dilbert, a huge, heavy-handed...

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