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AUSTRALIAN WINES IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870

AUSTRALIAN WINES IN ENGLAND. The Australian wine trado is making favourable progress hore, but it behoves growers only to send home tlio very best vintages. Mr. Auld, or the Auldana vineyards, has given up his business nt "Walbrook Houso, and it is now carried on by Messrs. Leigh and Smith, two gentlemen who had retired on fortunes acquired in tlie colonies, but who have been* now induced to embark in the trade, partly from a real love of the enterprise, and in the firm belief that it is capable of being made a lever to developo one of the most valuable of Australian resources. Their intimate knowledge of the capabilities of Australia for wine-growing will, doubtless, be. of great service to them.-European Times.

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE POPE AND THE [?]UMENICAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870

THE POPE AND THE OOUMENIOAL COUNCIL. The Pope haa abated no jot of his resolve to have his Eersonal infambiiity proclaimed, and ho is not daunted y tho failure of his second plan, which has been as unlucky as his first, which was to assume that tho dogma would bo accepted, and to get it agreed to os a matter of course. His next idea was that ono of tho Fathers should suddenly bo seized with an inspiration, should in a fervour of piety proclaim that the Council ought at once to vote the dogma, and carry it in a rush of excitement, and by acclamation. But it was discovered that the electrical agency was as likely to fail as not, and it was also learned that if this coup were attempted, Pupanloup and his following would march out of the sacred hall. So a third course is now being adopted, the very prosaic and non-supernatural one of a sort of requisition. Tho Fathors are being canvassed to sign a request to tho Pope that the dogma bo affirmed. In ono sense, this may be tho most prudent...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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SPANISH AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870

SPANISH AFFAIRS. Tho Spanish Ministry wont to pieces, bat has boon put together again, with tho insertion of the Admiral Topeto, tho Montpcnsior partisan. Prim, giving up the Duke of Genoa, for tho best of all reasons, declares that ho has no other candidate to proposo, and can suggest nothing bettor than a new interregnum. It may be that tho Montpensier chances have improved. A repub lican resolution to exclude the Bourbons for ovor wns rejected by tho Cortes by a largo majoiity, and it was affirmed that tho Duke had been elected by an over powering one for tho Asturias, but this was a mistake -ho was in advance, however, for .two days. AVe hear nothing about Cuba except tbwfc tho United States Govomment have yielded to tho demands of Spain in tho matter of a number of vessels whioh were clearly intended for filibustering purposes. It would not have done for Mr. Hamilton Fish to furnish Lord Clarendon with another fatal argumont. Brutal atrocities havo certainly beon committed in t...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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ENGLAND AND THE SUEZ CANAL. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870

ENGLAND AND THE SUEZ GAN AL. Those who have commercial transactions with Egypt will bo interested in knowing that the négociations for getting rid of tho present vicious system of Consular Courts in Egypt are the first fruits of the sort of Con gress hold at the opening of the Suez Canal, and that tho scheme of Nuba Pasha, apparently a fair ono, has received the approbation of most of thej Powers except Franco. Possibly the new Poreign Minister of that country may seo things in a now fight. Lord Hough ton, who roprosented the Geographical Society on tho above occasion, addressed the members on tho subject at a recent meeting, and was a little inclined to the belief that wo over rate tho Canal as a miracle of achievement, but thought that it would doubtless bo useful under improved conditions. His defence, and that by Sir Bartle Frere, of Lord Palmerston's opposi tion to tho affair, were graceful enough, but when they urged that Lord Palmerston's chief objection arose from a feeling ...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870

WS. RESPECTFULLY solicits the . attention of Gentlemen to his largo and carefully selected stock of now and fashionablo goods, just to hand, comprising Smith's London Made Eureka Shirts, 6s Cd. EACH, or 38s. THE HALF-DOZEN. . Tho best Value in tho Trade. SMITH'S PRINTED CAMBRIC SHIRTS, D tho most fasionabla styles. BMITH'S SILK, SILK MIXTURES, and ALL-WOOL gallina SHIRTS. WIGHT SHIRTS READY FOR USE BOW »nd YOUTHS' SHIRTS, all sizes. UNDERSHIRTS and DRAWERS SUPERIOR HOSIERY LADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S First Choico JOSEPHINE KID GLOVES. Also, Choice Scarfs, Ties, Collars, Handkerchiefs, Braces, Belts Turbans, Wristbands. THE NEW STRIPED REFORM FRONTS, with wristbands to match. PERFUMERY and TOILET REQUISITES, Purses, Portemonnaies, Tourist Cases, &e. THE VELOCIPEDE HANDKERCHIEF, ls Cd EACH, or 3 for 4s. DERBY DUST COATS LIGHT SUMMER OVERCOATS SHOWER-PROOF OVERCOATS WATERPROOF CLOTHING. 12-Rib NAGASAKI UMBRELLA, 21s 10-Rib ditto ditto, 22s Od Superior ditto ditto, 25s. NOW OPEN, EX...

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A TALE OE HORROR. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870

A TALE OE HORROR. A talo of mingled ghastliness and absurdity is reported in a German newspaper from a diBtriot of Prussian Poland. A girl, who had received a largo sum of money, was entertained on her journey homo by a villago magistrate, who put her to sloep with his wifo. During tho night the notion of the money he had seen with his guest so tormented tho mind of tho host that ho resolved to possess himself of tho gold by murder. Ho laid his niau carefully ; ho noted tho position of tho sleeping gnl, who lay in bod beside his wifo. Ho then betook himself to the gardon, whero ho dug a gravo; returned to tho houso with a sharp knife, and cut tho throat of tho woman who lay furthor from tho wall. Ho camed out tho corpse nnd buriod it, but on bis return ho found that the other sleeper had fled. His wifo and his guest had changod places "in tho night ; ho had murdered tho former, and the latter hod taken the opportunitv * escape while ho was burying the body. This Btorv" nearly as hor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870

IOTORIA HOUSE. T HIRTY-FOUR OASES B EST FLOORCLOTHS, J0, ST LANDED, NOW OPEN. F ARMER'S CELEBRATED WATERPROOFS. F ARMER'S UNRIVALLED MERINOES. F ARMER'S FANCY DRESSES. F ARMER'S WINTER PETTICOATS. F ARMER'S SILK PETTICOATS. F ARMER'S VELVET PETTICOATS. F ARMER'S SATIN PETTICOATS. F ARMER'S WINTER HOSIERY. F ARMER'S WINTER GLOVES. F ARMER'S NEW TRIMMINGS. F ARMER'S FLANNELS. F ARMER'S BLANKETS. F ARMER'S SHEETINGS. F ARMER'S MANTLES. F ARMER'S VELVET JACKETS. F ARMER'S SILKS. F ARMER'S MILLINERY. F ARMER'S UNDERCLOTHING. F ARMER'S MOURNING GOODS. LL THE DEPARTMENTS A' T FARMER AND COMPANY'S RE NOW ABSOLUTELY F ULL OF NOVELTIES. RAND SHOW, AS ABOVE, E VERY; DAY, AT F ARMER AND COMPANY'S. SPECIALITIES AT PEAPES AND SHAW, TAILORS, HOSIERS, GLOVERS, AND HATTERS, 338 and 340, G-EORGE-STREET. PEAPES »nd SHAW'S EUREKA WHITE SHIRTS FORTY SHILLINGS THE HALF DOZEN aro tho heat valuo in Sydney. PEAPES and SHAW'S TWELVE and SIXTEEN RIBBED SILK UMBRELLAS, ('NAGASAKIS, PARAGON FRAMESl.faro unparal...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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THE SPIRITUAL PEERAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870

THE SPIRITUAL PEERAGE. Tho most extraordinary event whioh has over takon place in connection with the representation of tho Church in tho Houso of Lords will occur at tho opening of tho noxt sossion, in less than a month from tho pro sont timo. Soven new bishops will bo entitled to take their- Boats aa spiritual peora (provided tho consecration of tho Bishop-nominato of Manchester can ho accom plished within the timo) - namely, Dr. Mobcrly (Bishop of Salisbury), Dr, Temple (Bishop of Exeter), Lord Arthur Hervey (Bishop of Bath and Wells), Dr. Harvey Goodwin (Bishop of Carlisle), Dr. Maokarness (Bishop of Oxford), and Dr. Fraser (Bishop of Manchester). Dr. Wilberforce will take his seat as Bishop of Winchester instead of as Bishop of Oxford as before. The new Bishop of St. Asaph, who will probably be nominated before tho meeting of Par liament, will bo without a seat under the Bishopric of Manchester Act ; and, in tho event of the new Bishop of Manchester not being consecrated in tim...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Household Recipes. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870

Household Recipes. I BEB STINGS.-If visible tho sting of a wasp or bee may bo at once extracted. A strong solution of ammonia in spirits or water, should thon be applied, or in the auienoe of this, warm oil may be used. To MAKE A HEN'S NEST.-Get five small eggs, make & hole at one end, and empty the sholls ; fill them with blano mange ; when stiff and cold, take off the shells ; pare the yellow rind very thin from six lemons, boil them in water till tender, then cut them in thin strips to resemble straw, and preserve them with sugar ; fill a small, deep dish half full of nice jelly ; whon it is sot, put the straw on in form of a nest, and lay the eggs in it. POTATO PUFFS.-Tako cold roast meat, either beef, mutton, or veal, and ham ; clear it from gristle, chop small, and season with pepper, salt and cut pickles. Boil and mash some potatoes, make them into a pasta with one or two eggs, roll it out with a dust of flour, . out it round with a saucer, put some of your seasoned m...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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Facetise. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870

Facetise. "MT hour is come," as the dook said when it struck. ' " O NANNY, wiltthou gang withrne?" as the man said when he stole the goat. " I HOPE it won't be long," as the schoolboy said to the lesson. ' ' "SILENCE gives consent," as the man said when ho kissed the dumb woman. A SPLENDID ear, but a very poor voice, as the organ grinder said of tho donkey. :"¡','A'!LONDON PUBLISHER advertises a new book about .to'appear, to be entitled the Human Face Divine, and other Talcs. ? "ONE extreme follows the other," as a little dog politely remarked when ho flew round after his own tail.: A CORRESPONDENT wants to know whether, consider ing/the great utility of the ocean, poets are not wrong to call it " a waste of water !" . " I SEE the villain in your f aoe," said a western judge ta'an Irish prisoner, " May't please your worship (replied Pat)¿ that must be a personal reflection, sure." ON a tombstone in a ohurhynrd in Ulster, Ireland/is the following epitaph :-" Erected to the memory of ...

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THE NOVELIST. MRAK FELTON. HIS ADVENTURES, PERILS, AND ESCAPES. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870

THE NOYELIST. MIAJEWS: [FELTON. HIS ADVENTURES, PERILS, AND ESCAPES. ""What -was that ?" "Why, that I met ye on the road, and didn't know no more on yer than I picked np in conversation comin' along. Oh, I'm a fly un, though I do look heavy," and the purple-nosed gentleman glanced critically at his short legs as he spoke. The others laughed, while Dlr. Sawbones, seizing Mr. William's mug, filled it once more with ale. ^ " I'm glad to hear," said he, after he had refreshed ^himself, " that tho young chap has weathered 'em. But, J"ohnny, you'll have to look precious smart, my buck, or they'll bo down on ye like a thousand o' bricks, with a search wan-ant. It won't do for Mr. Felton to stay hero j" and Mr. William shook his head with unusual energy. " I reckon tho gentleman is right," hore spoke Mr. Eath, who had hitherto sat apart. "I guess tho polico will smell a rat afore long. We must get tho ad dar at once. What du you think, sir," ho con tinued, turning to Mr. Garnet. " I think w...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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THE NEWS BY THE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870

THE NEWS BY THE MAIL. /THE arrival of the mail steamer in Sydney invine supplied us with our files of Englist ( d other papers, we are enabled to present tc "ur readers variéd details of the news. Wit! îesard to thë illness of the Queen, concerning vJiob. considerable anxiety has been expressed -1 find it stated, on the authority of thf i Lancet, that her Majesty had suffered severely from neuralgia, attributed to disturbance oi ! the nervous system, produced by "exposure, worry, or excitement." On the 23rd o; January the Queen was unable tc leave the house. We had previouslj learnt by later telegrams, however, thal bor Majesty was since much better. With regard to the British Parliamentary news, we cather nothing important in addition to what has already been given, with the exception that the speech from the throne mentions thi proposed introduction of a measure not men tioned in our telegrams-namely, a bill foi defining the status of subjects or citizens ol foreign countries, who...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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Details of the News. THE ROYAL FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870

Details of the News. THE BOYAL FAMILY. Tho Queen is at Osborno, and has suffered severely from an attack of neuralgia. Tho Prince and Princess of "Wales are at Gunton Hall. An intended visit to Berkeley Castlo has had to be deferred in consequence of tho Prince suffering from influenza. Ho is now perfectly recovered. Indian papers and correspondence are full of the splendours of tho reception given to the Duke of Edinburgh. Tho wolcome appears to have been a most worthy one, and calculated to impress the native popu lation with a sense of the grandeur of an Empress for one of whoso sons such a triumph had been prepared. Tho illuminations of Calcutta-Lord Mayo is credited with the idea of recommending tho lights to be made to follow the architecture 1 lines of tho City of Palaces -must havo been a finer sight than the young Duke is likely to see again. He seems to have acquitted himself excellently, especially in tho matter of danc ing. After a few "crowded days" of high festivity, i...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EMIGRATION—THE COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870

EMIGRATION-THE COLONIES. At a mooting held at tho Mansion Houso, on January 26, Mr. S. Morley, a well-known manufacturer, said Le liad been driven reluctantly to tho conclusion that wo must look to emigration as a means of relieving our present distress. He could state positively that thero was nowa great, deep, and general distress, not con fined to London, but pervading all tho manufacturing districts of the country j and, moreover, it existed in all tho manufacturing countries of the continent almost in an equal degree as hero. Ho traced our distress to tho fact that our sources of production were so enor mous that we wero constantly having a surplus amount of working population. That had a de teriorating effect on wages, and, although a manufacturer himself, he thought it his duty to help to relieve the market of tho superabundance of labour which undoubtedly now existed. Within the last two years money has been an absolute drug-it was never known before to he so cheap and abund...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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THE PRESERVATION OF MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870

THE PRESERVATION OF MEAT. About four years ago, in consequence of the increas ing price and scarcity of meat, and of tho danger inci dental to bringing live animals, possibly affected with contagious diseases, to tho roads and pastures of Eng land, Professor Gamgee, formerly head of the new Veterinary College at Edinburgh, commencd a series of experiments with a view to determine the best method of preserving the flesh of animals for food. His early attempts were not altogether satisfactory. At last, however, Professor Gamgeo has roturned> to England tho possessor of a method of preservation that he is prepared to expose to all reasonable tests, and by which he expects at once to remove butchers' meat from the number of perishable commodities. In tho introduc tion of a purely chemical process to tho general fraternity of butchers Professor Gamgee has been materially aided by tho Messrs. Bonsor, of Newgate Market, who had the sagacity to perceive that imperish able meat would be o...

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REPOKT OF THE SOCIETY OF AETS ON AUSTRALIAN MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870

REPOKT OF THE SOCIETY OF AETS ON AUSTRALIAN MEAT. The followirig correspondence has been published between the secretary of tho Sooiety of Arts and Lord Granville, with reference to the samples of preserved meats from Australia (boiled beef and boiled mutton in tins) forwarded by tho Colonial Office for the con sideration of the Food Committee appointed by that society:-"Sooiety of Arts, December 23, 18(59.-In reference to your letter of November I, enclosing copies of despatches from Victoria, relating to the samples of meat preserved in the colony, which accom panied your letter, and also in reference to your letter of January 14, I nm direotod to send you the report of the Food Committee of this sooiety thereon. "The committee, af tor careful examination of the samples, report as follows : " 1. The meat is thoroughly sound. " 2. The fat is not excessive. " 3. Tho gelatine is slightly defective, as compared with some other samples which tho committee have formerly had from Austral...

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TUESDAY, MARCH 22. THE STAITHS AT NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870

TUESDAY, MABOH 22. TTTE STAITHS AT NEWCASTLE. Ufr KING asked the Secretary- for Public Works i Tn what state of progress are the staiths at New L l« and when will they be available for tho ship t'of coal ? 2. When was tho work commenced ? B.T grjTHERLAND answered-1. Tho works are .list completed, with tho exception of part of the «maches which cannot bo finished until arrangc S aro como to with tho A. A. Company and others S Slow level crossings, and to obtain additional land. ¿ The foundations were commenced in November, ^fr 0. STEPHEN presented a petition from Messrs. "Tj Hawkesloy and Beatson, as chairman and sMKt'ary of the conference of delegates from the rMncipalities, praying the consideration of tho House to the propriety of passing an Act to vest in municipal todies the licensing ofpublic -houses within then- bounds. Mr DRIVER, as a formal motion, moved-That (his ¿ouse will, on Wednesday next, resolve itself into aconimittee of the wholo, for the purposo of consider ing the...

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EDITORIAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870

EDITORIAL NOTES. IT is to be rogrottod, wo think, that tho Monds of tho late Mr. John LT. Plunkett have boon so ill-advised as to como boforo tho Assembly with a potition for a grant of monoy from tho public purso. Mr. Plunkott was a gonlloman who filled every position he occupied with crodit to himself and beno/it to tho country. But during his oflioinl carcor ho was woll paid, and when that enroor terminated ho was ponsionod oft'in a most handsomo inannor. Ho had, bosidos, ono or moro vory vuluablo grants of land-a portion of which ho sold, if wo recollect rightly, for upwards of £1(1,000. That ho did not leavo his family in afiluont circumstances is a causo for regret, but cannot bo a roason for providing for them from tho funds contributed by ¡in alroady ovor-laxod com munity. AVo hopo to hear no moro of this case. "Wo uro suro no administration would consont to grant tho prayor of tho potition without a betrayal of their duty to tho public. O un legislators, wliatovor may bo th...

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Contents of this Issue. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870

Contents of this Issue. Telegrams .. .. . . . . . . .. 3, 4 Parliament-Gossip fol' tho Week .. .. ..4,6 Pastoral and Agricultural Prospects, Movements of Stock, &c-Insolvency Court-Deputations to tho Minister for Works .. .. .. .. .. 0 I Jottings by the Way- Country Correspondent .. .. 7 i Leaders : Tho Floods-Tho Proposed Land and Pastoral i Association-Postscript .. .. .. ..8 I Men of tho Ago : John Robertson (with portrait) .. 0 Towns and Villages of Now South Wales-Music and tho ! Drama.. .. .. .. .. 10,11 i ?. . ? fJoience-Invention-Construction : Royal Society of Victoria-Ancient Ruins in America-Stone Breaking Machines (with diagrams)-Tortured to Death by Místalo .. .. .. .. .. .. 12 fe" The Grazier; Water Supply for Stations-Foot-rot in Sheep-Inoculation for Pleuro-pneumonia .. 13,14 Th» Cultivator : Beet-root Sugar-Exotic Treos, the Birch-Harrowing andPloughing-Facts for Farmers .. 14 ? Mines and Mining: The Gold-flelds-Mr. Milner I Stephen's Gold Washing Machine-Ch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 26 March 1870

PROSPECTUS! OP THE SYDNEY MEAT PRESERVING COMPANY (LIMITED). Temporary Offices-227 Gcorgo-streot, Sydnoy. Capital-£25,000, in B000 shares of £5 eaoh. Pivo SiiiUings per sharo payable on application, and Ss por share upon allotment ; and ono month's notico of futuro calls, which aro not to exceed £1 per sharo. Tho Sharo List will be closed by notico in tho newspapers, when tho shares will bo allotted in the. order.of. application ; but should more than 50O0 shares bo applied for previous to allotment, thoy will bo iesuod pro rata. When two-thirds of tho shares aro allotted, a special meet ing of tho shareholders will bo called for tho approval of tho deed of settlement and tho election of a Board of (Ivo Directors and two Auditors, such directors or auditors to be tho holders of not leas than twenty-flvo shares. PROVISIONAL COMMITTEE ; Broughton, J., Esq. Lawson, C., Esq. Brewster, J., Esq. M'Lean, C. lt., Esq. Buchanan, W. P., Esq. Macleay, W., Esq, M.L.A. Buchanan, B., Esq. M'Cullo...

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