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NEW BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

.NEW BOOKS. "THE Australian Journal" is the title of a new weekly, of a similar class to " The Family Herald," " Cassell's Weekly," &c. The design of the proprietors is to open a more suitable field than the ordinary newspaper for the growth of Australian literature. "Hill's Oratorical Trainer," 184 pp. 12mo. G. Robertson, Melbourne. The unusually satisfactory results which hav« atteaded Professor Emili's ' Lectures on the Art of Elocution,' which he has delivered throughout the colonies, is perhaps one of the best guarantees of the excellence of this really valuable work. We compliment the author upon supplying a standard Work suitable alike for the juvenile student, for the more mature speaker, and for the library. The prose and poetical selections ar« especially good, embracing some of the finest specimens of English composition. Throughout every portion of the work we find that the great practical experience of the author has been taxed to the utmost to supply a work whi...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News
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RAISING THE SUNKEN BARQUE ADA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

RAISING THE SUNKEN BARQUE ADA. IK our last we recorded the sinking of the barque Ada, by being in collision with the R. M. S. Jeddo. The Ada sunk in the fair way between Garden Island and Bradley's Head, and was sold as she lay, in eleven fathoms of water, with 500 tons of coal on board. Mr. John Cuthbert, the well-known shipbuilder of this port, became the purchaser, and at once commenced pre i RAISING THE BARQUE ' ADA,' SUNK IN SYDNEY HARBOR BY THE ' JEDDO.' parations to remove the vessel into shallow water. In order to effect this two large hulks were obtained, and moored close on either side of the wreck, which was found to be so deep in the mud as to r.nder it impossible to * sweep her' in the ordinary way. To obviate this a strong cable was passed right round the vèssel under her tuck, partially under her bilge, and well down her stem-post, purchases were then fastened to the cable and taken to immense beams lying across the decks of the hulks. At low water the purchases were ...

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ST. MARY'S. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

ST. MARY'S. g^The erection of a temporary building . for St. Mary's Cath- edral has been com- > menced in front of the Archbishop's resi- dence, at the corner of College-street and St. Mary's Road. It i: willbe constructed of colonial hardwood, upon stone founda- tions. The dimen- sions will be 170 feet in leugth by 60 feet in width, the walls 25 feet in height. Three gables will be carried along the length of the build- ing, supported on rows of hardwood columns. There will be five entrances., . -

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THE NEW CUT, ARGYLE STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

THE NEW CUT, Í ARG YLE STREET. lo our Sydney readers the subject of our engraving will be f amiliar.' It is one of tlie most notable as well as the most utilitarian remnants of the old regime. The cutting from the road-way to the sur- face of Princes-street measures nearly 100 feet in height, by j about 300 in length, { and is entirely ) through the sand- ? stone rock, which 1 rises perpendicularly ; I on both sides. Three j neat bridges, erected ¡ by the Corporation, j: join the streets on | either side, and help I: to give the place, when viewed from a \ distance, the appear- j: ance of a lof ty tunnel. ..i THE NEW CUT, ARGYLE STREET. - -[SEE PAGE 9.] I

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AQUATICS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

AQUATICS. . . , ' li The second match between Green, of Sydney, and-Hickey, of;. jj I Newcastle, took place on the Parramatta River j on-the 26th . , ;|¡ lilt, with a result similar to the previous one, thus proving that '\\ in the elass of boats in which they pulled (watermen's skiffs), {: the champion has no chance with - his more powerful opponent ; J and although his friends imagined that when Hickey offered ! to row him for £100 a-side it was mere ' bounce,'. the New-; li castle ,native has proved that his capabilities were very much I under-estimated. Green was trained by Mr. Diud, of North- j Shore; Hickey by Pat Murray, at Kissing Point. The event jj was looked forward to with much interest, and the two j steamers were lilied with spectators. On thc arrival of the j' Patterson at Kissing Point the two men entered their boats . and pulled to the starting point-a short distance from the wharf ; both appeared to be in good condition, Green a trifle heavier than usual, and his r...

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CONSTITUTION OF THE NEW FIJIAN CONFEDERACY AGREED TO AT OVALU. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

CONSTITUTION OF THE NEW FIJIAN CONFEDERACY AGREED TO AT OVALU. "THE undersigned Chiefs of Fiji, having assembled together on the Sth and'9th of May, 1S65, unanimously agreed tothefolloAv ing resolutions :- " - 1 ' That the present condition of Fiji is such as to reqnire a firmer and Stronger form of government than it at present possesses iii order that the cause of union, justice, and progress may be promoted. " That this subject can be best effected by modelling a Con- stitution adapted .to the wants of the people, and to the forms of government hitherto in use among them. "We, therefore, thc undersigned Chiefs, agree that : " I. We, the principal chiefs of Fiji, shall meet together at least once a year, and deliberate on measures connected Avith the general Avelfare of Fiji. " II. The Chiefs of the Assembly will, on their arrival at the place of meeting, proceed 10 elect one of their number to be the President of Fiji, until the next.general meeting. He Avili be elected by the ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

CALLAGHAN AND SON, 3fANUFAG"J.'LT RISKS & IMPORTERS of BOOTS & SHOES 297 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY, (OPPOSITE ROYAL HOTEL.) T>ABON LIEBIG'S FARINACEOUS JLJ FOOD, Prepared and sold Wholesale and Retail tay A. G. WILKINSON, Chemist, 7 Hunter-street and tay N. Weekes, 101 Parramatta-street, Sydney. THE TRADESMEN'S OFFICE FOR . THE RECOVERY OF RENTS AND DEBTS. MR. A. COOPER, R KTÍJ' AND 'DEBT COLLECTOR, 410 CASTLEREAGH STREET SOUTH, Near G oui tau ni Street, SYDNEY. Letters from the Country promptly attended to. No charge unless amounts aro recovered. ' Cash paid im oiadiately. Court looa to be paid in advance. c JA M E S G R A HA M, WOOL BROKER, AND PRODUCE AUCTIONEER. Regular Sales of WOOL, HIDES, and TALLOW, held weekly. Consignments received for sale at his Stores, CIRCULAR . QUAY, SYDNEY. Liberal advances made on consignments of produce. Agent for Al cook'and Co.'s Billiard and Bagatelle tables. . ' ' e <rpo CONTRACTORS & OTHERS. FOR SALE BY THE UN...

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SPORTING. RANDWICK SPRING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

SPORTING. 'RANDWICK SPRING M RETINO-. The race for the first Australian Derby having rendered an extra day's sport almost inevitable, the Jockey Club decided to have it run on the first Saturday - of this month, which we pre- sume will iu future years be known as 4 The Derby Day.1 There w ere three events on the card besides that for the ' blue ribbon, ' in each of which a good stake-was offered. First Race.-The Trial Stakes of 4 sovereigns each, with 40 sovereigns added, for three-year-olds and upwards ; 1]' mile. The winner to be'sold by auction, immediately after the race, j for £70. If entered ' not to be sold ' to carry' 14 lbs. extra. i Mr. Ivory's b.g. -Canobie, aged, lOst. 51b. ; not to be sold (T. Willis) ... ... ... ... ... ... 1 Town's b. m. Mavourneen, 5 years, lOst. ; not to be sold (Higgerson)....." .... .;. ... .:. 2 -,.J .'Tait's ch.g. Warwick; 4 years, Sst. 91b. ; -, Canobie was the favourite ? at 5 to 4 against the field/and proved' worthy of confidence .by", winni...

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FOURTH DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

First ;Kac^ a sweepstakes of 4 sovereigns each. . For 3 years, 8 st. ; 4 ; years, y9;jst.; 7.; lbs; 5' years, 10; st. .;.-6;-years; and aged, 10 j : st. ,3 lb. . l;-4-mile...The.-.wjnner \toi-.be:sold- byauction.im- j V mediately after,,the, race for, £60 ; if for £50, allowed 7 lbsV j ( M Í40, 14 lbs. ;:£30, 21 lbs. ; the amount,-if any, realised vin' . excesB pf the entered selling price, to : go . to the^ funcU I Entrance 2 sovereigns. , ^ . ¡i. * Mr. Winch's Hetmán Platoff, aged (£30) -'..li.:. ...,</ : .' Dillon's Hotspur, G years (£40) ... . ' . J.J ; 2 , McOmich's Rollo, 5 years (£40): ... ; ' ... ' 3 : Kangaroo and Buckstone also ran. . . . , r 1 ; A good start was effected, and they reached, the Grand Stand, Hotspur first, Hetaian Platoff second, and: Buckstone third. j This order was maintained along the. back stretch ; as they ¡ ¡¡ neared the Derby corner Hetmán Platoff went up,, collared, and ! ¡ passed Hotspur. A good race home resulted in favour of Hetmán ! ...

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

WESTERN A XFSTRALIA. A despatch from tue Secretary of State says that two ships, each. conveying about 300 convicts, will be sent annually to Western Australia during the present and two following years, when transportation will entirely cease. The aboriginal natives named Narrigalt, Youndale, Nanding bert, and Yardalgene, who were sentenced to death at the last criminal Court for the murder of á half-caste girl"at York, and a man of theil'own tribe at Kandiup, Albany, suffered the extreme penalty of the law at the Perth Prison. "The first two of the condemned made their appearance on the scaffold, yelling and moaning, the ropes were adjusted about their necks, the caps drawn over their features, and the bolt was on the point of being drawii, when one of the poor fellows spoke loudly to his com- panion-'Monkey, are." you dead?' 'No, notj'et,' replied Moukej1" ; when, ejaculating, * Ü ! my God,' the two squatted down so low as to prevent any drop. To gain this the Sheriff obtaiued.th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

SEEDS ! SEEDS ! SEEDS.-Collection of Vegetable Seeds, sufficient for the successional cropping of a Garden of half an acre, 21s. LAW, SOMNER, & CO., 2(50 Pitt-street. SEEDS.-Flower Seeds-a choice as- sortment ol favourites, per Post, 4s. to 6s. per dozen packets. QEEDS-Sorghum, Imphee, Rye, Tares, IO Luceme, Clover, Rye Grass, Prair'e Grass, Buck .wheat, Field Peas, Tobacco Seed, Oats, &c. LAW, SOMNER, <fc CO., 260 Pitt-street. ANDBOOK TO THE GARDEN v edition) uer Post, ls. !)d. LAW, SOMNER, <fc CO., 260 Pitt-street. HOLLOWAYS OINTMENT AND PILLS.-Constant Success.-No diseases are more trying to the temper and more exhausting to the con- stitution than the pahiB in muscles and joints caused by exposure to wet or cold. Wherever the seat of sufleriug, it wiU only be necessary to foment the affected part with 'warm water, dry thoroughly, and immediately rub in Holloway's inestimable Ointment to obtain ease. Gout, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and Tic-Dolor...

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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

QUEENSLAND. The first annual meeting of the Queensland Turf Club was held at Brisbane on the 14th, loth, and 16th ult., with the following results : First Day-The Maiden Plate of £100, with a sweepstake of £3 each added : Bigge's Columbus, 1 ; Pring's Blink Bonny, 2. The Selling Stakes of £40 : Devine's Young Mormon, 1. The City Plate of £100, with a sweepstake of £5 each added, three miles : Ryan's Forester, 1 ; Donovan's Gipsy Gii-1, 2. The Oakwood Cup, value £25, with a sweepstake of £1 each added, one mile : Flemming's Eucalpytus, 1. The Hack Race of £20, with a sweepstake of £1 each : Moni'oe's Barney, 1. Second Day-The Corinthian Cup : Herbert's Grasshopper, 1 ; Brimstone's Doubtful, 2. The Drapers' Purse of £40, with a sweepstake of 2 sov. each : Ryan's Forester, 1. The Cham- pagne Handicap of £60 : Bigge's Nonsuch, 1. The Brisbane St. Leger of £75, with a sweepstake of three sovs. each : Pring's Blink Bonny, 1. The Hurry Scurry, prize'£10 : Monroe's Barney, 1. Third Day-The ...

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LITERATURE. WOONOONA. AN AUSTRALIAN TALE OF THE CITY AND THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

LITERATURE. WOONOONA. AN AUSTRALIAN TALE OP THE CITY AND THE BUSH. BY F. a. WILSON. (CONTINUED FKOM OUK LAST.) UT during this rough journey Arthur con- trived to increase his stock of information relative to his future home and the Ash- worth family, for Nyarra rattled on, and gave " the reason why " on a vast number i»t" subjects, now describing the owner of Woonooiia anti his worthy helpmate, then digressing into a long account of fanning if fairs & sta tiou tran- sa c ti ons, and then hr ea kin g into enthu- siastic ex- pressions concerning the merits of Missee Clara and 'the doc- tor,' but es pecially tliose of "pretty AT i o o o n Kate," a recital which Arthur lis- tened to with particular attention. Then the blackfellow told the story of .his tribe's destruction how aband of brutal men, excited by drink and led on by old Deni sher and his son, (then a boy in his teens) had formed a line stretching from creek to creek, completely guarding the point of land on which an u...

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CHAPTER X. NETTLEBY TURNS UP A PRIZE IN THE LOTTERY OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

CHAPTER X. NETTLEBY TURNS UP A PRIZE IN THE LOTTERY OP LIFE. " Filled was the air wita a dreamy and magical light ; and the landscape Lay as if created in al), the freshness of childhood. Peace seemed to reign upon earth, and the restless heart of the ocean Was for a moment consoled.-"-LONGFELLOW. Leaving Arthur to acquire, one by one, the thousand little bits of knowledge which make up the sum of ' colonial expe- rience,' we return to Gowland Gi ay and Sydney. Of late, the merchant had not visited the lawyer's office ; in fact, since the day of the quarrel he had seen or heard little of Foggleton, but he knew the latter too well to feel pleased at this deceitful calm-this ominous silence. He felt the day was fast approaching that would witness his downfall from the niche he then occupied in society, and his eager and over- wrought fancy seemed already to detect whispers of the coming scorn and degradation. Day after day did he school himself to brave the approaching storm, nerved a...

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CLARKE'S MONUMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

CLARKE'S MONUMENT. THIS testimo- nial has been erected by pub- lic subscription near the place where the brave^ young man, whose name it bears, lost his. life, while strug- gling with Wil- son the bush ranger, who was hanged for the offence at Maitland a few weeks after. The monument bears the fol- lowing inscrip- tion:-"Erect- ed by public subscription to the memory of Peter Clark, who lost his life whilst defend- ing his com- panions from the attack of an armed bush- ranger, on War land's Range, April 9th, 1863." The icicked jlee when noman pursuulhy but the righteous are boldasa lion. -P r o v e r b s xxviii. 1. Seek for your daughters an in- terest and an occupation which shall raise them above the flirt, the maneuver- er, the mischief - making tale- bearer. If you keep your girls' minds narrow and fettered they will be a plague and a care, sometimes a disgrace to you ; but culti- vate them, give them scope and work, they will be your gayest companions in health, your tendere st...

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OVALU, FIJI. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

I OVALTL FIJI. I , THE Island of Ovalu may justly be considered the most impor- tant of the Fijis, which, as a whole, are the most civilized of the Polynesian group. The fine climate and luxurious fertility of the soil have already attracted numerous settlers from th« Ana I tralias, and in a few years wool will form a very large item of export. Cotton has also been found to flourish in all parts of the island, and both the native and European population have dis- play ed much interest in developing what may become an important staple product. Ovalu carries on an extensive trade with this ! port, and also with the surrounding islands. A British Consul j is located there. The Weslevan mission arina rlfipm if. t.liraïr mnsf. ! successful sphere, j and, judging from their recently adop- ted constitution, which we give in ex- tenso on page 7, the inhabitants have already proved them- selves worthy of the efforts which have been made to reclaim them from barbarism. Some of the islands con...

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AUSTRALIAN NATURAL HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

THE NATIVE BEAR THE OPPOSSUM AND PLYING SQUIRREL. AUSTRALIAN NATURAL HISTORY. I. lHE NATIVE BEAR.-This repulsive animal - one of the sloth species-is a native of New South Wales. Its body is heavy and clumsy, from twenty to thirty inches in length, covered with a moderately long and coarse brownish-grey fur. The fore legs, which are of great muscular power, are armed with powerful claws, whieh airl if. in climbing the lofty eucalyptus, on the leaves of which it generally feeds. The female generally car- ries its young on its back, and it is re- markable with what tenacity the smallest ' . of them will hold on to its dam. The dis- position of the wom- bat is gentle, but when provoked it will turn and bite with great severity. THE COMMON OPOSSUM.-(Fha/au- gusta Vulpina. )- This is one of the pha- langer family, ex- clusively Australian, and the most carni- vorous of the species. In size it is nearly as large as a cat, covered with a greyish-brown fur, the tail long and black. The feet...

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RETROSPECT OF THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

RETROSPECT OF THE MONTH, THE Uustoms receipts from January 1st to the 31st ult., amounted to £390,585 6s. lld., an increase of £34,362 3s. 8d: over the corresponding period of 1864. The receipts for August alone were £3,718 in excess of those of the same month last year. The escort returns exhibit a decrease of a considerable extent-the receipts for the first eight months of last year ariióunted to 198,486 ozs. ; during the corresponding period of this year there has been only 189,486 ozs. ; the decrease being 8,767 ozs., or about 4 per cent; of this amount the largest portion is in the yield of the Northern gold-fields, which show a falling off o£ about 4,500 ozs., or about one-third pf the entire yield. The amount received during the past month from all sources was 22,932 ozs., or 4,208 less than during August, 1864. In accordance with the now almost invariable custom, the mail steamer (with the July mail) is again overdue. Of course it is useless to complain of the inconvenience ...

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INSOLVENCY RECORD. ESTATES SURRENDERED AND SCHEDULES FILED. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

TisrsoL riïWOT niran rm. . ESTATES ScwitusmatK» AND SCMKDOTKS FILED. July ' Liabilities. Assets. 12 Pétenle Horne and Isaac WU- .£ s. d. £ s. d. j; _liains, Araluen, miners .. ,874 i» ii 7 5 0 "la Jas." Mason,' Sydney, publican 338 18 0 85 ß 0 .0. M'Geary, Sydney, farmer 53 0 'i 1 ri 0 Peter de Sambier Body, Tu- mut, commission agent .. . 2S0 4 (! 50 J5 0 ( ba». Bell, Billabong,'miner . 507 19 0 40,0 .0, .1. Marshall Walker, Eden, ' ' '" ' " ~ clerk .. '..- /.' .. ...342 ll 6 89 . 0 0 14 "William Whyeall, Branxton,. \\'est Maitland, sawver and engineer .. .. \. 325 10 3 30 10.0' ' ?. ' llonox Read,: Bega j dairyman1 152 12 7 73 O' 0 15 ?William 'Eltham, Svdney, . i -:J , waterman . .. ..' .. 42 12 7 . . . 5 10 0 IS: John Gostelow, Paddington,. " painter ../ .. .. 105 3 0 ' 51; 4 0 . Michael Reardon, Camper- * J .. - . - ??. . down-,'labourer .. j .. 23 ll 0 12 T 0 19 Patrick M'Mauus, Terrara, ,' " farmer fRuvplus) .. .. 101 10' " ft 103 ' r. 1 ESTATES SO-RRKSUBBKD-AS» -SCHEDWWS FILE...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

- . BIRTHS. . ADAMS-Aug. IK, Mrs. W. Adams, Glebe-road ii daughter. AIKEN-July 19, at Kiug-st., Mrs. E. Aiken, of.adaughter. ANDERSON-Aug. 17, ai r.s. A. Anderson, Goiüburu, a ; daughter. ARNOLb-Aug. 10, Mrs. J Arnold, Camden, a son. . A.UDSLEY- Aug. 25,'Mmï. AiuMey, S.H.-Rd,adaughter. BANKS-Aug. 0, airs. W; D. Banks, Derwent-streefc, a diiuuhter. ? ? : - ? BAlllvIûR-Aug. IS,. 31rs, G. ,W.. Barker, Kingston, a daughter. BATES-Aug. 4, at Randwick, Mrs. P. W. Bates, of a daughter. BELL-Mrs. J. A. Bell, at the Royal Hotel, a daughter.   BOARD -Aug. 18, Mrs. W. G. Board, Botany-st., a son. BODE- July 21, at Newcastle, the wife of the Rev. F.D. Bode, of Dungog, of a son. BOEKEMANN-July 17, at Albion-street, Mrs. A. Boeke       mann of daughter. BOLSTER-Aug 18, Mrs. A Bolster, a daughter. BRODIE-July21 .Mrs. .Brodie, Murrurundi, a daughter.   BROWN-July 16, Mrs. C. B. Brown, Sherwood, a daughter. BULL-Aug.' 22, Mrs. H. Bull, George-st., ...

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