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INDEX TO DECLARATION OF FORFEITS OR NON-ACCEPTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 15 January 1870

INDEX TO DECLARATION OF FORFEITS OR ., NON-ACCEPTANCES. Bathurst Cup, £2 ft.February loth, 1870 . .Bathurst Great'Western Handicap.. Fobruary 17th Sydney Cup, £4 forfeit.March 1st, 1870 :\ SHOALHAVEN RACES.-The Shoalhaven New Year's Day. races were not very largely attended, but the c.. raouig was literally good. The Maiden Plate of 7 sovs. y> was won by Mr. J. Thorburn's Lady Bell, beating Mr. H. Moss's Half-caste; and Mr. Peake's Kettledrum. .. ,The New Year's Gift of 10 sovs was won easily by Mr. Thorburn's Mountain Maid, beating Kettledrum. Mr. James Monaghan's Grasshopper was drawn. The Ladies' Purse of 5 sovs was won by Mr. David Hyam's Blondín, Mr. T. Patterson's Forester second; Mr. "VV. .. Patterson's Nelly Grey third. The fourth race was what is termed a donkey race, the owners riding eaoh ethers nags, and the last in to be declared the winner. .... Some considerable amusement was created in the race, .which was finally won by Goolden Sammy beating ' " Copperhead and Bi...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INDEX TO DECLARATION OF WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 15 January 1870

INDEX TO DECLARATION OF WEIGHTS. Bathurst Cup .January 20th Bathurst Handicaps .February 10th Berrima Member's Gift.March 7, 1870.

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE NEW SOUTH WALES CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 15 January 1870

THE NEW SOUTH AVALES CRICKET ASSOCIA TION. The annual general meeting waa held at Tattersalls, on Tuesday evening last. There were only about fifteen cricketers jiresent ; Mr. j, j. Calvert presided. The honorary secretary, Mr. Richard Teece, read the follow ing annual report:-"In submitting their annual report, your committee regret that they cannot con gratulate your association unon the result of the past season ; the annual contest with Victoria having termi nated in the defeat of this colony. They also regret that the match, financially, did not prove a success, leaving a balance, as shewn by the treasurer's balance sheet, of only £190 19s 3d. at the credit of the associa tion, a sum which wUl borely defray tho expenses of | Bending our team to Victoria this season. It has been found necessary to remodel the association and to give increased representation to those clubs whose numerical strength entitles them to a larger share in the control of the cricketing affairs . of the c...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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Cricket. PROGRAMME OF TO-DAYS MATCHES, [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 15 January 1870

Cricket. PROGRAMME OF TO-DAYS MATCHES, lat Alberts v. 15 Victoria, on A. C. Ground. 2nd ditto v. 2nd "Warwioks, in Domain. 1st Warwioks v, 1st Newtown, at Newtown 3rd ditto v. 3rd Newtown, on University Oval. 1st Redfern v. 1st Alfreds, Warehousemen's Ground. 1st Caxtons v. Liverpool, at Liverpool.

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 15 January 1870

SYDNEY MARKETS. Butcher's meat-Beef, per lb l.jd, mutton lAd, pork Sd, veal, 3d to 5d ; lamb, per quarter, 2s to 4s. Poultry -Powis, per couple, 3s to 3s 6d, ducks 3s (kl to 5s, wild ducks 4s, teal 2s (3d, geese 5s, turkeys 30s to 35s, pigeons ls 3d to ls Gd. Babbits, per pair, 2s Gd to 3s; roasting pigs, each, 4s to 5s. Dany produce-Eggs, per dozen, ls. Vegetables-Potatoes, per cwt, 2s Gd to Ss 6d, onions 3s to 4s ; cabbages, per dozen, ls to 2s, lettuces ls, pumpkins 3s to Gs, marrows ls to 2s, ' cucumbers ls to ls 6d, turnips, per dozen bunches, ls Gd to 2s (Jd, carrots ls to ls Gd, parsnips ls to ls Gd, beetroot 3s to 4s, leeks 3s to 4s, rhubarb ls to 2s, celery 6s to 9s ; green peas, per bushel, 5s to Gs, French beans ls Gd to 2s, broad beans ls Gd to 2s. Fruit-Oranges, per case, 15s, lemons 12s, apples Cs to 10s, pears 3s to Gs, greengages 12s, peaches 2s Gd to 7s, nectarines 4s to 8s, pineapples por dozen, ls Gd to Cs, watermelons 12s, rock 12s, passion fruit 4Ad, figs 2d, ba...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Melbourne Stock Report. DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. Molbourne, January 5, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 15 January 1870

Melbourne Stock Report. DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S KEPORT. Molbourne, January 5, 1870. PAT CATTLE.-1445 hoad woro ontercd for the week's supply,, 950 of which passed the hammer to-day at prices slightly under last week's rates. They consisted principally of good useful butcher's meat, the greater portion boing bullocks, with only a few prime pens among thom. There was a good attendance of town nnd country buyers, including a few graziers, aud considering tho lato wann weather, with the large supply forward, priccB did not rule so low as was anticipated. We quoto best beef at 17s Od per 100 lbs. Best bullocks at from £8 to £0 ; second ditto. £6 to £7 ; inferior, £4 to £5. Best cows at from £5 10s to £U 5s; second, £4 10s to £6; inferior, nono offered. "Wo sold 428 for Mr. John Dargin, Macquarie River, at an average of £5 13s, and will to-morrow sell 250 prime cows for Messrs. Massie, Darley, and Greene, from Merungle station. FAT CALVES.-31 wero yarded, but only a few of them i good ...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE AUSTRALIAN Town & Country Journal SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1870. The Agricultural Society's Prizes for Wool. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 15 January 1870

-: THE AUSTRALIAN Co-torn & ?m\\iq Jmrrral SÁIUEDAY, JANUARY 15, .1870. The Agricultural Society's Prizes for Wool. Agricultural So' iefcc of New South Wales have inaugurated their ¿>rea¡ Intercolonial Exhibition for 1870, by holding u show of wools ut Messrs Mort and Co.*s Stures, Circular Quay, und lUfSiutino prizes to ex* b tors of the most approved sorts. The wools, which were opened to public inspection on Wi dries day, nnd are still to Leseen, were commendably classified by the judges, Messrs Kümmerer Hinehcliffe, and Parker, ably assisted by 3ir, Austin, of Messrs. Wort arid Co.'s establish ,ment ; and prizes were offered for eleVen classes, only nine of which were competed for. Whilst some of our wool growers responded I liberally to the invitation of the society i compete for prééminence, it is to be regrette thut fleeces from somo most esteemed woo growers, were not forthcoming to the extei that might have been expected ; and the sisti colonies, with the excepti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 15 January 1870

**.*" Communications from Secretaries of Race Meet ings', Cricketing. Yachting, and any other Associations are respectfully invited.

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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Mr Cowper sworn in as Colonial Secretary. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 15 January 1870

Mr Cowper sworn in as Colonial Secretary. At a meeting of the Executive Council, held on Thursday, the Hon. John Robertson resigned the office of Colonial Secrotary. The resignation was accepted, and the Hon. Charles Cowper was sworn in as Colonial Secretary and Premier. (from a- Snpplimtnt tn //ie flonrrnwnt CtazHlc.) Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 13th January, 1870. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased tc appoint the Honorable Charles Cowper, Esq., to be Colonial Secrotary and Registrar of Kecords of New South Wales. By his Excellency's Command, CHARLES COWPER. Colonial Secretai-y's Office, Sydney, 13th January, 1870. His Excellency the Governor directs it to be notified for general information, that a writ has this day been issued, and that the undermentioned arrangements have been made, for the election of a member to serve in the Legislative Assembly, for the electoral district of Liverpool Plains, in the room of the Honorable Charles Cowper, Esq., whoso seat in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 15 January 1870

* An engraving of these celebrated claims will bo given in our nest issue; from anketell taken by our, Travelling Alining Reporter on tho spot. ....

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LATER FROM EUROPE. Via California. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 15 January 1870

LATER FROM EUROPE. Via California. By tho barque Anna from San Francisoo November 10th, we have European and American news to the 8th November.

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GREAT BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 15 January 1870

GREAT BRITAIN. November 7.-The Queen opened tho new Blackfriars Bridge and Holhorn viaduct to-day with state cere monies. Crowds thronged the streots, and the houses in the neighbourhood were gaily decorated. London, November 7th.-Sir Roderick Murchison publishes an extract from Rev. Mr. Kirk's lotter as follows : " We may infer that before this Dr. Living- , stone has satisfied himself whether any South African waters flow into Lake Albert Nyanva. If this determi nation is arrived at, he will have solved the problem of African geography. "

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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THE CONTINENT. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 15 January 1870

THE CONTINENT. Palis, Novamber 7th.-J. E. Checker claims an j indemnity of 17,000,000 francs for damages caused by j the French Government. Paris, Novomber 7th.-Two electoral meetings were I dissolved yesterday by the police. Both assemblages ; dispersed quietly, offering no resistance. Henri Rochefort arrived in Paris last night and'addressed an electoral meeting. Ho is nominated to the Corps Législatif from the First Ward of Paris. Ledru Rollin hos nccopted a nomination to the Corps Législatif from one of tho Paris Districts, without, however, taking thc oath of personal fidelity to the Emperor. Despatches from Florence announce that King Victor Emmanuel is dying. Prince and Princess Napoleon have been summoned to his bedside, and have left for Florence. The Bourse is flat. Rentes 71 francs 2 centimes. Paris, November 7th.-The Archbishop of Paris has issued a pastoral letter on the Ocumenical Council. He maintains that the French concordat is opposed to any decision on the questio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 15 January 1870

Department o{ Public Works, I Sydney, November 17tb, 1800 TENDERS for PUBLIC WORKS and SUPPLIES.-Tender« are invited for tho following "Public Works and Supplies. For full particulars seo GOVEUN .HENT GAZBTTI:, a Olo of which ia kest nt every Police-oflico in tl»« colony. . No Tender will be taken into consideration unless thu terniB of the uotloe aro Btriotly compiled with. ïne lî ovum m cut does not binti itself to accept tho lowest or any touter. "Nature of "Works and Snpplies. Dato at which Ten ders can bo received nt this O/ilce. Supply of Coal at Bowenfels Station Reconstruction of Queen's Wharf Morpoth. Addition? to Court House, Cassills. Supply of a Steam Tug. ll o'clock a.m. Tuesday, 2.1th ?January._ ll o'clock a.m. on Tuesday, 1st Februury. ll o'clock on Tues day, 16th Febru ary JOHN SUTHERLAND. T HEATH B ROYAL ADELPHI. Uiidet tho Direction of Miss llosa Cooper, .¡i.. . Enormous Success of the Adelphi Pantomime. Tho Dress Circle Ailed with tho ftlitc of Sydney. Hundreds tu...

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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 15 January 1870

. ' G AUDEN AND FIELD CALENDER. . ÍCIXCHKN' GARDEN.-Very little sowing or transplanting eau be done, if tito weather continues hot and dry this month, but un the occurrence of seasonable rains, peas, beans, turnips, carrots (of the early born varioty), lettuce, parsnips, radish, parsley, and nil herbs : cauliflowers, brocoli, 4c, moy be sown for succession. Plant out cabbages and cauliflowers, taking carato select nono but strong plants. Plant out celery aud eschelots, the former in trenches, if water be available, care Doing taken to leave as m ach earth 113 possiblo about the roots. Early varieties of potatoes may. bo planted : pull np forward crops of keeping onions ; and stop shoot* of pumpkins, vege table marrow, melons, cucumbers, 4c. OBCOARD AND FRUIT GAHDEN.-Fruit trees may bo budded In a week or two, but a partial thinning of superfluous shoots may bc given with the pruning knife to soma varieties. Hub off lateral branches of the vine, so as to give the fruit air and tau to...

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Calender for the Week. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 15 January 1870

, Calender for the Week. ? JANUARY.' ¿Coon's Flrst'Quarter full Moon' .. ». n. M. 10 7 7 A.M. IS 12 CO " Day» of the Week. ,Sunday .. Monday.. Tuesday.. "Wednesday Thursday Friday .. Saturday AT 8YDNEY. Rises. H. 31. 5 7 5 ll S ll

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RECOVERY OF A METEORIC STONE IN GEORGIA. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 15 January 1870

RECOVERY OF A METEORIC STONE IN ' GEORGIA. We have heretofore copied statements concerning, the appearance and explosion of a large meteor in Stewart County, followed by the fall of a number of meteoric stones. Yesterday we were favoured with one of these stones, which fell in the yard of Mr. E. Barlow, about eleven mdes south-west of Lumpkin. It feU within six feot of two negro girls, and buried itself in the ground to tho depth of about eight inches. The fall was preceded by a loud explosion and a rumbling.noise. The stone sent us is about as large as a medium sized apple, but is nearer square thaitjrp.und. It is quite heavy for its size, and is enorunted' with a black coat as tldck ns an eggshell, which was evidently formed while the stone was in a state of combustion during its pass age through our atmosphere In colour and grain this stone looks like an amalgam of granite and marble not so coarse &s the former, nor as white or fine grained as the latter.-Colombo Inquirer...

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A MOTHER'S LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 15 January 1870

A MOTHER'S LOVE. A few nights since, us the night express on tho Now York Central Road was near Amsterdam, a baby, who was locking out of an open window, gave a spring, and iu au instant fed from its mother's arms to the ground. Tho affrighted mother, without a thought of the danger, rushed to the door, and leaped from the train. As soon as ijossiblo the oars were stopped and backed to tho spot, where every one expected to learn of tho fatal in jury of both mother and child. But, strange to say neither was hurt, except that the baby had a slight bruise on the sido of the head. The mother stated that as she saw the child go out of the window her only " thought was that she " wanted the baby. "

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A NEWSPAPER RUFFIAN COWHIDED. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 15 January 1870

A NEWSPAPER RUFFIAN COWHIDED.. Washington, October 29th.-Lorenzo Little/ton Crounse, thc chief of the New York Times Bureau of Correspondence in this city, was publicly cowhided this morning in front of his office on Fourteenth.-tr,treot, opposite Willard's, by Harry Marston, Esq.,. o'f New York city, late Deputy Collector of Internal E evcnue in the Sixth New York District. The castigation was laid on without any reservation whatever, and the affair ia the talk of the capital. The offence was most heinous, being uot.hing less than a vindictive assault in the columns of. fdic 'Times, of the 23rd of last August, in a letter fr-oD.i Saratoga, written by Crounse, and signed "Gy.-nv.rn," in the course of which a coarse, unrnovokrid, and grossly ungentlemanly series of references wore made to the wife of the gentleman w'no to-day cow hided the correspondent. The \ndy was referred to m partioular and unmistakeable terms as "Anonyma" and ns a " lobbyess," such -assertions being a wanton sl...

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A DELIBERATE SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 15 January 1870

A DELIBERATE SUICIDE. ' In New York, an unknown man, while walking hurriedly down Twenty-second street towards the liver, accosted a small boy and gave him five cents to go to tho nearest police station and inform tho officer in command that a man had committed suicide by jumping overboard from tho ¡lier at the foot of that street. The boy went to the Eighteenth Precinct Police Station, and gavo tho message as he had been directed, and an officer was as once despatched to investigate the_ matter. On inquiry the officer learned that the deceased was seen to go down to the end of the pier, take off his hat, coat, and a comforter, which lie wore about his neck, which he laid down on the wharf. He then took his pocketbook from his pocket, and, placing it beside his clothing, plunged overboard. Efforts were made to rescue him, but without avail. The remains were iiubsequently recovered. The deceased was a middle aged man, apparently a German, and was quite res pectably attired.

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