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SECOND DAY—TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870
; : ' SECOND DAT-TUESDAY. : The Publicans' Purse (handicap) of 25 sor, with a sweep of 2 sov caoh for the second horse j twice round. Mr P Power's b g Gladiator, aged, 8st 21b (lt. Davis) .. 1 ' G. Matthcws's b ii Surbiton, 3 yrs, Sst 01b (Martineer).. 2 J. T. Tindale's g m Silvorstain, 4yrs, Sst 111b.. .. 8 B, Bead's eli li Mickey Free, aged, 8st 81b .. .. 0 , j. Ford's blk g Tho Moor, aged, 8st 121b .. ..dr. ? i The Distriot Purse of 15 sov, with a sweep of 1 sov ? eaoh for the second horse; once round and a distance. Mr. Jas. Fitzpatrick's b g Kingfisher, aged (W. George) 1 A. "West's b g Colonel, «ged.. ,. .. .,2 J. Fagan's gr g Atlas, 0 yrs .. .. ' .. ., 8 Ewen's Wk g Cossack, aged .. .. ., 0 The Beefers' Purse '(handicap) of 15 sov, with a sweep of 1 sov for tho second horse ; IA milo. Mr. G. Matthews's br m Lady Cassandra, 3 yrs, 7st 21b (Fogarty) .. .. .. .. j J. T. Tfndole's gm Silvorstain, 4yrs, Sst 01b .. .. 2 P. Powor's b g Gladiator, aged, 8st 121b .. .. 3 And three oth...
THIRD DAY, APRIL 29. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870
THIBD DAY, APRIL 29. The All-Aged Stakes of 10 sovereigns each h. ft., ?with 100 sovereigns added ., 1 mile. 6 subs. st. lb. Mr. J. Tait's b c Ida colt, 3 yrs .. .. 7 13 -b f Florance, 2yrs .. ..6 7 A. Town's br c Sir "William, 4 yrs .. .. 8 12 Leo's blk o Barbarian, 3 yrs .. .. 7 13 DeMcstro's b h Tim Whiffler, aged .. ..0 4 Keighran's b f Kestrel, 3 yrs. .. ., 7 ll The Free Handicap of 4 sovereigns each h. ft., or 1 sovereign only if declared by the 16th April, with 50 sovereigns added, for all horses ; 1.-} mile. 29 subs. Mr. A. Thompson's b m Tho Duchess, 5 yrs T. Ivory's b c The Drono, 4 yrs -b h Marquis, 5 yrs -ch f Fancy, 4 yrs S. Bradbury's br f Al, 4 yrs A. Campbell's ch m Stranger, aged G. Forrester's b h Seducer, aged Chaafe ns ch c Bawden, 4 yrs "Winch's br g Tho Dano, 4 yrs -gr g Greedy Greek, 5 yrs -br g Plot, 4 yrs G. Adams's ch o Trump Card, i yrs L. Uhde's gr e Kaiser, 4 yrs C. H. Roberts ns b h Tippler, aged J. Miller's br g Uabba, aged J. Tait's ch h f yrrlms the ...
FOURTH DAY.—APRIL, 30. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870
FOUKTH DAY.-Aran, 30. Tho Rous Handicap of 10 sovereigns each, half forfeit or entrance fee only for non-acceptors, with 100 BOVB reigns added, for three years ; 1 mile and three fur longs, ll subs. iur* Mr. T. Leo's br f Alpaca Forrester's ch f Moselle M'Quade's b f Juanita Dino's b o Croydon -b f Paradiso Tait's b e Ida colt -eli c Dctentivo Lee's blk c Barbarian -b c Tho Fop P. Keighran's u f Kestrel A. Saimi's br c Misty Morn. Tho Randwick Handicap of 9 sovereigns each, half for. feit, or entrance fee only if declared by the 16th April* with 90 sovereigns added, for all horses ; mile. 18 subs. Mr. A. Thompson's ch f Rosebud, 4 yrs T. Ivory's b c Tho Drone, aged -gr g Grey Mounts, 6 yrs S. Bradbury's br f Al, 4 yrs . Chaafe ns eli c Bawden, 4 yrs ?Winch's br g T>ie Dane, 4 yrs G. Adams's ch g Trump Card, 4 yrs JJ. TJhde's gr g Kaiser, 4 yrs J. Tail's ch c Tho Karl, 4 yrs A. Town's br c Sir William, 4 yrs -b m Carnation, 5 yrs Leo's ch f Barb' He, 4 yrs -b c Tile Fop, 3 yrs Do ...
FLOWER GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870
FLOWER GARDEN. Plant différant kinds of bulbs, such as tulips, &o. Flower ing shrubs and herbaceous plants may bo propagated and transplanted. When tonder plants have to bo removed, keep os much earth about tho roots as possible Pot plants are considered the best kind of stock to commence tho season's planting, next follows a variety of evergreens. Remove all suckers from the roots and sterns of budded roses. Carnations &c, may still bo pipped and struck, from cuttings in pre ference to layering. Pot hyacinths in "good rich soil in six inch pots. This is a good month for making edges round borders. Box. lavonder, thyme, soa pinks, &c, make very nico odglng ; but when these cannot be carried out in sufficient quantities, a good border of turf looks very well, but it must always bo kept vory clean and well trimmed After tho past rains tho consequences of imperfect drainago will be apparent wherever it exists.
ORCHARD AND FRUIT GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870
ORCHARD AND FRUIT GARDEN. , , _ , Torsevoro in working all soil of a heavy character, and attond to draining where requisite. Gather all ripe fruit, and store at once. Plant raspberry, gooseberry, strawberry, currants, almonds and plums. Give raspberries a careful pruning, tak ing mit all oldSterns. This ls tho best month, i the weather is at all favourable, for planting out the orango tribe. Fruit pips and stones should now bo sown for raising stocks.
THE KITCHEN GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870
THE KITCHEN GARDEN. ii_in... «ii «MAMAtinliul m*/Minii ahnnlfl I As soon as the weather Bettles, all unoccupied ground snovua bo turned up by rough digging and trenching-regulatlng these operations according to tho nature of tho soil and tho character of tho preceding and contemplated crops. Seize tho earliest opportunity of mild weather to dress out all your boas, thinning out carrots, turnips parsnips &c. Sow a crop of peas and beans, choosing established early varieties. Sow and transplant lettuce, cabbage, cauliBowor, and brocoli. Plant culinary herbs. Earth up celery ns required, onions, radishes turnips, potato onions garlick and shalots may be also sown Prepare ground by heavy manuring, and trench ing for fresh plantations of rhubarb and sea-ka le, and remom hnïthat tho trround for them can hardly bo made too rich.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870
*#* Communications from Secretaries of Race Meet ings, Cricketing. Yachting, and any other Associations are respectfully invited. Wc would feel obliged if Secretaries of Rtfle Clubs, companies, and batteries, would favour tts ivith particulars of scores, or any matttr relating to the Volunteer force, and shall be most happy to give insertion to such.
BRAIDWOOD AND QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870
BRAIDWOOD AND QUEANBEYAN. fäSTlio long period of wot weather has culminated in a llood at Braidwood. On Sunday night a strong wind arose, and for a time it appeared ns if tho rain was going to bo driven away, but on Monday morning tho hopes which were raised tho night beforo in this respect wore speedily blighted. Tho wind had veoted round to tho south, and tho driving rain carno down fast and furious, and continued during tho wholo day without tile slightest cessation. It soon became apparent that a heavy Hood would bo tho result. Thc creeks began to riso rapidly,, and by the middle of tho day tiley wore so many roaring tor-; rents. Tho crooks on both sides of tho town became broad,' expansivo shcots of water. At 10 o'clock at night tho bridge over tho creek at tho northern end of tho town became sub-1 merged. Tho floor of tho bridge was a foot under water, and tho approaches for a considerable distance on eacli sido wore' covered with water. On Tuosday morning, tho Dispatch furthe...
SHOALHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870
SHOALHAVEN. Tho following oxtraotB from n lotter addressed to Mr. T. Garrott, M.P., by n. settlor at Shoalhaven, have boon handed to ns (or publication : Pyrco, March 23,1870. It is with much regret I inform you that wo havo passed through another trial, und wo Imvo boon cast in very heavy clnmngos-tho greatest by mr flint wo Imvo siilforocl as yet (the Inst, I pray to God, I shall havo ovor to suffer in Shoalhavouj As far as I cnn Jenni, tho ri vor broke over about 1 o'clock p. m. yesterday (Tuosday). Tho flood roached its highest about 5 o'clock p.m. at Torrara ; with us at Pyree, nt twenty minutes past 2 a.m. At that hour we were surrounded with n porfoctsoa. At n quartor-past 3 a. m. It lind fallen not quite il quarter of an inch ; at 1 a.m. it was down seven inches. Tho mailman tried to tako the mali from horjo to Nowra, but when ho got to Jindynndio, thoy found that all tho fonces as fur na'they could soo was covered with wntor ; the only thing to show that it was not a natura...
Country News. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870
Country News. (PROM OVR CORRESPONDENTS.) KIAMA. Du ni Na tho past week wo have been visited with one of tin most disastrous galos wo havo over witnessed. For tho pas1 month thero han not beon twenty-four hours without rain On Friday, March 18, tho rain recommenced, and continuée' with very little intermission till Saturday, when it cleared nj n Httlo. On Saturday night tho wind changed to tho south and tho r in commenced with redoubled fury. It continued pouring from .Sundi}' morning till about 3 o'clock on Tuesday morning;. During this time tho wind was a perfect hurricane, and, as a natural consequence, tho sea rose to a great height, On Sunday a heavy sea was rolling in, and it was feared thal tho wharf would be carried away. As It is, the wharf lias been considerably shaken, tho water making a breach com pletely over it. Tho statics aro torn up all around, and covored with seaweed nnd rubbish. Tho iloorlng of tho store was carried away, but tho building remained firm. The whole ...
MORUYA. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870
MORUYA. Our district, reports tho Moruya Telegraph, of tho 23rd March, has again been visited by a heavy and destructive flood. Tho river is now at the height of tho great Hood of 1SG0, and is still rising. During tho day largo logs, water wheels (from Mudmelong diggings), pumpkins, and cornstalks have boen sweeping dorm tho river. Tho fcrtilo Hats sur rounding tho town being now wholly submerged, soveral families resident there havo already sought refugo in town. Communication with Kiora, Bodalla, Mullondcrree, and Ber galia is impossible
Cricket. MATCHES TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870
Cricket, MATCHES TO-DAY. Albert 1st v. University (continued), on Albert Ground . Albert 2nd v. Teachers' Club. 1st yictoria v. Alfreds, Parramatta. '' THOUGH the word " crioket" stands, as usual, at the head of my communication, your readers must be con tent to have next to none of it this week. ' Yet have I something to write about what has been, and what else is likely to be in the future. First, let me remark upon a practice that prevails too much among our cricketers, to the detriment of the game, and the destruction of grounds-I mean tho detemiination to play in wet weather, or so soon after ram that the surface of tho ground has not had time to harden sufficiently. By this suicidal arrangement the ground is cut up in one short afternoon more than it will recover from by the end of the season ; the bowling is completely spoiled, and the batsmen gain little or nothing by practising at it. I am far from designing to damp the ardour pf energetic, enthusiastic players, but if thes...
Glen Innes Races. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870
Glen Innes Races. Those races have teen on during tho week, and by telegraph we have tho following results : Maiden Plate, 9 horses started-P. \V. Anderson's Cyclone, 1 ; W. Vivers' Beeswing:, 2. Town Plato, 4 horses started, 3 miles-John Wood's Slow Boy, 1; Alexander Rodgers's Music, 2. In tho third round Holdfast, whilst leading, fell disabled. Hack Selling Stakes, heats, 6 horses started-John Ross's Harry Brown, 2, 1, 1 ; John Woods's Taurus, 1, 2, 2. Trial Stakes-P. M'Innes's Jenny, 1 ; W. Viver's Merrylogs, 2. Vivers's horse was carrying 4 stone over weight. Jenny won by a nock.
THIRD DAY—WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870
THIRD DAY-WEDNESDAY. Match, 25 sov asido ; ono mile and a distance. Mr. Fagan's gr g Atlas, by Spartan, 5 yrs, fist (F. Martineer) t Fitzpatrick's b g Kingfisher, aged, 0st21b(\V. George)., f A splendid race, ended in a dead heat, and the stakes were drawn. A Hack Eaco of £5, mile heats, was won at three heats by Kingfisher, beating four others. Handicap of 20 sov ; two miles. ' Mr. J. T. Tindalo's gr m Silvorstnin, 4 yrs, 7st 41b (Fogarty) 1 P. Power's b g Gladiator, aged, 7st 121b .. .. 2 J. Ford's ch g Advocate, 4 yrs, Cst 71b .. .'.'3 J. Ford's blkg Tho Moor, aged, Sst 121b G. Matthews'« b h Surbiton, 3 yrs, 6st 121b J. Glaiser's blue roan g Pacha, Cst 91b J. Fagan's g g Atlas, 0 yrs, üst 91b.
Wagga Wagga. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870
Wagga Wagga. (FROM OUR C0IIRE6EONDENT.) , Tho Porsoveranoo Quartz Crushing Company washoe!, np ono week's work on Saturday, and brought to town tiro result -lSOoz of gold-being rather more than an ounce por ton. The Inner "Roofs havo almost finished tho orootiou of a first class crushing machine, and will soon commonco operations. Weather wet. and the rlvor rising-is now seventeen feet above high lovel, and still rising. ; Free punt movement progressing favourably, tho inton I tion of tho principal promoters being to form a leaguo, for tho , purpose of giving strength to ropresent tho importance of . this question to tho Government, and bind themselves to assist in returning municipal officers who will advance tba . movement. i STORE SHEEP in demand, but scarce : STORE CATTLE also in demand, but not to be obtained, i Good buyers for fat stock, but no supply to hand.- 20th , March.
SOLUTION OF PROBLEM, NO. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870
SOLUTION OF PBOBLEM, NO. 4. "WHITE. BLACK. 1. B to K 4. ILK takes B. 2. Q to K 6 (mate) | If black Kt takes fe, or Kt to Q 5, white moves Kt to Q 3 (mate), but if black takes any other move, then Kt to K B 3 (mate). Correct solutions of No. 4 problem, have also been reoeivedfrom "P.O.D.," "F.J." and "Cosmo." COSMO'S solution of problem 3 was declared incorrect because White's second move (K P takes 2) waa an impossible one. Probably it was a clerical error on his part, and hence it was described as "incorrectas written." Cosmo's hint shall have attention.