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Sydney Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870

Sydney Markets. Butcher's Meat-Beef, per lb., l.}d to 2ld, mut íon o1^,*0^*» P°rk 5<J. veal 3Ad, lamb, per quar ter 2s 6d. Poultry -Fowls, per couple 3s'6d to 4», ducks 3s to 4s, geese 5s to 6s, turkeys 8s to 14«. pigeons ls 6d, rabbits per pair 2s 6d to 3s; roasting pigs, each, 5s to 6s. Dairy produce-Butter, per lb., 9d, cheese 4d, bacon 6d to 7d, laid 5d ; eggs, per dozen, ls 4d. Vegetables-Potatoes, per owt, 3s to 4s, onions es to 10s, cabbages, Der dozen 2s to 6s, lettuces ls to ls 6d, pumpkins, 3s to 6s, marrows 2s to 3s, ououmbers 2s to 3B, turnips per dozen bundies, 2s to 3s, carrots ls J6d to 2s, parsnips ls 6d to 2s, beetroot 3s to 6s, léeles 3s to 4s, rhubarb 2s to 3s, celery 6s to 9s, grew. peas, per bushel, 8s to 10s, French beans 3s to «. Fruit-Oranges, per caso, 4s to 5s, lemons 4s to os, apples 4s, pears 2s to 3s, peaches 3s to 4s, quinces M to 4s 6d, pineapples, per dozen 4s to 8s, water-melons 2s to 4s, rock 2s to 4s, figs 2d to 3d, bananas 4d toed grape...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stock and Share Market. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870

Stock and Share Market. WE have very little business to report in the stock and share market this week, investors being disinolhied to meet the views of sellers, especially with reference to bank stook. BANKS.-Commercials close at L56, Citys at LU 15i and Joint Stocks at L8 17s 6d. New South "Walei have been quoted at LH9 and L'3910s ; New Zealand, L16 15s. STEAM.-There is nothing doing. There have been one or twojinquiries for Australasian, which will pron, ably result in sales. Clarence and Richmond (old) are quoted at L3 12s 6d c. d. INSURANCE,-No important ^ sales have been made, though several fair parcels are in the market. MISCELLANEOUS.-New Gaslight have been sold at L8 2s 6d, with an upward tendency. DEBENTURES are unaltered, and no important parieh have been offered. Quotations remain the same as hat COMPANIES. BANKS. £ Australasia .. .. 1,200,000 Commercial .. 400,000 City . 200,000 English, Scottish, and AustraUan .. .. 600,000 Joint Stock .. .. 484,656 London Chartered ...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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A Wonderful Skull. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870

A Wonderrai ; Skull, NEARLY twenty years ago the medical journals of ti. world recorded a most singular case of a labourer ?' Cavendish, United States, who, while engaged in bLf ing, had a tamping iron blown ontirely throueh.h\. head, but who actually recovered within sixty davT Such a surprising and unprecedented reirali at tho time of its announcement was generally dii believed, and provoked great discussion, many eminent .surgeons pronounoiner it a physical impossibility . but the subsequent public exhibition of tho mdividual'hia soif convinced the most sceptical, and verified the first report of Dr. John M. Harlow, the attending surgeon who published the case. At a very recent meeting of tha Massachusetts Medical Society, this gentleman read a paper, giving a history of tho case, and presented io that body tho veritable skull which sustained the injury. The accident occured on September 13th, 1848 and was caused by the tamping iron striking fire*from the rook, exploding the powd...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE. Thursday, 2 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870

MELBOURNE. Thursday, 2 D.m. Tho Larnax, from Mauritius, tringa advicestothe 22nd February. The market is firmer. 'Wh¡t8 crystals have been freely shipped for the English market. Loading-For Melbourne: Alma, and Glendower. For Sydney : Henrietta (for the Sugar Company), Ziska. Thursday, 2.30 p.m. Maize is firmer owing to the rain in New South Wales. *" There is now no doubt that a dissolution will he granted by his Excellency. The majority against the Government has caused some surprise. Mr. M'Kean has been severely taken to task by most of the country press over the Wilson v. Caps charges. Mr. William Meikle has been appointed overseer of the railway workshops. The opera of " Maritana" drew a crammed house at the Theatre Royal, last night. The Warrenhip Distillery Company's last half year's report shows a loss on their transactions for that period of £3400. Mr. and MrB. Matthews were entertained at a dinner at the Athenoum last night ; the room mi crowded. Thursday, 6 p.m. It was an...

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BELFAST. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870

BELFAST. Thursday, Father Paile, who has heen long ill, died on Tues day night, and is to he interred in Tower Hill Cemetery on Friday. The Attorney-General has declined to file a bill against Mr. Fawcett, police magistrate, for the alleged manslaughter of Colin Campbell, at Casino. IMPORTED BOLLS.-There are now on vie* al Messrs. Dawson and Co.'s, 246, Pitt-street, two of the finest bulls ever imported into New South Wal«. Tho bulls are the property of Richard Eng, Esq., of Barraba, (who brought them out in the Hawkesbury, from London), and would well repay the trouble of inspection. The elder one is oalled Theodore, and ii by Heir of York, from "Vivian, by Admiral; Heir of York, by seventh Duke of York, from Holibvuy, by Douglass.-Herd Book, 21,915. Théodore was caked 18th August, 1867. The young bull is called Cotherstone, and was calved 10th August, 1868. He was bred by Mr. E. Lythall, Radford Hall, and is by Lord of the Isles (20,206), from Stella second, by the Champion (17,09...

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MEN OF THE AGE. A SEBILES0 OF BIOGRAPHIES OF EMINENT PERSONAGES WHITTEN EXPRESSLY FOR THIS JOUNAL. Lord Macaulay. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870

MEN OF THE AGE. rt« fí* BIOGRAPHIES OP EMINENT PERSONAGES IB WHITTEN EXPBESSLT FOB THIS JÓUBNAII. I Lord Macaulay. jj? the early part of this century, -when a new impulse of philahtrophy began to array the noblest minds in Europe in opposition to the traditional evils of war, jlavery, despotism, and sanguinary penal law» there ^associated with Bentham, "Wilberforce, Clarkson, Brougham, Romilly, and M'Intosh, in the van of the humane enterprise of the age, a West Indianmerchant, byname Zacchary Macaulay, son of the Rev. John Macaulay, a Presbyterian minister in the West of Scotland- Preferring the causo of human freedom to jelfish aggrandisement, this West Indian merchant entered with intense ardour into the efforts made for (he suppression of the slave-trade and the extinction of slavery. And, like tho first William Pitt, he trained for public lifo a son whose pre-eminent intel lectual attainments won additional renown for the nnmo that his fathor's virtues had encompassed with hono...

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Jottings by the Way. [FROM OUR TRAVELLING REPORTER.] ALBURY TO WAGGA WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870

Jottings by the Way. [FROM OUR TRAVELLING REPORTER.] ALBURY TO WAGGA WAGGA. HAVING given my Bucephalus a fortnight's spell in a river paddock while I did tho work for both, I thought it was time to tum north again ; so bid ding adieu to Mrs.JKingfrnd " Tho Roso," I took tho Gerogcry-road to Wagga Wagga, crossing the oastorn foot of tho Black Range at four miles, and roaching Mr. Watson's Gerogery station at twenty milos, over a capital travelling country. Some selections occur by tho way, and two colonial wine shops. At Gorogory Mr. and Mrs. Watson were away, but Miss Mary Watson, a young lady of nine summers, was a host in horsolf, and posted mo up in tho geography^ and topography of tho neighbour hood in fivo minutos. Six miles further is ( O, rara aviB in tho district !) a spring beside tho road, and ono and a-half mile on I encountered a young man in the last stago of exhaustion. Ho stated slowly that he had been look ing a night and a day for his mare, and had seen no water any...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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THE GRAZIER. Breeding for Exportation. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870

THE GRAZIER. Breeding for Exportation.. THE praiseworthy activity displayed by the home agents for prosorved meats, ought to meet with some acknowledgment from tho Australian public. The call for preserved meat is daily increasing, and almost all nations now anxiously ask " what means can be adopted for feeding our lower millions i" Fortunately an answer has been givon in the name of the Australian squatters ; and it is for us to seo that wo do not recode from tho advance TO havo made towards establishing an export trade in preserved moat. Dinners for a penny or at most three pence per pound, were at ono timo regarded as impossible in .England ; but now that they are an accomplished fact, we need not stay one moment longer pondering on tho best moans of transmission abroad-the inventivo genius of our proservers has Bottled that point. We havo but little over 1,500,000 of cattle in our colony just now, and' something bike 17,000,000 of sheep, so that we have not a great deal to get r...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Way to Blanket Horses. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870

The Way to Blanket Horses. BUT few persons comparatively understand how to apply a blanket to a borso to prevent him from con tracting a cold. "We frequently see tho blanket foldod double across tho animal's back, loaving thoso parts of tho body which need protection ontircly exposed to tho cold. Thoso parts of the body of a horso which surround tho lungs require tho benefit of a blanket, in preference to tho flanks and rump. When wo aro exposed to a current of cold air, to guard against any injury from contracting cold, wo shield our shoulders, nock, chest, and back. If thoso parts bo protected, tho lowor part of tho body will endure a dogrco of cold far moro intense, without any injury to tho body, than if tho lungs wore not kept warm with suitablo covering. Tho same thing holds good in tho protection of horses. The blanket should cover tho neck, withers, and shoulders, and bo brought around tho breast and buttoned or buckled together as closely as a man buttons his overcoat whon ...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870

?rrr S. RESPECTFULLY solioits the YY . attention of Gentlemen to his largo and carefully ¿led stock of new and fashionable goods, just to hand, ^-nriilntr Smith's Loudon Made Eureka Shirts, 6s. Od. EACH, or 38s. THE HALF-DOZEN. The best Value in tho Trado. SMITH'S PEINTED CAMBRIC SHIRTS, m the most fasionable stylos. nriTH'S SILK, SILK MIXTURES, and ALL-AVOOL m 7 SHIRTS. VICHT SHIRTS READY FOR USE JOYS' and YOUTHS' SHIRTS, all sizes. ITVDEKSHIRTS and DRAWERS SPPEBIOR HOSIERY UME3' and GENTLEMEN'S First Choice JOSEPHINE KID GLOVES. Also, mite Scarfs, Ties, Collars, Handkerchiefs, Braces, Belts Turbans, Wristbands. THE NEW STRIPED REFORM FRONTS, with wristbands to match. PERFUMERY and TOILET REQUISITES, Parses, Portemonnaies, Tourist Cases, &e. THE VELOCIPEDE HANDKERCHIEF, ls Ud EACH, or 3 for ia. DERBY DUST COATS LIGHT SUMMER OVERCOATS ¡HNVER-PROOF OVERCOATS blERPBOOF CLOTHING. «.Bib NAGASAKI UMBRELLA, 21s «.Bib ditto ditto, 22s 6d iiperior ditto ditto, 25s. NOW OPEN, EX GLEN...

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Facetise. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870

Facetise. "FIGUBES can't lie," Bays the arithmetician,-"You can't say that of women's figures in these days," respond the slanderous dressmakers. _ AN ignorant man who " stands upon his dignity, " is like the fellow who tried to elevate himself by standing on a piece of brown paper. "COME out here and I'll lick the whole of you," said an urchin to some sticks of peppermint in a confec tioner's window. A DRUGGIST has this oheerful invitation in his show window :-" Come in and get twelve emetics for one shining." A GENTLEMAN who was in arrears for several weeks' board and lodging, complained one morning that his coffee was not settled.-"You had botter settle for tho coffee and then complain," said tue landlady. SWIFT proposed to put a tax on female.beauty, ándi to leave every lady to rate her own charms. Ho said the tax would be cheerfully paid, and would be very productive. BEAU AND BOW.-A young lady was aUghting from an omnibus, when a ribbon foll fromdier bonnet.-"You have left you...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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An Incident in Sydney Life. Romantic, but True. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870

An Incident in Sydney Life. Bomantio, but True. ALMOST every settler in the saccharine districts of the Northern rivers-from the Manning to the Brisbane has had some acquaintance with the gay, insinuating, and affable gentleman who calls himself the Baron de Grammont, and claims to be the representative of one of the oldest and most patrician families in France, the warlike and immortal deeds of whose ancestors have been chronicled by Froissart, and recounted by every historian and many novelists, down to Alexandre Dumas and Victor Hugo. The baron, in early life, sought the torrid clune of Bourbon wherein to venti late his chivalry and to gain a praotical acquaintance with tho mysteries of sugar-boiling, which, having accomplished, ho was wafted by favoring breezes to the now world of Australia. At the Hastings, the Macleay, and the Clarence, he soon become famous none BO daring or so skilful in the heated atmosphere of the boiling-house - so profound in chemical knowledge, or so re...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Rev. H. W. Beecher on Love, Marriage, and Divorce. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870

Rev. H. W. Beecher on Love, Marriage, and Divorce. THE Boston Advertiser says of Mr. Beecher's lecture in the Old Bay State Course, in Boston, on Thursday even ing, that it was given to an audience crowding the Music Hui to its utmost capacity, and that "the discourse was admirable, both in regard to depth of thought and sentiment, to its wealth of graceful and apt imagery, and from the many-sidedness with which it was treated." We select a few passages : The leoturer began by saying that he was sorry for any man to whose ear there was any sweeter word than that of "Home. " His must have been a «ad history to whom its sound had no music. After a few feeling allusions to the inexpressible attractions of home, he ?aid that the secret of its tender memories was to bo found only in the divine nature of that love whose seed WOB planted in childhood, and whose growth was the tree of life. Notwithstanding the universal grace and witohing beauty attending the dawn of early love, yet this ve...

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District of Wagga Wagga. [BY OUR TRAVELLING REPORTER]. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870

District of Wagga Wagga. [«Y OUR TIIA.VELI1INO llEPOllTEIt]. THE reefing country that encircles Wagga Wagga on the east and north, in fact around all the northern juif of the compass, varies in distance from thirty to eighty miles ; tho principal places proved auriferous being Eurongilly, Morris's, Junee, Sebastopol, ? gi" Homeward Bound, Cowabee, and Boree. EURONGILLY. Eurongilly hos east of Wagga Wagga, by ny of Wantabadgery (mind tho turn at nineteen miles from Wagga), about thirty-two miles, and twenty-six miles from Gundagai. The alluvial ground hore is a thing of the past. Jour leads have been worked from three to four vears ago, and head from either side a spur which Seems to abound in auriferous stone. The names of the leads are-Duffer Gully, Spencer's, the Hope, and Puddlors' Leads. The first runs about north and south, and between it and the auriferous spur runs a strong reef from two to four feet thick, nearly «irfïrail. whichcanbo traced for mileR. horn n-nA fh«T> sta...

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JUNEE—WALLETT'S REEF. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870

JTJNEE-WALLÊTT'S BEEP. I North Junee, or the Junee Reefs, lies ten miles íorth of the township of Junee, which township with ts post-office consists of an hotel and surrounding enees. The reofs are thirty-five miles north-east of Wagga, and five miles from tho Perseverance. " iVallett's Reef runs in tho way aB you como from ! Morris's, and is on one side of a gentle rise, while Junee is on tho other. His prospecting claim is 1 wolve men's ground held by six. The reef ia largo, : neasuring between two feet and nino foot thiele, and : n ono place, where throe feet of rubble divides it, iwolve feet. Threo crushings of 400 tons total, gave m: average of twenty-seven dwt. to tho ton._ On heso reefs two sorts of stone are stacked, a highly : erruginous black stone which averages two oz. but i lichens the mercury; and a clear silicious quartz vhich helps the amalgamation, but lowers tho uverage returns. No. 1 shaft East, reef four feet 1 hick, dipping to tho south at an angle of forty-five...

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THE DOCTOR'S REEF [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870

THE DOCTOR'S REEF is near the site of Mr. Eisenstaidter's new mill on the Brickkiln dam, ono milo from Kirkpatrick's. There are fiye claims afc work, three of them being leases, riz., Kirkpatrick's two acres, the I Doctor's three acres, and Eisenstaidter's five acres. This reef, tried twelve months ago/produced 23dwt.' to the ton from Doctor's claim. Mr.D. Eisenstoidter has got a sito for a dam ; and mill ; hut I understand tho matter is in disputo with a neighbouring squatter, and that the Chiot Commis sioner for tho Southern Gold-fiolds has gone to settle it. It is proposed to erect a mill of throo batteries of fivo-head each, at the cost of a local company, to crush for certain companies. Stone is being held back hy these companies until tho new mill is com pleted, because (and I say this with groat reluctance) thoy havo not sufficient faith in Mr. Kirkpatrick's tables. Perhaps he will take tho hint and rectify this, if his tables lose gold. Mr. Eisonstaidtor in this now mill giv...

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HOMEWARD BOUND, COMBANNING, [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870

HOMEWARD BOUND, COMBANNING, about ten miles from Junee, a north-west and south east reef, dipping to tho south-west, two feet fivo inches thick and two feet thick at 130 feet down-tho bed rock being mixed sandstone and slate. Tho next is tho Homeward Bound, which has a shaft 110 feet down; dip as before. Sixty tons crushed went ono and a-half ounce to the ton. Middling stone to crush abounding in pyrites and black oxide. Tho third and last claim on this lino is tho Golden Bar, which is tho senior claim, and was taken up by E. Barsley, 11th November, 1869. Tho roof varies from ono to two feet thick, and has been followed from the surface eighty feet down ; but no stone has been crushed as yet. Tho stono of this roof is a perfect picture to look at ; inimitably shaded and coloured with iron oxides and pyrites, nickel, arnsen cnl pyrites, galena, copper carbonates, silver sulphurets, and is excellent crushing stone. This reef is not continuous, but has been shaken by subsequent convuls...

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SEBASTOPOL HILL, [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870

SEBASTOPOL HILL, is also about ten miles from Junco to tho north west, and a milo and a-half from the Homeward Bound Reef. A large dam of Mr. Kirkpatrick's lies midway between tho two, tho intended sito of a future mill, which will be well placed to crush the stone from both. The Morning Star line of reef runs north and south, and is occupied by a lease and three ordinary claims. Tlie Morning Star Quartz Mining Company's claim, formerly Ryan and Heffernan's, is a lease of four acres, and is mostly in tho hands of Grenfell men. Tho company is in ten shares, four of which aro held by tho brothers Rich, and tenths havo changed hands since November last, at £900 to £850 and £750. Tho claim extends 200 yards along the reef, which is here four feet wide, and dips at an anglo of 15 degrees to the west; at sixty feet it is five feet wide, and the gold increases with the increase of stone. 700 tons of stone have been crushed with an average of sixteen dwt, and tho blanketings . being reserve...

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COWABEE, OR PIKE'S REEF. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870

! COWABEE, OE. PIKE'S HEEP. i This reef, which made such a stir in tho raining world, ia sixty milos from "Wagga Wagga and twenty-five from' "tho River." Pike dis covered it four feet to fivo feet thick, and tried to -work it alone. Tried at Adelong, it wont 7 oz. to tho ton. Mr. J. D. Fennell then took a tenth sharo and oroctod a little battery of four stomps. Mr. A. Rodgers, j of Ballaarat undertook tho man agement, and leases were taken up sine limine north and south. No reef, however,, could ho discovered in Np. 1 north, an ordinary claim ; but in tho adjoining claim but ono (a five-aero loase north), Mr. Fennoll started men to prospect and, and at thirty feet down they carno upon the Sandstono Reef (which is auri ferous slate) and sinking to sovonty foot, found it rich. A salo was then projected to Messrs. Manton, through tho agency of Mr. Armstrong of Wagga Wagga; a coinpuny to ho formed to work tho reef, with a capital of £26,000. A small samplo tried in Sydney by Messrs. Man...

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BOREE [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870

BOREE is a reef in tho neighbourhood of Naranderra. It was discovered by a stockman who found a mass of quartz studded with what ho rightly conceived to be gold. Ho concealed it two years, after which it was . tried in Melbourne and returned seventeen oz. A company was formed with a small capital-small capital resulted in bad machinery-tho company collapsed, and the mine is idlo. I have to thank Messrs. Greon and Armstrong ; Messrs. Brown, Eisonstaidtor, and Kirkpatrick; Messrs. Hanson, Rich and others, for their valuable assistance and information, and I bog thom to under stand that though I have neither time, space, nor inclination to pass extravagant compliments, I am nono the less indebted to their aid. March 23rd, 1870.

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