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Mr. E. N. Emmett's Cylindrical Sluicing Machine. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870

Mr. E. N. Emmett's Oylindrical Sluicing Machine. A GREAT deal of ingenuity has recently heen displayed in tho construction of improved maoMnery for extraot ing gold, and several descriptions of gold-washinf machinos, crushing machines, and sluicing machine! have been submitted for the inspection and approval oj those interested in the development and working of oui auriferous resources. AVe have had " Hunt's washing machine" and " Stephen's amalgamator" very recently before us, tho relative merits of which have been amply discussed, and their advantages and defects fully pointed out. Both in their way have been considered admirably adapted for tho purposes to which they are intended to be applied ; and it is to be hoped that they will greatly asaist the labours of those whoso busi ness it is to search for gold, and so be productive of much largor returns, Thoro is now another claimant for the attention of gold-miners and gom-scekers) with regard to *ho machinery they requiro, in tho...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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Cargo and its Vicinity. [FROM OUT CORRESPONDENT] [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870

Cargo and its Vicinity. [l'llOM OUlt COKHESPONUENT ] IN October 18G8, Cargo was proclaimed a township, and a soparato gold-field] within tho Western district of the colony of Now South Walos. Cargo is also in a central position for agricultural and pastoral settlements, commanding largo areas of Crown lands extremely auriferous, fertile, and picturesque, and with a climate adaptable for^almost every kind of cereal and horbago. Tho town of Cargo is rathor shabby in appearance, but it is vory prettily situated and proximate to Warri Creek, the waters from which aro of the highest class both for domestic and gold-washing purposes. Tho township lies twelve miles to tho west of Mount Canoblas and tho forma tions are chiefly of tho granite series, metamorphic sandstone, and limestone strata. Cargo may be viewed from the top of the mount as the centro of a large crater whore Aquea gently played after the violent disturbances of her useful brother Ignea. These formations aro traversed by nu...

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

DUBBO. Wednesday. Mrs. John Wheatley, of Narrowowar, fifty miles beyond Dubbo, was struck dead hy lightning during the storm yesterday afternoon. Heavy and continuous rain. The streets are   flooded, and the River is fast rising. Mails late from the hoggy state of the roads. Stock news unimportant.

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

BIRTHS. On the 31st December, 1800, at her residence, York, England, the wife of T. G. Baillie, Esq., of a son. On the 19th March, at the residence of her mother, Liver— pool, New South Wales, Mrs. Clarence M. J Brown, of a son. On the 4th March, at Mount Selim, New England, the wife   of R. H. Watt, of a son. On the 20th March, at Carcoar, the wife of James Spark, M.D., of a daughter. On the 21st March, at her residence, Bukkulla, near Inverell, Mrs. Hugh Wyndham, of a son. On the 3rd March, at her residence, Osborne House, Wol— longong, the wife of Mr. Charles S. Smith, of a daughter. On the 7th March, at Tenterfield House, Tenterfield, Mrs. W. B Christian, of a daughter. On the 21st March, at Duckinfield Park, Mrs. John Eales, jun., of a son. On the 18th January, at Bullerawa, Namoi River, Mrs. Thomas G. Dangar, of a son.   On the 25th March, at the residence of Mrs. Bucknell, sen., the wife of A. W. Bucknell, Esq., of a son. MARRIAGES. On the 28th Febru...

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

NEWCASTLE. [ A CENTKNARIAN.-Tho rare occurrence of tho death of ali centenarian took plnuo in this city on Tuosday last. Tho j > deceased was tile mother-in-law of Wv. John Dalton of Perkins- j i street, and had attained the extraordinary »go of a hundred I I mid two yrnrs and four months, having boon born in tho year ' ¡ 1707. Up tu within a few months of her death Mm. Lyons was able to.walk about tho town with th© atd/0{ " .. . attended church regularly twice every Sabbath shn " na native of Ireland, but spent n good portion of her lmT»«?8,11 London, from which latter , place ? sh> ca^mo m,1/0 n Now South Wales only a little ovor Three Í to ago, being just ninoty-nino years of ago whim} iT sailed frrm England. Probably the deCea£d lady, was tho only person on record who ever sot mit T voyage of 10,000 miles when within twelve months of belT A hundred years old! Until very recently the recolWS faculties of tho deceased were remarkably good and tl«,.. In which she would talk o...

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Messrs. Manning and Staiger's Meat-Preserving Process. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870

Messrs. Manning and Staïger's Meat-Preserving Process. A MTJMBBR of influential merchant«, bankers, sheep and cattle station owners, and other» interested in the best system of meat-preserving, met on Thursday, at 1 o'clock, at Curvoisier's Hotel, George and King streets, tu partitke of luncheon com posed of meat preserved by Mr. James Manning's old process, and Messrs. Manning and Staiger's improved process, that had been opened on Wednesday, at Mort and Co.'s wool stores, Circular Quay, and pronounced to be in an excellent state of preservation. The luncheon, wholly composed of ihis muât, consisted of two descriptions of soup-one made of essence of beef, the other preserved beef. There were stewed beefsteaks, beefsteak pie, beefsteak pudding, and mutton cutlets. Steaks simply grilled, from a tin that had been pre served nearly twelve months, were considered, above all others, the test of tests, to prove ihe efficacy of the process. Thomas S. Mort, Esq., occupied tho chair ; H. Bei...

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Gossip of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870

Gossip of the Week. * "WHEN we penned our last week's gossip, there vas every apearance of the return of fine weather. These hopes were'ouly short-lived '; for hardly had the Syduev dust commenced to cloud our streets (and this doesn't take many hours) when down carno another deluge not a whit less overwhelming than the previous one. ' On Saturday and Sunday again the sun shone out with unusual power, but there was a peculiar feeling about the heat which betokened a further downfall. This commenoed on Sunday night, just as the good people were going home from church ; and then we had it with such violence as would have made any one suppose it was the first thunder shower after a twelve months' drought. Since then the rain has been almost incessant and the streets have been dreary, muddy, and miser able, and business at a stand-still. Under such circum stances, there is not much to talk about or to write about ; and even the Commercial Exchange fails to ooh leot its wonted crowd of c...

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TELEGRAMS. NEWCASTLE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870

. .NEWCASTLE. Saturday. ^ gators on the swamps between Newcastle and, : «which commenced to subside on Tuesday MÄ wograduallydraining <>* !' . matter of regret to state that tho railway lino ' 11 Tr»vhnm was lound, on inspection, to be much near fl»" repfura were promptly commenced by ^8g¡uUv department, arid the first train ran *? wn' East Maitland on Thursday, and the Sj &>beached High-street. " «Bl-iB-Btreet station,. West Maitland the iq still eight inches over the rails, but it is ^.nLl hv to-morrow it will have so far sub-' ffîùiï S evening train will be able to run trough. . .... ?

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

THDRSDAT. In reply to questions-Ministers stated that Mr. liobert Clarke Robinson was the coroner of "Wagga Wagga ; that it did not appear on the documents that he had been requested to go to Mittagong to hold an inquest on the body of Mrs. Rush, nor was there any record of his having refused. The inquest was held at the hospital, Wagga Wagga, and the verdict was accidental death. The Government had caused an inquiry to be made, and would take such steps as might appear necessary. Mrs. Rush died thirty-five miles away from Wagga Wagga-that the coroner could not go so far ; and that there were no magistrates in the neighbourhood. In answer to Mr. Bawden, the Colonial Secre tary stated that no official communication had been received from Casino as to the necessity of providing for the relief of sufferers by tho flood; butthebenoh of magistrates would be communicated with and requested to act in any existing emergency. The Treasury Bills Bill, 1870, authorizing the issue of Treasury b...

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Tuesday, MARCH 29. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870

Tintan A Y. MATCCH 29. Mr. JENNINGS askod the Secretary for Lands-1. How many runs wore declared forfeited in 18G8 and 1869? 2. What number of runs are there altogether vacant, and lying open for occupation ? 3. What is the approximate area of the unoccupied runs within colony ? . Mr. FORSTER replied-1. 234. 2. 279. 3. 14,600,000 acres. Mr. WEBB asked the Secretary for Public Works 1. When does the contract time for completing the railway works in section VIII, on the Western line, oxpire? 2. Does the Minister for Works consider that, at the present rate of progress, tho centractor will complete the works within the contract time ? 3. If the works are not completed within the contract time, . is it the intention of the Government to enforce tho penalty ? Mr. SUTHERLAND replied. 1. On tho 31st December, 1870. 2. The engineer-in-chief of railways reports that unless much greater progress is made than hitherto, tho contract cannot be completed within the prescribed timo. 3. It is the i...

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OFFICE OF PUBLICATION, 190 PITTSTREET, SYDNEY. Contents of this Issue. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870

^'OFFICE Or PUBLICATION, 190 PITT STKEET, SYDNEY. Contents of this Issue. Telegrams-Editorial Notes .. .. .. 3 farlismentary Proceedings-Gossip of the Week-Man ntojand Statger's Preserved Meats .. .. 3,4,5 Itrlcultural 'and Pastoral Items, Stock movements, &c. -Hanter Elver District : Great Distress among the . Settlers-Dubbo-Breeza .. .. .. .. ? lonatics-Pedestrianism-Volunteers .. .. 7 leading Article: Future Kailway Policy-Immigration Postscript .. .. .. .. ..8 Hen of the Age: Lord Macaulay (with portrait) .. & : Jottings by the Way : Albury to Wagga Wagga .. 10 Sdence-Invention-Construction : Strange News from th« Australian Skies-A. Wonderful Skull-The Natu ralist-Acclimatization .. .. 10, ll The Grader; Breeding for Exportation-The Way to Blanket Hones ' .. .. .. .. ll Ina CuMvatot : Beet root Sugar-A Convenient, Cheap, and Portable Pence (with diagram)-Concert of Action Among Farmers-Fill a Small Surface Well-Facts for Fanners-Êrotlc Trees and Plants Suitable ...

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

THE BOWENFELS COAL MINING COMPANY. REGISTERED, LIMITED LIABILITY. CAPITAL-, £00,000, in 60,000 SHAHES of£l each. Fivo Shillings Doposit, upon application ; and Calls of Five Shillings at intervals of Six Months. Tno VISION AL Dr/iEOTons : Tm: noN. SIR JAMES MARTIN, Q.C., M.P., Sydney. JAMES BYRNES, Esq., M.P., Parramatta. JOHN LUCAS. Esq.,' J.P., Sydney. ; ANGUS MACKAY, Esq., M.P., Victoria. E. N. EMMETT, Esq., Sydney. PATRICK HIGGINS, Esq., Bowenfels. JOHN MACKENZIE, Esq , Bowonfels. THOMAS WILTON, Esq., Bathurst. With power to add to their number. BANKERS: TUE AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANKING COMPANY, Goorge-stroet, Sydney. SOLICITOUS ;. ' MESSRS. STEPHEN & STEPHEN, Pitt-street, Sydney. . SECBETARY. E. N. EMMETT, Esq., Grevillo's Booms, George-street, Sydney.' THIS Company is formed to work 1148 acres of land, for Coal, situated at Lithgow Valley, Bowenfels, wh ch contains a seam of Coal lo l feet in thickness, that can bo worked by open cuttings, or tunnbls. abovo tho lino ...

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CHESS. PROBLEM 5. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870

CHESS. PROBLEM 5. BLACK. "WHITE. White to play, and mate in four moves. The solution will be given in our next. As there is no branch of chess-study bettor calculated to advance the skill of a learner than the attentively playing over recorded games between first-rate players, we have given an example of a game played blindfold, simultaneously with five other games, by the celebrated American chess-player, Paul Morphy. This gentleman visited England and the continent of Europe in 1858, and in his contests with the best players fairly carried all before him, and soon ranked as the greatest chess player uving. White-Mr. Morphy. 1. P to K 4. 2. K KttoB3. 3. K B to Q B 4. 4. P to Q Kt 4. 5. P to Q B 3. 6. P to Q 4. 7. Castles. 8. Q B to R 3. 9. Q to Q Kt 3. 10. Q Kt takes P. 11. Q takes B. 12. QRtoQ. 13. Pto KR 3. 14. Kt takes Kt. 15. B to K 2. 16. Pto KB 4. 17. K B to B 4 oh. 18. Q B to Kt 2. 19. QRtoK. 20. P takes P. 21. R to K 8. 22. Q takes R. 23. Q takes Kt P, ch. 24. Pto KB 6. 25....

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On the Murrumbidgee Thirty Years Ago. [BY AN OLD BUSHMAN.] (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870

On the Murrumbidgee Thirty Years Ago. [BY AN OLD BUSHMAN.] I (CONTINUED.) A ÏEW weeks after my rocovery from tho illness refer red to in a former chapter, Jones and I went on a visit to Barlow's station, about forty miles down tho rivor from Bruce's. Ballow was one of a class of men which were pretty numerous during tho last and preceding generations, but which aro now nearly extinct-mea who, having been sent to this colony for various crimes and tei-ma of years, mado so good use of tho opportuni ties 'thrown in their way that they amassed large pro perties, and founded not a few of our most respectable colonial families. And it wns a noticeable feature in the history of this class, that soiiie of its most success ful members had been sent out for the gravest crimes and for the longest periods. Somo of them on acquiring property f assumed a higher tone of manners and of morality, and pushed then* way into tho very best society ; but tho great majority of them, content to have surrou...

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RICHMOND RIVER. Ballina, Mardi 7. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870

RICHMOND RIVER. . Ballina, Mardi 7._ iii» À VL Bact ac«aent occurred last "Wednesday, resulting m u ."^'h of three mon, by drowning, on tho bar of this river, im«? i vLat a boat> Ulonging to tho schooner Douglas, got ,-2tido from tlle "IM: tho captains of tho Douglas W . y"l?nko lma loft u. for a Rtroll upon tho beach. Tho .Wt" °PsorTotl approaching tho broukers by tho sailors, Dui« ,w°fron» each vessel wont off in tho boat of the lloyal boat ' îu was in Pursuit ; but beforo tlioy got to tho otiior the wi0y wero capsized, when nil four got upon WV?".0"1 °* tho boat; but, on observing that tho vcrvWiUl°y wore in pursuit of was right-sido up, and not tul««iL m , em- 0110 oi their numbor, who was n power linei ^11ier'left tho other tiiroo upon tho bottom of tho cap lofiktdi S í "I? ,Bwam t0 U»o other ; and after getting to it Ht Tn ' bul uonW 008 on'y 0110 mnn on the boat ho bad . m a moment moro Iiis boat got capsized as well, and when ho got upon the bottom of thia boat the one ma...

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

WAGGA WAGGA. A largo, well-attended and influential meeting was hold in the court-house on Thursday evening, March 24th, for tho purposo of nominating a porson to act as returniug-oflicor at tho coming municipal election. Punctually at eight o'clock, the police magistrate road tho advertisement convonlng the meeting.-The chair was on tho motion of Mr. L. A. Windoyer, taken by tho polico magistrate, who called upon Mr. Fltz hardlnge to read the letter from tho Colonial Secretary, to tho effect that a person should be nominated to fill tho oillco of presldlng-oflicer; and Mi-. Fitzhardingo having donoso without sitting down, proposed Mr Mair as a flt and propor person to fill the office.-Mr. L. A. Windeyer objected to tho proposi tion at this stage. Ho had risen to make a motion, and Mr. Tltzhardingo bad no right to tho possession of the chair.-Mr. chairman, after discussion, ruled that Mr. Fitzhardinge was in order.-Mr. F., A. Tompson seconded tho motion.-Mr. "Windeyer was proceeding...

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Australian Jockey Club.—Autumn Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870

Australian Jockey Club.-Autumn Meeting. THE weights given below aro irrespective of winning penalties and maiden allowances FIRST DAV, AritTL 23. Tho (Autumn) Trial Stakes of 4 sovereigns oach, with 40 sovereigns added, for all horses which have not won a prizo exceeding »0 sovereigns in valuo up to timo of entrance ; 1\ milo. 9 subs. st. lb. Mr. T. Ivory's 1> c Tho Drone, 4 yrs .. .. 8 12 B. lUchurds'a b f Dcecptivo, 4 yrs .. .. 8 10 J. DrlseoU'a br o Charlton, !! yrs .. .. 7 13 AV". "Winch's gr g ( ¡reedy (¡rock, 5 yrs .. .. S l:i Ci. Adams's ch u Trump Tard, 4 yrs .. .. 8 12 C. H. Roberts nsgr f ("ircyslciu. 4yrs .. .. 8 10 J. Tait's ch h Pyrrhus the First, aged .. .. 9 -1 Loo's ch o Miníeles, ¡1 yrs .. .. 7 13 R Do Must ru's br g Titus, fi yw. .. .. S 13 Eenowalof tho (Australian) Champagne Stakes, of 20 sovreigns each, h. ft. ; or .*> only if declared by tho 1st April, 1870; for two years old, colts Sst 101b. and fillies Sst Sib. ; live furlongs. öS subs. Mr. A. Town's ch...

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SECOND DAY, APRIL 2S. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870

I SECOND DAY, ATOIL 2S. Tho Flying Handicap of f> sovereigns each, h ft, entrance fee only if doolarod by 16th April, with 50 sovereigns added, for all horses ; ;f mile. 21 subs. Mr. T. Ivory's b h Marquis, 5 yrs -ch g Fancy, 4 yrs B. Richards'» b f Deceptive, 4 yrs G. Forrester's b ii Seducer, aged L. Uhdo's gr c Kaiser, 4 yrs C. H. Roberts ns b li Tippler, aged -gr f Grcyskin, 4 yrs J. Arkins's b g Kono, agod R. Dines's ch c, by Lord of tho Hills-Little Queen, 2 yrs -br f, by Lord of the Hills-Mainstay-2 yrs J. Tait's b c Ida colt, 3 yrs -b f Florenco, 2 yrs A. Town's br c Sir "William, 4 yrs -br g Darkie, 4 yrs -b m Carnation, ii yrs D. Mayne's ch f Kate Dalrymple, 3 yrs Leo's eli f Barbell«, 4 yrs Du Mcstro's hr g Titus, r> yrs - b g Havelock, aged F. .T. Keighran's 1) g Slr Walter, agod A. Saqui's Misty Morn, 3 yrs The Metropolitan (Autumn) Maiden Plato of 200 sor. oreigns, for all maiden horses (including winners of two years stakes, under a penalty for winning once 31b....

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THE AUSTRALIAN Town & Country Journal SYDNEY, SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1870. Future Railway Policy—Immigration. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870

THE AUSTRALIAN ?abm&?smtty$snttmï SYDNEY, SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1870. Future Railway Policy-Immigra tion. FTVHE select committee on the best modei of facilitating inland traffic, and upon railway extension generally, having taken into consideration the progress report and evidence furnished hy the committee which sat lash session on the same subject, their chairman, Mr. William Maoleay, brought up the final report, with evidence, on Friday last. The report sets forth the amount of expenditure already devoted to the formation of railways, and the result accomplished ; and deduces from these the average cost per mile j and the yearly amount of money required from the general revenue to meet the interest. The total sum borrowed for railway purposes is £6,147,300. With this amount there will have been constructed, when the extensions to Bathurst and Murrurundi are com plete, 402 miles, that is, 134 from Sydney to Goulburn, 132 from Parra matta Junction to Bathurst, 120 from New cas...

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Breach of Promise [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 2 April 1870

Breach of Promise In the Court of Session a case of breach of promise has heon enrolled whioh will create a great deal of interest. It is at the instance of a young woman who was some time ago stewardess on board one of tho steamers plying between Leith and London, and the defender is desorihed as carrying on a "large and luorative business" in Edinburgh. The damages claimed aro £1000. From tho statements on record it seemB that the^stowardess fell in love with a passenger on board the steamer-a young follow wearing a naval cap, whom she beliovod to bo_ an officer in the navy. She accepted his offer of marriage, and at a church in Middlesex the couple were, in tho quietest manner possible, duly united in the bonds of wedlook. . Thoy took up their quarters in an hotel, in order to spend tho honeymoon. " Three days and three nights" thoy enjoyed together, but on tho morning of the fourth day tho husband disappeared ! He took a hasty departure from the hotel, and took with him all his ...

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