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TETANUS IN HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 17 October 1874

> TETANUS IN HORSES. TETANUS, or lockjaw, in horses has become exceedingly ' common in and about Sydney. About five years ago there was a similar outbreak. I am not in a position to got at the principal cause unless it may be attributed to some great law of nature. In England and France, rabbies in dogs appears just now as the disease creating most apprehènsion, but I find no attempt to explain why it is so, The fact is noteworthy, however, and doubtless sometime or another some one will stumble across the solution of this perplexing problem. I wish, however, more particularly to state how the disease may be known at a very early stage, days before it has settled into the system, and also tell you what means all men have at hand for helping to check it. Lockjaw may be known at once by the animal turning up the whites of its eyes when struck lightly on the under lip ; this is the con- firmatory symptom. There may be rigidity of the muscles of the body, and great hardness, but unle...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ON MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 17 October 1874

ON MILK. DB. "VÖLCKTSK, whose name as a chemist is likely to become as familiar as that of Liebig's, delivered a lecture recently on the supply and adulteration of Milk. Few questions are I of higher importance than this, for, as the professor says, " milk may be regarded as a model food." It contains a supply of nutritious material for every tissue of the body ; it is indispensable to the animal economy, easy of digestion, palatable, invigorating and strengthening. Ihe Government should, if ever it passes a good Act, check adulteration place in the foremost list the white liquid of the cow. Strange as it may seem, we have not to dread the adultera- tion of this food so much after it comes from the cow as s before it is milked. Several very important cases of milk poisoning have been noted in the Laneet, and are especially of a very remarkable and distressing kiud, where at once five hundred children were laid up in bed very ill, with what the doctor thought a strange kind of fever....

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEEDING MEAL TO COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 17 October 1874

FEEDING MEAL TO COWS. THE best way to give meal to cows is either to mix it with some cut hay, moistened so that the meal will adhere to it, or to scald it and give it in the shape of a thin gruel as a drink. In the first place it is necessary to perfect digestion that the saliva should be mixed with the food and that the food should be returned from the first stomach to the mouth for a second chewing or rumination. This is only done when the food is bulky, requiring considerable chew- ing. In the second place the gullet, or passage from the mouth to the stomach, in ruminants, opens directly into the third stomach, having intermediate longitudinal openings, closed by lips, by which the food enters the first and second stomachs. If the food is bulky and solid it separates the lips of these openings, and finds an entrance to either or both the first aud second stomachs. If otherwise, it passes over the closed lips and enters the third stomach. In the first place, by a periodic inverte...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FIGHTING HORSE OE THE STANISLAUS. A REMINISCENCE OP CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 17 October 1874

THE FIGHTING HORSE OE THE STANISLAUS. A REMINISCENCE OP CALIFORNIA. IN the early days, many years ago, Senator Jones was engaged in mining on the Stanislaus river, California, at a place called Cherokee Flat. It was a small camp, containing scarcely more than a dozen habitations, all told. The most imposing structure in the camp was a boarding-house, owned by a Mr. Juggles, a Missourian. This Joggles was a man of sporting proclivities. He owned a vicious-looking bull-dog, with but one eye, whose nose was covered with scars, and whose front teeth were always visible, even when in the most friendly mood. This dog he was ready to back against any dog on the river for a fight. He also had two or three game roosters of whose prowess he was boastful. But his especial glory and pride was his fighting-horse, a large powerfully-muscled and exceedingly vicious "broncho," which he called "Old Pizen." And " pizen " he was to all four-footed cieatures in that region ; indeed, was so " mean," tha...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CLOUD. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 17 October 1874

THE CLOUD. A cloud came over a land of leaves. (0, hush, little leaves, lest yow pass it by) ! How they had waited and watch'd for the rain, Mountain and valloy, and vineyard and plain, With never a sign from the sky ! Day after clay had the pitiful sun Looked down with a lidless eye. But now ! On a suddou a whisper went Through tho topmost twigs of tho poplar-spire ; Out of the east a light wind blew {All the leaves trembled, and murmuv'd and drew Hope to the help of desire), It stirred the faint pulse of tho forest tree, And breathed through the brake and tho briar. Slowly the cloud came ; then tho wind died, Dumb lay tho land in its hot suspenso ; Tho thrush on the elm bough suddeidy stopped, The weather-warned swallow in mid-flying1 dropped, Tho linnet ceased song in thc f ence, Muto the cloud moved, till it hung over head, Heavy, big-bosom'd, and dense. Ah, the cool rush through the dry-tongued trees, The patter and plush on the thirsty earth, The eager bubbling of runnel and r...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LATE REV. PERE MONNIER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 17 October 1874

THE LATE REV. PERE MONNIER. THIS highly respected priest and missionary died at St. Patrick's Presbytery, on the 14th ult., of diphtheiia of only a few hours. He had not enjoyed health for a long time, and, at the seizure which occasioned his death, was excessively weak ; but the sym- ptoms of diphtheria exhibited were not . such a3 really to give his medical adviser any alarm, but after a few hours' suf fering it waB plain that the rev. gentle- , man was attacked by this disease in its most fatal form, against which - . i medical remedies proved unavailing. During the night following Pere J " Mourner's decease the body was laid in * írJ state in St. Patrick's Church, which was visited by crowds of persons, co religionists and members of other . ^ denominations, who were desirous of .':\fmÊ paying a last tribute of respect to the -C'-'^ÊSÊ dead. On the 16th the Requiem High Mass was said, Dr. Vaughan, the . f^PM^ Coadjutor Archbishop officiating. '"'iEw** Archbisbop Folding and all ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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THE LATE CAPTAIN M'LERIE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 17 October 1874

THE LATE CAPTAIN M'LERIE. THE mortality amongst old colonists has been fearfully great this year, and many "well known forms and old familiar faces we greeted a twelvemonth ago have departed for ever from amongst us. Prominent amongst the names of those lately deceased is that of Captain M'Lerie, Inspector General of Police for this colony since 1857. He ex- pired on the 6th instant, rather suddenly, although his health had been in so precarious a condition for twelve years past that the event did not give much surprise to those friends who were acquainted with the complaint under which he suffered. For some time previous, Captain M'Lerie had been unable to attend to his official duties with regularity, but on the day before his death he rallied so much as to make a visit of inspection to the Police Department, in Elizabeth street, . and afterwards walked through town before returning home. The fatigue proved too great for him, however, and abr it 3 a.m. on the following morning he ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MICHAEL RUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 17 October 1874

MICHAEL RUSH.   MICHAEL RUSH (the Champion) was born in the county Tyrone, Ireland, and will be thirty years old next January. His height is six feet, usual weight 15 stone ; he pulls, when trained, a little under 13 stone. Has been, before this event, trained by A. M'Guire for about sixteen days, but being in work some time previous his time of training may be termed about seven or eight weeks. He pulled a boat built by Biffin, of London—her length is 31 feet, beam 12 inches, weight 33 lbs. After several local matches on the Lower Clarence, the place he first took to boats of any description, he won the championship of the Clarence in 1869, beating Conlon. After this race he made up his mind to meet some of the Metropolitan cracks, and   MICHAEL RUSH, CHAMPION SCULLER OF AUSTRALIA. made his first appearance on the Sydney waters in 1870 at the Anniversary Regatta, where, with Conlon, he won the double scull race, open to all comers, beating Con- nel and Lyo...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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EAGLEHAWKS ATTACKING A KANGAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 17 October 1874

EAGLEHAWKS ATTACKING A KAN- GAROO. OUR illustration represents astruggle recently witnessed on the Peak Downs, Queensland, between a number of eagle hawks and a young kangaroo. Such occurrences rarely take place in the presence of spectators, and the following narra- tive, from an eye witness, therefore possesses special interest: -Emerging from the bed of a creek, we observed, at the distance of 100 yards or so, several eaglehawks fluttering from the lower branches of the trees to the ground in an excited sort of way, and soon discovered that they were busy around something which was in motion. Cautiously approaching nearer, the object of their attention turned out to be a young kangaroo, a joey about nine months old. Somehp&rfr>áozen eaglehawks were on the ground beside hÍDy^w¿ana\anou making feints of attacking with their bew^/^Otn>ers\were seated on the branches just overhead, ootfymd thin sailing off and swooping past, brushing him ^.AwO^jvi with their wings. Thei...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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PARLIAMENTARY PORTRAITS. III. MR. LACKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 17 October 1874

PARLIAMENTARY PORTRAITS. III. MR. LACKKY. . J Mr. John Lackey first entered the House as the repre- sentative for Parramatta, at the general election in Decem- ber, 1860. He was subsequently beaten for that borough, but was afterwards returned in June, 1867, for Central I Cumberland, on the retirement of Mr. John Hay, for which j electorate he has since continued to sit. He was elected Chairman of Committees of the whole after the general election of 1870, and filled that situation until the commence- ment of the present Parliament, when he retired from the post, Perhaps there is no more popular man in the House than Mr. John Lackey. He is essentially a gentleman iu the broadest sense of the term, and no matter-how, hot a debate may become, or how excited the hon. gentleman may get, he has never been known to say au offensive word even to his most bitter opponents, and is one of the few members of the House who can truly say that he has never been called to order. When Chairman of C...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ILLUSTRATED SYDNEY NEWS. OCTOBER 17, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 17 October 1874

- : .? .THE ; OCTOBER 17, 1874. IP . the departure of Sir Hercules Robinson from the ."colony .without^ appointing an Administrator to act for ' him during his absence has caused other harm beyond > ^annoying Sir James Martin and such of his admirers as consider the Chief Justice unworthily treated, it has also done a little good. It has shown people that the person placed here to keep an eye upon the colony's affairs is required to be something more than a titled nonentity, and that, really, the work of governing is one which takes more than ordinary business tact to success- fully execute. Hitherto it has been too much the custom with us and our Parliamentary representatives to imagine that Governors are merely beings which the Crown has a penchant for rela'ning to keep up the prestige of royalty by exhibiting them on the occasion of State pageants-creatures who are wholly irrespon- sible, and of about as much real value as are the Beef- eaters at London Tower, or Gog and Magog...

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SCENES ON THE CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 17 October 1874

SCENES ON THE CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILROAD. CONTINUING our señes of sketches illustrative of the route followed by the iron horse over the continent of America, we give two more views on the American River. Giant's Gap,, which is situated some 208 miles east of San Francisco, is a magnificent gorge, filled with immense boulders of hard basaltic rock, and luxuriant in many places with an overgrowth of stately pines, the timber of which though troublesome to obtain was found remarkably serviceable by the constructors of the line. A mile further on the ground rises considerably, and the voyager has an opportunity of be- holding a great part of the American Valley ; in places he is enabled to see down almost perpendicularly. A short stay is made for meals at a station called " Alta," a word signifying " upper. " The train proceeds through the Grizzly Hill Tunnel, a cutting 500 feet long, to Blue Canon Station, which is built in a pleasant situation at an elevation of 4678 feet. Blue Cañón i...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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The Month. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 17 October 1874

Wbt Month Great preparation is being made by "the League " to secure a victory for the free, compulsory, and secular system of education at the next general election. Agents are abroad in every district of the country, seeking moral and commer- cial support from all upon whom they can prevail to give it, without, as the law notices say, " any respect to persons." The Kev. Mr. Greenwood and his friends find assistance pouring in to them from many quarters they had not reckoned on, and the learned miuister is really to be com- plimented upon the effect which his anti-denominational speeches have had. Atheists, Deists, Spiritualists,-as well as those professing Christians to whom Mr. Greenwood's ? remarks were in the first instance addressed, are now joined together as one man, in the idea that nothing can save the country but a system of education which shall prevent the Bible from being used in Public Schools as freely as hereto- fore. We have not heard yet whether any very large num...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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CHINESE QUARTERS, SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 17 October 1874

CHINESE QUARTERS, SAK FRANCISCO. O ÜB engraving shows a well-known establishment in Jack- son-street, San Francisco-the Chinese boarding-house and new temple for worshippers of the " Mongolian " persuasion. Unlike their brethron who have located themselves in vast numbera in other parts of the United States, the Chinaman residing in San Francisco are not satisfied with the quarters Bet apart for them, and have purchased several fine blocks' of land in various parts of the city, upon which they have erected places of business and residences of the same pecu liar syle of architecture shown in this picture. Wherever possible, they make their abodes like to those in cities of their own Flowery Land. They cannot certainly contract the streets of San Francisco to the miserable dimensions THE NEW MA IL" ROUTE-CHINESE QUARTERS, SAN FRANCISCO. , . >,7v.,/... >"..' which seem to please them best, but every alley, court, or opening they fully (use. The crowding together of these people c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 17 October 1874

MARAVILLA COGOA.-TAYLOR BROTHERS (the largest Manufac- turers of Cocoa in Europe), having the exclusive supply of thia unrivalled Cocoa, invite comparison with any other Cocoa for Purity-fine Aroma Sanative, Nutritive and Sustaining Power-Easiness of Digestion-and especially, high delicious flavour. Ono trial will establish it as a favourite Beverage for break fast, luncheon, and a Soothing Refreshment after a lato ovening. N.B. Caution.-"MARAVILLA" is a registered Trade Mark. MARAVILLA COCOA.-Tho Globenxja, "TAYLOR BROTHER'S Maravilla Cocoa has achieved a thorough success, and supersedes overy other Cocoa in the market. Entire Solubility, a'delicate aroma, and a rare concentration of the purest elements of nutrition, distinguish the Mara villa Cocoa above all others For Invalids and Dyspeptics, we could not recommend a more agreeable or valuable beverage." Por further favourable opinions vide Standard^ Morning Post, British Medical Journal, ôr>c., &*c. HOMOOPATHIC COCOA....

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