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FOURTH DAY, MAY 5TH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 April 1866

FOURTH DAY, MAY 5TH. Rous HANDICAP.-Mr. Loder's The Pitsford, Richard's Little Robin, Thompson's Cossack, Ivory's Saucy Hannah, Lee's Gazelle, Baldwin's Beatrice, Yuille's Day and Martin, Dangar's Pyramus, Chaafe's Orphan Prince. RANDWICK HANDICAP.-Mr. Loder's br. m. The Nun, aged; Richard's b. h. Rioter, aged ; T. H. Smith's b. h. Bulginbar, 3 years ; Eather's ch. g. Potentate, aged ; Cobcroft's b. h. Pontifical, aged ; Ivory's ch. m. Sultana, 4 years ; Seathe's b. g. Bracelet, 6 years ; G. Lee's b. f. Sappho, 3 years ; Andrew's ch. g. Orphan, 4 years ; Tait's ch. g. Falcon, 4 years ; Merry's br. h. Yattendon, 4 years ; Chaafe ns. ch. h. Dundee, 4 years ; Fisher's br. h. Sign, 4 years. QUEEN'S PLATE.-Mr. Thompson's ch. c. Cossack, 3 years ; Ivory's ch. g. O'Meara, aged; Beale's br. g. O.K., G years ; Sullivan's b. g. Canobie, aged ; Merry's bi*, h. Yattendon, 4 years ; Chaafe ns. b. h. Sir Patrick, 5 years ; Town's b. h. Tarragon, aged. X NURSERY HANDICAP.-Mr. Bowman's gr. f. Norma...

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THIRD DAY, MAY 4TH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 April 1866

THIRD DAY, MAY 4TH. ALL AGE» STAKES.-Mr. Loder's br.li. ThePitsford, 3 years; Richard's b. h. Rider, 6 years; Tait's ch. g. Falcon, 4 years; Baldwin's b. f. Beatrice, 3 years ; Ynille's b. c. Day and Mar- tin, late Charles Albert, 3 years ; Chaafe ns. ch. h. Dundee, 4 years ; Town's b. h. Tarragon, aged. PRINCE OP WALES' STAKES.-Mr. Sidney's b. g. Little Mick, 6 years, £50 ; Ryan's ch. g. Cock-a-Hoop, aged, £50 ; Dawson's b. g. Praxiteles, 4 years, £50 ; Eather's br. h. Saucebox, aged, £70; J. Bowman's b. c. Tocal, 3 years, £80; Lawrence's b. g. Presto, aged, £60 ; Seath's:b.: g., ¡Bracelet, 6 years, £70 ; Mars- den's gr. h. Albert, 5 years, £50 ; Tait's b. g. Rarey, aged, £50 ; Town's b. g. Lunatic, 4 years, £60. BRUIE STAKES.-Mr. Loder's br. c. The Pitsford; J. Eales, jun.'s br. g. Rose of Australia, G. Lee's ch. f. Gulnare, Yuille's b. c. Day and Martin (late Charles Albert), Chaafe ns. b. c. Orphan Prince, De Mestre's b. c. Tim Whiffler. CITY HANDICAP, May 4th.-Mr. Loder's br. m...

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SECOND DAY, MAY 3RD. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 April 1866

SECOND DAY, MAY 3RD. CHAMPAGNE STAKES.-bl. c. by Artaxerxes, Bylong, Blondín, Sir Jobu, Blair Athol, Old England, ch. g. by New Warrior Cripple, c. g. by New Warrior-Miss Morgan, Fishhook, Syren. Bude Light, Miss Corobus, Circassian. MAIDEN STAKES.-Mr. Richard's b. g. Little John, 3 years ; Thompson's ch. c. Cossack, 3 years ; Smith's b. c. Bulgabai-, 3 years ; Cobcrofts br. h. Pontifical, aged ; G-. Lee's cb. f. Gazelle, 3 years ; Baldwin's b. m. Beatrice, 3 years ; Tait's ch. g. War- wick, 5 years ; Dangar's Pyramus, 3 years ; Town's b. f. Ludia, 3 years ; Perry's b. g. Safeguard, 4 years ; De Mestre's Tim Whinier, 3 years ; Chaafe ns. b. c. Orphan Prince, 3 years. SETTLING- STAKES.-Mr. Driscoll'sb. g. Mormon, aged ; Ryan's b. g. Merry Monarch, aged ; Ivory's b. m. Malvina, 6 years ; Tait's b. g. Rarey, aged ; Winch's b. g. Satellite, 6 years. SYDNEY CUP.-Tarragon, Ludia, Yattendon, Sappho, Canobie, Union Jack, Falcon, Sir Patrick, O'Meara, Sultana, Potentate, Rioter, Rose of Aust...

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RANDWICK AUTUMN MEETING. FIRST DAY, APRIL 23TH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 April 1866

RANDWICK AUTUMN MEETING. FIRST DAY, APRIL 23TH. TUT AL STAKES.-MR. Ivory's b.m. Malvina, 6 years ; Tait's br. g. Karey, aged ; Town's b.g. Lunatic, 4 years. A.J.C. Two YEARS STAKES.-Ava Maria, Fishhook, Bude Light, Marybyrnong, Syren, Seagull, Sir John, Bylong, b.f. by Bottler Medulla, ch.f. by New Warrior-Deformed, ch.fi-by New Warrior-Miss Morgan, b. or br. c. by New Warrior (dam by Camel), b.f. by New Warrior-Nancy by Whalebone, Norma, Argeno, bl. c. by Sir Hercules-Young Gulnare, Lord of the Woods, ch.f. by Lord of the Hills (out of Helena, by Aaron), Miss Corobus, Dolo, Old England, Elegance, Circassian, Taurus, Blair Athol, Bebel, Hambleton Hill, ch.f. by Sir Hercules-Gul. nare, b.f. by New Warrior-Crinoline, roan g. by Cossack Fanny Davis, ch. f. by New Warrior-Koh-i-noor. (AUSTRALIAN) ST. LEGER STAKES.-Beatrice, Orphan Prince, Varroville, Ludia, Pyramus, Charles Albert, (now Day and Mar- tin), Tim Whiffler, Little Bobin, King Tom, Gulnare, Sappho, Bulginbar, William Tell, Fa...

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FIRST DAY—BASTER MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 April 1866

FiEST DAY-BASTER MONDAY. FIRST RACE.-The Trial Stakes, of 5 soverigns each, 50 sov* ereigns added ; half forfeit ; for two-year-olds ; colts, 8 st. 7. lb.; fillies, 8 st. 4 lb. ; half a mile. Baldwin's Blondin, S st. 71b. (Thompson) ... 1 Cobcroft's Miss Corcebus ... ... ... 2 Ivory's Blair Athol ... ... ... - 3 Tait's c.-, Merry's Circassian, Merry's c.-. , Blair Athol and Miss Corobus rushed to the front, followed by Blondin. On entering the rails Blondin had a slight lead, which he kept to. the finish, winning by about two lengths. Time, 53 seconds. SECOND RACE.-The Homebush Maiden Plate, of 100 sover- eigns, added to a sweepstakes of 5 sovereigns each, lk mile. Second horse to receive 20 sovereigns, and third horse 5 sovereigns from the prize. Baldwin's Beatrice, 3 years, 7 st. ll lbs. (Thompson) 1 . Thompson's Cossack ... ... ... 2 Tait's Warwick ... ... ... ... . 3 Wordsworth's Young Dora, Chaafe's Orphan Prince, Lee's Gulnare, Town's Ludia. . \Betting, 2 to 1 against Beatrice...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 April 1866

FOWLER'S POTTERY AND FIRE BRICK WORKS. To CONTRACTORS AND OTHEUS. For Sale by the Undersigned Drainpipes, with all necessary bends and junctions Gingerbeer Bottles Chequered and Plain Paving Tiles, 12 by 6 Arch Crown and Fire Bricks Fire Clay Oven Tiles Fire Lumps, &c, Of such quality and price as cannot fail to give satis- faction. Bricks of any description made to order. E. FOWLER, CAMPERDOWN, NEAR SYDNEY. REAKFAST BEVERAGE. For general use, Epps's Cocoa is distinguished as invigorating, with a grateful smoothness and delicious aroma. Pr. Hassall, in his work " Food, and its adulter- ations," says :-" Cocoa contains a great variety of impor- tant nutritive principles-every ingredient necessary to the growth and sustenance of the body." Again, "As a nutritive, Cocoa stands very much higher than either Coffee or Tea." Directions :-Two teaspoonfuls of the Powder in a breakfast cup, filled up with boiling water or milk. Tin-lined, Jib., Jib., and llb. Packets. Sold by Grocers,...

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RETROSPECT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 April 1866

RETROSPECT. UNDER the new Australian mail contract which has been under- taken by the Peninsular and Oriental Company, the Australian mails are to be taken from Point de Gaile to Sydney, via King George's Sound, in twenty-three and a . half days, exclusive of stoppages for the delivery and reception of mails. The com- pany consent to a penalty of £200 for every day they are ; behind time, and they are to receive £50 for every day they perform the voyage between Point de Gaile and Sydney in less than twenty-one and a half days. The company are to receive £120,000 a .year for conveying the mails to and from Point, de Gaile to Sydney once every calendar month; £130,000 if called upon to convey them once every lunar month; £170,000 a year if called upon to convey them twice every calendar month ; and £184,166 if called upon to carry them twice every lunar month. The new Australian mail service is to commence on the 1st February next. The distance between Point! de Gaile and Sydney is 52...

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III.—THE BANDER PERAIMELES (Perameles fasciata). [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 April 1866

III.-THE BANDER PERAIMELES (Pummelcs ' fasciata). This marsupial animal, better known as " Striped . Bandicoot," inhabits the plains of the interior, where it feeds at night upon insects, mice, bulbous roots, &c. ; during the day time it ludes in hollow logs, or constructs a sort of nest with grass under a low bush, never making its appearance during the day, except when dis- turbed. The female produces four young at the time, which are carried in' the pouch until they have attained the size of half-grown rats. The pouch, unlike that of the Kangaroo tribe, is upwards. The Bandicoot found in the neigh- bourhood of Sydney is different from the one figured above; being the Párameles nasuta of naturalists._ THE BANDER PERAMELES -[SEE PAGE 14.]

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SCENE FROM MASSANIELLO. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 April 1866

SCENE FROM MASSANIELLO. THIS fine work has been familiarised to the pub- lic of Sydney by the Lyster Opera Company, who produced it last season with great complete- ness. The libretto is founded on the historic incidents connected with, the expulsion of the Spaniards from Italy, in which a fisherman named Tomaso Aniello was the chief actor. He held supreme authority for nine days, during which time he had the command of 150,000. He was assasinated by four men instigated by the Spanish viceroy, but his death did not have the wished-for result and the resistance never ceased until the kingdom of the Two Sicilies was free from foreign yoke. Auber has admirably availed himself of the chief incidents in connection with Massaniello's career to immortalise, in beautiful and characteristic music, the humble patriot's efforts. Several scenes in the opera are highly picturesque, but that most so is the closing one, in which Massaniello and his sister are supposed to die. The groupings, costum...

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LAKE OHAU, NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 April 1866

LAKE OH AU, NEW ZEALAND. FEW Australians are aware of the fact that within a few days 'sail of Syduey there are regions of perpetual snow, with a climate as severe as that of the European Alps in the middle of winter. Yet, such, however, is the fact-and a pleasant trip it would be, during the hot weather of the Christmas holidays, to get transported suddenly to the cool regions round Mount Cook ! There is something truly grand in the mountainous scenery of New Zea- land. Lake Ohau (of which we give an illus- tration) lies about the centre of the Southern Island, and is one of the principal sources of the Waitaki River, which has been explored by prospecting parties from Otago. The country around Lake Ohau is, owing to its extreme ele- vation, altogether uninhabited-only during the summer months does an occasional shepherd i venture into these regions-the vegetation is scauty and the cold intense. Mount Cook, seen in the distance, is 13,000 feet high, is the high- est mountain in New...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 April 1866

VICTORIA.. The eyes of all the Australias are now fixed upon this colony, wondering how its political crisis will end. The Legis . lative Council has by its obstinacy placed itself in a position from which it cannot extricate itself Avithout humiliation and the abandonment of its arrogant claims, especially that of having any voice in the taxation of the country. We recently hazarded an opinion that, under no existing circumstances, could tlie obstructionists hope to govern the country ; the events of ' the past month have proved our correctness, and give a flat contradiction to those who, right or wrong, have supported the ' upper house without troubling themselves to become acquainted with the true facts. Hence we were told that if the tariff was sent up separately from the Appropriation Bill, both would pass. That concession has been made and failed. Next we heard that the country was against the tariff, and that if the question was tried, free trade would come out triumphant. Th...

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RELIGIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 April 1866

RELIGIOUS. The Rev. John Graham preached in the Prince of Wales' Theatre on the 25th ult. on the wreck of the steamship London. The building was crammed from the floor to the ceiling. At least 300 persons were crowded about the stage. Several hun- dreds were unable to gain admission. The sermon was one of the most eloquent and powerful ever heard in this city, and throughout its entire delivery the attention of the immense audience was completely rivetted. On the 26th lût. the annual meeting of the Wesleyan-Metho dist Church Sustentation and Extension Society was held in the York-street Wesleyan chapel, Sydney. Mr. J. Caldwell, M.L.A., presided. The annual report was read hythe Rev. B..Chapman, and it appeared from it that the year's income had been £2901, of which sum £1100 had been contributed by the various cir- cuits. The committee suggested that the co-operation of a ! larger number of collectors should be enlisted. The expenditure had been £2919. Six young men had been accepte...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 April 1866

NEW ZEALAND. A destractive fire took place at Dunedin on the 4th instant, by which twenty-three houses and shops were ' burned down. The fire originated in the Caledonian Boarding-house, Mac laggan-street, and was so rapid that the lodgers were compelled to leave their money and clothes behind ; and a sick man was saved with great difficulty, having to be helped through one of the windows. In less than half an hour from the alarm, "the Scandinavian Hotel on one side, and the Melbourne Hotel on the other, were blazing ; the remains of the Caledonian having settled now into a steady glare, marking a division between the two sections of fierce fire. The'heat was terrific, and before the flames were mastered there was a space of from 120 to 150 yards along Maclaggan-street, with nothing left but embers and chimney-stacks. The distance back to which the fire extended varies considerably ; but at one point it must be about eighty yards. The loss is estimated at from £15,000 to £20,000. Th...

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NEW CALEDONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 April 1866

' VIEW OF THE FRENCH SETTLEMENT AT NEW CALEDONIA. NEW CALEDONIA. I THIS extensive island, one of the principal in the Indo Australian Archipelago, has of late years been brought prominently before the public, particularly the residents of Australia, by the extensive settlement made there by the French Government. It was at first supposed that those who, construing might to mean right, have deprived the islanders of their lands, and, in many cases, of freedom of thought or action, purposed merely forming a naval depot there, and would give encouragement to French emigrants to settle there, or on some of the adjacent islands ; but as time has partially de- veloped the ulterior motives of the Man of Destiny, we find that nothing short of a penalsettlement is intended there, and we, who have so strenuously objected to receiving criminals from the mother country, now find ourselves in disagreeable proximity to the off-comingB of the prisons of France. True, the ruffian of the Boulevards ...

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GUSTAVUS V. BROOKE [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 April 1866

GUSTAVUS V. BROOKE > WAS born in Hardwick-place, Dublin, on 25th April, 1815. His . father was a gentleman of inde- pendent property, who died in 1825, leaving a widow and four children, of whom Mr. Brooke was , the , eldest. At an early age he ' "was sent to Edgeworth's town . . school, which was then conducted by the brother of the celebrated Miss'Edgeworth, and subsequently was placed under the tuition of. ; the Rev. William Jones, bf! Den- mark-street, Rutland-square.- It was intended by his family that he should go to Trinity College, ! Dublin, with a view to his being admitted to the bar ; but from a very early age he evinced a love ? ???? for .the drama, and when barely , ~, ';^?;?»:î,f, :^.';,^*w««-.wait«u. upon .mr. uaicran», .the m&nagerÓMÍne Ttfeatre^Royal, Dublin, and asked for per- mission to play in William Tell. Shortly afterwards, owing to ;the illness of Mr. Edmund Kean, Mr. Galcraft was at his wit's end for a novelty, and determined to bring forward youn...

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DOCTOR MARIGOLD'S PRESCRIPTIONS. TO BE TAKEN IMMEDIATELY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 April 1866

DOCTOR MARIGOLD'S PRESCRIPTIONS. To HE TAKEN IMMEDIATELY. 1 AM a Cheap Jack, and my own father's name was Willum Marigold. It was, in his lifetime, supposed by some that his name was William, but my own faither always consistently said, No, it was Willum. On which point I contented myself with looking at the argument this way :-If a man is not allowed to know his own name in a free country, how much is he allowed to know in a land of slavery? As to looking at the argument through the medium of the Register, William Marigold came into the world before Registers come up much-and went out of it too. They wouldn't have been greatly in his line neither, if they had chanced to come up before him. I was born on the Queen's high- way, but it was the King's at that time. A doctor was fetched to my own mother by my own father, when it took place, on a com- mon ; and in consequence of his being a very kind gentleman, and accepting no fee but a tea-tray, I was .named Doctor, out of grati tude a...

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AUSTRALIAN NATURAL HISTORY. I.—THE EMEU (Dromaius Novce-hollandice). [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 April 1866

AUSTRALIAN NATURAL HISTORY. . I.-THE EMEU (Dromaius Ñova¡-hollandic¿). THIS bird has been known to xis since 1789, and, though almost every one of our readers will be acquainted with it already, yet a few remarks about this creature will not be amiss. In size and bulk the Emeu is exceeded by the African Ostrich alone, measuring from five to six feet in height, and weighing, we should say, when full grown, from fifty to seventy pounds. In form it resembles the Ostrich, though the feathers at a distance have more the appearance of hair than plumage, their barbs being loose and separate, and, as in the Ostrich, taking their origiu by pairs from the same shaft. The Emeu is found in almost every part of Australia, and its coarse beef-like flesh has often saved our explorers from starvation. Many years ago this bird was abundant in our immediate neighbourhood, though now and then a stray bird may be observed. The last one, shot a few months ago near Long Bay, was probably a tame bird. It ...

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VICTORIA HOUSE PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 April 1866

VICTORIA HOUSE PICNIC. I AT the invitation of Messrs. Farmer, Painter, and Pope, the -enterprising proprietors of Victoria House, Pitt-street, their: employes and friends, to the number of 100, met^Tatf-the ^annual picnic in connection with that house of business, ;on Saturday, the 17th ult. (St. Patrick's day). By the kind permission of J. K. Heydon, Esq., the beautiful grounds of Ermington, Par- ramatta River, were placed at the disposal of the pleasure seekers, where they arrived at an early hour. The amuse- ments-including dancing, croquet, arqhery,'{cricket, &c.-were heartily engaged in, and seemed to afford abundant enjoyment to all. At one p.m. the company adjourned to dinner, which was provided by M. Compagnoni in his best style. On the removal of the cloth, after the usual toasts had been disposed of, " Success to Victoria House" and "The Members of the Firm" received hearty responses. The amusements did not terminate until a late hour, when, having returned Safely ...

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EXECUTION OF DUNN, THE BUSHRANGER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 April 1866

EXECUTION OP DUNN, THE BUSHRANGER. THE largest number of spectators that have assembled within the walls of a gaol since private executions were substituted for public ones were collected at Darlinghurst on the 19th ult. to witness the execution of the unfortunate young man Dunn, who was convicted last sessions of the murder of constable Nelson at Collector. Immediately after sentence of death was pronounced, Dunn was taken back to the cell which he had previously occupied in the second floor of the A wing, where he has been constantly attended by Roman Catholic clergymen, to which faith the prisoner belonged. He has been most attentive to their exhortations, apparently deeply penitent for his past offences, and looked forward to their expiation with much resignation. He slept well during a portion of last night, and devoutly joined the Revs. Messrs. McCarthy and Dwyer in the service of their church. Two sisters of mercy visited and conversed with him this morning, when he expressed...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 April 1866

BIRTHS. AUSTIN-March 21, at the Glebe, Mrs. John Austin, a son. BIDDLEL-March 10, Botany Road, Mrs. R. Biddell, a daughter, stillborn. BOAKB-March 20, Balmain, Mrs. B. C. Boake, a son. BORRON-March 12, at Milroy, Mw W. G. Borrón, aeon. BRISCOE-March 24, Miller's Point, Mrs. George Briscoe, a daughter. CALVER-March 26, Pyrmont, Mrs. R. Calver, a son. COHEN-March 18, at Yass, Mrs. Abraham Cohen, a son. COLLINS-March 17, Newtown, Mrs. J. J. Collins, a son-. COULL-March 22, Albion-st., Paddington, Mrs. W. Coull, a son. CUBITT-March 13, St. Leonard's, Mrs. II. Cubitt, a son. DAVIDSON-March 16, Cooma, Mrs. L. Davidson, a son. DAVIS-April 2, at Sydney, Mrs. S. B. Davis, a son. DUNN-March 31, at Surry Hills, Mrs. C. F. Dunn, a son. DYER-March 20, 13 Lower Fort-st., Mrs. J. Dyer, a Bon. FARMER-Maroh20,Darling-point,Mrs.Farmer,adaughter FUGE-At George-street, Mrs. William Fuge, a daughter. GRAY-Mardi IS, at Tweed River, Mrs. S. W. Gray, a daughter. HALES-March 21, at Bathurst, Mrs. F. B. Hale...

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