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PARRAMATTA RIVER MURDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 13 April 1872

PARRAMATTA RIVER MURDERS. DURING the four weeks just past, we have to use the words of Macbeth, "supped full   with horrors." While we were all at our usual avocations, trafficking, haggling, boast- ing, eating, drinking, and sleeping, two at least, of the most diabolical murders on record, were committed at our very doors. Murders, moreover, betraying, as a thought- ful contemporary points out, some recog- nition of physical science ; a thorough deliberation of plan ; a mechanical impassi- bility of purpose ; and an utter oblivion of the chances, or a carelessness as to the consequences, of detection. When it is added that the apparent motive for their commission appears to have been cupidity— cupidity, too, of the meanest kind—the al- most unparalleled wickedness of the murders is at once seen in all its hideous nakedness. The history of the awful crimes to which we refer may be summed up in a score of sentences or so. During the early part of last month, an advertise...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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The New South Wales Agriculturist and Crazier. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 13 April 1872

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Types of Colonial Life. THE SHEARER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 13 April 1872

Types of Colonial Life. THE SHEARER. BY G. BUNSTER. JUST as the farmer looks forward to the season when the crops he has sown shall have ripened and matured, and be gathered in, so does the squatter regard the period of the year when the year's growth of wool shall be shorn from his sheep. A busy time then. First, the collecting of flocks from   out stations; the yarding and counting;     then the washing; when the innocent   victims of all this solicitude undergo a series of dippings and squeezings and rubbings;   and "hands" remain working in water from   sunrise to sunset, only fortified against rheu-   matism or the cramp, by periodical doses of rum. Then the paddocking of flocks to dry;   then the shearing. A wool-shed on a large station, at shearing time, is a sight worth seeing. Twenty, thirty, mayhap forty men, all clipping the wool for dear life ; some skilfully, others t...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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THE BALL AT THE VICTORIA RAILWAYS GOODS SHED. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 13 April 1872

THE BALL AT THE VICTORIA RAIL WAYS GOODS SHED. The ball in the new railway goods shed, at Spencer-street, Melbourne, to com- memorate its opening, came off on the 23rd of February, proving a most bril- liant success. A great crowd of the general public assembled to see the car- riages arrive, and between eight and nine o'clock there was a very lively spectacle out- side of the monster ball-room. Its im- mense length, like three or four Great Britains placed one after the other, could be well appreciated aa the illuminated roof, with a skylight all along, became visible in proceeding d'«wn Collins-street. Inside, the coup (Voil was indescribably beautiful. The enormously elongated hall was lighted all down the middle by colored Chinese lan-L-cns depending from the' roof, over a sert of fernery, which occupied the centra;, space between the platforms. Crossways there were festoons of tiny variegated lamps, a la Cremorne. The combined effect was per- fectly dazzling. Standing at one en...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 13 April 1872

OAKEY S SILVERSMITHS' SOAR (NON-MERCURIAL), Foi Gleaming and Polishing Silver, Electro-plate, Plate Glass, Marble, Ac. Tablets, Cd. each OAKEY'S WELLINGTON KNIFE POLISH Prepared expressly for the Patent Knife Oleanlug Machines, indiarubber and Buff Leather Knife boards. Knives constantly cleaned with it have a brilliant polish equal to new cutlery. Sold in Packets, 3d. each ; and Tins, 6d., ls., 2a (id., and 4s. each. OAKEYS INDIA RUBBER KNIFE BOARDS Prevent friction in cleansing and injury to the knife Price from ls. 6d. each. Oakey's Wellington Knife Polish should be used with the boards. Sold everywhere by Grocers, Ironmongers, Brush makers, Oilmen, Chemists, &c. Wholesale by JOHN OAKEY and SONS, Manufacturers ox EMERY GLOTty BLACK LEAD,: CABINET GLASS PAPER.&cc 172 BLACKFRIARS ROAD, LONDON, ENGLAND. "VTEW EDITION, Post Free, ls. 6d. i_N . FRIENDDY COUNSELS, a Treatise on Nervous and Physical Debility, with means for Self cure. Enclose N. S.' W. Stamps and address...

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AGRICULTURAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 13 April 1872

AG RIC U LTURAL S HOW. BEFORE oui' next issue, the Agricultural Show and Exhibition, will be-has been and passed away. Great praise is due to all concerned in establishing this most useful society, and greater praise may, perhaps, be given to those gentlemen who Lave, by their persevering industry, tact, judgment, and ability, carried it successfully through the many difficulties it has, like all similar asso- ciations, met with. These societies do great good ; they im- prove everyone and everything. These ex- hibitions are not only pleasing but in- structive. They rub off local or contracted prejudices, by affording the opportunity of various comparison ; whichever tends to en- lightenment of mind, and advancement in construction and application. These central exhibitions prove superiori ority, or inferiority, to exhibitors in their respective productions-leading to emula- tive competition, Avhich ever produces a general improvement, and which in many cases leads on to perfection. ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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THE INDEPENDENT FARMER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 13 April 1872

THE INDEPENDENT FARMER. THIÎ Farmer, for this number, will have to be content with studyiug and reflecting over the following : Let sailors sing of the windy deep, Let the soldiers praise their armour, But in my heart this toast I'll keep The Independent Farmer. When first the rose in robes of green Unfolds its crimson lining, And round his cottage porch is seen The honeysuckle climbing ; When banks of bloom their sweetness yield To bees there gathering honey, He drives the team across the field, When skies are soft and sunny. The magpie clucks behind the plough ; The quail pipes loud and clearly ; Yon orchard hides behind its bough Thc home he loves so dearly ; His bark-roof barn its doors unfold His ample store in measure, More rich than heaps of hoarded gold, A precious, blessed treasure ; While yonder in the porch there stands His wife, the lovely charmer, The sweetest rose in all his lands The Independent Farmer. To him the Spring comes dancingly, To him the summer blushes ; Th...

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Australian Natural History. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 13 April 1872

SUiötraltan Raturai fifótorp* THE NATIVE CAT, of which we give an illustration, is a very beautiful little animal, the larger species being about a foot long, and the smaller about the size of a common rat. The skin of the larger and best known kind is elegantly spotted, and the fur being long and tine, is well adapted for the manu- facture of muffs and other articles for winter wear. Some of these little creatures are marked with light-coloured spots upon a dark ground, and others with dark spots on a light ground ; but these variations are only accidental, and not, as some have imagined, the characteristics of a different species or sex. The fur of the smaller kind is grey and greyish white, beautifully mingled and. pencilled with black tips. The Native Cat is a nocturnal and carni- vorous animal, but has to content itself with -small prey. During the day it conceals itself among rocks, or in holes of the earth, but at night it steals forth on foraging expe- ditions, and then, the...

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DESTRUCTION OF THE MELBOURNE THEATRE ROYAL BY FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 13 April 1872

DESTRUCTION OF THE MELBOURNE THEATRE ROYAL BY FIRE. The Theatre Royal, the last of three of the finest theatres in the Australasian   group, is a now heap of charred and smoul-   THE SITE OF RICHMOND QUAY, GREYMOUTH, NOW THE NEW BED OF RIVER.   dering ruins, the only vestige left being the bare walls, within which, in times gone by, so many tragic scenes have been rehearsed and enacted. On Tuesday, 19th March, shortly before midnight, two men, named William Goulding and John English, were sleeping on the premises, English being on the stage, and Goulding in the green-room. English first gave the alarm of fire. Its first appearance was through a wall behind a frame on which the scenes were painted. English describes it as having been like a " handful of fire." lt caught the partition between the painting-room and the property-room, and at once sprang to great proportions. The dressing-rooms were speedily attacked by the flames, which reached the...

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STRAY THOUGHTS MID RURAL RAMBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 13 April 1872

STRAY THOUGHTS MID RURAL RAMBLES. Wno could resist the tranquil beauty of an Australian summer's eve ? or the sweet woo- ing of the evening breeze as, softly stealing through the open casement, it invites you forth in murmuring whispers ? Yielding to these gentle enticements, forth I wandered without aim or purpose, surrendering myself unreservedly to the sweet blandishments of nature, and revelling in its scenes of enchant- ment, till wearied I at length sank down to rest upon a verdant mound amidst a perfect labyrinth of flowers. On every side, basking in the refulgence of their loveliness, and hovering over their fragile but exquisitely wrought chalices were numberless bright winged birds, gorgeous butterflies, glittering beetles, and the sombre-robed humble bee, diving ever and anon amongst the variegated petals, and not returning till cloyed with the extracted sweets ; whilst the bright rays of the sun lingered lovingly on each leaf and spray as though loth to depart from those...

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Clegant Arts for the Ladies. ORNAMENTAL LEATHER WORK. No. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 13 April 1872

elegant ajrtó for ü)t dairies* ORNAMENTAL LEATHER WORK. No. 1. ORNAMENTATION, by means of leather, com- menced with the earliest ages of the world. As art progressed, it increased in vigour of style ; and, in the early part of the 17th century, was introduced into England in the form of tapestry or hangings. Flanders, Holland, and England, were the first to furnish leather hangings, ornamented by gildiDg and silvering, and these were used in Paris. Venice and Malines were justly celebrated for their perfection in the art, and after these ranked Lille, Brussels, and Bo- logna. I The most ancient specimens of embossed f leather extant are preserved in the Egyp- tian Boom of the British Museum, and de- scribed in the catalogue as " The Figures of Orsokon I. or H., and Hamounra Har saphes," supposed to have been manufac- tured about nine hundred years before Christ ; and over the door of the same room there maybe observed a "Cross from the Vest- ment of a Copt Priest, supposed to be not...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 13 April 1872

EXTRACT PROM LETTER, WELCH, MARGETSON and CO., to CHARLES HEMS LEY, Men's Merool', Hosier, Glover, &c. : "The selection of thia shipment has had our personal attention, and it has been our object throughout to put you in possession of our NEWEST and most STYLISH articles." OPENED THIS DAY, 390 George-streot, next the New Post Office. FIRST SHIPMENT of GENTLEMEN'S HOSIERY, SCARPS, SHIRTS, UMBRELLAS, STICKS, COLLARS, &c, from the CELE 13HATED FIRM of WELCH, MARGETSON, and Co. These first-class goods have arrived ex HARLAW, and ure now on view.. NEW COLLARS. AH collars stamped W., M., and CO., aro warranted all linen, aud of the best manufacture, which ensures their wearing well, and retaining their shape and size after washing-au advantage not to be found in the number of makes now before the public. NEW SCARFS. To say they areirom WELCH, MARGETSON, and CO., is all that is required, as they aro universally known to be the moat correct in style. WELCH, MARGETSON, and CO...

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MR. J. C. FISHER'S NEW SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 13 April 1872

MR. J. C. FISHER'S NEW SONG. ON last Friday and Saturday the American Excelsior Minstrels, at the School of Arts, sang a new ballad, "Tiny Tim,"" whicb had been set to music by Mr. J. C.Fisher, ex- pressly for Mr. H. Ackland'a benefit. On both occasions it was very favourably re- ceived. The melody is peculiarly plaintive, and the chorus most harmoniously arranged. The words are from the pen of Mr. F. S. Wilson, and were written expressly for Punchinello, the children's Christmas number of Sydney Punch.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 13 April 1872

DOBROTDE NEW-PLANT NUHSRKY, ASHFIELD, SYDNEY, X. S. W. NEW and Bare Plants and Fruit Tvee.s of every description. New Azaleas, new Camellias, new Pompone and Japanese Chrysanthe- mums, new Fuchsias, <5ic., &c. New Double Pelar- goniums-The great superiority of this remarkable and beautiful selection of Pelargoniums over the single varieties, in remaining in tlower for an immense time, cannot be too highly valued. New Fruits, «fcc.-See novelties for 1S71. TíIOS. W. MORTON, SUPEHIXTEDEXT. PALING and CO 'S Very Elegant Walnut Semi cottage PIANOS, :tó guineas. AUCHER'S celebrated Pianofortes, in various models, from 40 guineas. PIANOS by Errard, Pleyel, Collard, Kirkman, Broad- wood, Rill ph Allison and Sons, ¿ic, in various designs. ALEXANDRE'S Harmoniums of all descriptions. W. H. PALING'S, 335 GEORGE STREET. T H. NEWMAN, Photographer, 12 .I. SOUTH HEAD ROAD, (close, to Hyde Park.) NO CONNECTION WITH ANY OTHER HOUSE.

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GREAT FLOOD AT GREYMOUTH, NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 13 April 1872

MAWHERA QUAY, GREYMOUTH, THE MORNING AFTER THE GREAT FLOOD. GREAT FLOOD AT GREYMOUTH, NEW ZEALAND. The most disastrous flood that ever visited the Grey district in New Zealand since its settlement took place on Thursday, the 8th February last. Various portions of the district had for some time been complaining of the want of rain, and the want has been supplied in destructive abundance. At Greymouth the rain fell in a continu- ons down pour for a period of nearly sixty hours, and the river gradually rose to an unprecedented height. Early in the morning of the 8th it was in full flood, and continued to rise steadily during the day and at even- tide, when the tide began to make, the scene was most alarming. In the afternoon the first damage was done by the river bursting in at the old channel above the Post-Office, when it carried away some small houses and seriously injured the tramway bridge. The water then flooded the whole town, and large cargo boats were plying through the street...

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PORTRAIT OF JOHN BRIDGER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 13 April 1872

PORTRAIT OF JOHN BRIDGER. IT has been a somewhat difficult matter to   collect biographical matter in connection with this unfortunate man, who was one of   the victims in the late dreadful Parramatta   River tragedy. He was comparatively a stranger in Sydney, but was known to a   number of persons here, in his capacity of ward-room steward of H. M.S. " Rosario." From this vessel he was discharged (as is known by a document discovered in his pocket after his murder,) on the 12th Feb- ruary, 1872. On this discharge, however, his name appears as 'John or Peter Bridges.' In his pocket were also found various certi- ficates of service on different vessels of war-among others, in the Magaera, from October, 1869, to February, 1871. In a box which was the property of the deceased and which was discovered at the lodgings of Nicholls and Lester--was found a memo- randum, signed by the Vicar of Hayling, Charles Hardy, dated 1866, and bearing...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 13 April 1872

CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION, ABBOTSFORD, VICTORIA. MB, T. A. KELLY, ARCHITECT. NEW PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, MOUNT GAMBIER. THE RUINS OE THE THEATRE ROYAL, MELBOURNE, AS SEEN THE MORNING AFTER THE FIRE.

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Ladies' Column. SERMON TO YOUNG LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 13 April 1872

LADIES' COLUMN. SERMON TO YOUNG LADIES. Now, ladies, I will preach, you just a little sermon, ahout an inch long. I don't often preach, but in this case nothing but a sermon will do. Firstly,-You are perfect idiots to go on in this way. Your bodies are the most beautiful of God's creations. In the Conti- nental galleries I saw groups of people gathered about the pictures of women. It was not passion ; the gazers were just as likely to be women as men ; it was because of the wondrous beauty of a woman's body. Now stand with me at my office window and see a lady pass. There goes one ! Isn't that a pretty looking object ? A big hump, three big lumps, a wilderness of crimps and frills, a hauling up of the dress here and there, an enormous mass of hair or bark piled ou the top of her head, surmounted by a little hat, ornamented with bits of lace, bird's tails, &c. The shop windows tell us all day long of the paddings, whalebones, and steel springs which occupy most of the space w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 13 April 1872

BREAKFAST. E PP S'S COCOA. GRATEFUL AND COMFORTING. rFHE Civil Service Gazette remarks : JL " By a thorough knowledge of the natur.il laws which govern the operations of digestion and lrutri tioii, and by ncareful application of th« fine properties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Ei'i's has provided our breakfast tables with a delicately-flavored beverage which may save us many heavy doctors' bills." Made simply with boiling water or milk. Sold only in tin-lined packets or in tins, labelled JAMES EPPS & CO., Homoeopathic Chemists, Loudon. J. E. & Co. also prepare the above with con- densed milk, in soldered tins for export, labelled " Epps's Milky Cocoa." WITH I'LA IN DIRECTIONS FOR PERFECT RE- STORATION TO HEALTH, Sent Post Free on receipt of a Directed Envelope and three two-penny uncut Sydney Stamps, by CHARLES SENNET, Brooklyn House, Flag-staff Gardens, Melbourne.

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BREAM CREEK, BARWON HEADS, VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 13 April 1872

BREAM CREEK, BARWON" HEADS, VICTORIA.., . \ Could old Izaak Walton revisit this por- tion of the sublunary sphere his" spirit "would be somewhat surprised to witness the shoals, so to speak, of eager enthusiastic would-be disciples who throng the banks of the Salt- water and the Yarra rivers every Saturday. "Nb doubt he would mourn to a great extent, if spirits weep, over the manifest deteriora- tion he would witness in the gentle art. He would long for the deep quiet pools and the calm solitude which properly befits its exer- cise, for most assuredly he would miss them in the busy eager throng that line the banks of the Saltwater River from the soapworks to the bone mills. Still the Melbournites are not so bad as their neighbors in Tas- mania, who delight ia barracoutta fishing, which consists in throwing a long line over- board, with a round piece of wood about three inches long strung on to one end immediately above a stout unbaited hook, when the fish rise to the wood and hook t...

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