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Intercolonial Exhibition, 1870 [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

Intercolonial Exhibition, 1870 ALL the arrangements connected with the erection of a suitable building for the holding of the Intercolo nial Exhibitions of the Agricultural Society, are now completed ?with the Corporation of Sydney. Plans and specifications are ready : tenders will be called within a few days. Ere many weeks have lapsed the Prince Alfred Park will again show sign of life, not aa on a former occasion for the erection of temporary sheds, but for the putting up of an "Industrial Palace," worthy of the Corporation and the Agricul tural Society. The proposed building is 2-50 feet in length, by 140 feet in width, and 70 feet high ; the centre 240 by 60 ?will be floored : the side courts, each 2-50 by 40, paved in order to bear heavy weights, as it is proposed to use them occasionally for machinery, or even to re ceive cattle, horses, icc. The structure is to be of stone, brick, iron and glass ; a gallen-, extending r»ver the -whole of thebiulding will afford ample room to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

TATTEBSALL'S CLUB MEETING.-Tho settling for this meeting, took place on Tuesday evening at Tattcrsall's; Mr. AV. G. Henfroy in tho chan-. There was a full attendance of tho sporting fraternity present, and hefting transactions, which did not appear to have been very extensive, were in every instance satisfactorily arranged. The following gentlemen then received prizes :-Mr. A. Thompson, £5 ; Mr. W. Kent, £5; Mr. T. Warren, £315 15s; Mr. Jolm Waters, £38 10s ; Mr. E. Leo, £43 10s ; Mr. T. Ivory, £48 ; Mr. J. Tait, £50 ; Mr. T. Dawson, £81 ; Mr. Winch, £614 8s ; Mr. Bradbury, £366 10s and silver cup : the total amount being £1377 los. Tile sweeps were also paid. After the prizes had been handed over, ohampngno was introduced, and Mr. Henfrey, in a neat speech, pre sented tho silver cup to Mr. Bradbury, who briefly re turned thanks. Several toasts wore then disposed of, tho principal one being " Success to Tattersalls Club." I Tho proceedings terminated with tho utmost good feeling. It...

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SPORTS ON THE MELBOURNE CRICKET GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

SPORTS ON THE MELBOURNE CRICKET GROUND. About 8000 persons assembled on Boxing Day at tho above ground to witness tho sports. It was also tho first appearance of tho English pedestrians, who were announced to go through their training exorcises during tho intervals between tho races. Harris, tho oolonial champion, was placed at scratch in two races, but did not appear. After the first event, Hewitt and Bird carno out of tho pavilion, and took a little exorciso round tho ground. Tho pace thoyl went at, however, was slow, and tho public gained very little idea of what either is capable of doing. Enough, however, was done to show that tho style of English pedestrians is widely different from that of tho colonials, and no doubt some of the latter picked up a wrinkle or two from tho little they wore permitted to seo. Topley's performance was watohed with more interest and curiosity, and his stylo callod for loud demonstrations of approba tion. He did a milo at a very good pace, and the m...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

CRICKET.' PROGRAMME of Matohea to'take place to-day (Saturday, ? January 8) :-Warwick y. OiviLMilitary, first elevens,' and on, 0.. and Mi Ground j Newtown v. Glebe, first eleven, on Newtown Ground. Tkero have not been any first-olass matohos during " the Christmas holidays, all our dons preferring other' amusements. Tho Victorians have already had praotico matches for tho approaching intercolonial contest j the ' result of ono of which, played on Boxing Day on th« Melbourne Club Ground, we give below. Wo beg to draw the attention of tho Now South, Wales' ' Cricket Association to tho movements of the Molbourners. and to suggest that it is high tune a series of matches were arranged, in order to give our representatives a chanco of improving their fielding, in which branch of the game wo have always made Biioh a sorry show. Tho Eleven of tho Colony of Victoria against tho next Sixteen, with WiUs. The following is tho Boore: THE SIXTEEN;, FIRST 'INNINGS. Don. Campbell, c Gibson, b Cos...

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Calender for the Week. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

Calender for tne.Weeb. gSgî _ _ JAKTÍABY. Mo« a's FintTQauter rx H.». IO 7 7 A.». Days oí the »V«fc. XV STOXKT. RÍK.S. I Stíti 9 £ SanfUy 10 1 Monday.. 11 j Tuesday.. 12 I Wedaesdij Î3 r TbnrwUï ll i Friday .. 15 t Satarday -I s. ye. i ? 13 1 5 [? 7-1 13 j: S-l 13 f o-i 13 I roi 13 1 111 13 I: 121 13 t 131

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THE AUSTRALIAN Town & Country Journal SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

THE AUSTRALIAN ?âm & Cffimí rjj f mir n iii SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1870. TN PRESENTING "THE FIRST NUMBER of Tnt Australian Tomi and Country Journal t< the public, we think it unnecessary either U enter inte lengthened explanations, or to mak< numerous promises. We prefer that oui readers should judge for themselves hy th« sample before them as to what the rature character of the journal is likely to be. Ii they think it gives promise in its first issue ol being such an addition to the Australian newspaper press as to be worthy oi support--if they think that such a paper is likely to advance the general welfare of the country-if they think that a journal devoted to no class, creed, or interest, but designed to promote the har monious co-operation of all in our progress towards the great national future which is undoubtedly before us ;-if they regard Tht Tenon and Country Journal as worthy of sup port on these grounds, they will enrol their names as subscri...

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DR. LANG'S LETTER TO GOLDWIN SMITH, ESQ. Sydney, New South Wales. 21st April, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

DE. LANG'S LETTER TO GOLD WIN SMITH, ESQ. Sydney, Now Soutli "Wales, ¡ 21st April, 1805. i Sm,-I hove done myself the honour to forward for your acceptance, by the book post of the present month, a copy of my work, entitled, " Freedom and Independence for tho Golden Lands of Australia ; tho right of the Colonies and,th»M<jiterest of Great Britain and of tho World*," asahio of a pamphlet, containing a speeoh of mino on the same subject, entitled, " How to Defend the Colony." From these publications, which I trust you will do me tho favour to accept, you will perceive that we have been fellow-labourers in the same field. I perused, with great pleasure, your coU lected letters, entitled, " Tho Empire, " and I am happy to find that the principles you havo therehi enunciated are gradually obtaining tho countenance and support of increasing numbers of influential olasses in the mother country. For exxnessing similar sentiments, in this colony, to those you havo so ably and so e...

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LIST OF WOOLS SOLD BY US DURING THE MONTH OF DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

LIST OF WOOLS SOLD BY US DURINO THE SIOSTII OP DECEMBER. _ 2nd December, 1800.-Wool : Scorned, T. & A. WEST, 10 bales at 19kl, 2 at 18d (burry), 1 at 13d ; pieces and locks 3 at 0¿d ; fleece, CWB, 3 at Ski ; pieces 1 at OJd ; fleece, ET over 4, 1 at Od; HB in diamond over WONBOBBIE, 13 at 13Jd ; MARENGO, 30 at 1434 ; pieces, 7 at Od ; fleece, 4 at Hid ; JWM, 10 afc 13}d ; pieces, 2at 73d ; clippings, 1 at OJd ; fleece, AG over NARRAWA, 70 at 183d ; skirtings, 35 at 14Jd ; pieces, 13 at lOid ; fleece, ID in diamond, 40 at 12\d ; pieces, 0 at 8d ; fleece, CMARINA, 54 at 13d ; FURNER, 4 at lOd ; A over HUME, 43 nt 14Jd ; locks, 8 at Did ; fleece, JBW conjoined, ll at 12d ; J x H, 1 at 133rt ; TM, 23 at 12Jd ; WD, 19 at Hid ; locks, ' 1 at 63d ; fleece, GB, 20 at lld ; Jil," 35 at 12d ; JJH, 5 at 13d ; fleece, GD, 14 at 12d; locks, 1 at 3»d; fleece, RY, 35 at 13d ; grease, CE, 3 at 5id; TB, 3 at 53d; LA, 3 4Jd; pieces, TL, G at 6jd; grease, CWB, 1 at4kl;F. & E. BIGGE, 14...

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THE COMMERCIAL BANK FRAUDS AT MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

THE COMMERCIAL BANK FRAUDS AT MELBOURNE. Thomas Webb Draper, late accountant at the Com mercial Bank, was charged at tho Melbourne Police office, on Thursday last, with forgery, embezzlement, and larceny. Mr. Aspinall.tinstructed by Mr. Clayton, prosecuted, and applied for a postponement in the case regording forgery, as an important witness named Clarke was abísent from the colony, and was not ex pected to return till tho following Tuesday. Mr. Ireland, instructed by Mr. Crisp, made no opposition for the defence, and the case of forgery was postponed until Thursday next, tho 6th January. Mi-, Aspinall said tho prisoner was chargod with larceny and embezzlement, to tho general otteot that, on tho 1st of November last, Messrs. Darbyshire and Broncko wont to tho Commercial Bank and paid to Draper, in xiorson, a sum of £1030 9s. 6d., in two cheques, one signed by George C. Darbysliire for £987 18s. lld., and tho other, for £42 10s. 7d., bearing the signature of Messrs. Darbyshire, Tlmt...

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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

QUEENSLAND. The Queensland Government has directed that rail way passes shall ho issued to clergymen on payment ol £5 for twelve months. Those who clo not wish to take out yearly tickets can be conveyed by tho railways ai half-price when traveling on duty. A private letter from Gladstone states the Custom house defalcations there are proving to be far more serious than was anticipated. Abstractions from the revenue, which ought to have been found out in 1867 and 1S68, are being discovered, and great' blame is being attached to head quarters. The deficit, it is said, will be nearer £1000 than £500. Hilliard is about to assign his estate, and his liabilities aro stated at £1300. The body of " Boney," tho king of the Frazer's Island blaoks (says tho Maryborough Chronicle), was found floating past the Prince's Ferry on Monday morning, Deoember 20. . Boney had been fishing on Sunday m tho neighbourhood of Rosehill, where it is supposed he missed his footing, and oeing of an advanced age,...

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ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c. FATAL ACCIDENT ON THE CLIFFS AT NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c. FATAL ACCIDENT ON THE CLIFFS AT NEWCASTLE. On Saturday afternoon a frightful acoident occurred on the cliffs, Newcastle, near the Industrial School. A littlo boy named Artlrar John Josiah Burgoyne, aged six years, son of Mr. Thomas Burgoyne,. who resides near the Gas "Works, Blane-street, was at a pic nic there, and was standing on a narrow pathway on the brink of tho precipice, when he accidentally slipped, and was precipitated headlong down the cliffs, a dis tance of about two hundred feet. Death was instan taneous. As quickly as possible after the sad occurrence a number of persons proceeded down the cliffs to whore tho body was lying ; but on their arrival at the place they foimd that life was quite ex tinct. The exact locality where tho accident occuiTcd is above the spot known as the ladies' bathing place, and at the highest point of Keid's Hill. A short distance down these cliffs a narrow pathway runs the entire length of the hill, and is much...

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WEEKLY STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

WEEKLY STOCK REPORTS. Tlie stock reports from tke Southern division of th colony apprise us that tho crossings of fat stock, durin, tho past week, at Deniliquin, were remarkably few Tile following were the only lots of stock reported On the 26th, 3500 fat sheep from Mr. Jones's Melros^ station; 27th, 23 horses from Mr. Stone's; 28th, 2001 fat sheep, Mr. Goldbrrough's ; 29th, 2100 fat sheei from Landall's ; 30th, Mr. Dowling's; 2300 fat sheep On the 31st, Messrs. Wolseley, Gibbs, and Co.'s 294 rams and 24 ewes, from the Wngga Wagga Agricultura! Show, passed for Cobran. The weather had been tem pestuous, windy, but without rain, but towards thc Murrumbidgee thunderstorms had occurred, accom panied with largo downpours. It was difficult tc quote prices, as little business was doing. At Wagga Wagga a salo of 60 choice rams, the property of Mr. G. B. M'Kinnon, is reported. The salesman, Mr. G. A. Elliott, obtained satisfactory rates. Of passings the only ones reported aro 6800 fat and st...

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STOCK AND SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

STOCK AND SHAKE 1\LAEKET. The balance of the £150,000 New Zealand Treasury Bills | loan for four years, bearing £0J per cent, interest, on account of which tendors for £58,000 were accepted on tho 30th ultimo, is in courso of disposal at par ; and the money market is rather tighter than otherwise under the con tinual drain. Stocks and shares generally are flat; but special causes, as a matter of course, affect favourably or otherwise particidar securities. Tho published reduction of passenger fares by tho Australasian Steam Navigation Com Îiany is looked upon as a judicious movement, and this stock s firmer at £10. Prices have little varied, and subjoined is the current list : Capital, 184,656 1,000,000 200,000! 400,000 120 000 1,200,000 600,000 1,000,000 1,500,000 1,250,000 500;000 820,000 49,500 55,000 50,000 00,000 150,000 500,000 250,000 500,000 108,000 80,000 28,050 8,420 100,0001 60,000 20,000 10,000 100,000 50,000 20,000 50,000 30,000 Company, BANKS. cYustralian Joint Stock. ...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

SYDNEY MARKETS. '.*-".. Butcher's meat-Beef, per lb., lid to 2Ad, mutton ld to lid, pork 4d to 4 Jd, veal 4d; mmb, per quarter, 2s Od to 3s Od. Poultry-Fowls, per couple, 3s to 3s 9d, ducks 3s to 3s Gd, goeso 5s to Gs, turkeys 8s to lsG, pigeons ls 3d. Babbits, per pah-, 2s Gd to 3s ; ; roasting pigs, each, 4s to Gs. Dairy produce-But« ter, por lb, 4d to Od, cheese 5s to 7d, bacon öd to Cid, lard Gd to 7d ; eggs, per dozen, ls. Vegetables-Potatoes, por cwt, 3a Gd to 4s, onions 4s to 5s j cabbages, per dozen, 1 s to 3s, lettuces Gd, marrows ls to 2s, cucumbors ls to ls Gd ; turnips, per dozen bundies, ls Gd to 2s, carrots ls to ls 6d, parsnips ls to ls Gd, beetroot 3s to 4s, leeks 3s to 4s, rhubarb ls to 2s, celory Gs to !)s ; green peas, per bushel, 4s Gd to Gs, French beans ls Gd to 2s, broad beans ls Gd to 2s. Fruit-Oranges, per case, 10s to 12s, lemons 12s, apples Os to 10s, pears 5s to 7s, green gages 15s, poaches 2s to 10s, apricots 8s to 12s, 15s, nectarines 15s ; pineapple's ...

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ACCLIMATISATION. THE SALMON IN TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

ACCLIMATISATION. THE SALMON IN TASMANIA. THERE aro fow subjects that should moro doei interest tho minds of settlors in a now count . than that of acclimatisation. Yot wo cannot shut o eyes to tho circumstance that Now South AValcs, t ; mother of the colonies, is behind hand, in tho gre .work which forms tho subject of theso remar] : Whilst Victoria has had hor Wilsons, South Austi lia hor Eishers, and Tasmania hor Youls, to expo: their time, as well ns fortunes, upon tho advocacy a; practice of acclimatisation, wo can scarcely point tc singlo name ns that of a widely recognised benefact of this description. Amongst tho greatest efforts of Australian Ace , matisation, is that which it is said has been succès fully made by tho colonists of Tasmania to introdu . salmon to tho wators of that beautiful and salubrioi island. Tho perseverance with which tho Tasmai ians worked to achieve this happy consmnmatic affords a strong contrast to tho apathy that in mar othor respects has character...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

Go to strangers for charity, acquaintances for advice, and relatives for nothing, and you will always have a supply. In describing a new organ¿ a country editor says : " Tho swell died away in delicious suffocation, like one singing a sweet song under tho bod-clothes." "Thero, John, that's twice you'vo come home and forgotten that lard."-" La ! mother, it was so greasy that it slipped my memory. WANTED.-A wink from the eye of justice ; a tooth from the mouth of a river 5 a few yards of tho string of which the tropical line is composed ; a leaf from the Book of Pate ; a link from any chain of event*,

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WHAT CALIFORNIAN FARMERS AND FRUIT GROWERS ARE DOING. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

WHAT CALIFORNIAN FARMERS AND ; FRUIT GROWERS ARE DOING. APAßT altogether from its gold minos, which wc uro not now speaking, perhi no country in tho world over witnessed so ra; a' developomcnt of its resources as Califorr It is no exaggeration to say that farming a fruit-growing as well us grazing havo mado mi progress there in twenty years than in Now South Wa in fifty. Wool, wheat, wino, and silk- are now sta products ; the production of dried fruits, pickles, a j preserves, and tho growing of thc tea and coffee plai ! are now making rapid progress, and every year si tho introduction of some now source of wealth. An association has been lately formed in San Fra cisco called tho Edon Vale Company, with a model fr farm in San Bernardino County, thirty-five miles fri Los Angelos. Tho members, who for tho most partí San Franciscans engaged in importing andrais ing frui havo secured about six thousand acres of well locat and abundantly watered land. Tho object of the Ass ciation is to ...

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MEN OF THE AGE. A SERIES OF BIOGRAPHIES OF EMINENT PERSONAGES, WRITTEN EXPRESSLY FOR THIS JOURNAL. No. I.—MR. GLADSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

MEN OF THE AGE. A SERIES OF BIOGRAPHIES OF EMINENT PERSONAGES, WRITTEN EXPRESSLY FOR THIS JOURNAL. No. I.-MR. GLADSTONE. THE Eight Honorable William Ewart Gladstone, tho Premier of tho "Ünited Kingdom, is tho fourth son of tho late Sir John Gladstono, Baronet, a woalty merchant of Liverpool, and a nativo of Fasque, county of Kincardine, Scotland. Mr. Glac stono was horn at Liverpool, on tho 29th Decomho: 1809 : ho is, thoroforo, now, just sixty years of agi Ho was educated at Eton and at Christ Chure Collogo, Oxford, of which ho was nominated a studoi in 1829. Ho graduated douhlo and double-first class i Michaelmas term 1831. Having spont some time i a continental toux", he came forward at NoAvark, as candidato in tho conservative interest, in tho gonorc election of Docembcr, 1832 ; and through th influence of tho Duko of Newcastle, which was pre dominent in that borough, he was elocted. Til ability and business habits which ho displayed in th Houso of Commons, coujoincd with tho su...

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THE SCUPPERNONG GRAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

I THE SCUPPERNONGr GRAPE. 1 npiilS grape, a product of Georgia, from vhicî Ja_ has been introduced into the Southern State; i America, has lately become famous both in tho Ea ern States and California, and thoso who advocate claims as thc very best product of tho vino that has o1 boen produced, say that it is destined to revolution grape-growing and wine-making in America. Th contend that it has no equal, much loss a siuperior, productiveness or quality ; that it is novor affect by tho oïdium, never rots, novor mildews, never fn to boar immenso crops; that it will live for a hundí years, some, specimens bearing yearly, after ten yoi of ago, from twenty to fifty bushels of grapes, a yielding from fifty to one hundred and twenty g lons of wine ; that it needs no training, no prunir no trellising, and that it is emphatically the pc man's friend. There are three varieties, tho whi black, and golden hued, each making an excelle wino, but of a different colour. Dr. Jackson, t celebrated c...

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No. I.—THE WALNUT. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

No. I.-THE WALNUT. AMONGST tho trocs which are most usóful to man kind, tho walnut is ono of tho chief. Its timber, bark, loaves, and oven its roots, havo a high and special valuo in tho markets of tho world ; whilo it produces in abundance ono of the most palatable and nutritious of fruits. Thero are sovoral varieties of this splendid treo, of which tho principal aro tho " Common." and the " Black " walnut. Tho common walnut is a. nativo of Persia, and of the Himalayan mountains ; but it has long boen naturalised in Europe, the warmor parts of which are favourable to its growth. The precise dato of its introduction into Europe is unknown ; but it was cultivated in England as oarly as tho iiftoonth contury ; and it was most probably brought to that country by tho Romans. It attains a height of from sixty to eighty foot; and varies in circvimfcrenco from four to six feet at a short distance from the ground. Its branches are largo and spread ing, and its foliage resembles that of the ...

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