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BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870
BATHURST. . " " I Wheat (now), 33 Cd : maize, 5s Cd ; barloy, Capo (now), 3« por bushel ; bran, 3/ ; now potatoes, Bl ; new hay, oaten, 31. 10s per ton ; cheese, 5d ; butter, fresh, ls ; bacon, 7d per lb.
GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870
GOULBURN. I Flour, fino, por ton, 131 to 14' ; ditto seconds, 121 to lil ¡bran, uer bushol, ls 3d ; bread, per 21b loaf, 3jd to 4d ; wheat, 4s 6d ; maize, 4s Cd : barley, 3s ; oats, 6s por bushel ; hay, per ton, 2110s ; butter, fresh, Od ; ditto salt, 4d to Cd ; cheese, Sid to 4d per lb. ; potatoes, per cwt., 53 to Ss Cd : onions, porjb., 2d; fat cattlo, primo, por head, 0/: store cattle, two to six years, 2/168 to 3/; fat wethers, shorn, 6s to Cs 6d ; pigs, per lb., 3jd to 4d. _
Country Markets. BRAIDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870
Country Markets. BRAIDWOOD. Flour, Ano, por to», IO« ; wheat, por bushel, Cs ; bread, per 21b loaf, 5d ; bran, ls 3d ; maize, 4s 6d ; barley, 4s 6d ; oats, 4s Od per bushel ; potatoes, por ton, 31 ; lmy, oaten, per ton, 3ltoá". _
Sydney Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870
Sydney Markets. Butcher's meat-Beef, per lb l.Jd, mutton lid, pork 4jdto 5d, veal, 3d to 5d ; lamb, per quarter, 2s 6d to 4s. Poultry-Fowls, per couple, 2a Od to 3s, ducks, 3s wild ducks 3s Gd, teal ls Cd, geeso 4s to Gs, turkeys 8s to lüs, pigeons ls to ls 3d. Babbits, per pair, 2s Gd to 3s; roasting pigs, each, 3s 6d to 4s Gd. Dairy produce Buttor, per lb. 5d to Gd, cheese 3d to 4d, bacon 7d to 8d, lard Gd to 7d, eggs, per dozen, lOd. Vegetables Potatoes, per cwt, 4s to 4s Gd, onions 3s to 4s ; cab bages, per dozen, ls to 2s, lettuces Ls, pumpkins 4s to Gs, mallows ls to 2s, cucumbers Gd to ls, turnips, per dozen bunches, ls to 2s 6d, carrots ls to ls Gd, parsnips ls to ls Gd, beetroot 3s to Gs, leeks 3s to 4s, rhubarb ls to 2s, celory Gs to 9s ; green peas, per bushel, 5s to Gs, Fronch beans 3s to 4s, broad beans 2s to 3s. Fruit-Orangos, per caso, 20s, lemons 10s, apples Cs to 9s, pears 4s to 5s, greengages 10s, peaches 2s to 8s, plums 8s, nectarines 5s to 8s, pineapples per dozo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870
£J L EA El Na SALE SUMMER FABRICS. THOMPSON Ss, GILES j apprise their numerous Customers anil tho Public genorally . that in accordance with thoir USUAL CUSTOM, prior to tho end of tho SEASON, THEY ARE SELLING THEIR ENTIRE STOCK STIMME ll "FABRICS at such Prices as will give GREAT ADVANTAGES to Buyers, and ensure tho object they have in viow, viz., AN ENTIRE CLEARANCE. MANTLE DEPARTMENT. Every lino in this department has been carefuUy gone through, and such reductions made that cannot fail to ensure a very speedy clearance of the entire stock. Tho goods aro all I new and fresh this season. Tho 35s mantle, reduced to 23s Od Tho 38s Od mantle, reduced to 20s Od The 58s Od mantle, reduced to 42s The 08s Od mantle, reduced to 50s Tho 84s mantle, reduced to titree guineas. Several French pattern mantles, varying from 7} to 12 guineas, to bo sold at HALF-PRICE. The remainder of our light mantles, black lace mantlos, grenadine mantles, Helms, jackets, &c, have all been sub jected t...
The New Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870
The New Parliament. THE names of thc representatives returned in thc general election being now fully known, it is time to review the list of members returned, to see how far the expectations enter tained as to the result of the appeal to the peo ple have been fulfilled, and what opinions may reasonably be formed as to the action of the new Parliament. There will of course be three additional elections : one, as already notified by proclamation in tho Gaze tte, arising out of the acceptance of office by Mr. Cowper ; and two ia consequence of the double return of Messrs. Parkes and Wisdom, who it is gene ral ly believed will sit for Kiama and for the Northern Gold-Fields, leaving East Sydney and the Lower Hunter each to elect another repre sentative. It cannot be supposed that the election for East Sydney will pass off without another sharp contest ; and it is not impro bable that there will be a similar contest for the Lower Hunter. Mr. Cowper, it may be assumed, will be returned un...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870
HARRISON and JONES, STOCK and STATION AGENTS, Wool Brokers, Auctioneers, and Cattle Salesmen. WOOL STORES-CIrcular Quay. SALE YARDS-Victoria Yards, Petersham. OFFICES-Bell's Chambers, Pitt-street, Sydney. STATIONS of nil descriptions for salo, stocked or unstooked, in New South Wales and Queensland. WOOL, TALLOW, kc, received either for sale or shipment, and liberal advances made if consigned to their agents in London. STATION SU PP Ll KS purchased and forwarded on the usual tonus. FAT STOCK received for sale at Victoria Yards, Petersham : account sales and proceeds paid within three days. FAT and STORE STOCK received and sold in the Maitland, 3felbourne, and Adelaide, or any of the southern markets. STORE CATTLE and SHEEP, in any quantities, and locaUty ; also, some very superior thoroughbred Bulls and Rams. _ TT ER S HANK, EAGLESTONE, and CO. Stock and Station Agents, ?13 QUEEN STREET MELBOURNE, Ballarat, Sandhurst, Deniliquin.'Wagga Wagga, and 181, PITT STREET, SYDNEY. 1 OL O NI ...
Spontaneous Combustion of Wool. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870
Spontaneous Combustion of Wool. S TT appears from the Queensland papers that* | -?- timely discovery has just averted disastersof i the most frightful character-the burning of 't ships at sea. Two vessels were about to sail Û for England- with cargoes of colonial produce including large quantities of wool ; one was I still receiving cargo at Brisbane, t^e other ha fl- S completed her loading and gone down to the fe Bay, when happily it was discovered that the fi wool in each of them had begun to heat, [ j Several bales were relanded, opened, dried "f and repacked. The report of these facts has ii naturally excited a good deal o' comment. \l It is remembered that within à short time two ships sailing from Queensland, ; and one from New Zealand, with . í wool, the Fiery Star, the Blue Jacket, and the Omar Pasha, haye been ... destroyed by fire And the * thought ' of the terrible doom to which the crews and passengers on the two ships .' above referred to would almost inevi'ab'y have ¡...
SCIENCE—INVENTION— CONSTRUCTION. The Museum and Free Public Library, Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870
AUSTRALIAN MUSEUM AND PUBLIC-LIBRARY, SYDNEY, """^ ¡J WITH ADDITIONS AS DESICINEI) BYgTHE¿COLOXIAL AllCIUTECT, AND AI*PKOVJ3D 1JY THE GOVERNMENT. ' ' « SCIENCE-INVENTION CONSTRUCTION. The Museum and Free Public Library, Sydney. WE furnish in this issue an engraving of tho Colonial Architect's design, as approved hy tho Government, for thc proposed enlargement of the Australian Museum and Freo Public Library. In thus giving tho public an opportunity of canvassing tho architectural morits of the proposed structure, ve feel convinced that tho more tho subject is considered tho more ardent will be the general desire that such noble additions to an already fine structure should be proceeded with as soon ns tho nocessary Parliamen tary sanction can be obtained. As will be observed, tho new design embraces tho erection of another storoy to the College-stroet front, to givo it an alti tude corresponding to thc proposed new wing, tho William-street elevation of which will harmonise with that...
German Malleable Castings. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870
German Malleable Castings. Fon tho production of this material, says "Van Nos trand's Magazine," most of the German founder's use first fusion pig free from sulphur and phosphorus, or Scotch pig. Styrianlso furnished a suitable iron, winch eau only be used in the north of Germany, however, on account of the expense of transportation and high duties. On ticoount of the competition of wrought iron, great cheapness is very essential to its salo The makers keep secret the brand or grade of iron which they employ, but it is well understood that thc brands arc not thc samo in dill'crent establishments. The iron is melted in plumbago crucibles, holding about 30 kilogrames. They ure covered with porcelain lids to keep out impurities and cinders, which reduce the high boat requisite for the process. Thc fire in which tho crucibles aro placed is from .030 m. to 9-10 m. square, and is surrounded with bricks of porceliun earth. The use of the _ blast is not advantageous, since thc economy of ti...
Everitt's Acoustic Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870
Everitt's Acoustic Telegraph. A series of experiments with tho nowly-invented Acoustic Telegraph were made on October 7th, ut tho Fulton Ferry House, New York, in the presence of a number of gentlemen, who were as much astonished as gratified at thc accuracy of the general messages that were transmitted by tho acoustic telegraph through wires connecting two houses 150 yards from eacli other. Tho first message sent was that of the Kev. Dr. Deems: " He that hath cars to beal-, kt him hear." The lt ev. Dr. Hall asked: "Howlong before thc new bridge is to be built, and what about stock in it ?" Mr. Samuel Orchard inquired: "Can a man bo held responsible for the place of his birth without having been con sulted by his 2>arents?'' Tho Tribune reporter asked: ' What is the time at tho ferry?" and Dr. Boscowitz inquired " the relativo diagnosis between rubéola, and scarlatina." These messages were all transmitted safely and much moro accurately rendered than ever could have been anticipa...
Swing Fences Across Streams. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870
Swing Fences Across Streams. TUE accompanying diagrams represent a swing fence invented, though not, we believe, [patented, by an enterprising Yankee, many years ago. The end sought to bc attained, by running fenccB across streamlets and small rivers, liable to nm dry at certain seasons-for it will be understood, such things would be out of tho question on navigable rivers-is to prevent cattle, horses, and other farm stock, from cross ing into strange paddocks and enclosures, dur ing low water, or during its entiro absence from its accustomed courses. It has never been very difficult to run a substantial fence of posts and long rails across the bed of such a stream ; and it has quito answered .all expectations, perhaps, till a flood came, and swept it away, and thus necessitated tho building of another. As three or four floods have ocourred in the course of a twelvemonth, necessitating the building of so many fences, considerable annoy ance was experienced by the owners of property ...
Weather, Crops, and Pastoral Matters. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870
Weather, Crops, and Pastoral Matters. Moat of the wheat in the Southern districts has been got in, and notwithstanding tho drawbaok of the rust, the harvest is plentiful. Steady rains are setting in, and the grass and potatoes are looking all the botter for it. The threshing machines are at work in the cost districts where there is still abundance of grass and water. In the "Western districts, the growers seem appre hensive that serious consequences may result from an overflowing supply. No wheat has yet been brought forward at Orange, and it was considered that the opening price was likély to be only about 3s per bushel. A. meeting of farmers was to be hold to consider the course that was best to be adopted in the crisis, but the result has not yet reached us. A large yieldof wheat is reported in the Braidwood district. The locality is Monkitteo, on the estate of Robert Maddrell, Esq., the paddock being let to Mr. Anthony Vider, a resident of the town. This patch of ground had lain...
Inoculation for Pleuro-Pneumonia. II [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870
Inoculation for Pleuro-Pneumonia. No. II. IN continuing our remarks on Hie report by the chiof inspector of stock, on tho late inquiry on inoculation for plcuro-pneumonia in cattle, wo believe we may assume that its efficacy has established itsolf in tho minds of a very largo majority of cattle owners. We find that out of 279 returns made by owners who in oculated their herds (and wc will only now deal with this class of returns), 237 aro in favour of inoculation, and only 17 against it ; tho remaining 2ó not having oxprcsscd an opinion. Wc aro inclined to think I that tho opinion of so largo a majority, who have had ocular demonstration of the beneficial results of in oculation, will go far in convincing tho most sceptical of its efficacy, moro especially when we look at tho strong languago in wliieh tlicso favour ablo opinions aro given. They aro expressed in either ono or other of tho following terms : " It ameliorates tho disease," " was satisfactory," " higlily satisfactory," "...
Approaching Land Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870
Approaching Land Sales. BEGA-Monday, 31st January Tuesday, 1st Fobruary. BRAIDWOOD-Monday, 31st January. CASINO-Monday, 31st January. COONAMBLE-Monday, 31st January. COWRA-Monday, 31st January. CUDGEN-Monday' 31st January. DBNILIQUIX-Monday, 31 st Januaiy. FORRES-Monday, 31st January. GOULBURN-Monday, 31st January. GRAFTON-Monday, 31st January. ' HAY-Monday, 31st January. MAITLAND-Monday, 31st January MUSCLEBROOK-Monday, 31st January. PATERSON-Monday, 31st Januaiy. QUEANBEYAN-Monday, 31st January. . ' SINGLETON-Monday, 31st January. TAMWORTH-Monday, 31st January. WAGGA WAGGA-Monday, 31st January. WALGETT-Monday, 31st January. WEST KEMPSEY-Monday, 31st January.
Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870
Impoundings. ABERDEEN.-Bay or brown horse, star, hind feet white, 3 over D near shoulder ; flea-bitten groy maro, XX near shou-VJer, 0 near neck ; brown Ally foal, unbranded ; bay or brown mare, broken in, MD over 5 near shonldor ; bay colt, black points, unbranded. BURRANGONG.-Bay mare, PM (the M writing capital) over ~- near shoulder, RT off neck, aged, 15 hands ; bay entire, SW near shoulder, feet white, Btar and snip, 2 years, 14 hands ; bay Ally, blotch like i> over L near shoulder, star, 2 yoars, 13 hands. BETHUNGRA.-Bay horse, C ovor DM Hoar shoulder, S near rump, near hind leg white, white forehead, broken, olf ear marked, 0 years ; brindlo and white bullock, RYH off ribs, like 170 off thigh. BUNDARRA.-Bay maro, white faco, JN over S near shoulder ; bay gelding, WW over G-B near shoulder, ll near thigh, JR conjoined oif shoulder. BRANXTON,-Chestnut colt, long tall, narrow stripe down face, writing capital Ii near thigh ; bay cob horse, short tail, JP M M (ono over the oth...
Land Sales. CHURCH AND SCHOOL ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870
Land Sales. CHURCH AND SCHOOL ESTATE. Tho following sales will tako place on tho 21st February. At CAMPBELLTOWN.-Lots A to Iv, portions 1 to 12," containing da 3r 2p, 34a 3r 25p, 31a 2r 26p, 31a 2r 2Gp, 30a 2r 6p, 33a Or 33p, 40a Or 13p, 26a, 23a Or, 5p, 35a, and 35a lr 8p respectively. Frico per aero, £4; county of Cumberland, parish of St. Petor, situation near thc main Southern Railway line, about two miles westerly from Campbelltown. DUNGOG.-Lots A to CC, portions 1 to 39, contain ing 225, 265, 223, 341, 324, 370, 281, 260, 102, 142, 126, 94, 04, 109, 82, 82, 72, 64, 66, 58, 50, 55, 80, 47, 17, 43, 53, and 53 acros respectively ; upset prico for first fifteen lots ,-fil, and the remainder £1 10s per acre. . County of Durham, parish of Uffington, situato on and near tho right bank of tho Rivor Williams, ad joining and near Clarence Town. SINGLETON.-Lots A to D, Nos. 30 to 33, 85a 2r, 106a 2r, 95a lr, and 96a 2r, upset prico £1 per acre ; lot E, 56a, £2 per acre ; lot F, 86a 3r, u...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870
USTIi ALLAN DYEING AND SCOURING ESTABLISHMENT, 55 WILLIAM-SXREET, WOOLLOOMOOLOO, AND 81 PARRAMATTA-STREET. A. COX, respectfully informs tho public that many years of praoti"al experience und profound attention have enabled him to produce SUPERIOR AND FAST COLOURS, and by Iiis method of preparing goods to receive the dyo, the fabric will, in all cases, retain its original strength and quality. y ono but tho most skilcd workmen aro employed in his establishment. Tho most particular attention paid to Cleaning, Dyeing, and Refinishing goods of every description entrusted to his care. A. COX is also sole possessor of thc improved method of treating made-up Clothing, whether Ladies or Gontlouien's, thoroughly cloanning it, and turning it out as handsome as if new. /ST All work done at reduced ratos.
LITERATURE. Remarkable Literary Forgeries. EXTRAORDINARY STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870
LITERATURE. Remarkable Literary Forgeries. EXTRAORDINARY STORY. A GIU3A.T controversy has raged in the Fro Academy of Scienco for tho Inst two yoars respect tho authenticity of various documents submittei tho pundits hy M. Chaslcs, an eminent mathom cian, who subsequently declined to say whero obtained them. This correspondence betw Galileo, Newton, Pascal, &e., tended to prove t tho honour of Newton's grand discoveries of law of gravitation and attraction should apportai] Pascal. Tho late Sir David Browstor thoroug refuted tliis theory ; and after two years' baiting, Chasles has himself at last admitted that ho has b the dupe of a clover forger. A man presented h Belf to him eight years post as an archivist ( paleaiographer. Ho offered to sell an oxtonsive &lt; lection of documents, thc greator part of which AV then in America. M. Chasles, instead of nibbl at the bait, swallowed it entire; so the fis played with him long, giving hun plenty of li He brought him by de...
THE MYSTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870
THE BtYSTIO. o BV AXFJtED TESXVBOX. Angela havo talked with him, and showed him thrones. Yo know him not : ho was not one of ye: Ye scorned him with an undiscerning scorn; Ye could not rend the marvel in Iiis eye, Tho still serene abstraction ; he hath "felt Tlic vanities of after and before : Albeit, In Iiis spirit nm) his secret heart The stern experience of converse lives. The linked woes of many a ilery charge Had purified, and chastened and made free. Always there stood before him night and day, Of wayward, vnry-colourcd circumstance, Tlic imperishable presences serene, Colossal, without form, or sense or sound, Dim shadows but unwauing presences, Four faced to four corners of tho sky ; And yet again, three shadows, fronting one One forward, one respectant, three but one ; And yet again, again and evermore. For the two first were not, hut only seemed One shadow In the midst of a great light, One reflex from eternity or time, One mighty countenance of perfect calm. Awful with mo...