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CHAPTER XI.—MR. VANE HAS AN IDEA. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870

CHAPTER XI.-MR. VANE HAS AN IDEA. Tho American walked slowly on tho Bradley road towards tho town. He was apparently in deep thought, when, towards'the angle of tho road, whore tho town burst upon tho view, ho was accosted by Mr. Vane. That gentleman, justly considering that the American would return by tbo same road by which . he had gone to the cottage, and being very curious as to tho purport of his visit, had awaited his rotura, in order that ho might, if possible, gather the nature of tho newsh o suspected Mr. Bath had been boarer of. Ho could not have hit upon a bot ter opportunity. Tho Ameri can's thoughts woro full of thc subject'; so that when Mr. Vane had saluted him civilly, and had made some ordinary observations, ho brought Mr. Bath to thc matter at once. "You have been to Mr. Hayward's," said Mr. "Vane. " They aro agreeable people and friends of mine." "Air they?" said Mr. Kath. "Then mobber you know a friend o' theirs con cerning whom I've jest been to seo them-mebber...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER X.—MAUD HEARS THE NEWS FROM MR. RATH. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870

CHAPTER X.-MAUD HEARS THE NEWS FROM MR. RATH. Leaving our hero for a timo, let us turn back to ono towards whom bis thoughts ever inclined. Maud was still sought by Mr. Vano, with tho persistency, which is a chief and revolting characteristic of tho roue. He continued to pay attentions to her which were no more acceptable than before. The absence of her lover, indeed, seemed to have tho effect of con centrating her thoughts upon him. Mr. Vane had counted otherwise ; and now, finding himself thwarted, determined to resort to other measures. "Have her, I will," he muttered, as ho left tho cottage ono afternoon, "if it is only to provo that I can conquer. I must call lied Bob to my aid." His face flushed as he meditated this villainy. Even he could not contemplate tho cruel wrong he thought, without shame. But the feeling did not last long. "Pooh," he said, "she will soon become compliant j and then perhaps she will cease to bo attractive. "Well, we shall seo. And who have wo hero !" A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870

COUNTRY. ' - ; . if . Aberdeen._ «.Gall ;\ Armidale . H. G. Mallara c Appin . J. Armstrong .-. f Albion Park . J. Gray ¡ Ashfield. James Gibbs ( . ? '.: Araluen . J T. lillis j? Bathurst . A. li. tiae ; ; U: Braidwood. T. Kl la Bendemeer . J.K. Osborne > > Berrima. J. shephard Big Hill. W. E. Ellis ? Î Bringelly. William Neal > Bowling Alley Point . E'iza Portor, Uund o j> Bourke. A. Becker yolong . J il'Arthur & Oo. Shoalhaven (~ Bumer. J. M'Arthur it Co., Shoalhaven Breeza . T. II. B. il'Gee ^ f: Burrawang . Watt t Burwood . D Alderton B Burrowa . . B Oarooar. William Bad cock S, Casino . A-J- Simpson --rf' fl Camden. J.Roberts Jj/. ? B Camberwarra . Bamuel Mathews ¡sj Campbelltown. . ' - K Chatham . George Saxby ' â\ Connia . 3 "..Cronin ? ' B\ Dubbo. "A^.Prutridge , Dapto... H. M.Blanche - Dungog. S. Redman ? <' H Emu . A. P Oliver, Penrith . I t-'ish River Cretk. H. Ireland . fc Korbes . Mr . \VillittUn fi Qlndsville. J. Irvine . H Gtriingong. W. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870

PA Hn. I Messrs. J. BUISBOU and Co. 3 Rue de Bcydy . SYDNEY: Printed and published by Samuel Bennett, Australian Town and Country Journal Office, 190, Pltt street. January 22, 1870. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870

LONDON. 1 Ur. G. Street, 80 Cornhill Hill fe F. Algar, ll Clement's Lane, Lombard street fe N ossrs. Blites, Henly, «ud Co., OUI Jewry fe Gerdon and Ootoh, 121 Holborn Hill E Hr. W. Willis, Post Office Chambers, Birmingham. g

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870

QUEENSLAND. I Mr. G. Slater, Queeii-Büvet ||

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870

VICTORIA. H Messrs. Gordon and Gotch, Melbourne. p

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A Mystery in Missouri. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870

A Mystery in Missouri. " Early in tho past siinnner three human skeletons í were found under a house at Purkville, Mo., under the ; following circumstances :-A boy, son of tho peoplo, j residing in the house, had borrowed an axe from a neighbour, which, instead of returning, he placed under a rock forming part of tho wall of the building. Some . time after, being asked by the neighbour what he had done with the axe, he told them where ho had placed it. On going to tho spot and rolling away tho stone to obtain the axe, a human skull was brought to the light. Further investigation by digging resulted in the startling discovery of three human skeletons of men covered with a slight depth of earth. Tho teeth of one was found to be filled with gold, proving that the skele tons belonged to white persons. Tho excitement occa sioned by so horrible a discovery was intense. Fresh horror is now added to it by a discovery which may throw some light on the terrible mystery. On Monday, September 1...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ACCLIMATISATION. Franklin Island and its Denizens. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870

ACCLIMATISATION. Franklin Island and its Denizens. -S "S J HILST the introduction of the salmon into \ V Tasmania may be considered the greatest triumph of Australian acclimatisation, and is regard ed with interest by every lover of progress, there are other efforts iñ the same direction that well de serve to be remembered. And amongst the most nota ble are the flemishing a ccninatisation societies, such as New South "Wales has not as yet to boast of. Societies which, if one such could be formed here, would be of the greatest benefit not only to the people of to-day," but to those of succeeding generations. The influence for good of such associations it is hardly possible to over-estimate. It will not bc out of place here to look around and see what has been done by om- neighbours towards introducing into their respective colonies the animals, birds, and fishes that are not indigenous to them. As we have already referred to Tasmania, in our account of the introduction of salmon, it ...

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To the Editor of the Town and Country Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870

To the Editor bf the Toxon and Country Journal. Sir, -If we cannot set examples, tho next heat thing is to follow good ones. Thanks to Mr. Tallerman, any body in London may now luxuriate in a wholesome dinner of Australian meat for a penny, and if so dis posed may have a perfectly sumptuous feast for three pence. There is plenty of room in Sydney for tho imitation of this gigantic step in the right direction. It would be a great boon to a very large class, particu larly clerks (lawyers', mercantile, and Government), many of them -with a small salary but a largo family. They must themselves agitate the matter, and no doubt some enterprising individual will come forward and provide dinners for the million upon Mr. Taller man's plan. It would stimulate the energies of our chefs de cuisine and set an example to our cooks, and it would also create a wholesome competition amongst our cafes and dining rooms, and supplant the " cheap and nasty" style altogether. Nobody need hesitate of part...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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Diamonds and other Gem Stones in Australia. To the Editor of the Times. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870

Diamonds and other Grem Stones in Australia. , To tho Editor of thc Times. Sir,-I havo received tho onclosed letter from Dr. Bleasdalo, of Mrdboumo, upon tho snbjoct of tho recent discoveries of diamonds in Now S.-ufch "Wales, with a recpiost that I would forward it to you. Dr. Bloasdalo was one of tho first to say that dia monds and oilier precious stones would bo 'discovered, in Australia in p.iyablo quantities; and his opinion« and statements may bo accepted as hoing in ovoiy way íoliublo. I am, Sir, your obedient servant GE011GE VE11D0N. 8, Vijioriu-chanibera, Vieloria-Htrcot, S. W., Oct. 4. " Sir,-It is now beyond doubt that valuable diamond mines exist in the district of Mudgee, in the heart of Now South Wales, for tho number of diamonds already received in Melbourne from the Cudgeegong Creek, which skirts the plain wheruon the little town of Mudge» stands, amounts to some hundreds. Many of tl »ea» have been examined by me, and nearly the wholo br both Mr. Crisp, tho well-know...

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MEN OF THE AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870

MEN OF THE AGE. ! A SERIES OF T!IOGRAFHIES OF EMINENT PERSONAGES WRITTEN EXPRESSLY FOR THIS JOURNAL.

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Some of My Early Adventures. MY ADVENTURE WITH COLANI, THE ALPINE HUNTER. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870

Some of My Early Adventures; [BY AN OLD BPOHTSMAN.] :MY ADVENTURE "WITH COLANI, THE ALPINE HUNTER. AMONG tho most striking of my experiences ¡ire tho ?which relato to an ad venturo which I had with Colur the most famous chamois hunter oftho present contur who dwelt above tho villago of Pontresimi, not far fro tho Resoggio glacier and tho colossal Bornina, in tl south-oastcrn nook of tho Grisons that border upc Lombardy and tho Tyrol. This Colani was a despoi ato bandit, who had attained tho exclusivo right 1 many square leagues of mountain, and sufforod nor to encroach upon his hunting-ground. He had a so of foi- wost morality, by which ho porfoctly justifie himself in planting a ballot in tho body of any ii trudor on his usurped domain. In thc mountaii near his cottage ho had about two hundred^ half tan chamois, which ho calculated to yield him ycarl ?ixty young ones, and of which ho. annually shot like number of old bucks. It was very unsafo to carr a gun over his ground. Tho stor...

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Bathurst Agricultural, Horticultural, and Pastoral Association. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870

Bathurst Agricultural, Horticultu ral, and Pastoral Association. THE Annual General Meeting of thia Association was held nt the Royal Hotel, Bathurst, on Monday : and from tho subjoined report of tho proceedings, it appears that, so fur as its financial condition is concerned, it is in a fair way of rising to a satisfactory level, and as a matter of course, is making its gradual way to com parativo prosperity. It was proposed some time ago, that for the uso of a portion of the Race Course Re serve the association should pay to the trustees a given proportion of tho gate-foes taken at the Spring and Autumnal Shows. From the annual report, read by the honorary secretory on Monday, wo learn that instead of a per oentnge on tho receipts at the gate, tho trustees offered to compound with the committee of the association for a lump sum for the use of the Reserve. To this the committee consented, and tho sum of 110/. has therefore been paid over to tho trustees in full of all demands for t...

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Insolvent Court. SURRENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870

Insolvent Court. SUUKENDEBS. John Miller, of No. 170 Fitzroy-street, Surry Hills, commission agent. Causo of insolvency : Pressure of a creditor. Liabilities, 211/. 13s Od. Assets, 13/. Deficiency, 198?. 13s Od. Official assignee, Mr. F. T. Humphery. John Edward Hill, of Bathurst, boot and shoo maker. Cause of insolvency : Failure of Kohn and Cd. Official assignee, Mr. F. T. Humphery. Schedule of as sets and liabilities to be filed by January 2Sth next. Housten Marks, of No. 6 Section, Rydal, labourer. Cause of insolvency, want of employment. Liabilities, 59/. 13s. Assets, 21. 10s. Deficiency, 57/ 3s. Official assignee, Mr. J. I?. Mackenzie. Michael Gorman, residing off Junction-street, Glebe, shoemaker. Cause of insolvency : Pressure of a judg ment creditor. Liabilities, Go/. 8s od. Assets, 3/. 15s. Deficiency, till. 13s od. Official assignee, Mr. ll. H. Sempill. Thomas Reece, of Grenfell, ironfounder and hotel keeper. Cause of insolvency : Falling off in business and pressure of c...

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STEAM EXTENSION. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870

STEAM EXTENSION. THE proposal for tho establishment of a postal servico between these colonies an 1 England, via Torres' Straits, -which has for year* past been advo cated by somo loading mon, has been recently revived, and has assumed a more definite and prac tical form than hitherto. The representatives of tho Governments of New South Wales, New Zealand, and Queensland have, wo understand, agreed to sub mit to their respectivo Cabinets a proposition that a postal servico between Sydney and England by Torres' Straits and Batavia should bo maintained by these three colonies-New Zealand to bear ono sixth of tho cost, such sixth not to exceed £10,000 a year ; and that the cost of tho servico for carrying tho mails between Sydnoy and such port of Now Zoaland as may be agreed upon, not to exceed in the wholo £5000 * a year, shall bo borne by tho three colonies, New Zealand paying one-half. A preliminary and provisional agreement has also, we ure told, boen made between the representativ...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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ADELAIDE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870

ADELAIDE. Saturday. I There hns boen a destructive Uro hore. Tho Angas ton Stores and Mills have boen burnt. sgSix tenders havo been received for leasing the Strathalbyn tramway. Dr. Paterson, of the Lunatic Asylum, has been ap pointed Colonial Surgeon, vico Dr. Moon, who retired on account of his salary being struck off the Estimates. Groat demand for wheat, but none offering. Tho result of tho action, tho Corporation in rc Eastern Market, is that u monster memorial to Par liament is being prepared to securo tho introduction of tho market clauses from thc Act now in forco in England. Tho Savings' Bank tender for tho northern terri tory bonds at G per cont.-ten thousand payable in 1885 at £5 7s premium, and in 1888 at £6 ls pre mium-these hoing tho only tondors, were accoptod. Monday. Breadstuff's aro advancing. Largo parcels of wheat would fetch os per bushol. The troops stationod hore will leave in a fortnight or three weeks' time. Tho South Australian Gas Company havo offered to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870

-1 ;L7¿. QÍTEAM TO MELBOURNE. <^F4V^\N ^ - - cwf>!f|lj\' IN^J-* Tho favourite and powerful steamer tssSES-LsKSS Hero, 1000 Tons, Captain T. LOGAN, Will leave the Grafton Wharf, for the above port on SATUR DAY next, the 22ml instant, at 2 p.m. For freight or passage, apply to ELDHED and SPENCE, BERDEEN CLIPPER LINE. FOB LONDON. Notice to Passengers. The following first-class vessels, making an average passage of eighty days, will be dispatched on or about the following dates : Tous. Commander. To Sail. MAID OF J UDAH. 005.... Ayling .January. WOOLLOOMOOLOO .... 027.... Anderson .... February. NINEVEH. 1174.. ..Barnet .February. PATRIARCH (now). 1500.... Pile .March. STRATHDON . 1011.... -.April. The dlotary arrangements aro superior, and each vessc carries an experienced surgeon, r Apply to MONTEFIORE, JOSEPH, and CO., O'Connell-sroot. *6rriHE HOWE" SEWING M * CHINES HAVE ALL THE NEW IMPROVEMENTS. Do EVERY DESCRIPTION of WOBK, with PERFECT EASE and NEATNESS, and aro THE...

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THE AUSTRALIAN TOWN & COUNTRY JOURNAL. PRICE 6D. Contents of this Issue. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870

THE AUSTKALIAN j TOWN & COUNTRY JOURNAL. I PRICE On. : Contents of this Issue. j Page. : Late English Nows by the Mail-Colonial Telegrams Editorial Notes .. .. .. .. ..2,8 Intercolonial and National Interests- Steam Communica tion-Telegraphic Extension-Intercolonial Commercial Interests .. .. .. .. .. ..4 Coroner's Inquests-Accidents and Offences .. 5 Intercolonial News-Victoria, Queensland, New Zea land .. .. .. .. .. .. 0 Later from Europe and America .. .. 7 Leading Articles-The News by the Mail-Jupiter, Help Us !-Postscript .. .. .. .. 8 Design for Museum and Public Library (with ttlusira ' Hon)-German Malleable Castings-Everett's Acoustic Telegraph .. .. .'. .. .. .. 9 Tho Weather-The New Parliament-Spontaneous Com bustion of Wool-Wool anil Silk-Exploration and Dis covery .. .. .. .. .. 10, ll Tho Preservation of Stock-Swing Pencos Across Streams (with Ulustnittoits)-Inoculation for Plouro-pneuinonia Care of the Horses .. .. .. .. ..12 Noxious,Weeds of ¿Cumberland and C...

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Racing Prospects for 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 22 January 1870

Racing Prospects for 1870. ALTHOUGH -we have twelve months' racing to come, the end of May will he to us in New South "Wales practically the end of the season, as the intervening months until the 1st of August are, with the excep tion of Dubbo and Grafton, completely " dead months." Before talking about the future, it will perhaps be better to review the past part of the present Beason of 1869-70. Last season closed, as tar as Randwiok is concerned, with the wonderful performances of The Barb, who retired from the turf in a blaze of triumph. The present season began with some great changes. The Barb, Fish hook, and Fireworks had retired, Glencoe had changed hands, and the formidable, and for the last three seasons, almost invincible yellow jacket and blaok cap of Mr. Tait was, it seems, to be carried to the front no moro in a big race in 1869. Of tho "cracks" Tim "Whinier and Glencoe were tho only ones left. The Derby, however, promised to be a most inter esting race, as there were ...

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