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FUNERAL OF THE LATE MAJOR FITZSIMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 26 October 1872

FUNERAL OP THE LATE MAJOR FITZSIMONS. THIS lamented officer expired suddenly at his ' residence, Victoria Barracks, on Wednesday October 2. He had been unwell for about a week prior to his death-but considered his indisposition too slight to warrant his con- sulting medical advice. On the evening pre- ceding his death feeling worse, he placed himself under the professional care of his brother-in-law, Mr. W. J. G. Bedford, who is quartered at the Victoria Barracks as Stan-surgeon. About 8 o'clock on the follow- ing morning, while still in bed, suddenly complained that he felt very much worse, and . was immediately taken with a fit of apoplexy. Medical assistance was at once summoned, but the unfortunate gentleman expired about three minutes from the time of seizure. Major Fitzsimons was a native of Cork, and, although he was only 36 years of age at the time of his death, he had passed no less than twenty years in military service. He joined the 40th Regiment in India as ensign, and c...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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KEEP BEES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 26 October 1872

KEEP BEISS. A FRENCH bishop being about to visit one of his. curates, whose ecclesiastical living was very small, sent to him, requesting he would not put himself to any great expense. The curate, however, did not attend to the suggestion of the bishop, as he provided a sumptuous entertainment. His lordship, being surprised, severely censured the curate, observing that it was highly reprehensible that a man with such small means should launch into expenses sufficient to dissipate his annual income in one day. "Don't be uneasy on that score, my lord," replied the curate, "for lean assure you that this is not the produce of my curacy, which I bestow entirely on the poor. " "Then you have a patrimony, sir," said the bishop. " No, my lord." "You speak in riddles," rejoined his lord- ship. " How do you contrive to live in such a manner ?" , "My lord, I have a convent of young damsels here, who do not let me want any- thing." "How! you have a convent? I did not know there was one in this ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 26 October 1872

T H. NEWMAN, Photographer, 12 »J. SOUTH HEAD ROAD, (close to Hyde Part.) NO CONNECTION WITH ANY OTHEE HOUSE. INCANT LIFE.-There is rio doubt that the English Registrar-General's reports and statistics relating to mortality amongst infants, would show a very marked improvement if one of tho simplest domestic aida to the nursery, in the shape of Mrs. Johnson's American Soothiug Syrup, were useil universally. It is perfectly free from any narcotic, and no child refuses its applica- tion to the gums. None genuine without the name of " Barclay and Sons, 95 Farringdon-street, London," ia on the stamp. Sold by all chemists at 2s. 9d a bottle. Agent-Mr. Pratt, 521 Brickfield Hill, Sydney. "BERKELEY, SEPT., ISOp.-Gentlemen, I feel it ;v duty I owe to you to express my gratitude for the great benefit 1 have derived by takiug ' Norton's Chamomile Pills.' I applied to your agent, Mr. Bell, Berkeley, for the above-named'Pills, for wind in the stomach, from which I suffered excruciating pain for ...

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OUR DETERIORATED STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 26 October 1872

OUR DETERIORATED STOCK. By J. S. PoTTiE, V.S., SYDNEY. AN old sage once remarked to an enthusiastic advocate of the modern system of breeding, "Well, it may do fer the fast men of the turf, who expect only two years active life from an animal surrounded with ail the luxuries and sweets and comforts of the training stable, but for the farmer's, working horses, bullocks, sheep, and pigs it is mon- strous ;" and unquestionably ,,some speedy explanation must be arrived at to explain the forced march of modern diseases. The invidi- ous inroads of disease indigenous to our sheep and cattle have lately become alarmingly pre- valent, not only in these colonies, but on the continent of Europe, America, and Great Britain ; the losses are of the most astound- ing character, and men everywhere look in vain for help of a specific kind. I wish at the outset to accept a general deduction, taught and enforced in all schools of medicine, viz.,-That the character of modern disease differs widely from...

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STEAM LAUNCH BUILT FOR THE MAHARAJAH OF VIZIANAGRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 26 October 1872

STEAM LAUNCH BUILT FOR THE MAHARAJAH OF VIZIANAGRAM. IN this issue we give an illustration of a steam launch recently completed by Messrs. Yarrow and Hedley, Poplar, London, to the order of the Indian Prince just named, for presenta- tion by his Highness to the City of Benares to serve as a ferry across the Ganges, a want long felt at that part. This little craft is 40 ft. 7 in. long, by 17 ft. 7 in. beam ; when in working trim draws aft about 3 ft. of water, she is built of teak and coppered; and is fitted with a small cabin forward as will be seen. The boiler is of the return tubular type, adapted for burning wood or coal, and the engine direct acting, inverted, capable to exerting 16 actual horse-power, of Messrs. Yarrow and Hedley's usual strong and sub- | stantial design. In the order for this launch j it was desired that the length and beam j should not be even dimensions, as His High- ness, the Maharajah, was of opinion that odd numbers were more lucky. This little steamer we...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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SMALL BIRDS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 26 October 1872

SMALL BIRDS. No one who is at all acquainted with the habits of small birds will deny that they play a most important part in the eco- nomy of Nature. They would seem to be the ordained means for the extermination of myriads of insects which, if unmolested, would render our fields and gardens but bar- ren wastes by destroying vegetation. The wonderful activity of our feathered allies in devouring these insidious foes may be partly understood from the following remarks made by Mr. Auberon Herbert, in the House of Commons, in England, lately. He said "Mr. Ware (an eminent naturalist), whose benevolent views with respect to animals are well known, took the trouble to get up in the middle of the night to count how many times some birds fed their young. He found that the thrush worked even beyond Parlia- mentary hours, because he began at 2*30 in the morning and worked till 9 30 in the evening, or nineteen hours, during which time he fed his young 206 times. The black- bird worked sevent...

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WESTERN POLYNESIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 26 October 1872

WESTERN POLYNESIA. Mc CH attention is being attracted at present to the inhabitants of the islands of the South Seas, and especially to those of the western groups who are being kidnapped into Fiji and Queensland. It is well known that the natives of Eastern and Western Polynesia are ethnologically distinct, the eastern people being tall, smooth-haired, and comparatively fair, while the western people are short, curly-haired, and black-true negroes ; and the marvel is, how negroes ever came to find their way into the South Seas. The ready suggestion that they were created where they are does not solve the difficulty, unless it be also supposed that every island of a mile square had a creation of its own, as there, is a variety of .face and language on almost every island, while on the eastern groups, from the Sandwich Islands to New Zealand, including Samoa, Tahiti, &c, there is substantially but one facö and language, implying oneness of origin and not distinct creations. F...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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Shifts and Contribances AVAILABLE IN WILD COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 26 October 1872

â>l)tfte at$ Ccmtríbanres AVAILABLE IN WILD COUNTRIES. WE intend re-printing from a volume pub- | lisbed by Francis Galton, F.E.G.S. entitled ?'The Art of Travel," several chapters of infinite use to those who, from choice or necessity, have to "rough it " in the bush. These extracts will comprise invaluable hints in connection with Water-AS to where and how to obtain it under almost any circumstances ; Fire-and how to kindle and maintain it under difficulties ; Bivouacing ; Bush Clothing ; Food and Cooking ; Matters of Diclpline; Defence; Hiding Places and Marks; Boats and Rafts; Traping ami Fishing; and an almost endless variety of other useful matter. The information is for those who have to do with the Bush, the Desert, the Prairie, the Ice, the Water-side, and the Jungle. With these few introductory remarks we commence with WATER. In the majority of countries, it is the chief care of an explorer to discover water for himself and his caravan. WHERE TO LOOK EOR WATEK.-For many...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 26 October 1872

WHALING AT TWOFOLD BAY. INSURRECTION IN LIMA.-BURNING OF THE BROTHERS GUTIERREZ!.

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Scientific Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 26 October 1872

. »rfenttffc 9ottfng& CHLOROFORM.-Chloroform, the most im- portant of all anaesthetics, was discovered first by M. Soubeiran, in 1831 ; then by Baron Justus von Liebig ; and its chymical and physiological properties were more fully investigated by Dumas, in 1865. It is formed from chlorine acting on marsh gas, and is prepared on the large scale by distilling to- gether bleaching powder (chloride of lime) containing a little quicklime to render it alkaline, water, and spirits of wine, or wood spirit. The distilled liquor is then shaken with several successive portions of distilled water, to free it from soluble impurities, agi- tated with its own weight of pure oil of vitriol, and, lastly, distilled from a mixture of chloride of calcium and quicklime, which removes every trace of water and acid, and renders it much more permanent and safe to itse than if these impurities were allowed to remain. Chloroform is also the best known solvent for camphor, resins, sëaling wax, and gu...

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Origins and Inbentions. HALFPENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 26 October 1872

Origins anti Intention*. HALFPENCE. BRASS and copper coins were struck by the Roman occupiers of Britaiu ; and the Saxons were afterwards busy makers of silver and copper coins. The cbief of these coins was the penny, which fulfilled the principal duties of a circulating medium far into the Anglo-Norman period. Debased by needy and fraudulent monarchs, and clipped hy dishonest traders, the coins were neverthe- less national ; they were issued by the State, and no others had the characteristics of legal tender. There were frequent petitions presented by the traders to the Commons, I and addresses by the Commons to the ¡ Crown, complaining of the scarcity in copper j coins of small value. It was this scarcity j that partly led, in later generations, to the striking of pledges or tokens by traders and tavern-keepers. In the fifteenth century it was announced by the Commons to the Crown that mauy blanks were in circulation, sham silver coins of very little value ; and the House prayed f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 26 October 1872

n PRING AND SUMMER kJ SPECIALITIES. FEAPES & SHAY7 respectfully invite their friends and|the public generally to| inspect their SPUING NOVELTIES and NEW GOODS FOR THE SEASON as follows, JUST LANDED :-NEW BLACK, WHITE, andCO LOURED BOWS Gentlemen's Scarfs, all the latest styles WELSH MARGETSON'S WHITE SHIRTS, WITH THE NEW MILITARY FRONT Ditto Ditto, with EMBROIDERED CENTRE FOR FULL DRESS Gentlemen's SUPERIOR WHITE SHIRTS, WITH SEVEN AND NINE PLAITS, French Wrists, FORTY-TWO SHILLINGS the half-dozen NEW REGATTA SHIRTS, NEW INDIAN FLAX SHIRTS GENTLEMEN'S DOUBLE-BREASTED AVHITE MARCELLA VESTS, Ss. 6d. EACH, THREE FOR TWENTY-FOUR SHILLINGS The new COMMODORE Drill DOUBLE-BREASTED FLAX VESTS Us. Od. each, THREE FOR TWO GUINEAS WELCH, MARGETSON, ¡uíd CO.'S NEW LINEN COLLARS FOR THE SPRING GENTLEMEN'S FINE COTTON HALF-HOSE, in flue brown cotton, plain colours, and new stripes of subdued colourings, properly fashioned, and in every size j GENTLEMEN'S PLAIN SILK TIE3 IN EVERY WIDTH, in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 26 October 1872

P. MULCAHY, SOAP AND CANDLE MASUFACTIMK, 12 BOTANY ROAD, REDFERN. Awarded Prize Medal at tho Horticultural Exposition, also, Honorable Mention and First Prize at tho Agri .nltural Society's Exhibitions-1869, 1870, 1871, and 1872. ÏITZ GERALD & COLLINS, COAOHBUILDERS, 297 & 299 CASTLEREAGH ST., SYDNEY. BUILDERS of every description of American Car- riages, Buggies, "Waggons, &c. Awarded Prize Medal at tho last Metropolitan Intercolonial Exhibi- tion. F. and C. aro in a position to execute all orders with the greatest dispatch, and of tho best description and material, having workmen unsurpassed, together with the largest stock of the finest English Ash and American Hickory in tho colony. M R. J. J. DACHAU ME, SURGEON-DENTIST, 2 WYNYARD SQUARE, Opposite the Post-office. Daily in attendance. Artificial Teeth on gold or vulcanite plates, of the very best description, guaran- teed. Veeth stopped with gold, white enamel, or J. J. LACHAUME'S own platina paste, rende...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 26 October 1872

A USTRALIAN OINTMENT. The undersigned finding it impracticable for him to meet aingle handed the largely increased demand for the manu- facture and supply of tho Australian Ointment, has, THIS DAY, DISPOSED of tho Patent to MessiB. EDWARD BOW and CO., Wholesale Druggists, Pitt-street, whose appliances will enable them to conduct the manufacture on a sufficiently extensive scale to avoid in future the incon- venience and annoyance of purchasers having to wait for their supplies. I. J. JOSEPHSON. 5th September, 1S71._ T^HE AUSTRALIAN OINTMENT "Patented, " of a pure green colour, MADE FROM THE WILD PLANTS OF THE COLONY, ABD GUARANTEED FREE FROM ALL POISONOUS QUALITIES, gTANDS UNRIVALLED. For aU kinds of external sores-such as old wounds, Aafings, sunburns, cracked lips and hands, sore heads, broken chilblains, soft corns, excoriations, ác, it is in tniluable. SORE EYES are cured instantaneously. In aU cases the immédiate relief from pain is really miraculous. STIFFNESS OF JOINTS is got...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 26 October 1872

ASS PASTORAL AND AGRI- CULTURAL ASSOCIATION. PATRON : His Excellency Sir Hercules Robinson, K.C.B. FOURTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION. The FOURTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION will be held on Thursday, February 13th, 1S73. Over £250 offered in Prizes (exclusive of One Silver and Two Bronze Medals, the gift of the Agricultural Society, N. S. W.) For full particulars apply to the Honorary Secretary, Yass.

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THE NECESSITY FOR VETERINARY EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 26 October 1872

THE NECESSITY FOR VETERINARY -EDUCATION. By J. S. PoTïiE, V.S., SYDNEY. VERY few will accept without astonishment the astounding fact, that there are over 14,000 horses and cattle about Sydney, and about six veterinary surgeons and 275 quacks, or men who earn a living partly by doctoring cattle and horses; that is, men who purchase books written by profes- sional men, read them at their leisure, get an injection pipe, phlem lancet and seton needle, and set themselves up as horse and cattle doctors ; and this number becomes terribly augmented in the colony. None of these men had even the necessary rudiments to distinguish between one form of disease and another, or between the varied stages of the same disease. They could unquestionably j do good, but what is the fact last year ? I 1231 horses died about and in Sydney ; at I least thatfnumber were taken to the knacker's yard ; and only thirty-one had been treated "hy professional men-the 1200 were subjects for which .their owners pai...

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THE HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 26 October 1872

THE HORSE. I THE Arab, which has proved so valuable an i addition to our New South Wales blood ' and which blood is, fortunately for the repu- tation and character of our horse stock, again being resorted to-is said to be the ' same in form, in courage, and in endurance, with the horse which existed in Arabia before the time of Christ. Beyond the traditional accounts which are provided by the various tribes, there is . nothing to support this assertion ; but why these traditional accounts are not as truthful as those received as reliable, of the same remote period from other nations ; there is nothing to dispute. We think that wander- ing tribes whose principal wealth consisted of their live stock, and whose first ambition , was to possess the finest horse of the purest blood, were more likely to examine, with the strictest scrutiny, all mere assertions of t pedigree which the form of the animal, then before them, might render doubtful, than more civilized people might do, with thei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 26 October 1872

NOTICE. Wc offer a prize-of Three Guineas for the best Essay " On the Cause and Nature of liust and.Smut :" its pvevention, or cure. We offer a similar prize for thc best Essay " On the most permanently profitable Wool to encourage in growth for Ncio South Wales, taking into consideration the adaptability of the animals producing it ; to thc position, climate, country, pasture, and meat food for her population." We also proffer a prize of Two Guineas " For the best and clearest Form of Station Accounts of Expenditure and Beturn, in detail, for six months or longer." The Essays on Wool to be sent in to this office on or before the 1st of next December. On liust and Smut, on or before the 31st 0/ next December. We ash our Agricultural Friends to for v-ard us, as early as possible, samjjlcs of some of the Wlxeat Seeds sown, with a few ounces of the soil it was sown in, accom- panied with a short history of the grain ; a description, of the features, aspect, lay of the ground, climate, ...

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Selected Poetry. HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 26 October 1872

HOME. WHERE burns the lov'd hearth brightest, Cheering the social breast ? Where beats the fond heart lightest, Its humble hopes possessed? Where is the smile of sadness Of meek-eyed Patience born ? Worth more than those of gladness, Which Mirth's bright cheek adorn ? . Pleasure is marked by fleetness To those who blindly roam, While Grief itself has sweetness At Home, dear Home. There blend the ties that strengthen Our hearts, in hours of grief, The silver links that lengthen Joy's visits when most brief ; There, eyes in all their splendour Are vocal to the heart, And voices gay and tender Fresh eloquence impart ; Then dost thou sigh for pleasure ? ' Oh ! do not blindly roam ; But seek that hidden treasure At Home, dear Home. Does pure Religion charm thee Far more than aught below ? Wouldst thou that she should arm thee Against the hour of woe ? Think not she dwelleth only In temples made for prayer, For Home itself were lonely Without her presence there ; The devotee may falter, T...

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The New South Wales Agriculturist and Grazier. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 26 October 1872

Sp ^mttlt »te gipíultrat mid (grader. "WASTE NOT." "TRUTH WITHOUT FEAR OR FAVOUR." "WANT NOT.'' {DAYS OF| WEEK & MONTII. SPN. MOON. 11TH MONTH.] ALMANAC EOE, NOVEMBER, 1872. [30 DAYS. ¡Mean Tempera turo..... .66.0 Averaee < l^in Fall....2.915 Average -^"y DIiySt,10.9 Sun. iMon. Tu. Wed. Uh. Fri. Sat. h. mb. m 5.0 4.59! 6.28 6.29 5.8 !6.10'# All Saints' Day. 5.43,7.151 h. m h. ru 4 SS 6.30 4.57 6 31 4-56 4.56 4.55 4.54 4.53 6.32 6.32 6.33 6.34 6.35 A M. «.23 7.9 9.8 10.141 11.24! P.M, 8.231 9.21 10.361 11.86! A.M. 12.30' 23rd Sun. aft. Trinity Gunpowder Plot. Erincess Charlotte d. [1836, whites, 2241 T) 1st Victorian cens. ; p.M.I I.I9 Pm. of Wales b., 1841 Day's Length, 13h. 3m. h.mih.mlP.M. .A.M. 4.52 4.51 4.51 4.50 4.50j ,4.49 16|4.48] 6.36 6.37 6.38 6.381 6.39 6.40! 6.41 1.40 2.44 3.49 4.52 5.55 6.59 8.2 1.54|24th S\m. aft. Trinity 2.28,First Legis. Council, . [met, 1851| I h.m¡h.m| P.M. I A IL 3.0 3.31 4.2 4.33] 5.9 17 4.48 6.42 IS 4.47 6.43 19 4.47¡6.44 [pos....

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