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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 21 January 1854

CARD. HARVIE AND CO., WINE MERCHANTS & COMMISSION AGENTS, _453, George-street, Sydney. 1 ENJAM1N LAZARUS & Co., Tailors and Outfitters, 97, King-street. B GEORGE MITCHELL, Ship Chandler, Commission and General Agent, opposite the Court House, Newcastle. SYDNEY REGATTA. Fine Panama Hats, with small leaf. OH. MAY, 34/ Hunter-street, has now on . sale a few Of 'the Tsmall leaf fiue Panama Hats, so seldom to be met with at any price. EUY MOORE'S. ALMANACK AND > HAND BOOK FOR 1854. . Price 2s. (id. ; .by'Post;, 3s. 1 J ."MOORE, í 327, jGe^rge-street_ UY MOORE'S SHEET "ALMANACIC. Forwarded to any!part/of the colony by re- mitting 9d. in postage stands._j SPLENDID lighÔVTeUington Boots at 24s. Ditto ditto'" -Short ditto at 20s. Ladies' .Summer Boots, 7s. to 10s. ' ditto" Shoes, Ss. to 7s. 6'd. At WILSON'S LONDON SHOE WARE _HOUSE, 328, Pitt-street._ ASELECT STOCK OF READY MADE CLOTHING, constantly on sale at JOHN B. SMITHERS., general outfitting Establish- ment, 126, King...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News
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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 21 January 1854

.ê MINING INTELLIGENCE. BALAAHAT, January 5.-The new rush at " Sulkey Gulley," about eight miles from Balaarat, on the Cheswick's Creek road, is ¿,. turnimr out remarkably well. The gutter is.in some places three " . claims wide, and in one case fifteen ounces, were taken out of a small American bucket. This gutter is supposed by some to be a continuation of the Eureka line. I do not know the grounds of this surmise, but if it be really a true one, it may be fairly hoped that gold is to be found all the way from Eureka to Sulkey Gulley. The greatest drawback is the. want of a sufficient supply of water. A very severe dust storm came uver the ¿diggings last Tuesday, which lasted for abont'a quarter of an hour. A tree was blown down at Sailor's Gulley upon a poor woman who was lying ill in bed, and broke both her legs. A great many stores and tents were blown down, and of those that did stand nearly all met with some slight damage. " ' ,,_?' i BENDIGO, January 5.-At the present moment...

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 21 January 1854

'V-- ' CHINA. ' . -, Shanghai, notwithstanding''several determined attacks hythe .Imperial forces, still remains "in the.power of the.insurgen ts. '??'-The Imperialists have, however, retaken Amoy. A frightful massacre of the captured rebels . eilsuedJ About seven hundred .were taken, pinioned, to the Mandarin wharf at low water, escorted by- Canton junkmen armed with - knives and spears. On arriving at the wharf; tl'iey were made to stoop; when they were cut across the neck,/- and pushed into the m tul; pr, water, . where they were '. speared and barbarously tortured, ,/riiis} slaughter was observed '?from tlïe'.British men-of-war,-whose, ta on the - "spot, and drove the junkmën;oft'the}wharfy~î :. JAPAN. ? . The Japanese Emperor-is dead. During the three years of customary mourning, no-foreign embassy will be received. ! . - ' "' " ' ... ' BENGAL. .-?/_'>' The intelligence from Calcutta.is to the 6th of December. Ge- neral Godwin "expired at Simlah. in his 73rd year, after a sh...

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MILITARY BAND IN THE DOMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 21 January 1854

MILITARY BAND IN THE DOMAIN. \ Our readers are aware that through the kindness of Çolonel Bloomfield, to whom we are so often indebted for obligations of a similar description, the band of the ll th regiment performs statedly once a week, on Tuesday afternoon, between 4 and G o'clock, in the Outer Domain, opposite Domain Terrace. The walks in the im- mediate vicinity form an agreeable promenade, the pleasure of which is greatly enhanced Ly the-'spirit-stirring strains of the band. All classes appear to avail themselves of Colonel Bloomfield's courtesy, and we thus make a public acknowledgment of it, in compliment to him and the other officers of the regiment. THE MILITARY BAND IN THE DOMAIN (SEE NEXT :*AUF.). ...

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UNITE! [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 21 January 1854

UNITE! IT is time for the Liberals of this colony to close their ranks. " Numbers without union are confusion ;" and tims the liberals of New South Wales, constituting, as they do, an overwhelming majority of the population, are yet, through internal dissension and want of organisation, in danger of being beaten by a most insignificant and con- temptible, but united, faction. What can be more melan- choly than the partial, desultory, spasmodic, and ineffective efforts which liberalism has been making ? so far from being formidable to the enemy, they have only excited his derision. With reason on their side, supported hythe masses and by the intelligence^ the people, having in the British Government declared advocates and warm partisans, the opponents of the Constitution Bill have, nevertheless, been hitherto- defeated, and are threatened with final dis- comfiture. Union, union is what they want : without it they have been, and probably will be, vanquished, and with it they are sure ...

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 21 January 1854

T AS M ANIA. ? It is said that the appearance of Mr. and Mrs. Stark at the Victoria Theatre, Launceston, has been a decided hit. The Lieutenant-Governor had attended the performances, and on the following day the lessee. Mr. Watson, received a communication from the Colonial Aid-de-Camp. in which he is requested to ex- press to Mr. and Mrs. Stark, that I.Tis Excellency ,wfis highly gratified at witnessing the very successful delineation of the charac- ters of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth: - . A verdict has been returned by a coroner's harv against Luke Davis, for the wilful murder of Ellen.McCarthy, residing in Frederick-street", Hobart Town. The cause of death, as explained by Dr. Casey, was rupture of the spleen. Davis, we learn, has since absconded. A regatta came off at Launceston on 28th ult. It was the first that had taken place for four years. .The Cornwall Chronicle in speaking of it says:-" It is estimated that close upon four thou- sand people were present-we think the number ...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 21 January 1854

VICTORIA. The Geelong races arc advertised to take place on the 18th, 19th, and 20th April next. _ * A proposition lias been made to establish a paper-mill in Geelong. An illustrated sheet almanac is about to be brought out in Mel- bourne, in reference to which the Barnier remarks :-" If reliance (ian be placed on the harmonious, working of the projectors and executors of the work; something of a very superior order, both as regards the embellishments and the literary portion of the un- dertaking, combined with beauty of typography, may be expected." As we are greatly interested in the progress of every branch of colonial art, we shall feel indebted to the publishers for a copy of this pictorial sheet. We learn that the man Howes, who was cruelly shot at hy the bushrangers, Connor and Bradley, and whose injuries it was thought would prove fatal, has at last recovered. Howes was taken to the hospital, and had the right arm, which had been broken by the shot, after having passed throu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 21 January 1854

BICKERTON AND FREEMAN, Merchants, Pai'lc-street; ON SALE-Barley, fine sample - Cigars-'.Wines-ánd Sp'iritsv; ? . .Champagne, choice quality ; \ ! '.'j;' London made. Lithoirraphia.Mà'chine .. ^ - Iron Houses, 4 and ö rooms, complete. ? . '. . MALCOM'S ROYAL AUSTRALÍAN: AMPHITHEATRE, York-street. . ' OPEN EVERY EVENING, with varied scenes, ^comprising:." fearless Scenes of Horsemanship, daring .Somersault throw- ing, Tight-rope Dancing, Slack-rope Vaulting, Roman Column . Performances, Terrestrial Globe/and Trampolinists.; concluding with the laughable farce of MARRIED" :-'and^iSETTLED?. Jester, Mr. Edward .Raymondv'/é'í:;;í ;', . ;<¿4"-: rT*v'; ->^..; ' . JOHN MALÇ.OM, .Proprietor. :!XXT- PRATT, Cheniïst-and Druggist (late"with?.Morgari,;,Pittr¿ T r * street), respectfully, in forms :JnV^ that he has commenced business in his ownline in "Pârraïh'àtfa" street (opposite Tooth's Brewery),- where he hopes-toiibe favoured witli that measure of patronage and support, which i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 21 January 1854

SONGS OF SCOTLAND.' ' PAXTON'S SCOTTISH ENTERT^ÄUffMEMTS, AT THE SCHOOL OF ARTS.-Mr. .Paxton, from.Scotland, re- spectfully "announces, that he will have, the honour of presenting the second of his series of highly POPULAR SCOTTISH ENTERTAINMENTS, with. Pianoforte' accompaniment,, iii the above hall on Tuesday Evening next)"Jan. 24, at eight o'clock. Tickets of Admission, ls., reserved "seals," 2/-PROGRAME. Part First.-Burns : Song, "Corn Rigs are bonnie."-Song by Hacket-in which the lassie bewails her Jamie ta'en awa', and Sandy wi's siller, houses'and hui'd, lays siege to her heart, but is rejected. Song, " Logie o'linchan.''-Song, " The; braes aboon bonaw."-Old Ballad-<lîJock o'" Hazeldean."-Humorous Song', /. Tlie kail brose o' auld Scotland?'--liv the tourse of the'eve'ning, Mr. Paxton will sing (by desire,1) "Norah; the Pride of Kildare." Part Second.-One ol' Hogg's much admired Jacobite songs-his address to the Clans to rouse and-join their ^Prince.-Song, " Wha wad...

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I. NATHAN, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 21 January 1854

I. NATHAN, ESQ,.         Mr. ISAAC NATHAN, whose portrait appears in another part of this paper, was born at Canterbury, in the year 1792. His friends intended him for the Church, and for this purpose placed him under the care of Mr. Lyon, Professor of Hebrew to the Uni- versity. Under the tuition of this gentleman he made consider- able progress, not only in that language, but also in the German and Chaldean. As a relaxation from his several studies he was   permitted to learn the violin, a circumstance which led to an early display of his inate love for music, and eventually, brought about an entire change in the views of his parents. '   On his return home his relations determined on articling him to Dominico Corri, a celebrated musician of thaV day. Eight months after this he composed his first song "Infant Love," which was soon followed by a number of others. From time to time he published pieces that...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 21 January 1854

BIRTHS.-At George-street, 18th inst., Mrs. Stephen Butts, of a daughter. At New Freugh, 13th inst., the lady of J. C. S. M'Donald, Esq., J.P., of a daughter. MARRIAGES.-January 5th, at Wellington, Miss Hart Law, to Dr. Johnson, Madras.     At St. James' church, 12th inst., Capt. R. H. Goble, of the Royal Stuart, to Eliza Mary, second daughter of late Rev. E. Crook, of Battersea.   On the 16th inst., at St. Phillips' church, Mr. George R. Howe, to Mrs. Anne Marcus, Gas Hotel. On the 12th inst., at St. James' church, Mr. Charles Moore, Pitt-street, to Sarah Jane, fifth daughter of late Mr. Z. T. Wilcox, Pitt-street.   On the 10th inst., at St. Patrick's church, Parramatta, Mr. P. J. Hiney, to Miss A. J. Barker, Parramatta.   At All Saints church, Parramatta, 12th inst., Mr. John M'Roberts, Parramatta, to Phoebe, relict of late John Tunks, Parramatta.         &nb...

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PRESENTATION OF TESTIMONIAL TO THE HON E. DEAS THOMSON, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 28 January 1854

I PRESENTATION OF " TESTIMONIAL TO THE HON I E. DEAS THOMSON, ESQ. . The ceremonial of/presentation took place in the Roval Victoria Theatre, on Monday afternoon. The boxes of the Theatre were filled with ladies, which greatly enhanced the interest of the occa- sion, while the Committee and some of the more influential sub- scribers occupied the"platform,, the pit being thronged with a large and highly respectable'body of the citizens, among whom were many of the leading merchants and professional men. Our readers are aware that, at the express wish of Mr. Thomson, the sum set apart for ,the purposes of the testimonial is limited to 1,000 guineas, and that the excess is to be. appropriated to founding a scholarship in the Sydney University. ."We may here mention that the sub- scriptions amount to £2.250. John Gilchrist, Esq., President of the Committee, was called to the chair ; and the arrival of Mr. Thomson having been an- nounced, the members of Committee, beaded by Sir Charles N...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 28 January 1854

[ADVERTISEMENT.] CLANDESTINE MARRIAGES. To the Editor of the Illustrated Sydney AV/<«. Saturday, 24-th Dec, 1853. Sin, Having1 observed in the Sydney Morning Herald of the 20th inst., a letter from a Presbyterian Clergyman, wherein it is stated that the remarks made by Mr. Wentworth in Council, to the effect that some restraint ought to be placed on Presbyterian ministers, to pre- vent their celebrating clandestine marriages, were unjust, and might be applied to Church of England ministers with equal force, we beg the favour of your publishing the circumstances of a.case, which will, we think, convince the writer that some restraint is ne- cessary to'prevent persons from performing services without due enquiry, which may condemn their fellow creatures to pass a large portion of their existence in a state which we can only describe as a lining death. Mrs. A. B. was a person in reality of bad moral character. Pro- vided with letters of credit, perhaps counterfeit, and publi...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 28 January 1854

NEWS OF THE WEEK. NEW APPOINTMENTS.-His Excellency the Governor-General has been pleased to make the following, appointments during the temporary absence of the Hon. E. Deas Thomson, Esq. :-The Hon. C. D. Riddell,-Esq., to he Acting Colonial Secretary and Registrar of the Records of the Territory of New South Wales.-. The Hon. F. L. S. Merewether, Esq., to he Acting Colonial Trea- surer and Collector of Internal Revenue.-John Stirling, Esq., to he Acting Auditor General.-E. C. Merewether, Esq., to he Agent to the Estates formerly held hy the Church and School Corporation, and Acting. Chief inspector of Distilleries. The Hon. C. D. Riddell, Esq., and the Hon. F. L. S. Merewether, were yesterday Sworn in members of the Executive Council, and took their seats accordingly. DEPARTURE OF THE COLONIAL SECRETARY.-This gentle- man took his departure in the Vimeira, on Wednesday last. The directors of the Sydney and Melbourne Steam Packet Company, had put the Victoria steam-tug at the service...

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 28 January 1854

' ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. Ki'viiUnnces received from ]). M. IV., Singleton ; M. L., Hartley. Récréation is informed that no communication can be inserted without thr' name and address of the writer.

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PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 28 January 1854

PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS. MALCOMS AMPHITHEATRE.-There is not the kast doubt that there has been a very large increase in the attendance this week. This was especially the case on Thursday night, when every part of the house was crowded. The circumstance, that "all Sydney" was -on the qui vive for pleasure, during this universal holiday, would, we daresay, partly account for the unusually large atten- ' dance on that evening-, but we are confident that the highly at- i tractive bill of fare given out by the proprietor, and the varied and | well-arran»ed programme, we're the principal inducements. We ! .may, or moy not, he right in our conjectures, but, if happy faces are any indication of inward pleasure, we have reason lo believe .' That all were highly gratified, and left with the determination of i renewing their visit at some future time. Madame Veilburn has been nightly encored. The grace with which she invests every movenicnt^and the singularly youthful appearance which she presents o...

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THE SOLDIER'S SON; OR, THE 'TRIUMPH OF VIRTUE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 28 January 1854

SHEEP SHEARING IN AUSTRALIA. THE SOLDIER'S SON ; I OR. THE 'TRIUMPH Ol' VIRTUE. Cast thy bread upon the waters, and thou shalt find it after many days " Shall I take your baggage, sir?" said an intelligent-looking boy to a traveller, who .had just arrived at one of the principa hotels at B-. " My servant takes charge of it," replied the gentleman. Struck with the peculiar expression of his countenance, as thc boy retired, the gentleman flung him a piece of money. The boj looked at it with hesitation, and his pale cheek reddened to crimson, Picking it up, he approached the traveller with an air of embar- rassment, "Excuse me, sir," he said ; "I sought employment, not alms." "True, my little son," replied the gentleman, laughing; "hut you surely will not return so small a trifle on my hands." The boy stood for a moment in silence ; his young spirit evi- dently recoiled froimthe idea of appropriating the humiliating gift. He remained twirling it in his fingers. There -was an expression...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. FANCY-COURTING. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 28 January 1854

: ORIGINAL POETRY. FANCY-COURTING. i Come, woo nie, lover, woo>me Like a page in boyhood sweet ; Tims gently come unto me, And kneel down at my feet ; And your blushing brow uprear dear, And your soft modest eyes, A nd beg a lock of my hair, dear With ten thousand thousand sighs.. ~ . No-woo me, lover, woo me Like a dashing soldier bold ; And sweetest rudeness do me, And to your bosom fold. And swear that you will carry me Oil' to the wars to go ; And swear that you willmarryme Whether I will or no. No-woo me, lover, woo me Like a plain gentleman ; And softly whisper to me, And flatter all you can ; And, bending, kiss my lily, . My soft and lily hand Nor look confus'd.and silly, But keep your self-command ! Ah ! woo me, lover, woo me Like all or none of these Howe'er you come unto me You cannot fail to please. Only, woo me, ever woo me Like yourself, O lover mine! And ten thousand may pursue me But for life, dearlove! I'm thine. I IGNOTUS. J

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PRESENTATION OF THE TESTIMONIAL TO E. DEAS THOMSON, ESQ., COLONIAL SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 28 January 1854

, - _ , ,. PRESENTATION 05 THE TESTIMONIAL TO E. DEAS THOMSON, ESQ., COLONIAL SECRETARY. . ? . - -

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"SOLYUNTUR TABULA RISU." [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 28 January 1854

" SOLYUNTUR TABULA RISU." "Mu.. WENTWORTH'S measure has met in England with the reception which Ave predicted for it-" the Bill is thrown out amid shouts of laughter.'" The entire of Great Britain, from John O'G-rott's House to the Lands' Encl, is .011 tlie broad grin. The uncouth officiousness of Vulcan in acting as butler excited not more " inextinguishable laughter" amongst the Homeric ' gods, than that witli . which the crude and childish attempts at constitution making of Messrs. Wentworth and Co. are .convulsing the English people. These gentlemen, if the colonists of New South Wales are not much indebted to them, have laid Punch under a great obligation: they have supplied him gratuitously with an inexhaustible source of merri- ment.' Indeed, the entire British nation is bounden to them : there is not a single class which they have not en- tertained. The nobility and gentry, when they hear of the "high life below stairs" of the Antipodes, simply laugh at an aping of themselve...

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