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THE NEWS BY THE MAIL. OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENCE. London, 3rd Decombor, 1869. THE QUEEN'S VISIT TO THE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 29 January 1870

THE NEWS BY THE MAIL. I OUE LONDON CORRESPONDENCE. London, 3rd Decombor, 1869. I THB QUEEN'S VISIT TO THE CITY. ! Monday, tho 6th November -will stand as a groat ? day in the annals of the City of London. Tho ' Queen visited the city for the fourth time during her 1 reign, and marking an interval of eighteen years since the citizens were similarly honoured, hut the j presence of her Majesty was not so much appreciated for this special occasion as for .the indication it gav« j of breaking through her lengthened retirement from I public ceremonies, which has so long been the subject 't of comment, and even dissatisfaction. Grout preparations wero made for tho opening ot the now bridge at Blackfriars, but the form was made as brief as possible. Tho Lord Mayor met her Majesty upon the bridge, and presented an address without reading it. The purport of the document was to welcome her Majesty, and explained that tho growing traffic of the city rendered increased accom modation necessary, ...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 29 January 1870

BIRTHS. On the 15th January, at her residence, Verona Cottage, Queen-street, Grafton, the wife of Frederick George Crouch, of a son. On tho 20th January, at Sion House, Armidale, the wife of Matthew St. Clair, Esq., of a daughter. On the 15th January, at her residence, Oronoko House, Globe Point, the wife of Mr. P. C. Williams, builder, of a son. On the 16th January, at her residence, 55 Botany Road, Mrs. John Buchanan, of a daughter. Both doing well. On the l6th January, at her residence, Bechleigh Vale, Five Dock, the wife of William C. Uhr, of a daughter. On the 18th January, at her residence, Derwent-street, Glebe, Mrs. Malcom Graham, of a son. On tho 18th January, at her residence, 278 George-street, the wife of J. B. North, of a daughter. On the 20th January, at her residence, 72 Riley-street, Mrs. H. D. Martyn, of a daughter (prematurely). MARRIAGES.   On the 1st January, at Roma, Queensland, by the Rev. C. Spencer, William John Stockdale, to Mary, eldest daughte...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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Coroner's Inquest. MYSTERIOUS CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 29 January 1870

Coroner's Inquest. MYSTERIOUS OASE. Tho inquest upon the hotly of the young woman, Margaret Boyce, who was found floating in the water near Pyrmont Bridge on the morning of Wednesday 19th instont, lias been held before the Oitj' Ooronor at tho Observer Tavern, Georgo-street. Tho evidence was as follows : Bichard Holt Thaine stated that ho kept a restaurent at 474 George-street. He identified the body as that of a servant woman named Margaret Boyce, formeriy in Iiis employ. She had resided with him about two years. The last time witness saw lier alive was at about a quarter-past 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon, at his place. She was very sober and steady in her habits. Last night was her evening out, and she was supposed to return home by 10 o'clock. Witnoss closed about midnight, but did not know at that time whether deceased had returned or not, nor did ho know whe ther she went out by herself, although he knew that sho had gone. He himself returned home, from Perry's Hotel, Pitt-str...

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Contents of the Fourth Issue. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 29 January 1870

Contents of the Fourth Issue. j Late Telegrams-Editorial Notes-Meeting of Squatters Coal Fields Deputation .. .. .. 1 .. 2, 3 Opening of Parliament-Steam Communication via San Francisco. .. .. .. .. .. .. 4 Mysterious Case-Inquest on Margaret Boyce-Births, Deaths, and Marriages-Impounding*, &c... .. G Correspondence-Dubbo-Victoria-News by the Mail .. 0, 7 Leading Articles-Pastoral Combination-Self-help for Farmers andFruit-growers-Colonial Preserved Meat.. 8 Mon of tho Age: Mr. Peabody (with portrait) .. .. 1) The Grazier : Compound for Destroying Burrs in "Wool Cause of Abortion in Cattle-How Weeds are Propa gated-The Northern Agricultural Association. Accli matisation : Bearing Silkworms in the Open Air .. 10 The Cultivator : "Wino for the Million-Progress of the Australian Wino Trade-New South Wales asa Sugar Country-Orchards and Orange Groves of Parramatta Improvement in Machinery for Husking Corn (willi diagram)- Curing Green Hay-How to Economise Bones -Poultry Keeping-...

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The Volunteers. VOLUNTEER ENCAMPMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 29 January 1870

The Volunteers. VOLUNTEER ENCAMPMENT. ' IT ia time tho Vohmteors -were bestirring themselves, if it is intended to havo an encampment this year. We believe wo are correct in saying that it was the intention of the authorities to hold an oncampment at Easter timo last year, and that not only was tho money voted by Parliament, but that each officor commanding furnished a list of names of those members of their respective corps who were willing to go into camp. Having got thus far (after hoing disappointed in previous years), the men wero in high glee, thought it would bo an accomplished fact at last, and looked forward to the realisation of the; j hopes and tho possibility of learning tho routine of camp life-a very necessary part of a soldier's duties. But, a tow weeks before tho time,, ap-plica tion was made to head-quarters at Melbourne, for the loan of tho military tents which were lying in store here, and refused by the GenerpJ, upon grounds which it- is needless to oxphvm. That ...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AQUATICS. GREAT FOUR-OARED RACE FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP OF ENGLAND AND FOUR HUNDRED POUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 29 January 1870

AQUATICS. GREAT FOUR-OARED RACE FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP OF ENGLAND AND FOUR HUNDRED POUNDS. The first of the great race between the picked men of London and Newcastle, the representative crews of the Thames and the Tyne, came off on Friday. November 5, over the champion course from Putney to Mortlake, and was -witnessed by a large assemblage of spectators, although a pouring rain, which set in about noon, must have kept some hundreds away. The following are the names and weights of the respective sides : THE THAMES CREW.-1, Joe Sadler, Putney, list; 2, Henry Kelly, Fulham, lOst 121b ; 3, "NV. Messenger, Teddington, list 71b ; George Hammerton, Teddington (stroke), lOst 71b; G. Hammerton, junior (coxswain), 3st 81b. THE TYNE GREW.-1, James Taylor, Ouseburn, lOst; 2, Thomas Winship, Derwenthaugh, lOst 111b ; 3, John Martin, Newcastle, list 91b ; James Renforth, Gates head (stroke), list 111b ; M. Hall (coxswain), 3st 121b. The home crew won the toss. Notwithstanding the drenching ram, th...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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English Sporting News. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 29 January 1870

English Sporting News. THE TURF. The racing season in England has come woll nigh to an end ; not, however, without suriplying a sensation that will last for some weeks yet to come. Sir Joseph Hawley had entered three horses-Lictor, Siderolite, and Blue Gown-for tho Liverpool Autumn Cup. They were all favourably weighted, and, as usual, tho betting fraternity pounced upon the one (Siderolite) they thought'. best in," and brought him to a very short price without the owner having a shilling "on." Sir Joseph had not then tried his horses ; when he did, Lictor was found to be best, and the pen was at once put through the names of the other two. Immediately an outcry was raised against Sir Joseph Hawley, and a scurrilous scribe in the Sporting Times, and the Man Ahmt Town, who wrote under the disguise of " The Outsider," charged Sirg Joseph, in the most offeusive manner, with "milking" and other fraudu lent turf practices. Summonses were at once talton out against the publisher and edito...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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Steam Communication with Europe via California. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 29 January 1870

Steam Communication with. Europe via California. Tho following copy of a lotter received by the mail has been handed to ns for publicntion : [Corv.] " Rectory-house, Martin's-lane, Cannon-street, " London, E.C., 3rd December, 1S69. " To the Honorable tho Chief Secretary of State for Now South Wales. " Honorable Sir,-"We have tho honour to inform you that a committee of English and Australian fontlemen having been formed in tho month of eplember last, with tho object of establishing a now, cheap, rapid, and improved ronto between Europe and Australia through America, in less than forty days, effecting a saving of 20 per cent, in lime and 40 per cont, in money, havo now concluded arrange ments for tho intended service by moans of a lino of steamers from Milford Haven to Portland, and another line in correspondence from Sim Fran cisco to Sydney, by a company, to be styled thc Atlantic and Pacific Mail Steamship Corporation, which company will bo prepared to submit to you a tender for c...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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Meeting of Squatters. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 29 January 1870

Meeting of Squatters. ON Tuesday afternoon a meeting of gentlemen inter ested in squatting pursuits was held at Curvoisier's Hotel, George and King streets. There were about fifty gentlemen present, amongst whom were Messrs. George King, M.P., A. Dight, M.P., Hon. Wm. Busby, Hon. J. Richardson, Hon. G. H. Cox, G. "VV. Lord, M.P., W. J. Dangar, A. Loder, Sloper Cox, J. De V. Lamb, E. P. Simpson, P. N. Trebeok, J. Smith, T. E. Lane, J. S. Farnell, M.P., "VV. Furlonge, S. B. Dight, H. Mort, J. A. Turner, E. K. Cox, R. Lawson, E. Vickery, J. G. Church, John Eales, Finch, D. Trail, Dr. Morris, A. Morris, W. Fraser, H. Beit, Tindall, ll. H. Denn, J. Ross, W. Bowman, H. Macdonald, and several others. The Hon. G. H. Cox was voted to the chair, and read a letter from Mr. Francis "White, of Singleton, regretting non-attendance and favouring the movement. The chairman stated the object of the meeting, which had been called by circular. Squatters, he said, had been taunted with apathy and want ...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 29 January 1870

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. . At noon, a largo number of mombors having made their .appearance, tho Clerk of the Assombly read hit Excellency the Governor's proclamation summoning thc Parliament for tho despatch of business. Tho Clork also reported the rocoipt, from the Colo nial Secretary, of a list of membors returned to serve in tho present Legislative Assombly ; together with thc wilts of election, as returned by thc various Returning officers at the late general oleotion. Tho Usher of tho Black Rod brought down a message from tho Legislativo Counoil, requesting the prcsonce of hon., members in that Chamber, for the purpose of hearing her Majesty's commission read. . On re-assem bling,. Tho Hon. SAUL SAMUEL nnnounoed the receipt of a commission" from Iiis Excollency the Governor, ompowqring tho Hon. Saul Samuel, the Hon. William Forstor,' and William Munnings Arnold, Esq., to ad minister tbe oath of allegiance to tho members of the Assombly. , Tho namcs^ of tho mombers were then calle...

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REUTER'S LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAM. TO GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY, SYDNEY. London, December 24, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 29 January 1870

REUTER'S LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAM. TO ORBVIIil-E'S TELEGRAM COMPANY, BÍDNEY. London, December 24, 1869. Two infantry regiments aro under orders to pro ceed immediately to Ireland. Lord Claud Hamilton, a Conservative, has been elected member for King's Lynn. The anniversary of the siege of Londonderry passed oil' quietly. The report of'tho death by drowning of Sir Staf ford Northcote has been contradicted. - Professor Maine has been appointed Professor of Jurisprudence for Oxford. The Berlin correspondent of the Times states that the Emperor of the French has proposed a general dis I armament to the Courts of St. Petersburgh, Vienna, Florence, Berlin, and probably London, j Mr. Otway, in his ' speech to his constituents, said the Government had received satisfactory explana tions from tho Russian Government respecting the advances they arc making into Central Asia. He also said that tho safety of the Indian Empire depended upon our ruling for the benefit of the people, which being don...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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Theatrical Matters. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 29 January 1870

Theatrical Matters. "WHEN Mr. Coppin waa hero upon the occasion of his introduction of Mr. Heller from America, he said that he would always prefer to introduce stars in Australia first to a Sydney audience, as in this city they were botter able to establish their position from tho fair play afforded them by critics. Here they wore said to ba moro generous and indulgent to strangers, than was the case with their brother scribes in the sister metro polis. Certainly, with regard to tho leading actors that have appeared since the present management at the Prince of "Wales Opera House, have directed affairs, there has been little reason to find fault. Following the Christmas pantomine, generally, the dramatic season of tho year commences with the introduction of some, new star, and this year is no exception to the rule. Herr Bandmann, a German tragedian of eminence, will make his first appearance on Saturday evening,' in a character which has gained him consider able renown in England. ...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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English Commercial. LATEST CITY INTELLIGENCE. (From the Evening Standard, December 3.) [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 29 January 1870

English Commercial. LATEST CITY INTELLIGENCE. (From thc Evening Standard, December '¿.J I The demand for discount at tho Bank is moderate. In other quarters it is not tho amount of paper offer ing:, .hut the scarcity of capital which tends to strengthen rates ; no bills being done under 2¿ per cent. Thc amount of paper falling duo both to-day and to-morrow is, howover, something considerable. Consols are unchanged at 92¿ to !)2.j ox div. for money, and 92;} to 02j] ex div., for tho account. New and Reduced Three per Cents., 92 to !)2¿ ; India Five per Cents., 112 to 112A ex div. ; Bank Stock. 238 to 240 ; India Stock, 212" to 214 ; ditto Enfaced Paper Four per Cents., 91" to 92}- ; ditto Enfaced Paper Five por Couts., 105 to 100 ; ditto Enfaced Taper Five-and holf per Cents, 110 to 111 ; ditto Bonds, 20s to 25s prom. Colonial Government securities continue steady. Now South Wales 5 per cents., 1888-90, 1013d to 102} ; New Zealand 5 per cent, consolidated, 93.} to 93.J : Queensland (...

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Annual Meeting of the Northern Agricultural Association. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 29 January 1870

Annual Meeting of the Northern Agricultural Association. The annual meeting of the mombers of the North ern Agricultural Association was holden at tho Royal Hotel, Singleton, on "Wednesday, tho 19th January, S. B. Dight, Esq., ono of tho vice-Presi dents, occupying tho chair. About forty mombors were present. Mr. DIGHT called upon tho Secrotary, Mr. 0. Popponhagon, to read tho second annual report 01 tho Association, which formed a highly satisfactory record of tho transactions for the past year; and tho continued, or rather continuous prosperity of the Society. Considerable improvements, involving a cost of £202 14s 6d, lind boen made on tho show ground, and it appears that a marked improvement was manifostat the last exhibition in the compilation of the schedule of prizes, moro especially in tho stock department and colonial manufactures. Tho show, which took placo on the 26th August, 1869, proved in every respect highly successful. Tho large amount of £178 17s 8d was taken at tho...

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THE CULTIVATOR. Wine for the Million. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 29 January 1870

THE CULTIVATOR. Wine for the Million. THE production of wines has long been recognised as one of tho great branchesof industry by which tho advancement of Australia is to bo promoted. It is no longer necessary to demonstrate the fitness of tho soil and climate of New South "Wales for this purpose. Winos produced in this country have been com mended at Royal and Imperial tables in Britain and Europe by judges of tho highest» repute. This has been dono long ago. It is now quito an old familiar story, repeated year after year, that Australian wines have been introduced in cognito among tho choicest products of the Rhino and tho Ebro, and pronounced by connoisseurs to bo of first-rate quality. But, though praisod in terms that ought to satisfy the ambition of the most aspiring colonists, the wines of Australia are not much used. Turning to the latest table of exports, we find the total receipts for wine amount in tho year to only £29,631,-a sum lie low the gross receipts of nàany a sing...

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Rearing Silk Worms in the Open Air [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 29 January 1870

Rearing Silkworms in the Open Air IN a recent communication I noticed tho fact of a I Dr. Gintrac of Bordeaux having succeded in rearing 1 silkworms in the open air. An eye-witness has now addressed a paper on this interesting subject, which concerns all those who have wives and daughters, and consequently drosses to pay for, to the Société d' Acclimatation. The author of the paper in question says that open air rearing had been tried by Marshal Valliant in 1858 at Milan on about forty worms ; then more extensively in 1860 by Count Taverna ; and further by various others as a matter of experiment ; but it had not as yet been practised as a regular source of revenue. This year Dr. Gintrac opemted on four ounces of seed (that is, on about 160,000 silkworms) obtained from different persons. About half of them were the descendants of twelve ; they had been reduced to seven by the ravages of pebrine ; they had been reared by Dr. Jeannel in 1864 for tho sako of giving practical instructio...

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New Zealand. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 29 January 1870

New Zealand. We understand that the Secretary of tho Acclimate I sation Society of New Zealand. has received advices of a small shipment of rooks, chaffinches, yellow-hammers, linnets, and greenfinches by the City of Auckland, which sailed from London on the 19th October. Only three rooks could be obtained at the time of shipment, and these wore presented by the Superintendent of the Zoological Gardons. It will give some idea of the trouble and expense attending the introduction of certain birds, if we state twenty-f our guinea-pigs were shipped at the same timo to afford the rooks a con tinual Bupply of fresh meat during the voyage; and this again necessitated a further shipment of special food; as carrots, oats, maize, barley-meal, chaff, wheat, hay, &c. We hope they will arrive safely, and have no doubt they will, liko other distinguished strangers, receive a hearty welcome. It is with regret we learn that only one of the cassowaries from tho Solomon Telonio on/1 ir.!.!/....

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Turf Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 29 January 1870

Turf Talk. [By EMIMUS.] TATTERSALL'S Oup has hean run, for and won, and as a matter of course, all the knowing people have boen busy expressing thou- opinion of the result of the race. Some of the remarks I heard during the last fortnight were as follows :-" If Phoebe was'nt held back waiting on Warwick, she must have won," "The Baron was pulled," "Carnation would never have been caught, if she had been nursed in the early part of the race," " if tbo Earl had boen hold in, he would have won in a trot." Now, it is rather hard that Mr. Bradbury cannot win a race with his little pet -without getting abused for it, and being told it was a fluke. I am of opinion that Al won the race on her merits, for this reason. Thero was neither a Barb, a Glencoe, nor a Tim Whiffler in tho race ; none of the horses entered were called upon to do the two miles under 3 min. 43 secs. Al could do tho distance in that time, and favoured by her Ugh ?. weight she did it a shade under. Mr. Bradbury's mare des...

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Aquatics. THE ANNIVEKSARY REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 29 January 1870

Aquatics. THE ANNIVERSARY REGATTA. Owing- probably to tho numerous and varied attrs tions elsowhoro, tho Regatta was this year not sa w patronised us it usually is. First Race-For all youths under 1G years of aj: pulling a pair of seuils in dingies, not exceedi twelve feet on tho keel. From tho Flagship, roui Fort Denison and bucle to Flagship. First prize, £ second, £2. Entrance, 7s. Gd, Tim Whiffler-J. (ireenless Kangaroo-E. Clark Tommy Dodd-J. Hayes , Alarm-F. Yates ' Second Race.-For all bona fide amateurs, pullb a pail- of sculls in light skiffs-to be handicappe From Dawes' Point, round Fort Donison and sh Vernon, and back to flagship. Prize, value £1 Entrance, £1 ls. Tho Barb, 20 lbs.-M. Rush Sailor Prince, a feather-E. H. Barton Tim Whinier, 10 lbs:-J. Harrison Rosina, 15 lbs.-J. E. Myora Elvira, a fcathor-T. E. "Willis Barbolle, 5 Iba. -E. Palmer. THIHD RACE.-For all bona fide pulling dingie without fins, not exceeding fifteen feet overall, und canvas. From their own mooring...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 29 January 1870

E V E NI N G- LIST BARGAINS! BARGAIN'S ! ! For thia "Week, a: Leader, Charters, and Company's, Cheapside Houses, 85, 165, 167, and 109, . South Hoad Road; . and at LEADER'S CHEAPSIDE HOUSE, 74 WiUitun atrcet, "Woolloomooloo. Published every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, AND SATURDAY*. For the convenience of all customers who wish to save 6s in tho 20s, in Town and the Country. BARGAIN No. 1. PERFECTLY ASTONISHING. Thousands of beautiful household dresses, fast colours, new materials ls lljd thc dress, worth 5s Cd. BARGAIN No. 2. " PERFECTLY ASTOUNDING. Thousands of every day hats for Ladies ; hats for the Garden ; the Picnic : tho Evening Walk. White and black Jtraw hats Cjd, white and black straw hats OJd, satin and pearl straw Hats 1'2id, tuscan mushroom hats ls lld, boys hats ribbon-trimmed, ls OJd. BARGAIN No. 3. UNPARALLELED. Hundreds of gontlomen'3 white ground crimean shirts 3s Hd caoh, worth 8s (ld; hundreds of gentlemen's melton shirts 2s lld each, wortli 7s Od ; hundreds of boys' and...

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