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NEW CALEDONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 25 February 1854

\ . ; NEW CALEDONIA. "WE this week present bur readers with s'ome.illustrations from the new settlement of the French nation. We are indebted for them to the courtesy of one of the officers of the expedition, who has recently arrived in Sydney thence. Although at the first we were inclined to regret the establishment of a colony, hy the French nation, so near to us, yet, since, it must now be re- garded as un fait accompli. We think .that it will be the part of reason and of interest to accept it cheerfully, and extract from the new order of things as much good to ourselves as possible. It must be evident that, in a commercial point of view, the occupa- tion of this island by the French, will tend to the improvement of the trades of Sydney ; and we are sure that a colony of Englishmen that has a start of upwards of 00 years, and has a devoted and patriotic native population, can have nothing to fear from any political fracas that may perchance render our intimate relations impossibl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 25 February 1854

ARS AL A WINE.-30 quarter-casks and 10 octaves (Hopps). E. W. LAYTON, 10. Bridge-street. CASES PALE BRANDY, choice __Jí£ñ!'(iíi__ E. W. LAYTON^ lXf\ CASES CHAMPAGNE, in pints. E. W. LAYTON. 00 CASES SAUTERNE, in 1 dozen cases. . E. W. LAYTON. CASES CLARET, Margeaux and-St. _ Julien. _ E. W. LAYTON. DOZEN Bvass's Bottled ALE and _ STOUT, ia pints 200 dozen Bass's East India Pale. Ale," in quarts 400 dozen Elliott, Watney, and Co's., Trueman's, and Bryant and.Davies' Stout, quarts. . E. W. LAYTON. mo PRIVATE FAMILIES, Commanders JL of Vessels, &c-Alway« on sale, a large and choice stock of Wines, Spirits, Beer. &c. E. W. LAYTON, Wine and Spirit Merchant, 10, Bridge-street. MUSICAL REPOSITORY, 134, PITT STREET. J JOHNSON AND COMPANY have much pleasure in calling the attention of intending purchasers to their large and varied assortment of Pianofortes, hy BROADWOOD, COLLARD and COLLARD, ALLISON, LAMBERT, TOWNSEND, CADBY, K1RKMAN, RUSSELL, D'ALMAIN, &c, in Rosewoo...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 25 February 1854

I : MINING INTELLIGENCE. : , : BRAIDWOOD.-The news, we/continue.to. receive|.from .theÎ new diggings at the-Woolshed Creekis of.a satisfactory.nature, ' During the week numbers have arrivedfrom Sydney and qtiier'places, and are still, flocking in, Four public-houses are an the course of erection, and will be licensed ; there are a numbér.of stores on the. , creek, all of which are doing a pretty fair business. The prices of provisions, &c, are very low. The number,of licenses issued upf to the date of our last accounts. was .690. Several Jarge sized nuggets had been got.near the surface, and it -was expected hy. the old resident diggers at :Major,'s Creek that some; highly, valuable, discoveries would be brought to light before long. The new comers were distributing themselves over fresh ground, and everywhere they dug found more or less goltL The diggings are particularly, quiet,and orderly;-Goulburn.Herald. ¡ FOREST CR^EK.-The news, from;the Tarrangower Diggings,, on Bryan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 25 February 1854

PERFUMERY. BRUSHES; COMBS, &c. j TCOOK AND COMPANY most respect^ J . fully announce that '.they have j ust re'cei ved a large assortment of the above goods of the very best kinds, as under :-Macassor Oil, Toilet Salts, .Preston Salts, Essences, Cut Toilet Bottles,, Ex- tracts, Dandeline, Cold Cream,, Nursery .Requi- sites, Bridal Lavender, Violet Powder, Pommade, Utility Tablets, Marrow Oil, Cream D'Amarandi, Rypophagon Shaving Paste, Windsor Soap, Almond Soap, Honey Tablets, Dahlia Soap, Vic toria'Tablets, Medallion Tablets, Èaiv de Cologne, Lavender arid "Rose WáteiV inpints¿ ^-pirits, and ^-pint's; Hand Dressing Combs, Turned-over do., Grange's Silver and Ivory ..Pocket:" Combs, Tre- panned Tooth Brushes, Hair Brushes, Infants! clo., Writing Gases, Chess Boards, Black Leather Bags, with locks, Papier Maché Blotters, Crotchet Boxes, Pull-out Needle Books, Russian Pocket Books, Purses, Portmoniais, Cigar Cases, Dress- ing Cases, &c, &c, &c. Sgg?" WAT...

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LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 25 February 1854

: . , LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS. Br the arrival of tile G o'dea Agu on Thursday, we are put in. possession of news from Europe to the 5th December. Affairs in the East do not.seem to have made much farther pro- gress since onr last advices. The 'Times of the 5th December, hi j a leading article, thus speaks in reference tö the war -.-" Our own correspondence^ from St. Petersburgh and Warsaw extends to the j . 24th of November, and, although in those iron-girt cities little is suffered to transpire which conveys an impression of doubt or per [ plexity on the part of the Government, it is clear that the aspect of 1 affairs is viewed there with extreme anxiety and apprehension. The Emperor himself appears to lrave been alternately irritated and de- pressed-annoyed by the evident failure of his political schemes and military operations-irresolute in the adoption pf measures sufficiently decided to carry on the war on a grand scale, or'to con- clude a. lasting- peace. He finds himself, indeed...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. A BALLAD. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 25 February 1854

ORIGINAL POE TR i'. A BALLAD. ?" Oh, fly with me," the Christian said ; i " My steed is swift, mine arm is strong : By love's almighty power sped, Merrily shall we sweep along- ! Oh, fly with me," the Christian said, j " From woe, from tyianny, and dread." As fair, as silent, and as sweet As a soft, storry summer-night, She look'd at him, while to her feet i Her tresses rained their shower bright : j Then, " I will fly with thee," she said, j *' Ev'n should to-morrow see me dead ! " On to the proud back of bia steed / j He lifts the tender loveliness ; ! Then, mounting, to his hottest speed I The gallant courser he doth press- I On, on, my steed! with stride of length,- j Love, freedom, life are in thy strength." ¡ Her arms are round her lover brac'd- j Her head upon his shoulder leans His and her tresses, inter ae'd, ; Mingle their black and golden sheens And, through the cloud, with silver beams i Her forehead's moony crescent gleams.- j Harle! hark! the wind is many-voie'd '"j Wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 25 February 1854

SYDNEY AND MELBOURNE STEAM PACKET . COMPANY. Capital, £100,000, In 5000 Shares of £20 each. DIRECTORS: ll. M. Robey, Esq., .T.P. Chairman. E. C. Weekes, Esq., J.P. Deputy Chairman. ALFRED FAIRFAX, Esq... I G. C. TUTING, ESQ. GEO. A. LLOYD, Esq., J.P. j E. M. SAYERS, Esq. Secretary : John Bridges, Esq. Bankers : 'Bank of Australasia. This Company was originally established as a private enter- prise, and with a limited number of Proprietors. Repeated applications, however, for shares, having been made, it has been agreed to offer a povtion of the stock to the public, hy whose strong" support from the commencement, so high a degree of success has attended the operations of the Company. The following is à brief statement of its objects and present condition. The objects of the Company are more particularly set forth in the deed of settlement as follows - For purch-tsing or building steam-ships for the purpose of trading" with passengers and cargo between the Australian colonies, or betw...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 25 February 1854

BIRTHS.-On the 6th of February, at Terrible Vale, New Eng- land, the wife of W. T. Taylor, Esq., of a daughter. On the 18th instant, at Glebe-street, Mrs. G. W. Butler, of a son. On Tues- day last, 21st instant, at the Glebe, the wife of Mr. Edward Tribe, second officer of the steam-ship London, of a son. On the 22nd, at Woolloomooloo, the wife of Edward Wilbraham Bell, Esq., of a daughter. MARRIED.-On the 16th inst., at St. James' Church, Sydney, Robert Dalzell Ward, lately of St. Vincent, West Indies, to Maria Louisa Moritez, lately of the Island of Madeira. On the 18th inst., at the Congregational School, Pitt-street, Mr. Josiah Mul- lens, of Sydney, to Mary Ann, daughter of the late Mr. Francis Broome, of Newgate-street, London. On the 20th inst., by spe- cial license, at St. Mary's Chapel, James H. Ward, Esq., ol' Ken- tucky, U. S. to Mary Ellen, daughter of John Williams, of Syd- ney. On the same day, at St. Mary's Cathedral, Mr. George Roughan to Miss Judith Donohue, both of ...

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ENTRANCE TO STORM BAY, VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 25 February 1854

ENTRANCE TO STORM BAY, VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. The accompanying sketch is taken from the River Derwent, and gives a very accurate idea of the heads, with the li»ht-house, by moonlight. The scenery at the entrance of this celebrated bay is very interesting. The light-house shews an exceedingly bright light, and must be of great importance to vessels making the port in the nightl ' / '

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THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 4 March 1854

THE MARKETS. POULTRY. Fowls, per pair Ducks " Geese " " Turkeys " " I Pig-eons " " 5 Oto 5 6 5 0 6 0 9 0 10 0 12 0 14 0 1 6 2 GENERAL MARKETS. Butter. per lb. Glenlee do. Wollongong do. Cheese,colbnial Bacon, ditto .. Lard. Eggs. Roasting pigs. 0 6 2 0 5 6 0 2 0 2 9 0 8 0. . 8 0 7. 2' 2 .7 ' ,0 VEGETABLESi Potatoes, cwt. Celery . Cabbages, per dozen. Lettuces. Turnips, p. doz. bunches.... . Parsnips ..... Carrots. ll 0 13 0 4 0 7 0 5 0 10 0 10 2 6 BISCUITS. Wilkie and Mitchell's Prices. Cabin, first, 112lbs., 40s. Pilot, 32s. ; ship, 28s. Meat biscuits, perôOîb. tin, 21s. Wine ditto, per 121b. tin, 13s. Abernethy's, per 301b. tin, 21s. . Butter crackers, 30ib. tin, 21s. Water ditto ditto 20s. IÍAY MARKET. Hay, per ton, £\5 to £25 ? Pumpkins, doz. Peas, pr. bushel Beans, French Onions, pr. cwt. Vegetable mar- row, per doz. 8 O' 14 0 14 0 16 0 6 0 7 0 14 0 18 0 3 0 5 0 Lemons a doz. Bananas " Oranges " Passionfruit " "Water melons Rock melons Apples, bskt. Peaches . ,, Quinces; ,, Pea...

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FASHIONS FOR DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 4 March 1854

FAS IIIQNS FOR D EC li MB E R. If the endeavour to revive short waisted bodies, called corsage a la Marie Louise, has been unsuccessful, perseverance has at length, "by degrees,'succeeded in introducing a "modification which,'avoid- ing either extreme, enables the: skilful artiste to display her talent in producing a graceful and becoming modele. Round and pointed hoods,'so much worn last year, ave no longer fashionaVe ; it may be truly said that they were useless. We presume that the same remark might be extended' to the present fashion of bonnets, which,: according to'all appearance, have ar- rived at the last degree of diminution. Dresses and redingotes of ladies' cloth arc in considerable demand : some persons WÍ¡ r ar e capes of the same material with them. So soon as autumn com- mences, felt, pink, drab, and black plush bonnets are exhibited ; ladies, however, always reject this heavy coiffure, and leave it for' children. With ball dresses,' berthes are mote than ever worn ; t...

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MARINE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 4 March 1854

MARINE INTELLIGEWCE " ARRIVALS.-Feb. 26.-Pau, and City of Melbourne,'''from! Moretón .Bay. 27.-Amelia, from Launceston ; Bertha,', from! Callao; Susan, from Geelong; Julie, Pysche, Antelope (s), Yarrai < Yarra (s), from Melbourne ; Louis and Miriam,. Shamrock, from '] Moreton Bay ; Gipsey, from Twofold Bay ; Lord Burleigh, from Glasgow. 28.--Hindoo, Empress, Cy an thia, Janrietze, and Ca- milla^ from Melbourne ; Emma; from Hobart Town ; Emilia Louisa, from Valparaiso ; Parana, from Shanghae ; Launceston, from Launceston ; Queen Victoria, from London; Star, from 'Warrnambool; Fancy, and Clarissa, froni Twofold Bay. March j.-Gladiator, from London; Estafette, from Melbourne; Phoenician, from Malagas. 2.-Jemima, from Colomco ; Ex- hibitor, from Glasgow ; Asa Packer, from Melbourne; Hermione, from Calcutta ; Lizzie Webber, from Launceston ; Holland Trow, from London. 3.-Eberhard, from Hamburg. DEPARTURES.-Feb. 25.~Mary Lourie, for. the S. S. Islands ; Alecto, for Callao. . 26...

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THE ILLUSTRATED SYDNEY NEWS. ADVANCE AUSTRALIA. SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1854. FALSE HERALDRY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 4 March 1854

SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1854. FALSE HERALDRY. A MATTER has recently occuried which calls for some notioe at our hands, as it affects the character and standing of the profession to which we belong-a profession which wields a vast and incal- culable influence over the public minu,-an influence greater, per- haps, than that of all other professions put together. We feel bound to? contribute our part towards staying an incipient evil, and checking those who would degrade that noble enirine of Zivili- sation, the Press, into the base tool of private malice and unchari- tableness. It is true that the Press, like other professions, contains within it members who are a notorious disgrace:-has a certain por- tion of its body which is diseased. These are the scavengers of Literature-men who, without the most ordinary talents and edu- cation, sweep together all sorts of vile refuse and impure offal, by which to pander to the most vitiated tastes and stimulate the most debasing passions of our natu...

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ENCAMPMENT OF WOOL DRAYS, BARGO RIVER, GOULBURN ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 4 March 1854

ENCAMPMENT OF WOOL DRAYS, BARGO RIVER, GOULBURN ROAD. . ' About four or five miles from Picton, on the Goulburn Road, it is necessary to cross the Bargo River, which point is a favourite camping place for wool drays, in consequence of there being a plentiful and good supply of water. The scenery here is very beautiful, and the rugged rocks forming the bed of the river, with the overhanging trees, combine to make it highly picturesque. Our engraving is from a sketch taken very recently by J. K. Roberts, Esq.

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RAILWAYS FOR NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 4 March 1854

RAILWAYS FOR NEW SOUTH WALES.     ALTHOUGH this may appear a trite and almost exhausted subject for argument, yet its vast importance compels us to urge it on the attention of the public with all that per- tinacity which is necessary to arouse a torpid arid satisfied   community.               Each day furnishes an additional reason why the in- habitants of this city especially should bestir themselves, if they wish to retain the large traffic to the interior which they now possess.                 It is not long since the navigation of the Murray excited their well-grounded fears that the produce of the more   remote districts would be carried down that noble river to the port of Adelaide, and more recently a Railway Com- pany is projected...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 4 March 1854

SYDNEY AND MELBOURNE STEAM PACKET COMPANY. Capital, £100,000, In 5000 Shares of £20 each. DIRECTORS : R. M. Robey, Esq., J.P. Chairman. E. C. Weekes, Esq., J.P. Deputy Chairman. ALFRED FAIRFAX, Esq.,. I G. C. TUTING, ESQ. GEO. A. LLOYD, Esq., .T.P. ; j E. M. SAYERS, Esq.; , Secretary : John Bridges, Esq. , Bankers; Bank of Australasia. This Company was originally established as a private enter- prise, and with a limited number of Proprietors. Repeated applications, however, for shares, having been made, it has been agreed to offer a portion of the stock to the public, by whose strong support from the commencement, so high a degree of success has attended the operations of the Company. The following is a brief statement of its objects and present condition. The objects of the Company are more particularly set forth in the deed of settlement as follows: " For purchasing or building steam-ships for the purpose of trading with passengers and cargo between the Australian colonies, or bet...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 4 March 1854

Mît. JAMES GANNON has the honour to inform the public that he has received instructions from Mr. Emanuel Martin, to sell by public auction, at his Rooms, 296, George-street South, near the Australian Brewery, on Monday next, the 6th of March, That large and extensive property Avell known as the GOLDEN FLEECE Public House, situated in Castlereagh-street, near the Haymarket, ' together with a large Shop and Premises ad- joining. Also Two Houses in the rear, fronting a lane 10 feet wide leading into Campbell-street. The whole block comprising 45 feet frontage to Castlereagh-street, with a depth of 61 feet six inches to the lane. The GOLDEN FLEECE comprises a first rate cellar, a large bar, three parlours, four bed- rooms, with kitchen, stabling, a spacious yard, and iback entrance. The adjoining House comprises four rooms, good yard, and back entrance also. The whole of those houses are substantially built of brick, with a stone foundation, and are let at present to respectable tenants...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 4 March 1854

. . * '.? MIÑIÑG INTELLIGENCE. BALLARAT.-The Ballarat escort arrived on the 24th ultimo, brought down the heaviest amount of gold during the year, viz., : 15,586 ounces. This quantity will go far to confirm the almost incredible success we hear of some parties having'.-Argus. BENDIGO, 20th FEB.-The price of gold is £3 16s. per ounce. -The accounts which are received from the Tarrengower diggings, are still very good. Fresh ground continue&to be opened, add it is pretty certain that a very extensive, as well as rich, gold-field lies among the Brj'ant Ranges. As I am about to visit this new » old-field, I hope in a few days to be enabled to send some authen- tic and interesting details respecting it.-The diggings on and about'the Bendigo begin to present a busier appearance. A great number of persons are engaged in surfacing, carting surface earth, and heaping it against the winter. At Eagle Hawk Gully many j of the old hands have returned, and have commenced forming re- servo...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 4 March 1854

BIRTHS.-On the 26th Febr., at 92, York-street, Mrs. Abraham Cohen, of a daughter. On the 23rd Feb., at Queanbeyan, Mrs. J. J. Wright of a daughter. On the same day, at Crown-street, Sur- rey Hills, Mrs. James Stewart, of a son. On the 27th Feb., at Judge-street, Woolloomooloo, Mrs. J. P. Wareham, of a daughter. On the 28th Feb., at St. James' Parsonage, the wife of the Rev. C. F. D. Priddle, of a daughter. On the 25th ult., at Beulah, Mrs. Percy Pratt, of a son. At her residence, Nithsdale Cottage, Mrs. J. R. Harrison, of a daughter. MARRIAGES.-At Prospect, 23rd ult., J. F. Downey, Esq., late of Aston Hall, Shropshire, England, to Sarah Ann, relict of the late Nelson Lawson, Esq., of Greystanes, in this country. At Christ Church, on the 23rd instant, Alexander F. D. Greville, Esq., to Matilda, eldest daughter of the late Ralph Hindmarsh, Esq. By special license, on the 27th instant, at St. Mary's Chapel, Thomas Jones, Esq., to Susan Carhill, eldest daughter of Mr. Carhill Cooper, of...

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RAILWAYS UPON PUBLIC ROADS.—THE NEW PARISIAN OMNIBUS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 4 March 1854

RAILWAYS UPON PUBLIC ROADS. - THE . NEW ? PARISIAN OMNIBUS. R . A NEW system of rails, which permits th« establishment of rail- ways upon ordinary roads, has just been applied in Paris. No one can. as yet comprehend the immense services. which may be rendered by this new locomotive agency, whether in respect of celerity of communication or the economy of time and money, as well to the centres of population which do not happen to be placed upon the great lines of railway, as in fascinating the interior transactions and communications of great cities. This ney sytem is extremely simple in its conception, is'of easy application, and not expensive ; and the first experiments; in which a Correspondent in, P^ris has himself assisted, leave no doubt of its practicability arid of the advantages of the new mode of conveyance. : A rail constructed upon this principle has been opened at Paris, - from the, Place de la Concorde as far as the Barriere de Passy-a length of about two miles and a ha...

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