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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 18 January 1873

I TO SPORTSMEN. FIREARMS AND AMMUNITION. CHEAP SINGLE-BARREL GUNS, by "Evans,'' " Hollis,"and.other makers DOUBLE BARREL GUNS, by « Greener,'! "Riley," " Wellington," " Hollis find Son" . ' EVERY WEAPON GUARANTEED PROOF, of all prices, and various degrees of finish THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF FIREARMS IN" THE COLONIES, always on view PIGEON MATCH GUNS DUCK GUNS, four and five feet barrels BREECH-LOADER SH3T GUNS, pin or central fire, ? self half-cocking side. grip. Specimens of the new mechanical improvements in closing the breech All the latest improvements in BRE15CK-LO A.DING RIFLES, comprising Snider Needle Guns, " Chasse pot," " Maynard," the 15-shot "Henry," " Reming- tons," American, &c. SALOON RIFLES REVOLVERS on the Needle and Breech-loading .? .principle, "Tranter's," " Le Fauchea\ix," "Deni son's," "Colt's," Rim and Central Fire CHEAP . MUZZLE-LOADING RIFLE CARBINE for use on horseback PE.*. RIFLES. ROOK RIFLES AMMUNITION. Lawrence's "Battle" Gunpowder (coarse), for...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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MR. RAWORTH'S WATER-COLOUR PAINTINGS OF NEW ZEALAND SCENERY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 18 January 1873

MR. EA WORTH'S WATER-COLOUR PAINTINGS OF NEW ZEALAND SCENERY. I THERE are few people resident in Sydney who are aware of the magnificent scenes to be met with in the neighboui-ing colony of New Zealand, and still fewer who have had un opportunity of visiting them. People in Australia who have the means and taste for enjoying the beautiful, think nothing of a pilgrimage of sixteen thousand miles to secure lake and mountain scenery, which does not surpass, if it equals, the lovely and picturesque landscapes with which New Zealand abounds. We owe a debt of gratitude to Mr.. Raworth for the rare and extensive collection of pictures which he has been engaged some years in making, and we are quite certain that all who love to look upon Nature in her grand or placid moods, will do well to secure an inspection of these paintings.. The public are so often invited to patronise pcture exhibitions which only -disappoint,. that they get weary of speuding time and money on visiting them. This is ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 18 January 1873

- VICTORIA; INSURANCE COMPANIES. FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE; LIFE ASSURANCE, áud \ \ , . FIDELITY GUARANTEE. , . 1 .UNITED CAPITAL. £2,200,00 LOCAL DIRECTORS : ' George Thorne, Esq. | J. de V. Lamb, Esq. FIRE DEPARTMENT.-Reduced Rates on first-. . class properties. MARINE RISKS at lowest current rates. FIDELITY GUARANTEE Policies issued at Pre iHiiums from los. per cent., with periodical reductions. LIFE ASSURANCE combined with Guarantee, or : separate, upon favourable terms. , Forms ot Proposal and full particulars upon applica- tion to the Resident Secretaiy, or any of the agencies -throughout the colony. NEW SOUTH WALES BRANCH : NEW PITT STREET, SYDNEY. FREDERICK J. JACKSON, f Resident Secretary. ' . D AH O L L A N . PRACTICAL BILL POSTER. Bills faithfully posted by Night or Day. All orders .directed to A. HOLLAND, 151 Clarence Street North, ,punctually attended to. HENRY'S ~~~~f COLONIAL: OINTMENT., IMPORTANT to persons suffering from Old Sores, Eruptions, Burns, Scalds, Sore Hea...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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THE TODD DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 18 January 1873

.THE TODD DEMONSTRATION. ON Friday, 15th November, what may justly be called a national celebration took place in Adelaide, in commemoration of the establish- ment of telegraphic communication between Australia and the great centres of civilization in the old world. The day was observed as a public holiday. At half past ten o'clock the officers and men engaged in the construction of the telegraph met Mr. Todd in. the quadrangle of the post-office, where the muster-roll was called, and tickets for admission to the day's festivities were distributed. The Albert bells also began ringing shortly after ten o'clock, and the streets soon assumed a gay and busy appearance. At a quarter past . eleven the members of the expedition were formed into the order of procession in the ball of the post-office, and headed by Schrä- der^ band, playing lively airs, they marched along King William-street, thence to the Ex- hibition Building. There were about 150 men, including the officers. Detachments o...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 18 January 1873

A.RÍRXVJLIL OE USTEW GOODS FOR THE PRESENT SEASON. W. SMITH T) ESPECTFULLY invites his FRIENDS and the PUBLIC GENERALLY to Lis in-, JA) creased STOCK OF SUMMER GOODS FOR GENTLEMEN'S WEAR, by the MAIL SHIP " BEHAR" JUST ARRIVED, and by RECENT SHIPMENTS JUST LANDED. - GENTLEMEN'S superior White Shirts, with FRENCH WRISTS, to button behind or HI front, 40s.: the HALF-DOZEN. MILITARY fronted Shirt, Plain or EMBROIDERED. PRINTED CAMBRIC SHIRTS, with collars to match, 40s. the HALF-DOZEN. INDIAN FLAX and LORN SATTEEN Shirts, 33s. the Half-dozen. ; PRINTED CAMBRIC, in the piece, the latest assortment in tho trade, quite new patterns. Samples and Measurement Cards sent per post. .SST ANGLO-INDIAN SHIRTINGS.-This celebrated material combines the properties of FLAN- NEL and SILK, being perfectly absorbent, NON-IRRITANT, possessing great strength, and. GUARANTEED NOT TO SHRINK. A large variety of good patterns. Samples and measurement cards sent free. PARTICULAR NOTICE is drawn to this most us...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 18 January 1873

PUBLIC NOTICE.-The attention of the public is specially directed to the wonder- ful efficacy of RAN DEUTON'S PODOPHYLLIN LOZENGES, in all cases of Biliousness, Indigestion, and Costiveness. All who have not already tried them should do so without delay, for by their timely use ia. many cases serious illness may be averted. lu Is. and 2s. boxus, from all Chemists and Store- , keepers throughout tho colonies. Wholesale from EU WA RI) ROW and CO.; . ELLIOTT 15 ROT H LÎ RS, Pitt-st.; and tho Proprietor,. E. S. SANDERSON, ? CHEMIST, 413 GEORGE STREET. "

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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MR. HORSFALL'S DAIRY MANAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 18 January 1873

MR. HORSFALLS DAIRY MANAGE- MENT. MR. HORSFALL, in his Prize Essay in the Journal of the Royal -Agricultural Society of England, vol. xvii., p. 261, gives the follow- ing statement respecting his mode of manage- ment. . It is to ha noted that Mr. Horsfall has two great objects in view in carrying out his plan,-the maintaining the supply of rich milk for butter-making, and the fatten- ing of the animal. Under ordinary circum- stance, cows lose in condition while giving milk ; the elements of food which should go otherwise to fatten them being diverted from this, and converted into the ? components of milk, cheese, or butter. When no longer profitable as milk-givers, the cows are sold to be fattened for the butcher, "or other- wise replenished for the use of the dairy keeper." Mr. Horsfall being so circum- stanced as te require a supply of rich milk for "butter, and as he not only fattened his cows, but purchased others to fatten in addi- tion, he was led to devise a method of feed- i...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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DIRECTIONS FOR CANNING FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 18 January 1873

DIRECTIONS FOR CANNING FRUIT. To ensure success in canning fruit and. vege- tables, but two things are necessary-that the fruit should be thoroughly hot when placed in the cans, and that these should be perfectly sealed. As far as our experience goes, we have found nothing superior to tin cans, soldered up by the tinner ; but the tinner cannot be had by persons in the country ; and there is often much vexation in attempting to have him at the exact hour and moment when wanted. There are various jars and cans, which are self-sealing, to be obtained, and where it is certain that these are what they profess to be, it Í3 easiest to use them ; but not much should be risked upon uncertainty. Some kinds of earthen jars and jugs are so porous as to be incapable of being rendered air-tight. It is highly desirable that fruit and vege- tables to be preserved should be fresh-that the process of decay and fermentation should not have commenced in them. Fruits are kept in better condition by addi...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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NEW PROCESS OF CLEANING WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 18 January 1873

NEW PROCESS OP CLEANING WOOL A. NEW mernoo, ot cleaning wool, preparatory to its manufacture, was shown in operation a short time ago at Cleg Hall Mills, near Rochdale, by the patentees, in the presence of many manufacturers and scientific men. The object of the gathering was to exhibit to as many persons as possible a new process of cleaning one of our chief textile materials, in respect of which every improvement must claim the attention of Yorkshire manufac- turers and of all who are interested in wool, home or foreign, and especially the latter. Everyone in the trade is familiar With the defects of the present system of preparing wool for manufacture. The cleaning agent chiefly employed now is alkali, which is said to have a tendency to deprive wool of some of its valuable properties. Tn the patented process of Messrs. Toepler fusel oil and cold water are the cleaning agents. The patentees claim for this process the following advantages :-A saving of 5 per cent, in fibre ; that ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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Shifts and Contribanres AVAILABLE IN WILD COUNTRIES, WATER (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 18 January 1873

Äöittö" anti Contribanres AVAILABLE IN WILD COUNTRIES, I By FRANCIS GALTON, F.B.G.S. WATER (Continued.) To DIG WELLS, AND TO WATKR CATTLE PROM . THEM.-lu default of spades, water is to be dug for with a sharp-pointed stick : take this in both hands, and, holding it upright like a dagger, stick and dig it about in the ground, then clear out the loose earth with the left hand. Continue thus working with the stick and hand alternately, and a hole as deep as the arni is easily burrowed out. In making a larger well, the earth must be loosened in precisely the same way, and handed up to the surface, and carried off by means of a bucket or bag, in default of a shovel and wheelbarrow. After digging deeply, the sand will often be found just moist, no water actually lying in the well ; but do not, therefore, be dis- heartened ; wait awhile, and the water will collect. After it has once begun to ooze through the Bides of the well, it will continue to do so much more freely. Therefore, on arriv...

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SALE OF THOROUGHBRED STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 18 January 1873

SALE OP THOROUGHBRED STOCK. WK have only just time to insert a short ' notice of the excellent sale Mr. G. F. Want affected, on Thursday, of some splendid young thoroughbred bulls from Greystanes, (Walter Lambs, Esq.) They were sold at Messrs. Hawke and Wright's, late Martyn's yard, in the presence of a large and appreciative as- sembly of the principal cattle-breeders of the colonies, and as these sales are to be annual, judging from the present attendance, we believe they will be a great success. We can ouly give the prices brought as our familiar devil is loudly crying for the copy. We shall have more to say of them-now,.sir Imperial Purple 23rd was secured by Mr. Wilson for 100 guineas j Greenknowes by Mr. Davenport at 220 guineas ; Rosebud's Butterfly 3rd, 100 guineas, by Mr. Lam- rock ; Count Butterfly, by Mr. Wilson for another 100 guineas ; making Mr. Lamb's an average of £155 8s. per head. This will pay, and we yet trust to see Mr. Lamb's courage and enterprize yet more ful...

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Ladies' Column. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 18 January 1873

bâtîtes* Column. THE QUEEN- OP SPAIN'S SHOE.-There is a well-authenticated story of a poor woman, not precisely a beggar, but who had a peti- tion to present, the prayer of which was, of course, a limosna, who pounced upon the queen just as she was coming out of the garden of the Retiro. Her player was very soon heard ; but, unhappily, when her Majesty felt in her pocket, she found that she had no money. Kings, queens, millionaires, and theatrical managers, never have ready money about them enough to pay for a cab or a turnpike. "Come to the palace to-morrow,'' said the queen to the petitioner. "Alas!" replied' the woman, " the servants will not let me pass." Whereupon, it is upon record, Donna, Isabella de Bourbon, stooping down, took off one of her shoes, and gave it to the suppliant as a token and a sign that she might be al- lowed next day to pass the palace gates and have her claim attended to. ONE SPECIES OF INSANITY.-Did you ever see a woman who was possessed by the house- cl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 18 January 1873

FITZGERALD & COLLINS, COACI-ÏBU1LDERS, 297 & 299 CASTLEREAGH ST., SYDNEY. BUILDERS of every description of American Car . riages, Budgies, Waggons, «fcc. Awarded Prizo Medal at the Inst Metropolitan Intercolonial Exhibi- tion. E. ami C. ave in a position to execute all orders with the greatest dispatch, and of tho best description mid material, having workmen unsurpassed, together with the large-it stock of the finest English Ash and American Hickory in the.colony. ME. J. J. LACH AU ME, SURGEON-DEIST 1ST, 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. LAOHAUME'.S own platina paste,-rendering any decayed tooth as good as ever. Teeth extracted with Ilia new apparatus without pain. fillUU UflUllllÜ.,, SURGICAL AND MECHANICAL DENTIST, DESIRES to notify that he continues to supply the inimitable Mineral Artificial T...

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THE BAMBOO AND ITS USES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 18 January 1873

THE BAMBOO AND ITS USES. TH rc Bamboo belongs to the natural order Giamineo, or the grasses, and embraces a number of 9pecies, all of which-are gigantic, tree-like, branching grasses, natives of the warmer regions of Eastern Asia, the Indian Archipelago, and tropical America. The stems are hollow, jointed, hard externally, and coated with a silicious or flinty glaze. The reed bamboo (Bambusa antndinacea) is perhaps, the most common species. In some i districts of Further India it covers immense tracts, forming a dense jungle, and rising occasionally to the height of 40 or 50 feet I (other rarer varieties rite sometimes to the height of 00 or 80 feet). It is at once majestic and elegant, and impresses, upon the traveller, as much, perhaps, as the palm, the peculiar aspect of a tropical region. The bamboo is one of the most useful and valuable plants which the Author of nature has bestowed on the natives of the countries where it grows, and some idea of its multi- farious uses may be ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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ELECTRIC TELEGRAPHS AND RAILWAYS BETWEEN SYDNEY AND LONDON NOT IMPOSSIBLE. A REPRINT OF SOME PAPERS ON THAT SUBJECT, PUBLISHED IN THE YEARS 1852 AND 1854. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 18 January 1873

ELECTRIC TELEGRAPHS AND RAIL- WAYS BETWEEN SYDNEY AND LONDON NOT IMPOSSIBLE. A REPRINT OF SOME PAPERS ON THAT SUB- JECT, PUBLISHED IN THE YEARS 1852 AND 1854. By the late John Thompson, Esq., a Deputy Surveyor-General of N.S. W. And the sixth Angel ponied out his Vial upon the great Uiver Euphrates ; and the water thereof was dried up, that the way of the Kings of the East might be prepared.^-REVELATIONS, xvi., 12.

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THE LATE MR. J. THOMPSON'S PROJECTED RAILWAY AND TELEGRAPH TO LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 18 January 1873

THE LATE MR. J. THOMPSON'S PRO- JECTED RAILWAY AND TELE- GRAPH TO LONDON. A FEW -days ago we received here in Sydney, the almost antipode to London, the sad news of the death of that great man and Emperor, Louis Napoleon, within a few hours of the melancholy occurrence. The means-the electric telegraph-by which this rapid trans- mission of this important event is thus flashed across the earth, is not much older in its complètement. [ts establishment, when first bruited, met with general ridicule and contempt, until it became the accompli, has now, in a few weeks, fallen into a mere matter of daily fact, creating neither wonder nor surprise. It is again, in 1872-73, being talked of, to cross this large continent by railway, and proposals have been made in Adelaide and Victoria to effect it, and claimed by both those colonies as originating from them. Adelaide has deservedly acquired a right to high honour and great credit for what she has already done to the benefit and interest of t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 18 January 1873

SIR G. p. BOWEN AND LADY BOWEN. THE VICTORIAN VOLUNTEER ENGINEER CORPS THROWING A [PONTOON, BRIDGE.[ACROSS THE YARRA, HTH DEO., 1872.

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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PART I.—PRACTICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 18 January 1873

PART I.-PRACTICAL. THE contemplated establishment (see late English journals) of an overland route from DIAGRAM SHOWING THE ROUTE SELECTED FOR A TELEGRAPH' AND RAILWAY LINE FROM SYDNEY TO LONDON, AS PROJECTED IN 1SÓ2, BY THE LATE J. THOMPSON ESQ A DEPUTY SURVEYOR-GENERAL OF NEW SOUTH WALES. ' ' London to Bombay-or, at least, to the head of the Persian Gulf,-hy way of Vienna: and Constantinople,-thence through Asia Minor and Syria, and down the Valley of the Euphrates, is a project of vast moment to the Australian colonies ;-it is nothing less than the commencement of arrange- ments, which may eventually connect the; cities of London and Sydney, by means of the Electric Telegraph, and even by Railway v . If one of the minor Presidencies of India, viz., Bombay, is to be connected, as far as; ^possible, by an overland route, with England, j how far more probable is it, that Lahore, .when it shall have become the capital of the British Empire in the East, will also be .reached by a dire...

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PRIZE ESSAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 18 January 1873

PKIZE ESSAY. [WE have placed, at the head of this essay, cuts, in cases magnified, of the appear- ance of the " Mildew or Rust" in some of its different stages, conti ning ourselves to the Corn Mildew, the Puccinia graminis of the botanist ; taking no notice at present of the very numerous other similar fungi, infecting, or parasitically, locating themselves on vegetable and other life. If the author of the essay, had only known that we intended to insert them, he would, most likely, have made reference to these figures. We shall endeavour to preserve, in our next issue, sufficient space to enter fully into this interesting subject, and to lay before our readers some more cuts, and on "Smuts" with such description and explanation that may be useful to the enquiring farmers, anti interesting to our readers who may reflect over the wondersin creation that are daily brought to light.by the extraordinary investiga- ting powers of the modern microscope. -ED.] ON THE CAUSE AND NATURE OP R...

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Prise Essay. THE MOST PROFITABLE KIND OF WOOL FOR NEW SOUTH WALES. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 18 January 1873

'THE MOST PROFITABLE KIND OP WOOL FOR NEW SOUTH WALES. (Concluded.) "CAPE OF GOOD HOPE wool ia mostly of the merino breed, and some of the flocks are ! nearly equal in fineness to the best kiuds of New South Wales wool. The soil and . climate, however, do not seem so favourable for producing such a sound, close-stapled, healthy wool. a9 that of New South Wales, . except in some districts, where the wool bears very much the character of German wool, both in weight of fleece, closeness of staple, .and general soundness; it is not, however, BO soft, the fibre being more wiry, and, con r seqtxently, it does not make such a smooth yarn. But the great bulk of Cape wool is very inferior to this being lighter in the fleece, more open in the staple, and far more tender, and the manufacturers generally describe such wool as "mushy." It is also mostly of a different colour, varying from yellow to l'ed. This arises from the character of the soil over which the sheep feed, it being principally d...

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