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

; Í»h% Ifyrç : Ä% gurjrkitlturîîît mut (frazkr. WASTE NOT." "TRUTH WITHOUT FEAR OR FAVOUR." " WANT NOT.'» DATS OF WERK <te| MONTI!; Sl'N. P3 </3 MOON. 2ND MONTH.] ALMANAC EOE EEBBUAEY, 1873. [28 DAYS. Mean Temperature.70.5 Average J Rain FalL .. 4.939 Average |Ra5ny Dayt- U 7 Sun. Mon. Tu. Wed. Th. Fri. Sat. h.m h.ml h. m. 5.23,7. 4|S.0.40p Day's [founded, 1842 m. Nelson, N. Zealand, length, 13li. 42m. h.ni 5.24 .25 5.26 27 h. m 7. 3 7. 31 7. 2 7. ll 5.28 7. 0 5.29 6.59 5.30 6.581 h. ra. 10.12 10.42 11.14 11.49 12.30 am. 1.13 [4th Sun. afb. Epiph. ]) Swan River discd, [1697 BlackThursday, 1851 Earthquake, Lisbon Day's Length, 13h, 29m. [1750 lh.mih.ui 9,'5.31tí.57 5.32 6.56 5.3316.56 5.341 5.35 5.36 5.37 h. un. 2. 2 2.54 3.51 4.47 ¡Septuagésima Sund. '5.551 4.47 'O Gold disc., N.S.W. 6.54 K. 7.43pm. j [1851 6.53 S.12 ¡St. Valentine's Day 6.52 8 36 ¡Cap Cook killod,1779 Day's Length, 13k. löm. h.mih.m h.m. 16 5.37 6.50 9. 3 17 5.38 6.49 9.-27 18 5.39 6.48 9.55 1...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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SKETCHES ON THE UPPER YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 18 January 1873

SKETCHES ON THE UPPER YARRA. M Y ïi T JL jj. o ii. i. t. i\. Ù c E IN K 0 SS T Jt± E W A x 1 i>. W o U ll ' ö l u i i\ i a o A Jj SPLITTERS TRACK.

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

FRENCH MEDICINES . PREPARED BY \ GRIM AULT & CO., \ ?PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS,. ; . 8 Rue Vivienne, Paris. OF all the Medicines offered to tho ; Public for many years past, none have met with such favourable receptiou, or bean so generally ap- proved by the Aledical '. Profession, as those prepared . by Messrs. Grimault and Co. The model laboratories ? of this finn, situated'at Neuilly-sur-Seine, and man- -, aged by Dr. Leconte, Profersor in the Faculty of Medicine, ex-Pharmacist of the Hospitals of Paris, and., formerly Assistais to Dr. Claude Bernard, Professor of Physiology at the College of Franco, ofter guarantees to be found in no other establishment. ; Among these preparations we may especially men- tion LERAS' LIQUID PHOSPHATE OF IRON. It contains the constitutivo elements of the bone» .' and of tho blood, and is the most rational of a'l chaly- .; beatos. It may be prescribed for the most delicate young females whose development has been retarded ; for women suffering...

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

Bouflfebofo Wnte. PICKLED EGGS.-Pickled eggs are easily prepared, and most excellent as an accom- paniment for cold meats. Boil for half an hour three dozen eggs, remove the shells, and pack them when entirely cold in a wide- mouthed jar large enough to let them in or out without mashing or breaking. Turn as much vinegar as you think will cover them entirely, and boil in it white pepper, allspice, a little root-ginger, and, if desired, a very small quantity of garlic. Salt to taste. A few tiny white onions put in the jar some may think an improvement. When the vinegar has boiled enough to extract the spices, take them out and pour it over the eggs, cork tightly when cold, and in a month they are ready to use. LEMONS will keep good for months if sliced when perfectly fresh, and packed in glass jars with a thick layer of white sugar between the slices. To PRESERVE MAGNUM BONUM PLUMS. Prick them, simmer them in a thin syrup, and let them lie in a basin for three days. Then make a syrup...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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THE PREVENTION OF THE CATTLE PLAGUE. (From the "Farmer.") [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 18 January 1873

THE PREVENTION OF THE CATTLE PLAGUE. (From, the "Farmer.") I PB. BOULAY, an emiment physiologist and veterinarian, who i lias given special attention to the cattle plague, has lateiy ! inade a very important report to the Academy of Sciences of Paris of the proceedings of the International Sanitary Con- vention, held March 16, 1872,at Vienna. This has for its special object the determination of the best methods of preventing the cattle plague, and the taking into consideration the question of establishing proper sani- tary regulations in regard to the cattle traffic between the couutries represented in the Convention. Delegates from ll States were present at the Couvention, namely, Germany, Austro-Hungary, Belgium, France, Great Britain, Italy, the [Roumanian Principalities, Russia, Servia, Switzerland, and Turkey. ;Thc delegates included in their number some of the best .veterinarians of their respective countries, as also various officers specially charged with the enforcement of ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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SIR G. F. BOWEN AND LADY BOWEN. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 18 January 1873

SIR G. E. BOWEN AND LADY BOWEN. "me ago tne European telegraph announced that a successor to His Excellency Viscount Canterbury, as Governor of Vic toria, had beea appointed by the Imperial authorities, in the person of the present Governor of New Zealand, Sir George Fer- guson Bowen, KG.C., M.G. Sir George, who is one of the Knights Grand Gross of the Order of St. Michael and St. George, is an Irishman by birth, and was born in one of the northern counties in 1S21. He is the son of the Rev. Edward Bowen, a clergyman of the Church of England, and was educated at the Charterhouse and Trinity College, Oxford. In 1840 he gained a scholarship, and took B. A. as first-class in classics in 1844. A few months afterwards he was elected to a fellowship of Brazenose College. He subsequently became a bar student at Lincoln's Inn, but whether he was " called " or not we cannot say. From 1847 to 1851 he held the position of President of the University of Corfu, and in 1854 he was appointed Chief...

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

THE UPPER YARRA DISTRICT OTÎE OÍ the finest localities as a place for holiday resort, and within an easy day's journey of Melbourne, is the district of the Upper Yarra. The drive to the river Plenty, and from thence to the township of Eltham, on the Diamond Creek, is through a pictur- esque and undulating country From the Kangaroo ground a magnificent view is ob- tained of thc open country beyond,- as far as Schnapper Point on the one side, and Mount Macedon on the other ; while the extreme distance- is bounded by Station Peak and the Ariakies. In'the opposite direction may be seen the fertile valley through which the Yarra meanders, while the view is bounded by-the heights of Mount Maida, Mount Juliet, and. Mount Riddell, wooded to their very summit, and. having about them that indescribable blue tint so characteristic of themountain scenery of Victoria. On arriv- ing at the .summit of the Big Hill, the Yarra flats lie apparently at one's feet , vineyard and meadow, stubble and pas...

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Australian Natural Distory. THE PORCUPINE ANT-EATER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 18 January 1873

australian Raturai £fetorp* THE PORCUPINE ANT-EATER. THE Porcupine Ant-eater is similar in its size and general appearance to the English hedgehog, except that it has a long and slender snout, and has the power of protrud- ing its tongue to a considerable .distance. It is à burrowing animal, and although ordi- narily of dull and slothful habits, it makes. its way into the ground with extraordinary rapidity ; in fact, considering its size, its muscular power is very great. The upper surface of the body is covered with thick I spines of a dirty yellowish colour, blackish J at the points, and averaging about an inch ; and three quarters in length. Below these ! the body is covered with dark fur. When attacked or alarmed, the animal will coil himself like a hedgehog, and burying his nose in the earth, leave nothing but a round of prickles exposed, which neither mao nor beast can touch with impunity. These animals, of which there are two species, are not very numerous, but may frequently...

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Selections Grabe and Gay. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 18 January 1873

Selections <£raue anîi <£ap* IT is said that the characteristics of the umbrella is its power of changing shapes. You may leave a brand-new silk one, with an ivory or pimento handle an any public gathering, and within three hours it will transform itself into light blue or faded brown cotton, somewhat less in size than a circus tent, with a handle like a telegraph pole, and five fractured ribs. There is a young man who is said to have lost money by betting on spiders. He wagered that a spider that he would pro- duce would cross a plate quicker than a spider to be produced by a friend. Each spider was to have its own plate. His op- ponent's spider, however, on being started, would not stir, while its rival ran with im- ? mense speed. The bet was consequently lost, and the loser soon found out the reason. His friend had a hot plate. "What is the matter, Bob?"-"Sam, who am I ? "-"Why, you are yourself, Bob Harrison, ain't you?"-"No, far from it." -"Why, what's the...

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Chapters on Common Things No. 11.—COFFEE (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 18 January 1873

^Cftapter* on Common Cbtngs No. ll.-COFFEE {Continued). IN our previous number, we alluded to tbe Coffee planter's ordinary occupations on bis plantation, until tbe season of his long-ex- pected harvest. "Crop-time" brings with ib a long train of toils and excitements, which, if they weary and harass Iiis body, supply his mind at any rate with unceasing stimuli. For a couple of months before the berries begin to change their colour on the bushes, the superintendent, if he be a pru- dent man, occupies himself busily with pre- parations. Baskets and sacks for picking, measures, pulpers for removing the outer skin of the coffee, cisterns for soaking and washing the berries, platforms for drying them, and, lastly, plenty of well-ventilated store-room for housing the partly-cured crop, have all to be attended to and got in readi- ness. And when the gathering does com- mence, what a busy time it is ! The active planter at such a season spends the greater part of his days, aud uot a little...

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OYSTER CULTURE IN TASMANIA. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 18 January 1873

OYSTER CULTURE IN TASMANIA. BY J. E. CALDER. ( Continued. ) I HA.VE said in an early part of this paper that the oyster has many enemies besides man, and that some of them are even more destructive than himself ; and it may surprise those who may not have read much, about the oyster to learn that its worst, most constant, and active foes are to be found amongst creatures which, to the generality of us, appear to be the most inoffensive of living things ; namely, the sea urchin (or sea-egg), the whelk, and, above all, the seemingly half-lifeless, but most voracious^ star-fish. The , last-named animal lives, perhaps exclusively, on the oyster, and in- stances are given of its having so perfectly destroyed entire beds in a single season, that not a solitary oyster, large or small, has been left for the dredger. Mr. F. Buckland, writing on this subject, says :-" The arch enemy of the poor harm- less innocent oyster is the 'rive-finger'-in ordinary language the ' star-fish '-this creatur...

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FIXED IDEAS IN THE MIND OF MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 18 January 1873

FIXED IDEAS IN THE MIND OF MAN". That he is overworked. That his costitution requires stimu- lants. That, if he had them, he could at this mo- ment invest a few hundreda to the greatest advantage. That smoking is good for his nerves, his worries, his literary pursuits, his toothache, &c. That he ought to belong to a Club. That he could reform the Army, do away with the Income Tax, manage the railways better, and make a large fortune by keeping an hotel. That he knows a good glass of wine. That he could win a heap of money if he were to go to Homburg. That medicine is all humbug. That he could preach as good a sermon himself. ^ That he should soon pick up his French if he went abroad. That he must win on this year's Derby. VERY MATTER-OF-FACT.- There was once a clergyman who was so rigidly and frigidly literal and matter-of-fact, that he waa wholly incapable of entertaining or comprehending a metaphor of any kind whatever. He be- lieved to his dying day that Shakespeare's min...

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Family Medical Guide. INTERMITTENT FEVER, OR AGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 18 January 1873

jfanul]) á$eWcal tëm'ue* INTERMITTENT FEYER, OR AGUE. IHE title of Intermittent is applied to that kind of fever which consists of a succession of paroxysms, between each of which, there is a distinct and perfect intermission from fever, symptoms. Different names have been applied to this fever, according to the dis- tance of time observed between the periods of its return. When it comes on within the space of twenty-four hours, it is called a quotidian ; when it returns every other day, it is called a tertian ; and when it attends on the first and fourth day, it is named a quartan ague; That uuder the tertian type is most apt to prevail in the spring, and the quartan in autumn. Intermittents often prove obstinate, and are of long duration in warm climates ; and they not ^infrequently resist every mode of cure, so as to become very distressing to the patient ; a fact, to which the writer can bear testimony from personal experience. It is very generally acknowledged, that marsh exhal...

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Accidents and Emergencies. ACCIDENTS BY LIGHTNING. DEATHS FROM LIGHTNING. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 18 January 1873

Statomtö anîï (Emergencies. ACCIDENTS BY LIGHTNING. DEATHS FROM LIGHTNING. I Al. f ACY has communicated a paper to the Académie das Sciences upon the subject of deaths from lightning, the materials for which were supplied from unpublished documents placed at his disposal by Dr. Farr, of the Registrar-General's Office. Prior to 1852 the deaths from fulguration were not regu- larly registered, and those since 1856 have not been classified. The deaths of the other years were as follows :-In 1852, 45 deaths ; ¡ in 1S53, 10 ; in 1854, 17 ; in 1855, 17 ; in 1856, 14 ; total for five years, 103. The year 1852 was remarkable for the number of storms which prevailed over the greater part of Europe. Of these 103 deaths, 88 took place in male and 15 in female subjects. In respect to age, 48 of these deaths occurred between "the ages of 1 and 15, and 55 between the ages of 25 and 65. In Sweden, of 56 deaths from fulguration, which took place between 1846 and 1850, 28 were males and 28 were fema...

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MR. ROMER'S SUMMER HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 18 January 1873

MR. RÖMER'S SUMMER HOLIDAYS. Mr. Romer's.employer gives him a week's holiday. Considers how he shall spend it. Happy thought !-A walking tour. Hot wind-Starts in summer trim. Two miles out. Rapid change thoroughly drenched. Returns and makes a fresh start in winter toggery. Wind again chaages-Thermometer 100 in the shade. Another start backward. Wears dust-coat and carries overcoat, &c. First night out-Sleeps under a gum tree. ¡IBoused by a noise. A snake. Fires-something drops. Morning. Inspects his victim-roasts him for breakfast. His idea of the noble savage. Meets tue reality a la Stanley and Livingstone Unutterably disgusted. It's jolly fine, but his feet become blistered, Meets another denizen of the thu sh, and is cleaned oat.] Lost in the bush-footsore, weary and hungry. Can only die ! Cuts his name on a gum-tree that his remains may he identified. Wanders a little further and falls «iööiL^ against a log. Dreams of home and beauly. Morning. Discovers the log he slept...

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Elegant Arts for the Ladies. IMITATION CARVED IVORY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 18 January 1873

elegant ajrtó for tbe tatúes?* IMITATION CARVED IVORY. You require," for this purpose, a wooden box or card-case, or any other article you wish to ornament. If they are not made of smooth white wood, use the following composition to cover them :-Half an ounce of isinglass, boiled gently in half a pint of water, till dissolved ; then strain it, and add flake white, finely powdered, till it is as white as cream. Give the boxthreeorfour coatsof this solution, letting each dry before the other is laid on ; then smooth, it with a bit of damp rag. When the composition is dry, you can put on the imitation ivory figures, which make as follows : -Boil half a pound of best rice in one quart of water, till the grains are soft enough to bruise into a paste ; when cold, mix it with starch-powder till it becomes as stiff as dough ; roll it out about as thick as a shilling. Cut it into pieces two iuches square, and let it dry before a moderate fire. When required for use. get a coarse cloth, make ...

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

GIBBS, SlIALLARV». AND CO., STEAM LiTitooitAmic PRJSTKRS, 108 Pm STRKKT, SYDNEY. SUPPLEMENT TO THE " ILLUSTRATED SYDNEY NEWS," JANUARY. Wi

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 15 February 1873

OUR WHEELER «fe. WILSON'S LOCKSTITCH . FROM £7 öS. HAND SEWING MACHINES IN GREAT . VARIETY FROM £3. Every description of Sewing Machines on easy terms -of payment. Circulars, post free. TURNER fz WOOD, Sewing Machine Importers, :349 George-street, Sydney. N.C.-Agents wanted. AH O Xi LAND, . PRACTICAL BILL POSTER. Bills faithfully posted by Night or Day. All orders -directed to A. HOLLAND, 151 Clarence StreetNorth, punctually attended to. HENRY'S COLONIAL OINTMENT. IMPORTANT to persons suffering from Old Sores, Eruptions, Burns, Scalds, Sore Heads, Inflamed Eyelids, Blight, Bad Breasts, Abscesses, Ulcers in Legs or elsewhere, Tender Nipples, Wounds, Cancers, Bad Legs, Hardened and Enlarged Glands, Tumours, Scurvy, Scrofula, Boils, Itches, Blotches, Pimples, Chilblains, Corns, Piles, Ringworms, Soreness in the .Chest, Rheumatism, and all diseases arising from a disordered condition of the skin. This OINTMENT is the result of the Proprietor's Thirty Years' Colonial Medical and Chemical...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 15 February 1873

THE LARGEST AND MOST EXTENSIVE BED- j DING MANUFACTURERS IN THE COLONY. To Hotelkeepers, Storekeepers, Parties about ; - Furnishing, &c. HA N D IT LYONS' . AUSTRALlANiBEDDING WAREHOUSE, 7 Bridge street, haj the largest stock of Bedding of any house in'Sydney. Mattresses re-made and cleaned by steam. Note the Address :- . II. AND R. LYON'S, 7 Bridge-street, Branch Establishments: 165 Castlereagh-atreefc, and 100 South Head Road. . Australian Steam Bedding Factory, Queen's Place, and Underwood-street. LOCKRBY, BOON, & CO., . BEDDING MANUFACTURERS, ' ' '417 GEORGE STREET, two doors from Lassetter's, and, STEAM LAUNDRY, 571 KENT STREET, NEAR LIVERPOOL STREET. Mattresses and Palliasses of the best material and workmanship. Horsehair, Flock, Fibre, and Flax mattresses in every size always on hand. Mattresses cleansed and re-made by steam. EBARD'S PIANOFORTES ex MORAVIAN. A large invoice of these magnificent Instruments JUST UNPACKED. COLLARD and COLLARD'S very superior Ros...

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