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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 25 March 1854
TZ* milE Largest STOCK of PIANOFORTES _i_ in the Colony on view at the stores of If. MARSH & Co., 4M'}, George-street. COLLARD AND COLLARD'S Pianofortes just landed ILM AR SH & CO__ PIANOFORTES from 50 Guineas, carefully packed for the interior. H. MARSH & Co. PIANOFORTES on Hire, Tuned and Re- paired. H. MARSH and Co. HARMONIUMS, suitable for small churches, in Rosewood, and Oak cases, 25 Guineas each. H. MARSH AND CO.. 409L George-st. JUST opened a splendid assortment of very su- perior Accordéons and Flutinas from Messrs. Keith. Prowse, and Co., tone and finish excelling any previous importation. H. MARSH and Co. ENGLISH AND GERMAN CONCER TINAS, at prices varying from X'l to ,£12 each, witli books of instruction. H. MARSH & Co., 409 i, George-street TVTEW MUSIC, NEW MUSIC! Vocal and _L\ Instrumental, Uncle Tom's Songs. Wide wide World Songs, &c. PIANOFORTE Duets, e*»y arrangements for new beginners. Easy pia- noforte pieces for beginners. F...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 1 April 1854
TO THE ELECTORS OF THE DISTRICT OF MANEROO. " I f^i ÈNTLEMEN,-Encouraged by assurances of support from xjf% several influential electors in your district, I am induced to announce myself a candidate to fill the vacancy caused by the re- signation of Mr. Jeffreys, your late highly esteemed representative , and as there appears little, if any, probability, that a resident elector will offer himself, I beg respectfully to solicit your suffrages. Having parted with, my interest in the ¡Sydney Morning Herald, and being consequently entirely released from every occupation which might interfere with the engagements of a member of tba Legislative Council, should you do me the honour to elect me, I am prepared to devote the leisure which is thus at my disposal to the faithful performance of the duties of yovir representative. Upon an occasion like the present, it will, probably, be expected of me that I should state my views, though briefly, upon the most prominent matters of public interest...
LABOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 1 April 1854
LABOUR MARKET. Tlie demand for all kinds of goTd mechanics, farm labourers, and domestic servants is still in excess of the supply. Wages are about the same, viz. : TOWN WAG-ES. ? ^ Painters, from.. .. 13 ¿ to 15 0 a day. Plumbers..... 1.5 0 ..18 0 .. Carpenters.> 1» 0 .? *¿ Jj .Toiners.. 15 0 .. 22 0 ... Plasterers... 25 0 .. 30 0 .. Do. Labourers. 12 0 .. 14 0 .. Bricklayers.. 25 0 .. 30 0 Do. Labourer...... 16 0 . . 2« 0 .. . Masons..... 24 0 ... 27 0 Do. Labourers. 10 0 .. ll 0 .. Quarrymen. 20 0 .. 0 0 Carters.... 7 0 .. 9 0 .. Blacksmiths. 14 0 .. 17 6| -- - Female Servants.- . 8 0 .. 12 0 a week - Male do. 15 0 .. 25 0 .. COUNTRY. Farm Labourers.£40 to £50 a year* - .Mau and Wife. 60 .. 70 .. Hutkeepers. 26 .. 30 Shepherds. T .. 40 . ? '?' * With rations, 10 to-121bs. mutton or beef, 10 to 121bs. iiour. 2lb8. sugar, Jib. tea, weekly. W. B. HAIGH. General Commission and Labour Agent, 4SI, George-st., Sydney. 1st April, 18-54.
THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 1 April 1854
THE MARKETS. POULTRY. Fowls, per pair Pucks ,, ,, Geese ,, ,, Turkeys ,, ,, Pigeons ,, ,, 5 ti 9 12 1 Oto 7 0 8 0 10 0 15 9 2 GENERAL MARKETS. Butter. per lb. Glenlee do. .. Wollongong-do. Checse.colonial Bacon, ditto .. Lard. Kggs. Roasting pigs. VEGETABLES, 2 2 0 0 0 2 7 14 Potatoes, cwt. 13 0 Celery . 5 0 Cabbages, per dozen. GO Lettuces. 1 0 Turnips, p. doz. bundies.... 3 0 Parsnips. 3 0 Carrots. 2 6 FLOUR MARKET. Bartleman and Bates' Prices. Fine,'i£30. Second, £28. Bran, 4s. Cd very scarce. Wheat, 11s. to Ils. 6d.; a good supply during the past week. Furlong and Kcnedy's Prices. 14 Pumpkins, doz. Peas, pr. bushel Beans, French Onions, pr. cwt. Vegetable mar- row, per doz. FRUIT Lemons a doz. Bananas Oranges. ,, Passion fruit,, Water melons Rock melons.. Apples, Peaches bskt Quinces ,, Pears per doz. Grapes, pr. lb. Honey " " 6 0 12 0 16 0 20 6 5 0 7 0 16 0 20 0 4 0. 5 0 1 0 1 5 1 8 2 0 13 2 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 2 6 2 0 2 0 0 6 0 4 0 0 6 0 0 12 0 4 0 4 O' 3 6 2 6 0 9 0 6 BUTCHER S M E...
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 1 April 1854
VICTORIA. In the Legislative Council on the 15th instant, Mr. Campbell gave notice of motion for the appointment of a Select Committee to consider the despatch of the Duke of Newcastle. The report of the Select Committee on the defences of the colony was discussed,'and; on the motion of the Surveyor General, re- jected. The Colonial Secretary stated that 500 additional troops were on their way out, and that Melbourne was tobe made the head quarters,of thc military force in Australia. Tbe statement ivas received with acclamations. The discussion on the New Constitution Bill-was resumed, and the fifth clause received the following amendments :-The reduc- tion of the property qualification from £ 10,000 to ¿¿5,000; and the reduction of the rental qualification from ¿£¡1,000 to «£500. . -. The duration of the Lower House was extended to five years in- stead of three. ' \ On the evening of the 19th instant, a meeting of the Catholic . Association was held, the Bishop presiding, at which ...
THE ORNITHORHYNCHUS PARADOXUS, OR WATER MOLE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 1 April 1854
THE ORNITHORH YNCHUS PARADOXUS/OR WATER MOLE. Ihis animal, so remarkable m its iorm and general, appearance, is about 20 inches in length. The body tapers at both extremities, and is moreover ol'a somewhat depressed form-the head is small, but the facial portion is greatly developed, and from its peculiar form has often been compared to the bill of a duck. This bill is about one-third longer than broad, nat, and broader in front than behind: it is covered by a thick snin, which in dried specimens, resembles leather-with this bill these animals are, like ducks, constantly grubbing in the mud in search of food. The only teeth it possesses are four molars, two on each side of either jaw ; they consist of a horn-like substance, and are situated far back in the head. The eyes are 'very small, and the whole body is covered with a soft, velvety, and very dense fur-the toes are webbed, and are furnished with sharp claws. The general color of the water mole is a deep brown ; the under parts ...
NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 1 April 1854
NEWS Of THE WEEK. ' , HIGHWAY ROBBERY.-A man, hamed Robert Kidd, while pro- ceeding homewards between the hour» of twelve and one o'clock on the Sunday morning, was stopped by three men, who knoeked him down, and cut put his trowsers pocket, with the contents of which-viz., three ¿£¡1 notes and 15s. in silver-the fellows made off in safety. THE JEWISH PERSUASION.-The members of the above de- nomination held a meeting on Monday, in the Synagogue, for the purpose of enquiring into certain charges made against Mr. George Moss, Secretary of the Institution. Of several charges against the Secretary, the only one considered proved was that of mental aber- ration, which precluded the proper discharge of the duties attached to his office. In consideration of the misfortune of Mr. Moss, and I of his long and zealous services, an annuity of ¿£100 was voted to ! him, and guaranteed hy the President of the meeting, Mr. Isaac Levy. PUBLIC MEETING OF ROMAN CATHOLICS.-A public meet- ing of the Rom...
IMPORTANT TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 1 April 1854
IMPORTANT TO ADVERTISERS. THE attention of advertisers is respectfully called to thc following scale of charges for advertisements, which, it is presumed, will he found lower than that adopted by any of our contemporaries. Every advertisement is well displayed ; and as the Illustrated Sydney News has now a circulation approaching to 3000 copies weekly, in Town and Country, and in the adjacent colonies of Vic- toria, South Australia, Van Diemen's Land and New Zealand, it manifestly offers a very desirable medium of communication to ad- vertisers. Eight lines and under--per line - - - 6d. Every additional line - - - - - - 2d. NOTICE.-The Publishing Office of thc Illustrated Sydney News has been removed from 58, York-street, to 490i, George-street, where all communications are henceforth requested to be addressed.
THE ST. PATRICK'S DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 1 April 1854
THE ST. PATRICK'S DJNNER. We present our . readers with an illustration of the festivity by which, on tho IGth ultimo, the anniversary of St. Patrick's Day Was commemorated in-.Sydnc)'. The dinner took place ai the Exchange Hotel under the presidency of the Attorney General. H13 Honor Mr. Justice Therry was also present at tim I banquet, and, R3 a matter Of course, delivered an eloquent speech i on the occasion. The proceedings of the. evening were not merely ! convivial, but were made, at the suggestion of Mr. Plunkett, to subserve an object of charity ; a subscription of upwards of ,£70 having been made in the room in aid of the Asylum for the relief of Destitute Children.
VEGETABLE CURIOSITIES: LORD HOWE'S ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 1 April 1854
VEGETABLE CURIOSITIES : LORD HOWE'S ISLAND. We tilia week present our readers with illustrations of the Pan- danus and the Banyan Trees of Loid Howe's Island, from original sketches kindly placed at our disposal hy Lieutenant J. Glen Wilson, II. M. S. Herald. We append the following accurate de- scription of these singular growths:- rT ,, ? --Tue 'ranuanus XTOQ ot Lord Howe's Island has a very^ pecu- liar appearance. The stem, instead of tapering' upward as in other trees, tapers downwards, and frequently comes to a point without reaching the ground, as it is entirely supported by its long roots, ,which descend from the trunk like inverted hranches ; at a dis- tance those root9 look like so many artificial props placed round the tree for its support. The branches spring awkwardly from the trunk, and each branch terminâtes in a bundle or tuft of leaves, in the centre of which the seed is produced. The fruit or seed might be taken at first sight for a huge pine apple, but it is a mass...
ORIGINAL POETRY. THE MORNING WALK. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 1 April 1854
ORIGINAL POETRY. . THE MORNING WALK. In the morning early, Ere the dew-drops pearly; Whose pride each flower reveals; Are ravish'd by the clutching O'that fiery thief whose touching Doth ruin what he steals : When the earth seems younger,. . And no vain' world-monger The sacred hour profanes, But worn by cares all weary, . And pleasures full as dreary, Lies in lethargic chains : Then with my fair lover Through the flowers, thro' clover . Meadows,-where bees song-bright The sweet thoughts of the blossoms - . ? ; Are plucking from their bosoms, Dream-hoarded during night, . . ' . Pond I am of straying, ", ' Kissing now, now playing '.With the fine tressed gold - That falls adown her neck, and , More dear, by me- is reckon'd ' ; Than aught that's bought and soldi - Or around her slender Waist I slip the tender . , Glose circle of my arm ; .Then, haply, she dissembles, r v. And slaps my cheek which trembles; .' V And thrills to-such'sweet harm. Sure,'tis pa3t denying For such airy toyin...
HORSE MARKET.—MARCH 31, 1854. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 1 April 1854
i HORSE MARKET.-MARCH 31, 1854.' Mr. George Smith reports that the prices F,f all description of Horse Stock have materially diminished, except very heavy draught horses, which if really staunch to the colar, realize great prices, the supply not filling one third the demand. First-rate carriage and gig horses bring rcmuneratiag prices. Handsome town cobs much sought for. Light and unbroken stock not wanted, owing no doubt to the high- price of forage. Mares for New Zealand will sell readily for another week till the vessels now laid on are full. KANOKíG ROCK..-A number of men have set in at the lower part of Oakanville, which has not as yet been worked, on account of the large body of water persons mining here have to contend with. 'We fear the wet weather will be a drawback to this locality i being successfully worked. Parties mining on Madgwick's Ridge are still doing remarkably well. Gore's party took out thirty ounces of gold during the week; the party next to them took ..put tw...
MARINE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 1 April 1854
MARINE INTELLIGENCE. \ ARRIVALS. Mai'ch 25.-Sir John Harvey, steamer, and Mag- nolia, from Melbourne ; Malacca, from Valparaiso. 26.-Lon- don, steamer, from Melbourne; John Wasley, from Auckland; Jenny Lind, from Port Curtis; Souvenir, and Volant, from More- ton Bay; Jeremiah Garnett, from Hamburgh. .27.-Ann Arm- strong, from Liverpool. 2S.-Queen of England, from London ; City of Melbourne, from Moreton Bay. 30?-- M arg iret, Comet, Alice, from Geelong ; Titan, from New Plymouth. 31.-Caroline Wells, Golden Age (t), and Yarra Yarra (s), from Melbourne ; Sir Henry Hardinge, from Manila ; Ann, from London ; Hamlet, from Adelaide. DEPARTURES. March 35.-Palermo, and Bella Vista, for Mo- \ reton Bay ; Julie, for Batavia; Prince of the Seas, for London; I Hellespont, steamer, Uncle Tom, and Sarah Ann, for Melbourne; Bowley, for Callao. 2ß.-Hindo, for Batavia ; Lady Jocelyn, for Callao; Kate, for Man'lla ; Emma, for Melbourne ; Terror, and Mary, for South Sea Islands. 27.-Velox, for New Ply...