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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 11 May 1872

M APPIN & WEBB'S ELECTROPLATE AND CUTLERY is the very best. Pure Silver on Pure Nickel, and finest Steel Cutlery. A quality guaranteed for Twenty years. B quality guaranteed for Twelve years. . C quality guaranteed for Eight years. THE EINEST QUALITY TABLE KNIVES. POCKET, PEN, AND SPORTING KNIVES, &c, &c. Mappin and Webb's CANTEEN CASES are celebrated all over Europe and India. Ordinary Quality. Better Quality. Best Quality. First size, for One person.. .. £4 10 0 £5 7 6 £6 5 0 Second " Two ,. 8 8 0 10 0 0 ll 15 0 Third " Four ,. 9 9 0. ll 10 0 13 10 0 Fourth " Six ,. ll 10 0 14 0 0 16 10 0 Fitted with every requisite for the Table, and with plated spoons, forks, ladles, table cutlery, etc., etc., in well seasoned oak cases. All the NEWEST and RICHEST DESIGNS for TESTIMONIALS-INKSTAND'S, SALVERS, TEA and COFFEE SERVICES, ETC., ETC. Solid Silver Tea and Coffee Sets, Four pieces, 30 guineas ; Salvers, £10 10s.; Inkstands, £6 6s.; Cups and Goblets, £2 2s. to £10...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WALKING-STICKS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 11 May 1872

WALKING-STICKS. THE production of walking and umbrella sticks is one of the large and important trades of London. The principal British woods used in the manufacture of walking sticks are oak, ash, beech, blackthorn, cherry, maple, crab and hazel ; and though some of these sticks in a finished state are to be bought retail at a few pence each, a great deal of labor and discrimination is needed to reduce and form them to the necessary shape. Take au ash or beech stick, for instauce, the naturally-grown branch is probably too thick to be simply straightened, the top curled, polished, and sent into the market ; it consequently has to be reduced by rasping, in which process it is shaped. After this it is removed, to another department for finishing and polishing, and perhaps before polishing it undergoes a process of artificial figuring and coloring, either in a fanciful manner, or in imitation of foreign canes ; this is done by charring or burning with a hot iron, or by the use of stro...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 11 May 1872

HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. Turc monthly meeting was held on Wednes- day evening, 2nd May. Mr. J. Graham exhibited cut specimens of Hibiscus flore pleno ; Hibiscus rosea ; Abutilons-Thom j sonii, Due de Malakoff, vitaîfolia ; Lasian- dra macrantha ; To renia pulcherrima ; Rus sellia júncea ; Bouvardias-jacquiniflora, brilliant ; Serissa fcetida variegata ; Tecoma velutina, and Foucroyia gigantea. Mr. Wooff, gardener to Mr. H. Prince, exhibited speci- men plants of Dracaenas -Queen Victoria, sp. S. S. Islands, Simphocampyllus Surina mensis.; xEschyranthes-Boschiauus, Lobbi; Crotons-Guilfoylii, undulatum ; and a col- lection of Chrysanthemums, of which many were quite new, both in colour and form. These were sent to the exhibitor by Dr. Schomburgh, the director of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens. Mr. Wooff made some in- teresting remarks respecting the exhibits of Dracaenas and Crotons. He mentioned that evidently the best system of treatment was to raise them by cuttings annually, and to gro...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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Chapters on Common Things CLOVES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 11 May 1872

Chapters on Common Ciungs CLOVES. THE next spice whick we shall mention is the clove, for which we are principally indebted to the Island of Amboyna. This island, which is situated near the western point of Ceram, is called by the Malays Ambun, which word signifies dew. In form, it re- sembles a crescent, being on the south- western side indented by a deep bay, on the south side of which stands Port Victoria, built by the Portuguese as a defence to the island, which, however, is rendered secure by the extreme difficulty of anchoring in thc bay. Amboyna, the chief town of the island, is clean, neatly and regularly built, and well supplied, with water ; on account of the fre- quency of earthquakes, the houses seldom exceed one story, The west end of the town is inhabited by Chinese, who are the only strangers allowed by the Dutch to settle here. The south end is appropriated to the Europeans. Before proceeding with an ac- count of the island, we will give a description of its principa...

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 — 11 May 1872

LEA AND PERRINS' CELEBRATED WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE, Declared by Connoisseurs to be THE ONLY GOOD SAUCE. CAUTION AGAINST FRAUD. THE SUCCESS OE THIS MOST delicious and unrivalled Condiment having caused certain dealers to apply the name of "Worcestershire Sauce" to their own inferior compounds, the Public is hereby informed that the only way to secure the genuine, is to ASK FOR LEA & PERRINS' SAUCE, and to see that their names are upon the wrapper, labels, stopper, and bottle. Some of the foreign markets having been supplied with a spurious "Worcestershire Sauce, upon the wrapper and labels of which the names of Lea and Perrins have been forged, L. and P. give notice that they have furnished their correspondents with power of attorney to take instant proceedings against Manufacturers and Vendors of such, or any other imitations by which their right may be infringed. Ask for LEA & PERRINS' Sauce and see name on Wrapper, Label, Bottle, and Stopper. Wholesale and for Export...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 11 May 1872

MARRIAGES. On Tuesday, April 24rd, at St. Saviour's Cathedral, Goulburn, by the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Goulburn, assisted by the Very Rev. the Dean of Goulburn and the Rev. A. T. Puddicombe, the Rev. J. Graham Love, In- cumbent of St. John's, Moruya, to Mary Elizabeth, third daughter of the late Joseph Roberts, Esq., and step- daughter of John Lackey, Esq., M.P., Woodville, Parra- matta. On the 31st March, at Dubbo, by the Rev. Mr. Combes, Robert Penny, of Bogaldie, to Hannah, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Patrick Boyle, of Dulwich, Singleton. DEATH. On the 19th April, at her residence, Reid's Flat, after a long and painful illness, through injuries received in the flood of 1870, Sarah Lowe, aged 64, native of Lancaster, England, and 34 years a resident in this Colony.

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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Australian Natural Distory. THE ANGLER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 11 May 1872

Australian Raturai ©tétor». THE ANGLER. THIS very remarkable looking fish was taken in the waters of Port Jackson nearly eighteen years ago, and was presented to the Australian Museum by I. D. Nichols, Esq. It belongs to a small and singular ^roup of fishes which Cuvier has designated Pectorales Pèdicidèes, from the peculiar conformation of the pectoral fins, by which the creature is enabled to creep about on the rocks and along the sandy bottom of the sea, like a small quadruped. The Angler is a voracious glutton, and has recourse to art to satisfy its appetite. Na- ture has provided this fish with a slender, elongated appendage immediately above the mouth, which it moves in various directions, by way of attraction as a bait ; the little fish approaching either to examine it through curiosity or to sieze it as food, immediately become the prey of the cunning aud remorse- less "Angler." Numerous are the writers who have borne their testimony to this singular habit of this group of f...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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Clegant Arts for the Ladies. ORNAMENTAL LEATHER WORK. No. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 11 May 1872

elegant £tytö for töc dairies. ORNAMENTAL LEATHER WORK. No. 2. IN our last number we gave instructions to tbe pupil with reference to the materials re- quired, and to the method of cutting out the leaves. To CÜKLTIIE LEAF.-Lay it upon the palm of your left hand, and work No. 4 tool from side to side upon the under part until the required form is obtained. The leaf is now to be placed upon a board, and the veins marked out on either side of the central vein with No. 1 moulding-tool (see last issue) ; then use No. 2 for the lower part of the cen- tral vein, and No. 3 for the upper part in large leaves ; but in small ones No. 2 for the upper, and No. 1 for the lower part. In veining leaves, a better effect is obtained by pressing from you. When each leaf has been veined, twist the stalk between your linger and thumb until it acquires a rounded form, which is much improved after it is varnished. A leaf sometimes requires a piuch. between the finger aud thumb to give it any peculiar turn...

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 — 11 May 1872

MARAVILLA. COCOA. - Opinions of the Press.-"Those who have not yet tried Maravilla will do well to do so."-Morning Post. " It may justly be called the perfection of prepared Cocoa."-British Medical Journal. MARAVILLA COCOA. - The Globe says, "Taylor Brother' Maravilla Cocoa has achieved a, thorough success,'and supersedes every other Cocoa in tlie market. Entire solubility, a delicate aroma,'and a rare concentration, of the purest elements of nutrition, distinguish the Maravilla Cocoa above all others. For Invalids and Dyspeptics we could not recommend a more agreeable or valuable beverage." HOMOOPATHIC COCOA. -This original preparation, which has obtained such a world-wide reputation, is manufactured by TAYLOR BROTHERS under the ablest homoeopathic advice, aided by the skill and experience of the inventors, and will be found to combine in an eminent degree the purity, fine aroma, and nutritious property of the fresh nut. SOLUBLE CHOCOLATS, made in one min- ute without boiling. The ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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Accidents and Emergencies. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 11 May 1872

FROM an excellent little manual, recently published by Messrs. Cassell, Petter and Galpin, we intend culling a number of useful hints which will be of invaluable service to many who meet with "moving accidents by flood and field," and who, for want of a little practical knowledge of the treatment of such cases, and from never having acquired pre- sence of mind, are utterly incapacitated from taking the necessary steps to save life or reduce pain. Although quite agreeing that " absence of body" is even better than "presence of mind," in any of the sad cases of accident of which we shall proceed to treat, we still hold that the latter is one of the most valu . able traits of character that a man can I possess ; and by its constant practice the mind will be calm and unruffled in every "emergency," and many dangers may be averted. Among the numerous casualties which be- fall us may be placed first and foremost ACCIDENTS BY FIRE. CAUSES OE FIRES,-To prevent fires, it is necessarry to con...

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THE "BIG PINE"—SYDNEY BOTANIC GARDENS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 11 May 1872

THE "BIG PINE"-SYDNEY BOTANIC   GARDENS. SINCE inserting an engraving of the above magnificent tree-in the Illustrated News, some two issues ago-we have received the following very interesting communication, which we have much pleasure in publishing for general information :- Redburnbury, Singleton, March 23rd, 1872. To the Editor of the Illustrated News. SIR,-My attention having been drawn to an article in your paper, relative to the large "Norfolk Island Pine Tree" in the Botanic   Gardens, in which you state that it is not known when the said tree was planted, I beg to inform you that I planted it in the year, 1818, at which time I was employed in the gardens. It had previously been planted in the lower garden, near the water-course, and had been washed out during some heavy rains which occurred about that time, and it was lying half buried in sand for about six months, when it was removed and planted by me in its present situation in the year above stat...

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ABORIGINAL FISHING CAMP ON THE WAKOOL RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 11 May 1872

ABORIGINAL FISHING CAMP ON THE WAKOOL RIVER. OST page 73, we give a large engraving of a phase of aboriginal life. The Wakool River is in the Murrumbidgee district, and is a southern branch of the Edward River, which is 'indifferently called by both names. The Wakool proper, Hows in a westerly direction from the Edward, through the village of Wakool, about six miles west of Deniliquin. After a course of about ninety miles through a flat pastoral country, well grassed, occasionally swampy, aud intersected by nu- merous watercourses, which, flowing ont of, and into, the branches of the Edward and Wakool, form a complete network of creeks. The waters of the Wakool, like those of its companion western streams of larger volume, abound in fish, and of this peculi- arity the natives wandering in its vicinity are not slow to avail themselves, lt has been stated that all which abides in the woods and waters, be it fowl, quadruped, reptile or fish, is "game" in the estimation of the natives. ...

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PORTSEA, SORRENTO, AND LONDON BRIDGE ROCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 11 May 1872

LONDON BRIDGE ROOKS, NEAR POINT NEPEAN, VICTORIA. PORTSEA, SORRENTO, AND LONDON I BRIDGE ROOKS. Fort Phillip «an now boast of at least eight or nine attractive watering places. Not more | than alz years ago we gave illustrations of the only two that could lay claim to the name, viz., Queenscliff and Snapper Point; but Binoe then Dromana, Portarlington, Frankston, and others have sprung up, steam packet communication has been estab- lished, and visitors are continually going and returning throughout the summer. We now direct the attention of our readers to Portsea and Sorrento, and may venture to say at the outset, the progress of these places and the tramo to them now going on is PORTSEA, LOOKING TOWARDS QUEENSCLIFF, VICTORIA. DRYSDALE SPRINGS, CORIO BAY, VICTORIA. mainly through the weekly trips ofthat well known steamer the Mystery, celebrated for her fast sailing and excellent passenger accommo dation. Though built for a tug, she can as comfortably convey excursionists as any ste...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 11 May 1872

BRLDWE OVER THE MOLYiNEUX RIVER, AND TOWNSHIP OF BALCLUTHA, NEW ZEALAND. NEW GOQDS SHED, SPENCER-STREET TERMINUS, VICTORIAN .RAILWAY S.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 11 May 1872

KEATING S COUGH LOZENGES Upwards of Fifty Years Experience has fully confirmed tho superior reputation of these Lozenges in tho euro of ASTHMA, WINTER COUGH, HOARSENESS. SHORTNESS OF BREATH, and other PULMON- ARY MAL API KS. Sold in boxes, Tins, and Bottles. KEATING'S WORM TABLET A Purely VEGETABLE SWEETMEAT, both in ap- pearance and tasto, furnishing a most agreeable meth nl of administering a well-known remedy for INTES- TINAL or THREAD WORMS. It is a porfectly fafe and mihi preparation, and is especially adapted for children. Sold in Tins and Bottles. PERSIAN INSECT DESTROYING POWDER This Powder is quito harmless to animals, but unrivalled in des- troying every species of insect in all stiiges of metamorphosis. Sold in Packets, Tins, and Bottles of various sizes CAUTION.-tf3f The Public are requested to observe that all the above preparations bear the Trade Mark as herein shown. Sold by all Chemists & Druggists. TR&DIJ MÄEB3 RT M M E L'S CHOICE PER FUMERY, IIILANG...

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OUR ILLUSTRATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 11 May 1872

. . . _ OUR ILLUSTRATIONS ARE headed, with specimens of the Durham and Hereford breeds of cattle, as they existed in England about the year 1830. Theodore and Countess, tho first prize bull and cow of the Durham or shorthorns, and Oxford Lad, with Leonora, the first prize bull and cow of their respective classes, are the chose o examples of the character and style, these two rival breeds have assumed in 1872. The study and compari- son may be useful and instructive. We regret that we had neither time nor space to place the Devon in his proper position ; but he shall not be overlooked. Whether these enormous frames, on small feet and deli- cate supports, are the useful and profitable cattle to breed for our climate and habit, is very doubtful. However, they are fashionable, beautiful, and wonderful. The gallant, courageous, enduring Tim Whiffler, is the first prize horse of 1872, and deservedly so. Tim's hard earned character ÍB too well known to need description. Many horses are rac...

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The New South Wales Agriculturist and Crazier [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 11 May 1872

'":*^"Sp.SmÉ VSaip %$\{itûtm{Bt mut éimtó[. WA STE NOT." "TRUTH WITHOUT FEAR OR FAVOUR." DAYS OV WEEK <fc! MONTH, SUN. MOON. 6TH. MONTH.J ALMANAC EOE JUNE, 1872. [30 Í)AYS. Mean Temperature.... -. 53. £?] A>eiag°l Rainy Days..ll.S Mon. Tu. Wed. Th. Fri. Sat. Sun. h. nilli.mjA. M r.M 10.S8 4.56 2. [1S29. ñW.Australiaibunded, 0.59,4.50 3. G'2.151stSuu. aft. Trinity. Day's Length, lOh. lm. iii.m 3,7. 0 4 7.. 0 517. 67. 7,7. 1 S 7. S 9.7. ii li. ia 4.5(3 4.515 4.50 4.55 4.55 4.55 4.55 A.M. II'.M. [ 4. 4| 8. 4 ' 5. 4: 3.30¡ linstld, LS30. 0. 3¡ 4. Hi First Eishop of Syd. 7. 2Í 4.48'0 New Moon. 0 5S 5. «3! [Moruya, 1802. 8.50 0.20,Silver ore disovd. at| 7.40| 7.12 2nd Sun. aft. Trinity. Day's Length, Oh. 50m. ¡h.m h.m A ar. P.M. 10,7. 2Í4.55 10.23' S. 7 11,7. 314.55 ll. 1 0. 3 12,7. 44.55 11.3410. Ol 4 4.65 P.M. 5 4.55 12.35 5 4.55; 1. 2! 5 4.55 1.32| 10.56! 11.53 A.M. 12.52 [River, 1851.1 Gold'disovd. at Turon 17 Welcome Ng't. f. lSSS.jlS Fitzroy Gov., 1851. First Gen. Elec...

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THE AGRICULTURAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 11 May 1872

THE AGRICULTURAL SHOW. 'THE most promiaent and valuable exhibit in this department was, undoubtedly,, the Live Stock. We regret, in one sense, that so great and marked a difference should have .occurred. Tillage, and its results, should have been better represented ; why it was not, remains open to explanation. As the ^ownei'3 and breeders of live stock so wisely patronized the show, they deserve the first mention. Oommeucing as does the catalogue, with the Horses, we start with the gallant Tim Whinier, whose portrait is given in our illustrations. In justice to the clever artist (Mr.^ Montagu Scott) who drew him, we ought to state that Tim was in bad form for .a portrait-neither in racing condition, nor in stud fettle. However, he carried away the first prize for "Blood Horses-For all Pur- poses," and deservedly, in our opinion; yet without detracting from the merits of his competitors. We are judging, not with racing as the premier point in view, but as to .generally useful qualit...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 11 May 1872

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. A. , G. M., 'Murrurundi.-Much obliged' -.kaili appear in enming number. ? Northern Agricultural Association-Thanks for pamphlet.

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