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RANDWICK AUTUMN MEETING, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 February 1870

RANDWICK AUTUMN MEETING, 1870. Renewal of the (Australian) Champagne Stakes of 20 sov each,- h ft; or 5 only if declared hy tho 1st April, 1870; for two years old colts 8st 101b, and fillies 8sfc 81b; the owner of the second horse to save Ids stake, and tho winner to give two dozen of champagne to tho com mittee; five furlongs. Mr. A. Town's ch f, by Tarragon-Fairy -b c by Tarragon-Juanita E. K. Cox's ch c, by Stafford-Miss Pitsfoad John Loo's ch c, by Now "Warrior-Persian! -br c, by Kingston-Blue Bonnot -b f, by Kingston-Governess -ch f, by Kingston-Romp by Little John, Tom boy's dam James Leo's ch c, by Kingston-Maid of tho Lake R. Dines' br f, by Lord of tho Hills-Mainstay -b f, by Lord of tho Hills-Star of Peace -b f, by Now Warrior-Amcthyat -ch c, Lord of tho Hills-Littlu Queen -bl or br c. by Lord of the HillB-a brown maro brod by Mr. Wyndham -b c by Lord of tho Hills- Queen of Hearts R. Rouso's b f Valerio, by Kingston-Problem, by Bronze wing-Problem by Sir John L. TJhde's bl...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE AUTUMN MEETING, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 February 1870

MELBOURNE AUTUMN MEETING, 1870.. The Ascot Yale Stakes, a sweepstakes of. 20 BOVB each, k ft, witk 200 sovs added. For two-year-olds. Colts Sst lOlbsj fillies 8st 71b. The winner of anytwo year-old race to corry 61b extra. Five furlongs; The second horse to receive ten per cent, of the stake. Mr. J. Moffatt's b f-, Stockownor-Corva J. Moffatt's b c-, Panic-Fisherman's Daughter S. Waldock's br f Starlight T. Gordon's b c Chancellor "VV. Field's b f-, Peter Wilkins-Our Noll W. Field's b f-, Potor Wilkins-Ellen G. Watson's b c-, Delhi-Agra G. Watson's gr f-Snowdon-Komp H. Fisher's br f-, Stockownor-Glldormlro J. Tait's b f Florence , . G. Lewis's b c Young Australia (late Lord of Clyde) J. Arthur's b f True Blue Dr. Bath's ch c Boland Avon»l Mr. J. Cleeland's b f Bribery. . '? St. Leger Stakes, a sweepstakes of 25 sovs, 5 ft, with 200 sovs added. For 3 yr olds. Colts, 8st 101b; fillies, 8st71b. If milo and 132 yards. The second horse to receive 10 per cent, of the stake. Mr. W. Gerrard...

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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 February 1870

Impoundings. ABERDEEN.-Roan colt, black points, 1M near shoulder ; bay colt star, black points, like B blotched over J near shoulder -, brown mare, star, cross over M near shoulder, AV over RO off shoulder; brown maro, black points, short tau, JA (tho A writing capital) near shoulder ; dark chestnut mare, like JA (the A writing capital) near shoulder r chest nut mare, blaze, off fore foot white, JW off shoulder and cheek 8 over T over JS near shoulder ; bay horso, saddle marked, 6 off shoulder, like circle dash In centre off ribs, Ci near shoulder, star ; yellow bay horse, shod star and snip, hind feet white, liko M (writing capital) near shoulder. BURROWA.-Blach mare, C over TR off shoulder ; black mare, TR sideways near shoulder, TR off shoulder ; bay maro, RH near shoulder, 5 off shoulder ; dark bay mare, samo brand, star ; hay maro, samo brand, white face ; black horse, RH over G near shoulder, 5 off shoulder; bay colt, RH near shoulder, 5 off shoulder, white face ; bay maro, a"...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Crown Land Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 February 1870

Crown Land Sales. Tho Ministor for Lands has notified that tho follow ing lots of land will bo offorod for sale by publia auction at the undermentioned places, at ll o'clock, on the days specified, at the upsot prioe offered to e ooh lot respectively : "WALCHA.-1st Maroh : 4 of 40a eaoh, 44a, 43a 2r, 41a 3r, 41a 2r, about 2k miles easterly from John .Fletcher's 39a at Orundunby hoad station; 2 of40a eaoh, and 42a 2r, adjoining the western and northern boundaries of J. Fatohor's lOOo ; parish of Orundunby, 3 of 40a, 42a 2r 44a, between ¡J a mdo and 2 'nulet south-easterly from J. Flotohor's 160a; parish of Branga, 76a on tta) road from Walcha to Tia, adjacent to tho north-eastern corner of lilako's condittonal purohaso of 40a; parish of Waterloo, I28a and lola, at tho right bank of the Apsley River, between Theo's 167a and Hill's condi tional purchase of 33fj. Upset price £1 per acre. YASS.-1st March : 50a on tho right bank of Littlo Plains Crook adjoining the northern boimdary of Mo...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 February 1870

rp H E ATE E ROYAL ADEL V HI Lessees-LIONEL HARDING" WILSON, and II ABBE. Open ovory Evening, under the solo direction of MISS ROSA COOPER. Elaborate and costly Scenery by tho Groat Scenic Painters, WILSON and HABBE. Tho Adelphi PANTOMIME drew sovonty-flvo thousand pooplo, and enjoyed a mu of ovor six weeks. Tlie Star Company ls at the Adelphi. Tho Pit of tho Adelphi Is sixpence. MADAME SOHIER'S EXHIBITION SYDNEY. THE WONDER OF THE AGE, THE THAUMATASCOPE. With this romarkablo apparatus you can soe through tho HUMAN BODY, or any object animate or inanimate. Scientific men pronounce lt tho Nonpareil of Optical Illu sions. Just added, JOHN CLARK ; also, LORD CLYDE, just arrived from London. Other now flguros, SIAMESE TWINS, &c. Open 10 a.m. till 10 p.m. . 'Admission, ls. ; Children, Od. THE MERCANTILE BANK OE SYDNEY allows intorest on FIXED DEPOSITS at tho following rates, viz. : For 3 months, at 4 per cont, per annum. 0 ditto, at 5 ditto ditto 12 ditto, at fiVdltto ditto 18 di...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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The Volunteers. NO. 1 COMPANY SYDNEY BATTALION VOLUNTEER RIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 February 1870

The Volunteers. NO. 1 COMPANY SYDNEY BATTALION VOLUNTEER RIFLES. THE usual yearly prizo shooting of thia Company has already commenced, and in addition to the handicap subscription matches and Company Cham pion Medal, prizes have been presented by Ensign Cooper, Messrs. F. T. Walker and J. Slade, par ticulars of which will be found below. Tho shooting has not been up to tho average of this company, in a great measure owing to unfavour able weather. Subjoined are particulars and condi tions of the matches which have boen contested : SUBSCRIPTION PHIZES.-Those are made up by volun tary contributions and entrance fee of Gd per month from each competitor, amounting in the aggregate to between £40 and £50 during the year, and allow ances aro made to the medium and indifferent shots of the Company of from . 1 to 12 points in 15 shots. This has been found to work so well that as many as 35 members of the company have competed during a month. The shooting takes place three times in each mon...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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DISTEMPER IN DOGS. To the Editor of the Town and Country Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 February 1870

DISTEMPER IN DOGS. To thc Editor of thc Town and Country Journal. Sir,-In your last issue of Town and Country " Cannon Ball" gives us the cure for tho above dis temper; but he says nothing about the preventivo and as I believe that prevention is better than cure, I take tho pleasure of forwarding to you a word on that subject, which may be iiseful to some of your readers. I refer to the feeding bf a dog. The only causo of distemper is tho frequent \ise of fresh beef. In order, thorofore, to prevent the distemper getting hold of any valuablo dog, feed 1dm with, salt hoof previously boiled, and there is no fear of your losing him ; he will also be more healthy than those whioh. aro fed on frosh beef. So, if eithor of your cor respondents-" Grapo Shot" or "Cannon Ball" - wishes to preserve his dogs freo from tho dis temper, let him try tho above I romain, ou*. yours, BLUNDERBUSS.

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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Horticultural Society of New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 February 1870

Horticultural Society of New South Wales. On Thursday the usual monthly meeting of the ahovo society was hold in tho School of Arts. Tho attondanco was good, hut the exhibits wore princi pally pot plants. The principal exhibits were Jus tinia Zebrina, Abutilion Thompsonii, Alocassia, Jenningsii roses, Achimonos azalea, Eoino de Pays- . Bas, new tree tomato ; as well as some fine dahlias. Mr. Joseph Thompson occupied tho chair. EXHIBITS. Mr. Hilly, of Enfield, exhibited a miscellaneous collection of fine fruit. Mr. Bantin, amateur : Excellent specimens of seedling roses, verbenas, also Ringleader verbena; a collection of doublo zinnias and Ipomoea Bona nos, . Mi\ Robert Hondorson, of Camollia Grove Nur sery, Newton : Dahlias-Countess of Portsmouth, Countess of Belgravo, Model, Beauty of tho Grove, Venus, Lollipop, Bob Ridley, Lady Pennent, Nevill Keynes, Zebra, La Billa Blond, Goldfinder, Madgo Wildfiro, Maria Cartor, Mrs. Handsard, Miss Bennett, Butterfly, Princess Charlotto, Impori...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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The Earthquake Panic in South America. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 February 1870

The Earthquake-Panic in South America. ; .'_ Limn, October 14.-It is moro than throe months since the prediction of the Gorman astronomer Falb first leached Peru, and from that time nothing else has been talked about or thought of. According to his theory, " tho sun and moon buinx in perigee on tho 5th of Octobor would havo a powerful influence upon tho inner crust of tho oarth and upon tho ocean waves in all countries near tho equator, and hé felt it his duty to warn thc inhabitants of Peru that on or about tho 28th and 30th of Soptembcr dreadful earthquakes and vol canic disturbances would take place." Ho also wroto a pamphlet in dofenco of his theory, which was translated into Spanish and extensively sold here. Various opinions were expressed as to his sanity. Ho was said to bo tho principal officiai in thc observatory at Berlin, _ but this was denied. Thou ho \va3 a priest residing in North Ger-' many, which was tho truth. Others snid a very scientific man, but this again was co...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SCIENCE—INVENTION— CONSTRUCTION. Graphotype.—A New Mode of Engraving. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 February 1870

SCIENCE-INVENTION CONSTRUCTION. Graphe-type.-A New Mode of En graving1. ABEAUTIFUL and ingenious process whic has boen, happily termed Graphotypo, hi lately come into uso in England and America, a spec men of tho results of -which -wo present our readers i tho accompanying view of St. Pauls. Discovered by ono of those lucky acoidonts of whic genius alone cnn appreciate tho true significance an value, it at once became an important auxiliary to th resource of art. To l\Ir. D. C. Hitchcock, a wei' known artist and wood engraver of New York, ht longs tho merit of tho invention. _ On ono occasion b found it necessary to correct a drawing upon hos wood with whito, and having nono of that pigments hand, it occurred to him to make use of tho enam( of a common visiting card. It was in removing th enamel with a wot brush that he observed thiscurior fact that tho printed characters on tho card romaine in foliof, because tho ink used in impressing them re ßistod tho action of the water. Slr. H...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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Extracting Gold by Zinc. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 February 1870

Extracting Gold by Zinc THE »Sa« Francisco Bulletin gives tho following par ticulars of a plan patented by Mr. D'Heureuse, of this city, for oxtracting gold by zinc :-When wo fairly ox aniine the retentive faculty of quicksilver for gold we find it very limited indoed ; that the affinity only acts on the perfectly pure surface of both-a minority of cases, in reality ; and that a reduction in temperature so greatly reduces the affinity that it hardly exists below a temperature of 45 deg Pahr. The result is that, on an average, only one half, or thereabouts, of the gold is extracted by quicksilver from the ore ; the rest is either camed as float gold by the water required for tho bat teries, or romains in the tailings. This fact, known to oveiy intelligent operator, should alone bo sufficent to point out the imperative necessity of devising other ex tracting agents for tho majority of oro, containing moro than twenty-five dollars per ton, but not rich enough to leave a profit by direc...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 February 1870

Departmont of Public Works, Sydney, Oth January, 1870. TENDERS for PUBLIC WORKS and SUPPLIES.-Tondors aro Invited for .tho following TPublio Works and Supplies. For full particulars seo GOVERN MENT GAZETTE, a fllo of which is kest at overy Police-offlco in tho colony. > . No Tonder will be takon into consideration unless the terms of tho notico are strictly complied w?th. Tho Government does not bind itself to accopt tho lowest or any tondor. Naturo of Works and Supplies. Date at which Ten ders can bo received at this Office Erection of a Kitchen ut thu Wutch-1 house, Port Macquarie | Erection of a ? Kitchen at thc Watch House, Paterson Drainage at Government House . ll o'clock a.m. on Tuesday, 8th Feb ruary Supply of a Steam Tug for Dredge, Lytton. Eroction of Brldgo over tho Ellenborough Uiver. ll o'clock on Tues day, lßth Febru I ary. Erection of ttn Iron Bridge over tho Urara lilvor ll . o'clock a.m. on Tuosday, 8th March. JOHN SUTHERLAND. Department of Lands, Sydnoy, 25th Ja...

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My Holiday Trip to Victoria and Tasmania. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 February 1870

-WAHGUNYAH, AND MUDGE, OVER THE RIVER MURRAY. My Holiday Trip to Victoria and I Tasmania. (CONTINUED.) As we came alongside tue pier, it was not witnout considerable surprise that I observed the extraordinary appliances art had given Sandridge to assist commerce. Mighty ships of two and three thousand tons carrying capacity, lay there in numbers, discharging by aid of steam machinery cargoes of merchandise, which dis appeared as if by magic along a railway that extends its lines in every direction. Before me was the Golden City ; in my rear was Williamstown; on my right were Emerald Hill, St. Kilda, and Brighton ; on my left Footscray and the Yarra, towards each of which places trains were rushing ; and from them, scarcely without intermission, came the piercing shriek «rf the steam whistle. Fromthovery pierhead, ranging as far as my eye could carry mo, stood stately hotels, gigantic store houses, huge manufactories, as well as humbler habita tions of labour and enterprise, of every...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 February 1870

BIRTHS. At her residence, Ironbarks, on Saturday the 22nd January, the wife of Mr. J. L. Isaacs, J.P., of a son. On the 22nd January, at Murrurundi, the wife of Thomas M. Newman, of a son. On the 22nd January, at her residence, Leichardt, Balmain road, Mrs. J. Williams, of a daughter. On the 23rd January, at 95 George-street, the wife of Mr. George Murdock Wynn, of a daughter. On the 17th January, at her residence, Lake Condah, Vie toria, Mrs. J. W. C. Flower, of a daughter. On the 10th January, at her residence, Stephen-street, Bal— main, Mrs. Charles Davis, of a daughter. On the 20th January, at her residence, Enfield, the wife of Mr. B. A Cotton, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. At the Scots Church, on Saturday, 20th January, by the Rev. Dr. Lang, Mr. James Henderson, carpenter, Miller's Point, a native of the colony, of Scottish parentage, to Ellen, fourth daughter of Mr. Thomas Grant, Brisbane Water, also a native of the colony. On the 4th January, at St. Silas's, Waterloo, by the Rev...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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The Labour Aspect of the Sugar Question. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 February 1870

The Labour Aspect of the Sugar Question. . The following letter has appeared in tho Sydney daily journals: Sir,-In your issue of the 19fch, commentaries appear hereon, headed as above, upon tho existing opinions of some of our leading men that tliis new industry will not pay unless we have a large importation of cheap labour. In offering my views hereon, I will confine them to publicly authenticated facts, and to its recorded history. First I shall contrast its financial aspect here with that of other sugar producing parts of tho world, where I will presume that labour costs only £10 per annum, and in this colony at £70 per annum, upon a crop of twenty-four acres of cane, which either more or less is sufficient to elucidate this very important question. A sugar estate in New South Wales will yield when duly managed, 72 tons sugar, at £30 ... £2100 Deduct cost of labour tor seven months, at £70 per annum ... ... ... ... ... 490 Profit, as confined to cost of labour only ... £1070 A t...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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Harrow-Toothed Cultivators and Scarifiers. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 February 1870

Harrow-Toothed Cultivators and Scarifierai ANY one who has passed much of his time in the Aus tralian hush, and amongst the grain growers of the co lonies, cannot have failed to notice the apathy of farmers on the subject of improved and modern agricul tural machinery and fanning implements. "With tho exception of thrashing machines, which are now gene rally used, colonial farmers are worse provided with agricultural implements than were the farmers of Eng land in the time of George tho Third. "We cannot say what may have been done in a few parts of Victoria during the past ten years, in the matter of introducing newly invented agricultural implements ; nor as to their introduction into isolated spots in this colony ¡ wo speak of the general body of farmers throughout tho colonies-and we are certain that our sweeping as sertion with regard to them will bo borne out by every observing man. A few such men as Mr. M'Dugal and even Mr. Edward Wilson, of Victoria, have, we believe, endeav...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Horse Question. No. II. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 February 1870

The Horse Question. No. II. WE introduce with pleasure the petition and accom panying explanatory papers of F. R. L. Rossi, Esq., respecting the horse taxation question. Mr. Rossi has incurred some expense, and given himself a vast amount of trouble concerning this matter. It is clear that something must be done, and done at once by somebody, and so Mr. Rossi has despatched printed petitions and explanatory notes to all the known breeders in the colony. It is most cheering to mark this unselfish determi nation on the part of ono man, evidently bent on pressing this reform to its climax. We trust that those called upon will respond hear tily, constitute themselves centres of local action, and urge on the necessity of some great change ; and that Mr. Rossi's movement will win the respect and com mand the sympathy and counsel of every owner of horse stock. Any gentleman not yet furnished with thom may receive from F. lt. L. Rossi, Esq., copies of the papers, with instructions how to pr...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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Improved Post-Driving Machine. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 February 1870

Improved Post-Driving Machine. LOOKING to tho increasing oxtonaion of pastoral on« , terpriso, and recollecting tho largo expenditure annu ally received in tho fencing in of runs, it is manifestly of vast importance to thc squattar that he should como to tho knowledge of tho most cffectivo appli ances hy which tho work can bo substantially exe cuted, while the outlay on labour may bo vory much economised. It is clear that wiro fencing is not so nearly as effective as desired. Stock aro continually ninning against il, and accidents from its uso aro fre quont contingencies that seldom occur if the ordinary post-and-rail fonco is constructed. The cost of tho lattor, howovor, is very much increased by tho amount of manual labour that has to bo oxponded upon sinking tho posts, and hence, tho introduction of a machino that is applicable to that purposo is a thing to be desired on overy station and every form. Admitted (as is contended by the inventor of tho machino, a diagram of which is ...

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Newly-discovered Amphibian. CERATODUS FOBSTERI. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 February 1870

THE XEW AJtriliniAN' (CERATODUS FORSTER!). Newly-discovered Amphibian. j CERATODUS FOBSTERI. AN auiphibioiis animal found in the Dawson Rivor, Queensland, has recently been presented by the Hon. W. Forster to the Museum. As the accompanying engraving shows, this animal has more external resem blance to the fish than to tho reptile. But it diffors in some important respects from fish. Its body is covered with scales as large as a crown piece. Its head has a snake-liko appearance It has four flappers or fins, instead of legs, and a tail like a catfish. It has no dorsal or anal fin. Its spine and cranium aro carti laginous ; its only bone being the ends of tho ribs and the teeth. It has two largo incisors at tho end of the upper jaw. For molars it has four solid plates serrated. In the district where it is found, tho Dawson and the Bumot rivers, it is called by tho colonists "salmon." Tho aboriginal name is baranionda or baramondi. A description furnished by Mr. Krefft of this curious ...

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MINES AND MINING. The Braidwood District. [FROM OUR TRAVELLING MINING REPORTER]. ARALUEN VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 5 February 1870

MINES AND MINING. The Braidwood District. [FROM OUR TRAVELLING MINING REPORTER]. AHAT.TTEN VALLEY. "AUE you going down the mountain ?" is the question asked of tho traveller by thom of Elrington or Major's Creek, tho descent of " tho mountain" being tho main feature in the walk to Araluen. From Elrington Post Office to tho bottom of tho moxintain is three miles ; mivMlo Araluen six miles ; and to Mudmelong or Lower Araluen, nine miles. Strange differences too this mountain makes in tho climates of places only re moved from each other by the space of two milos. On the top or table land Mr. Archer is hay making yet, while tho chinato of Araluen is perhaps hotter than Camden or Sydnoy. An excellent sidling track has boon cut clown tho mountain, which in its devious winding opens and closes alternately exquisite views of the distant valley glowing in the setting sun. Distance and smoke lend enchantment to tho view, for distance mellows innd tones the nigged results of mining operations,...

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