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Poetry. "IN THE GLOAMING." [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 19 March 1873

poetry "IN THE GLOAMING." BY F. S. WILSON. 'T is pleasant in the gloaming, when the day is hush'd to rest, _ _ And the gold and crimson sunshine is fading in the west ; When purple mists are rising where the sun uprose at morn, And the music of the twilight is breathing thro' the corn ; When shadows steal around us, so beautiful and soft, And the wind with viewless fingers moves the gold-green leaves aloft ; O 't is in the quiet gloaming, that the days when first we met Come back with all their olden charm to us, sweet Violette ! 'T was such an hour as this, love ; the busy day had spent Its prime, and we amid the corn passed singing as we went ; And all the vows I uttered you met with glad surprise, Till golden stars look'd down and mock'd the radiance of your eyes. The sickle-waiting harvest hung down its golden head, And the harvest-time of gladness its summer o'er us shed ; Ah ! in the lagging seasons since, did you or I forget The eve when thus we parted in the gloam- ing, Viol...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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THE MUMMY. A TRUE SKETCH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 19 March 1873

THE MUMMY. A TRUE SKETCH. IN the year 1845,1 left Liverpool, in the ship B-, ostensively bound to the coast of South America, but with the intention of seeking the Island of Ichaboe, said to be rich in guano deposits. We found it easily, and were soon satisfied it would be advantageous to take iii a cargo of guano, which, in some, parts, lay eleven feet-the accumulation of ages. Guano is' simply the dung of sea hirds, which frequent the island by thou- sands. Among the many, penguins abound, which are about the size of a duck, and are easily taken by hand. The flesh is not palatable, being strong and fishy; their eggs, however, are not to be despised, though in- ferior to those of our barn door fowls. Ichaboe is a barren island on the south-west coast of Africa, on the Namagua country, perhaps seventy miles distant from the main- land, and, probably, a mile in circumference. Our vessel lay about half a mile from the shore. When it came on to blow hard, we had to up anchor, or slip c...

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THE AFRICAN DIAMOND-FIELDS. A. STROKE OF LUCK, AND A SENSATIONAL CHRISTMAS EVE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 19 March 1873

THE AFRICAN DIAMOND-FIELDS. À. STROKE OP LUCK, AND A SENSATIONAL CHRISTMAS EVE. IT was at the time when the fever of enter- prise on the diamond-fields first became the rage, that I took my passage on board a London steamer bound too South Africa, We reached Algoa Bay after a pleasant run of thirty-five days. Were it not for tres- passing too much on the reader's time, I might be tempted to record some of the incidents of the voyage, as well as the journey up to the fields, but these I leave for a future occasion. Let it be sufficient to say that I reached the scene of the grand lottery, after fifty days of wearisome march under the broiling heat of an African sun. I had resolved from the first to join no party, and to have no associates, until I had I seen the characteristics of the spot, and the real nature of the work to be done. With this intention, therefore, I had taken with 1 me very few things, and these only what I absolutely wanted. Faithful to my purpose, I spent the firs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 19 March 1873

MARAVILLA COCOA.-No breakfast table is complete without this delicious beverage.-The Globe says : " Various importers and manufacturers have at- tempted to obtain a reputation for their prepared Cocoas, but we doubt whether any thorough success had been achieved until Messrs. Taylor Brothers dis- covered the extraordinary qualities of Maravilla Cocoa. Adapting their perfect system of prepartion to the finest of all species of Theobroma, they have produced au article which supersedes every other Cocoa in the market. Entire solubility, a delicate aroma, and a rare concentration of the purest elements of nutrition, distinguish the Maravilla Cocoa above all others. For homoeopaths or invalids we could not recommend a more agreeable or valuable beverage." Sold in packets only by all grocers, of whom also may be had Taylor Brothers' Original Homoeopathic Cocoa and Soluble Chocolate. Steam Mills, Brick Lane, London. Export Chicory Mills, Bruges, Belgium.-ADVT. HEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. THI...

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Shifs and Contribances. AVAILABLE IN WILD COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 19 March 1873

Miîtë mia ContrtbancfSu AVAILABLE IN WILD COUNTRIES. BY FRANCIS GALTON. F. R. G. S. [These hints include the experience of all j kinds of countries-the Bush, the Desert, ' the Prairie, the Ice, the Water-side, and j the Jungle,-and, in their compilation, the I author has been indebted to nearly every j modern traveller of eminence.. In addition to this help, and his own valuable ex ' perience, he has made use of numerous important suggestions forwarded by various correspondents. Having finished the chapter devoted to WATER, we now commence the article which treats of PIBE. In this will be found directions how to obtain and main- tain fires, under difficult circumstances how to collect various kiuds of fuel-how to construct camp fires on the best prin- ciple, &c. We have no doubt these hints will be of invaluable assistance to many thousands who have, by force of circum- stances, to. traverse the vast interior of this laud]. FIRE. ALTHOUGH, in the teeth of every precaution, f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 16 April 1873

THE 'LARGESTi AND' MOST . EXTENSIVE (BED- DING MANUFACTURERS IN THE COLONY. To Hotelkeepers, Storekeepers, Parties about v Furnishing, &c. AND T L Y O NS' , AUSTRALIAN BEDDING WAREHOUSE, 7 Bridge-street, ha3 the largest stock of Bedding of any housein Sydney. - ' , Mattresses re-made and cleaned by steam. Note the Address : ." " H. AND R. LYONS, 7 Bridge-street, Branch Establishments: 165 Castlereagh-street, and 160 South Head Road. Australian Steam Bedding Factory, Queen's Place, and -.' Underwood-street. ?. T O CK REY, BOON, & CO., I. J :; -BEDDING MANUFACTURERS, 417 GEORGE STREET, two doors from Lassetter's, and STEAM FACTORY, 571 KENT. STREET, WEAR LIVERPOOL^STREET. Mattresses and Palliasses ofj the best material and Workmanship. Horsehair, Flock, Fibre, and Flax mattresses in every size always on hand. Mattresses cleansed and re-made by steam. . > T^RARD'S PIANOFORTES ex Xii MORAVIAN. A large invoice of these magnificent Instruments -; ' . JUST UNPACKED. COLL...

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THE BURIED CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 16 April 1873

THE BURIED CITY. THE unearthing of Pompeii is still going forward, promising much for the future. There was recently discovered the body of a woman who had fallen clutching a bag of gold. The hardened ashes became a mould of the victim. And in this case the crust did not break. Into the cavity plaster-of paris was poured. The result was a perfect cast of a woman as she died, gripping her bag of ninety pieces of gold, two silver vases, some jewels and keys. Hurrying along the street she had tripped and fallen on her side. Her arm is raised and twisted. Her hand, beautifully formed, is clutched in despair, the nails entering the skin. The head-dress, face, tissue of garments, and rings on her fingers are reproduced exactly. A corres- pondent says that the Pompeiians were evi- dently given up to pleasure, and that theirs was a life of the senses. Even now, he says, when the city has been buried eighteen hundred years, one is startled by au air of gaiety that clings to it. Doubtless it ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 16 April 1873

FITZGERALD & COLLINS, < COACHBUILDERS, 297 & 299 CASTLEREAGH ST., SYDNEY. BUILDERS of every description of American Car- riages, Buggies, Waggons, &c. Awarded Prize Medal at the last Metropolitan Intercolonial Exhibi- tion. P. and C. are in a position to execute all orders 'with the greatest dispatch, and of the best description »nd material, having workmen unsurpassed, together .with the largest stock of the finest English Ash and . American Hickory in the colony. MR. J. J. LAC HAU ME, SURGEON-DENTIST, 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. LACHAUME'S own platina paste, rendering any decayed tooth as good as ever. Teeth extracted with his new apparatus without pain. MR. GUSTAVUS GABRIEL, SURGICAL AND MECHANICAL DENTIST, DESIRES to notify that he continues to supply the inimita...

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A ROMANCE OF REAL LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 16 April 1873

A ROMANCE OF REAL LIFE. SOME years ago, when the plague was raging in several towns in the United States, the writer of this narrative had an uncle who was seized with the pestilence at his abode in Boston. When the first symptoms ap- peared, his wife sent the children into the country, and herself remained to attend upon him. Her Wends warned her against such rashness. They told her it would be death to her, and no benefit to him, for he would soon be too ill to know who attended upon liim. These arguments made no impression npon her affectionate heart. She felt that it would be a life-long satisfaction to her to know who attended upon him, if he did not. She accordingly stayed, and watched him with unremitting care. This, however, did not avail to save him. He grew worse and worse, and finally died. Those who went round with the death-carts had visited the chamber, and seen that the end was near. They now came to take the body. His wife refused to let it go. She told me that she n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 16 April 1873

k OUBjlWHEBLBR & WILSON'SjJiOCKSTITCH HU FROM £7 ô&t (HAND SEWING MACHINES IN GREAT r VARIETY FROM £3. IsEwme ¡HOWES' SEWICC flMCKE lldMUUBl SEHIMC "HMM [ ' Every description of Sewing Machines on easy terms of payment. Circulars, post free. TURNER & WOOD, Sewing Machine Importers, 849 George-street, Sydney. N.C.-Agents wanted. À H O L L AN D , A .......... PRACTICAL BILL POSTER. Bins' faithfully posted by Night or Day. All orders directed to A. HOLLAND, 151 Clarence Street North, punctually attended to. ? JO SE PH BULL ARD, ' (From THOMPSON & GILES), 360 GEORGE STREET. THE DERBY COAT. THE DERBY COAT. Just opened, DERBY COATS, 85s. Just opened, WATERPROOF COATS, 21s. Just opened, TWEED OVERCOATS, 30s. BULLARD'S OVERCOATS are the best and cheapest in Sydney. BULLARD'S Fancy Vests, Double-breasted, 21s. BULLARD'S Tweed ¡ Trousers, '22s. Cd. BULLARD'S Frock Coats, superior, . 63s. BULLARD'S Noted Pagets, 60s. BULLARD'S Joys' Clothing, guaranteed to give ...

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Literature. MARRIAGE RY MACHINERY. ONE SIDE OF THE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 16 April 1873

literature* MARRIAGE RY MACHINERY. ONE SIDE OF THE STORY. ^|¡LÍ^^sii!!?^^^! *°ve veryeariy ^^^^^^A/our family. There íC\ \ -f\ are ear^y-marrying uOll^il'y, families, as there y ^'ttl^VvVN are early peas and | ^^*^\//potatoes, and so * Ád~<3x\*-' Drotriers and .five T^^~^^ / sisters, and we I (*W$*J ( ^ before the age of \>S V twenty j some of ^^~/W. V* us several times. ¿Xj V It was our habit to ri * .» get engaged at ^ brief intervals, and the affair was generally broken off by the parental authorities on the other side, who didn't seem to think an alliance with our family would have been particularly advan- tageous. My mamma had a pretty taste for sentiment, and read lots of novels from the circulating library. My papa had no par- ticular time for sentiment, but went instead into' the city, and did all he could on a high stool at high pressure to clothe and feed the restof us that were leftathome. Irather think he found it difficult to do. We were a good, healthy yo...

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EARTHS, THEIR USE TO VEGETATION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 16 April 1873

, EARTHS, THEIR USE TO VEGETA i TIÖN. -\ ' y- . THE word earth was anciently employed to "signify one" of the four elements of which all matter was supposed to be formed, namely, air, fire, wátér, and earth. In ' the present period it has two meanings-the globe we "tenant,. and the soil on which plants vege- tate. . . . When the ancient'naturalists came to the conclusion that the whole earth was .com . posed of: four; elements^ they founded their décision: upon certain rude observations ; but they did ¿ot stop there : they proceeded to confuse themselves by variouB incomprehen- sible or delusive phrases, such as more f mMeWobserversj haye . too often,, imitated. The earth was considered as the principle of fixity, iofrhardness 'and of solidity.!.; These rude/, though; sagacious . observations, i the. early chemists, and then the alchemists strongly confirmed by the mode in which they! analyzed : vegetable substances. This they did by subjecting them in a retort to dry or destructive...

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Selected Poetry. THE BROWNS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 16 April 1873

^decteîï poetry THE BROWNS. MARGERY BROWN in her arm-chair sits, Stitching, and darning, and patching for life : The good woman seems at the end of her wits No end to the toil of a mother and wife, She'd like to be far from her home on the farm ; She sighs for the pleasure and rush of the town ; She counts every stitch, and she longs to be rich Pity the troubles of Margery Brown. Here is a coat with a rent in the sleeve ; Here is a sock with a hole in the toe ; This wants a patch on the arm, you perceive ; That must be darned at once, whether orno. It is patching, and darning, and sewing of rents, From dawn till the moment the sun goes down ; And all from those boys full of mischief and noise Pity the troubles of Margery Brown. Timothy Brown starts a-field in the morn, To folIoAV the plough-tail for many an hour ; The drought has been curling the leaves of the corn, And stirring the ground meets the lack of a shower. From the dawn of the day to the set of the sun, Through the terrib...

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WHEAT SOWING. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 16 April 1873

WHEAT SOWING. IN growing animal life all prudent people are careful that the animal's progenitors have been healthy and strong, pr they de- cline to risk the issue. Well would it be for the farmer if he were as careful in his selection of his seed grain. Like produces like, as surely in the vegetable as in the animal. Such being admitted, it would be thought that the farmer, sowing his 100 acres' of grain, which is equal in produce to £500 per annum, without the straw or chaff, would take some trouble to secure a healthy and clean seed. We are afraid that this pre -caution is seldom taken-chance it being the order of the day ; and, if a failure, the cry is-" AU the climate." Now, supposing the seed perfection, then comes the state and condition of the ground in which this clean seed is to be sown. Is it clean? Has it ever been foul ? Has the diré disease smut or blight been in it or around it? are adi im- portant" considerations, as much so us the state of . cultivation it lies in.1...

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THE FIELD-DAY AT RANDWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 16 April 1873

THE FIELD-DAY AT RANDWICK. . A prelude to the Easter en- campment to be held at Sydney was the sham right which took place at the Randwick race- course on Saturday, the 22nd of March. The defence force assembled at the Randwick road, near Moore park, and were then, preceded by a bat- tery [of six guns, marched as far as the tollbar. They then turned into the Bunnerong road and took up a position on either side of the road south of the Lachlan stream, which formed the dividing linc be- tween them and the attacking rjarty. Three of the guns were planted at the foot of Consti- tution Hill, and the other three were posted between the Bun nerong-road and the race- course. Skirmishing parties were placed iii assailable spots, and along the north bank of tho stream a line of .skir- mishers were lying in ambush.' The offensive party moved along the Military-road which branches off to Botany Heads, a strong body of skirmishers being thrown out as an ad- vanced guard for the purpose of reconn...

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SCENERY OF TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 16 April 1873

SCENERY OP TASMANIA. The inhabitants of Tasmania are justly proud of the natural beauties of their high- land home. It has been described as ' ' a beau- tiful well watered island, uniting the climate of Italy, the beauty of the Appennines, and the fertility of England." The purity of the atmosphere is very great, and the climate is of such an invi- gorating character that it acts as a wonderful restorative upon the enfeebled constitution of visitors from hotter climes. During the summer months Tasmania may be called the Biarritz or Baden Baden of the colonies, so great is the influx of tourists and invalids. Tas- mania is traversed by two mountain ranges, the one sepa- rating the central districts from those on the coasts, and tho other running in a south-east- erly direction, dividing the valley of the Derwent from that of the Gordon and Huon Rivers. The principal peaks are the Cradle Mountain, 5069 feet above the level of the sea ; Ben Lomond, 5010 feet; the Eldon Range, ,4789 fee...

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VIEWS IN PORT PHILLIP BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 16 April 1873

VIEWS IN PORT PHILLIP BAY. THE series of coast scenery given in this month's issue points a moral and adorns the tale that a couple of days' release from the cares of business and monotony of Melbourne life may well be employed in breathing the pure ozone of the sea, and exchanging the perpetual sight of bricks and mortar, and the busy hum of the toilers in the human hive, for glimpses of seaside scenes, the rippling of the waves, and the music of the waters. On a Saturday afternoon, the paddle steamer Williams lies along the Sandridge pier, steam up, about to start on her way to Queenscliff, the brilliant sun overhead, and the lake-like smoothness of the water giving promise of an agreeable trip. The Williams, built especially at Glasgow for the Austral Mian Steam Navigation Company, was for some time employed in the Queensland and Hunter River navigation trade, but the com- pany, finding her accommodation for cargo too limited for the increasing traffic, sold her to Captain James ...

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FAREWELL BANQUET TO VISCOUNT CANTERBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 16 April 1873

FAREWELL BANQUET TO VISCOUNT CANTERBURY. The farewell banquet given to his Excellency Viscount Can- terbury, prior to his departure from tho colony in the mail steamer Mool tan, was given in the largo hall of the Melbourne Town Hall on the evening of the20th of February. Great exertions had been used to ob- tain the representations of classes of colonists without re- ference to locality, and the result was that about 500 per- sons were present, the leading inhabitants of the metropolis and the up-country towns being -well represented. About half-past six o'clock his Excellency the Governor, accom- panied by the hon. Robert Manners-Sutton, and attended by Lieut. Rothwell, private ?ecretary, arrived from Bishopscourt. A guard of the local force, under the command of Oapt. Stubbs, was stationed outside the buüdrng, and reoeived the vice-regal party with the usual military honors. The hon. W. H. F. Mitchell, the hon. the Speaker, the Mayor of Melbourne, and the other members of the comm...

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Shifts and Contribances AVAILABLE IN WILD COUNTRIES. BY FRANCIS GALTON, F.R.G.S. FIRE. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 16 April 1873

â>ftfftô anti Contrtbamesí AVAILABLE IN WILD COUNTRIES. BY FRANCIS GALTON, F.R.G.S. FIRE. (Continued.) I Fire-sticks.-The sticks that savages use require a long apprenticeship to work with, and it is not every kind of sticks that will do. But if a serious emergency should occur, it is by no means hopeless to obtain fire. A THE WILD PIGEON. party of mea have advantages, because, as the work is very fatiguing, the whole party can try in turns, and, as there is considerable knack required to succeed, it is much more probable that one man out of many should succeed, than that a single beginner should do so. One person works the "drill-stick " with a rude DOW, and with his other hand holds the upper piece of Btone, or even of wood, both to steady it and to give the I requisite pressure,-gentle at first, and in ¡ creasing judiciously up to the critical moment when the fire is on the point of bursting out. Another man holds the lower piece of wood, the " fire-block," to steady it, and h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 16 April 1873

FRENCH MEDICINES . PREPARED BY GRIMAULT & CO., PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS, 8 Ruo Vivienne, Paris. OF all the Medicines offered to the Public for many years past, none have mot with such favourable reception, or beeu so generally ap- proved by the Medical Profession, as those prepared by Messrs. Grimault and Co. The model laboratories of this firm, sit\iated at Neuilly-snr-Seine, and man- aged by Dr. Leconte, Profersor in the Faculty of Medicine, ex-Pharmacist of tho Hospitals of PariB, and formerly Assistant to Dr. Claude Bernard, Professor of Physiology at the College of France, 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 constitutive elements of the bones and of the blood, and is the most rational of a'l chaly beates. It may be prescribed for the moat delicate young females whose development has boen retarded for women suffering from stomach complaints, ancemia fo...

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