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

THE LADIES» FAVOURITE, ^ > BOW BELLS. THE LARGEST MAGAZINE EVER PUBLISHED. Splendid Illustrations. Extraordinary Attractions., MONTHLY, NINEPENCE. NINETY-SIX PAGES OF ORIGINAL MATTER« SIXTY TO SEVENTY ENGRAVINGS, and from Four to Five New Pieces of Original MUSIO. GENERAL CONTENTS : Four or five Original Tales, illustrated. Complete Stories. Essaya-historical, scientific, and domestic Picturesque Sketches-being views of cities, town», public buildings, and remarkable sites. The Fine Arts, copies of celebrated paintings, by the most eminent Artists. Adventures, National Customs, and Curious Facts. Portraits and memoirs of eminent personages. Poetry. Varieties. Sayings and Doings. Our Own Sphinx. THE LADIES' PAGES, especially devoted to the fair BOX, and furnishing bean« tiful patterns of needlework, the fashions, &o. Tho undermentioned Supplements are presented Monthly. 1. A Double Size Paris Fashion Plate of the Month, Five to Six Figures. 2. A Handsome Sheet of Coloured ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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Chapters on Common Things No. XIII. SUGAR-—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 16 April 1873

Chapters on Common Cbfng* No. XIII. SUGAR-/ Continued. ) Down a wide flight of stone stairs, along a cool passage, and through a pair of huge fold- ing doors, the visitor reaches the granulating room. It is immediately beneath the boiling house, and contains many sets of capacious Heidelburgh-looking vats, in which are the first boilings of the new crop granulating and drainiug, ready for shipment to England. I was shown a little sugar remaining over from the last year's harvest, and a more perfect crystal, and finer, fuller flavour, I certainly never remember. It was white as any salt, and shone brilliantly like pure crystals in the sunlight. It had been prepared by some new and improved process, of wbich the Mauri- tius planters are now ready to avail them- selves ; and what is of equal value to the beautiful appearance is, that the yield of sugar from the juice is much greater by this process, and at the same time the proportion of drainage or molasses is much less. When the suga...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Australian Natural Distorp. THE WILD PIGEON. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 16 April 1873

australian Raturai 5ttötorp* THE WILD PIGEON. OP Pigeons there are a greater variety in Australia than in any other country on earth; From one extremity of New South, Wales to the other they arfe to be met with in vast numbers. The handsomest of the class is the magnificent green or fruit pigeon, of which "Wollongong is the most favourite haunt ; Occasionally, however, it is met with in /gardens near Sydney. It feeds chiefly on wild figs. Of all the pigeons the wonga wonga is the .most admired for the extreme delicacy of its flesh. It is a large bird, but comparatively %carce and difficult to shoot. The most com- mon kindisthebronze wing, so called from the 'metallic lustre of its plumage. These are num- erous even in the brush and scrub lands about j .Sydney.

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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Selections Grabe and Gap. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 16 April 1873

Selections <§rabe anü <3ny. THE DEAF AND BLIND.-A doctor adver- tises that persons afflicted with deafness might hear of him in a house in Diffey-street, where, also, blind persons might see him daily from three till ten o'clock. SCOTCH BULL.-A Paisley gentleman gets the credit for having demanded, in a letter to the newspapers, to know "why women should not be freely allowed to become medi- cal men?" 1 NICKNAMES OF THE.UNITED STATES.-It may interest some of our readers to know the curious nicknames which have been given to the States of the Union, or rather to! the residents thereof. They are as fol- lows : Alabama, Lizards ; Arkansas, Tooth- picks ; California, Góld-hunters ; Colarado, Rovers ; Connecticut, wooden nutmegs ; Delaware, Muskrats ; Florida, Fly-up-the Creeks ; Georgia, Buzzards ; Illinois, Suck- ers ; Indiana, Hoosiers; Iowa, Hawkey es ; Kansas, Jayhawkers ; Kentucky, Corn crackers ; Louisiana, Creoles ; Maine, Foxes ; Maryland, Crawthumpers ; Mi...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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Notice of New Work. Typhoid Fever, its pathology and treatment, by ANDREW ROSS, M.D. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 16 April 1873

0ottce ot'&eto moth. Typhoid Fever,-its pathology and treatment, ^ 'by ANDREW ROSS, M.D. Î.W-B have received a copy, of a pamphlet of -sixty pages, bearing the above title. Al- though of more immediate interest to the ^medical' profession, it will well repay the general, reader for a thoughtful perusal.. As ^typhoid fever is now unusually^preva-: lent in most parts of the colony, the publica 1 '¡fcioñ1 of Dr.' Rcss's pâmphlèt iâ rather Üpróp6s\ , 'ilvD&to.äojfötie'ss,.' \w^<;.,achie^,'the{'' endf; the ' ^author has in viewrr-namely, ' M to ¡render his . <: services useful; to: his fellow-Creatüres,; and tó ! beithe means of preventing, if possible,'"the ; sacrifice of many valuable lives." The work. i;also treats, cursorily on Diphtheria, Cumber-. _,land,Disease, and Pleuro-pneqmonia. Messrs. Gibbs, Shallard, & Co., are tbe :?- publishers, and the neatness of the work ; reflects no little credit on the printing ap-, !!,pliances of their ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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The Month. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 16 April 1873

MR. PARKES may be congratulated on the success that has marked the Session which is now drawing to a close. Although it has not been characterised by the passing into law of any important measures, great cohesion has been observable among the supporters of the Ministry, and when we consider that' most, if not all, of Mr. Parkes's resolutions have had a substantial majority, we repeat that the session is one of which he may reason- ably feel proud. One measure in which the Premier has displayed great fixedness of purpose-the Legisla- tive Council Bill-has not resulted according to its pro- genitor's anticipations. Subjected to an exceedingly harassing cross-fire from Captain Onslow, who wished the old system of nomineeism retained, and from Mr. Garrett, who was inclined to do without any Upper House at all, it had a terrible time of it. Like the heroes of Balaclava, " cannon to right of it, cannon to left of it,: cannon in front of it, volleyed and thundered," and, having passed the ...

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 — 16 April 1873

t ,, , ' ÖUR MAY issue will be a DOUBLE NUMBER, Containing an J£XTI\A JL/AF^GE SUPPLEMENT, Being a copy of Cruikshank's celebrated and now rare picture THE WORSHIP OF BACCHUS. .. . -' I This illustration is from a fine steel engraving, and abounds with characteristic incident, depicting the " introduction and effects of drink, from the cradle to the grave. In the various groups several hundred figures are ? introduced, and the buildings have been localised to ! New South Wales. The attention of Temperance Societies, in particular, is directed to this opportunity of obtaining a copy, of 1 the above rare and curious engraving. '.. Agents and'others are requested to order early as ^only a limited number will oe produced.;%Su~ «M£3 HtoBMHKHmüM^^- - ....

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NIGHT CAMP AT BOTANY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 16 April 1873

NIGHT CAMP AT BOTANY. As a kind of prelude to the general encamp- ment at Bichmond, which has just concluded, a sham fight and military field-day, took place in the vicinity of Bandwick Race-Course, on Saturday, March 22. Operations were com- menced by the N. S. W. Permanent Artil- lery Force marching out to Botany on the .'previous afternoon, and camping out for the night. The force was under the command of Major Airey, and consisted of a full battery of six "nine pounders," with four horses \ attached to each. Besides the Commandant, v were: present-Captain Spalding, Lieutenant Lindeman, and Lieutenant Russell, with . Surgeon Bedford. The detachment consisted of seventy rank and file. The whole body presented a very martial appearance as it proceeded along the line of march from Syd ' ney to Botany. On reaching the Sir Joseph Banks' Hotel, the men encamped for the night in a paddock adjoining. Here the tents were pitched, fires were speedily lighted, and the evening meal was ready...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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OUR SUPPLEMENT. CITY OF BRISBANE, QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 16 April 1873

OUR SUPPLEMENT. CITY OF BRISBANE, QUEENSLAND. WITH this issue we present our subscribers with a panoramic view of the capital city of the neighbouring colony of Queensland. A few short years ago and the prosperity of Brisbane was at a very low ebb ; now, all her prospects are bright and glowing, and the colony, of which she is the queen, stands second to none in the Australian group for material wealth. The Brisbane River, which flows into Moreton Bay, was discovered by Mr. Oxley, on an exploring expedition, in December, 1823. He reported that "when examining Moreton Bay we had the satisfaction of And- ing the tide sweeping up a considerable inlet between the first mangrove island and the ! mainland. A few hours ended our anxiety : the water became perfectly fresh, and no diminution had taken place in the size of the river after passing- Sea Reach. The scenery was peculiarly beautiful : the country along the banks alternately hilly and level, but not flooded ; the soil of the finest...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our Farm. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 16 April 1873

(But jfarm« WE thought to have laid before our readers our plan of the homestead, but being desirous that it shall serve the purpose of a working drawing, it, with, all its details would occupy more space than can be «pared for this num- ber, and the next, which the Volunteer Encampment and Agricultural Show will fill to the full. However, as our brickmakers have been constantly at work, as well as our sawyers and tile-drain machinery, when we do commence the work, there will be little delay. Our wheat has yielded well, and our com will be a fine crop ; our artificial grasses and roots all we could wish, and our cattle in such condition that many have been sent to market and replaced by others ; so luxu- riant has been the feed, that we have had, to avoid dangers to health and life, to bare our fields, 5, 9, 10, in which, to occasionally starve our stock for a few hours, two or three times a week ; for as many cattle are injured by a constant over-supply of succulent green food, as ...

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 — 16 April 1873

SOLD THROUGHOUT THE COLONIES. OXFORD REGISTERED MOURNING STATIONERY ; Solid black borders, in all usual widths. "Elegant, but free from ornamentation." DENTELLE. REGISTERED COMPLIMENTARY MOURNIN NOTE PATERS AND ENVELOPES. Four different Lace Designs printed in the best sty upon fine Cream Wove Paper. TERRY, STONE MAN, <fc CO., Sole Manufacturers, Wholesale Stationers, S2 Hatton Warden, London, England. Wholesale Agent.-Jonx SANDS, Sydney. iLlCJEisrs it:r> PRIVATE LUNAT/0 ASYLUM, "BAY VIEW HOUSE," COOK'S RIVER, SYDNEY. Under Government tiivpervision. THIS ESTABLISHMENT is very healthily situated aud the extensive and beautiful grounds con- tribute greatly to the recovery of the patients. AIL arrangements are strictly on the non-restraint principle, with constant supervision. The proprietor has great pleasure in stating that he can give ample evidence of the success cf the treatment, and that, in most cases, a few months' care has enabled him to re- store sufferers to ac...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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THE INTERCOLONIAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 16 April 1873

TEE INTERCOLONIAL EXHIBITION. IN a few days the Exhibition will be opened . It will be, it is said, a very good one, and richly furnished with many pleasing and instructive exhibits in the Arts, Sciences, and trades of Sydney and the adjoining colo- nies, with a large collection of horses, cattle, sheep, pigs, and poultry, for sale or competi- tion ; and if spare corners may be found, some specimens of our cereals, roots, and fruits, to afford support to the assumed name of an Agricultural Society. One good thing will be done by this Society in their sending, to England, a large number of maps of New South Wales, with the position and area of all our gold-fields, coal-beds, vine districts» iron, tin, and copper lodes, clearly laid down ia different colours, for distribution among the people at home. These will work their way silently but effectively, and in our opinion be more convincing to the dubious emigrant than books or lectures. They also furnish. the necessary statistical inf...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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Interesting Statistics. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 16 April 1873

interesting &tattetft& THE WAGES OF ROYALTY.-Royalty is, perhaps, the best business going, regarded from a pecuniary stand-point. The salaries of emperors and kings are for the most part liberal, and no deduction is made on account of absence from duty. The " nine hour movement " does not apply to these fortunate persons ; and when they want "aday out," they are not obliged to put a " sub " on, in order to retain their "seat." The Czar of Russia has the most profitable berth, his wages averaging £5,000 per day, or 365 times as much as President Grant receives. The Sultan of Turkey struggles along on £3,600 per day. How he can do it with his large family, and the evidently enormous millinery bills, it is not easy to understand. What the pay of the Emperor William of Germany may be we don't know, but as King of Prussia he was paid only £1,642 per day. Victor Emanuel of Italy enjoys an income of about £1,650. Queen Victoria is a good manager, and keeps the pot boiling o...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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THE CATTLE POISON. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 16 April 1873

THE CATTLE POISON. THEKE have been many reports of cattle suddenly dying in New South Wales and Victoria, which has naturally caused much anxiety, particularly now, when meat food is so high, and, consequently, scarce. Some people have attributed these sudden deaths to the eating of a poisonous herb : but some have written in the public prints to say, that they and their family have cooked and eaten, this same herb, the solanum nigrinus, with no ill effect whatever. This may be the case t the sheep will eat a certain number of herbs and refuse others-so with cattle and horses,, and many other animals, which eat with, impunity and profit, herbs that are destruc- tive to the others. This appears a wise pro- vision of the Great Almighty Creator, for, by it, a variety of animals may feed over the same ground without interfering with, or con- suming, the food of the others. The Minis- ter of Lands has informed the House that he had ordered the stock departments to enquire into, some repo...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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THE RANGITATA BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 16 April 1873

f THE RANGITATA BRIDGE. This structur J, whLh may be. said to have been formally opened AV hen Mr.iBlair, C. E-, and his party d-oA-e across it in;Augùst last, is said by; the -Timaru Herald to be the first Structure' of. its: kind in New Zealand. It was designed by the late Mr. Paterson, and the supervision of its construction, after his death, devolved upon Mr. Blair. The fol loAving particulars of the Bangitata at the site of the river, are from a report by=Mr. Paterson :-When at its lowest, and in the smoothest pjaca, the current runs six miles an hour, and in. heavy floods about fifteen. The fall in the surfa-e of the Avater is almost 40 feet a mile, equal to.a gradient of 1 in BRIDGE OVER THE R A N G. I T A T A, NEW ZEALAND 132 feet. It gets steeper tli an this towards the mountains, ; and; flatter towards the sea. The maximum rise in the river is five feet, and the lower side of the girder is six feet clear of the highest floods. The bridge is 125S feet long between the outsi...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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Ladies' Column. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 16 April 1873

ïaïife*' Column. - I A MIGHTY HUNTRESS.-About twenty miles from the Healing Springs, in tbe Alleg- heny mountains, there lives a remarkable .woman. Her name is Morrison, but she is known all through the country as " Miss Jennie Ruck er." She is about sixty years of age, has her hair bobbed like a man's, wears a man's hat, and rides a horse astride. Hunt- ing is her means of livelihood, and she kills deer, bear, and other game, with the skill of forty years' experience. Not long since she wounded a deer, but before coming up with it another hunter, a man, had gotten to it and commenced cawing it up. The old lady ex- postulated with no avail, and finally drew a bead on him with a rifle to enforce her *' rights." The fellow jumped behind a tree, but left his heel exposed, at which vulnerable spot the old lady fired and hit. She got her deer. She has nine or ten children, and is said to treat all travellers hospitably who stop at her cabin. WHAT LOVE IS TO A WOMAN.- What a wonderful thi...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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The New South Males Agriculturist and Grazier. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 16 April 1873

®tç Jfyuî cSouâ SMip g^jQrî cttltttriîît mut ênxmt " WASTE NOT." "TRUTH WITHOUT FEAR OR FAVOUR." "WANT NOT." DAYS OF WEEK &| MONTH. SUN. MOON. 5TH MONTH.] ALMANAC POE, MAY, 1873. [31 DAYS. Mean Temperature...... 67.9 Avenu» / Rain FaU.. .4.573 Aveiage jp^y nays.;ll.5 Th. Fri. Sat. Sun. Mon. Tu. Wed. i h. m 6.34 6.35 li. 35 6.36] 516.87 6 6.38] h. m 6. Oj 5.10 5.18 5.17; 5.171 5.15 7i6.3915.141 h.m. i flS51, 1862. S. 8.87p. m London Exhib. opd. 9 31 10.20 11.25 0.23a. m. 1.17 [of N.S.W. 1841. N. Z. dec. independ. C [Australia, 1851. Gold first discov. in Day's length, 10h. 41m. h. m. ; [signed, 1871. 2.13 am. Treaty of Washingtn. 3. 9 '.Gold Rush, Bathurst! 4. 6 j 1S51. 5. 4 ¡Sir J.F.W. Herschel, - IO died, 1871. K.5.41pm.j [1S55. 6.26 ¡Mint estab., Sydney, Day's Length, 10h. 28m. h.m 15(6.45 16 6.461 17 6.46! 18¡6.47 1016.47 206.48] 2116.49 h. m 5. 7 5. 61 5. 6] 5. 51 5. . 4 . 3 h.m. i 7.19p.ml4] First genl. Elec. 8.20 9.27 10.36 11.44 0.51 a.m N.S.Wales, 1843. Buonaparte de...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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IMMIGRATION REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 16 April 1873

, IMMIGRATION REGULATIONS. WE .-append the regulations just issued by the Government, under which people may receive assistance in emigrating. They may be useful to those who wish to send for their friends : 1. All immigrants shall be selected by the Agent-General, or by such persons as he may appoint for the purpose, under instructions from the Colonial Secretary, which instruc- tions shall not be contrary to these regula- tions. 2. The selection of immigrants shall be limited to such persons as can pay one-third «of the cost of passage to the colony (in the case of families, both for adults and children), and shall be made from the populations of England, Scotland, and Ireland, (with the .exception mentioned in clause 5), in such manner as shall prevent an undue prepon- derance from the population of any one of the three Kingdoms, according to the latest .Census returns of New South Wales. 3. All immigrants must be of sound mental and bodily health and of good moral charac- ter, a...

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