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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 February 1870

THE MERCANTILE BANK OF SYDNEY allows interest on FIXED DEPOSITS at tho following rates, viz. : For S months, at 4 por cent, per annum. 6 ditto, at 6 ditto ditto 12 ditto, at CJ ditto ditto 18 ditto, at U ditto ditto. By order of tho Directors, 0. Ch D'ALBEDYHLL, Manager. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PRO VID ENT SOCIETY. Established 1840. MUTUAL LIFE OFFICE. TKOFJl'S HULOSO EXCLUSIVELY TO MEMBERS. Persons assuring their Lives should coiisider what SECUR ITY the Institution they select has to offer. FINANCIAL POSITION OF THE SOCIETY IN 18(19 , Tho Sum assured amountB to .£4,000,000 Tho Gross Income exceeds. £200,000 Tho Accumulated Funds exceed .. .. .. .«$02,000 Reversionary Bonus declared . .£458,000 Claims paid to Members. £200,000 Reserve Fund .. .. .. . £50,000 THE ASSETS. OP THE ASSURANCE FUND AMOUNTED TO 70 PER CENT. OP THE ENTIBE ASSURANCE PREMIUMS RECEIVED BY THE SOCIÉTÉ" , TBE SOCIETY JIAS UPWARDS OP 10,000 MEMBERS. Tho Quinquennial Roport, showing tho Society's state and progress, pro...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 February 1870

TMP OR TA NT TO O O UN TRY SUBSCRIBERS. Any person ina country district where there is no agent for this Journal, who will undertake to procure not less than Six neto Subscribers antony st his neigh bours and friends, will receive a copy for himself THEE ov (MAUGE. For procuring twelve subscribers two free copies will be sent, and so on for any larger number. BERDEEN CLIPPER LINE. FOR LON DON. Jjä Notice to Passengers. Tho following first-class voaaols, making an average passage of eighty days, will be dispatched on or about tho following aatcs Tons. Commander. To Sail. WOOLLOOMOOLOO .... 027.... Anderson .... February. NINEVEH. 1174....Barnet .March. PATRIARCH (new). 1500.... Pilo .April. CITY OP ABERDEEN .. 1100.... -.May. Tho dietary arrangements aro superior, and each vesso eames an experienced surgeon. Apply to MONTEFIORE, JOSEPH, and CO., O'Connell-sreot. B RITISH PLATE-GLASS "WAREHOUSE. PAINT, OIL, AND COLOUR STORES. 21 nnd 23 PARRAMATTA-STREET. Established A.B. 1844. J. MURP...

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COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 February 1870

I - COMING EVENTS. It may easily be imagined that tho hospitable entertainments lately given by Mr. Davis ?will not pass -unnoticed by the pigeon shooters, and arrange ments are now being made for returning the com pliment. The Gun Club have taken the matter in hand, and intend inviting Mr. Davis to a grand pigeon picnic on or about tho first Saturday in March, of which, when it comes off, the Toten and Country readers shall have full particulars. All that is settled so for is, that Randwick is the trysting place, and Johnny Cutts, the Gun Club's caterer, will provide the spread. The members of the old Metropolitan Pigeon Club will, I believe, hold their next quarterly matches on Randwick course on next Saturday week. Tho return match between tho Gnulburn and Sydney teams may be looked-forward to about March, but tho day is not finally set tled ; andthereis every probability of amatch between Sydney and Maitland coming oiF at Easter.

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Pigeon Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 February 1870

Pigeon Shooting. j OUR shootera] had another grand field-day on Satur day, in Mr. Alfred Davis's paddock, at Petersham. ; and they mustered in great forco, no fewer than twenty-two coming to tho trap for the great event of tho day, which was a handicap sweepstakes, at eleven birds each, the distances ranging from 21 yards to 30 yards, at which lattor pretty convincing length Mr. Davis headed the list. The host's pro verbial hospitality and bonhommic were again con spicuous, and tho pigeon shootors of Sydney have much kindness and good sport to thank him for. A glanco through the list given below shows tho handicap to have been a most excellent ono, the shooting being not only a great doal more oven than on tho provious Saturday, but also much bettor in quality, all tho known good Bhotá, with .the exception of Messrs. Mortimer and Albert Davis, performing well up to their usual average. Tho prizes wero threo, for tho throe highest scorei-a fine fat pig, a pair of turkeys for tho seco...

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Aquatics. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 February 1870

Aquatics. A deposit of L5 aside was made on Wednes day evening, foi- a champion race of L200 aside, between Bush and tho veteran Richard Green. The day for tho race is not yet named, but the friends of Green seem anxious that the match should come off early. SCULLERS' RACE FOR £50.-Tho match mode on Saturday lost, botween E. Trickett and P. Coulon, came off yesterday afternoon ovor tho course on the Parramatta River, and resulted in a victory for Coulon. Tho steamer Cobra, with some 200 spectators, witnessed tho race. At the time of starting it trans pired that Tricketts boat had received somo injury, and a delay was consequently occasioned before the boat was repaired sufficiently to be enable it to float. Tho two men got off on even terms, and Trickett soon took the lead and appeared to maintain it without rauoh difficulty. Tho betting being then 5 to 1 in his favour; the contestants had pullod nearly two miles of the oourso, when Triokott, who was still leading by three lengths, ...

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The Turf in New-york. JEROME PARK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 February 1870

The Turf in New-York. JEROME PARK RACES. Attjs Bteepie-ctiase at Jerome Fark on October 29 was a grand success. The course was about two miles and H half long, with 22 jumps, comprising Btono walls, hurdles, postB and rails, sunk fences, and a water-jump. Tho entire course was in full view of the grand stand, being around the inner rnclosure and the dump of trees on the knoll at the upper part of the course. Seven horses were entered and run, ridden, and weighted, a» follows : Zigzag, Belaud, 150 pounds j Lobelia, Cahill, 149 pounds ; Bohannon, Capt. Elwea, 144 pounds ; Eminence, Downing, 140 pounds ; Gayo, coloured rider, 138 poundB ; Oysterman, jr., Griffin, 136 pounds, and Mitchel, Gaffney, 130 pounds. Mitchel and Bohannou were tho two leading favourites in the poola ; tho former Bolling for 550 dollars, the latter for 320 dollars, Eminence, 150 dollars ; Zigzag, 75 dollarB ; Lobelia, 70, and Gayo and Oysterman coupled, 140 dollars. Mitchell, Lobelia, and Eminence led over the fi...

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OFFICIAI, REPORT ON PROFESSOR GAMGEE'S MEAT PRESERVING PROCESS. Laboratory of Surgeon-General's Office Washington, D.C., January 27, 1869. Bvt. Major-Goneral A.B. Eaton, Commissary-General of Subsistence. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 February 1870

OFFICIAI, REPORT ON PROFESSOR G-AMGEE'S MEAT PRESERVING PROCESS. Laboratory of Surgeon-General's Office Washington, D.C., January 27, 1869. Bvt. Major-Goneral A.B. Eaton, Commissary-General of Subsistence. SIR, -In accordance with Sueoial ordor No. 305, of the dato of December 23, 18(58, and with a letter of instruction of the same dato from yourself, I proceeded to the city of New York for tho purpose of investigat ing tho . meat-preserving process devised by Prof. John G amgee of England. Arriving in New York on 31st December, 1868, I wont with Professor Gamgee to witness the killing of some »heep in a manner which is one of the features, though not an essential one, of his process. An india-rubber bag whioh had been previously filled with a mixture of carbonic oxide and nitrogen, was. connected with a sleove or nose-bag placed over tho animal's head. The sheep being hold by a butcher was forced to inhalo the gas, which in a spaco of about ninety seconds (90'') caused it to fall d...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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Shall we have a Militia? [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 February 1870

Shall we have a Militia ? ? HP HE Volunteer force of this colony has at 's- tained such a high state of efficiency that tho thoughtless disposition to make sport of the movement exists no longer. Allowing, as we must do, that there has been a good deal of " playing at soldiers" in the case, and that it might not be difficult even now to pick out from the service a good many feather bed warriors, yet, on the whole, the Volunteers have established a good claim to public confidence. The Naval ! Brigade is more especially popular ; and we doubt not that, in case of necessity, all arms of the service would be found capable of sup plying good men and true, able and willing to stand to their colours, pro arts et foots. But, allowing all this, it must have long been apparent that, in the event of foreign aggression upon this country, a force more general-more fully identified with the safety and vital interests of the whole people-would be needed. For this reason that passage of the Governo...

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Melbourne Stock Market. DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 February 1870

Melbourne Stock Market. DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. I FAT CATTLE.-1735 Hoad of cattle woro entered for tho week's supply, 1030 of which passed the hammer to-day, the romainder will be sold to-day. About one-third of those dis posed of could only bo classed as stores, and were sold as such. They were chiefly from tho far north, and had a wasted, leg weary appearance ; and as tho butchers were fully stocked with scnond-rato cattle, prices ruled considerably lower for medium and inferior, but had there been any really primo quality in tho market they would have realised 20s per 100 lbs. "Wo quoto boat bullocks at from 7'. to ll. 10s ; second O', to 0 . 10s ; inforior, 3 . 10s upwards. "Wo havu sold -155 head for Messrs. M'Elhone and Binnie, Thompson River-bullocks at from 4 . to 0 . 15 : cows 2/. fla to fl/, fla ; and will to-morrow sell a very primo lot of 200 bullocks for Mr. lt. Richards, of Windsor, N.S.AV. FAT CALVES.-31 were yarded of medium quality, best sold at from -10s...

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Emigration and Statesmanlike Proposals. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 February 1870

Emigration and Statesmanlike Proposals. /"\UT of the mass of reports, pamphlets, and circulars, detailing the proceedings and opinions of those good persons now in Eng land who are so very busy at present with colonial affairs, it is gratifying to be able to select one proposal which bears the stamp of bold statesmanship, and resolves itself simply into a question of a pecuniary investment, on the part of tho richest nation in the world, with a fair prospect, at least, of a return in due course of time. We havo nothing to do now with tho political sugges tions, as to the relations of the colonies to the mother country. Wo have, by the last mail, some additional contributions of this sort, which may possibly receive further attention on a future occasion. We have a paper read by Mr. Thomas Briggs, whoever he may be, before the Social Science Association, and in which ho blames the British Government and Parliament for allowing Australian colonists to acquire a right over the lands, a...

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Copper an Antidote Against Cholera [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 February 1870

Copper an 'Antidote Against! E*!3Sr... Cholera. ,? ? .'.'^ V \¿¿_' Tho fact that uhdoubtod cases of English cho'lora havo lately occurred not only in Syduoy but" in some of tho country districts, renders tho ildbwm:j' extract from the Times of Soptembor 29 of iriiicli im portance at tho present timo :- . ' "At a meeting of tho Académie dos Sciences, îr J Dumas, tho celebrated French chymist, gayó a briet analysis of Dr. Burg's report on tho preservation from cholera of mon engaged in working with copper. Ho said, in effect, statistics clearly .provo that wherever tho manipulation "of coppor was carried on the men engaged in it have almost invariably escaped harmless. Tho invostigations.into tho subject were conducted under tho supervision and control of tiw commissaries of police, and may, therefore, bo implicitly relied on. Tho number of mon who-died of tho opidomic in 1865 was eight, threo of. whom wore engravers, ono optician, ono polisher, or bur nisher, and one turner. In 1866 ...

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MEN OF THE AGE. SERIES OP BIOGKAPHIES OP EMINENT PERSONAGES. WRITTEN EXMlESSIA FOR THIS JOUBNAL. David Livingstone. (With a Notcioe of Bishop Mackenzie.) [CONCLUDED.] [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 February 1870

MEN OF THE AGE. SERIES OP BIOGKAPHIES OP EMINENT PERSONAGES. WRITTEN EXMlESSIA'.FOfl THIS JOUBNAI,. ' David Livingstone. (With a Nofcioe of Bishop Mackenzie.) [CONCLUDED.] IT may bo imagined with what joy Livingstone- and ? Jiackoxme, theso men of kindred spirit, for a time brought together in tho prosecution of labours bear in" on the highest interest of mankind, tool; counso] concerning tho advancement of tho mission. Boforc continuing tho narrative of tho exploration, wo will ¡¿lauco »t the provious career of tho bishop. Mac kenvue was born at Portmoro, in Peobleshiro, Scot land, April 10th, 1825. Ho was a boy clever ai Ourc3 but gave no other indication of talent. At Cambridge ho distinguished himself tts a mathomati : cían and a boater. Ho was second wrangler in 18-iS. His scholarly qualities in tho class room, and his physical power's on tho river won for him tho respect of Iiis companions. Ho is described as " noarly sis foot high, excellently well made, with a countenance wi...

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A Peep into the Autumn. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 February 1870

A Peep into the Autumn. BY PEGASUS. THE autumn campaign of 1870 boara a widely different aspect from that of ita predecessors for aomo seasons past. There are many reasons for tho unusual " darkness" that envelopes coming events ; anti I do not remember of late a year when all the great races of tho latter half of tho season wore so open as now. Commencing with the youngsters, last spring gavo us no "Ascot Vale" Stakes to try the two-year-olds over Flemington ; there was no Summer Sapling Stakes at Tattersall's meeting on New Year's Day ; and so we find ourselves in the middle of February ¡with no Fishhook, Sour Grapes, Firoworks, Little Fish, Fenelia, Charon, Lamp lighter, or Bay Regent to hold the position of first favourite, for tho Champagne Stakes of the autumn, with the prestige of early victories, and a presumed reputation for in I vincibility. This aeason'B two-year-olds are so far [untried; though I venturo to think they are none the worse for that; and there is every induc...

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 20. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 February 1870

THURSDAY, JANUARY 20. Derby Stakes, of 150 sovs, with sweep of 10 sovs. (Twenty-two subs, of whom 17 paid 2 sovs ft). Mr. J. Douglas's eh g Malabar, by Malton-Evangeline, 8st 51b (Joe Carter) .. .. .. .. 1 Brabazon's ch f Waterwitch, by Camdon-Mermaid, 8st 61b (W. Storey) .. .. .. ..2 E. M, Morten's b f Maid of the Mist, by Antidote Barbary, Sst 61b (Creswell) .. .. ..8 Cleveland's b g Mousetrap, by Camden-Croepmouse, Sst 51b (M. Goodyear) Willmor's br g Arundel, by Antidote-Cruiskeen, 8st 51b (K. Keay) Betting : 6 to 4 agst Waterwitch, 2 to 1 Malabar, 4 to 1 Arundel. A fine race. Won by a length; three lengths between second and third. Arundel bolted. Tune, 2 min. 52 secs. Canterbury Jockey Club Handicap, of 120 sovs added to a sweep of 5 sovs. Two miles. (Six subs.) Mr. M. Studholme's ch h Knottingloy, by Scud-Terma gant, 0 yrs, Ost 71b (Joe Carter) .. .. .. 1 Stafford's ch g Magenta, 6 yrs, 8st 101b (J. M'Glashan) 2 W. D. Barnard's ch o Fore top, 4 yrs, 7st (D. Jones) .. 3 B. M. ...

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Pastoral and Agricultural Matters, Movements of Stock, Ssc. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 February 1870

Pastoral and Agricultural Matters, Movements of Stock, Ssc. WK understand that the ¡pótalo and corn croj generally look well throughout the colony, tho lal rains just crowning thom. In some localitii ploughing has already recommenced and it is pn bable that tho early* sowing ol' wheat will be QI tensive. At Orange and other places without tho means < ourringo by railway, tho continued arrivals of Cal fornian flour in Sydney ia viowcd with somo ulam and tho hopes entertained of a comfortable season ft tho farmers are dashed to tho ground. At Bubb wo hear that rates at present ruling aro 3s and 3s 3 por bushel. At these quotations farming is n< likely to be a pro li table pursuit ; for when tho coi of tho labour employed in raising and gathering tl crop be calculated, and placed side by aide with tl receipts, tho profits will bo found vory small indoei Possibly, large farmers who bring to their aid tl most improved agricultural machinery may bo ab] to make farmin...

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THE AUSTRALIAN Town & Country Journal SYDNEY, SATURDAY, FEB. 12, 1870. The Fire at the Blackwall Stores. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 February 1870

; .. SYDNEY, SATURDAY, EEB. 12, 1870. 1 The Fire at the Blackwall Stores. sw , .? - rr^HE destructive fire which took place on -~ Wednesday morning at the Blackwall \V°ol Stores,:Ciroular Quay will probably give riso to complicated questions as to the parties on whom the loss should fall. In another part of this issue will be seen ah extract from a letter by Mr. George Hirst, wpolbroker, on this subject. So lately as the 23rd January Mr. Hirst called attention to the matter through the Press. He there stated the fact that " under ordinary circum stances a parcel of wool is pressed and .put on board ship in a few hours, and the risk from fire is covered by the policy of insurance taken out oh each particular shipment; but at the present time wools are received for vessels whioh baye scarcely commenced the discbarge of -their , inward cargoes. These lie in the .warehouses of the stevedores for probably two or three . weeks before they can be taken on board ; and tho question arises-At...

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LATER BROM EUROPE. VIA CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 February 1870

LATER BROM EUROPE. j VIA CALIFORNIA. By tho arrival of the Bayonnaiae -we have California dates to tho 15th Decembor. Tho following tele graphic mossagos had beon received. Edinburgh December 10.-Tho Scotchman publishes a report which it declai OB is entitled to credit, that Lord Clarondon will soon re-open negotiations with tho United States for tho settlement of tho Alabama claims. , Paris, December 10.-A report from Madrid states it was confldendly behoved there that President Grant intends to s ize Cuba. . London, December 12.-Tho Observer Bays Presidont Grant's mossago makes a pleasing impression in financirl circles. It is reported that Mr, Lowo, ChancoLlor of .tho Exchequer, docs not find it necessary to raise a loan in open market to provide the means for tho pur chase of the tolograph lines, in accordance with the recent act of Parliament. London, December 12.-M. Do Lesseps denies that tho Suez Canal is in want of funds or requires inter national protection. He promises tha...

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UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 February 1870

UNITED STATES. : New York, December 10.-Stoughton, counsel for j Delameter, having moved for the release of tho Spanish gunboats, District Attorney Pierrepont made no opposition, saying he had received instruc tîons from Washington to proceed no further in tho ; matter. It was officially shown that war no longor , existed botweon Spain and Peru. Judge Blatchford *s to-day made an order granting the motion oí V Stoughton. Washington December 13th.-A letter from Tal- : lahassee to Commissioner Delano, reports the mur dor of Assistant Assessor Towne, of Mercanna, Jackson County, on the night of tho 4th. j Elmira (New York), December 14.-The Northern ' Central Railroad office was broken into last night, , the safe blown open, and cheques and drafts to tho ö amount of 13,000 dollars stolon. There is no clue ; to the perpetrators. Boston, December 14.-The morocco factory of 0. C. C. Perkins of Charlestown was destroyed by fiw . last evening. Loss 20,000 dollars. Philadelphia, December 14....

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INOCULATION FOR PLEURO—PNEUMONIA. To the Editor of the Town and Country Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 February 1870

INOCULATION FOR PLEURO-PNEUMONIA. To the Editor of thc Town and Country Journal. Sir,-Whoa inquirios aro instituted, especially i they are intended to have any future weight an offect, into matters of public interest, tho groat objoc of tho investigation should bo to lay bare tho mai foatures of tho caso under consideration. But, l ast has such object boen kept in view in tho late inquir; instituted by the Government into cause and cure c pleuro-pneumoniu amongst stock. A report has bea published on the subject by the Chief Inspector c Cattle, in which ho endeavours, by an array ó figures, to provo tho efficacy of inoculation in modi fying, if not in removing the disease which has deci mated so many of oui- herds of cattle. Matters of such grave importance'are deserving o: moro attention than seems to mo to haye beer bestowed by tho inspector during tho recent investi gation. Simply distributing circulars containing i series of questions in no way connected with the rea origin of th...

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Mining Items. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 12 February 1870

i Mining Items. Tho news from tho gold-ñolds is not very exciting this week. At Adelong the ground sluicers have boen blessed with a pluvial discharge, which will provo beneficial to them for a short time, and as the weather appears unsettled, they may expect a further supply shortly. Tho ongine for ono of tho now mining companies formed at Young-the Telegraph-has passed through Burrangong. This is tho second company started and at work on tho alluvial ground near the town, a third is about starting, or working in another locality. It is rumoured that gold has been struck in No. 2 claim at the Victoria, Tuena. A correspondent of tho Melbourne Argus asks why no meeting of the shareholders of the Australian Diamond Mines Company has been held, nor any report furnished of tho'condition and prospects of the company. The accounts from the mines are most satisfactory, but, he adds, the management of the company is quite the reverse. From Windeyer we learn that tho North Star Quartz Crushi...

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