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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 20 May 1854

Choice iàrms, county of Camden, in size from 30 aores to 300 acret, being portions of the estate kpown as Hardwick, the late property of Charles Macarthur, Esq., and now belonging to the Her. Thomas Hassall. MORT and CO. have received instructions to sell by public auction, at Lakeman's Hotel, . Camden, on MONDAY,-¿2ndMay, at ll o'clock, Several choice farms, sitúate in the county of Camden, being portions of the Hardwick Estate, . consisting of 2800 acres, and bounded on one side by Brownlow Hill, the'estate of George M'Leay, Esq., and on the other sides by Glendiver Estate, Vandervilie, the pronerty of John Wylde, Esq., and the estate well known as Major Russell's Farm. It is situated about six miles from the township of Camden, and the land is well watered by Werribi Creek, Stoney Creek, and with their several tributaries. The soil is first-rate, and the land well timbered with valuable trees, while there are many choice spots fit for cultivation. *** The County of Camden is'too ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 20 May 1854

MESSRS. II. MARSH & CO. trust that the extensive arrangements they have made with all the principal London Music Ware- houses, for the receipt of their latest publications and most approved instruments, will ensure a con- tinuance of the favours which they have, for the last four years, so liberally received from the Musical Public of the Australian Colonies. ' , Imported Musical Instruments by IL M. & Co. will be warranted of the best workmanship, and of materials expressly adapted for this climate. Orders from the country promptly attended to. Pianofortes and other Instruments carefully packed for the Interior. Music sent by Post to all parts of the colony. ENGLISH MUSIC. Always in stcek the most recent publication* o f Julien, Cramer, Beale and Co., Boosey, Dal- main and Co., Cocks and Co., Jeffreys, Chap , pell, Wessel, &c, consisting of Piano Solos, Duets, &c, by Aquilla Huben Phipps Bellini Hunten Praege Beyers Hemselt Pugni Brunner Hummel Peyer...

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 20 May 1854

¡ MISCELLANEA. ; TUE BEAUTY OF TUG DYING LEAF.-As the tissues or cells ! are gradually clogged hy particles which cannot pass away, the ,' circulation ol' the sap is-hindered before it becomes finally stopped, i Hence the leaves perform, their allotted functions at first most im- j ? perfectly, before they finally cease. This derangement introduces : a chemical change, and, probably, according to the nature of the acid generated, or of the fluid it meets with, so is the colour of the leaf. It is considered that light also has much to do with the che- I : mica! alteration in the green colouring matter. The beautiful j green of the chlorophyll is transformed in the leaf of the Virginian ' creeper, of the sumach, of the ribes, and of the vine, into red. In ! the beech tree and the maple, we admire the orange ; in the wood- ; !. hine, the blue ; in the cornell tree, the purple ; and in the lilac, \ the black. In the lofty elm tree, the yellow makes its beauteous j ¡ appearance-; while i...

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 20 May 1854

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. The following is published as a Postscript to the Home News at noon on the 8th of March. FRANCE. The great topic in Paris is the letter addressed by the Emperor Nicholas to the Emperor of the French, in reply to his letter, lt is considered on all sides a tissue of the most barefaced representa- tions-of statements which have been repeatedly refuted. The part which appears to have most excited resentment here is: the allusion to 1812. True, it is said, the French army was destroyed during that terrible campaign ; but it was destroyed, not by Rus- sian valour in the field, but by the'fire of Moscow and the rigour of the elements ; and the fact of the Russians having been beaten whenever they encountered the French is shown by the latter having penetrated 'o the heart of their empire. Louis Napoleon reviewed on the 5th instant, in the Carrousel, the 6th Regiment of Infantry, the 5th and 9th battalions of the Chasseurs de Vin ! cennes, who are to form part of the ...

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ARAB LAW OF BLOOD REVENGE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 20 May 1854

ARAB LAW' OF BLOOD REVENGE. One of the most remarkable laws in force among the wandering Arabs, and one, probably, of the highest antiquity, is the law of blood, called the Thar, prescribing the degrees of consanguinity within which it is lawful to revenge a homicide. Although a law rendering a man responsible for blood shed by any one related lo him within the fifth degree may appear to members .of a civilised community one of extraordinary rigour, and involving almost manifest injustice, it must, nevertheless, be admitted, that no power vested in any one individual, and no punishment, however severe, could tend to the maintenance of order, and the prevention of bloodshed amongst the wild tribes of the desert. As Burekhardt has justly remarked, "This salutary institution has contributed in a greater degree than any other circumstance, to prevent the war- like-tribes ot Arabia (Vom exterminating one another."-If a man commit a homicide, the cadi endeavours to prevail upon the family...

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THE CATACOMBS OF PARIS. (From Tait's Magazine.) [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 20 May 1854

j THE CATACOMBS OF PARIS. (From Tail''s Magazine.) 1 was somewhat perplexed, after wandering for a considerable distance, to find myself on the margin of the Seine, which jarred against its quays, flowing on like a dark and moveless current, in which the twinkling lights of the Quai de Bourbon and the gigan- tic shadows of the double towers of thu church of Notre Dame were reflected. My followers had disappeared; hut my uneasiness was in no way diminished, being well aware that the clink of my spurs would mark my whereabouts ; and I was conscious that the gorgeously laced hussar .pelise ,and jacket of the-th were more than enough to excite cupidity. I shrunk back from the Seine, on thinking of the ghastly Morgue (with its rows of naked corpses spread like fish on leaden trays), and the five francs ,given by the police of Paris for every body found in the river at day-break. A low whistle made me .start ! I turned round, and at that moment received a blow from ;a bludgeon, which woul...

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SYDNEY POLICE COURT. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 20 May 1854

SYDNEY POLICE COURT. Saturday. Twelve persons were brought up charged with drunkenness. Stealing from a Dwelling.-.Ann Gaynor was charged with steal- ing from the dwelling sf Margery Irwin, at Cooper's-row. It ap- peared that the prisoner had been left in charge of the house of prosecntrix on the Monday preceding, and had1 taken the opportu- nity to make away with a tablecloth, a handkerchief, and other articles, to the v^alue altogether of about £2. Committed for trial at the Quarter Sessions. Petty Larceny.-John Curran and Richard Bowers were charged willi stealing a pair of boots from the shop of Frederick Muhl schwein, and were committed for trial. Breach of the Police Act.-A carter, for riding on his dray in the public streets, was fined 10s., together with 2s. 6d. costs. Monday. There were'thirty-two persons on the drunkard's list. Stealing from a Shop.-John Nash was charged with having, on Saturday night last, stolen a purse, value 3s. 6d., from the s.hop of James Herrington,...

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THE NEWCOMES.—No. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 20 May 1854

- THE NEWCOMES.-No. 3. One of Colonel Newcome's fellow-passengers from India was Mr. James Binnie of the civil service, a jolly young bachelor of two or three and forty, who, having spent half of his life in Bengal, was bent upon enjoying the remainder in Britain or in Europe, if .a residence at home should prove agreeable to him. The nabob of books and tradition is a personage no longer to be found among us. He is neither as wealthy nor as wicked as the jaundiced monster of romances and comedies, who purchases the estates of broken down English gentlemen, with rupees tortured out of bleeding rajahs, who smokes a hookah in public, and in private .carries about a guilty conscience, diamonds of untold value, and a diseased liver ; who has a vulgar -wife, with a retinue of black servants whom she maltreats, and a gentle son and daughter with good impulses and an imperfect education, desirous to amend their .own and their parents' lives, and thoroughly ashamed of the follies .of the old...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 20 May 1854

VICTORIA. The price of butchers' meat at Melbourne just now is something enormous. Tlife 'Jrgiié'-olûxë 11th'has the followingJ-Orie ofthe best wholesale and retail butchers.in.the eily informed us on Tues- day, that the present prices for prime joints of beef and mutton is fourteen'and fifteen pence per lb., pork seventeen and eighteen ponce per lb. The price of cattle, he says, is truly enormous arid alarming. He himself bought a pen of cattle, at auction, on Mon- day last',' and paid. £27 per head for bullocks, and £20 each ' for steers. ' This state of things, he says, is ruinous to the trade, as it compels the butchers to do with less than their usual amount pf profits,'arid'diminishes the consumption of meat. His opinion is, that it is in part brought about by the butchers themselves, in their folly in bidding one against another up to such high prices at trie sales by auction of cattle which are got up Tay the cattle dealers.'' The sale of Mr. Tierney's effects and stock on M...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday, May 16, 1854. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 20 May 1854

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday, May 16, 1854. The Council assembled, pursuant to adjournment, and the ? Speaker tock tho chair shortly afi er three o'clock. Tlie following Message from his Excellency the Governor-Ge- neral was received and read: "CHARLES A. FITZ ROY, . . . ' "Governor-General. " The Governor-General' in announcing to the Legislative Council that he deems it expedient to prorogue the Council to Tuesday ' thc sixth' of Junie now next, desires to express his regret that any' inconvenience to the Members'ahd anxiety te the public mind should have been occasicned'by his unexpected inability to return -from his* visit to the Northern Settlement before the day to which the Council lately stood prorogued. His Excellency's movements were regulated with a view to his return by the first of tlie present month ; but they were impeded by circumstances"'en- tirely Beyond'his'con i roi. " 2. The Governor-General would gladly have availed himself of an earlier time for receiving the ...

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LEVEE. (From Tuesday's Government Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 20 May 1854

i LEVEE. (From Tuesday's Government Gazette.) j GOVERNMENT HOUSE, "Sydney, 16th May.-liis excellency me Governor-General will hold á levee at Government House on Wednesday, the 24th instant, at one o'clock, in honour ot lier Ma I iestv's birth dav. By command. A. C. L. FITZROY, Captain Royal Artillery, Aide-de-Camp. Regulations for the Levee on the 24th May, 1854. _ Gentlemen proposing to attend the Levee will assemble m tue Ball Room, except in the following cases, viz.- ^ ^ ^_, Those gentlemen who have received cards for the entrée, who will pass into the ante-chamber adjoining the principal drawing room ; and public bodies to be presented to his Excellency, who will assemble in the official apartments to the left of the hall. All gentlemen attending the Levee to be dressed in full evening costume. Each gentleman to be provided with two cards with his name "legibly" written thereon, one card to be left on the table at the entrance, and the other to be given to the Aide-de Camp. By...

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NAVAL FORCES IN THE CHINA SEAS. ENGLISH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 20 May 1854

NAVAL FORCES IN THE CHINA SEAS. ENGLISH. Winchester ou guns Spartan Cornus Grrc an -U 3) M' I» 12 " 12 " 12 " Lily Bittern Encounter, steam frigate. Barracoota, steam sloop. Styx, ditto. Hermes, ditto. Salamander, ditto. The two last supposed to he on their way home. This does not include the ships on the Australien divi- sion of the station. FRENCH. Two frigates and a steamer. RUSSIAN. 1 Steam Sloop. The last were to accompany the American squadron to Japan, whick left Hong-Kong hi January last. At that time the former were at Shanghai. 1 Frigate 1 Corvette 50 guns (small.) NOTICE OF MOTION. Mr. Holroyd rose to give notice of a motion which he intended to make on the day when the Council reassembled. Mr. Martin objected to tho reception of the notice. The present Session was terminated with the present meeting ; and notice could not be given in one session of a notice having reference to another. Mr. Cowper agreed with the honorable member that the notice of motion was irregular. T...

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THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 20 May 1854

THE MARKETS. POULTRY. Fowls, per pair Ducks " ,, Geese ,, ,, Turkeys " " Pigeons " " 5 Oto 6 0 5 0 7 0 10 0 14 0 12 0 20 0 16 2 0 GENERAL MARKETS. Butter. per lb. 1 9.2 0 Glenlee clo. .. 3 6 0 0 Wollongong do. 2 0 Cheese, colonial OS 0 9 Bacon, ditto .. 0 7 0 8 Lard. 0 9 0 10 Eggs. 2 G 2 9 Roasting pigs .5 0 7 0 VEGETABLES. Potatoes, cwt. 12 0 14 0 Celery per doz 6 0 7 6 Cabbages, per dozen. 6 0 14 0 Lettuces ..... 1 6 2 G Turnips, p. doz. bunches. 4 0 5 0 Parsnips. 3 0 4 0 Carrots. 3 0 4 0 FLOUR MARKET. Bartleman and Bates' Prices. Fine, £30. Second, £28. Bran, 4s. Gd. Wheat, 11s. to 12s. Od.; a fair supply, during the past week. Furlong and Kenedy's Prices, Fine £28. Second, £26. Wheat, 12 s.-good samples Bran, 4s. Gd. Barker and Ço.'s. Prices. Fine, £28. Second, £26. Bran, 4s. Gd. Wheat, 11s to. 12s. BISCUITS. Wilkie and Mitchell's Prices. Cabin, first, U21bs., 40s. Pilot, 34s. ; ship, 30s. Meat biscuits, per yO-lb-.tin, 21s. Wine ditto, per 12lb. tia, 13s. Abernethy*^, per 301b....

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 20 May 1854

I TO CORRESPONDENTS. J SNARL.-Our Correspondent has not complied with our rule in re- ference to furnishing us with his real name. J.. F. WANGA an ATTA, will see that he has been attended to. Mr. Charles ArlletVs account of the wreck of himself and son has » been received, but its insertion is imavoidably postpoñed till next week, on account of the arriml of the ? English Mail per " Madras." It shall then appear, illustrated by an engraving. NOTICE.-All letters having reference to the literary contents of this paper, to be addressed lo the Editor1. Remittances, advertisements, subscriptions, and communications rela- tive to the sale of the paper, to be addressed to the Publishers. Instructions for illustrating advertisements, by views, ground plans, elevations, Sfc, to be addressed to Messrs. Roberts and Haege, who have the management of that department. Sketches, and other communications referring to the general illustra- tions, to be addressed to Mr. W. G. Mason. *** The attention...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 20 May 1854

THE NEW^ M CiOOK. AND COMPANY, Waterloo-placi having completed their extensive arrange nients for the present season, respectfully solic attention to their superb Stock of Mantles, whip they beg to stats is unusually attractive,' compri siug all the Parisian novelties, viz., Rich circular pure silk vel vet cl jaks, commencin at 45s. each. Extremely rich ditto, lined with silk aud quiltec * 3 s guineas. * Bich moire antique velvet black and coloured Talma shapes. Superbly embroidered Lyons velvet. Magnificent designs in black glace silk, moire moire antique, satin, and damask satin lined and quilted. Elegant black and coloured cloth mantles, velve ornaments and trimmings. ChiH,-en'3 cloth mantles. ïfefjT The New Buildings, 2]6, George-street. RICH SILKS, A ND ERE N C H S IL K VELVETS. COOK AND COMPANY, Waterloo Place haye the honour of informing ladies, thal their Stock of Silks is very large and rich, and very low in price: Rich, plain, and striped Glace Silks, £\ 15s. the dress. Ri...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 20 May 1854

BIRTHS.-On the 14th instant, at Roseneath Cottage, Rush cutter's Bay, Mrs. C. Caldwell, of a daughter. At Gerringong, Kiama, on Thursday, the 11th instant, Mrs. John McClelland, of a son. On the 14th instant, at Miller's Point, Mrs. Darley, of a son. On the 14th instant, at Manar, Mrs. Hugh Gordon, of a son. On the 14th instant, at Palmer-street, Woolloomooloo, Mrs. Jas. D. Cronin, of a son. On the loth instant, at Devonshire Lodge, Surrey Hills, Mrs. Charles T. Gedge, of a daughter. On thc 4th instant, at South Wagga Wagga, Mrs. Frederick A. Tompson, of à sou. On the 12th instant, at the Oaks, Queanbeyan, the wife of T. S. Townsend, Esq., of the Surveyor-General's Department, of a son. On the 17th instant, at her residence, Victoria-street, the wife of Henry Lumsdaine, Esq., of a son. On the 18th instant, at 1, Harringtton-street, Church-hill, the-wife of Mr. E. G. Fair man, of a son. On Wednesday, the 17th instant, at Redfern, Mrs. T. O. S. Green, of a son. At Newtown, on the 17th...

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MR. PROSSER'S PAMPHLET. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 20 May 1854

MR. PROSSER'S PAMPHLET.   The following are some of the notices of Mr. Prosser's invention, to which we alluded last week:- (From the Times, June 19, 1845.) The performances of the experimental train on the wooden rail- way across Wimbledon Common, to test the capability of Mr.. Prosser's guide wheels, were witnessed yesterday by many scien- tific men, and by several practical civil engineers. The whole ex- tent of the railway laid down is about two miles and-a half, that portion of it, which is straight, being two-thirds of a mile, and the remaining part being a curve, or curves approaching nearly tr» semicircles; each curve is seven-eighths of a mile in length, and' the radius is 10 chains, or one-eighth of a mile. On the curve the gradients are 1 in 10, 1 in 100, lin 200, and level. In the straight line the gradients are 1 in 50, 1 in 80 i m 100; and level. The experiments were very satisfactory, and established the prin- ciples on which the guide wheel's were adopte...

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JACK AND THE BEARSKIN. SAMUEL LOVER'S NEW SONG FOR THE FLEET; A BALTIC STAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 27 May 1854

JACK; AND THE BEARSKIN. I SAMVEZ. LOVER'S NEW SONG FOR THK FLEET : A BALTIC ; 'STAVE. '' "! ": ' A sailor and Iiis lass Sat o'er their parting glass, For the jolly tar had voluntecr'd to go to sea ; At the sailing-signal flying , : The lovely lass was sighing, ; And said, " I fear you never will come hack to me' : My heart is cold with fear, That you, my sailor dear, ' In the perils of the hattie and the deep should be." , " Oh," says Jack, " you'll not be cold When your own sailor bold Will bring you back a bearskin from the Baltic Sea ! " With glory soon did Jack ' From the Baltic Sea come back, . ; With such a lot of bearskins, that the proud city; With a gold box did present him, ' ' . And likewise did compliment him_ , '<"..! " With the freedom of the ancient Skinner's,Company. Then he werit the girl to find . That he had left behind: . ... " . ! "Won't she be glad to see mè, bless her heart,".says he, , " When she proves her sailor bl?de Kept thé .promise that he ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 27 May 1854

I ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE. For the Joint Benefit of Mr. Bruton and Mrs. Howard. ON TUESDAY EVENING next, 30th May, 1854, will bs produced the Play of the CHARCOAL BURNER; or the DROPPING WELL OF KN ARESBOllOUGH. To be followed by Mr. J. BREWER, the renowned American Horizontal Bar Performer. Song, Miss Hart; ComiG Song, Mr. Frank Howson"; Dance, Miss Collins; Sung, Miss Warde. Also, The Laughable Farce of the FIT OF THE GOUT, ju which Mr. Rogers and Mr. F. Howson will appear. To conclude with the Farce of A CAPITAL MATCH. Mr Sunnyside, Mr. Rogers ; Captain Tempest, R. N., Mr. Montague; Mrs. SINGLETON, Mrs. HOWARD; Rosanua, her neice, Miss Warde. Boxes and Tickets to be had at the Box Oßke of tho Theatre : . or at the residence of Mrs. Howard/üü, Pitt, street. ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE. MONDAY EVENING, MAY 29. FAREWELL BENEFIT of Mr. GRIFFITHS, Manager, previous to his final retirement from the stage. Under the distinguished patronage of His Excellency the GO- VERN OR-GENERAL, SIR CHARLE...

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THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 27 May 1854

THE MARKETS. POULTRY. Fowls, per pair Ducks " ,, Geese " " Turkeys " " Pigeons " " 5 Oto 6 9 6 0 8 8 10 0 14 0 14 0 20 0 16 2 0 GENERAL MARKETS. Butter. per lb. Glenlee do. .. Wollongong do. Cheese,colonial Bacon, ditto .. Lard. Eggs. Roasting pigs. 1 9 3 3 0 .0 0 7 2 0 0 0 0 8 0 8 7 0 9 3 0 7 VEGETABLES. Potatoes, cwt. Celery per doz Cabbages, per dozen. Lettuces. Turnips, p. doz. bunches.. .. Parsnips. Carrots. 12 0 14 0 5 0 7 6 0 14 0 6 2 6 FLOUR MARKET. Bartleman and Bates' Prices. Fine, £30. Second, £28. Bran, 4s. 6d. Wheat, 11s. to 12s. Od. ¡ a fair supply during the past week. Furlong and Kenedy's Prices. Fine £30,. Second, £28. Wheat, 11s. 6d to 12s. 6d. Bran, 4s. 6d. Barker and Co.'s Prices. Fine, £28. Second, £26. Bran, 4s. Wheat, 1.1s 6d, to 12s BISCUITS. Wilkie and Mitchell's Prices. Cabin, first, ll gibs,, 40s. Pilot, 34s. ; ship, 30s. Meat biscuits, per 501b. tiu, 21s. Wine ditto, per 121b. tin, 15s. Abernathy's, per 301b. tin,2ls. Rio pump fruit Pumpkins, doz. Peas, p...

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