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TOWNS AND VILLAGES OF NEW SOUTH WALES. No. 1.—THE PORT OF NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

TOWNS AND VILLAGES OP NEW SOUTH WALES. I No. 1.-THE POUT or NEWCASTLE. Tho dark blue jacket that enfolds the sailor's manly breast Bears more of real honour than the star and ermino vest. Tho titho of folly in his head may wake the landsman's mirth, But Nature proudly owns him as her child of sterling worth. His heart is warm, his hand is true, his word is frank and free, And, though he plays tho ass on shore, ho's lion of the sea. Ho's Britain's boast, and claims a toast : "In peace, my boys, or war, Here's to the ¡bravo upon tho wave-the gallant English tar !" The travelling public northward have had a tréat lately, while passing through the matchless harbour of Port Jackson, that must, or should, have produced a thrill of patriotism in the breast of overy one coming from, or belonging to, the United Kingdom. The six men-of-war forming the Flying Squadron, together with the Challenger and the Virago, aro a sample only of over six hundred others moro or less destructive, as war mac...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FLYING TRIP TO BOURKE—JOTTINGS BY THE WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

A FLYING TED? TO BOURKE-JOTTINGS BY I THE WAY. f LEFT Sydney by the five o'clook train, taking my ticket; j. to Bowenfells, and having, before leaving the platform, purchased an Evening News, devoured its contents, .which principally consisted of electioneering excitement, b whioh toas the main topic of tho day. At the Parra- I matta junction we had to separate ourselves from the f Southerners, whilst we sheared off to the right and took | the Western line. All along the line the country wai f. looking beautifully verdant, and the cropB about Pen« ,| rith were all that the farmer covdd wish for to put him ,| in heart, after having so many bad seasons in succession. THE NEPEAN BRIDGE-THE ZIG-ZAG. J Leaving Penrith, we crossed that magnificent bridgfl , | over the Nepean. It certainly is the finest bridge in y New South Wales. The only one that bears comparison, rc to it, to my idea, is that splendid structure at Menangle, v on the southern line. However, both are creditable to..* the...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE. [FROM OUR TRAVELLING REPORTER.] NOTES ON THE CAMDEN DISTRICT.] [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

! CORRESPONDENCE. i _._.-1 [FROM OUR TRAVELI.ÏN& REPORTER.] j NOTES ON THE CAMDEN DISTRICT.] OASIDEN, before the inauguration pf railways in New South Wales, was probably better known than it is at present. Many who in travelling to and from Sydney, stopped here,rnow pass by at a distance, and only know tho district by a glance out of a railway carriage win dow. This fertile farming district is therefore almost left to tho care of its permanent residonts or only visited, as nt the present season, by men in search of harvest work. It may not, therefore, be considered out of placo if I mako a few observations from notes taken during a tour through the district. I think I shall not be guilty of making an original remark, if I say that the immediate neighbourhood of Sydney is not rich in agricultural land, the iron drift found on the top of the sandstone rendering the soil too hot for almost anything but plants of native growth. It is not till you reach the George River, at Live...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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EDITORIAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

EDITORIAL NOTES. The New Year's Day célébrations passed off with . out accident, although many thousands of persons, of-all classes and ages, joined in them. Pooplo aro now subsiding into their usual state of calm, and the claims of business have resumed their sway. About the time of the oxpoctod mooting of Parliament, how ever, anothor groat holiday, of an Australian national charactor, will occur. On tho 26th of tho prosont month it will be eighty-one years sinco Captain Ar thru* Phillip, in command of the "first fleet," hoisted tho British colours on the shores of this harbour, and foundod tho first Australian sottlo ment at Sydney Cove. " Anniversary Day," as it is commonly called, will bo invosted with additional intorest on the forthcoming occasion, owing to tho fact that this yoar is the centenary of tho discovery of tho eastern seaboard of Now Holland. On tho 18th April next it will bo just ono hundred years sinco Captain Jarnos Cook, in H.M.S. Endeavour, of 3Ö0 tons, sighte...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADELAIDE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

ADELAIDE. Mondaj'. Parliament reassembles to-morrow. A no-confi dence motion is likely to bo carried. Slr. Bartley, tho senior Lands Titles Commis sioner, declines to recognise the notice from the Govemmont dispensing with his services, on the ground that the notice contravenes thc Act. Tho annual meoting of tho Adelaide Meat Pre serving Company shows that operations are fully entered upon, and that there is every prospect of a profitable result. The capital is increased. Launcolot won the Hurdle Race on Satiu'day. Messrs. Stow and Braco applied to the Govern ment to name a defendant, so that they may com mence proceedings for tho recovery of money paid for Northern Torritory land orders. Tho manager of tho Thoatro Royal has engaged Weston's Minstrel Toupo from Molbourno for Adelaide. The weather yesterday was intonsely hot ; coolor to-day, but dusty. Tromondous thunderstorm at Burra Burra. Breadstufls unchanged. Tuesday. The Government succeeded in defeating tho voto of censuro by ...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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POWERS, RUTHERFORD. AND CO.'S AGENCY. Dubbo, 4th January, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

POWERS, RUTHERFORD. AND CO.* S AGENCY. Dubbo, dtli January, 1870. lt. G. GoonisoNS reports FAT CATTLE.-Tiro demand is not so brisk, in conse quence of tho low prices ruling in thc Sydnoy market ; but the season being favourable for stock.travelling south,-many mobs shall go to Melbourno, which will tend to^keep prices steadier in Sydnoy. Mr. W. C. M'Fhilhuny lias started a very . primo mob of cows for Melbourne of tho celebrated WOW brand. I havo placed two mobs under offer. STORE CATTLE,-There are a great many inquiries for this description of stock, particularly when of suitable ages? for fattening. I havo buyers for a largo number and could placo a mixed herd at a satisfactory price. I expect to closo tho salo of one lot this week. FAT SHEEP.-It isjmpossiblo to sell fnt.sheep"] unless ab extremely low rates. STORE SHEEP.-For 0 and 8 tooth wethers there is a great demand, and I could place largo numbers at satisfactory prices. I have sold 2000 very superior for Mr. E. H. Lane to M...

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POSTSCRIPT. SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.—January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

POSTSCRIPT. SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.-January 6. Castlehead.'Bhip, 830 tonB, R. L. Armstong, from Liverpool 11th October. Smith Brothers and Co., agents. . Constance, bnrquo, 311 tons, Gibbons, from Mol bourno 29th instant. H. S. Bird, agent. Grafton, steamer, 200 tons, Mann, from Grafton 4th instant.- .Passengers-Mrs. OIBrien, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Haywood, Mrs.' M'Donnell, Mrs. Jackson, Messrs. Gordon, Attwater, and 8 in tho steerage. C. and N.E.S.N. Co., agents. COASTWISE.-Janot Dickson, from Newcastle : 100 tons coal. Alice and Promise, from Hawkesbury River: 2200 busbels maize Hnnnnh, from Tort Macquarie : 456 bags maize, 44 bags sugar. Day Dawn, from Bris bane Water : 700 baskets shells. C'oonanbara, steamer, from Morpeth : 300 bales hay, 100 bales wool, 200 bags onions, 30 cases wino, 30 packages tobacco, 12 pigs, 40 sheep, 30 casks tallow, 30 bags maize, 30 bags wheat, 20 boxes soap.

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN LOCOMOTIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN LOCO MOTIVES. AN English engineer, comparing difforont kinds of railway apparatus, givos tho following interesting account of somo of tho peculiarities of Europoan and Amorican locomotives : " In England wo soo tho locomotivo onginoors, as a general rulo, aiming at high spood, us littlo com plication as possiblo in tho parts of tho ongino, ut most simplicity in all things, perfection of adjust ment and workmanship, and high boiler prossuro. Upon this last point wo may noto that a few years ainco fifty pounds to the inch was considorod high ; now ono hundred and twenty pounds and ono hun LESCHOT'S DIAMOND DRILLING MACHINE. drecl and thirty pounds ave ordinary prosBuro, and on the North London lino ongines aro hoing run at one hundred and oighty pounds. " Franco has slow spoed and very heavy trains ; her engineers aim at large tractivo forco,. do not spare complication, uso large quantities of material, and couple numbers of drivrng wheels together, making, for e...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HIGHLAND GATHERING AT THE ALBERT GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

HIGHLAND GATHERING AT THE ALBERT GROUND. Tte athletio sports, under the allspices of the High land Brigade, and which on Saturday last came off on the Albert Ground, proved eminently attractive, the concourse of visitors which assembled on that fashion able holiday resort having been probably the largest witnessed there for a very long period. The eiïorts of the committee to propagate and encourage a zest for gymnastic and athletic exercise among our Volunteers certainly merited encouragement, but tho diversified and attractive series of sports presented for tho delec tation of tho public was amply sufficient to ensure a large attendance. The people began to put in au ap pearance about 10 o'clock, and by 2 tho ground was crowded in all parts; the number present hi the courso of tho day being, upon a rough estimate, about soven thousand. The grand stand was well filled, most of tho fair sex patronising that building, as it afforded a comfortable refuge from thc sultriness of the weat...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENGLISH SPORTING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

ENGLISH SPORTING NEWS. The end of the season of 1869 was rapidly drawing near when we received by the last mail our Englisl files. Tho two great Autumn Meetings at NoAvmnrkd tho' second October and Houghton meetings wero over, and as far as tho cracks go, there will be no oxcitemenf until the next spring-though, of course, thoro it plenty of racing or steeplechasing going on throughout tho Avinter. At the second October Meeting thc principal events were CcesareAvitch, tho Middle Park Plate (the two year old Derby), and tho match over the Ditch Milo between Blue Gown, tho winner of the Derby 18G8, and the well known and almost invincible miler Friponnier, tho big hand handicap falling to Cherio, by Stockwell, a three-year-old, one of the light weights beating the old stager John Davis, who was turned loose, and seventeen others. Tho Middle Park Plate, with its added thousand, brought out a field of seventeen youngsters, amongst whom figured the two Derby favourites, Sunshine and King...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

PROPERTIES TO LET, BY ARTHUR CUBITT,_ HOUSE AGENT, BRIDGE-STREET. BUSINESS PREMISES, or Private Dwelling.-Comfortable House, corner of Egan-street and Newtown Road. It -comprises 7 rooms, kitchen, and sorvant's room ; stable, . . coachhouse, and hay-loft, together with the usual out houses. Also, large vacant allotment, which can be used 14 SHILMNGSe,A WEEK.-Pour newly-erected Houses, opposite St. John's Terrace, Glebe, containing four rooms, detached kitchen, pantry, and cupboards, with small carden ground in front. ' A COMMODIOUS RESIDENCE, corner of Riley and Wil liam streets, Woolloomooloo, 0 rooms, and kitchen, largo vard stabling, and hay-loft; marble mantel pieces, venetian bUnds ; laundry, with coppor boiler ; entronco hall and balcony ; rent extremely low. CAPITAL HOTEL TO LET.-For disposal, the Goodwill, Fixtures, Furniture, and Stock of nn Hotel in tho city, well-known as a paying house. Tho incoming is very moderato, tho houso in excellent order, and the business connect...

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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

GARDES AJSD FIELD CALENDER. _ KITCHEN- GARDE«*.-Very_ üstlesowín? or transplanting cat be done, ii the weather continues fros and dry chis month,- bur. na the occurrence of seasonable rains, peaa, beans, snrafpa, carrow (of the earïy bora variety), lettuce, parsnips, radish, parsley, and ali herbs ; caniincwers, brocoli, Ac, may be sown for succession. Hans ont caobaçea and eaaliáowers, Saüxu' care to select noaa but strong plants. Plant out celery and eachelofcs, the farmer ia trenches, ii water be available, care being taken to leave aa match earth as possible abdul the rooti. Early varieties of potatoes may fe* planted ; poll up forward crop« of keeping onions ; and stop shoots of pumpkins, vege table marrow, meto ru, cucumber?,. ¿tc. ORCHARD A>T> FECIT GARDES.-Fruit trees may be budded in a week cr two. bot a partial thinning of 3nperaconi shoo-t* may be given with che pruning knife to some "varieties, ¿cfc off lateral branches of the vine, so as to jive the fruit air uni?...

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MR. GOLDWIN SMITH'S REPLY. Park's End, Oxford, July 31st, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

ME. GOLDWIN SMITH'S REPLY. Park's Encl, Oxford, July 31st, 1865. Sin,-Accept my best thanks for your courtesy in sending me your work on "Freedom and Independence for the Golden Lands of Australia." I wish I had had the advantage of reading it before I wrote myself upon the subject. Judging from the general tone of the colonial press, as for as it comes under my notice, tho doctrine of colonial independency makes less progress in tho colonies than in the mother-country. In the mother country it has recently been making ¡ considerable progress, not so much owing to any theoretical chango of conviction among our public men, and still less to the arguments of any particular writer, as owing to the practical sense of the danger of the "present system in tho case of Canada. I have little doubt m my own mind that the efforts now being made to form a confederation of the British North American provinces, aro in part preliminary to a moro decided step, and that this, though repudiated by ou...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEEKLY COMMERCIAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

'WEEKLY COMMERCIAL REPORT. I ----- .. i Ix tho general import, markets,. dulness prevails the holidays having put a stop to largo transaotionsj Thero a very heavy stocks of British and foroigr goods stored, and sales in some instances have beer made at a loss. Spirits aro dull of sale, Marton'i and Honnossy's hulk brandies at 7s 6d to 7s 7W pe: gallon; caso ditto, 24s to 26s 6d a dozon rum, WI, 30 o.p., 4s 3d to 4s 4d; geneva, 11s Julo's and Haman's bidk ales, £7 10s to £8 ; bottleç beer at from 7s 6d to 10s a dozen, according to branc and quality. Sales of Mauritius sugars have beer made at £33 to £35 per ton for ration and counter and £32 to £34 for dark ration ; crystals, £37 17s 6d Tho teas, ex Minnin, realised at auction £5 to £6 12f per chest ; ex Helpmeet, £4 los to £6 10s per ditto plantation coffee is worth 9Ad ¡per lb. ; Java ?. itto, 7d ; Manila, 6d to 6id. Full weight candles ari quoted ut lOd to 10¿d"; 8£d to Od for light weights, Thero is a glut of oilmen's stores. Bot...

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MORT AND CO.'S MONTHLY CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

MORT AND CO.'S MONTHLY CIRCULAR. The correspondence delivered by the Geelong, steamer, on the 24th instant, reports an unproved Con tinental demand for our staple article. In the English manufacturing districts, however, the inquiry was scarcely so active, great difficulty being experienced in quitting goods at a remunerative price. The f ourth and last series of wool sales were to com mence on tho 11th November, and by telegram we leam that an advance of a halfpenny per lb. had been estab lished on tho Soptembor quotations. This, though scarcely so marked an improvement as we expected, is, at any rate, a movement in the right direction, and one we hope to see continued hi a more deoided manner by tho time the first of the now clip reaches its des tination. Our local movement in favour of more frequent sales has, we see, been forestalled by the action of the com mittee of the Now South Wales and Van Diemau's Land Commercial Association, who, on the 28th October, re solved-" That hi ...

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INTERCOLONIAL. VICTORIA. [FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.] Melbourne, Decembor 31st. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

INTERCOLONIAL. VICTORIA. [PHOM OUK.SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.] Melbourne, Docembor 31sb. In tho midst of tho festivities of tho soason, ou: Legislators havo boon hard at work to bring to ¡ close a sossion of unusual longth and littlo profit and amongst tho ton measures which recoived tin Royal assent on Wednoaday woro tho Appropriation Railway Loan, Mining Companies Limited Liability Act Amondmont, Local Governments, and Lane Laws Amendment Bills. Parliament was prorogucc at half-past 'J-' p.m., to tho limo of a saluto of sevon toon guns, fired by tho Royal Artillory. His Excol loncy Viscount Canterbury-for under that titlo hi LordBlüp will in future bo -known-appoarcd in thi usual vico-rogal uniform, and woro mourning foj his deceased' brother, intelligence of whose death was recoived by tho last mail. Tho sossioi jiist closed comprised 120 wittings from February 11th to December the 29th, and during that perioc only about live and thirty measure have becomo law Tho session, hbwover hu...

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HOW THE SOAB IS CONCEALED IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

HOW THE SCAB IS CONCEALED IN VICTORIA. A correspondent signing himself " A Viotorian Squatter " writes a lengthened communication to a southern, contemporary (The Deniliquin Chronicle), embodying tho general., opinion that the inspectors pf scab in Victoria receive their. appointments by no means for their fitness to perform their duties, but solely on account of some ''proper representations," some. back-stairs political influence, some " button hole" conneotion, or even, some sectarian peculiarity. A broken-down tailor, an incapable attorney's derk, or an unsuccessful draper's shopboy, provided only they can pull any of the strings enumerated above, are appointed inspectors, in preference to some of the moBt thorough experts in the Australias, who lack no quali fication whatever, excepting only political influence, br perhaps sycophantic pliability. The miter then pro ceeds to narrate an incident which occurred to a gentleman whilst in treaty for tho pur chase of a station in Vict...

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PRODUCE MARKETS. Sydney, 7th January, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

PRODUCE MARKETS. Sydney, 7th January, 1870. The produce trade lias not yet recovered from the stagnation caused by the holidays. Next week wo expect a recurrence of the briskness usual to this trade. MAIZE.-Tho stocks are very low; with the exception of two of the town dealers, there is not more than ten days' supply in the market. The stocks at present held in Victoria are also getting low. Our exports to thero for last month have been only 2815 bags ; while for December, 18GS, wc sent 20,255 bags. Now that those who have held so much have nearly sold out to the regular trade, we may soon expect a reaction in prices. "Wo had to pay Victox'ia £27,187 for the privilege of allowing them to take our maize ; not a bad return for tho £60,000 wo receive from them, on account of the Border duties. But our rulers at tho time of settling the ¡.Border duties wore so farseeing that they over looked the interests of the largest jwoducing portions of tho community, the maize and bacon growers. S...

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THE VINE DISEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

THE VINE DISEASE. THE Agricultural Socioty of Now South Wales hav ing hceii prosonted with a microscope hy Dr. Thom son, has found thnt instrument exceedingly useful i: following tho progross of thc vino disease in thi colony, and tho timely caution they havo thus beei enabled to give to the vino growers, and the alacrit; with which the intelligence has been acted upon, ha no doubt, to a considerable oxtent, checked tho pro giess of tho disease. It transpired at tho last meet ing of tho council that the diseaso was genorn thr oughout tho County of Cumberland, but thc carl; application of sulphur to tho vines has allayod th fears of tho"growers there, as in Franco, whore sui phur, and tho labour attending its application, soemi likely to bc laid down as an annual charge on th« expenses of tho vineyard. Indood, wo perceive thai M. Maros, in an able report on thc vino disease estimates that item of necessary expenditure as fol lows:-Sulphuring in May, 6 f. 0.5 c. ; Juno, 18 t&l...

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EXOTIC TREES AND PLANTS SUITABLE FOR AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 8 January 1870

EXOTIC TREES AND PLANTS SUITABLE EOE, AUSTRALIA. A LTHOUGH Australia is not so dofioient valuable timber trees, nor in rare a beautiful specimens of ornamental plants, 8omo novo asserted, yet tho most arde admirer of tho country, as it is, TV not feel disposed to deny that in many impoi ant respects it would bo improved by the introdu tion and naturalisation of tho best specimens useful and ornamental trees of tho older continen Some favoured spots thoro are, doubtless, throug out tho different colonies which are so abundant provided for by nature in tho important matter timber trees, as to need little moro from mc than an intelligent supervision and system: tio fostering of tho means at hand ; h there are immenso tracts of country, constitutii three-fourths of the entire continent at tho loae which are eithor occupied by worthless scrub or a devoid of natural vegetablo productions altogethe It is in such places that tho hand of the intelligoi husbandman should bo directed to assist...

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