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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 10 June 1873

STEEDMAN'S SOOTHING POWDERS, FOR CHILDREN CUTTING TEETH. CAUTION TO PURCHASERS. The value of this well known Family Medicine ha» been largely tested in all parts of the world, and by all grades of society, for upwards of FIFTY YEARS. Its well-earned extensive sale has induced SPURIOUS IMITATIONS, some of which in OUTWARD AP PEARANCE so closely resemble the original as to have deceived many purchasers. The proprietor, therefore, feels it due to the public to give a special caution against tire use of SUCH IMITATIONS. Purchasers are therefore requested carefully to ob- serve the four following distinctive characteristics, without which none are genuine : 1st.-In eveiy case the words JOHN STEEDMAN, CHEMIST, WALWORTH, SURREY, are engraved on the Government Stamp affixed to EACH PACKET 2nd.-Each SINGLE POWDER has directions foe the dose, and the words, John Steedmau, Chemist, Walworth, Surrey, printed thereon. ßi-d-r-^The name Steadman is always spelt with twa Es. 4th.-The manufacture is...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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Familp medical Guide. DISEASES OF THE CHEST. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 10 June 1873

jFamflp üeírtcal <§utte* DISEASES OP THE CHEST. ACUTE BRONCHITIS.-This disease begins with chills, followed by fever ; tightness across the chest, difficulty of breathing, hoarseness, loss of strength, costive bowels, and a quick, hard pulse. Water runs from the eyes aud nostrils, and there is a dry, harsh, croupy cough. After a few days, mucus begins to be raised, which is thick and ropy, and occasionally streaked with blood. There is more or less pain in the chest ; pain across the forehead, increased by coughing, and a pale, anxious countenance. In severe cases there is a tightness across the chest, causing the patient to call for the windows to be opened, to avoid suffocation. There is difficulty of breathing, a paleness and lividity of the cheeks and lips, a loud wheezing and rattling in the throat, followed by cold sweat, insensibility, and death. Tn children the disease comes on like a common cold, attended by a sore throat, and a great desire to drink, but a disin...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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HELL GATES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 10 June 1873

HELL M A T E to, NEW ¡SO JX 1'' u L, iv, T A ¡5 M AH 1 A. HELL GATES. I The scene depicted by our artist is one of the most picturesque on the Derwent river, at New Norfolk, in Tasmania. About half a mile below the New Norfolk bridge, which spans the Derwent, are Hell Gates-a narrow passage between almost perpendi- cular rocks of bastard freestone. These rocks must have at one time formed part of the dividing range between the Derwent and Lachlan rivers, and through which the waters of the former must have forced a passage. Amongst the rocks are small gullies noted for the growth of luxuriant timber, while on the side of the river adjoining the property of Mr. Riddoch extend some of the rich hop grounds for which Tasmania is famous. The scenery is hold and romantic, and the spot is one of those most admired by tourists visit- ing the sister colony.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 10 June 1873

DR. ROBERTA'S CELEBRATED OINTMENT, CALLED THE POOR MAN'S FRIEND, Is confidently recommended to the Public as an unfail- ing remedy for wounds of every description ; a certain cure for Ulcerated Sore Legs, even of twenty years* standing; Cuts, Burns, Scalds, Bruises, Chilblains, Scorbutic Emptions, and Pimples on the Face, Sore and Inflamed Eyes, Sore Heads, Sore Breasts, Piles, Fistula, and Cancerous Humours, and is a Specific for those afflicting Eruptions that sometimes follow Vacci- nation. Sold in Pots at ls. 1M. and 2s. 9d. each. DE, .ROBERTS'S PILULJE"ANTISCROPHULJE, OR ALTERATIVE PILLS, confirmed by sixty years' experience to be one of the best medicines ever com- pounded for purifying the blood, and assisting Nature in her operations. Hence they are useful in Scrofula, Scorbutic Complaints, Glandular Swellings, particu- larly those of the Neck, &c. They form a mild and superior Family Aperient, which may be taken at all times without confinement or change of diet. So...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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FUR-BEARING ANIMALS OF NORTH AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 10 June 1873

FUR-BE ARIN Gr ANIMALS OF NORTH AMERICA. THE animals which furnish the valuable furs from the northern regions of America are the silver and cross foxes, the fisher, marten, otter, mink, and lynx ; whilst among those of less worth are the wolverine, beaver, er- mine, and musk-rat. The beaver was for- merly found in great numbers, and was pretty highly prized ; but, from the assiduity with which it has been hunted, it has now become comparatively scarce ; and from the substitution of silk for beaver-skin in the manufacture of hats, the latter has become almost worthless. Of all furs, with the single exception of the sea-otter, which is found only on the Pacific coast, the silver fox commands the highest price. The fur of the silver fox is of a beautiful gray ; the white hairs, which predominate, being tipped with black, and mixed with otkei's of pure black. A well-matched pair of silver fox-skins are worth from £S0 to £100. The cross-foxes, so called from the dark stripe down the bac...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH, LISMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 10 June 1873

ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH, LISMORE. ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH, Newtown, Lismore, , Richmond River-as shown in our engraving is a neat and compact building, well suited to meet the requirements of those by whom it is used as a place of worship. The site-a very beautiful one of one and a half acres in extent, was granted by Govern- ment for church purposes ; and is about 100 feet above high-water mark. The building is situated close behind the villa residence and store of Mr. E. Coleman, and is erected on substantial hardwood blocks. The frame is built of grey gum and the shingling is of the same. The weather- boards are of cedar, and the floor of beech. The building cost £158 Ss., and several im- provements in fittings, &c, have brought up the amount to £195. All the work was undertaken by Mr. J. S. Lumley, builder and contractor, Richmond River, and has been very creditably carried out. It was commenced and completed in 1871. A fine harmonium, costing somewhere about twenty-five guineas...

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THE WORSHIP OF BACCHUS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 10 June 1873

T'liJES WORSHIP OJP BACCHUS. SUPPLEMENT TO THE " ILLUSTRATED SYDNKV NK\V\" isy:i. I.nüoi.itAi-uKn nv Uiuns. ÎSIIAU.AKD. \M> *'<>.. UP.XKHAI. I'UINTKK.N. I"> I'm STIIKKT, fc>v»yvar;

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Shifts and Contribances AVAILABLE IN WILD COUNTRIES. FIRE. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 10 June 1873

Äftifts; aha Contrfbanceö AVAILABLE IN WILD COUNTRIES. | I BY FRANCIS GALTON, F.It.G.S. FIRE. (Continued.) To hindlc à spark into a flame by blowing, is quite an art. Few Europeans have learnt it, but every savage is proficient in ifc. No novice should attempt this method of making a fire wheu his tinder in nearly expended, and he is in difficulties. He should by far rather adopt the plan already explaiued of whirling the spark, enclosed in a sort of birds-nest of inflammable substances, at arm's length. With ordinary care, he is almost sure to be successful. When the wind blows freshly and steadily, it suffices to hold the " nest" up against the wind. When the flame is once started, it should be fed with little bits of sticks or bark, split with a knife, or rubbed between the fingers into fibres, until it has gained enough strength to grap- ple with thicker ones. There is a proverb, "Small sticks kindle a flame, but large ones put it out." lt is the duty of a cook, when the time of...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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Origins and Inbentions. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 10 June 1873

Engins anti Inbention** ARTIFICIAL TEETH.-Most of us are accus- tomed to regard artificial teeth as wholly a thing of the present day, but such is not the case. Of the wisdom of the ancient Egyp- tians a knowledge of deutistry formed a part, and mummies have been found with wooden and ivory teeth ; some of them even fixed in modern fashion, on gold plates ; and with hollow teeth stopped with gold-so true is it that there is nothing new under the sun. The 'classic writers also speak of artificial teeth as being well known both in ancient Greece and Rome. A century and a half ago, as appears from advertisements in old newspapers, gold- smiths did the work of dentists in making and cleaning artificial teeth. A few months since, while some excavations were being made on the site of the Inquisition, at Murcia, in Spain, the workmen came upon the bones of the victims of that terrible institution in former times ; in one of the jaws was a silver tooth. This fact was observed by a friend of...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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Selected poetry. MAIL-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 10 June 1873

äderten ftoetrg* MAIL-DAY. BY ALBANY FONBLANQUE. " Corne ! come to the walls, they have signall'd the mail : See the smoke curling over the hay ; Over thousands of miles, spite of darkness and gale, She is here, the good ship, to her day A hit of old England, a link with the thoughts That over all others prevail. A fig for repining and idle reports ! There'll he news, dear-sure news in the mail. 'Tis a comfort to see the old flag in the air, To hear tho sharp dash of the oar In this lazy land ; and if sailors must swear, It's in English-and that's something more. The captain's frank face is a joy in itself Midst visages sallow and pale ; He'll give us God-speed without thinking of pelf Here's the mail-boat on shore -with the mail ! " So we speak, so we think upon every main, So we welcome the speck in the blue ; And when it departeth, watch for it again Long after 'tis lost to our view. For then it has told us that brothers and friends, Not heartless, but heedless, will fail ; That ...

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HOLES AND CORNERS OF MELBOUENE LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 10 June 1873

HOLES AND COENEES OF MELBOUENE LIFE. ' BY OUR TRAVELLING ARTIST. Locked out ! The words are as ominous as the situation is fraught with inconvenience. Not locked out after the manner of the swell with his pockets well lined, who, having for- gotten his latch-key, has nothing to do but hail a cab and be deposited for the night at a first-rate hotel. There ls nothing very terrible in this, but for a stranger in Melbourne, whose only available capital is sixpence, to find at half-past ten o'clock that the door of his lodgings is closed against him, that his landlady is fitfully sleeping, troubled by thoughts of bolting lodgers, and that the slavey is wrapped in blissful dreams of her next Sunday out, is quite another thing. The conflict between arousing the inmates from their first sleep and the dislike of passing the night in the street is short but decisive, and ends in favor of modest consideration and a feeling of desolateness and isolation taking possession of the temporary outcas...

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L'Envoye. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 10 June 1873

L'Envoyé. In my own person, I am bold enough to declare that there is no necessity for a " mo- ral " to the foregoing ; but a. few words before " dismissing the company " may not be out of place. The circle sociale of that night has diminished its number by at least two, to my own knowledge. It numbered seven at the time of which I have written ; one of them, the worthy and much be- loved " senior " I have mentioned, answered, we hope and believe, not long ago, the mus- ter-roll of those who belong to the " army of the saints," a position to which, what- ever our company br grade on earth, it is our duty to aspire. Yes After life's fitful fever, lie sleeps well, among the spirits he had so often invoked ; for, if to do well is to deserve well, I do not think any of his surviving comrades have reason to doubt the issue. The " Old Cam- paigner,"-as it was our, and is still my, humour to term him-I believe is still in the flesh, somewhere, if not in the company to whieh he then belonge...

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Literature. TALES IN THE CAMP. UNDER THE FLOOR. THE "OLD CAMPAIGNER'S" STORY (Conclusion.) [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 10 June 1873

literature* TALES IÎTTHE CAMP. UNDEE THE FLO OE, THE "OLD CAMPAIGNER'S" STORY BY SAMUEL HAWKER BANKS. ( Conclusion. J ^-^^^Ä" é^¥^ disturb my '\\ \ I neyr quarters >?ñ H^î^^p1?([ \oa the sofa ( (^iy^^Ä P \ fortnight I VJS; ¥ IT iP^fL ( ) afterwards ^s^tfinii^y remained fl ( there- My \l i^&âv^Â^T U health had -^^P^wtíf IF /si v much im .^St" $^1»' proved; and -s^M^^^^w^ * even De8an to ima iJp^^.. (j. gine that really, after ^"..JL d Yr all, these sights which 4¿;V=&. )^v^ ^ n»d 80 disturbed me ^ L IAS^ n might have been ^_/ !T ^ / owing merely to my /j 'ilk L^J-J* weak . health - at \ V§^Ls'y which time the mind l^)\iu ever sympathises with ' ¿jj}] the body, and be. OL/ comes, in a degree, r r disordered. I was, V ia some measure, led to this conclusion by the cheerful appearance of the little room in daylight, and the total absence on. the part of any member of the family of any, even I the smallest, reference to it as indicating their knowledge of its mysteries...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 10 June 1873

T HE PU N E EAL 0 F T H E LA T E M Ll. \V. C. W E N T W O ll T H. THE MAORI MARKET AT AUCKLAND.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 10 June 1873

BEST FOOD FOR INFANTS.-"H.E.H. Prince Albert Victor thrives so well upon it that it must be very good."-T. M. Kendall, Medical Attendant to U.R.H. the Princess of Wales. "This food resembles Mother's Milk as closely as possible."-Dr. H. Barker on Righi Food for Infants. " Highly nourishing and easily digested."-Dr. Hassall. It combines the most valua- ble FLESH and BONE-FORMING SUBSTANCES, and differs essentially from other farinaceous foods, which being quite unable to afford proper nourishment to a growing infant, frequently lead to a rickety and idiotic; con- dition. Savory & Moore's preparation has also the advantage of being freed from the ground husk of the corn, which produces irritation of tne bowels and in- tractable diarrhoea. No boiling or straining required. Sold in tins by Savory & Moore, 143 New Bond Street, London. Procurable of all Chemists . and Italian Warehousemen throughout the world. 2 MARAVILLA COGOA.-TAYLOR BROTHERS (the largest Manufacturers o...

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Scientific Fottings. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 5 July 1873

Scientific 3tottfng& GLASS SPINNING. - The latest improve- ments in spinning glass are due to the "viënna manufacturer, Brunfaut. After manifold trials, he has discovered a composition which may be made at any time into curled or frizzled yarn. The frizzled threads surpass in fineness not only the finest cotton, but even a single cocoon thread, and they appear, at the same time, almost as soft and elastic as silk lint. The woven glass flock wool has recently been used as a substitute for ordi- nary wool wrappings for patients suffering from gout, and its use for this purpose has been, it is stated, successful. Chemists and apothecaries have found it useful for filter- ing. The smooth threads are now woven into textile fabrics, which are made into cushions, carpets, tablé-cloths, shawk, neck- ties, cuffs, collars, and other garments, &c. ' MARBLED SLATE.-The following is the new process employed for making slate as- sume the appearance of marble for deco- rating inter...

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Types of Colonial Life. THE STOCKMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 5 July 1873

TYPES OF COLONIAL LIFE THE STOCKMAN. BY GEORGE E. LOYAU.     THE stock-keeper, as may be surmised, means one having the care of stock. He is usually found located at a cattle station far out on the Baloone or Barwon ; though the " towri," or portion of country he inhabits, is not restricted to these neighbourhoods. Stockmen are to be met with all over the colonies, wherever mustering, branding, tail- ing, or droving, require their services. They usually go in pairs, to fetch in the unbranded calves from the station herd, except at "mustering time," when there is a great meeting of the stock-keepers in the vicinity, and a general raid made on all cattle for miles round. Mustering lasts a week or two, and is considered by those engaged in it ex- cellent sport. Breakfast over at sunrise, and all ready saddled, the stockmen take their departure for the " Long Waterhole," "Breakneck Gully," the "Black Licking Place," or similar spots where cattle are lo- cated. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 5 July 1873

LEA AND PERKINS' CELEBRATED WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE, Declared by Connoisseurs to bo THE ONLY GOOD SAUCE. CAUTION AGAINST FRAUD. THE SUCCESS OF THIS MOST delicious and unrivalled Condiment having caiised certain dealers to apply the name of "Worces- tershire Sauce" to their own inferior compounds, the Public is hereby informed that the only way to secure the genuine, is to ASK EOR LEA & PERRINS' SAUCE, and to see that their names are upon the wrapper, labels, stopper, and bottle. Some of the foreign markets having been supplied with a spurious Worcestershire Sauce upon the wrapper and labels of which the names of Lea and Perrins have been forged, L. aud P. give notice that they have furnished their correspondents with power of attorney to take instant proceedings against Manu- facturers and Vendors of such, or any other imitation» by which their right may be infringed. Ask for LEA & PERRINS' Sauce and see name on Wrapper, Label, Bottle, and Stopper. Wholesale and for Exp...

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Literature. TRACKS IN THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 5 July 1873

literature* TRACKS IN THE BUSH. ?] STOCK MAN in my employment was, not many years ago, missing from a cattle station dis- tant from Sydney ab'out two hundred and thirty miles. The man had gone one afternoon, in search of a horse that had strayed. Not having returned at night or the next morning, the natural con- clusion was that he had been lost in the bush. I at once called in the aid of the blacks, and, attended by two European servants (stock men), headed the expedition. The chief diffi- culty lay in getting on the man's track ; and several hours were spent before this important object was accomplished. The savages exhi- bited some ingenuity even in this. They described large circles round the hut whence the man had taken his departure, and kept on extending them until they were satisfied they had the proper footprints. The track once found, half a dozen of the blacks went off like a pack of hounds. Now and then, in the dense forest through which we wandered in our search, there ...

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