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Facetiee. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 February 1870

Facetiee. APOSTROPHE TO SKITTLES.-Doscond ye nine ! A BAD SION,-TO sign another man's name 'to & note. Is haughty-culture commendable iu a farmer's daughter? A GOOD way to find a woman out-Call when she isn't at homo. THE shortness of life is vory often owing to tho irregu- larity of the Bver. "Do you sing?" says the teapot to tho kettle. "Yes," replies tho kettle, " I eau manage to get over a few bars."-"Bah 1" exclaimed tho teapot. IT is said that a watoh-dog is not so large in the morn- ing as at night, beoause he is let out at sight, and taken in in the morning. "You seem to walk more ereot than usual,.my friend."-"Yes I Jhave been straightened by circum- stances," A MODERN TOURIST calls the Niagara River " the pride of rivers." That pride certainly has a tremen- dous fall. WHY do people talk about feeling doubts in their own mind ? Where else could they he expected to feel them? A Yo uwa MAN, "illiterate but polite," on being in- vited to attend a wedding, sent a note i...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INDEX TO DECLARATION OF WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 February 1870

INDEX TO DECLARATION OF WEIGHTS. Berrima Member's Gift.March 7, 1870. Hartley Handicap .February 20th Berrima Handicaps.March 7th . Burrangong Handicaps., 24th Bandwiok Handicaps .April Oth Mudgee Handicaps.May 7th s

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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RACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 February 1870

RACES TO COMB. Bathurst.Feb. 23rd, 24th, and 25th Braidwood. Fob. 23rd and 24th Geelong, Annual. Feb. 24th and 25th Hartley.March 3rd and 4th Bega Jockey Club A. Races. March Oth and 10th Orango. March Otu, 10th & nth Broughton Creek ditto. March 10th V. B. 0. Autumn. March 11th and 12th Cooma. March loth and 17th Berrima.March 17th and 18th, Shoalhaven A. ditto. April 0th 7th and 8th Homebush..April 18th Burrangong Turf C. ditto.April 20th and 21st A. J.O. Autumn. April 23rd, 28th, 20th, 30th Burrangong . April 20th and 21st Tamworth. April. Mndgoe .... May 24th, 25th. and 2flth

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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INDEX TO CLOSING OF STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 February 1870

INDEX TO CLOSING OF STAKES. Berrima Member's Gift.February 28th, 1870 Hartley General Entry. " 22nd Orange Maiden Plate ., 22nd Berrima Handicap. " 28th . Orange General Entry .March 8th Burrangong Handicaps ., 14th A. J. 0. General Entry . " 25th Homebush Autumn Handicap .... April 1st Burrangong General Entry., 10th Mudgee Handicaps. " 20th Mudgee General Entry.May 4th V. B. C. General Entry .March 2nd

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The Bettting Market. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 February 1870

The Bett ting Market. I Thero has been moro speculation, this week than fa some timé past. Most of the investments, however haver.been in "doublo events," tho principle doubh that has been operated on boing tho lieger and Ooh Oap. 1000 to 30 was taken about Moselle winnini boen. For tho Leger, Charon is first favourito still, but although his price is 2 to 1, ho has not been backet! at that figuro. Thero can be no doubt now aboui whioh is second fa vourito, for although Moselle and Barbarian oro quoted at tho same prico, namely 4 to 1, the former is backed at that price, but the latter it hardly asked after. The only noticeable feature in tho betting on tho Gold Cup, is that Tim has been backed at 6 to 1, and the nibbling after Bylong, who was booked to win a few hundreds at hundreds to six.1 Moselle has also advanced a point in betting, 500 to 35 having been taken about her. Barbollo was backed early in tho weok to win 200, at 20 to 1. There hos been vory little done on tho Bathurs...

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INDEX TO DECLARATION OF FORFEITS OR NON-ACCEPTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 February 1870

INDEX TO DECLARATION OF FORFEITS OR i NON-ACCEPTANCES. . Sydney Cup, SA forfeit.March 1st, 1870 Burrangong Handicaps.April 9th Randwick Handicaps, n.a., 16th Mudgee Handicaps, n.a.May 17th.

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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The Prussian Educational System. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 February 1870

The Prussian Educational System '] Tho law. in Prussia is that every town or coramunii must maintain schools supported hy tho taxes 2 administered by tho local authorities, who are oletfl by the citizens and called Aldermen or Town Coi cillors. All porsons aro compelled to send thoir ch!}" dren to ono of thoso so-called elementary " whether they can pay tho charge of a penny awopl in a villago or a shilling per month in towns or not This money goes towards maintaining tho schools ami any deficiency is made up from local taxes Th compulsion exists in reference to a higher educiitionnl institution than olomontary schools fbut porentswlm send moro than ono child to any school supported hi tho community, have a reduction made in tho charire and a limited number of pupils, whose parents can not afford to pay tho full rato, enjoy either this re" . duction are admitted entirely freo", at tho discretion" of tho authorities. Thus tho higher schools, ns tho commercial or colleges, aro not est...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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THE NOVELIST. MARK FELTON. HIS ADVENTURES, PERILS, AND ESCAPES. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 February 1870

THE NOVELIST. V "^A-TíJÍ FELTON". y~ nlS ADVENTURES, PERILS, AND ESCAPES. ' "Well," resumed William, " I mean that this here " gentleman is the victim o' misplaced confidence, Lno°asI was; that's wot I mean." Tho landlord's facobeamod with delight, as request- ion the others to draw-up near tho fire, he asked Wil- liam to toll them how ho had become the victim, as ho expressed it. Tho purple-nosed gentleman took an exhaustive pull at tho replenished tankard of alo, loisuroly refilled his ' pipe, and then proceeded. "It's nigh on fourteen years ago, gentlemen, as I was barman atthe Boar's Head Tavern, in Oantorbuiy. I bad growed up in tho place, and tho landlord and land lady thoy looked on mo nigh tho samo as their own child. They was mortal fond of mo, they was, and gave mo good wages and as much to cat and chink as I liked. I was stout and hearty, then gentlemen," con tinued William with a sigh, "and could do my wack with a knife and fork, and a pot o' ale with any man in England....

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CHAPTER XXXIII.—MR. RED BOB APPEARS AT BROADLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 February 1870

I CHAPTER XXXIII.-MR. KED BOB APPEARS AT BROADLEY. It was towards the close of a dreary day some three weeks after his interview with Maud and Mr. Blane, that Mi*. Bath stood gloomily whistling in tho verandah of the hotel at whioh he stopped at Broadley. As yet no sign had been mado hy Mr. Purcell, the detective, nor by. Mr. Bonton; and he had boen kept waiting in the little town until his patience was nigh upon ex- hausted. -^ "Wau." ie rmttói ho bestowed a saowei gj tobacco juice upon a pa¿ dog, "thehull tratholj matter ÍB thet ef I ^ vegitate hero- much l0Bj I shall take root. ItVjm 'tis so." And Mr. Rath spat din solatoly upon the pavcm As*he raised his eyes i fell upon a figure wnicl reaBon of it« attire was cs lated to attraot hisspecu tention, ; "Sakes'." muttered1 Yankee, "ef thoy aint us one o' themHighlá as stand in front o' tb1 stores np to London. 1 there's no accountm'forl til ore aint; but afore I'd myself uri liko that aii I'd wear a fig cap. "W tho crittei uint comm...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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The New Victorian Flag. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 February 1870

The , New Victorian Flag. OUR lively neighbours inVictoria have latel been amusing themselves with a new "sen sation." The Melbourne papers brought by th Wonga Wonga last Saturday supply details o the solemn ceremony tho performance of whicl had been previously announced by telegraph the " inauguration/' namely, of the nev " Victorian flag," an event which the Argat pronounces to be " of some importance in th< history of the colony." Indeed the ceremony which took place on Wednesday last, was in vested with all the.importanco that official pres tige could give ifc. The adoption of the flaf had been previously proclaimed in tin Gazette, by tho authority of his Excellency tho Governor and the Executive Couucil; th« proceedings at the "inauguration " were pre sided over by the Premier and the rest o: tho Ministers ; tho Commander of thc forces gave the sanction of his presence, anc tho flag was hoisted amidst salvos of artillery and the manning of tho yards of the ships it p...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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LADIES' COLUMN. Cookery.—French English. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 February 1870

/ LADIES' COLUMN. ! Cookery.-French v. English. BY COSMOPOLITE. : r"much to the interest of a household that the ' . iVtoÄ family should .study the subject of cook hnth from an economical and a hygienic point of 6-yir In the days of our great-grandfathers, no young Ä education was complete until she was regularly "d systematically instructed m the mysteries of keep ? Ynuso Tho fashions, or rather the manners of that !kv reouired that the mistress of every establish ? ment [should horself know how to cook and make > 3v, presorves, &o., as well as to brew and bake, \ inalco cordial and medicinal drinks, and even ^Tho intention of the writer of this paper is to show ih&i our ordinary food may be much better cooked than (Us as well as served in a variety of ways, without necessitating a great outlay of money. With this ob .fict let us take a peep into a French Gumnc. It is mrolv a commodious place to English ideas : small Mffflys and apparently ill-supplied with what ...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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Domestic Recipes. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 February 1870

Domestic Recipes. SUCOEDANEUM FOR HOLLOW TEETH.-Levigated por celain, plaster of Paris, and iron filings, equal parts ; mix and make them into a paste with the thiokest quick-drying copal varnish. SIMPLE! AND SAFE EMOLLIENT.-As a good and effi- cient softener of the skin we know of nothing better than fine'oatmeal, either made into a thin gruel or a little thrown in tbs water when washing. Persons sub ject'to emptions in the face should always use it. KEDGEREE.-Take some cold boiled fish of any kind, five eggs ; boiled hard, a cupful of boiled rice, some butter, a cupful of cream, plenty of seasoning, and some cayenne ; I mixed and heated together, and served up hot. SWEET OMELET.-Two tablespoonfuls of flour, two ounces of flour, tho yolks of three eggs, mixed and thickened over the fire, then make a proper consistency for frying, with thin cream or milk. Lot it stand iintu cold, and then fry it in butter. Send it to tablo with jam folded between. RICE BREAD.-Take one pound and a ha...

Publication Title: Australian Town And Country Journal
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Victoria. (FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.) Melbourne, 12th February, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 February 1870

Victoria. (FJIOM OUll SPECIAL COltltESPONDENT.) ! Melbourne, 12th February, 1870. Mr. David Buchanan lins been coming in for a good share of public noli co during the past week in Victoria. No doubt his coalition with Parkes and Martin has helped to carn him this temporary prominenco horo;but I must not pass tho Biibject at once without giving your readers an impartial viow of tho celebrity ho hus thus gained in Victoria. Mr. Gavan Duffy, who is well known in Sydney for Fenian proclivities, lins just delivered tho promisod oration afc tho Polytechnic Hull, on the present con- dition of Ireland. Tho hall was well filled, and tho lecturer listened to very attentively. Ho concluded his lecture by informing us how the loaguo foi* the relief of distressed tenantry in Ireland was at last distributed-how threo of its members (hirnsolf included) have gained great notoriety in tho colony of Victoria, and then told us that Mr. Buchanan, whoso light has hithorto been hidden under a bushel, was...

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Contents of this Issue. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 February 1870

Contents of this Issue. I Telegrams-Editorial Notes .. .. .. ..3 Parliament-Inquest on tho Fire at tho Blackwall Stores 4 Sheep and Cattle-Chief ^Inspector's Annual Keport .. 5 Talographio Nows-Arrival ol tho Mail.. .. .. (I Correspondence.-Windsor-Mudgoe-Canonbar- Dubbo -Victoria .. .. .. .. .. .. 7 Leading Articles.-Tho Financial Statement-Tho Nows by tho Mail-Postscript .. .. .. ..8 Men of the Age. -Louis Napoleon (tciih portrait) ., 9 Perished in the Bush-Agricultural Schools-Delusions on the Land Question-The Social Science Philoso- phers .. .. .. .. .. 10, ll The Grazier.-Tho Angora Goat-Unskilful Farriery ll, 12 The Cultivator.-Sugar-Mode of Culture-Microscopical Examination of Cano Juice-Thc first Californian Beet Sugar-Ploughing and Harrowing-Stump Extractors (with diagrams)-Tho Orangeries at Parramatta-Exotic Trees suitablo to Australia-Tho Beech-Wine Making in California-How to Breed Pigs, and Cure Bacon Facts for Farmers .. .. .. .. 12, 13, 14 Mines and Mining.-The Gold-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 February 1870

PR 0 S P E C T U S| Ol' The Australasia. Sugar Company (Limited.) SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL: ¿1,000,000, In 200,000 Sliaros oí £25 each. First Issue : 25, COO Shares, £125,000. 20.000 Shares will boofforod to tho Public, with right of Sub- scription to tho uncalled Capital of Vive Shares forovery Shuroof tho First Jssiio. There will bo reservedf<»tho Proprietor and Promoters 5000 Paid-up Sharoi in the First ' issue, and 000 Paid-up Shares in every 1,50,000 of thc rest | of tho Capital of tho Company, ortho samo proportion for a greater or lesser sum when cillert of tho Capital of the Company, with right of Subscription to Fivo Sub- scription Shares to every Paid-up sharo in the Company, and tho surplus Subscription shares. 10s por Sharo on Application, and 10s perSIiaro on Allotment, at tho dlscrotlon of tho Directors, and tho Balance as | may be required by'tho Directora. PKOVISIONAL DlilECTORS : WILLIAM BE Ll, Esq. (Boll, Bruce, and Co.) CHARLES BATE, Esq. (C. Bato and Co.), S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 February 1870

TMPOR TANT TO COUNTRY SUBSCRIBERS. ? Any person in a country district where there is no agent for this Journal, ioho tuill undertake to procure not less than Sta neio Subscribers amongst his neigh- bours and friends, will receive a copy for himself PIIEE OP CHARGE. For procuring twelve subscribers two free copies will be sent, and so on for any larger number. BERDEEN CLIPPER LINE. FOR LONDON. Notice to Passengers. The following first-class vessols, making an average passage of eighty~days, will bo dispatched on or about tho following dates : "_ ' Tons. Commander. To Sail. NINEVEH. 1174.. ..Barnot .March. PATRIARCH (new). 1600.... Pile .April. CITY OP ABERDEEN .. 1100.... -.May. Tho dietary arrangements aro superior, and each vesso -carries an experienced surgeon. Apply to MONTEFIORE, JOSEPH, and CO., O'Connoll-sreot. EF. JONES, B O O K M A IC E ll. . and Turf Commission Agent, begs to inform tho ' SpwUng Public of this and the adjacent colonies, that he has BOOKS open on all forthco...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. —February 12. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 February 1870

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. -February 12. "Wonga Wonga, steamer, 615 tons, Brown, from Melbourne 9th instant. Passengers-Mrs. A. H. "Wilson, Mrs. Woolie and 2 children, Mrs. Day, Mrs. Runoie »nd 3 children, Mrs. Young, Mis. and Master Hosier, Mrs. Egan and child, Mrs. Dyer, and 2 children, Miss Moss, Miss Thynne, Miss Elcoat, Misses Arm- strong (2), Miss Andrews, Eev. H. H. Gaud, Kev. W. Curnow, Kev. G. Hurst, Rev. J. "Waterhouse, Rev. S. Rabone, Messrs. William Beveridge, A. H. Wilson, P. Lepervanche, S. Fontburne, W. Kavanagh, Forbes, Daniel, G. Thomas, Kennedy, Levi, W. Mitchell, Young, J. F. Price, W. J. Dunklog, W. Donnaghan, A. Deckor, Greville, M'Kenzie, H. Pullen, W. Phillips, Dearden, G. Thomas, Edutoline, Diener, and 50 in the steerage. A.S.N.Co., agents. City of Melbourne, steamer, 615 tons, Paddle, from Auckland 7th February. Passengers-For Sydney: The Rev. Archdeacon Lloyd, Mrs. M'Donald, Messrs. C. Mews, J. Kinnersley, J. Moses, J. D. Fitzgerald, J. Foster, and 20 in the steer...

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The Volunteers, [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 February 1870

The Volunteers, CHDROH PARADE OP VOLUNTEERS.-A Church Paradi was held on Sunday afternoon in the Inner Domain The mon to tho number of 800 or 900 fell in at tin Votunteer Barracks, and marched to tho appointej placo, accompanied by tho whole of the staff officer and several thousand citizens. Upon arrival at th gates, a terrific rush was made by the crowd, who di< not understand tho privacy of tho proceedings, am some two or three hundred got in. Those, however behavod themselves after gaining admission. So mud cannot bo said of some members of tho Sydnoy Bat talion, who, soon after the service commenced, laic down upon the ground, talking and laughing, and act ing in a very unseemly manner. The non-commissionec ofacors certainly could not havo been doing their duty, or they would havo seen that tho mon stood property at ease, and observed a becoming decorum. It was « pity that Divine Service was not performed in th« . 1 Cathedral or somo other plaoe of worship of suitabl...

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Sheep and Cattle (REPORT FROM CHIEF INSPECTOR, FOR THE YEAR 1869.) THE CHIEF INSPECTOR OF STOCK TO THE HONORABLE THE MINISTER FOR LANDS. Sydney, 1st January, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 February 1870

Sheep and Cattle ( /REPORT FROM CHIEF INSPECTOR, FOE THE [N YEAR 1869.) j THE CHIEF INSPECTOR OP STOCK TO THE HONORABLE THE MINISTER FOR LANDS. 1 Sydney, 1st January, 1870. j I HAVE the honor to submit for your consideration my Eeport on the number and state of tho sheep and j cattle throughout the colony, and on other subjects ' connected with stock, for the year ending 31st De- j cember, 1869. , In tho early part of the year most of the runs were I suffering from tho late protracted drought, and many | of them in tho dry portion of tho colony were deserted j from tho want of grass and water. On others again - ' ' which, in their natural state, were also dry runs large sums had been expended in water-saving and fencing, which enabled thou* owners to keep their stock on their own runs. They thus not only escaped the heavy losses which those owners suffered who were obliged to travel their stock through tho want of those improvements, but they saved the stockowners through whoso runs...

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WEDNESDAY. QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Australian Town and Country Journal — 19 February 1870

"WEDNESDAY. j QUESTIONS. j Mr. ONSLOW naked thc Secretary for Lands-Has tko attention of tho Government been called to tho fact that tho stripping of bark by persons not holding timber lioonsos is becoming prevalent ? -Mr. FORSTER said, in ono particular distict in the County of Cumberland, such a practico had been found to bo carried on. There was no reason to bolieve that tho practice was increasing in other districts. The polico had now special instructions to deal with breaches of the law of this kind. Mi\ LEE asked the Secretavy for Publio Works-1. Wkother tho Government are aware that very sorious injury has been done to tho woodon piles of Dunnvoro Bridge from tho action of cobra thoreon ? 2. Has an examination boon made, under tho water, of tho whole of theso piles, and a report furnished to the Govern- ment? 3. Should these extensive injuries be proved to exist, is it tho intention of tho Government to tak stops for preventing tho total destruction of thi structure ? Mr- SU...

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