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

OUR WHEELER & WILSON'S LOCKSTITCH FROM £7 5s HAND SEWING MACHINES IN GREAT VARIETY FROM £3. Every description of Sewing Machines on easy terms .of payment. Circulars, post free. TURNER & WOOD, Sewing Machine Importers, 349 George-street, Sydney. N. 3. -Agents wanted. "Ä HOLLAND. J\.» PRACTICAL BILL POSTER. Bills faithfully posted by Night or Day. AU orders ?directed to A. HOLLAND, 151 Clarence Street North, punctually attended to. , , THE AUSTRALIAN OINTMENT "Patented," ... ". /.Lr . of a pure green colour, . MADE FROM THE WILD 'PLANTS OF THE COLONY, AND GUARANTEED, FREE ,PROM ALL POISONOUS QUALITIES, STANDS UNRIVALLED. . For all kinds of external sores-such as old wounds, chafings, sunburns, cracked lips and hands, sore heads, broken chilblains, soft corns, excoriations, &c;, it is invaluable. SORE EYES are cured instantaneously. In all cases the immediate relief from pain is really miraculous. STIFFNESS OF JOINTS is got lid of by one ap- plication. BUNIONS ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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ON SMUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 5 July 1873

.ON SMUTS. WE think ?we cannot do. better than to lay before our farming friends this excellent account and descriptiori-of, smuts, and permit: them to draw their own inferences from the infor- mation, and apply their acquired knowledge to their individual advantage. One of the fungal diseases of corn, long and widely known, has obtained among agriculturists different appellations in different localities. In some it is the "smut," in others it is respectively "dust-brand," "burnt-ear," "blackball," aud "chimney-sweep," all referring, more or less, to the blackish, soot-like dust with which the infected and abortive ears are covered. This fungus does not generally excite so much concern amongst farmers as Other affections to which their corn crops are liable. Perhaps it is not really so extensively injurious, although it entirely destroys every ear of corn upon which it establishes itself. Wheat, barley, oats, rye, and many grasses are subject to its attacks, and farmers,have been he...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FARMING AND HALF FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 5 July 1873

FARMING AND HALF FARMING. \ WE have known people ambitious to make money, who would spare no labours to in- crease their income, and, when they had se- cured it, would spend it to no purpose waste it ; get rid of it they scarcely knew ' how - and have nothing to show for it. They were good to make money, but could not keep or use it well. The only good they could get of their mouey was the doubtful, good of having it pass through their hands. " There are many people of this stamp ; they can get business and do it ; can earn great wages ; drive'ánd push through any amount of toil-making long and close calculations, talk largely and well enough about business, but cannot increase their own capital.1 Their purse will not hold money - it leaks ; it seems like the fabled pit, without a bottom ; or, like the miller's dam, which, whether it rained much or little, would hold no water ; j or, most likely, they have no purse. Their money burns their pockets and hands ; they have it spent befo...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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HOW TO ASCERTAIN THE AGE OF AN ANIMAL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 5 July 1873

HOW TO ASCERTAIN THE AGE OP AN ANIMAL. J¿;NBXT to a book .register, the only sure indication pf a beast's age is that shown by his teeth. r{'^,The .ox has, in mature age, thirty-twoteeth-eight incisors in the. lower jaw, and three \rmolair or grinders in each jaw, above and below, and on'either'side. The number, -appearance, form, size, and conditioü of these indicate the animal's age. We shall borrow ;? largely in this article from Youatt's admirable work, published under the superintendence '.of . the Society of : Useful Knowledge-a standard work of superior excellence, and to 'which most of the more modern authors have been greatly indebted. The present great ? value ¡of " stud cattle, and the extraordinary prices they bring, as also the rise in store stock . generally, make the power of correctly determining the true age of an animal armatter of .i-'/Jbtíe first importance. For instance, how many disputes have arisen in taking over herds of .^/.¿attle, when they have been sold w...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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Accidents and Emergencies. ACCIDENTS BY POISON. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 5 July 1873

ACCIDENTS BY POISON. TOISONS AND THEIR ANTIDOTES.-Continued. CLASS V.-SEPTIC OR PUTRESCENT POISONS. -This class of poisons comprehends those substances which, on being taken into the stomach, or introduced by any means into the system, produce general debility, faintings, and a breaking down or putrescent state of the animal fluids and solids, without much effect on the intellectual faculties. They are almost all of an animal nature. Venom of Serpents, such as the viper, the rattlesnake, and the cobra de capello.-The symptoms resulting from the bite of all venomous Bnakes are nearly all the same pain in. the bitten part, extending towards the heart ; stupor, cold sweats, pallor and lividity of countenance, and gangrene of the bitten part, are indications of such venomous bites. Put a ligature upon the limb which, has been bitten, between the wound and the trunk of the body, and apply a wineglass, exhausted by burning a little spirit within it, as a cupping-glass over the bitten part...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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STEAM PLOUGHING. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 5 July 1873

STEAM PLOUGHING. WE have ever advocated the great desira- bility of the immediate introduction of steam power in all our agricultural pursuits in New South Wales ; and every mail that arrives from! our old home, tells of its increasing use there, and the higher estimation it is daily held in; by most of the largest agriculturists of England. We extract, from that valuable publication, The Gardener's Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette, that the LONDON FAR- MER'S CLUB were engaged at a meeting in the early part of last April, in a discussion of THE PRESENT ASPECT OF STEAM CULTIVA- TION. Nearly all present spoke in its favour. , Captain DASHWOOD farmed more. than 1000 ! acres, and he did not know what he should do now without steam as an auxiliary power. Mri CAREY had only had experience with the hiring system, and his work lay principally on strong, heavy land. He began in 1866 with one set of tackle, and now he had ten sets." Mr. WATTS farmed 1300 acres, princi . pally arable, and he...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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Shifts and Contribances AVAILABLE IN WILD COUNTRIES. BIVOUAC. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 5 July 1873

"g>\)iîté anti Contribanrrô AVAILABLE IN WILD COUNTRIES. By FEAXCIS GALTON, F.B.G.S. BIVOUAC. THE most bulky, and often, the heaviest, parts of a traveller's equipment are his ' clothes, sleeping-mat, and blankets : neither is it at all desirable that these should be stinted in quantity ; for the hardship that most tries a man's constitution, and that lays the seeds of rheumatism, dysentery, and fever, is that of enduring the bitter cold of a stormy night, which may happen to follow a trying day of extreme heat and exhaustion, or of drenching wet. After many mouths' travel and camping, the constitution becomes far less susceptible of injury from cold and damp, but in no case is it ever steeled to their influence. Indeed, the oldest travellers will ever be found to be those who go the most systematically and carefully to work in making their sleeping-places dry and warm. Unless a traveller makes himself at home and comfortable in the bush, he will never be quite contented with his...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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THE LATE SIR TERENCE AUBREY MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 5 July 1873

THE LATE SIR TERENCE AUBREY MURRAY. THIS deceased gentleman long occupied a prominent position in colonial politics; and   did much towards forwarding the social welfare of the people with whom he had cast in his lot. He was born in 1810, and was chiefly educated in Dublin. His father was Captain Terence Murray-at one time of the Cold- stream Guards and afterwards of the 48th Regiment of Foot. In 1827, father and son arrived in this colony, and, having received grants of land, settled at Lake George, county of Argyle. In 1831, Mr. T. A. Mur- ray was placed on the commission of the peace, and at the first establishment of representative legislature was returned for the counties of Murray, King, and Georgiana   -then united in one electoral district-   without opposition. In 1848 he was re- elected for the same constituency, and in 1851 he was once more returned to a seat in the old Legislative Council. Mr, Murray was continuously elected to act ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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VIEW OF THE NORTH SHORE, ROCKHAMPTON, TAKEN FROM THE CORNER OF QUAY AND DENHAM STREETS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 5 July 1873

VIEW OF THE NORTH SHORE, ROCK- HAMPTON, TAKEN FROM THE COR- NER OF QUAY AND DENHAM STREETS. THIS is one of a series of twelve photographs taken by Mr. McClelland, and published by Mr. Hopkins of East-street, Rockhampton. The view of course does not give any idea of the township of Rockhampton, which is one of the largest in Queensland, and had the inhabitants their wish, would eventually become the capital of that colony. At the back of the picture is the Bersaker Bange, at the other side of which is* situated the once celebrated " Cawarral diggings," and also the cattle stations of Mr. Ross " Cawarral." The buildings seen on the left hand on the Rockhampton side are the A. J. S. bank and Peld's store. The township of Rockhampton, situated on the Fitzroy river some forty miles from the sea, is built on a dead flat, and in wet weather is anything but a pleasant place. Rockhampton is a town and district of much notej not only having an extensive back country, agricul- tural and pastor...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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TORRES STRAITS MAIL ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 5 July 1873

TORRES STRAITS MAIL ROUTE. WE give, in this issue, a map of that portion of the Indian Ocean traversed by the mail steamers from Torres Straits to Batavia and Singapore. The white line indicates thé route of the steamers, and their various ports of ¿all : it also shows where the line branches from Batavia to Gaile, should not the Singa- pore route be retained. This mail service has been accepted by the Queensland Go- vernment at an expenditure of £20,1)00, and New South Wales is to participate in the i advantages by paying according to the amount ! of correspondence forwarded by this colony. ? We append a table of the different distances I to Gaile by various routes, from a paper by Lieutent. Gowlland}, R.N., the Admiralty Surveyor :-West- ern Monte - Sydney to Melbourne, 576 miles ; Melbourne to Glenelg, 480 ; Glen elg to King George's Sound, 1010 ; Kino - George's Sound. Perth, 350 ; Perte to Gaile, 3100 : total» 5516 miles. Eastern Route, via Batavia-^ Sydney to Torres Straits, c...

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ODD BITS ABOUT SYDNEY—ORNA. MENTAL ENTRANCES TO HYDE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 5 July 1873

ODD BITS ABOUT SYDNEY-ORNA . MENTAL ENTRANCES TO HYDE PARK. AMONG the many features which lend an air of picturesque beauty to the city of Sydney^ Hyde Park holds a pre-eminent place. Ori- ginally it formed the racing-ground of thé old colonists, as its ancient name, the "Race-- course, " now fallen into disuse, implies. For many years it formed the play-ground of the city juveniles, ample in its dimensions, but far from picturesque in appearance. After falling into the hands of the Improvement Committee, it began to manifest that change which is seen in some shock-headed rustic who has been manipulated by a fashionable barber. A magnificent avenue of shade trees has been planted, and has prospered beyond anticipation. Plantations extend entirely round the Park, and occasional ornamental shrubberies and well-kept walks break thé monotony of the grassy sward. The Coin mittee are now still further beautifying the Park by having handsomely- car ved ornamental en- trances constructed^ T...

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

OR FARMER'S FRIEND. Piice 3s. 6d. TRADE MARK REGISTERED. THE Proprietors of " ROW'S EMBROCATION, OR FARMERS' FRIEND," find it necessary, for the protection, of their own interests, as well as of the public generally, to register the label of their justly celebrated preparation, in order - to prevent a continuance of the sale^ of these nostrums bearing the; same name, which Jiave, from time to time, been foisted on' the public. . # 1 The entire labels now being registered, any one attempting to imitate the same in any way, will be prosecuted with the utmost rigour of the law. ' ' EDWARD ROW AND COMPANY. «yr Be particular to ask tor " Row's .Embrocation, or Farmer's Friend." AERIYAL OIF USTTUW FOR THE PRESENT SEASON. GOODS W. SMITH RESPECTFULLY invites his FRIENDS and the PUBLIC GENERALLY to his in S creased STOCK OF WINTER GOODS FOR GENTLEMEN'S WEAR, hy the ROYAL MAIL SHIP JUST ARRIVED, and hy RECENTSHIPMENTS! JUST LANDED. - GENTLEMEN'S superior White Shirts, 'with FRENCH WRISTS, to ...

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GEORGICS. BOOK II.—continued. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 5 July 1873

GEORGICS. " ¿ BOOK ii.-continued. '; Then birds forsake tlie ruins of their seat, *' And,' 'flying from their nesis, their willow young forget. "Tho'coarse lean gravel on the mountain-sides, iiScarce dewy bev'rage for the. bees provides ; . Nor chalk, nor crumbling stones, the food of snakes, ' Thai work in hollow earth their whiling tracks. The soil, exhaling clouds of subtile dews, .:' Imbibing moisture, which with ease she spews, , Which rusts not iron, and whose mould is clean, Well cloth'd with cheerful grass, and ever green, ; Is good for olives, and aspiring vines, .'Embracing husband elms in am'rous twines : ? Is fit for feeding cattle, tit to sow, . And equal to the pasture ¡aid the plough. [ Such is the soil of fat Campauiau fields ; .' Such large increase the land tint joins Vesuvius yields; And such a country could Acarra; lioast, '? ¿'Till Clanius ovérflow'd th' unhappy coast. ' ¿ , 1 teach thee next the diiFring soils to know, . The light lor vines, the heavier for the...

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The New South Males Agriculturist and Grazier. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 5 July 1873

Mtvc Smith ÍÉtfp iöricuIttTOt ¡md êmzkr. *. WASTE NOT." "TRUTH WITHOUT FEAR OR FAVOUR.»» "WANT NOT." DAYS OF WERK <fel MONTH. SUN: MOON. 7TH MONTH.] ALMANAC FOR JULY, 1873. [31 DAYS. Moan Temperature.51.7 . "0"Q Í Rain FaU.. .4.387 Average {Rainy Days..ll.5 Sun. Mon. Tu., Wed. Th. : Fri. Sat. li. m h. m h.in. I [op. 18G7 3 7. 6 5. l;S10.47p.m Post Office at Melb. 2|7. 6 5. l| 11.42 ,Vic. Emm. took poss. 3)7.0 5.2 - ¡I) of Rome, 1871 4!7. 0 5. 2 0.3!)a.m American indepen 5,7. 615. 3 1 S!5 ' dence dec, 1776 Day's length, Oh. 57m. h. m 7. C 7. 5 7. 9¡7. 107. 117. 12 7. h. m. 2.36 3.40 4.4S 5.57 ! Tdied, 1816¡ ¡Richard P>. Sheridan ¡E. Burke died, 1797 ¡Gold disc, in Clunes, IO Victoria, ISSI] R.6. Sp.m Dep. of Governor 7.20 < Gipps, 1846 Day's Length, lOh. 4m. h.m 7. 3 13| 14 15 16¡7 177. 18 7. 197. h. m 5. 7 5. 7 5. 8 5. 9 5. 9 5.10 5.11 h. m. 8.32 9.42 10.48 11.54 1. 0a.m 2. 6 [Crimea, 1S5.6 Allies evacuated the W. Coast, Australia, discovered, 1619 Massacre ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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DEPARTURE OF THE STEAMSHIP GOTHENBURG FOR PORT DARWIN. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 5 July 1873

THE ANGLO-AUSTRALIAN MAIL ROUTE, VIA TORRES STRAITS. DEPARTURE OP THE STEAMSHIP GOTHENBURG FOR PORT DARWIN. THE excitement occasioned in Adelaide by the departure from that port, on the 10th of May, of the steamer Gothenburg for Port Darwin forms the subject of the illustration ' given by our artist. The .Gothenburg was chartered by four of the gold-mining com- panies whicli have been formed in Adelaide to work the auriferous discoveries at Yam Creek and its vicinity. As soon as it was known that she was positively on the berth, there were applications for accommodation considerably beyond the ability of the vessel to afford, and she has left the port crowded with, passengers. The passengers comprise gentlemen who have been appointed in con- nection with the companies just referred to, or are gold projectors in connection with pri- vate enterprises which have been entered' into by Adelaide capitalists. The two o'clock train from Adelaide to the Port was much I crowded, and it was co...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News And New South Wales Agriculturalist And Grazier
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Family Medical Guide. DISEASES OF THE THROAT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 5 July 1873

jfamtl!) Jletrtcal (SuOre* DISEASES OF THE THROAT. ? [ "!F0R Nasal Catarrh, Inflammation of the Pha- rynx, Clergyman's Sore Throat, Inflammation -?'of the -Windpipe, Inflammation of the Tonsils, Elongation of the Uvula, and all severe throat ! diseases, something more than simple medi -cation is generally necessary. Tonsil instru- ments, and Dr. Warren's shower syringes for the throat, will te required, together with a surgical knowledge sufficient for their use; .and the services of a competent physician will be required. INÍLUENZA, which, in its lighter form, is ? simply a cold, may become a very derious and troublesome complaint. It begins gene- rally with a tingling and sense of fullness in .'. the mucous membrane of. the nose, making ' breathing through the nose difficult, and producing sneezing. The eyes become red .and watery, the throat is sore, and there is à dry cough, hoarseness, thirst, lassitude, -and chilliness. The mucous membrane of the nose, throat, and breathing-tu...

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Curiosities of Animal and Vegetable Life. QUALIFICATIONS FOR A NATURAL HISTORIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News and New South Wales Agriculturalist and Grazier — 5 July 1873

Curiosities; of Animal ann Wettable £tft* QUALIFICATIONS FOR A NATURAL HISTORIAN. LET no one think that Natural History is a pursuit titted only for effeminate or pedantic men. We should say, rather, that the quali- fications required for a perfect naturalist are as many and as lofty as were required by old chivalrous writers for the perfect knight er- rant of the middle ages; for, to sketch an ideal-of which, we are happy to say, our >race now affords many a fair realization our perfect naturalist should be strong in body, able to haul a dredge, climb a rock,' turn a boulder, walk all day, uncertain where lie shall eat or rest ; ready to face sun and rain, wind and frost, and to eat or drink .thankfully anything, however coarse or meagre ; he should know how to swim for his life, to pull an oar, sail a boat, and ride the first horse which comes io hand ; and, finally, he should be a thoroughly good shot, and a skilful fisherman; and, if "he go far abroad, be able, on occasion, t...

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

DR.ROBERTS'S CELEBRATED OINTMENT, CALLED THE POOR MAN'S FRIEND, Is confidently recommended to the Public as an unfall ing remedy for wounds of every description ; a certain-, cure for Ulcerated Sore Legs, even of twenty years? standing; Cuts, Bums, Scalds, Bruises, Chilblains, Scorbutio Eruptions, and Pimples on the Face, Sore , and Inflamed Eyes, Sore Heads, Sore Breasts, Piles, Fistula, and Cancerous Humours, and is a Speoific for those afflicting Emptions that sometimes follow Vacci- nation. Sold in Pots at ls. l*d. and 2s. 9d. each._ DR .ROBERTS'S PILTJL2E ANTISCROPHUUE, OR ALTERATIVE PILLS, confirmed by sixty years' experience to be one of the best medicines ever com- pounded for'purifying the blood, and assisting. Natura - in her operations. Hence they are useful in Scrofula, Scorbutic Complaints, Glandular Swellings, particu- larly those of the Neck, «fee. They form a mild and. superior Family Aperient, which may be taken «at all. times without confinement or change of diet. ...

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