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A SPORTING ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

A 8P0BTTNG ANNIVERSARY. ■The first of October, the anniversary of the premier and moat successful of the Australian Intercolonial Champion Banes, ia of all dan in the year the most appro priate for the first appearance of The An tralatiae't sporting page, which it is -trusted will prove to be not only a true And impartial chronicler of things pass ing and past, but will, to the man who ima^tar^poat national out-door amuse meats In nllaspecta and under al^mn ciitipur »f epolwng politics and difficons, trove* jfsithfhl "guide, philosopher, and -friend." If to hare experienced is to ^laekcfJtiKtwledge will be found '■whose pleasant taslc Jhe pnbuein this im tbf thegreat journal, ts&M i< destined to be u tmost assuredly there will ntuant to either writers or "nedpagee. Generalities ■sake « ooBdensstioa of promises, usual In opening addresses of new undertakings of the press, for it would be impossible to convey with in acceptable limits to the minds of readers a compl...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE TURF EXCHANGE. LATEST STATE OF THE ODDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

THE TCEF EXCHANGE. LATEST STATE OF THE ODD6. Business has been remarkably quiet of late, both at the morning rendezvous at Kirk's Bazaar, and at the Sub scription room in the evening at the Albion. The most recent movement in the market has been the advance of Musidora, who was made first I favourite for the Melbourne Cup at 8 to 1, the consequence of only a very mode rate outlay. Nothing less than 10 to 1 is accepted about Freestone, but 9 to 1 re mains the highest offer against this colt. Several others—Rose of Denmark, Roe buck, and Banker—are also priced at 10 to 1, as being the best price obtainable; but of course, customers are not" plenty as blackberries," or the level of their rival pretensions would soon be disturbed. The same remarks apply to others whose price cannot be quoted at more than 12 to 1, as Falcon, Playboy, Ebor, Flying ' ™ r-de-lis. It " Buck, and Fleur-de-lis. It will not be supposed each of these finds backers at this figure, but longer odds are not to be ha...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RACES TO COME. OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

BACES TO COME. 1—Melbourne Hunt Club Steeplechases. 1—Hamilton Hunt Club Steeplechases. 6, 7—Avoca Races. 12—Kilmore Steeplechases. Kovembeb. 5, 4, £—Melbourne Spring faces. 16,16—Osatlemaine Races. 23, 24, 25—Waggs TVagga Races. SO, December 1, 2—Ballarat Races. Deceiebeb. 8, 9—Eraythesdale, Browns, and Camgham Races. 21, 22—Hamilton Races. Jamtabt. 4, 6—Bcanxholme Races. 6, 6—Portland Races 24, 25—Waugaratta Races. Febhuabt. 9,10—Chiltcrn Races.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DATES OF ENTRIES, &c, FOR COMING EVENTS. OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

BATES OF ENTRIES, Ac, FOR COMING EVENTS. 1 (Saturday). Nominations for WaggaWagga Trial Stakes and Town Plate. 1 (Saturday). Nominations tor Great Centre Handicap and Prince of Wales Stakes. 1 (Saturday). Nominations for Sniythesdale Handicap. 1 (Saturday). Nominations for Canterbury Champion Bace. S (Monday ). Nominations for Victoria Plate. 5 (Monday). Nominstions of Sires for Wan gar&tia Sires' Stokes of 18G8. 4 (Tuesday). Seoond payments for Hamilton St. leger, Hopeful Stakes, Open Handi - cap, and T. C. Handicap. 6 (Wednesday). Entries for Kilmore Stee plechases. 6 (Wednesday). Entries for Avoca Baces. 22 (Saturday). Second payments for Great Centre Handicap. 25 (Tuesday). Entries for Melbourne Spring Meeting. November. 1 (Tuesday). Seoond payments for Smythee dale Handicap.. 8 (Tuesday). Nominations forBaOamtHandi oap. ">• 8 (Tuesday). Acceptances for Wagga Wagga Town Plate. 14 (Monday). EntriestorOostlamsineBooes. December. 12 (Monday). Nominations for WongsrsUa Ha...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The form and Garden. CALENDAR FOR OCTOBER. KITCHEN [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

€\)t fl«it tobttt, CALENDAR FOB OCTOBER. ravmMuun. October badneatlyarylvtd before coring «n upon us—exubeiant, mlld.gental spring —Iho most boautlful Besson ofthe year. The kitchen-garden fpieseuts this spring an un usually backward appearand*. The fate of sowing* of melons andaucnmberahaa been— either that the aeede have rotted In the ground, or, If the young plsntsappeared, they have bad to straggle tbroogb cold and stormy weather, and have become weak and sickly, later sowing* will very likely over take tboee put In earlier. Those who prefer onlone for pickling have atfll tlmetoeowa bed or two. Choose poor eolL, and let them rieethleklun the ground. By thla method you may get emeQ-atced onions. suitable for pickling,—the sllveneklnned are generally preferred. The Chinese yam (Dloeoorea ba tatas) may be planted In the open ground. Tbla vegetable Is found ntfficte&tly hardy for this climate; It la very prollfio, and the flavour delicious. Many things which It wa* Impossibl...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

MISCELLANEOUS. Tax Bocquft nr Wot-in interesting to wine-drinhere ha* bean 1% made by U. Berihum, & etUnU aw t&rt feasor. It was bo who fli#dieoOTm«a j tbere u a particular oxydaMe principle bfcv deaux and Bn^rad; «jui to which be dt»- i butoa llirir flarour. In punning hit stodiuib ' iras induced to Mamma the inHiinw *Wi ' «qp»«aiua» onr wine. The rank ei Hum him tint this action is moat unUros able, and that it entirely deslroyi the bum which ia replaced by a moat fUsagnuN darour. 1L Bert hoist bond it MBtnd * 1 pass a current of oxygen into the choice dtr of St. Jean and Thonn to produce this nt| end demonstrate experimentally that a r«J ■nail quantity is aui&etont to destroy ft* banquet of a quart of Tborin, and that tk» absorption of oijeeo by wine, aeeeiemtoi M the deration of the temperature, ia rtulmi almost immediate by the addition of an atria The observations or this distinguished ob arid prore how aeetaaary it it to praperse wise ia' a perfect sta...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHOOTING. A NEW BIRD. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

SHOOTING. A NEW BIED, Sir,—I read your article in the eluding number of the Yeoman with fed." ings of admiration and regret. Afliafrt. lion at the ability with which yon marized generally, though preoisd j, ^ ' the progress of your new journal, aaat^ hopes which you held out to the Aortt. man and the naturalist with reference to that section of your paper which will he devoted to their use, and which' W promise to expand; and also with fselis, ' of regret,'us I.nave stated, at pWtingiootj.. pauy with the Iceman, a tried and in tercsting companion. In the artiste a|. luded to a hope is expressed that bona. spomUnU will send you some notes oa tup fauna or flora of the country; and *3] you therefore let me intrude by sending you a notice of a rail new to mc, afid (to of which I shot on Saturday, -*lfheughl have bad considerable practice among ths fame birds and waterfowl of this chunky, never met with this specimen be fort, and it mat es the filth species of rafiwh&i 1 have see...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INVER[?] SHEEP AND WOOL FAIR. (FROM THE [?] COURIES WOOL MARKET CIRCULAR, JULY 16.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

inrre&SBBBKpeBfc. OiJUMrr wd and wMhed, 2 * '"'lOonnn^j SwiweeaMbgted to^2 1 to tho grett ton^lSE TJSaSKSg i.eoOMai»pU<^or»ooS, tndingt our ttiS no^r* ■nd^moro intofla^.ym[*^ Mjitttnnoo Oitt tKo^fhrnip ^ ncvor prortised better tiol«o*ATOni»y!jj[^ ; Altogether, our fmrmeri return borne jju?; gratified with their lut two d*ri' bwtna#^: end tlicir i>roeperity cannot tell to bebo^ fioullv felt bj all the working oliuee denier* in tho Koith.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EXTRAORDINARY TENACITY OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

EXTRAORDINARY TENACITY OF LIFE. Tbe following letter ippan in the Q'Pf* I Lend OtarUa* of Ftfdajr, the SSti r. t:— Sir,—Fcrhape too me; eoneider tbe partial Wn of the following worthy of ineertioo. . I On tiie night of the 4th Aogurt hut, * milk- j ing cow of nine, with a hope about ten rardj { loog attached to her borne, enddenlj diaap- i peared from her jrotmg eel/, end no* returning j within a day or tmo, it became quite evident thel ebe mnrt hate got tied up by the rope In a certain teataee acrub vrbiwe ebe oalred. j Search en inetitotedj amd, after aotne abort i time, I offered .gt reward for bar reoorerj. 8ulBoe it to my that a diligent anarch for the oo* natben made tw manjperaona. Inaboot fourteen daya after that of the coa*e Crit dia- ' appmrape* the aaarch erne abandooed—people betieriuj that, if then found, aha would be dea£^n Ifohdaylaat,thelOtfa iaat,Iaaw the oowe arith whan tbe miaeiqj one uaualljr ran ipcidng rather remarkabij into one par. tionUrpartoT tbe ecrub—tbee...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VERSE [?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

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Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW TO SELECT MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

HOW TO SELECT MEAT. (from the 90btn daman agbictlturim.) The flesh or on ox slaughtered when in a proper state, and recently killed, firmly ad heme to Ibo bones, is of a deep rod oolour, varying somewhat, according to the breed and length of time it lias been exposed. The outride of the cut will be of a dark mahogany colour if the meat has been exposed for two or more days, the colour varying with the state of the atmosphere. Wlien the mentis newly cut, it is of a bright rod colour. The flesh of certain parts of the carcass presents the mottled appearance. The " fell" or sub cutaneous mpsclee to which the true skin ad heres is of a light orange tint. The fat is firm and of a waxy appearance, in oolour re sembling superior butter obtained from the milk of cows fed upon succulent grass. The flesh of cattle which hare been diseased at the period they were alaughtered readily separates mom the bone, and is soil and flabby to ibo touch. When part of the lungs has troen ad hering to the r...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?]TY. [?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

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Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FASHIONS IN HORSE [?] (FROM THE LONDON REVIEW) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

FASHIONS IN HOBSE FI>1 (FBOkC THE 10HXUT EETrEVflj Tlie lasteet fashion of the day it woy mania. Ifo lady of ton it noir eompttl hoot ber park phaeton and her couple iigb •topping ponies- The country baa nut eacaed lor perfect animals si this cla the London market. High action is diie tight after and perfection of match. Flat tirof pari poniee, 800gs. is a prioe readily inad. Wlion" .Anonyms " fint atartad tavhfon neeCin the dealen little eathnated their value iced, the ChaaoeUor of the Exchequer bar rith draim their exemption from, the 1 tax, tbeir diminutire site, instead of < icing their tralne, ralher detracted from it the breed would posjibty bare died o Ubis new whim,towerer, was a perfect gc 1 to them. The reader will not be a 1 sato -nidicd to bear that onr leadbig fri xtdca lure started a Ladies' PaoyC|Hb,ar A as the fonr in4unds jingle dope in jpiw n to the Star and Garter,*) tbalady art with their high-alep ping ssoh mounted on their wnip^ frijuy jam l ^nd w...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Theatres. THE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

. j €l)ratrc0: THE R0Y4U At the Theatre lloysl on Haturday " JollM Or..si" oonirosuoed its third week, • bsd elicited applause (or It* magnificent mounting and (bo ixceUoat way in which it has Men played.. In tbeft dm of "sensation dramta" ni>d other productions of similar quality which Schievo • fettporaqr popularity," i* refreshing to believe thkt the public taStl b yit btoUhy. Th« after-piece of "Stage Struck," supported fcr the cotacdy tslent of the twit) pony, ni pi sped on 8iturdeyh»en iug, and the programme now befcre the pub lic will probably ran through the week. Tto * Maty Wives of Windsor" wospro daced at tie Theatre Boyol on Tuesday even ing, with nearly the same excellent oast with which it Was pat on the stage • few weeks ago. It 1* not often that the character* of s piece can be so admirably distributed as those of this lively comedy are at the Theatre Boyel, where the leading parts are in the bands of actors who have become identified with them In th? minds of loc...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FISHERIES OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

THE FISHERIES OF VICTORIA. The subjoined paper, ou the fisheries of Victoria, contains the substance of the valua ble remarks by O. S. hang, Esq., at the last meeting, on the 22nJ ult., of the Acclimatiea tion Society, at Kew, aa reriaed and extended by the author, for insertion in The Australa sian. It is fortunate that a subject at pre sent exciting so much notice lias met with a gentleman so well qualified to deal with it:— The object of my present paper is to show bow, and how far, our fisheries may be elevated into one of the great industries of the colony. I shall commence simply by a few remarks on the present fish supply of Melbourne. Bar VisittNG. From the information already collected as to a ren' limited portion of the coasts and seas within easy reach of Melbourne, it is estab lished that tbe supply of fish is practically un limited. In Fort Philip Bay there is an area of over TOO square miles, with coast line of about 130 miles, well supplied with fisb ; and in Western ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE HAYMARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

THE HAYMABKBT. An attractiveprogrammo attheHajmarket Theatre on Saturday evening drew a great audience^ and that deepits the rain. Some portions of the house were inconveniently crowded. " Sweethearts and Wives" was the tint pieoeoe the list and the burlesque of " Ksniiwigth* the second. After the bald IsOg&Ddttd forced mnmtional action of the dramas of thepcelaoet day, it is refreshing to rerert to a play in which the interest is maintained by a plot legitimate and ingenious, and by dialogue Melt and pointed—condi tions which Kenny's f»vou ri te oomedy fairly folfils. The Baymarket dramatic corpi permits of an excellent cast Theuvely laogh lng Laura is played with ooqneltlih gaiety and unflagging aplrit by Lady Dm—played so we!! that are ate forced to wondOT that even ab a nce and another foiraboald have induced her cousin-lover to prove uufaithful. la im personating the cousin, a gentleman betrothed to his father's ward, and with a concealed marriage on bti bands, Mr. Irel...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GIPPS LAND AND ITS ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

CUPPS LAND AN&TT8 ANIMALS. br w. locehmj Mobton. ng devoted tSonallr to Uw various life to be met with in C l^.thft AdJpwing note* * pe that the/ will,! pigeon, which is found both within the | tropics and in the highest latitudes to the south. All the varieties of this family are to be met with each in a particular region. It has often been supposed that the singular fact of certain birds and beasts being found only within limited areas is due to the influence of climate. Whilst it may be admitted tbat this is to a certain extent correct, I think it is generally re fgrable*rb the existence of suitable food fKUiin given areas. So far as careful oraj^ation can guide one in arriving at uu opinion on such a question, a plentiful supply of food is the main point attended to by the lower animals; the next seems to lie such physical outline and such cover as agrees with their habits and in stincts ; whilst climate is upon the whole but little regarded. If this opinion be correct, ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE PRIN[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

The Chtietp Tjtinoteli in* Tuitd their <nl«rtiliiaMnta,io their patroci ihMI| M well M BeeMeo tovporite' fibenm given brforo thli omoo, ft pf the "Cans'' hit been added grunme, end also • Nrieeqae of icson family, eoiftU known Ik •One T«ui ago. lfa.LsS$»1i burlesqOO topes* ftct ji the Mnawmeiit of the * evening the programme fs < mock open. At PHMUt ft Bohuniaft girt It Miftg pi

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MORE WOES FOR THE FARMER. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

MOEE WOES FOB THE FABMER. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIAN. Sir,—This morning, from daylight till about eight o'clock, a perfect army of email butterflies, black with white spots, struggled past my windows due north against a strong wind. They must hare been in myriads. When were they coming from f whither were they bound f By this time they are doubtless deposit ing millijMrof eggs upon regetation of —^BCmeTtind. \ As they fiew past I could not but think that if our patriotic acclimatisers do not look-sharp with their little birds to follow up those ravagera upon new forms of vegetation, the days of pros perous farming and: gardening in Vic toria are numbered. Nothing bit the little bird can war Upon the cgtetphlar. And ereiy butter fly, beeU^bl-hwth, ife see, should sing, to t" *#^ mitd, the one uniform mnmoLa^gWrnti birdi the little bird, then YoartttthfuUy, A ftUWtS&%H0^A£T rfiAB LOST ' HIS WOPS. Sept. 86.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Literature [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

ritmtntt. •^od tothel'uOUc. Third edition. | "^t^on (WibliahoA by Harrison, 69 PaU jBi. 1864. "lUc adventures of Mr. Baming in search of b waist, and the measures which he adopted for the curtailment of his own fair propor tions, arc^ecounted in the pamphlet before us with an earnestness and simplicity that are rcry touching. Vhcu Mr. Banting, tells us that he has been induced to writ® this " letter to the public," "simply and entirely from an earnest desire to confer a benefit upon his fellow-creatures," wo have not the slightest difficulty in believing him. But we are very jutteh inclined to thiol' that J,e has partially mistaken the cause of his late unhappy afflic tion. Laughter, wc suspect, lias had more to do with his fatness tbau lard. It is not the mill of the cow, but the milk of human kiud dees, that lie has secreted in too great abund ance. It would have been strange, indeed, if go kind-hearted a man as Mr. Banting had remained thin all his life. His pamphlet literally ov...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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