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THE BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 March 1864

THE BANQUET. At four o'clock in the afternoon, Sir Charles Dar ling was entertained at a public bauqnet given in the long room of the town hall. . The refection, which was creditably served, was prepored by Mr Grant, confectioner, of Pall Mall.. Mr J. M'Intyre, mayor of the borough of Sandhurst, ocoupied the chair, ami among those who sat .near his Excellency : were Mr J. F. Sullivan.'the ? lion. Coiniriissioner of ? Mines:; Messrs Strickland and Casey,' M.L.A.s.;' Mr Degrayos, M.L.C.1; Mr C.: Letheby, mayor-' of '''..'the'.1: borough : of Eaglehawk ; Lieutendntr Colonel Bull ; , Captain Tyler, : A.D.C. ;, -Mr M'Lachlan, P.M. ; the Rev. Father O'Dwy or, Mr J. 'A'.'Panton, Mr A. Powlett, the town clerk ; and most of the borough councillors. The band of the Melbourne Immigrants' ; Home played during the ' earlypart of the repast. ? . - ?? .:? ? .The toasts of '.' The Queen,' ' The Prince, Prin- ? cess of Wales, arid the rest of. -the; Royal Family,' having been duly honored,- and an ?...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PROGRESS OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 March 1864

PBOGRESS OF VICTORIA. A little . later., than the usual time, Mr Archer's statistical annual' has been laid on tho tables of Par-, liament.' The slight delay inthe issue, is amply compensated by the completeness of this volume; of the ' Statistics of the Colony of Victoria,' compiled from official records -in the , Registrar-General's office.' The only drawback on the interest and- use fulness of the publication is that it comes, as usual, a year behind time— the i statistics being for tho year 1862. 'Let us, ': however,1 ' be thankful for what 'we possess, Awhile we extract from those ample tables some facts' illustrative of the wonderful progress, .of the new.landof onradoption. v ';?_/. .; .;; ?. The volume contains a manifold division of statis tical information relative to our progress in the year'1862, ' namely, population, production,- inter change, nna'iicei accumulation, religious, fm'oralj and intellectual . progress, '? litigation and: crime, vital ' statistics and civU e...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ARRIVAL OF THE GOVERNOR AT THE SHAMROCK HOTEL, SANDHURST. ARRIVAL OF THE GOVERNOR AT THE SHAMROCK HOTEL, SANDHURST. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 March 1864

ARRIVAL OF THE GOVERNOR AT THE SHAMROCK HOTEL, SANDHURST.— SEE PAGE 16. ARRIVAL OF THE GOVERNOR AT THE SHAMROCK HOTEL, SANDHURST. On a recent visit paid by Sir Charles Darling, the Governor, to Sandhurst, his Excellency took up his quarters at this hotel, which is capable of affording more than one suite of rooms equal to the require- ments of a vice-regal party. The reception of his Excellency was the occasion of a demonstration of loyalty and respect for the representative of Majesty, which is always so heartily accorded by the people of this colony. Sir Charles Darling was escorted from the railway station by the military forces of the district, represented by a detachment of the Prince of Wales Troop of Light Horse, under Captain Burton, a few mounted troopers, commanded by Police Supt.   Chomley, and a body of the Volunteer Rifle Corps, under direction of Lieut. Joseph, the Mayor and Borough Counoil following. The scene in the en-   graving represents ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COLLINS STREET IN 1839 AND 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 March 1864

COLLINS STEEET IN 1839 AND 1864. Few things could be more striking, by way of contrast, or illustrative of the rapid progress we have made in a quarter of a century, than the two engravings which represent the principal street of the city of Melbourne, as seen respectively, in the years 1839 and 1864. As descriptive of the earlier view, we are indebted to that venerable pioneer of Victoria, the hon. J. P. Fawkner, for the following facts, drawn from his recollection of primitive Collins street : —       "Six venturous Britons crossed from Van     Dieman's Land to Port Phillip to attempt to form a   new colony; this was in 1835. Their names were— Fawkner, Lancey, Evans, Marr, and, the brothers Jackson, William and Samuel. In 1837 Sir R.     Bourke sent Mr Hoddle to survey and mark out a   town, first named Glenelg, then altered to Mel   bourne. The plan wa...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 March 1864

THE TRIALS OF A RATE COLLECTOR.— On Satur- day, Mr H. London, clerk of the Campbell's Creek road board, commenced serving notices upon defaulting ratepayers, threating legal, proceedings unless their rates were paid within eight days. One of the defaulters whom he , served, was a well-known customer named Berryman, who, having made too free with John Barleycorn, got excited,   and after using various threats, wound up by striking the collector across the face. He quickly got a quid pro quo which knocked him down. He got up again, however, and commenced to kick, but was again prostrated. The last blow, how- ever, had damaged the collector more than his antagonist, for Mr London, in his impetuosity, knocked the joint of his little finger out of the socket and fractured the bone.— Oasllemaine Daily News, March 16.  

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 March 1864

RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE. ' -^ ' The coroiiiony of opoiring tlie additional .part of the Holy Trinity 'Church; at Kew,; took place on, the ,5th instant, just twelve months- after the first part , of the building was .opened., ; The .church, though yet unfinished, is a very fine .'building, arid contains abbiuV 400 sittings, nearly* all of which ' are taken up. The style of the church is the Gothic,' with a high pitched roof.' : All the maBOnry is borii-i . plbted, '; except that- of an. elegant . , spire which : it , is intended hereafter to. erect. .The total: cost will ,ba about £5500, of which £4.000 has already,beeri ex pended., A, magnificent stained-glass, window, to cost about £230,' has been ordered for one' end of the building; .The window will contain figures of the four Evangelists', surmounted with a repre sentation of 'our Saviour. .Taken altogether,: the. edifice '-will, when completed, bo decidedly the, finest and lnost conspicuous for. soine distance around. At ; Che '...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANOTHER ENGAGEMENT. TWO SOLDIERS KILLED, SIXTEEN WOUNDED, GREAT LOSS OF REBELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 March 1864

ANOTHER ENGAGEMENT.   TWO SOLDIERS KILLED, SIXTEEN WOUNDED, GREAT LOSS OF REBELS. Te Awamutu, 22nd. February. — The concluding re marks in my last letter from this place, to the effect hat Paterangi and Piko.Pikp had- been deserted, proves ' £b have :been ..based on a truthful1, rumor, /positive/in- formation of; the fact,, being- conveyed to the Geiiernl' -byreceipti'.this afternoon, of a .communication/from': . Colonel ^Waddy. .The/natives appear to have -been .thoroughly' frightened of remaining in, the pas .with d: 'strong force .threatening ; them in front,/ and . the^ General having succeeded, deBpite their determination to. prevent him, -in-, outmanceuvring them, ? and taking possession pf -their base of -operations. It was.true ltangiawahiawas not held long on- Sunday— not ? more than for a couple of hours, and Uttlebboty was/secured; as loot— -rwhen tho troops retired .on Te 'Awamutu, ? where head-quarters . were for. the time pitched, but the rebels on learnin...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROBBERY UNDER ARMS AT YANDOIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 March 1864

ROBBERY UNDER ARMS AT YANDOIT.   At the Yandoit Police Court, on Thursday, the     25th ult., two men named Tinckler and Moran, were charged before E. S. Parker, Esq., J.P., with rob-     bery under arms. It appears that the two men were accompanied by a third man, who had not been arrested. Mr James Stewart, a respectable farmer, was the victim. The ruffians visited his house on the night of the 4th inst. Detective Rourke, of           Castlemaine, conducted the prosecution. The fol- lowing witnesses were called:—James Stewart de-               posed that he was a farmer, residing at Limestone Creek. On the 4th inst., at ten p.m. heard foot-   steps outside his house. On opening the door, three   men confronted him; one said, ''Not a word!...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1864

GENUINE HAVANNAH CIGARS. qVTOW LANDED, A SPLENDID AND CHOICE ASSORTMENT, comprising, Jt-^l : among others,. the following well-known brands: — . ???-.'. ? .,? , .'. ???-,-' Cabanas .' . .'_'' . : ' Sevillano , Bio Hondo ' ?. *'''' ; ' Partajas j '. . r ' ' ' : Cinto ' LaEspanola , Figaro , X '':'?' ; ? LaPatria v. ?'? &c, &o. ' ; Of aU shapes, from the Cazanores Regalia to tho Londres Chico, Opora and Medianno. 3;fclfb r BERGHOFF & TOtTZEL, 13 Collins street west, Melbourne.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1864

Broken Bottle Nuisance. — On Saturday morn ing, Dr. Daniel was called to a woman, the wife of a musician at Deep Creek, who had fallen on a broken bottle the previous evening. She had re ceived a fearful incised jagged wound on the instep, and had nearly bled to death before the wound was dressed. ' The only wonder is that persons are not much more frequently injured by the fragments: of glass that -are scattered broadcast over the gold fields.— Daylesfdrd Express, April 12. -'-. G-oijD siraiNa AnouND Malmsbury and the Old Coliban bids fair, ere long, to become of vast importance to this colony. On the Coliban dig gings there eannot be less than from '400 to 500 persons employed in both alluvial and quartz mining,— the latter, we believe, is yielding good returns, while in McCarthy's 'paddook, Jefferson's reef is looked upon as a certain fortune. . About a mile from thence is Lonergan's paddock, whioh is situated in -the heart of Mr Henry ; Orr's estate. The auriferous character of ...

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THE PROGRESS OF VICTORIA IN 1862. AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1864

THE PROGRESS OF VICTORIA IN 1862. AG11ICULTURE. Pursuing our review of tho official statistics of tha colony of Victoria for the year 1862. vro now come to a most interesting branch, tho importance of which demands an examination a little more do tailed. ' We 'have now to look at the distribution of agricultural enterprise throughout tho whole colony, ns exhibited by the number of holders., of. purchased land and of ' Grown land, - oxclusivo of stations, the aggregate extent of thoir holdings, tho quantity of land enclosed, and the total area in cultivation during the year ending 31st March, 18G3 : — Extent of Land in Occupation. Counties and ? ? — ? districts.. : . Purch'sd O'n land Enclos'd Under land. ' notst'ns. land tillage. Anglesey . . 28,629 . 778 25,591 1,649 Bourlce .. .. 668,677 10,956 535,170 88,325 Dalhousio '?' .. 174,232* 5,110 168,126 47,562 Dundas.. .. 172,943 8,023 83,854 3,032 Evolyn .. .. 67,495 110 69,677 4,638 Follett .. .. 14,084 v. 13,312 ' 110 Grant .. .. 59...

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VITAL STATISTICS OF MELBOURNE AND THE SUBURBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1864

VITAL STATISTICS OF MELBOURNE AND THE SUBUEBS. The Bogi-trar-Generol's report on the vital statistics of Melbourne and the suburbs during the month of February is published in the Gazette of 5th Last. The number of deaths during tho month, tras '310, of which 193 wero of persons under, and 117 of persons over five years of age. 174 were males and 136 females. The mean temperature during the mouth was 62*8 def ., and the mean atmospheric pressure was 29*903 inches. TUe deaths, although they ex ceeded by 31 those of the same month of 1863, were 11 less than the average of the month in that year and the three previous ones. The tomporaturo of the month was 3 deg. lower, and the atmospheric pressure was nearly a tenth of an inch higher than means of these elements extending over tho same period. Malos and females, died ? during the month in tho pro portions of 56 and 44 per cent, respectively. Persons under and over five died in the proportions of 62 and 88 per cont. In February, 1863, ...

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THE PROVIDENT INSTITUTE PROSECUTIONS. PASSING OF SENTENCE ON HANCOCK. AND SAWELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1864

TjaE..PKOVJEDENT INSTITUTJS PROSE- , ___-__.„. —^qutxons. .'.' -. ..' .: ,' .. ?,.''? PASSING OF SENTENCE OH HANCOCK. AND SAWELIi. flip last stage of the Provident Institute prose cutions appear^ to have heen at length arrived at. The. result . fe tho , affirmation of the verdict of the juryVcbhvictirig Messrs'Haricock and Sawell of con-, spiraoy to defraud. The former has been sentenced to nirie months' imprisonment, and the latter to Bix. The rule nisi 'for new trial, obtained on the grounds of iniscbnduot on the part of the jury, and that the verdict was against evidence, Was on 8th inst.- argued before the full!. court in banco. The , judges nnani monsly decided that the. verdict of the jury was cor-., reot, and .that it -would be unwise to disturb their.de cision...,f The rule was, therefore,- discharged, and the defendants, who were on bail, surrendered to receive sentence., ', Mr' Dawson' applied, on behalf of the defendants, for leave ' to appeal to the Privy Council;' bat''...

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JEWISH SYNAGOGUE, BOURKE STREET WEST.—SEE PAGE 14, THE JEWISH SYNAGOGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1864

J EWISH S Y N A G O G U E , BO U R K E 8 T R E E T W E S T.— bee pxgb 14, ,,, ; . 'THE JEWISH ,SXNAGOGUE. , ; .One of the most noticeublo/ architectural features . towards the . western extremity of the; long ?' line '? of Bonrke Btreet, is the Jewish' Synagogue, represented in the engraving. This j building, erected , ten or eleven ' years ago, i' and ?internally , decorated with, great splendor, is theprinoipal place, of worship for the Jewish community of Melbourne, who number about a thousand souls, and inolude some of -the most respectable and influential of our metropolitan , prohibition. ? ??;?'???'_??.???-??;.. ; A Good Simulation.— The way money may be made by mining speculations in this township is i well illustrated by a transaction in the Cornish and. York Company's shares, that has just come to our knowledge. About five months ago, Mr J.' H. Wheeler, of Daylesford, ' bought ' five shares in 'the above company for '£800.;- Yesterday, he resold his interest in the associa...

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DONNELLY'S CREEK, GIPPS LAND (DRAWB BT N. CHEVALIRR, RBQ., FROM AN ORIGINAL SUETON). DONNELLY'S CREEK, GIPPS LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1864

. DONNELLY'S CHEEK, GIPFS LAND (oHuwif by n. chevalier, Esq., from ah onxanui. bejstch).— bbb page 7. DONNELLY'S CREEK. GIPPS LAND. The accompanying illustration has aninterest, not merely as a representation of the Australian pic turesque, bat as exhibiting some of the conditions under which Australian industry is carried on under the stimulus of gold. , Donolly's Creek is one of the many auriferous spots brought to light in the mountainous parts of the (at present) imperfectly explored territory ' of Gipps Land. : The creek has certainly not,: as yet, takenthe' full rank of a- Vic- torian1 gold-ifield ; ' :': but i; 'it ! ' may''' be ;:: said*, ; - on the other ;'hand, as;' of r: many; ; other spots, * old and new, in the golclen: colony, ^that its hidden treasures haye not 'been: sougut, for mtb! that' close' and penetratjng-esearch-: Which mining, 'above 'all other industrial pursuits, 'demands. The sketch, is . characteristic of some phases of our social life, as well: as of th...

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PRINCE'S BRIDGE-" GOING HOME"—MELBOURNE FROM THE ST. HILDA ROAD. PRINCE'S BRIDGE—"GOING HOME"—MELBOURNE. FROM THE ST. KILDA ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1864

PRINCE'S BRIDGE— 'GOING HOME'— MELBOURNE FROM THE ST. KILDA ROAD.— bek pagk 14. '. .;'_'' PRINCE'S BRIDGE— 'GOING HOME'— MEL BOURNE. FROM THE ST. KILDA ROAD. The principal bridge across the Yarra is the one represented : in'*. the view of our artist, loading to the most fashionable and otherwise the most' pleasant suburban retreats of Melbourne — South Yarra, St. Kilda and Brighton. When erected, the Prince's Bridge was considered a great architec tural and . engineering effort for so young a colony. as Victoria iv but , our r rapid growth has long ago diminished atsrscientifio and traffic proportions. .A fine, though certainly not tho most imposing, bird's- , eye view of Melbourne'; is obtained from the elevated position of this bridge. Between the hours of four, arid five o'clook in the afternoon, when Melbourne retires from business 'into the sanctity of private life) one may gather a lively notion of the comfort, if;- not the luxurioife wealth, of our community, by a- half-hour'...

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SUBMISSION OF THE REBEL CHIEFS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1864

SUBMISSION OF THE REBEL CHIEFS. Some very important news .was '/ received: from the Thames yesterday, namely, that all the rebel' natives in that district had agreed to surrender under the. terms proposed by the Government. This very : satisfactory intelligence was brought by Captain Hamilton, of the Esk, who arrived hi harbor yesterday morning, and by Mr Mackay, Assistant Native Secretary. In token of the submission, this gentleman brought' with' him six teen guns, one tomahawk, and one, spear, which. had been voluntarily given into his hands', as the' represen- tative of the Government, by. certain influential chiefs and other natives, who have more or less actively taken part with. , the rebels. Mr ' Mackay, 'we 'are1; in-, formed will return to the Thames in a few days, for the purpose of ? receiving . / the . arms and submission ,. of /the /mass ,., of .the natives 'there, who are' now preparing to, surrender,;; the present instalment of guns being a pledge of their good faith....

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1864

'lS.vonTB.vra m a shall compass.' — We are a free people, a great people, an enterprising people ; but it must be admitted, also, that we are a dyspeptic people. Our stomachs are by no means as sour as our political constitution; and many of us, if addressed in the language of Macbeth — ? , ? ? ?'. ' Let good digestion \f nit on appetite, And health on bothi'— . would anxiously inquire by what means the wish could be realised. .That question, thanks to' Thomas Holloway, can be triumphantly answered. The 'un equalled stomachio, known throughout the world as Holloway's Ptlls, is literally a specific for the' com- plaint. Imperfect digestion results from, a dilute con dition of the gastric' juice— the fluid 'which dissolves the food in the stomach, and fits it for application to the purposes of life in the form of blood. If the organ which secretes this Bolventis in a state of 'morbid irritation, the fluid will be deficient in quality and quantity, and its appointed office* in the inte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1864

ANDREW TOALE & CO., LITHOGRAPHERS, COPPER-PLATE EN6BAVEBS, .. -? . ?...'?? .'?'. ..' . .:': And ??'} ?' : GENERAIi PRINTERS, 29 Little Collins street west, Melbourne. ?? ?- ?'?.-.- ]-. -.??.:- ?;? I .;?-,:? ,'? '?? 6 61 fb ?: BATCHELDER 'ft O'NEILL'S PHOTOGRAPHIC GOODS DEPOT, ; BEHOVED TO 2 8 S^ANSTON STREET, OLD BANK TICTOEIA BUILDINGS. 4 61 ma JOHN POWNCEBY, Bookbinder, 71 Collins street east. Books bound in the newest styles, with test materials and workman ship. :.. .'..--:; ;..;?..:;-... 6 6ifi- ED I C IN E S.~- JOHN CONNOR. Junction Flemirigton and BrtmBwick roads. - ?.???? o, , 1 61 ja NICOLL'S SYDNEY TWEED SUITS, to measure, £3 ; Trousers, 20s. Sydney Tweed, 4s 6d per yard. Suits of Black Cloth, to measure, £& ; Trousers, 25s. 124 Elizabeth street. OLLOWAY'S OINTMENT AND PILLS are wonderful Remedies for the Cure of Bad Logs. — Mr Charles Heardon, of the Harrow Inn, Thames Ditton, had suffered for eighteen years from a sore leg; he had been in the Bath and St....

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HAYMARKET THEATRE.—FAREWELL ADDRESS OF F MR. COPPIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1864

HAYMARKET THEATRE.— FAREWELL AD DBESS OF MR. COPPIN. The high esteem in which Mr George Coppin is held in Melbourne was amply testified on 12th inst. by the brilliant audience which crowded every part of the - house on the occasion of bis farewell benefit; After the performance of 'The Young King,' in which Mr Coppin, with admirable humor, sus tained the , character of the blundering mayor, M. Puzzi, the popular comedian was called before the curtain, and delivered the following address: — 'Ladies and Gentlemen, — As this is the last time I shall address yon for many years, I cannot allow the opportunity .to pass without once more acknow ledging, with gratitude, the liberal patronage, and the many acts of kindness I have received from the Victorian public After twenty-one years' active service, and many vicissitudes, I trust I may look upon the overcrowded state of this theatre as' an assurance that I carry with me from the colony the general respect arid good wishes of my fellow co...

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