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THE WIMMERA. HORSHAM, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864
THE WIMHERA. HORSHAM, Fboiat. In accordance with notice previously given, flie retaining offioer far the district (Mr. Charles Wilton, J.P, of Walmer), attended at the court-house, Horsham, at noon yester tardey, tho 22nd Inst Mr. James M'Baln, of Molbooine, being the onljr oandldate nomlnatad for the representation In the Legielalire Assembly of the district of the Wunmere, ha was declared duly elected. After the neoeamry forms had been cone through, the returning officer Introduced Mr. H'Bein to tire electors. Mr. M'Banr returned thanks for the honour which had been conferred upon him. Ho had been indnoed to come forward at a candidate by the numerously signed requisi tion which was forwarded; and now, having been duly elected without a contest, he felt not onig proud of the position _ the elec tor! had placed hba In, hot bound explain to bis oowtitaenta the oploioal with which he should enter Parliament. Ob first touched upon the land question. He was opposal to thelnnd Aot of 18...
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864
HEW ZEALAND. By the Aiding* we have advices from Auck !*nd and Tsranakl to the 8lh September; Wel lington, 18th September; Canterbury, 17th September; Nelson, 10th September; and Otago, 17th September. AUCKLAND. The SovlMtrn Ctvu oomplaloa that, owing to the stoppage of the Nelson eteamer. Auckland ha* to aend ita mail vit Otago. Itaaye:— "Direct mail oonnonaicatlon with Melbourne is urgently called tor, and come it moat, eooner or later." The Colonial Secretary hae left Anckland for Raglan The settlement of the purchase of a block of native land from William Najior'a people, and the road works, ate laid to be the principal ohjecta of hia visit Atari one third of the village of Weymonth and three lots in the pariah of Paknianga were eold on the 7th lust., at good price*. A man named John James Henry Atkinson has been committed to take his trial on a charge of fiaodolently endeavouring to con vert to bis own nae a post-offioe letter con taining a second of exchange on the Bank of New...
TABANAKI. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864
The Tarmaki Herald contelnt the following, extracted from a private letter from Wan ganui, dated 1st lostThe Seat of Govern ment Commlealonera are op the river, with Dr. Feathmton, Mr. Boiler, and CoL Logan, and are expected bach to morrow. I hear that Bewi and Matutaera are at Eetemarae, on tLcIr way to Taiporobenoi, and that at Ngatirnanoi will be the grand straggle of the combined forces of 'Bis Majesty King Pototau.'"
THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864
THE WAR. The bout/iem Croat contains the following "Vnj little has transpired during the past month to vary the routine of lite In this pro vince. Although we have pined the crista of thenar, and indication* of peaoe are slowly belngjdeveloped. It would be unsafe to predict that the war i* over. It is the general belief, however, that these wdl be no more fighting in this provino^ and that the scene of the next conflict, if inch it to take place, will be atTaranski. There has been a farther sat- I render of Tanranga rebels, to the number of about forty or fifty, including women and chil dren. They were residents of the island called 'The Mayor,' about twenty miles north of Touranga, bat they belong to the same tribe. We need hardly say that all chance of a re newal of hostilities in this district is at an end. The natives have gratified their warlike propensities, and have improved their pecu niary prospects in no slight degree. The settlement of the militia In this put of the count...
MA[?]BOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864
MA3LB0B0U0H, Tee Beet of Government Commissioners arrived et Picton at fivo p.m. on the 12th Inst, per m. Eaagatlra, from Wellington. Sbottly after the steamer reached the wharf, his Honour the Superintendent, accompanied by bis Executive and other influential gentle men, waited on the commissioners, and pro posed to accompany tbem to the residence pn pared for their accommodation. As the rain descended pretty beaWly, they preferred dining on board, and the carriage in waiting drove off. At half-past eight o'clock the car riage was again In watting, and the commii tionere prootdded to the handsome and pic turesque town residence of C. Ooolter, Esq., Provincial Treasurer, where they were re ceived by many of oar influential townsmen. As their labours in Picton commence this morning, all that this province expecte is " a fair field and no favour." To that we are en titled. and with the remit will be oerfectfv Marlborough time).
OTAGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864
Ife> Dram*.—Mr. Warden Robinson, wriUag from the Donettn ander dete 8» mkrlft eaye" The river tn continued to recede, and all hands are therefore mil " wt the washdlrt were thought the mod likely have ited those who havebeea watching for *o lone; bat, on the other head, bat bee* In some oases found wharelt ^ hardly expected. It It to he regretted that thtre baa been no ruth to take advan tage of the liter bring aolow this time bat ltteoot to he won (hied at, ae the mum* haft bee* tantalised to often. The weather oontlnme besntlfally fine." Tat Urrn BaoTovna.-The following ie extracted from Mr. Warden Aylmer'a report from the Upper Sbotover, of the a.d Septem ber Owing to-tbe fine weather thU week the miner* ot the Upper Shotover have been busily employed working their river claims. Brown and party influlclng a terraoe at Skip perls have taken out about SSot. of gold In a week. In pleoea sveregiDg frost Bft to half en ounor. At BntcMi'e Point rome pirtles haw been of late obtainin...
SOUTH GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864
SOUTH GRANT. The Sooth Grant HectaMm the 22ndulfc did not put over with perfect embothmae. The ret u rain g o ffioer attended on Wedneed ay after noon, end reoelved three uottfcetlom, thoae of Hecate. P. Lalor, 3. E. Hopklnt, and W, N. H'Cenn. On Thuiedny mornlngi however, Mr. A. Love, who hu beeo eanvelelng the die Met with en announced Intention of etaad log fot It, tendered fab nomlnatlon-papere and depoett, and upon the returning officer declining to receive the game, gam notloe of hie intention to teet the validity of the de cision. Hi. Love etated that If ha waein error, he had beat deceived by a notloe which appeared in the CMatg Ai-rUnr, and he utterly repudiated the report that he had been tampered with. Heesn. Lalor, Hopkina, end IPCann were then declared duly elected.
NORTH GRANVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864
NORTH GRANVILLE. The only Dominations received op to foni p.m. on Wednesday week wen those of Mr. Pope and Mr. Randall. Font Lotus afterwards, the Domination of Mr. A. A. O'Connor wee tendered, bat the returning officer declined to receive it, on the ground that the time had expired. He mote to the Chief Secretary's office for imtractions, but receiving no reply, at two p.m. yesterday be declared Mr. Pope and Mr. Bandall to be duly elected.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864
SiruBBAT, Sn-nimn 24. Absoobdsb.—Frederick Bean loo, • littv boy, charged with absoondlng from the In* dostrial School, wu lent back to the achooL Iiuouif u Ldsl-WUUui Bowdl, t prisoner of the Orown in Tasmania, nnder * eentenoe tot life, wu charged with being ille gally at large in Victoria. Prieoner aatd he wu tent over hen by the Tawnanlanaothorl tiee. Bewu remanded bach to Tasmania, bit ball being taken lor hit departure.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864
momjat. settikbib. 20. RoBBKKT. -AnDe Cavanagh and Elian Foster were charged ae harlog no vialbla and lawful mean* of eopport. Mary A. Kni^bLwttb of the landlord of the Shakapeare Hotel, Hotham, proved that the pafconen, about three neb ago, came to ber place, and. In aooordanne with their reQOcat, witasee showed than * - rooan upetalu, which they aatd thay would remove Into on a day named. Half an boor cf!u" witneas dame down stain, ahe want to the caih-box, which ahe had left In the bar. when the found that It waa gone. The pri soner* never re to rued. Inapector Sadler aatd if the case were remanded, be thoold be atua to call a vritneaato prove that tie) prisoners when tbey wen t lo tte place, wore accompanied by • man, who remained below; and ltd their object In asking to be shown opetals was to get Kra. Knight out of the way while the robbery was committed. They wen re minded tlu Thunder. Chile Dxsibtiok.—Frederick Walters on warrant, was charged with deserting ak cbUdien, with ...
The Elections. THE SOUTHERN PROVINCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864
tijp ^lerta. THE SOllTHEBK ^FEOVTSCB. The nomination of ojftrtMtteo for oloction lo represent the 6on(h|S^iiM In the U|ii* latlve OonncII (In IM.niptn of Mr. Power, retired by rat atloh) todfcSiee entire 22nd nU, at the Court-home, B^^fotL The returning officer (Mr. W. A. C. Awekett) nod the Inrlt, and also the neoeeeary dooumenta, proposing Mr. William Heaty ?eitctt and Mr. Thomu Herbert Power fctbttdidttea to ftU the va cancy. The tetornihg officer aleo deolored the date when the pott would take pltoe, and the polling-plaoee appointed, With thii the proceeding! terminated.
EVELYN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864
EVELYN. The nomination* for tire electoral district I of Evelyn were declared at Eltharn on the ] 22nd nit Mr. George Sharwln, J.P, the retaining officer, having read the writ, an- J nonnoed that the only candidate* were Mr. John Thom»on and Mr. Phlpp* TnmboII. Each candidate briefly addteaed the an- j sembled elector*, declaring htnaelf a lap-1 porter of thepreaent Gorenuneat
DUNDAS AND FOLLET. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864
DUNDAB AND FOLtiET. Kara. H. J. Wdsoa, MTheaon, and j George Falrbalrn were nominated. I Mr. Wrlxcm eddreaed the elector of Hamtl- | ton. He was well trod red. He declared that he wee in favour of a reform of the Upper House, a representation of minorities, an ex tension of edaoatlon, and state aid to re ligion.
INTERCOLONIAL INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864
INTERCOLONIAL INDUSTBIAL EXHIBITIONS. Sir,—I read the prospectus of roar paper with much interest. I think ite projector* or proprietor* deeerre great credit for their bola and generous attempt to supply a want which ha* been gene rally lelt. We want a journal which will look cloeely and deliberately at the gmt questions of the day rather in a (octal and economic point of view than in the political; that will week after week treat of the resource* or thia country, our hidden wealth, and the development of theae resources; and by ench treatment increase hope and consequent activity, and spread instruc tion -on the subject. I believe that your paper will do all this i that it will be national as far as the breadth and oom paaa of your purpose is oonoerned, and be a domestic or household paper as far ai the interest of your readers is oon oerned—utilitarian in every way. Having so far premised, will you excuse me for calling your attention to a subject which iToniraeh importance? I all...
A COUNTRY STORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864
A OOUNTBY STORE. (FBOK ODB SPECIAL OORBESPONDESI.) To know Victoria well, and understand what Anglo-Saxon coloniution means, im pinging suddenly upon an aboriginal wilder ness, it b necessary not merely to look to I Melbourne, the most wonderful instance of I all innovations, bnt to visit the smaller bat most flourishing towns of the interior. In —»»!' English country towns there are I frequently to be found shops in which articles of a strangely contrary nature are vended, and the keeper thereof, uniting several I brandies of business, makes profits out of a combination, of trades which would be in-1 sufficiently profitable If separated. Tbe prin ciple cannot apply to a town so large, so | opulent, and so enterprising as Sandhurst, and yet, so peculiarly have trade interests epiung up there that tbe place contains a gigantic specimen of its practical effect In Pall-Mal), the leading thoroughfare of Bendlgo, and the only onetn the csfamywhlchcan be said to remind tbe beholder of Bou...
The Australasian. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 188*. A joubsax now-a-daye proposing to add itself to the existing crowd of Vic torian newspapers is in modi the same position as the latest new-comer at a ball II he can alip into the throng and mix in the press tmobaerred he will find himself serenely installed aa a freeman of the mom, andean look rind with the comjMaam of * fiat arriral; if not, he meat ba content to be con siderably stared at,and be elaborately on bfe good bdmtfbar; After adypr titk^onranml oolong, wecan hardly hope to escape theatam, and mnat pmoree make ont pr^dktoiy bow. dost ao in the jtyw rf .JStuunra and Shaxbpub^ int'1 people if thee thought much read tittle, and a frten bookwManwntbV wOnder, each new born babe of print wee wwred into the world with anaddreal to ,*|ne oomteooa "reader," toliritinghie goodgraoee and depreoa^ng hia wotum. Welike the fashion, stiff aait may^ Mem, and think an Anstnllan |mhlk thlly aa worthy to be minted as "nottrteon* readea," and considerably more tflal...