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THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. [FROM THE SOUTHERN CROSS, OCTOBER 10.] [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1865

POTI ;P^;NE wlziiL&a- fFBOM THE SOUTHEBN ? CROSS, OCTOBER 10.1 The cutter Betsy, Ohptain Bnshell, arrived in ?harbor yesterday ' mbrniug from the ' East: Coast, bringing intelligence of the operations of the natives at the several- places Bho had vitited. ::The Betsy left Napier with, military settlers for. Poverty Bay, who. were in' command of Lieutonant Wilspn, and, after landing them at their destination, revisited tho coast in search of cargo for. this port. She called at' Poverty Bay- early last ;: wpeki' ? and Reports a large, : number, . of-, the ? i : Hau-haus assembled ...in , .the ' : neighborhood, -i with . an evident hostile intention.' ' The' performance ipf the Pai Marire rites were scrnpulpaaly mbinVainedi' to gether with the usual accompaniment of -war dances and harangues. Lazarus, the principal chief of the district, although annoyed at the close proximity of this warlike band, expressed his desire for peace, and announced that, so long as his people remain...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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THE RICHMOND AQUATIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1865

THE RICHMOND AQUATIC SEORT3. --The anniversary, was celebrated at Richmond by a variety pf aquatic sports on the ' Upper,' Yarra. The boats which assembled on tlio Yarra Yarra: on this occasion were in''-; expellent, trim ;,th'e rowing WaSigopd, and ihere were, cpnsequeritly; some very, . aharp . cputesta betsyeen thoae ,whp, competed; for the various eyents^ ''.jThe sports commenced at abont one o'clock, theie ; being at that time between 50Q and 6 0 persons assembled on the. banks of the river. The prpceedings were arranged by the, Riohimond Rowing- Clubi ; and were under , the pa|trpnage of ljis Excellency the Goyernpr, the hpn,!?, .Gj-. Frfinois, Minister of Cuatoins ; the hpni W. Highetti: M.L.O. y; A. B\ Wardrop, '; ;JE5sq., - M.L.A: ; Captain Staiidish, and other gentlemen. Mr W. Nioholla .pffioiated : as starter, , . and Mr W.- C.-Hart, as judge. '\ . The managing com mittee were; Messrs :E. ?A.'Beokett, J. Barker, M, Byrne, T. Butt, Graham Carrick, W. C. Hart, J. C. Hart, ....

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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THE VOLUNTEER REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1865

THE T VOLUNTEER kEVIEW. ' ; The yiplm-teer- ; reyie^, appointed' to be hold , on the Enaoruld-hiU parndo ground,' came off in due ponrlef and was in :?bIV respects : strikingly sneqeaa fnlV^Tha sweather; thorigh some what warmer than was considered desirable r by* the. bulk of the visi tprB^was ; in,;-' ipther; reapqpts ' unexceptionable. ? Ai brig^iVsnnBMrje; and a ?? cloudless „ sky ;S ephanoed ihateriaHy 'the :gaietyof nspoot wh,ioh go stirring a Bpeotaole as a largo muster of arnnod and disciplined men, attired in uniforina of various brilliant hnesy conld ! noti even under far lesB favorable/oircum. stances, ; fail to -ipopBrt to ; thp' scene ; ? and a^yery Reiitlo ^ bi-eiaza blowing from across the water of ; the Bay tempered, tboiigh sonrpoly tp a suJHoiept extent . tiiQEoini- tropical hoot. An immense ponppurap of pleaaifv^spokeyo throDgod to tho sconp of t^p dis« play, -both by rail vandibyf road ;i, and* ip^ tvyp, o'clock tbere oould1 no't\. have1' boon less thaD -16,00b1 ...

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VICTORIAN BAPTIST FOREIGN MISSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1865

VICTORIAN BAPTIST FOBEIGN MISSIONS. A meeting in connection with -the ?Victorian Baptiat Foreign Mission' Society* was-hold in Colliris-street Baptist Chapol, on 8tbvins-t;;,-: The following ministers were on 'tbe-platformi: — Rev. J. O. Page, from India ; I. New, D. Roes, J. Moss, — Ramsay, I. Taylor, W. Poole, and. James Taylor. The chair was- taken' by the Rev., James Taylor. After singing and prayer, the following resolution was moved by the Rov. I. New :— '?' That this meet ing rejoices to know, that the Baptiat Charoh of Victoria have originated a .Yiotorian Fareign Mie sion, and prays that the blessing of the liord of 'Missions may over attend all the operations! of the' society.in spreading the Gospel among' the ? heathen,'. The; rev. gentleman, in speaking to thia resolution, pleaded the cause of miaeions with the audience, from the assumptions that every maa needed the Gospel, that this fadt rendered it binding npon every Christian to send the Gospel to tho ? heathen, and ...

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THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1865

i-.A/Ae-evcrybody is heartily .; - tiriadt of the political jiii^ii'/'nn^Byinp.tom .of !? its approaching, termination . is ijiiailed; witbi satisfaction. ' The negotiations* for a 'c^nfer^Ve^'between the two .House's, .after being; afoot for, ijw.oeks, came to nothing. , Tho Upper Hou^e . : djcj^fd. -*hat . V10 Tariff- cimw- Appropriation Bill iivas :.£oi longer i;in i ' existence,-' nnd could' not tKereforejform the suhjeot bf.a conference: at , all. ''The';.mnno3aVrel of the Upper House; by which it*1' laid aside;' the bill^.beingy.by this declaration, .divest'ed-'ofr.its ^quivbcal, character; the Assembly took ylhe,; altered .position .? of ?? - affairs, into ' conti dwrBtionf,''* and rendered;- further attempts at negotia tion ' untiefeesBnry b^un tacking the bills nnd sending tip the. tariff Valbnel ;_-. But ; even this' would not do. ^The. Council rejected the tariff mm ? ceremonie, with tho v.iew,- no doubt, of compelling the :Govern 'inei^t. to., retirr. , ,, Tho . Governme...

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THE MAYOR'S BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1865

?THE MAYOR'S BANQUET! J . The inaagdrationdinrier^of. theiRighfc Worahipfnl the MayoriiWiUiaitt, Bay e8, .Esq.; 7M.L.A.,,,took place at the Criterion Hotolt'QtU inet.. About one hundred guests sat down to dinner, inoluding several' of the .consular representatives.? His Excellency the Governor.waa;prevented,frDDa attending, by. indispo-, sition.;, -The .ohdir; was '.taken by^tlie Mayor, sup ? ported' on, hiB- right by' the, Chief.. Seoretary, Sir. Redmond Barry and the ex- Mayor ; and ^oa his left; by Mr Vordorj, Mr Justice Moleswbrth and Mr Sul livan. Other membors of the Government, who did not come, in:time,'took. their seats in other. parts of . tbe.rpotn.-..:Afterj the cloth was removed,;. :i - ' ':! ?' '., His Worship the Mayou proposed , the :customary loyal -toasts of WTii'e Queen,' ';Hia Royal Highness tha Prince' of :W ales andi many . hnppy . returnB of , the day to him,' 'and 'Her Royal' Highness the Princess; of ! Wales and the oluor members of the Royal Family;' whioh ...

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SOUTH YARRA PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1865

SOUTH YARRA. PRESBYTERIA.N CHURCH. The foundation stone of the above new ohuroh was laid on Tuesday, 14th iust., on tbe ground adja cent to the proaont building. It had boen'expeoted (hut tho Governor wonld be present to per form the ceremony, but his Excollency wag provonted from nttonding by indisposition. Shortly after three o'cloclt, howovor, Ludy Durling, accom panied by Miis Darling aud Ciptain Tyler, arrived' ou tbe groaud ; but, as it was then raining - hard, the. company assembled had to adjourn to tho church. The prcceodings were then commenced by singing and prayer, after which, The Row Q-13OHOK Mackie, pastor of the ehnrob, remarked that he had muoh pleasure in stating that ' they bnd that day assembled for tho purpose of lay ing tho foundation stono of the new building. Rain, which was most propitious for the country, wonld compel them to porform most of the pre liminary part of tho proceedings in the old ono. Ho regretted tbo absence of his- Excellency tho Governor, un...

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CRUISE OF THE SOUTHERN CROSS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1865

CRUISE OF THE S0UTHEEN CROSS. The Southern Cross, left Auckland for the South Sea Islands on the 1st Juno, und arrived at Nor folk Inland on the 8th. H.M. Curacaa arrived tho following ? day; ' -Both' vessels were ., obliged to lie ou tho island ; for a couple of dayn oiifaccouut of the weather. On 12tli ? Juuo, Bishop Patteson re-Hinlj;irked and the Sou. hern Cross Ifft for Mare, leaving the Curaooa at: anchor in Cascade Bay. Arrived at Mure on the eve'niug. of the 11th ; brougtit away from hero, a former pupil of tiie Bishop, named Wiidrokal.', his wife and child. It would appear that missionary duties here had been somewhat circuui-, scribed of late. Schooling had been disallowed, &a., and a strict surveillance exorcised (over all alike) by the; authorities. Left Maro on the 15th, and ar rived at Etromaiiga ou the 17th. Mr Gordon, the rais sionnry here, was well, but apparently rather despoad ing as to his success among the natives,' who, itseomed.i were in a very excitab...

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SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. VESSELS ARRIVED AT THE PORT OF MELBOURNE SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE OCTOBER MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1865

SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. VESSELS ARRIVED AT THE ? PORT OF MEL BOURNE SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE f OCTOBER MATL. October. 27. Excellent, ship, 1100 tons, J. Smith, from Liver pool. Jos. Honty and Co., ngonts. 31. George Thompson, ship, Aberdeen Clipper Line, 1127 tons, W. Shophard, from London. Dalgety and Co., agents. November. ? _ ? 1. Coorong, barque, 369 tons, Win. Howes, from Mnu ritias. Joshua Brothers, agents. 1. Oryx, barque, 281 tons, P. Gill, from Now York. Lord and Co., agents. 2. Chnmpion of the Seas, Black Ball Line, ship, 1946 tons, J. M. Oatridge, from Liverpool. Dr. Bow den, surgeon. 2. Sapphire, barque, 237 tons, James Pie, from Bird Island. O. Becks, agent. ' 2. Sea Nymph, barque, 256 tons, F. Fielding, from Foo-Ghow-Foo. Wm. OwBton and Co., agents: 3. Result, ship, 1479 tons, Wm. Stewart, from London. W. e. 'White and Co., agents. 6. Jeannio Oswald, barque, 212 tons, T. Dovine, from Ssurabuya. Young and Martin, agents. 6. Isabella Brown,' barque, 358 tons, J. Callag...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1865

C H R ISTMAS HUMB E R. With tho Number of THE AUSTRALIAN NEWS OF 23bd DECEMBER Will bo published A LARGE PICTURE, PRINTED IN COLORS, Of CHRISTMAS m AUSTRALIA, DRAWi^' BT N. CHEVALIER. And, in addition to tho usual engraving's, a series illustrative of tho SCENERY, AND CUSTOMS OF THE FIJI « AND OTHER SOUTH SEA ISLANDS. Price of tho Christmas Number, One Shilling. AGE (DAILY), Agent for, in London, Mr F. ALGER, 11 Clement's lone. Lombard street. THE LEADER, A Journal of news, politics, literature, and art, is published every Saturday morning, at 65 Elizabeth street, Melbourne. .The Leader is liberal in politics, nnd the intelligence supplied through its columns will bo found to bo accurate and complete. Tho subscription to the Leader is Six Shillings and Sixpence per quarter, payable in advance; or Seven Shil lings and Sixpence, postagepaid.' The quarter may : commenco at any time. Present circulation of the Leader is 12,000 copies weekly, and it is, in fact, the largest and most exte...

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VITAL STATISTICS OF MELBOURNE AND THE SUBURBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1865

VITAL STATISTICS OF MELBOURNE AN ?-??'v.:-' THE SUBURBS. / The Registrar-General's report oil tne vital statistics of Melbourne and the suburbs, for the month: and quarter ending tbe 80th .September last, is published in the Government Gazette. The total number of deaths amounted to 238, of which 140 were males and 98 females. , 120 were of persons under,' and 118 of persons over five years of age. The deaths in Sep tember were fewer than those in August by 51 ; 'they, however, exceeded the ayeragp for September during six years hy 9. : Except Septomber, 1863, the month was colder than the corresponding ono of any year in the previous quinquennial period. The nhildren dying under five years of age during the month numbered .120; of, these G9, or about 58 per cent., were males; 51, or nearly 42 por cent., were femali's ; 63 were under one year of age, 30 were be tween one and two years, 13 were between two and thn-e, 7 were between three and four, . and 7 were between four and fiv.o....

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THE VICTORIAN INTERCOLONIAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1865

THE VldTOaiAN INTEttCOLONIAL EXHI BITION. Thfl following is bis Ercollency's proclamation, initialing the Intercolonial Exhibition, published in the Q'oetta: — 11 Victoria, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom. 'of Great Brit-tin nnd Ireland Q aeon, Defender of thu Faith : To our trusty and well boloved Sir Itedtnmid Biirry, Knight, one of the judgesof the/ Supreme Court of oar colony, of Vic toria ; the hon. Goorgo Harlcer, M.L.A. ; the lion. George Frederio Verdon, Treasuror, M.L.A. ; thehon. JumesForroBter Sullivan, Miaiaterof Mines; M:L.A. ; the hoiii Sir James Frederick Palmer, , Kuigbt, President of*, the 'Legislative' Couuoil . of our said colony ; the - lion. Caleb' Joshua / Jenner;:M.L.C.- ; the libii. i,William :Degravea, ' M.L.C. ; ; the lion. :Sir. Francis fMdiphyj'.KiJight,. Speaker of the -Leilisla- iive. Assembly, of cur said, colony ;.; Samuel Henry HenryBiodon, Esq., M.JL.A. ; John CirreVBiddall,' E«q , M..L A.- ; Joim Thomas Smith, Esq., ,M .L. A.. ; Edward G...

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DREADFUL BOILER EXPLOSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1865

DREADFUL BOILER EXPLOSION. The following particulars relating .to the explosion on board tKe.Agneilrviiig are condensed from the Clarence and .Richmond Examiner .?— The Ag^es Irving left the O. and E.K^S.N. Com pany's wharf, Graf ton, at. a quarter to -fire a.m. on Friday ,'with the folio wing passengers :— Lord Bishop of Newcastle and servant,' Mr J;C: Laycocky M.L.-A., Miss Laycook, ?Mr.a'nd; Mrs W. Small, Messrs Pres ton (2)i arid eight steerage. Everything appears to have'gone well iantil bhe was leaving Mr Wharrell's wharf , at .Uiinafra. At this time the engineer, Mr HiqkeylitheBebbnd engineer, Mr, Cunningham ; the, lad Young,' aiid the fireman, ??? Jones, were below ; the laBt named in tlie stoker's ; room, the others in the ^^ eipginu .''robm'.',,. The :* .vessel'- bad been cast off from the. wharf,*. and orders given by: Captain Maides, ' to tura; astern. sl6'vvj' wbiob. jvas dode, and when the engines had made about half-a-dozen evolutions tho explosion, took place, the ga...

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JAMES MORRILL, SEVENTEEN TEARS A CAPTIVE AMONGST THE BLACKS. (FROM THE PORT DENISON TIMES, NOVEMBER 1.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1865

JAMES MORRILL, ? SEVENTEEN' yEABS A : OAPXIVE , AMONGST THE BLACKS- '?'?'-' (fkom.t he port denison TniBs, novembeb llj ' : , It is our mournful duty to ' record '; the ' death *! of 'the pioneer white mani'n the North— James Mdrrill— which took place last Monday. 'For some time ho had been suffering from the effects of a wound' received in the knee during ^his' long sojourn' among '? the abori gihos;' It had been attacked with rheumatism, : and ultimately, inflammation and fever supervened, which resulted in' his death. iTt will be a satisfaction to his numerous friends to know that durinjj his last illness he was unceasingly attended by- Dr. W.S., Smith, and that Drs. Borck and S torch wore frequently summoned to the sick bed in consultation. ? ...'; . ; - ....-?'.-. :'.'. ;,;, The, history of the deceased .was most extraordinary, and could only/be paralleled by 'that of the 'Wild White' JUtiin ' in' Victoria:' ' Owhag to his reticence on the subject, but little is known of his: e...

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EXECUTION OF CAPTAIN JARVEY FOR POISONING HIS WIFE. [FROM THE OTAGO TIMES, OCTOBER 25.] [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1865

EXECUriON'OF'C^PTAINJARyEY FOR ', POISONING HIS WIFE. ' '; r : ; [rROJI THB OTAOO^ TIMES, o'cXOBEa ' 25: | ' ;; At a quarter, after eleven o'clock .. yesterday fore-/ noon,; William Andrew Jar vey was hanged within the 3D iinp'din gaoi , . for the murder, of his . wife, Catherine Jane Jaf.vey, The ; convict died without' confession. The scaffold was erected in the siriall yard of the female division of thd gaol; arid, 'in-, oludiug the officials, about twenty peraonB/.witnesBed the execution. At eleven o'clock on Monday night, the Rev;Mrj Smith, the; gaol, chaplain, visited the convict at his own request, and remained in con versation and ? prayer with him until ono o'clock. Then the chaplaia withdrew, and when he returned with the governor, between four and; five o'clook in the morniDg, the convict wus sleeping. The Rev. R. Conueboe, in fnltilment ofi .his .promise, was at the gaol early yesterday morning ;' and he and Mr ; Smith remained ''constantly in tho cell. Both the miniatdr...

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MAJOR VON TEMPSKY. [FROM THE WELLINGTON ADVERTISER, OCTOBER 23.] [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1865

MAJOR VON TEMPSKY. I FROM THB WELLINGTON ADVEBTISEIl. O0TOBEE 23.1 Ourreadera will be glad to lean that thia gallant officer has at length been released from the arrest under which he was placed some four weeks' ago by Muior Atkinson, the then Minister for Colonial De fence. From what we can learn, it appears, that his Excellency, the Governor has considered the evidence . . taken by the board of inquiry, and he states plainly thdtheoarinot approve of fifajor Von Tempsky's conduct in this matter.' In reality, and 'as might have been expeofed, his Excellency could not' coun- tenance, perhaps, tho oonduot of the ono or the other, and he has, therefore, da he was bpaud to give expression tonn opinion with reference to. the merits of the case, quietly enubbod Mujor Von Tempsky, although' precisely' upon what gropnds'- we are not in a position to state. However, the gallant officer has withdrawn the proffered' resignation, ? which has caused so much tronblo arid annoyance ; arid, under t...

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H. M. S. CURACOA SHELLING NATIVE VILLAGES ON THE ISLAND OF TANNA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1865

.^TANNA^f^w TO,ij viM-feba \;Wi; .?,-I«/v: .;: .The* mand'.pf , .,TannaJ 3s 'the. ; largest1 in the 'southern portion of^ffie.NeWgHebfides^i&roup,1, being irom'80'td. 100 ti.miles,; in, circumference. , s ItjT'was ... discovered byjiOdptaihi Oook^'awL,or;was! :mnoh pleased .; with the picturesque appearance 61 its mountains, which are covered ''with- 'the' ''-richest vegetation' -.-to 'their. veryf summits.' ; ° ! These 'mountains' rise in the' centre of the island,' and round'-'the'cbiiBtare large tracts of ex ceeding!^ fertile [lowlands] capable of lyieldihg'ih abuni dancej'the ;^ cocoa; nut',','bf eadfruit,' banana, :;sugar'oarie- figs^yains^andjDtner 'it^opioal;feuitsrj' This island was theljarst t.m Western^^lynesia'lyiUsite^jjy^ the!: pEurp- peaas(.misBionariesuj,KiThe Epv. ^ John^iyViUiams, ,'the day-before his lamented; fall onrEromanga; called here, and left'three converted Polynesians to make the island their f attire home, and teach the' inhabitants the truths of ...

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LATER FROM THE WAIPAU AND KAWA KAWA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1865

LATER FROM THE WAI APU AND KAWA ? '?? ' -???: '??.'? ?' ?' KAWA. :^ ??:.?? ;?? :;. ' The schooner Tawera, Captain Kennedy, arrived in harbor on the morning of tbo 27th of October, bringing the following particulars : — The Pukemaire Da. ? at Waiapn, said to be the strongest yet captured, was successfully stormed and taken by the volunteers and frjendlies, under the command of. Lieutonant Biggs,', on tbo 12th. inst. .The*robel8 lpst'2Q killed, SQ.wonnded, and 'had 400 taken priappers,' -at whpja 2Qp were fighting mpn, and 200 women, ; bhildrefi'aud old men. * ; ? '.?.'* ' Our loss was 12. wbunapd and 8 killed— 3 vplun teeVs and 6 friendly native's. ' ' '' ?..'',. Shortly before the Tawera left, Major FroBer caused a triumphal arch to be erected, over which floated the royal standard.. Each native was. then sworn into allegiance to her Majesty the Queen,' and/nmrchrd under the arch, uncovering his hoad as ho did so. ''? ''':'' ? On tho 10 it inst., an expedition of 100 mpn started in]...

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IMPORTANT VICTORY BY THE ARAWAS OVER THE HAU-HAUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1865

IMPORTANT VICTORY BY THE ARAWAS OVER THE HAU-HAUS. We take the following' from tho Hdwlte*1 Bay limes of the 26th October:— On the 12th inst. the Hau-hans evacuated their position at Matata, and proceeded, towards Te Teko, where they took up their quarters. Tho Arawas, accompanied by the resident magistrate, Mr Mair, followed on their track, and arrived at Te Teko on Tuesday, the 17th inst., where they found Te Ua strongly enoamped. No other means presenting themselves to take the pa than sapping, they com menced at once to drive. At three ' p.m. on Wed nesday the rebels asked for ? a trace, and had twenty-four hours granted to them. On the 14th, at . noon, fighting commonced, and ero nightfall Nga'tikapakiab had effected a lodgement within a short distance of the pa, which effectnally cut off all communication with the river. A heavy fire was sustained on both aides. the. whole time. At four on the morning of Sunday, the 20\h, the Pai Marires, seeing all their means of escape cut o...

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MEETING AT YAPEEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1865

MEETING AT YAPEEN. A public meeting of the inhabitants of Yapeen,   near Guildford, was held, at Mark's Hotel, on Saturday, the 28th ult. The attendance was good, and embraced the leading men of the locality ; Mr Joseph Williamson, of the Five Mile Flat, was voted to the chair. Mr Wilson moved the first resolution that "This meeting begs most respectfully to express   its regret that his Excellency the Governor has not been treated with that respect and courtesy which is due the representative of her Majesty ; and believing, whatever may be the result of the present dead lock, that his Excellency is guided solely by the desire to further the best interests of the people he governs, cordially approves the course pursued by his Excellency in the present difficulty." Mr David Williamson briefly seconded the re- solution, expressing his opinion that the Governor, from his varied and long experience in different colonies, was much better able to judge of the pro...

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