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NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

NEW INSOLVENTS. UlUse B«&iani, of Epsom, near Sandhurst, miner. Caowes of insolvency—Want of em ployment and pressure of creditors. LUbilt tlio, £110 lis. 6d.: assets. £i0 ; deficiency, £100 IK 64 Mr. Shaw, official assignee. Jno. Sme<ton, of CfaUtern, engineer. Causes of Insolvency—Losses in mining. Liabili ties, £063Sr.: asset*.£6; deficiency, £6489a. Mr. Moore, officjel asslgnae Thomas Morffew, of CoUingwood, boot nuks. Causes of insolvency—Illness and death in family, losses with homes, and pros pure of creditors. Liabilities. £94 2s. 84 ; assets, £616'.; deficiency, £68 7a 84 Mr. Courtney, official assignee. Francis Clarke, of DonneUv'a Creek, Gipps land, restaurant-keeper. Oanses of insol vency—Bad debts, losses In business as butcher and by bis partner in that business, losses in mining, and pressure of creditors. Liabilities, £22819s. 7d.; assets, £68: defi ciency, £17619e. 74 B. E. Jaoomb, official Thomas Anrior, druggist, of Simpson's road. East Oolllrgw...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE DUBLIN EXHIBITION, OF 1865. (FROM THE GOVERNMENT GA[?] NOV, 1.) Downing-street, 19th July, 1964. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

THE DUBLIN EXHIBITION, OE 1866. (r*o* TM oovmunrtirr auirn, . _ 19ti» Jalr. lB6t _p'r.—I UMuult to you a copy of • letter n8tb JntML lSU) from the eeetetery to *be DobHoKihlbl ticra Ptlaoeaw) Wlnlu Qirtgg Oatnp<nswue«Unla)»tU«iOoTtTOor» oObe -itiipn untith iStda maybe mhOm of tbl* underttklng, and requeetedlo afowthe

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CIVIL SITTINGS BEFORE HILARY TERM. NEW COURTHOUSE.—MONDAY, NOV. 7. (Before his Honour Mr. Justice Barry, and a Special Jury of Four) THURLOW AND ANOTHER v. YORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

CIVIL 8IIIIS0S BEFORE BILAKT III Kit. new ttoubtbouaa.—monday, Nov. <. (lktore his honour Mr. ju»uco B*rrjr» *ul a swiftl Jury of Four ) rhublow and another y. york, The triul of tbla came, winch was c >m menoed ou Friday, w*i rwnmed this morn* tag. It wm »u action of cjootment, the pro petty of which it was nought lo rtlsp'HStJ'H tht» defendant b.dng pmt oi wocllon 28 01 the pnri»h of JikaJika, Richmond. Mr. Daw* lit hu1 Mi. Hani* wor* for the plaintiff*: Mr. Rilling and Mr. Fellow* for the defendant. The c«i»c wb<- til'd iu M*? last, whrA ft verdict for the defendant was ret urned ; an J the uvldtinoe which win submitted no the present trial did not matorially tiiffer from what was pnvioUidv ftdriuueri. In the year 1810 the plaintiff Thurlow sold noma Usd to the <1* leixlani in the iuimertiat*) vicinity to that tu riiopute; but, by soaie mUWko on the part «>f u surveyor, the wrong block was totaled out to York. It was admitted, on bj mlf of t...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OLD COURT-HOUSE.—MONDAY, NOV. 7. (Defore his Honour Mr. Justice Williams and Special Juies of Four) HALES V. ROBINSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

Old Codbt-uodse.—MosiDLf, Nov. 7. (Defoiu bin Honour Mr. Jimtina Williams and Sprrlftl June; of Four) HALES V. ROBINSON. An action of ejectment to recover poa feniou ol lands purchased at a sale under fi. fa by the rli.-nff at Ararat. The land* tunned vart ot a Equalling ruu in the WY.U-rn Di-trict. and were proclaimed under tlie Lend Act 1862 as lands in an ' alli en tural area" opeu f >r eel etlnn. ft will beremembered that that act required ftom each I—!' clor a declaration thai he selected not «► a tinste:" or sgeot for another perron; out that this requirement failed of vff-ct through an remission to iui(n&1 the penalties of per- I jury oil k l.dos who fal-ely mafis this prr ticu'arsoitof declaration. Iuthepresentcase it wire stated that the lands selected fjttnea part of a run in which Messrs. Power and Riitl.eriord ha I an iuterest—whether as owncrsor incumbrancer* was not stated; that the pireoii who schcted th-ui was the de fendant : that the defendant was a st o...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OLD COURTHOUSE—TUESDAY, NOV, 8. (Before his Honour Mr. Justice Williams, and Special Juries of Four.) [?] v. HORWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

ou> Cobm bods*.—tcesdix, Not. 8. (Before hU Honour Hr. Jdetiog WfUUnu, wl SpeplelJoriei of FoarJ ,, JAKeoMv.uoewooD. .. The plaintitt area Mn> Ann Jaoluon, end tbe defendant Bull Hnrwood. *£be-eotloa waaoeeofrrplavlB, to mover baokfarslMra nd hotel rtnckadni tr dig defendant for rant aaidro be doe to bla ar landlord of the General Jickwu HMl InflmttbaSreet, Piti> top. The defend anvtdeedixi plea "—that fa* had ilet the hotel Id October, 185#, *<o John Jaducm. rince denoted, for a' term, at.the nat of £284 per jeer. parable mddr. agd Ifaatfonr waeka'rent vtrtlo nrrearianaifaat the plain tiff htseell a* *xeeotrix of Jadtaoo, became ifamantot (heipreadaea on aatmiWr faoldint, and owedaaWUnr aom ofrea t. The ifaadlofMlwtat plaintiff-replied, fat her pli ,, tfaefottfne to Jankaoo. define tnriaaaniv, ar<d denying thearrearn *: -vfs M ± ,\ i-Mr. OLA.ifonptfaand Mi. Buta leeAe plafotiff: Afc'Sobmi for tbndefapdant., > - Thejnry tonndpeerdictforthadiifcfitin...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INSOLVENT COURT. MUNDAY, NOV. 7. (Before W. B. Noel, Esq., Chief Commissioner Of Insolvent Estates.) ADJOURNED CERTIFICATE MEETING. IN [?] JOHN ALLEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

INSOLVENT COURT. Mordat, Not. 7. (Before W. B. Noel, Esq.. Chief Commtialonar Of Insolvent Eftate*.) AMOohKiD CiETinoiTi Mccrma. iw KB loan AtMN. _ . The insolvent bad boon the landlord of the 1 Royal Rnmy Howl and adjoining cinoert room. In Honrku-slroet, and also of the Jeru salem Coffee-rooms, in Bjurke-street. Sir George Stephen now appeared in nil behalf. and Mr. I^awes for the creditor*. Several nitneasee, Inclodlng ThomasiRe binaou, commission agent, and Joseph Wub. Bier, merchant, wrre examined by Mr. Uiwbb, to allow that the Insolvent had obtained credit, and given hllla whloh were di-o honoured. In order that he might enter upon fresh speoulBtlnns more or leal unknown to hlecn ditotK. Thepartiol were cross ■examlnod by Sir Ggoaoa STBrBEU, who took ooca aloo to remark that he intended to bring evi dence to refute lh» whole of the allegation! marie against his client. The case for the oppoeingcreditora wai then closed, aud the meeting adjourned to the 21st insl.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MR. PARKISSON TO THE RIGHT MONOGRABLE [?] The Dublio Exhibition Palace and Winter Garden Company (Limited) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

, U20tm(U«wn«%18ttiJaM.ieM. . frittfeoTtbe Inte^gi^aSilMUoo tot» Jt *«* » /oo-iwlU Wlh*th»tUto<dt« " l S * " . jcfStart*, Kf^Wtl .'yd " plication made to tta Foreign flamAu been acceded to by Bail Huteell. (Rlgncd) Hsitar Pabkiwox, Secretary. The Kb Hod. Chichester Fortesoue, M.P* do, Ac,, Ac. Tki Dublin Erhibition Paine* ani Jfi-itr iiatim Compnty < timfted), ' IniuiiioMii KmiBinoH oy Anw a»» Mabufactobis, 1806. Directori: Hie Grace the Duke of Iielnlter, Ohslrntah Benjamin Bee Guinness, Bw, Dit, Fioe. Obairman. ' William Datgau, Esq., D.U Henry Andrews, Esq. Frauds W. Brady, Erg., Q O. Maurioe Brookn.Ejq. Aldeitnan Cempbdl, J.P. David Dnimuinnd, E«q. Alexander J. Ferrk-r, Esq. William Fool, Esq., J.P. Hon. J. P. Vereker. Kdeatd Futtri ll, Erq., J.P. John Fry, Erfl. ' Thomas M, Gresbam. Esq. Alderman Moylan, JJP. William Kustell, Esq, J.P. Gilbert Bandera, Esq William R. Stephen*, Esq. John W. Bwltaer. Esq. Thomas Vance. Esq.. J.P. . ■ ■ " The directors of the...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?] EQUITY. EQUITY COURT [?]—FRIDAY, NOV. 4. (Before his Honour Mr. Justice Molesworth.) [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

••W'-t;' 4nwifai>w tftwrr. The Cosht fitva its dccMon on the motion Mtde 17 Mr, 3. W. Stephen 00 the prerioat day for probata of a oodictt t > the will n* Oh oeorawd. Ttoeie bad h'tn tbr-M coliciK the firrt and third of which w«»re executed ia England, and the second la Mrlhoume. The Court now decided to wfuse nrobnte of the second, codicil, which war rcvok«d by the think Probate of the flwt And third cMlclU had been granted in England. His Honour mentioned that Mr. Stephen should uow take the oonnse he thought most proper. M*MILL4H V. ll'lilLLAK. A PQlt Instltntod by direction of the Court of Ghanoetr, in England, on behalf of the in fant defendants inheriting under the will of their father, who left to them and his widow conjtioily. The question ai-osi, whether therj was a joint tenancy or a tenancy in common and on the widowk death the estate w-ts put In Chancery, The present motion was for foriher directions, and that the income of *839 from the estate, £242 of which wa* d...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TASMANIA. THE ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF THE NORTHERN AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. (ABRIDGED FROM THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE, NOV. 5) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

TASMANIA. THE ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF THE NORTHERN AGRICULTURAL SO CIETY. j {asftwoxd TMOU m cobxwau. coftostlcts, I hot. 6.) Thia great exhibition of cattle, hones, sheen, (dpi, and agricultural implements and machinery, popularly termed the "Longford Show," was held in the societyts yards there on Wednesday. The weather was delight ful. The exhibition eclipsed all previous ones, by upwards of .ninety exhibits, and the altendancewas proportionately-large. The fine band oftbe Launoeston Volunteer Artillery Oorps performed a selection of favourite aits. The attendance oMpdy visitors was much larger at this than any previous exhibition. His Excellency the Governor, with catalogue In hand, accompanied fay Captain Steward and other gendered?, '.made mlnuto exami nation ol the exhibits.' JUacbukh.—The scene In the society's yards about said-day. was grand. The engineers at three of the huge thrashing machines (Mrs-HoahetyMr. BOoknSU's, and Mr. NlchoU'e.) were getilngnp staam Ao prepare for ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW ZEALAND EXHIBITION. (FROM THE SOUTHERN CROSS, OCT. 21.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

NEW ZEALAND EXHIBITION. (FROM THE SOUTHERK CROSS, OCT. 2L) Tiie time op to which applications for apace in the forthcoming New Zealand Ex hibition will be received draws near, and Auckland, we fear, as yet bas doue bat little to keep op its reputation as one of the prin cipal contributors. The exhibition, it is well known, it open to all persons, whether in ventors, designers, manufacturers, producers, or merely possessors of articles deemed to be calculated to aid in the development of the resources of the colony, bat articles the pro duce of the province are of course chiefly solicited by the local committee. Living animals and plants, vegetable and other substances liable to decay, and deto nating or dangerous materials, form the only exception to this rule. The clas sification of the international Exhibition of '62 having, almost without any material modification, been adopted by the commis sioners, the articles for exhibition are ranged under the heads of raw materials, ma chin...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

IMPOUNDIHOS. Aanuwr.—Imimundad Amhctri, 8Mb October. )8M, by IJrniy Churchill, for Haufm of Andwm ; Farmers' Oorajofm. TM|M 8a. eachlight bay | bone, like H over PR near shoulder, C on Mkmw I nock, like II off shtHiWee, near faro and hind feet 1 white, star. oollar and saddle nuufceri; black home, i like N or H very much blotched on near should or, kiear • J fore and off hind foot white, saddle marfcut If not ; claimed and exprrw* pahi,to besdhl on 7th Deoesnbts-, 1 1W*. P. llux, Poundlmrpsr. Axs Crjckil—Impounded at Axe Creek, klaVOoto- j her, IBM, by Nr. H. Ifurphy. Trespass 5s. e^ch Brown roar*, star, off fore knee broken, hurt fttkuks j white, aaddle and oollar marked, Uke NS uearaboul- I der (the B blotchw^); bright bay Ikovc, tdack pointa, abnil switch taih madle and oollar marked, tnarka or having loan Am on off km Ice, TL near shoulder, JP i e»it Or off shoulder {the top or the P very feint); bay ! hone, brtd feee, fore legs deformed, near hind fetlock i white, <1...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CIVIL SITTINGS [?] TRUF. NEW COURT [?]—SATURDAY, NOV. 5. (Before his Honour Mr. Justice Burry, and a special [?]) THURRLOW AND [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

'■ 'thnr (bet&ihii m . bM 1&UMNl'#b«dkhatMtuiftalk' «£>■««< Tht acme oiom «u triad In H*y, when • rmMtettoMndtriwnteiMi ud It wan stated by tliepUlatllT,Thurlow. thmt during the list six wombs twelve or tlfieoa action* of ejectment had been brought, In volving to Some extent the aatne question at to title.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

fieverBmcnt Advertisements. f COMMISSARIAT.—FRESH MEAT. \j PROVINCE of AUCKLAND. -n K. ^vsd at the ott» of "'e ?omm!t' JStoLtftoAiuEUa. till *ti Dowoitiw 18M, for the Provinooof £»- ^^ 1Wt to 3Ul ^21^ ,,' ■,-. ,in wjj| he faouud to iww tb« killed JSV£3T£ the troops ut. all v£«nrt>era Vrsouired by the Communtuy-General, or o®«r aathoraMby him to Jo "">• will be made monthly, for the qu*nt.ti» eooount. « bnvnig »weu "ptafortber tafawrtion, apply u the Corami«ari»t Oftcc, Molboume. Medical. THE BLOOD! tSKCUBE GOOD HEALTH. HOLLOWAY'S pills, tube blood. Ae the vital Bold -when in a healthy etate ejwtaiM ^Urates ererrpartoftheeyetem, it is abundantly 1±SSdS «££« -"eh «*»£ power Mly upon the blood oan never exterminate rooted the heart, lungs, liver, stomach, K1DNEVS, nnd BOWBLS. Thie medicine acta immediately upon all these main ..,221™ <.f life etinmlatiiig and restoring them to a KdUbv action. U is the greatest pnrifier of the blood ~lS; h» the largest tale of any mo-he...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BALLARAT MINES. THE SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

BALLARAT MINES. THE SHARE MARKET. Maun. Jum* Smith, WDlUm Oldham, Wedta Klniton. and H»wklnt,Copelw4,*a4 Billejr, ihuebrdcen, report m foUowi: - ' B|II,»H| *«Ur<l«jr Evenler.—TV» mil* miW apaxd ren a aM thU erMk, Moadkjr «gd ttuedij Hit* the ibduM iilen kw*n tor him Udm ; iiu^Tui itwdnmrt <1 'ibi ^idioPi 1^1 itmn <e wamntwr nlMifaiiiiwt ia a Otiijeete etieiBLl* en—mwacecHrili >uii—mro—ii \^4^s^^sjnS3m ».»mlta«U» It!a^.Sfc* peWfW— 4* Uil* oW» --*• amMrialla* 5rSnS5 w. ~ «_ VL 6*imWeaSii*«ayj<)ia j-tWriue * ? WmMtfeamfc WW wiiitlC atMo, I murh Wit cwe—i Kdit4»or,— rates. Eton shares have been dtettlii'lktete'A £S0 to CHS-* decrease .injprln of ££ to £10 •Into ear lut quotations. We know' -r JfrtS; <o warrant thta msenlan, etourt thoairtiSGIE etlnoed by speculators to invest In a iMamSS owing to tkelr recent awsmplngv out, bu tint uSf Ita proper poeltion In the Mint Ibwe inuket - nS market dosed, buyers at £80, sellers at £81 Or...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STOCK AND SHARE LIST. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

STOCK AND SHARE LIST. WsutaUMT, Not. (. eew 1*3)0 1000 JOOO 80000 800" - tww i J' 100 80 Jotitfcnw, MB3 1 <^U»cf^(yntdLBa(J IB Tffuno*, CI tin* tlO jdciw DidMA, <9iw ~ "umUu, iDffWvood J Be«hr> d% tmt, Uti. >rrsa£ la-li Mam Comm. 100 Fmr_-_ •0 lOmad j< 8fyjliercaki, JBmdfiro ..{ 1 ilroatark, do... tipabmmX Bmffiffl e tt If InffWvood HtlKdn fiandigo t |M«w Obum,4a. io jgcra.Oga^ fflanc ItlHbtcn, D»T ' " ^8E\„ tt TflUTatVurAlCXtl ujrbao, da.. :VMaU,4* VlcUirit. CteM. tucrua tarwL flltllH ***""1 iMwkWwd.40/. fSSsSSpi: gtesssvsj . ,- *£ JSt'„.. • l3ag[ r# &, S e~t m &"&■ «•.—tt Tit-Hit It-*. M *»-** lit lU-lfc 114. »■-** 4 *4 St—lt UL-Mt HZOt W t* - #t—Tt IMK W, 10-u l"H £3 U# •Ml V*3*

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MINING. SUMMARY OF THE WEEK'S NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

wimm. SUMMARY OF THE WEEK'S NEWS. The season of res')wanes* is pining over tht< miners without any great stir amongst them a? yet. None of the Isle discoveries have j beencalcnhitwl to oaurc a rush woithy of the j name at this time of year, nor have tho ac counts from any of the other colonies bain good enough for pome time past to take men away from this. Thlngv are, theiefore,still sail U> ho dull, though the steadiness which is so ' cbui notorized is far from b-lng of an nnsatls fm-toiy natuie. Afe«more men have left Dar ling.Hat for the Great WYstrn diggings and other places, as all hope of a lead being struck on the flat is at an end. Nofurtherchaiigehas menrr d at Majorca br-yond the application for such an extent r.f land under lease I Hint it is feared no room will be left for | small partios of men to secure claims, as the fuitberoouiseof the leads Is developed. A pro mising rush on a sm dl fcilc hai set in to the Four-mile Flat, M'Oidluiu's Creak, where the s...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

MINING NOTES. TheAjax Association, Castlemaine, report returns Itepcrts of the _ „ btvi ben rrodtvd by Mean. WOUam Quti and hoesCktbertiM Jtecf United, Udo*.; Heresies Company, Wot.; Kew dram Oompany, ItOoa.; Catherine Beef <KeIth's), lSot,; Doited Oeapuijr, ChtouotoVfiai, Maryborough, gold for week, 37oa Dsylmford per Lekgrem from W—n. JacUa, Fkianocr, and Kara Wombat-hill Company, fitfot ; C mUb and York, S&oa.: Young and f*arty, 77ot; Golden Gate Conjniiy, lta.; Lodai Beat, 87oc.; Frfooe of tVahe Oompacy, Bot IkeMve Mining Association, Tamagower.—During tbe week nding the btb Inst. Ui toot have been cnnbed, yielding IMca amalgam from pan and rippke. The prospect! eontinoe excellent. The en gine abaft bac been sunk twenty-ail feet, Eaglefaawk Mining AmodaUoo, Yurenrower. — Only two mail enduing* have been rej>orted—one of eight toot from tbe H&tL level, yielding Sot. Sdwt. Ggr., and o>« of nine toes from um aeraty-five feet level, yielding Soa. lOd...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL. The Australasian Office, Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

COMMERCIAL. Auttra(trim Offioe, Brturdtv Evening. There wen no transactions of Import-, woe dating the few hours of basinets to-day,' end prioet rem sin unchanged, Flour for the country district* is In good demand, modules of smell parcel* of best qualities have been, made at fully supported rates. Bulk alas arid bottled etouts an being purchased freely for consumption, and ad fenced prices are looked' for. Prime parade of bamt and bacons are more readily saleable, but at unchanged quotations. Monday Evening. The market for imported goods has opened without animation; and until the arrival of mail advioes, business is not likely to become more active. There has been a somewhat, better inquiry for the country, but orders are •till of unimportant amount. Breadstuff) •re in steady demand. Good brands of Ade laide flour sell freely at from £28 15s. to £21 Kb. pet ton. At the former quotation, a parcel of sixty tone ol country brands has been placed. South Australian wheat is quoted at 1...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A NEW QUARTZ-REEF AT THE JAMIESON. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

A NEW QUARTZ-REEF AT THE JAMDBBON. The following report relative to the dls-: covcty of a new quarts-reef in the Jamleson; district has been forwatded by the district mining survejor to the boa. the Minister of Mines "Mining Surveyor'*Office, Jamleson, 81st October, 1864. Blr,—The dleoovelies made at Bailor Dill'* Creek slnoe the date of mylatt nport being of sufficient lm»urta/.oe to render it desirable that sou should he informed on the eulj ot by meanaof a apeclal report, I do anyrelf the honour to ennplomeot the infor mation previously furnished with reierenoe to tbat portion of my division by the follow ing additional particulars, Previously to the advent nf quarts mining in this district, a lew alluvial claims were being worked in Bailor Bill s Creek; but on the first intima tion of the discovery of gold at the Jordan, the claims here were altogether alandoned. From that period to the middle of July last, wbeea a reef, the auriferous Indications existing In the neighbourhood o...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

QUEENSLAND. The following report has been published by Mr. John Honey, Istesuperlutendent P.D., ll.C.C, under date Sydney, October 19, on the Peek Downs quarts reefs:— "Having just returned from the Peak Downs, 1 have tbe pleasure !o report on tbe quarts reef at M'Donald's Flat, The leader bears S W. and N.E., extending 400 yards in length. On tbis leader several boles or shafts have been sunk, principally by diggers, who have Ixcn employing themselves profitably in knocking ont the gold with hammers. Hear the S.W. end of this leader a shaft has been snnk to tbe depth of twelve fleet; the vein is clearly perceptible all the way down, : varying throughout in width, but averaging from five to six inches. I am informed some first-rate specimens bsve been taken from this shaft. Further on, st a distance of about sixty yuide, another shaft (No. 2) has been sunk shout seven feet I here the reef seems to have Urn disordered and thrown to tbe north. Ten yards from this is an open cat ting, ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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