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MELBOURNE MARKETS. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

MELBOURNE MARKETS. wednmdat, nor. 9. Tbm Mills.—Flour ooatuiuea to good Inquiry for the country districts, mid of sufficient extent u to quite support prices, which are quoted u follow:— Fine sltx-drevsod flour, £24 to £24 10s. per 2,000!^. ; bran. Is. fid. to la. fid. per bushel; poUvd, is. lOd' to 2s. per bushel; ostnts], £24 per too. feCTAiL Maxxkts.—Butchers' Meat.—Beef, 4(L to fid. per lb.; mutton, fild. to fid. do.; veal, 7d. to 8d. I do.; pork, Cd. to Sd. do.—all accenting to quality. Poultry.—Fowls, fit. to 7s. per pur; geese, 12s. I to 15a. do.; ducks, fis. to 7s. fid. do. ; turkeys, 23s. to 80s. do.; cheese, fid. to lOd. per lb.; eggs, is. 21 to Is. fid. per dozen; butter, fresh, fid. to Is. per lb.; bread, Od. to la. the 41b. loaf; milk, fid. to 7A per quart. Good corned beef can be purcbased for 2d. per lb., and fore-quarters of mutton for 3d. per lb. Hatms&kkt.—The market has been tairly supplied, but the demand Ins been somewhat inactive, and prices have underg...

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

TM&Afi&ET, tatLBoMrUM |U>4 Cb,r»port:—" Bml' >wt tfnrim Ih* »•* tea Um IfctttarjUaa' for mot Urn* put, *hbni|h vt&OMdjirtiiaiiaUy to MtuI ; feifomiliilmnto^Ui*«rtMpttodt«toMtoata4Btr p»vtoU^tb«nUU<r ftonbakiiiritoKttutittd. to-mftiUi pnrOwM.' Mature Iimd'tBtotod'el tutfclMtt doty r» '-fett tt. 14 Urn! ; r»4 ortfovir li.il} .nlndtal btmi» wia tiuu.iUT«Br,.iii a 1 j*ral oi Un&Wi Itol, ttmmf wit toTiuir, In ohtoit, afclalljd. floenUdaft&0»P«ko$t|Mf(Miftfi»4riitfc» consumption, aod the. noaut arrivals are not «uffl dent for our requirement*, the market being at Um promt time pretty well dewed out. Borer*! line* here been placed at 8*. M. per lb., to bond, noA live jtmalnder of the parcel ex If trie Amelia Jim been quitted at Mine prloe, for Sydney aooouni. Sole* by auction here not been Important.. Ob the ttfy 96 packages ef tee, ex Haiti ElUabrtb, were disposed ofut la ft^d. to U. &L, ah faults, for net oeefa« duty paid, ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AUSTRALIAN TARIFFS. (FROM MASON AND FIETH'S ALMANACK.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

AUSTRALIAN TARIFFS. (ROM MABQa JlXV ITKTH'B ALHAKiCK.) Ti e following are the tariffs of Victoria, Ntw South Wales, Queeuelaud, South Atu tialla, and Western Australia* 1* MXWWJIf |PM» Gin, gal Rum, gab • ■ *hwir, g»i. Other tpblu, gal.. Opium— Defined, lb. Be*, lb. .. Ibtaflh blaoulactuied, Ih. L'nmapnfbrturcd, lb. .. .. Bheepwanh, lb. . Clgan, lb. Snuff, lb. Mice, em. .. DrlMftutUjCen... Motuaea & trade, cm. .* . Tea, lb. .. .. Coffee, lb. .. Rait, buabel Hope, lb. .. guar, cert... MM and eib died, ewb .. Usurduted, Wine lS WOOd, gal,. ;. Id reputed qoaita, tOL .. In reputed gist* In repntedffuwte, Older— ■ , To wood, gal... in bottle, ml. 10 0 ID 0 to 0 i In rtpeUd • id» •> Ua MttU *od tlmwd^ ih"..' >. tats and taffa, 1M MbUhlM Dealt, do wtlatebi) , t 0 • 0 g 0 0 g 0 • 1 0 0 g yi g 9 9 9 10 0 0 * t 0 « v 0 1 « t 0 1 ♦. A dohr or sens psr sent. Inwolee yghkt It lerlad I* Wuetaro iuetnlh npew all goods not Atatgsd wltb a ■ UWdWiW-, : . ; »Fares*.

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

)MMEROUL B/ tta AMInc* M btra AdoUide JUit W *«i*r or«iM<J»teh»i -t _ "tfetBwfcMtaiben) MMtritwiWAaU Wk,«odHM(^7 nabul&tnfeubM* <(». oTwbaat have reduced their quotations from day to : day, to the hope of tempting purchasers, but tore ' toot managed. to effect sales. There ia no great ; qutotity offering; tot no one seems to hareoxptrt; ortera, end there are no ppeeulatvi*. Flourtiequtfly , -dull, end ere tov heard or no transactions What,- i Some one or two loU ore offering at 9s. tit the Put, ' tot no sales tore been metis. Toe value In town Is about 8d. lees. Floor might be purchased at from £22 lo £28 per ton. eooonllQg to brands. These . prices tore not broiubt torwardany purchasers, and nothing Is doing. Bran is very quiet, and the value ; is about It. 4d. per bushel. Oats and barley are also reiy dull, and prices ate unaltered. Farm andDalry , Produoe.—Eggs, bacon, potatoes, toot, and lard are ' all taleaUc at quotations, and In demand. Batter an...

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

BERTHS. CanumBC.—On the Mi tut-, at Oaaanbihar, Kn. lodn»CUniiUtiftu,anh«a. CBun.-OntheSthiut, at birr ■v, In. V.Oimbmtttt Kirn.—At Mimtbun. an Mtanlar KtBgafaaoa. Mwna Ob tin tad Intt, at Hawthorn-road, Oaal Mt,lta (.luuitunt Kraut—On the ttth alt, At Iter rarfdence, 101 JtaanAmrMc^^Ha^u. Hetboarne, Hit Ham.—Oa Ux Ml uK.. at Partmie, Stnuifie, dpjaUiid.ln.Jawnsiildtm. OiRUt—On the Mid tilt, at Warrnambool, Hit. K OebunieoiaaotL Prrrax.—On the Sth faiat, at Inftewood, Hra. Laormoe Ofirer Peyton of a daughter. Bnau.-On Uu to! Ia*» at Wunook, Ha. Huaall altihivbur. Tmatt—On tba tad toat.atCnwraaor,EaatOtd Uagvoad, InfHttEraawitaaa. Vmtx-jOai tte Mfa^UHaybatansh, the erife Woau*.—On the Wat nit, at tt tu^ent-etrtet, Plta IgVtha Mia cf HrMwaidirUeoutd aam,aUll. TocaaKta.—On tie Slat nit, at bar rattduoe, VlDdik?, •oath Tana, Mra-Saur Tenasuaacta MABRIAGBS. Babcooi—Oarnrtnna -At WaHalala, South Aaa tnSa, br ttaln — Ha tat, Mr. Jamm Paditii*. nioaM>t»M.-0»«beSn*Md-,at«nialtiidili,b/ it...

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

SAXBY\S DAYS. 1864.—NoTcmbcr.—16, 23, 30. „ December.—6,13, 20, 27. 1866.—January.—3, 9,16, 24, 30. [The 291 li and 30th may prore a very troublesome period, with very high tide on the 29th.] „ February.—5,13, 20, 26. „ March.—5,12,19, 26 to 28. [March 25th to 2Sth will be a dan gerous period, with high tide.] N.B.—If the day marked prove calm and still, distrust the da;'after, and especially the second da; after.

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

THEATRE ROVAL

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

SATCBDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1864. The elections are over. The compo sition of the next Legislature is deter mined. Before many days are past Parliament will be summoned " for the " despatch of business." In all proba bility, the close of the present month will see both Houses in session; and some curiosity is natural, therefore, as to what politically is before us. It is un deniable that all other questions gave way on the platform before that of pro tection to native industry. If the Land Bill had been the engrossing subject of attention—as it was in 1858-i)— we should not have seen Mr. Wood defeated at Warmambool, Mr. Haines at Portland, Dr.' Evans at Maryborough, and Mr. Anderson at Emerald-hilL If j the pastoral tenants of the Crown bad been very anxious to see the existing law on the subject altered or amended, j we should not have found Mr. Snod ceass compelled to fly from the repre sentation of Dalhousie. Mr. Wilson retiring from that of the Wimmera, and Mr. M'Mahok sustaining a d...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NOTES AND QUERIES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

MOTES AMD QUERIES. TO TUB EDITOR OF TBI ACTCTUT.WUT. Dear Sir,—I hare oompared apeeimoni of 3 Eromui Bchrnderl in the collection of the | museum of tlie garden, and find no cha racteristic by wliioh the; oould be special!; ' recognised tram B. uniofoides, the now oom nionlv cultivated so-called prairie grass. Yoirn, &c>, FEED. MUELLER. [Tbu note, with which we have been farourcd by the flret authority on the enbjeot (Dr. Mueller), eeetna to eettle the quectaon of the identity of the eo-called Bromue Sohnderi end tlic prairie gran. -Bd.] Sir,—In reference' to "A, B.'e" note re specting the queetion whether gum leaves, u supposed by Mr. Hubert de Osstella, may not here suggested to the mind of tome ingenious Wackfclluw the idee of the boomerang, I should like to make a few remarks. Setting aside the notion that the boomerang is a very ancient weapon, and wae perhaps used in the earliest egos of the world, as indicated by figures on old sculptures, it is by no means probable...

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

FIELD SPORT IN ARDEN. One of the extraordinary superiorities of Shakspeare is, that he saw so vividly in the mind's^ye the scenes which his imagination had conceived, that the very places and people that he had never per sonally known stand out before us now as actual existences. Nothing can be truer to the realities than his suppositious rocks, mountains, woods, and wastes, excepting his men and women. The weird scenery of Macbeth, reflecting as it does the Bemi-hnman character of the tale, so completely tallies with the wild wastes of North-eastern Sootland, that it has been a frequent notion that he most at one time or other of his earlier life have made a tour beyond the Tweed. He cer tainly never went to Italy; yet the atmosphere of his Lombard and Venetian plays is thoroughly Italian. He as cer tainly never visited the Ardennes, bnt there they are at the present day exactly • reflecting his forest of Arden. The great woods sweeping over hill and dale for hundreds of miles are ...

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

PROPOSED EXHIBITION" OF , OOBONIAL GEMS. Sheas Is ft proepeot of • novel and deeply interesting exhibition being bold In Melbourne el an early date. Periodical display, of agricultural implements, maobine^y, «nd pin- ■ dues, ee well ae of horses, cattle, and other ■ livestock, bare been made for yean peat ; ex hibition, of poultry, flowers, and finite ate equally familiar j and latterly dog shows bare been added to the lift of public attraction,. Ho similar mean* hare, bowerer, been adopted to bring tba mineral wealth of theoolony under, general notice. It ia doubtful, indeed, whether the maee of the oommunity hat any definite notion that Victoria posaeefea many valuable minerals besides gold. The success of the St. Arnaud Silver Mines may hare conveyed a vague notion of the fact that the colony has argentiferous u Well Be auriferous deposits, but of the existence of other important minerals, such as' tin, sine, copper, and antimony, general ignorance, we venture to any, still exist...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NOTES ON THE FAUNA OF VICTORIA, WITH THE AUSTRALIAN ALLIANCES. No, II. THE MACROFIDE OR KANGAROOS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

NOTES ON THE FAUNA OF VICTORIA, WITH THE AUS TRALIAN ALLIANCES. No, II. THE MAOBOHDJt OE JUVOAEOOt. ' Tbe: kangaroo bat liean snob a familiar objeot for now well elgb a oentory elnce lie was first seen by Captain Oook roaming among tbe flowery herbege of Botany Bay, that no general description is necessary. ' Tbe kangaroos ore vegetable eating animals, browsing upon herbage like the ruminants, snd in some cases chewing tbe end. This latter fact is noted by Professor Owen from observation of tbe kangaroos in tbe garden of tbe London Zoological Society. Tbey vary in sfse from s small to a tall man, in which latter aspect tbey have degenerated from antediluvian times, as shown by the giants tbet remain (rum those days. A. no ticeable point in their structure is the elen der proportions of the fore parts. They osQally rest on tbe bind feet and tail, ex cept when browsing, and then they Bpply tbe fore feet to tbe ground. Tbe leaping powers of tbe kangaroo are extraordinary, and known to ...

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

country mm. Deriiliquln, it appears, toe recently beau vUltedlry a dbci|leof Jeremy Diddlor. The Pattoral Timet observes—" Ha paeeed himself j off as having been ' rent for,' to take tbe office of aucond in com maud of tbe Pattoral Tina. After spending a night at Iron's Hotel, and taking a comfortable breakfast in tbe morn ing, &c., tani paj merit, he visited some of tbe tradespeople. He first patronised tbe north side of tbe river, and, after fitting himself out with an excellent suit of clothes, be paid £4 . on account, giving an order for the re maining £3 ou the proprietor of this journal. He'then, In his new attire, honoured Mr. Marshal], the Innkeeper, with his patronage, and obtained from him. a horse, saddle, and bridle; and thus mounted, he visited Mr. Warwick, the saddler, from whom he got a capital whip, and then disappeared altogether. He represented himself as ' the coming man' for Kiverina. He was about twenty two years of age, of sallow complexion, slender, an...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AGRICULTURAL REVIEW OF THE WEEK. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

AGRICULTURAL REVIEW OP THE WEEK. Wednesday, Nov. 9. The flour marker continues to be la ratbur an uuwttiedcondtiinn. Prices were more firm for a few days, but have a doa award tcudeucy again, In couroquenco of fuitber arrivala o( breadstuff's iroiu Valparaiso. 0 its arc vory dull of talc, and it is flare 1 tb*t prices must fall considerably aa soou as tlie new graiu begins to come into the m .rket freely. No change has taken place with regard to luy. The quantity sent in is not large, but the demand continues slack. There nre still serious complaints of the failure of the wheat crop in one or two dis tricts of South Australia: but the blight ap pear* to be confined to limited tracts of country, though the crops geteially are said to be inured of rain. They are maturing too fa-t, and will therefore be light, except where the land ia stung, lu consequence of the great increase lately in the number of die eased cattle slaughtend, the Muuicipal Coun cil at Adelaide havedtcmcd it requisi...

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

THE C0L1BAN WATER SCHEME. A deputation waited ou the 8th on the Hon. Minister of Miner, under the following cir cumstances. Nearly a year ago a Mr. Wardlu made a proposition to the Government re specting a scheme, of which he was more or lees the author, for supplying water to Castle maiue and Snudhuist fiom the sources of the Coliban. At that time the atteuliou of the Govutiment was directed to the drainige areas of that dlstiict, «n account of a similar scheme propounded by a Mr. Brady and otheis; and as the effect ot Mr. NVardle's ap plication was underet-.ol_to tie for Govern ment assistance, the Mining depart men t did not commit itself by any promise. Mnuy months afterwards a Mr. Reilly, till then un known to the Government, so far availed himself of the existing water-right regula tions as to mi ke a formal application to the Government for a water-right embiociug the drainage areas at tb< beads of the Colib*u, and a race by which to convey sprier to Castltmaine an...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WINE AND BEER PRESERVERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

WINE AND DEER PRESERVERS. Sir,—Your correspondent " Bibulous " I 06kcd, iu your last issue, if certain state- j mcuts made tbrougli tbo press relative to i nine and beer preservers wore rcliiblo, and If so, where the instruments could bo ob tained ; and I liave much pleasure iu afford ing Mm Ibe necessary information. The simple invention of Mr. James Harrison may be obtained oil application to that geu tlemau himself, or to Mr. William M'Mullen, wine merchant, both of Gceloug. And as to the efficacy of the inreutiou, I thiuk it | hardly necessary to say more than (bat it is being generally introduced into hotels and private families with tbc greatest success. WLcu I tell ycu that in several hotels in Gcelong yon can now net a tumbler (sis to tbe quart) full of good-llavoured, sound, and wlioleiome wine for tbe sum of Gd , 1 disclose 1 a great stride made in the development of | our colonial wine trade, hy (he invention of ! Mr. Hariison. And when 1 further tell you that colonial wi...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SNAKES SPRINGING AT OBJECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

SNAKES SPRINGING! AT OB JECTS. 6ir,—In a recent number of The Auitral asian, I think 1 saw a notice, from a good authority, to the effect that the idea of snakes springing at people wis a vulgar error, and that from the construction of these reptiles it was impossible that they could spring at anything without destroying themselves. Perhaps the authority I allude to and myself may differ veiy materially in our idea as to what a spring means; hut as two of the narrowest escapes I have had from being bitten by these reptiles resulted from " a spring" in both cases, I will jost describe the occurrences. In the summer of 1885, as I was walking ons evening just before sun down along with a fricud past the fence of • gnu paddock, on Myrtle Creek, New South Wales, a large lead-coloured snake suddenly thrust his open, death-dealing jaws a dis tance of at least three feet from the bottom rail of the fence, at a height of about twelve or fifteen inches frost the ground In the direction of my ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOR AMATEURS ONLY. POT GROWN PLANTS IN BLOOM. (.Judges—Messrs. J. Smith, W. Taylor, and W. Clarson.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

FOR AMATEURS ONLY. TOT GROWN PLANTS IN BLOOM. (.Bulges— Nossre. J. Binith, W. Taylor, anil W. Single Specimen Plant, in bloom—First prise, Mrs, l'yke ; second prize, — Smith. New or Hare \ lont—Mm prize, Mrs Pykc ; second pike, E. Howitt. Fnclirias, three distinct varieties—First prize, II. Smith. Petunia, single specimen—First prize, II. Smith; second prize, Mrs. l'yke. j Calceolaria, single epecimcu—First prize, F. Ritchie; I Kain'i prize, Mrs. Pykc. rdaigonium, single si^ecimen—First prize, Mrs. Tjke ; second prize, F. Ritchie. Ftlarponiutn, faucv, single specimen—First prize, Mrs. l'yke. Fern*, six varieties—First prize, Mra. Pvko. Cinerarias, sii gle specimen—First prize, II. Ritchie, Collection Moss Ko>es—Extra prize, Mr*. Harlot. An cmanii-utal Vase—Extra prize, Mrs. Ryan. CUT FLOWERS. (Judgt»6 same as l>cfore.) Misccllamcus Collection of not less than Twentj* four Varieties, one variety in a tube—First prize, Mrs. P>ke ; second prize, F. Ritchie. For a Collection of...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OPEN COLUMN. SAXBY'S WEATHER PREDICTION'S. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

OPEN COLUMN. iSAXBY'S WEATHER PREDIC TION'S. TO THE EDITOB OF THE AUSTRALASIAN. Sir,—It was with considerable satisfaction that I recently saw by (be papers that our astronomer, Mr. lillery, had boldly exposed the absurdity of Lieutenant Saxby's pre dictions. It was bold in Mr. Ellery, because in doing so be bad to encounter a popular prejudice wbicb has sprang ap in this colony. Every man who has the hardihood to attack apopular prejudice is sure to be ex posed to a world of abuse. It has always appeared to me from the time of the first announcement here of Mr. Saxby's name and predictions, about the end of lest year, that be is a very harmless prophet, who is inclined to make a little money as many others do by a little im position on popular credulity. After read ing his letter, addressed some months ago to The Argue, this opinion wasTather con firmed than shaken. Any one who has bestowed the slightest attention upon meteorology, or who has con sidered how many invisible agents a...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PROVINCIAL TURF. CASTLEMAINE RACES. (ABRIDGED FROM THE M. A MAIL.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

PROVINCIAL TURF. CASTLEMAINE RACES. (ABUDOED nox IU V. A. KAIL.) Stewards—Mean. A. W, Robertson, W. A. Zeal, T. Buttcrworth, K. J. Rawreniw, J. Ore, F. A. 8. Held, B. Butterworth, J. Pongall. F. Beddard, W. E. Blcbaids, N. Fitijerald, and A. Matthews. Treasurer—Mr. F. Bed dard. Judge—Mr. F. Sweeney. Starter— Mr. A. W. Bobertaon. dork of the Coarse— Mr. Q. Dawn. Toesdst, Nov. 16, am WeoHnntv, Nov. 10. Tuesday was the Bret day of the Ceatlemaine Bprlng Meeting, and If any proof won want- ! log of the interest with whloh It has been j regarded. It would be furnished hjr the faot of the large numbers who assembled on the oosree to participate In Mm sports, and the general eagerness at to the result of the roo tling. Tbe day broke with fair tokeu of line weather, which were fully realited. With regard to the raoee theouelres, ex pectation, we believe, 'was fully reaUaed. The acceptances wore certainly not to nu merous aa oouU have been desired, buttho lunnlng wasgood, and that for the ha...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
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