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OUR NEW ZEALAND LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892

OTJE NEW ZEALAND LETTER. . Chief Justice Sir James Prendergast has come in for another periodical windfall. As Admi nistrator of the Government during the inter* val that will elapse boforo Lord Glasgow enters. upon tho duties of his office, Sir James Prender gast -will be drawing half pay as head of the Supreme Court bench, and' a proportionate moiety of the £5000 a year in the capaoity of Acting Governor. Out of the two payments the Oiiief Justioo will be able to lay aside a nico little nest egg, as ho has done on many former* occasions, and it will be no cause of uneasiness to him how long Lord Glasgow's arrival is doferrod. Our now Gover nor is coming out by way of Australia, and it is his intention to havo a run through all the colonies, excont Ouconsland nerlmns. before taking his departure for New Zealand. He has ' likewise informed us that he intonds to vary his place of residenco in the colony, so as to make himself thoroughly acquainted with all its parts and communities, ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A UNIVERSITY CEREMONY.- THE ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892

A UNIVERSITY CEREMONY.— THE ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT. The animal commencement of tho Melbourne University was hold on Saturday, 19th March, in tho Wilson Hall. There was present in tho body of tho hall a largo and appreciative audience, consisting mainly of lady frionds and relations of tho students and of othors belong ing to the educational section of Melbourne. Upon the dais, clad in their varicolored robes of state, wero seated some 10 mombors of council, including tho Chancellor, several of the Uni versity professors and looturers, tho candidates for admission on tho various dogroea, and many gentlemen well known in literary and scholastic circles. A notttble feature of this year's ncnclomio gala was tho absence, of tho undergraduate element, and conse quently of that saturnnlian vociferation which has frequently in tho past boon the nocompnni ment of similar University celebrations. This may havo boon duo to the external attractions of a fine afternoon, but wns most probably owing ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
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SUMMARY OF EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892

^^^^^^^ps^ The Premier, Mr. Shiels, inaugurated the eleotion campaign at Casterton on tlio 19th ult., in a speeoh of characteristic length and potency of matter. Seldom hat) a Premier of Victoria ad dressed hi* constituents at a moro momentous crisis in the history of the colony, and it is acknowledged on almost nil hands that tlio Hpcacli was worthy of both tlio occasion mid the man. We are suffering now for the waste and extravagance of moro prosperous years. Depression is felt in every direction of tradonnd business. The ranks- of the unemployed are swelling daily, and want and privation are ex tending upward from tlio humbler classes to those who had boon onco well-to-do, if not of independent means. With tlio loss of trudo uuol the shrinkage .ot values follow reduced nutivi ties mid a falling off in tlio revenue, necessitat ing not only retrenchment but fresh taxation. With the country in this unexampled plight, it was a task of no ordinary ditliculty, one demanding 'exceptiona...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANNUAL DEMONSTRATION OF THE WORKING MEN'S COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892

ANNUAL DEMONSTRATION OF THE' WORKING MEN'S COLLEGE. . The annual demonstration and distribution of prizes in connection with the Working Men's   College took place at the Town Hall on the 22nd March. The body of the hall and the balconies   were crowded. His Excellency the Governor   presided, and among those present on the plat- form were Archbishop Carr, Sir George Verdon, Messrs. Zoz, Stuart and Hancock, M.L.A.'s, Professor Kornot (president of the college), Messrs. E. G. Fitz Gibbon, W. E. Murphy and J. H. Macfarlane. His Excellency, in his opening remarks, said:— Mr. President, Ladies and Gentlemen, — I think you all know the opinions which I hold. lam a tremendous believer in giving every man and every woman a chance to raise him or herself up, and I believe that that can best be done by providing them with a thoroughly sound prac- tical technical education. (Applause.) Science enters largely into every trade, into every busi- ness, and i...

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ROYAL HUMANE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892

ROYAL HUMANE SOCIETY. The monthly meeting of the .court of directors of the Royal Humane Sooiety of Australasia was held on 16th March.. Present — Mr. George Anderson in the chair; Messrs. E. V. Grim- wade, O. M. Spencer (hon. treasurer) and Row- land Wilks. Out of the cases considered the Following awards were, made; viz.: — Bronze Medals.— John Rawlings, of Gawler, South Australia, a hair dresser, aged 34 years, who rescued Mrs. Sarah Pope, of Norwood, South Aus tralia, aged 37 years, from drowning at Encounter Bay, West Island, on the 31st December, 1891. Hector Robertson, of Wollongong, Now South Wales, aged 16 years, who attempted to rescue George Thompson of same place, aged 12 years, on the 10th October, 1891, from drowning, near the mouth of the Tom Thumb lagoon. Benjamin Saillard, of Manly, Now South Wales, a carrier, aged 22 years, . who rescued Aubert Loughnan, of Woollahra, Now South Wales.a sharebroker aged 48 years, from drown   ing in Sydney Harbor, at Ma...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REMOVAL OF AN OLD LANDMARK. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1892

REMOVAL OF AN OLD LANDMARK. John Batman, pioneer of Melbourne, was born in Parramatta, New South Wales, but migrated to Tasmania to take up a sheep farm on the rugged sides of Ben Lomond. Discontented with the unsuitability of the land there, he became one of a syndicate to charter a vessel, across the Straits and explore the country on the other side, and being of a roving, adventurous spirit he was chosen as leader of the expedition. Accordingly, on the 18th May, 1835, the 30-ton schooner Rebecca put to sea, and after a tem- pestuous voyage lasting 12 days, during which time they had repeatedly to run for shelter, they succeeded in entering Port Phillip Heads. Having spent some time in the vicinity of Portarlington, Batman crossed Corio Bay and clambered up the rough, rocky sides of the You Yangs, from the summit of which he looked over the long rolling downs, thickly grassed and lightly timbered, that so gladdened the eyes of the famous explorer Hume. Turn- ing to the east, his a...

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THE EARL AND COUNTESS OF MEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 May 1892

THE EARL AND COUNTESS OF MEATH. The Earl nnd Countess of Mcath, who arc now in Melbourne, tiro busily engaged in promoting in our midst the various good works with which their names aro associated. They were first stnymg at the Espla nade Hotel, St. Kilda, and afterwards were tho guests of the Rev. H. B. and Mrs. Macartney, at St. Mary's Parsonage, Caul field. Reginald Brabazon, who sits as a Liberal in the House of Lords as Baron Chaworbh, is the 12th Earl of Meath, and in the 52nd year of his age. His lordship, who was educated 'at Eton, and who succeeded to the title in 1887, has been in the diplomatic service in Berlin and Athens ; been an Alder man in the London City Council, and is a Privy Councillor. In 1868 he married Lady Jane Maitland, only daughter of tho 11th Enrl of Laudcrdalo, and they have four sons and two daughters. The Countess ot Meath has made her name renowned throughout the world as tho initiator of the Ministoring Children's League, of which wo have some branc...

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MISS CLOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 May 1892

MISS 0LOUGH. Miss dough's name is known throughout all England and its oolonies, and her death may be mourned as a national loss. As Principal of Newnham College, Cambridge, she was beloved and revered in the highest degree ; and here in Australia, as well as in other parts of the world, there are many of her former pupils to deplore tho loss of their old teacher, coun sellor and friend. Miss Olough haa done more for the higher eduoation of women than perhaps any one of the sex. Indeed, ?thereirriight novor have boon a Nown hatfi/^tjijUego had it not been for Miss 'Clougl£^-/Pwfinty years ago, when Dr. Sidgwiok, Professor Stuart, and others, tried the experiment f.plj s^pfing '''Xbctures for Women' in Gambridgo, they wore- given at Mrs. Fawcett's house, and . much., frowned upon by many Conservative (pfcbpioV'who wore horrified at tho idea. Girls, oilier than Cambridge ones, began to attend the lectures, nnd it wan found necessary to provide a house for them to live in. Miss Clougb ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
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THE WINDSOR TRAGEDY. DEEMING SENTENCED TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 May 1892

THE WINDSOR TRAGEDY. DEEMING SENTENCED TO DEATH. The trial ot tho man Deeming, alias 'Williams, for the murder of his wife in Andrew-street, Windsor, last December, wascommenoed, before Mr. Justice Hodges and a jury at the Criminal Court on Thursday, 28th April, and termi nated late on Monday, 2nd May. Mr. *Walsh, Q.O., instructed by Mr. Finiayson, conducted the case for the Crown, whilst Mr. Deakin and Mr. Forlonge, instructed by Mr. Marshall Lyle, appeared for the prisoner. Prior to the commencement of the trial the evidence of Drs. Springthorpe and Fishbourne in support of an application made the previous day by the defence for an adjournment on the grounds of tho prisoner's insanity was taken. Mr. Justice Hodges decided against an adjournment, and pointed out that there was no evidence to prove the alleged in sanity. Mr. Walsh, in delivering his opening address, recounted the circumstances of the tragedy, the evidence of com plioity against the prisoner and tho awful nature of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 May 1892

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 May 1892

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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 May 1892

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. ' NEW SOUTH WALES. ' Amongst numerous other contributions, the mayor has received £20 from Lord Jersey towards his fund for assistance of the unem ployed. ? ?-'''. The Minister of Works has approved the ex penditure of £1000 for repairing damage caused by floods on the northern rivers during the last month. Owing to the extensive alterations whioh are to be mado at Parliament House, it is expected that Parliament will not meet till August, as the work whioh has been commenced will occupy up till that time. At the Central Criminal Court Samuel Kirby was found guilty and received a sentence of two years hard labor on a obarge of maliciously wounding his mother. Kirby, it will be re membered, out his mother's throat;, bub not fatallv, while under the influence of drink. At a meeting of the banks on April 8 it was de cided to reduce the rate of interest by a half per cent. The rates are now : — For 12 months, de posits, 4jr per cent. ; 6 months, 3£ per cent. ; 3 mont...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 May 1892

Tho Manawatu Railway Company intend try ing ail ingenious invention by whioli the guard by moving a bar indicates iu each carriage the nuinu of the next station. A small boll in rung at the same time to uttraot the attention of those iii the oarriage. The names of the stations are painted in letters large enough to be soon from any part of the carriage An interesting report respecting the oar boiiiferoua deposits of Gippsland has been furnished to the Secretary for Mines by Mr. Stirling, assistant Government geologist. It einbraoes tho data collected by that ofiicer during an extonaive examination of soino 60 square milos of country situated west of Koruinburra, and the doduotions arrived at ate supported by tho information obtained from a numbor of diamond 'drill bores. Mr. Stirling expresses a firm oouviotiou that tho whole of the aroa iu question is oarboniforous, and that a number of valuable aoams of coal yet remain to be developed, but their regularity and con tinuity can only...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 May 1892

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Tho imports of the colony for the quarter iiist ended wero £1,157,000, against £1,338,000 in tho same quarter of last year. Tho exports roached £1*591,000, against £1,270,000. .The principal exports. weio :.7-Gold, £471,000; wool, £805.000. The Railway Commissioners are placing two trains atthesorvicoof MieBrokenHillauthorities for tho conveyance of water from Mingary to tho Barrier, and Hay that if an adequate supply is not given the fault lies with the New South WaleB authorities. The Union Bank of Australia, in conformity with the ngroement made with tho directors of the two. banks in London, me now continuing tho business formerly conducted by tho Bunk of South Australia, but it will be several months before tho final re-arrangements in all brnnohos can bo made. . - At the Daly and Hanloy mino a man named O'Donnell committed suioide by placing the muzzle of a gun in his mouth and putting a 'string ro.ind his big toe,- and discharging the weapon into his head. Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 May 1892

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WEST AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 May 1892

WEST AUSTRALIA. The city council is now making arrangements to light Perth by electricity. Sir Maloolm FroHerhas been appointed Agent General for a term of two years. A miner named Perrymnn lias-found a nugget weighing 110. oz. on the Murclmon gold field. Tho quarterly population returns for March show the estimated population of West Aus tralia tn bo 54,322— an increase of 1037 for the quarter. The Government have decided to undertake the construction of the Blyfch and Gladstone railway, and the preliminaries nro being pushed on lapidly with a view to find work for the un employed. ? ? The following, written on the baok of a form of application for admission to the juvenile branch of the Oddfellows at Adelaide, has been found on the beach at Nan tier up, east of Albany :— ' May, 1889. The ship Dundee wreoked off the coast of Africa. All drowned except three, myself and two seamen. We are left to the mercy of our Maker on a small island in lat. 17. If this should meet with honest pe...

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ESTIMATED POPULATION FOR 1891. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 May 1892

ESTIMATED POPULATION FOR 1891. Tuo Government statist has prepared tho fol lowing estimate of the population of the Aus tralasian colonies . on . .the 31st December, 1891 :— — ? I Males. .Females. Total. Vhjcorla ~ 7! 606,918 550,886 1,157,80+ New South Wales.. 65U,b7O. bil.HM l.lbo.iUO Queensland.. .. 2ia,6b8 177,778 410,440 South Australia (proper) .. .. 161,093 155,730 320,723 South Australia (Northern Terri, .^ ^ . West Australia .. S2,22d 21,057 bA,2US Tasmnnia .. .. 80,aiV 71,702 162.61U New Zealand . .. 345,174 29/,8d4 6.5-*,UoU ? Total .. .. 2,089,379 1^809,799 i,899,178 Tho annual rate of increase per cent, for tho period j named under has boon as follows'.— — : 1861 and 1871 ami 1881 and ~~ 1871. 1881. 1891 Victoria 77' .. 3.07 1.66 2.83 Now South Wales.. 3.69 4;08 4.18 QiLeiiMland .. .. 14.65 6.11 6.28 South Australia .. 3.88 4.19 1.36 West Australia . . 6.28 1.63 5.30 'l'asiniiiiia .... 1.14 1.37 £40 New Zealand .. .11.80 6.63 2.49 ~~Total Australasia 4.51 3.61 3.34

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 May 1892

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 May 1892

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"DEEMING, ALIAS WILLIAMS, IN THE DOCK.' [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 May 1892

'DEEMING, AXtlAA WILLIAMS, 1ST THE DOOK,'

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