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ROYAL SYDNEY YACHT SQUADRON. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 January 1866

BOTAL SYDNEY; YACHT SQUADKON. [FBOSI THE S. M. HERALD, JANUAllY/lf] The match for tho Viqe-cominodoro's cup, open to all '? yachts belonging to the Bi.S.jYvS. 'Timerace, half-' minute per ton; ^Course, from moorings of Farm Cove, round'the' Lightship and Sow and Pigs, back ; ;ronnd:uFort Denison, thence round a boat off Long Reef,- and back to Fort Mac^uarie. Distance, 27 miles. ;. The long expected /event, : which was -.to bringtu ,'gether all our crnck yachts, came off on Saturday. ; but; alas ! expectation* was sadly disappointed, and had it not' been' for the Commodore' the match would have .fallen? through^ altogether. 'The club musters1 12 : _ yachts, including four English,cutt3rB,\yet - from some ' cause or other only two entered, namely, the Commo .'dbre's English cutter/ Alerte, and the colonial -built1 cutter Xarif a, C. Parbury, Esq. ; it was therefore a race -between the two' largest vessels, or Englandv. New South , Wales. ? The Alerte had a first-class reputation . at...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LATE DR. THOMSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 January 1866

?THE LATE DR. THOMSON. One whosename cannot be omitted from the early history of Victoria baa just been laid in his quiet srave at Geelong. Dr. Thomson, ex-M.L.A., died with the old year, on Sunday night, in tho 66th. year of his ago. His career touch . ingly illustrates the lights and shadows of colonial society. Arriv ing in Victoria, when it' was Pprt Phillip, thirty years ogo, he* settled in Geelong, and professional suc cess encouraged him to enter public life, when men of the right Respect able stamp were rare enough. Ho -was the first Geelongite 'honored with the commission of the peace ; .'was one of the Port Phillip repre sentatives in the SjAaejs^Parha xnent ; and, after Separation, he 'represented Geelong in the firBt ?Legislative Council of Victoria. (Ho .went to England in 18S5, partly on private business, bnt also charged with advocating the right of thiB colony, to a free Constitution ; and with pardonable pride lie used to tell how, at his own expense, be followed. L...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE CHAMPION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 January 1866

MELBOURNE CHAMPION MEETING. Stewards : G. Watson, Eeq. ; Capt. Standieh ; C. S. Ross, Esq. ; H. Fisher, E=q. ; R. Golds brough, Eeq. For New South Wales : Buohan Thompson, Esq. South Australia: C. B. Fisher, Esq. Tasmania: Capt. F. G. Steward. Judge: J. G. Dougharty, Esq. Starter: P. J. Keighran, Eeq. Clerk of the Course: Mr F. Tatteraall. Weigher: Mr Isa-o Hind. X The above great sporting meet, from whioh snob, sanguine expectations of a day's exciting recreation have been entertained for a considerable time past, came off, in accordahco with the advertised notifica tion, on the Flemington coarse, on Monday, 1st fast/ Whether regarded from a purely sporting point of view, or merely as a holiday entertainment, the affair must bo described as in every respect an unqualified success. The attendance of spectators was, to all appearance, larger than has been wit nessed on any previous beqasioh on the course, not excepting the memorable FJying Back year. Tha weather, taken altogether, wa...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INAUGURATION OF WESLEY COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 January 1866

INAUGURATION OF WESLEY COLLEGE. This edaentional institution was formally opened on the 11th inst., by a luncheon given in the college building, situate on the Melbourne and St. Kilda-rbad. The schoolroom was tastefnlly deco rated, and a cold collation laid out therein, of which 300 ladies and gentlemen partook, Mr Stnlt, of the City Buff kt, being the caterer. Justice being done to the good things provided, the tables were cleared, aud tho more important business of tbr day cotnmeuced. The chair was taken by the hon. Mr Fraser, M.L.G. ' A choir, conducted by Mr John Russell, with Mr Fielding, organist of the Beans wisk-tstreet Wesleynn chapel, performing on the harmonium, sang an anthem. The litfv. Mr Hili- read a portion of Soripturo, taken from the fonrth chapter of Proverbs. The Rev.. J. J. Mill aud offered tip a prayer. , The, CiiAiRsiAN. observed that the present ought to be i cbusi(ie|*r.& a yed letter day in the history of B&e.thoaisin .iii^ Vibtoiria. Not ma...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHRISTMAS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 January 1866

CHHISTMAS DAY. Christmas has come again, with all its pleasant attributes of mirth aud enjoyment. Politics have beeu superseded by pic- nic parties ; election meet ings, by festive entertainments ; and it is to be TVa3 visited, Monday, by a large number of holi day-seekera, and presented a lively and busy scene of merry-making and festivity. Early in the morn ing, vans and ears, laden with living freight and hampers of good things, were to be seen hurrying towards the paddock, the visitors being evidently bent upon spending a merry Christmas under the 'greenwood tree.' So far as the weather was con cerned, there was certainly nothing to check their pleasure ; for a mere lovely day it is scarcely possible to conceive. Each shady spot was ocoa pied by a merry group, and the sounds of laughter and merriment, singing and music, gave fair evidence of tbe entire enjoyment of the happy people. The ladies flitted about in their light summer attiie like 8» many nymphs of the forest, and the ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VITAL STATISTICS OF MELBOURNE AND THE SUBURBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 January 1866

VITAL STATISTICS OF MELBOURNE AND THE SUBURBS. ^ : The Registrar-General's report on the vital statistics of Melbourne and the suburbs for the month of No vember is published in the Government Gazette. Tho total number of deaths during the month was' 324, of whom. 182 were mules and 142 females ; 194 were of persons under and 130 of parsons over five years of uge. A higher rate of mortality obtained in Melbourne and suburbs during November than in the correspond ing month of any year since I860. The number, of deaths was also greater than in any month since last May. Tho mean temperature of the month was about a degree above the average. Males and females diod in the respective proportions of 56 and 44 percont. Sixty per cent. «-f the deaths were of children under five years of age, against' 43, ?! .47,; 05, CO and 73 per cent. - t in -i tho *? month' of November of the previous five years, respectively. Twenty deaths occurred' on tho,21st; 18 , on the 29th, 17 on the 22adVand 16.pn...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHOCKING MURDER OF A FAMILY IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 January 1866

SHOCKING MURDER OF A FAMILY IN NEW ZEALAND. [FROM THE AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS, DEO. 80.] The peaceful settlement of Otahuhu was on Friday afternoon thrown into intense excitement and commo tion, consequent on the discovery of the buried bodies of three murdered persons, named Mary Finnioan, widow, aged about fifty-five, and two of her sons, James and Benjamin, aged respectively about soventeen and fourteen years, j oh the acre ^allotmsnt in which their. Jhbuse,' stood, about . 100 ', 'yards, f rqm ; the .Wesleyan C.hapel. It may .be in the recollection, of ? some of our readers .that in the Auckland Police Gazette; oi the 1st ,inst., a notification was given to.the. effect .that Mrs Firinigan arid her son John Firinigan; were, missing, .but'were supposed to. have gone, to-.Hplcitikn. The notice, was to the 'following effect :f— *' Missing, .since, ithe i latter, end. of the month of . September last, from her home 'at Otahuhu, Mary Finnigan, widow,- about .fifty''years old, fair comple...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FORESTERS' FETE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 January 1866

THE FORESTERS' FETE. ' The Foresters celebrated their filth annual holi day deuionBtratution, at the Zoological Gardens, ou Monday. Nine o'clock was tho hour appointed for tho mombora of tho various aourta to muster in front of tho Exhibition B^jjiNng.' from1 t fW PlftoS tb.fr .line of march was to be taken up. About that time tho brethren began to assemble, and soon afterwards formed u procession- down Lons dale-street, along Elizabeth-street, up Bonrke street, through Spring and Albert streets to Bruns wick-street, Fitzroy ; thence along Gertrude street, down Smith-street and Peel-street, along Wellington-street into Simpson's -road, down Hoddle-street, and on to the gardens. The various courts of the city and suburbs were well represented, and tho lively airs played by the bands drew together crowds of spectators, most of whom followed the procession till it arrived at tho scene of the day's festivities. Here ample provision was made for regaling the hungry and thirsty. Various c...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CONFESSION OF AN INCENDIARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 January 1866

CONFESSION OP AN INCENDIARY. -The Albary Banner, of the 6th inst., gives the following relative to the, surrender of the man who i oonfesBes to* have caused the firo which destroyed St. Mary's Cathedral : — 'On Silurday afternoop, a man, who gave his name as Edward M'Encroe, surrendered hilnself to' the ' custody of Mr SabIn spector Brennan, at tho police quarters, Btutiug that he was guilty of having' wilfully Bet fire to St. Mary's Cathedral, Sydney. It will he in the recollection cf our readers that ut the time - of the destruction of St. Mury's a supposition existed atuougJG some of tho clergy thai, the conflagration wua the act. of an iucendimj , aud tho iuquetit which followed the disaster was carefully watched over by one or two of the number. Tne jury brought iu a verdict that the fife hud been ucuiUeuiully cuused by'some'of the iuoouao bear era having ttroivu the ouurcoal~oh the floor behiud the altar, and they believed thutsouie ot the embers had ignited iutluuiiiitihle ma...

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A DISTRESSING DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 January 1866

A DISTRESSING DEATH. A litfle girl; lately nn inmate of the Geelong industrial schools, died in the' Melbourne* Hospital, on Saturday 6th iost , under extraordinary circunv Btanoes. from the statement of Mrs Hannah Wileon, the' mother of the' deceased, it appears that her daughter, aged four years, and her son, aged two years} were' 'sent to theGeelong industrial schools about fo'n'r 'months back. Aiyeekafter their being received intb'''tbe echbolg; the' boy' died,' bnt the jnoilier received no intimation of the. fact until some time after, when she called at the Prince's bridge depot; and was then informed that he had died of the measles. The' mother, not being satis fied, visited Geelong, and from what she saw of the condition of ? the children,' she was 'induced, five weeks ago, to take her daughter oat of tho institu tion. She returned to' Preston, where she was in service;1 and it wus only then; she became aware of the condition of. her. child.' On -its back and cheat were seve...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POST OFFICE NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 January 1866

POST OFFICE NOTICE. The Royal Mail steamship Madras will be de spatched with the mails for Western Australia, Point de Galle, India, China und the East, Aden, Mauritius, Re-Union, Natal, Cape of Good Hope, Suez, the Medi terranean ports, Europe, America and the United, Kingdom. The times appointed for cloning are — For registered letters, at sis p.m. on Thursday, the 25th inst. For newspapers (via Marseilles escepted), at six p.m. on Thursday, tho 25th iust. For ordinary letters, at ten a.m. on Friday, tho 26 th inst. For newspapers, via Marseilles, at ten a.m. on Friday, tho 26th inst. Lute letters will be received as nnder, provided tho postage and fee are fully prepaid by postage stamps :— For France or foreign countries, -via Frunco, ; at tho General Post ' Office only, from ten to half-past ten a.m. , fee, 3d; from half-past ten to ' eleven a.m., fee, Od. Western Australia, Point de Guile, India, China, and the East, Aden, Mauritius, Re-Uniou, Natal, Cape of Good Hope, Suez, th...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MY FIRST BORN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 January 1866

MY FIRST BORN.     This little akotch, takon from nature represents an     aboriginal mother and her child in a rude gunyah,     which usually forms their only shelter from the   weather, whether in sickness or in health. Unhappily the crime of infanticide is so prevalent amongst the natives that it is rare to see an infant ; but there are exceptional cases, and when met with it is found that maternal solicitude is sometimes as strong in the dark savage as in her more delicate white sister. But     what avails the mother's care if her efforts are at best but furnishing another victim for the settlers or the native polioeman's bullet, as is now the rule in a   neighboring colony.   No one can rend Mr Lang's little work on the "Aborigines in Australia," without feeling that a dreadful responsibility, rests somewhere, and that prompt measures ought to be taken to prevent...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 January 1866

BIETHS, MARRIAGES, iS)Dl!iTHS^ ; :.- . . '?;'?- births. ' ' :--;fc- -Kh :: Arohdalb.— On the ? 19th vlt.. at Bung Bong; the' wife' of W.u. Archdale of a aon. Mother and child doing well. , ,— ? Aitken.— On the 7th inst., at her residence, 28     Villiers-street, the wife of Robert Aitken, Esq., of a daughter               Bunnows. — On the 4th iha.tv.'.at her residence. ' Carl ton-terraco, Druu.mond-street,; Mrs Henry {Burrows, of -a son. . . ' . ' ..'.'?;' '.?'?'?,. i-V. '- Dando. — On the 2nd:ult., at' Grdlinm- street east, Sandridge, the wife of Henry Dandq, of a BOii. . . Gbat.— On the '25th ult., 4 Royal-terrace, Fitz roy, Mrs John Gray, of a daughter- . ?'} ? ? Love.— On tho 22nd ult., at; Ellingerrin, 'tae wife [bfMrA S. Love, of a son. ? ~ .-j Willlvms.-- On the 30th ult., af Elizabetji-streot, Melbourne, the wife of Mr ThbmUs;. Williams, hair dressor, of a da...

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SINGAPORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1866

? SINGAPORE. :: ?'- ?''?? ? . , ? The little island of Singa '=poro, ??? in ithe Straits . --of ^Malacca, ' through 'which ^'lie's the route, of ; vessel'' \'to and from '-the ' China I Beat, baqupies'a vtry favor ' able Bpot for a commercial ;' 'settlement, ' ''and' ; was '?' Bflleoted f or thatpuipOBO by ?'?' ' Sir' Stamford 'Raffles,' in 1819. JThe, town is situated ^ 'on the south aldo of the - island, on both banks of a ' ';' creek er'- rivulet, of the same name, and stretches* '' reasti for about 1J miles to amother small creek; called '^the'Roohe river ;' ! by 'these rivulets it is separated into '; ^thr'ee diatinot divisions ;?'?' ';'the';1 we'st'''inhabited;- by ' 1 Chinese,' the central vand' ^ best1' paitv by the'Euro '?'pennsi arid the east by' the .'Malays. -The central part 'ol: the town iB laid out '? 'in Tegular streets lined .with substantial- brick ' - houses ; and towards the shore ii ample space for .,. parade nnd carriage drivos. ? Sere are the principal 'public...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CUNNINGHAM'S GAP, QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1866

; CUNNIN GH AM'S GAP, QUEENSLAND. , r The r^adfrom Warwick to Ipswich is diversified by opoair mthotraoks whioh exhibit most beautiful roeky at d mountain soenery.' : The illustration chosen by our artist, on one 'of these tracks will give a very fair idea of an opening of this description, and shows in the' diitance the , double-topped mountain, and which '; forms a;1 conspicuous- object on the dividing range and the course taken by Allan Cunningham on his- botanical 'exploration,, in .1826-7. ; The passes throngh tho dividing rango are. extremely rich in botanical specimens, including the rarer sorts of ferns which,, in .the' crevices of the rocks, attain great perfec tion. The stag's-horn fernmay be found in luxurious prof uoi»nY with it gigantic antlers spreading from the forks of tho JHucalvpti, whilo the long hanging masses of Turioua parnsites, droop in graceful rnaBses, and .entwine with.-the .tendrils of various species of the ?wild clematis. We' find hero also, in great pe...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A VIEW OF COLONIAL SOCIETY IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1866

A VIEW QF COLONIAL SOCIETY IN : ' ? CJTJEENSLAND.. 7 ' ' ' ' '? ? The following 'letter is published by : the editor .of the Darling. Downs pazetiei— ' ' ' ? '' ?-. Deah Sm,— I picked up the enclosed letter, a few days ago, on the MiddleBidge. It is such a curious production; and tli« whereabouts being unknown to nie, that I faiiuy it will seryts' the end' for which it was written, unit reach 'vMy dodrestT3ihily,''if you will kindly publish' ib in the 'D. 'D\ 'Gazette. Your doing (30 will oblige, dear Sir, yours very faithfully, : ' '?'?'' ' ' Alex^npeu Meauns. . . Tpowoomba, lpth, 1865. JVTy dearest Emily,— I had a trip np to tho Ma ranoa — a river 300 miles in the interior — in charge of a bullock dray, when the English mail for last month arrived in Tbowbomba ; and this circum stance kept me from receiving your long-looked for and welpojne letter, until my return; three weeks after.' Before I read a word of it — before I broke the seal — 1' paused, and said to myself,' This was a...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CAREER OF A NEW CHUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1866

CAREJ3R OF A NEW, CHUM. Tho exertions of the police in tracing the ante cedents of a Swede, named Erick Otto Higelen bourg, who was arrested on Boxing-day under sus picious circumstances, on the premises' of Mr John Fry, of Lonsdale-street east, and remanded for farther inquiry by the city bench, on Wednesday last, have been rewarded, . by the reoovery of the valuables stolen frpn};; jbe Eey. Mr Handfield's residence, in November last, and in the discovery of the proceeds. of several recent burglaries. On the person of 'tHe 'pri'soper lyero found a deposit receipt from Modi's Itylgety in . liia favor, for £C2, and numerous skeleton keys ? 'and'throngh the posses sion ' of tho latter objects the police have been enabled to trace the)deprec!ation8 of this person since .his' arrival in the colony by the Great Britain, in September last. The Great Britain arrived in the Bay on the 21st September, and on the 23rd of that month Hip;olenbourg cashed a draft at Messrs Dalgety's for £7G 19s ...

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COMMITTAL OF A SEAMAN FOB WILFUL MURDER ON THE HIGH SEAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1866

COMMITTAL OF A SEAMAN FOR WILF UL MURDER ON THE HIGH SEAS. ?? Henry Rawlins, au articled seaman.ou board thp ship Salamander,._was, at the; ?Wjlliamgtown. police court, was; charged- with the wilful murder of James Brown, a shipmate, by .stabbing him with a knife, on the 9th ult., a few hours after ihe vessel had left Auckland for this port. , ' . . Captain James Clark deposed : The Salamander left Auckland about three o'clock on the afternoon of the 9th December, and arrived in Hobson's Bay on the 28th. Prior to the sailing of the ship, the owner of some cattle on board gave the crew a quantity of drink, unknown to mo. He also gave each of the men a glass of grog. 'We continued our course till between ten and eleven o'clock, when the- chief officer came to my cabin and stated. there had been a disturbance in the forecastle, and that one of the men had been stabbed. Being' unwell myself and nnable to walk, I sent the chief mato and steward to the forecastle to make inquiries. They s...

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LYTTELTON, PORT COOPER,NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1866

LYTTELiTON, PORT COOPER, NEW ZEA LAND. The fertile province of Canterbury, New Zealand, is approached by the noble harbor of Port Cooper, lying to the north of Bank's peninsula. For miles : off the ' coast . good anchorage is found, and here a land-locked bay opens with a width of 'two .miles, and runs inland eight miles, ? with ?umcient ? depth of ..water for Vessels of the . largest tomnago 'to. ride in' safety, and without a bar or shoal in its main basin. At the 'head of the navigable part ift small bay on the north side was selected as the site of * the capital of the Canterbury . settloment, and named after Lord Lyttelton, a chief promoter of the undertaking. Being completely surrounded by th'k sea on one side and lofty . mountains : on the other ih?ee. tho settler! had to octde a height of 1200 feet, and make a correspond ing descent on the other side to roach the Heathoote from which point the plains stretch away uninterrupted by a single hillock for 40 miles northward, and ...

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THE FIRE ON MOUNT WARRENHEIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1866

THE FIRE ON. MOUNT WARREN HEEP. I FKQM THE BALLAARAT STAR, JANUARY 8.] Bush fires — the nsual attendants on an Australian xnmor — have, for a few weeks, been prevalent in e district around Ballaarat, bat, although several ory extensive conflagrations have occurred in our mmediate neighborhood, up to tho present time ? little or no damage has been caused to any descrip tion of private property. So far, therefore, there is reason for congratulation ; but how long private property in some of the outlying districts will main tain its present comparative immunity is a matter that time alone will show. Bush fires can generally be traced to carelessness, although the person or persons guilty thereof may remain unknown. It be hoves those resident in the outlying districts — where, in the event of a fire springing up, not only their own property, but the property of others for miles round may be endangered, to be exceedingly careful in the use of fire during the summer months, and on the sli...

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