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BENDIGO RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

BENDIGO RACES. The entiles vera made 011 Taesday even ing, «t the dab-room*, Royal Hotel, View point, For the Rendigo Handicap,* sweep stake* of 6 cove., with 190 sova. added, dletanca one mile end a ha'f, there are twenty-three entries. For the 8andhniat Handicap, asaeepsiakes of 10 sow* with 160 so vs. added, distance two miles, there are twenty entered; end for the Handicap Hurdle Bace, of 60 sow., distance about two tnlle^ over eight flights of hurdles, 8ft. Oin. high, nine horses are entered. the itsoiao naanioar. . Mr, P.DqwI lug's ch g Falcon, sgod 0 6 Mr. James's bb EW, 6 yrs. . . ... 8 6 Mr. M'Senile's h f Birerlna, i yrs... £ 12 Mr. J. Ralph's br g Surprise, aged... .8 10 Mr. 3. Harper** b c Banter, 4 yrs ... 8 7 Mr. J, Dongs!* h g Shylock, sged ... 8 7 Mr.il Dsy* br g Warrior, 4 yrs „ 8 6 Mr. A. Smith's b m Duchess, aged..'. 8 0 Mt. T. Henty's br h Botarn, 0 yrs ... 8 0 Mr, T. Bavin'a grg Flatcatchet.aged 7 12 Mi. C.Taylor's b s litthjohn, Oyjs: 7 10 ■ Mr. P. J. Heighten*...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SECOND DAY.—WEDNESDAY, Nov, 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

Scoobd Dat.—Wednesday. Not. 16. At yesterday's meeting the attendance of pleasure eetkeis «u much larger than ou the pteviuus day, the animation that perraled the scene proportionably great, and the weather was again beautifully fine. IBB ¥& ADE8H BK'b Cl'P. A handsome silver cup, the gift of Mr. David Card, with a purse of 80 so vs. added by the stewards. Entry, 8 cove. Distance, one mile and a halt Handicap. Mr. R. Sevier"! b g Moatang, aged, »st. 71b. .. 1 Mr. W. 8. EvanabKlckof the Webds,tet. 41b. .. £ Mr. T. Tnrvey*a bl g Ouy Fawkea, 4 yn, Sat. 21b. Guy Fawkes ltd for a mile, when Mustang went to the front, and won by a length, Chrono was a bad third, and Guy was last. THE FBIHCE OF WALES STAKES. A Handicap Sweepstakes of 6 nova, with 100 . UBUUIhAC UWttrtwawr n VI v OUff, WW ■ VIA l\rj sovs. added. One Mile and a Half. En trance, 8 sovs. Mr. Horn's cb g Odd 8toefctng. Sit. 21b. .. Mr. Hecty'e br h 8atura,dyn. Sat 41b. Mr. J. C. Jameeb tb Eb.f, 4 yra, U-t. 41b. Mr. C. D...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SPIRIT OF THE ENGLISH TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

THE SPIRIT OF THE ENGLISH TURF. The lest English mail brings full details of | race meetings at Lichfield, Stockton, Exelcr, Derby, Weymouth, Warwick, Leioester, Swan sea, Richmond, Canterbury, Manchester, Ac., but the one chief subject of interest for our turfites and breeders will be found in the solution of the great St. Leger problem at Doncaster. The continued succession of | triumphs of the Stockwell blood shows us the increasing importance of Mr. Hurtle Fisher's importations of this fine strain. The " Bellinger," as the Yorkshire tykes call the ell-important autumn race for three-year olds, seems to hare been run under wcathcr disadrantages sin.iliar to those wliich affected our recent race for the Melbourne Cup. BetFi Life in London remarks upon this—"We hare had to endure many a scrimmage in our time, and hare seen all sorts of sights under all sorts of difficulties, but we doubt whether any man erer ' took stock' of a performance under less farourable circumstances than th...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE BALLARAT HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

THE BALLARAT HANDICAPS. The following weight* have been published for these races TEE BAIXABAT 1UKEICAT. One mfle and a half, age et lb. Ida saw. 6 0 8 e s o Saturn .. Chrysolite Glcnyuille Moeart Monitor Illumination .. age et lb. 6 7 10 4 7 10 4 7 10 THE BAliLAEAT CUP. Two miles, two furlongs, and forty-two yards. age st lb. i age et lb. Mormon .. a 0 8 Blink Bonny Falcon .. .. a 9 3 Flying Bade Barwon ..6 9 6 Moeart.. Rose of Den- Secondua mark ..4 8 8 Flear-de4ia Banker.. .. 4 8 3 Lantern Sbylock .. a 8 3 Illumination Playboy a 8 0 Stag Bosh ' .. a 8 0 Roebuck

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL. Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

COMMERCIAL. Thnreday E^olng. We are glad to state that Messrs. Bligh and Harbottle have relinquished the claim they advacced to the goods in George Wilaon and Co.'s estate, bjnded with Messrs. Grice, fumncr, and Co., the certificates for which were in possession of the trustees. A meeting was held to-day of the creditors of Mr. M. W. Oiburn, tea-broker or merchant, Geelot g and Eliasbeth-etreet. Mr. K. Cohen was in the chair. The liabilities were found toroneirtof bills payable, £6,120 8a 2d.; snndry account?, £130; total, £0,260 8a 2d. The assets were set down at underOpen accounts in Geelot g. £694 8a 101.; in Melbourne, £25 Is. lid.; stock at Geelong, £616 9a 8d.; do. in bond, £76 9s. 6d.j life policy, £160; total,' £1,400 9a .lid. The deficiency, therefore, is shown as £4.769. It is supposed, however, that the estate will not prodnoe £690 It it stated that the bnlk of the liabilities have ken Incurred within the last Me weeks, and that this is the second failure within fire year...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOWN EDITION. SHIPPING. HOBSON,S BAY. ARRIVED.— Nov. 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

TOWN EDITION. SHIPPING. HCBSON'S BAT. ARRIVED.— Not. 10. Tun bo, schooner, 90 tons, J. Morrison, from Glpp* Land Lakes 12tb lost. Hell, Neilley, aud Co., agents. Nov. 17. Midas, barque, 102 ions, C. J. Gallons, from Port Arthur 6th lost. No passengers. B. B. Nicholson end Co., agents. Golden Age, barque, SSI tons, A. M'Intyre, from Newcastle. N.S.W., 10th Inst. No passengers. Reid, Poole, ana Co., agents. Maggie, brig, 191 tons, W. H'Dooald, from New castle, N.8.W., 5th Inst. No passenger;. Dalgety and Co., agents. Kiilcrmont, schooner, 141 ton*, G. Dodd, fnm Newcastle, N.8 W., 10th olL No passengers. Cap tain Dodd, agent. Sunrise, barque, 257 tons, F. Duthie, from New castle, N.S.W., 9th Inst. No passengers. W. Dutliie, agent. Sydney Griffiths, barque, 323 tons, J. Fatten, from Newcastle, N.8.W., Stb ult. No passengers. Wood boute, agent. Union, brig, 168 tons, Isaac Birch, from Hobart Town ISth lust. No passengers. G. Lewis and Co., agents. Champion of the Seas, ship, 2,02 * tons....

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VICTORIAN RIFLE ASSOCIATION FRIDAY, THE 11TH AND SATURDAY, THE 12TH NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

VICTORIAN RIFLE ASSOCIATION FBIOAT, EBllltH JUTO SilCEOiT, THK 12th KOVWBtt. The fifth meeting of the aaoclation ha» bees broughtto a sucoesaful cloae. The pre eence of the Sydney champion* enanred goad oom petition, end the weather wu fine throughout In the early part of the first day it appeared aa if the ahootitg would he had, the bright strong can canting a mirage, which deoeived the marhamen. However, a* the day advanced, and the wind became more •toady, tite leering Improved, ao that the re fill taw ere respectable if not fitri-clasi. The mooed dap waa fine, and though the drifting wlcdaod the peering oloudawhlchoocarionally ebacnied the na were regarded hy the mnrki men aannlaascea, yet it may beaaW that they had a Wr opportunity of displaying tbelr dtUL There wa* nothtngextraordlnaiy in the acoring,W good awage (hooting was made ell round. What apedel feats were per fonntd,ibe champions of the dater colony on iUaoromftm achieved. Hafor-Gcneml Chate'a handsome trophy, tins BL...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

NEWS OF THE WEEK. The week baa been so entirely devoted to rifle shooting that there Is little to note beyond Ike performance of our riflemen. Doubtless the fall details we publish of the various etents will be perused with great interest. It will be seen that our Sydhey visitors, though they have not secured the Challenge Shield for their colony, have per formed brilliantly. Few in number as they were in comparison with the Victorian com petitor*, tbey carry off hslf the amount offered as pi lacs in the All-Comers' Match— upwards of £70. The gun-raft, of which a notice has already appeared in The Auilralatian, promises to be a greet success, The heart}'piece, a ninety fire-bnndrcdweight gun, has been pat on board tier, and occasions barely the antici pated displacement A public trial of the capabilities of lbs raft will shortly be made. A moonlight battalion parade of the Mel bourne and North Melbourne Bifles, the Carlton Bifles, the Metropolitan Artillery, and the Engfaeera, was h...

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

SECOND DAY. Victory still trembles in the balance. Half the men have yet to fire over the 900 yards— the final range—and the score stands at a tie. A good fight was promised us, and a good-' fight of a verity we have had. The Sydney marksmen have tolly maintained their repu tation, while the Victorians, sticking pIuckQy to their up-hill work, on Tuesday surpassed themselves. At the ranges where least was expected of them they have done the most. Sydney has always been considered safe at the long distances; yet in this instance the Victorians tied them at TOO yards, gained fourteen marks at 800, and with the 900yards shooting half ever have wiped off the re maining seventeen which stood against them. At TOO yards the shooting was brilliant—far surpassing anything we have hitherto had in these matches. The Victorians were in high bores of doing what they bad done before at this range—leave the Sydney men in a rattling minority. A good fight they made for it, bat the little arrangement...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE INTERCOLONIAL RIFLE MATCH. FIRST-DAY. VICTORIA V. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

THE INTERCOLONIAL - RIFLE MATCH. FIRST-DAY. VICTORIA V. NEW SOUTH WALES. Again it becomes a duty and a pleasure to chronicle the deeds of the riflemen whom Victoria and New Sonth Wales hare respect ively (elected to champion their cause. The ordeal is even now proceeding, and what the result will be it would be vain to anticipate, though the cognoscenti are one and all In favour of New Sooth Wales. Both sides have done well. The Sydney men from the start, and the Victorians at the close of the day, shot far better than they bare before, bat the Sydney champions have improved the mote, and have secured a majority at the very ranges at which Victoria beat them last year. With the match exactly half over, they hare a clear gain of twenty-six marks. It is the loog langts which have now to be shot over, and it is the long ranges which have hitherto tamed the scale in favonr of the elder colony. Nevertheless, as the Victorians have been scoring recently in splendid style at these distance...

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

THIRD DAY. 1 he exciting contest has been terminated, and terminated in favour of Victoria. At thq conclusion the score stood tbns:— . _ ilsrlrt. i Herons .u riT ... ... 1,921 | New South Wales i,3M | Majority for Victoria ... 17 A fine day g'addeced the beans of the ten i marksmen mth whom the issue lay. Cap tain Cnuchman led off with a centre I for Victoria, and the same instant the dark bine flag at the oppositi bote tele graphed that Lynch bad scored the saute for New South Wales. D mglas missed with the second shot; and this example being twice followed, the round placed Sydney six marks a-head. The next two rounds, how ever, the Victorians pulled up—Douglas scoring a centre and a buii's-eye. and Beds end Couchmsn following suit. At the third round there was still a tie on the gross score, and the interest increased. Thanks to Lynch and Richards, New South Wales forged ahea/l again on the succeeding rounds, ana with the firing half over Victoria was three marks be hind. Now it ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NOTES AND QUERIES. MELBOURNE ORCHIDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

NOTES AND QUERIES. MELBOURNE OBCHIDS. In answer to en' inqutiy in * regent issue, Dr.Mucllerhes favoured uswith the subjoined , number of orchids growing 'In tbe vioinity of Mdboume^seeordingto elutpnbliibed Septem ber, 1868, by' tbe doctor:—-Tfaelytnitra, 8 j dinria, 4i orthooeru, lj oiyptostylis, 1 pnuophyVum.S| ealwhilus, lj mioratis, 1 eyrtoetylis, 1 j chilogloths, 1, erioholus, 1 leptorora's, 1 f ctiladenia, 4 ( lypreanthus, 1 gloasodia, 1 j ptirotylli, 6) dipodlum, 1) arranthus, 1 j coiyanthoe, 1. These are all tenesmi. No epiphytal orchid is known to grow nearer tban Die ranges of Apollo Bay, where a earcocbilus occurs. [Two or three of these must be looked for on Uie Dandenong Banges. -Ed.] The beetles forwarded to us from Kbvr have i been sent for examination, but not yet returned. Peritaps, as simple a plan as any for diminish ing tbeir numbers la to shake the trees at sun rise before the heat. has warmed their wings, and bare some chickens rood/ to pick them up as they ta...

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

TO THE EDITOR OP TUB AVSTBJAAfllAV. Sir,—In tlieeaaay "On the Ancient end Re cent Natural History of Victoria," by Frederick M'Ooy, Professor of Natural Science in the University of Melbourne, end Director of the National Museum of Victoria, Ac., prefixed to the catalogue of the Victorian Bxhibitiou of 1861, at p. 143 I read the following:—" The moat daugeroua of all the anakea of the colony, both from ita size (uanally about fire feet), ite abundant diatribution everywhere through the colony, and the fatal venom of its bite, fre quently killing dogs, and occasionally men, is the 'brown enake' of colonists, the Peeudonaja nucJialii, cloacly related to the Kaja or cobra of India." In the letter of Mr. Gerard KreSt, Curator of the Sydney Muechm, publiahed in The Autiralatian of November 4,1 read thus]:— " Fmdonaja taukafi* ia not a native of Vic toria; it is frequently confounded with Diemcwa npercUiota of Fiaher, commonly known aa the brown snake in Victoria, South Australia, New Sou...

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

SATURDAY, JfOYEMBEB 19, 1861. A very startling statement wliicli has recently appeared in l'h; Timn is likely, if anything can, to recall the attention of Australians to the risk they nre every tUy running, while | absorbed in the adjustment of their internal affairs, of losing everything at once by a coup de main from without. The leading journal affirms, with a cir cumstantiality which bears every appear ance of truth, that in the event, as was expected, of England taking part with Poland, directions had been given to the Russian squadrons under Admiral Pop off to make an immediate attack upon the Australian Melbourne was to be tbe first place assailed, then Hobart Town, then Adelaide, then Sydney, then New Zealand. The ships that were to be detached from the New York station would hare mustered 45G gnus, and those from Japan and California would have carried altogether forty-three guns ; the number of seamen was 2,971, mid ( there were 127 officers. It is need less to say that Ti...

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

THEATRE ROTAL. The Ticket-of-Lcavo Man; end A Regular Fix. Commence at 8.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SAXBY'S DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

SAXHY'S DAYS. 18G4.—November.—:23, 30. „ December.—6,13, 80, 27. 18G5.—January.—3,9,16, 24, 30. [The 29lh and 30th may prorc a very troublesome period, vritli very high tide on the 29th.] „ February.—5,13, 20, 2G. ■ „ March.—5, 12,19, 2G to 28. [March 23th to 28lh will bo a dan gerous period, with high tide.]] - K.B.—If the day marked prove calm and still, distrust the day atler, aud especially the second day after.

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

NOTICE. Single copies of The ArsTBALiSiAK can be ob tained from all The Argot agents through out the colonies, at the uniform price of Sis pence each, delusive of espouse of delivery j or the jwper will be sent direct from the office bv jxvst to any nddrcss at 7s. Cd. per quarter, payable in adrance. Complaints of overcharge to be addresred to the General Manager, The Argot office.

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

TEA MAliKET. Messrs. J. C. Robertson tud Co. report as follow?:— " 5ii;cc our r» port uf the fitli in«tM Hit* Zo?(liW,4'JJib ) and the fcpeedy (€76,<XK'lb.) haw l»>th arrived from i Eoo-Cbow—the fomn-r alter pjusigt.'of 127 day*, iLc latter 102 days. ThcluOu^tdi'iicdurhigt ow I at l«cn ftUI princi; ally confine I to trade demand for ail ol congou, at our <pioiaium* ; vvuh. a t«"d luquby for ectnt d oranjre iK>k»c, of which, although We lint received *2,WO botes wilhiii last mouth, we have not n w b 'lHmtes in stock, several large )«arctjp having be i; shqijKM to Syduey At auction ou the 10th, about iioo pirkagm damaged teas, cx Cedars, hold at wry full rates, rang ing from la. 8Jd. to 2s. lid. net cash. On the l6Ui mat,, cargo of common tras ex Lailoc, from Macao, was offered, but w>UihH h dd, the attendincc id the trade being very small. The mail steamer , Northsm arrived ou the 11th ir.st.. bringing advices frotu China to 20lh September. 1'nirti F«i'...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

BIRTHS. Black,—On the l&thuH., it BornetriQe, North Rock* bnt}Aon( Bra, M. Hume Block of i uo. Br*ton.—On lie 9th inn., at the Old (Ueecoarse, Hey* burn, Mra. John Burton of a daughter. Babw6tos.—On the Ut itut., near Invercwgill, South land, h'eir Zcalaod, the «rtf« of O. Jl. Bablngton, Esq., C.E., of a daughter. Brum.—On Uie lltl tnsL, At her residence^, Nott* lUeH, Stndridge, the wife of feober Byrne, Ciq., Bkoisiiaw.—On the lSlb last., at Eliterawiek, bin. £. Bradtihaw of a ion and daughter. Goorefi-—On tfre fith Inst., At SMdualtirdi, the wife of Mr. J. Sintm Cooper, deck of courts, of a daughter. Jokes.—On the ISth insL, Mr*. Jnaeyh Jonea, Dram snood-street, Baltant, of a daughter. If aetix.—At Brighton-road, East $L Hilda, Mr*. Geo. Martin of a daughter. ITHaJvie.—On the 6th Inn., at St. KBda, the wife of J. 1>. JTHaflie, Foq., of Fhiltp Island, of toon. M'Ilvraitb. — On the 1Kb lust., at Bay-street, Brighton, Uti Thomas M'IIwtiIUi of a daughter M*qc«s —On the 6th ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OLD TIMES AND NEW. MORE BUSH ACQUAINTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

OLD TIMES AND NEW. MOBEBUSU ACQUAINTANCES. Although the' majority of aawyata and aplittere in oar forect wire sf jthe typo of which Old Shingle* and. Hoppy' Jack were •bout the matt favourable cemplaa, $he reader muat not euppoee tl»t they ooneUtutod the whole of our acquaintance. Amengittbe un tainted were three brother*, aona of aa Bngliah clergymen, two of whom had built themulrei a neat alab-and-berk hut, divided into a keep ing and a deeping compartment. Jheyhad oomforUbly domiciled themielvea herein, and being tolerably well to do; and hoepitably given, their place wee a ftvourite rendecvoui on Satnrdmneninge. The elder of the two war the happjpoticitor of a dray aadatenm of bullocka, in which the younger had no in ternet. In conjunction, however, with a mate, 0>e younger eon of a large landowner in a cer tain great wheat-growing opun^r met far from London—a tall, broad-ehoulderadjblg-limbed, eeey-going, good-natured fellow, Jem dudama, aawe will term him—he contrived to he...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
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