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FLORAL FANCIES. A CHAPTER OH THE CHRYSANTHEMUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

FLORAL FANCIES. A CHAPTER OH THE CHRYSAN THEMUM. It ii pleasant to observe, 15,000 miles awe; fiom the shores of England, that w . bare not forgot our old lore of flowers. Urban homes and rural homesteads alike proclaim in some fashion the permanence or this national taste. It may not be very tasteful, and even sometimes as Incompre hensible to outer sense, as when Benedick, with no cogent necessity to the contrary, selects a plain partner of bis joys and sorrows; bat it exists in vital strength for | fotnro cultivation. And truth to say, a Mel bourne garden of the common kind may be described and catalogued In a very few words, | and characterised by a general weedlness of aspect not agreeable to one who bas un- ■ covered to that most worthy of knights and dignified of cultivators, Sir Joseph Paxton, wbo might be Prime Minister In the court of Flora. There Is, of course, the inevitable and charming cells, or Nile Illy, a water plant which, amongst other nature-con tradictions, take...

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

YAMS AND THEIR CULTIVATION. Living as we do In a climate so congenial | for the production of a variety of plants peculiar to semi-tropical or even tropical! regions, we may justly wonder why so few of such have found a place in oar gardens or fields as yet. Sweet potatoes, yams, various dye and fibre plants, and many others, might be cultivated saocessfally with us, as several experiments made with their cultiva tion in our botanic gardens or In private establishments have generally proved success ful. A few remarks on these 'subjects may perhaps be of some use to parties who Intend j to try the cultivation of some of these plants. We bave chosen the yams as the subject of the following lines, partly on account of their very great Importance as an artiole of food in many countries, partly, also, because it is not yet too late to plant them this season. Former experiments made in various parts of the colony have also shown that their culture may be successfully carried on in onr cli...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ON HYBRIDISING AS APPLIED TO THE VINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

ON H YBRIDISING AS APPLIED TO THE TINE* w ^ «ul)Jeniof bjbridtMlinn U ot doep If porUnpp, In » new conntr/ ft b to Iw mp* jx»cd flu* idbMIm ofiknr pwtfotbr ^pUBtortjbuktodnjitoitte^wt ttllht pre sent ^ddtfloiial feowanwpjuiuwu, mo)) u wow pwM*/ ihw ttw of fonrfgn IntrodopttoojOt ptondng otoer torfliw»,w *n tffnitt. Wp town ftom BMdMtfwtfb* ocmpodndlnjf and foond^VW^ «iuvb«r The fruit malt be permitted to remain on the (dent till It leperfeotly ripe. In July or i the beginning of August the seeds niej be ] eown In pole end plunged in e gentle beet; tbey trill come np in * few week*; if the I young plente ere too tnaoh crowded they me/ : be potted off in em ell slud pots (forty. eights), end repotted into others of e larger I else if tbey require it. The following season tbey tney be planted out, end treated a* 1 Other vinos of tbe same strength; lu three or four yeans the approved aorta can be marked, j and the others thrown out or grafted.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FARM & GARDEN. NEW FRUITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

THE FARM & GARDEN. r yeoman matter, continued Jh>m ike its page] NEW FRUITS. There have been acooonta of new fralb of colonial origin from lime to time, meoy of there kind* when brought before the bortl culture' eocleltei have received oommen dntlotiB sun -raruugMM or mem; nus little ts really known t>f thorn by the stride world, end no systematic method he* been pursued Jn regard to «w tainlng their qualities, end piecing the, -.,1,11c In possession of Information on thte Lnt, so that people might select the sorts which they require. Beelly good varieties r frUjig of colonlel raising wonld be held In jnucb esteem. An t^nce mr two nay be civrn hy some fruits originated in this and tho neighbouring colonies,—as the Mansfield i .erfllfg eprloot. en early end first-rate variety, raised in Tasmania; the' Johnson* seedling apple. <*»» Tasmania,-a very fire apple f<* kitohen nee, early, and an abundant beam. Among the fruits exhi bited at the meetings o...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LETTER FROM QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Nov. 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

LETTER FROM QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Nov! 6. Leaving the state ot the weather—that ever fruitful subject for correspondents when every thing else tails—to the end of my communica tion, I will commence with a hint to some of vour readers—for it is taken for grautcd that all the admire 1*8 of the Yeoman have trans ferred their allegiance to The Australasian. Well, several letters addressed to "Tanxa" have found their way to me. I fulGHed the requests of the writers so far as lay in my power to do so. At the present moment a letter lies before me asking for some banana plants, | or suckers, as they are called. Row, as|it will require something more than a sixpenny stamp to convey the required plants to Mel bourne (where they are requested to be sent), without in the smallest degree meaning dis respect to the writer of that letter, I must say that it is taxiug me too much to transmit such commissions at my own cost. However much my love of the horticultural art might induce me to do so, I ...

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

GOUNTEY NEWS. Our Geelong correspondent writes:—" Lake Hoodewarre, near this town, is higher now than it has ever been known by any of the European resid-nts in the locality. Dp wards of a thousand acres of farms on the edge of what need to be known as " the L ike are now under water, in some places to a depth of ten feet or more; aid, in conse quence, the owners of these farms have bad to go carrying on the roads or stocebreaking. The lake is so fiituat d that, until it rises about twilre or fifteen f,et higher, it can hive no natural outlet. A surveyor has recently been employed to ex amine the locality, and he has suggested a plan for drawing off the water that will afford the double advantage of draining and irrigating the lands on the margin of the lake; hut the majority of the landowners are so poor that, without Government assistance, they could do nothing. At present the school house is useless, the water being halfway up the windows; a bridge, that used to cross one of the ...

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 — 19 November 1864

MINING. SUMMARY OF THE WEEK'S NEWS. Oq all the New Zealand gold-fields, ^he minus appear to be settling down steadily, no important rush having occurred for some months i est, Accotdiug to the last acoounts from Dunulli), the Mulyneux had risen sufficiently high to put a stop to Work on most of the river bed or beach claims, and as we have not btcu t Id of any very large finds duiiug the lime free aocees could be had to tbtsv, we may presume that such were not obtained, aud that river claims will not be ufuln held during mouths of idleness, in tits hope ol a few mix k»' work at length making up for all the Lime lost. Sluicing and other ojterutions are, ho* ever, prosecuted vigorously atdiflcnaitrpotsin the viciuity of the rivers, and I lure appears to be no rrsntof profitable ground; but tho miuer must now hsvo more or lite capital to insure him success. There have been new places opened in different directions Irom the liver, but none of suffi cient promise to attiact a large numbe...

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

NORTH OIPPS LAND. (MOM OUB OWW C0KBB8P0NDENT.) II is not difficult to predict that the future of North Gipps Land will bo u glorious one. The Argus lias from time to time giren re ports of the progress undo in the district, and especially at the Crooked Rirorj but ere long it will be necessary f«r you to hare correspondents at scrcral other rising townships, for the plttoes . spring up with marvellous rapidity. The opening up of the inland lakes by the Gipps Land Lakes Navigation Company will, if suc cessful, produce a revolution in the trade to the upper portion of the country ; for no one ! who has once made the coach journey from 1 Port Albert to Sale will eTer forget the honor* j of that road culminating in the now_ famous " punt Lone." 1 auppose by this time you are in possession of the opinion of your chief I harbour master, Oaptnin Ferguson, as to the J practicability of the entrance to the lakes, espe cially in a dry summer. Having made the , passage myself, I must say Urat ...

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

TALBOT. TTw tmJ oeott* or *UrtoU«iliittiU dWrtai. tt* *oont Oreeoock Ism), U i tWhj ifl ihe «WotJok»ofii» "" jmkbiV ' " PT! effected at Hewn Ooastlckl maoblne on Tuesday lent, end from which they obtained tbemagrilfloent yield ofl05ojs. 2dwi. of gold. The tbloknew of the (ode variae from two'to foui feet, and aiell the atone U pay. ebte, and a good deetor It u rich a, thft above yield Indloatea, it will be eaally aeon that (be value ot Hewn Kehlet'a olaim ie considerable. Hoc la at all llltely that the good fortune which the pros poo tore have met with of late will be eaolaalvely confined to them, as we find that the claims lu work both north and south promteeos abundant ayield a* tbelre. Altogether, quarts reefing la decidedly Dialing rapid program at A in bent, and as much attention ban lately be>n tier towed on the reefs thereabouts, at a oonseqnenco of JUenn. Kehletaud Oo'a aococi-s, weahall no doubt eoon bear of farther eucoetwe heW nut with in ibat netghbjurbood.* -Ijtadtr,...

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

ST. ARNAUD. £r. Abiuud Silvbe Hires Assocuvro* _ A contract fax tLls week behu (aba for Sinking • wince on the fifty feet level on Sebastopot. The abaft on the Silver Beef U going down at rapidly at possible. This abaft <b being earned down wltb the reef; abd it Is the manager's wish that It should be sunk to tbe water level. The atone coming out Is very good. Tbe Freiberg Cum)»ny have been for a considerable time prospecting their gtound. As they are In treaty for tbe purchase of a Chilian mill we presume the indications are favourable. On Mugg'e-flat there are only two or three parties at work. A shall has been bottomed at something over fifty feet, and is now being driven. Of the hill in the neighbour hood, there Is pnly one at work, which is said to he giving wages to the party engaged on It. On the Cap Lead most of the claim* aro nearly worked out. The reserve oppo site the Folioe-camp, which was rushed last week, has been deserted by all save one party, w ho are pad...

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

SANDHURST. Builebawk Heme,—A number of new rlilta an elreadyluroliig out payable stone. Of,(beer, the Coneerraiiro Company, at the jup.-tion of the Eaglehaw and Bailor's Gully toils, had a crushing lait week of fiby-tlx tori of quarti, yielding a cake of forty-four opicee. The atone it near the curfew, and tbieiaa large body of it. The adj lining cliiin—the Bui of IWby Company—4< likely tOprove even better. From Porter's claim, or the OcKMbtn Beef, good prospects hare ben obtained; a trial crushing yielded 12 a. (Wat. Nixon and Co, on the Carocoe line o' rrcf, hare now found payable alone, and tieir last weekh cake weighed 18ox lidwL. Mlcbetl aid Co, on the IV rondure, hare aso been fortunate in finding quanta that till yield four ounce! to the ton. On ths Bar Reef Cook and Co.ii claim piyfoosd kst week a cake of thirty onooes; Httijck - tnd Co., ten ounces; and the Star Beef Catai tsny had one of 80os. ddwt The North (uthcriue Beef Company bad a cake of S3os. 'GJwt, and ...

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

MALDON. A txlf-jmir meeting of abarefaoMen in tbe Beehive Mining Association {Tamsu gewtiiwaa beld, at tbe company's office i, in Melbourne, on Monday; Mr. M. IKeogii. chairman of the board of management, pre siding. In the report submitted it eu (total that, altbocrh tbe proBU for the Bret fonr toon the of the half-year only (mounted to £216tt*.6d., yet theaalUractory result*ob tained In the months of September end October aitlet tbe baud to pay » divi dend of 10s. pir Ant In tbe month of October SIM ton* of etone wem orsabod, yielding 480c*. Strt 18*r. »nid, and mllthDg £1,888 7*. 4d. Durifc. « o < <" -f year ending October 81 there eew . . . ran* of etone crashed, yielding 1 lBhrt. 1887- smelted gold, end reuisli £UB6 7s. lid. 11m company's ground . being effectively opened up nnder tbe Mb system; and the directors have made arrange ment* by which the tribnteia agree to ply twenty per mat. op ell monthly yidds ave nging lira than ten ounces per week, and fit...

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

NEW€HUH OOMTANY. A^>ecUl finer*! bu»Uii« of «&wehol4«r' . talbe kewtXmm inn to* OompMOr WM W4 II«7 tfadnirtiMfcttetipNdV. p#^B«Uii P~M«L Tta tt-Uwt :«• —"AoJJi* the jxujmm itdieMiifllf) l«f& tomato* *»oi

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIPPING. HOBSOWS BAY. AHRIVED.—Nov. 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

SHIPPING. HOBSOWS BAY. AHEIVKD.—Hot. 11. Oo.*t LMO tool, S. iS^sras^x^eiasei Sin. John IMaSliinw, Jo«ph WUUmm, wnire Mid Jooeph." Fir SJdnoy-DajHity Aadataat JJJSn/lMUj-Oflhertl Aimatrong, Soigaaat and Mi*. SCwd Are ohUdran, Xwt Bdbartnm, IKwd. John dparkot, agent. ■ {Xiorong, «•»■• XX ton., Win. M'LaaG, from Ad» ,.KirU Paaaangei*—oalooe! Ml*. Uuronoa, ! ucker, 0»plain Uroe, _ .?*!*'_.mI. fL££Z5! Dunbar. Thome* La mar s and aeran In *ba ataaraga. nrueckan, UUoknood, and Co.. agenta. .Nor. It. Warrior, thin, 010 toon L. W. MnrllL tnmBonc Kong, Via oydn*y OodTnot Baramsmlna adnata hanioa''*i» Vhb, B Oabal loro, Iron VMlpaiMw AogurtB. Mo purtiigan. "pStaVhSjlraoa, IOaK™, B. lbonar, IronNt# caade, H.BW., «W> ulL lio pameogei*. Plgott B*IMoo.mSS.*^^aAOOOtona, J. M'LaMaa, Iron l>nnodta ittalo.t. Aiid MMter HMtell, Jt»* fiwb*t» Iu*».WopB, Hn* Mies Otatf, Mr*. Atto*, Un. J. Mm vo& ?£nl, kit-J. Heafkar, Mr*.Dairy mpto, Mr*. Nlmmo, Mi* MUM. Mia. Beather, Mil* Bra.taai Mia. WUaon...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PER GREVILLE AND BIRD (REUTER'S AGENTS). NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Nov. 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

FEB GBKTIIXB AKD BIBD (RBUTEB'B AGENTS). NEW SOOTH WALES. SYDNEY, Nov. Si Prime fat cattle axe firmer; they realised £6 per head, and sheep lfa., ttnlay.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, Nov. 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE. Nov. 21 It is expected that reaping will be com menced the end of next week. It te estimated that the yield of the next crop of Wheat will be about two bushels per acre less than that of last year. There is very little of last year's crop re maining to be consumed. A parcel of thirty tone of flour (country brand) was quitted this aftsmoon, at £17 per ton. Bran is quoted at 14Jd. to 151. j A small portiou of the new crop of Cape barley is in the market. English barley is j selling at 4s. 101. Large sales of copper have been made to day by the Wallaroo Company, at £S> per ton.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LATER INTELLIGENCE FROM NEW ZEALAND. [PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH] SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

LATEli INTELLIGENCE FROM NEW ZEALAND. [PES ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH ] 6TDNET, Faidat. The Novelty brings Auckland papers to the lGth inst The escaped Maories are reported to have left Omaha, to place themselves under the protection of the chief Hemare, who is friendly to the Governor, and who is supposed to be authorised to act in the matter. A portion of the Auckland presB cen sure the Governor for his continued antagonism to the wishes of the Govern ment and the colonists. The Southern Cross asserts that the rebels will not agree to the Governor's terms, and that the General Assembly will disallow Mr. Header Wood's finan cial transactions with the home Govern ment. The Southern natives threaten to at tack Maketu, in revenge for the assist ance given to the troops by the friendly Arawas, who have applied for help against their enemies. The Government have disbanded the Wellington Defence Corps. A Becond expedition from the Wai kato has failed to discover any traces of the rebels in that ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. SYDNEY. Thubsi>a.t. The elections generally are in foTOur of the Opposition candidate!. j For West Sydney, Messrs. Bobcrtson, E»ug j Josephs, end Dsrvall hare baen retained. The lowest of tbeee on the poll lui a majority of j 100 over the Tieaeater, Mr. Eager. Mr. j Byrne and Mr. Farnell,Troth Opposition men, cave been elected for Farramstts, and Mr. Walker for Windsor. The wool aalee to-d«y wen very dalL About 260 balee were eold. Hand washed, lid. to 191.; fleece, 20fd.; sooured, lid. to 21*1. Morgan robbed the Denlltqnin audi yte terday. The Jockey dub Intend to hare a day's racing on the 2nd of January. Five armed men robbed Coryal Station on Tuesday night. STOKE T, Fbidst. Bnmonn are current that the Ministry are likely to lender their resignation!, their snp portera being defeated In elections. A telegram from Mr. Fudonge, a member of the Blvedne OonncD, publfrbed in a wertem paper, states that he opposes the dis memberment of the colony. A large fir...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ON THE ROSE. No. VIII. (CONTINUED FROM THE YEOMAN OF AUG. 18.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

ON THE ROSE. , No. vnr. . (coxrunup rae* sent, xuuu* jw. awl. 18.), . To giro Auitrallon ro*d?reen Idea of what a first-dew nw. garden U like, the following eketeh from Faulk Bon Giordan of StrtforJthire la offered to. their notloe. Bpeaking of tbe morning being the fittest time for seeing t ooliettioo of roes la fall' Wootf,h»*j»:—"For theniand then Only, iflttr ell tiulr' iedged, •thaHie teUeioe no i torer of roees ffiw «ft i((#e« »alijed bjr * eutnmerVeun Whan bptwrtauUis pfferod of pfe;irc^5iSX.c1 ■ aUt ' •naf^ wbetmodee of growth the different rarietiee fionrMibe*t. .It in* thoafht-'mohObeem-, UOhi IrwMbi&iinttihenU^^ pllibed wUh.-,»e#e roooesvandi rarietls beialhdscrlbed1 maybe ohoeeri tor toller purposes aid dtBefipn«,'wlU>ontfeer ttyt*. ■ ffib,,-tjte -«|wi|i«o#^t of :mm% it: thrlr adaptation foa jattlmilir purposes,, •lOionjlt '9: '■ bee unfortnnelaiy; been bet llttte atUoded to. Practical men iti general hare probably not been*were Of tbe.exleift, ^itjijud/ aitde...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
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