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THE ALOE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

THE ALOE. The aloe is a genua of succulent plants belonging to the natural order Aspbodelea, and comprehends a considerable number of | species, which differ from each other exceed ingly iu tbe sise, form, and surface of their leaves, in stature, and in the colour, else, j and structure of their flowers; some of them are well worth a place in tbe garden. The greater part of them an mere objects of I curiosity, and are only seen in collections of succulent plants, but there is among them : a species of very gnat value, on account of j its yielding the well known medicine of the same name. * From what particular species the resinous substance called aloes is procured, and whether the diffenut samples known under the name of hepstio socootrine and horse aloes an yielded by different species, or an only different qualities of the same species, an points not dearly settled. All that ap pears certain is, that plants nearly related to tbe aloe perfoliate of Linnaeus, which some consider as...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FARM & GARDEN. THE STRAWBERRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

THE FARM ft GARDEN. THE STRAWBERRY. ' A peat deal his been said upon the calti yatianof the ctnwbexTjr, «nd much direnlty of opSutcn exitte upontherobject. 8uoaeee U mild; owing to lite dillgenoe and ml* dullyof tike culUrntor. The tallowing TaricUa amnoet worthy of culUraUon Star iuearty ripening, Oath We Stuck Prince; tor ld« ripening, Elton plus i end of other wti lM, Britlib Queen, keen'* aeodllog, Hyait% pine; and tor preferring preforeooe maytogtoto totbe ^OroveEnd ecarlet, on aboonntoTlti flnerichcoionr. The aorta of atrawberriea are annually lucreailng In Bom ber. Many new taportattoa* from Britlab garden*, .aaid to" be of great merit, have ypt Fobeirfed, in ooc dhaai* fi ibeatpiw faeiryfniit«.*t(nohanaariyetagelUMiei»ir hind* oan readily ba"brooght forward by (xdonial garden era, or 1* dlapardad ahould M^^ffcdyUiie ai^ BMtbaCi etnff betriea boatlooefrultlng Marty throughout toy libe1 redond wblibvAlploe: and the tt twoieet iaiha towa; iothen, again,' plant fa pood ■#!>&g...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FISH AND FISHING. CORIO BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

FISH AND FISHING. COBIO BAY. By Oobio. A» tbe double eoorce of mooh pleuureud : profit to bu^ge number* of penono in wwj ] country, tbe capture of fUh hold* a high |d*»i : and although a* an nmueemeat tbe hooting of i tea hib ii infinitely Sraa crating than the tap lure of MnUr fiah like the eaimon, tti; trout, end the peroh, «t2l theee deoiient cftla ! deep afford many a day"* plrawnt eport. Btm \ people cannot make theouelree happy uad* ] any rircamittncca, and a thrill of regret teem to permeate their gooli at barely oontcmpht . ing the eqjoyment of other*. Kicept to pee ; *ona of thk daee, I can fancy few atoatiw - affording more pleaaungahle amnnment tia» being one of the occupant* of a good boat' anchored over a good Hahing-ground, on aiw J day, with a plentifully aupplied oommiMuat done up in wicker-work and ftowed away" the locker, and aheab of kngiy fith lab* i ready to (wallow both the haitand the boot: Thia la the funny aide of the picture! M; elas! it hat ill gloomy eide...

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

YEOMAN MISCELLANY. FtOWXR'BHOW AT WlLLtUISTOWK. — tub Snt annuel exhibition of the WiUletnt town Horticultural Society w«i held, *t the Botanical-gardens, WUIlamstown, on j Saturday eflenioon. Being the fiitt of the kind, the show war to be regarded rather m en experiment then otherwise, «nd looked nt in that light It mi highly suooesifal. There was R very felt show ot frails, flowers, end vegetable* of all kinds; and with the excep tion of one or two contributions from Brighton, the exhibits were of looal produce To give variety to the exhibition, a nnmhsr of fowls of difleient breeds wen shown. The w, ether proved of the most favourable charac ter; and. In conrequence, the inducements held forth drew a large oonooune or people to the gardrns—well worthy a visit in them selves—In the course of the afternoon. To contribute still further to the plessnm and , amusement of the spectators, two bands of ] music played during the day, namely, the Williamstown Artillery Baud, and a baud fr...

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

MARATHON. Aye! vrdl may yC rejoice my eons, aud praiee the gods today, A tut pray V> great Alhenh, wbo keep* tbe eUte alway; Well may ye diaat the holy eong, ud bid the isoeoM , The Great King sent hi* messenger* across tbe aarteiji " Nor give ye aaiili ami water, aud homage do to ms, Ami ve ahull l»%»M your city, and till war lauds at osm. And ha1 wliere'er ye list to call witiitn oar subject tea*. pleasant Adds in dost shall die, dartnutiw I your came. Your pride aball be a hissing, /oar glory turned to •hame." Like a toft dew o'er all the earth her robe of down she fling*; And Arit* ii a rnthlew god, hit breath the halefti) fin* And house and home and smiling flcldi are withered in his ire. " Let Arhs come, with brow of gloom—we will not asy him nay; If Feaoe be coupled with disgrace, with u ahe ahall not stay. Vie will not give our land* to thee—we own no foreign lord*; the end we leave onto the god*, the god* and oar own good 6word*." Zmt greatly Lata* the haughty mien, Zeos...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MR. DISRAELI ON WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

MB. DISRAELI ON WOOL " At the annuelmeeting of the Buds Agii. cultural AjeocdeUon, after remarking gamnSjp on the bamri, Mr. Bimeli arid s— ^ 5Bioni«»iKdw|>diitoo wbi<*(rwmwb^ i wi Men to-day, I eenuot help foueblng, end thet b * produotiop which of late hi» Terr much founded formeo, and tbatb wool That cow i« oneoTtbemoit Important teeturte foourafifoafoial life, and ie««oun»oftM7 gnat profit totboee whocnltiritetlteaoil. I arpedmOj fa Bootli Bo<*e, »iili wbioh XAfo more imiiretrtraoipatotodt fkt continue » foved Bode whinfaproAwe Art* wool 8to gnatpriie# aiagfrnptbr lone wool sod l ownot tmdw»foi4|tW*e oontfooe fo produce merofo abqjtwooJJn ft* county of Buckingham. I <boo]d bare aup poeed itwouldbara been with <p> 4hf tenbiro breedi, eadio produce akirtyahetoa? long woo}, will aoroe of w>e adrantageom «ha Meumtfoi of ell tide ebott wodi eaflwtaf; 446k to ihe «letire,prloe«of]oB| Aod obOtt, wool lam euiprieedihi*weatill goon edW...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENTERTAINMENTS. THE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

ENTERTAINMENTS. THE BOYJJL The prodnction of "The Ttoket-of-blMa lln,"i4iNM which ha* already been «aa<U *n jtltiWItlH home at the Theatre Bard w Betmday enjjiof. 3b. Jefftxapo mat of «nm tb BohrttBrfedy of the nwtecm. aad tbeoaet MltemNahbratttt mmtftbtm peny. Jit. Ht**mWL«te»i3.#» part of latxr ______ __ 0jf • drama ;.»hiio He. Cbadai Yoaaf <nli wrtwed m B*4M the detefira. Toe pert of flat «gd Jetr, Hater Mow, . „ a. 01 that of the btti-hroker, lb Olbaoa. Mn. Robert Heir wm ttetfttidOMtofad Kin Mortimer the BbBjHK. btMmaf the erinlot. It MfatlMf«M«MM tta team w>t MtjuriateMihc."tet* of. Sam ^ if W» Site had oo |0 IJWftk" frf' Ifc sotitt* m &etatetnnti> nffili

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOBACCO FOR SHEEPWASH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

TOBACCO FOR SHEEPWASH. In a Idler to tbe Kelson Colonut, Mr. Frank Kairn makes the following remarks on the cultivation and preparation of tobaooo for sheepwaah, which we recommend to the special notice of many of our readers:—"The mode of culture I would recommend is to sow tbe seed in some sheltered place, and when about an inch or so high, it should be taken up and dibbled into shallow boxes and when strong transplanted into the field; this plan insures a good mass of roots to each plant, j which starts at once into a vigorous growth. But it is to the field of culture I wish more particularly to call attention. The plants should stand about three feet apart, but the richness of the land must determine this, for the richer the land, tbe atronger and more , rapid ia the growth. When the plants have pro duced from ail to ten leaves, go carefully orer them end nip off the top of each plant, and every day till the harvesting; after this has "been done, tbe lateral shoots should be car...

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

-.TTf mr ^T^mm ' ■■! 1 ■ .L. gtSLtiak oratorr horn," or tbe greater portjra i JriT lnr life op board a man-of-war. Mi»a Bote Cooper, at, Blnckeyed Husan, Jacked anlffiMltin, bnt played carefully wlthM; and the minor character* in the piece Vfere very fairly rati, lu the course of tbo.drama lAdy Don rang "Tlij Bv of BUoay, " Bound 'Prentice (o a V attrmao, ana all in tbe'Downt." Tbe first mentioned wing Wat - ecthoriavtlcally re-demanded. and • double faoincipr, danced by William wild Saras, .TO alto encored." The afterpiece efee of Bberldau* wlttleel and mott falirloal produotfone—Atpt the howe In itfftts of laughter, Tbe character of Hr.P/ilif war admirably played by Mr. Hoeklnn who justly rawed a fair proportion of theenlpg* putln the month ci tire actor in dctctUrUrgliie ojra mode orlife.' ; ' " " . * . • , . Tbe^fehat feature of the entertainment at tbe Hay market Theaire on TVtbday «i the appearance, for the first time in tbie city, of lire-Linton troupe, who are rhoent hnirelt...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE RUST OF WHEAT AND ITS REMEDIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

THE RUST OF WHEAT AND ITS REMEDIES. From the article on "The Wheat Plant," by Lewi* Bollman, of Bloomingbm, Tnditna, j publitlicd in the report of the Commiwoner of j&gricultan^ we (Saemfyhi Amentum) ex- j tract the following remark* in (elation to ] nut ••— The oldott of our hiriiwi**, the Bible, fre quently allude* to it at oommoa among the Jew *, and repnaent* it a* one of the ponith ment* inflicted on that ditobedient people. They were waned that dieobedience would be followed " with Halting and with mil dew j" and wbea thtu punnhed toe prophet Haggai uyi, " I amote you with Halting, and with mildew, and with hail, in all the labour* of your bend* t yetye turned not to toe, aaith toe Lord." The Hebrew name for toe nut, yarcoo*, meaning a yellow colour oauaed by moiiture, it indieatire of the cauw and appear ance of the diaeue then a* wa find them now. The Cr*a-l»4-JtoW'»,8W kw hanj mitted to u* lilte 6U2& fifid etata*. The Greek* called it enufe, and toe Somane r...

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

THE POLYTECHNIC. Mr. and Mia. Cam'a "latest Intelligence," after a tot ncoeafal ran, extending over fonr weeks, wme glroo far the U«t time at the Polytechnic-hall on Satordey nlgbt. Oo Monday, **Oor Trip to toe BhlAe"— mwtatilwittt written by a locnlanthar— Mr. George leeaoa, ene siren. Tteoolllw for 'itch Mr. Ieuice baa sketched ItiiUtile more, which] for Mr. ard Mr*. Gear. and which the; fill up with tbe help of Total and tnitro mental rnuelc, It of the slightest and mart ordinary character, and affords little eoope for tflectf re display of any kind. Certainly, " Oor Trip to tbe Rhine," If not likely to pTore as acceptable as tbe previous eatertain mrnlr. The Mat porta, which fall to the ehaie of Mis. Gate, in tbe " Trip to the Rhine," are thoee of Mn. Chcwtfler, tbe mtber vulgar muemt]Mi«Chandler,tbeptoUydaughter; j Mailer Chowdier, the richyoongacapegraoe; j and Count de Fiambooxe, tbe Frenchman; while Mr. Gate hae two pretty food parte, those of Ginlto Anf natoe Mngg. amateor ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISEASES IN SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

DISEASES IN .SHEEP. Hie following letter appears iu the Hamilton Spectator :— Sir,—I am glad to be able to pre you §ome information, which, 1 think, will tend to allay the alarm that hoe been caused by the fear of Sleuro-pneiin onin among sheep in this district. Vo date ago' I examined the lungs of a lamb which nad all the symptoms described in the article headed " Plcuro-pneumonia" in your issue of the 9th inst. On my return home, I consulted TTouaU on Sheep, and found these symptoms identical in all respects with those described underthc head of " Bronchitis." The passage I refer to is as follows:— "Bronchitis. — Lambs, and particnUstly when too early, and too much exposed, are subject to inflammation of the bronchial pas sages, indicated by loss of appetite, tenderness when the throat or the belly is pressed on, and particularly by a wheeling cough, which the careful observer will at once distinguish from the ringing oue of laryngitis. TbeaEpsom salts, w ith—in the treatment of t...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ART AND SCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

ART AND SCIENCE. At Poitrxn In* recently been found • luge white equate marble Work, upon which it carred en tlmanae with eome extnordinuj end iotereatng data. A exnoEAKT end four prirataa of the Boyal Engioeen here aaded from Southampton for Alexandria, on their way to Jenuahan. Tbej tit gang oat to make an exact topographical aurrey of the city end neighbourhood, in cluding all Ba mora famona hub and ralleye. Sbcobm Bum».—On the Uth of Sorem ber, in the year 1BCC, an extraordinary abower of ahooting atari ii expected. The dayaof the great aterahowere generally bare been prored *9 be Koreanber 19, Auguat 10, and April £8. It I* auppoaed that tlie earth, in lie annua] rerolution ronnd the eon, ha* intercepted a aborrer of meteoritea for ce&fcniee In aoooet MW. Tub actdntum «rer the gateway of Bt tfflwMleldh, tuppoaed to lupiteeut 8t tjflea healing the del, baa direppaarad, and the abide ■ acpefaeded by a modern tarn tailing Tsi rreaieat part of the once-celebrated Fameaa Ool...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW TO FIND WATER WHEN LOST IN THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

IiOW TO FIND WATER WHEN LOST IN THE BUSH. Br w. loctirt Morton. Mr. Gideon Lang lias given some judicious and simple directions to be followed by those who become lost in the bush. It is a curious tact, however, that when a person is "bushed," he is seldom, I believe, in a fit state to make use of his reason ; but of this I cannot speak from personal experience. Mr. Liang having given directions how to get out of the trackless wilds, I now propose to offer a few hints as to how food and water imj general); be obtained bv the lost. If anyone dies through want of cither food or water, even in the most sterile parts of Australia, in almost every case the want of knowledge and bush experience is the primary cause. There are veiy few regions, indeed, where food sufficient to sustain life mav not be procured or where water cannot begot from one source or another. The want of water is the most terrible of all wants, and it is that which is first experienced by ^person lost during the summe...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LITERATURE. A Walk from London to John O'Groat's, with Notes by the Way, By ELIHU BURRITT. London: Sampson Low, Son, and Mareton. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

LITERATURE. JL JJ'alk i Loin/os fo John Cffroo/V, f/iVh Note* bit the W'ay. By Elihc Bpkiutt. London : Sampson Low, Son, and Mareton. This is one of the pIcasanteM books it bflp been our pood fortune to moot irith for tn&oy a long dnv. The author is Elihu Burrilt, the "learned blacksmith"— the grave, earnest, sensible, kindly-hearted | citizen of Connect icut, whose whole life and demeanour hare reflected houour upon the land of his birth. His object iu undertaking this tour, he tolls us, was mainly an agricul* tur&l one. He had dabbled a little in farming in the interval between his last two visits to England • lie had caught some of the enthu siasm with which that pursuit always appears to infect its disciples; and he desired to look the agriculture of Great Britain quietly and leisurely in the face. Nevertheless, this volume is no mere fanning itinerary, full of hard (acts and dull agricultural details, after the manuer of Arthur Xourg- Its author is a poet as wel...

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

"DLACKWALL LINE of ;JJ packets. For LONDON Direct, To nil with atrlet ponotaality, OH BATCRDAY, NOVEMBER M. The favourite dipper chip DOVER 0 A B T L 1900 ton* A1 at Lkiyd'* JOHN M. A TLBS, Oomminrlcr. (Belonging to Mean. Own, of maekwril. The Don* CeaUe. like other well-known VBBceia of he nme line> a Hretolam (Meow ehlp, end hu KMumpliebed .evenl very enooeBefJ pmeege* Bho I* Kmi under Iheoommand of OeptalnAyle* ^l,««ge-money, Aid end upward*. _ For plana of cabbm, and aeoond and third daaa fcletary ecalee, epply to W P. WHITE and Co., aaenta, 10 EUnbethatnet south, Mdbaonia. No mb^renU or runnen are authorised to receive ernge money or km ticket* Piece ugiar' tiokata re not trwurferebl® ESBRS. MONEY WIORAM and BOMB' (Of Blank wall Yard, London) LINE OF STEAK AND SAILING SHIPS. FOR LONDON DIRBCT, % To aall with ptmdn*l% " ON MONDAY, DECEMBER U, Tiie favourite clipper ahip KENT, 1,000 Toon, A1 at Lloyd'* F. ANDERSON, Commander. Dneaee money, Eld and upward*. For planeaf eaUn* di...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ORIGINAL POETRY. TIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

ttme. *Tia like H-tamblfli Sinoe tint our fragile faag;M iMfidtod U|*ti Ifa changeful t^ASS^ ^ . And bankwnftt lu we cart an#• Onalltbeailentycat^ ^ A lion- idahilg ehtm the momenta jtk ■ Of auaxhitte and of ■** • <*«•*•* - Ha true feat Time baa eoMtMSteli, Lmifrtah tlnpite* Jraiu»V .i J3at It ea*n» «acb • TO7 little wfcBe Stew whan we had them ttar. tuu iv ow «u »«-• . . a nijbltheyulpBgM g ., fttt-we it^) to tooura attloH - AnrfaUIjft Jj\«h ftdr wtr day! Koch night they i And *hm-we atop t _ Of )de*siuw that have flown, ■ 1 THp pataitig mom«tithtoU ear grirf Tf/ili oomforti ©f!M own, • ; ■ • Wliich to their tuni ebee yaaLslv— lb make for ©them room-* And Jato ihf long, long tbato Of yean Fail todtogln the gloom. Oh! Timegowhyeoqukkly, Witti sever-hailing «*rid«> And bean the wreck of teeny a breast, Adowtiita%eubledtide/ . "?,V7'' Seeking the landing-place <Jf rtet To m*t the weary head» With heaHa that dwell avtlmea th beaten, 'At time* among the deid. ■ ...

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

LITERARY NOTES. A razzia lias been mads of German journals published in Pros*!*. Mb. Hexbt Utxnsw is esid to be the editor of the Arrow, Ute the OW. Ik (he oourw of tbe autumn snQ be pdr liehed Mr. Sola's " Disiy of his in the United States." Tnr French Government lies granted the sum of 200,000f. toward* (he exeeation of a work on Assyrian antiquities. At a late sale,a aeries rrfserentj black letter ballads, printed between the rears 1659 and 1697,! The owner of the« _ _ "The Prisoner's WSS{* &M reooreied £60 damages egainsl a person arho bad made and sold jdmtographmcqpittofthesroric. M. Vmaxi, the rieUdmoam tiareller, who is rbout to nirwrsid In tbajwirw of tfae Kile, has received inn tbt Eceoeh Emperor, as a present, 100 gatw and • large quantity of it Capvatx BnrnHrdjaahdterij been spending three months with the wing or Dahomey, ana,; the resnh of Ms ennturien rifllba shortly made 'i public in a tsnrrnwme wnric. Tbs " HtsTOBtxw fma«nP'-i curi- j ou* snnounocniewt ooms* ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MONDAY, NOV. 2l [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

mondax. Not. 2l GeocsB Toller, examined by Mr. Bnmro, lepoaedthot 1b 1862. Mr*. Hotaurorth noted m ijomo ol kin lo MiUivya-etnet, Sooth Yirn. It «u called Thamee Benk^ottote. She occupied it In Much. &piu,«ap*n 01 Hay, when the lr£f. Mrm. Smythe perer ittted i.lHwt of hint- Ht did M( know , MHlhllMIML ».3WlWWMMACHAMI»mlM«L , liobort Motawerth, ertmlny by Mr. I ^oWworth has lIlvdM la bar 1 •direct esMieattoa to cove Mttwi with , ntudlotd^i ol which I took no Botika I nvfurit la the first time lever booed **Jir Bo^bo,—Yon heard andhter ration know tf taqb t thins erer too* MUM., wunape i wee no* ■ biuucwuuj. •ffectkmato father, I neeetwa* ao, I believe, fori new took meebaoUwof latent* At tour tat*, nothing puitd between turn .the Bijjjso.—Let oj oome to Noaember, ttfttoaae.—I recollect one night the told me ah* vm efmki the »« becoming had; that abe had very little alfeatlon forme, and waa ,tttj little nndtr reUgtooa ioflamco. After waita I endea-rocrvd to.lead her to the tao...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE COURTS. SUPREME COURT. MATRIMONIAL JURISDICTION. OLD COURT-HOUSE.—SATURDAY, Nov. 19. (Before his Honour the Chief Justice, and a Special Jury of Twelve.) MOLESWORTH (WIFE) V. MOLESWORTH (HUSBAND) THIRD DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

THE COURTS. -SUPREME COURT. NAfftltfOKUL JBBIBDlOTI02r. 0U> CODBT-BOBSB.—SiTDBDiT, NOV. 19. (Before hii Bonoar the Chief Joetfoe, tnd a Special Jury of Twelre.) voleswomib (w1m) T. moluwomh (hubhilh)) Thibd Dir. The reading of the evidenoe taken by the English Commission, which was commenoed the (melons day, was prooeeded with. The ! following is an abstract of this evidence. Mary Hawker deposed that she was the widow of Mr. Thomas Hawker, lata of the j Royal Navy Hospital, Plymouth. In the year J J882 ehe whs living with her husband, etooe -deceased, at Plymouth, and aha then became .acquainted with Mra. Henrietta MoleeWorth, who professed herself to be the of Mr. Justice Moleswortb, of MelbcmnML Portraits Ho. 1 and No. S were likenemes of the lady. Mrs- Molesworth was residing fct No. 8 Wynd ham-place, and bermother, Mrs. Harding, was j living with her. Daring a portion of the time ■witness knew Mrs. Molesworth, her mother, however, war away at Qneenstown. Mrs. Molesworth occup...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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