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THE LAST OF THE TASMANIAN ABORIGINES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 November 1864

THE LAST OF THE TASMANIAN ABORIGINES. AMONGST the guests at a ball recently given by the Governor of Tasmania were the four aboriginal natives whose portraits are given on page 12. They are the sole remnant of a race which, at the commencement of*'the present century, and during the life time of many men still in our midst, numbered six or seven thou i -J J-"""^"0 time of many men still in our midst, numbered six or seven thou- sand. When Tasmania was first colonised the munber of aborigi- nes was estimated at 7,000 ; the numbers of them were, however, soon reduced by the outrages committed by the earlier settlers, i Governor Collins certainly deserves credit for making some efforts ' to stop the- slaughter of these unfortunate people. But under the '; Governments of Colonels Davy and Serrell, the whites renewed : their murderous work, until at length the hitherto unresisting savages, goaded to desperation by repeated injuries, turned on their oppressors, and imitated their atrociti...

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LAUNCH OF THE STEAMER LEICHARDT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 November 1864

LAUNCH OF THE STEAMER LEICHARDT. ONE of the most important events in connection with the industrial resources of New South Wales took place, during the past month, at the Australian Steam Navigation Company's works at Pyrmont;-we I refer to the launch of the steamer Leichardt, an illustration of which will be found on another page. Scarce half a century has elapsed since the first wooden vessel was constructed in Port Jackson, and now we have to record the gratifying fact that an ocean-going steamer, entirely constructed of iron, bears testimony to the enterprise of colonial capi- talists and the ingenuity of colonial artizans. To the Australian Steam Navigation Company belongs the credit of having achieved such an important result. For several years the Com . pany have been adding to their fine fleet by the construction of steamers in Great Britain, but, notwithstanding the cheaper rate of labour there, the cost of bringing their steamers out to the colony was found very great. The...

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VIEW ON THE MURRAY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 November 1864

VIEW ON THE MURRAY RIVER. THE claim raised hy the Victorian Government to co-ordinate jurisdic- tion over the waters of the Murray, and their refusal to agree to an equitable arrangement of the Border duties unless this claim was recog- nised, has given a prominence to this fine river which it has never before obtained. We have for years exercised an apparent disregard of its value, and now that we find that the inhabitants of Victoria are fully aware of its importance, we begin for the first time to recognise its importance. The Murray (formerly called the Hume, after the well I known explorer of that name, is in fact the only fine stream of fresh 1 water yet discovered in Australia, and forms nearly three parts of the southern boundary of this colony. Its sources are in the Australian ; Alps, but for the purpose of navigation it may be said to commence at Albury, and from thence to its mouth in South Australia, a distance of nearly four hundred miles, it is navigable dxmng the gre...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVAIS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 November 1864

SKIPPING. . ..trr/i-, ' : .» ARRIVAIS. Oct. 14.-Chance, schooner, Captain McGregor, from South Sea Islands ; Mary Agnes, barque, Captain Darby, from Mauri- tius, 1st September. Oct. 15.-Statesman, barque, Captain Coysh, from Valparaiso, ?via Auckland. Oct. 16.-Madras, Mail steamer, Captain Farquhar, from Gaile, 19 September. Oct, 24.-Seaton, barque, Captain Thompson, from Foo choo-foo, 10 July ; Colman, Danish brig, Captain Kruse, from "Valparaiso, 26 July. Oct. 25.-Bonite, French transport, Captain Cottiere, from New Caledonia, 23 September. Oct. 26 -Warrior, ship, Captain McFarland, from Hong jKong, 26 July. Oct. 27.-Westburn, ship, Captain Bruce, from London, 6 July. Oct. 28.-Kadosh, barque, Captain Jenkins, from. Boston, 10 July; Clara Sayers, barque, Captain Bremner; from Mauri- tius, 10 September. Oct. 29.-Westward Ho, ship, Captain Williams, from New York, 13 June; Sir. ll. Sale, Captain Lansdown, from Ply- mouth, 30 July ; Margaret Davis, barque, Captain Davis, from "Valpara...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 November 1864

mHE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON FIRE JJ AND LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. DIRECTORS IN SYDNEY : j S Willis, Esq., CHAIRMAN ; G. K. Holden, 'vsn Edward Knox, Esq., Hon. E. D. Thompson, Esq., C. B. : Hon. J. B. Watt, Esq., M.L.C ; B. Buchanan, Esq. MEDICAL REFEREES : jlon. John Macfarlane, Esq., M.D.; Alfred Roberts, Esq., M.R.C.S. SURVEYOR : F. H. Grundy, Esq. CE. Public attention is requested to the fact that this Company has upwards of £200,000 invested in this colony, and that since its establishment to the close of the year 1863, £2,940,450 has been paid in settlement of claims. The fire premiums of this Company are now ¿£200,000 per annum greater than those of any other company in England. Tables of Rates for Fire and Life Insurance, in all its branches, and every information can be obtained from A. STANGER LEATHES, Resident Secretary, at the Offices, Wynyard Square, Sydney._ mHE EUROPEAN ASSURANCE Jj SOCIETY FOR LIFE ASSURANCE AND FIDELITY GUARANTEE. NEW SOUTH WALES BRANCH. i Empowered by S...

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INSOLVENCY RECORD. ESTATES SURRENDERED AND SCHEDULES FILED. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 November 1864

INSOLVENCY RECOUD. I * ESTATES SURRENDERED AND SCHEDULES FILED. ll October Liabilities. Assets. ¡if 3 Thomas M'Kell, Bathurst, auc- . "I tioneer'. .... ... 257 4 6 160 15 6< 4 William Buckingham Trindall, . || West Maitland, labourer ... 118 12 0 24 0 0- | 5 Dan. Calder, Peel Hiver,. miner 54 2 0 OOO. | Peter Murphy, Sydney, labourer S 12 6 2 0 0 I 6 Robert Kerrigan, Breewarina, é stockman ' ... ... ... 141 16 S 79 19 0 j Andrew Holland, Sydney, bill- f'M poster .... ... 50 10 0 5 0 0 J Richard Rushton, Braidwood, | newspaper rex^orter ... ... 110 13 ll 8 5 0' | Alexander Sage, Sydney, mer- 1 chant and commission agent... 682 ,6 6 68 18 0 I J. Gorman, Singleton, carpenter 116 10 5 9 10 0- j 8 James Curtis, Sydney, hay and § corn dealer ... ... ... 1037 7 10 709 lil | 10 Thomas Cook, Sydney, commis- sion agent, carrying on busi- ness under the style of Cook and Co.... ... ; ... ... 3892 8 9 341 12 1 William Burton French, Albury, ; miller ... ... ... ... 156 7 9 15 0 0 Har...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 November 1864

DAWSON, EAGAR, AND CO., 406, AND 408, GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. LINEN AND WOOLEN DRAPERS, CLOTH- IERS, &c, &c. are in constant receipt of goods selected by their own buyer, from the best London, Manchester, Glasgow, and other manu- facturing houses, and are. able to supply their numerous customers with everything they sell on the very best terms. Spring shipments just opening, comprising Silks, Dress Fabrics, Prints, Muslins, Para- chutes, Hats, Bonnets, Ribbons, Gloves, Shawls, Mantles, Stays, Collars, &c, &c, Manches-ter Goods; Sheetings, Shirtings, Ticks, Hucks, Towelings, Diapers, Table Linens, Toilets, Quilts, Counterpanes, &c., &c. P., E., & Co. in caUing attention to their extensive Clothing Department, need only to Bay that it is one of the oldest, and has hitherto been one of the most successful in the City of Sydney, and that nothing shall be wanting oëi their part still to give it the very best claim Upon the patronage ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 November 1864

BIRTHS. AINSWORTH-Oct IStli, at Richmond, Mrs. R. J. Ainsworth, of a son AITON-November Oth, at Balmain, Mrs. Thomas Janies Aiton of a daughter. ANDERSON-Oct. ltíth, at Hunter-street, Mrs. J. H. Anderson of a son. ARNHEIM-Oct. 27th, at Goulburn, Mrs. Arnheim, of a son BENSON-Oct. 24th, at North Shore, Mrs. J. S. Benson, of a daughter BLOOMFIELD-Oct. 28th, at Salisbury Court, New England, Mrs. Edwin C. Blomfield, of a son BATEMAN- Oct. 22nd, at Pyrmont, Mrs. Joseph Bateman, of a son BYRNE-Oct. 25th, at Elizaboth-st. South,-Mrs. Cavan Byrne, of a daughter ? CADELL-Oct. 19th, at Liverpool-street, Woolloomooloo, Mi's. George Cadell, of a daughter. CARPENTER-Oct. ISth, at North Shore, Mrs Lyndon B. Carpenter, of a son CARPENTER-November 4th, at Quay Ville, near Camden, Mrs. H. Car jpent'er, pf ftpon, CARFRAE-October 25th, at Crown-street, Surry Hills, Mrs. A. Carfrae, of a son. COOMBS-November' 1st, at 760, George-street, Mrs. R. Coombs, of a COLEMAN-Oct. 21st, at Waverley, Mrs. George'L...

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RETROSPECT OF THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 November 1864

RETROSPECT OF THE MONTH. THE Statistical Register for 1863 which has just been laid before Parliament, though apparently a mere mass of dry figures, is, in reality, the most interesting document that has issued from the ' Government Press, and contains a mass of information, reliable and comprehensive, showing with the greatest minuteness the progress of the colony. From; the document now before us we learn that the first authentic census of the colony was taken in 1821, the population then being 29,783 ; in 1S2G it had increased to 34,649 jin 1831 to 51,155; 1836, 77,096; 1841, 130,S56; 1846, 189,609; 1851, 187,243; 1856, 260,1S9 ; 1861, 350,860 j and by a return just issued from the Registrar-General's office we find that on the 30th of June last, the population of the colony was 385,983, of whom 213,290 were males, 172,603 females. In 1853 there were 420 public schools, attended by 25,660 scholars ; ten years later there were 976 schools, with 46,810 pupils. The pastoral wealth o...

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THE SOUL OF EDUCATION. AN ESSAY. [FROM THE PROSE PEN OF THE WOOLLAHRA HERMIT.] [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 December 1864

Ä ; i ;:: THE SOUL OF EDUCATION. iw, AN ESSAY. . PROM THE PROSE PEN OE THE WOOLLAHRA HERMIT. 1 *xo wuo cannot reason is a fool ; he who dare not reason is a coward ; he who will not reason is a higot ; but he who can and dave reason is a MAN. GIVEN the latitude aud longitude of the separating neutrals between the educated and uneducated classes. Given how, where, by whom? I am under the impression that all men are educated, the truthfulness of whichl suppose to be patent in facts, not theories. Admitting that the world is a lunatic asylum, andall its inhabitants more or less moon-smitten, I do not conceive | that the schoolmen's denial of this liberal impression is any proof of their exclusive possession of the subject of this Essay. They are too overwhelmed with petty detials to understand a general truth, and know very little of broad and fixed principles. Ii this announcement shock the electro-nervous force of my learned opponents, let them set it down to the philosophy of diseas...

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A LEAF FROM MY DIARY. [ORIGINAL.] [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 December 1864

A LEAP PROM MY DIARY. V ' * [ORIGINAL.] DECEMBER 23RD.-This day we were witnesses to one of the most extraordinary methods of punishing cidprits that has, perhaps, ever been heard of in Her Majesty's dominions. We camped last night-without being aware of it, however-within a few hundred yards of a blacks' camp. There were at least one hundred and fifty men, lubras, and picaninnies in the camp. This morning we woke at daylight, and had hardly ceased to rub our eyes, when the stockman, who was standing up, warned us to be silent, and, after we became more accustomed to the light, we could distinctly see the faces of a number of blacks on ; the opposite side the creek to that on which we stood. This I was anything but welcome, as some terrifying accounts of the bloodthirsty nature of the Dawson blacks had been dinned in our ears continually, prior to our leaving the capital of Queens- land. We hastily prepared our rifles and pistols, and, without any great relish for it, managed to swa...

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LITERATURE. KITTY DAYTON. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 December 1864

; LITERATURE. KITTY DAYTON. i [CONCLUDED FROM OUR LAST.] * These'rides were frequent and -varied, sometimes prolonged indefinitely, In the course of them they discovered that they ' ' had many tastes in common:-enthusiastic love for natural scenery. Mrs. Castle sketched exquisitely, drew likenesses admirably ; every body said, and indeed almost every one could ? guess, for whom they were taken. Fred had to sit for his ' that was for Mrs. Castle : a copy was made for Kitty ; she was delighted, and invited Mrs. Castle to the house ; urged her to ' come often. Mrs. Castle admired her boy, kissed him raptur- ously over and over, won Kitty's heart by pronouncing him an angel of beauty and the perfect image of his father. She made Kitty sit for a sketch of herself and the baby, and called it a Madonna. . ;-*' Kitty, in the goodness and simplicity of her heart, saw ï nothing, only that it seemed to make Fred happier at home to have Mrs. . Castle sing for him, and he would spend every even-...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. ON THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 December 1864

..'.l^' ": ORIGINAL POETRY. , ON THE SEA. .-V/ Wave-lifted on the sea Hungered, athirst, weary m No sign of shore- | \ . « - i' < " " Is there in death no peace V ' . vf' I said,-" Can this ne'er cease , ,lt_ ''? ; Forevermore?" * ' A dim uncertain light - ' 4 - 1 ".' An ocean never bright, , , ' ' Ne'er cheered by smiles ! - i No vessels on the scene y£ v No place where ships had been . ^ No verdant isles J . . ' A dreary, moaning sea ! So drear, it seemed to me ! * - No birds were there V *. To skim its bosom o'er- ? ' . , To lead me to some shore. * . I"1 ' $y Brear everywhere ! - t, - .> & . T gazed, on every side ; t , J * Stood on my raft, and eyed LVSi%4 >f * The horizon. . L 1/ -^u* was c^m anc^ drear ~î i. ? No helping hand was near- : . I * All hope was gone ! |Lf*.',\ }¿ And then the sun went down iPfe>î V And left me; and a frown "R ^ »' J Was on the sky ; ? ' > - '- And not a star was seen, Nor sound was heard ;-not e'en : " The sea-bird's...

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BOOBY ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 December 1864

BOOBY ISLAND. V \ 'I .THE subject of our illustration is, perhaps,Jimore, commonly , ^ known throughout the world as the Post Office, Torres Straits. I It is situated in about ll south lat., and forms the western 1 j limit of what is known as the dangerous part pf the straits. It ; is a mere rock about fifty feet high, and a quarter of a mile in I Î diameter, the summit being a mass of bare porphyry. The ; 'post-office' is in a small cave, the mouth of which faces the j landing place. The number of wrecks occurring in the stíraitá has j induced the Government of New South Wales to make it serve :-.M as a depot for stores for shipwrecked seamen, and, from timejto -r^g* time, supplies are sent there from this port. It is customary for ??? i vessels passing through the straits to leave in the post-office a I notice of their visit ; for thie purpose a book has been deposited -j in the iron safe, which has replaced the wooden box formerly used, and any entries there are duly reported by ...

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POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 December 1864

POLITICAL. THE general elections have been the only political events of . the month. The elections which have already taken place are as follows. (Those'marked with an aterisk,. are the¿ successful candidates :-) ! EAST SYDNEY. " s , Mr. Cowper .. ,. ... .. ' ..s 2711* , Caldwell. .. 2447* Neale.« . .. 2107* P Hart. ... 2062* Martin. .. .. 1769 Forster.1733 Isaacs W. .. .. 1351 Dransfield .. ... ... .. 190 Duigan .. .. .. .. . . 43 Cover .. .. .... .. 43 WEST SYDNEY. * Mr. Robertson .. .. .. .. 2271* Dr. Lang Mr. Joseph Darvall Eagar Dalgleish Love Murphy 2248* 2182* 2012* 1474 1187 662 373 PADDINGTON. Mr. Sutherland .. .. .. ' .. 650* Mort -.. .. .. ? .. 307 PARRAMATTA. Mr. James Byrnes .. .. ... .. 354* Farnell. .. ... 342% Lackey .. .;. ' . . .. .. 272 Holroyd .. .. .'. .. .. 247 Birmingham .. .. ... .. 16 WINDSOR. Mr. Walker .. :. 228* Pitt .. .... . 220 CENTRAL CUMBERLAND.. Mr. Hay ;. 584* Macpherson. .. 549* Layccok . .. .. .. .. 401 Oakes. .. ... 184 Atkinson.¿ .... 19 THE HA...

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THE ISLAND OF KAWAU. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 December 1864

' " ' VIEW OP THE ISLATD OF KA*VAU- THE LATE ISLAND HOME OJ? THE ESCAPED MAORIES. V ' 1/| j. : THE ISLAND OF KAW AU. ¿VB présent our readers with a view of the late island home of ¡he prisoners, of war captured by the troops during the recent New/Zealand campaign. The greater portion of them were (neml)érs pL the Waikato tribes,., who, after their arrival at buckland, were placed' on board the hulk. At the suggestion )f the' Rev.. Mr. Ashmall, they were conveyed to Kawauon the 2nd of August, where they were free to roam about as they pleased-their parole being given not to attempt to escape. This arrangement-by which the colonial government were no longer at the expense of keeping the prisoners-appears to have met with the full approval of the Ministry. During the night ¡of the 1.0th of September, the. prisoners, who were virtually under no surveillance, obtained possession of a boat, and by next morning every, one of them had escaped to the main land, Vaerö - ' ^ they stul remain. ...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. "FIVE YEARS AGO!"—A CHRISTMAS REVERIE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 December 1864

. -- Jg ORIGINAL POETRY. I " FIVE YEARS AGO !"-A CHRISTMAS REVERIE. ¡I BY F. S. WILSON. | O, SWEETLY falls the sumrnershine on rocky cleft and ledge- È: Where the fig-tree's bare and twisted roots creep,to the river's ¡jj edge: > , 't< And the sparkles shoot from the shelly beach, and over the | ripples play, t While the pleasant chime of the Christmas bells comes I stealing up the bay ! ¡ki The mossy pools look calmly up, h And bask in the sun's rich glow- $1 But they miss the light of a welcome face É They knew five years ago ! ' 'I Beauty and Youth are resting now, beneath the same old tree, | And watch the bubbles that float along-to die in a stormy I sea !- I The eyes are bright that our glances meet, and their laugh is á < the laugh of yore, . f But it brings a dream of a quiet face that will greet us never |C more ! Sf It speaks of tones that told of love ' f In whispers sweet and low(; « ft As wre sat by the river's gra g brink j*. Five changeful yea...

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QUARTER SESSIONS AND DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 December 1864

QUARTER SESSIONS AND DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1S65. THE dates of holding Courts of Quarter Sessions for the ensuing year are as follows : METROPOLITAN AND COAST DISTRICT. Sydney.- 20th February, 20th March, 17th April, 22nd May, 10th June, 17th July, 2lst August, 18th September, 23rd Octo- ber, 20th November, 18th December. Campbelltown.-7th February, 6th June, 5th September. Wollongong.-17th February, 16th June, 15th September. Eden. - 13th March. Parramatta.-4th April, 8th August, 17th November. Windsor.-11th April, 15th August. SOUTHERN DISTRICT. Berrima. -18th January, 3rd May, 15th September. Goulburn. -23rd January, 8th May, 18th September. Yass.-30th January, 15th May, 25th Sept. " Queanbeyan .- 17th February, 2nd June, 13th October. Cooma.-23rd Feb., 8th June, 19th October. Braidwood.-6th Mar., 19th June, 30th Oct. SOUTH WESTERN DISTRICT. Gundagai. -20th Feb- ruary, 19th June, 23rd October. Wagga Wagga.-2nd March, 30th June, 2nd November. Albury.-11th Mar., 10th July, 11th No- ve...

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MR. LASSETTER'S NEW BUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 December 1864

MR. LASSETTER'S KEW BUILDING. THE improved architectural taste which now prevails in all great commercial cities of the world is, we are pleased to per- ceive, extending in this city, and many of the business premises recently erected here will bear favourable comparison with those ©f the mother country ; they are creditable to the enterprise of our citizens,, and we trust that the spirit displayed in their erection will be amply rewarded. As a type of the buildings referred' to, we present our readers with a view of the premises of M r. F. Lassetter, in which ornament and use are harmoniously blended. The premises extend from George-street to York street. The principal front (that shown in our illustration) is on George-street. The structure attracts much admiration by Ithe imposing size and the elaborate aud beautiful design of the front elevation, and the taste displayed in the internal arrange- ments. Every portion of the building is adapted to the require- ments of an extensive...

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PROBLEM No. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 December 1864

PROBLEM No. 7. _BLACK._ WHITE. J White to move and checkmate in tour moves. Solution will appear in our next number.

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