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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1867

: v^C;'' r:.''; V::-;--.':;.'-':V;r-:'-v-OEatdbiiBiioa ib'i86G), '';''- : '?'-:', ?'';- .-??', '?' ,'','? 78 ; EHzaljeth-atroet, Melbourne. MB ,O; T T O , B E II LIN EH ?(lato iCotectivo Officer), lias the honor to inform '. Oils numerous -friends and tho public ganorally, that, ' '??:, at tho.sug jostion of sovoral nioroautllo ilrnis of high standing, aud solicitors of emiuunco, ho bas established -.,?';?-' ; ; v -; f EMVATE JNQUIBY OFFICE. !-:.;: -?'; MrBarlinor has reason to hope that hia uniform at . toution to business, coupled with tho good character i ko v hud tho satisfaction to rocoivo oh retirement from public eeryice, will ontitlohim to morit tho con fldonco of his employers . , A Staff of experienced ofllccra are kept undor tho ????:' Biiperlntonclonoo of tho undoi-sigued to perform ?-'-'.?'?tho -following dutioH : — .. , .. . , 1 Inquiries for absconding debtors! r . 2 'Uu do inHolventR, tJ ???, '?. -J: J ? .-'?. . ? -.i 3 Missing friends next of kin. '?-??-.?. 4 Debts ...

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THE DOMESTIC DIFFICULTY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1867

THE DOMESTIC DIFFICULTY.; I have been giving my mind se riously to the evolvenient of a social problem. I visit a good deal when -? business is slack, and beine a. tame sore of domestic- animal, am ?.an [unceremoniously; received and. not unwelcome guest . at many a - family tea-table. Past the age of being suspected of intentions of any kind, I devete myself to mater familias,. whilst some of my fast young friends are making— what is known in racing parlance— as strong running with the daughters. Batter gifted with the faculty of listen ing thanigthat of talking, I have discovered-; a key-note which never: fails; to relieve me from , all neces sity' of, speech. There, is one, standing topib ppon which your notable housewife is never ex hausted, r !'.How does your new ser vant get xm;.Mrs — — ,' lets loose - a flow of .eloquence upon the short- - comings ;;bf female domestics which nothing con stem but a proposal of ? short whist — sixpenny points.'. It is a canon of my faith that t...

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A SAD STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1867

MSAD STORY^ ..'A' -recent , - number.; A of -!-sihaT;Mdrifborouglb C'/M1o?itoJe.:.(Queenaiand) ftcoptairis theifbllow iiig . Badtstory iTrr-VJAn'. -accident ;, occurred ;'at Woody Isldrid^on, Sunday dfterriooup-.whbn.'.Mr, Kerl.ey,:J.^bf Ithisiri'towrij,^ was +,rinfofctunately.; drownedf - ^ho ribllbwing 'ate sthe ..porticuliirs asiwe.haye.beeri-able to gathe'r;tlieui. ';H--ICflrley., \\*as ,; in ,thpV fSemcoliof/i'Mr i District; Suryoy or DaVidson, who, wth' -v:Mr Hull,:is- engaged in making jlarge surveys ;of.; agricultural land on the ? coast' /near the- mouth- pfrthe Mary,,-. ,;??,-. On Sunday afternoon it wasVpfoppsediby-i sbnie./bf; Mr Davidson's men that an' 'exbursibn~shpnldr 'be made to : Woody. Island to see. tKe. light-' houses^recently^ereoted there.- .... Thejexcursion was ? accordingly /made, deceased .beingione. of;, the party. ?After visiting the.lightj-housWa'diidl: 8trpllin'g .about foriisome time, prepara'tibns'i ;were made for getting tea,-, and '', whilst .-thoa...

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WILD LIFE AMONG THE PACIFIC ISLANDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1867

fc'WTLD LIFE AMONG THE PACIFIC ISLANDERS. [FROM THE liEADEE.] From one or two expressions which drop from Mr Lamont's pen, -we. take him to be an Irishman; but, to whatever country originally belonging, he is ' evidently an individual of a roving tarn; and he now comes before the public with a narrative of his adventures, written with a liveliness of style which makes his book as exciting as the last sensation novel. His narrative, he tells us, is compiled from rough notes of a journal which he kept during a trading voyage to some of the islands of the South Pacific When ho set out, and how long he was away, we have no means of determining as there; is scarcely a date in the book from beginning, to, end, and such as ore. given afford no due whatever to the lapse of time. Having, at San Francisco, where he was en gaged in business, purchased a clipper brig of some . 300 tons burden, he proceeded- to sea with a Yankee skipper, and a hetarogenous crew, and accompanied by a doctor who :...

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A NIGHT IN A CHEAP LODGING-HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1867

A NIGHT IN A. CHEAP LODGING- HOUSE.   I had been wandering all day in a fruitless search for employment. ' I was weary and hungry for I had not tasted food from the night before. The evening was cold and wet.   The atmosphere was murky. The gutters were overflown, and the trottoirs greasy. Everything bore a cheerless aspect, and even the wretched fille de joie, in her tawdry ves- ture, had thrown off her assumed merriment. Up and down Bourke-street in vain have I looked for a friend. I have only sixpence in my pocket, the last that I possess, and an in— ward struggle is going on as to whether it is to be devoted to the interest of my craving stomach, or of my weary head. Temptation   is strong within me as I read the enticing bills of fare in the tempting windows of the restaurants. But then I look up at the dark   lowering sky ; I wrap my thin coat round my perished body, and hunger is conquered. Better a hungry stomach, than the ...

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THE PENAL ESTABLISHMENT AT PENTRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1867

THE PENAi 'ESTABLISHliDiiNT' AT ]mm = ;^-: PENTRIDGHB; ' ?' ?' '? :: -'? !'..-' :Iri another portion of this edition we publish some Illustrations of the internal arrangements and discipline of the Pentridge Stbckado, in .?which' the' convict el mm mi t. of nnir -nri-nnTiiiinTi is 'Bubjocted te punishment for .offences of a serious nature. The Stockade derives its name of 'Pentridge from the village in which if is 8ituated,''which lies' about four miles '?. distant from the city. It is an immense prison, coyer ifig;soyeral' acres of ground, ?? surrounded ~! with massive^ tone walls, and externally presenting an appearance of great security. ' It is capable of holding 'between 800 and 900 convicts. The prisoners 'are divided into three classes, : A. B. arid O.^ ' There are subdivisions ; of those letters' indicating the graduation1 of ' puriish iirent '''.and'1 ?the . character1- of . the ' prisoner, ?jpur, as he ascends m the alphabetical 'scale, ftecomBs 'entitled to certain privil...

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Office of Mines, Melbourne, 14th August, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1867

Office of Mines, Melbourne, ?'a^th^Augus^WB^^i^ Sir ,77-1 have the honor tp:ihfbrm:ypn that, in accordance with 'your instriictipns,'iltpr6 ceoded last week to ? make : ail inspection fand rough survey. of the Alexandra gold-field , and I beg to submit the .acconipanying plan, 'shovy ing the positions of the principal ''? workings, together with the following. report:— --Tbe'tbivn- ship'of Alexandra 'comprises1 -a numbei? of weatherboard and slab buildings , ere ct cd1 on or near- ' the principal^ street. ' It contains three public houses,': ^iseyerdl r boardiug-houspstf line stores, .ani'-agenp^-foi'ihQ-'Unipn'Qan|-i''4nl4'!tt. small:; police v Vstdtibii, imnd ; the 'situatibn! is generally '?'.?goofl}.('.Uf6r , 'd drainage '^?pnrpgaeUi :!rhev*i-!''BritrBlit ; Hero' U^Qaarte JOrushifig; liikchine \ ' tKe';.. only' sfToiie iit '? ptespnt.' pn'Hiie gold-^Beld, lias 'also:been iBre'ctedHherb*.11 ?It lids twelve's'tdnips,^ diivon' by; a^ten'shbrse 'power enginpi: and- by the kindness o...

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THE NEW RUSH AT MYERS CREEK.—SEE PAGE 10. THE NEW RUSH AT MYERS CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1867

THE NEW BUSH AT MYERS CREEK.— bkiv page 10. THE ;,NE Wv BUSH' ;^ 'MYBBS CREEK; [?About ;^a month . ago, it oozed out that a party of'iprpspectbrs.^lio-liad'sunkinear the western and upper j.corner;::Iof'fwh'it:i 'is ? ? ?-lmpwn;Jas -the Myers 'jFlat'paddooli:, about six briseveii miles from:: Sandhurst, fihad struck gold, The news spread-' lilcei Tvildfiid j and ;a 'ruab^was the can-' sbjueiiceVlt'; E very : day parties of ' diggers arrived on rtlie ground ; tents . went r up ! in- all directions, stores,' blacksmiths' and butchers' shops'; 'and : beer shanties of course. : I There are?, now i'abdnt 2500 'minors on''1 the spot, and 'of these 600 or GOO are ? Chinamen. The population altogether is probably nbtinuolr under;3500. \: /They are -orderly and ^ellcqni ducted as a rule; '-: but here,* as eisewhere,:;a few persons are1 occasionally troublesome; ':;?Mr. Brough iSmythV the seoretary;for' mines, says inia report wliich he has forwarded for publi cation :—-'? It is hot' possible...

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THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1867

THE MONTH. The P. and 0. Company's steamer has again transcended punctuality, Having pat us In pos session of the news front the old world [two davs sooHor than was expected. The R.M.S. Geelong, with the June mails, arrived in. Hob- son's Bay at a quarter-past eight, on the morn ing of Saturday, the 10 th, inst'. The P., N.Z. and A.R.M. Company's steam ship Mataura arrived at Sydney, on the 30th Jnne ? Her dates were from England, 2nd; Jane ; New. York,. 11th Jane ; California,- 11th Jane ; - and from London, by Atlantio cable, to 11th ? June. .' ,: ' .? ', ?.'-.' . '!..'.. -? v .' ?:' ; :: ... '. ., The party, spirit i which we thought had well nigh {worn itsolf oat, has flamed up again as bitterly as , ever, and we are threatened with a repetition- of. the crisis which occurred twelve months ago.' The occasion which has given rise to this distracting state of affairs was the receipt from the Colonial Secretary of a des patch intimating that oar late . Governor, Sir Charles Darling...

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LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE OF A ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1867

LAYING THE FOUNDATidNi STONE~OP^ A ROMAN: CATHOLIC CHURCH. . A very .impressive;' ceremony :of the Roman Cathblio Church:was perfbrme'd' at Richmsrid on 4th inst ., when the' foundation-stone of - the Ghurchof St. Ignatius -was; laid; by:.the : Most Reverend.Dr.^Ppidiiig, Arcbishop-of Sydney. For several reasons. the event, is of Especial in terest , to the i Romany Catholics'sibf:: the' colony; The highest 'ecclesidstib of; the. Roman Catholic Church iriv;tfie .-sputhernhemisphere, by offi ciating ns principal in the religiouprites proper to:;the.,ocbasipn,: ihybstod them with increased interest,-- and it-isj ;no doubt, a- subject of .con gratulation among the member's of v the denomi; nation :that .theivday's k prooeedingsr signally^ mark ..tile isettlemontjyin this '-.. colony of:,-. a; rbguiar: order' of b clergymen; chiefly- devoting themselves to ^'higher ? educational; duties'.-.;- .The ; ofexgyriieniovvfhoBe administrations' the;Ghnrch. of -St.-- Ignatius . ii intended,; coi...

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CONSECRATION OF ST. PHILLIP'S CHURCH EAST COLLINGWOOD [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1867

,jt.^is .ceajemony.tookj place^,on ^.Saturday, j ,3rd inst., in thb'jpresonco^of 'ii '.crowded co'ngrega ^tifinf ^hji fbn'ridation'stdiVe'was 1'aid 'by-§iir Charles DarUnc three yeara'asfb.1''- The church. which dsibuilt'tdn'-the' G6thioiBtyle,«iand,'''when .chancel andjto.vsrer are.iaddedI(.will;b.oione ofiithe i .prettiest ; , churclies;' jin-. ,tb,e ?? .colony, has t.beon erected' at.\ a cost. ofv'.£2^l4', 3s ;' Mr Llbvd1 ' Tay'ler,' beingthid; architeci. ?' It at present ao ?'conimodates 300, ap#d when- completed will ?hdld';double that ^iumberi 'The ceremony, was ; commenced by- the Bishop ' of Slelbourne ' onci: his; chaplain,' accompanied; by his' clergyj the' feg^sta!ar- and'J-i5anshi!-incumbont (Revi'B'c'S.i jWalker)i'iattu'edMnatlieir robes',': walking froms :th'e -vestry- 'door ;thrbugli- , the churchyard and ;rdund to1 the porch'' of (the;; church;'- where tlipy' were i received,' by the trustees.whs) ;cPnano£ed; 'them thrSugh -the 'clntrbh:'to i the' front : ofrth'e. co...

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THE ALEXANDRA DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1867

THE AliEXANDRA DIGGINGS. The if olio wing' 'are the reports 'of ' tke Chief Miiiing Suryeypi? to' tke Minister of Mines':^ firK';;y. ;J-^'%;pfHbe: of Mines; Melbourne;':' ? '. ??? '-.. ;! l.tmf!l4Mx Aui?ust,' 1867.; Sir, — Haying just! returned frpm: ah inspeo tion1 'of thei ?^ex'aiicl'a i gold-field^ I 'have ? the b.'pnor to submit tho folio jyirig 'rbport, ds' the re sult of mylfobs'etvatibii's ; bn'tho jburiieyrifrom' Melbourne to thatjilacb, by coach. . i'iwillrprer fdoerniy remarlra-wiih'a supposition 'that stlie road as far ns Kilnibro :and;3roadford ;is1iisu&;- ciently well khowii asnib fr'equire porspecial description, except :;that it is f oftned r and metalled the whole wayi'?i i From' Broadford the road to Alexandra diverges to the eastward from the main Beechworth- iand Sydney lino, and be comes* ia meroh'ush track ;? for the \ first six miles to the Eeedy Greek diggings the country consists I of ! schist1 range'sr1; with intervening narrow' gulKos', and the trac...

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TOM DE CASTRO, THE CLAIMANT OF THE TICHBORNE BARONETCY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1867

TOM DE CASTEO, THE CLAIMANT OP THE TIOHBOENE BARia&ETCY. Whether he turn out in the end to be an impostor, or the heir of the Tichbornes, there is a spice of romance about the story 6f Tom de ? Castro which will ensure him for a time considerable notoriety in the [world., It will be remembpred that young Roger Tichborne, ' tho ' 'eldest son of the late baronet, sailed in 1853 from England to South America, and was not afterwords heard of, the vessel having, been lost .at sen. Some time back a man known in New South Wales as Do Castro set up his claim as the missing heir. When in this part of the world Be Castro followed menial occupa tions ; he was a journeyman butcher, horse-breaker, and carter at Deniliquin. - At Wagga Wagga he married a girl of very low habits and character — a common servant of a certain class, who,, previous to marrying, him, had succumbed to the. attention's Of several men, by one of whom' she ? had* a child. While ; at 'Deniliquin, De Castro, spoke at...

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THE FRUITION OF COLONIAL WINES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1867

THE FBTJiriON 'OP COLONIAi ;\vTNES. In reBponso to ari iriyitatibn' from Moris. Rent sell, 'arid Messrs Simmons ?' and ' Dr. ? 'do Boehm, totaste some wines mafloniostly frbin Geelong grdp'cB', on'^d1 new' systom; lcnown~as Petiot's, o«r repprteri in:',cpmp-iny withiother gentlemen, ...was^ initiated , into, 7 the.-,.,' mode of preparation';' -\yliich' '',' has'' tlie 'merit of being new1 in v'tnis 'colony, though^1 long since -recommended' by soirie:of- the' highest authorities in -Europe, and no : doubt practised to a. considerable extent on the Cpntinent ? in the prpductipn of soriie of the choicestmarlreb ablo wines. 'Moris'; Reritsch- ihas cellars at 74 Iionsdale- street west,' and^ Messrs Simmons' arid Dr. do Boehm in 'FlinderB-larie'West. ?- As! the system- is common to both firms, an ? account of the ptocess. adopted by one. wiU suffice. - Mons: Eeritsch professes to be able to 'give a wrne of a more palatable quality, and which would keep far better tkan those wines made ac...

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MUSEUM OF INDUSTRY AND ART. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1867

MUsijJM' ^ OPriNDUSTRY AND ABTr ' .The.'Goverrim^nt'lidving appo'in^ettthd Com niissionem '!p| ' th% (Ktei?col6nIal^|hffijtion'pf ! 18Gjo-i a . provisional cojmmitt'oer tol'fake ' the', necessary . stops'; for fesiablishing'a inuseu'm:'^»f : ''i^dustry'on'd'art' on ilia. basis, of/th'e la'te ' later- ' .'colonial1' E?tUib'ition| 'tiiey 'hdye1 tfiKeho'tlie'. ?iratiatory^rbyl°'tlie p]ublidatibn^*'pf'r informa-f ti^nitb.uthose'ipterestod irilWe'^©^^^©^'''^!!^ :devel6poment'!iof:'coioniai' 'industries.' During the Intercolonial Exhibition, the co-oporation of the manufacturers both here and in tho ad jacent colonies was invited, and various articles of considerable value . and interest have been 'received, and will serve. as a nucleus for a'museum.Vto whioh additional contributions will be forwarded as soon as the building is prepared for their reception. It is very grati fying to find that the colonies have given their hearty co-operation to the praposal. Some of ' the mos^ valuable of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1867

PASSBNGBRS' SAILE1),'; SfSrOB TUS DB . PARTUEB OF, THE JULY -MAIL. -'??/ July 27..— Avoca, R.M.-S.':' For- Eing-'George's Sound, Mr-Edwards; for 'Gdlle.-.DlcHsrs J. D. Wood, M'Lel Ian', and four second chbia; for Marseilles',' J Messrs Moss,',' ..Jo&huti, Brookes, Downing-, Kinnaird, and Illiriir.ivoi-th. . ..August 6.-— Sussex, ,G-.', SI. Miller, 'for L6 don : -. caKin :, key .Theodore i Budd^and^rs Build,.Mr'. and Mrs ,Gurney.: Patmbre. and;fami!y (5)i,.Mr( and Mra'E. Raphael, Mr and Mrs^.James'Bani— ^ ford, Mrs,. Baradford and servant. Mr Davis and two ch'ildre'uy Miss ?? Clara JH:'Ri6hardson, Mr J K. Scott,. Mrs B. G. Holland, J3r. Whie ; and one hundred, and ili irteen '? in the second third cabins. -?- — ???-.„-- r., tt.OLp SHIPS. „., ...;„.„?-?..; ? -. The following aretho gold- ships which' Mvpv; sailed since' our last;summary ?— v ; ?' ?????'??????-: -' -:^'' ?Saiiedy '' Ship'. ; ':''' Destination: ' 'qunposT''' \ July 2S Aivo'ca,' , '.iv .'.'. Boint'de G-aile .; ??...

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EARTHQUAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1867

EARTHQUAKE.           The shock of an earthquake was experienced   in and around Melbourne at half -past five a.m. on the 10th instant. So far as our inquiries extend, it was very generally felt in the city and suburbs. Information has reached us   from Heidelberg, Boorondara, Hawthorn, Kew,   South Yarra, Williamstown, and Queenscliff, which indicates that the vibration was more or   less intensely experienced in those localities. All reports singularly agree as to the point of time at which the shock took place. The chronometer of Mr Crisp, jeweller, Queen street, stopped at 5.30 a.m., and a clock on   the premises of Mr Katzenstein, similarly re- corded the exact period of the shock. A resi- .dent on the Balaclava-road writes :— " A violent     shock of an earthquake was felt, this morning, at half-past five. It commenced with...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1867

VlfesELS-SA.IL'ED WITH COLONIAL PKO DUC13 SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE JULY MAIL. July 27.— Avoca, R.M;S.S., for Point de Galle : 2 boxes (2501 oz 16 dwfc 18 gp) gold, Bank of Victoria; 7 bexos (6499 oz 13dwt'15 (rr)gold, Oriontil Bauk ; 8G4 oz 38 dwt Now Zoaland gold, Oriental Bank ; 4 boxes f-pecio, 20,000 sovereigns, Bank of Violo ia; 3 buses specie.- 7£(S0 sovereigns, Kong' Meng nnd Co j 1 box specie, li.O sovoreigns, J. Henly. and Co.; 1 box specie, 2OS0 sovereigns. Ah Mouy ; 1 box specio, 500 sovereigns, Peninsular and Oriental Compa y ; 2 coils lead pipe 1 cage driipory, 1 box ooppcr oro, 21 packages stores, aud original enrgo frqm Sydney. ? - : Uu'y S'O. — Nv^avb of Life, for Lon'on: 12 0 bales wool, ',2468'. bags wheat, 1810 bag* flour, 1168 bags bark, 704 bags load oro, 1739 bogs copper ore, 4balfs 8 tons ra^-s, 6 tons spelter, 2 pa kngos effects, and 19 packogoa containing 25,0B8 oz 11 gr of Rold, of whii-h quantity 7785 : ozlO dwt 12 gris tho produce of NewZoal;ind. August...

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THE VICTORIAN POULTRY SOCIETY'S SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1867

THE VIGTGBIAN POTJIiTRY SOCIETY'S _ ,The^ show, which ' was'opened on 1st instr, at St. ' jG-eorgo's Hallrhas1 'the -merit of ''comprising a larger number, of fexhibitsr-than any previous show of i the r Victoria!*.' Society.^ rsThe'' ball^ is quite full frpm one ;end to-the-otherii?- Oh/tlie platfortnV orr::stage,- at ithe'.;tetter endi the song : birds; ?' ' parrots \ and ?:? rpigeons ?'''?? have V been located ; and so 'Bume'ronaly -filled7- are these classes that': 'more rob^* might fv?ith greaip'ad ? vantage -have -been' given them.1 : -'No- exhibits having been :serit either from Arun'del or from the Acclimatisation Society, the increase in the number of pens seemed almost unacooontable, until explained by the presence -of classes for ~ young.birds, which had formerly no standing a't'ihese shows. :Biit if Arundel itself shows ' nothing, it: is well represented in the water fewl classes, where the immediate descendants of ; its: Danubian, ' Chinese' ; and Toulouse geese and Ayl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1867

'?r^i^^o,i JjQiT.'OFi ICE ;NOT,ieE. Ef,,,., .-.;'.« . The Royal Mail steamship Brmbay will be'doio!-t i spatohed with;the; mails.- for Western/rAustralia, Point do.Gallo, India, China andthe.Ea'sti'A'den,''-:: Mauritius, , Reunion, Natal,, Capp.ofnGppdcHopo, ' Suezithe'Mediteri-anub'an ports, Europe, Ame ?rica,,!aridithe]Ujiitbd'','Kingdom. The times ap pointed for dosing are — {? f Ear' registoredl letters. r at -six 'fcjS./.on Tues day, tlie 27th inst*. : -? -.r ???-'??» ... For inowspapers' (yja Marseilles oxceptod), at six p'.m., on Tuesday,' the 27th inst. ? .,,. For. ordinary , letters, at, ten; am;; on,Wed nosdayjithe 28th iinst.:..!,;f(J'j .:'i:i)}.\ ' :jij It '-- ;ivy. -.y ????\ '. i,Fornew8papersi:via'i-MarseiH6si .at :ten'a'.m.;!;;': on Wodnosday, the 28th inst. .??;.'.?;..;- ,-- ; ?..-. jo,--, ;,: Lata rlotters ?will i bo received .as under; pro- . videtl the,postagre.;and - fee-; aro - fully ;.-i!prepaid!w« 'by postage stamps..:— ,.,.:-,:;..,?..;?„.„.,?,-?. ?:. ;T (A, i...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News For Home Readers
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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