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[?] and Queries.. BARK FOR TANNING PURPOSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

Untis anit (Emeries. BABE BOB TANNING PURPOSES. Sir,—Knowing jou tale a deep interest in all matters affecting the prosperity of tliis colony, I venture to seek your aid in carrying out the wishes of Mr. Humphrey Humphreys, jun., a tanner in Buckingham. Mr. H. is a scientific man as well as a practical tanner. He visited the oniony in 1860. I would per haps best explain Mr. Humphrey's views by quoting from his letter, in which he says :— "I am very much interested just now in know ing whether they a™ doing anything in the tanneries with Banksia bark, lightwood bark, or flooded gum. I wrote to an acquaintance asking him to send a ton of Banksia, lightwood, and the bark of atree peculiar, 1 think, to the Dandenong Ranges, where he has a run j and I would experiment on them, and introduce them to the trade. He, however, took no notice of my letter. I cannot help fancying they might be found quite equal to wattle bark, and you could get a greater weight for leas labour. Hie beat way of ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. MARYBOROUGH, SEPT, 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. MARYBOROUGH. StFI. 28. A volunteer rifle matoh hai taken plaoe to day, the result of a challenge from the Maldon (2nd Oastlemalne) Rifles to the Maryborough Btflee. Eaoh party fired at their own butte. The aoore was as follows:—Ualdon, 680; Maryborough, 617. Maryborough tins beat Ualdon by 117 points. EGHUOA, Satobday, 8ipt. 24. Mr. Hopwood, thinking his pnnt In jeo pardy of seizure, has directed theooUoctor'a attention thereto, bat the oolleotor has de clined to Mlrob. EGHUOA, Tubsdat, Brpt. 27. The Sydney Government have withdrawn fhelr customs ofSoer from the Sonth Murray. They have also conceded the right of Vto toria to the bee navigation of the liver. SYDNEY, Fsidat, Bspt. 28. The appeal ease respecting the debentures of the Tomago Ooal-mlnlng Company has commenced before the fall Go art, bat is un The horse of Gardiner, the boshranger, has hien purchased for £172. It goes to Mel bourne. The caie respecting the stakes In the match Volunteer v. Elldare h...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWS OF THE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

NEWS OF THE CITY. The Bithop of Melbonme, accompanied by Mre. Perry, retorted to hia dioceee yesterday, after an absence !n England extending over a year and a half. Tbe right rev. prelate arrived by tbe Dover Castle, which reached the Heads aboat six o'clock in tbe morning. A telegram announcing this fact was received in town at a later hour, and preparations were hastily arranged for giving him a suit able welcome. The ship was in Hobson's Bay early In the afternoon, and the Very Bev. tbe Dean and the Archdeacon of Castlemaine j were the first to receive their diocesan. A large gathering of the members of the Church of England, Including nearly the whole of the metropolitan and suburban clergy, and many influential laymen, amongst whom were Sir W. F. Stawell, Mr. Justice Moles worth, Judge Pohlman, the Hon. T. T. A'Beckett (registrar of j tbe dlooese), and others, and several ladies, were taken on board from the Railway Pier by tbe steamer Black Eagle. After shaking of hands and a...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COUNTRY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

COUNTRY NEWS. The Cres-lck Petition tOTtta tlou to Australia, which goes home by th Nortbam, is signed ly 920 pereons. An ^-transportation meeting;wa,hdd, >t the Lyceum Theatre, Kent Hotel Clones, thraea a ix-llllira "« Adopt-1, •nd nnm#" I.*w Consolidation and Amendment vati ns and decisions, by Charles A. >• « of the colonial bar. "HhanappendU nocwei.v important sUtatel Sons, Hobart Town and Launoeaton. we ar told by the author that ^ In tho work hae been as follows r-The acta have been accurately printed from the local e&tutes: a note is appended to ^B^Uon, pointing out tbo corresponding enactment in the statute of tho lm,*rS.VPerldam.»nt from which the section In as also the souroe from which |he *otion ln the Imperial statute is borrowed,inadd Uion to which there are explanatory observations defining what oonstltntcs ^b offenoe. and the jadicial decisions and decisions of the Court of Crimlna! Appeal thereon, brought down to the latest period. The volume promisee ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATER NEWS FROM AMERICA. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

LATER NEWS FROM AMERICA. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGBAPH.] 8YDNEY. MoraiT. The Othello, which left Sen Francisco on the Sod of August, brings war news to the lit of August The following ere press despatches;— The Richmond Enquirer of the 15th July aaye The enemy has evacuated John eon's Island. The transports ate busy changing'ftoopa, chiefly to Morris Island, Thebombardment of Sumter is k#Dt up. ■ Smith fought Forrest near^l-uototovop the 13th, and oo the peUo.°^^^n ^a tfoe hundred. The rebel* ieetonr tpo thonaapd. A large rebel foroe eeptmed the fttookade at Bnwiitfi(iilMl^ »i>i 'tfufiiplit, affil ChariestOorailrioed. lisoh pepped, 53»» rebwtheu moved on Hvntsvill&Thevdrove In the Fede ral StLotdysriyi rebel priaonwehave bwpeentenced tobeahot in retallathm for the murder of two Union mem ' Tto rebel loss in IdQed, wounded, and prisoners in the demon etratioo oo Waihihgton ie aaid to be over 3,000./ .. i,. • GAIBO, Joit id , The accounts fromSlooum'e expedi tion are meagre, The t...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, THURSDAY, SEPT. 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, Thchudat, Sift. 22. A girl named TVylie, at Like Alexandrine 1 ten yarns of.g, w„ Mnt ! some cow The cow oune home dona and ! bring made for the child and the horse, they were discovered dead. Thechtld'e clothes were burnt. aiv*aWlu»' '~«tn3ck i imlDg * tecent "torm. wMA J*"?0* ,n hont of a looking-glass, nJ? 7"* *^° •track by the lightning. Iat^^0C^,^Ub h" '""""i ft,kt the Ado-1 Tht ^ in April next yew. ^o^reBto,,retobe,B*d'ontt",irt j ADELAIDE, Pamir, Szpt. 23. ! Vala0 of 019 «*Porte of produce ^frfy-elght weeks h exactly double that of the same period last year. fo^Aeaembbthledternoon.ttwwmored that Government ahould glee Mr. Torrens the wunofAWM, hi recognition or theaerrioea be rendered to the country with his Ileal Property Act On a division, nine votes were In favour of the motion and fourteen against ADELAIDE, Batohday, 8ipt, 24. The South Australian Advertiser of this morning says "the conduct of the Victorian Government on the question of the bor...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, THURSDAY, SEPT. 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

NEW SOUTH WALKS. SYDNEY. Thwwbit, But. 22. Obflperulntti^i&xit to b« worked nwi iMiruttii liW Iwtl fot the ippe henrkin of KLm Dickeoc, theownw of antra] » A»||u - The jnkiio wool aalet wets anlaportant . SYDNEY, 7umt, 8sn.23. TUToOirt brioaaooU ninety *U tone of ■ifm* •fe-WfimwiMto thathawaa not anqbasf juy irctMtji loading fortbeoolooiei wMnlifebR Valgkraiao. It ia knows here Hist flue wish hawakwm sfrwtwrwt to Asm Mr •■#ffff*^! "frrtrni Iwre wfctoiotfjahonat lag a hwry gale it Bbehnettrtalnad into lit krWjW rosafl &a ftmWos dittiM _*#!«* MPtoitiOB cHoaboanlShepet ttmut Bat >1Wi* Mted* irbealaat i-flfci DssdoasMyt* nkwHwdttO USct .. SYDNEY, Tnu4%'&ai>,ST." M* Attary mall mm rtook-apaad robbed ^m^wMnamr.kiifk'''?-•*: • t^rap^u-^i ¥*&'■' • jtoibfit Iftalete ^^meVraOm fOTOtO ftetariabi thetr iwiinaucte, AUCKLAND. Via SYDNEY, San. 28. Br the Constanoe we have datee from Auck land to the Oth I net The dead Hamilton, sailed for Melbourne on tho 8th ...

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LATER INTELLIGENCE FROM NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

r™ •* not >*■#. SBK B ■ ftttw liwaftwyp iuuiv that tb«y Intend Joining the northern tribe*, which have all along etood oat A eeoond edition of the Southern Orou of the 17th publishes • telegram from the camp at Te Awamnto to the effect, that on the return of a oonvoy from To Rort, one of the escort dtaoharged his rifle amungst a nnmber of { comrade*, wounding three. One man of the 66th wa* not expected to Uee. While reload- I lng to fire again, one of Hie eeoort ehot him dead. Them have been eome more Borrendem in ] the Walkato oonntry, apparently from etar- i vatlon. William Thompeon ha* had an Interview with Mr. Mackay,'of the Native department, I and ha* expreeaed a desire forpeaoe on terms , of surrender and submission. M'Lean ha* been removed to Auckland ! prior to execution. Be expects a reprieve. A] memorial to the Governor Is being got up j praying a oommntatlon of the sentence. Captain Eman, of the Walkato Militia, ha* I been acquitted of embeailing Oovemment | money. Th...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEST BOURKE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

WESTBOURKE ELECTION. Captain M'htahon met the electorsof Wast Bootke on Saturday evening, at WH*oa'e Moonee Pande Hotel, for the parpeee of ex to thtm the riewe upon which he •em a renewal of their confidence in h|a M a member of the Legislative Assembly, There was a tolerably full attendance of electors; and Mr. Peter ITCracken wisVoted to the chair. Captain MHjlhok aaid that he had better M oboe enter npon the main question which at pMeent agitated the ooantry—tbdfcuf the land; and in doing so ha woold, as a member of the la$e Administration, endeanour to ex plain some of the various points of the act now In attonce, and reply to some of (he C b# membeM of the existing Administration, who had criticised it. When he-addressed the electors some three years J!®* Hw tb<m OownmsntwMbiesworof the oocnpstion lioenoes, bat he expressed u, gir«sa&!s,s.ws tfcii se !T"iJII?,r oondemaed. In doing afcJhntjZl te® "j"* h® shoul^ 28 fwenuoo to the circumstances under 'be l*ta G...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CROWN LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

CBOWN LAND SALE. ^Thg tale of Crown lands at Messrs. Gem inell, M'Oanl, and Co.'a rooms, on Friday attracted a good attendance. The total real Used by the eale was £1,619 10?. Subjoined are the particulars Mzlbovrsz, Connty of Boorke, parish of North Melbourne. Situated in Chapman, Errol, O'Sbauasiy, 1 and Arden streets, and the ITemington road. Upset price, £300 per acre. Lots 1 to 3.—Passed. Lot 4.—lr., £76. John Hoggins. Lot 5.—Jr., £76. John Hoggins. Lot 6.—1 r.. £75. Solomon Peardon. Lots 7 to 36.—Passed. Lot 17.—lr., £83. C. S. Ward. Lot 18.—Ir., £75. C. S. Ward. Lot 19 to 20 — Passed. Lot 21.—Ir., £75. C. C. D. Fontago. Lot 22 —lr„ £82. C. C. 11. Fontago. Lot 23—lr., £100, C, C. D. Fontago. Lot 24,—Ii., £105. James Mmtthewson. Lot 26,-lr., £100. J W. Leonard. Lot 26.—lr., £78. Thomas Johnson. Lot 27.—lr., £80. Catherine Jones. Lot 2b. — lr, £75. John Young, Lot 29.—lr, £75. John Young. Lot 30.—lr., £75. John Young. Lot 31.—lr, £79. John Bsrione. Lot 32.—lr, £75. John Barioue....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

Amusements. T HEATRE 11 O Y 1 L. Bole Lessee and Maosger, Barry Sullivan. THIS EVENING, And Every Evening until further notice, VrliT be produced I The Celebrated Nautical Drama, By Edward FiUbatl, Esq., Entitled the pilot, V.'iVh New Scenery, Dreeeos, die., In which BABBT SULLIVAN Will appear •• LONG TOM COFFIN. Mr. GEO. LEOPOLD Will dance his eelebratod boknpipe Every Evening. The Magnificent New Scenoiy by Mr. J N 0. HE N KING S, AsMatod hv Mr. PEKVBERGER. The Machinery by Mr. SCOTT And Amteunta. Properties by Messrs. TROTTER. D U N N, And Assistants. Costumes by Mrs. BENNETT And Assistants. Grand Entr'Acte and Incidental Music by Prof HUGHES. First Night of the Great Irish Drama Of HANDT AND Y. The Entertainment* will commence (at 7.80 precisely) with the celebrated Nautical Drama, in four acts, by E. FiUuall, Esq., entitled 1 THE PILOT, With the following unrivalled cast: The Pilot, Mr. B 0 B T. HEIR. Colonel Howard, Mr. J. C. LAMBERT. Lieutenant Barnstaple, Mr. FITZGERALD. Lon...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST NEWS TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

LATEST NEWS TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. BYJJM&SBBjmdat. Mr. Dean held ttfPj tobaoco, in bond. About eold. Aromatic fetched ftom'yJSl lid. to Su 6d.; cavendtib, lAld. to fi. 7d.; necrofaead, la, Id. to 2a. 2d. „ Tbtwool aalea to-d»y «n well attended. Btddiaga were bdak. About 28Q bata wart MkLatlaiataba. iaitted MM atato .that'the Anna OaMhrnwai loadlac at Valpazalao for the ■ Ben :|Gvro .sang robbed Mr. M'Oatuh'e tfatka, ip^Jfcftonf, T«t«day» nod took aa^i^giMMMIIJwaB«7 and other rmlu afcka, were la the neighbour la»d,lwlljwdp»waTOtl»rt>bbei«. BlAopnitmoa, m Ma return to Auck land, WM atfcMktd al ike New. Hebrfdea. Two of the crew warn HHod Arrired.—The Day PtiL fram i unVlenil j AdnmUuar, from TOeflkw} Bnamnh Booth, from 0Ug& Sailed.-Who Somta had Bo* ^aA iot A^bido; John Jay, for fianBl(|Uo«no, " W" ■ ■■ 'SrosB*iBtoA Vkt&qucmoOodit ham dlamlltfiiwi^ junction restraining Dtwson from mannfae tuilng Minor King's Botan quarts crushing machine, but have directed ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING. HOBSON'S BAY. ARRIVED.—SEPT. 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

SHIPPING. HOBSON'S BAT. AEBIFEZ).—Skpt. 28. Barron, s.a, 400 ton*, James Lowrie, from New (•stle, N.8.W., ?4tb inat. Passenger®—cabin: M NcUl j and scren. In the eteeiage. D. Uttle, agent. Bm. SO. Fernandez, French barque, 413 lotu, Q. Chiigneau, from Calcutta 6th August. Passengers —cabi n: Mr. and Mrs. Bull and fauiilr (two), Mr. Coleman; and two In the steerage. A. Woolley and Nephew, agents. Golden Fleece, ship, 879 tons, K. L. Keys, from Newcastle, N.S.W., 19th inst. No passengers. A. Woolley and Nephew, agents. Claud Hamilton, a.*., 630 tons, E. 8- ftfachin, from Kelson, N.Z., 19th inst. Passengers—saloon: Mrs. Moss, family (three), and servant; Mr. and Mra. MlUer, Mr. and Mrs. Clarke, fir. and Master Disher, Messrs. G. and J. Brown, Sir el, Binny, Conway, Burnett; Valk, from Bong Koug 16th June. Passengers— tacnty Chinese in the steerage. Kong Meng and Co., agents. Sen. 80. Isabella, brig, 256 tons N\ Heath, (ran Newcastle, N.S.W., I6tb ulu No passengers. Boyd and Currie, age...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

COMMERCIAL. Fridty Evening. There have been few IrsnsaHioea worthy of note In tbe Import market today. Floor is aostained at previous quotations, holders manifesting no anxiety to sell. TheColllng srood, with a cargo consisting of aboot 700 tone of floor, baa arrived, altera long passage, bom San Francuoo, and we understand thai tbe lot baa been under offer,ata price, how ever, which up to the preaent time baa pre cluded purcbaae. The Calliance, bom Lon- : don, ia the bearer, we And, of aoue 100 tone A email parcel of Chilian, all faulla, WbUxad at anction today tit Macbin'a atont hat ad vanced toffs. Sd„ sake at thai figure baring been effected. Balk ale is (n fair and will improve as tbe aeaaoe progresses. A parcel of 1,600 bushels of malt end one of 2,000 of barley, have dunged handa at market rata. By tbe Coll logwood we hare San Frandaoo journals to the 1st July. The news baa been anticipated through other channels. There were not any export entries for gold passed at the Custo...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

BIRTHS. Barvurt.—On the £44h ult., at E'ectra-street, Wll Uamatown, Mrs. Sidney Bartlett of a daughter. Corlst.<—On the 25th wit., at Apaloy-houie, Wel llngion-atroet, SU Hilda, Mrs. Thomas Corley of a daughter. Divta.-On the 25Ui ult, at Tintern, Tooralt, the wife of Samuel Parle, Esq., of a eon. Eabt.—On the 18th ult,, at Balaclava-road, East St. Rllda, Un.J. East of aeon. Fuclat.«—On the let ult., at Clarendon-street, Erne rakl-hiU, the wife of John FinUv, Ewf., J. P., of a •on. G Rika.—On the 27th nit, at 85 Park-street, Emerald hUl, the wife of Ch&rlosGrler, surgeon, ore eon. JAOOBSOK,—On the 20th ult, at 128 Russell-street, Melbourne, the wife of 8. Jacobson of a daughter. Lytoato.—On the 25th ult, at Dun&onald House, ikroadmeadows, Mr*. John 11. 6. Lydiard of a son. Lima.—At Whroo, Mrs. John Thomas Lewis, Bala clava-hill, of a daughter. Ltwrs.—On the *26th ult, at Balaclava-hill, Whroe, Mrs. Jibn T. Lewis of a daughter. Maxwkll.—On the26tb ult., at ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

TO CQB&RSPONDEKT3. We ere obliged to our ingenious corrospon. dent in Wellington-parade for turning the prospectus of Tie AMttralatinn into rhyme. Hie subject, howerer, unfits the " Ode" for the Poets' Comer. "J. 3.B.'s" Torses "To E " are highly passionate and complimentary to the lady to whom they an addressed. They will, how erer, scarcely bear critical examination. "Peace" and "happiness" are no doubt closely related, but they do not harmonise aa rhymes. The author has a smack of the spirit of poetry in him, and he will probably do better in his next attempt. Letters addressed to the Editor of Tie Ant* /catenas should be legibly written, and on one ride of the sheet only. The writer's j name must, in all cases, accompany his com munication.

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THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

1SWXBKB0YAL. ncrMiuiBiMriidr. oomewwitT.ie.

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POLYTECHNIC HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

FOLYTSCBKIC BUX. Drawing-room Mjnlalmiwil by Mr. and lira On. Out Commoner at 8*

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HAY MARKET THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

HATKAUCT THKATfiJL

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. 11m following" nnctipneera' veport* ligve bee&ieoolved; Mean. Qnig tod Horny offered at their room* tba cargo of floor ex Collingwood, from San Fran daoo, bat only 106 torn were eo'd, st £24 10a per ton, cm month. Tbty abo cold » small parcel of MetcalT* , Adelaide floor, at £25 5c. pa* km, net cash; oUo nU ceta, 8*. 13d. per bushel; 1,000 boxes foreign candles, far net cub, light-rdgbtc, «l) faults, at fifed, to fifed. pa pocket; faSL-wtigfala, *11 faults, it 1 7 £d. to 7|d. per Ik ; Jar* rice (inferior maple), eft £25 15*. per too; Fates rioe (oid), £15 b. 6d. per ton; btacfc pepper, 4fed. pa lb.; phiteritd oils, iU. 3& to lit. Cd. per damn; hsf-ptnt tried oil, 6c. 6d. to 6c. Od. per daceo; saacee, hrif-ptnts, 6c. Od. per doaen; Cheddar dieur, 6d. pa ib.; Bytes'* stout, Sc. Id. pa dotkO; AUsopp'e tie, 8*. 66. per dozen. Maw*. FiwrandCo. told, tttbe Ifribmsne and Botoont Bey BiUnj* Shed, thic day, the damaged portion oftbecugo of sugar ex Fraud...

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