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MATCHES OF THE WEEK. PLEASANT CREEK v. ARARAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

MATCHES OF THE WEEK. pleasant creek v. ababat. The first match or the season between the Ararat and Pleasant Creek Clubs was played on the 9lb Instant, on the ground jHha latter. The " knowing one* prsdloted lb the Iraratlnn. would hero to hide their diminished heads, and odds were to. tent* cases given against them. The result, bow ever,proved that the "knowingones aw not always correct-the Ararat team winning ream taking the Add. It was soon seen that the bowling was too good for the batsmen, wicket after wicket falling in quick suooes ClMrt fast bowling was really ■mlendld afwlll be seen by refitting to the Jnalvsie'' and the Oreekltes dldnt seem to know what to do with White's slows, j^klns was the only man who mndan sUDd «nd that wa» mora by good look thao jreod 'management, as he gave twochsnoesto Munav early In his Innings, which were both missed Too much praise cannot be awarded Ksresteadfor Ws admirable longBtopjdng. Sot manv longetops In the colony bet wonld have allowod a...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MATCHES FOR THE MONTH. TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

MATCHEUyOR THEMONT&p 1L0.0.V. OodBterfSontk* at tUbcranw ■' is *n**: !rMfa^F^r.Xmn4(«,«t8oatbTKni.

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

to ihi u>m» 0* mimuiiuf. Sir,—A« I fad your paper nUn pretty full; into Turf trfitt,. «riih your land permiwioa, fire yon • far mwii on pufag areata. ?bc dfafaff fad Maiden Meeting at the VJLOL it >m»r*nnfai«d with the thingi that «rr:i|MV fad though .fa* etenmrdr ma; take • far eban of credit to thenedree for tha food an c ting it tm, fat yifltrtending the my bad weetlier, yet ( think than bmufatbrjthfa^ fully merit them. Tint,' thmy<>**>|u»efbe eoam. The farf fcnot • farther wtfe -fafaVl|wfaa«Mt -TPMi 1 fdnk fayper •fa^iy ofa^tiit.dfau wij^ftotga*t»i»at fBfa!*' -I fafa»fafa##ie fctfaimpfr •fane of the gme, tot fafaffafafc-n greet j&b *«7 iDbotwartW,! i» tufa* • toir a^re eotaAkoty jwOi. OSwjgnM protection toUi £n«i my in ml> m iMwaliW f&tiftirtp^to jitoefe'wkiifc'l fa^ttolrbmrty «ShwS to tot' ®>*« aflmfarion todbgjb («*>&! tbtrnthtixyimj Nation. Iton, t datsk'i fiomttoy. . •Ma tot'tim aq&L'-a b<?*« *r*nt* t...

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

ADVERTISEMENTS. gEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS, HOLLOWAra PILLS AND OINTMENT. Copy of a Letter reod red from Uewi GORDON ml GOTCH, dated Melbourne, July 36, IWft. 41 Dw Sir, —■ Wo hiTft found out that bean a considerable trede doing in COUNTERFEIT ING YOUR PILLS — that a man, (wbon name we know,) made for a certain person a marine, roUing cut One Hundred and Fifty PUU at onoe; that labels were printed, and despatched op too country in great numbea; and that the machine was offered to a friend of oun for Bale, which we suspect J3 at work some where. What ean we do for yon in tots matter ? Something should bo done at once, if we were eure you would approve of it, we would eet the deteotires at work, ana ferret the tusrt oat. "Weare, Ac., (Signed) "GORDON A GOTCH.*' In many placet Abroad, toe Government stamp to tbaee Medicines Los lately been forjeu, and affiled to an immense quantity of spurious Ointment and Pills, and aald to toe public at my preparations Please to observe, therefore, that ...

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

IMPOUNDIHSS. IntpmnkUdak fmlrnit, lltk Hmght, 36M. toft :-Bad tad «UK cow, OTLHvm an naakWot aaaratd, todrimHcWiiC If aftdalawdud annaaaa p$<; to> «dd on M Ototmim, PM. ft ftiu, MfaKoftnbcr. l!M,to'JcUanHr:--Ba«wf'wUicMl, ■» wUfalc ^(SnUw.nat puSSm^mL wk.m _ „ laaimli i iK—fck-Zi. ; BttA«a,at» ifflBIIijl »j|ijj> S^o£KtS"3Si , BdiiiU.~btotonM nft 180S tot jp.W*uar,*f a* 1 ■ddta aad collar 4 Sara^flL IWl Ni - ? Trujian w. par toad* wiita toil MOi Mlf, uu ribst tump, «4 lads, iuwt -bit. TouUn* boll, led on 6*4 *ai mask, no tbible fanmdl} reSTmfiav'IrtUte teok *nd belljj norleible farend* If noteUlmidMa owenm piH, to bo Mid - ID» youiw, r xmtut Dawoibw, IBM-, J>4.vt»"yoo!toj Fwodktepar. - " " -r '* na«d olOloom, lath Noma bar, ,<ftr'liiih«(Wi of OlnflM Common. S4> MCh on homeBad uui : JiaSfar, If om imeki-(liuwbmjf JnUbr, jf new took; naigdiraitaulihr, lug«MoWhed brand like BP; rod tod Whitehall mU, no visible brand, two soaaorsrirfpjiiuuhsdo off-romp n...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE "OWL" PRIZE AT WIM BLEDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

THE "OWL" PRIZE AT Will BLEDON. This prize, presented by Die editor* of the Owl newspaper, and shot fornndereuoh peculiar circumstance#, was won by Sergeant Martin Smith, of the Victoriai. , It oonaists of an extremely classical eilrer vase, With biro flnely tapered handles rising the entire height, end between which, on the summit of the lid, is , perched a well-modelled owl. The body Of the rase hsa on each side a beautifully exeouted bas-relief in oiidiaed aflrer—the one repre senting Minerra (the goddess of wisdom, learning, arts, and arms), seated with shield and spear, and by her aide an owl; another of I those emblematic birds forming the plnmo of | her helmet. On die other eide is a Baoohana lian group of children, ercwoed with vine leaves, bunchee of grapes strewn about in the foreground, and a aage owl gazing on them foom the bough of a neighbouring tree. The vase is supported by a fluted stem, and stands 1 on an ebony pedestal, which beers a eilrer ehield with a suitable ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INTERCOLONIAL RIFLE MATCH. (BY ONE OF THEM.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

INTERCOLONIAL RIFLE MATCH. (bt on or them.) Thursday, tbe 10th lost, was, u stated Id my previous letter, a leisure day to the New South Welshmen, as the range on which they bad been practising, and over which the Intercolonial Match was to be shot, was closed in order to efect certain alterations preparatory for the fifth meeting of the Vic torian Bide Association for prise shooting. The men availed themselves of the holiday to make calls, visit the public institutions of the dty—the Library, the Mossam, the Houses of Parliament, Ac.—and to drive tonnd the suburbs. Friday morning dawned bright and beautiful, ana everything pro mised fsroarsbly for the oompotitions that wen arranged for that day. The enn wae moderately warm, and the brecae cool and refreshing from the south-west. The rifle range lies about north and south, so that this brecae blew from the left front. The first match was at 200 and 600 yards', seven shots at each range, with the Govern ment rifle, and open to Victor...

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

COMMERCIAL. Tharid&r Erening. Beyond the section talcs very little business in the import muket fails to be reported to-day. A very superior sample of Chilian wheat was sold by Messrs. Greigand Murray. It was described as amongst the best ever seen in the colony, bet the highest bid. obtained (at which the parcel was knocked down) was 7a Gd. per bushel; inferior quality brought fo. lOd. A large sale of East Indian sugars took place at the rooms of Messrs. Fraser and Co. The bulk of the cargo was disposed of but at 20s. per ton lower than the prices lately current, and the sale was stopped. Par ticulars will - he found bAow. Kerosene is lower, large quantities coming forward. Coz zens's, to arrive, is now quoted at 4s. lOd. to &. First-class paper is discounted by the banks at 8 per cent, for three months, and 10 per cent, for four months. Erchange has fallen somewhat. Sixty days' drafts at sight may be quoted at from j- to i per cent dis count A small failure—that of...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOWN EDITION. SHIPPING. ARRIVED.—Nov. 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

TOWN EDITION. SHIPPING. ARRIVED.—Nov. S5. AMlng*. fttmi Duncan Wtb —cabin: Messrs. fiirachau, Gya».<y% IXlilodv Wotber ley, Uvingtlou* Bnjlgciiiam cftono* M'Kinaon, Fink, Daniels, CottenU, Lou'!joHl, Messrs. Se&raeder ana J ago, mail agents; and rereuty is Ihe steerage. M'Alcckau, Blackwood, and Co., agents. Black Bn*an, 4QQ tons, W. 11. Saunders, from Laun cestou 21th. ib*u Passengers—cabin: Miss Ritchie, Mist Packer, Mrs. M'Donell; Messrs. llobson, Woo If, HaUou, Davtea, Anderson, Dawson, Dodd, Farthing; Rev. Jas. Henderson. Hev. — Russell; and sixteen in the stowage. ttu, itaylos and Oo,, ageuts. Balmoral, schooner, 107 tons, K. Sanderson, from Hobart Town. Mo paswmgera. George Lewis and Co., agents. Anuie Wfeon, shin, 1,718 Ioub, White Star Line, John DuckfU, from Liverpool 23rd August. Passen gers—ioloou: Dr. Hcrton and Ura. Morton, Messrs. Tumor, Sutton, Ji/ineton ; and 807 iu the interme dliite and steerage. Lorimer, Harwood, and Rome, agents. Madras, P. an...

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

PROVINCIAL TURF. ' BiXOSOV Ifnff Chib have adopted the new wd* of*refehte '"■ age manUj introduced bjr thetfitetone improvement on the eeelel^, nee.—Bptelator. • ■ •fljUB lUtflm.—Hie Sole Turf<C?ub Hat _ , ttunwn. «i te nmforon theliMfrZ'<i|>»: rueiy, the eeeoal day of the eattknm-niee. Katriee are to tie mede on the 11th Jjpiigigj?.* Timn. Tn» Kiucur* Jffrar.—On Jut Friday,* number of gentlemen who hooted with^fe.*; Wffltem Petinan'e houhde dnrin*th»naet fffitoti. bhft ilt bontioi AttMrJB'-' lite fBub HoteJ, fielr.ee* loath eftheir appro-' tn«rticn^^*i*?potiaaian, and being the } flwtt o Jntroduoe buntihgiii the old Eogilih et/le intoQippe lantL M eight o'cloak about ] forty gentlemen aet do«n> to dinner. ltr.: Kane, Bendent Hagiatrpte, In the dhair. After the penal loyal teeite lied been diepoeed ■ I ef. Ifr. lane. tn en toonnitto eoeeeh. nro- J jpiljjthe health of the iwptol Seeraning, .j and ooncludcd by presenting Mr. Pearson with a very handsome sil...

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

SPORTS OF THE FIELD AND THE STREAM. Fot a few of the present denizens of Victoria often look back with eager memory upon the enjoyment of the sports of the field and the stream in the old country ; and some have doubtless often sighed for the means and the opportunity of renewing their acquaintance with those invigorating and exhilarating pursuits which delight the heart of sporting man. " The noble science" of fox-hunting, the keen pleasures of following more luxuri ous game, the robust and manly exercise of boating, the cheerful pride of eques trian supremacy or superiority, the ven turous joys ol yachting, down to "the gentle art' of angling, with ali the divari cations and ramifications of each, have never ceased to have their ardent admirers in this community; happy are those amongst ub to whom it is given, not only to love and long, but also to enjoy, at least whateverof this kind Australia Felix offers in the bush ornear oureonntry homesteads. Few of the great sports are excl...

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

QUOITS. Quoits as a game is tolerably familiar to the British (-porting mind, bat qaoitiug matches as a lule rarely engross much public attention. There ore clubs of players who devote their leisure hours to this ainu:emeut, as others do to cricket, but the ebb and flow of their (-accesses are rarely recorded; nor ; should we mention the subject now but for the fact that on Thursday sad Friday next there are to take place, at Kelly's Crown Hotel, Gerlcng. two qaoitiug matches of un usual Interest They are. in fact, the calmi r atien of some remarkable competition. The famous quoit clubs in Victoria am three in number, vis.—the Coliingwooi (late Fitxroy Select), the Geeloug West, and the Guildford (near Castlemaine) dubs. The Coilingwood Club are about the oldest, and have for some time past been playing a series of matches with the Geeloug West Club, neither haying as yet gained any important ad vantage. On Thursday next, however, a final match is to he played, at the place afore-me...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EQUITY COURT HOUSE.—FRIDAY, Nov. 18. (Before his Honour Mr. Justice Williams, and Special Juries of Four.) [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

Eqdht Court houbh.—Friday, Nov. 18. I (Before hie Honour Mr. Jnetioe WlllUms, and Speoitl Juris* of Four.) ■ HAflRimi T !Mvn A feigned issue, to try tbe right to the stakes of the Publicans' Parse, at the Wan gerattn races. As the points Involved were points of law, a verdlot for the plaintiff, with out damages, was entered, by content, to be subject to each ultimate entry on tbe recrrd as the Oonrt shall deem right on the points of law involved. Boon ▼. o'axatr. An action of libel. The plaintiff was John Hood, chemist, late M.LA. for Bolfist; and the defendant was Michael O'Reilly, proprietor of the Bdfatl Banner. The libels com plained of were articles pub lished in the Banner on the eve of the last election. In reference to tbe oonduct of the plaintiff at former elections. One of the libels was in relation to some alleged statements of Mr. Hood said to have been ' made in the presence of Mr. C. G. Daffy, late j M L.A. for Villieis and Heytesbnry. as to the conduct of Mr. Mason an...

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

SPORTS & PASTIMES. AQUATICS. The Upper Yarm on Saturday afternoon was fairly patron bed by boat-loads of patties bent on aquatic enjoyment, and some row ing practice was engaged in by mnnbers of the varii.ns clubs. A scullers' match for a small silver trophy took place between T. Blackttone, of the Prince of Wales Club, and T. Jsmieson, of the Ariel Club, the coarse being fiom Church street-bridge to Prince's bridge. A fair start was effected, and tbo . Ariel representative maintained the lead as far as the bathing booses opposite the Bo tanic gardi ns, where be was overtaken by i bis competitor, who kept ahead to the close , of the race. j

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SATURDAY, Nov. 19. (Before his Honour Mr. Justice Williams and a Special Jury of Twelve.) DRIVE AND ANOTHER v. [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

fijLTUBDiT. Nor. 18. (Befar* bl» Bettoar If r. Jn»tioe WiW*m«.«Bd • Bprrtll Joiy of Twdro.) nitrm abd AirotBift v. unDoiuas. At icWt by Heoty Drfwr end John ITtoen. «-New nuud,:to reoowr froi* " SnodtTMa, MX moneyi deltaed, Inttfteeeouyljpew nod e«entefor Mr. Peter SnodcroM,ILL mow* deltaed, & tbe nteinttft-M eourlypew eodej' - Wnwenl of 8,000 Mid pdd jheep i from <hli ooontry to New EeeUnd, Toe ereif, we* o{ the-erkfeoo* oooeirted of jdtmltltei tefan by ooaBilwteB or w&un mdI' tteu 'lnq^oHMMit to New one oortemooienoe, of ijr.Cmfrte. ESo»ti Wl broken oat, an if been-vety f*M, iradit mi mncti-oonteeted phint whether, pm.djMP had1 taen «Wpped gctbbr, or bad oontieOMfl the diteut InNeir Zetland thioogh -the went of cere o[ the pitta " Mr.' Mlohle, Q.C., Mr. "Wood, tad Mr. Fellow*. far the pl»Wlff<: Mr. Ireland, Q.0, •nd Mr. BtTrfc, tor the defendant The J air found t wdlot for the plaintiffs 'for the biOnoeclelmed, *1,851 Ilk. ti The verdlft tl eo...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MONDAY, Nov. 21. (Before his Honour Mr. Justice Williams, and a Special Jury of Twelve) RAWLISON v. THE QUEEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

Uoroir. Nor. 21. (Before his Hoooar Mr. J tuHoe.WllIlims, end »SpLCl*l Jary of TwelTe) u«udm v. thk amis. Mr. Dnm ud Kr-Einli for the peti tioner; Me. Billing «>d Mr. Wriion for the defence. This vu epetltion under 21st Vict, No 49, the net enabling persons to sue the Grown on •ctlone of contract. in which Mr. Thomat Ellis Bawllneon claimed £1,000 damages for wrongful dismissal from the Government tervloe, end for the nine of certain work end labour performed by him at a Government servant. The petition set out that, in con sideration that petitioner would, at the Queen's request, giro up a certain appoint ment which he held In the Government service on tire let Jane, I860, and become surveyor In the GHpps Land district, the Queen promised htm that, In the event of a certain consolidation of department', he should resume his then Pjyt, and alleged as nlreti. breach a wrongful dismissal. The petition also claimed compensation for petitlooer as a redooed offioer, at the rats ma all...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CIVIL SITTINGS BEFORE HILARY TERM. NEW COURT-HOUSE.—FRIDAY, NOV. 18. (Before his Honour Mr. Justice Barry, and Special Juries of Four) JOHNSTON v. TULLOCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

CITIL BTTTDfOl BBTOU HHiUT UU N«w OonEi-B008*.-FaiDiT, Not. l& (Before fch Honoor Hi. JustlosBarty, mtl SpoeUI Jtwtaof Four) JOBJttTOff V. TOIiIAOB. . An action to recover a amacee tor uwcal arrwt, mod for malicious prawcutlaB without 1«kh of probable atom. The plaintiff was tfceMftaMUMBt-TOMBItt the Melbourne at v ttooof the Melbourne R til way, and thede Mdbowaa f fcndant the secretary of the Mdbowaa Hall way Company. The arrest compjUloed of appearand fcotaer a char|U^pi»fi}'Nd voder theTowni and Country Pallia Act of wll fully tnnaadnr, mud refuiini to faare the prtmfawt after |»|b| warned to tear* 4bf the owner or bta stent The maUoloatpfoteoa tleawas ths laying of the atore ®b»r«« Mate lb. Sturt, foe the fmrpoae of obttln loy tne warrant on which aba ablator WH nrwiptea. The bail of the wotton «tt that the defendant knew the plaintiff tnaanUlaed bli ground In the refreshment.. rooms deadtethe oomptny, In atMrtimofa &~Js 'O'/a a or probibla causa foroharaiog wit...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SATURDAY, Nov. 19. (Before his Honour Mr. Justice Barry, and a Special Jury of Four.) CROOK v. MILLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

Satumiat. IToV. 19:. (Before bit Honour Mr. Jutfloa Btnftjuid a Special Jury ftf^oar.) oboob nawi. : An action of slander. - The plaintiff. J atMa Elijah Crook, of Bacohua Marsb, «ie<l Eraucta' Miller. eoUcltor, of Baochtu Manhfor ftleely end nttldosdr speaking end publishing of the plaintiff these wordsCrook la a bloody rogue; he came from the other tide; he stole a salt of clothes; he was hooted oat of the dreee-ctrole. I sap pose next Sunday he trill again rob the pariehlonen by going round with the plate." The defendant pleaded "Mot Guilty," only. Mr. Billing for the-plalntlff. The defendant in person oonducted his owp case. The jury found a verdict for the plaintiff, damages £200. The Court adjourned until Monday at ten o'clock a.m.

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

TO TBS SDITOB OT TBS A\mUUIUS. Sir,—In a leading article on tbe merino abeep in four tome of tbe 12th inrt., and referring to a letter of Mr. Macknlght in the eame columns, yon acknowledge as anon doubted fact that at the Intercolonial Show I last year the European abeep were fsMy beaten, and Mr. Macknlght farther adds, that this was after tbe beet Victorian-bred sheep were removed. Now, granting all this, the rase, fairly stated, will not leave much room fat crowing; or, indeed, taken in connexion with the late National Exhibition, by any means bear out Mr. Macknighfe assumed superiority of the Australian merino. In the first place, the imported sheep were only allowed to compete In one clam, which of course was open to all; the others, conse quently, Btood numerically In the proportion say of one to a hundred. Secondly, although it is true the champion ram was removed, so also were many of the imported ones, and it should be remembered that Mr. Kermode'a abeep, to whom the prize w...

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