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COLLINGWOOD EASTER SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1866

COLLINGWOOD EASTER SPORTS. The Collingwood Easter sports, which were held on Monday at the Recreation Reserve, North Fif zroy, in aid of the funds of the Melbourne Hospital and Benevolent Asylum,, wore fully equal to, if not better than, those of previous years. Indeed, it may be said- that Oollingwood never yet Iuclnl energy in a good, cause. Tho programino of tho sports on this occasion, which wan almost fatiguing to road, was unprecedented both innovelty and variety. This is tho third time that tho com mittee, which uonaisted of members of the two borough councils, and of the variant) Odd Follows' and ForoetorH1 lodgeB, liavii onrried into Buoceaaful effect a Bchamo for holding a sort of fair, nt which thorn Jinn fthvpys boon, an aliuudiinoo of English sports, pn'd only a smajl fan' eljiu'fiuil to dofrny expenses iind ralno a fund in aid of tho object of th» gatlinrjng, Tbo ground has boen greatly Jm , proviid pf;?oft JnHt your, nnd visitors, oould oujoy a jliinpo on Min grflnj) ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE REVIEW AT SUM BURY. Head-quarters, Monday, 2nd April. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1866

THE REVIEW AT SUNBURY. [FB.0M THE SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT OF THE AGE. I Head-quarters, Monday, 2nd April. The great day of the encampment has come add gone. It dawned in threatening clouds, arid during the latter, portion of the morning some rather sharp showers fell. Indeed, at one time apprehensions had begun to be pretty generally entertained that a break in the weather was about to take place, and that the fair promise of the opening days of the gatheripg was destined to bo in contrast with it. Had such forebodings been realised, the effect would have been even more disagreeable than might be supposed by persons unacquainted with either tho camp itself, or the more extended scene of the re view operations. The tents are pitched on ground so low, ?': and so enclosed by hills, down which any. rain which might fall would ne2essarily\\ descend, that it would in a vory- shortly time bo converted into .a dismal swamp,: to Bay nothing of the discomfort which would bo occa sioned by the l...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EASTER MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1866

/EASTER MONDAY. Melbourne never, seemed more thoroughly im bued with tho festival spirit than on Monday. Of course a large number commenced,' taking their holiday' on , Good Friday, but it is only on Easter Monday that tho people can be seen thoroughly en-, joying themselves en masse. '.The weather was not of that tropical fervor and brillianoy which we usually assooiatewith Australian festivals ; and occasionally, in the afternoon, the clouds assumed a menacing aspeot; but there ' was abundant sunshine to gladden the hearts of the . pleasure seekers, oven if they did not enjoy that ' sunshine of the soul' which is superior to external-influences ; and upon the whole, the coolness of the atmosphere ?was peculiarly favorable to {he chief pastimes of the day. For a considerable portion of tho afternoon the city seemed forlorn and desolate, as every business establishment was closed, except tho3e whose busi ness is pleasure ; aud,, judging from appearances, they did an exceedingly plea...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE VINTAGE IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1866

THE VINTAGE IN AUSTRALIA. Tho vineyard interest in Victoria, should it pro gross in the future as it has done during the last decade, will be entitled to rank as the fourth great producing interest of the colony. From compara tively small beginnings, for the early plantations of the vino embraced only an acre hero and there, it has now attained a position wbiohv has obtained for it a speoial recognition at -the hands of the Legislature. The odd acres have swelled to thousands; at Sunbury, Tabilk, Yering and in the Albury dis tricts may now be found vineyards, each comprising from fifty to a hundred and thirty acres of land, whilst on every sida the traveller cannot fail to meet with plots of tho life-giving plant, of dimonsions according with the objects of tho owner/, be they growing wine for salo or simply for family use. Tho notable increase- of private vineyards is one of the most cheering signs of the times; a fow years hence, and every country resident will be enabled to enter...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NATIONAL AND POUT PHILLIP GRAIN SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1866

THE NATIONAL AND PORT PHILLIP ' GRAIN. SHOW. ; The second national grain show, at the instance of the Board of Agriculture, came off on Ihe 28th nit., in the Exhibition Building. The first show of the kind occurred during the uatumn of last year, at Ballaurat ; that of the 28th nit. was couduoted jointly by the Board of Agriculture and the Port Phillip Farmers' Society, the 'secretary and committee of the latter-named body bearing the chief burden of nfanagement. The show, upon the whole, waB a decided success, the total number of entries being 178, consisting chiefly of the larger and.'more im portant' farm produots, together with; the largest' number of exhibits' in wines 'that wo have hitherto had to record. An years roll on, twenty-two exhibits of a dozen bottles each may come to be considered an ordinary thing ; but at present such an exposition of the state of a rising industry must be accounted highly satisfactory. To those who remember the, Ballaarat. Bhow, the exhibition of...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE REVENUE OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1866

THIS REVENUE OF VICTORIA. . The following is a comparative statement of the net revenues of Victoria received into the Treasury, Melbourne, during and on account of tbe quarters and years ending 31st March, 1865 and 1866 respectively, omitting fractious of a pound : — Quarter ending Tear ending Hxads of Bktenue. Mar. 31, Mar. 31, Mar. 31, Mar. 31, 1865 186b 1865 1860 I.— Customs. Import DuUcb— £ £ £ . fi , On Spirits ? 121, 4 '2 106,314 5 11/, 931 488,177 Wine ? ' 12,877 10,553 49,211 41,681 Beer ? 7,788 7,317 35/44 84,376 Tobacco and snuff ? 32.002 20,086 129,918 116 782 Cigars ...... ...... 3,778 2,752 13..194 12,451 Tea ? 19.2R7 4,015 78,832 68,786 Sngar and molasses 23,672 17,520 9i,503 67,367 Coffee..... ? 2.822 2,625 11,12; 1S,11-5 Opium ? v ? 4,604 - 3.871 31.325 18,002, Rice ? 3,477 2,900 16,873 13,770 Hops ? .. ? 1,008 2,379 4,6.10 6,814 Malt,.... ? 850 97f 7,486 7i?83. Hheepwash Tobacco 2,689 2,198 8,359 7,388 Registration fees ... ... 2,051 3,560 2,051 Wharfage and Hor- ;...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1866

BIRTHS, MAEBIAGES, AND DEATHS. BIRTHS. ? Anderson.— On Tuesday, 10th inst., nt Turret Lodge, Windsor, Mrs T Y. Anderson, of a daughter. Both doing well. Ashlt. — On the 6th inst., ntTennysnn Villa, Ten nyson-street,- St. Kilda,. the wifo of Edmund Ashly, Esq , of a son. .?.-???'?'. ? ? Burton.— On the 29th ult., at Ddrelnn Creek,' the wifo of Pritchard J. Burton, of a daughter. ? GLASSFORD.— On the 6th inst., at Fulton-street, East   St.Kilda, Mrs Matthew Glassford of a daughter. Lei:.- On the ilth inst., nt hor residence, Bourke sireot enst, tho wifo of B. Leo, Ironmonger, of a daughter. M'Bkan. — On the 9th inst., at Cardigan-street, Mrs Alox. M'Benu of a son. MoiusoN.— On the 10th inst., at. Chnmbers-strcet, South Yarra, ? the wife of Mr Geo. nlorison of a ?daughter. Ruilly.— On the 80th March (Oood Friday), at 53 YnunR Ktrrct, Colhngwood, the wifo of Mr G. M. Reilly, cf n duughter. MAimiAGES. T)ri dqp — Stvbbick.— On the 30th ult , nt tho VVo^pn I'arsnmige, GoeloDR,...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1866

THE MONTH , Our last monthly summary announced that Mr M'Culloch had resigned, in consequence of the rejection of the tariff by the Council. In tendering the resignation of himself and col leagues, Mr M'Culloch presented to his Excellency tne Governor a minute, setting forth clearly and forcibly the revolutionary conduct of the Upper House, its utter inconsistency, and its determination to embarrass the Government by every means in its power, in order to effect its great object of regaining the control ot the public lands of the colony. As soon as the announcement of the resignation of the Ministry was made, Mr Cope, in the Legislative Assembly, moved the following resolution :— ' That   the rejection, for the third time, of the tariff by the Legislative Council exhibited a total disregard of the opinion, and wishes of the people of this colony, as expressed at the last general election; that inas much as such tariff had been passed by large ma jorities of the Assembly ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IRON BRIDGE BRISBANE, QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1866

IRON BRIDGE BRISBANE, QUEENSLAND. Up to a very recent period the only moans of com munication between the two portions of , tho city of Brisbane, -which, though constituting one munici pality, aro respectively designated North and. South Brisbane, being separated by the. river, consisted of punts and forry boats. A few^yoars ago it bocamo evident that such provision would soon bo wholly in adequate for tho increasing passenger and goods traffic botweon the two sides of tho river, and especially aa rogarded goods traffic between North Brisbane, whore goods aro landod and shipped, and the interior. It was also evident that tho only way in which the want could be suitably supplied, was by tho erection of a substantial bridge. Tho bite considered tho most eligiblo was a line across the river in continuation of Quoon-street— tho principal thoroughfare of North Brisbane. After somo agita tion on tho subject, tho corporation advertisod for plans both in tho colonies and in England for an i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LATE REV. D. J, DRAPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1866

THE LATE REV. D. J, DRAPER. The esteem in which Mr Draper was held by the Wesleyan body, and the universal regret which is felt at his untimely death, wera manifested by the numbers who attended at Wesley Church, Lonsdale-street, on   the occasion of the special services held on the Wednesday evening sub- sequent to the arrival of the news of his death. It had been announced that the Rev. John Eggleston would   preach a sermon in memory of the deceased gentleman. Shortly after seven o'clock, almost half an hour   before the service commenced, every seat in the church was occupied, and soon afterwards the building was     crowded to excess. There were seats to accomodate 1646 persons, irre- spective of the children's gallery and orchestra At about eight o clock, there could not have been less than three thousand persons present within the church, and between three and four hundred were then endeavoring to gain admission...

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THE SALMON OVA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 19 May 1866

THE SALMON OVA. The transhipment of the salrrion , ova, imported by the Lincolnshire, from the bold of that vessel into that of tha Victoria, ; whiob. latter, vessel has been placed at the disposal of tho Acclimatisa tion Society, for tho conveyance of the ovu, to Tas mania, took place on 4th inB t. , at the Sandridg, b pier ; the Viotoria taking her berth alongside the Lincoln shire, in order that the transhipment ; infant be conducted .without delay, and with the least'p sssible disturbance to the ova. ' Operations commenced at an early hour in the morning, and the process, having to be conducted with no ordinary degree of care, lasted until about' five o'clook in the af ter- nooa, daring which time 141 boxes, containing ova enveloped in moss, were packed, being surrounded with ice in larger cases, each of whioh contained a dozen boxes. These larger cases were lined with blanketing, and surrounded with a thick coating of straw, so as to prevent jarring from the rolling of the vess...

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INTERCOLONIAL EXHIBITION. PARIS EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 19 May 1866

INTERCOLONIAL EXHIBITION. PAEIS EXHIBITION. - The commission held a general meeting on the 7th instant, at the offices of the Board of Agricul ture. Present: Sir Redmond Barry (in the chair), the Count de Castelnau, the Rev. Dr. Bloasdalo, Dr. F. Mueller and 0. E. Bright, Esq. The, Secretary brought forward his progress report, of which tuefollowirig is a loopy :— - In accordance with the instructions of the com mission, and in association with the Rev. Dr. Bleas dale, I visited South Australia for the purpose of pressing upon the attention of the Government of that colony the claims on which the first proposed Intercolonial Exhibition was entitled to receive a generous ' and general support. As fall accounts of our mission, havo already been published, it is unnecessary that' ?' I- should now trouble the commission with a detailed report o£ our proceedings in Adelaide. By the .journals: laid upon tho table it will bo seen that his. Excel lency Sir Dominic Daly,' the whole of his Ca...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TATTOOING IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 19 May 1866

TATTOOING IN NEW ZEALAND. The art of tattooing, as every one knows, has been brought to great perfection in New Zealand. It is an essential - part of warlike preparation ; and whenever on expedition is determined upon, the skill of the best artists. belonging to ? the tribe is immediately called into requisition, as every war rior then undergoes some .fur ther operation, and the more highly finished the face of a .chief, the more is the per- . formanco prized. When a chief throws off his mat, lib seems, as proud of displaying ? the ornaments figured oil his skin, as a first-class exquisite is in exhibiting himself in the latest fashion of dress.* The Corsair hove in tight - from the stations on Monday morning, at daylight, hut the wind was so scant from the northward that' it was late at night before she camo to the outer , anchorage and was boarded. Captain Kees re ports leaving Live -pool on ' 11th January, but on pi o ieerU ? ing to sea a heavy gale set in with such fury thut she...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOSS OF THE SHIP THETIS AT CORAL QUEEN ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 19 May 1866

tOSS OF THE SHIP THETIS AT CORAL QUEEN ISLAND. _ The sphopner Neva, which arrived in this harbor on Thursday; reports having picked up Jbe captain ajb'd .six of the, crew of the ship Thetis, at sea on the i2th Maroh last. The Thetis was a 1200 ton ship, hailing from Liverpool, and owned by Messrs ? Gibbs, Bright and Co. She left Melbourne for Maiden Island about tho 'end of January last, in order to take in a cargo of gnnno, and in the follow ing month struck on a reef at Coral Queen (Stour brook) Island in tho night time, without uny pre vious indication of the close proximity of the danger. The orew escaped to the island in the ship'a boats, lud remained by the wreck until it caught tire, and burnt up. The captain anu crew were unable to account for the firing of the vessel after it had been cast ashoiv. Captain Chapman and six of the crew left the island in the ship's longboat, for tho pur pose of seeking aid at the nearest habitable place, the remainder of the orew, numbering tw...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 19 May 1866

SOUTH AUSTEALIAN AQBICULTUAAL ? ? ' :^- retdbns. - ; :-?;: - ['FROM THE BEQIBTER, Al'HlL 27.J , From the agricultural returns now published by the Government statist, Mr J. Boothby, we find that the yield of wheat for the year 1865-6 is even worse than was expected. The average per acre is only 8| 'bushels, and the total produce iB not more than 3,587,246 bushels, against 4,252,949 last year ; thus Bhowing a decrease of 665,703 bushels. Every where, except in the south-east district, the yield has been poor, and it has been very bad indeed on the plains to the north of Adelaide. The following particulars show the total yield in the various dis tricts during the past two years : — i ' Districts.- 1864-5. . 1865-6. Counties — Bushels. Bushels. Adolaide .. .. ..- 1,088,156 .. 859,276 Gawler'.. .. .. 456,790 .. 308,755 Light '.. .. .1,366,231 .. 1,072,454 i Stanley ? 303,170 .. 220,999 I Fromo ' ? — ? .. — I Hiridmarsh .. ? .. 514,678 .. 640,369 Sturt .. . .. .. 257,719 .. '266,377 (Eyr...

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SHOOTING WILD BULLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 19 May 1866

SHOOTING WILD BULLS. XI e s °' e depicted is no unc -???????... one on our large 'h?.nMnns in Victoria, where young bulls of in ferior breed ' havo to bo destroyed as they arrive »t . maturity. The foremost rider having woucded an animal, it has turned upon him, and the utmost eiloi ts of both horso. and rider are required to escape its fury. The further rider . is endeavoring to give tho bull his quietus.

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ARRIVAL OF SIR CHARLES DARLING AT SYDNEY. SYDNEY, 10th MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 19 May 1866

AEilYAI^bF :||S5Og^|i|S^^ARLING. AT Sydney, 10th May. ? ;.Jhe Herdl4..says thWt after t^'g -public meeting, which WM''iel^''Ij^1-^nign't''';ito1|i'ijreparo.- for the de'mbristra tion 'to Sir ,- gHii'rJos : ijai-lipg, had termi nated,, a deputation. waV appbirited, which, ac- - cqmpumed by_ ''a! ' pro^pessipri , of : several hun dred people,',;V.4?*d ' preceded : by a band of music, went to!'-.the : wharf ;;tq meet his Excel lency. After1' waiting anxiously for some time, a steamer' 'wimseori;' which proved. !to be tho You Yang8,''jfrpriy'*i)etyoa^tlel and great disappointment was?fg}t;' '''Abpuf'^ twelve o'clock, however, the Alexandra nrriy_e'd,' -a ad; the band struck up ' Rule Britariuia,' ' arid 'brilliant fire works 'illumined the Bky. ??'.-?. When the Bteanier' neared the wharf, the deputation iind great 'difficulty, in consequence of ihe. crowd, iu forcing itETwky on board. In a. few seconds the cabin was filled, and the deputation gave Sir Charles Darling'ii' liearty, welcom...

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SERIOUS FIRE AT DAYLESFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 19 May 1866

SERIOUS FIRE AT. DAYLESFORD. At three a.m. on the 4th inst. a fire broke bat on the premises of Mr. Gross, the grocer, .of Howe street, which resulted in the entire destruction of the store and its contents, as well as the adjoining shop in the occupation of Mr Hodge, bootmaker. From careful inquiry of Mr Cross, we learn that he and his wife were, the first to detect the disaster. They had retired to bed at the usual time, with their two children, in a room about the middle of the building, the gas having been extinguished as usual. At twenty minutes to one a.m., Mrs Cross got up to let ina young man who slept at the other end of the place, and immediately returnod to rest. .The lodger, states that after reading nearly an hour, he .alsoi , went. to sleep, at that time everything being'skfe'... At three o'clook, or thoreahouts, Mr arid Mrs Cross were awakoned by a strange crackling sound, and on his going into . the store h'e saw.' that it was on fire in the' left-hand corner, near t...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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POST OFFICE NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 19 May 1866

POST OFFICE. NOTICE. The Royal Mail steamship Bombay, will ? be de spatched with the mails for -Western Australia, Point de Galle, India, -'China, and the East, Aden, Mauritius, Reunion, Natal, Cape of Good Hope, Suez, the Medi terranean ? ports,- Europe, America, and the United Kingdom. The times appointed for closing are — For registered letters, at six p.m. on Saturday, the 26thinst. ' : ' ' ; ? f i For newspapers (via Marseilles excepted), at six p.m. on Saturday, the 26th inst. ; : ? ; ? -??' : ' For ordinary letters, at ten living ion- Monday, the ? 28th inst.-. -- ?? '; ??''? ? ) ??? ? '^JW... . ' ;, For newspapers, via Marseilles, nt ton a.m. oifMoiii 4 ' . day, the 28th inst. v ' ' ' ' '? 'p; 1iittte'letters'wlll-bBfreceivediv,as'under,- provided- the postage and fee are fully prepaid iy postage stamps: — ' ! For France or foreign countries, via France, at the General JPost Office only, from ten to half -past ' ten a.m., fee, 3d; from half-past ten to . eleven a.m., fee,^6d...

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SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. VESSELS ARRIVED AT THE PORT OF MELBOURNE SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE APRIL MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 19 May 1866

. V' ; SHIPpiN'G FOeMhB MONTH VESSELS' ARRIVED AT THE ; PORT: OF: MEL i BOURNE SINCE THE ; DEPARTURE ;OF THE 1 APRIL MAIL. - ,;- ?.,,'?,, r.; .. April.- ?. - , ? ???-', -.'--' j ?? ?.:-.?: ':'?:??? :?'..-?/ ??-:-? 25. Hertfordshh-e, ship, 858 tons,; H. Robinson, /from ?':???. San Francisco, :;; ..r ,,; -.,.,? u ; - ? -, , (; '..; ? 25l A. H. Badger, barque, 407' tons,, D. S. Marsnall, ?',-,? from Mauritius. Anderson and. Marshall, agents. 26. Curacoa, H.M. steam frigate, 23 guns. Sir1 W.S. i Wiseman, .Bfc, C.B.,, commodore, frorii Adelaide. . 28; Avenir, French barque, 411 tons, H: Warreyre;' ; : from Mauritius/ 'M'Ewan and Co., agents. '? '?'? 30. Lincolnshire, ship, 1025itons.'.Ei:Chariton,. com '? .:;? mander, from London. W. P. ^7hito and Co., ; ......agents.* - ' .i : : ... ?'::-;,., MAY.-. , .*. ? r..-_ .i--:|,r .. .. ., ,;,,.'. ^ 2. ;Hannah Nicholson, barque, 251. tons, Geo.-Black| : ? ,. .from Mauritius. -Fanning,. Nankiveli and Co., , -.agents.. :?;':;; ., .. ..--.? *; ?;' ...

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