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GENERAL HARRISON (REPUBLICAN) FOR PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 August 1892

JENERALHARKISON (Republican) , . Von Pb«sipent. '

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FISH MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 August 1892

;-V- - ; THE FISHMAKKETS: Our. illustration presents a contrast between the old and the new. For a long time the arrangements made by the Oity Corporation for the disposal of fish have been disgracefully in adequate. The building styled a market,.at the-, corner of Swanston-street and Flinders-street, wan in no way- suited for the purpose. The accommodation was altogether insufficient, and the surroundings grimy and un: pleasant. In the hew market, however, whioh will be available for occupation in a few wooks, these reproaches have been removed and the requirements of the fish trade have been treated in an intelligent and capable mannor. In the new city markets now being erected on the blook of land alongside the viaduot connecting Sponoer-street and Flinders-street railway stations provision is made for a wholesale fish and game market. The exterior of the edifioe was depioted in The . Illustrated Australian News of 1st Juno, 1891, and we now give a view of the internal arrangemen...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 August 1892

^ '^^S^^F The weather has been changeable and occasion ally severe during tlio past month ; rains have been frequont and occasionally heavy, not only in Victoria, but throughout the southorn por tions of Australia and in Tasmania, though no very injurious floods have been caused. Much snow has fallen on the mountain's; of Gippsland. Tho general temperature has not been below the average .though frosts have occasionally occurred, but they have not oausod iriuoh damage except in the cooler districts ; the winds have, however, boon cold and cutting, and combined with the excess of moisture, have retarded the growth both of sown crops and grass, especially, in the cooler parts of tho colony. In portions of tho north-eastern district numbera of cattle have died of starvation, and a .farmer named Lonorgan, residing near Bonnie Ddon, is reported to have destroyed 30 of his cows recently, in con sequence of the soaroity of food and the ex tremely poor condition of the animals. Fat' cattle a...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CITY OF BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 August 1892

CITY OF BENDIGO. Tho city of Bondigo, or as it is more familiarly known, Sandhurst, may now bo regarded as next to Melbourne 'the most important centre of population and industrial activity in Victoria. It lies about 750 feet above tho sea lovel, and ' p'osHOsaes a fine, dry, salubrious - climate. It may be described as tho. head quarters of a rich ? auriferous oountry, consisting mainly of quartz ranges, although alluvial workings aro not altogother unknown there, and from the developments of lato years, more especially in tho direotion of deop sinking, tho mines may be regarded as praotioably inexhaust ible It is, now somo 40 years ninoo it was founded, and, as In the case of Ballarat, and most mining townships, it grew' -out of the influx of people from all quartern of the world to Melbourne when tho discovery of gold became known. Its pro groHH wau nooessarily gradual ; tho canvas tents mado way for slab huts and improvised shanties. These in time disappeared to make room for mo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MR. WHITELAW REID (REPUBLICAN) FOR VICE PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 August 1892

MR. WHITELAW REID (Republican) Fob Vice Pbesident.

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN ADVENTUROUS VOYAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 August 1892

AN -ADVENTUROUS VOYAGE. The American four-masted schooner, W. F. Witzemann, arrived on 2nd July from New Zealand after being 53 days at sea. The sohooner in a regular trader to Melbourne, and as a rule makes the passage in from 10 to 15 days. On this occasion she has been very unlucky, and from the start had to contend against most unequal' odds in the shape, of head galed. .Like all' vessels of her, class the W. F. Witzemann carries an enormous deck cargo, the timbor being staokod high up in the rigging.. With this load,, amounting to 568,000 foot of timbor, Captain Johnson, his wife, four children, a lady passenger and a crew of nine men net out on 10th May from Aratapu to cross the Pacific. The vessel got down'to the bar, where she .was brought up .by .the heavy seas, rendering the passage out impossible. For 17 days Captain Johnson. waited for a lull in the gale to gut to sea, and on 28th May it came. Tho sea was high and dangerous when a start was made, and the wind was mo ligh...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NEW ZEALAND BUDGET. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 August 1892

THE NEW ZEALAND BUDGET. On June 30 Mr. Ballance, Premier and Colonial Treasurer, disclosed his budget in the Houho of Representatives. The hon. gentleman was glad to be able to congratulate Parliament and the eountry upon the result of last year's figures in connection with the ordinary revenue and expenditure of the . colony. The figures expressed in terms whioh oould not fail to be understood that the spending power of the people had inoroased, and that a more widely diffused prosperity prevailed than had existed for n long time previously. The esti mated revenue from ordinary sources was sot down in last year's budget at £3,086,500. to whioh had subsequently to be added £5000 tax on totalisator receipts, nnd also £282,300 from debentures issued for sinking fund increases during tho yonr. These figures gave an estimated total of £4,273,800. The rovonuo actually recoived amounted to £4,361,687, or £87,287 more than was estimated. . The esti mated expenditure amounted to £4,210,532,...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MINERAL RESOURCES OF QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 August 1892

THE .MINERAL RESOURCES OF . ?..,;': QUEENSLAND. .. ,..., ;..... . -Surprises ..continue to come from Queensland concerning; j.tlio , wealth and diversity- of its mineral resources'. ? Mount Morgan has. 'fallen off to some extent in exceptional liohness, but tho confidence of the miner is sustained by tho sen sational finds reported from fields farther north. Nor is discovery confined to auriforous treasure alone. Tliero are sanguine people who contem plato that the wonders of the diamond mines at the Capo .will yet be rivalled if not surpassed on Queensland soil. Hitherto the prospect has been one of -promise, rather than of anything approaching realisation, - but recently very favorable reports have been received from a district- callod the Gem country, whore, if rumor does not lie, precious stonoa may be picked up as if it were the fabled valley of Sinbad's adventure. - The. looality'is situated about 190 miles from Rookhampton, on the Central lino of railway. In tho drift or wash...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WRECKED STEAMER PORT DOUGLAS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 August 1892

THE WRECKED .STEAMER PORT DOUGLAS. ' 'Tho steamer Kaikoura recently arrived at Hobart with ' tho passengers- and orow of the steamer Port Douglas, wreoko'd bn-the' Capo Verde. Islands on. 24-th May during her voyage from London, to- Melbourne. , . ? ... A passenger wlio waB interviewed said that at Plymouth oh 15th May tho ' Port Douglas shipped two' stoam launches for' Sydney. When abreast of Gape Verde the passengers . wore startled ., by a sudden acceleration . of ' the .steamer's speed, arid a' tremendous 'con cussion, and the huge ship jumped' and' swayed like a living thing in- agony.' -'Captain O. A. Payne was on the. bridge. The. chief- engineer reloased steam, set the stoker*. to. work to rake . out the fires, and. thus averted the risk of an explosion. ' Women and chil dren' wore shrieking, men 'shouting and rushing about. - Tho fear -and excitement . shortly, subsidod, and no further semblance of a pnnio .oocurrod. . Satisfactory obedienoo .was paid to the commands given,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 August 1892

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THE PRESIDENTIAL (UNITED STATES) ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 August 1892

THE ERESLD^ENTIAIi (UNITED STATES) ? Benjamin Harrison, ohosen, for ; the , seoond timeiaa the Republican candidate :for .the: Presi ?denoy, is -. the (. 23rd President- of the United States. ' Ho in the son of- John. Soott Harrison, 'grandson of William Henry, Harrison,,, ninth President of the United States; and great grand ? son of Benjamin Harrison, a signer of the -Declaration' of Independence. He ; was .born at ?North Bond, Ohio, on 20th August, 1833. Ho graduated at Miami University in 1852, .was married in tho same ? year ? to - Caroline Soott, studiod law in Cincinnati,, and removed, in 1854 ? to Indianapolis, where he has since lived, and practised law, except when absent in: tho public servioe. : This Horvico began in 1862, when he ' entered 'the,- army r as a socond lieutenant of Indiana 'Voluntoera. He organised a company. in .tho' Seventieth Indiana, of which ho was , commissioned-colonel, and- served through the ? war, .receiving: the brevet of. Brigadier-General ?Vol...

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THE ROYAL BETROTHAL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 August 1892

.; THE ROYAL BETROTHAL. The engagement- of Princess Marie of Edin burgh, the .Queen's granddaughter, to Prinoo Ferdinand of .Roumania, nays the.Pa22.il/a22 Gazette, . seemB to , have been ..as. heartily, re ceived on the Continent, as in England. . When the faot was announced- in- tho- Senate ami Chamber at Bucharest there was! the- greatest enthusiasm, and the Presidents of both Houses expressed their joy-, at- the event, , and offered their congratulations to the , parents of tho betrothed couple. . At .'Vienna the betrothal linn produced !.' the best -possible. impression.' : No date has yet , boen .hinted at for the wedding, but it is not likely r that it will- be very, long delayed. .\,. ?.:-..';? .-.^ --?';?;-; ..-???-? ' . ? ?? ' - - ' The courtship, it is understood,- has not been a very long one. Indeed, it is said the parties have only known , each other for 18 months. They first became acquainted at the wedding of Princess Viotoria of Prussia- in Berlin. The story that, t...

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COVER-ALL APRONS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 August 1892

OOVER-ALL APRONS. The new cover-all tfprons are a grand inven tion, and will bo much appreciated by ladies who have household duties to perform. Not only are they exceedingly usoful, but on slight figures-present amoat-dressy and stylish appear anoe, while they preserve a new gown or aonoeal h slmbby one. They will be found excellent for gardening or painting in, and though exceedingly uervioeablo in nlpnoa arc better made of gingham or snteeii, as it is Buoh an ndvantnge to be able to wash them. Our first model is out in the princess i shape, gathered baok and front alike into a pointed yoke, which is of double material, tlio odges turned in and .stitohed together and ornamented with feather stitching. The lower edge is hemmed and edged with a small flounce, gathered so as to form a tiny heading. The belt is out in the Swiss style in front, but forms a straight band at tho back, where it ties like a aaBh with bow and ends. The arm holes are simply hemmed and feather stitohed, and a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANNEXATION OF THE GILBERT ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 August 1892

ANNEXATION OF THE GILBERT ISLANDS. i Mr. H. Groesser, manager of the German lino of steamers carrying on business' in' the Marshall, Group,, who ia now in Sydney, confirms the, newa of the 'hoisting of the British flag at Gilbert Group, by Captain Davis, of H. M.S. RoyalUt, who 'had been' commissioned by the Imperial Government through Admiral Scott.' The British flag was hoisted at all the prinoipal islands. Only at one island was any objection raised, that of Butaritari, thb king of whioh recently ? went to America to request that an American protectorate bo proclaimed over the island. : In the meanwhile the Royalist hoisted the British flag. The king threatened that an American cruiser would -shortly arrive' and ' annex the island,' but Captain Davis informed him that it would now be useless. The Royalist also arrested and shot a native of.tho Gilbert - group for the murder of a Chinaman some nine years ago. The man-of-war suppressed a native - war whioh had broken out on one of ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A NEW ZEALAND WARRIOR. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 August 1892

A NEW ZEALAND WARRIOR. ,. Sir Harry A. Atkinson, the late Speaker of the House of Representatives of New Zealand; whose death took place recently, was born in Cheshire in i831,'and;dame to theboloriy in 1855, landing on the beaoh opposite the Sugar Loaves, olose to the1, struggling little town of New Plymouth. With his brother Deoimus and William he utruok straight into the heart of the bush, and began carving out for himself the pleasant estate of Hurworth (some four miles out- of the town) whioh he held.up to the other da^.:-.L At firatiall went well,' the Maories werp friendly and helpful, the climate splendid; 'the world young to the sturdy young, colonists, homesteads were soon scattered about within a few miles of each other, tho settlors led nn idyllic life. Soon there ..came,. difficulties). Ihaia's purchase, the murder of(;Rawiri and the Waitara trouble, all save Brave disquiet to thinking people. Before the [last .'named, public opinion in the district had conte'.'to the c...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 August 1892

Full Music Size and Guaranteed Correct. @No. songs: 49.- Cnll Me Back Again 253. Starlight Noll 267. Then You'll Kcmorabor Mo] 298. -White Whigs 410. Who's that Calling bo Sweet 411. Bong that Reached My Heart 427. A Little Peach in an Orchard Grow. 528. BokIo Man 566. Gipny Oountcns (Vocal Duet) 567. Diver ill K Fliit. 568. Diver in F 569. Alacgia Murphy'H Home. 1'IANOFOKTE. 0- ^ ^r,38* *& oSftGoidM^fkha (^'ry^p'relryf D) CATALOGUES 664. AiiiuricaiiLancorB(pop. molodieal POST KIIEE. 671. Mnrchof th6GobllnalJlue(livoly THE HOLUOBN MUSIC STORKS, 15 Hoi bom, Lon dOD, K.U., England. Every class of Muslo and Musical Inetrumonte ia Stock. How to Loam 'The' Banjo in 8 Kobv Lessons.' Post free, la. But. 1845.] (Thadb Suppltbd). . [Bet. 1846. . . Neither scratch nor apart, the points being rounded by a new process. Attention is also drawn to their new ' Graduated Series of Pens,' one pattern being ' made in-four degrees of flexibility. Ask your store keeper for an Assorted Sample Bo...

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HISTORY OF THE MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 August 1892

HISTORY OF THE MINE BY THE MANAGER, H.W. FERD. KAYSER   The history of Mount Bisohoff. as a tin pro- ducing district began from the. 4th December, 1871, as on that day Mr. James Smith, of River Forth, discovered tin ore^at the slope of the mount. The first sample — a matchbox full —   was supposed to be silver, but when, after smelt- ing, the first button lay bright and shining be- fore those present, the question was asked, 'Is it silver?' an expert soon settled the doubt. In the middle of 1873 several tons of ore were sent to Melbourne, and negotiations were entered into with a syndicate for the sale of the mine. Singular to say, after a certain amount of business had been transacted, all negotiations were abruptly broken off, and for some time everything in connection with this undertaking looked very disheartening. And no wonder. How was it possible that a single individual could undertake in those days to open up a mine 50 miles from the coast, with ma...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DEEMING'S WILL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 August 1892

DEEMING'S WILL. At length it seems as though the Crown Law authorities had determined to recognise the validity of Deeming's will, it having been ascer tained that tho felon had full power to bequeath his property in the method he adopted. The effects are at present in the hands of the gaol authorities, but the Rev. Mr. Scott, chaplain of the Melbourne Gaol, who was constituted the cxeoutor of tho murderer's wishes, has been notified that whenever ho desires ho may take possession of tho articles, ? for tho purpose of carrying out his trust. The following is tho text of the will:— Thh is tlio lust will and testament ot me, Frederick liailoy Deuniing — known hero as Albert Oliver Williams, alao known as Huron Swanston— mailo this eighteenth day qf May, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety-two. I jiivo and buquuath to my dear brother, Edward Deeming, of London, one 18-carat gold curb albert , watch cliain nnd three gold coins attached to tho same, and I appoin...

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SUMMARY OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 August 1892

SUMMARY OF NEWS. The valuation of the North Brisbane pro perty by the municipality this year is £7,781,000, as against £8,870,000 for 1891. _ Two hundred ounces of gold have boen obtained by men on the Murchison in three weeks; by dollying from the Chicago reef at Lake Aus tin. On tho day the Governor and Lady Glasgow arrived in Wellington a boy was run over and killo'd, and tho result of a visit and inquiry into the-'case -is that the Earl has deoided to assist the poor family by a donation of £100. The Molanosian mission yacht Southern Cross returned to Auckland from hor maiden bruise amongst the islands of the Solomon and other groups. The new mission vessel has proved that she is thoroughly adapted for the work in which she is to be employed. The steamer Corea has left Maryborough for Thursday Island, taking the whole' of the material for tho Imperial defence station there. One of the contractors proceeds to supervise the erection of the building, which it is anticipated will ex...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DEATH OF A PIONEER PASTORALIST. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 August 1892

DEATH OF A PIONEER PASTORALIST. Mr. Phillip ? Russell, a well known sheep breeder and grazier, of Oarnglmm, near Bal larat, died on the 14th July.. This de ceased gentleman, who was about .70 years of age, Buffered from heart disease for a number of years, . but the Immediate causOj of his death was pp raly Ris, - with : whioji he was poized somo days ago. : He was twice a widower, the first Mrs. Russell being a,, sister, of , Mr. W.. Lewis, proprietor * of -the famous' Stoneleigh .station. He married- his. seoond wifo in England about 15 years ago. Mr. ? Russell leaves -three sons, MessrB. James,. .Georgo, and Phillip RuBsoll, who, : like thoir father,- possess con siderable wealth. , The deceased was a native of Fifeshiro, i Scotland, where 'his family were leading agriculturists. He arrived in this colony in. the early forties, and -entered- into grazing pursuits. Later on lie started .on hia own account, purchasing the station at Carngham, which, . with .the Langi , Willi proper...

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