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TELEGRAMS. BEECHWORTH, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

TELEGRAMS. BEECfiWO&TH. 8iTi?tni» A meeting wu beld last evening (the major presiding), to take In*) consideration the neoeetily of dinning up » petition to tha Qneen agalns! the continuum Of the trans pollution of erimtnnia to Western Auatrallt, The meeting wu an inflaenliarif not a numerous one. Four gentlemen were ap> pointed to draw up the petition, nnd present the wine to ft public meeting, to be held tide evening. SYDNEY, Satobday. The inquest on the body of Polios-zergerQt Perry brs molted in e verdict of willal murder agalnit Hull. Gilbert, end Dunn. Turner's stores, Tin, fatva been bant down. A.ls>ge protectionist meeting hie been held, nt (bo Victnria Theatre, to ooncert m desires to secure Mr. Martin's return fur East Sydney. Bailed.—Barwon, and CHty of Mel boa rue, for Melbourne. SYDNEY, Moaner. The bturqne Marian, which left California on tire ®lh September, brings 850 tone of wbot. The merketi were reported to be rising. The rcoelpt of colonial adrloes to...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PORT LOUIS (MAURITIUS). CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

POST LOU IB (MAURITIUS). CMUUSDOtTT. Oct. 10.—SftSMUft* *■., MS tona. for NdboBme. TftMKtitOB UL. Oct. 14.—Cxpreai, fur AdeUV&O.

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

DOTES ADO QUERIES. SO THE EDITOR OF SHE ATOTKUiUUir. 6lr,—1 have been trying several nmedles during Ike past week for beetles on orchard trees. Shaking the tree* while there U a ■wind sufficient to carry them away will be found useful Commence at one end of the ground, end go with the wind, visiting each tree every hour. In a oalm day they may be sliaken into sheets, and destroyed with warm water. To-day I have been applying Clsharet'l compound, at a strength for one tree oftwo ounces to the gallon of water, and for another one ounce to the gallon. I am In hopes that these remedies will prove sufficient. I will report to-morrow if I can lend satisfactory news. I am. Bir, yours respectfully. South Yarn, Not. 17. T. M. [We are obliged to Count de Oastelnean for tbe entymologieal name of the beetle, jMpreoepb&la PlsoUa. As oar correspondent wiles, ere now find tbe want of email In sectivorous birds, which would at once get rid of this terrible plague. We can suggest nothing our...

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

ANQUKO IN VICTORIA. TBBBRSAM. n«wt sf MgUnc, m VCMted l& VlotorU, difiWmobeldtrimttte dMl«Mcni(lm penned In tb» vbMttl wd troUAil Hna ol tlH tU «oonby, 9Nu trot fbhemu, Jwyv^/doatr iut lM^ ttvn under Au taHantkle«,that putlmi -wfcfcfa,according to £frBettjrWotton,b*'Mert lotto mind, . nfdprpr cft^Cpidb> A dlf»rt« of «to** townmpuattbonghift njabdantw of lib Unetti*t,fc>c the )wt at taut, and nntll tbc AocUnatbaiion Society chili here filled oorctreaiaewtthKegllihtitMtieohieclcbfthe cpertntfto fain neither oo Bbnpflnorw (»i)lwtUMi.^M^;H in Owt Britain* It b troe, aba that there are ercnt log nuyot tixMe miniwTj detylhb trfclefc IftUlf ft 'Iff- ' ^aMnportMntttrotd ciwpfg. Tteguoh (b feOc^ftrttednMadovottbr bnHvM^ jmwmm jw !tiM> ' Uo'ahrao'ind' the xeohoe the dlBarat, and nqelr* inoderniulibrtoee for ]Cho■ cor Viotbrian rivers through irithbftam, grayling, mullet, and otbtt ktodf of . flat, tome of them scarcely known out of their partlonler iooaUtte* and ps^remstolng ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE VOYAGE OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN. JOTTINGS ABOUT SYDNEY. SYDNEY, Nov. 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

THE VOYAGE OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN. JOTTINGS ABOUT SYDNEY. (rSOM 00* SPECIAL C0R1ESP03DENT.) SYDNEY. Nov. 16. The steamer South Australian, chartered by the Government at Adelaide to convey the second party of adventurers to the newly founded settlement of Adam Bay, at the month of the Adelaide Biver, North Australia, left the Ballway Pier, fiand ridge, at half-past eight o'clock on the evening of Wednesday last, and arrived at the wharf here on Friday night, alter a pleasant and brisk fifty hours' trip. We steamed np this marvellously bean-1 tlfol bay by moonlight, seeing it, most of as for the first time, certainly not tinder its beet aspect, but etlll preeentlng an appearance which one would not willingly have missed. The multifarious bays and reachm, points, headlands, and inlets of Hie hat boor of Part Jackson, have for long had an wr*-Wj«hmi reputation in the world, and it would be Idle for me to attempt to delineate them. They have caused this port to rank with NaplM and Bio ...

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

CALIFORNIA. There" ite other gold-field* ifeM Victor!* suffering bom the migration of the popnU tloo. An American jonrnil says The vote at (be reoent election shows that Oali fornia ia being rapidly depleted of her popu lation. There ia little doubt that the vote was a full one, ae it followed an exciting cam paign, in which both parties exerted them selves to their utmost to bring oat (heir party strength. The cithe and towns throughout the state, with the exception of San Fran cisco, show the effects of the depletion. They are barren, dull, and declining. Bashless houses mag be seen on every band with closed doois. Prope:ty has declined at a foarfal rate, and may be bought almost for a song. The causes of this depletion are numerous. The most powerful one ia the discovery of rich and extensive mines of silver and gold outside of the limits of the state. There has for the past two years been a per fect exodus to Nevada tei ritory from all parts of California. Probably not less than...

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

RALLARAT TURF CLUB SPRING MEETING. The following are the entries complete for the TBI ions events at the ensuing Spring races, on the 80th November, and 1st and 2nd De cember Fibst Day. THE MAIDEN PLATE, Of SO sovs., with a sweepstakes of 3 govs, added. Weight for age. Mr. B. Gray't bm Truant, 5 yrs, by Bolivar—Idle Mr. H. Fisher's b c Sign, Syrs. Mr. J. Smith's b f halley, S jrs. Mr. J. Wilson's b c Taldington (late Faogb-a-Bal J.SSng'sbfBi»on, 4 jrrs. BALLABAT DEBEY, Of IS sove. each, with 1S3 eovs. added, for three-year-olds. Distance, one mile and a half. Mr. J. Wilson's gr ( Maria Air. Treacy's eh f Gwendoline. Mr. Ha Fisher*! b c Sign. Mr. Ha Fisher1* b c iAnteru. BALLAJLAT HANDICAP, Of 200 so vs. Distance, one mile and a half; the second horse to save his stake. et. lb. Mr. J. Harper's b h Barwon, A rrs .. Air. Janes' b h Ebor, 0 jn. 8 10 Air. J. John's be Boeh, aged .. Air. P. Kdghranv b g Play boy, aged .. Air. J. H. Scott's ch c Glenyuille, 4 jts Afr. J. Hentj^a to h Satur...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SECOND DAY. THE DISTRICT PLATE, Of 75 sovs. Handicap. Once round and a distance. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

THE DISTBICT PLATE, Of 75 soto. Handicap. Once roand and • distance. Mr. J. C. Bolt's b g Odd Stocking-, aged Mr. J. Ralph's br g Surprise, aged Mr. J. John'e gr g Torksbireman Mr. J. Cane's gr g Belfast Boy, fi jtb Mr. J. Wflson'f b b Teddington TOWN PL 1TB, Of 100 covb. Three miles. Weight for ag * Mr. James' b h Ebor, 6 Mr. F. Toxer*s b g Monitor, 4 yra. Mr. B. FUher's br c Blgo, S jtb. Mr. O. Watson's br f Rivetioa, 4 yrs. Mr. P. Bowling's br f Illumination, S jtb. TUB B A TUB AT CUP, Of 250 bo vs., added to a sweepstakes of 10 so vs. Distance, two miles two furlongs and forty-two yards. Second to receive twenty eovb. from the stake. •t lb. Mr. J. KUrptr's b b Barwon, 6 yra Mr. J. Bupu'i b c Banker, 4 yw Mr. J. John's bg Bosh, aged .. Mr. P. Keigtaraira b g Playboy, aged .. Mr. Heotjra br h Saturn, C jtb. . Mr. J. Cain'sbrra Blink Bonny, aged.. Mr. J. Annstroog'a bk g Mozart, aged Mr. H. Fisher's br e Lantern, 8 yrs .. Mr. P. Bowling's br f Illumination, 8 jtb Mr. P. Bowling's c...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THIRD DAY. THE ALL-AGED STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

TOM ALL-AQ1D STAKES. . Of 60 got*. One mile. Weight for age. Mr. P.Itaer'abrarMonitor,ipn. Mr. J. Harper1!b n Barwoa,gyra. Mr. 3. C. Hofrt b g Odd Blocking, aged. THI ITKWiKDS' COP, Of100 oovg. Welter handloap. One milt and throe-qaartere. Mr. 3. Balph't br g bnrprtaa, aged. Mr. P. ToaartbrgMowtondyia. Mr. 3.0. Horrtbg Odd Bunking, aged. Mr. P. Kelghranb b (r Playboy, aged. Mr. 0. Wataoab br f Klewina, 4 yr*. Mr. J. John1! b gBnah. aged. Mr. J. Johnbgrg Yoraablnman, aged. BtSBFLCOBASB, Of 200 tov*. Second to receive US) love. from the etahee. About fotir mile*. Mr. lb IaannontbbfaM I ngl wide, aged Mr. C. Day'abaBaahioet,artt .. Mr. J. Bmanb 6 (Vandyke, aged .. 10 7 ... . . , u 4 ^ 10 O 10 r. O. V'auon'ibr Longbow,a r. C. Hay1! gr g Baron, aged.. r. H. Moran'e gr g^EUooakla, a Mr. H. Clarke* grg l^let, aged ~ 0 0 igrs Blueakta.iged .. ... . « 10 . i bgUormtm, aged .. .,0 7 Mr. B. J. Brnytonnbg Ata Our, aged ..0 0

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BUSHRANGING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. MORE MAIL ROBBERIES.—A POLICE-SERGEANT SHOT DEAD. (FROM THE YASS COURIER, NOV. 19.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

BUSHJtANGING IN NEW SOOTiT WALES. MORE MAIL ROBBERIES.—A POLIOE 6EROEAWT SHOT DEAD. (FHOX TBI TAH COCBtla, KOT, 19.) On Tuesday afternoon the mail from Gun dagal reached the hill at Deep Creek, about four or five miles on the Tan aide of Juglong, between four and fire o'clock. Mr, Sheahan, of Juglong, the mail contractor, and Mr! Bradbury, of Qnesnbeyiin, were passenger by 'jj °oach, and had alighted to walk np the MIL They were some distance in ad ranee of the coach. Mr. Sheahan wai in the act of i.ont th5 Bpot wben the mall tlSL. * weeks before, when the hlM BpP?*red ®n the top of rf*f ePd spreading oat—one on esah u a the centre of the r^S thiy gallppped towards the coach. On S®Fj'De near, it was noticed that each had a re volver In Ms hand; and the order was«lr« b$.B« to " Ball up." HiUMn&foS wlllie'LU\. wa,k "P toerc.- wibang^S Liit r township there." After going uptlre ? dtetaiice, they were otdeieA tn turn off to the left, and apprZrhed n rnn? T^iTehAU'me *®r® stnekru...

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

COUNTRY NEWS. An amalgamation or the Kilmon Bad | IatLcefield Agricultural Societies has been j effected. The Jfount AIslander Mail rays:—"Asthe I •on of Mr. Greece, of Campbell'* Creek, teat on Thursday carting wood Irotn the bush, he accidentally tiod ou a large suake, which immediately bit him through the boot, in flicting a tligh; wound iu the foot; and, in | cpite of the endcavouig of the youth to escape | a second attack, be receivr d another bite in the upper pait of tbe leg. However, it seems [ probable that no fatal consequences will ensue." Robert Comb>s. a bullock-driver, hanged himself, wbile suffering from delirium tremens. at a pnblicbonseon the Loddon, on ThursJay | night. He had previously attempted to cat j his throat. The I'crtland Guardian complains that the j town clerk of that borough, who is also i electoral registrar, has omitted from the "ro'l of ratepating electors," nineteen per eons where names appear in the "barges toll" duly revised and certiticd, and...

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

TASMANIA. By the Southtrn Orm we have advices from Tasmania to tbe 19th Inst. It appears that the grerrt which the Government propria to make in aid of gold prospecting is ham; ^red by certain conditione. lire following is the answer of toe Colonial Secretary to a deputa tion that waited upon him on the subject on the 16th lost:—" The Government have de cided to await the expenditure of the amount it is proposed to rsise by private subscrip tion, namely £600; and if, after Ifr. H«r greavee' preliminary survey, he should lerl justified in report ing favourably of the chances of euccera, tbe Government will be prepared to advise Bis Excellency the Governor to place the enm of £1,000 at tl.e disposal of the committee." Mr.andMrs.Charlos Dillon have hern giving readings at Hobart Town. Two young men (William Tike and William Butler, jun) were drowned on tbe 13th, la Little 8wanport River, tbrodgh larking in a dingy.

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

INTERCOLONIAL. NEW SOUTH WALES. By thu City of Melbourne, which arrived | last Monduy, we have advices from Sydney to il'e 19lh instant. The Homing Herald j of the 18th oont&ins the following telegram from Gundagai:—" Thursday, Nooj.—The Oundagei mail was stuck-up yesterday by Hall, Gilbert, and Dunn. The mail orach a as under the escort oi Sub inspector O'Neill and Strgeaut Parry, who saw the bush rangers on rbe top of a hill, near Black springs, between Juglong and Uundagat. "lire police apjirosohod the bushrangers, who iclreatid, then suddenly turned round and tired on the police. Shots were ex cbaugid nnlil Perry had discharged his last barrel, when Gilbert called upon him to Bur render. Parry said he would die first, when Gilbert shot blur dead, the bell entering bis light, and passing out of bis left side. Sub ineiiecior O'Neill, after firing all bis am mniiition, struck Hall with hia empty wea pon. A constable named Koche, who was armed atd in the coach, bolted, it is...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KILMORE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

KILMORE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S SHOW. . The following ii tho prize lilt i— Ouil JL Draught Hone Stock.—Four en trie*. See. 1. Entire draught hone, tnrelling the I dutriot ofKiimow. lrt^rUe, 46. Muatte and Oardsll, Ohsrlu j 2nd price,£8, W, 1, Lobb, Onj Champion SrdJrick' ton. certifloeto, Jas. Still, Earl Sec. 8. Two-venrold Entire-Four entries. Xat pnw, £8* J, Kcome/i Mount Maoedoa b/dbuot WiUitm 2nd prise, hon. certificate, JM still'e Bob Boy. Sec. 8. Brood mue, with foal Bt foot, or hoary hi foal—Ten Entries. 1st priso, £4, Edward Leslie 2nd prise, £2, Finis* M'Orae 8rd prise, bon. certificate, Finlsy M*Nab. Seo. 4. Bestpair of horses used for agricultural I u.u.WSs"*^" Seoond best pair of hones nsed foragriooltural ] purposes. 1 ^Prise £2, Bobertson end Olowett, FkS^M?(^~T'r0 EntriM 2nd- prise, hon. certificate, Bobertson and CleweU. An hon. certifioate was reoommended by the judges to Ja*. Still for his oolt exhibited. 1 Seo. 7. Three-year old filly—Six Entries. 1st prise, £2. B...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BEECHWORTH SHOW. (FROM THE OVE[?] CONSTITUTION, Nov. [?].) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

BEEOHWORTH SHOW. (won sua arm wosmmaar, Hot. J8.) Teeterty took piaoe the ennued exhibition of the above eofiaty. Tbeehowofhoaeetock end agiioqltural implement* «m batter then bu em been wen in the eooietj'* yarde. Amount the draught en tine we noticed « *plen<fid eohwel, 'Sob 'Set,' belonging to Hr. fioraieoo, of 61%. Xhie horae gomewed manT>oMpoioU,«nd in Aw w»» fuBjr eqnal toQwSree'iwWdernftbe Wotid. Mmn't •cocoa ttiatw&lMM«wcna*mr» w £n|jui cStHyftnd tbtnvenaWemaeeaanr draagh «utte. In the Hood «iook, Jahtitoo'* Borer took Bratbodooi^ end Tborotoc'e Bu lehaaeoood. A»nt)NtiilihlfrithwaV Tome Blettrioiftramedtbe pdae, although ganoU.w*e -■ made, to .'twiiiiiite w«h him. MttflV* OtwStt'!«i- Hb(|B |b(wrf •» *w«ned»i^M9dc,en»fiadf«liWitook mm. '■ !0>*wow ofoattiewaewrtmgtt, $t4*ota«aded.efaertwowei* ®W»«mb WM«t*ittl . _3tt % do tut " """" Jo - '''Sr to do ta woA wail ftoWnWiirl young Angora rabbits of Mr. OxztieauV Passing" ig into the Town-hall, wo come to t...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THIRD DAY.—FRIDAY, DEC. 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

Thied Dat.—Feidat, Dec. 2. Tbe thoarers that tell on Thnreday night bad (be effect of mollifying the rigours of Ibe hard ground, which on tbe previous day bad somewhat affected the nndetstendiags of come of tbe bones running. It ii greatly to be ngretted that Mr. Hurtle Fisher's floe colt banters, who stumbled and nearly fell in tbe race for tbe Ball are t Oup, has shown tire word symptoms of baring Ttceivnl acme Internal Injuries, as if he had (trained himself in the endeavour to recover bis stride. It was found necessary early on tbe next morning to telegraph to Melbourne for the assistance of ^veterinary surgeon. In tbe first raoe of today, toe Ail-aged Slates, Hie field was once more ra dio d to a match, and these—Barwon ani Monitor—were both to f«r from being quite light that bad Odd Stockings not been dis qualified on Thursday it is difficult to believe iLet be would hare lost this fifty-sovereign plate. The cofvotcaili, on first aissmMtng in the saddling paddock, appeared to ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHAT BEES MAY THINK OF MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

what bees may think op men. ((KOU TUB SPBOTITOB, BUT. 17.) A m mutt be very blind, teiy incapable of the moat ordinary generallaation, who doe* not eee tliat beea atand, morally and politi cally, to many fliea and other ineoota mnch in the relation of man to apea and other savage*. Or, if you please (bocauae we do not pretend to settle the dotaila of the analogy, we Only elipulale for it in the grow), that the bee, the wosp, the hornet, the humble-bee, may Maud for the varioue eivilirod oommuoitiea of man on the globe, ei compared with aundre fliea, whirl), as the lowest oarages and apea, lira in motley groups, Tory busily and jollify perhaps, but w ithout appreciable organisation. ; Let the boce aland for England, then the big and . distant hornet will do for Buaaia, and the flighty, graceful, omnipresent, marauding wasp for France. Germany will be the busy, busting, rustic, ret fierce, little humble-bee j and so on. Or shall the bedisened wasp stand for the bo diaencd banditti of ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SPORTSMAN'S PAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

THE SPORTSMAN'S PAGE. • • It is respoctfully intimated that nil questions upon the Turf; either as to matter of histoiy, or on any doubtful point of racing law, or on any minor sports or games chess, draughts, cards, quoits, do.—as well as questions on general. matters, will be answered carefully and with precision, wherever it is in the power of the Editor to do so i and when it is not, the same will be stated, and reference made to come spocial or likely authority. Bntitis necessary to state that, in all cases where an answer is expected in the following number of The Autlralatia*, the correspondent's question must bo in the office before eigbt o'clock on the evening of Wednesday.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
YEOMAN MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

YEOMAN MISCELLANY. The Chops is the Westebs District... In several parts of the district the fsrasarsan now cutting the hay, wbkfageoetall/ ptomiM about an aTerags crop. w« are aorrr to Mr tbit in tome parte 01 tlie district tbe wheat and ihe barley are much injured with the that the pett it deridedfy increasing.—SamUlet Spectator. Auoko xbb Moukstb.—About t year «, a person et Barton bad a monkey, end, f«w ing the ccld weather would kill it, he eehl it to the Zoological Oardent of London. A short time ito he vet in London, end called to an hit old friend, whom he found caged via about thirty other* of the acme tribe. "Jocko" knew hie old matter instantly, and tried to get to him. lite keeper gave the visitor pesma> eion to enter the cage, which be fearlessly did, when the animal iliowod every sign of also, tion. On the production of biscuits and other edible*, the intruder was (eiri/ besieged in the other thirty, who jumped on hie bad, rhoul dime, bat—in fact, wherever a footing...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FARMS AND SHEEP IN NEW ZEALAND. (FROM THE MARK-LANE EXPRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

FAIIMS AND SHEEP IN NEW ZEALAND. (FfiOM Ififi MABK-tAKB BXTBBS8.) Tbo large amount 01 frw emigration now , going on to the oolony of New Zealand, j especially to the northern island, the grants of land oflcred to amoll farmer* and others, necessarily draw* attention to the oolony, and very few hare probably watched the progress , of tlie colony ol lato yoara with that interest which it deserves. At the present tiine, when wool is largely in demand, and that demand likely still further to increase with an advanced price, some few further observations on elieep fanning in New Zealand may be appropriate and acceptable. Notwithstanding the adverse ; condition of aflaiii in the northern island, arising from the collision with the natives and a disposition to go ahead rather too fast in wotks of construction and in general public ex penditure, the oolony lias all the element* of eicady progress and groat success for industry and enterprise within itself. The rapid in crease in population,...

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