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SHOOTING BULLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 26 May 1866

SHOOTING WILD BULLS. The scene depicted is no unco*n-uui, ono on our large. citations in Victoria, ? where young bulls of .in ferior breed havo to ' bo destroyed as they arrive at maturity. The foremost rider having wounded an animal, it has turned upon him, and the utmost efforts of both horeo and rider are required to escape its fury. Tho further rider is endeavoring to give tho bull his; quietus. . ; ??- s'H.;roro;/T, i :;ifea;v;;i. wviji^iyf : f^v^L s-^EE^raWoittN&.;PioE^- v./. . ; ??- s'H.;roro;/T, i :;ifea;v;;i. wviji^iyf : f^v^L s-^EE^raWoittN&.;PioE^- v./.

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOILING SPRINGS OF OROKOKORAKO. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 26 May 1866

BOILING SPKINGS OF OK0KOK0KA.KO. On the Waikato, in the North Island of Now Zea land, tho. boiling springs are almost ?. innumerable. Some of ..them shoot up a column of water to a con siderable height, and aro little, if at all, inferior Xo^ tho geysers of Icoland. A village is often found, in the midst of them. The reason assigned by 'the 'natives for living in: such' a singular locality is that there is no necessity for fires, all their cooking being done in the hot springs ; and further that, from tho warmth of tho ground, they aro .enabled to raise' their crops several weoks earlier 'than their neighbors. But, as counterba lancing theso advantages, many fatal nccidonts occur in- consequence of persons, especially strangers and children, falling into-theso fearful caldrons and being boiled. Ono of the boiling springs of this neighbor* hood 'possesses tho property of changing the nature of anything \vhich may ho placed in it, nnd converting it into a beautiful silioious substance...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ARRIVAL OF SIR CHARLES DARLING AT SYDNEY. SYDNEY, 10th May. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 26 May 1866

MsplE -5£ SIE q|||RJiE| JDARlAfG AT Sypptiix, 10th Way.' The Herald s^ay^ that .jaf jter Jhe public nleting, which was held j.'ist , jiigyt , fp jprepare f* the demonstration ito, Sir Charies .p.arli'ngi ^hadWmi- ? natcd. a deDUSatiou was apuointed. whicli »«. cpmpanied by '/$_ prpcession of , severjul \un dred peoplp,r jai:4 preceded by ,a ,baho of music, went , to .'the wharf to meet hjs Eael. lenpy. |; 'AT^er ^aitijug anxiously, for some t»e, a 8teanierjy.as^se[ejuJ. which proved; to be theviu Yan'g8, froni --'JN'^'^]^^ and great aisapppintmw; .was fe)t. Abo'ut..tvye)y.p o'clock,1 howeyer, fc Alexand'rd arrived, a^d the band struck up '.Rti Britannia,' and brilliant fireworks illumined tb ^ky. When the steamejr neured the .-, Wharf , thl dpniitatipu bad groat dif^cjaity1/- in cpnsequence o\ the crowd, 'i'uforc'ijjglts.wjy on bourd. In a few, Becpnds thp cabin! vvi^'.fijyiedj^and.'lihe deputation gajre, ,.§)r. Charles. Darling qhearty welcome to New I jS^ij^h. jyiljBS, and oxprtss...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE EMBARKATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 26 May 1866

THE EMBAHKATION. After the applause had subsided, his Excellency left the carriage, and, , accompanied . by Brigadier General Carey and staff, proceeded to the pier head, the Williamstown Vojunteer fop'4 playjnjg '.' Auld Lang Syne.' A guard of honor, consisting of a company of the Royal Artillery^ under the cpmr maud pf; Lieutena^*t.-ip,oipnJBil .; Smith', preseii,0d arms as his Excellency, 'descended the pier s^ep^s into a boat proyided^y ? tHp.'Cuflt^;s de^r j'menit^ '|;o convey him on board the Alexandra steanVer, which. was decorated wit.hY fl?gsi ,;and anjchoreja, ia the stream near the riiijsvay pjfir', with |]i*er. steam up. The scene presented '-#. hi's JBx^^ile'n'py, as the' boat slowly left the . pier, and tn*6 hoaVse cpies of the multitude,, we'rieneard^ as, w.ijjb ? lone deafening roar tii'oy, ^houte'd ,, their j jAr^wejl greeting, must hayb am ply recqnjpensed1 him for the obloquy he has , ju,9;urye'dj,tfrr*9Jjigh a small. s!ep tion of the country, iij sustaining the p...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DEPARTURE OF HIS EXCELLENCY SIR CHARLES DARLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 26 May 1866

DEPARTURE OF HIS EXCELLENCY SIR CHARLES DARLING. The 7th inst. was a warm and beautiful day, with a little too much heat and dust, perhaps ; but the thousands upon thousands who asaombled to do honor to the departing Governor seemed to care nothing . for theae or any other inconveniences. From a very early hour a atranger would have noticed at once that something unusual was about to happen. Group3 of people met iu earnest con versation ut the corners of the streets, and waited about, not in the purposeless way in which such groups usually occupy themselves, but like meu who had something to do, and decidedly meant to do it. As the morning advanced these groups increased to crowds, especially along the course of Spring-street; from the Model Schools to the Govern ment offices, a number of ladies taking up their position in the Parliament reserve. The great mass of those who were thus assembled seemed to belong to the genuine working classes, who had evidently sacrificed a day's pay ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BEACH ENCAMPMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 26 May 1866

! 'be ach '' encampment'^ a The acoompanying view of a b^aChencaniEment'and; diggers at ,'their' evening meal, bn'^ti^a'^Mt^^poaBt^f-. New Zealand, is, a lively ' illustration of ?a « La^gy : group! who, we may imagine,*] have been - successfulin- pro- ) curing a share of the precious metal. When fortune favors th«m, diggers are not the men to deny them-. selves/the, comforts of life ? ' and in - this' instanee^ we ; may 'observes some suspicious lpolcing'bottles; with ;the ; .oontents of -.which they.liave no doubt .been qheering,' themselvep^l Theyare ^^ evidently ,Vffom'vtheir. appear-( aiqevand''the ;16cality 7itheyV'havyVplit-Hert'!''-fqr.---.ttieir5 encampment, old hands, up to a- dodge; or iiwoj- ? and acaustomed (like Mark Tapley) to como out jolly, under 'adverse;., ciroum' stances.;; The ' sight '-.-bi ;: their '?bncamp-i ment on the,. beach,: above High-water mark',' ^ is about: the . -Boost ;;; healthy and driestthey oouljl havelch'osen.M ^ry^ihaiiy: indeed of ;the thous...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 26 May 1866

Daxin bv HANbiNa.— A man named' Patrick Macnamurd, 'who baa boon ailing for the lust .'six months, and who,, about three weeks ago, left the Bondigo hospitrtl, was found dead by constable Ryan yesterday in his tent, situated a short distance from tho Back Orofk poJioe station. He was hang ing by a ropo fixed to tho ridge pole of the tent. The body was warm when cut down. Deceased waa not in dentituto ciroumstances, as be. hud food and £2 in the tent, besides money in tho Savings Bank. He had evidently proceeded to destroy himself in a very deliberate manner, for, after fixing one end of a hulf-inoh rope to the ridge pole,' standing on a seat' to onablo him to do so, he hdd'imt* the noose' at the other end round tTis nook, and .thenVMed his. hands behind , his back with a handkerchief.'' He managed, this- by tying an end tightly round ones wrist, then slipping his other hand through a running noose formed with the other clad, of .the, handkorchief. .When tho-body was discovered,; tho...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE BALLAARAT DISTRICT ORPHAN ASYLUM—H. R. CASELLI, ARCHITECT—SEE PAGE 15. THIS BALLARAT DISTRICT ORPHAN ASYLUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 26 May 1866

THE BALL 4JA RAT DISTRICT ORPHAN AJ3YLU M— h. k. oabblw, abchitbot,— ssp j-aob 15, TSCBALL^uUlAT., pjgTBIQt QBEHAJ?:; Of which tyo present a view to our .leaders in this | ' numBorj' is ' now. being;Lproeeedod ^'witli^raDdtlie .pro-; rsent contr'nct, embracing aboilt one-half of t^ie, entire , buiidinir.-'JB expeotod.to bo finished in ono month's; tinie] when it' rwill '? be' mimediatoly'occupi6d; .The initiative 'to 'ereut ' this ?charttatiro:i institution w; talcen b'y th'e officers of the : Loyal' Nofth'S^ar Lodge, ?? Manchester Unity of Odd Follows, ..who have boon cordially supported' by all other soc'ret societies of 'tho-'Ballaarat district.'andby 'the goneral public.' A : coinmjtte'o was f orri-ecl,: that' elected' Mr W.' R.' Wat-' ; soh'as' presid ent, and Mr We bister as 'secretary ; and ; arrangements were' so far advanced, in October last ? year, that the committee was enabled' to invite arohi tects to send/in competitive designs.' 'Seven designs' were sent in, and a.eon...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 26 May 1866

v The New Steam Engine.— Mr Shultz's inven tion promises to prove a complete success. A second trial took place yesterday, in the presence of a number of gentlemen. The little engine worked remarkably well, und afforded the utmost satisfac tion to Boveral critics . who were present. One of them,* a gentleman thoroughly competent to express an opinion, scorned so confident of the success of the invention1 that he could not refrain from con gratulating Mr Shultz npon having made his fortune. Another has informed us that Mr Shultz's invention is destined to create quite a revolution in the manu facture of steam engines, owing to tho wonderful saving which his priuciplo will effect in the cost of f aol. After the trial, Mr Shultz, , assisted, by Mr J. A.Wilson, commenced taking tho engine to pieces, preparatory to forwarding it io Melbourne. Its departure would have been held over: foi another week, but the Melbourne Havana are bo impatient to inspect the new invention that Mr Shultz; f...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IMMIGRATION AND EMIGRATION RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 26 May 1866

IMMIGRATION AND EMIGRATION RETURNS. ' The following return, from the Government Gazette, shows the number of persons who arrived at and departed from Viotoria during the month of March/ 1866 :— Males ^'* VUil Abiuved I'rom ' ? males, dren. New South 'Wales and Queensland 474. 153 63 South and Western Australia . . 239 73 16 - Tasmania ? ; ? ........ 82-1 188 U8 New Zealand and S.S. Islands.. -145 54 19 United Kingdom ? .' . 163 128 7-1 Foreign Ports' ? 48 11 10 Gcrioral Total ? 1693 606 250 Grand Total ? 2549 Dbpautjsd Pok New South Wales imd Queensland 357 80 81 South and Western Australia . . . 193 -18 50 Tasmania ....'................ 380 91 48 New Zealand and S. S. Islands.. 589 147 83 United Kingdom ... ...... ...... 242 95 109 Foreign Ports ? .' 80 18 13 GeneralTotal ? 1741 479 334 GrandTotal ? ~2554~

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 26 May 1866

CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS. . The following is the proposed schedule of dis tribution of the grant for charitable institutions, as laid, upon; the table of the Legislative Assembly on the 9th 'inst. :— r ^-' j ',-?;' :r%- ?';??-''??? ? GRANTS INAID;:7: ... ' ~ ' .???'[-~y-. ' , On.- the following conditions, namely':— 1. That/a statement of transactions and account of receipts and -expenditure of the year ending 31st December, 1865, verified by the solemn declaration before a justice of the peace of the secretary or other officer of- every such ? institution, has been deposited in the Treasury. 2. That similar aobounts.verifled in the manner before desoribed, be furnished for the first six months of the year 1866 prior to 31st July in that year, and for the' quarters ending 80th September and 31st December in i that year, prior1 to 31st October, 1866, and 31st i7aatar;,*-1867, respectively'. ;j 3. That a sum, equal to -JM*third of the amount claimed outjof the present graat to each ins...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOTAL WRECK OF THE SIR GEORGE GREY—GREAT SUFFERING OF THE CREW. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 26 May 1866

TOTAL WRECK OF THE :' SIR GEORGE GREY— GREAT SUFFERING OF' THE CREW. .?-':'.'::.-:???:?. '-r ? By the arrival, on Thursday,' of the brigantine Neva, frorn ' Tahiti, we' have received further par ticulars regarding the total loss of this fine Circular Saw' barque, owned by ' Messrs Henderson' and Mac farlane of this city. It appears that she was not loat on Cookbum Island, but. a reef (awash) some miles distant from it, which was not marked down on the . Admiralty charts. The weather was fine at the time, wind easterly with a heavy swell, and the ship going about two knots when she struck, but so forcibly did she do so, that at the second bump the foremast went clean through the vessel. The Sir George Grey was only twenty-nine days out from Chili when the: accident happened, having made goed use of her timo so far ; and all on board anticipated making a good run to Auckland, the wnads being favorable, and had all gene well, and the breeze continued so, the passage would easily have b...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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 — 26 May 1866

LOSS OF THE SHIP THETIS AT CORAL 'V '' QUEEN ISLAND. The schooner Neva, which arrived in this harbor on Thursday, reports having picked up the captain arid six of the 'crew of the ship Thetis, at sea on the* 12th March last. The ThetiB was a 1200 ton ship, hailing from Liverpool, and owned by Messrs Gibbs, Bright and Co. She left Melbourne for Maiden Island about the end of January last, in order to take in a cargo of guano, and in the follow ing month struck on a reef at Coral Queen (Stour brook) Island in the night timo, without any pre vious indication of tho close proximity of the danger. The crew esoaped to the island in tho sbip'o boats, and remained by the wreck until it caught fire, and burnt up. The captain ami crew wore . unable to aeoount for the firing of the vcsoelaftor it had been cast ashore. Captain Chapman and six1 of the crow left the island in tho ship's longboat, for tho pur pose of seeking aid at the nearest ' habitable . placo, the remainder of the crew, number...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE OLDEST NATIVE IN NEW SOUTH-WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 26 May 1866

,.;.,,.,;.,u.,»,;..:,,,,:;.;'...;.,.n...^.;,.:,J^M;, THE OLDEST NATIVE IN NEW : SOUTH - WALES. . fFKOM A OORllESrONDENT OP THE SYDNEY EMPIRE.] The oldest native of Now -South Wales is at present a resident of Purumatta. His name is George Whittel. I was yesterday introduced to him by John Nealo, Esq., J.P., who can very nearly claim to be one of the oldest natives himself, aud who, knowing Whittel upwards of sixty years ago, takes a great interest in the old man. Thinking it might not be altogether uninteresting to some of your readers, and knowing that many things con nected with tho colony's early history are com pletely dark to the majority of the inhabitants of tho present day, I have taken the trouble to note down, from the old man's lipB, the following short biographical sketch of his life, and a few matters connected with the colony in the old times. I may here observe that although Whittel has exceeded the age allotted to mau, he is yot 'in perfect ; health, his vision, hear...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 26 May 1866

..?:? -.;??-:? :: ? NEW ZEALAND'. / : ; .' Quarterly Revenue Retbrnb.— A statement of the revenue and expenditure of the province, for the quarter ending 31st March, : appears in the Provincial Gfoveivivient Gazette ot yesterday. It is! comprised in three tables : a general balance shee$,;Ra-,sl;al;e.menj;,o£. receipts and a statement of expendlt^JBfy.yTpe total receipts for the quarter jiy^re^-;£6ji,23,9 ; t13s -2d; , Ani the , expenditure under ,yptes itidi.sapp'ropiiatioiis .£49,781 10s 9d. ? TJ^ '.itpms^jbiirrBioeipl;; are y as follow : — Customsj;' J?ijSj§§4 ^4p;f Jd jfgolii. ;;e*pbrjt duty, £^12V''A7?--s^''.--:^:P^P^SB^':'-)i&id..v.xenV:-rf-jC' Crown lauds, £1(3,31(5 3s Id j iia¥§es§jiiienit '? oii stock, £206 15s; xniii'ejfy;|pgtis'i^!^!Bgei.^--^§.S9;'i49i'!Bd;' rents of agrjcnituraj loasjes, *£JS3; rpnjt pf jp$iesi iiiGJiS 18s 4d; regt:p'rweigl}bi$ 10s 6d; ? lip'0^o^;£i%f$y: ground JWd ottor': rent's; £552 7s 6d j 'renaypaont . of immigration loans, £1215 4s 8d ; Bcj...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NEW GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 26 May 1866

THE NEW GOVERNOR. A Government Gakette jjjxtriiprdinary, published on the 7th iuBt., contains the following proclama tion :— '. v;;.,:;.:\ '.:.,:: .::[- . , :V By his Excellency Brigadij?f-l(jeneral George Jackson Carev. Companion, of tfiie Mbst Honorable Order of the Bath, commandingj^er j&fojestys Troops m the i^.jjstra.ljani.colonies, and, ,©|ioer administering the ,G,pvijrnmint oi, the .Colony of , Victoria, &c.,'Xrc, &o. ^i ^horeai b^e_rtMajeisty. Qiifteia (Victoria was graciously pl^a^.ediib^l.ejjierj.p^tefttiupfl^ Great Seal of. the JJfljteJrjpngdpniipf Gfg^ Britain and Ireland, dated, St iWe.Blmpstef,.the,.^wenty-liird day of June, in the year of our Lord s pjne /thousand eight hundred and sixty-three,, in the tWenty-seventU year of hei\JVIajesty's roign, to appoint his Exoeiiei^cy Sir Charles Henry Darling, K;C.B.y tot,be Goverppr, and Commanderm Chief during her royal pleasure in and over the colony of,,-yjctj?ria:(.,,and of all. forts and garrisons...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 26 May 1866

THE MONTH. The great event of the month has been the removal of Sir Charles Darling from the Governorship of the co lony. The telegram an nouncing his recall was dis believed for a. time, because it was deemed incredible that the Imperial authorities could be capable either of treating bo HDJnstly a. Governor- who had ably and impartially con ducted the colony through an unparalleled crisis, or of in terfering so unwarrantably wiih our right : of selfgo vernment. Following the telegraphic announcement came the despatches by the mail, and the astounding fact immediately called forth an; expression of feeling such as ought to convince the Colo nial Office that it has com mitted a great mistake. As an indication of the enthu siaem^fch which the people MM^^Bthe defence of Sir' ChanfflpDarling against tho action of the Colonial Office, we may refer to the immense assemblage convened in tho Exhibition Building! tho largest publio building in Melbourne, and to the meet ings hold all over t...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SERIOUS FIRE AT DAYLESFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 26 May 1866

SERIOUS FIRE AT DAYLESFORD. At three a.m. on tho 4th inat. a fire broke out on the premises of Mr. Cross, the grocer, of ' Howe- . street, whioh resulted in the entire destruction of the store and its contents, as well as the adjoining Bhop 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 in a young man who slept at the other end of, the place,' and immediately returned to rest. The lodger states that after reading nearly an hour, lie also went to sleep, at that time everything being safe. At three o'clock, or thereabouts, Mr and Mrs Cross were awakened by a strange crackling sound, and on hia going into the store he saw that it was on fire in the left-hand corner, near the door. '...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL RETURNS. [FROM THE REGISTER, APRIL 27.] [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 26 May 1866

SOUTH AtrSTBALIAN AGBICULTUBAL RETUENS. [VaOM THE BBOIBXBE, APBlIi 27. J From the agricultural returns now pnbliohod by the Govern ment statist, Mr J. Boothby, we find thut the yield of wheat for tho year 1865-6 is even woras than was ezpeotsd. I The average petf acre is only 8 J bushels, and the total produce is not more than 8,587,246 bushels, againat 4,252,949 last year ; thus aho wing a decrease of 665,703 buahels. Eve^ whero, except in the \ Bonth-east 'district, the i yield has been poor, and it lias been very bad indeed on the plains to the north of Adelaide. . The following particulars show the total yield in the various dis triots during the past two years :— ?: Districts. 1864-5. 1865-6. Counties— ? Bushels. Bushels. * Adelaide .. .. ' .. 1,088,156 .. 859,276 ^Gawler .. .. .. 456.796 ..308,755 ' Light .... ' . : 1,366,231 .. 1^072,454 ^Stanley ..^ ;..rf.. -803,170 .. 220,999 ' JFrome*.' i.-M^'J ;.-'';.. ?..;i':';; ?-— .:-'-i'.- ?'-'. :-- ???-— ;l. - Hindmarsh ' .. ;fi. ;?:...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BUILDING GRANTS TO CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 26 May 1866

EUCLD1NG -O It ANTS TO CHARITABLE lNSTllUTIONS Tho foil. ?»?»'«?« i« ii Htu»ein«-n of the propound dh (rihui.iii of tie huib of £20 000 voi.urt r.i meet I lie c luiiOB i.f chamuble luatuutiona for building for the jeur 18(i5 : — ? ArHrntHospif.nl ... ? .. £50) Balliinrnt District Hospital .. .. : .. l.Hui) Buocliwuith Ho'pitn| .-. .. .. .. l,f-00 ISvlinsl Hospital .... .. .. .. -i0;) Ounoily District Hospital .. .. .. jilM) KihnorM liuspihil .. .. . . . . --0(l Maryborough Distriot HoRpitnl .. .. ?.. li(IO Melboufiid .Jiyin-i-iii Hospital . .. .. , 7.'.0 J'ieiiMint Crwelf lloHpitil ? .. .. .. ' i-()0 Jiiillaiir.it. Bnnevoleiit A-ylum .. .. . . ..'1,000' Beui'hwni'tli UuiibvnliMii A.sylum ] .. ;.. l,ii00 Melbnnrim Benevolent Asylum .. .. .. 2 0;J0 Bfiuli^n Bdnuvnlon't Asyliim ..''' ... ... '2,000 Innrnriry-.iinil Beiicvol*:ut Asylum, Geelong .. . 750' G o img Orplian Asy'uui . . .. .. .. 750 Om- Lndy'ti OqihiiniiKt', Ueelnn-j .. ) „._ ? St. Angasiini-.VOrplvuingi', Gueiong . j loj Am...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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