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CHAMPION SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 September 1892

CHAMPION SHEEP. Two of the illustrations appearing this month represent tho grand champion merino ram and the ohampion long woolled ram at the recent show of the Australian Sheep Breeders' Association. The grand ohampion ram was bred by Messrs. M'Farland Bros., Barooga, Mew South Wales, and is 2£ years old. His sire is True Briton, imported, a pure American merino ram that has been re markably successful as n stud sire. His dam is by Matchless, a sheep that was imp or- ' ted from Vermont at the same time as True Btiton. The grand ohampion ram is one of the very finest specimens of merino sheep ever exhibited in Australia, and it would be very difficult to pick a fault in him. The champion long woolled rain is a pure Lincoln, and was bred by the exhibitors, Messrs. '\V. audit. Foray tli, Rowohester Park, Hamilton, who are amongst the most successful breeders of long wools in Victoria.- Although the grand champion merino ram is to all intents and pur noses a pure American in blood, th...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LADIES COLUMN. MISS E. M. STAWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 September 1892

Tillfi hAinVM' COLUMN/ um if, Mi fflkmuu 'Wi« Mtlkuh HMpottH In U10 (jlnmkni Wwh ni OmMiiuu nuliMviM hv MIm MinwiiU, nf fluwii' Ii/um (jollotfd/ wi-\lm tlio Qimiiii, Im uiUnmlUin (Hi iiuifo thnti ono Kroinidi /t Ih n fiil«l/il(« Utumiuit! iimi n, dl/iwiloiil Hdliof/ic In (liu noiuiiiiiik «I«iiI/I«ii« Wan UHiuiul \i(s mhwnlutt mil ut Mitttittiul, M\m Hkwull In tin liwkiiou lutliu muilmyi (of *\ia lion .tiilUar, Uiu \11lu Mir WIIIIh/ii kitiwull, iH!M\i\ud tlifl iimlUun ul (SUM tHMiaii o( iVMuflR, Him wyw uiUmied nl WtiHlly (JuHem J/ltt\hui\mQ( wlweu ulia um [iml ul \mr ftliflKfutf, mid fioc Hltouu huuh luwtifi\tt tilmM «tinllo«( l/v wffiftffttf a ti\m\ml nuiiiiUifnUUi ufiuu Ui tlia wffufa ul MiiiUuUtfw if ui v mil!/ 1 «''f eomUtfi mb flw« iu tlta Ural -i\m« (tiiiuimt tl/« utuileiih of iiuf ytmfi Ltinvliiu Atwlttulit for ttrifflAfirf/ Ml«- Wdiwoll mhiml titiwuttm (JtiHaav, nnd in her hwiuA ytmr l\wu wan (litf (Jimml Hoiiulmiiiiii

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WILD CATTLE HUNTING IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 September 1892

Whti UAJHIM MJN'HNU IS NMW ? ' /(ICAIiANJJi A pAily ofNottlarHAt WnUiilforul Niiodoeiled In hunting noino 13 or IS of Miohu wild onttlo out of tho biiNli on to tho torn Innil on tlio uwikIi Thoy mndu for it hill top. On tho n!o|io of Hi In hill a young nuloaior wiih oroolliig 11 fonau ovoi1 0110 mllo In length, lly thu tlmu thu wild UAtllo ruuahud thu top of thin hill (hoy luul out' dlNtAiiaad tho htinlprx, but on welng (I10 rnun funolnu In front thuy ilrow 1111, Whuii tho up' pi'oitehinu liunturN mid iIoum Apiiimiud In pursuit thoy mmlo 0110 niiigniflaunt rimfi down tho ftlojic Ntmlght for thu wlru funuo, foui1 oi' llvo of tlu- luAdorH a fow yiinlH In front, (hu body of tho hui'd oIonu nt tholr hud* The limiloi'n Mti'iiak tha fuiiau with thu foruu of it nil lie iiulti Tho rotiouuil of thu (indtlu, Iniwovcr, flflud tlmin olemi olf thiilr foot nnd Hung thum niiciiwI' Iiiu on tuthalr ImokN, ituil for no fur thu ftiiuio hold tfooil, And tint oiittln (IiihIkmI up thu hill it Niioct dlHt...

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

STJMMABY OF NEWS. Kangaroo rats, paddy melons and hares are reported to be increasing rapidly in several parts of the Wagga district. ' : The other day Mr. Izod, of Maharahara, obtained a rail, a very rare bird,, resembling the woodcock. He ha* presented it to the Napier Museum. ' ' The Mulgoa irrigation colony near Penrith is progressing apace. The township now. presents quite a lively appearance, with' tents spread in every direction. , Nearly a million trout ova have been collected by .the ourator of the Masterton fish ponds this year, an increase of nearly 100 per cent, on the number of last year. A centenarian named William Dixoa recently died at Southgate (New South Wales). Deceased was 107 years of age, and had spent the long period of 94 years in the colony. A miner named Robert Maguiro, aged 50 years, was on 5th August smothered by foul air in the shaft of tho Native Youth claim, Bnllarat East. Deceased, leaves a widow but no family. Tho war vesnel Orlando has arrived from ...

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

NEW ZEALAND. Latest news from the Islands indicates that matters are at present quiet in tho Samoan group. A fire hax occurred in Dunedin, by which a Dresden piano warehouse has been damaged to ttie amount of £3000. The property is insured in the South British Compnny. . The bill to introduce the Biblo in State schools as part of the time table, with a conscience clause, was rejected on the second reading in the Legislative Council by a majority of one. A bill providing for a district court of conciliation and colonial court of arbitration wob read the second time in the House of Representatives. The Taxation Amending Bill exempts friendly societies and savings banks from the land. tax and tax on mortgages. Companies having borrowed money on debentures, and having lent such money- on mortgage, are to pay only the i.ioome. tax for debenture. holders in respect of the amount of such. money aotually invested on mortgage at the date of the annual return of income. Eaoh partner of a firm...

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

Changeable weather has been experienced during the past month. The temperature was comparatively .low the first three weeks, .frosts were rather frequent, and sometimes severe in the colder parts of the colony, but they did not ause much damage. The temperature rose on the 21st, and abundance of rain having fallen, vegetation is making rapid growth. Farmers are well satisfied with the future prospeot, though in places, especially in the Upper Murray district, heavy losses of cattle were sustained in the course of the winter .through cold and de ficiency of grass. ? . . The prinoipal events of the month have been the Australian Sheep Breeders' show, held in Melbourne on 15th and 16th August, and that of the Royal Agricultural Sooiety, held from the 23rd to the 27th. The show of tho Sheep Breeders' Association was one of the best, if not the most successful, ever'held by that body. The entries were numerous and the quality of' the sheep reached a high standard of excellence, though th...

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

QUEENSLAND. Negotiations are still proceeding with a view to the issue of £300,000 of Queensland Treasury bills in London. At Itigham the Hamleigh plantation lias started crushing. All tho other sugar mills are iu full swing, as tho weather is favorable. JohnMunro, for 10 yoars in the employ of Mr. Barker, produce merchant, has been arrested for embezzlement. His defalcations are said to be vory heavy, extending over several years. Voapor, who recently incited a mob to assault men on tlio Day Dawn mine at Charters Tower*, in connection with the strike, has been sentenced to three months' hard labor for riotous behavior. The Marine Board has censured Pilot Nicholas for grounding the Dorunda off Thursday Inland, and intimated that he has proved himself in competent to take charge of a large ship like the Dorunda. Tho Railway Commissioners have aocopted the tender of Messrs. Gordon and Gotcb for the right of advertising on the Queensland railways for five years. ' The amount is a consi...

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

TASMANIA. The council of the Tasmanian University have referred the matter of the standard for the matriculation examination to the Hoard of Degrees. It was stated that the standard is now higher than that of any of the other colonies. * The Governor, Sir Robt. Hamilton, states that ho intends to return to England at the end of his term of office in Marou next, and will not take another governorship. He is retiring on Ilia pension after 37 yeats' service. He says he may possibly eventually settle in Tasmania. The Attorney-General lias introduced a bill to provide for giving publicity to unclaimed funds in public companies. - It provides also for the publication of lists in the Gazette, and all un claimed moneys after being advertised for two years are to ro into the consolidated revenue fund. The export of gold from Launceston for July was 2979 oz., valued as £11,466, as compared with 1383 oz., valued at £5059, in the corres ponding month of last year. The tin exported for July was ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A NIGHT IN PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 September 1892

A NIGHT IN PARLIAMENT. The publio as a rule do not show their interest in the proceedings of Parliament by personal attendance. Nor is this indifference to -the transaction of the affairs of the nation altogether surpris ing. A sitting of the Assembly undor ordi nary circumstances is prosaic unless en livened by the ec centricities of a M 'Lei Ian or a Molo ney; or' the existence of the Ministry is at stake. Budget night, however, is one of those occasions in which the community feels a deep concern, especially when the circumstances are suoh that their pockets are certain to be affected in some way or another. Then there is a. general desire to know the worst at firsthand, andtheaccommodationfor strangers in tho House is found utterly inadequate. The applicants for entrance booome as demonstrative and eager for admission as though it were Boxing night at tho pantomime. This was the case reoontly when Sir Graham Berry delivered his memorable budget speeoli. Our artist, in a series o...

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

CITY OF MELBOURNE JUBILEE. The jubileo of the incorporation of the city of Melbourne was celebrated on 12th ult. in the Town Hall, a special meeting of the council being held in the Council Chamber lo listen to a report by his 'Worship the Mayor commenting on the remarkable progress of the city, which was followed later ? in the day by a lunch in the supper 'room. His Excellency tho Governor, who attended both the meeting of the council and the lun cheon, was met by the.'Mas'or and aldermen at the foot of tho staira and conducted to tho council chamber, where he was' welcomed by the councillors standing, and aooommodnted with a seat on the Mayor's right. A striking feature of the proceedings consisted in a visit from a large number of the oldest pioneers for the purpose of oongratulat ing the council on the attainment of ita jubilee, and Mr. J. S. Johnston, the only per son now living of those who constituted the. City Oounoil of 1843, was accommodated with a seat on the . left of t...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TYPES OF DOGS EXHIBITED AT THE RECENT SHOW IN THE EXHIBITION BUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 September 1892

TYPES OF DOGS EXHIBITED AT THE RECENT SHOW IN THE EXHIBITION -BUILDING.

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A GROUP OF OLD COLONISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 September 1892

A GROUP OF OLD COLONISTS. An interesting fcaturu of the jubilee celebra tion of tho Melbourne Oity Council wan thu assembling round the liospitublu tublu of tho Mayor of. a representative 'gutherhig of old colonists. It was fitting that the pioneers of the early forties, men who have borno tho burden and boat of the day, should bo honored guests on a commemorative occasion in tho history of a oity whioh they had seen grow up from the rude log structures of its foundation into a capital of architectural pretensions and considerable grandeur. The old colonists present who arrived in the country prior to the 12th August, 1842, the date of the incorporation of the oity, wore— Captain Fermanor (who landed in 1834), Mr. Ohas. Wilmot (1835), Mr. Robert Frost (1835), Mr. Robert Russell. (1836), Mr. R. W. Shadforth (1837), Mr. G. F. Belcher (1839), Mr. Jas. Graham (1839), Mr. Wm. Hay (1839), Mr. Peter Martin (1839), Mr. R. MacLaohlan (1839), Mr. H. Oreswiok (1840), Mr. J. S. Johnston (1840),...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REMINISCENCES OF THE WIMMERA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 September 1892

REMINISCENCES OF THE WIMMERA. By Mallee. Anyone now visiting for the first time that portion of the Wimmera district lying around Warracknabeal can hardly imagine how it looked when I first beheld it 17 years ago. I was then a mere child, but well do I remem ber the frantic delight of my brothers and sisters and myself when we discovered that our   tedious journey was at last ended. For days we had travelled in a waggonette, keeping paoe only with farm wagons containing such of our household goods as it was deemed expedient to bring with us to our new home in the bush. To us children it seemed, the best possible fun to live in a log hut, surrounded by trees and scrub ; and we even experienced a species of pleasure in our involuntary shivers as we listened to the sh-h of the possums in the trees around the hut at night. For many months after our arrival there was no school near enough for us to attend, so we were free to become acquainted with our novel surroundings, and...

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

LADIES I PURE LINENS ummiuuimM (iff r,(il-fmiin( tjJiAl.thi Hftilri llw b\ii(-kt.t:d«UMi.uf-id hit t.tmu ill im (mill Hi tntiuuti ul mi IMMgN§K SAVING, Wl( ism frf/M./iii/W/muiwnrwriiU'Nrf/^iffoJyi Wli'i *.v#*l(i fiiniUhUut tit tt'tkiiUMmi t uu Itjiiiif Miih-hi hi luiiyiiliitiuiiji IHHhktih fibril 111 IICIJBI^ %qm^HLm ML m mfi mil mm |r tiQQ nti W A, umiiim. ,tm nomlWMW/1'' MWitMMtt&MtPt'tiM ^m/i&i'&ttl^m^m aouo a ,:ltl A itftntlfltt III i (Ui » Iff, lUiif llji. KM, if Ui il -M ¥iitttnunui him mill (n-,it,un««u buttaui, if {(f (iFrt-r m Hh, \ \k\ htit'&iMWt'1 t'HHtllUI'l VI ! //,) Aiii.Yi, niifjiiii.-i'f || fit'. in-ln'ilfl-( mwhuim 111 lll«rH, Wnf l.« Imih ???tun mnn in* fidlilfif. Im C((.ffillicif1 ^'lii i»riy ff.cnf Mir ill' Atnhlif fllllllMI'lll'f, I^HtlH ¥titH MftiHi* hUMtHtUt iM 'xukfaiiM N«tMJiiBHi(L ««i mm vMsl

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A PACIFIC ISLANDS TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 September 1892

A PACIFIC ISLANDS TRAGEDY. Details aro to hand from Tahiti with reference to one' of the most remarkable tragedies of tho Pacific. Two advontureiB, whose arrest by tho Spanish authorities in the Caroline Islands for wholesale murder and piracy in tho South Seas was ohronioled recently, arc now at Manilla awaiting trial. It has now been ascertained that tho two men, who are brothers, and of Belgian birth, deliberately poisoned six men who formed the principal complement of tho Tahiti schooner .'Nuiroahiti, flying the French flag, and threw their bodies overboard at sea, and took piratical possession of the vessel. It appears that the murderers, whoso name is Rorique, arrived in Tahiti at the end of last year after a mysterious career jin tho Pacific. One of them shipped as a teaman on the schooner Nuiroahiti, whioh left Papeete harbor on a trading cruiso to the Paumota Archi polngo on 15th December, 1891, nothing being heard of her until she turned up at the Carolino Islands a couplo...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AW[?]ULES SUITALLM FOR BAZAAHS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 September 1892

AWV10IM HUM AIM Mill II AM AM, 'I'Ue Iihmm (Hiidowie Ih wait m iu lawn (tud emmlry Hlikt( ntul /w/k^Ij fiimr In u\wn ut ftif llllllN fl« iU Mllliftf/lo flfllflllW witiliU UUH lit! IMtiti fid \hiu\oi U flftnfl Iw our uiidmvtH hum Him in tli/10 to «if|/|ily (me fumium wiiit iilmimilona Hint dimtiotiH wltiuU wo Ittttw wiil im ut mtlm knnaa in limit Ammiff l\w ilntiitf itlliun -wiiioit Uiivu found tends/ naia nl tuotinh inmnm Hfo Htiwfl llulo l/(ii|« for Ik/IiIIii« (i\uw\ uinmni Uiw at f/li«Ko ifMofiti rt riff wuHumiui iiim in tfwwu iiy (nif lifnh lllUHlrtiUotii Walt uudufwtt tduiutd he tutiiiloyod in innUiiiu Wmiih nmi Uiov nliuutd im oNififiiaiitad wlf.lt trtntwfiil oifil/rolildf-y, imWm oiili/iiiocd Ijv kmki H|i(if(«!o*, ku- Ikimdn, wldi n Niiifill Imfi dMUmi \\ftllun\, mmm nd- i/ii'ly wall, If tlia dtmn Im uMUiwd will! uiild thrond, or Uki doMltftt imiy lio wuruud (ivof difafdy wf((t oolort'il «lll-«/ 'Vim iiim\iu of tlio hMo o-f tiw ukmH mnnd l\e«l itti tilth intl iu oiirilli/j/ii'...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 September 1892

OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE. One of the latest census tables published by the Government Statist shows a comparison be tween the statistics of the occupations of the people of 'Victoria in the years 1881 and 1891. In that decade it seems we have received amongst us a notable increase of persons of 'independent means' having 'no office or occupation,' but assumed to be in the posses sion of funds. The period embraced of course inoluded that in whioh a recovery took place in the industrial development of the country after tho severe political struggles whioh ooourred at the olose of the seventies. Many millions of loan money were spent within its limits, and the great land boom ocourred. Those facts should acoount for the expansion of the number returned under the heading mentioned from 12,072 to 17,741. The devotees of the learned professions and literature, art and Hcionoo have incrensed by one-third, the com- ? parison being 14,214 and 21.851. Clergymen, lawyers and doctors have doub...

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

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Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S GRAND NATIONAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 September 1892

ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S GRAND NATIONAL EXHIBITION. The twenty-second grand annual exhibition of the Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria was opened on Tuesday, 23rd August, at the Flemington show grounds. Unfortu nately the weather did not prove pro pitious. A light drizzling but persistent rain had fallen throughout the forenoon, cxeroising a very dampening influence upon tho number of those who attended, and rendering things generally the reverse of comfortable. The first day, however, . being devoted to the practical business of judging and finishing the usual pre liminary preparations, tho state of the weather was only a nominal factor in connection with tho proceedings. . The. weather on the occasion of the formal opening -of -the show on tho 24th, was delightfully bright and springlike, and was alto gether in striking contrast to the lowering skies .and persistent rainfall of the 'pre vious day. Thoro was a pleasant broezo from the north, which not- only made the many w...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE PYTHONS OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 September 1892

THE PYTHONS OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. Pythons are abundant in the Philippines, the sneciod being identical with that found in Borneo. During our stay of 18 mouths in these islands, write some correspondents to tho Scientific American, we have heard many accounts of tho enormous size attained by theso snakes, aud recently have obtained throe fine Hpnciinens. The smallest of these measured 19 feot 11 £ inches in length and 18 inches in greatest cir cumference. It had evidently been without food for some time and was in an emaciated condition, but was still a heavy load for two men. The next in size measured 22 feet 6 inched in length and 24 inches in greatest cir cumforence. The head was 6 inches wide at the anglo of the jaws, aud the mouth opened 13 inches without any of tho stretching of the skin or displacement of the bones of which it is oapable. Tho third Hpucimon measured 22 feet 8 inohes in length and 22 inches in greatest cir cumference. The gape was tho same as in tho second...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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