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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 26 May 1866

EN LARGE MEN T op l - . THE WEEKLY AGE, AND ITS AMALGAMATION WITH THE FARMERS' JOURNAL. ? ' Tho Farmers' Journal, after a long- and pros perous career as an independent paper, has been in corporated with tho Weekly Age, and the two papers, each retaining its own special fSiituros of in terest and respective literary and editorial staff, will unite their forces so as to produce a journal superior to anything- yet issued from tho Viotorian press. For this purpose the Weekly Age lias been enlarg-ed by four extra' pages (equal to eight pages of the; Fahmers' Joubnaii), thus making it the largest PAPER IN THE AUSTRALIAN COLONIES. j ^ ; The proprietors have been induced to make this' change chiefly through the strong :reprosontatibh's made by subscribers co tho Farmers Journal of : their desire for a more liberal supply of general news. ; Residents in the country, whether farmers or miners, '! rai'oly subsoribo to nioro than one Molbournp1 paper , ! and hence tho necossity that it- afford...

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

? MEMORIAL! fl:p THE;QUEEN.y;;;; ;: : v *-: ??'? -? ?' ::*i^*;';U;;i'iTZEoy. ..' '-'V '*:. ?'? ' '? ? . .: '?}?*?;._?? ? A deputation- from 'g ..public meeting of the. inhabi- tarits btFjtzroyi assgmblpd. at.the NatibnarHall,. on the 4th iristii ip memotiaHso ; the i (Jaeen. upon the recall of his Exceiiefibyj arid to express sympathy1 at his rempv'iiii hadf uniuteryiowHwith' his Excel' lerioy on 6tii irist;; .Tbe members. of the deputation pbhsisted of ? Messrs Kebyea arid ; M'Kean, M.L/A., Messrs; Sciwlder; Vine, -E^' :^ilsbriv;Obulter, G. Wil Son, Crisparid Bice, , ': '.-1J;:W K: '?!.'' V-': -: i-v.v1: ;-*'.??. ??: Mr Beevbs, M.L. A., introdubed- the deputation. vij iilr ViNEi phairuiari of tho publib meeting, read the rosoiutiouB, whioh, ho said, were :adopted by a lai;Kp mid influential meeting of the ratepayers of the borough of Fitzroy, hastily Binnmoned the pre-( vious eveuing ; at whioh meeting, also, *n memorial to the Qaeon was submitted, and spoken to by several influent...

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

THE PROCESSION. The procession, on starting from the Treasury building, wus marshalled in tho following order : — Detachment of mounted police. The Williamstown volunteer band and councillors. The Freemasons of Victoria, with banner. The Port Phillip Ship wrights' Society, with banner. The Eight Hours Society (including members of various trades), with flags and banners. The Joiners' Co-operative Society, with banner. Thu Blacksmiths' Sooioty, with banner. The Plasterors' Sooioty, with banner. The Qperative Masons' Society, with flags and banners. Tbo United Laborers' Friendly Sooioty, with flags and banners. The Iron Moulder Sooiety of VictorjaJ with, banner. Tbe Operative GoaoU Makers, with liaiinnr. Tho' Quarrymen's Society, wilh banner. Tue Richmond FJro Brigade, with bjjnnur, bearing tho inscription ?' Courageous Biohmond, well hiiu thoti acquitted thee,' 'Visitors itoai Borulltfo, wjth bittfiw; insci'ibod fhei'flOHj with banner. Then followed about one hundred carriages, in so...

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

ARRIVAL OF HIS EXCELLENCY AT THE . TREASURY. As noon approached, a number of carriages drew up at the Government offices, and then formed in lino down Collins-street. Most of. the windows of the Treasury wore. occupied by 'apectntora, ; chiefly ladies, and indeed almont all the windows in tho locality, were similarly filled. Meanwhile, the various trades' societies, with their large banners, were mustered in Stephen-street, ready for a start, aud the'horsomen, about 100 in nnmber, assembled together, ready to fall into their places in the pro cession. The moat noticeable feature of the whole nratheriug wa? its quietness. There was scarcely any noise, and walking in and out of the crowds which thronged all tho thorouwfarea, i'; was impossible to iivoid feeling respect for those who composed them, ?ind indignation afc those who, from^ignornnoe, or determined prejudice, will uo donbt^Bneor -^at''the ' mob.' The goneral current of conversation was pretty much to the effect that they owe...

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

VITAL STATISTICS OE MELBOUKNE AND THE SUBURBS. The registrar-general's report on the vital statistics of Melbourne and the suburbs, for tho month and quarter ending the 31st March last, is published in tho Government Gazelle. The total number of deaths during the month was 488, of which 208 were males and 180 females. The deaths of children under five years of agenumbored 220, of which 102, or about 46 per cent., were of males, and 118, or nearly 54 per cent., wero of females. Of those dying, 115 wero under one year of ago, 68 wore between ono and two yenrs, 19 wero between two and three, 15 were between three and four, and 3 were between four andfive. The persons dying at a more advanced age than five years numbered 168, of which 106, or about 63 poroent., wore males, and 62 or nearly 87 per cent , were females , 14 wore between five and ten, 4 wero between ten and fifteen, 4 wero between fifteen and twenty, 15 were between twenty and twenty-five, 20 were between twonty-fivo and th...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE RECALL OF THE GOVERNOR. THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 26 May 1866

THE EEC ALL ; OF THE GOVERNOR THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S SPEECH. The following is the speech delivered by the Attorney-General in the course of the debate on the appointment of a select committee to prepare an address to Sir Charles Darling, on the occasion of his recall from the governorship:— ..;-. _;?'.;. . Mr HIGINBOTHAM rose and said : We are in vited by this motion to do a usual act under un usual circumstances. (Hear.) ; A.8 I understand the motiou of the hon. member, for East Bourke, we are invited to join in the ordinary ?courtesy of present ing an address to the Governor of thiB colony, who is about leaving our shores under circumstances not only unusual but unprecedented. (Hear.) I believe I am correct in saying that this is the first occasion on which a Governor holding her Majesty's commission in a colony possessing responsible; go; verriment has been recalled from that office during his period of service; . . (Hear.) On this occa sion it is not my intention, ^ir, to offer ...

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

\ : ' :? i'BANK RETURNS. - The following is a summary of sworn returns, ren dered pursuant to the Banks, and Currency. . Statute, 1861 j (27 .'Victoria, No. 194), of the average liabilities and assets, and of the capital and profits,, of all the banks in Victoria, taken from the several weekly state ments for the quarter ended 31st March, 1866: — fej O O H 't'- ?- 2| fl:- ~~ ~~ 1 it: ii|. ill I fiitm ? 1 1 1- i ?-?!?? |-l rft i'-f'l-i. ?. I .1 I 1 i iftj \ \- '\ ? ?'??'? ? * . ? ? ' ? ; : ?; . ' ^ --..??- ???-?-.?? -———, — : - - ^~ o . - - ? ? j-° ' . ** i~* £~ 2- 'J-« o3 to .- -x es -co 'h-1 'tfc ~i& '^j K SL OS to en os ? w w »? n jf^ ? ja - - . ? ?£? „ «© ' Sfc CO C3 ? ? ~3 CO CAS Crt ? —3 . CO . +' R co S S3 ' 'en i*w : hi. .--.e»t so h- .?.*?.- g; o co cs O H» --» to en . os oi ,iotn ... '?-?«? co co ta * ? o ea e- ' i-* ' e» o we*. 8. tu (_i ►— ? '?'.''?? ?--» to - H« J-» JO ' g:' ' en o - ' o . « coo co oico h— „' _«S H-'JS-' Jl» - J''- .5' J^ S° .5° i-3 i*, ai S- *U^...

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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 — 26 May 1866

mi$E^^^mc^^M&mM^ VESSELS ABEIVJED AT THE PORT OF MEL BOURNE SINCE1 -THE DEPARTURE OF THE APRIL MAIL. .. ., '?.:. ? . -?:..- April. '; ' . ' , 25. Hertfordshire,' ship, 858 tons, H. Robinson, from ,-?'??. -??: San Francisco.-., ;':': .- ?:.r^.- ?.!-;-;'?? ?-- -,-.-? .'1 25.-.A.-:-\H. Badger, barque,'. 407 tons, D; :. S; Marshall, from Mauritius. Anderson and Alarshall, agents. 26. Curacoa.H.M.' steam frigate, 23 guns, Sir W. S. Wiseman, Bt.,:C.B., commodore, from Adelaide. 28. Avenir,:Frenphr barque.- -Ill tonsi;H. .Warreyre, * from Mauritius* M'Ewan and Co.. agents. 30. Lincolnshire, ship, 1025 tons. E. Charltdn, com ???.-.- niander, from London. W. P. White and -Co;,' . ;v agents. ----- ... - - ? r- ,.-....,...;;,... May. ?; .' '..;? ' ... .... : ?' . .1' .-.'.',.'' .-',...' , 2.. Hannah Nicholson, barque, 251 tons, Goo. Black, from Mauritius. Fanning, Nonkivell and Co., agents. ' '' : -' ' ' ?'?'-' ': '? - 3. Thomas Bell, ship, 838 tons, Oeorge Gmzelier, - ' from London; '...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 26 May 1866

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.                   BIRTHS. COCKBURN. —On the 8th April, at Daylesford, Mrs   James Cockburn, of a daughter.   CARPENTER. —On the 8th inst., the wife of Mr E. Carpenter of a son, still-born. CARTER. —On the 7th inst., at Chapel-street, St.     Kilda, the wife of Mr William Carter, of a son. GOUGH. —On 12th inst., at Richmond, Mrs A. Gough, of a son.             HARDING. —On the 5th inst., at Johnson-street, East Collingwood, Mrs W. B. Harding, of a daughter.     JENNER. —On the 5th inst., at her residence, St.     Kilda, the wife of the Hon. C. J. Jenner, M.L.C., of a daughter.   JOHNSTON. —On the 29th ult., at Clifton House, St.   &am...

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MILITARY AND NAVAL COMMANDERS IN VICTORIA—SEE PAGE 4. CHIEF OFFICERS OF THE MILITARY AND NAVAL DEPARTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 26 May 1866

MILITARY AND NAVAL COMMANDERS IN VICTORIA— see pase 4. . nitlGAPIEn-GF.NEIUL OAEEV. COMMODORE Sin WILLIAM WISEMAN. . nitlGAPIEn-GF.NEIUL OAEEV. COMMODORE Sin WILLIAM WISEMAN. CHIEF OFFIGEES OF THE MILITARY AND NAVAL DEPARTMENTS. His Exoellenoy Brigadier-General George Jackson Carey, Acting Governor of Victoria, entered the army as an ensign, on the 28th July, 1815 ; was promoted to his lieutenancy on the 1st April, 1847 ; obtained his captaincy on the 6th October, 1848 ; his majority on the 28th January, 185S ; and his colonelcy on the 28th November of the following year. His Excellonoy served with the Capo Mounted Eifleo throughout the Kaffir campaigns of 1846, 1847, and 1851 and 1853. In the lattor ho was slightly wounded, and had his charger killed under him'. During his service at the Cape he noted as military secretary to General Sir James Jack son. His Excellency also served in the New Zealand campaign from 1863 to 1865, during which, he ' com* tnondod expeditions on the East ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EIGHT HOURS DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 26 May 1866

EIGHT HOURS DEMONSTRATION. The tenth anniversary of the eight hours move-     ment took place on the 21st ult., with very, suc- cessful results. A procession started from the   Trades' Hall, Lygon-street, Carlton, and marched by the usual route to the, North Botanical Gardens, where a large number of people assembled. The   trades banners were a conspicuous feature, both in the procession and in the gardens, where they were tastefully distributed over the grounds. The iron- moulders exhibited one for the first time, which attracted considerable attention. On one side   several workmen are represented, pouring the moulten metal into a mould, and on     the other two men ar. seen, each with his hand on a cog-wheel, and with various implements of labor   about them. There were various booths, at which the numerous visitors quenched both hunger and   thirst very continuou...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOSS OF THE STEAMSHIP URARA, AT THE CLARENCE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 26 May 1866

LOSa OP THE' STJ^MSHIRUBAB VAX 'THE' CLARENCE RIVER. * On Thursday morning, shortly before six o'clock, a boat, in charge of. the second officer of the steam ship Urara, arrived at Grafton with the mails and Bad intelligence thnt the C. and R.R.S.N. Com pany's ateamer Urara, in entering the heads, at three p.m. (he previous day, had struck on the oonth reef, and was a total wreck ;'liut that the vessel, although stranded on the reef, was out of deep water, her after hold being dry, and that there was some hope of saving a portion of her cargo. Tho cause of this sad disaster, which fortunately 'has not been attended with any loss of life, will form the subject of an inquiry. We therefore refrain from giving expression to any remarks : calculated to-' prejudice the minds of .those who may be cilled upon to investigate the matter, or to throw any blame npon Captain Merritt. Wo cannot help remarking, however, that, with bo powerful u steamer, a smooth bar and line weather, nud in broad ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FREMANTLE, WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 23 June 1866

FREMANTLE, WESTERN AUSTRALIA. , Western Australia was constituted a free colony* in! 1829, but as the small number of laborers who .came out speedily became proprietors, labor grew' scarce and dear, and besides there was no market found for the produce raised. To sup ply the demand for labor the colonists petitioned the British Government to constitute the colony a penal settlement. The home authorities gladly acceded to then: wishes, and, in 1850, sent out the first batch of convicts. ;Fremantle, at the mouth of the Swan River, offering the advantage of a shorter sea passage than any ether available place of debarkation in the colony, and being besides within a few miles of the capital, Perth, whioh is situated oh the same river, was chosen as the head quarters of the depot. * The' country around Fremantle is sandy and barren, but' when subjected to cultivation, becomes very productive in/vegetables, fruits, and tropical produce. The town .itself is of. very limited extent, contain...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GROG IN THE CAMP. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 23 June 1866

GKOG IN THE CAMP. The deplorable scene here depicted was one actually witnessed by our artist. Some natives had pitched their camp, consisting of a mia mia or two, in the neighborhood of a grog shop, where they had been supplied with liquor, for which some of them had parted , with their rugs and blankets ; and the result ..was a general fight, as usual with them when, intoxif -catocT.' ? The report recently published on the state of the aborigines supplies evidence only too abundant of their readiness to adopt the vices rather than the virtues of our civilisation. Mr Garratt thus repo w of the Geelong tribe : — ' I regret to have to report that the thirst for intoxioating drinks is as great as ever, and the miserable remnant of a once powerful tribe is fast drinking itself to the grave. The practice of selling clothing for drink is still common, notwith standing i all our efforts to provent it, and there really seem buC-jsoahty hopes of -doing7 any permanent good to those poor unfo...

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THE INTERCOLONIAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 23 June 1866

THE INTERCOLONIAL EXHIBITION. The erection of additions to our Publio Library, which are intended to bo used temporarily for pur poses connected with the. proposed Intercolonial Exhibition, having fairly commenced, a few observa tions in elucidation of the general design may not be out of place. It is twelve years within a month since the first stone of the Public Library was laid. Its conception is attributable to Mr Charles Joseph Latrobe, the first Governor of Port Phillip, and it is to the liberality of Parliament in granting sums of money in furtherance of the de sign of the original promoters, that we, owe the noble building and library, whioh is^ anVrnament to. the city and the pride of ~~the colony. Everyone is familiar with the present structuro fronting Swanston-stroet, arid forming only the western portion of the original design. It consists of an entranoe hall, at present devoted to an exhi bition of statuary, from which a staircase ascends to the library on the first fl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHALE FISHERY ON THE COAST OF JAPAN [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 23 June 1866

WHALE FISHERY ON THE COAST OF JAPAN The above engraving depicts a most exciting scene in the waters of Japan. A vast expanse of sea is lighted up by the rising sun, while jagged rocks rise boldly from the surface on the horizon. In the centre of the picture a huge whale is spouting forth .water and bleod, for a number of harpoons' have been fixed*: in her side, by the Japanese whalebqats' that are swarm-' ing round her. Whaling is an occupation pursued by large numbers of the Japanese, and they are very ex pert in it. The whale fishing particularly flourishes on the sea that washes the southern shore of the great island of Niphon, tho locality shown in our engraving. The usual manner of catching the whale 1b by har pooning in the method of the Greenland fishermen. The boats of the Japanese, however, are much better suited to the purpose than the Greenland boats, being exceedingly sharp, small, light, and capable of being' propelled through th'e water with incredible velocity. Our en...

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THE PANAMA ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 23 June 1866

THE PANAMA ROUTE. The mail service from the antipodes to England via the Isthmus of Panama iB. a new enterprise adopted 'by the New Zealand' Government, nnii aided by a subsidy from New1' South Wales. Starting from Sydney, which ' may be regarded as the Australian terminus of the line, the mail steamers will proceed to Wellington, in Cook's Straits, to perfect . their. arrangements by receiving. on board mails, goods and passengers brought thither by branoh steamers from Otago, Lyttelton, Nelson and Melbourne. From Wellington they will pursue a direct coarse across the Indian Ocean, sighting Pitoairn Ilsand, and coaling, if seeded, at the Galapagos, on the Equator. Arriving in Panama Bay, the mails, passengers and goods will be trans ferred across the Isthmus, by railway, to Aspiri wall, on the Atlantic side, and embarked on board the. vessels of the Eoyal Mail Company. Thence the passage will be by way of Jamaica, St. Thomas and the Azores,, to Southampton. -The. steamers will leav...

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THE SALMON AT THE PLENTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 23 June 1866

THE SALMON AT' THE' PLENTY. [FBOSir THE HOBABT TOWN MEROTjRiV JUNE 11.1 A trip frptn Hobart Town1 to the Balmon ponds at the ' Plenty andVback, a^distance of twenty-nine miles each way; thrbngh /wind ! and storm, and hail and rain'i lasting the 'whole day, is somewhat of a feat. And' yet that was what we undertook on Friday last, owing to the receipt of intelligence in town that the hatching of the whole of the second batch of ova was nearly over, and to our being de sirous of seeing the ponds before it was completed ; and undertook with perfect satisfaction to. our selves. :We have nothing particularly new to say on the matter, but a brief statement of what we saw and heard may interest some. Mr Ramsbottom received us with no small astonishment, on account of ' the inclemency of ' the weather, but kindly took us over the ponds, and showed us all that was to bo seen.;. First, we visited the hatching boxes, and saw the fish ' that were tht-h hatching, and that had just been hatched. ...

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WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 23 June 1866

WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND. Wellington is the name both of a province and a town. The province, including Hawke's Bay, divides with Auckland the main portion of the Northern. Island. The town is situated at' the southern extremity of the province, and on the west shore of Port Nioholson, which opens into Cook's Straits. The harbor i« a magnifloent -expanse of water, affording every possible facility for ships of: the largest, burden. ? In consequence of its possessing the advantage of such a fine harbor, together with the eeatrality of it* position in relation to the several provinoes into which New Zealand is divided, Wel lington has been recently selected as the seat of ? Government ; and more recently still, as the port ol departure for the mail, steamers. A. special, in terest attaches to it just nowv on -these acoounts.1 The town is rapidly improving, and ? buildings are springing up in all directions, especially at the business end, on the Te Aro Flat. It already possesses Episco...

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THE PANAMA RAILROAD [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 23 June 1866

THE PANAMA RAILROAD Is one of the most striking examples of American energy and perseverance. For the following particulars regarding its construction we are indebted to Harper's New Monildy Magazine for January, 1859.' ;The*pro jeot of a great inter-oceanic communication across the isthmus of Panama had been agitated for cen turies, but never attempted until events occurred which turned the attention of the American people to the subject. ' In consequence of the settlement of the north-western boundary, by which the United 'States dame into possession of Oregon, and the war with Mexico, which added California to thoir posaes sions/jitjbopamo a matter of importance to. render these distant territories more accessible than by the . route around Cape Horn. Congress accordingly, in 1848, au thorised oontraots to be entered into for the establishment of two mail lines of steamships, the one from Now York and New Orleans to ChagroB, and the other to connect with this by the Isthmus from ...

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