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CALENDAR FOR DECEMBER. KITCHEN GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

CALENDAR FOR DECEMBER. KITCHEN GARDEN'. The hot months nay now be said fairly to bare set in. In moat soils, accordingly, the gardener,!? cook), will have bid farewell, for a time at least, to juicy mellow cabbages, delicate flavoured sound plump turnips, and sojon, including most things in the gardener's culinary seed list The old proverb says " there are no gains without pains," and the difficulty in the raising of all these desirable vegetables at this season is not solved so readily. Numbers of our gardens have fine supplies of water near them, suitable] for Irrigating; bat although only a short distance off, It cannot bo made available without same outlay, or in short, " as the mountain would not come to Mahomet, Mahomet had to go to the mountain." The majority of us are natives of a cold, moist climate, and them is, appearently as a consequence, no getting over the fact that we cannot accommodate our traditional rules of cropping, &c., to a climate neither cold nor moi...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FARM & GARDEN. NOTES ON THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

THE FARM & GARDEN. NOTES ON THE MONTH. The tettiDg in of dry weather hu provi dentially kept the met in cheek. By reports from different parte o( the country the wheat crops look well; there are complaints of the aphis and caterpillar, bat it is to be hoped that their ravages are only confined to cer tain districts. Oats are lea favourably reported of, bat the late fine weather will have tended to Improve tbe quality and yield. We bear but little of the flax and hemp crop*, bow they are progTeaslog; infor mation on this bead would be of Internet to some Motions of the community. So soon as the bay and grain crops are removed from tbe. land begin with breaking np Urn soli at once, either with tbe plough, scarifier, or grubber. The summer's ton mats and pul verises the aoil; we bare no hosts to mellow and redoes oar chqe to n fit state for the roots of plants to find snhmsteuoe among the cloddy and Impervious mass, bat we have In onr long summers abundance of time to tun np tb...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POST-OFFICE FOR ENOCH'S POINT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

POST-OFFICE FOR ENOCH'S POINT. TO THK EDITOR Of THE A.tfflrftlX.48UV. fill,—Asa constant reader of yout Tam able paper, I, lit common with other residents | in the neighbourhood, wish to enlist you in onr endeavours to procure a post-office for Enoch's Point. It is a want whtoh is greatly felt. Oar letters and newspaper! At present are brought from Yea by a private individual, each letter which we receive costing six peuoe. each one potted one shilling, newspapers one shilling and sixpence, and to receive one hy poet it out of the question, I frequently hive colonial newspapers sent me by poet, sndboicc pnpcis regularly; but, strange to Bay, never one comes to hand. I have complained to the postmaster at Tea, and he says they never arrive at his office. Now, there it no doubt tbey are bound to go somewhere other than their legitimate destination, end where I tbonid very well like to knew. We Salter ourselves, had we a post-ofRco eslabiiehed here, ft might to a great extcut do away w...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE BISHOP v. CRICKET. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

THE BISHOP v. CIIICKET. TO THE EDfTOE OF THE 1CSTEAI»A6IAy. Sir,—lu common, I belie re, with every lover of cricket, I was sorry to see the an nouncement in your last that we were not likely again to have the pleasure of witness ing the skill of the Rev. Walter Fellows in the cricket-field. There is now no doubt as to this being the fact; and there appears to be less that the rev. gentleman's retirement has been caused by Episcopal interference. What is the evil in cricket, that the Bishop should prevent his clergy from playing at it? Is the game sinful? If it be, many of the bishops in England must hare much to an swer for, as there it is not uncommon for clergymen to take part in cricket matches. Or does bis lordship believe that what a clergyman cannot do without violating the commandments, may be done by a layman with impunity? I wish to speak, Sir, with all respect of the Bishop and his office; yet I caunot but feel that be has a very unfortunate knack of making both it and him...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ACCLIMATISATION. (FROM THE BALLARAT SUN, NOVEMBER 24.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

ACCLIMATISATION. (raox THE BELLA EAT BUB, HOVMBBE 24.) Acclimatisation, so far as It bu gone in this country, ii 01 e of tbo greatest triumphs of cut colonial enterprise, and perhaps the moat silent but effective spell which will so win out affections Item roaming to (he fatherland. If we can sit and listen to those bewitching songiten that have endeared themselves to us in our childhood by their cheering warble and their joyous song, we are mom apt to feel that the cottage near wLfch our old friend has built its nest is our home. Association has everything to do with our contentment, end the mom of those conditions which cheered at In our earlier years, end contributed to form and deepen our national sympathies, the more shall we aecore that moat desirable of all things, resignation to our exile. The feeling that this coantry is not home, and that the earliest opportunity must be seised to return from whence we came, bu been In a con siderable degree a deterrent Influence fa the pt...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REPRESENTATION OF MINORITIES. (FROM THE SATURDAY REVIEW.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

REPRESENTATION OF MINORI TIES. (FBOH III BATEBDAT BETIBW.) At a moment when Denmark appears to be In danger of melting away under the process of pacification, considerable attention has been suddenly directed to the details of the Danlth Constitution, in consequence of a desi atch written upon the subject by Mr. Lytton on the 1st of Jaly last year, and, with true Foreign-office expedition, juat given to the world. The point ahlch has attracted att< ntlon is the curl out coincidence between the actual electoral law of Denmark (or, rather, the law as it stood last year) and the speculative Reform Bill which Mr. Hare submitted to public discuFgion seme yearn ago. The Dsnisb law is the work of a M. Andim, who is the flist mathemati cian in Denmark. In consequence of certain peculiarities in their foreign relations, the Danes consented in the year 1855, to swept an electoral law at the hands of M. Andre, and, as may be Imagined, it waa a highly symmetrical and mathematical pro...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OPEN COLUMN. SAXBY'S WEATHER PREDICTIONS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

OPEN COLUMN. SAXBY'S WEATHER PREDIC TIONS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIA*. Sir,—In your issue of Saturday last, appeals a letter signed by W. Lockhart Morton, on tbe above subject. I would beg to crave a short apace in your valuable paper to one or two assertions be has thought fit to cast upon Mr. Saxby and his predictions. In tbe first place, after praising Mr. Eliery for the part be bas taken in trying to run down tbe above system, Mi. Morton states that " Mr. Saxby is a very harmless prophet, who is inclined to make a little money on popu lar credulity." 1 deny this altogether; Mr. Saxby has given his theory for the benefit of the world at large, and does not want to make money by tbe transaction, as I can show by a letter I received from him by tbe last maSl. He (Mr. Morton) then states that we do not want to knock our heads together to search the Btars to find out causes of great atmospherical distuibancee. I should like to know where we shall find the canses if they are no...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PROTECTION IN CANADA. (FROM THE S. M. HERALD, NOV. 23.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

PROTECTION IN CANADA. (FROM TRB S, M. BERAU), SOT. 23.) A short time ago we published the Cana dian tariff—though not, aa was erroneously ] staled in Parliament, at the suggestion of the Ministry, and as a feeler to see whether ! such a tariff wonld he popular here! We pointed out how much smaller a revenue was obtained proportioned to the population by the protective tariff of Canada than is ob- | taioed nnder ont tariff. We have before us now the annual blue i hook report of Lord Monck of the affairs of ) the colony for the year 1862, and It contains j some points of interest bearing on our pte smt condition. An instructive analogy often prevails between the circumstances | a; d policy of colonies very remote from each other, and quite uninfluenced by each other, yet acting under the pressure of similar j ibices. Canada has not got out of its financial diffi culties. in spite of its new tariff. It got into those difficulties in consequence of a lavish outlay ou various public work...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOME [?] ON [?]. (FROM THE NEW YORK DAY [?].) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

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Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No. III. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

NO. III. The baneful Influence of protection In Hie United State*, and the separation of the Union into too distinct and antagonistic sections, which was retailing from the system of nhbing the South foe the aggrandiaetnent of the Noifo, did not etoape the attention of the more intelligent and Inquiring English men who visited the United Btatea between the 71 an IfiiQ and 1880. Mr. Feathemton hangh, who traversed the Slave State* In 1B48, give* the following description of the elate of affaire at that time:—" Armies were now raleed, and everything wae prepared for reshtanoe, as much a* If a foreign in vader were about to enter their territory. Such was the indomitable spirit that ap peared to prevail, and the determination not to permit the revenue laws of the United State* to be executed in South Carolina, that if President Jackean, as It was believed he waadiipoeedtodo,had attempted to execute them by force, there is no doubt that a forlorn civil war would have raged in the it ate...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. WHAT PROTECTION HAS DONE FOR THE UNITED STATES. (FROM THE ARGUS.) NO. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

SPIRIT or THE PRESS. WHAT PROTECTION HAS DONE FOR THE UNITED STATES. (FBOM TH1 AEOBS.) NO. JL The fiscal poller of the Federtl Govern Jnt from 1816 to 1828 tended, ti n hew to the spolUtlon end Impoverishment of the Southern States: nnd as the new tariff threatened to aggravate thsoe evil*, end at the same time to lumith the Gorernment Wlth increased means of oamptlon, it no ILei became law than a Solent erosion of X* took Place In the South. At fimt ltwa. honed that the Iniquitous tneoaure might be Sled or nullified bjooMtUuUonal means. The Legislature of South OroUna took the had In the matter. It pawed a eerie* of re solutions In which the principle of unlimited submission to the general OoveromMtwas denied, the Impoeltlonof duties for the pro ♦tcllon of domeetlo manufactures was de nounced as an oppressive riolsVlonof the conslitotlonol compact, and the tight aaa duty of states to Interpose, in their sow reign capacity, for the purpose of nullify, ing or arresting suehunoonstttu...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INSOLVENT COURT. FRIDAY, Nov. 25. (Before W. B. N[?] Esq., Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates.) ADJOURNED THIRD METTING. IN RE GEORGE MILLAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

INSOL^r IO0UBT, F*u>at, Nov. 25. ;, (Before W.B.y^^ft^gdrfOommUilooer Aw&ameb Ttaxw Ifntbto. Ot M MOWW lPIiiB. P/oofof* dd* Uila a*tel» to w* •mount «r cU,InLmm •dulttod on bdhalf of G*«r^Antmijd. Tbo dffioui Mitaot w*d! "The propertfa* if nUftronfUbbjmi tr. waikfit TahfB. ag j udi S wwt #1 ^ . tbat throughout tbe ptoperftlei bare been too bigWj valued, dupniowe bring u&treruHj toplaoe ftuoh vain* on propertlM orgoodj (tt •. tbo can may be) aa would, under more auspi cious circumstances than that or a foroed and piuemptoryeale.be obtained. " The result of the sale ol the stock-in-trade and collection of debts exhibits a marked dis crepancy with the respective amounts of these j Items, as shown by the sohedule. This I cm only account for by the kuowledge that the hooks were not kept by the Insolvent, or the business peisonally superintended by him; and thus be may have been led Into taking a more favourable view of those matters than he otherwise would have done wi...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPECIAL EXAMINATIONS. [?] PATRICK COSTELLO. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

Sfklu. EzAiuainonL UBS PATRICK COSfRLLO. Mr. Taylor appeared on bshalf of the amigntm ▲ *Umm nioed Alex. Doff wMexM&faed, He etated that be lived within a few mile, of Kyneton. Some fourteen or ttfteen yean ego, he had a piece of lend in Swwitoa-emeh Beer Latrooewtreet He sold thli to the la totrent In 18S2. He wa» the Alex. Doff men tioned in the deed of oomriiM. He wee merited on the 8&tb of Jul/, 1811, In Hie church of the Two-mile Puiib, In the ooant; Of Klldere. The examination of thli witneei waeren Mud neceeriiy br the foot thet he.had re fused to miko toe iiD fun to rente the title of the ioeolreat ft valid one. Theuneeting then closed. ... a u raa paonour winrcra.. Thli «u aleo • epeobl eramlpatlno meet ing. Sir Seme Stephen, Kr. W. Stephen, era Mr.O, W*ft«p»Md on MuSTSt OempbeU, who eialmod to baftxeeeptad tepee allied tw Se fofoe wpweeotaHoni of the agent ofthe compear. Mr. W. Bwen opedthat,.eranif^be for exemption had been I, hh equity wai ootr asaiort v ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MATCHES OF THE WEEK. M.C.C. AND GROUND v, RICHMOND. (RETURN MATCH.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

MATCHES OF THE WEEK. M.C.C. AND GROUND *, RICHMOND. (Retuu Match.) Some " bitch " in the arrangments at almost the eleventh honr caused the match which was to have been played on the Stel bouroe ground laet Saturday between the M.C.C. and County of Bonrke to lapse. In this dilemma, and with the view of providing the lovers of the game with a high claw entertainment, the managers of the above ctnfae determined to commence their rotors match. The respective captains (Hewn. Wardill and Wilis) pnWished atieng lists of names, and everything promised well for a dose and exciting contest But ihtswaa not to be. An obstacle intervened, which hat been the chief canae Ot the cricketing dif* appointments we have experienced ibis season, vis, nnfsvonmblo weather. ifldM and cheerless, wet and windy, gnsty andgnshln with aufficient in tervals of freedom from tM , to piodooe a belief that play might eecded wtth, Saturday afternoon wisonsdf tha most miserable we have ever spent on a orlckst-grpund. ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ALL ENGLAND CRICKETERS. THEIR VISITS TO AMERICA AND AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

THE ALL ENG LAND CRICKET ERS. THEIE VISITS TO AMERICA AND AUSTRALIA. It was in the year 1859 that a party of English cricketers first went beyond the shores of their D&tive land in quest of fame, and of those more substantial rewards which have charaiB for the professors of the bat and ball as well as for other men. Hitherto they had travelled season after season "on the home circuit," and few were the districts in Eng land which they l&d not visited. By thoic journeys and by thoir prowess in the cricket field they gained a comfortable and respectable livelihood, but the winter generally absorbed any little store they collected together during the summer, and the commencement of each ensuing season found the majority of thorn out of funds. It was left for a series of oceanic trips to fill the coffers of several of the lending cricketers to on extent which they could not previously hsTe dreamed of, and to gire I hem ample means of making some provision against the tim...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CRICKETING REPORTS OF "THE AUSTRALASIAN." [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

THE CRICKETING REPORTS OF "THE AUSTRALASIAN." Desirous of making The Auetralatian not only as complete a record as possible of cricketing events, but also a safe and reliable authority on all matters pertaining to the game, tbe proprietors have entered into an arrangoment with Mr. Cum to supervise in future (he reports of matches, Ac., which shall appear in this journal, for the purpose of securing technical accuracy. Mr. Catrrs will also answer all questions on tliesnbjsot of cricket addressed to us by correspondente. It is believed that this engagement trill give satisfaction to that laigeoliss interested in cricket, and will enable them to look to these columns with increased oonfldenoe for assistance In any difficulty which may arise on the pnnuit of their favourite sport, whilst to that still larger olaSs who patronise hut do not practice cricket, it is hoped that the reports of -the chief matohes played will be more acceptable after having re ceived tbe critical reviial of so ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INSOLVENCY LAW REFORM. LETTER VI. TO THE HON. JAMES M'CULL[?], CHIEF SECRETARY OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

INSOLVENCY LAW REFORM. Lmn VL TO THB BOS. J AMIS M'COLBOOH, CHIITSIOU tiST or TIOTOIU. Sir,- Id my last letter 1 described the >n In which in • Sootch bsnkruptcy the tra» tee jrrooteded in dividing the stints by too oeaeive dividend* among toe creditors, 1 now propose to explain bow the estate may be wooud-up by compoiitlon, or other funnr of private arrangement, between the buk rapt and hie creditur*. At the tot meeting of the creditor*, the bankrupt may offer a composition of eo much per pound ou alt the debt* due by blm at the date of bit sequestration. Tuft offer mnet be in a written form, and tmut •tate how muoh per ponnd he offer*; it mart name the euretlea or eecuilty tor payment of the compoeitioD, the instalments by which it ii to 1m paid, and provide for the coat* of the bankruptcy. The creditor*, by a majority in number and value (creditor* under £Xt In this "ear, aa in all other cases,counting in value, bnt not in number) may reject ft at once, or they may entertain i...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE VOLUNTEERS. THE VOLUNTEER ARTILLERY, THE ST. KILDA ARTILLERY CORPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

THE VOLUNTEERS. THE VOLUNTEER ARTILLERY, THE ST. KILDA ARTILLERY CORPS. Tho next company we lure to treat of is the St. Kilda Artillery Corps, the compoiititm of ] which is as follows i— I Captains—The Hon. James M'Cullocb and •Jomca Balfour. Assistant-Burgeon—T. T. Van Hemert. Lieutenant—F. T. Sstgood. Scigeants—*D. Chmpbell, *H. Trenehard, •George Turner, 'Edward Batea, and Staff Bergcant Hamel. Corpomlt—"M. B. Heame, *H. Tamer, and •Charlee Milne. Trumpeter—Payne. Total Strength—Officer*, 4; Sergeants, 6; Bank end File, 98—107. ' Those marked * hold at present aoting ap pointment*. Their confirmation at Head Quarters is daily expected. St. Kilda has played a prominent and a -creditable part in the Volunteer morement Of the various districts which, on the oeenr rrnre of the French in ration panic of 1859, proved themselves "ready, aye ready, to meet the storm," St. Kilda was one of the first to take action, and when " grim-risaged war had smoothed his wrinkled front," the efforts ...

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

NEW INSOLVENTS. John Hasten, of Gdiman Golly, storeman. Causes of Insolvency—Loiaee suiMnti by the failure of the NewNoggetty Mining Com pany, of Yandolt: preesoro «f credtim, and falling off in business. Liabilities, £218 lis. 9d.; assets, £68 14s. 2Jd.; deficiency, £169 17s. 6H. Mr, H. 6. 8haw, official assignee. Morell Carlton Brown, of Melbourne, licensed victualler. Causes of Insolvency— ExocsrreC wnt of premlSM, pressure of ore d I tors, sfituro P>"ier a W» ofsale. LlablU ties, mi 2«. Sit f Mseta, : deficiency, £512 2s. 8ld. Mr. Jaoomb, official aijignea. Thomas Donelly, of B chmond, labouwr Causes of insolvency—Imprisonment for debt, and want of employment. Liabilities, £67 18a, 7d.; assets, £2; deficiency, £66 IBs. 7d. Mr. J. Goodman, offiolal assignee. George William Hagley, of Kyneton, con tractor. Liabilities, £1915s.; aesuts, £610a : deficiency, £43 6s. Mr. Courtney, official "claries Clleby, of Bsywood, miner. Causes of insolvency—Loreeslostorekseplng, mining •pecula...

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