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MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24. (Before the Mayor, Mr. Start, P.M., Mr. Hackett, P.M. Aldermen Smith, and Mr. [?] Hart, J.P.) COUNTERF[?] TRADE MARKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. Thuwdat, Novembeb 21 (Before the Mayor, Mr. Start, P.M., Mr. Hacfcntt P.M. Aldermen Smith, ana Mr. HrnHHart, j7P) 00U5TXBFHTXD TEAM MABEB Moeee I* Woolf and Hymon U. Woolf were eommoned before the Court oa three oeptrato charges (I), ot neglecting to comply with *u order of the Bench, calling upon them to \ enpply fall Information of tire none sod el dien of the perron from whom they par chased eighteen cam of Moot which they i •old 00 the 28td Septanber to one Lewis Bee- I jam in; ©, of fonuoe or counterfeiting: the trade mark or IsM ticket of Heary white end Alfred White, which denoted the stoat manufactured try the mid Mean. White, with Intent to defraud, against the term of the etetote; (S). of veiling oertain caeee of atoat on the 23ra of September, bearing forged or contertelted trade nukr of the oold Keen*. White, which they (the defendants) then knee to he forged or counterfeited. Mr. C. A. Smyth appeared to proaiettte; Mr. Dawson for the defendant*. ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PROVINCIAL SPORTS. PIGEON SHOOTING MATCH AT BROWNS. (FROM THE [?].) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

PROVINCIAL SPOBTS. PIGEON BHOOTING HATCH AT ' BBOWNfi. ' {tsom tbi wrrrnsroit* i&natafcanj ijifi »dre t«4fUce*tthe ... - fnlWmdM tot. lki«Mltet »ty#,t»dttie»port« dww out A. —.. ft*.ifcttint natoh, »l*o fir# fir tt# Mottid. IbeMombf of Mmui. Htotoa, Earner,«nd Ooxon, was terj good. The mult of each event wu asfollows . A sweepstake of 10b., with £1 added. The first mini out. , lease Harrison ... 1110 James Pony 10 George Ooxon 1111 George Turner ... 0 John lee 10 George Williamson... 10 The second event tree a sweepstakes of 10*., with £2 added. First mias out. Harrison ... < ... 111111 Tumor Ooxon Walton 'Ooxon The stale mi divided. 111111 110 111111 111111

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
YACKANDANDAH RACES. THE YACKANDANDAH JOCKEY CLUB HANDICAP, With a sweep of 3 sovs., with 100 sovs, added, for all horses, to be handicapped by the stewards or whom they may appoint, second horse to receive the sweep; 2½ miles, Weights to be declared on the 22nd November; acceptances to be sent with 3 sovs., and a sweep of 3 sovs., on or before 6th December. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

YACKANDANDAH RACES. the YMXtXDJLSDiS foasxr club HAOTIC1P, With b sweep of 3 sots., with 100 sots, added, for all horses, to be handicapped by the stewards or whom they may appoint, second horse to reoeiTe the sweep; 2£ miles. Weights to be declared on the 22nd Novem ber ; acceptances to be sent with 3 eors., and a sweep of 3 sots., on or before 6th Decem ber. The following were the nominations on Tuesday night:— Mr. Porter's b m Catherine Hayes Mr. Bigelow"a b g Botber'em Mr, BotteriU'a b g Albury Mr. Bowler's b m Sweetlips Mr. Darby's eh g Chancellor Mr. Eeighren'a b g Playboy Mr. Shadforth'a ch g lawyer. THE PTBUCaSB' FTBSE. Mr. Porter's b m Catherine Hayes Mr. Porter's ch g Tammerock Mr. Porter's b g Creole Mr. Bigelow's bg Bother'em Mr. Botterill's b g Albury Mr. Bowler's b m Sweetlips Mr. Darin's b g Barrister Mr. Keiehran'e b g Dayboy Mr. Shaoforth's ch g Lawyer Mr. Bowler's b m Princess ' Mr. Mitchell's ch g Steersman Mr. Thomson's br g Haifeaway. To be run on the 27th Decem...

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

HOWLONG RACES. Tlic following are the weighte for the How long Handicap:— at. lb. Chancellor ... 9 4 Alboiy Sunbeam New Chum Lottery ... Canister 8 6 8 6 9 4 8 8 8 4

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MATCHES FOR THE MONTH. [Corrections of or additions to the subjoined list are respectfully invited.] To-Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

MATCHES FOR THE MONTH. [Corrections of or additions to the subjoined list are respectfully invited.] To-Day. M.C.C. v. Richmond (return match), at Melbourne. R.C.C. Second Eleven v. South Yarra, at Richmond. East Melbourne v. South Melbouruo, at East Melbourne. Do. (second elevens), at South Park. Etncrald-hill v. Malvern-hill, at Emerald-hill. St. Rilda v. North Melbourne, at North Mel bourne. St. Eilda v. Hawthorn (second elevens), at St Kilda. Royal Talk v. Faultuc-r Park, at South Yarra. Civil S» trice v. Colliogwood Commercial, at Civil Service ground. Younghusband and Co. v. lYatson and Sons. L. Stevenson and Sons v. Banks Brothers, Bell, and Co. SaTEBDAT THE IOtH. M.C.C. v. South Melbourne, at Melbourne. Do. (second elevens) at South Park. Richmond v. Emerald-bill, at Richmond. Richmond Second Eleven v. Eastern.hill First, on Eastern-hill ground. Civil 6eivice v. Collingwood Commercial, at Civil Service ground. Alexandra v. Fawkner Park, at South Yarra. East Melbourne v. Malv...

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

CRiCKET. REPLIES TO CORRESPONDENTS. " A. Z., Melbourne."—Ye6; the match com menced last Saturday, between the First Elevens of the Melbourne and Richmond Clubs will be played out. 11 Qcebist."—The " no-ball" counts a run, but the batsman is out.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AQUATICS. LAKE LEARMONTH REGATTA. (ABRIDGED FROM THE BALLARAT STAR.) FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

AQUATICS. LAKE LEABMONTH REGATTA. lABUDaim idoii toe bixluat btib.) Fnuur, Novjsmbeh 2g. ' The lieu-month annual regatta took place on Friday, and it reaulted, all tilings considered, : ai euoceeafhlly aa its moet sanguine prqjeotore could have anticipated. The weather, especially during the fore part of the day, *n» all that could be derived, a fine nouUi-weeterly breeco bloving sufficiently strong to taat the sailing qualities of the boots and the seamanship or i the crews. In Ballmt, the Merit* seemed all the rage, and from nine o'clock tn the morning until noon the oarmen, coaohmen, &o., knit their Mhicks running along the atreets in , quest of pesnngen. About On hour and a ; hslTa riflte was sufficient to uoootapliih thh. Journey, the dlstanoe being only thirteen miles,' unfile jyeat bulk of tho visitors Hod therefore arrived before the first race commenced. The eight of the lake itself (to those who had not eeen it before) must have been almost recom pense enough for (...

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

SPORTING LAW. Cboqvet ik Obakoe&t.—On the 25th of August a suit was heard before Vioo-Ohan* cellor Kindettlcy, the vacation judge at South ampton. It nu instituted bj Captain Kayne Be&, the well-known author of manj popular Indian novels, against the Sari of Sssor and Wm Emily Faithfall (the Earl's pubUaher), to protect the plaintiff's oopyright in his recent work on "Croquet*" noticed in our columns tome time beck. The bill gives some aooountof the introduction into England of thie national game, and of the extraordinary development which has einoe been accomplished in its science end rule*. It appear, from the etate menta of the bill that the plaintiff's work, of which he is the sole author and copyright pro prietor, wee published for him in the latter part of laat year by Mr. Skeet, of King Wil liam-street, Charing-cross; that until then mere short printed instructions had been sold in eccopipaniment and explanation of the game, aud that owing to the poverty and v...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEWS OF TOWN AND COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

NEWS OF TOWN AND COUNTRY. The firet match for the season of the Mel bourne Bowling Club came off at three p.tn. on Wednesday, on the gronuda adjoining Chapel-street Station, when a large number of members and their friends were present. The members of the club having challenged the directors to a time-match, the sixteen players were placed In the following mannerDirectors, rink No.1— Mr.. A. C. Fox, Mr. F. Laugwill, the Hon. M. Hervey, and Mr. J. Campbell, 19. Members, rink No. I- Mr. Fishley, Mr. Cowie, Mr. Buckley, and Mr. James C. Robertson, 22. Tne play in No. 1 rink commenced all in favour of the directors, and continued uutil they stood 15 to 13 for tbt ir opponents, when an end of six shots in favour of members completely changed the fortunes of the dty, and within a few minutes of the termination the game stood 19 each, and closed at 22 for members, and 19 for directors. Rink No. 2 was ar ranged as followsDirectors—Mr. Gemmell, Mr. Butters, Mr. Dyer, and Mr. Millar, 11 Membe...

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

Fbidat, Dec i Mr. M'Leixak moved for a return of all applications made by pastoral tenants far the sanction of the Board of Land and Works to the fencing in of their runs, and the com dittoes on which any snch sanction had been given. The motion was carried without oppo sition. Mr. Cabpesteb moved for a classified return of all mining accidents since lSTl. The lion, member said he submitted the motion, in order that legislation might take place on the suhjc-ct. Mr. Giluss objected to the ordering of retains which could not be supplied without great expense, and which, when supplied, would be utterly useless. The House could legislate on the subject without the re turns. After some discussion,the motion wat nega tived without a division. Bit. Edtush moved for leave to bring in a bill to repeal the Terra Pollution Preven tion Act, bat withdrew the motion on befog assured by Mr. Francis that it was his inten tion to take the sense of the House on the subject. Mr. Sdwskdb proposed the a...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, DEC. 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. (Continued from page C.) Thursday, Dec. 1. The SrEAKKB auriounced the receipt of a j petition from Mr. Thomas Parsons, one of the candidates for Blchmond at the late election, alleging certain irregularities at such election, ana praying that it may be declared void. In answer to Ur. Thomson, Mr. FitAM'is elated that no official reply bad been received to the address from the Legislature to the Home authorities, for the j establishment in Victoria of a national mint, bat there was rcaBon to believe that the re quest had been favourably entertained. In reply to tbe same boo. member, Mr. Gbakt observed that two of the com missioners appointed to devise a scheme for carrying off the storm-water of tbe Yana were now engaged in a survey of the river, and bb soon as their supplementary report I was in the hands of the Government, it would be placed on tbe table, and the intentions of | Government on the subject would be made | known. In answer...

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

COMMERCIAL. Thursday Eret.inc. Business in the import markets continues very quiet, and no disposition whatever is eviuctd to purchase beyond the extent of im mediate requirements. Hams of most pre ferred brands are of fair sale in parcels of limited size. Good samples of colonial oats are in inquiry, and sustain yesterday's quota tions. I he country demand for small parcels of Adelaide door is tolerably brisk; prices, however, are barely sustained. Guaranteed Chilian flour bas been placed at £18 per ton. S.uth Australian wheat is wanted, and ar rivals of tbe new crop, which in all proba bility will be to hand next week, wilt find ready sale at fair market pi ices. Kero sene oil still ettrccs attention, and sales of Dowtier B braLd to the extent of 1,000 cas s arc reported at from 53. CI. to 6s. 7d. per gallon. A parcel of tobacco, consisting chiefly of prime Southirn twist, was offered for sale by auction to-day; bat the trade evinced bat li'tle incli nation to purchase to any exte...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SECOND DAY.—THURSDAY, DEC. 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

Secosd Dat.—Tucbsdat, Dec. 1. Tbere was t -I In r a fuller cud for the second day V racing, and consequently there I was a larger attendance and more speculation than on Wednesday. The course wee (till hard, no rain having lallen, aa had been ex pected during the previous night. The weather remained hue throughout Thurs day afternoon, and until after the tacee, although the clouds were threatening overhead. The public conveyances to the coarse were mercile&ly over-crowded, and, the tariff of ci urges being high, the owners and driven must have made a great harvest. The Royal Hotel, tire head quarters of the turf In the district, the George, and all the other good hotels in the town were crowded from Monday and Tuesday, and the large incoming of visitors caused Ballarat to wear an unusually gay appearance. The places of public amusement were well pa tronised, and although (he general disposition seemed to favour the "merry and wise" policy, the town hud somewhat the appearano...

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

BALLARAT TURF CLUB RACES. (raou OUS SPECIAL RSrOBTEB.) Stewards — Missis. C. W. Sberard, N. M'Leod, Walter Craig, W. J. Paris, It Walsh, ] E. J. Brsyton, and W. Leonard. Judge- -Mr. I Carver. Starter--Mr. B. Hepburn. Clerk'Of | the Course -Mr. Mytrv. Fibb* DaT.—"Wednesday, Nov. 80. The eleventh year of the Ballarat race meeting commenced to-day on the ti« coarse in Dowllng Forest, nndei highly favour able drcumstsnoes. For somo time previous thtre had been almost as much looal enthusiasm shown as In former years, when racing tn these parts had the addi tional charm of novelty. Doubtless there I were a good many present to-day on the contra who "assisted" at the tint race I gathering here In 1854, when the diggers I betted In nuggets, and 8. Patrick and Bam 1 Waldock were the heroes of the campaign, i Lottery, a great cross country performer also here and then adding another to bis long Una of steeplechase victories. At that time the "grand stand," or what did duty for a stand, was p...

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

TASMANIA. TBS BOTAL 80GIEIT. the monthly meeting »t tiobart Town, on the8th inst,» present *u received from HisKxorileucy.tbe Oorernorof 100 aeedUng olives, andtninobeone of three varieties of ollvee, froth Adelsdde. In reference to the olive pUntiL'tbe necrttary (Dr. Agnew) re marked that HiaExorilenoy, from his know ledge of tbe soli and climate required fay the olive, h«d fotSfa^'tbe opinion tbatlteboold. , , to the Governor of Sonth AnetmUn (Sir Dominiek Daly), to request him to obtain for tie each cuttings, Ac., u might be required to enable ae to teet tie growth.. Sir Dominiek in the klndeet manner promptly complied with the request, and In tending the plants, forwarded also the following letter from the gentleman who hod furnished them. « Bnndleotreet, July 38,1864. «Dear Sir Dominiek,—! feel quite at a lote to offer any observations upon tbe cul ture of the olive which ooald present any thing new to eo teamed a body ae tbe Boval Society of Tasmania. Tbe only thing which it s...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PROGRESS OF NATIVE INDUSTRY. (FROM THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, NOV. 14.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

PROGRESS OF NATIVE INDUS TRY. (VBOX THE 6TDHKY XOBBIKtMBnULD, BOV. 14.) The manufacturing industry of the colony le still in its infancy, bat eome branches of it, growing natarally ont of the pastoral, agri cultural, mining, and commercial operations of the colonists, have got a fair footing. There are 180 mills for grinding and dress ing grain. Of theee, 129 are steam mills, 20 are driven by water, 18 are windmills, and 18 are worked by horse-power. Thirty-three of these mills are in the pastoral districts. In the year 1860 tire number of mills was 168, since which date the number has con tinuously declined. The number of establishments or machines which are classed under the head of manu factories or works in the old settled districts is 1,668, of which only 823 are in Sydney, and in the pastoral districts 1,768. Bat un der this beading is included the following miscellaneous assortment Connected with agriculture:—Tobacco factories, steam bake ries, reaping and thrashing machines,...

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

INTERCOLONIAL. NEW SOUTH WALES. Tbe BafhtttH TMii glveistbe following pto tlcnlar* oonoernlog the surrender of Dun leavy, one of the New Sooth Welee bush ranger*;!—" It appears that ;the Bar. D. H'Gulnn, Oathollo priest of Oatooar, hav ing beat for e long time amidaouily la bouring to discover the whereabouts of the tenlble gang of marauders which Bell commends, in order that he might have an opportunity of exhorting them to detdrf from their lawless career, met Don* leavy in a wild portion of the bosh. After a good deal of petseversncetnd good ad vice, Dan Icavy was indnoed to promise that he would retire from the 'read/and deliver himself up to Justice. Aooordiogly.be left the gang, and Father Mthiinn, meeting blm again, ener getically impressed upon him the necessity of surrendering, which he ultimately did, at the rev, gentleman's redden oe, on Wednesday morning lest. The Bar. D. M'Qntnn made Immediate preparation for the young bush ranger's ooaveysnoe into Bathnrst. Starting at...

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

NEWS OF THE WEEK. Much doubts prevtil* u to whether the • jread field day With which the new year ie to" w ushered in ihell take place on Seturdey, the 8lit of December, or Monday, the 2nd of Janu ary. At present, the probability seems that Monday will be chosen. If all goes well, the Volunteer Assembly Bell which has been talked of will be held on the craning of the review day, or of the day after. Mrniiters here intimated their intention of submitting the report on our defences, prepared by Commodore Wiseman and Colonel Warde, HJJ, to Parliament on the first oonrenient opportunity. In the meantime we leant that the Government, some months ago, applied for a Uobkehip, to be heavily armed with guns, of which the colony was to pay one half of the coat, Bince thai, information baring been receired that the admiralty are disposing of a Urge number of wooden ressels which ate capable of being plated and otherwise turned to amount, Bis Excellency has forwarded a dispatch urgently applyin...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WAGGA WAGGA RACES. FIRST DAY.—WEDNESDAY. THE MURRUMBIDGEE ST. LEGER, Of 60 sovs. For all three-year-olds. Weight, [?]. 71b. One erent. One mile and a half. Mares and geldings allowed [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

WAGGA WAGGA RACES. fibbt oat^—wx»ren>it. the mmmasaisf*. xxoeb, Of 60eor». For all three-year-olda. Weight, Set. 71b. One erenfc. One mile end a half. Hares end geldings allowed 31b. Young Martin ..; ... 1 Ben Lomond ... ... . 2 Botabelle ... 8 the smiss' rossE, Of 100 sots. For ill horses. Weight for age. One event. Two miles. Sunbeam 1 Kerosene ... ... 2 THS BACK BACZ, Of 15 sots. For all hacks. Weight for age. Heats, once round the course. Wait-a-while ... 1

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SECOND DAY.—FRIDAY. THE ST. ARNAUD HANDICAP, Of 40 sovs. Entrence, 4 sovs. Distance, three miles. To be handicapped by the stewards, or any person they may appoint. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

sfiooyo da*,—fw»a*. YM tr. iuucp BixiHfur, Mr J _ Mr. Bmith'rbmJ Mr. Mr ofthr a» MntHutrtn* of Scabs' «MM Mj&* * I <ru»rt«r of* oulOi wlMWddr'hitln^laeto j W&MiSIW^mw i w h*W. I!i« *imw io be wild for £26. The surplus, if any, logoto the race fond. Mr. Jones's gg .Woodp#k«V«giil ... 1 Mr. M'Monciny Vbf MaiWasp,8 yi*.... 2 Mr. Ledjcfe b f g Woodpecler kw>t together for about half rpundthenouiae, when the old horse forged nhe*d,andeiwe in an easy winner, * lirt fer Ipsdbe.iinr. Screwdriver osme to the post, but never started. The winner wai bought in for £2S 10s. The Consolation Stales was won by Bain bow, beating' Flirt, Sorewdriver, and Whale bone. -

Publication Title: Australasian, The
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