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WILLS AND REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 October 1892

WILLS AND BKQUESTS. An application in relation to the ostate of tho late Mr. J. B. Watson, of Bondigo, was made to Mr. Justico Hood in the Practice Court on 16th Sopt. The applicants wero the trustees, Wm. Cftin.J. B. Watson, jun., and M. D. M'Eaoharn. It was stated that the Southern Cross Hotel, in Bourke-street, which belongs to tho estate, was in a dilapidated condition and needed rebuild, ing. In faot an inspeotor of polioe had informed tho trustees that unless the hotel were rebuilt before the next annual licensing meeting the granting of a renewal of tho licenoe would be opposed. It would bo for the benefit of the estate to put up a new hotel, together with a oouplo of shops, on tho site of the present premises. The ocoupant of the hotel, ,whJr.was;p'ayirig'™£500 a year- .renjy' 'was' 'will-, ing., to surrender his 'lease,' 'which : did. not expire : until June,- 1895, and ''.tp pay a rental of £624 for the newlhotol, whilst '£10$- a year might be expected: from enbh' of the s...

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

r~jF LOHSE'S . fJMAIGldCKCrlEN ^^^- LILY OF TH€ VALLEY - ^sJSki PERFUME ' Bi^TOJLETSdAP @^uS!2^5.'sl anV*' mottfasljionoble in tfce world. 7*ufcr'-Z7Z Sold by oil Ijiglj class lerfumWB. -b~aai«^GUSTAV LOHSE.berun. SAVArt'S CUCAUWINE, Concontrnted, annlj-sed, and standardised ; the boBtJtnsToiiATivE Tonic Dottles, 4/- and 7/-. * CASCARA - HAWLEY. This '.tasteless Laxntivo for Ladies and Cliildron'oiires Consti pation. Boxos, l/IJaiid4/0. SAVAR'S CUBEB CIGARETTES? always roliovo Catarrh and Asthma. Boxes, 1/- and 2/6. All Choriiifits. ..;'.- ' S:AVAK£SSE'SSo'^Sfi'-'w SANDAL WOOD; OIL EfTicnclous from tho purity of fll^njftlll I' ft ?theOilandtlidsuperiorltyoftho IjArNIII FS organic mombrdnoovorGelatino. **?*? -.wwUI-** Savaresse's Pure Copaibal Capsules, as. 6d. g»e»» Box; ? Dr I,aville?s Liqlidr Gf & I*ills ? (Perfectly harmless) rUiJ I sPecm^ ^^ %0. ' ? FOB CUHE OF & RHEUMATISM THE I.IQUOK to be used in acute state * THE PILLS in - Uie Chronical state Sold by all Che...

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

Cold Medal, Health Exhibition, London. Highest Award, Adelaide, 1887, and EXTRACT rROM Melbourne. 1888. EXTRACT FROM ? PRIVATE 1ETTER. ? PRIVATE LETTER. 'Really I ^^*^^^a^SSSala^a^^^*^^ 'If every ? consider ^^*^^a^amMWm\wr^^^^awaw^^tkWM^^^^^. ' Mother* that, hu- ^^^ammW^mY^aW WM ^^^^Bk^k^^^ knew of its- manly ^^kaW^aW ^k wM m\—WM i^s^sW^^k^^. value, no ?peak inc. ? ^SZaaW^ :^a\ \ ? \\\\\\\W ^LV ^^Vk&W other would: 'Bengeivs \SZaWWW ^aWWW ? Wr^m a^MWaW aW% W^ka^^. be used.' kood' en- -jZ^^^mv ^^m\ V ? ™ ? ammw ^ A-^^^v — ?irely^aayed J0^^jmm£.- i^H ^.^m^t^L.^^ M ^mY^Tm^%London four other V^k. ^^L.^^^^PI^i^P^i|H^K.i^[^m ^mWW Record! well known -V^^. ^W MaaTaW ** ^aVf~/^a\ ^^taWW V mWw says:— 'It- Poods, but V^^ .^flafl m m ? m ? ? BkS^LW^ .^rw is retained! in tUiB nor- V^^L^^flBSSH —iB I M I I B WmBSaWWaaaaawW when all! rible cli- VBMHWfSH HH& * .maW. .aaW JKSaaTWaaaaWjF other Foods mate he vBJ!iMMliSB3s^iBBBi^l^BBt^MBs^i^iMHs'B»'»M^jr aTe reject could digest A — — ^^—...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LADIES' COLUMN. SOME PRETTY PINAFORES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 October 1892

THE LADIES' COLUMN. , , SOME - PltETTY PINAFORES. Pinafores are suoli necassary articles that motheis of young children arc always. glad of a new, model,. and withu litblotastotheso essen tially .useful garments may be made ? really dressy and ornamental. ' Of course, discretion must be .exercised in tho choioo of styles, for as in all departments of. dress it, is desirable that the, ;model should be soleotcd. with a jview(* to suiting tho wearer. For instance a full flowing pinafore has a charmingly gracoful effect on a slim, fairy like child, while tho effect of tho samo garment is terrible on a stout awkward looking girl with angainly limbs, and no waist in parti cular. Our first model is of . this description, and is a pretty style for children ranging from 2 to 8 years of age. It may bo made in' a variety of . materials, looking equally well in diaper, catnbrio or a pretty print, while it Sb moat dressy an plain or spotted muslin with a ' yoke of lace or fine embroidery. . The ...

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

FASHIONABLE BODICES. The Empire style of bodice will be very popu: larthis season for washing materials, delaines, soft silks and other thin fabrics. Our illustra tions this week give three of the prettiest model?, which . can ;be considerably varied according to ? taste. A lining bodice is first fitted in the case of our^ first model, then the full' front of spotted or fancy material gathered on to it round the neok along the shoulder and under part of the arm holo, wlnlo tho lowor odge is gathered and drawn up to the a'uo of the lining, to which it is firmly fastened! ' The full baok gathers at the neok, along the shoulder, niid also at the lower edge. The bodioqtiastons down the front under neath the fulness, , while' the' neok is finished with a band oollar. , The Empire waistband is in two parts,'1 baok rind fron?, the upper and lower edgoH of whioli Are h'ommod, then either gathered at enoh side or' else folded in pleats ?' round the b'oilico, tho bnok'and riglit front boing,,...

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

'?..\ TASMANIA, j; Complaints are made that Whirlpool Reach,' i in the Tamar, is still unmarked, except by a , buoy; and that it is dangerous to navigation by night.'*-''-' ?'?'*. ?' ?' ' ?' i-1:'~ ? ?- ? ???? ? The Government state that they intend to tax wealth before going to the customs, but as the scheme of retrenchment is not yet perfected they do not intend dealing with taxation at pre sent. They intend reduoing the salary of every, officer receiving Government pay. ' ' In pursuance of retrenchment, the Govern-' ment propose to close the country technical! sohools, the attendance not warranting the ex pense. There is likely to be a change in the curriculum, as Ministers consider the technical sohools are developing into a snrt of superior night school. The little son of Dr. Hallowes, while playing with his stater on 2nd Sept. took a revolver from under his father's pillow, and fired at her. The bullet entered the back of the girl's head, coining out over the right eye. Three ...

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

HOSPITAL SUNDAY. The committee of management of the Hospital Saturday and Sunday movement presented their report for 1891 to a meeting of the promoters* on Sept. 15, in Melbourne Town Hall. The total amount of collections for 1891 was £9407 2s. 6d., being £1841 2s. 9d. less than the preceding year. There was a balanoe from 1890 of £1408 11s. lid., thus making a total for tho year of £10,815 14s. 5d. The collections on Hospital Saturday amounted to £2677 13s. 9-1., whilst the total for the Sunday collections was £6729 8a. 9il. From tbis fund the committee have paid ns fol lows : — Melbourne Hospital , £3072 13s. 8il. ; Alfred Hospital, £1111 18s. 2d.; Benevolent Asylum, £640 8s. lid.; Women's Hospital, £1084 12s. Id.; Hospital for Sick Children, £942 9.1. 5(1.; Ryo and Enr Hospital, £438 Is. 9(1.; Honueopnthic liospitil. £553 7s. 2-1.; .Austin Hospital for Incurables, £646 Is. 7cl.; Immi grants' Aid Society, £267 7s. 3d.; Collinewood Free Dispensary, £100; Richmond Frco Dispensary, £...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
JUPITER'S FIFTH SATELLITE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 October 1892

JUPITER'S FIFTH SATELLITE. Mr. R. L. J. Ellery, Government Astronomer, .writes to uaas follows :— Among tlib European telegrams a few days ago appeared a paragraph' stating that a fifth satellite of Jupiter had been discovered at the Liok Observatory. Since then (on the 13th) a cypher message was received at this observatory from the Central Astronomioal Bureau at Kiel officially announcing the 'dis- covery by Barnard at the Lick Observatory on the 12th instant of the fifth satellite of Jupiter, 13th magnitude,' but no particulars. The reported discovery was so unexpected that the newspaper telegram was- regarded as re quiring confirmation. The Kiel telegram, how ever, appears to give this confirmation, although further* particulars are anxiously looked for. The four known satellites of Jupiter were dwT covered by Galileo in 1610, and were'-, tho first great revelation of his then recently made tele scope, and' probably the first oooasion of the actual disoovery of heavenly bodies. ...

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

QUEENSLAND. The will of the late A. E. Bulmore, of Ips wioh, has beoh proved at £41,000. The railways of the colony show a net in crease for August of £17,000, as compared with August last year. The sum of .£60 has been collected towards sending a Queensland rifle team to Sydney to take part in the intercolonial contest. A paper has been found tied to a tree in the Tate River district with following written on it: — 'lam lost these last seven days. Am going east up the river. I cannot go much further. George Frost,' The police are searoh ing. In reply to a letter from the Postmaster General at Melbourne, requesting the Govern ment to reconsider their determination not to join the oable subsidy, the Postmaster General at Biisbane has written stating that they see no reason to abandon the position the colony has maintained in this matter. Mr. Robert Adair, who reoently died at Roma, bequeathed £1000 to Londonderry Infir mary, and £250 to the Brisbane branch of tho Viotoria Masonio Lod...

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

WEST AUSTRALIA. Captain Hughes, of the ill fated barque Laira'' from New: Zealand; was* skilled on! 5th ' Sept.-1 through a load of timber falling upon him. . r- News from the Murohison atatea it that Murray's party have struck a. reef , at , Lake Austin, and got 300 bis. 'of gold' the, first 'day.' 4000 oz. of gold have been exported 'from' Goraldton since July.-. .;;?.-.. .i -. :--ii; :?- \n-r. :-??-', .f Parliament meets on 2nd November. -- The. session will probably be a short ono, and the members will be 'called together about June next Only six months' ' supplies will be asked for, as the financial year in future is'to close on 30th June. ';..'.??...-.-!..-. ,,;-... .-:; ' .!-.: .-r ;-.-;??:-:? -.-

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

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. : A return giving the proportion of electors on the roll to the number of adult males shows that for last year the figures were 68.331 and 77,223 respectively. The captain and crew of the barque Claymore, an old. trader to Port Adelaide, returned by the Bhundara on 4th Sept. TheClaymore was con demned in Calcutta and sold for £200. She was built at Leith in 1858. : Mr. J. H. Angas, M.L.C., has promised to pro vido funds for the erection of a building in con nection with the Children's Hospital for tho tteatment of infectious diseases, the cost of: whioh will probably be about £4000. Details were laid before the Assemblv on 20th Sept. showing the cost of commissions. Since, October last eight have sat, the total expenses being £4559. From the opening of the present Parliament up to date the cost of commissions has been £16,953. A comparison between the number of children attending the State schools during the first half of 1891 and that of 1892 shows that there has b...

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

IIV INDISPUTABLE ? 1 1 IL^EVIDENCE j| ?I ^^ .. |: of ?-?????' |! I SUPERIORITY 1 1 B DR. REDWOOD, Ph.D., F.C.S., F.I.C., | f IP J | |B§ 'My analytical and practical experience of | y ?% 'PEARS' SOAP now extends over a very j ft ImPI 'lengthened period — nearly fifty years— ^ -y !?% 'during which time \ w\ III 'I have never come across another | / 1 ?I 'TOILET SOAP which so closely || Ik 'realises my ideal of perfection ; | /A ?« ' its purity is such that it may be used with \ *jA\ ?» 'perfect confidence upon the tenderest and \ (jj\ |||- 'most sensitive skin-EVEN THAT OF A \ Wy\ 11^ 'NEW BORN BABE. k V/\ ...- — ??? ? - ? - ? ?? ? i By Special Warrants of Appointment to all the Royal and Imperial Courts of Europe. 1Re6fem j COWES, ISLE OF WIGHT, ENGLAND. GOWNS, COATS, WRAPS, HATS. Immediately on receipt of letter or cablegram full sets of patterns, with sketches and ? / . estimate?, will be sent post free from ' The Colonial Order Department, COWES, ISLE OF WIGHT, ENGLAND, Where new ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ARRIVAL OF A CHINA TRADER.— CHINESE PASSENGERS AT THE CUSTOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 October 1892

ARRIVAL OF A CHINA TRADER.— CHINESE PASSENGERS AT THE CUS TOMS. It is generally known that under the act deal ing with the admission of Chinese to this colony it^isjinoumbent jupon^tho captain ]of every vessel arriving from tho Flowoiy Land to parade his Mongolian passengers for inspection and cross examination by the officials of the Customs department. Tlio steamer Guthrie, which reached port on Monday last from Hong Kong, brought 11 OliineBe passengers, 4 of wuom she was permitted to land in aooordanoe with the tonnage provision of the aot, while 4 others whoso naturalisation papers were approved were also received. The remaining' 3 presented papord also, but us they did not tally with the descriptions given therein, ? and were unable to satisfactorily answor questions whioh any China man who had evor spent ft day in Melbourne would be able to roply to, they were put on board tho ship, thence to be taken to Tasmania, whore it appears they originally booked for. Tho examination wa...

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

BALLARAT SKETCHES. Ballarat for many y'earB was acknowledged to bo tho principal gold field, and, next to Mel bourue, the most important centro of population in Victoria — unrivalled in the romance und wonders of its historical associations, its opulenco and the .beauty of its surroundings, Uh public buildings* and institutions, and t'oc the enteipriso and industrial activity of its inhabi ' tants. Its prosperity, however, for' some time has fluctuated ; many of the. old identities ha^e gravitated to Beudigo or ? Melbourno, ' while its prestige has mainly depended upon Bpusmodic revivals in mining of brief duration. ' Neverthe lcsit,''Ballurat must always command a leading ' position amongst inland1 cities.- Although the alluvial diggings are worked out, or neatly so, and the quartz foimations have yet to be pioved extensive and permanent,- yet the neighboring districts are! fertile and suitable for the cultiva tion of crops and pastoral pursuits generally. It Btundts at au elevatio...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHO ARE YOU? [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 October 1892

WHO ARE YOU ? In this sketoh tho artist has faithfully deline ated an incident no doubt very familiar to many of our readers. The drawing shows a group of horses enjoying a spell at grass, attentively scanning a ' new paddock mate. The -varied phases of inquiry, distrust and caution are accurately represented, and each animal appears unmistakably to be propounding the query regarding tho stranger —Who are you ?

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MURIEL WATERFALLS. THIS MURIEL WATERFALLS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 October 1892

THE MURIEL ' WATERFALLS. (Feom Photo, bt James Parks, Hokitika.) THE MURIEL WATERFALLS. In tho county of AVeatland, on the west coast of the South Island of New Zealand, there is a; large area of unexplored country, chiofly . lying at the baso of Mount Cook. Recently a party. combined for the purposes of iirospeoting and photographing, reached tho head waters of tho River Waiho, find then ondoavored to find tho source of the Kellery, one of the branches of.the Waiho. From an account of their journey, which has kindly. been placed at our disposal, we loam that the 'party bad to travel over Mount Mueller, the termination of a spur of the Southern Alps. This mountain is ajittle over 3000 fbet high} and is oonncctcd with the range by a succession of narrow ragged ridges and peaks. :??? During the climb the expedition had splondid, views of the groat Franz Josoph glaoier, a field of ice rosombling a stormy ocean which had suddenly been potrified, the great swelling waves oven now appeari...

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

ROYAL HUMANE SOCIETY. The monthly meeting of the general oourt of direotors of the Royal Humane Society of Aus tralasia was held at Selbbrne-chambers on 21st Sept. ; Mr.' Geo. Anderson in the ohair. The caretaker reported the injury of a life buoy at the Glen Iris railway bridge, and that the buoys'- opposite Hawthorn Crook and on Johnston-street bridge are missing. The police reported' that the '.buoy on the ICbrfcrd-road jetty, Albert ; Park, ' is ? missing. They were order to be replaced, and the oourt desire that the public beappealed to through the press to assist in. preserving these, valuable life saving appliances, distributed fur. tho publio good. AWARDS. Out of the . cases considered tho following awards were ' mado : — Gold Medal.— William Rogers, of Eaglehawk, a minor, aged 25 yoars, who rescued Sampson Dray, of sumo place, a minor, aged 42 years, from being killed by tho explosion of four charges of gelatine at the bottom of a shaft, on tho 30th August, 1892. Air. Willi...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE PARSON'S VISIT TO A QUEENSLAND STATION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 October 1892

! THJB) PARSON'! VISIT TO (A QUBBtfSfcAtfn STATION, '.,

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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