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THIRD DAY.—FRIDAY. THE TOWN PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

Tbied Day.—Feieay. THE TOWy FL4TE. 0. K., 6 jrt, 9st 41b 1 Jew, 4 yn, 7st. 101b. 2 Priii com, 4 yn, Set. 41b 3 THE PEIKCB or WALES1 SELLIKQ STAKES. Ida 1 Sanger 2 THE C0H80LAH0N STAKES. Princeea 1 Ben Lomond 2 Kerosene ... - 3 THE FOBCSD HABDICAP. Young Martin Sunbeam

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

ACCLIMATISATION. BALLAKAT. Tlic ffcrit*ry of the Billarat Accli matisation Society submitted, 011 bdhalf of the committee of that body, a pro position to the We6tern Borough Coun cil, at its meeting on Monday, to hand over the whole of the property, consisting of aviary, bird?, &c., to the borough council, and to amalgamate a portion of the committee with the Botanic Garden Committee. The pioposition was agreed to by the council.

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

Sbcosd Dat.—Tettebdav. tax BCBDia k1ce, Of SO soto. For all horses. Welter weights for sge. Orer eight leaps, four feet high. One event. Twice round the course. Won by Highflyer easily. THE TRUZi STAKES, Of 60 sots. For all two-year-olds. Weight, 7st. 61b. One event. Three-quarters of a mile. Nightshade ... " ... ... 1 Georgiana 2

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

TASMANIA. By the Black Swam naTfl Ta5man,an papers to ibe 23rd Inst. The Ifobarl Town Heronry, of that date, 6ays" The salmon, or rather the parr, at oar breeding establish ment on the Plenty have now found their way into the large pond prepared for their reception below tbe batching boxes, and are progressing iu a highly satisfactory manner. During the last fortnight they have fed eagerly, and hare perceptibly increased in alee, though their growth, up to the present time, has not been so rapid as that of the tront. For tbe trout, a serpeutine pond, nerenty yards long, raryiog from ten to twelve feet in width, and haling into the ronnd clearing pond, has been constructed. Tbe npper part of this serpentine pond con sists of a series of shallow gravelly rapids, with here and there a few larger stones. The trout evidently apprt ciate the arrangements made for them, as in fine weathei a few are constantly to be seen darting off the rapids to tbe friendly belter of the larger stouee. Ma...

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

MAURITIUS. By the Saxonia, which came in a few days ago from Pott Louis, a very valuable collection has arrived for the Acclimatisation Society, consisting of several birds, acd a case of plants, presented by His Excellency Sir Henry Baikly; two Madagascar sheep (out of eix placid on boaid), by Mr. Weihe, jun. A number of gouramier were also placed on board, butuufortuuately died, in consequence of the inclemency ot the weather to the southward.

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

A STUANGE FISH. The following letter appears in The Timet:— Sir,—The arrival of that remarkable and valuable fish the Silurus glanis in England is a fact northj of being made known to the public. It is more than 100 rears since any new fish ling been acclimatised in England, and a very much longer period since any fish of equal value has been brought into this country to be acclimatised ; indeed, it is a question whether any animal since, perhaps, the introduction of the turkey, has been brought here likely to equal the silurus in importance. One of the greatest wants hitherto felt in this country has been a good pond or lake fish, that might be turned to actual account, in order that the huge wastes of water with which our islands abound might be profitably stocked and em ployed. This want the silurus seems likely to meet *, indeed, it is almost the only fish we could hare procured which could meet it. Growing to an euormous sue, eren to 2001b. or 3001b. in weight, where space and ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE COURTS. SUPREME COURT. SITTINGS IN BANCO IN HILARY TERM. OLF COURT-HOUSE.—THURSDAY, Nov. 24. (Before their Honours Chief Justice Stawell, Mr. Justice Barry, and Mr. Justice Williams) ADMISSION TO THE BAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

THE COURTS, SUPREME COURT. filTTINGa IN BANCO IN HILARY TERM. Old Courthouse.—Thursday, Nov. '24. (Before their Honours Chief Justice Stawell, Mr. Justice Barry, and Mr. Justioo Wil liams ) ADMISSION TO TBS BAR. On the motion oi Mr. Fellows, the Court admitted l'ctcr Stereuson Davis, Esq.. bir ritUr-at law, of Lincoln's Iun, Loadou, to practise at the bar of Victoria. rjOMHEU V. CLKVE. Mr. Fellows obtained a rule for a nonsuit or new trial on points reserved at tho tri tl. He cittd farina t>. Home, 16 M. & W.; Jit.owUt r. UortfaV, 6 B. & Aid., 134; 1'ear* - t! roy, 3 East., 93: Gumming V. Broun, 9 East., 614; and Barrow v. Colt, 3 Camp., 92; 1 8. L. Cas., 662; Spear v, Cameron, 4 Camp. THE QUEEN V. HOOFER. _ A special care, staled by Mr. Justice Bsbrt as follows "The prisoner was informed against for forging a cheque upou the Colonial Bank: also lor uttering. The cheque was as fol lows:—'No. August, 1861. TheColonial Bank of Australasia. Pay or bearer fifteen poun...

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

RACES TO COME. Decembee. 8, 9—Smytheadale, Browns, and Oarnglienj Bacea. 14, IS—Bendigo Bacee. 21, 22—Hamilton Baoea. 26, 27—Wood end Bacea. 27,28—Yeckandandah Baoea. 29, 30—Bmniliolme Bacea. Jabvabt. 2, 3—Beaufort Bacea. 5, 6—Portland BaCea 17,18,19—Canterbury (8. Z.) Champion Meeting. 22, 23—Oeelong Baeea. 24, 2S—Wangaratta Bacea. FkbbcabV. 1, 2—Talbot Bacea. 2, 3—Wahgunjah Baeea. 9,10,11—Chilbem Baoea. 16,17—Dayleeford Baeea. 14,16, 16—Iannecaton (V.D.L) Champion Baeea. 23,24—Creawick Baeea. 23, 24, 25—Beeohworth Baeea. Uabch. 10,11—Melbourne Autumn Baeea. 16,17,18—Albury (N.8.W.) Baoea.

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

ANSWERS TO CORRESPON DENTS. " Eerae."—Brownlock did not win * rice at two jean old. He was beaten three time* at diet age by Mr. Bathe'a bl. o. Pnkenham, by Birdcatcher,—in the Jookey Olub Sapling Slakes, in Ibe Goelong Sapling Stakes, and in the Trial Stakes in Hie Turfdub Summer Meeting. But at three yean old, he turned the tables upon Pakenhtm in the Jookey Club Derby and in the Turf Club Derby, besides winning the Maiden Plate at the VJ.C. meeting with the greatest ease. The best time made in the two-year-Old races above referred to was on the oooasion of Pakenbem's first defeat of Brownlook, at the V..1.C. Spring Meeting—three-quarters of a mile in lmin. 27<ec. " Qckex A*nb."—Prinoe node Eryx, and JIarlow Tan Tromp. Lord Eglinton w as first master of each. Harlow was not generally considered a first class jockey, but lie was always thought an honest and careful rider; he was perfectly reliable,—he would do bis best, and moreover be won a greatminy good stakes for his...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DERBY SWEEPS AND TURF LOTTERIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

DERBY SWEEPS AND TURF LOTTERIES. Thirty year* ago, to apeak within per tonal recolleotion, it vu common at many good inns in town and oonntry, especially if the usual company and eattomere at all affected sporting or horsey tastes, to bare once « year what wai called a Derby sweepstakes, subsequently for abbreviation'* sake styled a Derby aweep. The arrangement consisted of too .tome number of subscribers a* there ware horses entered for the Derby J>*ying each a sweepstake* of one sovereign, some timea a guinea, seldom more or lea* than one of these antni. This little sporting affair was commonly announoed for three month*, often longer, before toe oere mony of " the drawing," which naually took place about ia mouth-before the race. There were prise* tor flrsthorso, for aeoocd, for toito t and . wiongat toe other starter* a snm was . dirided'iwhich generally returnedtheir Stake to their proprietors. hut it to well-known details tojthating reference to a recent doubted, the „ Betw...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DATES OF ENTRIES, &c., FOR COMING EVENTS. DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

DATES OF ENTRIES, Ac., FOR COMING EVENTS. DiCXITBEK. 5 (Monday). Entriea for Smytheadab Baeea. 9 (Friday). Entriee for Bendigo Baeea. 12 (Monday). Nomination) for Wangaratta Handicap and St. Eeger. 20 (Tuieday).. Nomination! for Beechworth Handicap. Jmm. 2 (Monday). Further payments for Wanga ratta Stree' StaVee. 3. (Tucaday). Nominations for Geelong Criterion Handicap and Stoeplochne. 10 (Tneaday). Aooeptonoe* for Wangaratta Handicap 8L lager. 12. (Thunday^. Bntriea for Geelong Baoes. Fesxcaxt. 1 (Wednaaday). Second payments for Ade laide Cop. 1 (Wednaaday). Entriea for Innnceaton Champion Bace 8 (Wednaaday). Acceptances for Beech worth Handicap. 9 (Thunder). Entriea for Laonceaton Cham pion Meeting.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PROVINCIAL TURF. ST. ARNAUD RACES. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24TH AND 25TH. (FROM THE ST. ARNAUD MERCURY.) FIRST DAY—THURSDAY. THE MAIDEN PLATE, Of 20 sovs. Entrance, 2 sovs. One mile. Heats. Weight for age. For home that have never won an advertised race exceeding 15 sovs. in value. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

PROVINCIAL TURF. ST. ARNAUD BACES. Thueedat asd Fbidat, Koveiibeb 24th AKD 25th. (fbox the bt. arhaud wsicuBr.) Flebi Bay—Tbvbbdat. THE MAIDEX PLATE, Of SO aovs. Entrance, 2 »0V|. One mile. Heata. Weight for age. For home that hare never won jan advertiied raoe exceeding 16 tort, in value. Mr. Bowe's b m Quakeress, aged ... 1 X Mr. Hlru'i b g Bainbow, aged ... 2 0 Mr. Stevenson's b m Iris 6 yrs. Mr. leelie'ab f Flirt, 8 yn - " " -ifia Mr. M'Menemy'e b i Mix We* 3 yr». In the Srlt beat Bainboir jumped off with the lead, cloeely followed by Quakeress, who Cied him when near home. In the second t Irit took the lead, fbllowid by MtasWeas, who at one time seemed likely to come in a winner: but when about half round, Quakeress came up and passed the pair, winning easily. tax axnuaii oobktv ruxB, Of 40 sots. Entrance 4 eon. Two miles. Weight for age. For all hones the ho*d fide property, for six months previous, of persons resident, or ratepayers, within the county. Mr. Donald's hr g Selim...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ADVICE TO PURCHASERS OF HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

A33VICE mi^HASERSOF • •••' ~ - " HOt thrown on the lame ]eg j but when they ere lame behind, the action (although not so per ceptible) it reverted; they throw up weir heed • little when the tonnd leg ootriee to the ground, end deplete it when the lame leg propels lite body ; end the motion of the lame leg- b slow, while the round one it jetted quickly forward to sustain'toe weight. When both lore lost ere equally tender (which it hot uncommon in groggy homes) h it more diffioult to judge of ha notion—it a not uneven, end the limp it wot perceptible i but lie steps thort end feelingly, and with » general appear mice of contraction. Dubonnet detlen et fain end auctions retort to a aobemo by which groggy ltmeneta in one leg b diaguued by making the action even. It a known in vnrioui {arte by tho dang terma of dbmarding, bean* lrig, balancing, or wedging. Another trick of ibeee ruffians, resorted to to oonoeal lameness, - or to giro an appearance of energy to the : sluggard or worn-out ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OLD COURT-HOUSE.—MONDAY, Nov. 28. (Before their Honours Chief Justice Stawell. Mr. Justice Barry, and Mr. Justice Williams.) TATHAM, MANAGER OF THE PRINCE OF WALES COMPANT (LIMITED), APPELLANT, V.. M'GILL AND OTHERS, RESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

Old Coubt-hocul—Mondat. Nov. 28. JBefore their Honoon Chief Jastloe St*well. Mr. Jastioe Bury, end Mr. Justioe Wil li tme.) TATHAM, MANAGES OP THE PRINCE OP WALES COMPANT (LIMITED), APPELLAKT, V. M'OILL AND OTHERS, RESPONDENTS. A special cue stated by the Judge of the Court of Mines at Ballsrst, under the Gold fitlds Act, No. 70, for the opinion of the Supreme Court The Prinoe of Wales Company, by their manager, Tatham, lodged a complaint before the warden against MtHll and others, for an encroachment npon the claims of the com pany, at Gobbler's head, near Sebastopol, which they " held possession of, and were entitled to occnpy, at the time of the making of the said encroachment, and do still possess and are entitled to occnpy." The warden heard the complain', fonnd that "no en croachment had been made on the claim of the complainants by the defendants;" and he "adjudged the aame accordingly.' Against thie decision the complainants be low appealed to the Co art of Mines. When the a...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OLD COURT-HOUSE.—FRIDAY, Nov. 25. (Before their Honours Chief Justice Stawell, Mr. Justice Barry, and Mr. Justice Williams.) in [?] T. S. COPE. ESQ., JUDGE. EX PARTE [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

Old Cobrt-hocbe.—Friday, Nov. 25. (Before their Honours Chief Jus Hoe Sttwell, Hr. Justice Barry, and Mr. Justice Wil liams.) I BT BE T. S. COPE. ESQ., JUDGE. EX PABTB - Mr. Billing obtained a rule nth for a man damtu to the judge of tbe Court of Mines at Berehwortb, to hear an appeal in tbe com plaint of M'KaJtr and ol/uri v. Haywvd and otiieri before a warden. BODGKtXgOX V. CLOCGH. Mr. Ibxlakd, for tue defendant, obtained a rule nut to Bet aside an order made by Mr. Jnet ice Barry, on a summons before him for leave to appeal to tbe Privy Council from a decision of tbe full Court, refusing a rule niti j for a nonsuit, and granting it only for a new trial on terms. FELLOWS V. THE BOABD OT LitfD AKD WOBKS. A BPecial case, stated by the parties under tbe Common Law Practice Act, without pleading!-', be follows:— " The defendants caused notice to be given, in accordance with tbe Act 21 Vic., No. 69, sec. S, and in compliance with that notice, the plaintiff being the owner of a messuage...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?]TTINGS IN EQUITY, &c., ON A THURSDAY IN TERM. (Before his Honour Mr, Justice Mo[?]) IN THE MATTER OF NICHOLAS CHADWICK, AS ALLEGED [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

ftirraas xk xguirr, ov a mursdat ih tool (Before bis Honour Mr, Jostioe Molafworth) Dl TBS MAITK* or MCHOLAB CBADW1CK, AS ianiTia Mr. W'obthisoto* moved far a oommiaelon to inquire Into tbe alleged lunacy of one Nlcholar Chad wick, • cattle-station owner, whom two attacki of paralysi* of thebralo had rendered inaano. According to the affidavit* of a centieman who bad been Mr. Chad wick'* solicitor for a oooaidcrable aeries of jean, and of Dra. Yonl and Motherwell, it appaamd that the ante tun ate (abject of the application had been attacked with paralpei* of the brain at Sand hunt, in July tut Be had partially to covered, when, utlii againatthe advice of hie medical attendant*, he peniitod In going to Sydney and devoting himwdf to boauieM. The consequence wMAieeond attack, which left Mm—according to medical opinion—an incorabh lunatic. . Tbe Corar granted tbe application, and appointed Mr. Bonny commissioner. The inquiry wee fixed to take place nt the Port PhlllpHotel, on Tuesday ne...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OLD COURT-HOUSE.—THESDAYM Nov. 29. (Before their Honours Chief Justice Stewell, Mr. Justice Barry, and Mr. Justice Williams.) CO[?]KILL (APPELLANT) v. JONES (RESPONDENT). [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

Qui Cocbt-hoose.—Tuesdat, Nov. (Before their Honour* Chief Jaetioe Stewell, Mr. Jostioe Bury, and Mr. Justice Williims.) OOBKIXX UPFEILUf) V. JOKES (aESFOKDIHr). A case for tbe opinion of the Ooutt, stated, nntler the act No. 159, by tbe polioe magistrate at Ballamt, ta brought by tbe defendant ia a plaint for work and tab mr. Jon« sued Oork hlll, as manager of tbe Wallaby Oold-mlnlng Company (registered), for £128a., for cartage of machinery to the defendant's claim at Daylee ford. Another person hail, in fact, been paid in full. The questions before the magir irate were— whether a contract had been made with the plaintiff; whether each a contract had been made between the plaintiff and the defendant personally, or at manager of hit company; and whether, if made for the com pany, the company conld be thus aoed hy it* manager. The magistrate held that the woik had been done for the oompany, and that the oompany was liable, and he gave judgement for the complainant. The com pany appe...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?] IN EQUITY. NEW COURT HOUSE.—FRIDAY, Nov. 25. (Before his Honour Mr. Justice Molesworth.) JONES (HUSBAND) V. JONES (WIFE). [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

•nroro* w *Quirt. Niw Oocbt hodbe.—Fbidbt, Nov. 25. (Before bis Honour Mr. Jut Ice Jfoleswjrtb.) joins tsusMWO *. roan (win). An «pp»orttwi mm toe and eecUoaof fhit Divorae Am for sulnfcefiABoe erf* thfl respondent™ Infant chfld-Aeolt far diaala tioa of nutlin mm pending, and already niimonj had been ranted. .. to bcrsMo Iw iaooRMt w a* to proridefor tl>e child. Xbo petitioner ,«a* a miner at Bailarat, and 'att WIlbmnoe.inM no mote ^«iti xi per-wedu4 -'AP*- <•■■■■ Mr. Ann*, lot the petitioner, oppoied the application, beoanao do aaawtenaooe eotud be decreed by the Ooort without fundi to which the Infant vN ootUled. or fondi that originally belonged to the mother, and went to the hoibud by ncht of marriage. Mom-' orw, Una* contended that the.child bad' bean bom thirteen month* alter cohabit a tiop. Hit Hokoub decided -that be had raUJari*. dlctioo to make the order, but then waa no avidenoe aa to whatwould lie a eoffloienoy. Jio pre rent ex penea he jropld, on epecafati...

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

NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. If oar Milcern-liill oorreBpondrat will forward (be tale to which her uote refers, we shall be better able to judge whether her request can be complied with.

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

SAXBVS DAYS. 1864.—December.—6, IS, 20, 27. 1866.—January,—3,9,10, 24, SO. [The 29th end 30th may prore a reiy troublesome period, with very high tide on the 29th.] „ Februair.—6, 13, 20, 26. „ March.—5,12, 19, 26 to 28. [March 25th to 28lh will be a dan gerous period, with high tide.] NJB.—If the day marked prore calm and still, distrust the day after, and especially the second day after.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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