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TUESDAY, Nov. 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

Tuhdat, Nov. 29. The stale opening of the Parliamentary session took place to-day. The Legislative Council assembled at tiro o'clock, shortly after which hour His Excel lency the Governor, accompanied fay the Commander of the Forces, and attended by several offioere, entered the chamber. The Legislative Assembly having been sum moned, His Excellency read the following j speech:- j " Mr. President, and Honourable Gentle- j men of the Legislative Council,— " Mr. Speaker, and Gentlemen of the Legislative Assembly,— " It affords me much gratification to meet, thus early alter a general election, the fourth Parliament nnderour new Constitution. It must, I apprehend, be a soutcj of consider able satisfaction to yourselves, and to the community at large, that the past elections bare been almost uniformly conducted with a tempt r and moderation which prove that the constituencies appreciate and know how j to exercise those powers of self-government which tbey now enjoy. " Various important ...

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

TOWfl flEWS. Governor Sir Chorion Darling alteade I Parliament Honsee ou I'ueeday, and form illy inaugurated the new session. Tne han laoue cbambei of the legislative Connoll preeented ou the occasion an unusually Imposing ap pearance. Every place that oiuH afford sitting or standing room was occupied, many of the seats being taken folly ao hour before the time appoint) d for the commencement of the oremony. The greet proportion of the spectators were ladles, who appeared in their gayest attire. The member* of the Legislative Council assembled at two o'clock, shortly after which bonr the Governor entered the House, end took his seat on the dafs. Hie Excellency was accompanied by Mijor-Qeneral Chute, and atfended by a numerous suite. The L> gislatlve Assembly were summoned, and Id due coarse the members of that holy appeared at the her, headed by tbe Speaker, In his state roh?s; the Chief Secretary, who wore the Windsor uniform, and other members of the Ministry. Sir Charles Darli...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DEATH FROM THE EFFECTS OF VIOLENCE. CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

DEATH FitQM THE EFFECTS OF • _ VIOLENCE. OOBONEK'S INQtJESr, ■ Dr. Youl, city coroner, held an ! Saturday, at tbe Melbourne Hospital, apaa the body of Msry Anne Challenger, who died on Thursday. from the effects of brutal III treatment received from a man namel Ste phenson, with whom elie had been living at wife. The evidence taken wis at folio era:— Duncan Stephenson, who was brought from the watcbhouee in custody, stated that he wasaatoreman. He identifieddeoeseed, and stated that ehe hid lived with him as his wife for upwards of ten year*. Her age was twetaty-seven yearn. She had left no children. Henry Oteec, a labourer, dep wed he lodged with Stephenson end the deceased In Bsl larat-street, Carlton. On Satnrdsy night, the 19th Inst, they were all drinking together; witness, at all events, was drunk. They nil went to had. The next morning, at six o'clock, while witness was la the wateretoset In the hack yard, he heard two worn in ootne Into the yard. One said to tbe other, "If y...

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

THE GAZETTE. A FPnnmriKT.—Donald Monro, E»q. (chief clerk. Custom* department), to be ao officer to receive declarations of misters of vrss-ls, under the 44th section of the Post-office Sta tute, 1864, Actibo Riceiteb and Patkasteb. — Thomas Catlile Pl.illolo, tnbs acting receiver and paymaster, Belfast, from the 1st instant, doing the absence on leave of Mr. Nichol son. Pbokotion—Walter Freeman, draftsman, from the fifth to the fonrth class in the Civil Service, attached to the department of Lands and Survey, via George Willi*, deceased, such promotion to date from the 5th I rut. Polliko Places fob Electcoks is the Phtbe or Wabesambool — For the Sotrth Riding—jnnclion of the Woodford and three chain road, Wangoom; for the Etet Biding— Allansford; lor the Norui Maiag—JHexliam. CoNTEicre AocrpTEn.—Extra amonot .?n_ contract. No. 6S-1076. for building goods break vans, £168 6«. I0J, Enoch Chambers; supply of bresdstnffs as required daring the month of December, 1864, on board penal bn...

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

GEELONG WOOL SALES. n»woiiiiiihiHo»aniiy)i owiiin null i* attaudoL and prto« (or ail rtnlimtim tolls ntia UlnadTlleain. O. J. Uonqnaad On. mtilcaaad M» bale* BBdateetopaafdatrfLlM^tlwbatf atvu* «oi|iliaialM7MWhatnaiUi Daimk jl flwn Un. BbaepialM latoaadtraat *4. tell*, ner Utu 11 Idee, So Id. to Mi. |L Tklloir, M. WooL-n^C, rart tela trad. SM.}* 8,1 tUefto*. *14. i «ao Kiwata aaqktoa^ 1 lode Maae* 6*4-;» bakaflaeea* uJaT; bX In ma. I Mail** aid Ubeleew*.U*L;tfcaWa |amav>S£:It R# t-tobSrtujptUb uid-Ttasr4 • Wfcll iiiMtajHiMji.; IlilaliHi

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

MINIMS. SUMMARY OF THE WEEK'S HEWS. •yiie minion npvi ol ft# tat ft# ftj# ta# been iwgn and unimportant The went of | water b becoming mow widely felt, end at gbe bum bine* of course, • want of new ground to afford occupation to the miner# thrown out of employment where the water fail#. The roth to IiUCknow, or Delhi-flat, le not tornlog out at all well, and many bare i left tho ground. The prospectors are setting eev< nor eight pennyweights to the load, be B B DDgget OOCMlODlUy« bllt VCTf fe* Ol j (heclaimB tried appear llkdy to pay. Hole* haye been bottomed in deeper ground, though unsuccessfully, and many are (till eloklng, In tho hope of a better defined lead being found. One nugget, weighing fire ounces, was found by the prospectors in Sbclr claim, but that was bf tar the largest. The Alma United Lead* Company will toon have their machinery up, and great hopes are entertained In the district of thb company being moetsuooeufoL A company ie ^lao projected for working p...

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

MELBOURNE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. The Aaslrafaehn Office, Wednesday Evening. The tin nart markets, tbice the departure of the msll, hfcVcnolimafhiriflUriwJhy uj loitun of •cUviiy, Ibera ha* teen a wcady luxrantiy demand 2 or neailyall descriptionsof goods* in parcelsoflimited extent, and the soft good* trada has shown ooo. •iderahlj UnxvortmcoL. Tbe supplies of foreign flour, wfctefc tare Utterly eon ronrard nay btev, have ' ut of \ (till) Lot lev goMttoni) (unad out of vat? tndificr* rot quality; and the trade ha to fallen bide on South Australian production, which ha* consequently main <*JMd Ua (aioea. Sale* of Udi daaaipuua ana tod^ quoted at £21 to £21 10a. per ton. Guaranteed parcels of Chilian tare been placed at from £18 to £18 10a., and for sound samples of Qslifor nfan £20 b asked. South AumwBan wheat ha* been placed at 8a. fid. per -- -—i AfltlaMff % Horn A defame will, lu aUpcobaMbty, fartbcupaome of theLewcrop.lt U rttfflnflt torn did bow prion will rata. Ih...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE MARKETS. WEDNESDAY, Nov. 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

MELBOURNE MARKETS. WlDSIBDAT. NOV. SOL Itn Mill*.—Floor continue* in )M)r taual in tarotteoT limited extent, lor bosh town and country euppllea Qnmmlom urn—For fine eUk-drmaed flour, £u iua to aS* per too of 2,00Mb.; beta, ia 4d. to ia IA.; |nDu4 la. 10d. to Sapwhatdi entmewl, fiU **Jiirun. mnm^flaUM Heat,—Boef, M. to fld. per lb.; mutton, tyd-toM-do.; real, 7<L to 8d. da; port, fld. to M. da—all amending to quality. Poejuy.—Towlu, fla fld. to 7a fld. par pair; genu. 11a to-16a da ; dueba, 7a to 8a da ; turieeya tla lotm-da; cbaeee, 8d- to 10d- per lb.; ego. la Id. to la 64. par dotes; butter, tot, fld. to la per lb.; bad bd. to lid. tba <lb. kaT; milk, fld. to 7d- per quart. Good corned beef can be furcbaead for fld. per lb., and foroquartoi* of mutton for Id. per lb. liar Maaacr.-lbe euppllea al market hare been cfleaeened amount, but aull ol quite autbrieot extant to tot et Uw raqulmuenu.aud prim* bare conaequestly undertone eeercelj ae^alleeaUon ainoe bat i...

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

TALBOT. (F*OH 00* OWN OOBBEBPOSDIHT.) The Share Market here is still very dull. Tbe prospects of tbe district are on the whole, however, improving. The "Mount" claims are steadily progressing, and It is hoped that ere long every week will enable the reports to wear a more cheerfal aspect. " Pioneers" •have struck some - splendid gold; shares ate eagerly inquired after, but not to be had. £80 have beeu offered and refused, and if the nest washing is as good as tbe last shares will not be parted with under £60. The lest washing was eleven and a half onnoes to twenty loads. The Darling Company washed up fourteen ounces nine pennyweighta; shares in this company also sue held firmly. It is much to be wished that colonial capatalUte would dlreot their attention to this little spot They would find themselves in time amply repaid for any outlay they might make, for that there Is a tichrunot gold under the Mount has now been proved beyond a doubt; it only requires money and time to develop i...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EXPLORATION IN THE CAPE HOWE COUNTRY. DISCOVERY OF A NEW GOLD-FIELD. BOMBALA, N.S.W., Nov. 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

EXPLORATION IN THE CAPE HOWE COUNTRY. DISCOVEEV or A NEW GOLD-FIELD. BOMBALA, NB.W, Not, 14. Under the above beading, a communica tion appeared in your column* a few ireeka ago that vrae sufficiently attractive to induce a few miners to leave Melbourne for the locality indicated—the bead waters of the Delegate and Little Plain Bivere. On land ing at Twofold Bay, I acoompanied a party of via men bound for thla new El Dorado; and ai it ii possible that there are miners in Victoria waiting farther advices from here, I take (hie opportunity of forwarding each in formation as I am in possession of relative to these gold'workings. From Twofold Baythe road traverses for forty-five miles mostly a well-grassed, and everywhere a well-watered, I country to the summit of the pieteau of Uonaro. Fifteen miles thence is the descent j of the range to the town of Bombala, on the river of that name. In this neighbourhood a Ibin capping of conglomerates and quarts gravel reels both upon schistose and ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE GOLD MINES OF NEW CALEDONIA. (SPECIALLY TRANSLATED FROM "LE MONITEUR DE LA MOUVELLE CALEDONIE.") Report addressed by the Engineer of Mines addressed to Mons. the Governor, on his circult through the North-east of New Caledonia. Port de France, August 26, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

THE GOLD MINES OF NEW CALE DONIA. (SPECIALLY TiAHBLATED FROM " LB MOHITEOE OB Li HOPVELLE CALEDONIB.") Bejiort addressed by the Engineer of Mines addressed to JJodb. the Governor, on his circnlt through the North-east of Near Caledonia. Fort de France, August 2d, 1864. Mods, the Governor,—I have the honour to forward to you an account of the result of my explorations in the north of New Caledonia. My business consisted in study lug the earths which had been remarked as auriferous, end to follow their traces so as to determine the limits in which they were to be found. I disembarked at Pouebo on the 1st Feb ruary, 18C4, and I re-em harked at Wagap for Port-de-France on the 24th June of the same year. Between those dates I followed all the coast from the Founerihouen River (Cafpe j Bocage) to the tribe of Nenems, with a visit in these parts to the islands of Pam and Balabio. I crossed the island at Arama, and penetrated into the Interior to Balade, as far as to the tribe of Bonde, ret...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOWN EDITION. SHIPPING. ARRIVED.—DEC. 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

TOWN EDITION. SHIPPING. ARRIVED.—Die. 1. Edir.a, a.*,, BOO tons, John T. Rolls, from Portland SOthulU Passengers—cabin: Mr. and Mrs. M'Pher •on and Mr. Jones. S. G. Hentj, agent, Ur&itls, schooner, 101 tons, Hugh Roberta, from Hobart Town, vlt Taylor's Bay, 2Mb ulL No passen ger*. George l.e« is and Co., agenU. Yarra, ediooncr, 120 t ns, Henry Tullocta, from Newcastle, HS.W. No passengers. B. B. Nicholson and Co., agents. Charles Edward, s.r , 290 tons, IV. T. Browne, from Glpps Land Lakes SOUi ult. Passengers—cabin; Mr. Burey ; and fourteen in the steerage. Hall, Neilley, and Co., agents. Pec. 2. City of Melbourne, A.S.N. Company's s.s., 1,000 tens, David Walker, from Sydney 27th ult Passen gers-saU on : Mr. and Mrs. Norton, child, and ser vant ; Mr. and Mrs. Lalshley, Mrs. Edwards, Mrs. Rowe and Infant, Messrs. Boss, .?. Blaokctt, J. Bennett, White, J. Henderson, Smith, J. Sandy, W, G. Sprigg, D, U, Webb; and sixty-three in the steer age. W. P. White and Co., agents. Antel...

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

MINING MEETINGS. A special general meeting of the Ajax Quaitz-miiiiiig Association was held on Kami-day, at tee offices, Elizabeth-street; Mr. J. Giiffiths in the chair. The attendance of thBreholdtro wae not very numerous. The chairman staled that the returns from the mine had not lately been such as they bad a tight to anticipate. They were still in the unfortunate position of being in debt, without much probability of reducing that debt. Under these circumstances, if the mine were to be worked it would lie at a loss, and it would be for the shareholders to eay bow far that lotB was to extend. Under the deed th -y had the power to issue new shares, but not the power to make any other calls. It would be lor the meeting to consider whether it would be advisable to go under the new act, and thus obtain tbc power to increase fbeir capital. Tbc affairs of the company weie now in the same state as they were on the last report, and they still owed about £2,300. The full working of the ru...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW ZEALAND. MARLBOROUGH.—THE WAIRAU GOLD REEFS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

NEW ZEALAND. MABLBOBOUGH.-THE WAIBAU GOLD BEEFS. The Marlborough Prcts publishes the following letters from its own correspondent, describing the gold reefs lately discovered in the Wairau Valley October 24. In the coarse of a few days the district on the north side of the Wairau Rivet will be duly proclaimed a gold field. I have every reason to believe that the south side will i prove equally auriferous when it onee gets a ' fair trial. Last week 1 visited the two prin cipal reefs now in course of being worked, accompanied by the proprietor of the Water loo Beef—a miner of eleven years'experience, and that principally in reef mining. The Criterion Beef is on the right hand side of the golly, about 1&0 yards up the faoe of the bill. Should it turn out well it has one very great advantage, via., being so near the creek, where there is a sufficient body of water to work a machine. I carefully ex amined the quarts lying about the shaft, which at present is merely bastard quarts...

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

THE MOUNT GREENOCK LEADS. (FROM THK TALBOT LEADER, EOT. 18.) We have bad to watt a long time for Mel bourne speculators to comprehend the rich ness of our elluvial resources, and shall doubtless have to wait a ttill longer period yet before such an influx of foreign capital takes place as to be appreciably felt here. But at the same time it is 6ome comfort to know that we eland a chance, however re mote the period may be, of being assisted fiom witbont in the task of developing the inormous wealth which lies buried beneath tbe Monnt Greenock Plains. By ourselves, or rather our own resources, we are inca pable, for mBny years to come at all events, of thoroughly opening up these plains and working them In that efficient manner I which is so desirable. Much has been done by tbe inhabitants of Talbot and the neigh bourhood to asrist tbe miners of Mount Greenock in the task they have undertaken, bnt much remains to be done before the plains will be thoroughly tested, and to do I this it...

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

TO TBS SOITOB OS TBS Btr,—Id the note on orchids In your valu able paper it is stated that no epiphytal specie* ir known togrow nearer than the ranges of Apollo Bay—and there, only one. I believe I have seen two In this district. I sm sorry I em unable to say WithoonEdence that they inn orchids, but such I si om set them down for when X ut them. Certain it is that, while on a shooting excursion among the TerrictTenick Ranges, and on the great plains which earronnd them, dating the -Christmas of 18C2, I found two species of epiphytal plants in fell bloom, and really beautiful they wore. One with thick buochei of delicate pink flowers was growing on thebaic among the giaolte ranges; the other—and I think rather the prettier of the two, with clusters of deep red dowers—I found on the margin of a great swamp, which lies east ot Mount Hope. It was growing on a tsw which was as new to me aa the lovely parasite it nourished. What particularly a truck my attention was the apparent adaptatio...

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

ANGLING EN VICTORIA. THE GRAYLING. The Grayling^ better known u the Term or freehwater herring, and Identical with the freshwater nnlfat of the Rumanian rivers, baa lately been restored to It* right place and denomination among fishes. It la the Tff nudhu Aiutralii, of the noble family of the talmtmidK, and of the earns gentle with its European nametake, Ttyvuliut adgarit, It is the only freeh water mine that we have pn Australasia, and aa each possesses a peculiar interest, both for the naturalist and the angler. In its character and habile It re sembles very closely its well-known English congtner: and the fisherman who has cast a fly in the Yorkshire Wharfs, the Shropshire Teme, or the Hampshire Test, will at onoe recognise our beautiful little Yam fish for a true grayling. The genus T^yntallut, or " thjmy," so failed from the odour of the fish when caught, fa believed not to be indi genous to England, hut to have been intro duced by the monks from Italy in the Middle Ages. It ha...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NOTES ON THE FAUNA OF VICTORIA, WITH THE AUSTRALIAN ALLIANCES. No. IV. THE PERAMELIDAE, OR PERAMELES FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

NOTES ON THE FAUNA OF VICTORIA, WITH THE AUS TRALIAN ALLIANCES. No. IV. THE PERUCELEDJ5, OR FS&1VEIE8 FAKILV. This rather numerous family ia so called from ptra, a pooch, and meter a badger, and locludea the " bandicoots" of the colo nists. They are for the most of smatl size, bardly equalling in bulk the English hare, and are mostly insectivorous, if we except the "bandicoot" of Tasmania, which bur rows in the ground, and is said to feed on roots. This is a very widely extended family in several of its members, as in theptramtltt obttula and datyurut Gtoffroyi, found in widely separated parts of the Australian con tinent. hesembling the hangarooa In the j strength of the bind foot, Mr. Waterhouse notes that theperamelida may be readily dis tinguished from all other marsupials by the number of their incisor teetb, of wbicb there j are ten in the upper and six in the lower jaw. In no other Australian mammal are there more than eight incisors in the npper jaw. Ten of these tee...

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

THE LAJTD BILL. A copy of the bill now before Parliament to amend the Land Act of 1862 is published in a Enpplement to this day's Argut. The following is a statement of the leading principles ot the measure 1. Free selection after survey in proclaimed areas in white and bine, without distinc tion.* 2. Selector to have the right to select from 40 to640 acres, in one or more allotments, at £1 per acre. 8. To hold as lessee for Ore years at 2s. per acre, payable half-yearly, in advance. 4. To make improvements within two years ef the value ot £1 per acre. The improve ments are defined to be—Colli vation, fencing, clearing, draining, making dams or reservoirs, erection of habitable dwellingp, form or other bnildinge. 6. No assignment to be allowed within one year; and not then until improvements are effected, 6. Disputes as to the valne of improvements between the Board of Land and IVorks and the selector, to be determined by arbitration. 7. At the expiration of a year, and after making...

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

CC0NT8Y NEWS. '1 be bo iy of a man, unknown, »m found enily IhM Ku k floating iu tbe Black's liiver near Wainnmb ml. Iij his trousers were two cheques, lirnwn by Neil Black and cM.-l* bouiLe, fir £10 each; a jCl iiote, anJ4». CI. In nlvir. Tbe dates aud name of the party to whose favour tbe cheques wtro drawn were obliterated. The body when found was tied 1 by tLe legs, ar.d it was evident the hands had b«n tied also, but the fastening had broken asunder. It is supposed the deceased, while in a state of tump, rary iusmity, must have tftd bis feet and bauds together, and jumped j into the river. The Hamilton Spectator says that pleuro pneumonia is still raging among the stations of tlmt dlstiict. We bBve received two dayB' later dat e from Sydney. The Sydney Homing Herald of the 26tb, writing on the subject of free selec tion, says:—"The payment by the free tehctors of their overdue balances is just now a matter of more financial interest to tbe country than we ever thought it would ...

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