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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 5 November 1892

Gold Modal, Healtb Exhibition, London. Highest Award, Adelaide, 1887, and EXTRACT FROM Moltoourne, 1888. JHESE2E1 13SSL P . II V ATE LETTER. . ? PRIVATE LETTER. that hu ^^B^IiM^^r^^il^^i^^^ knew of its S? »' n i v ^^Mt^T^, W * W ?k.^P^w. value, no ^«\kin/ ^^8^^^ ^ ? ^^K ^m^^^^±. other would apeak ing, . ^^^m^- ^^^K - ? IbbbbbbbT -^^IbW ^^^IMbcW. - hn used ' Food' en- JUm^^^L. ^^^L. V ? -™ ? ? ?bbbbbW ^^ .^^^^fc». , Z tlrely saved ? jfimT ^^ ^^^ V M. ' -;jr» ''^W' ^ ^^TZ^^W London baby's life. /^^ ^ J^ ^^^ ^^bnHrtlBBBBBBBBte# M aaaH § W Jfedfcai ' IJV.!1111'1 ^ii' V^faaaflHil tafl I I | I V ?^iHBy other Foods mate he .-^^^^^M^^^^^^^fl^P^^^l^y^Hi^^K^ are» tt&eot' _.couid digest ?--?i55SH55555555^255555^^^^^s-''»»'^''«'»» .??**? tuW^a'* 'OR INFANTS, OHIX.DRXN »nd INVAX.ID& the ? Sin. Tho Moat Delloloua, Nutritive and Digestible. ? ger.' Heli Retail In Tins, 1b. 6d., 2a. od. and 6s.. of Ohemlsta, Ac, Everwhere. and fatten^ F. B. BHNQKa and Oo. Ltd,, Ottar Wotka, Manchest...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BELLE BRANDON. A CUP STORY. CHAPTER I.—ACCEPTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 5 November 1892

BELLE BRANDON. . A OUP STORY. Bv R. P. Whitworth and W. A. Windas. Chaitek I. — Acceptances. Tli a late Marcus Clarke once said that the key note, so to speak, of the Australian bush was a certain wend nielanoholy, and oertainly such is ? the impression it is apt to produce on a sensitive mi ud, even in the daytime, and in the full glare of sunlight. But it has long been . tho' practice of other writers, more or less (esthetic, or pre sumably uo, to go further than .this, and to declare oracularly that in Australia,, uo far as natural beauty, of scenery is concerned, nil, from Dan to Boersueba,' 'is desolation ; that, in short, ugliness and sterile uniformity is not only the predominating, but the solo, feature. Perhaps, compared with some other parts of the world, more favored in this respect, Aus tralian scenery may lack that gorgeous coloring, that grace and harmony of form, and that charming variety that go so far to enchant the artistic eye, and may appear dull and tamo by cont...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUMMARY OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 5 November 1892

SUMMARY OF NEWS. There are in New Zealand some 167,000 male adults. Of these, between 26,000 and 27,000 pay property- tax, and^ about the same number pay land and inoome tax. There is a great demand for native bearskins. The skins ultimately are shipped to Russia principally, where they are used for clothing — coats, vests and bed clothing. Dr. Embling, M.L.O., is of 'opinion from his experience that tho youth of this colony are most temperate, and better able to .take oare of themselves than any other he has known. John Brennan, living with his son-in-law, Miohael Rom il ton at Wyoheproof, died re cently, aged 104. He was healthy almost to the time of his death, except for the feeble ness of old age. An aunt of deceased died a few yeais ago, aged 110. The construction of the new line from War racknabeal to Beulah is progressing rapidly under Mr. Parry, the engineer in charge. Five miles of rails has been laid, and the engineer expoots to complete the whole distanoe of 21 miles in 3...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER II.—SQUARING THE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 5 November 1892

Chapter II.— Squauing the Rack.. The house of Risdon was an old, large and somewhat ramshackle . weatherboard building pleasantly situated on the slope of a little bill, 'high enough to be boyond the reach of the flood waters whioh carrio down the Dargo in wet seasons. The run consisted of over 11,000 acres of fair cattle country, but understocked, and generally running to seed from neglect, and a somewhat shiftless and happy-go-luoky stylo of management. Captain, or more properly Lieutenant, Qeorge Brandon, for his captaincy was of the usual brevet rank, was a retired naval officer, a younger sou of a good, but not wealthy family, having but little money of his own . beyoud. his half pay. A legaoy loft to his wifet had, how ever, . given, him sufficient funds to purchase a commission in a marching regiment for his only son, and, on becoming a widower,' 'to ? come out . to Australia with ? his {daughter, Isabel, then a little girl of six years old, and to settle down in Gippsland as...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER III.—THE FAVORITE WlNS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 5 November 1892

Ohaptku III. — Thus Favomtk Wins. Aunt Rose was well named,, for 'red as a rose was she.' She was s a widow, fair, fat and forty, comfortably jointured,' good tempered, and living in her own roomy and well auuointed house at St. Kilda. She need, not have been a widow any time these four years past (Uncle Harper— a solicitor in good practice— had gouo to a higher court five years before),' but who preferred independence, aud, besides, she was no fool. 'No, ray dear, 'she would say to her confidantes, ' it's my. money they want, not me. When I meet with a man who loves me for myself alone, perhaps I may, but until then, no thank you. ' \ Aunt Rose had no ahildren of her own, but as 'she was very fond of young folks, she generally. had one or two nice girls staying with heron a visit, and it was with much satisfaction that sho acquiesced in her brother Georgo'n pro posal that Isabel should' come down and stay with her a few weeks, satisfaction en hanced by| the ' fact of its being near...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER IV.—SETTLING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 5 November 1892

ChapterTV. — Settling Day. - - Charles Forrester and .'his wife passed on quietly, leaving Macphail impotent with astonish ment and rage..,, But the inoident, had been wit nessed by a number of persons, to whom the old man wns known, and in less time than would' bo deemed: possible,' the story, or various and vary ing editions of it, were in oiroulation all over the .course;; .Nobody knew the exaot meaning of the occurrence, * b'ut; several ?shrewd guesses , were hnznrdod, nnd they passed current for tho truth. Of the oompleto discomfiture of Maophail, the millionaire,' there was no doubt and, as he had very few, if any, friends, he gob thoroughly laughed at. -'- - .How, had it .come about ? That -.was- what puzzled him, unless Captain iJrandon had de ceiver! and sold him. If so, he would have a deep anil bitter revengo for the fraud practised on him. Even while ho thought thus,' the very gentle- ' man himself camo un and stood before hint. ' What's this I hear people talking about ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STATUES TO AUSTRALIAN EXPLORERS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 5 November 1892

STATUES TO 'AUSTRALIAN EXPLORERS.1 A' statue of -Sir ' Thomas Mitchell ' has .been ' plaoed in position in one of the niches tin .the main front of the Sydney-Lands Office, facing Bridge-street: It is the work of Mr. W. ;P. Macintosh,' sculptor, of Forest. Lodge, and is considered 'an ' excellent 'piece of carving. ? Sir Thomas Mitchell was at the time of his arrival in Australia, in 1827, a major in the Rifle Bri gade. He afterwards succeeded the,' first Surveyor- General of the colony, Mr. Ox ley; and was subsequently knighted on the completion of his survey of the Laohlan and Murray. Rivers. ? In the statue the' Surveyor-General is repre sented as firmly posed, clad in semi-military uniform,' with forage cap, sash and riding boots, the costume he. generally wore in tho; field. A field glass is held in one . hand '. and the other, hand is extended as if giving directions. 'At his feet on the left side is a map bearing the dates which embrace his official career, 1831-51. Sir Thoma...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A FAMOUS OLD STUD. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 5 November 1892

A FAMOUS OLD STUD. ' Within, half a. dozen miles of Molboiirne'lies on estate. the name of which will 'over occupy a foremost plaoo in connection with' the history of the Australian- turf, a spot most dear to tho' memories of thoao whose experiences date back to the sixties, a lovely undulating piece' of ''country the natural beauty ., of ? which could, hardly bo. exaggerated ? in the wildest rhapsody; of poetical effulgence,-- or i! by the most skilful application of the artist's brush, The. Maribyrnong state, , upon which were .bred and roarod many of tho greatest ? horsea that the Australian turf has known, rests. .. at thp.prese.nt time in soli tilde ;' the broken * walls of the old roofless house are now remindful in appearance .'of thoao time honored landmarks whjch form part of so many old English country soenea. Tho original stables inwhich equine-kings and , queens vwerq \orjee'' located, have, like', the homestoad, passed into a state of dooay, and the newer range of perfe...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE VICTORIA RACING CLUB SPRING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 5 November 1892

THE VICTORIA RACING CLUB SPRING .Vi/'W ,:;;::, MEETING. The annual, spring racing carnival was opened at' Flemlugton on 29th Oct. Very heavy rain fell early in the morning, and the weather was Btill rather uncertain when afternoon came on, and this had a prejudicial effect on the number of visitors to the course, though the attendance was very fair. Happily the rain held off, and the afternoon 'a sport proved very enjoyable. Besides Lord and Lady Hopetoun and their suites, Lord Jersey (New South- Wales) and Lord and Lady Kintore (South Australia) witnessed the racing, in. whioh they, evidently took a keen interest; There were, besides, many prominent visitors from the principal cities throughout the colonies. ' . . Punctuality is ' one of the greatest of the many and widely known virtues of the V.R.O., and it is therefore almost unnecessary to men tion that the candidates for the Maiden Plate, . which most appropriately opens the spring meeting, were on that stretch of grassy sward ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MR. ASQUITH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 5 November 1892

MR. ASQUITH. The new Home Seoretary is a product of Nonconformity, and of the west riding of York shire. ' I don't know if the honorable member is a Nonconformist,' xaidv Mr. Berna) Osborne, with his usual courtesy, ' but ho looks -like oue.' Whether Mr. Asquith looks like a Nonconformist, ecclesiastical experts must determine. He is at all events a Liberationism and has taken the chair at Mr. Oarvell Williams's -society. He is also a thorough* going Radioal, in spite of , the momentous fact,* whioh-- seems to exeroiso minds of a certain order, that he has usually sat above, and not below, the gangway in the. House of Commons. There are, it seems, those who think that a man cannot be a Radical, or even a Liberal, unless he frequent a particular seat, or unless he be given to gushing and to using the language of exaggeration. Mr. Asquith's speeches are the embodiment of common sense. They give to every part of the subject its due prominence, and no more. They are expressed in languag...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 5 November 1892

Fall Music size and Guaranteed. Correct. No. SONGS. ^a^^^t^ *H- Song that Reached My Heart ^^^??^v 463. Whn tare the Wild \V nvca Buying ^^^^Bk\ (Duet). 567. Diver in K Flut. ?M ^B fSIN 668. Diver in F. 66!). Maggie Mur J^V Jill jihy'sHome. b77. An Old Sweet DVlfl Greeting, in V. 578 ill tl. 579inB. WUSJL. ^-iL-tl 685- T1'' Kfison Why. in B. 686 in O. Mft^k Yrall 6C2- Ailcca Aroo11. ?» e ««? 603 in f. yTibbV WmI 619- OoHBhlertho'tilllS. ^L ^^ ^mV PIANOFORTE. ^S^BBBbI^^ '627. Old Gold Polka (very pretty). s^— - 564.AmericanLancer8(pap.melodie3) Or 13 COPIES 3s. 671. MarchnftheGobHnBBlue(lively) ^?innirm 5?2. Dear OldOhuinal'olknUustiiub.l CATALOGUES 680 An old Sweet Ureotins Waltz. POST FREE. 585. Tlieiioun try wedding barn t'unce. THE HOLBORN MUSIC STORKS, 15 Holborn, Inn ?ton, E.O., Etwlani. Every class of Music nnd Miniail Instruments in Stock. How to Learn 'The iiaujoin 8 lSusy Lwboiis,' Post Free Is. . ? * ICst. 1816. (TradH Supplied.) Esf. 1845. Can also be obtained from nny lo...

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THE LADIES COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 5 November 1892

' the'ladies* column. ? ? Sailor dresses are always pretty for little glrlH,' and our first illustration shows one of 'the 'newo3t' models, whioh looks equally well .'in navy blue and oream serge, or with tho skirt of navy blue serge with tho blouse of white drill; Yoke bodices are always pretty for children's wear, and this' season are moro in favor than they ever were. A pretty- little frock is shown by our second model, which is charmingly simple and childlike, It is particu larly well adapted for washing goods, no it is made without any lining, and can consequently be washed and ironed with soaroely any trouble. For an older girl a' pretty style is shown by our third skotoh, whioh is quite suitabhvfor' girls ranging from 10 to 16 years. The skirt' may be lined throughout or 'made' on a separate' 'foundation lining, whichever is' preferred, tho lower edge being hemmed, and if desired' a oroasway , gathered frill may be added, The waist is gathered into a band the necessary size. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 5 November 1892

CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS. ^ ? When Columbus set sail on the voyage which -was to result in the discovery of a' new conti nent, be was probably 56 years of age, though the authorities differ as to whethor he was born in 1435 or 1436. . Ho died in 1506. Born at Genoa, receiving the rudiments of a liberal education at tho University of Pavia,' and be coming a sailor on reaching his 15th year, it is certain that, before making the voyage from Palos which was to render him famous, he had already had large experience in navigation, for thoso times. Of himself he wrote, ' Wherever ship has Bailed, there have I journeyed.' In hia eventful oaroer as a navigator, and in his search for aid from different' courts and of wealthy patrons, that he might prosecute his idea of finding a westward pasHago to Asia'; he had, therefore, o|orie through 'many vicissitudes be foro his successful voyngo mado him a cohspi .cnous figure in tho closing years' of the 15th .century. . Thisv in some measure accounts f...

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AN EXPENSIVE QUEENSLAND RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 December 1892

AN EXPENSIVE QUKBN8I,ANJ)JtRAHWAY. (Fkom PiiotoJkqim, (Fkom PiiotoJkqim, |(ouu,y Taken for Thb Illvstratep avstrawan.News, pv J. R. Mann, O.E.) |(ouu,y Taken for Thb Illvstratep avstrawan.News, pv J. R. Mann, O.E.)

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SUMMARY Of NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 December 1892

SUMMARY OP NEWS. Tho gross cost of nil the railway lines in New Zealand, opened and unopened, up to 31st Mnrch. 1892, is £15,497,783. A Turnkina settler jerked a shoulder out in a peculiar way. Ho was driving through the Htreof-.a of Marton, nnd it struck him that it would be good form to craok his whip. While engaged in that pastime ho dislocated- his right shoulder. Having crowded out tho white fruiterers and small storekeepers, the ' Chinese in Wellington are now taking to the boarding house trade in earnest, the latest Chineso who liasstartcd in this line naming his hash foundry the Caledonian Boarding House. Roderiok M'Namara, who has been convicted for tho Australian Banking Company fiauds in Sydnoy, was nn accountant in the Bank of Vic toria in Kilmore 10 years ago. Ho was dis missed from the service of tho bank owing to irregularities. Major Parris ? recently paid a visit to Pari hnka after a considerable absence, and received a hearty wolcomo from Te Whiti and the other nat...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 December 1892

TASMANIA. An address from the women of Tasmania is being largely signed for presentation to Lady Hamilton, expressing high appreciation of her services to the community during her residence here. ? . Sir Robert Hamilton delivered a long address to the Royal Sooiety on 14th Nov., in whioh he reviewed the work done during, his residence here. Subsequently Dr. Agnew read an address highly eulogising the services of the Governor and Lady Hamilton. Lady Hamilton, the Governor's wife, has written to the Premier's wife, stating that though willing to accept the address from the women of Tasmania fine must decline any pre sentation, as it would form a bad precedent, and besides in these nresent bad times the people of Tasmania needecj all the money they could spare for the relief of the sickness and distress now largely existing. The Chief Secretary stated in the Legislative Council on 10th Nov. that the proceeding of the Into Government in regard to tho Bank of Van Diemen'u Land were unhea...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
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WEST AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 December 1892

WEST AUSTRALIA: Lady Robinson, acoompanied by her daughter, will leave shortly on a trip to England. Up to the present 13,000 oz. havo been obtained from Gnarlbine, the gold field dis covered 40 miles south-east of Southern Cross. ... ?;

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 December 1892

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. . Reports from all parts of tho country state that the crops promise abundant yields. The Railway department has made arrange ments for running cool chamber cars on tho line to Broken Hill. Information has been received from Inspector Besley that on tho 1st November two black trackers wero speared at Erldunn, one of them dying in a few minutes. One of the assailants wan wounded, but all escaped. Mrs. Jessie Brown, of Avenue Station, who died at Niagara reoently, has left the bulk of her fortune, about £100,000, to founding a home for crippled children and a Convalescent Home for the infant poor. Joseph Roshn, an Italian, was lost from the steamer Ellen on the Murray on 3rd Nov., six miles above Chowilla. Res ha was dipping water from the river, and fell overboard. He cried for help, but sunk before it could reach him. Air. George Francis, a colonist of 43 years, is dead. He came to the colony as a commissioner to inspect the northern country for coal and other miner...

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

RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION. Tho Cabinet had under consideration on 28th Nov. tho question of railway construction, and an early announcement will be made by the Premier as to whioh of tho linos rccommonded by the. late. Railway Committee are to be included in; tho. schedule to a new railway con struction bill; This deoision will be in oonformity with the statement made by the Premier last week in the Legislative Assembly that as soon as the Railway Lands Acquisition Bill was passed the Government would bo in a position to submit a railway construction bill for the approval of the House. He indicated further that the delay in doing so was due to tho faot that the bill in question proposed to adopt a totally now system in tho future railway con utruotion ot tho colony, and it was deomed inadvisable to submit fresh railway proposals to Parliament until it had endorsed or rojuotcd tho suggested new departure. Parliament having practically' passed tho bill, the Cabinet has considered tho lines...

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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 December 1892

QUEENSLAND. Mr. Morehead has been gazetted a representa tive of the colony at thoFederal Council. An auction Hale of Crown lands was held cm 15th Nov., when 104,325 aores were sold. realising £52,162. Sir Charles and Lady Lilloy left Brisbane on the 12th November on an extended holi day in Now South Wales, -Victoria, South Australia, New Zealand and Tasmania. The latest news from the Batavia River Gold Rush is that the 100 men on the field are badly supplied with rations, and fully 300 moro are en route. Tho field .is nearly worked out, except the prospectors' claim. Probably Sir Samuel Griffith and a Par liamentary party will visit Thursday Island early in December, and call at Cairns on their return to inapeot the second seotion of the rail way now aubjeot to arbitration. The Civil Service Board has hold an inquiry into charges made against , William Mitchell, clork in the Immigration department, of falsify ing agreements and conniving to deceive certain Kanakas. The Cabinet has a...

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