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PROFITS OF DAIRY FARMING—CHEESE FACTORIES. (FROM THE NEW YORK TRISUME, SEPT, 6) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

PROFITS OF DAIRY FARMINO.- I CHEESE FACTORIES. 1 (fsou cnx nir touc vunm, un. u Cortland County hai been, until «#&,,_ oentlj. • great butter diatriot, and th« dZgl hare been ierj profitable] but besinnins to find out that oh Mae tan vJr* (ban butter. Already time are* freluZ bctoriea in operation. We reoeutlr ibtu one at Homer, which, although in iti >S tearon, hat already obtetnedehigh rtrmtatioT Ferirapa it it owing mainly to the aatiSt John Qriner and hii wife, tire German ekew. makert, fully underatand their btumeu. |£L hapa it u owing in aome meaaure to the £ that the eowa hare til been eelected for *wT butter-makiig qualities, and the eheoaTh richer on that account. The factory «a eetaUithed by Hobart, who bad fifty oowi; Koah who had fifty-fire » D. H. Hennum, whoh2 one hundred and twentytiij and Hun flawleT, who hae einee sold hit (ana ,o atock, though atill acting ai (uperintendeutf the factory, which, with the above £31 n mannbeturee daily tha milk of 600 into ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POETRY. COMFORTIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

POETRY. OOMFORTTV (rKwuiiutaiuitiiTW BfjonnniM^nul Hour, Jin, *hy wOtoplM*))' ft*? . Why wilto luuif till jmi ao knr? no (oik wo nowl aa fcagbtrM, Tltty'raUko toUnt' patwtAov; - Tbea'rt kodooo thin, thnVt fcatillrtA'mi T)M«aoik>o>irtttfco»rladbni*. ItajakgilMnia'laibitta^ ■ ■ Wilt fir thl wlliatJguiMto apwkt ■ Joat think, o morula' mv like fchit. Wlwth1 notntmrrnwhlitUa'aAgivr, Au'tli'«l1X»'»awr.wh«tn»aoeUi Irtilihtaiwwlhw, For tfc ftighr if bntnnla' brfak «o' font That* had till taNaklu*-W diSUInW Ifcl Inn W (Ur.mn, aa' ma. An' o thi fiaok are tfatt'Kbn An' If tbn'd bin totaittai'W Iflb'tnwi WitaAiTtyatau. Ult'MAaamltdnldiim: f tin* ■■ Jnl mMB tAMHn' kMlib A1 * ■ . WHhoawt tMo Aaw, aw want to kaoat AtmnwH UtMh Aa'itinbflflAlltllfriBf yaal, An'bian 'an aa thar He awn; Un think (Mat tier aboati In Rfcfckiadlyfcaartaf tl'Inu'inL - I'l *iaao bat'are mi aa' are Oi poor fclka Aw tor th" want o' taajv IblwrtflKltbiatniwwtti, Far ton IfeCT saw n thrir on; SonbrawataAitaiaaafk, An'afc...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SUPPLY OF WATER IN THE BASIN OF THE MURRAY. (Continued from The Australasian of Dec. 2). [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

THE SUPPLY OF WATER IN THE BASIN OF THE MURRAY. Br fin Arthce Ooiron. r.E. (Ccmtinuedjirom The AnHralaeian qf Dee. 2). I In general, rireni in an alluvial oountry hare j exceedingly winding counts, depending ohioflj upon the nature of tiro aoil which they bring down from the liiOa ; if it is Tery soluble, the stream easily wears away its banks, and the least obstacle, audi as a fallen tree, is sufficient to produce a change in the course of the river, end the bends thus extend, till its length is so much increased as to reduoe the fall of the surface of the water, and consequently the current, till it lias no longer strength to cut j sway its banks. It is thus that the current is at length so much reduced, that in heavy freshes the channel is insufficient to cany off ] all the water, and it then overflows its banks, j and spreads over the country, lire supply of j water to the tower parts is thus greatly re tarded, and sometimes it does not reach them et all. In such a case, fine re...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENTERTAINMENTS. THE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

ENTERTAINMENTS. THE BOYAL. Tfantam to oat atap,U ooly fa*•* ■Wfaofoofafaiictai ttd folWbaiaaatj ffa* m Mr. Fntafak You** b aaoMta llfam to the |hn«n giwa hat night ■«* hwo liw g»H IIjjlfat* fa notor. TVn tqM eqMdjotAfa 0o«jti»l Itntdi" oftcfed Xt. Yoaa<* JW . to tfatt on bmti cenodr m cxntkotiy ■tat of fa tMhi wM fa fat Betart Hfav U M| Onnfatak, Mr. UateClfe fa ODfa, fa oaf tix «fa; SS5gT5W«*fa JK «5^MiSSS5E a TcaagoMie^^capBiloai^ far d dbfttftdflf* tfa&flil &foid 4md(Ui Tlwhoefew* writ afad. fa T« ofaHMOMi io Mfat far afelM,fa {difauknjot falootfalH ftOfcOf, ft wOMOft ftMIMftMPt*

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FISH AND FISHING. THE RIVERS, CREEKS, AND LAKES AROUND GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

FISH km FISHING. THE RIVERS, CREEKS, AND LAKES AROUND GEELONG. Br Coeio. Thne arc few streams in the colony of j Victoria running southerly from the great dividing range, that for the last thirty or forty miles of their course run through a more delightful, more beautiful, or richer country than the Barwon and Mooraboo]; and there an? few colonial lakes that present a lovelier landscape than Lake Counewarre and the ] adjacent lagoons. A walk, a ride, or a drive by any one of them makes one feel that he lias done something to prolong his lease of ] life, particularly if the bracing Bea-breeie that has swept over the waters of Bass's Slraita be in the ascendant on the day of the tour. Be sides these two streams, there aro also the Little Eiver, the Duck Ponds, and the Yarram, Spring, and Bream creeks. The two former, especially the first, are fair fishing streams, but there is a solemn sameness about them that, were it not for their piscatorial attractions, would induce but few visito...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LITERATURE. A walk from London to John o' Groat's with Notes by the Way. By ELIHU BURRITT. London: Sampson Low, Son, and Murston. [SECOND NOTICE] A THREE-THOUSAND-ACRE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

LITERATURE. A WhlXfrom London to John o* Groat's, irith Kottx bg the Way. By Eliuu Bdbritt. Loudon: Sampson Low, Son, aud Marston. [Second Notice.] a tobee-tbocsajid-acke fabu. The nest locality of interest visited by Mr. Burritt was Crishal! Grange, the raidcuco of Mr. SanmelJonaa, who is one of the largest farmer* in England. The estate is situated nbotif four, miles east of Boyston, and borders on the three eounttee of Cambridgeshire, Hert fordshire, and Essex, but it lies mainly in the latter county. It contains upwards of 3,000 acres, and consists of fire forms, forming one great block or arable laud, and rented by Mr. Jonas from four different landlords. The soil is a light turnip soil (with the exception of about 200 acres, which are well drained), and nearly every acre is in a state of constant and high cultiration. Coming fresh from the small, hundred-acre occupations of the Sew England formers, Mr. Burritt was much struck by tlie vast extent of the EelcU into which this gr...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

£VA|ES6RS- M0NE1 HClU. W1GKAM and SOKE* uw o^mutAND^n^a'gBrra. FOB LONDON DIRBCT, 1<0 aell wit! nonetnaHte ON MONDAY, DBCKMRKR It, KENT, 1,000 To*, A1 rtUoyd'a, F. ANDERSON, Ooflnuito. ; Fueage money, CIV and tqnrardn For nlamofenbina, dietairaada^ and *11 (ttUoahn I l^?tl - *•! - ^nml*>iHmiiaahnthatieetnjuLh, >LACKWALL LINE oi t PACKETS. For LONDON, Direct, To anil withpanctaaRtr, Ob SATURDAY, DECEMBER SI, The fcrouite imamgai ahip ANGLESEY, IMOtwa, All* Uoyd'e. EDWARD JONES, Omunder, Belonging to Han*. Dm, <f BlaekwnlL The name of the faroairite Hlaefcwall liner ft TialiMii■ ■ a now n weli known In tick trade that it liueui [ eerr to refer at any length to berqealitiee aw »—ih— | end paaeengar ahip. " Taange money, CIS and npwarde. , . For plane of mbtna, and aeocod and Udrd da I dietary Malae,a ppJ; to I W. P. WHITE and Co., 10 Elizabeth-etrarteooth. I No aubagent* orrunnen am anlborlaed toreedm I yamagw money or taane tfcketa. E-8®R8' MONEY WIORAM A S...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LITERARY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

LITERARY NOTES. Doth or x GaowotiT.—At hie residence in York-road, Brighton, on the 27th of July, died t man who baa left hi* math upon the history of gaolqgiod epncnlatirm Augaatue Dt Bergh wee bom tit Hamburg, and readied tlie age of eighty-oil, adding another to the man; preriout proob of the beoe&rial infloeooe of uiteUectuml pursuits in prolonging life. He <ni the Km of im author by prof oeuan. When he rat bat six arieta yean old, hie father falling ill from oraiawh precariously paid, youud De Beggh wae pent to aea, a friendly akipper offering to take him a trial nna and, if he wae made of the right atrri£ tend him at aa appiwttyift) arilhoot a pabw. Eighty yean ago the ordeal of a aaHor bey oo hie fint rowe wae a raty aerate one, bat De Bergh stood it 10 well as to win the friendship of bie ropgh hod Had esptain. Osrftfully tetvht astronomy and narigatioo by hie father, and the art of handling athipby hh rnaetor, theboyaoon lmiaaie^etmerioraeamaa. JBe obtain...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ENGLISH AGRICULTURAL LARCURER—BEER-DRINKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

THE ENGLISH IQUlCXTLTUtlkL L1B0URKK— ' BEB&-DKIVKIN0. '/i On the condition of the Engliah teitf labourer and lua heer^drinVing propeusitlmji ?■ Mr. Burritt writes at considerable length, tint wiili much eameataes*. Oar author is e& dently a teetotaller of the purest water, and ■ looks upon the drinking of strong drinks as ; the root of all eviL -But hie remarks upon the material and social condition of tlie agri cultural labourer are cxodadlngly practical and sensible, and the; contrast most favourably . with the heated and exaggerated statements of j certain English demagogues upon the same J] subject . There are three great steps, he says, indispensably necessary for elevating the Kng glish agricultural labourer to the highoat level he can hope to attain in society. Two of these—im- ] proved dwellings, and free and accessible oduca- : t ion—must be provided for him by the Govern- ! men! and the landowners. Mr. Burritt trunks*1 that considerable progress is being ta...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PASTORAL OCCUPATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

PASTORAL OCCUPATION". The following return, showing the cumber of lues ic each Crown L^nde CommUsioner a district, the number of acres rented fiom the Cf0*n hy pas torsi tenants, and the root psr acie, was laid before the Legislative Assembly on Wednesday Arcs and Rent of the several Runa In Victoria, u detei mined under the provisions of the LajhI Act 1862, classed in Pastoral Districts. Ej*j | 5B-S Name of • to* i lie District. £ ft sl; •* -IS o. cTj to c 6 p3 fc < a £ a. d. Ararat 20 703,024 11,465 2 2,2* 16 8 $05,024 Batlarat SO 2/7,825 0 18,209 Beech worth . 79 1,468,260 6,472 12 0 6,112 Benalla 104 3,852,801 23,807 4 4 10,313 Oastlemaioe. 66 1,644,207 11,619 2 1 84,464 Ecbuc* 40 2,291,785 15,185 18 0 16,414 Gippa Land Korth 37 914,075 4,403 7 4 10,330 Gipps Land South 60 1,123,034 3,391 12 0 45,983 Gisborne .. 65 821,530 7,063 1 4 4,290 Grant 41 261,854 4,242 14 4 24.8T8 Melbourne . 38 800,328 2,176 10 O 8,292 Otnoo » 810,000 1,382,358 3,178 10 14,277 13 8 Portland ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FRIDAY, DEC. 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

Fbhut, Die. 9. Hi. CiifziTTXB obtained leave to introduce a Mil for the prevention of mining and other accident*. Mr. Vbbdoh proposed, "That this Howe will, on Tueedsv next, reed to Itself into a Committee of Way ..eyeBod Wfini1 The motion was eeconded hj Hi. M'Oun locB, end curled. Mr. Tocmb moved /or the appointment or • select committee to inquire into nod re port npon the three rival schemes for sup plying the fiestiemaina and Sandhurst dis tricts with outer. Mr. Houaro* seoonded the motion. Mr. Strums observed that the Govern ment were In possession of snfficient informs tion to give a decision on the subject, bat srere not inclined to take upon themselves too responsibility of doing so. After a lengthy discossioo, In the coatee t/t which objection was taken by Hr. Hlchieaod Mr. Orr to the number of members on the committee r. presenting dlsliints directly in terested In thequeriigo. the motion wasagrsed ta . Mr. VaocrtzocB proposed the moond i«d T^taeseunt^beoSbdned, wulrututi...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIAL. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, DEC. 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

PdmJAMEpl-Di' VICTORIA, J X«0I8LATtr.g ABgB MBIT. Ministry bad not dealt fairly with the House or the country on the question. The bill did not carry out in one single lota the speeches of the Minister of Lands, delivered at Ingle wood and in the House, The country had been altogether deceived. The bill was auc tion in disguise. The Ministry appeared to be trammelled by tbe circnmstanuee which expelled the last Government from oflic, but the appeal to the country ought to have got rid of any difficulty which might previously have been experienced in dealing with the land quesiion in a broad and liberal spirit. It waB pretended that the bill would be something so different from what the country had heard of before, and yet the measure was little more than a copy of the last hill Introduced by the late Mr. Healtis. It was far less liberal then the Land Act, 18G2. That measure providtd that 10,000,(MO acres of agricultural land should be open for selec tion, while the bill made no prov...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL. Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

<X)MMERCLAJL Thursday Evening. BaaooB in toe impart market continues to lie confined to small trade parcels. Importers complain that the nnfion is turasaally dull; such a November and December, it is said, have not'been experienced in thb market for jcars—but still, small country order* come pretty freely to hud. It U not eary to dis cover why the season should be so un worriedly dnlL There have been no rnsbes to other colonies to diminish the population; the ex port Mums show that the yield of gold so far has been fultycqoal to that of last year; and new branches of industry have sprang up widely over the colony. One reason for the absence of laige orders, no doubt, is traceable to the fsnilities afforded by railways and eteam-vrsseia to tradSia in the country and the seaports. These parties no longer find it neces sary to lay in luge stocks, and so tie np their capital They can now bay, literally. i from day to day. The Melbourne merchants' stocks are, In fact, the stoc...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOWN EDITION. SHIPPING. HOBSON'S BAY. ARRIVED.-DCE.8] [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

TOWN EDITION. SHIPPING. HOBSON"S BAT. ARRIVED.-Die. SJ Coorong, s.s., 400 tons. William M'Lean, from Ade laide 6th Inst. Passengers—saloon: Mr. and Mrs. Hughes and family (two), 14r. and Mrs. Fyers, Mr. and Mrs. Woods and child, Mrs. Foley and child, Miss Fisher, Miss Paseoc, Miss Love, Captain H.M'Melkan, Captain Ward, Messrs. w. Fisber, A. Hawker, P. Price, H. Price, Peterswald, J. Winnall, M. W'rght, J. Butterwortb, A L. Tucker, B. Logan, J. While, W. C. lUcby, M&rriat, F. Hodgson, Morris, Wilson ; Hasten J. Wright and Rlgby; and thirty-three in the steerage. M'Meukao, Blackwood, and Co., •gents. Edlna, s.«., 300 tons, John T. Boll*, from Portland 7th }»st. Passenger*—cabin : Mr, Frederick Cook; and one In the steerage. S. G. Henly, agent. Dec. 0. Citv of Adelaide, A. 8. H. Company's s.a,, 1,000 tons,* F. H. Trouton, from Sydney 6th Inst. Pas Binge re—saloon : Mr. and Mra. E. Walker, Mm. Majne, Miss M'Swiney, Mr. and lira. Beeby, Bishop Gould, Revs. G. Shepherd, J. Johnst...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIPS TO ARRIVE. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

SHIPS TO ARRIVE. Avalanche.. Bin Kevin.. Cathay . • Eicbie Qefle General Wchaele. Indemnity Lanadowna XjouIs Mayer Marguerite Virr Francis Maaung .. Muttah NkclaaLleard Norman «. PllUOMi Bed Jacket IMoidili.. Transit ... True Briton Wsrerify .. Ship. Alfred" .. Antelope Aetna Bogota Colon .. ». Ooleroan .. »» tSka Ethiopian .. Bttenck EtcpMse.. roreet Bights .. Golden Empire .. Herald altfreMoni tabnee Vbhart », J6hn Banyan UflyAlioe" N*ev York Port Louis ( 8undswall. tvttCork .. f London .bat 1 CtoeG.Hope Macftla .. Foo-Chow Valparaiso Rotterdam March 2t» July 6. July SS. Sept. 17. Aug. Sept. It Jolly 10. Cimreeend .. Sept. 8. [Deal .. iBrouwenhavon .. jCakwtta.. *74 {Uvwpoot .. iKevYork Llvemool Foo-Chow Port U>ol> nl •> Liverpool, ] , off Teekar j Qraveeend London .. Uvereoal London >. Onvaaend Port Louie Aug. tt. Nor. SO. Sept. 1*. July 12. Sept. 2. April 10. Sept. 1«. Oct. e. Junat. Sept S4. Sept. 10. Sept 10. Jane1A Aug. 1L JulyO. Seat SC. Oct St SbftlfltA&...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHOW OF STOCK AT ECHUCA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

SHOW OF STOCK AT ECH CCA. (FROK PUR SPECIAL REPORTER.) Co Friday last,the members of the .Northern General Areoclatlou held their Sicoud annual meeting at Echuca, and the show was scarcely equal to what we ehould have expected In a district of such importance even thus early In the existence of the soclt ty. Many things, how ever, militated against a more decided success on this occasion, and some of these adverse In fluences will remain in force for no little time to come. To menlior, in the first place, a mistake easily to he avoided for the fatore, December Is looiste in the season for stock of j any kind to be shown in nnmb9is i then, se~ condly, and of far more moment, there does notseem to be that union amongst the leading settlers around which enables theatockowners to get op meetings of (bis sort 80 well in other parts of the country. A feeling of distrust and jealousy rnfficiiut to prevent them en tering freely into the more wholesome rivalry of the show-yard, manifestly ex...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE YEOMAN'S PAGE. AGRICULTURAL REVIEW OF THE WEEK. WEDNESDAY, DEC.7. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

THE VEOMAH'S PA6E. AGRICULTURAL REVIEW OF THE WEEK.. Wednesday, Dec. 7. No maiked changes have occurred In the produce market since this time last week. Flour is still tending downward, and the amount ol business transacted is small. New wheat is expected from Adelaide in a few days, and Is much required by the millers. Oris havo not been selling so well the last day or two, but holders are not inclined to accept of lower prices in the present asprcl of the market. The supply of hay coming in this week is moderate, and prices remain as they were. The growers neat town are mostly busy with their stscks just now, and, there fore, are not sending much in, hut when they do they must look for a reduotlon in price, as the demand continues very slack. The wheat harvest was tj commence this week on Oxley-plaiup, and the yield is ex pected to be generally good. Farther north again, at Albury. the wheat crops are saM to he most promising, and a " great harvest is expected. Hust has made its a...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PASTORAL JOINT STOCK COMPANIES. (FROM THE PASTORAL TIMES OF NOV.26) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

PASTORAL JOINT STOCK COMPANIES. (rSOM THE PABTOBAL TlMEt OF EOT. 26.) Not the lrast marvellons sign of progress on the AutnUio continent ii that of direct ting joint stock enterprise to the plains of Riverine. Who would have thought, some twenty years ago, that the dry, arid, and grasslerajiUlng of the country then known as " The Unrrumhidgee," would so soon become the object of speculation, and that thesaltbnsh country would be inhabited by a hardy and enterprising people who would develop ft until these plains promise to prove a mine of wealth to the state and to the Inhabitants. Bo matters have turned oot. Twenty years ago the saltbnsh country was a terra incognita, regarded then by the Oovernment as of too little value to need recognition; now it is attracting attention, and has already become a political battle field ; tbe dejttre claims of New South Wales and the defacto claims of Victoria are put in, and as each colony is asserting its rights Riverina herself is endeavouring ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IMPRISONMENT FOR DEBT. (FROM THE DAYLESFORD EXPRESS, DEC. 3.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

IMPRISONMENT FOR DEBT. (FBOM TBI BATU8TOBD EXPRESS, DEC. 3.) We trust (hat the attention of the legisla ture wilt be earl; directed to the subject of ImrHsonmeBt for debt. In our last we pub. lifted tbe particulan of s case that origiuuliy appeared In a Melbourne journaL Au old men of sixty-five has been lying in goal three years and a half for costs incurred in an equity rait. My some absurd and heartless fiction of the law. that we could never com. prebend, nonpayment of such a liability U construed Into contempt of oourt. A re fractory witness, or disorderly spectator, can atone for hie -offence by an apology to the Court, bat the impecunious litigant involved In the meshes of an equity suit ccnnoteaospe punishment. Justice is deaf as well as blind to bis appeal ad mitericardiam. lie cannot apply for relief to bis Honour the Insolvent. Colnmlsslonrt, nor will tbe Judge reoelvahny rxcuse for an unliquidated attorney's bill. The only mode In which tbe nnlncky client can **|HHga""hh...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE AUSTRALIAN PASTORAL INVESTMENT COMPANY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

THE AUSTRALIAN PASTORAL ' INVESTMENT COMPANY. TO TOE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIA*. Sir,—Your paper of the 3rd lost, afforded an 'opportunity to a " Constant Header" at Geelong to make other readers believe that the alove company has been pla&d before the public wtih calculations based on un reliable data. I think 1 shall be able (with your kind permission) to show your corre spondent that the "latitude" he speaks of has not been availed of; that no " long-bow has been drawn and that common justice demands that be retract assertions that hare been made either from ignorance on the subject dealt with, or without duly consider ing the facts set forth in the company's pro spector. Appendix A shows that there wooid be delivered on March 31st, 18C5, 200,073 sheep. Of these, the 38,970 alluded to by your correspondent as being " virtually lambs" are not so. Their exact ages at that date will bo as follows ElcTen snd twelve months old . 1,910 Nice and ten months do. ... 25,800 Eight a...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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