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BOMBARDMENT OF VALPARAISO. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1866

BOMB ARDMENT, OF VALPARAISO. ' A view of Valparaiso ; appeared .in a previous isBae. The present' view represents the bom bardment . of the 'town by. the' Spanish squadron, under Admiral Mendez Nunez, on 31st March. ' It is engraved from a photograph,' which was taken while the bombardment was in full operation ; the relative position of the ships, and the tout ensemble of the scene may therefore be regarded as perfectly ocourate. We ' take .the following account of the affair from a Valparaiso journal, La Patria; — « The Spanish 'fleet \ oommenoed operations by steaming slowly in shore in the following order : — La Nuinanoia, La Resoluoion, Ville -de Madrid, La Blanoa, La Venoedora, La Manle, and thn Numan cia's launch. Tho smaller ships remained at their tormer anchorage. The' Numonoia went ahead of her consorts until she reaohed the middle of the bay, about a mile from tho shore, and at ten minutes -past eight; ajm. oommenoed the bombardment by firing a shell into the city. This ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EXTRAORDINARY AFFAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1866

EXTRAORDINARY AFFAIR. An extraordinary, circumstance, and one which requires explanation, has come to light in conneo tion with a lunatic named Annie Patterson, who was sent to' the Yarra Bend on the 4th of last month. by order of the Talbot bench. The Talbot Leader Bays :— ll By the evidence adduood on that occasion, it appeared that for years past Mrs Patterson. had been subject to abberrations of intellect, which at length assumed so dangerous . a phase as to necessi tate restraint and constant medioal supervision. Last Tuesday, the unfortunate woman's husband received a letter from the medical authorities at the Yarra Bend, notifying his wife's perfect reco very, and requesting him to como to Melbourne, or Bend some person, for the purpose of taking oh argo of her. Naturally surprised at so speedy a cure, the husband, who is a respectable miner residing' at Rocky Flat, at onco proceeded to Melbourne, and in an interview with the chief medical officer at the Yarra Bend, was assur...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CROSSING PLACE ON THE WAKOOL. WAKOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1866

gSiOigiK&..;.*-3&A(?ji1 Q5? Wp- w«qjm-Pp Fade Qi ' ;, 'WAKOOL. The sketch given by our artist on page 5, is a view of one of the most picturesque and romantic spots in the Riverine district, and one which, until a few years ago) was almost a ietra incognita to all hut the aboriginal inhabitants, who held it in undisputed sovereignty. The Wakool is a branch of the Edward River, 'flowing west from, it, about six miles from Deniliquin, through the townships %of 'Wakool and Jegur, and again joining it abouteight miles above its junction with the Murray, , after a course of about .ninety miles through a level well-grassed pastoral coun try, containing a number of swamps, and intersected by : numerous .watercourses, whioh, as they flow out of and . into the branches of the Edward and Wakool Rivers', form , a complete network of creeks. The Wakool is ? fed by the Merribul, Cebul, Merang and other creeks.

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A NEW ZEALAND PAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1866

ANEW ZEALAND PAH. . New Zealand abounds in isolated -and steep hills, - which afford to the different tribes places of refuge. On such hills they build their villages, which are fortified with palisadoes and ditches. The village fortresses are called pahs, and recent events have shown that the natives can defend them in the most gallant manner. A tribe generally lives together in litle communities of from 50 to 200 individuals lodged in various pahs scattered over their district. A pah usually covers from half an acre to two or throe acres .. of ground ; 'and is constructed of two or three rows of stout paling, ten or twelve feet high, lashed together witfe flax and creepers, to posts and cross rails ; it is entered by two or three narrow gateways, ahd'divided by palings into numerous labyrinth-like' passages, ?courts and squares. Within aro the domiciles — little rush and polo huts devoid of windowsi Their larders, which are erected on poles, out of the roach of dogs and rats, are ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MURDERERS' ROCK, MANUGATAPU PASS, NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1866

' THE MUEDEREES' ROCK, MATTNGATAPU PASS, ?;':''' '?- . NEW ZEALAND. ? The last issue of the A lislralian News contained a narrative of a series of murders of unparalleled atrocity, whioh had been committed in the Province of Marlborough, New Zealand. ? The sketch by our artist (see page 8) is thnt of a spot now known by the name of the Murderers' Rock, being the spot, where the bodies of Mathieu, ?Kempthorne, Dudley and Pontius were found. The 'rock,' is situated in a wild moun tain pass, in the Maungatapu range, between the Wakamartoa and the Nelson. '? .The road is carried by a side catting' up a steep, 'wooded mountain, the width of the butting )-efog only ab'put six feet. * The timber is not ,vie)cy iargei-'being chiefly birch, but the wood that*^ai*/'ie^\;fe)ledf^'ADd''';'Uie soil removed from the' track,-1 haye' been '^rpwn on '. the lower side, an'd;'^e:: in 'confused /heaps, thus renderiiig an escape' fan jUie ' lower side of the ioa.il an impossi bility/'iThe: only 'way to/...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ST. PHILLIP'S CHURCH, EAST COLLINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1866

ST. PHILIP'S CHURCH, EAST COLLINaWOOD. This church, is one of the most substantially-built, woll-finiahod ecclesiastical edifices in the diocese, and reflects credit on architect, contractors, and all en gaged. It is much admired for its neatness and simplicity, and is frequently visited, by strangers, -who ore unanimous '? in their expressions of admiration. - The entire' contract' amounted, to £2414, exclusive of £100, the coat of two stained glass dormer windows, specially provided. Accommodation is afforded for 802 adults. The present portion erected comprises porch, nave, and tower entrance ; the latter being temporarily fitted up; makes a very commodious vestry, which is UBed for holding parochial committee) meetings, &c. It is intended, after a time, to add , transepts oud chancel. During the progress of .the building tho Rev. T. C. Colo, who had labored bo earnestly and done so much to establish the Church in East Colling \roo& and urge on the good work, sudd...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HIS EXCELLENCY SIR J.H.T. MANNERS-SUTTON, K.C.B., GOVERNOR OF VICTORIA. THE HON. SIR J. H. T. MANNERS-SUTTON, K.C.B., GOVERNOR OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1866

HIS EXCELLENCY 8IR J. H.T. MANNERS-BUTTON, K.O.Bi, GOVERNOR OF VICTORIA. fEHLAnGBD by Mn. Frxxh, from a Photograph.1] — See page 6. fEHLAnGBD by Mn. Frxxh, from a Photograph.1] — See page 6. THE HOUT. SIR J. H. T. MANNERS-STJTTON, K.C.B., GOVERNOR OF VICTORIA. The Hon. Sir John Henry Thomas Manners-Sutton is the second son of the late, and brother of the pre vBant, Visoount Canterbury. He was. born in May, 1814. and was educated, first at Eton, and then at Trinity College, where he took his degree in 1835. He entered Parliament as member for Cambridge, and shortly afterwards joined' the Peel Administration. From 184L to 1846 he held the post of 'Under Secre tary of State for the Home Department.. In 1864 he was appointed to the governorship of New Brunswick, 'and was subsequently transferred to that of Trinadad. In 1838 he was married to Georgiona, the youngest daughter of Charles Thompson, Esq., of Watchingham Hall, Norfolk,' by whom he has issue, five sons and two daughters, the e...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHOCKING OCCURRENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1866

SHOCKING OCCURRENCE. [FROM THB TABBENGOWEB TIMES, AUQUST 7.] Just as we were going to press this morning we were horrified at. the news of a shocking affair, which upon inquiry, and visiting the scene, we found to be only too true. Briefly, Mr Chas. Webster, the well-known medical man of Mctldon, has shot Mr Frank Silverwood, an almost equally well-known, minor, dead. We visited the Camp,' and also saw the dead, man, whose body is now lying, at Mr P. Cullen's Northern Beehive Hotel, and have learned the following painful particulars : — Oace or twice lately the back premises of Mr T. B. Webster, brother of Mr Charles Webster, and with whom he resides, have been disturbed by s ome one, it was thought, after the fowls. On Saturday night last this occurred ; and last night the servant girl ran in, saying two Chinese were near. Mr T. B. Webster ran out in chase, but fell and cut his head. ' The intruders got off. It was then deter mined by Mr Charles Webster to ke'ep watoh and give the ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1866

? ' ?'- E N L AR GE ME NT or . ;? , T H E WEEKLY A G,E, ? . ' . AHD'ITS AMALGAMATION WITH THE FARMERS' JOURNAL. ? Tho ' Fabmebb'- JoubnaIi, after a long and pros perous career as an. independent paper, has been in corporated with the Weekly Age, and the two papers, eaoh retaining its own special features of in terest and respective literary and editorial staff, -will unite their forces so as to produce a; journal superior to anything1 yet issued from the Victorian press. For this purpose the Wbbklt Age has been enlarged by four extra pagei (equal to eight pages of the Fabmbbs' Jourital), thus making- it tho XiARGEST PAPER IKTHH AUSTBAIiIAIT COLOHIES. ,. * The proprietoni hare been induced ,tb make this change chiefly, 'through the strong representations made by, subscribers to the Farmer^ Journal of. their desire for a more liberal supply of general news. Residents in the country, -whether farmer* or miners, rarely subscribe to more than one Melbourne paper and hence the necessity t...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PROGRESS OF THE EXHIBITION BUILDING. THE INTERCOLONIAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1866

y-^-t-S -Q^a^ 8S ©r§8@ BSBISIS10N Byi&DIN @,-tai?48§ £1, THE INTERCOLONIAL EXHIBITION. ? The scheme of holding a series of intercolonial ex hibitions of industry and the useful arts Successively in each of the Australian colonies, which was happily conceived by Mr Bind on, promises to be crowned with success. The first will be held at Melbourne in the month of October. The site, is on a portion of the land forming the Public Library reserve. The building is now in progress, and is expected to be completed in September. The architect is Mr Reed, and the contractors' Messrs Cunningham and Holtham, who are pushing the works vigorously, forward. These will consist of two large rooms,' to be erected in the rear of the present library and connected there with, and two wing3, one on the north side, fronting Latrobe-street, and the other on the south side, facing Little Lonsdale-street. Avoiding architectural details, the plan may be better understood by stating that it is simply pr...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MIRACULOUS ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1866

MIRACULOUS ESCAPE. I A little girl nnmed Louisa Stringer, eleven yeni^s of . Bge, was returning with' her : brother, about seven yean of age, from the Churoh of England Sabbath School, Eaglehawk, io her residence in Jaokass flat, and on orossing the AgnewReef, opposite the police station*, she, in a risky mood, ran tip a heap of mullock round an 'old shaft, but when ' on, the top the loose clay close by the edge gave way. and she fell down the shaft— a perpendicular 'one for eighty feet, and then rolled down on the under lie of the reef, thirty feet farther. Her brother, hearing her cry, and seeing her disappear, screamed with all his might, and soon attracted the attention: of the police and other persons residing in the neigh borhood, who hurried over,, and a ' rope being, obtained, two miners were lowered to the under lie, down whioh one of them went and fouad the' girl lying insensible, -and' pale as a ghost, .with the retioule, in whioh were - her. Sabbath: school books, graspe...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOSS THE MIMMIE DYKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1866

„..;.. tQSS,_ OtK -THE: JIIMMIE ; DYKE. The following particulars liave been' furnished by Captain G. Ooleman ?:—' On the 7th July tho Mimmie Dyke, left Melbourne, in ballast', for Syd ney. On the 15th Bhe passed Kent's Group light house, 'haying had' strong easterly winds ' ever since leavings Meibburne.i Early' on Sunday, the 15th inst., the wind was' blowing from' the southward and eastward. ?: 'Shortened*' sail and made all snug for Heavy weather. ' !is the1 day wore on the , wind, in creased in violence; and continued to blowvwith great fury1 during' the 'whole *of! the night ; the , rain coming down: in torrents, and the night one of the darkest in iny twenty years' experience at .seaj There was a f earf ol 'hoavy'.'sea running from the E.=, the vessel wob hduled upon, o^wind, and everything tried to give her an offing. Half-past onealmC, iethVsaw breakers on the t lee side, about a' half cable length;. tried', to stay her ; she missed ; let go the port bower anchor, but, befo...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUSPICIOUS OCCURRENCE ON THE ROAD BETWEEN THE GREY AND HOKITIKA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1866

SUSPICIOUS , pOCUItREHOp ON THE' BOAD BETWEEH '.'?'.'. ; THE OBEY ' AND HOKITIKA. ? We have speken mpre than once about the number of men who have been killed on the road between Hoki tika and -'the Grey.;' and a remarkable faot is testified to by the' person concerned which may be found worth investigating. 'About three months ago, a resident at Hokitika,. who passed through Nelson the other day, had an adventure of a peculiar kind while travelling ? on foot between Hokitika and the Grey. As he was walking along towards the Grey, he came to ahole in the sand bplowliigh water mark. The hold was from five to six' feet lo'g and not very deep, but apparently newly dug. Hosuppoaeil that this was tho workof some persons ? who had juat gone beforo him, and who hadbuen pros pecting the beach by fossioking in tho sand. A few yards further on ho came to a small orook.in aroseing witiob, bo obaotvoa bloo^ oil \lw B|onoa at tho fliao. Not hnving the slightest suspicion of /evil, he conjec ture...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MAUNGATAPU MURDERERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1866

THE M ATJNGrATAPU MURDERERS. ? ThjB 'Nelson* Colonist gives the following account of tjie prisoner SuUiyaa:—*, V ' : '. ''\ : Sullivan; jvho has turned approver, has not long been'conpected-wit^ Bargess,' Kelly, and Levy. He is 'npj; fhe- ? person who was arrested some years ngp in Q^ago, and who had .been a notorious character weU tawn to'the Otago police. 'We have obtained sorno special and reliable information from a person wpp^ ^tnnoid \'f rom the 'Wept Coast laWt Monday, wpG-iiejt* Sullivan there, and ] ?who knew, him in Mptinjf'Kprongy in Victoria^1 ;???? It'seems that Sulli van' pmyed'. in this colony only about three menths ago ;'?': ahVt'^lus 'accords with* a'-'efcateipent which h(jr' iS0?i(i^^ gopib weeks ago 'tp Mr^'Moorhbuse, the Saperiritendqrit of Canterbury, wliom he told' he had bo'on'only liyp pi'ontha in Now Zanlanil. He stated to par tofor?naiij;1 in Holritika that he had been in AuolilaUa'njanyiyears agb^'wh'eh be was quite a lad, a^ji^'Batt 'iip'f;- since then b...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LAND SELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1866

LAND SELECTIONS. The publication of the list of disallowances of the late land selections at Lake Cooper has caused considerable consternation to the many who there in find their names recorded. Several of them as sort that they have no right to bo disqualified, eithier on ;the score of being ' agenU for others,' — trdummiesi in fact — or that they have ' offered to . sell their interest in the land to another.'- Yester-, 'day s'oriie of them took legal advice on the .matter, which resulted in forwarding properly attested affi davits to the department of Land and Works, of the hon a Jidles of their intentions in selecting the ... land., , In the case of Mr Edwaid ', O'EeefeJ pf.; Sandhurst, whose name is on the list; of : disallowedj 'in consequence of having.' offered to ), Bell his interest in the land 'to another,'; he has, we understand, forwarded an affidavit of the fuleity of the assertion, and '? to the effect that, he took up his four . allotments for the purpose of cultivat...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CONSECRATION OF THE BISHOP OF ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1866

CONSECRATION. OF THE BISHOP OF ADELAIDE. The consecration of the Right Rev. Dr. Shiel, heretofore Archdeacon of Ballaarat, as Bishop of Adelaide, und the immediate successor of the Right Rev. Dr. Geogehan, took place on the 15th inst., in St. Francis's Cathedral. There was a. very lnr'ge attendance. The celebrant was tho Right Rev. Dr. Goold, assistod by tho Right Rev. Dr. Murphy, Bishop of Hobart Town; and tho Right Rbv. Dr. Eloi, Bishop of Tepa^co and Coadjutor Bishop of Southern Ooaunioa, Tho nfiioiating bishop hiul for his ansiHtunt deaoonu at tlio throne tho Rev, Hanry EnRlitad and the Roy, Franois Oorbott, Tho ddacons of the mass wove the Very Rev, Dr. H.tycs, Dunn of S'Uidlnn'flt ; aud tho R-sv, Jsinon Mooru, of -Koilor. His Lordship's chaplains wHrJMfoo Yory Rov. £-r, Bleasdalo und tho Rov, Guoigs Barry, The yory Roy, Vjouv-Gouoral, J-r, FilKpatrJuk, fifllojotod ut- »asist»u|t prJoBt, Tlio chaplain to thu Bieliop of Holmyt Tpw» whs t)jp Buy, B, Jiiordan | 'nnf\ to tbo Opoilj...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CURIOUS CASE OF STICKING UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1866

CURIOUS CASE OF STICKING UP. A curious oase of sticking up is tnus reported to the Tarrengower Times by Mr. Griffith, manager: of the Bunk of Victoria, Maldon : — 'On Saturday evening, at about a quarter past six o'clock, he was on the road to Castlemaine — driving, a horse and ggy — and about three quarters of a mile. on the astlmaaine side of the Orrville Hotel, a man emerged from the bush, being armed with a double barrelled revolver, and haviog brape over his face He seized. hold of the reins, and, presenting the pistol, demanded of Mr Griffith to hand over his money. The latter refused ; when the footpad turned the horse arid vehicle into the bash, arid after proceeding a few yards, jumped into , the baggy, and still demanding money, produced a ropo with which he said he would tie up Mr Griffith, and:, would blow his brains out if he was not.. quiet and did not 'stop his 'chaff;' farther remarking- thai 1 you fvant aomo' of us ? Sydney, bojs over here— - you're getting' too Has...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MURDEROUS ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1866

'murBekods assault. The. dying- depositions of the man named Latham, who was so brutally assaulted at his hut on Mr Raleigh's station, near Ray wood, were tuken. .on Thuraday. iiigbt, »t the hospital, by Mr M'Laoh lan; P.M. From these it appears that Latham , was at one time a druggist in Liverpool, auu lie has a son iu that trade there at present.' . Hevwis engaged by Mr Raleigh aa a shepherd, and the hut he . inhabited i$ known, .as the .'Thunder Hut,' and is situated two arid a^half miles from the home station. On Saturday, last, Latham was in his hut, when another shepherd, who resided with, him, came in, accompanied by a ' tramp.' Supper was provided, by Latham, and th'e traveller, waa invited -to stay for the, night. .;,.&: conversation arose . about the Feriian'si^. who ap peared to be greatly idnaired by the tramp, -but were no favorites of Latham, whicli resulted in the: tramp assanltiug the latter, who was . knocked down and brutally kicked. All this time the other...

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THE VICTORIAN POULTRY SOCIETY'S ANNUAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1866

THE VICTORIAN POULTRY SOCIETY'S ANNUAL SHOW. s This very self-reliant and deserving society -is now holding its' fifth annual exhibition of poultry, rabbits, and song-birds, at the newly-erected room, known as the Australian Hall, nearly opposite the Theatre Eoyal, in Bourke-street. The change from St. George's Hall, in whioh the later shows were held, is decidedly good, for visitors can now promenade and pursue their course of inspection without being snbjacted to the crowding they had formerly to submit to when desirous of gaining a sight of some remarkable pen. The show was open on the 2nd inat., from noon until ten p.m. Since the occurrence of the first show a most deoided change has taken place in the cha racter and quality of the poultry exhibited, and this is due almost entirely to the spirit of emula tion evoked by the society's operations. The beaten competitor 'of one year avenges his defeat by resort to importations of superior stock fromEngland or elsewhere ; and thns'on...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EXTENSIVE BURGLARY AT BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1866

EXTENSIVE BURGLARY AT BENDIGO. One of themost extensive burglaries which have been committed in -this district for some' years was perpetrated between Thursday night and Friday morning, at the shop of Mr Bradley, watchmaker ? . and jeweller, High-Btreet. It appears that,-^hortiy . after eleven o'clook en Thursday night, Mr Brad ? ley retired to rest with his family, leaving the stook in his shop, in the portion it usually occupied. The shop and a small adjoining parlor and back room form .the ground floor of the house, the sleeping apartments being upstairs. Running alongside^ the ' house is a right-of-way or' passage, which divides / the .house from the Daniel O'Connell Hotel. From the small parlor a window looks out on the passage referred to, and with the parlor the shop communi cates. When Mr Bradley retired upstairs to rest with his family, the shop door was looked on the inside, and the window of the parlor fastened, all the doors of the rooms being left open, according te ? h...

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