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THE MONTH [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1866

THE MONTH : The R.M.S. Ellora arrived in Hobson's Bay on the evening of Monday, the 13th inst., bringing intelligence of war on the Continent of Europe, and the restoration of the English money market to a healthier tone. The first Panama mail steamer, the Rakaia, arrived at Syd ney on the 1st inat. She left Southampton a week after.the P. and' 0. Com pany's vessel, and the1 mails arrived at Sydney just a fortnight later. For a first voyage, the speed is satisfactory, bat, , for Bucoess, her time tnnsfc be considerably shortened . The latest English dates brought by the Bakaia -were to the 2nd of June, and New York to the llthr , :-: '.-'?? The reception accorded to his Excellenoy, our new -Governor, ought I have been as gratifying to him as it was certainly creditable to the com munity over which he has come to preside. At the installation there 'was ; coardely any attempt at the pomp and pageantry which usually attend , State ceremonials ; but the lack of ' got-up ' enthusiasm was...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOROUGH COUNCIL ELECTIONS. THURSDAY, 9TH AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1866

BOROUGH COUNCIL ELECTIONS. Thubsday, 9th August.-. The elections for the' several borough councils took place on 9 th insV With the exception of two or three instances, there was but little excitement manifested in the events of the day. Below we ? give the results :: — SANDKCpOE. . . There being no opposition in this borough, the ? mayor, at twelve o'clock, on'Thursday, declared the three candidates, Mr ? J. K. B; Plummer, and ex Crs. Kelly and Morley, duly elected. EMERAIiD-HILL. As there was no opposition in. this borough .to the election of the three candidates nominated to till the annual vacancies in the council, the mayor oh Thursday declared Messrs Roy, Whiteman and Ireland duly eleoted. : The day was notj hawevor, suffered to pass over without an election contest, as an extraordinary ?yaoanoy had occurred consequent upon the resignation of Cr. Rees, who haa loft the colony. The. candidates for. this vacancy were Mr Patrick Ward and Mr B. N. Sandilands ; the election resulti...

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

THE SINKING- 03? THE' CUM^EEOONA^ The season 1866'toIIl long be remembered by niasters' of .yessels rplying - priL ,tU'e~ Mur'rJiy, iroin the ''series of disasters wJiichJ.:has marked its commence- . , nient.',' Scarcely had we recbrde'd the sinkinc' of the Enaeavorjbefore'the iiaws arnved of tte' submersion ? of: -the-'!Lady.'B'ar4rigV-'atid^h'at'''Vessel,. after Jini&nite pains hdd.been (taken'M raisirigheip,' sank!iga^'3ri the continuance : of her i voyage. ??' We ' only jublishecl the intelligence that she waB again' under st'dainj 'iii our lftjt issue, ?' and. now 'it is :? our province^-to record the sinking of tbe Cumbbl?ooria,?the-'ye^sel 'whose attributes' we have 'c'arcely ^ ^ had ' time $6'\ praise. ? This boat is thD property ?oftKe'.Albriry Steam' Na vigation Cumpany; and was only ?recenitly'.'Jaunched , at Eohuca, rnakirig :' her' ;: tiiol 'trip v-a fortnight . ago.' The present' was her ? firsts passage !with cargo. Fears were expressed thatViri. trie :'low et...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WRECK OF THE BLACK BALL LINES NETHERBY ON KING'S ISLAND. LOSS OF THE NETHERBY. OFFICIAL REPORT OF CAPTAIN OWEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1866

WRECK OF THE BLACK BA'LL LINEAR NETHERBY, ON KING'S IS LAN D.-Sss seed: page.. LOSS OF THE NETHERBY     OFFICIAL REPORT OF CAPTAIN OWEN. The following is an official report by Captain Owen, late master of the Queensland Government   immigrant ship Netherby, which recently was wrecked on King's Island. The narrative it will be be seen, commences with the day of the casualty. :         15th July (nautical time), lat. (noon) 40° 5' S. ; long. 14° 32' E. (This is by reckoning, as no ob- servation could be obtained for some days pre-   viously.) At two p.m. in the afternoon of this day, the wind from S. to S/W., thick, with some small rain. Steered N.E. by E. till four p.m., when the course was altered to N.E.. ½ E.; slight passing showers. A little before sunset, the ho- rizon was comparatively clear. No land appearing in   view, it was not anticipated that it was so near...

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

ARRIVAL OP - HIS , EXCELLENCY THE GOYJBRNOR. - ; J Tha late hour at which the, R.M.S. EHora oast anchor in Hobsoh's ? Bay on Monday; necessitated d postponement of the demonstration which, as loyal subjects of her Most Gracious flilujesty, we are ever ready to pay to her . representative. ; ; The Pharos steamer was 'placed At the service of ; his Excellency .the Acting- Governor, General. Carey, and- 'the , Cabinet, . and jit eight p;m., steamed in the direotiou of the lightship, off. Williainstown, with his Excellency and Lieut. - Colonel Tuppori Colonel Anderson, and Lieut. - Colonel Rede, and the following members of the Cabinet :— The Chief Secretary, the AttorneyGene ral, the Commissioner of Custbnis, the Minister of Justice, the Minister of Mines), and the Commissioner of Public Works. When the Pharos was abreast of the Williamstown lighthouse, the mail steamer hove in eight, and fired two guns to intimate that she hud reached her anchorage. The Viotoria steamer, in response, ...

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

VITAL STATISTICS OF MELBOURNE AND:: ? THE SUBURBS. The Eegistrar'-Generars report on the vital statistics of Melbourne and the suburbs for the month and quarter ending the 30th of June last is published in the Government Gazelle. Tho number of deaths during the month wus 811, of which 190 were males and 161 females. The deaths of children under.five years of age numbered 140, of which 79, or about 56 per : cent., were of s males, and 61, or nearly 44 per cent., were of females. .. Of those dying, 64 were under one year of ago, .31 were between one and two years, 19 were between two and, three, 13 were between three and fi-ur, and 13 were between four nnd live. The persons dying at a more advanced age than five years numbered 201, of which 111, . ? or about 55^ per -cent., 'were males, and 90, or nearly 45 per cent.,' wore females ; twenty five were between five and tenyenrs, 5 were between ten andfifteen, 4 were between fifteen and twenty, 21 were between - twenty and twenty-five, 2...

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

IRREGULARITIES ON BOARD THE SHIP PALM TREE.         At the Williamstown court, on 31st ult. Mr D W Gorsett, immigration officer, appeared to prosecute William Griffiths, master of the Blackbell Line Ship Palm Tree, for breach of the 35th section of the   Imperial Passengers Act. in not supplying his pas- sengers with sufficiency of provisions, and proper         quantity of water.           There werff-'tfirty^wb ' witnbssea ready to be ex amined, but ?the:efyiaenfce of'i'ohly'a few Wad taken, as it was all totn:e/SameJ'eifeot:1 : ? -rf '''' '' '' -'? ''?'-% ? Mr Read undert'o^kffie'iiefenoe. ? Mr Gossett'-mpreavftie'Witiieas-box, an'd, being sworn, stated-tbat on 'the''27th-xiU. lie boarded tho Palm Troe,'1 afld'|oiin^v8b^; had on1- board r266& statute udnltByA'tb'eriiby being; ;a 'paBsenger shi...

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

DARING BURGLARY. We have to record the particulars of one of the most ? daring burglaries that ever took place in this city. On Saturday evening last, the detectives, from information received, kept a close watch upon the premises of Messrs Kilpatrick, jewellers, in Col lins-street, but it would almost appear that they had purposely been placed off the scent, for, while they were ou the look-out at Messrs Kilpatrick's, the burglary, was being effected higher up the street, at Messrs Brush and Macdorinell's. Frem an examina tion of the premises, and the statemont of the shop man who discovered the burglars, it would appear that, early on Sunday morning, an entrance was effected through the door of Messrs Burke nnd Ollard|s office in the next building ; this they did by picking the look. Having closed, this door behind them', they got through a window in the office facing a bye-way upon the other side of which the building is situated,' in which Messrs Brush and Macdonnell have .their...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. VESSELS ARRIVED AT THE PORT OF MELBOURNE SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE JULY MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 August 1866

SHIPPING tf OK THE MONTH. ? i^ ? ? ? . VESSELS ARRIVED AT THE PORT OF MEL BOURNE SINCE, THE DEPARTURE OF THE JULY MAIL. July. -','- ? '?' -?'? ? ' ?'??'.', ; 27. Tornado, ship, 'White Star Lino, 1720 tons, S. Underwood, from Liverpool. Lorimer, Marwood and Rome, agents. '„ ?'-- 27. Palm Tree, snip, Black Bail Line, 1472 tons, W. Griffith, from Liverpool. Dr. J. Hill, surgeon superintendent. ? 27. Madras, P. and O. Company's B. M. S.S., idOO tone; A. B. Farquhor, from Sydney. W. C. Clif ton, agent. ,.- 28. Admiral Fitzroy, barquo, 377 tons, W. Ching, frem Mauritius. JoshuB Brothers, agents. . ? 28.' True Briton, ship, 1100 tons, G. H.Bawn, from London via Plymouth. W. P. White and Co., : agents. - - * ' ' 28. Lady Egidia, ship, 1239 tons, W. A. Curry, from : London. Holmes, White and Co., agents. , 28. Orion, barque, 587 tons, Or. F. Cook, from Boston. Osborne, Cashing and Co., agents. 29. Mario, French barque, 385 tons, M. Monbourquet,. from Bordeaux, via Gharento. Bligh and Har bot...

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

THE UPPER DARGO. The recent favorable change in the weather, which has cleared away much of tho snow lying on the main divide, and once more opened the Harriet- vale track, has imparted fresh life to this Alpine district, and infused greater activity into reefing operations.         The great event of the month has been the christening and starting of the Morning Star ma- chinery, on the reef of that name discovered and held by Messrs Mcnamara, Toland and, Co. This took place on the 2nd inst., when the orthodox bottle of brandy was broken upon the, fly-wheel by Mrs Macnamara, and four stamps of 7 cwt each, pealed forth music acceptable alike to   shareholders and all interested in the wel- fare of the locality. The health of the     manager, Mr Jas. Cottew, was proposed, and drank enthusiastically, and having been duly responded to by that gentleman, other toasts, connected with the various in...

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

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. BIRTHS. BOGLE— At Breckinhill Lodge, Elsternwick, on the 15th inst., Mrs Andrew Bogle, of a son. INGLIS.— On the 12th inst., at No. 1 Leigh-terrace, Bay-street, Sandridge, the wife of the Rev. J. W. Inglis, of daughter.     MITCHELL. — On the 1st inst., at 36 Hotham-street, Mrs John Mitchell, of a daughter. STIRLING. — On the 25th inst., at her residence, Globe Hotel, Lydiard-street, Ballaarat, the wife of Mr James Stirling, of a son.   WILSON.— On the 1st inst., at her residence, Frank lin-street, Melbourne, Mrs D. Wilson, of a son. MARRIAGES.     BROOKS— WALTON.— On the 24th ult., at the house of the bride's mother, by the Rev. John Har- court, Henry, eldest son of the late Mr Joseph Brooks, of Denmark-hill, Upper Hawthorn, to Ann, eldest daughter of Mrs Sarah Walton, Hawthorn.     FORDICE—FORSTER. — On the 2nd inst., at the     &am...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POST OFFICE NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 September 1866

POST-OFFICE NOTICE.^ ?' '- ? ? The Royal Mai^ steamship Ellora;v^will bo $o opatclied with tho mails for Western Australia, Point de Galle, India, China, and tho East, Aden, Mauritius,. Bonnion, Natal, Cape of Good Hope, Sue::, tho Medi terranean ports, Europe, America, and tllo United Kingdom. The times appointed for closing are — . ; i = For registered letters, at six p.m. on Thursday, the 27th inBt. t I .. ' For newspapers (via Marseilles excepted), atsix'p.m.' on Thursday, the 27th.inst. i. ? For ordinary lettors, at ten a.m. on Friday, the 28th inst. , , - - For newspapers,' via Marseilles, at ten Cm. en Friday, the 28th inBt. , ., Late letters will be received as under, provided tho postage and fee ore fully prepaid by postago stamps: — For France or foreign countries via France, at the Gonor&l Post Offico only, from ten to half -past - ten .a.m.; tee, 3d; from half -past ton to eleven a.m., 'ftwvdd. -... f . i-Westom Australia, Point de Galle, India, China, and 'the E...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A NEW INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 September 1866

A: NEW INDUSTRY. We have lately inspected some specimens of heraldic painting, executed for the Intercolonial exhibition, by Mr Thomas Stevenson, and which may now be seen at the ' establishment of Messra Stevenson und Elliott, carriage builders, King-street. No doubt, many of our readers will be surprised to learn that Melbourne possesses even one professor of this rare 'arid difficult art, and those who take the trouble to ex amine his wdrfa-.tTCill he , still more agreeably as- ..- tonished at the1 taste and skill displayed, especially considering the scant encouragement of such labor', in a new country. Among Mr Stevenson's sped- ? mens will be found the armorial, bearing's of many a, noble family in Great Britain, and {what will pro bably be of more immediate interest) those of eeve 'ral. persons well known to colonial fame. ,For,. ?example, there is Sir Cjharjes Dariirig's oreB't,' surrounded by the insignia .of the Bath.. The crest of bnr late G-p'verribr may be thus de scrib...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 September 1866

NEW ZEALAND. Humored Death op William Thompson. — 'A report reached us last evening, that the ehiof, Wil liam Thompson, was dead. The information 'was ibrought' to Auckland by a gentleman from Wai kato, who reoeived the nows thro%ugh native souroes. We may state that, on making- inquiries from the natives in town, we found that they had not heard pf the event. Wo feel inclined to put greater re liance oh the'tidings from the fact that Thompson has, lately been in very precarious health. — Sotit/iern. Cross, September 1. — The same journal says :— ' In our last summary, we stated that WillianY Thoinp'son, the celebrated Maori chief of Waikato, had gone to Wellington. While there, he was examined before a. committee of the House of Representatives, with roforenco to a petition which he had sent .to the Assembly, and which will be found elsewhere. On Monday, tho 13th August, a dinner was given at Osgood's Hotel, to William Thompson and V his native companions, by Messrs Featherston, Wh...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MARYSVILLE AND NEW CHUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 September 1866

MARYSVILIiE ANDf NEW CHUM. On the road to Wood's Point, known aa the Ysrra track, many little townships have sprung up within the past two. years, and storekeepers have, experienced ft few of the upB and downs of Victorian life. We give two. illustrations, the first of which shows the bustle with which oar colonial traders seize on a location in the bush when they have an idea that the traffic of a district will have to pass the spot selected. In the county of Anglesey, on the Steavenson. River, .about sixty-five miles from Melbourne,. and forty- two from Matlock, and situated in denBO bush, the postal town of Marysville thus sprung up. A little gold has been found in a small creek about 12 miles distant, and the color had been seen in other contiguous parts ; there is also a belief that gold-bearing quartz in paying quantities will be found on the Steavenson, whioh expectations, if realised, will, ioon convert the desert into a fruitful place. ? The second illustration gives the ot...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ATTEMPTED MURDER AT BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 September 1866

ATTEMPTED MURDER ' AT BRUNSWICK. Considerable excitement was created at Bruns wick, en': the* evening of .Tuesday, 'the it!1 Mist.,', by *:; the'V report of an '.' a teinp ted murder. The report' unfortunately * turned ?out -.to' 'bo true, the'j victim 'being' in ? srioli a state, from- 'the injuries ''received from 'his assailant, ,-? that his life was despaired of, and bnt faint , hopes are even now entertained of his recovery. ? It would .ppear that at about five o'clock on Tuesday ' 'afternoon,* a- man named Jobn; paly, who is a farmer, an d very wellrknown in Bruns wick, where' he has feBided for & number of yeara, was returning, home from Melbourne, where he had been engaging a farm laborer, and when passing the house of Mr Gray, bnckmaker, he entered ; the yard, and ' by ' his conduct occasioned: some alarm among . Mr Gray's children: It was stated that he was. under the influence of drink ac the time, but though his behavior was that* of a man maddened by spirits, th...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TERRIBLE BOAT ACCIDENT ON THE MANUKAU—TEN PERSONS DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 September 1866

'TERRIBLE ' BOAT ' ; ACCIDENT ON THE j ; MANUKAU-^-TEN PERSONS DROWNED.' iFROM THE SOtiTHEBN CROSS'. AUG. 15.1 ' ?' ;Qne;of the most melancholy boat ncoideufs we! hdyo reobrded.for some' time past,* was reported Jn town, yesterday, caused by the capsizing of a ferry boat oh .the JMariak^uj daring the heavy weather of the previous moaning. The boat contained twelve persons, 'two of whom, the only survivors of the sail occurrence, arrived at Onehunga yesterday : and from them wu learn tlie following narrative of the event. The' ferry-boat Mystery, plying between Onehunga and Awitn, a distance of nbont fifteen miles, left Garland's Greek, Awituj at eleven a.m. on Monday, having on board ten passengers, and the body of George Westfall; a bushmau, who died suddonly at AwiW on, Friday lost. The remains wore being brought- up for interment,- und wore accompanied by deceased's '.-ynte: and family, ' consisting of three' children,' deceased's wife's sister (Mrs Reynolds), her husband; 'und o...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ALMOST STARVED TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 September 1866

? '5IiRiO*Slr^TAR:v'iliD TO 15EATH. A very Bad oase of destitution wan presented at the Sandhurst district police court A man named John Butler waB brought before the bench by Constable' Nolan, charged with wilful starva tion; ofyhis children. The evidence disclosed the following^ facts. Butler was the owner of some cows, and had been carrying on the business of a dairyman near Robinson Crusoe Gully. Cironm stanoes had not prospered with him for the last two years, and,, the result was that his wife and five chUdreH— the eldest'.asgirl between ten and eleven years of age, and the youngest a baby in arms, were reduced to starvation. Several .neighbors stated that for days, as they had ascertained, the poor children had nothing to eat, that they had aotually been;, seen devouring ''roots, weeds, and grass,' to .satisfy the cravings of hunger ; that they were ..without- any clothes to cover them, and. that at night .they huddled to gother without a.-stitoh of qlotues to keep them warm....

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TAUPO, OR WAIKATO LAKE, PROVINCE OF AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 September 1866

rTAtfPO.OR WAIKATO LAKEjiROVINCE OF : AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND. ' This lake,: situated almost within centre of the 1 North Island, is'. of considerable extent, and about 1330 ? feet above -the level of .the ''sea. . ; The natives are ..afraid to trust themselves on it whenever there is the -slightest indication of bad weather. . It being a large basin, oh most sides surrounded by high cliffsj which are divided by gulleys; the 'waves are frequently very high, and prove dangerous to the canoes, at the south west end of the lake. At the detta of the Waiiato there is a nairow belt of land; on-'whica the native' village of Te Bapa stands, and behind it\the .mountain of the same name, from 'which the accompanying'view is taken. From this mountain a noise- is constantly:' heard resembling the working of a steam engine, or the blast of an iron foundry. The ground is of a high : temperature ; the surface is often bare,' and formed - of ared, or white clay of a soft 'and alkaline nature, which ....

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PERSEVERANCE REWARDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 September 1866

PERSEVERANCE REWARDED. 'Walker and Co., of Bendigo, wbe held acclaim ob the Robert Burns reef,, near Staoker'a claim on the Johnson's line, crushed 70 tons lately, at the Shellback engine, and obtained a cake of gold, exhibited at the Oriental Bank, Eagle hawk, on Saturday, weighing 144 oz 2 dwt 21 gr. The reef from which this stone was obtained has only recently been struck, and is fourteen feet wide; The stone crushed was not picked, bat was taken the whole breadth, the result showing 'that the average yield per ton is over 2 oz. Mr Walker has, for the: last nine years, been working steadily for a paying reef, and has tried various lines, bat has never been successful until, now. He calculates that he has sunk shafts enough in the nine years to reaoh from Eaglehawk to the One Tree-hill; this, perhaps, is a little 'exaggeration, but no doubt he has done a groat deal of work in the time mentioned, as he is a sober, steady, bard worker. Thereof which he how has got he, anticipates wi...

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