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Sketches with Pencil AT THE FOOTBALL MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian Sketcher with Pen and Pencil — 7 July 1877
AT THE FOOTBALL MATCH. &nbsp; There are no more popular out-door gatherings in winter time than those which take place on Saturday afternoons in Richmond-paddock to witness the football strife which on such occasions is in progress there. These contests attract an attendance which includes all classes, and sometimes numbers as many as 10,000 persons. The winter fashions displayed by ladies always find their full exemplification here, and many such an interesting group can be witnessed as that which our artist has depicted in our front engraving. HIS EXCELLENCY SIR ARTHUR EDWARD KENNEDY, K.C.M.G. GOVERNOR OF QUEENSLAND. &nbsp; Sir A. E. Kennedy, the Governor of Queensland, was educated at Trinity College, Dublin, and entered the army as ensign in the 11th Regiment in 1827. In 1832 he received a lieutenancy, and in 1840 he was promoted to be captain in the 68th Light Infantry. In 1846, while still in the &nbsp; army, he was selected to fill the office of county...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian Sketcher with Pen and Pencil — 7 July 1877
BIRTHS. &nbsp; HUDDY.—On the 20th May, at Tunbridge, Kent, England, the wife of George &nbsp; &nbsp; R. Huddy of a daughter. &nbsp; &nbsp; TANDY.—On the 11th. ult., at Twyford-street, Williamstown, the wife the &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Lieutenant G. P. Tandy of a daughter. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; WRIXON—On the 16th ult., at Rabeen, Studley-park, Mrs. H. J. Wrixon of a &nbsp; &nbsp; son. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; MARRIAGE. MARSHALL—CRAMP.—On the 10th ult. at St. Thomas's Episcopal Church, &nbsp; &nbsp; Toowong, by the Right Rev. Deacon Glennie, Robert Marshall, Pollok- &nbsp; shields, Glasgow, to Lydia, youngest daughter of Joseph Cramp, Esq., Harbury, Warwickshire, England. &nbsp; DEATHS. Agg.—On the 19th...
Facts V Scraps [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian Sketcher with Pen and Pencil — 7 July 1877
In South Australia there are 247 public schools. Snow fell in large quantities in Ballarat on June 12 A new theatre is to be erected at Wellington, New Zealand. The ship Airlie arrived at South Australia on June 13, with 463 immigrants on board. The agricultural returns of Tasmania show a surplus of 184 527 bushels of wheat available for export. Tickets are to be issued on the Victorian lines available for any day. &nbsp; The steamer Lubra was stranded on the Warrnambool beach on June 18. Inspector Culkin, who has been 24 years in the police force, has resigned. It has been decided to open the St. Arnaud Mechanics' Institute on Sunday, afternoons. The brig Peri foundered off Queensland on June 13. The crew were saved. The N.S.W. Government intend to introduce the block system on their rail ways.. The Leport station, at Lyttelton, N.Z., was destroyed by fire on June 17. The loss is estimated at £10,000. The ship Sword fish lately arrived from Liverpool at Sydney after a voyag...
ALLEGED MURDER OF A SHIP CAPTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian Sketcher with Pen and Pencil — 4 August 1877
ALLEGED MURDER OF A SHIP CAPTAIN. An extraordinary rumour gained currency on July 18, to the effect that foul play had taken place recently on board the British ship Alum bagb, which was then lying at QueerisclifF. The former commander of the vesael, the late Captain Pratt, is the alleged victim, ana it is further stated that Captain James Hogg, the succeeding master, was also in danger of losing his life. The Alumbftgb, under the command of Captain Pratt, arrived at Adelaide on ib« 16th March laBt, with a large Dumber of emigrants from London. In charge of the same master, she sailed on the 10th May for Newcastle, and during this voyage Captain Pratt died and was buried at sea. The duty of managing the vessel then devolved upon the chief officer, Frederick Abington, who brought her to Newcastle on the 5th June. It was said that the deceased captain had been drinking rather freely; arid that this had resulted in or facilitated his death. Captain Hogg wan sent on from Adelaide to fil...
THE CHINESE DIFFICULTY IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian Sketcher with Pen and Pencil — 4 August 1877
THE CHINESE DIFFICULTY IN QUEENSLAND. Thb Brisbane correspondent of The Argus, writing on June 23, says of this subject :— With respect to tbe Chinese difficulty, the dilemma in which tbe Government had been placed by tbe tenor of Lord Carnarvon's despatch, explaining bis reason! for disallowing tbe Gold-fields Amendment Act, passed last Bession specially to prevent tbe iullox of Chinese, appeared one from which extrication would be almost impossible. Nothing else was looked for but a sort of mild defiance— Mr. Doualasa influence insuring the mildness— to 'Downing-street,' and a re-enactment of a measure almost identical with the one objected to. The prospect was not one to be regarded with complacency, because defiance to Downing-street is one of those cries which can be readily worked up into noisy popularity by dexterous handling of the Irinh element and of the young colonials. A Ministry disposed to hold office for office' sake could carry on very comfortably with a quarrel with...
CAPTAIN PANTER'S RESIGNATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian Sketcher with Pen and Pencil — 4 August 1877
CAPTAIN PANTER'S RESIGNATION. We notice elsewhere the circumstances which led to Captain Panter's resignation of the command of tbe Cerberus. Weeubjoin bere the letter in which Captain Panter's resignation was con. vesed to the Ministeft^^ '#? — H.M.S. Cerberus, June 30, 1877. Sir,— Oh.t.the 19th insr,.!.I received a letter from the Under. Treaeurer,;No 3,720, of the 18th inst.^ informing me tbat the hon. the Treasurer proposed to appoint Mr. Tandy, late of tbe Victoria, to the Cerbeius, at a salary of £400 per annum, and to remove Mr Turner from the Cerberus to the Nelson, with a salary of £350 per annum. On the 25th iost, in acknowledging this letter, I seated for the information of tbe hon. theTreasurerthatl i was convinced tbat Mr, Tandy was not qualified for the important position it was proposed to give him. and that his; appointment would be in the bigheBt degree injurious, to tbe efficiency of the Cerberuo. I also stated that I deemed it my duty.as the senior naval officer, ...
THE TANDY CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian Sketcher with Pen and Pencil — 4 August 1877
THE TANDY CORRESPONDENCE. Thb papers relating toLieutenantTandy's original appointment to the Victoria, and the circumstances under which bis services were subsequently dispensed with, were laid on the table of the Assembly on July 17. Mr. Tandy was appointed as gunuer of the Victoria in September, 1866, at a salary of £250 per annum, and in 1871, on the recommendation of Captain , Panter, , commanding naval forces, Mr, Tandy received a commission of lieutenant in tbe Victorian Navy. So fur there appears to have been no complaint, bnt in December, 1875, Mr. Tandy, then in the surveying vessel Victoria, wrote to his superior officer. Staff commander Stanley, R.N., warning him against taking his ship in too close proximity to the known and reported dangers than was absolutely necessary, and when the boats could bave been used instead. Captain Stanley enclosed tbis communication to tb#» Commissioner of Customs, with the statement that Mr. Tandy's services on board the Victoria could be...
THE REVENUE RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian Sketcher with Pen and Pencil — 4 August 1877
THE REVENUE RETURNS. An analysis of the revenue returns up to tbe end of June last'! discloBes several interesting particular*. The totali, revenue fnr the quarter was £1,151325 16s. lid., as compared -ith £1.148.340 133, 7d. for the corresponding period in ^he previous year, showing an increase en the qnarter of £2,985;39. 41. , The revenue for the year wan £4,514,121 6s. 8d.. »n »eainnt £4,325 156 9i. Id. for the year 1876, an increase of £188,964 17s. 7d. The amount estimated by Sir James M'Cullocfa, the Treasurer, ia his budget speech was £4,385,716, an estimate more than realised. The receipts from Customs amounted to £403 217 for tbe quarter, a decrease of £14,360 on the corresponding period of tbe previous year.] For the yeur the revenue from thin pource was £1,631,832, a .decrease on tbe previous year of £25,956. The Treasurer's estimate was £1,639,050. which was not realised by £7.218, arising from the falling off in the spirit duties, over estimated by him to the extent: o...
THE ESTIMATES OF 1877-8. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian Sketcher with Pen and Pencil — 4 August 1877
THE ESTIMATES OF 1877-8. The Estimates of Expenditure for the service nf 1877-8 were laid on the table of 'the Legislative Assembly on July 17. The, public works vote aud the prospecting vote are not included In the Estimates, which consist chiefly of the ordinary departmental expenditure. The total amount to be provided for is;£?,93Q,717, In the Chief Secretary's department;, for which £63Q,8lli is. required, there is an increase of £10,700, owing to the enlarge, ment of the votes for the police and the lunatic asylums, the former absorbing £5,214 and tbe latter £4,256 , extra. Tbe expenditure on account of scab prevention ana diseases in stock ?hows* redaction of £2,89% Th« Minister of Public Instruction ? asks for £484,599, which ia £32,027 more than tbe sum required by him last year. The increase is pretty generally distributed over the various beads of expenditure. No provision ifl made in the estimate for the salary of Professor PeaTson. In the depart, ments of Attorney- Gener...
Sketched with Pencil DRAWING A £2,000 SWEEP ON THE MELBOURNE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian Sketcher with Pen and Pencil — 4 August 1877
DRAWING A £2,000 SWEEP ON THE MELBOURNE CUP. It is pretty well known now that in Melbourne several very large sweepstakes ' on the Melbourne Cup are got up annually, and the rapidity with which they fill up, and the interest taken in the drawing, show plainly that the spirit of gambling is still 'at large' in the heart of the com munity. Uur front cut this month is a sketch from life of one of these stances — the drawing of a £2,000 sweep on the Cup. The process is very simple. ? The committee are chosen from among the subscribers by ballot, and invited to meet at the house of the 'getter up' on a certain evening. Our artist was one of these privileged few. At 8 o'clock, 30 subscribers having assembled, a chairman was elected, and then two scrutineers. T,woithqusand marbles, with the numbers cut in. .plain figures -Qn [them, are handed - round, in trays of lOOeach, to the members of tthe committee for the purpose of being counted. This done, they are placed in the barrel— a very nea...
Sketches with Pen LOSS OF THE STEAM COLLIER YARRA YARRA AND ALL HANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian Sketcher with Pen and Pencil — 4 August 1877
^i~~ ? 'v'' ? *£=~^' ? '' ' ' ''''*' '''^Mi5 LOSS OF THE &TEAM COLLIER YARRA YARRA -? AND ALL HANDS. .... Of this deplorable disaiiter, which poowred 'at Newcastle, NSW., on Sunday, July 15. the correspondent of the Sydney corning .&eraldt gave the following particulars : -' A heavy southeast gala set In shortly after G o'clock on Saturday evening. ?no continued to Increase as the night wore ou. At midnight the wind, blew with great fury, accompanied with heavy down Pour* of win, and continued with unabated fary until Sunday morning, when, shortly after daylight, the wind Bomewhat moderated, although blowing in frequent and heavy squalls *Btal ???htfall, when the Weather took np; The casualties in '-e harbour are not ?«»*-, but it is otherwise with vessels «ntdide who had to iftaud the buffeting of the i norm during «no long night. Shorty), before 7 o'clock on Sunda| morning the 'team collier Yarra Yarra, Captain William SuinmerbelJ, Jan., was observed running back t...