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A TRIP TO THE BADGER CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

A T$fl»CEEEK. j |foredlgr*4erito tonattoeyoaogNlmon totorirnewhome,*n4*>*e tpasplore-aome oTtoe ri«am»ef the Uppar YarTsia March <oi.grayllng, Igtartedfor the Bidger Creek on Friday U*t, In company with an entta slasto) toother,of too aoglc. Steeping at Yettag the first nlght,welsfc **tly the nest jiiioreingfortoe orpsk.by the new route to Wood's Pofnt, oiofetog the Yarn at the bridge near the oonflaenoe dl the Watte. The road le hlghlrptotureaque, and for the first part of It tolerably food, though the noes train* had .rendered the dteoent to the bridge rather slippery. On the right bank of toe Yam toe foaek skirts voond anextan sire stretch of swampy ground, subject ap parently to' periodical flooding. After a rough and tedioui drive of three mltei, In tbeoouree of which we nearly oeme to grief, by beeping too low down into the twsmp, we reached the Badger about midday, and I Immediately proceeded to. Inspect the plaoe where theeelmon an domiciled. The creek | lteelf...

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

FLORAL FANCIES THE CABNATION. Ae botanisis were very happy in the selec tion of atones a scientifieand poetical name for the fragrant family of flowers in which ii included the beautiful plant concerning which we would now offer a few practical remarks. Tbe"diTineflower" (dio*and emttot) ia an appel lation equally deserved by the beauty of ita form and colouring, in its perfection under akilful cnltnre, and ita exqniaite perfume at all times. We stm retain our old English loTe for this fragrant beauty, but with a most ungrateful neglect. The climate, with a little care, is well adapted to the development of ita fair qualities, and (here is no reason why we should not rival the former excellence of Northern France in this culture, and produce endless varieties of first-rate carnations and piootees. The diantbns of the florist had probably a North' African' origin, the old species known as Tunica, "or in France called Berbefamgue, belnjj most' likely the floral ancestor, with varietie...

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

BOYAL SOCIETY OF VICTORIA. 4 The annuel meeting of Uie Eoyel Sodetr fef. VlctarU ml held on *1 i ikJ idcI^u'b hall, Victoria-street, Profowor M^n &echalr: About twenty member* hon. secretary,reed thei annuel rtport of the aoclely,*hloh nee M follow " The period for which yonr council have now the honour to (uhmlt 'heir report. ll In cluded between the 14th of March fart (™n they, with the various offioe-bMrew were elected) and the preeent date. Doling this ! thewciety hk, held ten ordinary meet Inge, at all of which there ha^generaMy.been a eocle pretty full attendance of membore. The don* ilonif ?orf ved from foreign©ortwpoudiugeocle tlee.and privatedoiomhereand abroad.»«' prise HJVenty-four bortce and pamphlete. The rollowlng original papers have been' JSfLL' namely1 On a Genus or Coleoptera. hitherto nhfonnd in Victoria, by Mr. Archer. • On the Surfaoe and Undrtgroand Drains*? of the City of Melbourne by Mr. A. K. Smith. ' On recent determinations of the iSn^DiitMw7 to'Mr...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW ZEALAND. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

NEW ZEALAND. [BY ELECTBIC TELEGBATIL] SYDNEY. Wedctsdat. The Prince Alfred bringa Auckland news to the 1st Decenb r. The Governor bad requested Ur. Weld to form a new Ministry. The latter bad ac complished the task, the new Government confuting of Mr. Weld, Colonial Secretary: Mr. SeweU, Attorney-General; Mr. FlUher bert, Treasurer; Major Atkinson, Colonial Defence Master; Major Richardson, Poet msfter-General. The t/tu Zealand Berdti says" The open ing of the Assembly, the formation of the Weld Ministry and toe enunciation of their policy have 'formed the principal events of the month. The Ministry is composed en tirely of southern men- They hava entered office with the determination to sacrifice Auckland Interests in every possible way." 'The Governor's speech on opening the General Assembly my* "Theetsteof theoolony and the resigna tion of my ad risers have rendered it Impera tive upon me to call yon towethr*. " The thanks -of the ooloay -are due to General Cameron and Sir Wiliia...

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

TOWN HEWS. In the couiee of a discussion which took piece in committee of the Legislative As eembly on Thursday, on the proportion of the Attorney-General to introduce between thirty and foity coneolidfttiaa bill*, Mr. hi wards complained that a gentleman who received £1,000 a year and quarters from the state hod been paid £447 for assisting ia the drafting of the consolidation bill* which passed last session. The Attorney General obstrved that, lu eeUctlng gentlemen to draft the bills, he simply considered who were the best quslifisd to do the work in the most effectual way; and if the member for Colllng wood wore dissatisfied with the proceeding, he could table a motion to that effect. Mr. Gird If stone expressed the hope that the mem hir for QoUingwood would acoept the Atr tomey-Genspl's challenge. Mr. Edwards raid he show ceitatnly do so. With the summer has also come a greater demand for colonial wine than was ever known before. This is, no doubt, one of the consequences of a m...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MINING. SUMMARY OF THE WEEK'S NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

MINING. SUMMARY OF THE WEEK'S NEWS. The shower* of I*«i week were molt needed but were, unfortunately, too light on «vere> of the gold-fields to be of any per njanenteff.ot. On All ride of the dividing -nge however, the ruin luted lor tome 4 aDte! end filled many of the email rem -voire. The Pyrenees dlslriot eip sol ally Is goffering from a want of Water, ae rite epritig hee been unusually dry In It Many or the miners are leaving Darling-flat, partly from tblseaueeaud partly became no new ground has been opened lately. Mooh wu expected irem the effort* of proepectoit In the neigh bonrbood; but nun of the ipotl tried for eome time past are likely to pay. the ■improvement la the yield from rile reefe near Bedbank continue* ; but the attempt -to get up a company for draining and more effectually working the Pyreneei Beef hu -failed for the present, owing to the unreaeon eble high value set on eome of the dalme by the owner*. Thoa the erection of n pump ing engine hu been poitponnd ...

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

COUNTRY NEWS. —Lp A fatal aoojdeht ban mil on the OanetA road, bear Qeelong, on Friday night jr" older)/ mas, named John fittkatm. ».! killed oh ht» way home In $ owt oin,Ti •on. An Ihqaeet w« held on Baiurdalg! the B»/ View .Hotel, Oownhntewn. *Wu tranrplred that the defeated Ind hjg were going home together, both the woreeS*. llqoor, and that the tart oomthgln with a heap of road mttal, had thrown botTS (hem ont, and hiUadihe father on the meMl eon bring rendered quite ioteurible IwaiLj cdhIod of the brain. When fonnd ^ m" morning, the ton wai 4iqg,wnoeethew! of hie father, the latter quite dead. Thewe eoon recovered, however. the Jury retariJ a verdict of "Aocldental death." - The OrmvilU Advotmt* reoordethe follows. remarkable,lndlcatloniofprogreaiatBuyiW daleu The number of tdegrame that p*M»r through the Smythtadale offloe for the lS' month (November) w*a97j6, and for the carta, •ponding month last year, 845, ehowWg. Increase of 8801' 3M*exttabrdlh*ry incteneh due In a great m...

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

msBafBaaaagaB THEGAZETTE. -' temw *o Bum* 90* lunru* « i

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

UNIYEBSITY ENTiELLIGENCE. ntUbriu (Hllmkm nil th* WbomVibari^b>aMMwiii wm*~ ■ Mrt &.-J.O.'H: Brow, John 'PbA>bm. Cmb}, jQ-jJ. Diokfwoo, B. Ji _ * IKS* J/CSTlBKriwa,'

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

BIRTHS. Apsaiumb.—On the 6lh mat., it her residence, 105 Victoria-parade, Fiuroy, Mrs. Louis Abrahams of * eon. Dunedln and latmanlan papers please oopy. Bkr craft.—On the 5th lost., at Heathfield-cottage, Alma-road, St. KUda, the wife of George fieucraft of a eo&. Blacker*.—On the 4th Inst, at his residence, 69 Gertrude-street, Fftsroy, the wife of Mr. John Blackburn of a daughter. Ctllit.—On the 28th alt, at Talbot, Mrs. B. Oulley of a daughter. Btu..-—On the 3rd lust, at the Wesleyan Parsonage, Casltemaine, the wife or the Ber. W. Bill of a daughter. Horkr.—On the 4th lost, at Brunswick, the wife of llr. George Home of a soil Lsvt.—On the 2nd inst, si her residence, 157 EUtt beth-stree', Mrs. N. Lory of a eon, stillborn. M'Doigall.—On the 7th iost, at Upper Hawthorn, the wife of Mr. D. U'Dougall of a son. Matthews,—On ,the 4th lost, at her restdeaoe, Fits roy, Mrs. George. Matthews of a daughter, still born. Morrow.—On the 3rd inst, at ber residence, North - cole, the wif...

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

MARRIAGES. AMweov—ALfior.—Oo the 3rd ln*L, at AH Salnte*. St. fiilda, by the Rot. J. H. Gregory, James, third sen of the late Ber. Jamej Audereoa, M.A., late rector of BalJiarobe, Mayo, Ireland, to Charlotte Eliaa, second dagfcter of the late John Abop, Esq., ionmsrly of Darley Dale, Derbyshire, England AfTCRT—Wood.—On the 3rd InsL, at AH Batata Church, St. KQda. by the Ber. J. H. Qrewory, P. Wood, of ttoolh Yam. Bakdot—MacLachusk.—Oo the 9th int., at MsS bourne, by the Ber. Dr. Calm*, Charles Breoton Baaden, amjor H B.h Indian artay, son of Admiral Basdea, of Plymouth, Deron. to El tor, oldest daughter of the late Charles llacLwfilan, Esq, of HobartTOwn. Oorrra—Hassaroan.—On the 1st bat., at the boose r>f the bride's fatter, by the Ber. ft. Hamilton, John Oratta, Esq., J. P., of Aroea, to Ann, eldest I daughter of Mr. Thomas W. Hannafefd, of ritcroy. ; Ko cards. Jmam Bill.—On the 9th in*., at 81. Maryh, Ppfafa- i etna, by the Ber. A. Hanse Wyatt, If. A., asdsled by the Bar. B.C....

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

DEATHS. Drrir.—On the lod init-, «t OiWfcMI, th* wlttd Atrana (Makk DuffimiHI) eight jon. Deux.—On the Sad InsL, it her reAdran*. m/T onii Ul*><'*>VU MS HN IIIll . ■» iM WON* ColUm atieat vol. MatboonuL Mi*. Mary'Dnfau, K3kt of the fate Mr. Patrick. Dofaa. atodSftj 8i> yean. Fbh**.—On the 2nd last, at AdefaMa, jftdaffVB, Henry, ekleat ehUd of Mr. Joaeph Plihre Fa&sttt*—On the 6lh Inat, at Otrfton-boaM, WL KiWa, Henry, the eldart ton ot Mr*. W. K. Orook, wife of Dr. Crook, of ChoTtenhaw, from nopftetioo of the afdne, after Mddeot at the hatha. Houwwqeth.—At bia ifMetwe, Cfaillwulrefa,Mel bourne. to the forty Mooad year of hfa an, Mr. Edward Bok vmsth, fate of Brhteh Ihihirif nd brother of Mi. J. HoUiworth, drngyM* inadbinal^ Victoria. Jaooaa.—On the 19th nit., at Buret, Sarah laa beifa, the beloved wile ct Mr. George daoeaab, aged nineteen yean. MDosald.—On the 4lh but, at hiirwddeabe, Oeom St. UWft't-hlOi, BootkwdlMt. ■nu-Ai the Sod tnat-, nt Bronldki WBl...

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

LATEST SHABE MARKET RE- { ■•■■'PtolSL-r:'.'i;''i Meaci. BafflU and Bsttet mwt u Col low:— ■,"! [, L'v'" "" 1,1, r"• To-day tba (tOfk and abaca mufeat bw not hMo■ qulta ao Wt, 1st *tffl a rnndtaaalila'aiiadt <d fafeVvfaMtMBriV** l)*4flaha4Ji)rMMMand , Ibtioml Budu b atill ntett&ad at nfltaf nwbitw lw li adnMatotaauaaaa at oat. 'tea, ■n flra aBd -iMaadjr.wttb Hir»i j<a1telual|»a. patinittka ata »e«7 cite, ta)r«> at lifcted aateri •tXfclttnli* UatDl will , Innbnpwd miialrttehfr, :-|IU*^tete|*tei. VbtaH* rate bare an waayaiid lutein. dbtwi mod W«ttdte,.teqra*v.teM Ktrti-vwt, KM boor, InUblv «od Soottt* aadOiiteb.aiillfe Hiaal, Blanket-flat, lie»» aO'laan tn flaifnd; tat la nte«ae«etltelo<*te»advwo»Uj»ice.:.Troinbat; flff vidiylcitefl tew. til Tttnujiwitii jot itbf bavhy Imliiannl■ ion a giift tjpnfc; " Mj Wltba waatarljdJp, «W»'j»»mdllWl>aB<aa|. - imtion of tbctr proximity to u»r«ti«r. 71m Caber-: yCbqaqrtaninkMddIII*1iiiMii>i...

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

TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. SYDNEY. Futday. Mim Dickson has bain further remanded OB the charge of honaeatoiing. Mr. Wood* bar beeu elected major by a oeeting Vote. Mr. Burdekln it elected for the Williams, and Mr. Wladom for the Lowor Hunter. Mr. Wilson,Mint*tor of Lands, haa a majority at Singleton, bot several returns are uot yet in. Mr. Luou has a majority at IIsrtley.with one return jet wanting. Butineea improving. Brrndy lower; bwt brand*, 8a 64 to 9a, Adolalde floor, scarce, £88 Mb. to £23. Halie, rising. Balk ale, very firnOato Is. 10d. Teasdu.ll, and loner. The Knth ay brought 6,03S chest* and half chests ooogoaa Arrived.—tSty of Brlsbana from Brlsb me; Oily of Melbourne, from Melbjumu; Caro line, from Ho Elanga; Kathay, from Hong Kong. Sailed.—Barwon. for Newcastle; Xanthe, forLandViEnd. ADELAIDE, Fbidat. Parliament was prorogued to-day; it will probably be diseolred next month. The new Purliament will meet abont the end of March. The KngUah mali I* hourly expected. Floor la d...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEWS OF TOWN AND COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 10 December 1864

NEWS OF TOWN AND COUNTRY. Mr. Wemyre Jotaon, came ,n'f , °olJi' don with gfc Hackett. poUwm^trete, to the district Court. After a long111*'V> ?T' ! plaints against tradesmen with light welghte and cabmen plying off their PT?^.tUo(i? had been disposed of. the lietof de^c"~ m called on, when Mr. Jobson. who tad been sitting at the table waltly with moat exemplary patience. rose, and th»t before proceeding further the »» would bear him witt resped; to an order made against him in that Court on the pre vices day. He was entering into the dtams don of this matter, which seemed to hare aiieen from some proceedings taken toa enbnrban court lately, when Mr. Eactatt eatd- "If thla is all that you now wish to In terrupt the business of the Court abonh I oan't bear you, as you were heard r<*fora*T by attorney. and the case was then decided. Mr. Johaon replied—" You hare dealt me out gnnelnjrmtloeln this court on threeoecemwie. I have already written to the Minister of Justice abo...

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

NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. " S* HAiu'e " Bubjnl it very well handled, but it it loo old, and the t train of bit moraliaing it fatniiior to all readert of poetry. Jin. CotrBiNBr, lion. tecrotarj of the CaiUo* inainc Fide Practice Aasociatlon, informt ut that bv eomc mistake a wronfj name wit gii-en iflit woek in tlie priie-liit of tlieif lnelcli. The name should hare been Pri rate Stewart, and not Prirate Hunt.

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

SAXBTB DAYS. 1864.—Drocmber.—18, 80, 87. 1865.—January.—8,9,16,84,80. [The 29th and 80th mejr prow ■ ren troublesome period, with retf high tide on the 89th.] „ jcbnort.—5,18,80,86. „ March.—5,18,19, 86 to 88. [Merch 85tli to 88th will bee din* gerom period, with high tide.] N.B.—If the daj marked prow tseim end still, dintrusl the do; after, end ospociellj the second day after.

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

THEATRE BOYAL. Uuflb Ado about Nothing; and Tba Stan Bo/. Oommeoc© «l B. • ' folyteohbio hall. Vt. and lln. Oaaa'i BMortalnmaot. Oommattoa a A NOTICE. Single copies of Tm AtmiuUSIAX on be ob tained from all Tie Argue agenta through out the colonies, at the uniform prion of Six- j pence each, exclusive of expense of delivery | or the paper will be sent direct from the office by poet to any address at 7s. 6d. per quarter, payable in adranoe. Complaints of j overcharge to be addressed to the General Manager, Tie Argue offioe.

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

NOTES AND QUERIES. TO TH1 XDITOB OF TH* AOlttUI^UlUr. Sir,—Intheliit number of your tnatruotire pqpef fc oortteppof^ reeotda the euppowd occurrence of two epiphytal prohida is the Terrick Terrick UangM. Baring adranoed, h i .pwrioue numberof jfbut Journal, the etatement that witiiin the: boundarioe of the oolonyoif Victoria no epiphytal orohlds are known to exiet,exoept#t Apollo Bay and in theranoterteaatof Gippt Band, I feel called upon to remark thai, &(«>_ the Intelligent oh aerrations of yoor correspondent, it ie oxidant thefthe planta he shades to an mUt)ofcoes, of ^whicb, teome, Aaattiliaa apecteaproduce gorgeous flown*. The Boranthns, with oord likeleavcs, found, though, by ho ineatu ex cluairelj, on Oaeoarine for eo-celled Shtooaka), b well knbwn ae Bottathtu preiaiii, and widely diepened thronghout the Austral I sn continent. Allow me, Sir, to o&er ahnnltaneonily aoine remarke on a pote in the eame jouonal on the pUppored aheencjBpf auemoneooa planta in V...

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

BATUBDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1864. In the present aspect of the. land question, we confine ourselves deli berately to a few brief comments on the Government measure. The task which the Ministry has undertaken on this much-vexed question promises to be less tedious sad dangerous than its pre decessor's. Hie bill is simply an en abling bilL Hie squatters are practi oally, tor excellent reasons doubtless, left untouched. The measure intro duced by Mr. Osist is less a laud bill than a lull to open up the agri cultural areas for settlement It is not bke the Nicholson Act a great experiment It has no resemblance to the act of 1862, inasmuch as it leaves the question of the pas toral lands almost untouched. Nor has it much family likeness to either of the abortive lulls introduced by Mr. Quant's predecessor in office. Its pur port is to give life to the dead portion of the lend Act of 18G2; and as it intro duces fewer novelties than we have been accustomed to see in land bills, we may anticipate...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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