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MYSTERIOUS MURDER AT ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 September 1866

MYSTERIOUS MURDER AT ALBUBY. [FltOM THE BOEDER POST, AUGUST 29.] Considerable exoitement has been caused in our usually quiet town by the report thut Mrs Sannders; a married woman, aged forty-four, and an old resi dent of the town, had been found foully murdered in olose proximity to Albury. The woman had been missing since yesterday week, and the remains were found on Sunday last, in a waterhole on her hnsr band's farm; adjoining Sohubaoh's vineyard. An inquest was held on the body by Coroner Brown rigg, and the proceedings lasted nearly the whole of Monday and yesterday. '' John Robertson swore that he was a stonemason in Albury, and son-in-law of deceased. Saw her last alive on the. evening of Tuesday, 21st. She came to his place between six and seven o'clock, and said she had no time to stay, as' she had to go home, and some bread, and afterwards to meet her children who would be returning from a soiree at the Me chanics' Institute. Saw her body in a waterhole on her husband's f...

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 — 20 September 1866

jBERTHS, MAERIAGES A|WD DEATif S. BIRTH. '*' '.v' -'' ' . \ Brown.— Onthe'lOthinst., at 26 Gore-street, Mrs E. Brown, of a daugbter. * .?--?- Davidson. — On the 17th inst., at Richmqn4.' the wife of Alexander Davidson, Esq., architect, Bqke wood, of a son. Edinburgh papers' pleSse copy. ''? Dawson. — On the 10th inst., at Argyle-street, J?itz roy, tho wife nf Mr Albert J. B. Dawson, of a son. Fkwster. — On the 5th inst., at Carlton, Mrs C. O, iFowster, of a daughter.' Both doing well. Haoeext. — On the 7th inst, at Victoria Cottage, Argyle-street, Fitzroy, the wife of Mr John Haekett, of a daughter. ' ''v Lewis. — On the 1st inst., at Balaolava-hill, Whroo, Mrs John T. Lewis, of a daughter. - ''- Newmak. — On the 8th inst., at Guilford, the wile of Mr James Newman, of a son. Both doing well. ,* Oldham. — On the 31st August, at Northcote^Mrs Ryton Oldham of a daughter, Btill born. - ^ ' Pullan. — On the 26th of August, at Chapel-street^ Prahran, Melbourne, Msa Thomas Ward Pullan/of a...

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

INTERCOLONIAL EXHIBITION. OPENING CONCERT. Tho proposal to inaugurate the Intercolonial Ex hibition with a concert was not ' carried without some opposition from those who looked upon the project in the light of mere ntility; and when the preparations had been commenced, there were not wanting doubts as to the. success of an undertaking entered upon, so to speak, at the eleventh hour, and necessarily hurried in its preliminaries. It was known, however, that all the arrangements had been entrusted to a thoroughly competent maestro, and reports came from time to time that the large num ber of vocal and instrumental performers who had given their assistance were working with a will to ensure the adequate presentation of the music. As a consequence, the concert - began to be looked upon as an unusual treat in store, and the anticipa tion of this, combined with a desire to view the pro portions of the new hall, succeeded in attracting, on Saturday evening, one of the moat orowded and bri...

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 October 1866

PBWATE INQthlVS OFFICE. (Bstablisned ia 1863), ? 78 Elica'both-frtroeb Melbourne. Tk/B' R ~O T 'T O BERLINER JlUL (lataDeteotiveOfficor) has the honor to inform his numerous friends and tho public generally, that, at tho suggestion of several inoroantilo firms p£high, standing And solicitors of eminence, ho .hasv'osta blia&ed a PRIVATE INQUIRY OFFICE. ' Mr Berliner, has reason to hope that his uniform attention, to. business, coupled with tho good cha racter ho had the satisfaction to rooeivo on retirement from public service, will entitle him to meiit tho confidence of hiB employers. ; - A staff of experienced officers are kept ' under the superintendence of 'the undersigned to perform the following duties :-—? ??..-? 1- Inquiries for absconding debtors. 2. Do do insolvents. ? . 3. Missing friends next of kin. 4. Debts collected. ; , 5. Writs served. -?...?'? ; . : BRANCH OFFICES : London (late Inspector Eield'3), Pabis, New * obk, Berlin ; New South Wales, Charles Wright, ...

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

NEW ZEALAND. .(Jenehal Summary.— The events of tho pnst month have been singularly devoid of interest. In general politics there is little or , nothing to write about. The '? reformed ' Stafford Government has managed to ' hang together,' and will be allowed to conduct the -affairs of the colony on sufferance during the recoss. The House of Representatives refused to reduce tho public establishments, ? but agreed to inoreuse the burdens on the trading and industrial classes, taking care to make special ex o'eptions in favor of run-holders and lawyers. It a. Government would set resolutely to work to economise, the publio establishments might easily be reduced one-third and theservico itself improved. Bat no politician will venture to attack the army of oflioiuls who are represented by a majority in the Assembly. And that which is true of the General Assembly is likewise* tine of provincial institutions. Unfortunately for the progress of the colony, the official class has ' monopolis...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 October 1866

?^-^-^X^SA'PtE^OX'kctilJD ENTS'i- !'' , . Our- cbrrespoucjent, ,-writipg. frond i Queonstown, Caledonian Diggings, r sayB :—'! This usually quiet township has during the past week been kept in an unwonted ?'i state 6( excitement.' 'At- an 'early hour on, xnursday, 4tn inst.y:.:an 'alarm was : caused by Mies Harst riding fall ? apood into- the township' to obtain tho'assistance of the':polioe;' She Btated their station had been stuck npj and one of her brothers shot. 4a by this time tha full particulars will have appeared in your columns, it ia needless for me to repeat them, only to remark that the poor girl had her gallop for. nothing, as our one solitary trooper was away on duty. The excitement caused by the above event had scarcely subsided, -when, on on Saturday morning, a report had spread that Mr James Sarman, landlord of the Caledonian'; Hotel, had cut his throat. An inquiry verified the truth of the minor. Itsoema tbac he was laboring under a. fit of delirium tremens, and af...

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

THE LATE STABBING AFFRAY. - On the 10th inst., at the Brunswick police court, John Daly was charged on remand with- stabbing Miohnel Bnnting, with intent to kill him. It will be recollected that, on the 4th of September, the prisoner, who ?was under the influence of drink, eateredthe brickyard of Mr Gray, arid after refusing tb'leave' went into tho house, when Mrs Gray called Michael Banting to eject him, and whilst doing bo the prisoner stabbed Bnnting in the side with a pocket knife. Daly was seized and given into cnBtody, and bronght np at the police court on the following day, when a number of witnesses were examined, bat the injured man being unfit to appear he was remanded fair a1 week, and 'since'then has been remanded from time to time; Yesterday, Michael Bnnting was enabled to attend. He still appeared to be in a very weak and prostrate con dition. The depositions taken before Mr Wilkin son, J.P., on the night of the outrage, when his life was .in danger, were read over to ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MURDER BY BURKE, THE BUSHRANGER, AND HIS IMMEDIATE CAPTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 October 1866

MURDER BY BURKE, THE BUSHRANGER, AND HIS IMMEDIATE CAPTURE. Burke, the bushranger, whose ? daring deeds of robbery under arms have for mdnths past been tbe cause of wide-spread alarm in New South Wales, haB at length appeared in Victoria, ? aad, notwith standing his frequent boaBts to tbe contrary, is at the present moment a prisoner in the Melbourne gaol. The first that was heard of him in this colony was on Tuesday night, the 2nd insfc., when he called at Mr William Homer's house, situate at Sooresby, between Dandenong Creek and Fern Tree Gully. He asked for a bed, and on being informed that he could hot have one, he drew a revolver from his belt, and told them to bail up. Mr. Homer at once closed the door upon him, when Burke discharged the revolvor, and the bullet lodged in the door. His weapon failing him, he tried to break in the door, but, finding it was proof against all his .efforts, he offered, if they would give him. something to- oat, not to molest the inmates. Mr Homer,...

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

SINGULAR DISCOVERY. While working in' [tie late Britannia claim, ; the men engaged on one of the shifts ' had their: operations : retarded by an obstacle that;' on ex-, animation proved to . be; a largo tree in. 'an- excellent state of preservation, whioh lay from, west to east, andjndt till after a great deal of labor was the drive continued through the tnmk. Whether or not the wood is of a kind that is now extinctitia difficult to say, ? bnt.it ''is; certain .'-that few agree in determining ?the -quality;?' When it is remembered', ihat this specimen Vof'vi'iraier.Tegetable life^was; found at a depth of 160 feet,'; and' below a blue stone formation of 80 or 90 feet, it will readily be believed that it was far back among the centuries ?when it was .'greeh'and vigorous;. The trank was. deeply charred and the wood, though long grained like stringy , titokjjia-hardfand ' we'll 'preaervedt'-'Mr Tnson of this town, who has ia his possession, a line specimen, purposes sanding it to the la...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MURDER AND SUICIDE AT MUCKLEFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 October 1866

MURDER AND SUICIDE AT MUCKLBPORD. ; A. frightful base', of murder and . suicide is, re ported in the Oastlemaine News, of the 15th inst.,: — -y. The innrdoror is a nuoeinaker named Hirling ton, who has rosidod in Mnckleford.for a number of ... years. He was originally transported \fo Van ' piemen's Land, where his career-though of course not yet fully traceable, is said to have been repeat edly stained with orime. Mirlington had been co habiting with hia victim for about. a year; both were addicted to drink ; but, strange to sny, both ?wore sober at the time the crime waa perpetrated, , and it is known that Mirlington had appeared to be e.ober during the entire day previous. At about . oleyen o'clock on Sunday forenoon, the woman was ? engaged washing clothea in a shed at the rear of tlie tent, where the pair resided. Mirlington had loaded ?with baU a double-barrelled gun that he kept in the tbnt;;- he stole round to the shed where the woman '. was, and without a word of warning, pn...

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NORFOLK ISLAND TREES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 October 1866

NORFOLK ISLAND TREES. ?- ?Tho Pintt (Araucaria ex celsiSj) is the most abun dant specieB of forest tree to be found upon it. Some trees of this species mea sure from 150 to 180 ft in height, and from 18 to 25 feet in circumferenco ; the timber, however, is of brittle [quality,, and only fit for house building and common purposes. Vines, oranges and lemon trees thrive well, as also the potato, and every kind of garden vegeta ble in great abundance In the wooded gullies the Norfolk' Island cabbage tree (Aroca sapida), a handsome palm, with a trunk about 35 feet in height, and from about two and a half to three feet in ciroumference. At the top of this elegant column the branches, are pec- ' tinato, or formed like a feather, and are sometimes 20 feet in length. The apex of the trunk is enclosed in the sheathing basis of the leafstalks, along with the flower-buds and young' leaves. When the. leaves fall, they discover double compressed sheathB, pointed at the upper extremity, , which sp...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR'S RECEPTION AT SANDHURST—SEE PAGE 7. THE GOVERNOR'S VISIT TO SANDHURST AND ECHUCA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 October 1866

nin p x a k l l e n a y 'v n w aovwuwow'B ' p'fl « l- T * «- A ' v ? $ A # p ' u ll p 'M^ m* 7' LINE OF H U S T L E R'S R E E F, S A N D H U B S T .— See page 7 LINE OF H U S T L E R'S R E E F, S A N D H U B S T .— See page 7 p a?hj]jj}JN e IXflfif, V, A (IT)® Jl AW fr-Pw rw 7, p a?hj]jj}JN e IXflfif, V, A (IT)® Jl AW fr-Pw rw 7, THE GOVERNOR'S VISIT TO SANDHURST AND ECHUCA. His Excellency the Governor visited Sandhurst last mouth. His emrance, into the town and. his progress rthrbugh. the district, was a triumphal oho ; and at all the places he visited . he was reoeived.with acclama tions of joy. ;? Most of the principal places of-; busi ness in the town. wore decked with evergreens, and , from some. there was alarge display of bunting. Flogs of all nations, of / all sizes, of all. colors, aiadjof all ages flaunted in the breeze, and the. air;was redolent with 'the heavj-0 perfume (Of; the wattle, which; was in fujl bloom, and gave the hills around- Sandhurst a comparatively pleasi...

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

.NORFOLK I8LAND. . Norfolk Island lies in' the South Pacific, 900 miles E;N:E. of. Sydney, and' 1350 N.E. of Cape Pillar, in Van Diemen's Land. It is not' quite five miloa long, with a medium brendth of two and a half miles; and n superficies d 89G0 acres it rises in the hi-forked summit of Mount Pitt to' an altitude of 1050 ' feet above sea level. Tho island is about fifteen . miles in circumference, and has a beautiful soil clothed with verdure, and 'presents a scene of exuberant fortuity. , Norfolk Island appears of volcanic . origin, and con- . gists of a series of hills add - valleys alternately like the waves of the ocean. Stock ?f all kinds thrive well. Tho same species of pigeons, parrots and paro qhets are found there as in New Zealand, together with rails and some small birds. The shores abound in fish, amongst which are king fish, ship . jacks and mackerel. One great objec tion to the colonisation of the island was the difficulty of approaching it, owing to the heavy moun...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RESOLUTIONS ON THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 October 1866

RESOLUTIONS': ONi 'THE NOBTHEBN ; . .;,, ;: TEERIT(3ilY. [FBOM.THB,S.:A. KESISTEIl, pOTOBBB 17.] ,The abandonment: pf NorthvAustralia and the re payment of the .vpurchase-money. :are the decisive measures' .proposed :by; Government 'in a. .series of resolutions to bo diacussed on Thursday. This is a humiliating course, but it is an honest, one. It is humiliating because it is an admission that we iiave been uniible with ^80,000, to, survey 250JO00. acres of land in North. Australia — unable, in factj after inviting .the world to occupy our. new territory, to, perform; the preliminary work of patting settlers in possession. A work which; could ;? be done :.f or , a few .thousand pounds in this colony has there tasked all our energies and swallowed, up; all our available funds, and is yet mot accomplished. The ? infant icolony. is not founded, theempire of the North is still unborn^ and the career, of glory which wo anticipated in the' eatablishmont of a ;dep.ot.at Escape Cliffshas ne...

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 October 1866

VITAL STATISTICS OF MELBOUENE AND THE SUBURBS. ' ?; Tho Registrar-General's report on tho vital statis tics' of Melbourne and the suburbs for the month of, August, is published^ in! the. Government Gazette. From it we loarri that 218 persons died during the month.: The deaths woro fewer fey 20 than the average of tho month in seven years, and this notwithstanding- the districts ,hayo greatly in creased in population during the period. Tho mean temperature was a degree higher than the avcx^ago. Deaths of males and females furnish a proport'on re latively to the whole mortality of 57 per cent, and 43 percent, respectively. Deaths of children , under five exhibit a proportion o! 44 per cent, to the whole, against 49 per cent, in August, 1865 ; Si per cent, in August, 1864; 33 per cent, in August, 1863 ; 43 per cont. in August, 1862 ; 49 per cent, in August, 1861 ; and 49 per cent.' in August, 18(iO. Seventeen deaths occurred upon the 5th of the month. For no other day was a higher rnor...

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

Printed nnd Published by Eupnkzrb and David Si'SiK, Proprietors of the: Aqb 'Nowspoper (in accordance with, Act 17 Vie.-, r: No.- 80), Elizabeth-street, ,Mol-.: , b:urns, iu the 1 colony of Victoria, ? ?

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. VESSELS ARRIVED AT THE PORT OF MELBOURNE SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE SEPTEMBER MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 October 1866

SHIFl^tf ^OR TBEB MONTH. VESSELS ARRIVED AT THE PORT OE MEL BOURNEvsSINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE SEPTEMBER ;MATL. '? !v .v*- ? September. i[! ,' -._ ' ; ''.: \ !' ';i 27. Alice -Mary, barque, 247 tons, Wm. Craik, from .??Foo-Chow-Foo. Fanning, Nan lti veil and Co., ? agents; ? ? '? '.' i ' ' ' ? 27. Stag,: barque, 253 tone. ? Jas. Martin, from Soura . baya. Young and Martin, ageuts.'' 27. Gem 'of the Ocean, American ship, 630 tons, John .; N. Pritchard, from New , York. Rr Towns and ''?? 'Coi,. agents. - ???-„? '? - '?' 27 Ellora, P. and Q. t!o.fs!R.M:.S,, 1400 tons, N.' J. ,' - Skottowe, ifrom Sydney, en r6uter for King George's Sound and Point.de Galle. W. 01 Clif ! , ? , ton, agent. -.-.?? -....-. . 27. General Lee, ship, 987 tol»si Wm. Cruickshanks, . from London. , .Dickson, . Williams nnd Co., agents. . 27. Intiuiea. French barque, 475 tons, G. Gefflot, from : Bordeaux.' Curcier and Adet, agents. 29. Pleiades, ship, 754 tons, P. Motley, from Hoig Kong. L. Kong Meng and Co., agen...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE REVENUE OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 October 1866

THE REVENUE OF VICTORIA. The following is a comparative statement of the net revenues of Viotoria received into the Treasury, Melbourne,' during, and on account of, the nine months ending 30th September, 18fi5 and 1866 respectively, omitting fractions of a pound : — ' ? =? ?????-. & ill W'MH Heads of Revenue, g ^S g ^ .. g S3 -2 g S3 - C3T3P, ?F3'3Ci oajTSJi0. aBa .?''??'-, ??. gg«- ggf-- flasassgs ?i I. -CUBtOms. ..-; £ dS . £ jfi On Spirita ? 305,499 340,604 ... 54,894 i Wino ? 85,112 29,186 ... ' 5,9 i6 Ale.'Porter, &o....... 26.7S5 US,25i '... 3.483 Tobacco aha- Snufif, 10l,8Ui- 90,210 ... ll,fiG2 Oipars ? : ? 10,221 7,32f ... ; 2,893 Tea ; '.....; ? ? 46,084 24,896 ... 21,188 ' ' Suprar and Molasses 49,551 84,235 4,683 : ... Coffee, &c ? ..:.. I-),ti56 10.31S ... - 311 Opium' ............'.-.'.' 13,565 13,6 if ' 37 Rioe ; ? :2,1« 10,807 ...' .1,359 Hops ? .;..... 4,197 5,231 1,033 -.;'.-? Malt... ? 5,610 ;4,'J47 -.;.-.; ,- 6G3 lWharfago and liar- , .'.,-...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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THE FEMALE IMMIGRATION BARRACKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 October 1866

THE FEMALE IMMIGRATION BARRACKS. The temporary disposal of the female immigrants who from time to time have been landed. in this colony at the expense of the State was, not so very long since, a question which gave to coloniul legislators a great deal of trouble. The old weatherboard build ings on the other side of Prince's-bridge, to which the female immigrants were taken indiscriminately with the male, were manifestly unfit for the purpose to whioh they were put ; and, moreover, were in so filthy a state that the women on landing were sub-' jeot to' all the discomforts and petty annoyances ex perienced on board the best regulated emigrant ship. It is gratifying to knowthat this very .un satisfactory state of 'things has been altered ; and that now the domestic' servants rwhoni'::we' bring from the United Kingdom -have, immediately on leaving the vessel whioh brings (them: to \ these shores, a' comfortable and commodious,- abiding place, in whioh they can enjoy most of.the comforts...

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THE LATE GALES AND FLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 October 1866

THE LATE GALES AND FLOODS. The great havoo committed along the' banks of the Yarra brings - to remembrance the record of the great flood of December, 1863, and the minor event which took place six months later. The rain which commenced to fall on Thursday, the 4th inst., and continued with bat* little intermission nntil an early hour on the following Saturday, 'sufficed to create on impetuous torrent which disdained to confi.no itself within the narrow limits of the coarse of the river, and a volume of water that, bade defiance to embankments and contemptuously disregarded the rain and misery that, followed, swept unresistingly along on either side. These visitations are becoming so frequent as to force upon the attention of Goveia mont the necessity of deulins nracticallv with this subject, with a view to provide a remedy. The great flood of 1863 is still painfully remembered, and if there is cause for congratulation on the present occasion, there is still the possibility forcibly ...

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