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FINE ART EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 29 March 1869

FINE ART EXHIBITION. One of the most pleasing lounges in the city is to be .found in the Fine Art Gallery,': NV-.:; 5 Queen-street, where is to be seen an exhibition of paintings perhaps unequalled in . theioolpny. On. entering the gallery the eye. is at onoe fixed byi'the grand. ' colossal picture ?' The Banish--, tnentjof Aristidos,'. : we. believe the last. work that came from the easel of B. R. Haydon. Tho moment choson by tho painter is when Aristides is leaving Athena, by ;tho,Pir£ean gate after howas ostracised by the people,, 483 B.C. There ia a noble majesty about the figure , of ? Aristides tho Just, whose eyes are lifted towards the .heavens, as if appealing ito .- the,: god.s against the. ingratitude of his countrymen. On his left arm loans bis wifei indignantly looking at the mob, who. are hooting. him na he departs. On the right is bis son Lysimaohus, with a favorite dog. On the left of his wife stands an Athenian fisherman wearing the ' pileus ' apparently barely rest...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 29 March 1869

WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND. Wellington is the name both of a provinoe and of a town at the south end of the Northern Island of New Zealand. The town is situated on the west shore of Port Nicholson, which opens into Cook's Straits. In consequence of its possessing the advantage of a splendid harbor, together with the centrality of its posi tion in relation to the several provinces into which New Zealand is, for governmental pur poses, divided, Wellington has been selected as the seat of Government, and when the Panama mail service was instituted, it was made the port for the steamers. On these accounts it is a place of considerable importance. Thevie.w, page 80, gives an idea of the scenery, which is bold and picturesque. The situation is con sidered to be rather windy. A townsman is said to be known by his walking in the middle of the street to avoid tiles and shingles, and by dapping his hand to his hat at every corner. Mr Dilke halted at Wellington in his passage from Panama to Austr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHARGE AGAINST A CAPTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 29 March 1869

CHARGE AGAINST A CAPTAIN. The Steam Navigation Beard met on 15th inst., at ten o'clock, to investigate a charge brought by several of the seamen on board the barque William Clowes against Captain Bird, of drunkonness during the voyage from Eng land to Melbourne. The members of the board were Captains Devlin, Sutherland and Or. A. Stephen. Mr Stewart was present on behalf of the oaptain. On the application of Mr Stewart, the case was adjourned till half past twelve. From the evidence of the sea men, it appeared that on several occasions during the voyage the oaptain was under the influence of liquor. Nine specific instances were a worn to; the first ocourring about three weeks after leaving the Eng lish' Channel, the second off the ooast of Brazil, the thud and fourth off the Cape of Good Hope, the fifth off Point de Galle, the sixth off Colombo, the seventh about a week before making the Mauritius, the eighth within a week of sighting the Australian ooast, and the last ooonsion tue ...

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TECHNOLOGICAL INSTRUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 29 March 1869

TBOHNOLOGIOAIi INSTBUOTIONi-;' The Commissioners for Technological; and Industrial Instruction- held . their -weekly meeting on 9th inst., at their offices; in the Ex hibition Building. The members present were the hon. George Rolfe, chairman (in' the absence of the hon. S. H. Bindon, detained for a while on business), Eev. Dr. Bleaadalo, Messrs D. Thomas, M.B.A., John Riohardson, M.L.A., and D. Blair, M.L.A. Fourteen letters were received and r»ad from muni cipal bodies, shire councils, mechanics' institutes and athenwuma, of whioh thirteen were favorably disposed towards courses of lec tures on Bubjeots tending . to throw light on local industries. These were, from places as widely asunder as Sale and Portland, and, with those previously received, tend to show that there is a very favorable feeling abroad towards the aims and objects of the commission. Some important communications from Mr Foord, chemist and assayer, were received, and ordered to be reconsidered at Friday's meetin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 29 March 1869

* Another- England: Lift, \IAving, Homes and Uomt makers in VXlorta. By U. Oaiiton Boom, late In sjeot rorr /idement to tho Government of Viotoria, Auatrallr

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 29 March 1869

_. . _ _ j TTISITOB3 to MELBOURNE journeying to Bo . V tanical Gardens, river or road, call at BBAN DEB'SFEBBY. GoodWme. , . ? :;. . B BANDER'S FERBV, Upper Yarra, south Bide,, between Prince'R-bridgo a&A that beautiful re sort, the Botanical Gardens.-. ... TO SADDLBBS, ^HARNESS MAKEKS,' fto.— Mosers W. F. THOMAS & Co. bog to acquaint, tho public' thoy havo' now perfected a Now Patent Sowing Machine, with which waxed thread may bo usod with facility, the ditch produced being alike on both sides, and as Btrongand durablo aaanyhand ' work. 1. OhnapBldo, E.O., or of W. Ullatboraa & Co., 74 Littlo OolltaB-atropt, Molbourne^ ? 13125 BBUNTON'S li.,,u'iIiA«Uiiuii^i Oornor of ' SPBING and LONSDALE STBEETS, '? MELBOUBNK. H. BRUNTON Informs the public aud hla numerous cuatomers that ho has inaroa'ted tho accommodation tor boarders and travellers, by adding to hla larp'o pre mises the three houacn adjoining; also, new dining, and reading rooms. Thin Temperance Hotel occ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 29 March 1869

The Egerton Church of England committee have called for tenders . for the ere ot ion of . a ohuroh. They intend to spend about £200 for this purpose. Additional obarbh ncootnmorta tion is also required for the local Wealeyan )ody. \

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VESSELS SAILED WITH COLONIAL PRODUCE, &c. SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE MARCH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 29 March 1869

VESSELS SAILED WITH COLONIAL PBODDO15, Stc, SINCE THE DEPABTDBE OF THE MABCH MAIL. ' March 2.— deelong, B.M.S.B., for Point de Galle : 1 cs lithographs, 1 pkg newspapers, 1 oi spice, 1 cs sardlnos, 3 bxs malzona, 1 cs jams, 1 cs sauco, 2 hlf-chiu tea, 48 bgs sugar, IB bgs salt, S ohtstoa, 4 bxs candles, 1 cs sardines, 1 bx lobsters, 1 ck currant*, 5 kgs butter, 1, cs paintings, 1 pel fancy goods, 6 pbgs parcels, 1 cs medicines, 1 cs drapery, 6 pbgB potatoes, 1 cs fruit, 1 cs apparel, 2 pkgs seeds, 86 pkgs stores, 2 cs drapery, 1 cs colonial wine, 1 bx livo eels, 1 pkg documents, 31 bxs (contalaing 37,00007, 2 dwt 15 gr gold), 0 bxs (containing 12,617 sovereigns), together with original cargo from Sydney for Point do Galle as par Sydney clearance. I March! ? Talbot, for London, via Capo Town : 829 bis wool, 27 tns coppo-- ore, 1262 bgs 101 bis bark, 6781 bgs rice, 184 cks tallow, 20 cks preserved meat, 4 bis basils, 1 hbd 1 }-ck 4. ca colonial wine, 113 bga horns, 108 bgs bones, i cs...

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VESSELS SAILED SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE MARCH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 29 March 1869

VESSELS BALLED' SINCE THE DEPABTDBE OF \ ' THE MARCH MAIL. . Fkbhuauy. ,-??? '?:'? '?.-'-;',' V''''-.' 27. Nereu'BJ 1068, M. Dugzan, 'for San' Francisco via t Nowcastle. Lorltner, ' Msrwood »nd Home,' ! '? ' agents.' ? : '' :- '? ' ? ' ? -' ' ??'??????' ? 'v'-:.,' 27. Empress, 1313, B. P. Elli.«. for London. .Croakor, I Scott and Co, agents;' ' ' '. ' ?''?' ? 27. Siara, 728, James F. Oleavelaw, fur Newcastle. { B. Towns and Co,, agents. MABOH -; .;??- '' '? ? '??:? ?'??.' '-.-'? '- ????;? 1.- Samaran'g, -472,' for Sjdnoy. B\l\sh »iid Har i bottle, agouts. t. . ... , ? 2. Mogul, 898. 'A. Bligh; for Bombay, via F/emantle. 'G: Martin aud Co., aitents: ' ? ' . ' ' 2.' Qeelong; F. and O. Co.'s BiMR. I484,J E. T. .Dunaas, lor Suez. F. B. Koi.da.l, agoot. ' 3. Douglas, bq 830, A Bayers, for Huaior's Island. ??'Boyd'ahd'Ourrie; a'jtents.' '' '?-'-? ? i, Talbot, ship,. for Capo Towu and London. . J. H. ;. - White and Oo.; agents.'5 ''['' ' ? ???'??- ? 4. Sylphlde, -9B, John Garrlok, for Frem...

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ROYAL MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 29 March 1869

! ''. ' BOJTAL MAIL NOriOB. I The Bdyal Mail s Aroca will bo despatched' with the'mails for Western Australia, Point de, Galle, India., China and tho East, Aden, Mauritius, Bounlon, Natal, Cape of Good Hopo, Suez, the Modlterranean ports, America and the united Kingdom ' .' , ( The times appointed for closing aro: For registered letters, at 6 pm. on Monday, tho 20 tb, March. '. ifpr , newspaporc (via Marseilles excopted),' at G p.m., on Mdnday, the 20th March. For all ordinary letters', in cluding those ota Marseilles, at 10 a..m. on Tuesday, tho 39th March. For newspapers via MarBoilles, at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, the 30th March. . ' .,'.? ! Late, letters will do received as under, provided the postage and foe are fully prepaid. by postage stamps:— . . ' i For France or foreign countries via Francei dt the' General Post Office,' from 10 to 10.30 a.m., 3d; from 10.30 to 11 a.m. 6d; WeBtern Australia, Point- de Galle. . India, China, and tho East, Aden, Mauritius, Reunion, Natal, Cape of...

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WOOL SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 29 March 1869

- . WOOL SHIPS.. 1 The following are the vessels which have' Bailed vrlth wool since, our last summary:—. ? ,' , ? ) Maroh 4 Talbot, for London, via CaDo To wn, 320 bla March 8. Somersetshire, for London, 1705 bis. ' Marohli. ; Wavo ot Life, for London, 670 bis. ; Total ahippod for the year, 61,179} bis.

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GOLD SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 29 March 1869

. ? :.-.-.-? GOLB SHIPS. - The following are the gold ships which have Balled ?Inoo our last summary:— ? ? March 2. Geelong, for Point do Galle, 87,606 oz.- ' March 8. Somersetshire, for London, 11,821 oz. Maroh 12. Wave of Life, for Londqn, 11,020 oz. Total shipped for the year, 351,212'oz.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 29 March 1869

At Poimhm, Warrnambool, there are three men, whose united ages reaoh 223, and tbey were all working together loading straw last week. Their respective ageB are, Mr Knights, aged 77 ; Mr Patrick Delancy, aged 74 ; and Mr Joseph Jeffcont, aged 72. They are all small farmers, havo been in the distriot about twenty years, and enjoy excellent health. This speaks well for tho salubrity of the climate, and the care and sobriety of the old veterans.

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THE UNDERWRITERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 29 March 1869

THE UNDERWRITERS? ASSOCIATION. A meeting was held in Mr Cowderoy's offices, 1 Hall of Oommeroe, on the 17th alt., to con sider the practicability of extending tho opera tions of, the Melbourne Underwriters' Associa tion. It appeared that ' nearly all the under writing companies, or their agents and repre sentatives, had signed an agreement to join the proposed new association, to be called ' The Merchant Shipping and Underwriters' Associa tion of Melbourne,' and a resolution was, after some discussion, adopted, declaring the new association constituted, and a committee was appointed to give effect to the new project. The object appears to be to obtain, by co operation, the maximum of advantage in the matter of surveying ships and cargoes and supervising the loading of outward bound vessels, so as to protect the underwriters, as well as shippers, against losses from proventi ble causes. It is represented by the projectors that the banks and mercantile houses are all to some extent in...

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THIRD DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 29 March 1869

THIRD DAY. The New South Wales cricketers were quite buoyant, thinking that 23 runs with no wiokets down was an average that coald be kept up till the score readied the required number, as they had Thompson, Gaffyn, and Hewitt, who had scored little or nothing in the first innings. They might have won the matoh had not any meanness been perpetrated, as on the previous night the ground was well watered by some one, of course unknown, so as to prevent Allan and Wills's bowling being dangerous. This very anorioket-like swindle met with its deserts, for althongh'it had the effect of knocking Allan off, it had also the contrary effect of making Wills and Cosstick dangerous in the ex treme, for their bowling kicked most' tremendously, knocking up a piece of turf nearly os big as one's hand every ball. Had the wioket been kept in its previous, state th'ere is no knowing what, would have been the result. So difficult did the bawling play that Oaffyn, Thompson and Hewitt, from whom great thi...

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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 29 March 1869

SEOONS DAY. The matoh was resumed at noon, in the presence of no less at one time during the afternoon 12,000 people. The weather was all that could be desired, the son not too hot and ac companied with a moderate southerly breeze. THE PIiAY. When the stamps were drawn on Thursday Viotoria had lost one wioket (Egglestone's) for 4 runs. The play was resumed about noon by Gibson and Phillips with the bat and Ooates and Hewitt with the ball. When Gibson had made about 7 runs he lost Phillips, who had been playing the slows very streaky, by his being caught at point off Hewitt ; he made 4 singles in all. (2 wipkets down for 11 runs.) Gibson, who was joined by Kelly,' still kept scoring though not rapidly off Hewitt's slows when Kelly, who had also made 3 off the slows, played one of Ooates's back to him, whioh was not deolined though it was a difficult catoh. (3 wiokets for 20 runs.) Garter the top scorer of the first innings took Kelly's place and between him and Gibson a long stand wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 29 March 1869

A cobbespondsnt furnishes this obituary of a-, useful public servant : — ' Another old colonist, and public officer has jnst departed to bis long, home. Mr Alfred Redding, assistantsuperin tendent Penal department, Pentridge, wa» buried on 11th iitat. Since the year 1852 he had been connected with the department. Hews* a generous-hearted good fellow in private life firm but mild in the discharge of his public; duties. He has left a widow with two o* three little ones to mourn his loss.'

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SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 29 March 1869

SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH; VESSELS ABBIVED 'AT THE PORT Off KTKL : BOUBNE SINOJ5 . THE DEPABTUBE OF THE * MAHOH MAIL. ' . .,... February. ........ . , '..'''.'? ?8. Centurion, ship, 874, Thos. A HigglnB, from New ! York. B. Towns and Co., agents. ? 28. Eurynome, nhlp, Thames aud Moruey Line, 1162, ; . waiter 'Wntaon, from Liverpool. Dlckaon, I 'Willlums aha Co., agents. MAKCU. i ? . ...... , . ? '. . 1. Galatea, peb, 167, F. Brabham, from Fob Chow I'o6. Pigott Brothors, agenta. ? 1. 'Whlto Eoso. ship, H03, Shaw, from London. : . Holmes, 'White and Co., aeonts. .'. .,, 1. Geulong, P. and O. Oo.'a E.M.8., 1481, B. T. Dun ? . '. das, from. Sydney . P. B. Kendall, auoat. . ,8. Balgowhie, bq,' 324, J. Mill, from Mauritius. Joshua BroB., agents. .. ...-. ... -.-?-., 8. Anglesey, ship (Green's Blaokwall lino). 1018, J. . Maddlson, from London. \V. P. White and , Co., agents. , . .-?? ? ,0. Holon, bq, 843, G. BT. Evans, . from Mauritius. ' W.'J. Grelg-, nge.nt. '.' . ' .. , n ., , ? . , .. ?. ...

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TASMANIA. March, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 29 March 1869

TASMANIA. [fbom oub own correspondent.] Maroh, 1869. Payable gold-fields in Tasmania again loom in the distance. Some four parties have lodged claims to the reward offered by tbe Tasmanian Government for the discovery of auriferous deposits that Trill pay for their working. As described, these have been found at Fingal, the Den near to Mount Direotion, the WeBt Tamar, and at the Campbell Ranges near to the River Cam: As yet, however, the Den seems the most promising. The gold found in it is of a rough, shotty character, not water-worn, and two Germans in five weeks have washed some four ounoea of gold, one of the nuggets of their finding weighing 1 oz 2 dwt. A Mr James Gardiner, from Connewarre, Viotoria, is satisfied that the preoious metal ii to be had in as great abnndance at the West Tamar as ever it was found at Bendigo or Castlemoine. , Water flows in when sinking to /any depths arid machinery is therefore necessary to pump it out. This Mr Gardiner cannot supply, and disappoin...

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