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GEELONG WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

GEELONG WOOL SALES. Then ni e lerj^e eUendenoc oT buyer* end other, intonated In the woe! tied. et the wool tele, held bv Moaara S> nnot end Qulhrie, on Tunedey, tho 18th lnatent. Modi Intend wu menifeated to eecetuin w het Influenoe the EngUah inteillgeoue would hate on the oolunlwl aelae. blotwRhatanrtlng the advene edvlcea received, the prtoee mlined were considered eetiafectorj. 770 beles wen offered, end tiie following lote told:—timer.—D over ARARAT. 1 hele combing end lambe', ISM.; TW In dlemona. i belee, lOJd.; HM, 1 helw, 10M- ; JM lndrole, 8 beet, 10Jd. ; do., 1 bele lambe, lljd.; dp., lbeg pleoee, Sd. J A M C, 10 belee, llfd.: do., 1 hele bleak, lid. kM tynnot, t Wee, ltjd.; A, It baiee, lid.; do.. 4 belee lamba', lljd.; do., 1 bole pt«ca,<iid.: do., 1 bele lock., sjd.; OB, SO bela. Jjud.; do^ 8 belee, 18|d.; do. 8 beleepleoee, Hd.: Q Mli belee. lUd.j 0,3beleelocke,84d. jSlnrdreie. 1 belelembe\ltM-: Aii'AKlE, tOtaC, lid.; J A 6 belee lljd.; Or over L over No...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE MARKETS. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 14. THE MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

MELBOURNE MARKETS. WismtiT, Deo. 11. THE KILLS. •n,. oounWT demand for Aon* hu .°?nU?5Bf #!Si ileidf throughout [hi week, and a mU Tr, tinted bnttaoonMoiit, «!!??S52L u!*A; DETAIL MARKETS. IImL^BmL Id. tO 61 p#T ft. J KWJ^5afBls coma) bee! cm be pmchaaedtor lid.tnfd.pwIb> and fote-qa«rtei» of mutton for 84 per jd. eat market. The .apply has come forward more f,Ml£ but_tb® demand living been active ssles have been more SS''Ml' » Hew h.yfru-ed, oMir^e " I "lie; Infer! it 5£,iIU £6 p£wn; eu.iv, " 10s. to £3 6i. per . ,00' eastern market. tie. „1Dnw of varcubles soot In this morning en oonsidnaETe, but the demand being tallk "£j """ rendllr effected lit fhlriy-sustidoed price*. Fruite were (n^ verv eood Inquiry, »nd were readily disposed ol Poultry ... wsree, .ndln goo i demand, and Jordury iif i*e4S>V perdosen; carroto,84.to lJ. t« doeen tmfichot; awdiflowen, la. 64 to 8«. per 52mDd to la. per down biincbt*. '"M'SrtAlr lOs. to 13a. per down; do., long »wr: &?;fc nw lb * p...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

BOWLING. The pud match at bowls—the president and vioe-president choosing eidee from the members present—was commenced on Satur day. Out of about forty players, Soar rinks of eight iach went in for two hours' play, and had nearly completed the contest when a boisterous storm of wind and rain put a (ton to the match. Bring a time match, the posi tion of the sides at the moment of interrup tion was, by some, considered as decisive of the combat, the gross score standing six in favour of the vice-president's side. The links were composed as follow: -No. 1 Rink. —For the president, Messrs. P. Lsngwill, Buckley, Reed, and Fisher; vioe-prestdent, Messrs. GemmeltEverard. I'arereon, andCowie —score. 16 to 16. No. 2 Kink.—President, Messrs. M'Murdo, J. Clarke, J. J. Batters, and T. Bailey; vice-president's side, Moasra. Fox, Joe. L. Clarke, Ritchie, and Young— scon', president, 11 points; and vioe-presi dent 16. No. 8 Rink.—President, Messrs. Blytn, Loader, Miller, and Thomson; vices preside...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MAIL NEWS. LATEST SPECIALS TELEGRAM. LONDON, NOV. 8,5 P.M. SUEZ, Nov. 4,2 r. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

MATT. NEWS. iOmtmuti fnmlth Ftg*i LATEST SPECIALS TELEGRAM. 5 1X)ND0N, Not. 8,6 PJC j SUEZ, Nov. 4,2 r. . 1 The Emperor Napoleon and the Car hare met at Nice. Tbe European oosgrees is retired. A peace treaty has been doted at Vienna* In America, General Loogrind las superseded Early, and partly surprised and defeated the Federal army under I Sfceridftn. 1 General Chant.bat been again »> pnlaed before Biobmoad- , lie Florida las been captured. j Tbe military votes will tenure Lin- ] coin's re-election. ] In England the ooUiete on strike have j retained to erode. 2be Anatolian tranaportatton protest j las bean I*Toura% reoeired fy Go-1 vernmmt, and Is still anderoooaSdera- j don. Wool adas oommenoe oa ths 17th.I Probable stock, 100,000 bales. Easier hrittotiroMbK' «V.f l^rosoa^lsimdaqged. A redaction. Frinoess Aline, of Hesse, his beta j confined of a dabster. x ] ■■■"$&&% tia sitfrti is deed. Trims Mailer la* been eonrieted.end: atntenoed tftflflsHv TheQnatihitiinB...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SPORTSMAN'S PAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

THE SPORTSMAN'S PAGE. » t It is reei>eotfully intimated that all 'queetiona upon the Turf, either 111 to niatter of hiatoiy, or on any doubtful point of facing law, or on any minor iporto or game* —chew, draughts, card*, qooita, &o.—es well m qucetiona on general mitten, will be answered oarefully and with preeMon,: wherever it is in the power of the Editor to do sot and when it is not, the earns will be ■ stated, end rcferenoe made to some apodal.; or likely authority. Bat it is neoesMiyto Btate that, in ell cases when an answer is expected in the following number of Th» j Avdnlarian, the correspondent's question j nmit be in the office before eight o'olook on the evening of Wednesday. i

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MR. FISHER'S LANTERN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

UK FISHER'S LA^rmSk, Umftma by tpvttmorim > fcgr IIcmh. Bobril

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ODD STOCKINGS AFFAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

THE ODD STOCKINGS AFFAIR. At a meeting of the gteoarde of the Gee long now. held on Tneedajr afternoon, at the Britieh Hotel, a circular from Mr. K. 0. Moore, the Monetary of the Billant Torf dab, ni bid before them. Thlt document contained the dedalon of the club In the alleged Odd itocklug ieindlr, at the lata Ballarat meet ing. The Geulong rteerarde, to nark their determination to uphold nothing bat legiti mate racing, and to eodone thr declilon of tire Ballarat dab In thle difgralefal affair, decided to dbquallfy J, C. Hon from em •ntering or rnnntng « bene on the Gqakmg raceoonrae; to dleanaltfy the Jockey from tiding en the Geefoag raoeoonne lor one year; and poetpooed toe ooctlderatlon of the dbqnalifioation of the hmae until the But tutry night, on the Bed of January next

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ODD STOCKINGS AND CARDIGAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

ODD STOCKINGS AND CAR DIGAN. About two hundred persons assembled on Monde; morning at a very early hour, on the Fleuiington racecourse, a match having been arranged between Mr. Simpson's b g Odd Stockings, aged, and Ur. Waidock's br g Cardigan, aged, to run one mile, nndcr catch weights, for £100 a-side. The affair, however, tudid in a disappointment, inasmuch as sit bough the owner of Odd Stockings, the horsci and the rider, were ready to run, the owner of Cardigan claimed that the match had been allowed to fall through, on his re presentations that his horse was lame. This was not admitted on the other aide, and Odd Stockings walked over the course, alter several fruitless endeavours had bsen made to Induce the owner of Cardigan to agree to naming a starter. In the present aspect of the cafe, It stems likely that the Supreme Court will be appealed to as umpire in he matter. At a meeting of the stewarda of the Racing Club yeaterday, the case of the horse Odd Stockings, disqualified...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEWMARKET HOUGHTON MEETING. MONDAY.—OCT. 23. THE CRITERION STAKES, [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

NEWMARKET HOUGHTON MEETING. MONDAY.—Oct. 23. the CHITEBIOff 6TAKBS, Of 30 sots, each, 20 ft.. for two-yr-olda. Colts, Sat. 101b.; fillies 8st. 81b. Winners extra. From the Turn of the Lands in, 6 furlongs 182 yards. (63 subs.) Mr. Ksylor's Chattanooga, by Orlando— Ayeoanora, 8st. 101b. (Challoner) ... 1 Lord Westmoreland's Brahma, 8st. 101b. (J. Gooter) 2 Duke do Horny's Monitor, 8st. 1011'. (E. Sharp) 3 The following also ran:—Tibia, Koenig, The Buck, Audax, Regalia, Sans Mes, Contract, Oladiatenr, Le Mandarin, Kate Hampton, Convent, and Amber. Betting—2 to 1 agst Brahma, 3 to 1 agst Le Mandarin and GUdietur oounled, 6- to 1 agst Koenig, 8 to 1 each agst Monitor and Audax, and 10 to 1 each agst Chattanooga, Sans Met, and the Buck. After numerous failures, in which Kate Hampton, who was the moat refractory, bolted all over the course, and was finally left a long way in the rear, Tibia made play, followed by Begtlia, Koenig, Chattanooga, and Contract, tQl within a quarter of « mile f...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LITERARY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

' LITERARY NOTES. The French poet Armand Lebsitjy died re* cently in great dMtitutioh iu the - JiApitxl Keeker, at Paris. - Thi !ong„expe$ed "Life oftJseair," r Kafoleoo^ti., is positively announced for the? "end of tins year, Each eolume^ Is to appf^ separately end at the intern! of a far wee® A nlgnificeut work ii announced to be published in l'aru. It ia . no .other than a rarcfully.prepared fai nmilt of the famous " Book of Home " of Anne af Brittany, one pf . the moot exquisite of ell the ijlumiiialed taamV eoripte' now existing. The price of eaoh copy ii to be 1,000 francs. The editor of PenM, Mr. Marklaunon, has just-Completed a near novel, wbioh VUl be pub lished in a few days. It is to be 'oalled Zotti at Zatt, cud tli'c acenei are lidd in country" middle-class life, which he describes ko well. Though the director of a pungent and ag gressive journal, Mr. Lemon himself Cultivates' ay We of peculiar gentleness, and prefers tp dwell upon the merits rather than the dcftcta pf ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AGRICULTURAL REVIEW OF THE WEEK. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

AGRICULTURAL REVIEW OF THE WEEK. Wednesday, Die. 14. The demand for floor in email panda con tinues steady, and prices for the best sorts an well ptinhlrml Wheat li also in much request, the market being almost cleared of old, and no new grain baring come in jet from Sooth Australia. The harvest there is bang gathered in under very favourable cir cumstances, and the average promises to be a fair one, notwithstanding the complaints ben and then of failure from the blight and the want of enough rain. The farmers do not ] seem to anticipate much of a fill in prior, and therefore are not hurrying the new grain into market. Oats have rather a downward tendency hen again, as the quantity on hand is large, and people scarcely believe that the statements ai to the failure of this crop have not been exaggerated. Kew hay is now coming in more freely, as the farmers near town an getting over the hurry of stacking, and all that whioh has been cot long enough is in very good order. The de mand t...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENTERTAINMENTS. THE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

ENTERTAINMENTS. THE BOYAL. On Baturday eTenlng,Ur.Biny BaUIr^n j look a complimentary benefit on theooca alon Of the doting • moat tueoeufal dra>: malic eeaton of800 nlghu, There wi$ u ; might bo expected, '» fall hoaso, ond^jke \ leoece, beridee being received with enihntUtm : throughout the performance, wu eererel time* celled before the cnrteln. Tben wu | nothing epedtlly attract! re In the tlllofOre! evening, with the oxoartbrnof, |(r. SoUlren'e. Benedick, ehi If re, Hdr'e Beaftioe.in the comedy of "Modi, Ado nbontISolhlng," which wu tint played in e mutilated totjo, Dogberry end Verge* being Ablest, thalr, ecenea being omitted In eoneeqoenoo of Er. Lambert'i lodiipadUoD. Thefaroeof "The Eton Boy* followed. At the do*e of tbo comedy Mr, Barry BolUran, omufilag to ennnal bottom, oddreemd tbr nudlenso; bt •atdt— "Udbt«ndd&e adore* l npw jfodihat i AhglwelnjireMtoee of ieno«rned,Jehn. ''-We, kavaseot foTth the thondere of the ObafWl from tbe palace of the tt-bmA Wiled th...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE YEOMAN'S PAGE. COBS AND GALLOWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

THE YEOMAN'S PAGE. COBS AND GALLOWAYS. If the so-generally complained of scarcity of good hacks, as well as of good weight-carrying hunters, be not speedilv remedied, it will not be for want oT sufficient agitation of the Bubject. From oil sides, not especially in this country, wc hare letters and articles pointing out how easily animals of the desired kind are to be increased in num ber, and in these reading days it is to be supposed that these suggestions are taken into consideration and pondered orer by all persons directly interested in horses. The elderly gentleman of sixteen or seventeen stone finds it hard to get a cob sure-footed and well up to his weight, as does the country doctor to get a hardy and fast little horse, always ready for two days' work in one, and as safe by night as by day, as the horse of doctor in country practice ought to be. The want of such horses is admitted everywhere, and as neither the cob nor the galloway is derived from parents of high price, the ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POETRY. THE REAPER'S DREAM. (FROM THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

POETRY. TOE BSA.PEB'S IWJf. <rn0tt1^£ ATiAWwmtT.) >theroM*»» long; . Witlia!gkM«n<m tftortbS* ■ , ConM Ajid aowwlt i*: _ H»in*41»«naJM>SWjV«*r/•'■ " - Abora hti tutlTrSnli a&tj ,, *.; . _ A uwuBit ou tb« Uort«ou>>»r ■ - ri It Siting, tMm m AndIBra thrOTK^a^Wntig,■'. ABHnji*7«lckl«dow»»Ui«»k/. ' - ,, ,t SrpaSS; ; Andeooo, .„ . a H«rxobo« dzvuiLskU» Kite touched his tjti: no longer ecaled, Ihay MW I troop Of reaper* Viield Th&swm blades Sali3pai*dMdt AC t*cfc tknist of thefr sort? risers* A thrill «*» through ttieflatttieshaave* • Rustling like ruin on forilVlnm' They venAot bwnv A9° bowed /With harrcat voices rtugfc tad loud, Nut spirits moving M a olttid i Uke little lightnings in DmU bald, Th&ailyer staklro manifold Slid musically through (1m fold. Oh, bid the warning stirs combine To uifttob the chorus dear and fine That rippled lightly down the line, { A cadenoe oT oeleetUl rhyme, The language of that oloudlds dime. To wid...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORN AND CAKE V. ROOTS AND HAY. (FROM THE MARK-LANE EXPRESS, OCT. 19.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

CORN AND CAKE . ROOTS AND HAY. (room ram iusk-uks ixnnu, on. u» At. (be Abergavenny meet leg, Mr Bad •lock mid be repudiated the idee aorje nmnL •reined to entertain, tliat com eaTSI might be used with adrnultge on eg -- gency by the timer u a •uhrtitute for rwb and bey j but he wws sure be needed nol u ay there, in (be presence of so many enT rienced farmers, that the absurdity of £ idea bad bcen Ions appamnt—too Jobs to more than* very limited portion of the fJaZ ing practice of practical men; for, hr ma rienre and Hose obecrrwtion, be mirbH | ths! it was Co difficult matter to ssoettaia SWr tionof^rm produce should (MrtotStnJS expenditure; and although that plan of t«Sr experiments sraa not so aoieutific *■ -i-flS the quantity, and the value or proporUousrf the fit and lean meal, mamma, and other oh produce that might be derived foom a rirw quantity of artificial find surd manure, ret k waa the aafoat way to arrive at tab oooduiom If tbey would allow him, by way of in-ft, tiou, h...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE HAYMABKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

THE HAYMABKET. The Haymsrket Theatre «ti oioirded on Friday on the occasion of the benefit of the Brothers Ridgway and Leon SimweUs, whose various performances surpassed all their pre vious effort! in daring, and the ease and grace with which they accomplished feat* Of . strength almost passing belief, Mr. Thomas Leu ton, despite the ed verse state of the atmosphere, which prevented his attempt to walk the pelting on the previous night, again essayed this perilous ieat. Although it was evident that the shoe* provided for the occa sion had lost the adhesive properties neces sary to sustain the roof-walker, he boldly stepped out and accomplished about a third of the journey when he fell Into the net work beneath. Nothing daontsd, he as cended tiie ladder, and stepped out n cond time, reaching about half-way across, when he again felL Released from the folds of what bad saved htm broken hones, he came forward and apologised to the audience, expressing hit vexation that —for the seoond ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE EARL OF LEICESTER ON STEAM CULTIVATION. (FROM THE MARK-LANK EXPRESS, OCT. 17.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

THE k»RT. OF LEICESTER ON STEAM CULTIVATION. (FBOM TBSIUSS-Un BXFBESB, OCT. 17.) -Hie meeting of tiie Dorking Union Agrioul tun] Association was held at Rodham, Norfolk, on Friday, and waa numerously attended. The dinner of the members waa held in the National Schoolroom, and was presided orer by Mr.C. F.N. Bolfe, supported by tbe Bad of Leicester, &c. TbeEarioT Leicester, in responding to the toast of his health as Lord lieutenant, said :— Being absent from tbe county during tbe time at which our Agricultural Association holds its annual meetings, I am not able to discuss with my brother fanners matters oonneeted with agriculture. I frill therefore take this oppor tunity of saying a few words upon a subject which, though not immediately connected with the onsets of this society, is yet closely allied to it; I allude to the eultiration of tea land. 1 am afraid that this subject win be as dry to the ladies here as the land itself is at the pre cent time. I am not now going to...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE POLYTECHNIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

THE POLYTECHNIC. At Ike frljttchnle-litl] on wu»<^nnfc ofpaftaunoe, ty * wriwl of 1 ibeoUJsronrite, "The Dm otafroMn Floor,1'J o«wto<Hnt »|th "Married will HotUtd." Tbe | fe«U**i well filled. Thl*,UI*4obe noted, j btheUst week of Mr. and Hn, Cms'* eottr tolcmoit.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CATTLE MELON. (FROM THE MARK-LANK [?]). [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

THE CATTLE MELON. I (nunc tbb XABK-tunt nntw). We again giro prominence to Mr. Blundcll'e "b£o account of bu cattle radon, of wtiieh we ahall alio be glad to rooriro reportafrom other ow retpondcnto. In a eeeeon when rod* here been dretroyed by grub, St it mtitfoctory to find a plant capable of yielding tosh rueful produce, which teemt to.be etue from eueb alteoka. And in a Beaton when all lato-eown green crop* hate peered In the toothem ooan tiea an utter failure, it It extremely aatidac tory to beer of one which he* maintained iliutualprodudireneit. Mr. Blunddl, writing bom Burdedon, near Southampton, atota* the retult of thb yearie cultiration of the cattle melon aafoUoae:— " Another yeai'e experience in the enhire» tion of thie valuable green crop haa gins me more confidence in recommending It to the notice of tbc agricultural community, not ealy at «crop'capable of yielding a injo amount of food for cattle, but at nee jet the time oftheyaarerben Uw oM ttore of mangold ie utuall...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

MI80ELMJH3GU8 Tan Koto or Spain an *'«w> yww 10 'be kmpreei of die' "jtajtfrfntftaii.; >ijj5 7 ' _,!* b atlnuted dirt dm m-*— 2&«5fit tw5^ <udiu*»wnw lmwt w0in«b tound^ii mstut. fetoujo A» a^pnow'mhriiwnnw*!! J .hffipttsrdsi* btnoj um 1:2^, y 'i sm PP

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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