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FREE SELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

.FREE SELECTIONS " The following circular has been addressed from the Surveyor General's office to all the agents for the sale of Crown Lands in the colony : " Surveyor-General's office, Sydney, August, 1865. Sir,-In my circular letter of the 5th October, ÏS63, it was intimated to you that lands conditionally selected under the Crown Lands Alienation Act, of 1861, and afterwards forfeited for breaches of the conditions of the Act, could not again be conditionally selected, but would be brought to sale by auction. 2. 1 am now to inform you that the attention of the Government has recently beeu directed to this question, and that they have been advised by competent legal authority that the language on this head, used in the 18th and 20th sections of the Act, is permissive and not mandatory. 3. It follows that the circular above alluded to iriust.be recalled, and I am now therefore to inform you, that lands- which (being, legally open to selection at the time) were conditionally purcha...

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News
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VESSELS IN PORT. (EXCLUSIVE OF COASTERS.) [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

¿ X-, VESSELS IK PORT. (EXCLUSIVE OE COASTERS V ¡ ' ..1 vSiiiPii.^Ácadie/'iBgediá' Pauline* Carmen A riguitá, Cornwallis, Damascus, 'General Lee',;Kingston; Mataura, Nineveh,' Palawan, Queen of' :Nátibhs¿ Rutlandshire, Sir John Lawrence; Vernon, Wóolldóihbólbp,' 'Young England. .'?'?' . . j BARQUES.^Amycus,: Bahia, Dodo, Faraway; Frowning Beauty, Grasmere,jGloriosa,' Kate, Prince Regent; Mary' and Edith, ^Mary Miller', Meteor, Paramatta, Rotamah, Reine, St. Magnus, Woodbine. : - ?/ ' ? . "'.'?. 1 BRiös.^Amherst", ^Heather' Belli Keying, John Wesley, Lady Emma, Lass of Gawlérj Miss Kilmahsegg, Pakeha. > . *- J SCHOONERS.-Alma, Agnes Jessie, Clara, Lizzie Coleson, Music, Minnnie Dyke, Native Lass, Thomas. \Voodward, Uncle Tom, Urania. - .' ;STEAMEKSV-^-R.ÍM.S. Northam, Sir John Burgoyne.' '. '..Slapping business h as bèéh yèry dull during the month , biit the .proximity bf the" wool season is bringing more activity iri Home 'freights. .'.The -only departures 'for'.London since our ...

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BANK LIABILITIES AND ASSETS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

. .... - BANK"LTÂBÏLÏTÏÊS IND"ASSETS. " : j 'GENERAL Abstract of the Sworn Returns, rendered pursuant to the Act of Council 4th Victoria, No. 13, of. the Average. Assets and Liabilities, and of the capital and Profits of the undermentioned Banks of the Colony of New South Wales, for the cpiarter ended 30bh Juae, 1865... .. LIABILITIES. 'ASSETS. CAPITAL AND. PROFITS. BANKS. New South Wales .. Commercial . Australasia. Union of Australia .. Australian Joint Stock .. London Chartered of Australia] English, Scottish, and Aus-) traiian Chartered .. .. j Oriental Chartered. .... City . .. .. TOTALS . Notes in Circulation. Bills in Circulation. Balances due j ¡to other Banks £ s. d. 212,59(5 13 0 1S4,3S0 1 6 40,914 6 2 30,7S5 17 10 115,549 3 1 8,612 4 7 23,2(57 16 2 94,729 0 0 32,1S6 12 1 743,021 14 5 £ s. d. 4,759 19 3 4,321 5 3 3,12S 1 6 7,674 2 1 5,176 15 5 514 12 3 2,230 5 2 3,420 ll i Deposits. £ s. d. 65,911 5 8 35,364 ll 9 2,792 S 9 2 15 10 150 IS 1 260,799 12 8 1,S62 1 3 £ s. d. 1,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

ENUINE CLEARING SALE. . W. C. KENWICK,' 273 Pitt-streot, haying purchiisod tho ¡stock of -Messrs. O'Donnoll and Co., is now holding a GENUINE CLEARING SALE. The whole of the stock is marked at such prices as must effëct a speedy clearance. W. C. RENWIÇK has also purchased a largo lot of new goods imported ex- pressly for the present season,- and has thrown them into the various departments, and marked them at such prices as cannot fail to give universal satisfaction. W. C. REN WICK now offers Rich black glace silks, from 2s Cid Black glace semi-tight jackets, from 25s Cd Ditto ditto yachting ditto, from 17s Od Norwich, lama, grenadine shawls, 4s lld Lot of Marie Mohairs, 12 yards,- 2s lld Ditto Norwich,'ls lld Ditto Alexandra broche checks, 7s lld Dress materials in all tho new colours, rich qualities Made and lined skirts, richly braided, with bodice, 15s ÍHI Genuine Hoyle's prints, 7Jd French-cambrics, light grounds, 6i|d 36-inch super Witney calico, 0|<1 Horrocks' long...

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THE MOST EXTRAORDINARY VOYAGE ON RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

THE MOST EXTRAORDINARY VOYAGE ON RECORD. In our last we announced the safe, arrival of Mr. Stow and party at West Australia, we have since received the following particulars of their unparalleled feat : M r. Jefferson Stow, accompanied by Messrs. M'Minn, and Hamilton, surveyors, late in the employ of the South Austra- lian Government at Adam Bay ; two sailors, James Davis and John White ; and two labourers, Charles Hake and Francis Edwards, left Adam Bay on the 7th May, in an open boat 23h feet long, six feet beam, and two feet deep. They arrived at Anson Bay on the 14th, at Cape Dombey on the 15th, off Cape Bougainville on the night, of the 16th; they landed on Troughton Island on the 21st, and on the 29th arrived in Camden harbour. There, fortunately, they found the party under Sholl's orders were in good health.. Mr. Stow and his companions, having been hospitably entertained for five days, left on the 3rd of June, and on the 7th were off Lacepede Islands, and on the 15th off Sol...

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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

j : I SECOND DAY.' * .First Race. ^The, Spring Metropolitan Maiden, Stakes of ¡10 soys; J .loOsovs. added ; for all maiden'horses ;: 14 mile. :..., . ' v-V Mr. Baldwin's Lavalette... . ti (Holmes) 1 Loder's PitsfprO ^;-,..,'.' ¡ .... : 2 .. : . - .- Dundee , . ... _ .Uv.-.:,a; Y.-.u,j .w, ! " '3 ... Of eleven horses originally, entered,, eight: sported.silk, the absentees being Jericho, Smith O'Brien, and' Fisherman's Daughter. ; The horses kept well together to the rocks, Pitsford and Cossack leading ; at. the back of the course there was con- siderable tailing off, the favourites apparently shaving;'it all to themselves ; coming up the. straight .a. fine; struggle; ensued, Lavalette winning by a length. '. ..]?-:., 1 Second Race.-The Members' Cup, value 50 sovs., with a sweep- stakes of 10 sovs. each; for three years-old;and'upwards, which have not won a prize: exceeding £30 j. welter .weights ; to he ridden by members pf the club/; 1£ nulef Mr. Tait's Warwick, 4 years 7; .... ri ...

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RELIGIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

RELIGIOUS. The conference of the clerical and lay delegates invited to. meet the Bishop of Newcastle for the purpose of initiating Synodical action in his diocese, was held last month in the Hall of the School of Arts, Morpeth. The Bishop presided. The Rev. W. W. Dove, of Jerry's Plains, and Mr. E. C. Close, acted as clerical and lay secretaries ; and the-Hon. James Docker, M.L.C., chairman of committee. The Church of Saint John has been consecrated hy the Right Bev. Dr. Thomas, Bishop of Goulbiu'n. The church has cost £1,500, and has been raised almost entirely through the munifi- cence of Mrs. Wilkie, widow of the late Captain J. L. Wilkie, of the 12th Regiment, who died at Burrangong whilst in com- mand of the troops there. The foundation stone of a new Church of England edifice, at Wellington, was laid on the 13th by Miss Gardiner, the daughter of an old resident of the district. The foundation stone of a church for a Wesleyan congrega- tion was laid at Albury on the 30 th ult.<...

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THIRD DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

j - THIRD DAY. j ii First Race.-The Bruie Stakes, of 8 sovereigns each, half forfeit ; j , 99 sovereigns added ; for then 3 years colts, Sst. 101b. ; fillies, j : Sst. 51b. The winner of the (Australian) Derby, 71b., and the j ' second in that race, 31b. extra.; 1 mile. Second horse 16 j sovereigns from the prize. Entrance, 4¿ sovereigns. Mr. Loder's The Pitsford, 3, years, Sst. 101b. ... (Thompson) 1 j I Eales' jun. Satanella, 3 years, Sst. 51b..2 j . Thompson's Cossack, 3 years, Sst. 101b. 3 j ' Betting-5 to 4 against The Pitsford, 6 to 4 against Kerosene, ' 5 to 1 each against Cossack and Satanella. i , Several futile attempts were made to get Kerosene to the j starting point, and eventually Mr. Martyn started the horses j without her. Tim:Whiffler jumped off with the lead, followed j by the favourite and Maritana. Just before entering the rails, j The Pitsford rushed'to> the front ; at the same time Satauella Í and Cossack made their effort, and passing both Maritana and ; Ti...

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

TASMANIA. The Government has placed on the estimates for 1866 a sum. of £S00 for the introduction of salmon ova.. Iii the case of Storie v. the Presbytery, the plaintiff obtained5 judgment for his arrears of salary since April, 1864, and costs of trial. Recently published Government documents give the following statistical facts respecting the colony :-Area, 16,778,000 acres, of which 3,555,191 are alienated from the 'Crown. The quantity sold last year was 140,000 acres, realising an average of 15s. 5^d. per acre. Acreage under cultivation 252,164, of which wheat occupied 60,186 acres, yielding an average of about fourteen bushels per acre; oats, 40,000 acres; hay, 30,000 acres. The other principal crops were-barley, about 123,000 bushels ; potatoes, 30,000 tons; turnips, 10,000 tons; apples, 128,7S4 bushels; peas, 13,840 bushels. The general revenue for the year, independent of the Land Fund, amounted to £214,754 ;. and the expenditure to some £'3,000 more. Colonial produce bf the ...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

SHIPPING. ? ... . ...... ..... ^. ^ ARRIVALS. ? . . . i s .' Aug.' 14Í- Admiral' J. Dé La Gravier^ Captain Kalilb, from r-Bordeaux, via Melbourne ; Palawan, . ship; Captain Page, from .'íi'óridoñ, 27tb April. '' . Aug; 15.-Carmen Auguita, barque, Captain Charke, from ?"i Chili, V/'« Auckland, 1st inst. :.'.*&amp;lt;>' : Aug. 18.'--Rachael, barque, Captain Frith,?&amp;lt; from Tome, 21 st \ May. I ^-Aug.. 19.-Gordon, brig, Captain Watson, from Mauritius, ?? Tth'.Tuiy. ' ,; . : . ' Aug. 21/-St. Magnus, barque, Captain Walsh, from Taleu: !' huang, 22nd May. ' 1 . . , , t Aug; 22.-Fanny Fisher,'barque, Captain Brown,-from Tome, 10th May. {: Aug. 23.-Alerte, yacht, Captain Campbell, from Falmouth,' viii. Cape Town, 5th July. Aug. 2S.-Mary Miller, barque, Captain Brown, from Tome, 18bh May; Woolloomooloo, ship, Captain Donald, from Lou- don, 30th May. Aug. 31. -Damascus, ship, Captain Murray, from Dartmouth,' 7th June. Sept. 1.-Miss Kilmansegg, brig, Captain Almeck, from Val- p...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ; Mr. Uutton, a member of the present ministry, iö likely to accept the colonial agency in London, which Mr. A. Blyth has declined. The revenue returns for the past quarter show an increase of £60, OOO. The net balance in the Treasury is now over £300, OOO. The murder of i> native at Adam Bay is to be investigated, and a warrant has been issued against Patrick Auld,'one of thc expedition at present in Adelaide. The charge is wilful murder. Auld has been remanded until November. The case against Messrs. Archibald Cooke and John Baker, squatters, brought before the Adelaide Police Court, for being in unlawful possession of Crown lands, their runs having been sold by the Government, hasbeen dismissedfor wantof jurisdiction. The Government have determined on, ordering Mr. Funniss back from Adam Bay. An inquiry into his conduct as leader of the expedition will take place. Manton, the second in command, will remain in charge of the party. M 'Kinlay has been engaged, fo...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

NEW ZEALAND. There has been a sharp fight with the Taranaki rebels, whom Colonel Warre, commanding art Wairea, decided to punish for murdering Captain Close, and accordingly despatched a party of about three hundred of the 43rd and 70th, and Volunteers, under Colonel Caldwell and Major Russell, who followed the coast to near Puru. . Then they divided the party, and came on a Maori village in dense scrub. The troops silently surrounded it. . The Maories, taken by surprise, for a time offered little resistance. The soldiers baj'oneted eleven, took five prisoners, and burnt a number of whares. On returning home a large body of rebels, shouting for Utu, fired from the scrub on both sides of the troops with remarkable steadiness and accuracy. On the first volley Lieutenant Bally fell dead, with a bullet through his side. A sharp skirmish then took place, in which Lieutenant Tilden was badly wounded. Captain Cay drove the rebels back with loss. The troops lost Lieutenant Bally and private...

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POETRY. ABRAHAM LINCOLN. FOULLY ASSASSINATED APRIL 14, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

4 ^ POETRY. ABRAHAM LINCOLN. FOULLY ASSASSINATED APRIL 14, 1S«5. Yon lay a wreath on murdered Lincoln's bier, ?Yon, who with mocking pencil wont to trace, Broad for the self-complacent British sneer, His length of shambling limb, his furrowed face, His gaunt, gnarled hands, his unkempt, bristling hair, -/ . His garb uncouth, his bearing ill at ease; His lack of all we prize as debonair, ; ;. Of power or will to shine, of art to please. Yat, whose smart pen backed up the pencil's laugh, Judging each step, as though the way were plain : Reckless, so it could point its paragraph, Of chief's perplexity, or people's pain. Beside this corpse, that bears for winding-sheet The stars and stripes he lived to rear anew, Between the mourners at his head and feet, Say, scnrril-jester is there room for You'l Yes, he had lived to shame me from my sneer, To lame my pencil, and confute my pen To make me own this hind of princes peer, This rail-splitter a true-born king of men. My shallow judgment I ...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

VICTORIA. . " The Executive Council, after repeated deliberations, allowed effect'to be given to the sentence of death passed on David 'Young, for the Daylesford murder. The execution took place at the Castlemaine Gaol, on Monday, the 21st ult. Young maintained his innocence to the last. A man named Knight, an absconder from London, per Dover Castle, has been arrested at Melbourne, charged with embezzling moneys belonging' to Moore and Brown, of London. He was sent back to England. Ou the 15th lilt., a cabman, named James Breeze, was sen- tenced to seven years' hard labour for throwing vitriol over the face of one Ann Pickering, aged twenty-five. The young woman . is sadly disfigured, and has lost the sight of one eye. A grass-fed ox, weighing 1,6241b. in carcase, was exhibited the other day at a butcher's shop near Melbourne. Alfred Frederick Fitzroy Etheridge, formerly accountant in the "Bank of New South Wales, at Geelong, Was committed to take his trial for embezzling moneys bel...

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WATERFALL, SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

WATERFALL, SOUTH AUSTRALIA. THE romantic scene to which our illus- tration refers is that known as the first waterfall on Fourth Creek,-one of the most interesting of the many to be found within a f e w m iles of Adelaide. The cas- cade is situated in .a deep ravine that runs .back from the plains whieh iuter . sect the Mouut Lof >ty Ranges. The place is much fre- quented by pic-nic parties and pleasure seekers, who find in the cool shade which surrounds this lovely spot an agreeable ? change from the dust ;and turmoil of city .life. WATERFALL OX THE FOURTH CHEEK, NEAR ADELAIDE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

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COLONIAL ARISTOCRACY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

COLONIAL ARISTOCRACY. At a late protectionist meeting held in Melbourne, Mr. Ambrose Kyte, M.L.A., made some amusing revelations to show the absurdity of the aristocratic airs assumed by the Upper House. He said he was a member of the Legislative Assembly, and a favourite to some extent with the majority of the working classes ; but he was not ashamed to admit that he went after a wheel-barrow and sold hay. (Cheers. ) He was not ashamed to admit that he sold corks and collected accounts in the ginger beer line for the President of the Legislative Assembly. (Loud laughter. ) Twenty-four years ago he sold bread and cabbages, and the President of the Legislative Council sold firewood and gingerbeer. (Renewed laughter.) He did not mention this in derision, or to hurt any one's feelings, but simply to show that members of neither house had any grounds for laying claim to dignity, except it was the dignity of serving the people faith- fully.

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THE NORTHERN AUSTRALIAN SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

THE NORTHERN: if AUSTRALIAN i SETTLEMENT. :i "JL'HB lJort. Denison ; Times says :-' ' From. tile raport of Mr. Gr. Fisherton, who has just returned from, the Gulf* of Carpen- taria, we learn that the feed along the Gilbert is good and. plentiful, the late Tain having extended to the Gulf. Most of the land in the ¡I ¡Leichardt district is taken up and stocked with cattle and sheer». .Our informant push- ed 200 miles beyond Macdonald's on the Upper Leichardt. i .aincl reports it as one wast chain of moun- tains, extending as > ;ïar as the Gregory. ¡ 'The natives, al- though numerous, .-are quiet and harm- al ess. At the time ¡he deft (22nd June) i; .rations were getting 'exceedingly short, :and there was no .¡?sign of the arrival .of any vessel. Mr. i "Fisherton has "brought down a specimen of cornelian, .-stone, which he found an the Leichardt Dis- trict. The stone has "been placed in the Jiands of "Mr. Head, I Jeweller, of this j town, and-will be for- j .warded to Sydney j if or...

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ST. PHILLIP'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

ST. PHILLIP'S CHURCH. ST. Phillip's Church has the honour of being the first impor- tant ecclesiastical building erected in Australia. The foun- dation stone of the old church was laid in July, 1793, during "the provisional gov- ernment of Francis .Grose, Esq. The pro- gress of the bidlding was so very slow that four years elap- sed ere the tower was ready to receive the time-piece, which in those days was known as the town . clock. The walls were completed in April, 1804, but the building was not consecrated until - Christmas day, 1810. His Majesty George the Third, regarding with favoiu' the erec- tion of a church at .'Botany Bay,' for- warded to the Gover- nor a massive com ¡munion service, as gift to St. Phil- lip's, where it is still used. For, many years the late Vene- rable Archdeacon Cowper filled the in- cumbency, and with :it his name is im- perishably connect- . . ed. The new church ^stands on the crest ,of Church Hill, «where it forans a pro joainent object. It is a fine...

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THE MAYOR'S CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

THE MAYOR'S CUP. | THIS magnificent trophy, the gift of the Chief Magistrate of Sydney, was run for at the late Randwick Meeting, and won, after a most exciting race, by Mr. Tait's Volunteer, beating the famous Tarragon by a head. The cup. which is silver gilt. Stands on an ebony pedestal, stand and cup being about two feet in height. In point of workmanship it is a masterpiece : the en- graving and embossing being in the very best style of art. On the sides of the cup are four oval shields ; on one is engraved the following dedication:-"This cup was presented by the Hight Worshipful John Woods, Esq., Mayor of Sydney, to the Australian Jockey Club, to be run for at their Spring meeting of 1865." On another is engraven a racing device; the third contains the designation of the prize and name of the winner, and the Corporation arms occupy the fourth. On the first page we also present a portrait of VOLUNTEER. The winner of the cup, bred by Enoch Cobcroft, Esq., of Single- ton, is a bro...

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BATHURST RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 September 1865

« BATHURST RACES. The following are the entrances for the Publicans' Grand Handicap :_-Declouett's Pacha, aged; Ryan's Forester, aged; Ryan's Brisbane, 5 years ; Loder's Tamworth, 4 years ; Wilson's Dick Turpin, aged ; McGregor's Union Jack, aged ; Blackman's Playboy, aged ; Parker's Quandong, 5 years ; Ford's Duke of Athol, 4 years ; Ivory's Canobie, aged ; Lee's Paraquay, 4 years ; Tait's Volunteer, aged; Lee's Sultana, 4 years ; Real's O. K., 6 years.

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