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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

Shipping. TJLACKWALL LINE of X> ucxm For LONDOM, Dim*. The fcroorKe fuMpr ahlp anolbset, ]«H> torn, A1 nt Upd'a. EDWARD J0NE8, Uwnimdtr, Ddrnfing to Mem. Oromi, of BUekwtU. Tie name ol the fceonljte MsdmaBimr AnsMf i, »W»«U known In thl» tohdethrtit la lone iiA to refer at enj lest* to her quality ee .aUfa* ... : ! Foriduu of cehiiie, »nd neeasd end third clam dietary Kafco.a pplj to w r WHITE nnd Co., 10 KHmlmUi etreet malli. No eubogenla ornmaem ere ottthoriaad tonoein I pir-ce-money or lew" Ihlfde Messrs. honey WIORAM * BOMB* (Of Blackwall Yerd, Loredoo) LINE OF STEAM AMD SAILING SHIPS, «onmriidng the Kent, BftNott, Tliyjndilre, NorfclA, oki luen). True Briton (new), and other well-known , l£T«r" l£, *Woh hare WWt Wqmly fcr the Jmlralian pareengwtredA ~ FOR LONDON DIRECT, To eell with pmactualttr ON WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, The celebrated clipper ehip YORKSHIRE. lKWTmw, A1 at Uoydh, E A. REYNBLL, Omwiieretw. Tlie above-named ftroorite pereoonretdpwaa built 1 It Itlackwall erp...

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

ART AND SCIENCE. ' Jn •tripping the, wntiotfiofioiw vtfO" . toil dcoontod otti«rt>oBM('<n Unttarn obout Out ItutthM* ualf. fiat it not isditBoult to aav who taught him Uie tit. The steel, whose blue edge the aocu mtepaj»Ure.of the Egyptian tombs We pre J^edjAyplorc then three thousand fern old. .How Mather temper oopper with tin ? Bow; mould aid ipse the metals P How . work the. . ndn^io|Btibia,'jmd Sinai, end the Red Sea, ,whieh;;tif|md8 j»r under the-,meter? ; Wfty wrudw.emid three miner to-day, and behold the iemfins of the poor workmen, where the ihadtt hake broken, or the eiraratbns fahen,. Jnthajiewidee of the greatness of that power WhichoQefw^ hecatombs 'of lire* in the build "n^.df^han to which the nntioinaas'a greet nori6oe.. Or how is it posesihle thet the hktdeibrWtttiite end softest sandstone were eliko eiigiwTcd end polished with e 'skill far •urpseehu 4he workmanship of the Sheet thigHa in Eeknoe P The obelisk which Usnds in eohteVybthte at the Piece de ...

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

LITERATURE. THE BOOKS OF THE MONTH. The. ..borne literature of October presents lea of real Interest than usual. Authors do not, Ukc t tees,'put forth tbei r blossoms, period 1 cillf, and this season' is a] ways a deed one in the world of books, but it is unusual to ' find so little really worthy of notice. What of leal moment has appeared has been chiefly In the scientific world, and the papers read before the British,'Association, especially, are of great merit. At, however, it Is only polite to give precedenoc to the ladies—and Mies Brandon, we presume, claims to pass for one—cr perhaps upon the principle on which vessels in clearing for action commence by throwing their rubbish overboard, we will notice Ibis authoress first. As certainly as the commencement of the four seasons, each trimestrial period sees a new novel from Miss Braddon. In October, 1862, appeared" Lady Audley's Secret, "andeet nil the world agog which prefers strong literature to pure, just as coalheareis prefer...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENGLISH COMMERCIAL LETTER. LONDON. Oct. 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

ENGLISH COMMERCIAL LETTER. (no* TBI COBBBBFOBSBBT OF THE ABGUSj LONDON. Oct. 26. A glance down the list of suspensions which I hare gleaned fiom the papers will afford a significant picture of oar financial position at the present period. Our monetary eitnation is critical in the extreme, and oar immediate prospects am gloomy. And this feverish state of things is co extensive with Europe, nay, with the greater part of the world. He would be a bold man who ooold predict that we shall tide over next month without a commercial crash. November la the fateful month, and many are looking forward to ita advent and advance with tre mendous dread. Too will find little in the paper* indicative of any rerions alarm, and that for obvious reasons. The great danger to be dreaded and deprecated if the setting in of a pernio, and therefore our mosto tary organs wisely refrain from repreaesta ttoos calculated to Inspire or^agravatedis tiust. The failure of the Leeds B«"fc'rg Company, and the disclos...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIPPING. HOBSON'S BAY. ARRIVED.—DEC.10 [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

shipping. HOBSON'S BAY. ABKIVED.—D«o. 10. Postboy, •ch arter, W tona, J. (ta«l|», ftem Sumbeweisth October. Paseeager—cabin: Mr. Mar tin Youde ted llirtin> ijftfiU. Anl b « J. Patriok, froa Port Albert Dth lust. pwstnirCTS—<*bta: UU« De*kio, Mra. Jonos. win SIRrs Thomson, Hra MraTtflI»ock [lomr, m»w. •"» Viicvier And Ho.. uSi U. Diadem, schooner, 75 tone, H. Smith, from Ware munboul Bth Inst. Mo pmeogera. Hardy and Co., agents. F1} intr Squirrel, schooner, 70 tone, H. A. Pasley, from fort MsoUonnetl 8th Inst. Ho paasaogwa. Pivot t Brothers end Oo.agenla. Lady Allele, brig, 182 tons, D. Kluekt* Cadis August 12th. No paaengera Bll teHuut. from Bilfb nod likruouiVf«K«i>Mi Wtsteru, as, W. Luom, from Portland, Port Fairy, end Wamtimbool, eth Inst. Peaeengen —celiln: Mrs. Finn end Bon, Mia Sunderland, Hours. Atkinson, Ollihe, Norman, Williams, Brans ; and ten In the llocrigts. 8.0. Henty, agent. Dec. 11. Neptune, aa, 811 tons, Eobert Kerr, from New castlo, N.B.W., uth los...

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

PO&T OF INVKEOA&OlLb BfflOUB ODTVilM. Not. S3 Uooldaa, (or Malboairoa. CiRin Quoona^cl too. Tort "Boy, raporta that he baa bad a tklr jiwp trfxa IMa«> to tha Lnila, aiooo iha ha Mia had as alma* aanUiwol auoonttou ot atony X, aaB S.X. irtada; ao mttobaa, that hi lab (Mac- &,a<tha Oapa.be bad toUa-to tor reran uuaaaauHta Mffl, cMaOy la ceamqam$<* a vwj beaT7 aaa numb*; Udaod, Iba atrac* Meterty winde, with Bute anxpilOD, prmBad up to the Ota*y. dhptaSnbaeaiip^daiiiiythornyafebotroompletea, haabad ooaatoo to TWt nv at ttiWaali of tha Indian Atthlptlayo, harh* ha«n eayayaddnziaf a portion U tho pat aaoan man"" la oonrajtay • Porturoaee aabaaty, with their aCaeta, (rone Jera to Hmor Dffly, at lMffWalliWa W«»h4 *>» plaooamnaytha rnrtii(ueae twO|ia,lBlirhld»,hf wat lorcroM.ecno auportor oOotn raawhaptlrntad Wt contoittaatit jtoat niMiiftatwl lUoalf aoant thou hi wboodlaatee in ponaaqaaaoa nf. aoaa tnayalarty (n leattU* their jmj, «Mah hi...

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

COMMERCIAL. tit AiutraUsim Office, Mondey Erealnj. In ordinary circumstances the advloee by (be English mill as to tbe shipments of the month woald not hive been considered un favourable. They an not extraordinarily large, and inaome articles, each as balk ale, (insularly ahott; but the Intelligence aa to tbe stringent date of tbe money market, and tbe nnmatoos foUares in coiNtwn hat bad a Boat deprewlng effect in the import market to-day. BertrfcUon of aooommoda dation on tbe part of the bank* Is nato rally anticipated, and the consequences ate looked foiward to with some anxiety- Importers are afraid either to sell or to boy. Tbe first effect of the news from London baa been the embenasmnent of the well known and highly roepected hocae of Oleve Brothers. It npfgats that the reprmeu tative of the Am in London, l£r. D. Cltvr, finding hir affaire Involved, suddenly departed forAmeiloa, acquainting hie cre ditors by letter from Qoeenatown that he was unable to meet , his UsbiUta. The ...

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

8HIPS TO ARRIVE. Alexandra.. Arietta Aitm Arslanbbe.. B*n Nevis.. Cathay Coleroon .. , David and Jenrie.. B. Greely .. .. Elcbfo Etierick .. Eurynome . Foreat Bights Gefle .. General Michaels.. Golden Empire .. Greybctmd BeraldoltheMorn tag « Indemnity .. James Wlahart John Bonyan John Ftaser lady Darling lidfttdTlue Lenadowne Levanter London, Loot* Mayer LudbeUe .. Marguerite V uta Boh Nary Francis Mustang' NlcotatlJivd .. Norman Orwell Prinoees Bed Jacket Fed Borer Sabrtna Sophia K. der Be* nrrtaBden lbeafele •. Teriotdate.. ; Tranrit ' True Briton New Totk Pwrt Loots < SundawaQ, 1 riAOork March 21 FWCbow ^ r.|Sept24. July 6. July 23. Sept. 17. Sept 21. Nor. 10. Oct. — Aug. — Oct 21. Oct 3. Oct 12. Sept. Id. July 10. t London, te ail aQ:hop*!. Poo^%ow London .. Colombo Boston .. Valparaiso F- o-€how Liverpool Oravesend Dt*l Rotterdam Lend n .. foo-Cbow Glasgow Oravesend Loth Qraveeend (Liverpool. ) tvii Cardiff S Liverpool Oravesend •. Deal New York London .. Brouwetaha...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. The Australaian Office, Wednesday Eveninr. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

MELBOURNE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. 5toe Amtnlwta Offloe, Wednesday Erenlnr. The rod inteHlffenoe had no beneficial influ esoa oo tbe markets, notwithstanding tr»e met-ema of shipment has not been of excessive amount. Stocks of neaitj all description* of Imported good* ars ampU, and 1b excess of tbe demand, ami until these are worked off no Improvement In prices c«n b» reason ably looked lor. lbs very modeiate shi,>m«nts of bulk been bare caused a better feelitu on the part of bolder*. Mmm of most approved brands are In bet* ter demand. Hope and malt b»ve also been in m»re inquiry ; but. generally, speaking, the result of the advices by tbe mall baa not tended to enhance prioes, or mste any improved demand. South A us ual Urn wheat is^scaroe, and wanted for mining pur poses. Foreign flour is in no inquiry, and somewhat difficult of mle. Horee com' it ales in Uasened demand, and prioea am easier. The shipment* of kerosene oil prove of lighter extent than were expected, and salea o...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RELATIVE VALUE OF FOODS. [The following notes or [?] from Dr. Voelcker's Paper on the Chemistry of [?], read before the London Farmer Club, [?] appropriste now:—] [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

_ OFiX)OD0, tike: VoddkuVJ . mi Ubn giving not more thin Sib. per day per heel in the oaic of bulkxb—it we gore it with food that if rather binding, with beantnesl, j straw, and bay. But linseed-oil is too ex- : pensive. It only produoes fist, and we can obtain fat from cheaper sources. Linseed cake will be found more eoonomieal than lin seed itself. Bnt linseed-cake is often adul terated with bran, which is of inferior value, and is, moreover, liable to get mouldy. In cottou-seed cake, if made of the whole seed, (be excess of the nitrogenous matter in the kernel is diluted with a substance like saw dust. Hence, ur.decortieated coke baa fre quently been found to produce a better prac i tieal result than decorticated s nevertheless, the I latter cake is the more valuable of the two. | We ought to give decorticated cotton-cake with a good deal of straw, inferior hay, and roots; in other words, with some bulky material. It is of great importance, especially in the cue of ruminating ani...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SUPPLY OF WATER IN THE BASIS OF THE MURRAY. (Continued from The Australasian of Dec. 10.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

THE SUPPLY OF WATER IS THE BASIS OF THE MURRAY. Br Sib ABTars Ooiiok, B.E. (Coofirivedfrom The Australasia* of Jjtc. 10.) If now wc take for dimple a deeper river, say twouty feet deep, twenty yards broad at the bot tom, and fifty at thetop,"and allow the bend tobe l.OOOyards long, and the neck to be cut through 100 yard* loDg, the two embankments would take about 5,000 cubic yards of earth, and the cutting about 1,000, m all 6,000 cubir yards, which at 3d. would amount to £75, and as the bend would contain 35 v 1,000 yards > 6J — 234,000 cubic yards, the rate would be 3,000 cubic yards for £1; but this would provide water for four years. Every work of this kind executed on the line of a river would improve it, as it would shorten its course and increase its current, and thus tend to keep the lower stations better supplied. Thia is, therefore, one cheap and unobjectionable plan for improving the supply of water on the lines of those rivers which are otherwise uncertain. The emban...

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

THE AUSTRALIAN KNOT. (FROM THE SPECTATOR.) A greet opportunity has Mien to Mr. CardwelL Tbu contingency anticipated lot twenty jeers has at lift occurred, and I treats with him to cony ont tbe policy which all England bu (or (bet period congratulated itself on accepting. For at leant twenty yeans—tver since Sir William Moles worth first admitted the tight of tbe colonies to self government—English statesmen have boo repeating that the colonies Were tree. We should Lot tipcat a ticond time the blonder of tbe American war. If Australia or the Canada* chore to stay beneath the shadow of the empire they might stay and welcome, Iut if thry chose to go they should go without hindrance or animosity. The dogma that we tboold never fignt dependencies tried by Englishmen has been reochotd with an tmphasla which proves that the spankers had at faeait some latent doubt of the strength of tbtir own resolve. They bad, aud for tola very obvious reason. It was just barely uos " s grown to tbe rank ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE TRANSPORTATION QUESTION. (FROM THE TIMES, OCT. 18) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

THE TRANSPORTATION QUES TION. (noil fas rucsa. ocr. 18J Our Iwt intelligence from AoMralia hod prtptrtd na for lbs angry and, u iro think, IlladrUtd communication from the Uintdry to the Governi r of Victoria which we pnbUm to-day. Melbourne haa long-been iu a fer ment of agitation about the continuance of transportation to Western Australia. It it not enough that the proportionor convicts hitherto ■tut thither ihould not be exceeded, the cotonieta demand that the ayetem should be abandoned altogether, whatever the tnooa ventence to Gnat Britain or the other par tis concerned, Failing to obtain the tin cocditioral aubmladon of the Colonial Olfioe to them tense, they have meditated varioai kinde of repTiaali on the mother country. In the Ia«t cation of the Melbourne Par liament it mat travel; propoaoi to vote a inm of money to ptransport ticket-of-leave mm to ocr own aharea. The motion waa aactemfnlly reflated by the Govemmeot, on the ground that it waa premature, and that It would b...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE PROPOSED PRLZE FIGHT IN IRELAND. (BY ELECTRIC AND INTERNATIIONAL TELEGRAPH.) (FROM THE TIMES) DUBLIN, TUESDAY NIGHT, OCT. 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

THE PROPOSED FRLZE FIGHT IN IRELAND. (bt elzcteic akd rkteexatiokal telegbafh.) (pboh tbi rona) drrlin, Tuesdat nrcht, Oct. 4 Owing to the patties nut being able to agree on tbe choice of a referee, the intended fight between Mace and Cobarn did not take place. It was, however, thonght that, at there was a piomifc given to have Cobarn in the ring, Mace would also appear, and a referee would be chosen on the spot. This, however, was net the caEe. Shortly after one o'clock to-day Col-urn and hie party proceeded to a demesne near Cssbe), and staked oat the ring, in which Cobarn appeared, in order to be able to claim foifeit. An agent appeared on the pait ot Mice, to protest. Ample provision had been made by the authorities for the preservation of the peace, and it is probable that if the pugilists had met the fight would have been prevented. (BT CLECTBIC AXO UACKSTIC TELEGRAPH ) Dublin, Tuesday. The expected battle between Maoe and Coburo did not come off. It was, according to CoLum's ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DEATH OF THE DUKE OF NEWCASTLE. (FROM THE DAILY NEWS, OCT. 19.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

DEATH OF THE DUKE OF NEW CASTLE. (nou tbk suur wewi. oct. 10.) Tk* Duke of Newcastle died yntertar «mn UW ftt* flMitar to wvrfn «Yjtobk, «t dombw ®Mk.v •/ .. Noatatapw*of Mrtlmshatwon o won lutrMN) impact wd IfiBM than the Dok« •ajrptriod could be more mimed and mourned then be will be by good cttfr mi of ell parties and wfijs of iMcktug. ' That «och • Mtniffer ebcnld te cut ofMwfdra we Ug.n to think of age in connexion with him, and when we ralglthavo hopedlbr adosen or twenty years' more public servioa from bim, b one of the1 grave pointed mUfcrtunes which every gene ration has to beer is fte tnru. Btoh genera tion knows what It ti to euffer that sinking and heaviness of the heart which is oaused by the new* that the admired states man tr the fraitrd Minister is struck down by diseases lost in political or actual death. Living men can recoil but too many Of nth calamities; and if there was a stronger sbcck in the caee of Canning, and a deepi t enguish in that of Peel, there could ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE BAKING IDEA. (FROM THE ARROW.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

Thk Eigrnro Ima, (nunc tax iuot.) if too wfafa tognm thfahw,<lnli>hh yottr4wtt j * itofotetotiintaii ofptkato; And take t And new tMU t*e»d1iH iUVoiitpd or<Uk Too no>twridntii])!^tlmBi«tai>4% To mttaenlar exmse,a&d In, Write* vwy«iul!iamajef^m>t«tofla*B5w •* Will make a nun hmltb?, and wetfttyr, uritih| | Take to mental atcft!ocH-fi^bt Ay of 41m^aa Yoatnayi . 2iiB»«art|wtaBelift«r«f)mlttigktegteM» T*mra* on* thing wrtfciBtnr to fahh yoaf tahhtVM fhu^fl^nMtfctnMteiadteBtefnriaL 9 .. „ . ttejwi*^' Mmi (FbOm J/jkdot "Prifcn.") l.w.tnn .« ttU»Bcut4bmui,«tOt*Bwck, lat9 hentbek A Qcxsnos job not Ootntoa Cosa OQ|htnotthe RaulHereto *3511 Astboloot at F*tn.t. (to niisxEt wo m.) Zulkitl. rair next na'illuiAJut«L ; And to ore jrow, WW nc'erVtMeert U» <j"*ijk' Tb» watfaerhyttie«<iiitnrtlilinwftwM*, ' Itaa JOB Bight prophrn-eemie« «U. intfaeou degree e( nttaMllcetaieet At taut without tnmwjerwAijojxiAme: And ta who toeke ftr flatAe...

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

miscellany. i 'Wf 5' wcrt fcutti fn BOMUWtwle noldtafVb cttnpIBMWWiJ 'BB»r BnakaidMnVlra l«fottWt«)iingtnn. JulylJ, JWi:—. ... Qturth Xwbu Le,_ ■ ■ ; C<w yon tell tit, fi/ Oet their fill .. ^oUiWtoSi£L Why, yw, laM, WhettlejUUSfw i . j-.iffifc ■ And nwenfaani ■ .■ > —a* ia iiiIim ii it . Ait mailt locator in it. dude our wtafatiU WiUidbrief Uton **.Ti?! Tom," * Landau ftooee "of credit udnaMra'' £■ wutmtohed *tO«tond, end lierlno «bown ertnuolil!? •ngucitj »t uti eerir e«e Wee belaud br »L&Si5 own, to ict u r docoy jooee,-eod fa) lejiS/iJ* eiimile bndhrmtothewtieif»tiei»tbw,_~TJ?! for the IabIa BuikA. W( B« eanr uJra!^ thitt Tom wu a docdtAil bird, kit beet buff deuerte, Rrr, bjm»tnbkkn, he wm anew Off Umld( and comdtnod,with the nut J? totheoertoflfr. Grwrer, edLaediinheUaiuiirSS no eooner eppeered in the mertot thenhhertiie? nerrrhererter beceroeknowri end hi. >^.1. celttdoe made Um • gawnl'CmMitte. HewSj enrwer to hii nunc in the goaeiih hiLi briefc riewd...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REDUCTION OF CORPULENCE BY DIET. (FROM THE FIELD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

DEDUCTION OF COBPtTLENCE BY DIET, (no* tos warn.) When Mr. Beating flirt propounded U»* pltn which M now gtoerelljr known by bit biae. ww txprettod the nuno donbt* with rigeid to it* efficacy which *re leiteroted la enotber column liy oer valued oorreeppuaeot Mt. Woodcock. 61 w» then, bowerer, wo two aeon .nHMi toinodlfyoor owntone, end here not beelUtcd to pooferttbech*0^ founded m it it upon ibetridenoeof *•*»•» experimenter*, and neon feotaafltbln oor own knowledge, At Mr. Woodcock nrtH if we "llveonrixprtico a dar ned eatn it. we tbtll none rf ptbe too frt j bot we aro »ot »0>ute ex he t» that "tW»J»lbe«iljr hue mnidj ■molt of Mr. prove Ihtt, •mount of cttndee^bd •Weill* t * ^ " l» attend., Joe amount' u* effected, poeoe. ntvirf tj"y riMw -n-n, gffl: nt« U OKX SARSt. ^MintrtndfV: "wlledottniflrt IwdforUlrfi •ettrelj-.y,-: " Invtrialh/ sttSte ralklSr*1" kthir «x, ■ fact rectus almost Incredible, but it li not j .Mar);' so mncfli ao aa the belief current | among jockeys to wfal...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. RAILWAY COMMUNICATION FOR THE INTERIOR. (FROM THE DARLING DOWNS GAENTTE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. railway communication for the interior. IrnOH THE darliga dowim oa*ITT* ) Mr WsttB, In his address to theotoctor*, after having boon returned oe member for favour of pushing on a railroad la the di-: motion of (he south-western boundary of the colony with as little delay as possible, and without wasting time and means in Con structing byways or branches until the main lino was finished. Wo ore not aware whether bio views on tbfs aubj.ot coincide with the policy of the Government, bat it appears probable that such fa tha case, judging 'rom the course which.has bean adopted by the Executive. A oontraot bos keen taken for the extension of the railroad from Iligge's Camp to Toowoomba; tenders will, no doubt, be shortly called for the Dolby line'; and we hear that the chief engineer will, wlthiu the next few weeks, Inspect the country I ctwecn (be latter town and Con dsniine, with a view to the survey of a Una of raihoad In that direction. In the present state of the...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THURSDAY, DEC. 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

Thursday, Dkc. 15. Thr> Land Act (1SG2) Ami ndineut Bill was conridi red in committee. tin clause 6, which provides for the grant to well officer ot mi-lull r of the volunteer lorce wl o serve# as an iffective for a period ot not less than fivu ycais a certificate which si nil t»-treated asequlvaleut to the sum of £S0 towards the patch use money or rent of any Crown land alterwaids acquired by the holder of such ceitificate, Mr. Dane pioposed an amendment, in creasing the amount to £100, but making the grant of the certificate contingent on service before the enemy, or on being called out for si i vice on the approach of au enemy. The amendment was negatived. On clause 6, which repeats certain sections (from 12 to 87, inclusive) of the Land Act of I8G2, Mr. Beeht proposed an amendment, re taining the 12th section, on the ground that it secured 10,000,000 acres for agricultural settlement. Sir. Grant opposed the amendment, be came a great object of the bill was to abolish the dist...

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