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POETRY. IN AN ATTIC. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

POETRY, ^ *?■ IK AS MTlC. (won tHit &.TLums imtfnrj; Thlsisno^U-ic-i-oom. B&dwn, ftrfHtedt 1 Mb cwutowt am* is high «md Imrt to gain; Tie test n\mjt the pain. Par are poaoe and freedom; room for speech ©rrilonoa, a*nay luite* changeful mood;— loclefyh hard by.fe*i do not reach *lfcl> lofty idtiM*., Too ^spinas ritrnlfrrs In Wilt IrrTrrr rmttnt * _ See only brtok*. oadjmnd, and WtadftwM will*; wit toft* kbor*lfce dust Malt Heaven's light to«^rly4& the elreet the shadows creep. *.■ <w Tofirnight IjOfiv whileyet mj fmpJhtill The Uw wide fcoriswvk tfreop. FJoodad ritii*Niii«jo)(L The day ogwes earlier hsa.' tA* ihofm T oee ♦* Aloug the roafr ihcmrMwt *unbeam peai,— . T lire lbdsfligh^ limitless and fthe, •> While you ore tart ia atop. 1 cMch the rusU t of the moult leares, 1 eee their brmthing homcLS* rise and (ell, iuliMir, ftaa ihetr high iwrcti along the eares, v Ti c bright-necked pigeons tall. "Fiu-ft-om the parieiuu with thM/gwmlotu arowds ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ART AND SCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

A3il© SplEKOE . i M.-SCHWrt* haa<moe wore woorded Jiii oixerratioo* of thng phenomena (ippti on the -w) *" the Afammfali XaUndUen. 4*1* «f pbawwtionin 1808 ha dh- i emend Hi anupai on two tUja onlj X&ejrt. | ICandtQ-he&iundaoapsta. - -

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

THE GAZETTE. The following notifications here appeared In thj QaKTv/mmt Oautte JjOTTebkb and RAWfcBs.—Gambling for religions, charitable, and other purposes, by means of re dee, haa been lately earned on to a considerable extent in Melbourne and in vaticUE parts of the country. The pnblio are informed that all lotteries, except raffles of a private nature, or for the distribution of pro perty amongst the owners thereof, or for some work purely of art, are illegal, and that thq police have been instructed to take pro ceedings against all persons who violate the law In this respect. Baffles for work* purely of art ore illegal, unless notice thereof be given to the Attorney-General, and unless the raffle be not disallowed by him within one week after such notice. (Signed) Geo. lilGnmoTEAH, Attorney-General. ELECTORAL DlSTBICT OT THE MtlBEAT.— Coinbhtownia appointed an additional pol ling-place lor the Wabgunyah division of this e)< ctoral district. Nobth-Webtebk Pbovikce.—Th...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE BENDIOO AGRICULTURAL SHOW. I SANDHURST, WEDNDESDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

THE BENDIOO AGRICULTURAL SHOW. I SANDHURST, Wedmmdat Epmim. Twtay Sandhurst made (he wnnnri expo sition of lit agricultural pni|ma;«iidtr Dm Auspices of the Bendigo AjtUfcint nj' Horticultural Society. Though the district fi known to feme chiefly, if not entirely, for ite aunftrouz weaith-though the wand of the pick end axe, and the clamp of quartz crushing machinery, are more familiar to Its' population than the plough or the reaper—it fa not without thousands of broad acres of rich soil, which only need cultivation to make them bring forth the frulle of the earth in abnndanoe. Already the prac tical farmer has taken poaseaslon of many parte of the district, and some of the places within the Bendigo Agricultural Society's sphere of operations-such a3 Bullock Creek, I Stralbfieldsaye, and the oountry in the vicinity of the Loddon and the Campaspe— are amongst the most flourishing agricul tural cettlements in the colony. The society has, thi refore, a good field for ite labours, and ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIPS TO ARRIVE. SAILED [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

SHIPS TO ARRIVE. Ship. Who. fx™, j AIIm CtVy AMotia Aaooll. Aniattc .XttJandw.. fcnhioirta.. Odui , .. GencruJ JllohJek Bnrrteoa .. Juau Battray KeSilagton Xntt LouU War MulUh „ flUwtM .. * Wat Sun B»m ted hUrle ssl*? Winter .. WaJkf Nytnpli JT&t J. „• IJ M' .. 'Clyde .. - 1160 Condon .. ..July*. 1100 London ..June 50. 806 {London .. ..July 6. UD iUuUlo .. - 806 Too-Giow ..July 18. #• KcvYoHc ..UunelL .. 'San Fntnctoo .. — .. (Rotterdam ..wnlylO. .. |8an Fmnciioo .. April 11. .. |K»»T«nt . ..'July#. .. ih'ea York ..{JuneIS. #27 Loudou .. ..JulySI. .. brounandiaviui .(Nov. *9. CI UwpM ..JulyIS. Rotterdam ..(July IS. Urerpool .,'April IS. Deal .. Dad .. ..June so. ion Uuuburg .. June 13, London .. .. July IS. LeWi ..June 17. •nitmu .. June SI. W London .. .. June Id. LBS London .. Julys. Llmpool .. JulyC. . . Poo-Chow ..JulyIt. 10S4 HonnKouy ,. July Si. SH London .. . ..IJulylh.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE OBSERVATORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

MELBOUBNE OB8ERVATOBY. Lat. 37(leg. tfmln. 63eec. 8. J Ion. 9h. S9min. 54*8 Ttkb Balls.—1Tim* or Daor. obsrefatoet Mtur mm. Oct. 5.—At WUUamttown, no signal. At Melbourne, lh. Omln. Oteec.; corresponding to «ucnnnca MKAS TIMA Oct. 4.—ISh. SOmin. 6*2sec. Date. Oct. 4t 9 p.m. Oct. 6, 9 am. Oct. 6, 3 p.m. 29*851 58*5 M*0 29*821 Sfl-2 30*3 23*899 ( 07 H | 51*1 Tnx ship Dover Castle anchored in Hobson's B*y on Friday forenoon. She left Plymouth on the I2th July ; crowed the Equator on the 7 th August, in Ion. lPdcg. WP, and the meridian of Oape Good Hope on the Uat August, in 1st. SSdeg. 8. She was then de tained for eight da Ft by easterly winds. Captain Ayka reports having bad remarkably fine weather during tho pasage. Cape Otway was pasted at fire p.m. on the 29th uJt. Tiis ship Collingwood left San Francisco on the 4th July. Captain Legg reports having had Uii winds and making' a good run until reaching the longitude of ISOdeg. cut, has since then been detained by adrerae winds. He w...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIPPING. HOBSON'S BAY. ARRIVED,—OCT, 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

HOBSON*S BAY. ABBIVED.—Oofc 1. Ed)he,s,s.l3ohn T.Rolls,from Portland, Port Fairy, and Warrnwnbcol 80th ult. Passengers—saloon: -Mrs. Must and Mtaee Must (two), Mn. Moobray, Mra. Harper, Mra. Stnploton, Vr.G. O.Levey, M.L.A.; Mean. J. It. MtJU, Brown, 0. Leetch, hiAan; and nine tnlhe steerage. 6. G. Henty, agent. Itoyal Shepherd, **,, from Pott Albert SOth ult. Passengers—faloon: lire. Ford, Messra. Bumford, ■ wwiibvib-^jiwii . Ail's, coru, utsiti. nuiuiuiu, Waldutifc ; and three j\. the steerage. W. Bogles tod Co-»sgmts. Sapphire, barque, 237 torn, dames Pie, from Bird : Icfcuid vjfi Lady Elliott Island. No' pueeogen. Gustav Becks, agent. RUnbeth, schooner, 62 tons, U Dealt, from Cir cular Head. Twcf passengers. Captain Doull, agent. Doscame, schooner, 63 tons, /ohu Black, from Wynyard. One passenger. Vetcnry. brig, 160 tons, Jamea TuBoch. from Loan mivjvuis, urw, wu wn», vouin iuiiuvu. iiuui cuum* ceslon 2&tii ult. Pawengera—cablu: Messrs, Syrian and F. Xieym*. dames Benty ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CALIFORNIAN FLOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

THE CALIFORNIAN FLOUR MARKET. The following letters per Othello, received by a Melbourne firm, here been handed to tie for publication San Francisco, Aoa-. 1, 180L Oentiewien,—Please Cud endued duplicate o( my letter per Mr George Grey. We remein without my anlnuaftem yoor port or 8yilney. tie Othello goea tofiydnrytn mUaet. The Helvetia tnd Either will prohphly eleo return In ballast. Oar market for Vfdol. per barrel. Oar croje are very deficient, and unleealaigw ahlpmeata from Chill or Eastern fit" ■ am made, oor market during the spring moo the > will be considerably higher. Freights here ruled vcry dull, meet eeeaHa batliv oor part In ballaeu Yours very raUMctfully, J. rtumusMB. San FraneUoo, July U Getttlemen,—Since the departure or poor Hr. Kiie •ell, era hare bed numerous erriveh from Keweeatle, enr l»lt datea Iww to tin 10th of IU}'. bom Sydney, the ship* Albert Edward and Johannes Atdbeolna «tU not return to the eetonbe; thb> Helretla will mobably return t» bat* but. ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RIVERINA AND INDEPENDENCE. (FROM THE PAHTOBAL TIMES) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

RIYERINA AND INDEPENDENCE. (FBOM THE PAHTOBAL TIMES ) Ntfwtbat the link bet we m the Riverine As sociation and the powers In Sydney bat been ■evered, it will be necessary that we ahoold prepare for a long, arduous, and perhapa ooetly, political struggle. Oar first appeal to Enghtoa may not be suoeessfnl— it would be wonderful were it otherwise. The interest which the Sydney Government can bring to bear at home is something considerable, and if we were to sketch it as it appears to as, not magnified we fear, It. is possible that many hearts stont and strong in the cause of independence wonld quail. We must hear in mind that &U the great station-holders, even in Kiverlua, are not licked with us, and it is possible that they would he against us. We have it on good authority that there is a strong opposition, powerful in influence, monetary and social, already in London who have declared their antagonism to the Birerlne movement. No one knows this better than Hr. W. A. Brod rihh...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

GENERAL ftEWS. TH.r Kreo or Prussia.—The Avgiburg GaxUe brings us tidiugs of a recur t bravado; indulged in by Bis Majesty of Prus.-ia. " I would rather consent to let mv right hand be chopped off tbuu allow the Isle of Alaen, eo gloriously conquered by my tjoap?, to fall: back again uucer Danish domination." A Diplomatic Tailor.—Mr. Poole, the Lon don tailor, has cieated a sensation in Berlin by bis arrival in that. city, and the splendoilt1 with which he travelled- having a secretary 1 private courier, and master of the chamber. He was bound on a mission t o toe Crown Print*-, it apjj a'f, and «a< obliged to full jw him to K.sstneen.—ftrjn Joitrna*. Lepbgbt re England. —'i'lnre is at present | nnder Dr. Hi.here care ill the London Uni-j riitiiy C'olli g.- Hospital, a mil p1 -.1'. who affords a unking illostratlou of true leprosy ! t jrmrrly so common, but now so rare in this country, aLd at present almost unknown tkrvugLoot Europe, except in com-districts of Norway and ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TEA IN INDIA. (FROM THE ARGUE, SEPT.80) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

TEA IN INDIA. (rtox tus imaos, swt. 80) The history of to* cultivation in India affords a striking illustration of the progress a " novel industry" may make in a country where climatic and other attendant influences are such as to justify its introduction. The value of the ex ports of tea from India in the last ten years has risen in the following propor tion .—1842, .£17,211; 1852, £59,220; and is 186% £192,242, But we find, from a recent writer on the subject, that this statement doea not at all accurately alum the fall amount of production. The produce of the north-western provinoee commands so high a price upon the spot, that a very assail proportion of the whole is exported j and the Assam Company sold last year 20,0001b. to the commissariat at Calcutta. And yet Ifct otoorttiioii to is inrpftftiing so fest that thetiadedn London have recently found it necessary to appoint distinct daysforthe public saw of Indian teas. IlueifewDfbuioeB under which the eultivatioa of the tea plan...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE DOCK AT WILLAMSTOWN. (FROM THE ABOUT, OCT.3) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

THE DOCK AT W1LLIAM8TOWN.! (ROM TBS AEOCS, OCT. 8.) Under tbe bead "Contracts Accepted, in lait Tuesday's {rdrrtfe,'was an an nouncement which, though it probably attracted little attention from the general public, may be' regarded as destined to form an important landmark in the history of Victoria. These were the words to which we refer—"Towards con " structing a grating dock at Wiiliams 4>" town {portion of contract), £12,000, " ThomasGi^istkb and Co* We need hot remind the readers of The Aryut that the neoeesttyof a graving-dock in upon public notice in these tolnmns for nearly two years, and that Williams town has always bear pointed out as the proper rite for such a work. The pre sent contract is for a portion of the asm of £25,000, voted by Parliament on February 4 in the present year, Kto " wards the erection of a graving-dock " at WilHaWiitowa" Mr. VEEDOir theo stated: thsit the estimated cost of the dock was £100,000, and that ft would accommodate the largest vasseli wh...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PEOPGSAL FOE AN AUSTRALIAN CUSTOMS UNION. FROM THE SYONEY MORNING [?] SEPT. 23.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

TEOPGSAL FOE AN AUSTRALIAN CUSTOMS UNION. CVOK TRX SYDNEY HOBKtSG BB&AIX, SEPT. 23.) amcng tnedy for oar bolder qn .rre-B, most mmti at, would be the i-et ibliiUment Of * Customs oiilon. With respt--l to t le re distribution of the moaey acooiiiiug to th; proportion of populstloB, there would not, probably, ho much quarrel. TLe mi.or dig pates that might •ries on that point could be settled without much difficult}'. The more serious obstacle la the w&y is the diversity of opinion eboat the model tariff that should be adopted in common, and the instability of the popular will, which is always demanding rimjpi in the ta iff, and is restloss in toe absence of meddlesome legislation. One attempt, however, war made to esta blish a common tariff, and up to a certain point it was ruooessful. We are bound to remember that it fell through iu consequence of the defection of our own Government. Tbe conference that met at Melbourne tj die cms the subject c f a Uniterm tariff did...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BORDEB CUSTOMS QUESTION. (FROM THE BTDAETY MORNING HERALD, SEPT. 28.) 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

BORDEB CUSTOMS QUESTION. (FROM THE BTDAETMORSISO HJS&ALD, BIPT. 28.) 1 It has happened for oar special Instruction ' that jostat the time when New South Wales has been forced into the collection of its own dories on the Mom; by the refusal of Victoria 1 to offer an; friendly assistance In the matter, Victoria has been forced into the sime obli- [ Cation by the refuial of South Australia to accommodate It. And it is Tery remsrkablo to notice the different behaviour of Victoria according as it suffers or inflicts the Iujuiy. So long as only New South Wales suffered, Victoria was shocked at the idea of border duties. The moment it began to suffer itself it established a rigorous preventive service. Placed ..between New South Wales and South Atutralia, Victoria Is something In the position of the Irishman who had to take ] part in a triangular duel, and who received a shot from either side, while he had only one I shot to return. Victoria finds itself quarrel ling with both its ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MB. AND MBS. HEINE'S CONCEPT. 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

MB. AMD MBS. HEINE'S 0030BBT. 1 ■fbaooocert ilvae brKnttdXn Heine, at £L Georfe'ahaJI. on Toeaday mo* ho. taken m « good oacmy tat almUar entetaineaenta ken in fataao. • Hitherto, nwafcol iwfonnaiiceofttoilgUafaortlui ben mdyottabtabla U JCdbooron tat jotaenilgMh oomph wffllhewMnta man ho ir allte metropolitan aocMjrla tolM opfa tonltfaintMei nwe* oad-tho tamon maj not be iota. Mr. Heine hrn already won ocr lata taatabtaVte:', "WUhotaiaitawing on p—if erieoan. ere may italtdoiraMMilMtae^aal to the ktaaebmknA andoa Vejlne u cUe ■taM mufc, and natan tbe AQtaiur* of tfcifrit ittiifcift Bftflyfti titflrt nilfff1**1 con* ffiiiirt ft® crtikaU aread. Iota jtaththagiayad tta EtchIh Oocoerto of 6fefci,n aolet^Dl fab |<ii,*cfP»ta»inli MtaaMlBarttataiiaot VtagTtnapa on Mm airof "Bt-ftaHcbfr Day," bniteotaateaamaen.; •ndtoomdattalrtte eetdthenpoUnmbecameimthneiaeHr. Ma.* BdneweMidao anoMntal ta>c* ytaaoiorte anki,ntaeoialtr in tta>ta£ta ofji grand eondofeomn uueimtn In O minor ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLYTECHNIC HALK [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

POLYTECHNIC HALK Mr. and Mr*. Cms upeatad-their eudleat entertainment *t tk* MrMhak' Halt, daring Ib mk, to good boa**. Ola aMrfHMrt iHNH to *ww tii tma with the palik mther than Othaiirim. aai the agfliRM which nightly reward* th effort* of the perfcraer* U heatta and general _

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. THE ELECTION FOR THE SOUTHERN PROVINCE. (FROM THE ARODE, OOT.5) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. the election for the southern province. (rsOlt TBK ABOtlB, OCT. ' The defeat of Mr. Powna for the Southern Province by » comparatively unknown, and certainly, bo far aecan be learnt from bis demeanour in public, not a very intelligent or even intelli gible competitor, re a warning to the gentlemen of the Legislative Colin oil to set their House in order. The public are almost unanimous as to the necessity for a reform of the Upper House ; and there is no doubt that to this, more than to any other cause, must be attributed the victory of Mr. Pettbjt. In every other respect he was certainly the loss eligible candidate. The late member was ' a gentleman highly esteemed.in the com munity for uprightness of conduct, in dependence of character, and, in some points, liberality of opinion. On the whole, he was an ex cellent specimen of the class to which he belonged; and, if it is desirable that the Upper Honse should not be altogether on. echo of the Lower, he was perh...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THEATRICAL AND MUSICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

THEATRICAL AKD XCBIOALHOIES. Sbeeloeeof tin toto'wim l» not tin limewbenwe cssfqii^ InigftiMf^ta'tin way of tintirtotiw lti»iip«lfow»| aawrihe leae, tiwre aw eoua lien* falfaoae who iota; fotenet in eo<&ine(t«n,;-feW foehlmwd enough to edmiro be gntifiaUiao to baar ^ Brurj-hne mi tomjple of the 4®°* are about to be iwhii. wen making {bribe Tbtipa, Oetviok, «u> eowe^ abort *

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SECOND DAY./P=M-/FRIDAY.OCT 7. AVODA TOWN FLATE [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

6soom> Dm.—fwMT, Oct 7. jivooi row* run. Mr. DoWi Ettr Atho< 1 HOBDU BAOL Mr. 0tt*» ILoytl Cbirile.. .. 1 oonoLAnoy mum, Mr. Smtort Mmfcu* vrikad mr. Mr. OrrtOAd UMLJlb. | Mr. DoddbSUr AIM. M. Tib.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HAMILTON HUNT CLUB STEEPLE. CHASE. SATURDAY, OCT.1. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

HAMILTON HUNT CUIB STKEPIiK CHASE. (raox tbm iLDaixo* anozuo&) Shotomy. Opr. l The flnt (ttepledbaie wwnacted frith tiu Hamilton Hunt Club «eim of on fiatar day bit, on the courae acteoted if the atenvda, and which waa on the aoutbem bank of the Grange Creek, fn the rioinityof the ixilioe paddock and the panonage mood*. The wratber wet delightful, and the attend.. aneo en the faHl seer the Cburt-houoe, tram: which neerir the whole of the mot wold he eeen, *u reiy luge. A good dee! of intowet »u token in the rue. end tome emonntaT betting not done, Hnwaee being faeokedat level tgtintt the fieid. At the Hntt, howem, there were more lucre then takent the tine Conn in which Ktot Pine wm turned out eecuringhim mtny friendt. The following it the retuU of the i»oe :— 4 wjjnjeoiai mm are. Value £S0, with etweepetoke of £«»•. added,; for home ngulufy hnnted with the SemQ* tonbeegke.andtoberiddenbymeiabeteef tlieHamiltonHunt. Welter weight for ege. ' Mr. E. A Ttaraet'eb ( Nine Pine (O...

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