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HEIDELBERG RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 29 March 1869

HEIDELBERG RACES- t.-^i. ? ' 'There wits a large muster on 13thinst.itb witness these races, the hill which' overlooks the course being crowded. Picnics were going bin in every direction, and as the day was1 fine those present appeared to be in tho height of their enjoyment. It is a great misfortune that 'the course is not a little larger, for the natural features of the country are particularly ' favor able to racing, besides being very picturesque. Could it be enlarged it would bring together more horses, many owners objecting to run there, as it is one continual turn ' and very muoh against long striding horses. ? The raoing calls for no special remark. Playboy scored an easy win in tho Hurdle Race, while that cur Beadsman allowed himself to be defeated in the Handicap, his stable companion, Chieftain being compelled to win. The Maiden Plate went to Maude, and the Steeple chase, after an interesting race, to Peter Simple. The Consolation fell to the lot of Musidora, who defeated ...

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KYNETON DISTRICT RACING CLUB MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 29 March 1869

KYNETON DISTRICT RACING CLUB ..:. . MEETING. ? :... Stewards r Messrs '? Robert Cook, William Swanwiok, E. H. Wedgwood, M. M'Kenna, Esq., M.L Jl\, and Salathul Booth. Judge: Hon.'iW. H. F-: Mitchell. Starter: -James Dongall. Clerk of the Course: Thomar Dickens.- -: Handicappers : Messrs N. R. D. Bond,: and. W;O. Yuflle. : The annual Kyneton races, whioh have grown into a meeting of great importance during the last two years, were held on the 17th inst., and never was there a mote com plete success than that whioh rewarded the efforts of the club. It could not have been contemplated,- even by the most sanguine speculator, that Kyneton would in so short a time have attained suoh a position in the racing; world ; and its elevation, which is as permanent as it is sound, reflects great credit on those' who have worked to render it worthy of the position' it now enjoys. That it should find favor in the district on a holiday is no test, but when it attracts suoh notice as to en tice two or...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 29 March 1869

.-??».- ''-(; NEW - ZEAL ASTD. y-.-,: .---!' (Wbllinoxpn, : 23rd, February;'!' 7.35 ! p.m.-— The -/Superintendent' of . Tarauaki ond Messrs Hurst 'and Dingle J the deputation appointed at a public mooting held at Ne w! Plymouth ,' arriyed by the 'Wellington' this morning, io consult., with, the Government upon the protection of the dis trict. 'The people of Tarauakf view' with, great alarm ta'e approa'cninj? nepirtn're 'of the detach ment of the 18th Regiment, now stationed there, as they do not like to depend for protec tion on the;' constabulary; Hicbaal ; Murphy, latp' private in the 57th Kogimont, lias been ar rested at New Ply month; on the chnrgo of com plicity in tho murders of Lieut. Gauooigne, the Key.: Mr Whiteloy and othera.^* The' : in- formation was laid by the Provincial Secre tary, and the ? prisoner has ' been re mandod ... for the uroduotion.' of evidence/ Mrs i i Gaaooigrie's . body was : inatilateti, and her linger was cut off to obtain the wed ding ring. MrTraver...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 29 March 1869

NEW SOUTH WALKS. The Countess of Beimore has been very unwell sinoe her aooouohement, but is now recovering. The Eov. Mr Maraden, a grandson ol the Bev. Samuel Maraden, has been appointed to the bistaoprio of Bathurat. . . ' Mr Vivers, a well-known squatter in- the New England district, has been committed for trial on a oharge of cattle stealing. Mr Johnson's stores at Gulligal, on the Liverpool Plains, have been burnt down. The loss is estimated at £700, and Mr Johnson is not insured for a penny. A settler ' named Somerville, in the Port Macquarie district, has unexpectedly succeeded to a baronetcy, to which an income ef abont £9000 is said to attach. Mr M'Leay accuses the late Government of having suppressed a letter from Prince Alfred requesting that O'Forrell's life should be spared. ' There appears to be no reasonable doubt now but that the Christopher George, schooner, some time overdue, has foundered, and all hands on board been lost. ' ' ' The Government have abandoned the p...

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

QUEENSLAND. The successful working of a tube-well at the residence of Mr Bond, Kangaroo Point, Queensland, is announoed by the local press : — ' It is a simple iron tube, l\ inoh bore and 20 feet in length, whioh, with a common maul, was driven into the soil, consisting of alluvial deposit and sand. Water was obtained at a depth of about 17 feet. . The apparatus, pipes, pump, driving, &c, cost only about £3.' ' From a Queensland parliamentary return we loom that the total area of land taken up under the Land Act ef 1868, up to 31st i December last, was 516,086 aores, viz., conditional pur chases, 608. Selections, areas : — 60,828 acres agricultural, 134,778 first-class, 197,428 se cond-olass pastoral; homesteads, 380 selec tions— areas, 9465 agricultural, 17,847 pastoral ; pre-emptive purchases, 57 selections — areas, 35,145 aores agricultural, 32,825 first-class, 27,770 seoond-olass pastoral. Rent reoeived,' £8990 18s lid in land orders, and £13,088 5s in cash; About half t...

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CARISBROOK AND NORTH-WESTERN PROVINCE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 29 March 1869

CARISBROOK AND NORTH-WESTERN PROVINCE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. The annual show of the above society was   hold on Wednesday at the yards, and was the greatest success that hag taken place for several years. The number of exhibits was consider ably over the usual average, although in class B (cattle) the severe drought and consequent lack of grass exercised a baueful effect upon     the quantity and quality of the exhibits, as the great majority, of cattle throughout the district have suffered severely, and were conse- quently not in condition to show to advantage. Tho same reason will account for the absence of sheep from the show, and probably the num- ber of pigs shown was decreased from the same cause. The horse stock was well represented, and it was a great pleasure for admirers of that noble animal to walk round and observe the splendid specimens of the different varieties, from the elephantine draught Prince of Wales, and the fiery blood War...

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PRINCE ALFRED IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 29 March 1869

PRINCE AL FRED ; IN SYDNEY. It wob known jby means of the eleotrio telegraph that the Galatea passed' Twofold Bay at about 8 o'clock on the morning of the 10th instant, and was off the -Syd- ney Heads at an early hour on: the following day. The Royal Sydney ? Yaoht Squadron, under the command of Commodore Dangar, aocord ingly left Double Bay on Wednes day eveninpr.and, after - evolution praotioe, anchor ed for the night at Watson's Bay. At 6 'o'clock on the same even ing, the Prince Alfred Yacht Squadron : ren dezvoused in Sydney Cove, and also proceeded to Watson's Bay to await the Gala tea's arrival. There the two squadrons lay nntil the follow ing morning, and there the gallant crew of eaoh vessel witnessed the auspicious arrival of the Prince. For want of wind the squardons were compelled to re main stationary as the stately Galatea swept past, but the cheers that spon taneously arose from the little fleet must have been a pleasant welcome to the Duke. Abont an hour after . the ...

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

THE MONTH. t ? . .. 9 ? .- . Prince Alfred has bidden us farewell, and it is to . be hoped he bears away with him memories as pleasant as he has left behind. TJntrammelled by ceremony) the Qaeen'a son has come and gone whithersoever he listed, and he has thus had a real opportunity of knowing and becoming known to a pretty fair proportion of the community. The enter* tainment of such a guest involved no light responsibility, and it is a matter of congratula tion that the people have acquitted themselves to ' perfection — neither displaying suoh in difference as would cause the Prince to feel himself among strangers, nor debasing them selves by intrusive flunkey ism. Thanks to the almost unexceptional good taste of the people, his sojourn in Victoria has been a round of genuine enjoyment. Experience has shown that custom can wither even the charm attaching to the presehoe of a real live princo — yet it would ./???:?'? be a libel on the community to say that the absence of demonatrati...

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

THE UNIVERSITY. The annual matrioulation of students at the University of Melbourne took plaoe on the 6th inst. The Vice-Chancellor, Dr. Brownless, presided. Professors Wilson,' M'Coy and Hearn, and Drs. Barker and Neild, and Messrs Kernot and Kirklond (lecturers) were also present. About twenty students who had passed their matriculation examination did not present themselves, and consequently ore thrown a year in the rear. There wan two exceptions to this in tha oases of James Doyle and Alfred Martin Strongman, -who, although having passed tho examination, cannot uotually matriculate until they havo attained the age of fifteen prescribed by the statute. There were forty-nine who matriculated, seven of them having passed with : credit, viz. : — Peter Bruoe Bennie, Frederick Jeremie Bromley, Wolfe Fink, Anketell Mat thew Henderson, Henry M'Kinley, Samuel Bow and Litbgow Taifc. The folio (ving-pttssed : — David Abbott, Samuel Amess, Stephen R. Anderson, James Boyd, John Antony Brady,...

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MURDER AT HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 29 March 1869

MURDER AT HAMILTON. At the Melbourne Criminal Sessions, 16th inst., Michael Flanagan was indicted for the wilful murder of Thomas Wood Hull, a sergeant of police, at Hamilton, ou the 20th of Novem ber, 1868. The prisoner, who pleaded not guilty, 'was defended by Mr Aspinall ; -Mr Adamson prosecuted on behalf of the Crown. Michael Conway, a police constable, stationed at Hamil ton, deposed that he knew both sergeant Hull, and the prisoner. Prisoner bad several times been fined for drunkenness and disorderly con duot. On the' morning of the 20th of November prisoner threatened to be revenged upon Con way. At this time prisoner, who was a mounted trooper stationed at Hamilton, had been discharged for misconduct. He attri buted his discharge to tho representations made by Hull and witness. After the threats were uttered witness saw prisoner at the police barracks, where they occupied quarters to gether. Prisoner renewed his threats, and ap peared as if he would strike witness. Some angr...

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COUNTRY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 29 March 1869

COUNTRY NEWS. The Foundation Stone of a new Baptist Chapel was laid in Warrnambool, on the 23rd February. Mb Malyon, of Skipton-street, Ballarat, has applied for a patent to make a cement on Ballarat, which, ho considers will equal Port land ocmont, at about half the price. JDuNOLt.? still maintains its repute as the region of nuggets. A twenty-ounce nugget was found on 22 ad ult., on tbo old lead, by a man known as Maori Bill. Owing to an increase in the rates of ex change charged on London, the buying price of gold was raised threepence per ounoe by the Sandhurst banks on the 19th ult. Mn William Williams, of Ironhark, Tarna gulla, recently fell doivn a shaft 70 feet, from one of the rungs of the ladder breaking. On riuusly as well as fortunately, he escaped with a fracture of the ankle and some bruises. A large Quantity of Salt has been gathered off one of the salt lakes close to the Bolao township this season. The saline substance is a regular harvest there, as nearly every one ...

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GLENLYON, FRANKLIN AND DAYLES-FORD AGRICULTURAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 29 March 1869

GliENLYON, FRANKLIN AND DAYLE8 ' ' FORD AGRICULTURAL SHOW. '! The fifth? annual show of the above sooiety was 'held at the yard opposite the Farmers' Arms, and the whole was not inferior to the display of -last year. Considering that pre parations for the exhibition were commenced later than usual, and the society was deprived this season pf the usual grant-in- aid, they have no reason to be dissatisfied with the remit of their efforts; We have no donbt that had more publioity been given to tho show, that both the number of entries and tho attendance of the pablio would have been larger. A well-known farmer at Mount Franklin informed us that residents of that neighborhood were un aware till Tuesday that tho show was about to take place, and some owners of stock ?were, heard to express regret that they did not know of the approaobing event in time to enter the list of competitors for prizes. Tho sum distributed in prizes amountod to £160, of wbioh nearly one-third was allottod to hor...

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PRINCE ALFRED HOSPITAL BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 29 March 1869

PRINCE ALFRED HOSPITAL BALL. A fancy ball, in aonnootion with the Prince's visit, was held at the Exhibition Building on the 5th March. Admission was by ticket, and the proceeds were given to the funds of the hos pital as a thankful commemoration, of Prinoe Alfred's escape from death by the -assassin's ballet. A fanoy ball is always popular, for three, reasons — it coBts money, it gratifies thoXmbst powerful of all 'human 'passions, ''?vanity, and it is~ uncommon. Tho Jjirthplacb of ? tlit bal costume was Italy, but it flourished as i well, if not better, when transplanted to the soil of Franoe. In the .days?: when' masks were common, and ! rapiera ' unpleasantly . ready, when Coant Strada del Bnbbuina, returning .home with his friends Piazza da Spogna and Porto del Popolo, was met- by armed masked men, and notwithstanding a stout defence with sword and dagger, was incontinently stuok through the brisket and hurled into the Tiber ; in the days when Booaooio lived the stories he told...

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

FINE ARTS EXHIBITION, GEELONGK The Exhibition of Fine Arts in connection with the Geelong Mechanics' Institute was in- augurated on the 3rd inst. by his Excellenoy the Governor. His Excellency left Melbourne by the mid-day train, attended by his aide-de- camp, Captain Rothwell, and arrived at Gee- long about two o'clock. He was met on the platform by the Mayor, several other gentlemen connected with the Mechanics' Institute, and some influential townspeople, and conducted to the institution, in the large hall of which the ex- hibition was held. The Governor was then allowed a quiet inspection of the works of art exhibited before the general public were ad- mitted, and he expressed himself exceedingly pleased with all he saw. Admission to the hall before six o'clock was confined to season ticket holders and those specially invited, and when the exhibition was declared open, about 400 ladies and gentlemen were present. Three of the members of Parliament for Geelong, Messrs Kernot, Ric...

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

BIRTHS, 3VIARRIAGES, DEATHS. BIBTHS. ?'? '!:Mi ' Abbahams.— On the 8th. Inst , at her residence, 129 Fitzroy-street, Mrs Louis Abrahams, of a son. . . ' ; Bowbn.— On 7th inat., at her residence, Spring Btreet, Qeelong, the wife of Mr Joseph Bowon jun., ot a daughter. -;- ! ? ' ? ? --?.--???? ??? : Brownb.— On the 26 th February, at 11 Burlington . terrace, Lanadowno-Btroet, East Melbourne, the wifo ' of Hugh Juttor Browne, of a daughter. ' ' ' ' , i Bryant.— On tbo 10m March, at Geelong, Mrs G. ' Sryaut, of a son. ? ' Bush.— On the 12th March, at Sandhurst, Mrs Albert Bushorason. ' ? ? '? ?..?....? Cameron.— On the 8th Maroh, at Bh&wbdnk, Mortlakc, the wife ot Mr Duncan Camoron, of a son. loutts.— On 11th March, at Holmes Btreet, Bal larat, Mrs. A. Coutts, ot a eon.' Couk.— On the 18th March, at Barkly place, Sand hurst, Mrs Julius Oohn, of a son. Oarr.— On the 18th March, at her residence, Boundary-street, Sandhurst,- the wife of Mr Bobert Oarr of a son. Carter.— On tli o 1...

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THE BUSH FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 29 March 1869

THE BUSH FIRES.   It was apprehended that, in addition to other   disastrous results from the intense heat, we should hear of extensive bush-fires ; and we regret to say that such apprehensions have been sadly realised. The Geelong and Ballarat dis tricts have suffered severely. Mr J. H. Con- nor's station, Stonyferd, has been destroyed. At Pomborneit, Parrumbeit and Carpendeit the following selections have been completely burned, and all wooden improvements there on, viz.: J. H. Coanpr'a and his purchased land and wooden improvements ;' Mr George Connor's, Mr Butterworth's, Mr Whitchell's,   Mr Noonan's, Mr Woodward's, ' Mr War- ner's, .Mr Richard's', Mr Silk's; Mr McLel land's, part of Mr Manifold's run, part of, Mr McVean's run, part of Mr McArthur's,   Mr A. Black's, and others. The fire at Pomborneit is said to have been com- menced from a fire left by some one travelling on the edge of tbe road near to the Pomborneit post-off...

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ANOTHER ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 29 March 1869

ANOTHER ENGLAND. There is room for a new book on Victoria. No doubt plenty of books have been written on the subject, but the most notable — such as McCombie's, Howitt's and Westgarth's — have beoome antiquated. During tbe last few years we have been making history at a rate unpre- cedently rapid ; it is a history worth telling too, and, could the fitting historian be found, would furnish matter of interest to others besides colonists. We must say, however, that something more than a mere historical narrative brought up to the latest date is required to meet the exigencies of   the present moment. We want a book which shall be descriptive as well as historical, which shall faithfully portray the natural features of the country, the character of the population, their habits of life and tone of thought, their institutions, indus- tries and prospects, so as to do full justice to a British offshoot, of which, unfortunately both for them and us, the British people at home ha...

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

PASSENGERS SAILED SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE MARCH MAIL. February 27. — Empress, 1313. E. P. Ellis, for Lon- don. Cabin: Mrs Connibere, Mrs Fry and two children ; Rev Mr and Mrs Causeland and four children, Mrs Wood and two children, Mr and Mrs Feathers and five children, the Misses White; Messrs Low, Richards, Hansel, M'Gregor, and Lee. Croaker, Scott and Co., agents. March 2.— Geelong, R.M.S.S., 1217, R. T. Dundas, for Point de Galle, via King George's Sound. Cabin : For King George's Sound — Mr Walpole. For Galle— Captain Lovell, Mr J. Jackson, Mr F. Moore. For Calcutta— Miss Stark, Colonel Stephens, Mr J. K. Lawrance. For Penang — Mr Paddy. For Bombay — Colonel Nasmyth, Mr Kerr. For Suez— Messrs. S. Mortrange, W. Gilchrist, J. H. Thomas. F. Orippa. For Marseilles — Lord Somervllle, Capt. W. H. Nor- man, Mr and Mrs S. Murray, Mrs Badcock, Mr and Mrs M'Gregor, Miss Yenckea, Mess Du Croz, W. P. Muir, G. J. M'CauI, J. Clark, Parker, T. B. Ulpo, Charles Andrews, W. H. Dillon, A Samue...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 April 1869

DE.J D B . J;p: N , G H * S ;??' (Knight of tho Ordor of Leopold of' Belgium) - - EIGHT- BROWN' COD LIVER .OIL.1 J' * .. The praotical oxperlence or the .mdst'jomlnenV medical men cjprlng the: last twenty yours hasno/w conclusively established tho f act , that thq^luU ,beno-~ noial effoota bf Cod Liyor Oil can be realised only by tho nflo of Dr.' do Jongh's puro and palatable Light- ? brown Oil. '..-?? , ?? '- ? - ' '' ' ' ' CONSUMPTION A&D DISEASES OP Tips OHEST. ' Dr. DB JONGH'S OIL is administered' wlth'ex- ' troortUnary buccbbb in cases of Consumption and, ' DlseaBoa of iho Oliost. ' . . : : ????'?:-;. ALLEN G. OHATTAWAY, Bscr., Surgeon to' th» Leomlnster Tnttrinary, England, writes :— ' ' ',-r * ,?,' 'Tho effects -'of Db'. de Jonoh's On are very far' superior to thoso of any othor Ood Livor Oil. 'Nearly ., four years since, two cases of confirmed Consumption were placed under my caro. In both, tho lungs were a mass of tubercular deposit, and every poBBiblo'souha ' to bo...

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FATAL ACCIDENT IN HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 April 1869

FATAL ACOIDENTIN HOTHAM. ' A ?hooking aooident which ended fatally, and whioh was caused by either gross carelessness, or some thing worse, en the part of a cab man, oaourred on the 3rd inst.. in Hotham. The viotim was Sarah Ann Jackson, a girl fourteen years old, who had been engaged from the Industrial Sohools as a servant by Mr Joseph Reed, shoemaker, of Errol-street. The girl had been sent '-' for some groceries to Johnson's shop in QueenBberry-stroet, and she 'was returning crossing that street when a cab coming from the lower part of Qaeensberry-street knocked her down. One of the wheels passed over the lower part of her face, smashing in the jaw-bone, scattering some of her teeth, and inflicting wounds of whioh , the poor girl bled to death in ten minutes. The cabman never stopped hia con veyance bat drove away as fast as he could, and has so far succeeded in escaping without recognition. There were large numbers of per sons in the street at the time, all of whom ran to the a...

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