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THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 November 1866

THE MONTH. The R.M.S. Geelong, with the September mails from Europe, arrived in Hobson's Bay at six o'clock on Sunday evening, the 11th inst. The Panama mail, which is due about the beginning of the month, has given no sign yet of its approach. The political world has been very dull during the   month, the only enlivening event being the public announcement, by Mr C. E. Jones, the member for Bllaarat East, that he had resigned the office of Ministerial ''whip''. The resignation is attributed   to disappointed ambition. He recently addressed a meeting of his constituents, at which he volun- teered an ''explanation.'' But they seem to be dissatisfied with it, and threaten to discard him.       The Exhibition has proved to be an inexhaustible source of enjoyment and instruction to the people, who have daily flocked to it in immense numbers not only from all parts of Victoria, but also from the other colonies. With its ope...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MINING ACCIDENT AT MOUNT BLACKWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 November 1866

MINING ACCIDENT AT MOUNT BLACK WOOD. On Sunday, the 4th November, a magisterial inquiry was held by Mr. Henry Lawrence, J.P., at Simmons Reef, Blackwood, touching the death of Henry Gribble, a miner and a shareholder in the Crown Quartz Company. From the evidence ad- duced it appeared that the deceased was working at the company's claim on Friday morning last, and was in the act of drilling a hole with a view of de- taching a superincumbent mass of auriferous quartz and earth. He was working on a steep incline, and it is supposed that he must either have dislodged the ground on which he was standing, or, that in trying to get out of the way of some stuff which he had loosened, he must have stumbled in the act and fallen. His brother, Charles Gribble, who was   working in another portion of the claim, was the first to witness the catastrophe. His attention was arrested by hearing deceased call out in a loud tone, and on looking up in the direc- tion where his brother was...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FISHING IN OLD WATERS; OR MELBOURNIAN REMINISCENCES. No. III. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 November 1866

FISHING IN OLD WATERS ; OR MEL BOURNIAN REMINISCENCES. (by jika jika.) No. HI. Five and twenty years ago the Yarra Yarra was a sedate, steady-going, bridgeless, wharfless river ; and, before the construction of the breakwater under the present ' Falls' bridge, used to flow both up and down at Melbourne, the tide projecting such an infusion o f saltwater as at times rendered the daily beverage of ' man and beast' one of the most nauseous doses imaginable. In summer it was a sort of deco ction of hike -warm water and brine, with a dash of soap suds, and ' taken after beiug well shaken' in the dirty casks in whicli it was drafted from the river to the dwellings, often stimulated that recourse to the nobbier, the great characteristic of ancient as ?well as meditoval Melbourne. Still, the Yarra Yarra did not belie its simple native name. It was ' flowing, flowing,' placid and picturesque ; and though dull a nd dreary in its progress through ti-tree scrub from the junction to the city, it...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPIRITED CAPTURE OF A HORSESTEALER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 November 1866

SPIRITED CAPTURE OF A HORSE STEALER. A man in the employ of Mr J. Richardson, son., of Spring-hill, while passing through Creswick with a waggon and horses, on the evening of Thursday, 25th October, fell off the waggon owing to being drunk, and was so injured as to have to be taken to tho Creswick district hospital. The horses also broke away with the harness. Three of the animals were, however, soon secured and token to Mr. Whatman's Court House Hotel, but one got away. Mr Whatman proceeded to Spring-hill on Friday morning, informed Mr John Richardson of the oc currence, and, in company with Mr Thos. Richard son, returned to Creswick in search of the horse. After searching for some time the horse was found on   the White-hills, and not far from it, in hobbles, was the trotting pony belonging to Mr Joseph Williams, the loss of which was referred to in Fri day's issue. Mr Whatman not being able to bring in Sir Williams' horse, went to his house, told him about having see...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ROTUNDA, INTERCOLONIAL EXHIBITION. THE INTERCOLONIAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 November 1866

1 -HE i H O T U N D A, I N. T E 11 C. O L ON I A L -EX H.I I! IT 10/ THE INTERCOLONIAL EXHIBITION. i ..'Wo are indebted to the hon. Mr Bindon, the present Minister of Justice, ,f or the proposal to hold a series, of intercolonial ( exhibitions of industry. Tho Parliament of Victoria afforded very generous encouragement to the project, and the sister ' colonies, in a spirit of friendly rivalry, were. chal- lenged to a competitionin a display i of the pro- ' ducts and manufactures of, each, and will bo fairly iX'eprosented at the Exhibition. In carrying out the iwiskes of . Parliament,- it was proposed to utilise the expenditure to . be incurred by making additions ; to the Public Library, so as temporarily to serve; the purpose of an exhibition building, and a por tion of the land forming the Public Librai'y. re- : serve was granted to the commissioners '-appointed by his -Excellency Sir Charles ? Darling; The plan ultimately adopted was ? ' to construct two rooms at the rear of the ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 November 1866

T 'B V T BROTH E R S» Importers of I R O N M O N G B-.B.Y; CUTLERY, S T ATI ONER Y, GLASS AND EARTHENWARE, DRUG S And ? ? ??? ? O H 3 U I C A L S, PERFUMERY. CIGARS, PIPES, &o. DEN T A L GOODS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, WORK-BOXES, ' WRITING DESKS, : FANCY GOODS ANB JEWELLERY, TOYS, &c, &c. IRONMONGERS and CUTLERY DEPARTMENT Electro-plated ware Kerosene oil and lamps Hollovrare Tinware p American goods Compasses , - Saltor's balances ' Rules Brushwaro Bells Looking-glasses ' ? ? Vestas Saddlery. STATIONERY DEPARTMENT. Printing, brown and drawing papers Sugar bags Calico flour bags Toy books Account books Artists' colors Playing cards Pocket books ? Slates ? ? Albums Copying presses - Twines ? , ? ? . Church of England prayor books Bibles Catholic books. CHINA and GLASS DEPARTMENT. Breakfast, dinner, dessert, tea and toilet services, in earthenware and china Glass, richly cut and engraved Hotel-keepers' glass. TOBACCONIST DEPARTMENT. Cigars, in great variety Meersc...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 November 1866

PRIVATE INQUIRE OFFICE. (JktebliBhed in 1868), * 78 Elisabeth- street Melbourne. MB O T T O BBBLINBB (late Detootivo Officer) has the honor to inform atnerous friends and the public generally, that, at the suggestion of several mercantile firms of high standing and solicitors of eminence, ho has esta blished a PRIVATE INQUIRY OFFICE. Mr Berliner bas reason to hope that his uniform attention to business, coupled with the good cha racter he had the satisfaction to receive on retirement from public sorrice, ? ?will entitle him to meiit the confidence of his employers. . .-'. A' staff of experienced officers are kept under the ttperintondonce of the undersigned to perform the following duties : — - 1- Inquiries for absconding debtors, i 2. Do do insolvents. # 3. Misting friends next of kin. 4. Debts collected. 5. 'Writs served. BRANCH OFFICES : LONDON (Into Inspector Field's), Pabib, New obk, Berlin; New South Wales, Charles Wright, Esq. . AGENCIES: New Zealand- Provinces, Queensland, S...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POST OFFICE NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 November 1866

POST OFFICE NOTHK The .Royal' Mail steamship Bombay will be de ipntched with the mails for Western Austinlin, Point ie Galle, India, China and the Eust, Aden, Mjjuritius, Ke-Union, Nntnl, Cape of Good Hope, Suez, the Medi terranean ports, Europe, America and the United Kingdom, i The times appointed for closing are — For registered letters, at six p.m. on Tuesday, the 27th inBt. . . For newspapers (via .Marseilles excepted), at six p.m, on Tuesday, the 27th hist. For ordinary letters, at ten a.m. on Wednesday, -h -28th hint. ? For newspnpers, via Marseilles, at ten a.m. on Wednesday, the 28th inst. , : Late letters will'be received as under, provided the postage and fee are fully prepaid by poatnge stainp.s : — For France orforeign countries, via Franoe, at the G-eneral. Post Office only, from eight to half-p.iat eight p.m., fee, 3d ; from . half-past eight to ten p.m., fee, 6d. .... , ''.-;...?.? . Western Australia, Point do Galle, India, Chiua, and the East, Ad«n, Mauritius, Reuu...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. VESSELS ARRIVED AT THE PORT OF MELBOURNE SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE OCTOBER MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 November 1866

SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. VKSSELS ARK1VED AT. THE PORT OF MEL BOURNE SINCE THE DEPABTBKE OF THE : OCTOBER JIATX. ? Ootobkr. --..?: ..?.?.-?.,;-,? -? ??.-?-. ????;?. ?'-.-.-; 27. Malaurd, b., 1767 tons, George E. Bird, from (Plymouth. . C. Lowis'and:Co.. agenta. 29. Bruce, ship,.' 1110 tons, M. Lyle, lrom Glasgow. Holmes, White ami Co,, agents. ' 29. ' 'Wirbniora, ship, 1008 tons, Wm. Robertson, from London. -Holmes. \Vhito and Co., agents. ? 29.' Ecliptic, barque, 314 tons, B. Harvey, from Foo '????' Cuow ifoo.' Holmes aUMKusROll, agents. 29. N'orman, -iorqno, 251tons, F Orfe'r, from Mal don Tslond and Snmoa. Captain, agent. 30. Marian,' baique, ili tons, J R. Scaplehorn, from Talcabuauo, Chili F. W. Prell and Co., '??.? agents. . ? . 31. Adriatic, barque, 303 tons, Thomas Cappon. ; from Mauritius. Moore, Hawthorn and Co., agents. .,.--...-. 3l. Siam, harque, 75-1 tons. H. Tiedemann, from Sail Francisco via Sydney. W. J. Gray ami Co., agents. 31. Thetis, French barque, 500 tons. E Gir...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE BANK ROBBERY IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 November 1866

THE BANK ROBBERY IN QUEENSLAND. Our Inveroll coia-espondent, writing on the 23rd. ultimo, announces the capture of two of the men who stuck up the Mackay branch of the. Austa'ah'au Joint Stock Bank on the;12th of Septembor last, getting clear off with £746. Their names are Henry Ford alias Billy Billy, and William Chainbers alias Yellow Billy. ' : ; : ,. I am not able (says the writer) to exhibit every link in the chain of circumstances that led to the arrest- of these scoundrels, for they are both secured, nor are all the facts relating to the capture of such yet knowu to -any singlo individual, but what fol lows may bo doponded on us -reliable: It seems that sergeant Doherty, of Warialdn, was two or three days, ago on a journey to. the Barwon, jind,- whilst stopping for refreshment at a public house on the way, he noticed an' nuusualplethora of tho circu lating medium' in tho shape of' gold- and bran new bank notes, and, being somewhat curious' in tlfe mattciy he made' luibwn his ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANGLING MATCH AT RALEIGU'S PUNT.—SEE PAGE 11. ANGLING MATCH ON THE SALTWATER RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 November 1866

-i^GLI^G MATCH AT R-VLEIGn'o PUlsT.— Sed tags 11. ANGLING MATCH ON THE SALTWATER RIVER. Our illustration on page 4 gives a view of Raleigh's Punt, on the Saltwater River,, a spot well known to all anglers about. .Melbourne, and were the .first match of the; : season,.; under the superintendence of ; the Anglers' Protection Society, took place on;;Saturday '.- afternoon. ,.: The competi tion for prizes was open to allcomers at an entrance fee of half a crown eaob. -The hours allowed for fish ing were from one p. m. to half rpast sixip.m., andthe fishing , ground . to - be anywhere ? betwepn the Railway-bridge; over the Saltwater River and a place known to anglers as the ' Sandbank,' and situate about,, a;; mile, or so above Raleigh's Punt, where the river ?winds its way ! round .the Maribyr nong estate. ? Competitors before :cpnimencing, to fish had to meet .at the punt J to hayetheir baskets overhauled by Mr Alves, and this operation |ha,ying been gonethioughj: the.firing .of a.gun ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MARYSVILLE AND NEW CHUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 November 1866

MARYSVTLLE AND NEW CHUM On the road to Wood's Poutf, known ns tlio Yarra tiack.-niany little townships have sprung up withm the past two years, and storekeepers have experienced a few of tho ups and downs of Victorian life. Wo give two illustrations, the first of which shows tho bustle with which our colonial tradors seizo on a location m tho bush when they have an idea that tho Uidlic of a dibtrict (will law e to pass the spot selected. In the county of Anglesey, on the Steavensbn River,' about sixty-five miles from Melbourne, and forty two from Matlook, and situated m dense bush, tlie postal town of Marysville thus sprung up. A little gold has been found in a small creek about 12 miles distant, and the color had been seen in other contiguous paits ; there is also a belief that gold bearing quaitz 'in paying quantities will be found on the Stevenson, which expectations, if realised, will soon convert tho1 desert into a fruitful place. Tho second~illustration' gives tho other side o...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE GEELONG WOOLLEN CLOTH COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 November 1866

THE GEELONG, WOOLLEN CLOTH ..,?.-..?., , v .. COMPANY. ? ?The building' for the Woollen and Cloth Manu facturing Company, on the banks of the Barwon, is progressing rapidly, and in about ten weeks from the present time' will be. finished. From a visit to the .works, yesterday, our reporter had ample oppor tunities of judging of their extent ; and, certainly, although so much has been said of them, the out side public who have not had an opportunity of Beeing and judging for themselves, would be astonished at tho magnitude 'of tho speculation;' The building first erected, which was considered insufficient for the purposes for which it was in tended, is most substantially built of bluestone, and the main room is 111 feet hi length ; .but although this insufficiency was admitted, and a contract taken for the new building now in course of erec tion, the original building has since been found to be absolutely necessary j or tho carrying on of' the manufacture of woollens, i tweeds, &...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ARRIVAL OF THE MONARCH WITH TROOPS FROM NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 November 1866

ARRIVE .L OF THE MONARCH WITH TROOPS FROM NEW ZEALAND. , . : -. The transport sliip Monarch, whoso arrival at the Heads with part of tho 14th Regiment from And'.. land was telegraphed on Friday, 9th ihst., anchored in Hobson's Bay late on Monday evening. -/The pas sage has been unusually protracted; owing , to light and baffling winds. , The troops which have arrived^ include tho head quarters , of tho regiment and. 466 rank and file. During the last six years the.regi ment has seen a great deal of active service in Now Zealand, and has taken a foremost part in the inanyhatd fought engagements vwhich have taken place- hi' that colony. The 14th -Regiment lias, at ?'one time or another, taken part in all the most dis ?tinguished engagements of the present century, and tlieir, deeds at Corunna, Waterloo,, India, Java, ?Burtpoor and the Crimea are now mattery of history. The soldiers themselves give evidence of the servioo they have seen, and a more healthy, fino and vigorous body . of ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN GENERAL ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 November 1866

WiPRiaSBEr^^ : ; '.£': jTh'e'lannual sit'ting ;pf-'tho; Presbyterian assembly : -commenced qn^Tuesday., 18th inst'.|-. at /the -'Collins-.. ;Street;'phurchV ''Thd/Bevl! A?D;?^Kininmbht was elected nidderritpr,; in' pliice-'of the%etirihg.;m6derat^ ;THp :mo'Bt: importantV.businpss i bnHWednesday-'forel j inbon''was1th.b a'p^ jministersjand';eld6r's| io'ebmrnunicato Avitli the;1 ^ synod' .;pf Jth'e'Freejphurbh*,; 'with* a :yiew of, Ibririging about -ffieirlti^pn^mth^ffieJmam'bo'dy-bfrtheP^ . fln;'th'o';eybniijg'gcieridnt^ ^^a'repprji'was received from. 'thel;h.eatherivi!n^ libusa- ;f ormp'd^itteU; in.to^a cpmmitie^^^^ ?sidcril^pbii't^he^maijagembn^^ ; ^^miflsipns.j 5 Several7 prppbsals rfbr .tlieir 'more, efficient' .worldng'$erb\d^sctiss^d^i'/,^''.X^ :?; t The1 attention 'of ?the ' -asseih'bly^ on '-Thursday j'.was;. 1 chiefly vpccupied'TwithVthbi question'- of 'cducatibn^ haS'ingi'rbf erence* to the ' measures 'about ' to''be:taken by', the. Goyo'rnmcht''.oh'/ the- : subject' j'and'...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SWAN SPEARING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 November 1866

! SWAN SPEAKING. Our sketch, is ' a good representation of the mode adopted by the natives of Australia in spearing the black swans which frequent most of the rivers. -'.? Thy. hold a bundle of.-reeds..andj-ushes ? iiir pne;{handi'i%o ^as to -hidb their persons fromithe : gained oiid wade info- the water , until sufflciently^clpse ? .^to- make sure ofj/theiriinMk^whenthey' launcK'their ,spe^rE,'?fin^thq^ and/rarely miss theii-i object.?.': The .'ypunger: swans are gbp!i.eatuig,;dnd;iri- the ?season .tlieroaro'iabyays ^plenty to he;,puTchdsed-uv; the ;poujtry;shpps'of Jthe Uargb. towns rthrpughput ^^thp^cblpnids adjacent. to! the' i)jvereffl^:^jv^!^}^yr:^.^'-^!/ ;';:-' i' '^^-rfi'^''-', :'? native ;; mode of spearing; blacks swans. ? ??-.: !£#£$ :'? native ;; mode of spearing; blacks swans. ? ??-.: !£#£$

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPECIAL EXHIBITS. MARBLE WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 November 1866

SPECIAL EXHIBITS. KAEBLE WORE. The statuary marble mantelpiece which we iunre engraved represents one of a pair exhibited by Messrs Huxley, Parker and Co., Melbourne, and is well worth notice, from its being entirely manu factured and designed by this firm out of the finest quality of marble. Its principal attraction is on elaborate frieze of fruits and flowers, most artisti cally executed by a talented Swiss sculptor (Francis Fallet)) who can also be credited with the remaining ornamehtedpartsofthepieee. The other exhibit bears on the blockings two classic heads, carved by Mr J. Gilbert, which are exquisitely finished, and will stand -the closest scrutiny for both workmanship and effect. -In close proximity to these will be found a monumental figure, in Australian statuary marble, and .pedestal. The former, a kneeling child, has attracted general attention, from the very natural and life-hie attitude whioh the artist (Mr J. Gil bert) ' has so happily rendered.. The bedroom suite ex...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE INTERCOLONIAL EXHIBITION. FIRST SIXPENNY NIGHT AT EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 November 1866

THE INTEBCOLOtflAL EXHIBITION. FIRST SIXPENNY NIGHT AT THE EXHI BITION. On page 8 we give a view of what might be called an episode in the history of the Exhibition. It is a ?view of the crowd as it appeared on the first Satur day evening after the opening, the charge on that occasion being lowered from Is to 6d, in order to meet the circumstances of the working classes. It is only a partial view, of course, but serves to Bhow the crowded state of the building. It was gratifying to observe that, although there were nearly 3000 persons assembled within the walls at one period pf the evening, there was not the slightest confusion, experienced, nor the smallest accident to the exhibits, reported. The admissions on that day, morning and evening together, amountecUo 5559. ' . - BEDROOM SUITE EXHIBITED BY MESSRS BEATJCHAMP AND JftOOKE — Srs paol 5. BEDROOM SUITE EXHIBITED BY MESSRS BEATJCHAMP AND JftOOKE — Srs paol 5. Mantelpiece exhibited by messes huxeey and'paeker-Sbbp^s.i « Mantelpiec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 November 1866

Printed and Published by Ebbnezer and David Syme, Proprietors of the Age NeWspnper (in accordance with Aotl7 Vic, No. 30), Elizabeth-Btreet, Mel bourne, in the colony of Viotoria.

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PICTURE GALLERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 November 1866

PICTURE GALLERY. The picture gallery, at the Intercolonial Ex hibition, occupies the southern -wing of the building, and comprises seven or eight courts, in which are collected a considerable nmber of   oil and water-color paintings, and a vast num ber of photographs. It is not our intention to   give either a catalogue or a critical survey of this collection, but simply to particularise a few of the more noticeable productions. - Many of the pictures are familiar to the Melbourne public, having been already exhibited, and noticed by the press. This   remark applies to " The Departure of the Pilgram Fathers " "John Bunyan Preaching in Prison," and several other fine paintings, which formerly hung in the picture gallery of the Public Library. It applies to some of Mr Von Guerard's choicest productions, such, as " Mount Koscinsko," seen from the Victorian border " Tea Tres near Cape Schanck, Victoria," and " Western Mountains, near Longford, Tasm...

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