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SCENE NEAR COOPER'S CREEK, IN THE VICINITY WHERE BURKE DIED. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 April 1869

-SOENE .NEAR COOPER'S CREEK, IN THE ; ; , VICINITY WHERE BURKE DIED. ' --The. remarkable appearance' of the table topped lands,, aa presented in this sketoh, will at onoe strike the eye, as well as the curiously ?- shaped bottle gum trees, or gouty stemmed gum trees, as they are variously called. It is a sup position entertained by geographers that, the surrounding country has been in past ages washed away or disintegrated by vast floods, and hence the table-topped mountains whose tops represent the old level of the ancient land. There/ is much to be said to support this theory, but too lengthy to be introduced in a .few passing remarks on a very singular region of Central Australia. An exploring party — no .ess than the celebrated Gregory's — in searoh if. the remains of, tho lamented Leichhardt, is passing through this ?' in every respeot . inhos- .' pitable district. The. locality represented ia not far from, the South' Australian boundary of the province, and at! the present tim...

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"KING BILLY." [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 April 1869

'KING BILLY.' Oar engraving is a portrait ol the recently deceased lait male aborigine of Tasmania. On the 8rd nit., there died at Hobnrt Town, William Lanny, bettor known aa ' King Billy,' tbo last male dos cendant of that race who sac- ' onmbed as the white man ad vanced. Hastily have they all disappeared, and left ' no foot prints in tho sands of time.' In 1816 they were said to number 7000 sonls; now bat one old fe male, Lalla Bookh, remains. After muoh cruelty and many hardahipa, they are now beyond the handB of their oppressors. Lonny, when a boy, at Oyster Cove station, got acquainted with sailors, liked the sea, and latterly went two or more voyages in whalers. His last wan in the Bnnnymede. When she was paid off, Lanny'o lay came to about £12. This he was paid, when he went to live in the public house known as tho Dog and Partridge. There he took to his favorite but fatal drink. Getting ill, he was recommended to go into the hos pital, but while dressing for the purpose of ...

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THE CAPTURE OF NUKUMARU, NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 April 1869

THE 'CAPTURE OF NUKUMARU, NEW ZEALAND. . The pa, or native fortress, called Nukumora ia on tke west side of Middle Island, as the pa. of Ngatapa is on tho east. Nukumaru is Titoko Waru's pa. It fell into the . hands of the colonial forces under Colonel Whitmore's command on the- 3rd February, 1869. ' In his despatch he says:— 'I bad arrived before the place and opened my attack yesterday, bat from the difficulty of ascertaining the oxaot featureB of the ground, could not invest it be fore dark. This morning, however, I should have done so, and indeed had already given directions with tbat objeot, when somo scouts discovered that tho enemy was in very small force inside. I therefore directed an advance, and the enemy's rear guard evacuated it before we. could overtake them. The pa'is exceedingly strong, and as Titoko Warn must have' had plentiful supplies it is diffioult to imagine any reason except fear for his abandoning it. His preparations for defonce were of the most com plete d...

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LUBRAS FISHING ON LAKE, TYERS—FROM A PHOTOGRAPH BY C WALTER.—SEE PAGE 101. LUBRAS FISHING [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 April 1869

LUBRAS FISHING ON T./yKF, TYERS— wwm a photograph bx o. wai.tbk.-sbb page 101. LUBRAS. FISHING The G-ipps Land lakes, are ft favorite haunt of the few aborigines still existing within this colony, and, as .they abound with iisli, a means of livelihood is provided which does not greatly tax their sluggish energies ; while the proximity pf a white population affords them a 'market in which they earn enough to purchase email rapplies of too, sugar, tobacco, and a few other luxuries. Aa usual, the burden of the work falls upon the females, and is prosecuted in small bark panoea of various forms. Towards evening' they set off in their frail barks, whioh. they propel with Blight poles, using them either to push into the muddy bottom or to paddle, but tkis last operation is also performed with small pieoes of bark held in the hands. The soene chosen fer tho illustration given' on page 89 ia on Lake Tyers, near tho mission station of the Church of England, under the snperin intendenco of Mr...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 April 1869

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. A severe thunderstorm passed over the -city on.the 30thMarob» ? -,- ^ i:vi iliii M^j -?'.- Sir Jakes Ferguson and Lady Ferguson attended tho Wesleyau bazaar on(7th :inst .. ?The Government intend reduoin'gr the Vo lunteer forco to ono company of artillery, one of cavalry, and four of infantry. Another case of detention in the oonvent has reached the public, but it is doubtful whether the disclosures are correct. -.Mb Peterswai/d has been appointed to tho management of tho stockade, in default of the cccoptanco by Colonel Biggs of that- office. His Excellency the Governor presided at tho meeting of tho Aborigines Protection Sooioty ou tho 24th March. j. The gratifying nowa has roaohod town that heavy raino havo fallen iu. ?? tho Far North, whoro the prolonged drought had occa sioned bo muoh distress. ' ;l ' The aesuinption in gaining ground that our now Governor'o yiowa on the finances of tho oolony nud. their modo of expenditure aro epunii and cnlightonud. ?,, . -. ...

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NEW CALEDONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 April 1869

NEW CALEDONIA. Thb Moriiteiir 'of 28th February brings news from New Caledonia which may have some interest :— ' An ex-pedition had been made against the Paiao and -Maloumes tribes to avenge the recent masflacres. The expe dition, which consisted of 116 Europeans and , forty-seven native . . soldiers, , under Commandant Matthieu, topk possession and confiscated, a large quantity .of .land, ; and burnt several huts,. They, were, however, un able to come up' with the men who committed the murders until * the campaign had lasted several weeks. On 7th January a detachment attacked the hostile tribes, who numbered 1500, defeated them with great loss, and slew their chief.' , ?

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AN EVENING WITH THE SNAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 April 1869

AN EVENING WITH THE SNAKES. A lecture on snake bitea and the various methods of cure was delivered by Dr. L. L. Smith, at tho Polyteohnio, on 20th nit. There was a very good attendance, and the lecture, whioh was delivered in a free and easy style, was received with much applause. The doctor enumerated andTeviewed all the known supposed antidotes, from PrbfesBsr Halford'a injection of ammonia down to the ' snake atone, f6r the manufacture of whioh he gave a reoipo. The lootnrer viewed his own remedy, carbolic aoid, in the most favorable light, yet claimed for Shires (who was present on the platform), it .he could prove the- efficacy of hia an tidote, the right to make a living, although he waa not a professional man. The lecturer illustrated his subjeot by repeated referenoe to a mammoth model of a snake's head. At the oonolasion of the lecture an interval took place for the ?having of the subjects to be experimented upon. MrSbirea then came for ward and opened a cage, from whioh he...

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VIADUCT ON THE GREAT SOUTHERN RAILWAY. N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 April 1869

VIADUCT ON THE GREAT SOUTHERN RAILWAY, N.S.W. The Great Southern Railway is expected to reach Albury in coarse of time ; and when this terminus is reached there will be railway con- nection from Melbourne to the Murray, and from the Murray to Sydney. It is well known that the line on the Viotorian side of the Mur- ray has been completed for some years ; and we now watoh with interest every step which brings us nearer to the full development, which will stretch rapid communication across the Australian continent. The viaduct represented is near Goulburn, one of the most im portant townships in New South Wales, where it is intended to establish a station. The geo- logical formation of the surrounding district, is sandstone, trap rock, slate and limestone. Copper is obtained at Lockyersleigh in the neighborhood, and gold to a conoiderable extent at various places in the district. The town con- tains several steam flour mills, tanneries, two newspapers, and a population of 3241 at the l...

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ARARAT ASYLUM. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 April 1869

ARARAT ASYLUM. Having not long since presented a view of the proposed Metropolitan Hospital for the insane, we on this occasion present a view of one of the country hospitals. The style of architecture is the Italian, and very similar to the metropolitan building now in course of erec- tion. The structure contains an administra- tive department, and two wings connected by an upper and lower corridor. The grounds are laid out as pleasure gardens for the patients. From the Vital Statistics of Victoria, we learn that the Ararat Hospital patients numbered last year 89 males, and 17 females ; that of these one was cured ; one absconded, but not retaken ; one died ; one was removed by friends or other- wise ; that 7 males were supposed curable, and five incurable ; 78 males supposed incurable, and 12 incurable.   ARARAT ASYLUM. ARARAT ASYLUM.

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BEADING BOOM IN THE MILITARY BARRACKS.—SEE PAGE 98. THE MILITARY BARRACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 April 1869

BEADING ROOM I N THE MILITARY B A Jft 4t A 0 K S.— aaa paob 98. MILITABY BABBACKS, S T. K I L D A-B 0 A J-, M E L B Or U B N E.-sms page 98. MILITABY BABBACKS, S T. K I L D A-B 0 A J-, M E L B Or U B N E.-sms page 98. ; THE MILITARY BARRACKS. Ill this number we give an engraving of onr barraoks. They are oTose to the city, from which theyareseparatedbythe Yarra. Passing the river and walking a few yards along the St. Kilda road we come to a long' and imposing mass of bluestono building arranged around four sides of a large square. The portion fronting the road constitutes the officers' quarters, consisting of a'oentral pile and two winge, one of which is unfinished. 1 Passing through' a gate on the ? left i of the offioers' quarters, we are immedi ately ? 'within the sqnaro, and observe a long line^ of buildings on the side directly op posite ; theso are tho quarters assigned to the men.': On the ground floor we found a large room containing a good library, consisting of first-class...

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THE DAY OF THANKSGIVING. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 April 1869

THE DAY 'OF THANKSGrlVINa. :!'-r'.'.i i '. ? ?-' i-ir' 'I xi ?: :.!?????' f*.r 'fi'rT' ' A stranger suddenly arriving in Melbourne 2nd irist. would' iliave .' bten! somewhat' puzzled to- adcount for tbemppeampoe; of- tlio city. All tho public bfljoeEi, the bank«, arid nearly every one of the principal: firms: in. tho: town wore closed, (and lnul it not boon- for tho fewexcep tions,' whioh .may liavo 'grated harshly on sensitivo' feolings, Melbourne 'would have presented tbo uspoct which the ? metropo lis of nny oivilisi'd country should do :on a solemn day 'of ' thanksgiving. ? Friday was originally sot apart- -by-. tho-. -Government ns a neason of national hnmiliation, : fiiatin;; and prayer, for tho rnin bo much needed , by all clauses of tho community ; but as tho - petition! was providentially anticipated, tho day of humi liation, was turned jnto a -season, of -praise und thanks. A very liirge aoction of ? the 'commu nity kept it as such, and thoir example tomomo extent operated...

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THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 April 1869

THE MONTH. ' The event of the month is the appointment of a Parliamentary committee to inquire into the caBeB of bribery that have lately come to the inrfaco. It ia not very long since the Liberal journals proclaimed the existence of a body formed for the purpose of corruptly influencing Parliament, but a large seotion of the public then thought the charge too monstrous for belief, and a seotion of tho Assembly was sufficiently powerful to pre vent a genuine investigation. How stands the case at present ? Tho existence of the association io acknowledged, tho names of its prominont members are known ; we havo ascertained tho amount banked for tho fnrther anoo of their designs, and wo havo got hold of Bomo of the miserable recipients of these infamous wages. Of course the indi viduals out of whom the information has been - extorted deny that the money was to bo used for any but 'legitimate' purposes. Somo afibot ignorance altogether. . ' We wero all supposed not ? to - know,' ' quoth ...

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UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 April 1869

UNIVERSITY OF .MELBOURNE.. -The annual commencement of the University took place on 3rd ins t., in the iquadranglo of the medical . school, (whioh had, been prepared (m'^.. .; ejlecorated^f o'^b rJtheu. ;'J3Q.aasipq) i . .;in , ,- the. ? prjar aerico of vft 'la.Tge-.namb'orrof.:yiait6xsi^hA nwjor portion of which. -was ; of ? the ? gentler ..'..:»ox: . Shortly after two ptcipbk;;theprpbessfori,.wh'i8hi had formed in the quadrangle of theUniversity, marched across tho :gronndo;;ahd-enteredi'the medical. Rohool in tho usual order, the under.: graduates, taking tho load, ?the.'raar.bejnpr irodght-.tip by the ? Chancellor. ;. On ..anturiuf? ? the;.bui)i3ingttte- procession; arranged itself iu ordar oS-!aoniofUy,'tbej :phancellor,;:Vioe-CJian- , collpVwad the ProfeBsoVB.itaking' 'their- iseats/jott ; .theijraifwdidiviBAat'.&eJeastoroiend ro£:ith:e qqad- ; ranglo, the Warden of the Senate taking his seat just below and to tho. left of the platform, nnd'tho other members of 'the Un...

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VIEW OF THE NGATAPA PA, NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 April 1869

VIEW OF THE NGATAPA PA, NEW ZEALAND. Two of our views relate to the war now going on in New Zealand between the settlers and the Han-hau section of the nativoB. The view is that of Ngatapa mountain, with a native pa on the summit, which was erected by Ti Kooti, the leader of the Han-han« who escaped from confinement on the Chatham Islands and massaored the settlers at Poverty Bay. ' The position of Ngatapa' says Colonel Wbitmore, who effeoted its capture, ' is by a great deal the moat difficult and strongest I have ever seen in this country, and of those in my camp none, European or native, has ever met with a stronger. Eiaing abruptly and of a confused and 'tormonted' mass of forest clad hills, a single cone shaped mountain rises con spicuous from its height and isolation. It is oovered with bush which has been to seme ex tent cut down and burned. The apex of the hill, which is perhaps 2000 foot high, is girted by a triple, line of fortifioation, and of theso the two inner ones ris...

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THE MEDICAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 April 1869

THE. MEDICAL SOCIETY. At a meeting of tho Medical Society on the 7th inat., held in the board-room of the Melbourne Hospital, after Dr. Leslie Gordon had been eleoted a member of the sooiety, Dr. Blair, the vice-president, nominated Dr. Law rence, the nomination beinc seconded bv Dr. Noild. The President then called on Professor Halford to read his paper on 'The Injection of Ammonia into tho Syutem.' Tho learned gen tloman in the course of his remarks stated that tho theory of injecting ammonia into the sys tem was the result of many uneuccoeaful expe rimonts. Tho thoory occurrod to him to coun teract the effect of snako poison, by injocting tho ammonia into tho veins, for whorover tho poison could roach, tho eubtlo alkali would succeed in reaching also. He had thoroforo suggested that in desperato caso tho injection of ammonia should ho tried, and ho wob in pos Bosaion of nino well authenticated cases whioh had boon treated in this manner; thoy were not all, howovor, equally valuab...

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

SMALLPOX. Several caies of amall-pox have appeared during the mouth, two of them being of a falal character. The frequent deaths which have ocourred of late from this frightful disorder have driven away the laBt vestiges of argument from those, medical men who so foolishly de signated it ohioken-pox, 'and have convinced the public of the fallaciousness of the ' atmos pheric and tellurio' theory. In the face of the very positive evidence that the disease was intro . duoed to the colony by the Avonvale, and the death of its two first victims, the assertion of some few medical men in this city that the complaint was only chicken-pox, which ought to be pooh-poohed, was in the highest degree foolish if not reprehensible. But the ' atmos pheric and tellurio ' is still worse, for in addi tion'to its absurdity its fatalistio tendency may lead some people to imagine that escape from the disease is beyond their control, and thus prevent them from resorting to vaooination or from paying proper...

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NEW ZEALAND. HOW THE WAS GOES ON. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 April 1869

'NEY^E^fasnSv^-'1 HOW- THE JWAR- GOHH ON.l In the .Wanganui, Herald of the 23rd ult.-, we find 'the following as; latest froninthe- Front : — Mr, Casey-arrived- in ; WangannLJaati.night, and reported that.- Colonel -Whitmoro .'Lad reached Waihii- and itb.at,-tk© Maoris, were about there. The scouts came upon some Maoris .who wore getting' potatoes, and killed , throo and took two women prisoners. Thos. Adainson, late Wanga nui Cavalry, gave a Maori chase, oat off his head, and- brought it: into' camp. ..'Three heads were brought in i The; women said-Titoko was short of ;food, and that his men were all leaving him. Underr. thrents,r'they told - Colonel .Whitmore whero Titoko was,, and the Golonol and his foroe marched into the bush, with, what result was not known when .the Jast news was de spatched. The Chronicle of the 25th insfc. nays : —The Front is in the bash beyond. Keteonetea, and .nothing worthy of note hua.y.ofc occurred there. All is quiet along tho Waitotara. The natives ...

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

\ '. i THE i { I Vtkaik^ ' - Beglsterod at Stationers' HolL T M T- T? n ViE1 T» Q tTTTJTi ' ?* ^f\ 1 * NotothoTrade Mark. A PtiRPEbT1 PIT! ' ' J ?!iV-: GBAKoiinjEFEBRVisOBMT -— -. ' ' '/^''Vs. CITRATE OF MAGNESIA, ' iJfTS^f' '' ' =Ii^SSkv may bo obfained from all wholesale and retail grocore, * '/^ v/j ' % hIw\ provision merchants, druggists and storekeepers maiih / ' '{J/ . \j»lSV fV and throughout thooolonlos, at English pricos. , .1. Hif all 1 1 ' ' ' A-bstracCof Dr.' Macadam's report : ^ !\i lU&i v- ' v m\l -n - '' i 'dlovorninont Analytical Laboratory h»AM^\H|fl\ ^!W 'iJUi/i-vAWOUB' '? '*?'' '--'Melfiourno, 23rd August, 1865. wAI If yr-{ 1 1 PiJ/ ' I horeby certify that Webber's Citrate of MagneBla . , U—il !| f . U «-3 ' 1b mado from perfectly pure materials, and not com « '-i ' if ii ' i - J3 ' pounded, as is oflon tbo case, with a xnixtoroaf sizes / I \ ' \ qualities Bulphato of magnesia (Epsom eoHb), carbonate o \ ? / I jg magnesia, and tartaric add. 1 * »J j£ ' 'it...

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

QUEENSLAND:' We observe that 'in' the QueenslanolLegis laturu, Mr Francis baa. given iiofcicu ofla cuolioni in favor of tho payment /otmainberB^ii'-.i ' ? 'i'nB eatitnat-;drovenno/or 1869 oxoeoda that: of 1868 by^£CO,000.. ???;?' --v v^'i^1^; - Tele preajBit 'sutssion of Parliament is to be- entirely a; financial one. ' '?' \y: ??': : ; . The ,'ropurii wbioh reached, here, recently,, announcing tho. discovery: ofc'a/igold-ifield at. Burko Town ia confirmed/ . A'tff; ? -? Heave floods hava'tdlcfan place at the Gulf of Carptuturiu., resulting iu.' this -loss 6£ a lurgov number of i-heop. ' ' -. ' i''': On St. Patrick's Day an immense shark watu captured by tho orew of tho ship Wintorthui lyiug at anohor in Brisbane roods. :-.---TSix& inonuter waa suonpluyhag about the sLip, 'and: a lino wus dropped inviting. him to Mxomeooii,' board,', an offer which ho accepted after some littlo hesitation. On muasuring tlio- brata-ho| was found to bo upwards of 17 feet in length- andj' 8 fee...

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SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 April 1869

SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. VESSELS ABBIVED'AT ' THE - PdBT OF MHUt^ BOUBNE SINOB THE DEPAETITBB OF THE APfttL MAIL. .... ? ? ??.?;.: March. ,; . ,:,.?,.?;' -.,,???;.?*- ,-: 27. Stanley, soh.lis, JrGriffltb, from. Colombo. 80. Avoo», ' P.' ' nnd 0. Co's' B.M'9.', 1431, A. B. FArnuhar. from Svduor. F. B. Koadall. .1 ageut. J . . . I... :?.. ;. ; L .:. -. 81. Atlantic bq, 200, J. GUloaplo, from. HokUnga, '''' Now Zealand. ; Jamoi Wrlghk, agont 31. Llncolnstiirf. ship (Messrs MPiri'«yi wir n and Sons' BlackwMl line); 1200, HoaryH'. Sttlaner, , , from London via Plymouth. . W. JP . , \V nice and .' 'Co, ajtanti. . ? ' \. '...'. n. ?Borrowdalo.'shlp, White Star line, ltOTi'Bobt. W. '?'J Parr,' from Liverpool. Lorlmer, Marwood and f.' Borne, agents.-. : ;.,-... r--'i i., ii.'. 81. . Charles C. Loary, three-masted sob, 045, A. Baker, from New York. B. Towns, and Co., ?' '? agents. ?? ; ' '?' '? -' ?? '????'?; SI. Carollno, thre8-m«f tod ? son,' - 281, J. Jollard, from vr. Colombo. P. 'W. Proll...

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