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CHESS. SOLUTION TO PROBLEM 16. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 October 1865

CHESS. SOLUTION TO PROBLEM 16. WHITE. BLACK. 1. Q. to Q. B. G. 1. K. takes Kt. 2. B. to Q. 2 (ch.) 2. K. to Q. 4. 3. Q. to Q. B. 5 (ch.) 3. E. takes Q. 4. Kt. takes Q. and mates.

Publication Title: Illustrated Sydney News
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SPADE AND BARROW USED IN CUTTING THE FIRST SOD OF THE QUEENSLAND NORTHERN RAILWAY [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 October 1865

SPADE AND BARROW USED IN CUTTINP TTTT? MP» SOD OP THE QUEENSLAND NORTH Pl Tí N PATT WA v THE people of Rockhampton have been holding high holiday ou the occasion of the turning the first sod of. the line of rail- way intended to run from that town to Westwood. The cere- mony took place on the 27th idtimo on the piece of ground set apart for the site of the future terminus, at Rockhampton. A large, numbç£ of persons werie present. Addresses were pre- sented^ M's Excellency by the'Mayor and. Corporation, by the Loyal Pioneer ^odge of Freemasons, by the Committee of^the School of Arts, and. by the engineer of the railway. The spade .and shovel used, were manufactured at Melbourne, by order of 4thecontractors,.'.Messrs. Collier, Barry, and Co., by whom tliey have been presented to Sir George Bowen as souvenirs of the occasion. * ;

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LOST IN THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 October 1865

j XOST IN THE BUSH. j Jiew few amongst the 1 Many thousands of news { paper readers who repeat j ediy see paragraphs with ?»tte above ominous head- ing ever realise its import, of how many hundreds -f-.J^rp. have been whose j ead bas been summed up I ia the brief sentence, 'lost ! in the bush. ' It is a thing j unknown in lands thickly strewed with the haunts j of civilisation ; but in the j colonies, where population ! is sparse and human life I is reckoned of little value, j scarcely a week passes j without an occurrence of i the kind - sometimes it liappens that an adventu- rous digger wanders from Ids tent to prospect for aew ground, or, with his swag over his shoidder,. makes his way towards some new rush, until by some mistake he misses the scarcely discernible path, and in attempting to find it follows a cattle I ; or kangaroo track, which, like an i</ms faints, leads the traveller in any direc- tion save the right one, "Until, perchance with the ; shades of night ...

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OVERLANDERS WITH CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 October 1865

OVERLANDERS WITH CATTLE. THE accompanying picture of Australian life and scenery ex- plains itself. Almost all that need be said by way of comment- ary is that it is at once life-like and characteristic of pastoral life in the interior. Very long journeys have frequently to be performed through weary miles of arid country on the way to that ultimate end, the squatter's-as of most human exertion market ; and these are the times when the powers of endurance of our Austiaban horses .are frequently put to the test. Man, too, comes in for his fair share of the hardships of bush travel, but the life is.^so simple' ano>natural, and the' occupation so stimulating, thaï those who once embark in the exciting pursuit of stock-riding, while health is spared to them-and where can be found a more healthful pursuit-seldom care to change it for any other. Stock-riding is indeed one of the most favorite 9T9RtiXXJ> WITH GATJI*' occupations witb. young men full of animal spirits - and a little w...

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LIVERPOOL ASYLUM FOR THE INFIRM AND DESTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 October 1865

LIVERPOOL ASYLUM FOR THE INFIRM AND DESTITUTE. THIS beautiful building, one of the finest public institutions in the colony, is built of brick, with stone foundations., and consists of three floors, viz. :-1st. Basement, in which are washhouse, carpenter's shop, under- taker's necessaries, with ample cellarage. 2nd. In ground or principal floor is a spacious entrance hall, staircase, three sick wards, two dormitories, store-room, dispensary, and library. 3rd. Upper Floor-are five dormi- tories, Master's apartments, lamp room, &c. The ceilings of these floors are fourteen feet in height, which secures ample ventilation, and, when thought necessary, fires are lighted in the different wards and dormitories. The whole of the spacious premises are enclosed by a brick wall ten feet high. It is situated on the western bank of the George River   (which disembogues itself into Botany Bay), about 130 yards from Moore College, and 350 yards from the Liverpool Railway stati...

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ATHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 October 1865

ATHLETIC SPORTS. On Saturday, the 7th inst., the Albert Club opened the season, at the cricket.ground, Redfern,'with a scries of outdoor sports similar to those tlie club initiated last year. Mr. G. Curtis officiated as judge, and Mr. T.. Keddie ás starter. During intervals of the sports, a, band of amateurs belonging to thu establishment of Alclerson and Sons played some excellent selec- tions of music. Maiden Plate.-Foot-race of 100 yards. First prize, £2 2s. ; second prize, £1 ls. 1st Division. 2nd Division. W. Bowman . ... :.. 1 R., Hosking ... ... 1 A. M'Gee . .. ' ',. 2 . T. Manning ... , ... 2 There were nineteen entrances. Manning and Hosking tied. In the decisive trial Manning won by only two inches. Youths' Race.-For youths lind er iif teen, years ; 150 yards. First prize, £1 ls. ; second prize, 10s. 6d. C. William : ... ... ... ... ... ... 1 J. Melley -, . ... , ... ¡ - ... ... ... ... 2 Jump.-The forward jump.from stand. Prize one guinea. Was won by J. G aryan. 4 ., , Hu...

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CRICKET MATCHES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 October 1865

CRICKET MATCHES TO COME. October- - 21 Domain ground-Albert v. Warwick, 1st eleven. Albert Club ground-Non-players Newtown Club ground-Newtown (1st eleven) v. National 2S Albert Club ground-Albert v. Newtown, 1st elevens Newtown Club ground-Albert v. Newtown, 2nd elevens Military and Civil Club Ground-Military and Civil Club (2nd eleven) v. Albert, 3rd eleven. November- ; ; ;? 4 Albert Club ground-Albert v. Newtown, 1st elevens , , Newtown Club ground-Albert v. Newtown, 3rd elevens 11 Domain ground-National v. Albert, 1st elevens Warwick v. Newtown, 2nd eleven Newtown Club ground-Newtown (1st eleven) v. Warwick Albert Club ground-Albert v. National, 2nd elevens ." . . 18 Domain ground-Albert v. National, 1st elevens Newtown ground-Newtown (1st eleven) v. Warwick Australian v. Newtown, 2nd eleven 25 Toxteth Club ground-Albert (1st eleven) v. Toxteth Albert Club ground-Royal Artillery v. Albert, 2nd eleven Domain Ground-Newtown (1st eleven) v. National ; Newtown Club ground-National v...

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NEWCASTLE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 October 1865

NEWCASTLE RACES. Maiden Plate : Maritana, 1. Miners' Purse : Faugh-a-ballagh, 1. City Plate : Maid of the Lake, 1. Galloway Stakes : Little Peter, 1. Northumberland^/Handiqap : Crucifix, 1 ; Zoe, 2. Publicans' Purse : Maritana,' 1. Redling "Stakes,: Who'd-have Thought-It, 1. Cousolatión'Stákes1:-Flirt, 1. ;'

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BATHURST RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 October 1865

"BATHURST RACES. Maiden Plate : Sappho, 1 ; Firetail, 2 ; Regalia, 3. Optional Selling Stakes : Grenadier, 1 ; O'Meara, 2 ; Bracelet, 3.' Pub- licans' Grand Handicap, 2 miles : Tamworth, 1 ; O.K., 2 ; Sul- tana, 3;-eleven started ; won hy a short head ; time, 3 min. 51 sec. Members^ Cup : O.K., 1 ; Paraguay, 2 ; Gunnelier, 3. Prince of Wales' Stakes : O'Meara, 1 ;. Bracelet, 2 ; Cock-a hoop, 3. Jockey Club Handicap : Duke of Athol, 1 ; Sultana, 2 ; Union-Jack, 3. Hurry Scurry :. Firemau, 1. All-aged Stakes : Dick Turpin, 1 ; O'Meara, 2 ; Gladiator, 3. St. Leger Stakes : Pitsford, 1 ; Gulnare, 2 ; Firetail, 3. Town Plate : O.K., 1 ; Duke of Athol, 2 ; Tamworth, 3. Squatters' Purse : Regalia, 1 ; Sappho, 2 ; Gunnelier, 3. Forced Handicap : O.K., lOst., .1 ; Duke of Athol, Sst., 2; O'Meara, 8st. lOlbs., 3.

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 October 1865

SHIFTING. ARRIVALS. ' September 14.-Clara Sayers, barqxie,- Captain Bremner, from Mauritius, 5th August ; Dragon, barque, Captain Corbett, from Manila, 8th Aùgust. _ September 16.-Harriet King, schooner, Captain Lane, from Valparaiso, 26th June. Septembei"17.-Tranny Smail, barque, Captain Frith, from. Tome, 5th July. . September 18.-Admiral Charner, barque, Captain Nedelec, from Havre, 4th June. September 19.- Eastward. Ho, ship, Captain Byrnes, from New York, via Auckland, 31st August. September 21.-H.M.S. Esk, from Ovalu; Tyra, brig, Cap- tain Randall, from Pitts Island, 26th August. September 22.-P. and O. S. Madras, Captain Dundas, from Gaile, . 18th August. : September 23.-Royal Oak, ship, Captain Pugh, from London, 4th June ;. Marquis of Argyle, ship, Captain Munro, from Lon- don, 18th June ; Hippocampi, barque, Captain Guilbane, from . Bourbon, 6th August. September .24.-General Cobb, barque, Captain Briane, from New York, 16th May. . September. 25.-Annie Wood, barque, Captai...

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THE AUCKLAND ISLANDS, SOUTH PACIFIC OCEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 October 1865

THE AUCKLAND ISLANDS, SOUTH PACIFIC OCEAN. IN our- last issue we noted the arrival at Inver- cargill of Captain Musgrave, late of the schooner Grafton, 'after being shipwrecked and compelled to stay «early two years on these islands. On that occasion, Captain Musgrave left behind bim two seamen, whom, by the liberal aid of the people of Invercargill, he has since been enabled to rescue, Captain Musgrave recently returned to Melbourne, and reported that on the occasion of his second visit to the Islands, he -was compelled by stress of weather to run into Port Poss, the principal harbor of the largest island, and on going ashore he found lying on .a rude bedstead in a dilapidated frame building the corpse of a man apparently dead for three .or four mouths. Beside the body lay a slate on which was some illegible writing. Prom the appearance of the place he had evidently died alone, and the place had not been visited by any person until Capt. Musgrave's party arrived there. Smoke also h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 October 1865

THE SOUTHERN INSURANCE lt,. COMPANY LIMITED. Incorporated under the " Companies' Statute," 1864. Capital, .. .. .. One Million. Paid-up Capital, .. ... Sixty Thousand Pounds. SYDNEY BRANCH-22 BRIDGE STREET. DIRECTORS-George King, Esq. ; Charles Parbury, Esq. ; R. G. Massie, Esq. ; John Todd, Esq, MARINE RISKS on every description of insurable inte- rnst accepted at current rates ; and losses payable, at the .ption of the Assured, either at Sydney or Melbourne, or St any of the Agencies of the Company in Great Britain or tts Colonies. ? G. H. HOWELL, Secretary Sydney Branch. PRISTON & SMALL, PHOTOGRAPHIC WAREHOUSE, 73 LITTLE COLLINS STREET, EAST, MELBOURNE. MANUFACTURERS OF ALBUMINIZED PAPER AND PHOTOGRAPHIC CHEMICALS. Importers of Photographic Glass, Lenses, Cameras, Cases, &c. ALBUMINIZED PAPER. The large and increasing demand for pur Albuminized Paper is a sufficient testimony to its superiority. In its glazing special care is taken to avoid contact with any ?natal...

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INSOLVENCY RECORD. ESTATES SURRENDERED AND SCHEDULES FILED. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 October 1865

INSOLVENCY RECORD. ESTATES SURRENDERED AND SCHEDULES FII^ED. Liabilities. Aaset». Sept. £ s. d. £ s. d.' 9 Lews Sennett, Sydney, pas- try-cook .. .. .. 54 14 G 0 5 0 11 George Amaziah Green, St. Leonard's, boat builder .. 529 1 10 45 15 0 Thomas Geaney, Redfern, stonemason .. .. .. 74 5 6 13 0 0 Adolphe Joske, Sydney, wine and spirit merchant .. 1,903 10 3 1,090 8 1 12 Job Grainger, West Maitland, labourer . 09 7 3 ll 10 6 13 James GaUott, Sydney, law derk .. .. .. .. 121 7 6 25 0 0 Wm. Madden, Chippendale, boot-maker. 20 18 9 SOO John Muir, Sofala, miner .. 1,073 0 9 3 0 0 Peter Hume, Sofala, miner .. 1,082 0 9 3 0 0 14 Charles Bate, Sydney, draper 3,520 2 ll 2,933 15 6 John Kebble, Sydney, ac- countant (compulsory) .. Released. 15 Anna Maria Webster, Syd- ney, boarding-house keeper 428 2 0 184 0 0 John Lawless, Sydney, dealer 135 19 G <i4 0 0 10 Henry Low, North Shore, painter . 09 10 2 59 15 0 William Squires, Lamb's Valley, farmer .. .. 212 0 9 10 15 6 19 Francis Coop...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 October 1865

BIRTHS. ALLPASS-Sept. 17, at Enmore, Mrs. Allpass, a daughter, stillborn. ANDREW-Sept. 23, at William-street, Mrs. T. Andrew, a son. ARNHEIM-Sept. 17, at Goulburn, Mrs. Arnheim, a son. BENNETT-Sept. 1, at Bourke-street, Mrs. T. Bennett, a daughter. BOHRSMAN-Sept. 24, at South Head Road, Mrs. M. C. Bohrsman, a son. BRAUN-Sept. 14, at Miller's Point, Mrs. B. Braun, a daughter. BROWN-Sept. IS, at Darling Point, Mrs. T. Brown, a daughter. - CH ARD-Sopt. 2-1, at George-street South, Mrs. J. Chard, a son. COOK-Sept. 15, at Redfern, Mrs. J. Cook, a son. CORK-Sept. 13, at Cobbitty, the wife of Captain R. Cork, a son. FISHER-Sept. 19, at Elizabeth-street, Mrs. J. C. Fisher, prematurely, of twin daughters. FLOOD-Sept. 19,atBerida, Mrs. E. Mood j univ, a daughter FULLER-Oct. 3, at Pitt-streot, Mrs. S. Fuller, a daughter. GRAY-Sept. IS, at Chippendale, MrsnA. Gray, j mir., a son. ' 1 GREVILLE-Sept. 19, at Bathurst, Mis. W. C. Greville, a sou. <? HENDERSON-Sept. 17, at Bendolbaji Mrs....

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PROROGATION OF THE QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. (From the Brisbane Courier, September 15.) [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 October 1865

PROROGATION" OF THE QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. (From ike Brisbane Courier, September 15,) YESTERDAY the Session of 1865 was brought to a close ; it has lasted very neai'ly five months. The occasion did not appear to excite mixch interest, and the demonstration was not nearly' of so exciting a character "as during previous years. His Excellency left Government House about noon, a fact: whieh was announced, by a salute of seventeen guns fired by the No. 1 Battery Volunteer Artillery, and entered the House shortly after 12 o'clock, taking, his seat on the dais. Captain Pitt, AD.C., took up a position on the left of his Excellency, and Lieutenant Mair, 12th Regiment, on the right. The Usher of the Black Rod then proceeded to the other House, and shorbly afterwards returned, followed by the Speaker and members of the Legislative Assembly. The Speaker then read the following address to his,Excel- lency : May it please Your Excellency, We, the members of the Legislative Assembly, after a some-...

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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 October 1865

QUEENSLAND. On Saturday, 23rd, his Excellency the Governor, accompanied by his Aide-de-Camp, Captain Pitt ; the Colonial Treasurer, J. P. Bell, Esq. ; the Minister for Lands, A. Macalister, Esq. ; the Port-Master, Lieutenant Heath ; and several others, embarked on board the Platypus, and proceeded to Rockhampton, where they remained for a week, during the inauguration of the com- mencement of the works on the Northern Railway. His Excellency and party then proceeded to Port Denison. On the 25th ult., Mr. and Mrs. Beit, of Westbrook, were returning home from Toowoomba, when the horses in the con- veyance became restive, and^commenced to plunge, breaking the shafts. Mrs. Beit was thrown out, the carriage falling on her. She was insensible when picked up, and conveyed to Dr. Arm- strong's house, where she died during the night. The judgeship for the metropolitan circuit under the District Courts Act has been accepted by Mr. Sheppard, a member ef the bar of New South Wales. The Attorney...

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 October 1865

WESTERN AUSTRALIA. On the morning of the 9th instant, at King George's Sound, -a convict employed in the pilot-boat, named Edward Parker, registered number 7815, aged 20 years, no whiskers, light com- plexion, height, 5ft. 7in.,' and a native of Yannouth-trans- ported for life for murder-made his escape in a boat, taking with him mast, sails, and anchor, together with 15 days' bread - and water. Owing to the prevalent westerly winds, he must have steered towards South Australia. ' - The convict ship, Racehorse, has arrived at Freemantle from England,- with 278 convicts, chiefly young men. Another batch is- also due. l( The Government hus received an invitation from the Chief Secretary of Victoria, requesting co-operation and support in carrying out an Australian exhibition early in 1 SOO, for which £2000 has,been voted by the local legislature. . .Mr. piarkson, jun., is reported to have been killed by the blacks about 90 miles from Newcastle. . ? .. A new church for the Congregation...

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CHAPTER XIII. CHRISTMAS EVE.—THE ATTACK. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 October 1865

CHAPTKK XIII. .CHRISTMAS EVE.-THE ATTACK. " A wake ! and watch tb-nighi*or ECU no morning slime Í ', : * * * . . . * . . * * . ». "And sounds tliat mingled laiigh;-and shout,-and scream, To freeze the blood, in one'discordant'jar, Rung to tho pealing thunderbol ts of w¡>.r. Whoop after whoop with, ruck tho ear assail'd; , . As if unearthly nenda had burst their bar ; While rapidly "the marksman's shot prevailed ! "--CAMPBEIX. . Mr. Ashworth, was absent from the station, performing his talked-of trip to Sydney ; and Arthur Gray was left in entire management of "Woonoona. 'An onerous and responsible, yet 'withal apleasant charge the young man felt it to be : for, although lie had carefully kept it from "the ears of the female poition of the household, he was pretty well acquainted with the intentions of young Denisher and his dangerous associate. Humours, like dark and evil birds, were wafted about the sta- tion-dire forebodings of lurking bands of savages-and one or two actual for...

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CHAPTER XII. 'BIRDS OF A FEATHER.' [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 October 1865

CHAPTER XII. , ' BIRDS OP A FEATHER.' . . He is ray bane, I cannot boar him ; One heaven and earth can never hold us both ; Still shall we hate, and with defiance deadly Keep rage alive till one be lost for over ! "-ROWK. ' " Cooee ! cooee ! " A shrill cry-the first note prolonged, and the last uttered like the sharp crack of a whip, rang through a lonely gully, and flitted like'an evil bird,, from crag to crag, some six months' after the incidents detailed in the preceeding chapter. It was tittered by the black-fellow whom Ave have previously described as being retained in the household of Denisher, senior. He was still attired in his tattered and impel feet attire, but look- ed even less civilized than on his former introduction to the reader ; for a couple of boomerangs were stuck in his hide-belt, and he leaned on a long barbed spear as he listened for the response to the.prolonged signal. ? At last it came-a faint murmur sailing on the wind, indicating .the'Owner, of the voice ...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 October 1865

VICTORIA. The Government have for the present ont-generalled their oppo- nents in the Upper House, and the salaries of the civil servants are being paid as if no dead lock had occurred, or no obstruc- tions existed. The solution of the difficulty is due to the Attorney-General, who discovered that by a clause in the Consti- tution Act, all judgments against her Maj esty were to be defrayed out of the public treasury without any necessity for a formal vote of appropriation. The manner in which the business of the treasury is conducted is as follows :-The Treasurer presents to the London Chartered Bank the Governor's warrant for £40,000, which sum is at once advanced, and a friendly action is instituted. ' ' The London Chartered Bank of Australasia against the Queen for money lent. Particulars of demand :-1 To cash advanced this day, forty thousand pounds.' Judgment is con- fessed by the Attorney-General, thus :-' Confesses that Her Majesty is indebted to the petitioners iu the sum of...

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