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MINING ACCIDENT AT MOUNT BLACKWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 November 1866

MINING ACCIDENT AT MOUNT BLACK i, -.. .WOOD. ,,. ' . .... .?:,,.,. Ori'Sunday,-.the;v4th'- -Novembor, -a magisterial mqimywas held by'Mr. HenryLawrence, J.P., at Simmons -Reef, Blaolnvood, -touching, the.- death of Henry Gribble,-.aV, miner and; a ^shareholder in the Crown .Quartz Company.; From: the evidence ad duced- .it appeared, that the, deceased was workingat 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 ho was standing, or, that hi trying to get out of tho way of soino stuff whioh he had loosened, he must have stumbled inthe act and fallen. His brother,. Charles;, Gribblp, who was working in another . portion of- the- claim, was tho . first ';t'o. witness the. catastrophe. His attention -was arrested by . hearing, deceased call out in a loud tone, arid ...

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

FISHING IN OLD iWATERS ; '^ OR MEL BOURNIAN REMINISCENCES. (BY JIICA.. JIICA.) ? Five and twenty years ^ ago the-Yarra Yiirrawas a sedate, steadyrgoing, 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 on infusion of saltwater as at times rendered tho daily beverage of ' man and beast' one of tho most nauseous doses imaginable. In summer it was a sort of decoction of luko-warm water and brino, with a dash of soap suds, and 'taken after being well shaken' in the dirty casks in which it was drafted from the river to the dwellings, often stimulated that recourse to tho nobbier, tho great characteristic of anoient as -well as niediooval Melbourne. Still, tho Yarra ? Ydrra did not belie its simple native name. It was' flowing, flowing,' placid and picturesque ; and though dull and dreary in its progress through ti-tree scrub from the junction to tho c...

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 — 27 November 1866

SPIRITED CAPTURE OF A HORSE STE ALEE. A man in the employ of Mr J. Richardson, sen., of Spring-hill, while passing through Creswiclc 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 bo taken to tho Creswick district , hospital. The horses also broke away with the harness.' Three of the animals were, however, soon -secured and taken to Mr Whatman's Court House Hotel, but one got away. Mr' Whatman proceeded to Sprhig-hill on Friday morning, informed Mr John Richardson of the oc currence, and, in company with Mr Tho's. Richard son, roturned to Creswiclc in search of tho horse. After soarcliing for some time tho horse was found on the White-hills, and not far from it, in hobbles/ was the trotting pony belonging to Mr Jpsepli Williams, tho loss of which was referred to iivFri-'. day's issue.- Mr: Whatman not being able to bring in. Mr Wilh'ams's horso, went to his house, told him about having s...

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

MURDER OF MR. -DOBSON. ? The following singular story, by tho prisoner Wilson is taken from the Hokitiha Evening Star: — For some time past, in fact for four months, sinco the 16th June, a prisoner named Wilson has ap peared periodically in our police .reports, and from time to time he has been charged with the murder of George Dobson, on the 28th of May last. Tho delay, explained by the police, in bringing forward evidence has been occasioned through the want of the witness Sullivan, now convicted for complicity in the Maungatapu murders. During this timo Wilson hasboen most anxious to make a publicstatoment, but has not been able to-do, so. On. this coming to our knowledge wo requested permission 'of the visit ing justice and the inspector .of. police to ollow-our reporter to have .an .-interview with him and take down tho statement, for the purpose of, publication. This waa courteoijsly refused, but as we had other means of getting, information that wo could depend iipori, as bei...

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

THE HQSEITAir; .fiAZAABlb Whatever p may 'feba; softid; abp'* basaars, there xan be no, doubt ;thB* a otudent of human nature can get very good food foriMflectioii:OUt'oi one suchasfiiat^rebontlyBpenea^at the old exhibition Ibuilding.j; Let a man be as 'miserly! as !te will, t,a« cross-grained as'-Jhe, ,will,ias:mu^'8tt as he will, jand .we defy him,;t6,go into the midst 3of; such1 a b»xy:'ot beauty as that-nawtobe seen j.t' the exhibition building^ withptjtileaving behindhim niuoh'of his worldly eub stance. It m&j beifeasyioore^st the entreaties of; one; IJuthoiyjiB impos sible to run.'away*frqm theTblandish ments of the next ? ''J T6: attempt to give a detailed' description— of -the contents of the bazaar would' be-the task of a Hfarculesfj At two' o'clock on Tuesday,%he\.6th instl.the bazaar was fonnaU^ opened by; Sir; Janios ?Palmers He, puT'ai: speechl of-some length, complimented tho rholders of stalls on1 the display off goods made. With relation.to; the 'subject of r...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HE EXECUTION OF THE MANUGATAPU MURDERERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 November 1866

HE EXECUTION OF THE MAUNGATAPU MURDERERS. [rnoai the nelson examinee, October 6.] The ordor for the execution of the three prisoners oonvicted of the Maungatapu inurders, having ar rived from Wellington by the Claud Hamilton, on the 24th ult., it was determined by the .local authorities that the sentence should bo parried into effect on the following Friday (yesterday) morning. Probably in anticipation that a longer time would elapse between 'the -arrival of the order and its execution, the requisite preparations for the con struction of . the scaffold ? wore not completed until late on Thursday evening. % . ? At twenty minutes to eight on Friday morning, . the acting gaoler,1 Captain Clouston, entered Bur gess's cell, aocoinpanied by the executioner, whoso face was covered with black orape, and by whom the irons were removed, from the prisoner's person ; his arms being pinioned, but not so ; tightly as to prevent- his raising his' hands to his head as occasion demanded. A similar p...

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

THE ROTUNDA, I N T IS It C 0 L O, N 'i A L E X II I 13 I T I 0 :;. FLOWER; SHOW AT THE INTERCOLONIAL . , : , EXHIBITION. -'The first. of: a series of ' horticultural shows, in con nection with the Intercolonial Exhibition, took place on the 17thinst... in- the grounds of the Public Library, and under 'the auspices .-.'of the i Horticul tural Society of yictoria.:. The show had nothing of on intercolonial character, ibut; was simply the spring show of the Horticultural Society, lield on a now site ; and vie wing it in this light, the display will compares favorably with those -of ; tho two previous seasons.' ?. That the exhibits wore in point of number quite up to the committee's .expectation we are assured, byithe fact that the spacious pavilion provided nfor their accommodation was in adequate- to contain the ? whole of those sent in.. On this ; account a- fine lot -of cut flowers was not ? staged, whilst the conifers and ferns in the large collections were so oloselypacked as to p...

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

THE MONTH. The EMS Geelong, with tho Septembei mails from Europe, arrived m Hobson's Bay at six o'clock on Sunday evening, thOjllth mat The greater portion of the ' mails 'were delivered early on tho ' following morning » The political world has teen very dull during the month, thej only enlivening event being the ?public announcement, by Mr O E Jone , the member for Ballaarat East, that he had resigned the office of Ministerial ' whip.' The resignation is attributed to disappointed ambition He recently nddre^ ed a meeting of his constituent , at -which ho volun teered an ' explanation '' But they deem to I ! . be dissatisfied with it, and threaten* to discard The Exhibition has proved to be an mexnaustible 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 lie other colonies. With its opening Victoria may lie said to have entered upon a new era in her history. It is the Industrial ...

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

VITAL STATISTICS. The Registrar- General reports on tho vital statis tics of Melbourne and the suburbs, for tho month 'and quarter ending tho 80th Soptember,is published in last Tuesday's Government Gazette *? The total number 'of deaths during the month of September was1 '222, of -which 182 were males, and 90 females. ' The deaths in tho month of Sop tomber numbered 6 ' less 'than the average, and .this notwithstanding | the, increase of population which has taken place during the seven years over which tho observations extend. Tho mean temperature was a degree and a half below the average. Males furnished 59 per cent., and females 41 per cent, of tho mortality of the month 41 per cent of tho deaths wore of children under five years of age, against 51, per cent m September, 1865 , 38 per cent in September, 1864 , 83 per cent in September, 1863 , 43 per cent, in September, 1862 , 40 per cent, in September, 1861 , and 53 per cent, in September 18C0. The 'day of /highest mortality: wa...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE GRAND UNITED ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS.—DEMONSTRATION AT THE ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 November 1866

THE ' GRAND UNITED ORDER OF ODD ?FELLOWS.— DEMONSTRATION- AT THE ZOOLOGICAL, jGAltoENS: '.'Sl^lr' '? ?'?[ ^.l The: second .annual jgatliering of the members of the above order took, place on the 9th, at .the^Zpplor gicai Gardens, on the Yorra. ' .Soon'; after ten o'clock, the following lodges assenahledjat, tlie noftli pnd of Prihce's-bridge ^^i-r-^The yictpria, the i Britannia,; the Felix (whose banner, deserves special mention) , .the SoniJ of Frbedom, the Australasian, \ the ' Lpyal .St. Kildii, the FitKroy and '.the;. Prince /Arthur.,'; The procession, which was lnorshalled by District: Master WJLlUam;H;S,C9lt^Ij1 was ivformeji'./.^^lJioVj-fpllojciJg orrlrii' : — Stoneham's Band. Two Fi»ga. Members' Sons. Brighton ITviion Banner. / Guardians. I Mombers. Past Noble Path or. Band. Britannia Banner. . Secretaries. Left Supporter. Viee-Pre-Ment. Right Supporter. , I Do. President. Do. Do. Past Presidents. Do. j Mombers of Grand Chaptor. j Felix Banner. : District Delog- tes. j ' Dis...

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

NATIVE INDUSTRY AT THE EXHIBITION. ' CA.BEIAGB MANUFACTURES. In the catalo.sfuo of the Colonial Exhibition of 1854 there are but three entries in this branch of industry. Mr Liddy, of North Melbourne, con tributed a Stanhope gig of colonial manufacture. Mossrs Crothers and Hackett, of Brunswick street, Collingwood, displayed what they termed the ?''?' Hotham gifr,' made in the colony, of native materials, and constructed on improved prinqiplos', together with a wheel made of ' oolonial timber in its raw state ; and Mr Williams, of Collins-street oast, an improved Albert pattern park phaotbri, also manufactured .in the colony. The two latter firms are amongst the contributors to tho present Intercolonial Ex hibition, but have a host of competitors. The interest manifested by tho coachbuilders led to the . erection of ..what is known as the eastern nanoxe, in which their manufactures, are to be seen. .. Tlie commissioners wore -not at first pre pared to go very far out of their way to...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VISIT OF HIS EXCELLENCY TO CASTLE-MAINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 November 1866

VISIT OF HIS EXCELLENCY TO CASTLE MAINE The town of Castlemaino was on tho qui viva on. Tuesday, 3Otliult., to give his Excellency tho Governor a right hearty welcome on the occasion of his firstvisit to inaugurate the Agricultural and Horticultural Ex hibition. The town was gaily decorated, and in front of tho town hall a triumphal arch of evergreens was erected. Tho people made a general 'holiday, and all business was susponded. Tho town was thronged with visitors from tho, ad . jacent districts, and * in tho neighborhood «. of the Market square tho crowd was veiy ^enso. At eleven o'clock tho public bodies -who wore to' take pait in the procession were mustered and mar shalled by Mr Downe. ' The Volunteer Light Cavalry, under Captain Anderson, were told off as s, body guard, and a number of tho Castlomaine Volunteer Rifles formed a guard of honor at the railway station. Considerable difficulty was ex perienced an marshalling the public bodies, owing to the pressure from such an im...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VOLUNTEER REVIEW AT SALTWATER RIVER.—SEE PAGE 11. THE BIRTHDAY OF THE PRINCE OF WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 November 1866

'VOLUNTE'ER EEVIEW AT SALTWATER El V E B.-Seepage 11. THE BIRTHDAY OP THE PRINCE OP WALES. The birthday of England's future'.; monarch . 'has never beenicelebrated vrfth .more -enthusiastic, loyalty in Melbourne: than on 9th inst.; .and iiot, a few. cir- cumstances have this year tended to impart addi tional eclat to the festival. The Intercolonial Ex hibition and tho contest for tho Melbourne Cup have attracted so many visitors from the neigh boring colonies, that the grand spectacle of .the day, the~ volunteer , review, ; might ? be . said , to. have partaken of .a somewhat intercolonial character; tind, lit all events, we may assume that the Victorian demonstration was the moBt imposing that has taken place in Australia'. ..The Mel bourno racecourse has seldom presented a more ; exhilarating spectacle.. It ;, is needless to say that the seven or eight thousand spectators included tho elite of Victorian fashion and beauty— tho beauty, at all events, , not being monopolised by any ...

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

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS.                       BIRTHS. Clutterbtjck.— On the 1st inst., at Kew, the wife of Mr H. Clutterbuok, of a daughter. Dough.— -On, the 4th inst., at Nelson-place, Wil liamstown, Mrs'H. W. Douch, of a son. Everard.— On the 14th inst., at No. 1 Barkly terrace, Grey-street, East Melbourne, tho wife of John Everard, '? of a son. ? ' .... Grant.— At Brighton, on the 14th inst., Mrs James Macpberson Grant, of a son. . ? ? ? Hewitt.— On the 30th ult., at No. 1 Lingwell terrace, Mackenzie-street, the wife of Cyrus Hewitt,   Esq., of a son.         Henty.— ^On the 29th ult., at Rixetb, Kew, the wife of ^Herbert J. Honty,' Esq., of a daughter. HENSHALL.-^On the J 1st inst., at Seymour, tho wife of B :H. Henshall, of a first-born son. Moxham ; -= On the 12th in...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WILLIAM WILLIAMS, ESQ., MAYOR OF MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 27 November 1866

WILLIAM WILLIAMS, ESQ , MAYOR OF MELBOURNE. This gentleman is a native of Bristol, where his family connections have been for many years extensively   engaged as stage coach, and sub sequently as railway carriage build ers. He arrived in Victoria in 1852, and com menced business as a coachbuilder, in Collins-street east. In 1858 be contracted with the Victorian Government to supply railway carriages and waggons, and on the completion of the con tract, he erected the Yarra Bank Works, on Bat man's Swamp, at the rear of the Melbourne Gas Works. At these works, the largest in Victoria, comprising as they do a covered space of rather over one and a half acres, has been erected a very large complement of English and   American machinery and other appliances suitable to the carrying out of manufacturing operations on a very large scale and of a varied character. In a   comparatively short space of time railway work to the value of about £200,000 has ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BENDIGO ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 December 1866

BENDIGO ANNUAL RACES. The annual race meeting of. the Bendigo Jockey Club commenced on 18th hist. There was a very good attendance, and the day was beautifully fine, though somewhat' hot. The Maiden Plate of 50 sovs, fell to Mr C. B. Fisher's, colt Budehght. The ten horses entered for tho Beudigo' Handicap started, and a magnificent race resulted between Mr L. L. Smith's Lady .ManrierSrSutton, Mr Tait's Warwick, Mr Cleelari'd-'s Barwon :'; and Mr Wilson's Musidora. Tho horses', came' past the post hi the order nunied, 'though thero was only a neck difference between the first and second, half a head between, the second and third, and a lerigth between the; third and fourth. Pullar's riding of Mr Smith's beautiful little mare was a splendid piece of jbekeyship. Ho held third place nearly throughout the race,' and won in the last fifty yards. The Handicap Hurdle race was won easily by The Elk. On the Friday, tho weather was as fine as on . the previous day, and tho attendance as numer...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BALLAARAT TURF CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 December 1866

SAliLAAEAT TURF CLUB RACES. , The above meeting was commenced on 29tlrult. The weather was magnificent ; a heavythurider storrii which took place in the early morning having . ushered iri a cool though sunriy day. There were about 5000 persons on tho ground. His Excellency Sir H. Manners-Sutton, arrived about one o'clock, having left Melbourne by a special train at 10 a.m. His Excellency was loudly cheered- on his entrance to the. stand en closure. , Orio of the i ,niost interesting features of the day consisted in the fact that the new grand stand urid its enclosures were opened to the public for the first time. The, l alterations made in this important particular, with the exception of some siri'ali matters of detail 'which can, and doubtless will, be. .easily rectified,' are excellent, and reflect riiuch credit iipon.th'o clab. The sites of the buildings and pjiddbcks-, have been shifted from the position which, they formerly occupied to the baso of Mount iPisgah, exactly opposit...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOUTH MELBOURNE GRAMMAR SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 December 1866

SOUTH MELBOURNE GRAMMAR SCHOOL. The annual speech day and distribution of prizes to the boys of the South Melbourne Grammar School took place at St. George's Hall, on Thursday. Mi1 J. Whiteman, M.L.A., presided, arid the body of the hall was crowded by the parents arid friends of tho children. The selections given wore as follow :— — ? ' The Army and the Navy arid the Gallant Volunteers,',' by Masters Eiflj Thomson; Shepherd, Thomas', Hughes, Swallow, Gillespio, Duristdri, Bancroft, Roj% Taylor and Evans.-. ' Horrttius' (Maciiulay), by Gillespie;, ' Rierizi inciting the Roman's' (Mitford), by Thomson. . \; . . ? , ' The Blacksmith's Wife' (Cook), by Tlibirisoii. ' Bruce to liW Army' (Burns), by Cruikshank. The Quarrel Saerid frorii 'Tho King Maker' (Franklin) : King Edward, by Gillespie ; Warwick, by Lightfobt. ?_*-??? 'The Collegian find the Porter,' by Dale. ' T,he. Englishman,' by. Earl. ' Wallace a:t Falk'irk,' by Moss. ' Tho Dungeon Scene from Pizarro ' (Shoriddn). The Sentinel...

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THE ANNUAL SPEECH DAYS. SCOTCH COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 December 1866

THE ANNUAL SPEECH DAYS. SCOTCH COLLEGE. Tho annual distribution of prizes to the boys of the Scotch College, who have attained a proficiency in the branches of study taught in that establish ment, was made by Mb Excellency tho Governor, on Tuesday, 11th inst., at St. Georgo's Hall. Tho procoodmgs were highly interesting, and the hall was crowded with ladies and gentlemen, parents or friends of the youths, who were, in a more or loss I degree, interested in witnessing tho result of the stndy and training which they had undergone during the scholastic year which has just' closed. The boys occupied the platform, and ac commodation was provided for those who officiated, upon a dais erected at the western side of the hall. His Excellency wiis ac companied by Lady Manners-Sutton, and the Misses Manners-Button, and was received by the boys with vociferous cheering.. On the platform were his Worship the Mayor of Melbourne, Messrs David Moore and M'Bain, M.L.A.s, the lion. J. P. Fawkner, M.L...

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THE DROUGHT IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 December 1866

THE DROUGHT IN QUEENSLAND. The following miserable picture of the con dition of the portion of Queensland to which it relates is . supplied to the Dalby Herald by a correspondent,' writing from Surat :— ' What in the world the Balonne and the surrounding district is coming to is at present a mystery, much doubt being expressed that we shall any. of us be alive next year. The so much wished for rain is like the grapes were to the fox, rather sour. .For tholast week, we have been tantalised by observing largo volumes of rain clouds passing over us, and with something like an approach to a thunderstorm ; but, alas ! only to dis appear to visit. some more favored spot. -.On Sunday afternoon, it blew almost a hurricane, r arid the rain came down for about an hour. Since then, wo have had nothing but scorching hot weather, and high winds during the night. The thermometer; last week, averaged 104 in the shade ; bo I leave you' to guess what it was outside. . . . Horses are in a moat misera...

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