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

NEW SOUTH WALES. Tbe Herald -of 18th ult. ihua fohronioles the moveinuuts : of , Prince Alfred :-—'.' Inv cohs'o quanco of tho inclement stnto of tho weather, the Prince did not tako his usual rid a yester day. His Royal Highness, in the afternoon, visited the Union Club, and staved thero for some time. Ho returned to Government House, and dined at seven o'clock p.m. Later in tho ovening thii Priuco and the hon. Eliot Yorko visited tho Rovul Victoria ' Theatre, Wbem Mr Walter Montgomery is^plnving an engagement. Tboro was u. voiy largo bouso^ Hia ltoyul Hi|»hnoii8 wus roceivod with loud and long cou tinuod choeriog1. It soon transpired that, nl though unable to attend tho picnic in honor of Erin's patron suint, hiu Royal Higunuas tho UuUo ot E.liuburcli hud. throucrhbut tho dnv. exhibited iiis rciipect-ftiid lovo for 'Old Iro luud' by wearing a bunch of Khamrocku on tho breoat o£ litiicout — inetuad o£ tho bouquot which ho Hijiir.ily woavH. Thin expressivo tt-ibuto of regiird miu th...

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

, WILEIE, WELCH & CO., OFFICE, 4-4 QUEESJ-STKE.ET. YABDS, 172 Q U R E N - S T R E E T. '-.-,. AUSTEAIjIAN AGENTS FOR . CLAYTON, 8HUTTLEW0RTH & €0. . . ' j ' STAMP END WORKS, LINCJOLN. * * .. r- ( ' If TO those n6t aware of tho extent to which steam power has] already been applied for form purposea, It may This Bcreen recelved'a SllTer Medal at tho Royal Agricultural Sooloty'o Show, at Leeds, 1867 5, J?18, .tfjf8' bataterertlngtolearnthat O. S. * Op. have manufactured upward* of ntae thousand stoam engines, and Prtea of £6 at the Worcester Mooting, 1868, «nd Ten other Prizes and Commendations at various other 'Agrt aearly ieven thousand olght hundred thrashing machines. - ? ?? ?' ' ....... cultural ilootingu. Scientific' and'me'chanlcal skill hitherto employed only in the manufacture of tho higher and jnorecomr. ' Additional and important improvements have since beon made in tho construction of tho apparatus, atf Vllcated classes ofmacbinery, has been judiciouil/ brou...

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

MOUNT ELEPHANT. Mount Elephant, which is known also by the name of Mount Clark, is in the western dis trict of Viotoria, and situate eight miles west of Lismore, and ten miles east of Darlington ; Lis inore and Darlington being two small townships forming the centre of an extensive pastoral local ity and having alluvial goldfields in their vicinity. This Mount forms one of a group of extinct volcanoes, comprising the Clover Hills, Mount Moorat, Mount Shadwell and Mount Fyans, about seven miles to the S.E., commencing a chain of salt lake reaching a distance of thirty miles south to Lake Korangamite. The soil affords fine pasture, and is but lightly tim bered, the mount itself forms part of the Mount Elephant run, containing 12,600 acres, which is watered by Tooliorook Lake. The crater is now partially t filled up and over-grown with foliage. It is also the haunt of emus, wild fowl &o. The geological formation is basaltic lava. MOUNT ELEPHANT. MOUNT ELEPHANT.

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WILLIAM BUCKLEY, THE WILD WHITE MAN OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 April 1869

WILLIAM BUCKLEY, THE WILD WHITE MAN OF VICTORIA. Our large colored engraving represents a scene of a somewhat romantic character which occurred in the early days of Victoria. It is a meeting which took place on the 12th July, 1835, between a wild white man who had been long associated with the blacks, and a party of   the first white settlers. On the left of the picture we see the settlers who had come over from Tasmania, and some blacks they had brought with them from that island, though originally belonging to the Sydney side; the   hut of the white men and the gunyah of the blacks are visible close to the sandy beach at a place on the shores of Port Phillip Bay, which, since the days of early settlement has been called Indented Heads. Both the whites and their black companions look with astonishment at the appearance af a man, gigantic in size, who is recognisable on the right of the picture clad in a kangaroo skin, and armed with the spears of the nativ...

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ST. PAUL'S CHURCH. EAST SANDHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 April 1869

ST. PAUL'S OHUBOH, EAST SANDHURST. We give a view of the new Church of England at Sandhurst, aa it will appear when finished, but at present the nave only is completed, and so enclosed next to the tran septs as to enablo the holding of public worship The large number of Episcopalians residing in Sand hunt has made this work for some years back a necessity. The por tion new completed was opened by the Dean of Melbourne for public worship . hist November, and is capable of accommodating over 850, and the whole is designed to seat 800. From the Sandhurst Evening News of 5th November, 1868, we take tho following de scription of this really j excellent . structure: — ' We find an interior that will bear favorable comparison with any in the colonies, as far aa now finished, and we question if there is an open timbered roof ont of Britain which surpasses the one here, spanning from wall to wall in graceful ouspings, at once . light, strong, and elegant. The windows, twelve in number, arefi...

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

; -?::' -?5.-,':f- r.-J-j ;?;..? if ?, ., ??: Myr ''?% Tjii 1- ?^'v'' : : ? ' ''?.''?',.'..'.:' BIETHS. '., :'',-, ..'. :.?? ' - ; -i Adbnby.— On tho flth'Aprll, at Sfc. Peter's parson n«a,' Blurt -iitreetjBlllarikti.'thbwUa of tho icey.H. WtHvAJdobByofa hbn;;-'! '-'(ftV' r- ''?'??' . '--r-'- 1 t-BiiAiwiH.— On tho 25th Maroh, at AlWd Houbo EvoJju-Btra.cp.. the-, wire of ; Alfred -;BUnnln, «ot' r BO.n.i.4 „,,.. -.-.'.' ,i ?' -? '? ,? Hi '-;':''. i i lllli-. '- '? BU0KI.AND— On the 1st March, at. 103 Oardlgan Btre^t, .Oorlton ihe'wiro of Or. Thos. BuoUlan^, of p. daughter. ' ? ?'?*',;_'?'. ^ '' ?'' ,..'?:,?'';'? '; BliAitinEB.— On tho 6th April, at Spring-street, Uol houi-no, the vrilo of tho Rev. W.-. L: Blamlros, . of Bel f*Bt, pt a, spn. .; . ? Vl. ? .- i ?[}. ??',.;?'.'?,'???? Bhadiiuhy. — On the 6tU April, at 61 Byro-stroet, Ba!l*rn,'r, tho wlfo of Honry Brndbury, 6%e, daughter., . Cahbron.— On tho 2Ut M»'rch',' ixt IiaHmor.'^Mra A. O. Oi ueron, of ii son.' . ,'?'?'.'.'.. ' ': '-...

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THE EXHIBITION OF FINE ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 April 1869

THE EXHIBITION OF FINE ARTS. . The Fine Arts Exhibition was inaugurated on 29th alt. by his Excellency the Governor, and of. course the ceremonial proved one of the moat interesting aa well ok important incidents of Easter Monday. At about eleven o'clock the doors of the Exhibition Building were thrown open to that portion of the publio which bad duly providod itself with season tiokets, comprising a goodly number of the elite of oity and suburban society ; and shortly afterwards his Excollenoy Sir Henry Manners Sutton, accompaniod by Lady and Miss Manners' Button, Mr and Mrs Bright, his Aide-de-Camp and Privato Secretary, entered tho great hall, and wore recoivod by Sir Red mond Barry and Mr Macnrthnr ; the band of the 14th Regiment playing tho National Anthem. On his Excollenoy roaching tho dais, Sir Redmond Barry addressed him as follows : — ' Sir, — In requesting you to opea this Exhibition of Pino Art, tho trustees persnado thomsolvos that it will gratify your Exoellenoy to roo...

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EXECUTION OF FLANNAGAN [?] [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 April 1869

EXECUTION OF FLANNAGAN.'£»31 Tho last dread sentence of the law was carried iute effect on 31st ult., in the Melbourne Gaol, on tho person of Michael Flannagan. convicted of tho wilful murder of Sergeant Hul), at Hamilton. The wretched man, who since hia conviction has conducted himself hi' a remark ably quiot and decorous manner, took leave of his wifo on tho 30th ult. He passed tho night quietly, and roBO at bix o'clock, when ho ohangod tho prison clothes and put on his own suit of blue jumper, riding breeches and boots. He spent somo considerable time on hia . toilet, and shortly after Father Lordon and his assistant entered the cell and romained' thore until tho convict left it. At ten o'clook tho sheriff arrived at the cell door, and on demanding the convict's body Flnnuagan, preceded by his religious advisera, came out, and turning his back tb.jKthoSe^ who were present, the operation of '. fpjuiipnj'j ' ing him was performed, '.the spriest ttndibly* repeating the usual 'formul...

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

TASMANIA.   [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] April. The mutilation of Billy Lane, better known as "King Billy" caused quite a commo tion in Hobart Town. In life uncared for, without a friend, he was allowed to dissipate his little means in a public-house, the "Dog   and Partridge ;" but no sooner had he passed   into eternity than he became an object of in terest, if not of reverence. Was he not the last male of his race ? Were we not the subju gators of that race? and did we not hasten its end? Shall we, therefore, not pay honor to the manes of the dead? And we did it by cut ting off his head first, and then his hands and feet. The recrimination of individuals; men tioned in my last, was continued for some days, when Government appointed a commission to inquire and report. This commission was   broken up by two of the commissioners re signing, whereupon Dr. Stokell, of the hos pital, in whose charge the body of Lane was, had a summon...

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SALE OF MR B. H. HORNE'S LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 April 1869

SALE OF MR R. H. HORNE'S LIBRARY. The library of Mr R. H. Horne, who is about returning to Europe, was submitted to auction on 20th ult., at the rooms of Messrs Gemmell, Tuckett and Co. The attendance of the public was not large, and the competition was devoid of much spirit. A large number of the lots was knocked down to Mr H. T. Dwight and Mr J. M. Smith, solicitor. The competition between these gentlemen, on one occasion created some amusement. Each appeared   anxious to secure a certain lot, and the     bidding was confined to themselves. The auctioneer continued an uninterrupted re- petition of the bids for some seconds, the price offered growing rapidly high. The auctioneer at length understood Mr Dwight to name the last sum, and knocked down the books to him. Mr Smith was not to be con- quered, however; he insisted on the lot being   put up again, and kept up "till he had done"   nodding to the wielder of the ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 24 April 1869

. PinST-OLASSClil.TUiL ? II, INHIBITION, 1803; PRIZE MEDAL EXHIBITION, 18GG 7. KBUSE'S FLUID MAGNESIA. Obtainod the only Prizo Modal awarded by the Jurors or the Exhibition of 18GG and 1807. Mr G. OoBmo Nowbury'a analysis Rhewed that Kruno's Fluid Magnebla was rloaer In saline material, and nearly double the strength of any other Fluid Magnesia, exhibited. Kruso'fl FJud Magnesia is particularly recommonded in all cases of derangement of tho dlRostivo organn. It 1b a correotivo of acidity; and during the heat of sammer its gentle aperient qualities rendor it a Domostfa Medicino of groat value Iu the treatment of the disorders of children its uso -will be found most Boothing and beneficial. It forms a most delicious Summer Draught taken with KE USE'S 8YBUPOF BASPBEBKY AND X.EMON, first adding- two parts of water to one of Magnesia. For full particulars see handbills accompanying each bottle. ? ? ? . : TESTIMONIALS. Boar Sir, — Having made a, careful comparative analysis of yonr Fluid ...

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AN EVENING WITH THE SNAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 24 April 1869

AN EVENING WITH THE SNAKES. A lecture on snake bites and the various methods of cure was delivered by Dr. L. L. Smith, at the Polyteohnio, on 20th nit. There was a very good attendance, and the lecture, which was delivered in, a free and easy style, was received with much applause. The dootor enumerated and reviewed all the known supposed antidotes, from' Professor Halford'a, injeotion of ammonia down to the snake stone, for the manufacture 'of which he gave; a recipe. The leoturer viewed his* own remedy, carbolic acid, in the most favorable, light, yet claimed for Shires (who was present on the platform), if he conld prove the efficacy of his an tidote, the right to make a living, although he was not \a professional man. The Ieotnrer- illustrated his subject by repeated reference to a mammoth model, of a snake's head. At the conclusion of the lecture an interval took place for the shaving of the subjeota to be experimented upon. Mr Shires then came for ward and opened a cage, from ...

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SCENE NEAR COOPER'S CREEK, IN THE VICINITY WHERE BURKE DIED. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 24 April 1869

SCENE NEAR COOPER'S GREEK, INTHE VICINITY WHERE BURKE DIED. The remarkable appearance of the table topped lands, at presented in this sketch, will at once 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 monntoins whose tops represent the old level of the ancient land. There is muoh to be said to support this theory, but too lengthy to be introduced in a few passing remark* on a very singular region of Central Australia. An exploring party — no less than the celebrated Gregory's — in search of the remaim of the lamented Leiohhardt, is passing through this in every respeot inhos pitiable district. The party traced: down the ?Viotoria River to Cooper's Creek, and so on to Adelaide. The only trade of Leichtiardfc which they found was the letter...

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PATAL ACCIDENT IN HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 24 April 1869

FATALACCIDENTINHOTHAM. A shocking accident which ended fatally, and whioh was caused by either gross carelessness, or some thing worse, on the port of a cab man, osourred on the 3rd inst., in Hotham. The victim was Sarah Ann Jaokcon, a girl fourteen yean old, who had been engaged from the Industrial Sohools as a servant by Mr Joseph Reed, shoomaker, ef Errol-street. The girl had been sent for some grooeries to Johnson's shop in Queensberry-street, and sho was returning crossing that street when a cab coming from the lowes part of Queensberry-street knocked her down. One of the wheels passed over the lower part of her face, smashing in the jaw-bone, scattering some of her teeth, and inflicting wounds of whioh the poor girl bled to death in ten minutes. The cabman never stopped his con veyance but drove away as fast as be could, and has so far succeeded in escaping without recognition. There were large numbers of per sons in the street at the time, all of whom ran to the assistance of...

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SMALLPOX. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 24 April 1869

, . SMALIiPOX. Several cases of small-pox havo appeared during the month, two of them being of a falal chaiaoter.'. ;: ? The . frequent' deaths which have occurred of .late , from, this frightful disorder have driven away the last vestiges', of argument from tiipBe, medical men who , so . foolishly de Bicriated; it chiokon-pox, and havo convinced tho.puhlio.'ofthe fallaciousness of the ' atmos pheric and tellurio'. theory. In the face of the vory positive evidence that the disease wnsintro duoea to. the . colony by tho Ayonvale, and tho doath 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 iu tho highest dagreo foolish if, not roprohensiblo. ? But the ' atmos pfioric;apd tellurio ' if* still worse, for in addi tion^ to its absurdity itB fatalistic tendency may lead Botno people to imagine thut escape from the disease ia beyond their control, and thus prevent; thorn from resort...

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THE REV. CHARLES CLARK. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 24 April 1869

THE REV. CHARLES CLARK. Mr Clark, the new pastor of tK6 Albert street Baptist Church'; wag enter tdih'ed at a publio Jireakfasl in the leotuf e rboin'S Th'urii ddy, 15th' inst; The chair wai occupied by Rev. Isaiib New. Amongst those present .we noticed— Rev. JDr. Ciiirnti Connobee, Eggle stone, Biokford, Menzie«, Dr. Corrigari, Ram say, JJUeiohbr, GoBman, W. Mobb, Oarr, Inglis; Robertabti, Slade, Lewis, Roes, Wade ; theJiori. Messrs M'Crae, Frdgpr;,C. J; Jeiintlf; G. Rblfe; H. J., Hart: GeneM L'ath'afli; U.S: boh'Siil; &c; Bf ealcf a»t Being Bvt'f; liie bh'inrmSn op'e'iie'.t tne proceedings of the meeting with great feeling ; he introduced Mr Clark, and congratulated the Church on their choice and his safe arrival. The Rev. Isaac New concluded his addreis by expressing tbe unfeigned pleusure it afforded him to see his venerable friend (Dr. Cairm) present,' and called npoa the Doctor first' to speak. Dr Cairns, who received great applaute, in a feeling allusion to tbe finger...

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ARARAT ASYLUM. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 24 April 1869

ARABAT ASYLUM. Haying not long sinoe presented a view el the proposed Metropolitan Hospital for the insane, we on this occasion present a view at one of the country hospitals. The stylo of architecture is the Italian, and very similar to the metropolitan building new 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 ont as pleasure gardens for the patients* From the Vital Statistics of Victoria, we learn that the Ararat HoBpital patients numbered last year 89 males, and 17 females ; that of these ene was cured ; one absconded, but not retaken ; one died ; one was removed by friends or other wise ; that 7 mules were supposed curable, and five incurable ; 78 males supposed incurable, and 12 inourable. MOUNT ELEPHANT. Mount Elephant, whioh is known also by the name of Mount Clarlr, is in the western dis trict of Victoria, and situate eight miles west of Lismore, and ten miles east ...

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THE MILITARY BARRACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 24 April 1869

THE MILITARY BARRACKS. In this number we give an engraving of .bur barracks. Tfiey aff) close to the city, frond which theyare,s'eparit^clbythe Yarra: PasBingtherrver and walking a, few yards along the St. Kilda-, road(we oome.to1, a loig and imposing mass, of blueatone bnildjng arranged around fotir sides of a tege square. .The portion fronting. tb'o road constitutes the officers' quarters, consisting of a central pile ,'diici k wo wings, one of which is unfinished. Passing through a gate on the left of tha officers' quarters', we are immedi ately ,.wtthini .the square, and observe a long lino .of builflirigB on the side directly op posite ; these; are th« quarters assigned to the men. On .thb ground floor we found a large room containing a good library, consisting of first-class literature ; wo. saw on a table various periodicals, such as iGhambers's 3ouxh'a'l{ Good Words; the Sundav Mdriaziho. All the Year Sound, the Oprnhill, Bow, JBelis; Qaa aelV'a Magazine, some London papers ...

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THE CAPTURE OF NUKUMARU, NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 24 April 1869

THE CAPTURE OP NUKUMARU, NEW ZEALAND. The. pa, or native fortress, called Nukumaru is on the west side of Middle Island, as the pa of Ngstapa is on the east. Nukuoaara is Titotd Wara'fl pa. It fell into the hands of the colonial forces under Colonel Whitmore's command on the 3rd February, 1869. . In hia despatch he says :— 'I had arrived before the place and opened my attack yesterday, but from ttie . difflbolty of ascertaining tho exact' features of the ground, could not invest it be fore dark. This morning, however, I should have done so, and indeed had* already given direotionB with . that object, when some sconts discovered that the; enemy was in very small force inside. I therefore directed ah 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 difficult to imagine any reason except fear for his abandoning it. His preparations for defence were qt the most com pl...

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UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 24 April 1869

UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE. The annual commencement of the University took place on 3r4. inst., in the quadrangle of the medical school (whioh had been prepared and decorated for the occasion), in the pre sence of a large number of visitors, the major portion of which was of the gentler sex. Shortly after two o'clook, the procession, which had formed in the Quadrangle of the University, mafbtied across the grounds and entered the medical school in the usual order, the under graduates taking the. lead, the rear being brought up by the Chancellor. On entering the building the procession arranged itself in order of seniority, the , Chancellor, ViceChan cellor and. the Professors taking their seats on the raised dais at the eastern end of . the quad rangle, the Warden of the Senate taking his seat just below and to the left of the platform, and the, other members of the University group ing themselves on either side, and in the body of the building. Immediately on the Chancellor (Sir Redmo...

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