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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

SaocwD Dat.—Thumdat, Dhbub 1& The wtbr on Mmimmh the second 4ay •(Ended » wwwul (UniMton of " tbe force of oontiMtt" in the nfnewtinmoo of ibe cold duap Inflwnoti whiflh avraUed - on Wcduadajv Tbeton Aoneqot hcUhtlr. «(>)>MilTirfSmv«ift)i» fttSpNu* Vblioitou the eoone—prowbljr 6,00) or i peauM *en pieeeiit; * * ctosded. sod' went of the 1 " pejehle " tenaedceofi oocailop. 3Tfaii e^ifc WSaS^liewBeiw i crtr »*© darken, «nd K»weS the i pt5»,w*1 «W ■ — "... - nxrttante enlcelt, SImIK, ItokWii miMj'm 'SfSSSS as 'fMPWMfnU wm won bj . and three others. The following shows tlio dt tails of the ranniog TAB TOWB PLUS Or 100 cove. Two mile*. Weight far age. Entrance, 8 wove. Milfntiv) Betting —Even money was laid alternately on Bedouin or Woodman: 3 to 1 agst Shy lock. Woodman made running at a moderate paeu for tte firat haUinile, Bedouin lying second, and Shylnck about three lengths lu the rear. The colt tried to shift on Hearing the gate the first time, just as be was going to...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FRIDAY DAY.—WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

Fair Day.—Wxmhdat, Dmzxbk* ii The " Bendlgn unA Um t»venaen; absent from tbe turf csdarders of 1882 end 1868, end it bed been predicted that the Bendigo Jockey Glnb was Only to exist In the mimoryof the pest Bet hme, win almost every dbtrirt in thecriotv,ikereareue good tew" m< u of the true spotting spirit, who will Botbewtiefiedwiibtanicwfwwaweloo^bat j always bare en effort lets With which to assist in reviving the etUbwtM of the raring mjfterlie on eeoh ooatss in turn. In this way Otdoeg ww Iw iw ltlmd to lb position among* the meet gidinlitMit (port ing fixtures of the summer meetings, hod Btndlgo has nowfoUoaedln-dneeourea. It is much to bi ngHtMjlittlMiciiwsWr tiom of the stewards m promoter* of fin present Bendito not bad /.not. been more For * - fortunate than they wrn in the weather on tbe opening day. Allbmiii the two principal races of the meeting liadproTsd comparative latturas, owing to IbbMrtiwIot sunning of Playboy at lislUtat having frighh •way the yrrate...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LATER CRICKET NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

LATEB CMCKET NEWS, It ii now, iro believe, deGnitirrly oetQed that tho match between the Sydney 'Jub^rt hod ' Sfelbonme Cricket Club* eblJiMtno off at'i Sydney on the 0th, lOth, and llih ofFebruary fwox. ■ . • ,;>!■?;' ."T. ■ ■ The Fawkner Park and .EmarakMiiU dab* commenced a matoh taet Saturday ontbe graand of the fonneiv which wa» atopped by j the *tonn when thevatkite* bad eondaded , tbeir tubing*. He tmderhand Sow* of Mr, W. C. Bee* warerery deitrootiT^ taUngetK of the vkket*—time falling for nothia|, eod the other tiuee makiDg butld betweea them. He total obtained wa*70, which woald,how. ero^hwre beea ; Bbentonileoplwed weU for 10. Here were no other douU^worere.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AUSTRALIAN CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

AUSTRALIAN CUP. The following eiktd ktn been reodewd for the Amtrwliui Oop, to be ran (or at the next Xtlbonme Eac* meeting:— Mr. Rupert b b Berwoe, S JT*. Mr. Bupch b c butter. 4 jnl Mr. Xe*rar*> A t Beeowln, > jh. Mr. Hurtle WdiWe cfc f Mmeot PemwuM, ♦ 7T1. Mr. Hurtle Ftaber-e fcrf WetWUe, 4 m. Mr. Httr.le Fle>«*e «b I ChrreoUte, 4 yrt. Mr. POTrUnfe trf IQnntnetUw. gyre. Mr. DewUneli «b g Uneer, Ijm. Kr,t.ai^ritrklitan,fjii Mr.JDMrtbhBnr.erm * Aeoeptodea tobededaied eta Jt&ufJI, Odd Broaanon.—Tbe Melbourne : Cfaih bare dUouwliflort the hto owner rider of Odd Btoeldagi, nod nho the hone i at Geeloog, the hie perner and rider bare been dtegtuWIedi tfacqueeUon ee to the bone being Ml tor co tW 0itoy of coming meet. The bone hat einbe been arid for «00 to Mr. D. Wallace, of OuHenuine, end altogether remored from thowaafim>u(a> Ue bitlneneee wfaieb bare teoenUj etopped bim in the connneooHnent of whet promiaea to be • euocctcfal career on tbe tad. Omana Fun IUror...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FRIDAY, DEC. 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

feidat, Dec. 16. Mr. HicnraoTBAM stated, in reply to Mr. Maegregor, that the Government would in troduce an Insolvency Bill immediately after the Christmas leoeas. On the motion of Mr. Orr, a return was ordered of the expenditure on the Yarra trade to Wood's Point. The House went into committee on the Land Bill. On clause 14, which provides for the less In# of agricoltural lsada for five years, at the rent ol 2s. per acre per annum, Mr. Ym proposed that the amount of lent should be Is. 61. per acre. Mr.iitF.KXH moved that the amount should he 6d. per acre. Mr. Gun said he considered the safer plan would be to retain 2s. as the rent, though the Government were willing to leave Me question—whether ItshoulJ be 2s. or Is. 61.— with the committee. After a lengthy discussion, the committee decided by thirty-four to thirty one In favour of the amount named In the clause. Mr. Bamsat moved the addition of a pro viso giving power to the Board of Laud and Works to renew a lease for am addition...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MATRIMONIAL JURISDICTION. NEW COURT-HOUSE.—MONDAY. DEC.12 (Before his Honour Mr. Justics Barry. BALLEY (WIFE)V. BAILEY (HUSBAND). [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

MATfiUOKUL JURISDICTION. kn cotjbr-bocse.—mo.vdat, Dec. 12. (before hie hoooor Mr. jortloa bertjv umt (tnrg) v. ratt.et (hcsbixd). A petition bp Alicia Btiler against her husband, Jotn Bailer, of Brown's Diggings, for a judicial separation, on the ground of cruelty. Hr. Bunny for the petitioner, Mr. Lawes far the respondent. The material facts of the cue appear fatly to his Honocb'g judgement, as follows.— This case differs from that cited of Beck '■ Jink, dtcided by this Court, in this, that ui that case there was no cruelty psovtd. In the pieant case acts of cruelty are admitted on the record: and am the eri decce. too, however carefully the principle is adhered to of admitting the testimony of a wife, unsupported by other witnesses, as to the degree erf cruelly under which aim may allege herself to hare suffered from her husband, yet in .the piesnt case it is abundantly trident to the Court that on aeveral repeated successive occasions vio lence of an aggravated character *as in ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

THE GAZETTE. Bhike of Maldoh.—An addition has been made to the eastern limit of the said ehire. Cohhoss.—The area and boundaries of the M'lnty re Gold-fields Common hare been en larged. A temporal; common has been pro claimed for the nseof the selectors within the agiicnltnial area of Castle Barkly. Wood's Poiht.—A Court of General Ses sions and a County Court are to be holden at Wood's Point. A Coort of Mine* fa also to be holden at Wood's Point, once at least within each six calendar months The next General Sessions are to be held at Jamieeon, onTneedaj, the 7th day of Febrnary, In the year 1866; and at Wood's Point; on Monday, the 18th day of February, in the year 1866. Petti Sessiobb.-Dundeld, Moyston, Plgo rett, and Wlnchelaea, are appointed places where Courts of Petty Sessions are to be held. Yxbitdtg Jdstioes.—Henry Bowyer Lane, Esq, J.P. and P.M., Bale, to be Visiting Justice of the gaols atr 8ale and Balrnsdale; Archibald Macclonald, Esq, M.D. and J.P., Horsham, to be Visi...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TRIAL OF THE CARRICK WITCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

TRIAL OF THE CARRICK WITCH. At the Clonmel Quarter Sessions, Mary Doheny was changed with fraudulently ob taining goods from Joseph arid Mary Reeve*, at (larrick-on-Suir, on the 1st of June, 1861.— Mary Reeves sworn and examined by Mr. Bolton—I am the wife of Joseph Beers** sub constable. He was stationed at Carrtck-on Suir on the 1st of June. My father's name was William Mull ins. He was dead three years last May. I had three sisters, two of whom I know to be dead, one orer ten years, and the other about seven years. I had a child, William, who died four years ago. I know the prisoner Mary Doheny. I had a conversation with her about my dead relatives in June last. I first spoke to her about curing one of my children, who gets weaknesses. She gave the child some herbs boiled in new milk several times. She commenced attending the child about ten months ago, and oontiaued so for more than a mouth i she continued coming to my house after that nearly ereiy day. I was one night, after qu...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE COURTS. SUPREME COURT. SITTINGS IN BANCO IN HILARY TERM. OLD COURT HOUSE.—FRIDAY. DEC.9. (Before their Houours Chief Jastice Stawell. Mr.Justice Barry, and Mr. Justice Wil liams.) NEW BARRISTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

THE C0UBT3, SUPREME COURT. 8ittikgs 1h brkoo is hilary term. Old Court house.—friday. Dec. ^Before Uiilr llououre Cliinf Jastine Stuw^ll, Mr. Jiiflico Bnr y, and Mr. Justiue Wil liun.'.) NEW BARRI8TKHS On the motion of Mr. Dillixu Mr. Joseph Patdck O'Dca, a colo.iUl sr<nJont «t law, was admitted as a bairietor of Victoria, and took the oat La of allegiance and professional fidelity. Mr. Wood moved the admission of Mr. John Mayne as a barrister. The appUctnt had been for fonr years head master of the National school at Collingwood, paid by ■alary and fees, which latter, however, were first paid to the local Board of Educatiou. It was submitted that the applicant did not con.e within the rule prohibiting students enraging in trade and business. The Corn* reserved judgement. WW ATTORNEYS. The fallowing gentlemen were admitted as attorneys, solicitors, and proctors of the SnircmuCourt of Victoria:— On tbe motion of Mr. Moutswosra, Mr. Joseph Ulbeon, late of Belfast, now of li...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE TRANSPORTATION QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

' l»i«^iilt^^pk^lW^i(||iM ag* hnMAltt' wtwttt* *Wr man $tm?\ ▼loUnl rapture of dl Weudl»^jT!! The "artogouw" of the colonist feverflr animadverted upon h.lj'®'* |> jouruala; bat, thoufh even wrIS?-8'6® eutdrct regime you u teahnlci|l> ZL™* Hi oondemm »ou fur awnmlng fanotW?il'*M inoampaUtOe with yoar reirt ™ mother coantrr, yet UuteU a «euSiidLM» tlou to waivethese«nsldmtlona?ift'*l oh the Immediate problhlilon Vif Sj"^ tra reporter lor. Our rolen muttiwcSfe dignity, In ihe Internet of MendlS?1^' goodwill. Ae Parliament la not **l MlultPn are ntlll In a at ate of dSSL*"1 there ,ie no chance of car karatrurtK?*^ termination at pierent. Thdr r^ui., ^ colonial challenge aid probably hf!?' way to AuatraliiVfore the EnriUhLS!,® made aware <'f lU purport. In thJ^"11 while 1 forward a collection of leadlnn •S,? on the painful subject rrom WW* organs ol the prtw. ««Wbst

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SITTINGS. IN EQUITY. EQUITY COURT HOUSE.—MONDAY, DEC 12. (Before his Honour Mr. Justics Molesworth.) HAYES V. M'KEAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

sittings is Etturrv. bornr Doubt bouse.—hokbat, Dec. 12. (Before bis Honour Mr. J oft ice Moles worth.) hates v. m'kka5. Mr. J. W. Stephen was for the plaintiff, ana Mr. Hoirpyd and Mr. Wiixon for the de fendant The patties entered into partnership at milkre, atCarUbiook, in 1859, and continued in bonnes together till 1863, Urge profits being derived from the business, whic 1 was managed by the defendant. By the agree ment it was stipulated that each should bring £2,000 into the concern. The de fendant, as alleged, had not done so, and a ^paction arose as to the share in the profits, which was the subject-matter of an arbitra tion. The principal object of the present mrit was foi an account His Hosorn reserved judgement

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OPENING OP THE ITALIAN CHAMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

OPENING OP THE ITALIAN CHAMBERS. The Chamber ol Deputies was opened ou Monday, the 24tb, at Turin, and a very large ; number of members was present The Mini sters laid on the table the Franco-Italian convention, and a bill few the transfer of the capital to Florence. There was aome fear i that the occasion might be need by the Gaiibaldiane to excite the people to make a renewed demonstration against the trans ference of the capital to Florence. A mill- j tary force was in readiness, bat was not celled out, not the slightest attempt being made to diftnrb the public peace. On the following day the sittings of the Honte were adjourned till further notice. The adjournment is pro bably merely to the purpose of allowing time for Ibe consideration of the Italian treaty and the correspondence (dating to It, which have been laid before the Chamber, and that { on its reassembling the important discussion will be immediately commenoed.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BRITISH NORTH AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

BRITISH NORTH AXKRICA. nuking towarda tbe (oraatien of tbe projected oonfedenaloo of the British Nortb: American ooImIm. Do pa tici from Canada. Norn Booths How Brunawlok, and/RWoo Edwnid'e Idand hove been for •nno liua in aemloa, flat at Oharlwtown wd afterward* at TttHhi. TbeacbesMti feroaiaUy regarded by ail the oolonlu eoeoemed, and Wtbcvgb (tanm nodoabt m»cy practical 4UBettttte( In llw way, there jeMMVVeqrprMpect tbattbeee will ollimalely beeormooated. Mallareata: it cup be gathered fiton tbe gp«chaaata dinner girea the otberday at Halifax that the pouttdau wbt> bare taken part lathe deliberation* oftb* loterooionlal OonpieM ate faopefol,tf MdhtaSdeaiornieenaftiM* retails and it Je dear that onto* thia are* alnunt certain to be attained the Oeremot ueoerml of Canada wmud not hare aaraa I be colonial OoTtnxm tor Quebec, ft* the spmap« •object. The tapartaTOofeaicaent fa rery properly letilogvevW eedrtanoe into (bat we can to depandanolaa for pendint mat* ' occupy at no meant...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW WAR WITH JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

AuxmUpg to 'tto of* fpwdy Itli MldtUtoot ^lWBsia te Out of the Inland tu baa b.-en rejected by (he Prince of Nagato, end that it ia latarW t) i nforce compliance by meant of a naval force. A fleet of sixteen Etigllab, ten French, ant tour Dutch vessels were to leave Yokohama about ti e 24<h tusk, and there seem* little uoubt ni to tfaeotyectuf the expedition. An American frigate undertakes to watob over the safety i f the foreign residents at Yoko hama, a bile the fleet Is ab-eni on tU Mlsitoo. It would thus apptar that all ths Western power* concur in the ag,retdon about to be made ou oue of the great D dmlos. The narrow straits which it is uow resolved to "open to our commerce,"cpara'e tbeislsud nl Ni|.boii irum Kiustn aud tiikok. 1'he 1'riice of Nagato, whose t.rrlt 'ties commiud Ib<- cit-noco to the straits, la resolved to die pi h- ll e passage, and ia knowu to Itive beeit loitl'jiig the ahorer so strongly that it is duublrd by naval men whether even the f...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TROOP'S IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

TROOI'S IN NEW ZEALAND. Id conn quvtice of the urmfnatfonof hoe iilitirs iu New Z-aland (says Tht TUma) do additional n iolorctmcnti will be despatched from Chatham to augment the regiment* Serving in that colony, several of which will be at once oidered to return home. The regiments now in New Zealand ate the 1st battalion of the 12th Regiment, the 2nd bat talion oi the Itth Regiment, the 2nd batta lion of the 18th Royal Irish, the 40th Regi ment, 4Sid Light lufantry.fiOtb Queen'* Osn, 67 th Rgiroeut, 66th Regiment, 68th Light Infantry, 70th Regiment, and the 4th batta lion of the HDitaiy Train, besides the uaoal foice of Royal Artillery, Royal Engineers, and the Commissariat Corps. The regiment* which have been longest abroad, and may therefore shortly be expected to return home, are (he 65tb, which embarked for New Zea land in May. 1816: the 70tb, which left Eng land lor Bengal in January, 1819, and was eufaarquenUy ordered to New Zealand; the 43rd Light Infantry, which was despa...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WAR IN AMERICA. CONFEDERATE REVERSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

WAB IN AMERICA. comDiun; Birs&aEs. Tbe ilhnnting law of ebb and flow, which bag so conspicuously marked the whole his tory of the American struggle, ii still Jin *■—force. In August, the military ascendancy of the Confederates appealed to be established. Giant had been foiled in all his desperate assaults. Lee was able to spare troops to reinforce Atlanta, to assist Mobile, to invade Pennsylvania, to 'treated Washing ton, and to gather the rich he met of the Valley, end at the earns Umeto held the Federal general In check. Early was vigorously prosecuting his raid, moving to and iro at his pleasure, and securing Mor mons military atoms at the expense of the enemy. Hood was able to maintain an obsU cats reelctanor, and to check Sherman at the very xenith of hla auuoeaa. Bat now all that, too, ii changed. Tbe tide has tamed, and for a month past victory has alighted upon the banners of the North. At the foar most Im portant points on the vast theatre of the war —Mobile, Atlant...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

GENERAL NEWS. The Coreican Cardinal Savelli, promoted to the purple by the reigning Pope in 1853, has died at the age of seventy two, after having j held many important offices, conspicuous among which was that of governor of Borne. Mabia Ashe, Princess de Polignac, one of | the celebrities of a bygone era, died in Paris recently. 8he was daughter of Lord Ban cliffe, of Bunny Hall, near Nottingham, a title which became extinct on his lordship's death fire or six years back. The Princess of Wales's Wedding Pre BESTS.—From a public document recently issued it appears that the 6d. admission on the students' days on which the presents to the Princess of Wales were exhibited a sum of ] £1,254 17s. 6d. was realised, and hBs been ap plied to found two female scholarships, to be called "Hie Princess of Wales' Scholarships." Me. Ma box, the Confederate Commissioner, is now for the second time the guest of the ; Earl and Countess of Bonoughmore, and ap pears to be ingratiating himself with th...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW ZEALAND. OTAQO. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

jS if Dew rah to Lyell'a Creole, on the Bullej. River, bad been greatly exaggerated. The nnggeta brought loby the digger! were not collected within any abort' tpaoeot time, bat hadbeentheiwultofatwelteeaooth'a wort AttheWeat Ooait dlgglrga thepdoeofpro. vMonewaa ao high that aomethlaglnKe than average jleldi were ftqnlied to t»»vt them pay. Ttoakclatoaptataan.apnp^ to beaperaon named John Oonnor, who wai mirwd In February but, had been found ^ the vicinity of Pamabaka- The arrange, mentaforthe Hew Z Aland Exhibition woe progieailng.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

TO CORRESPONDENTS. We ore obliged to postpone the answers to several inquiries in " Notes and Queries" from want of space, owing to the crowded state of our columns. Several communica tioneare likewise obliged to be held over, for the same reason. If " ^vdnev" will look orer the last half of her stanzas, and trr and give them a little more vigour, we shall be happv to insert them. The third and fourth verses, as it is, do little but repeat the first and second.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TRANSPORTATION. MINUTE BY THE CABINET. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

TRANSPORTATION. MINUTE BY THE CABINET. Farther mat on thla satyect were sab. mltted to FatUnmeot on Taeeday. Among them were the following "Minnie by the Cabinet of Victoria, lent to Bis Excellency the Governor, for trans m lesion to the Secretory of State for the Colonies. "The copy of Mr. Card well's deepitcb. In reply to the reeoloUon of both Booses of Parliament against the conlintunoe of trint sWa" * " " nortation to Wrafern Australia, which yoer Excellency did me t he bonoar to transmit to me, fats been duly kid brforo myootleigtiea. "It is to the Government of this colony Bi'tsrot the utmost octet thtt sll eSuto mode by. them end the Parliament end the pecple of Victoria, lnoommon with tin other colonies, hers felled to eecare that m cosine of justice the cohrnlsfci hsd e right to expect; hot the decision of HrrMajestyh Government it etiU maredwply to bedephmi as at direct variance with the St sternest ntede by the Duke of Meecsette in 1853, wit in oontraventiosr of tbs polic...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
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