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

LUBRAS FISHING The Gipps Land lakes are a favorite haunt of the few aborigines still existing within this colony, and, aa they abound with fish, a means of livelihood is provided whieh does not greatly tax their sluggish energies ; while the proximity of a white population affords them a market in whioh they earn enough to purohaie small anudioB of tea. suear. tobaooo. and a few other luxuries. As usual, the burden of the work falls npon the females, and is proseouted in small bark canoos of various forms. Towards evening thoy set off in their frail barks, wbioh they propel with' slight poles, using them either to push into the muddy bottom or to paddle, but this last; operation is also performed with small . pieces of bark held in the hands. The soene ohoien far the illustration given on page 89 is on Lake Tyers, near the mission station of the Church of England, under the superin intendenoe of Mr Balraer, and tho party of lubros belong to the Tambo tribe, whioh numbers now little ...

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DEPART DU FIANCE. BY KOLLER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 24 April 1869

DEPART DU FIANCE. BY KOLLER. The piotare from which our artist has taken the above sketoh is one whioh was purchased by the trustees of the Public Library about twelve months ago, and its merits entitle it to a very prominent position in the naolens of our National Gallery. It was painted by M. Roller, a rising modem artist) whoso talents are bring* ing him into notioe amongit the collectors of Europe. The soene is apparently laid in one of the old cities of Normandy during the wars of the middle ages, and the call to battle has suddenly been sounded upon the termination of one of those delusive truoes whioh the oontend ing powers permitted, that each might try the onnning of their diplomatic fenoe while their armies were reorniting their exhausted strength. A young and noble knight who had long wooed the lady of hia love with the ohivalrio devotion of the period, . had taken advantage of the lnll in war's alarms to wed, but hardly had tho lady beoatne a bride when she was called up...

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

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. A severe thunderstorm passed over the city ? on the 80th March'; , , ? , Sib James Febguson and . Lody Fergusson attended the Wesleyan bazaar on 7th inst The Government intend reducing the Vo lunteer farce to one company of artillery,'' one of cavalrv, and four of infantry. ? ,''. ?'? - Another case of detention in the convent has., reached the public, but it is doubtful whether the disclosures ore correot. Mr Peters wai/d has been appointed, to the management of the ? stookade, in default of 'the acceptance by Colonel Biggs of that office. His Excellency the Governor presided at the meeting of thn Aborigines Protection Society on the 24th. March. .-. ;..'?.,. .' The gratifying news has reached town that heavy rains have fallen in the Far North, where the prolonged drought had occa sioned so muoh distress. The assumption is gaining ground that our new Governor's views on the finances of the colony and their mode of expenditure are sound and enlightened. .,? : .? '-,...

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

THE MEDICAL SOCIETY. At a meeting of the Medical Society on the 7th inat., held in the board-room of the Melbourne Hospital, after Dr. Leslie Gordon had been elected a member of the sooiety, Dr. Blair, the vice-president, nominated Dr. Law rence, the nomination being seconded by Dr. Neild. The President then called on Professor Halford to read his paper on ' The Injection of ' Ammonia into the System.' The learned gen tleman in the course of his remarks stated that the theory of injecting ammonia into the sys tem was the result of many unsuccessful expe riments. The theory occurred to him to coun teract the effect of snake poison, by injeoting the ammonia into the veins, for wherever the poison could reach, the subtle alkali would sucoeed in reaohing also. He had therefore suggested that in desperate case the injeotion of ammonia should be tried, and he was in pos session of nine well authenticated cases which had been' treated in this manner ; they were not all, however, equally va...

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

NEW CALEDONIA. The M oniteur 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 (he reoent m&Sgacres. The expe dition, which consisted of 116 Europeans and forty-seven native soldiers,' under Commandant Matthieu, took possession and confiscated a large quantity of land, and burnt several hats. 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 hostjle tribes, who numbered 1500, defeated thenv with great loss, and slew their chief.'

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BUCKLEY DISCOVERING HIMSELF TO THE EARLY SETTLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 24 April 1869

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

TTISITOBS to MELBOURNE journeying lo Bo V tanical' GardonB, river or road, call at BBAN DEB'S FEBBY. Good 'Wine. B BANDER'S FERBY, Upper Yarra, south sldo, botweon Princo's-bridge and' that boautifulre Bort, tho Botanical Gardens. ? TO SADDLEBS, HARNESS MAKEBS, &o ? Messrs W.F. THOMAS & Oo. bog to acquaint the public they havo now perfected a Now Patent Sewing Machine, with which waxed thread may bo UBBd with facility, the f tltoh producod boing alike on both sides.'and as strong nnd durablo an any hand work.' '1,; Olioapsldo, E.O., or or W. Ullathorao & 06, 74 Little OollinB-strect, Molhourne. 1 3125 BBUNTON'rf T e. UPKUANOli UOT1SB Corner of SPBING and LONSDALE STBEETS, MELBOUBNE. H. BBUNTON informs the public and bis numerous enstomers that he has lncroaeed tho accommodation for boarders and travellers. Dy adding to his ' large pro^ mlsoB the throe houBPnadjoinlng;'also,''now dining androading rooms: .^Thls Temperaneo Hotel occupIoH thohighost and nealthie...

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SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. VESSELS ARRIVED AT THE PORT OP MELBOURNE SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE APRIL MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 24 April 1869

-SHIPPINGT^CJBi ' THE'MONTHrr:: VESSELS ABBIVBD AT THE POBT OF MEL BOURNE SINOE THE DEPARTUBE OF THE APRIL MAIL. March. 27. Stanley, sch, 110, J. Griffith, from Colombo. 30. Avooa, 2-. and O. Co's B.M.8., 1481, A. B. Farqubar, from Sydno.i. P. B. Kendall, agout. SI. Atlantic, bq, 2C0, J. Gillesple, from HokUnga, Now Zealand. Jamo* Wright, agent. SI. Lincolnshire, ship (Mo«r« Money Wie~»u and Soaii- Blaokwall lino), 1200, Hoary IT Skinner, from London via Plymouth. W. P. v\ .10 and Co, agents. 81. Borrowdalu, ship, Whlto Star lino, 1107, Eobt. W. Parr, from Liverpool Larimer, Marwood and Borne, agents. 81. Chnrles C7 Leary, throe-masted scb, 015, A. Baker, from Now York. B. Towns and Co., ngontp. 81. Carol Ino, throo-mutod scb, 231, J. Jellard, from Colombo. F. W. Proll and Co., agents. ArniL. 1. Chattanooga, Amorlcan bq, 620, Goorgo Froo man, from Bostou. Newell and Co., agents. 2. Sea Ripple, bq. 187, -J. Pringle, from Fromantle, WA. Cipt Pringlo, agent. 2. Thorklld, Ncth Gorman br...

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NEW ZEALAND. HOW THE WAR GOES ON. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 24 April 1869

' NEW:ZEALiNi).;'\ , . HOW TILE . WAIt. OOES ON. , . .Txi/i'hv Wanyanui Her aj,dot the 23r A alt., we fiud.thto following as latest from, the:Front: — ? ]\3fr)J,O.a8oyvftmvqdin)::Waxiganni(laItrjiiight, ond rqportod , that Colonel Whit more, had readied Waihi, and that the. Maoris -wero, about thero. The.8oouta- came upon some 'Maoris who were getting ^potatoes,, and killed .three and took two wpmon prisoners. ; Thos. Adanason, late Wanga nui Cavalry, gave a Maori ohase, cutoff his head, nnd.bronght it. into camp. Three heads were brought in.( The women said Titoko -was short of food, ;Hnd .that his men wero all leaving him. TJnder . throats, tliey told Colonel Whitmoro where -Jitoko was, r and the Colonel and his force marched-anto tho .bush,, with what result wasv.not ,. known -Nyheniho. IaBfc news was de spatched. The Chronicle of the 25th. inst. sajs : -— TheJFrout is in the bush beyond Keteonetea, and nothing worthy of note has yet occurred thero, ; --All; is quiet along the Wa...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 24 April 1869

, new sbtjTH : waLes. _ The Herald of 18th ult.. thus Idiirbnioles the movements, of (iPrinoe, Alfred :—',' In conse quence of the inclement state,, of the ? weather,' the Prince did not. take his usual ride yester-' day. Hia Royal Highness; in the . afternoon, visited the Union. Club, and stayed ' thero for soiao time. He returned to Government House, and dined at seven p'olook p.m. Later in the 'oyening tile , Prince' dnd; the hoia. Eliot Yorke visaed the Royal Victoria .Theatro, where.Mr Vajtp.r Montgomery, is playing an engagement. Th'ete .was -S very large bonao. ? ^ His Royal HigiiD^a.wu^ received with loud aud longcon injlbji.biieeHn^;. ^ jit soon transpired that, al aou^H unablo to ilttend tho pioriio .in honor of jj'riu's piitrbn sdint;, his Royal : Highness the ^ake.bf Edinburgh. nud;)tlirough6ut the day, exlifbited his . tesjiect and lbvo, for MOM Iro land', by woaring a bunch of shanirocks ,oh; the brbnst of his bout — instead of the bouquet which' heiiHaally wears. This...

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THE EXHIBITION OF FINE ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 24 April 1869

THE EXHIBITION OF FINE ARTS. The Fine Arts Exhibition was inaugurated on 29th alt. by his Excellenoy the Governor, and of course the ceremonial proved one of the most interesting as weii as important incidents of Easter Monday. At about eleven o'clock tha .doors of .the^ Exhibition Building were thrown . open to that portion of the public which bad duly provided itself with season tickets, comprising, a goodly number, of. the elite of ciiyt and suburban sooiety ; and shortly afterwards liis Excellenoy Sit Henry Manners Button, accompanied by Lady and Miss Manners, . Sutton, Mr and Mrs , Bright, his Aide-do-Camp and Private Secretary, entered the great hall, aitd. were received ,by Sir Red mond Barry arid Sir Mu'oarthur ; ,tho band pf tbe 14th Regiment playing tti£ .National Anthem. On his Excellency, rettch'in'g, the dais, Sir Rodmond ,. Barry addre'giied him as follows ;:—':, Sir;— Iii , requesting. . y,bu to opon this Exhibition of pine Art; the ; trustees pt-rtmade th'ismBelves t...

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

QUEENSLAND. We observe tliat in tho Queensland Legis lature, Mr Francis hus given notice of u motion in favor of the payment of members. The estimated revenue for 1869 exceeds that of 1868 by £60,000. ? The present session of Parliament is to be entirely a financial one. ? . - , The report whioh redched' here ;recently, announcing the discovery of d gold-field at Burke Town is confirmed. .; , ; , , HEAyifjilp'ods haye taken .p'ldce at the Gulf of Carpentaria! resulting id. the loss of a lnrgo .number of sheep. .;','.,',':,, i-'.-,s. ? ' !On_ St. Patrick's Day da-iinmenso sharkjwas .captured by tho crow of .tb.e . ship Wiriterthur lying' at anchor in Brisbane roads. , Ttie monster, wail soeu playing abotit the ship, dud a.lino.was irppped inyitibg him, to '.cbmo.jbn ibardj' an offer which he ,.acceptbiddftei-j some little, hesitation. Cin iiibn.surihg,th'o. bru'to ho was found to bo up wards of 17 feet in length' und 8, feet in girth. Ho was cutopen, and in tho - stpmuch was found a ...

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WILLIAM BUCKLEY, THE WILD WHITE MAN OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 24 April 1869

WILLIAM BUCKLEY, THE WILD WHITE MAN OF VICTORIA. Our large colored ongraving 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 of 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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VIEW OE THE NGATAPA PA, NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 24 April 1869

VIEW OB! THENGATAPA PA, NEW ZEALAND. - Two of onr views relate to the war now going on in New Zealand between the settlers and the Eon-baa section of the natives, Tha first view, is that of Ngatapa mountain, , with a native pa on ' tha summit, whioh wa« ereoted . by Ti Kooti, the leader of the Hera-hans who eaoaped from confinement on the Chatham Islands and massacred the Bottlers at Poverty Bay. ' The position of Ngatapa' says Colonel Whitmore, who effected its capture, ' is by a great deal the most diffioult 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. Rising abruptly and of a 'confused and ' tormented' mass of forest olad hills, a single cona shaped mountain rises con ispionous from its height and isolation. It is covered with bush which has been to some ex tent out down and burned. The apex of the hill, whioh is perhaps 2000 feet high, ia girted by. a triple line of fortification, and of these the...

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

TASMANIA. [from our own correspondent.] .:. . ?;;i^i,-.ii;;',.r-t -mv.' - -,,:,- - .'..-. AP'1- The mutilatipn of Billy Lane,, better known as ' King Billy;' caused quite a commo tion in. Hobart Town. In.life', nncared.for, with out, a friend; he was .allowed to dissipate his little, means, in- a public-house, the ''Dog and Partridge ;' but no sooner nad he pas'soft into eternity than he became an object of in terest, if riot 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 ana report. This commission was broken up by two of the commissioners re signing, wheroupon Dr. Stokell, of the hos pital, in whoso oharge the body of Lane was, had. ...

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

W;I1IIIV WELGI & CO., OFFICE, 44 QTJE EN- STREET. YARDS, 1 7 _ Q IT B B N-S T BE E T. , AUSTBALIAN; AGENTS EOB . ' ? ?????;?? ;' GIiA¥T'OiN,,: vSH'UTTIJ.E,^MTII,':& GO. ' ., ' '. ' . .'...;.!.. -,''.. ' ' -: STAMP END WORKS, LINOO-LnI .' ' ' .; - . - '[ '???''? * - ? '?'????? ? ' ' ? '?'? - ? ' ' ' ' ' ? ? ? ' ?'??????'' ^ .' ' TOthqsenotawaroof tho extent to 'which utetaa power hasjalready been applied for farm proposes, it may _? This Screen received a Silver Medal at the Eoyal Agricultural Society's Show, atLeodu, 1867; the Firs ba interesting to learn that O.S. _ Co. have manufactured upwards of nine thousand steam engines, and Prize of_G at tho 'Worcester Meeting, 1808. and Ten other Prizes and Commendations at -various other Agri noarly seven thousand eight hundred thrashing machines. , . ? ' - . ? ; : cultural Mbettngs. ' ' — . . i , Soieatlflo and mechanical ajdll hitherto employed only In the manufacture of tho higher and more com- , Additional and important...

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"KING BILLY." [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 24 April 1869

'KING BILLY.' Our engraving is a portrait of   the recently deceased last male aborigine of Tasmania. On the 3rd ult., there died at Hobart Town, William Lanny, better known as ' King Billy,' tbe last male des cendant of that race who suc cumbed as the white man ad vanced. Hastily have they all disappeared, and left 'no foot prints in the sands of time.' In 1816 they were said to number ' 7000 souls; now but one old fe male, Lalla Rookh, remains. After much cruelty and many hardships, they are now beyond the hands of their oppressors. Lanny, 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 was in the Rnnnymede. When she was paid off, Lanny's lay came to about £12. This he was paid, when he went to live in the public house known as the Dog and Partridge. There he took to his favorite but fatal drink. Getting ill, he was recommended to go into the hos pital, bnt while dressing for th...

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

?i- EXECUTION OF FLANNAGAN. The last dread sentence of the Iaw.wns oamod inte- effect on 31st ult., in the Melbourne Gaol, on the person of Michael Flannagan, convicted of the wilful murder of Sergeant Hall, at Hamilton. ' The wretched man, who since his conviction hits' conduoted himself in a remark ably quiet and decorous manner, took leave of his . 'wife on the 80th ult. He passed the night quietly, and rose at six o'olook, when he changed the prison ciothog and pnt on his own suit' of (blue jumper, riding breeches and boots. Ho -spent some considerable time on his toilet, .andt shortly after ? Father Lorclan and': his assistant t-ntered the cell and remained: there .until tho convict left it; At ten o'clock the sheriff arrived at the bell doorj , and on' demanding the convict's- body Flannagan, preceded. by his religions advisers, came out, and turning bis back to those who were present, tbe operation of pinion ing him was performed, the priest audibly repeating the usual formul...

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ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, EAST SANDHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 24 April 1869

ST. PAUL'S OHUROH, EAST SANDHURST. We give a view of the new Churoh of England at Sandhurst, as it will appear -when finished, bat at present the nave only is completed, and bo enolosed next to the trau septs as to enable the holding of pnblio worship Tho large number of Epifloopalians residing in Sand hurst has made this work for some years back a necessity. The poi - tion new completed was opened by the Peon of Melbourne for public worship last November, and is capable of accommodating ovtr 850, and the whole is designed to seat 800. From the Sandhurst Evening News of 5th November, 1868, we take the following do soription of this really i excellent structure: — 'We find an interior that will bear favorable comparison with any in the colonieB, ns for oh now finished, and we question if there is an open timbered roof out of Britain which surpasses the one here, spanning from wall to wall in graoeful cuBpings, at once light, strong, and elegant. The windows, twelve in number, aroflll...

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

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS. _________________     BIRTHS.         ADENEY.— On the 6th April, at St. Peter's parson- age, Sturt-street, Ballarat, the wife of the Rev. H.   W. H. Adeney, of a son.               ASPINALL.—On the 9th April, at View street, Sand-     hurst, the wife of G. Aspinall, of a daughter.       AARONS.—On the 10th inst., at her residence, Tem-     ple of Pomona, Bourke street east, the wife of Mr. Lewis Aarons, of a daughter.           ASH.—On the 10th April, at Modewarre, Geelong,     the wife of Edward Ash, of a daughter, still born. BENNETT.—On the 7th April, at Sussex-street,   &nbs...

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