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NOTES AND QUERIES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864
NOTES AND QUERIES. to in* dnn or tbs atmxiubus. Sir,—Cho you inform me injoor nexthne, when a map (Wlnlm the whits and Uw bomidariaaof Duflyi land 1st fa to be lad, and at what pries t and you wffl mash otdf* xoow M^Mtfidgr, Xdta,Bw.U. A0BIOOIA CDum nap may bind of my total* ttuca Cora oBling or two.— -Ed.] Sir,—Your notice to qnerisie iadno« •> t* uk it HeBMume rental n» a publieber *to couM undertake to bring oat, m > aaal,* otherwiee, a tale ffliutraiire «T Victorian Si* to adrentuw, perailiaritto, andeoceutootetl Ian»Aa, Xb« Boih, Dec. 11. BDSEIUS. irmiuMMneof UM&lt;wblWu»iii mm *fli j*p!jr.— Sir, — ObMrriag yo» -tomepooM "Deny iyr»'»" ingnfaj imputing the 4h teB|wiEda(«,Ihm yiitt^|ohim oothi eutyeot, and in 70cm of A*ldi int. I • r»plj«i&lt;i>e&lt;3"H[jni>d,"which oooclo&wtliia: "Then will be do dm for (WiMwtoul pep" en the dog, mien it be te,» fHreotinil tort bio* of dm." IMlhiai to try if eublioo, wHAwfflfofonoaipheTe ei pd on efbet...
AUCKLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864
AUCKLAND. Our Auckland date* bj the Albion are to the let ineL Thejr have bren anticipated, U • great measure, by telcgiaph.The5»ui4»m Crcti statee that William Thompson, tbg rebel chief, baa embraoed the enperrtlUoti creed of the "Pal Mart re" fanatic*. Iftbh statement be comet, it would prove that superstition Is making stent pragmas amongst the native*, for William Thompson hm ell along bear a great pet of the mlstiODu lea, and regarded as one 'of themost intelligent converts to Christianity.
FRIDAY, DEC. 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864
Wma, Dsc- a FtfnTiLK»utr.-FidaickLvUi uj lAcjlApith were cbaqEt4,ai«mmnit,«ttb adiHcdi| the lire* of Oeb chDdiea fcr lhdr Intern pwmto bablU. The erhleacs ot \ •ceoeof the neicbboarx wu to the effeet that ihe'paleylwbetSiM becsm pmoaaoatiT Inm (M tb -«Cnti of drink, Hut bo oeobMb Med ' the children with a onMUy.frfBhkfe to appeared Bnoamriooi tab tt ttfliftinitfcew byUe hair of the Spd), thai jbe ewBductof the woman wai dronken and riMitatto nbaoat decree, and thatto^cMdrSt Itivwffn aitateot the greatest iUth, wretcfcednw, end nofleet, •oOeifog MWdf inu the mat of oteanll *MM tad ottt if clothing. The pfmoi iMfeeocMtcmd to fight mat tfolentir. They tod eMHal Jkonwt, eomeof erhitb boom enddtoKtttmndawfniMirto qt^eB»krf,wiWertBf „ crerUie ehooMrt»eiidBmi«. itooawr«btld tne to s state of great 4Ub. .T"he timber? wet cot otfcoBe. .BeeMted the place mat day. Tto (MdaatiStopjB Ito *mm malt; end tto laottortM KbMBfcdimk^ Iwmb wIliM oppMitd JhliBBiif U '&lt; ^ 1dul MNtttkft t di^tot...
THK LATE MURDEROUS EXCOUNTER WITH BEN HALL AND HIS GANG. OFFICIAL INQUIRY INTO THE CONDUCT OF CONSTABLE ROCHE. (FROM THE YASS COURIER, DEC.8) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864
THK LATE MURDEROUS EX COUNTER WITH BEX HALL AND HIS GANG. OFFICIAL INQUIRY INTO THE CON DUCT OF CONSTABLE SOCHK. rnCM THE YAM OOCBIEB. DEC. 8.1 On Tutdtr, the 29th nit, at the Tats Court of Petty Seesloos—present, Meem. CampUll (chairman), Blake, Adye, Laidlaw, O'Connor, and Celrert—'William Roche, a police-constable statiooed at Tan, appeared to aniwcr the complaint of Sergeant James Scully, which set forth that he (Roche) did, on the 16tb of November, at Randy Creek, unlawfully desert his post, hy leaving the mail-coach without first obtaining pertniwkm to do so. Mr. AUuran appealed for'defeodant. Mr. Superintendent Booth asked permis sion to initiate the cane. The witnesses were then examined:— James Gcolly deposed.—1 ant sergeant of police. I eras present When 6nb4nspoetor Bienoan gate certain ordan to Constable Bccbc Uiat be was to pnruecd aa guard en the mail to Gnndsgsi. as it conveyed the English mail. I saw die mas armed with a slx-bemlled revolrrr, two borse-pistoli, and a...
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864
NEW SOUTH WALES. We extract firoin > Rirerine journal the tailoring catalogue of the criaa committed by bushranger* during the lust fourteen months:—"Cooowindr* iu possession of baak rangen tar three days, Commissioner Keight kf held to csnwm. The Bendemeer fight. Cono«indru again attacked. Murder of K'Lean. Harder of Sergeant MGLnuerty. Murder of Senlor-etrgeant Smyth. MurJcr of Mason, ut Pyramid. Harder of Sergeant Perry. Two troopers and forty men taken prisoners. Thirty-three nail robberies, nod fifty or sixty fortunes of attacking stations, robbing stores, end holding the highway: In the lsst esses robbing from s couple to forty or fifty different people, besides numerous drays. Ootid such a Ust be shown by the stronghold of brigandage—Italy V
INTERCOLONIAL. QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864
INTERCOLONIAL. QUEENSLAND. The Srtibmt Courier of the 29 th ult. says:— "An old Victorian digger, fell known si 'Mike the Reefer,' cilUd uponnayeetarday with Bone good specimens of auriferous nuatts, whloh he bed taken from a reef that he discovered in the course of hie recent pere grinations. Gold permeates the stone visibly, and here and there in tbe interstices it crops op in small rough nuggets, which would make the field remunerative even for each an nneoonomicil process at ' fos-hklng.' At a rough calculation, such quartz, passed throogh a proper cinsbing-mUl, would yield a thousand ounces of gold p?r ton. The finder has been rteetly eleven weeks from Brisbane, and the locilt of his find Is, be says, within easy access of the metropolis. Of coniEe, he has not confided to ns any particulars that would further enlighten the public on thie interesting subject; but he attaches so mnoh importance to it himself tbat bs had interviews dniing the day with the Colonial Secretary and th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864
Government Advertisements. / COMMISSARIAT.—FRESH MEAT. pbovince of AUCKLAND. ~taa«o will be r—irtxi »l uie o«m of u» comim v-gamml h> Auckland, till noon &lt;m TyaitJ. ib* S_ «» »— ifiai fni> &lt;)>• mnnlr a imu ®** mv4aiml Id auckland, tiU w*® • •*** beoombrt 1604, fw «* flferfand mutton) to tbe Troop, in ^« vrtliiil foriht^tf flvn let April 1M6 to 8k* mvidn will * >*»*| xoi^rtmhomis ahtid aruil tothehoop..t ol ptemwhuru baaaaj in inquired by tbe comminwt-otoo*1. « ■dlfciriirri by Lint to do eo. . , l5e5t*m b. >md. monthly, Jor on q^ntitin &lt;^wp jp tb* tlninirimoiriil aeeoants « having b—* "lfor forth" information, apply at tbs commimariat Melbourne Sales by Auction. rrldat, DECEMBER 18. p»._ntfwt of kmn. Collier, Burry, audco.'« juu.ij Bonn, dmy*. wa«om, Hamas, fcc. j SANDHURST. i EDWARD ROW and CO., favoured mttli inmrnetlon. from tan couinr, bwrj, . Co!, will ""*■ by PUBLIC AUCTION, on fn li'il dooonber, nt the works of tht comjony, , wii...
THE NEW CAPITAL OF ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864
,MOE KEW CAPITAL OF ITALY. 4tw*Mr ItaUm Idulittj liu aotlfled is ewniet D» «ee«»h»ee ef tee col vcnI ion, and has accompanied the deola intlon w-itb an annoiinvmvnt of Its Intention to propose to Parliament some measure of compcneatiun to Tu«in f r the losses It will sxotttin by the rerat vil of the court aud Go vernment to FloreLC-'. Theeicrificas will be very serious, ani it Is impossible not to gym* i p&tbize nitbepeople who are thus compelled | to become the gieatoat sufferere by their own uoble iff>rts and cuccest"-s in the work of I Italian libr-raUou. The Piudmont.'se c>u- j liuue to hel acutely the transfer of the capi tal, aud dwell wito som -bitterness upoo me 1 |uice at which the} atv callrd upon to pur* ' chase a national a«iv intake, whicu they re- ' aard as, alter all, eiCce&lt;iiuglv problematical. . Bad it bi.en Rimei'^tniiiof Fl.jre iC-*, imt a ■ murmur would h\v* btcn heard; bit to hod the lat(&lt;r place cbosw as the metropolis of a :...
ATTEMPTED INSURRECTION IN VENRTIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864
ATTEMPTED INSURRECTION IN VE NBTIA An attempt to route an inenmction in Venetia is reported by telegraph. Fbrty or fifty pet son* d meed in red ehl rtj deeoendedfrom the Tyrol at Udlne and endearonrod to rooae the people. That falling, they fled or were ar retted. It It difficult toimaglne that Italian* beliere the Quadrilateral can be taken by a popular emend; and the Ineauon it probably a device of the prieete to excite Aattkaacainet j Italy.
THE POPE AND THE CONVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864
THE POPE AND THE CONVENTION. It is scarcely neoessary to state that the convention has not been received with much tnlfauslsan by the priest party at Rome. The Pope and his advisers, after having taken every opportunity of expressing a desire for the departure of their French protectees, are now aghast at the prospect of being left to maintain their own independence by the aid of foreign mercenaries, or of being Indebted for safety to the forbeaianoe of the obnoxious King of Italy. At first it wai aospecUd Ihroeghont Earope that the con vention had b.en secretly arranged with the Pope, and in the Interest of the temporalities of the Papacy; but ithasslnoe transpired that the Papal authorities were kept in entire ignorance of the negotiations until they wen completed, and that the Nando in Paris has received a severe wigging for his culpable remissness. He ought to have scented, it is thought, the treachery which was going on around him. The announcement of the convention at the Vati...
RUSSIA. PRUSSIA, AND ENGLAND ADHERE TO THE CONVENTION.] [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864
Bl'SSU. PBUSSIA, AND ENGLAND AD HEBE TO TOE CONTENTION.! Tie Russian Gori rudKKt,- after expressing its surprise that a matter of so much import ance .should hare been decided upon without ] consulting the European courts, has giren in its adhesion to the Convention. Prussia, anxious to purchase cheap favour at the ! Tuileries, forwarded her approval with great promptitude; while England, I need scarcely say, views with undisguised pleasure the ap proximete solution of this long-vexed ques tion. It will lead to a much more cordial un derstanding between the two Gorernments.
THE ZOLLVEBEIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864
THE ZOLLVEBEIN. Prussia and Austria are Doable to came to terms in reference to the commercial league of Germany, which has been so long under discussion. In this, at in almost eeery thing elm of late. Ptosis triumphs; and Austria, after all her anbeerviency to her rival, expe- j rienot* well-merited disappointment. Bavaria j and Wurtemburg hare, after much delay and j reluctance, re-entered the Zulivnrelu; and that great commercial league, with Prussia at its head, is now reconstituted with a more liberal tariff than ever—thus giving the Ber lin Government, for many yean to come, the I actual leadership 01 Germany.
MAZZINI AND THE PARTY OF ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864
MAZZINI AND THE PARTY OF ACTION. While the Fiedmontese conservative* tn thus endeavouring to thwart the measures concerted between the Governments of the King and the Emperor, the party of action are patting a highly creditable self-constraint upon their natural impulses. Hitherto, they have abstained hrom taking any steps calculated to embarrass La Marmora and his colleagues, although it Is certainly not the fault of their professed leader ana prophet, Haxxinf, if they have acquiesced in the course sanctioned by the good eenae of their fellow-countrymen in general. That restleee agitator has issued an address de nouncing the convention as "an act of treason, and condemning it ae an implied recognition of the right of "the invading foreigner over Borne. He woold hurry the Italians into the rash enterprise of seising their capital, in defiance of all the military of France; or, if they are not rockiest enough for that, he would at least have them stand by in sullen silence, refusing ...
FRENCH DESPATCH ON THE ROMAN QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864
FBENCH DESPATCH ON THE ROMAN QUESTION. A molt important state papa—in all re spects a model document—on the Emperor's ostensible reasons for the evacuation of Rome, has been drawn op by M. Drouyn de Iiiuye, and sent to tbe French ambassador at the Papal Court. It bar been published in eztauo In the Monitor, and is a most manly and straightforward exposition of the motif of action of the French Gmroment in the matter, past, present, and t> come; The French occupation of Bom; is admitted to hare been always considered " abnormal and temporary." " France has always anxiously looked lor the moment when she might with draw without compromising the internal tranquillity of the country. In 1859, and again in 1860, the withdrawal of the troops was contemplated, but given up from excep tional circumstances. The noons for with drawal are strorg; the occupation constitutes an intervention which is contrary to the policy of Fiance. It brings two distinct sovereignties face to face on tbe sam...
AGITATION IN GREECE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864
AGITATION IN GREECE. Affairs are not proceeding at all (monthly at Athena. Aboot a month ago the National Assembly abolished the Greet Senate—a mea sure which has been generally applauded In thia ooontry. The Upper Chamber had always been a nest of iotrlgalng etaecurist*, ex-officlals, and reactionists, and ia a good riddance for the ooontry, The mean re la reoommended, too, on economical grounds. The thief extruvaganoe of King Otho's go vernment had been in ita civil expenditure. The cost in aalartee of the extinct Senate was nearly £100,000 per annum—an important earing in the preeent embarraaed state of rim On iters. Since that vote was taken, the Assembly has been engaged in interminable disctuiiont on the new Constitution, in the course of which violent party spirit and personal an tagonism have been developed in a moat aggravated form. The cession of the Ionian Inlands especially has proved a source of in extinguishable discord. Having got what they so long coveted and angrily...
DENMARK UNDER THE SHEARERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864
DENMARK UNDgR THE SHEARERS. The bleatingi of the Scandinavian victim •re growing fainter and f•inter. Rfdstanna. fo productive ol aggravated miseries, if at an end, and the ruthless ahearezf an their bratal work. Denmark U charged with having delayed the settlement of matten by ber ill-timed and nnreesonaMe obstinacy. She wanted to haggle over and abate every dtmand; ahe proposed arbitration, media tion, compromise, anything to main time and, poeibly, avert complete spoliation. The lohben began to lose patience; they wanted to realise their plunder. and make off. The Danish Government waa tortured at length into unconditional ecqnieeoecoe in the de mands of Prussia and Austria: and any morning now we may learn that the no-called "negotiations" bare come to a dose. We are told from Vienna that they hare taken what la there called "a favourable tarn,'' but to which a very different term might be applied. Copenhagen advioa in form ns of the nature of the arrangement thru hinted at Denm...
NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864
NEW INSOLVENTS. Henry Grelet, of llaryboiough, tni.er. CaoEreof insolvency—Losses la mining rp:ea lationf, sickness in family, and pressure of creditors. Liabilities. £140 2i 61.; assets, £2; deficiency, £138 2s. 61. Mr. Courtney, official assignee. j Htnry Edwin Bjytr, of Haywood. Dear' Sandhurst, miner. Causes of insolvency— lasses in mining and pressure of creditors. Li.-bilities. £2*3 lGs. 41.; a^veto,£fi; deficiency, £3016e. 4d. Air. Shaw, official assignee. John Kidder, of Taradalr, butcher. Causes of insolvrncy—Adverse judgement inCruuty Court, and procure of creditors. Liabilities, £34 10.'. Od ; assets, £3; deficiency, £29 10j. Od. Mr. Goodman, official assignee. John Bolton, of Glenlyon, labourer. Cause of insolvency— Prwstrne of a judgement cre ditor in the County Court. LiabHltie'. £25: arrets (5; deficiency, £29. Mr. Moore, official assignee. Edgar Garrard, of Ingle wood, accountant Causes of insolvency—Soarcity of employ merit, unsuccessful minlig speculation', and Sre...
INSOLVENT COURT. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9. (Before W. B. Noel, Esq,. Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates.) IN RE E. J. AND C. ORR. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864
INSOLVENT COURT. Fridat, Decemekb (Before W. B. Xoel, Esq.. Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates.) IN EE B. J. AND C. ORB. This was an adjourned certificate meeting. W. MGregor lot a creditor, and Mr. La wm for the insolvents. Mr. Hugh Glass was examined by Mr. Laves. It appeared from bis evidence, that | a mortgage of the property of the insolvents a as executed to him in 1S&8. In 1S62 he got a record moitgsge, ss he thought that there was stock cd the station n jt included in the j first one. He had previously pat a Mr. &lt; Sheridan in possession. He found that the stick vhich he thought were pnrchaeed sheep I vers only the increase. He withdrew Mr. Sheridan in consequence of a promise I made to him to execute the second mortgage. The insolvents had to pay Sheri dan £100 a year. He advanced the whole of I the money lor the purchase of the property I comprised in the deed dated 1st of July, 1062, to JoLn Ore and Mr. Dawden. He took the property us security. The ...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864
IMPOUflDINGS. A jurat.—Impounded at the Ararat Shirt? Pound, 6th December, lb04, by Mr, C. Abbott, fur the maaa .Farmes gere of the Cathcart Farmer*' Common. Strawberry bull, a c near si^ like C top of near ribs, blotch brand top of off ribe, both borne down and loose, indistinct brand near rump.—Damages £5. if " 1 claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 4th Janu ary, 1865. Thomas Gibson, Poundkeeper. Notice.'•—Amarat.—The grey hone, No. 6$, adver tised in " Gazette " of 29th November last, should be, branded FJ over over | instead of IJ over ©v*r | near shoulder. Thomas Gibson, Poundkeeper, Ararat, 7th December, 1864. Brtxocs Cshhl —Impounded at Bullock Creek, 6th Dmmbcr, 1664, by llr. Chaa. Mulier.—Trespaae 6d. tairh. Bay mace, black potato, collar marked, M over a: near shoulder, A off shoulder; black mare, Lung tail, small star, scar outage off fine knee, horseshoe near Uioulder and thigh. Tf not ebdinad and expensee paid, to be aold « *th Jaaaaiy, 1666. John W. Cower, Poundkee...