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POLAND AND RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

POLAND AND BUS8IA. To the grief of every etnoeie friend of the breve end Buffering Poliih people, the to called "National Government" hae recently add reeled to the nation a etrenge impae eloneid proclamation. While admitting that 60,000 faeroee have been eleln In battle, and that over 1,000X100 mart}re have been butUhed to Siberia, It nppeala for more aacriffcea, and Btropeljr niget a renewal of the awful contact The National Government pretend* to btUava that the pieeent calamitloeof their conatry are the molt of a political blonder. They confeaa that the maeee* of the oeojlo did not reepond to the appeals which ware ad derated to Ibetn, and did not take part in the recent temmctton; hot thia anaefrom tbe leaden manifesting a want of faith In and reliance opon IU people. The/ looked In Weed forfcraign in iarvenifoa.anrfehaped their policy in aooordaow with theee hopaa of external aeaWanoa Thla illation baring been tffectually dlreipated, they pnrpqae In tbe cecond ataie of the ctr...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. Thtbsdat, DlCntESJ 9. Tobacco Bobbxbt.—Hot 10m nt brought op. on nnud, upon tut dnnt John li III lien. salesmen for Council and Hogarth, bcaLslon-street, rtated Out a case of totucco «u sent down to the wharf on the 81st October, to Ibe Edinn. The tobscco in coot neesUcd Uut related to. The me weighed twentjr poendr, as did the block prod not a. Efiord Bigocil, derk on b*nl the Kcice. proved thai • case of tobaecr weigh ipg twenty pounds was received from the firm ot Conx.rU end Hogarth, on the 8ltt It«n pieced npon the wharf, end ra miaul about fire ninnies after. Detective White stated that the block of tobacco ptodooed was found npon pthuwrt premises. On finding it wlt lea the t^ngton the htd (otTW Us enfi of a ship. This being the skdi of the case against the psfepner, he jras discharged.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUR DEFENCES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

OUR. DEFENCES. 90 TBS Bltnoft OF THS AUSTftiUKiV, Kr,-rt^he snbjectof a forelgninvaelon b '' whloh tbU.communlty m" * mcoerfSffliJi.fomslntalii lodrebeaucmr. The dli ■ nA0: eacajto'qfro&i a "fowl f| attedfix>*tbe pactof fiaadd to qw flcderf toldUlurb'il^oompootrre; lt| S tetii have had that affect. _ __ has peon,pretty accurately reflected In the OoTtrnmenl, dhd' ceftiinly 'did not nUe nee of their knowledge of Busriau Intentions to excite any unnecessary alarm In the breaslsof the colonUU. Such tang-froid, if it arose from a brave self-reliance and trust In our darn resolution and resources, wonld be truly admirable ; but as are have made no preparations to resist attack In which it wonld bo reasonable to trait, is it not to be feared that tbls feeling results rather from blind irrational Indifference, a dislike to face unpleasant , probabilities, or a disposition to accept such terms hs may be obtained by non resistance? Our defences are, however, again the subject of a...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OPEN COLUMN. THE GUN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

OPEN COLUMN. THE GUN. ) the SDirot or toe ACtTiimu*. Sir,—Few men bnttakoan ihjewrtin noma sort of sport, and every week we have to nod gome warm edvooete'e cffasloos ih exalting the tone of bis own particular hobby (abd sometimes the; come out so Very pleasant >8 to rldlcale sit Others who rosy differ from them); but in vein beve I been looklngfor ; anyone to come forward and attempt a re. foim In the field sportsman, his dog and his guu. " Hem rod"' said much In BtU'* Lift} | hut it was more , to what was done than to I what ought to be done that be chiefly at- { tended. Ofallpaitlmes none Is more lag!U mate or morepltnly, 'requires greater efzer. | tion, or gives more pJeatttre.Ifevet you meet a thorough .fteld-aportatntA, yob can with safety give two to one that yon know i his characterietio qualities. He Is bluut, hut yet civilV ehrewd,'butryet'bi«to be > trusted; passionate, hut yet forgiving; and exact In hisdeallBgt, bjnt yet very hospitable J ] in short, he is an upri...

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

NEWS-OF THE WEEK. The field-day oil tie 2od of January ia likely to be a highly racceesful demonstra tion. The date fixed upon appears to be generally approved of. Indeed, we learn tbat the - officers commanding corps who rell I * were conenited em the point, were well nigh unanimous In recommending the Monday in preference to Saturday. The plan of opera tions is not decided upon; but it appears certain that there will be one important novelty in the proceedings—the river will be bridged and crossed. Ail the cavalry corps, we now learn, are to attend. They are to assemble in town on Friday the 8vtb, and iltu are to have several preliminary drills, to enable than to work better together on the | day itself. We may mention here that every man of the Qeelong corps present at lire recent inspection signified his intention of I attending, and Captain Bell and Sergeant Armytage promised to supply bones for a flying battery, with volnnteen from the troop to whip in. This is the trne Volunt...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE VOLUNTEERS. MOBILE HEADS AND POET PHILIP HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

THE VOLUNTEERS. MOBILE HEADS AND POET' PHILIP HEADS. The question of fortifjrtogFOrt (FhtHp Heads is one to which we have already cslledattentlon. Just tioir, hqlrsysr.^lrij<Si' likely to hear more ofthUsubfwt, inasmuch as Commodore Wiseman bis reportedcao (foully on the erection of works titer* sod Government, It Is said, really doea intend to take some action in tbematter of pnrdefehoSe. Simultaneously j events : hsve occurred in America which throw a strong light ujwu: i Onr position,. Mobile is sltaated oomaeh like Melbourne that no one can foil to draw a parallel between the two, and Mobile to^ now the scene of one of the moat StaitHhg* episodes in that terrible drama which the new world has been made thethsatwof. It will be well for lis lfwe pay, heed to the significant teaching* of the hamv To rely wholly and solely upon Ihe tbe&rie* 'dMttfe ltsh anlhorltles rrould he folly on onr pari We cannot afford the re oonstraotione John Boll has,to submit (o, bnt, i...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE BROTHEBS DAVENPORT. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT OF THE TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

THE BROTHEBS DAVENPORT frBoM a connroBDcat or TBi i Of the Tkifooi phenomena that awlooiu. clawed under thebead of 'spiritual m.-ifaSy tlonr,"none haTubcen Bore lemtrktbtethiui thoee BOW exhibited by two gentlemen Davepport In the United States they h.» bten celebrated for eome yeati, but they hen not leen lot mote than afortnlgtat in Lntdm etirf ■teeentvliaUvnfltitnni intl^ Dj?? the welch for ny new lUuatratlou ot tiZ favourite creed. Henoe their Mate* Mtham have been itr Icily private. By whatever meena they perioral theb marvels, they here Ihia to teowameodtinn. that thelt tent* are altogether dieda^ in kind from thue performed to their " spiritual" predeoeMota. JUppUfglaMw an not among the artlclta of their furniture, nor do tht-y undertake to spell the turner ef deceema friend*—aa operation, by the war which fa eeldom,performed without diffi^St even by tpltiu of the moatdeddedlymSJ. giephlcal tatn. Nor do they, aa I am awn> make any attempt to anticipate tomtit evrnte. Heedk...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
UNPUBLISHED TELEGRAMS FROM GREVILLE AND BIRD'S EUROPEAN CORRESPONDENTS. COPENHAGEN. OCT. 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

UNPUBLISHED TELEGRAMS FROM GREVILLE AND BIRD'S EUROPEAN CORRESPONDENTS. COPENHAGEN. Oat. 28. Tbe Folksihlng hu rejected tue aadreee for «tgt of t majoilty, tbe votes being forty lour against forty-four. [The Folketbii-g Is the Boose of Assembly, the Betcbsmth being tbe Upper Chamber or BeneteJ _ BERLIN. Oct. 27. Letters from St. Petersburg state that the Borstal Oovertunent have resolved upon not undertaking any measures of reform in Roland m.111 the ioctal reorganisation of the country bas been eflected. TOULON. Oct. 26. It is slated that tbe two Emperors ate to pay a visit to Toulon. Immense prepaiatloos are alnady in progress at tbe Arsenal fan the reception of their Majesties tbe Emperor of the French and the Emperor of Russia. MADRID, Oct. 26 (Evkkiso). The Fjpoce states that Qeneral Oandara confirms tbe newt of the Insurgents at San Domingo having made serious proposals of submission. M. Panja, who supersedes Admiral Poison in tbe command of the Spanish squadron on the Peruvia...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ITALIAN PARLIAMENT AND THE FRANCO-ITALIAN CONVENTION. TURIN. OCT. 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

THE ITALIAN PARLIAMENT AND TttE FRANCO-ITALIAN CONVENTION. TURIN. Oct. 2U. A meeting of about 200 depntlee took plus ittladw. TbtJ eliimkd Bwoww BMW monely in faTonr of the convention, 'ihe membtN of the Opposition will moot ^TUi'belleved that the bill for the traneferof Ihe capital will obtain a large majority.

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

LATER FROM , AMERICA VIA PAElS. 4 Liter dit«i from NtwYo»k to too 16th ru I tobfr (two dirt Ut«r thin th.t reodrSfK 1 Loudon prior to tilt doting of tin m.tiiiir 3 I be foliowioR:—CoBfedenwo Goaenl lE15 I bu recaptured A'lwti, together witobE 1 irsimtDU or the Ftd. rl*. - M i Quid, 116); cotton, 145. -

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MATCHES FOR TO-DAY. [Corrections of or additions to the subjoined list are respectfully invited.] [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

MATCHES FOR TO-DAY. [Corrections of or add itions to the subjoined list are respectfully invited.! M.C.C. v. Soutli Melbourne, at Melbourne. Do. (second elevens), at South Perk. Richmond v. Colliugwo d Commercial, at Richmond. Richmond Second Eleven v. North Melbourne Second Eleven, at Royal Park. St. Hilda v. Hawthorn, at St Kilda. St. Kildn v. Civil Sendee (second eleven*), at Civil Service gmind. Malvern-hiil v. East Melbourne, at Malvern hill. Albert v. Eton, in the Royal Park. Collingwood Commeicittl v. North Melbourne, at Royal Park. East Melbourne (second eleven), v. South Vatra. at East Melbourne. Brunswick v. Noitli Melbourne, at Bruns wick. Two Elevens, chosen by the President and Vice-President of the Emerald-hill Club, on their own ground. TV. "Watsons & Sons v. King & Parsons find Laing & Webster, on the Warebouse mcnV ground. Bants Bros., Pell & Co. v. Younghusband & Co., on (be Warehousemen s ground.

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

CRICKET. REPLIES TO CORRESPONDENTS. •' A. B."—Ecceived; we will think the mutter over. "Box."—We agree with you j but do not think it advisable, at all events at present, to sny anything on the matter. "Qceby."—It is not, nt the time xve write, decided when thcinutcli will comeoil'between the M. C. C. and Sydney Albert Clubs. We shall probably be able to give the date in our "Town Edition," where, on the 12th page, wc usually insert "Later Cricket Kewe."

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROSE OF DENMARK V. EXCELSIOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

ROSE OF DENMARK t. EXCELSIOR. A match between these two Gipps Land clubs woe played at Bo^edule, on the 30th ult., and was won by the latter Eleven with the loss of two wickets in their second inrfnge. Tlie butting and bowling of the Excelsior team was very good, especially the batting of J. CouUou. The return match was fixed to conic off on the 14Ui inst. The score :— Rose or ] FIRST 1NV1NQS. Ik>?e, b G. Coulson Rowley, Ft Nicolson, b G. CoiiLud King, eoxul b J. Nieolson Buttenvorth, Ft G. Ooul fion, l» J. Nioolsoti .. 1 c and b G-Ooulaon G. Tumbull, b J. Nioolsou 0 uot out J. Turabull, b J. Nicoleou 3 b J. Niooltum R. Rowley, b G. Couteon 2 LG. L\mi1*ju .. Thompson, b G. Coul*ou 5 b G. CVniIson .. j. Rintoiil, Ft Guthridg?, b G. Ooulson .. 1 ct J. Xicolson, b G. Couison 0 b J. Nitxilson .. 0 Et NiooUon, b G. Ooulson 5 Lb L' .. :\9 Total Rxceiuior. SECOND t G.M'lAren^bButtcrworth € b Rowley .. J. Coulfinn,cButterwortb, b Rowley 14 J. Niooleou, b Bntterworth € G. Ooulson, c Turab...

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

THE CREAM OF ENGLISH CRICKET. The English cricket season of 1864 bss closed. It has been a long and prosperous one; and in recording month by month the more prominent of its achievements, we have come to look upon it in the light of a friend, and to feel a certain degree of regret at bidding it adien. However, as e'en " the best of friends most part," we shall endea vour to bear the separation in a philo sophical spirit, and console ourselves hy looking forward to the advent of its suc cessor with the hope that it will equal, if not surpass, it in interest. Oar task this month will not be a labo rious one, for the matches possessing especial interest have been but few. The first event claiming attention was that between Thir teen Gentlemen of the South and Eleven Players. It was played on the Antelope ground, Southampton—of which the Field says, "A prettier award has not met our eyes daring the past season"—and the time was the last Monday, Tuesday, and Wednes day in September. Them...

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

THE AOS t. THE THEATBE8. A match between Eleven* edeoted from (he Age Offioe and the Boyal and Haymarket Tbeatree, wav played on the Blehmood groand on Monday. The game waawonby the Age with five widUu to:ipm.. Xbt ,' tf$dln* on both tide* wai hat moderately jnpd; that of Abe tbeatoa being; Ifnny ianw, the,beet £ev*i»l good catche# wan st made on the aide of the latter, one by Gor M offltlf otro bowling being particularly MlUaat. The return match will probably * played lni* few week*. The fiiUoirtng u Xaunaa. ' ggjg** ■ . .. earoanmnaae II bBtaakfcam .. _ IS bUaulwpk 8 * 1 t> f, b Blaakhaa 18 J fcUt&ink « \.»V" fbOoUlar 8 SMa .. a .. *, eBackhaaa ;Hv- nbMeaUaa • at The Auk FIRST 1nsikw. ST(V>KH i*»K1VUV Ilritton, b Sullivan 8 i and b (ionu.in llulmati, u Cottar, b Sul livan 0 not out .. .. C llult, run out 0 b Sullivan.. A. llrittoii, Sullivan, b Marshall 0 Vnthfliik, b Sullivan 0 b SnU-Y,ut.. Y. Ulaeklialu, ut Righv, h 0 .• Ireland, b 0 Sullivan . . 2U llraiding, not ...

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

YARRA BEND t. NOBTHCOTE. On Thursday the 8th inst. the patients of the Tun Bend Asylum, to the number of upwards of sixty, accompanied by a con siderable portion of the staff of that institu tion, tnrned out in marching order to play a return cricket match with the Northcote Clob. The grmnd there is none of the best, and being made in the time of Adam, if not before, is rather farrowed and wrinkled. This is not the effect of care, but ■ather from the want of it, and will aooonnt for the smalinwis of the acetes made, as both dnbs hare some capital players. The tramp of ao targe a body of men along the rood woke np the quiet villagers, a great number of whom it was amusing to witness in their bewildering endeavours to noire the queatlon—" Who are they?" Everybody, of course, at length fodnd that out, and the novelty of the thing attracted a goodly number of spectators to witness the game—and see the patients as wall. At about six o'clock the find Innings was played oat, giving Yurra B...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MATCHES OF THE WEEK. MELBOURNE v. SOUTH MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 17 December 1864

MATCHES OF THE WEEK. MELBOURNE v. SOUTH MELBOURNE. This match was commenced on the M.C.C. ground on Saturday, on what promised to be the finest cricket afternoon, as regards weather, we have had this season. But about half-past four o'clock there was a sodden change, when the most violent dust storm experienced in Melbourne this summer lushed over the city and its suburbs, followed by heavy rain. This, of course, brought the game to an ahrnpr conclusion for the day. South Melbourne went in first, and Becured a total of 100 mns—thanks to three of their players, who contributed between them 76 of the nnmher. These were Messrs. Hammeis ley, Wbeatley, and Marshall. The first named batted in excellent style for his 41, and thm was obliged to retire through one of Wills's balls hitting him severely on the elbow. Whilst in, however, he showed some fine cricket, and his efforts were worthily seconded by Wbeatley, a player who, though ytt unknown to fame, batted in a style of great promise, ...

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

advertisements. TO ADVERTISERS. [A portion of the advertisement* appearing in this part of the paper luring been sent in too late, have not the advantage or the country circulation.] A Misofllaueoas. NEW YEAR'S GIFT FOlt THE Til RIFTV HOUSEWIFE. "Themoel popular cookery book of the day." Prioe 4a. OtL The " Australian Cookery Book " is a Irighly credit able compilation ; and it ought to Itrtve a targe sale in Melbourne, Adelaide, Tftfimania, and Sydney.—Reader. The writer evidently aim* at being literary as well M gutrouomic, and seasons hi* recipes with anecdotes and quotations.— Loudon Review. This v a practical book of English recipes garnished with specialities of the Australian kitchen, and served op with a thick aauoe of amusing anecdote.—The Examiner. No cookerv book has boeu presented to the P«hlio with better claims 011 universal favour.—Smith, Elder, and Co.'s Monthly Circular for September tasL THE ENGLISH AND AUSTRALIAN COOKERY BOOK. contains the following fashionable su...

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

BIRTHS. Cbockktt.—On the 1st lost, at her residence. Katrln* wood, the wife of A. Crockett, Esq., J.P., of a daughter. Cvnmnqham.—On the 12th inrt., at High atreet, Prahian, Min. Lawrence Cunningham of a eon. Fentom.—On the Pth InsL, at Victoria-cotUge, Si. Hilda, the wife of Wm. Feu ton, Esq., of a daughter. Graham.—On the 12th Inst., at 158 Moray-street, Lmerahl-hiil, the wife of Mr. John Graham ol a daughter. Grant.—On the 22th inst., at her residence, 208 Gore mreit, Fitcroy, Mrs. A. Grant of a aon. Hgrvst.—On the Pih lust., at Aratnla Station, Murray River, K.S.W., Mrs. Wm. Herrey of a | daughter. Biquixs.—On ibe 11th insL, at Baliarat, the wife of Mr. T. F. Higguu, engineer, of a daughter. Lank.—On the 2nd inst., at Ararat, the wife of Mr ltenny J. Lane of a son. Brakes.—On the 10th inst.,at her residence, Mel' bourne, Mrs. Robert S. Memres of a daughter. Moieto.—On the 12th Inst., at Powiett-atreet, Bast Melbourne, lira. George A. Monriiz of a daughter. Mvlp.ea.—On the 6th in...

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

SAXBFS DAYS. 1664—December.—20, 27. 1865.—January.—3, 9,16, 24, 80. [The 29th and 30th may proTe a very troublesome period, with rery high tide on the 29th.] „ February.—5,13, 20, 26. „ March.—5,12,19, 26 to 28. [March 25th to 28th will be a dan gerous period, with high tide.] RJ).—If the day marked pro re calm and still, distrust the day alter, and especially the second day after.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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