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MANUFACTURE OF SALT. (FROM THE S. M. HERALD, DEC. 3.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

MAN UFACOTTBE *>F 6AM. . AaroeoNtwnr cfliCktottnBMBexttoia. portiiioetoteeiwliN^^tlSlllterwe £**, «od it ^'ttmrn^mwrnms wedlimntf • tab -»<"*-«-*- - wtniM to A# 4tt|m5S^|wiWh' «» cenaot _.r «Mt*g* m rtui«tow*'ji^5^to»a^ wtott deUnniMfl' teFtoi-itoeBiel't# mU fc* . dflbrtl to' WWWM,?®*! wjto* :P®of' it: eetceroella grtorwnte%* nutrittto1U)d <dMicetie wee «W tlMfi etupawul tor it* «ttm> tire end piwerriog propertte*Hewing wltj» wbtcb ire are ^ acquatofed aeenwi? ;&t • 'tb* nee of man, with the exception of the air we breathe, is more widely distributed orer the earth's eurfeoe or placed more nearly within our reaoli than salt. The mighty ooean, which occupies four-fifths of our ((lobe, fa a vast store house of this highly important condiment, and in most oountries it is to be found inland, either in eolid masses as a mineral, or dis solred in lakes, or gushing in briny springs from the rocln. Australia boasts crcry mineral of importance, in greater ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POETRY. APPEAL. (FROM THE HUNOARIAN OF [?] MAHAL.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

POETRY. APPEAL. (tltOM THK HCMOARlA* OF FOfctelUWT Ml HAL.) Be true to the land of Qtylrtrth, Son of the Magyar race; it noarWi'di nureed, and toon It* earth Will be thy resting place. Wliat though the world it very wide. No land with thine can rie; 0.**ne weal or woe on foriune'a tide, Here must thou live and die. Behold the dear, tbe hallcw'd aoii, On which oar fothen bled; Lo ! here ten centuries of toil Have bound the mighty dead, lite focmen'e ranks our lteraa broka Of Atpid'i martial band; Jtad Bumad's wm* from alave^'a yoke Oik* treed our Frtheziand. Here did thy flag, O Freedom, swell. And red o er battle ware; lit long and deadly fight here fell The bravest of the bravo. Injndte of fortune'* angry frown, Through war and strife a fell reign, Though but, yet aetw broken down. Our people itill remain. 7fce mighty wotW, the common land Of merry nations, aaith: 41 Ten oeuturka of war demand Tbe fight for life or death !" It oannot be that patriate true In freedom's cense so slai...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELTON MOWBRAY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. (FROM THE HOBART TOWN MERCURY, DEC. 9.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

MELTON MOWBRAY AGRICUL TURAL SOCIETY. | (num *BS BOBABT TOW» MKBCnir. BBC. 9.) I under (be augdoee of foiieociety, «a* held in ihegaid attained foHr.BbdrewIFehotei. She wether arm the perfection ofaaammer dqr,, Hi* Kxceflmcy} Oplonri Qor» Browne Mired from town about noon, andgnoeeaded atonoe , to the ehow^ud. 3fce arcuaeinaat* erer* of the moet oocmlete red admfiwnfe cbuncter. Of the ahow ftirif we ou add little to the know-. to he gleanedfry apernmloftbe enb jofoedprice-kri and epaeebe* debated at the dinner, hjwhifojtwitt be eaanthat the dJqfcg : of oheep and At «ttfe, and e*peoiell/ the ; former, wac the greet feature of foe oneerinn, the bone *toek tmnf defloient in*nmb*r, and, with » few Itriliat exception*, aoeh a* Ifr. Bl*ck«fil'*BfcxteU, * " Mr. Hootv't Clyde, and Mr. Bladcw* EUnet (for exhibition only), in ooelifo alee. The theep aall for no otter remnrit then theJ general one that they wereofhkh merit throughout. It f* worthy of reaare that in the (he 0, for boll* Rnder A...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENTERTAINMENTS. THE HAYMARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

ENTERTAINMENTS. THE HAYMARKET. The Haymarkel Theatre war well attended on Saturday evening, the perfonnuioet bjiog iheaameai on the prerioui night, with the cxoepttos that the put of Tilbridiaa, in * The OH tie, "previously played by Ida Sou Cooper, who hu temporarily deputed for * New Zealand engagement, *m anttalned fc7 Mia delta Hoireon, with her tunal Uleut Bar rendering of the diameter was received by the andlenee with hearty applauee. Thta evening Mia Emma and Mia GbUaBowaos will take their benefit in La Bonnambnla and other attnctiTe piece*. It b now doae verging on a pear dnoe theiliaeeaHowaoniqadetiieirappeaianeeat the Haymarlet Tbaabe, and almoat at once atUmd en oof in the ijlio drama, which haegrown intoatlgb degree of popclar favocr, aa taeUfied hp the oowded honie which attended their benefit on Monday, under the patronage of Bit Excellency the Qoveenor and ladj Balding. The •bDMar of the yonng prm* dame and her elater hi "Sonnambhla" b now go familiar to all piaygoeri...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SUPPLY OF WATER IN THE BASIN OF THE MURRAY. BY SIR AETHUR COTTON, R.E. (Concluded from The Australasian of Dec. 17.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

THE SUPPLY OF WATER IN THE BASIN OF THE MURRAY. Br sm Abiotb Cotton, E.E. (Conolttdedfrem Z*ie AlttraUuia* of Dot. 17.) 11 need eoercelv be obeerred that in elect ing • ate for the tank it it eesentiel thet it ahould be where the soD ie ratentire. There are many situations where the upper soil is so low end the substrata ere so porous, thet the enter eenBot .be retained. It is to be obeerred alto thptjt is not intended thet this mode of eratendy Ami by leading the water some miles Ann *' riser is in all eases or generally the tftaapest. Whether in eeoh particular erne it1 ■ will be beet under nil the euennutenees to "obtain the waterfiom n naighbouriig rirer, or to ooQeot thet from the local rains, must be decided upon e comparison of the' two modes In their serious points, The use of the rirer Onjy is under eonsideratron here j thet of load rains will beexsmiDedhereafter, { Another mode of tending water from the J affH^lt hy making useof one of the natural ' rhannds ^tt lnanw off f...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE "MESSIAH." [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

THE * MESSIAH." Thtre W (ooii wmoii to expect that the next annuel perfomnoDeoi the "IfeiiilttC' «n Ohrirtnee ere, toj the Melbourne Phil turniople Society, *t the R«hlblUoc-bamtn<. erill be o aoUHe cue. Since the umheriee of thkbuUdlnc here been etie&gtheae3, eaA the piece whol]/rod eooretcd,the redely here here aide to MBit the pablte to tbam *t a hw tnio«, M tlut thai poonltr dement 1|im hen it^hnd to their oonntt*; end, ,nan> ovtr, it b*«been abtce determined to 'neko Q»ty» ■fltcyifcl AndflKMft |TtffpTW" eooM cf the * UwUk* on the lew of OhiM nl polite «e wmJoohedto for, Kid ewty pcqeateUou ha* bwMhittii Handell* nhUme <jratorio ihellbi Hie flfpHl fflhrtfr cMfl |3^bot^^wib.so tbtt aqlsay>c>k iotxooi ;*« thii: ThetoloUti.'to^Kj^>e6^d|^:. Tbe merit* of theee recrikU awtoo wjil cciehlkbedln the meBOiW of -fc 'IMbeeee pubUo to ate* jertw4'"l§ moretlneihofa, 'We jauetaddthe aw* of MinFenj^iuerei aoofcltalto <td«ia*r<,»eU...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE YEOMAN'S PAGE. AGRICULTURAL REVIEW OF THE WEEK. Wednesday, DEC. 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

THE YEOMAN'S PAGE. AGRICULTURAL REVIEW OF THE WEEK. Wednesday, Die. 21. The tendency of prices in the flour market Is ttill downward, but the alteration is very slow. The best sorts of flour are nominally the same as last week, but a desire to realise on infeiior pat eels as the end of the year ap proaches has caused some reduction in the veloc of these. The fiist of the new wheat has arrived from Adilaidf, though the quantity iB small; and it is expected that thire will be new whtat at some of the up-ccuntry mills in this colony before the last day of this month. Wheat is Etlll in demand in town; but it is supposed that the millers will soon have a plentiful supply, purchased to their order at Adelaide. Horse-corn continues dull of sale. The hay market has been folly supplied this week, but prioes remain as they were, the best new hay fetching£6 a ton. Except from the Geelong district, where the extent sown with wheat is limited, there are no complaints of the rust spreading suffi ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LITERATURE. The Australian Squatters (Les Squatters Australiens). By HUBERT DE CASTELLA. Paris: Hachette & Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

UTEB&TUBE. The Australian Sqvaffers (Lts Squatters Austral tens). Bv IXrBEET de Castetxa. Paris: Haclielto Si Co. If not always ploasant, it is seldom unpro fitable, to sco ourselves as others see us. Mr. De Castclia holds the philosophy of being pleased with the world as he finds it; and as he has a pleasant way or dashing along the journey of life, his liglit and agreeable volume, if it does not add much to English book-lore on Australia, will very likely convey eome use ful information to the general reader in France. It forms a number of that popular series, the " Biblkrtheque das Chemins de Fer," and being written in the light style proper to railway literature,1trill likely find considerable popularity. The information, if neither very profound nor extensive, is generally trustworthy. Mr. Castcllo, though of SwiBs family, after lounging through the studios"of Paris cultivating artistic tastes and a love for the picturesque in nature, abuu dantly displayed in his work, ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

Sblfplag. T3 LACK WALL LINE of ;X> FACKBT8. For LONDON, Dimtt, Towtl with puctoalitr. On SATURDAY, DBCKMBEB 81, Tin fenmrtt* pimniga ahlp ^KOLIBIT, ( 1500 ku, A1 it UagBk EDWARD JONES, Commute, Belonging to Ham. Green, oTBlaekwalL j TkoDuneof toefoeonritoHUtowall Una linlnj 1 ti now io well known In toil trade ton* tt hnm» n> refer »t my length to ha qtuLUit w a Bailing nirwimnw' aad pamengerahlp. Tuugo manly, £1« and enfold*. For plane oT cabin*, and tamed ud third clan dietary ecalee,* pplj »« W. T. WHITE tml Co., leBlwbetinteoetoonth. No eubagoil* a runoon* on autootiaed to rewire | yilMge*iaOMJ OT bono ticket*. ES8RS. MONEY! WIORAH * SONS1 (Of Black wall Yard, London) LINE OF STEAM AND SAILING BOTFS, f omprining toe Kent, BnOblk, Unoolntoirn, Norfolk, Keen (new), Trno Britoi (nwwL nnd otoa foD-known •Upper nhipa, wfalto bara ban nallt nxprenely for tor duatralfan pamenger trade. FOR LONDON DIRECT, TooeD wito ponetnaUto ON WEDNESBAT, J AND ART IB, The celebrated clipper ahi...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LITTERARY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

JLiITBEAEVNOJES. TnsHo*. Arotwrx Brwatufl lord CbkBoellor, bu wrfUeojM fat ohOdren t «* Schoee town*!':* other TUrtpf Skf--'*—« " the C9iri<tmu gift tog book foreMldrae U*^mbf Itif Ixu& eod other TUee." yv*®£ Homme fo«~ aPcmi^Ai " tor,* Met* «t the moaet siOlioldtii ovniiflkidlflL i^itog, thefitkedSX^H»1>aite torte* to meet Mr. Biyent. Inritetfom to gttandj ihSt gathering here been eent to Ijongfellow, Lowell, Pane, Whittier, Holmee, end othere, and acceptances havo been reoeired from the Uueelltet turned. 'Mmubh Leoenb or ens Rxvirra.—The Hoon Utl stoiy about the revert; I beard 1 tt &om Sir John Druromond Hay, who en Jouied me to make a little tale of iU The Home think that the ravons, when first the; come out of the eggs are white t and the; relato.in abomical manner, how horrified the Iparcnial revenues when thoyoung one crept j>[Ot, "Biid ■ He•; perceived that it wae white. Py Who is this?" cried the liltle raven's lather, ipppfetingjiitrewl/ bi...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LESSONS FOR LEGISLATORS. No. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

LESSONS FOR LEGISLATORS. no. n. To acquire authority over the minds of men it is not sufficient to appear in their eyes able and fortunate j it is necessary to impress them by a superiority of will and judgement. Jeffer son was not Tery imposing, cither by force of character or intelligence ; he was at one and the same time too much inclined to bow down before popularopinion, and too prone to startle common sense.—The Wide. PabLIament loves good sense and joking, and nothing else j ana the object of its utter aversion is that species of eloquence which may be called Philippiau.—Sir J. F. Biurto*. TheBE is nothing so injudicious as to talk in the House of Commons of a man's own disin terestedness. It is the topic which the Hone, with great reason, hears dwelt upon witliwEs most impatience.—Bomitly. Pabtt Estimate of Prime Mew.—Cavour, before he became a minister, war spoken of with contemptuous ridicule by the democratic i press of Turin.—Dicey'x Memoir of Comt Carour. Loni) Paimebst...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DESTRUCTION OF BIRDS [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

^^^'i£ig. st. row n ieiour ef '—1*- : pw*e our flAW, Ssaffi SS5 •• wp W S^ati V^-SM SrTi-SiO sawsa^ft ' *M4tivwmmm ^^SSk^mSmS —I'M"®* ' nuoh i S«w' •Mure iiZT® *^11^1 i "Article 1.—All fowling is interdicted for tli* tpaoe of Are yean. "This prohtintitto ii general and absolute. It applies throughout the whole extent of the colony, to ell birds, whether thoae of the country or birds of pamage, end wheterer may be the means end manner of chew, of destruc tion, or of capture. The prohibition extendi alio to the deetruction or displacement of nests, eggs, end broods, " Article 2.—Throughout the dtuition of tbo eeid prohibition it it interdioted to expose for tele, to buy, to sell, to transport, or to Lewk about any birds, whether living or not. " Article 6.—Every contravention of these fogel provisions iheii be punished by imprison ment for three to ten deye, end by fine of SSf. to 60£ ' " If the offence be prored to here been oom mitted upon the lend of another, or by the help of bird...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A MODE OF TRAINING THE VINE ON TRELLISES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

[Teaman mailer, continued from Ot Wpage.] A MODE OF TRAINING THE VINE ON TRELLISES.. * fflio following wetbod of trebling the Tine it euiteblo for erehed trellie work. There •«, donio excellent odv&ntegoe belonging to it, -.-vine it euperior to eome other etylee of (reining. In the fleet place, the shoots all being vertical offer lets obstruction to the flow of the sap than aboota which are trained in an horizontal manner; and, consequently, the plant will grow with greater vigour, ae the more the aap ia impeded in its course the leas vigour oue will be tlio alioote produoed. In training the Tine, ell unneoeaaary ourvea should ha BToided i old knotty wood obstructs tba flow of (he aap, and is too cauae of weak growths and small crops; cut out suoh wherever prac ticable, and replace it by a.younger branch. Vpcu these principles ia founded the practise of culling back plants which hare made a weak growth, or have become old, gnarled, and bard, eo that they may throw up strong,...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOWN AND COUNTRY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

TOWN AND COUNTRY NEWS. A meeting of the Election* and Qiallfice ti<m« Committee vu held yesterday, In the mntter of the petition of Ur. Robert Byrne, oneof tbo candidates at the late election for : the irpraentatlon of Bandrldgo in the Legis latlve Assembly, agalnet the return of Mr. David Moore. The prooeedlngt were purely of a preliminary character. The petition allege!, inter alta, that the majority of votes declared by the retnrnlug officer tn favour of Mr. Moore wae only an apparent and colour able majority, inasmuch as dlvere person* voUd who had no legal right to vote; that before and during the election "the said David Moon, by himeelf, hie agents, mana gers, friends, partisans, supporters, and divers other persons, wm guilty Of gross, extensive, systematic, and notoriousbrib:r» and that in divers lnstanoes the returning tfficer struck out the name of the petitioner In the ballot-papers of persons who Intended to vote for the petitioner. The petitioner therefore p...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHRISTMAS AMUSEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

CHRISTMAS AMUSEMENTS. With Enfliih mUmmma- weather ««• head, the holiday makers of Victoria an; awaiting the prepewttoBi for oelehriiiag "marie Christmaa," The meteopdUtn theataa Un ewewpH to produce goriuoru; entertelnweete, alter the ninht «i the 1 London theatre! at this siikiii. Orand cricket matches on all the principe] groandt of the colony; OhiWieee reoei In many totalities; ont-cf-door sports in ell; and In some localities, as in Ballarat, Sandhurst, and Castlemsine, on a acale that approaches the completrneM of the holiday of a oamleal wtek. To partlDclariee where each and all of these holiday doings are to take (law would occupy mora space than see can spars ■ la cnr news columns. It Is anfiokat toatata In P»eral term that tha oateras for tha aianaemeat and (sanation of the Victorias pntoUcfcaeeereeyafcere pMpated epectd de* lectetiou ae :j» the redlHot." The ntll wayswUltimatTedacedfare*; ootohnbwe been pat on specially to emmr eld tats to districts which the Iron fame do...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NAUGHTY BOY DISQUALIFIED AS WINNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

NAUGHTY BOY DISQUALIFIED AS WINNER. 11m etewardi of the lite Smytheiialc Btcv Meeting here dbqoalJfied Naeghtg Bog, the winner of the Maiden Plata, nod given the nee to Ben Bolt, who ten wooed. The ground) of the declrion ore to he (bond In the foot, that Nauhtr Bog had (mrloedr "won anadv "

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AUSTRALIAN CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

AUSTRALIAN CUP. 11m following weights hive been deckred for the Aostnltto Cop, to be ran for et Ihe ; next Kdboone Bece meeting| •t lb, | Mr. Jamm'i b h Ebor6 jra 8 4 j Mr. BupR'i b b Buikert C n> 8 0 j Mr. WIi»oc>*« farm Muctdom, 6 yra .. .. S 10 | Mr. Baipertbc Banker, 4 jrra ..8 8 Mr. Bora* Flahcrt eh t Bote of Denmtfc 4 Mr. H nrtk'riiW. br f Knhatle, t jr. '.'.It Mr. Powllagb hr t IMumtnitlcn, * grr ..7 6 Kr. T. Bn&7brblmnie}r> .. .. 7 < Mr. Sortie PiibMbchl Chrjiollte, 6gn .. 7 0 Mr. T. Bentv'ibg Woodmui.ageil.. .. 610 Mr. DavBng'.cbeLuwr,S yn . ..6 6 Mr. J rtrre}". cb Kndmls, 8 yn ..6 7 Acceptances ore to bo declared on Jana aryl7. WOODEND HACKS. The weights bare been declared to the principal handicap races, as follow*:— THI PCBUCAI8' FUB8E. >t. lb. I it. lb. Mustang .. ..6 7 IWoodmu.. .. 6 Klb 6 0 iLadrbirJ .. .. 6 Flitcstcber .. 8 O | rua wooours cor. si. lb. | it. lb. Molting .. .. 8 17 ln*toald>er .. 8 Elli 8 7 j Woodman.. .. 8 LllUd°bn.....

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE BOOMERANG OF THE AUSTRALIAN NATIVES. TO THE EDITUR OF THE AUSTRALASIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

THE BOOMERANG OF THE AUS TRALIAN NATIVES. TO THE EDItuE OF THE ▲V8TE4LAS1AH. Sir,—In the last issue of Tht Australasian, under the heeding " The Books of the Month," yon noticed the recently published journal of Mr. M'Dougal Stuart, across the island-continent of Australia. And in doing so you say, "Mr. Stuart, in answer to ques tions put to him by Mr. John Lubbock, said, first, that the common belief as to the mode of throning the boomerang by the natiresof Australia was an incorrect one; the boome rang is always hurled straight at the object aimed at, ana it did not recoil from the di rection in which it was thrown." It is pos sible there may be so great a diflerence in the manner of making and of using the boomerang between tbe Australian natives, that Mr. Stuart and I have come in contact with, that I will not attempt to impugn the statement of one who has deserved so well of Australians generally as this great explorei— but my experience of the natives bas taught me that the st...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SAXBY'S WEATHER SYSTEM. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

SAXBY'S WEATHER SYSTEM. TO ma EDITOR or TBI iQltUUIUI. Sir —In your iasue of Saturday the 3rd instant appeared a letter elgned"A Firm Believer in Saxby," in-which the writer give* , u» nothing new on tba subjept. but simply Indulges in s few sneers at the Goreromeni. Astronomer and Mr. Morton. Be asys"Mr. Morton tells us that" Mr. Saxby is a very harmleaa prophet, who is in clined to make a little money on popular credulity.' Tills 1 deny altogether; Mr. Saxhy has glren Ms theory for the benefit (?) of tfau world' at larger and does not want to rr alte money by the transaction, at I can show hy a letter I reoelvodfrom him by the last mall." In these days of copyrights aad pahnte, it Is quite rcfroahlng to meet with a care of tucb vocdeifol generosity; hot un fortunately there is so much incredulity in the world, that a great number of " soeptlos" will be found.-who will not betters in tire disinterested motives of tbte new prophet eho bos risen tip. To 41 firm believers," I have no ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AUSTRALIAN DISCOVERY AND TRANSPORTATION. (FROM THE TIMES, OCT.26.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

AUSTRALIAN. DISCOVERY AND TRANSPORTATION. {reo* -*tue tiki, oot. 28 ) Aeil le a national belief that the uniaUled (errltoiy of Australia te Mill • fcauailoq of tfa»Brlthh^B)i4tV%a cannot bat take an interest tix *b« enogeMfve exploring w$«U«: tinit to whfdk.Mw ,cwuii«7 h >l»g.i«sa ~ jsr±£rte"«,iiS5 »**y, futd something of the eame sphit'of dUt-overr that pat penetrated A&loe from Vomany different point! U *ttut attempt i'offipliftThB^lcf jnwteiy that haiao (peg bung dm wewit toteHor region drAbe1-' tralla. The Imperf*l Oorrmmeot hefe dbbe leeefdprottbtathOOe attempt* than ooUld have been wlited(/Nearly ftli the ^oA bat faetn done hy'ibeAttftialUn bolonle* them selves. By »me extraordinary copne of nmobing, difficult to account for In what 4» *uppoatd to be the meat praotloal of nations, wegavc nearly *11 pur suppwt of exploring enterprlie to the dlwovery of rrgloci uninhabitable by man, bad'• matting (be thoreiand cape* of sea* the ebipe of oommeroe oannot navigate.. 3be....

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