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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 28 January 1867

Printed and Published by Ebenezbb and David Symb. Proprietors' of the Age Newspaper and General Printing Offlco, EHzabeth-Btroot, Melbourno, Viotoris. .-?-??? '

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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THE NEW MEMBERS OF THE MINISTRY. THE MINISTER OF JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 28 January 1867

THIS 5W MfcMEER^'OJi1 IWi ZUmbWY— (Fuoar PiioxeomwiB r.' P?.,-~t.~ -,-tv,,..,* ' ' ' ii i . ' UCm, SAT Jtt. BlA-0ON,?M.L.A. / - VTHON. J. MACiVUEGGE, MX.A, ~ ? '-' IXOzl TV, Jj1, X \-AT-75,Or.T.Af/- ? . ' UCm, SAT Jtt. BlA-0ON,?M.L.A. / - VTHON. J. MACiVUEGGE, MX.A, ~ ? '-' IXOzl TV, Jj1, X \-AT-75,Or.T.Af/- ? THE MINISTER OF JUSTICE. Tho hon. S. H. Bindon, M.L.A., Minister of Jus tice, was born in'the city of Limerick, Ireland. He is connected with the principal families in tho county Clare : and members of his own family represented Ennis in tho Irish parliament tor upwards oi nn,y vcors. Mr Bindon is-' a Trinity College man; he was admitted to the Irish bar in 1838. Much_ of his time was devoted to literary and antiquarian pursuits, as 'a member of tho Celtic Society, tho Archaeological Society, and kindred institutions. Ho was connected with many of the social and poli tical movements designed' to develepo the industrial spirit in Ireland, and he was specially earnest in the agi...

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THE MINISTER OF MINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 28 January 1867

THE MINISTER OF MINES. Tha hon. John Macgregor, M.L A., is a native of the Islo of Skye, Scotland, and amved with his family in the colony in tho yeai 1840, at the age of ten years. Ho is a member of tho !e-ral pro ?fcsFion. His nisi upptirancn m public Mu niay be iUlofl from luu appointnw ut us bocretnrj of nn ainieiation U\ the abolition of Slilo pid to rebgitn— an oJUhv vfluu'i ho hoM lir «-.any years. Ho came forward as a candidate for a seat in Parliament at the general election of 1861, for East Bourko, but was defeated after a severe contest by Messrs Kirk and Bennett. He was, howevery returned in October of the following year for tho district of Rodney, in consequence of the retirement of Mr Wilson. Gray, and took his seat in opposition to the O'Shanassy Ministry, and strenuously opposed the principal measures brought forward by that Government, viz., the Electoral, Mu nicipal.'and Local Government Acts, in consequence of the attompted restriction of the franchise. He sup po...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 28 January 1867

A vwutii; nvr nvs 'opn^i t ^oai l ,ChiTn-i-Xl, on Tttosdny. ' ^Ve'li ivc lif-f hrtetffpf ,theso cr--aturoa for sovornl jenva ftpW '.^ iU ae.-'°''-- Al\Vtrr: tiscr, '-nhMi Uio'*.-^Vs2^iJ. ,?«!'? C'F'0' ul)'at Prabian and B'i lah w&, 1 nft ^owmUeajpf a rmngep Son tlw tBiit,Vi,at,fe*» i,I .Wo.u- muii« ww*»y

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THE ABORIGINAL ELEVEN AT GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 28 January 1867

THE ABOEIGINAL E/iEVEtf AT GEELONG. Tliis.ina'toh was oonclndod on Satnrday, 5th mst. There was a much larger attendance than on the pre Yiona day, but, owing to the threatening appear ance of the | weather' in the morning, the speeti torn did not muster on the ground until ' the gunje had1 been nearly finished. About fifteen buudrerl ' were present. The match was resumed at eleven o'clock sharp, Paddy and Wills (not out the previous day) taking their places at the wickrtH to the bowling of Rose and Adams. Wills Added thrau to his score, and was then clean bowled by Adauis. Pad ly, who played woll, added 5 to his previous score, and also ell a victim to Adams; and Watty carried out Ms bat for 2. Geelong than went U Jthe wickets to the bowling of Cuzons and Wills ; Cuzens bowling Riddle tho first over; Wills served Pitman ditto. Robin son rn.vlo a ipl'indid square leg hit off Cuzens, foi1 which he »-!|ii six.-; Rose, played a careful in oin.UA for h:- i ins, und Rippon was splendidly...

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GALLE FACE, COLOMBO, CEYLON. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 28 January 1867

GALLE FACE, COLOMBO, CEYLON. The island of . Ceylon has interest for Autralians as being the point at wjiich tho R. M. Steamer for Australia receives the English mails. The publica tion of Sir Emerson Tennant's well-known book, has ?lately made the reading public tolerably well ac quainted with it. ? The. scenery, in , the maritime parts of .Ceylon, thongh rich in tropical luxuriance, is rather tame, from its sameness'; tut in the hill districts of the interior the scenery becomes extremely bold and beautiful, varying and changing, with oyery milo that is passed. Tho outlying portions of the hill country, present a succession of- long -winding valleys, covered with rice-fields, bright in some parts with the. emerald green . of young crops, and in others with yellow grain just icady lor the sickle, 'or -alive already with the active operations of harvesting. Between the valleys rise hills of every form ; knolls of open grass land, and rangeB of rugged towering heights, wooded to thei...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ATHLETIC SPORTS AT MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 28 January 1867

iTn&iiii --Me Bit* b * « \ * * *?-» Q'm * » 9&3m&m*&- iTn&iiii --Me Bit* b * « \ * * *?-» Q'm * » 9&3m&m*&- ATHLETIC SPORTS A.T MJBBBOUR^fE^ A series of sports of ah atlilottc nature, mwiucii the aborigiiial elereh took jJiirt,- ciiii^ off, on .the Melbburiie ground on 29th ult. MoBsrs Hal-S&Mtle tod W. It Haymah acted as judges, : and Mr W'/X-' Hammersiy as starter., There wjs a large concOuiio of spectators present, which ppufd libt ,hav;e ntiip bered less than 40(JO. The ladies' reserye was crowded to excess with a gay; and fashionaTily- ? dressed throng. His Excellehcy the Governor and ? several members of uhis family arrived about three o'clopt, and ihe blacks were formally introduced to hub by Mr T. ,W; Wills. Reviewing the result of' the day's prbceedhigs, it is impossible not to be astonished at the success of the aborigrnals. Out of ten ovent^ spotted .on tie ..cards, five were won by them; and two of t...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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BOXING-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 28 January 1867

BOftmOt^AJi The weather on Wednesday, was somewhat- more favorable than that of Tuesday for open-air enjoy .ment, though still somewhat warmer than the bulk of tho community imported from colder latitudes would desire. The gro.-it foaturo of the out-door, recreations was tho commencement of tho cricket match -bctwoon a . team of eloven . aboriginal natives of tho colony, and a crack eloven of the Melbourne Crickot Club. So groat was the interest folt in reference to this contest ' that as nearly as could bo estimated over 10,000 speotators visitod tho fcrw-no of tho game during the day. An ndmiiiHion fee of Is to the ground was charged) with tho option of procuring for 2u 6d a ticket, the pri vileges conforred by whioh extend over tho entire throe days. No less than 8000 persons took tickots at tho lower price, and in addition to those nearly 500 members of the club atteudod, each of whom enjoyed, and most of whom exorcised, the right of introducing two friends. It was qnite manifes...

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PROGRESS OF OUR INTERCOLONIAL TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 28 January 1867

PROGKESS OF' OtJR INTERCOIiONIALi 'L'RADE. 'Wo have. roceivecTtho following returns on appli cation to tlio dcpnvtnicnt of 'Viado und Cnstouih, showhi' tho number und tonnage of tho shipping eiifjagcrt in tlio trado with Now South Wales, New Zealand, Queensland, South Australiu, Tupm.uiia ond Wentern Aubtralia daring tho past s-o\i'n yuars : — VioieiUA.— l8-10-18fib. YoarH Jrirjrds OutivnrrJfr No Tons. Ko | Tuns 18''0 .. . l.&iil -25(1,411 1,-iH ilJ{\7--0 1861 .. .. l.ftSH !ioO,i7i l.'il.'J :J2:i tU 1S62 .. . 1 3'J9 '2 1,680 1 !!'».- ;$37 21 1*3 .. . l,2iifl 3'-a2!S4 Infill «64P!H- 104 .. . 113.1 :Ho2t55 I.V.1I 38J,-7o 16S5 .. 1 3'7 ''i 8J7 i.'(- .VS17 3 18US* ? I , t. 5 35n 1 U_- ? I^fcS J ? JU 1 , -1 1 -. *Tho roturns from Poi-tlaud, Port Albert, Port Fairy, Wannainbool und Cowunn. for tho 4th quaiter, ? have still to be added to tho rotuni f»r 18(50. ; ? Ecturn;- showing tho, 'number and. tounago of; vessels entered inwards from, and cleared outwards; far, Now South Wales...

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THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS. CHRISTMAS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 28 January 1867

ifli f cfiraSTMAS HOLIDAYS.: '-'' — ???— '? V , '? CHRISTMAS DAY» JJSpiiother anniversary of the great festival of, the \ip|tiiBtian troria has oomo, and come luaying. behind )k§i recollections chiefly of festivity,; and it.is; to bo |ff|p/ed rarely ot Borrow or riagreti '. The genial; sea wim :1ms been obsorved as from . timo immemorial--^ SfiBing the phraao with roferonce.to oui' local customs. 'Skncp'dosires-— has beenrthe. ouBtpin. of .'yictorians, Pwitlvia degree of sociability seldom characteristic; of 'Colonial life. There '.have boon tho.-n^al,riu.mbe?; of. picnics by land and -water,, andiiri, Byoi^Jraagjaable . y^oryeyance, from the humbl? i UiouglJ, c^gacious ;fur- ynitare yon, to the uhowy pair horBp4?»K*??B ^SSy.'i /or ifrom the rapid staambrtit to.tho dliUbiu'a^watpr, Sttan's skiff, the people throngoActo.iijBir onfli*!IBary/ i'jifi'His of holiday resort. Nevertheless, the attrac :' tioii^ _f rural ami seaside, soonea provod insufficient, ? to /denude the oity of wayfa...

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REFRACTORY PRISONERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 28 January 1867

REFRACTORY^ PRISONERS. A somewhat serious disturbance occurred at the penal e tablishment, Pentadge, on the nsght of -J^aneadaT-^fl«l£ ,-Si«n-S_Qlj:efrocioriness andM suboidrnation had appeared among some of tlie long sentence men foi one or two days before, and had been manifested by very disorderly conduct in the cells On Ohnstma eve and ChristinasWght. there was apparently a great deal of excitement among the pnsoneis, a number of whom' kept shouting in their cell , and otherwi e disturbing the ordei of the establishment The superintendent, howevei, removed some of the woi t to isolated po ltions, and threatened the o hers with like treatment, accompanied by bread and water diet until further ordei , tmles they de isted This had the effect of producing ordoi for a time , but, at twelve o'clock, on Wedne day night, the alarm bell rang out fiom the central prison, which was in a shoit space of time unounded by armed warders from all parts of the place An ex traordinary Sin was goin...

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BEN LOMOND, TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 28 January 1867

'BEN LOMOND, TASMANIA. One of the, objects occasionally visible on tlie road from the South Esk to. St. Peter's pass is Ben Loinond— a . remarkable .bluff, . presenting a lofty expanse of casteUated.-lookLag, crag, which is quite Alpine in- its , grandeur .whenseen from a distance. The Tasmania'n^Ben Lomond is the lordly chief of a great .mountain group, .situated in the county of . Cornwall, ^^ about ;midway between the North and Sbuth'Es'lc. 'lit.is'said tb'he'yolcanic, and to have a lake on the 'top 'in 'an 'extinct' crater. It is well re presented 'iri^thetview, 'Wliich was taken near the residence of w a' squatter on the South Esk. The scenery of this' part of Tasmaniais unusually grand, and weU worthy the; attention of the landscape artist. ' .' ???.'»??' ;': ''..'.' ';, : ' '?-.?.?'? '. ;' ? ?'????? - ',': ?'','-' .' -.. ''?' ''♦'. — 'VAn Invasion- op BeetiiF.s.— On Friday evening last; a singular'' phenomenon was observed in that portion. of the bush: which lieB about half a...

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FOUNDERING OF THE BRIG PET.—ALL HANDS SAVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 28 January 1867

FOUNDERING OF THE BRI& PET.— ALL [ HANDS SAVED. ,,- ; .,-.., .,',;-, Captain Darby, of tho steamer Charles Edward, reports that during a heavy gale of wind on Thurs- , day, the 3rd inst., when ab'out seven. miles .off Wil-. son's Promontory, he observed \ the .brig Pet, ; the barque Susser, and a galliot. ,' At, a quarter-paBt' twelve noon, the Pot was: seen to 'go down head; foremost, the stern being blown oiit as shie foundered.' Captain Darby altered his 'course for the spot imme diately, and ? found 'tho'.STassex 'bbat (whioh' vessel' had been' standing;ib'y ihe.l ill-fated Pet in conse qiionco of :b.er being leaky). with part of the crew of. the Pet on board. ' Captain^ Darby brought on the, captain ani offlcers to Melbourne, the rest of the, crew remaining on -board the' Sussex. All hands -. were saved. The Pet was on her, voyage if rainNew castle to this port.— rTho following further.-'partioulara. of the loss of this ..vessel, aro condensed -;from tho. ship's log. Le...

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CHAMPION RACES NEW YEARS DAY.—See PAGE 11. THE MELBOURNE CHAMPION RACES. 1ST January 1867. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 28 January 1867

-I . CH.A^MPION £ A C. »£ ,' NEF TEAR'S DA Y.-See page 11. '?? -' - .'??.?? '-?' 1st JjuiuxisY; !1867.;i- ; ' ? '?'''' '; Committee r C. ^ Fisher,; ED. f Poorer ',-. J. G-. ?Dougharty, ^'-fc Watson, J. Blackwobd, 'W. Pearson, E. Goldubrougli,' C. S. Boas, P. O.. Stdndisb, T. /Henty, W. I. Faris, P. J. 'Keighran..; Secretary': B. Oi ????Bogqi. ; 'Stewards ::H;.' -Power, P. J. Koighran, 'W. Pearson, G-. Watson, B. G-oldsbrough. New South Wales : John Tait._; Judge : R. Power. Starter: G- ;Watspn. . Clerk: of , the Course : Riohd. Tattersall.' Weigher: Isaac Hind. ' The last of the'VietorianChampionRacemeetingB, properly s'o-calledr'was held on Tuesday,* in pre sence of probably the Ingest concotirse of spec tators ever assembled on the Melbourne ' convin cing ground.' The results wore in some respects satisfactory, and in others the reverse. This obser vation is made entirely apart front all considera tions of local rivalries or jealousies' a's between the ?three, colonies, which were...

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THE MISSING MAN O'MEARA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 28 January 1867

THEaaiSSINXSr^HAN- 01MEARA. ~ Some furUierpflirticuJararclativd to the finding of thebody of thjmu^&f e^man 0 'Meara, are suppliedby the VVestBppicfe SuS^anV^ur contemporary says : — Kit appears! .that'O'Sleara Was building a hut on a selection he ITaol $a'do in the Bullarook Forest. On bhe i lSthNpfein^er fiejoft'the hut in. chai-ge of a carpenter, whoTyiis a^ . $6rk completing it. He pro B&edeo! ' Mik^i&o 'gpoa 'hpraes and a dray to tho ilopr&^ISii five i or' sut' ^^ miles distant,, to procure a load pi ^otatbesT while there, and in the act of loadingv-itur|p£y -met him and offered to assist, and said' 'iliai lie' would accompany him home. Both men prSceodeS on the rpid* together, but Murphy bnl^ titurned tp-th'bhut with-tho load. On being accostM by the oarpohter as to what had become of . ' O'Meafa, ; he i-eplied that he had sent him (MuSphy) homo with the pbtatoos, and that ho had gone to Lake Ldarmontli to see some friends. The movements of ?'. ...

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THE INTERCOLONIAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 28 January 1867

' THE ^TERQQLONIMi cEXEffiBrTION. In the preface of tho ' Guicteto the Intercolonial Exhibition,' some very interesting, comparisons sire, drawn botween tho present and pitevibua- Exhibitions. At the first colonial Exhibition, held in Melbourne in 185-1, thore were 428 exhibitors, principally of imported goods. At the Exhibition of 1861, there ?were 703 exhibitors ; the receipts for admission for . the ten weeks during which it was open, amounted to £3400, the gross number of persons admitted being 67,405. We are: informed that, at the present Exhibition, the gross? oash receipts for admission, including season tickets, from tho,24th October to the 8th December, a period of forty days and evenings, amounted to £6268 17s 3d, and tho number of registered admissions was 122,849 ; the highest number on any one day and evoaing being 9586, and the lowest 1263. A com yarisoi. has: also been instituted of the' number of exhibitors' at the Exhibition of 1862 and tho present : one, which wo f...

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SOAP AND CANDLE MAKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 28 January 1867

SOAP AND CANDLE MAKING. This is a branch of native industry that .dates back more than a dozen years. At that sordeWhat distant period Melbourne possessed an extensive soap and candle making establishment on the' banks of the Yarra,near tho Custom House, some relics of which may be still seen, and where, for aught that we know to the contrary, soap and candles may be still made, notwithstanding the looality i8 now closely surrounded by a pile of buildings in which the nier chant plies his busy vocation. The productions of this manufactory were for a long period confined to very common soap and the commonest tallow candles, but the firm enjoyed a monopoly - of the tirade until a period subsequent to the discovery of goldi VdiicSn other establishments sprung up, some of which con tinue in operation to the present day. Referring more particularly to the firms' whose contributions have a plaoe in the Intercolonial Exhibition, therj is very little to distinguish the superiority o£ ex; ce...

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THE FIRST ELEVEN OF MELBOURNE V. ELEVEN ABORIGINALS, WITH WILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 28 January 1867

THE FIRST ELEVEN OF : MELBOURNE Y ELEVEN ABORIGINALS, WITH WILLS. This match was concluded on Thursday, 27th uH., and the result has clearly demonstrated that had the blades been pitted against an eleVyeii of the Melbourne Club only they would havo _played a' very close game, if indeed they had not won. When play was resumed this morning, John Orr commenced bowling to Bullooky, who took Jellico's (out on the previous evening) placo. In his fourth over the aboriginal was caught by Kelly at point; ? The board then showed two wickets for 12 irons, of which Bullocky had scored eight. The crack bat of the team, Mullah, came next, and he set to work steadily. His companion, Billy Officer,; wna soon, disposed of for three, and then Cuzens came in. Ho and Mullah soon got on goad terms with the: bowling, and brought 20 up by the llth over. Runs' being now got very fast, the 15th over brought oh War dill, who bowled a maiden to Cuzens; ' The slow bowler, Hondfield, got Cuzens in the next over...

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THE MONTH [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 28 January 1867

'?sSste -kdm^ U)'*Hhe B.BtS. BttjnbayJ w&h the ^ngUsh mails for Noyember.'kriivea ittti[otwon'sB|yatJan early hour onthonaornii%ofthelltldii8t.,'l)e ng todays before 'the contract £une.v A Amongst' the' passengers by the' JBomliay, was the bon.' G-JFj Verdpi £.»», yho has returned toii^pVifc at ^e Treas utft &fter success fully aceompftihijv^be' object^'* biflij missipn to ?SngLrad.' The^-niatioS'vn«-ji-^t(vo warships? and 'the honor bo ^i-Acofully, conferred ?uponf our xep^re neritiitive, haven 0*7ei1 fiproat-satii faction! beingre 'jjardod as rtyiaprtj118 oi a fe'sire 01 1 tho'part of £iord ' X-£xby'i- - Go\ eranj*31* io ^'*T0^ t6,e Yexasperating £ohcynrJMrC.-MFe11', ' ' '''ft',' - *,lTlnj'*JEiangitpto,\ ^i^1 *k° £«ujalna sanils, arrived, tfa'.Ao 3rd W--i-,h^^^W^wl,iteo-B oi tho $n*gKsh/ news&rougnirbyTtler hadJb&^ttnfreipated fb/folegram.-V '^ „-,' t^ ) ; ! TPa*ttainent(|netl'en-* the 17th; inst,^ The Op position ' wer^pjlojnorous ' ^or an * eafcli...

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THE ABORIGINAL CRICKETERS. ELEVEN BLACK AND WHITE NATIVES V. THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 28 January 1867

Tlffi ABdliSGINAL '(JEICKETEES:' 'eleven bla ok and white natives v. : THE WORLD. '? This match wjis concluded on 28thult., on the Mel bourne ground.' ; Bullooky (not out fronvthe pre- vious evening) nnd Wallace, went to the wickets to the; bowling of Reid and JameB. The former added 4 more to his score of the previous evening, and was tie* bawl ed by Reid. Wallace made one fine hit for foar^.irad. was then bowled by James. Wills and Qjr-iian wk« the only others who made any Btnnd.V ^Tie innings closed for 05. The feature of the whims' innings was the splendid batting of |^owloiVJi-and the equally as good bewling £oY Johnny Cuzens. Looking at the analysis of the tfrbwlWit will be se--n that he took six wickets for ^86 runb.r At least half of these were obtained through, the reniissness of the field. Fowler gave one ck'auoo when he had scored 3, -which was not taken. Mtogethor, however, his innings was the finest .lir has played since the intercolonial match of 1865.' Kelly batted fr...

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