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PASTORAL LEASES. (FROM THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, DEC. 10.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

PASTORAL LEASES. (rftON TBS STBSST KOBSDia BSBAU>, BSC. 10.) I In big speech at the nomination for Pa trick's Plains, Mr. WIlBon produced a statis tical document relating to the mode in which the re-valuation of runs has been carried ont In this colony. This return is of the neatest j iutenst at the present juncture, when the : country Is looking forward'to the te-T»taa- j tlon of the expiring fourteen years' leases as i a means of retrieving our financial etnbar- { rsEsments. We have endeavoured to keep our readers posted up as to the mode and results of pas toral valuations by Government in the two neighbouring Colonies; and we have pointed to the very remarkable discrepancy In those results as manifested in the two colonies respectively. We have now, for tha first Ume, some information as to the results of ] valuation in this colony. The process of vsluing bes been going on for some time, both uudcr the late and under the present Ad ministration; but, beyond private ..rumours ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OPEN COLUMN. THE YARRA FALLS. TO TEE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

OPEN COLUMN. THE YARRA FALLS. TO TEE EDITOR OF TEE AU8TE1LABUS. Sir,—Some twelre months ago Melbourne and its suburbs were Tisited by a flood of such a ruinous nalure, that the QoTerument, with the view of preventing similar occur rences, appointed a commission to report on the most advantageous manner for prevent ing such calamities for the future, who, after a very long time, recommended a scheme so laige that there is no probability of its bciug carried out. Since then a succession of floods, (hough not of quite so serious a nature, but bad enough for tbe occupants of ground in tbe neighbourhood of tbe Tarra, have occurred. It was always anticipated that on the opening of Parliament somc (Ling wcnld be done to give some hope of a remedy at a futnie day; bntfrom the answer given by Mr. Grant to Mr. Thomson's ques tion on the subject a few days ago, it seems the probability of anything being done this summer is as remote as ever. The whole affair seems to be referred back to the co...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE TRANSPORTATION QUESTION. (FROM THE EDIEBUROGH SOOTSMAN, OCT. 22.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

THE TRANSPORTATION QUES TION. I (rtOK THK EDtBBUKQB SOOTSILAB, OCT. 22.) , Ominous word* mud only deeds mm re ported by the last Anstrailsn mmil—words abbot 1 Independence " mud deeds of "passive resistance." The Australian ooloaies (with the important exoeptfon of the only one directly concerned) bate now become so op posed to tbe ooetlDumn te of transportation |o any part of the Australian continent that they harevlrtaally annonooed that there la no leogth in resistance to which they "1U not go if neceesary, and hare gone • very fonslaeiable length already — the Govern meat of Victoria, for instance, hiring inti mated to tbe Imperial Government that the .OQifaqr-wlU -withdraw its than of the mail .ptbkftonfasidy unless the steamers cease to call at shy of the porta of the colony which continue to reudre oooricte. Tlie question ibbitaised lnrohut several important prin ciples :,hnt am, practically, it can hare only 'one result, it Ja better left with as little discussion as possibl...

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

A weU-filled hall at the waL A a Saturday, worthily concluded Af hflw. AM J jUTfliM ^ - - _ ' " —_ tainmenta of Mr. and Jtri. QeorgeOu. TbePo"~'— - - - day, on 'tha ^peffig^aierteiofflxa^M eerie of popular laetrhmfrhtai intuit by the dlaUibattoaof-Mr. <Jhipdlb-y7: techulc Chrietmee gifts, forty In nnnW ^ distribution of which afforded coattat£ amuBcment to the audienoe. Tht fiat pjj a allver-plated tea eervicis ir« won byavA known member of (he bar and aa - Mtahter. . Jlnmour apcaki well of .the mirth lastm for thoaa happy child ran or all gnutluaiA n at ore or pbUoeopby enough to be u*n with lime honoured Pantomime. TheTh^ Royal management, taking time by tha lock, will open on Ohristmia era wtthafeu. hsque and Cbriatmai patitomlme nnii^ ^' attractive and elaborate title of" the !«. cbanted Island, or Harlequin the Kysttriou Prlnoe and the Magician Father ; Dt Hot to Baiae the Wind on the McetAmmi Principle!." All Mm rteouiott of thefhMta bate been brought to beat in pnp...

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

1% KtiH* •qwct «r «*,*«<»» |*r;/«BO^.'':Or the mtwto, thew U not tl wtcep^ttel^e^ted-qtiMteM' •lid performed the ovetlwe to ^teIS''J 1>11" in * Kjle of DDtttoel etaUeei, reminder of MIm Etnm»Boir»on, Ubg OWle^^j Mndetne 8ttttt»fort, end Mt. BHek to^l mvomUsUi endllr. Helne(vloUu) Heine (pUno) M inttramenl.ii^.T^'l cel»Un8t»*rPop,»hwetoony^H^t.*tl -wounded to »«mildet«ble dliUn« 2*1 were heard except by the crowd eumUBditrg the bend ^ pertDoh.^^ j indtoedlndvantoges noderwbloh^>rj fortnittok of thh Itiafr Uboat in render w>y farther rem vk nniieo«nt| J

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. CRIMINAL STATISTICS. (FROM THE ARGUE, DEC. 21) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. CRIMINAL STATISTICS. (noli *Ht AMDS, DEC. 2l j The criminal etatisticsof Victoriafor the yew 1863, which here just been issued by the Police .department, afford, upon the whole, a favourable and en Oonraging view of the condition of crime In the colony. It is true that the amount j of crime committed amongst us is still hugely in excess, proportionately, of that -committed in England; but it most be borne in mind that, as regards the criminal classes, the circumstances of the two countries; are materially different In England, there is but little doubt, crime has at length attained its normal state. There I are still, occasionally, fluctuations in the amount of criminality, bnt these fluctuations can always be folly ac-1 counted for by special and temporary causes.' The figures of the English j criminal:TetumB exhibit year by year a small but steady increase—an increase which is juBt sufficient to keep pace j with the constantly augmenting numbers of the populat...

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

MISCELLANY. Tin DmsBSMXr—We inaiw m fa ; jaJyuilA jMMmifa iMaf IfceMW . Whit it the diffseoocbetween acitieaptei ; Ima hide and twg-ktnii|t—Pack as i—Mil wttk ttet toUll—UwothertenkiJJ with intent to sit Higbuss larluM «o« all the nte a ' uatmo. Fmna JuIimw. in Foite, tttttinw man ribands on open an ivory ok!*. . v A Sikbibli lHw»iww.-Bn, P»ti»| tou mtks Shilupten teg, "6welt are the «"t*J As Ii{c)mimt Good Pfk.—A toon laving nlhn into tin river £xn, roioattttt' BirT A., nM, "Ton mumnpewt «u caty ndM ••Y«,-«WtboUj«^"»^«teI5li«nte,Tv - On of aiw9 of fitM^ nbni|ii«i emnidte anU «te*#dti<%teH.;T*?***^ «lwi}» ante on «w*y vdxn ll borfj whloUe it r ««2 iemU. 1 A Qcar Hist.-—I not ini crowded enr, In n lady, 4t Did yon igieiikT" DtutM 1*4y mjt 1 ^ Doaton peat "Exam ma. •Ttemkee."* A Blfvt Bot.—A Jgfo it naritf dlgmfcd jtnnnonoHr, Inning loirt tar wiy, odlIMP.g ■udiin lu U» tlmt, " Bo;. 1 mnt to go tews,* •tnot" "VolLiinnio,"M|M«ho|terl«olirteilM3 sn«'.by Wtjtm»o«2i^ttal>r~- ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NORTHERN EXPEDITION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AROUS. No. L. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

THE NOBTHEEN EXPEDITION. *© m mrroaor pa uwn ko. tv' • V*iap» ftwm tiMiMn wriwd MNt^aMbt ilSitkiMnif««lw'Wlk«t^ t<U»1keeMl',«AtaKa :ttM»d|ita«W<il «li«L tun. <m tke S2od of lbjr.«yA)*d SunWwood Wnd «a tt» ***, talking nbntttn^tonthoofctattoBitont 1nm ikm» hp *•»>. ^iadTfa>or;tmDtiimcm,*ithikort teo fmHc4pU-hp»L' JfarAMM rt&ta,' Mddi Mng-n» iso(t vqtkm •«-««»* . ~tattgV~tndLagi Aom 6h»kip««xe, l^thrgirrt^oraniitiei ***6' the' r;Mi pud on, 4Md« „ . .. jM,' d£iiiidfct^ta:««i «&fc asd4riIM,0B« iknpitar.tt vu the imtwt ton In te tan Ito cowmmdMit holding on to » rope, s»d tiring hk ordea. "Stand nt mee," down would come the musket on the uexf, or . petbapi the nar'man's toe,asmlght he, end j Ton youtadf, perhaps, sent flying to leeward) end, perhaps, the whole squad would "go and do likewise." Then, ltmust be remem bered, we were dressed fn oar uniform. The N. T. uniform—vU,a red shirt, cost thereat! •boat 8e., With baff wwUt belt en...

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

BA.IL Sir,—'The test letter I wrote wis bat a short one, jurttoswtitetoh»dvl>teaasmall fight wl&iiteniMyes at the riser «etnp, in which onenlgger reeiflved hie quletui,audMr. Pearson i was badiy wounded; After the tewe reached ' the camp, Mr. Flnnlsaimmedlately returned to j the up-river depit,for the purpose of bringing the remainder of the party end stores down, end TntHny In^gMetidittn to the affray with the natives. I cannot ex pre* what an Inestimable relief it *u to ni at thli camp to get rid ofhiiHoooor.for even ao ehort a period. Hli ahftnee wa» of rather more than < a week's dnrattefifVand immediately after hie j return he Issnad-a general order relative to thiej fHSfflg1 ' ^ Kno? what furthering the designs am afraid I shah have last (two rnonthe ago) hanng exception of having tiiJpa 'has not sen . 800 yard! from the . ._i-gstog to meet the poor deluded mdlvWuete Who nave purchased Land In thi! territory, whep they arrive expecting i to find the land!...

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

THE GAME OK CSK3KST. The following Initiating article it taken from * leant nnmber of the Jbmty Telt grapht— A manly taoe contilTfi to hare sport for every month In the year, and U abla to amnae Itaeir, no matter «rbat may be the slate of the barometer. "A aoatberiy irlnd and a cloudy dry* art dear to all who don tbe plgtUn. The angler hataa a day which la souring bat a rooeotonoaa Mate and glare •fnnllgbt; loves to bear the meny patter of tain amDDgat the leaves; and, so that the spate he not too angry and the vaten not too dub, xalntea the rainaa the promised a well-fUM end. When the best promts hnnttng, the ImfmilUe firltonlakea down hla skates; whan tbe tmf la hnrnt and bam be marches over tbe' crackling stubble, latent upon the elengbter of brown birds which, with bread asnoa, are not 'bed; when he rhis token off the edge of September, end grows tired of partridges, October, sacred to pheasants, Invites him. On a bad winter's night be can crouch in a around bltfotSy!wd^toMstotb...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENGLISH MISCELLANY. A VERY PRETTY QUARREL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

ENGLISH MISCELLANY. A VERY FUETTF QUARUEIj. T/ird Kinnaird l.nvlng prevented a pro posed match on Me grounds between the Inchmaitinc and Rossie Cricket Clubs, his cliief reason for doing so being that the too free use of spirituous liquors at each matches was calculated to lead to habits of intern prance, the members of the Inchinartine Curling and Cricket Clubs considered the terms of his lordship's letter intimating that the match could not take place on the Rossie Priory to be insulting to them, and the office-bearers of these clubs wrote to his lordship drmanding an explanation. His lordship replied very curtly indeed; and on the receipt of his letter a meeting of the Inchmartine Curling and Cricket Clnbs was called. The meeting was very largely at tended. Apologies for unavoidable absence were read from Sir John Douglas, K C.B, Assistant Adjutant-General; Captain Allen Allen, the Rev. Mr. Hanev, of Inchtnre; and from other gentlemen. The chair was occu pied by Douglas Vanghan A...

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

MISCELLANY. Tbe annual oonteet between the Gentlemen and Playera of Victoria will l>e commenced on the Melbourne Cricket-ground to-day (Saturday), and be continued, and we hope concluded, on Boxing-day, That far In tbe aeaaon we bave had, elngnlerly little good cricket, and it ia to bo hoped that thia match, - by ita excellence, will make np for our many dlaappoIntmenU. Hitherto, them matches hare here, as well as in England, gone against the Gentlemen; but with the unusually good team they ana now aMe to bring into the field, our amateurs oogbtatleasttomake" a doee thlog" of it An exocllept band is en gaged for both days of tbe match, and a tent will be erocted for tbe convenience, of ladles, admission to which will bejby.tldtet. Thi match is to eommenoe esoh day at 11 O'clock. Tbe teams will be chosen from the follow ing: mmuu Cameron Coo way Fowler Gibson Kelly O'Brien Tittm Bw> Waidlll WUJi mrou. Boom Bryant Oaffyn Chantler Coaatlck Elliott Greares Hewitt Hopktnson Hnddies...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOUTHLAND. GREAT FIRE IN INVERCAROILL. DESTRUCTION OF £7,000 OF PROPERTY. (FROM THE SOUTHLAND TIMES) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

SOUTHLAND. GREAT FIRE IN INVERCAROILL. DESTRUCTION OF £7,000 OF PROPERTY. (reox toe nmun men) It is with deep regret that we have to cbronlole another extensive fire In Invercer gilt. At about balf-past four on Friday, the Oth instant, the inhabitants of the town Were alarmed by the ringing of the large hell belonging to Mr. Blnney, the auctioneer. The flu The names were first observed Issuing from the premises in tbe occupation of Mr. L. Myers, tobscoonlst, In tbe upper story of which were tbe offices of the Liverpool and London Fire and Life Insurance Com pany. Almost Immediately afterwards Mt. Boebnck's Empire Hotel was alio observed to be on fire, and although the morning was very calm, it trea apparent that nothing could prevent the destrno- j tion of every building between It and the south end or Hie block. The lately-formed fire brigade wet quickly on the spot, and a detachment of police under. Mr. Commis sioner Weldon. final feare were entertained ! that all the Inmates of t...

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

TRANSPORTATION. A public meeting tu held on Saturday evening, at the Mechanics' Institute, Williams town, called for the purpose of protesting against the continuance of transportation to the Australian colonies. Mr. T. Mason, the mayor of the borough, occupied the chair. The first resolution, moved by Captain MCallutn, and seconded by Captain Dal garno, was as follows:—"That this meeting, believing that the introduction of convicts among a fine population his a demoralizing tendency upon the rising generation, and a most injurious effect upon the moral and social condition of a community, protests in the strongest manner against the continuance of transportation of criminals from Great Britain to any part of the Australian con tinent." Other resolutions were adopted, ex pressing approval of the steps taken by the Anti-transportation League, and appointing a committee to prepare petitions for trans mission to Her Majesty and the Imperial Parliament Messrs. W. White, H. R. Raid, I Cl...

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

NEW ZEALAND. OTAGO. By the Gothenburg we here date* from Otago f o the 12th inst. The Otaga Daily Timet of that date sayB:— "The inquiry instituted by the commissioner of police relative to the late mysterious abstraction of 147 ounces of gold from the custody of the police at the Dnnstan has disclosed a want of proper care on the fpart of the officer in charge with respect to the safe custody of the gold on its way down to town by escort. Suspicion ap pears to rest on a man who has for some time been acting as coot, &c„ about the camp." It ' is expected that the geld will be recovered. A coirespondent of the same paper is in formed that some very fine specimens of iron stone have been found cm the Uatanaka property. It ie reported to exist in large quantities, and, having been analysed, it is found to contain fifty per cent, of metal. A sample will be forwarded to the New Zealand Exhibition. Vi negro wing has been com menced energetically in the Dnnstan dis trict Some thous...

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

WELLINGTON. The Wellington Independent contain* the fol lowing:—"We aro Informed that a very suspl clone drcumetanoe tu noted by Capuin SbnUleworth and tbepassengers of the eteamer Ahurirl, on her trip from Taranahi and Wan- - gsnul, on Thursday evening last. When a few miles to the southward of Caps Egmont, a schooner was observed standing a short dis tance off the shore, and a ship's boat, with • agnate atom, was seen polling dloaa fn'to the shore, da the steamer approached near where the boat was, a canoe a Observed mattegtowmrda the boat Itwaaat onoe surmised that something not quits regular .was going on. At the request of D. C.G. Strickland, who was a pa Manger Captain Bhuttleworth kindly put the steamer off her course, with a view to get between fhethoraand the boat. As soon as thl wm dons, themenlnthe boal and oanoe pulled wi&eUtbdrslmfthtotd Inshore. After keqmiWthei&aMforaihort time, It eras found Impoaalbfetotnferee# the boet before •bs obuVl reach thebeac...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MATCHES TO COME. [Corrections of or additions to the subjoined list are respectfully invited.] [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

MATCHES TO COME. [Corrections of or additions to the subjoined list are respectfully invited.] Gentlemen v. Players, on M.C.C. ground. Bichmond (second eleven) v. Essendon, at Richmond. South Melbourne v. North Melbourne, at North Melbourne. Bo. (second elevens), at Sonth Park. East Melbourne (second eleven) v. Civil Service, at East Melbourne. St. Kilda v. Malvern-hill, at St. Kilda. Collingwood Commercial v. Fawkoer Park, at Fawkner Park. Mosdat tbe 26tr. Gentlemen v. Players, on M.C.C. ground. Bichmond v. Royal Park, at Richmond. CoUingwood Commercial v. Prince of Wales, at Collingwood. East Melbourne (second eleven) v. Civil Service, at East Melbourne. Opening of the Warehousemen's ground, sides to be chosen by the President and Vice-President Satubsat the 31st. Victorian Eleven v. next Eighteen, on M.C.C. ground. Bichmond (second eleven) v. Fawkner Park, at Bichmond. East Melbourne (second eleven) v. Hawthorn, at East Melbourne. Civil Service Departmental, at Civil Service grou...

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

CRICKET. REPLIES TO CORRESPONDENTS. " O.'P. Q."—The refusal of the captain of the Booth Melbourne team, to allow a sub Gtitnte to run for Mr. Vernie Cameron last Saturday, wag strict cricket, the injury nut having been received in the innings. The objection was, however, withdrawn later in the afternoon. We do not feel called upon to give an opinion as to the "want of courtesy " involved in the refusal further than this, that we think it would be advisable in ail cases never to ask a favour, bnt always to play the strict game. "Iktebcolosial."—Wo believe an attempt will be made wben the M.C.C. visit Sydney in February, to arrange for an Intercolonial Match to be played in Melbourne some time in March next. Should the negotia tions prove successful, a very good match will doubtless be the result. "Bat.''—The annual fee for membership in tbe M.C.C. is two guineas, in addition to which there is an entrance-fee of two guineas, which makes the first year's sub scription rather heavy. " E...

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

BOWLING. The grand retain natch at bowl*, preel dtnt igalnet viocpmldeiit, oame off «n Satur day. The weather being beantifnl, the at tendance wee greatly beyond thatof any pre rioas occetkm. Thenatahwu flatted at half-put flu pn».( the _grorid*nt Mag the rioter by four aowj^wgrai eraa at the dote etood,. j7uMant,_K> potetet vtae-fnetdeet, 71 SSSSMC MfiltMWINit tbkll beTtotcdi ualcbee I* at two pent*,

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHEWTON v. UNIFED CAMPBELL'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

CHEWTON v. UKTFED CAMPBELL'S CREEK. This match was played at Campbell's Creek on the 17th inet., and was decided in favour of the Creekitas by the narrow majority of fire rnna on the first innings, time not allowing of :be second being played. We append the score of the winning inning), remarking In passing, that the victorious team finished their second innings for OS DDI:— United Cawpbsll's Cater. FIRST IKVTKOS. A. Stark, h If Fnlste&d 2P J. London, c J. Brioe, l> R Brioe ' P J. Bithell. l> R Felstead 0 ■I. Stark, b R. Brioe 1] T. Turk, b R Brice 0 S. JeannieU, r and b R. Folatead,. 10 W. Lewis, b R Felsteari 11 T. Bitbell, b R Brice 0 E. Murphy, not oat 3 H. Cubden, c W. Soott, b 5. Crawrbsw.. 3 C. Leaner, nu out 3 Byes, 18 *, leg byce, 3 ; wider,^ , 28 Tidal 10? CnrwTOs. tirst DiKtROs. T. Williamson, c Tack, b T, Bitbell .. 3 R. Felstend. b T. Bitbell IS J. Brice, c Lewie. 1, J. London .. 6 E. licice, b T. BitlieU !» R Anderson, b T. Bitbell l.r, H. Roeereon, b S. ...

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