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No title [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 22 May 1869

There ia a certain superfine clans, narrow in capacity of head and heart, who are prone to deny the possibility of civilising the Abo rigines — the 'inferior raoes' as they are termed, and whose prejudices unfortunately prevail against many a national and' generous attempt that might otherwise be made for aboriginal improvement. Occasionally, how ever, there turns up some example of intelli gence, and even culture, on the part of aboriginals, whioh ought to prove what might be expeoted as the result of better directed efforts. We have just seen a latter written by a young native, Adolf D. Cameron, from the Mission Station, Lake Tyers, Gipps Land, to a gentleman in Melbourne, whioh would be creditable to many of the maligners of his despised race. The letter ia upon a business topio; is pervaded by common sense, free from any grammatical error — in fact, such a letter as one does not commonly expeot from his European correspondent. His Excellency Sir James Feequsson, ac companied by ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 22 May 1869

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS.     BIRTHS. ANDREWS. — On the 28th April, at Emerald-hill, the wife of Mr W. J. Andrews, of a son. BURKE. — On the 1st May, at Malop street, Geelong, the wife of J. Burke, of a son. BAKER. — On the 2nd May, at Armstrong street, Ballarat, the wife of Mr R. Baker, of a son. BANNISTER. — On 2nd May, at Gheringhap-street, Geelong, widow of the late Mr G. C. Bannister, of a daughter. BARCLEY. — On the 19th April, at Devon Farm Cardigan, Mrs James Barclay, of a daughter. BADE. — On the 8th May, at her residence, Sturt- street, Ballarat, the wife of M. Bade of a daughter, still-born. BEVERIDGE. — On the 2nd May, at Inkerman-street, St. Arnaud, Mrs W. S. Beveridge, of a son. BURTON. — On the 18th May, at Carlton, the wife of Octavius S. Burton, of a son. CROYLE. — On the 22nd April, at Ballarat, Mrs Jas. Croyle, of a son. Both doing well. CLEARY. — On the 1st May, at the Court House Hotel, Kyneton, the wife of Mr James Cleary, of a daught...

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THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 22 May 1869

THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. The annual mepting pf 'fhe Melfepurne Chamber of Opmmerop jti}p}f njnijg pn^lBtn ujt., afternoon ; the President , % J. Jjprimer, oc cupying the phajr. Mr B. Cowderoy, the secretary, read tho annual reporj; nnd ba|angg sjieg^. The report was a restiino of the procopejinga of \iixo cham ber and its cpmniittoo during the past year, and it entered at somo length into the prin cipal subjects which l)na boon dealt with. The particulars of flip np(,ip|i of tho chamber were published prpyjpnoly nq they ocourred. The mattprs to )vhjph siiecial attontion were drawn no $0 t}ip pnst np(,ipn of the chamber wero : — Mnrino Bnryoyprp, intercolonial postage rate and pyorland ?nail nrraiiBpmonts, tho fort nightly rniiil spryioo, BtooliB in bond, land re quired for docks und ahjp cnnal, public holi days, wropJfH, nnd pnetawnyo on Auckland and othpr ielanda, roerciin^lo arbitrations, rook in PSPko'g StrjiHs, baultB anil inprcautjlp agencies, iRPrenfiflR wnarfagp nopprqrapda,t...

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BURNING OF THE BLUE JACKET. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 June 1869

BURNING OF THE BLUE JACKET. Among the disastrous events of the month we have to record the destruction of the clipper ?hip Blue Jaoket by fire, caused by the spon taneous combustion of her cargo of wool. She wai well known here as one of the packets belonging to the White Star Line, as also her commander, Captain Jas. White. Formerly she had made several voyages to this port, but latterly she was engaged in the New Zealand trade. She left Fort .Lyttelton on the 11th February, and wag burnt off the Falk land Islands ; there were thirty-six passengers on board, all of whom were saved in the cutter ; but two life-boats containing thirty of the crew, are missing, and it is feared that the poor fellows must be given up for lost. This is Captain White's account of the loss of his fine vessel : — ' At half -post one p.m., lat. 60 deg. 26 min. S., long. 46 deg. 58 min. 'W., wind W.N.W., 9th March, 1869, smoke was observed issuing from the forehatoh. Had forehatoh opened, and started both fi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 June 1869

KRUSE'S FLUID MAGNESIA. FIRST-CLASS OHHTIKIOATI'. I.XllllilT/ON, 1862; PRIZE MISDAI. l;XimilTHIN,18G6 7. KBOSE'S FLUID MAGNESIA. Obtained tbo only Frizo Modal awarded by the Jurors . of the Exhibition of 1866 and 1867. Mr Q. Oosmo Nowbury's analysis shewed that Krueo'a Fluid Magnesia was rictior in saline material, and nearly' double the strength of any other Fluid Magnesia exhibited. Kruso'R Flud Magnosia s particularly recommended in all cases of derangement of the dlgoetivo organs. It Is a correotivo of acidity; and during the heat of Hummer its gentle aperient qualities ? render it 'a Domestic Medicine of great valuo Io the treatment of the disorders of children its use will be found most soothing and bonoflclal. It forms a most doliclonn Summer Draught taken with KBUSE'S SYRUP OF BASPBERItY AND JLEMON, first adding two parts of water to ono of MagnoBia. For full particulars see handbills accompanying each bottle. TESTIMONIALS. Boar Sir,— Having made a careful comparative analys...

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SALT LAGOON, SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 June 1869

SALT LAGOON, SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Amongst the singular features of South Australian geography are the salt lagoons, forming unfortunately vast areas of the most useless character: and whether they can ever be turned to any practicable account is a ques tion that must be handed down to posterity to answer. It is a oharaoteristio of salt lagoons to be oiroular or to run in h»jge rings. They are mostly dry in the hot months, con taining a thiok crust of brilliant white salt, underneath whioh exists a deep and dangerous bed of blackest mud. At other times, when filled with water, it is most singular to observe the wind drive the fine flakes of salt on the shores and heap it up. The water is ex ceedingly heavy, and it requires a breeze to move it into waves, owing to its specific gravity. Very rarely are birdB to be found near the lagoons; in faot life, in its several forms of insect, bird, beast, and fish, seems to avoid the inhospitable region. As for back as the year 1820, vessels from Sy...

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PRESERVED MEATS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 June 1869

PRESERVED MEATS. A considerable number of mercantile men, captains of vessels now in the Bay, and other gentlemen, attended 31st ' ult. at the Criterion Hotel to inspect and test some mutton whioh was preserved aooording to the tinning prooess last year by Mr P. Hayes, at his works on the Saltwater river. The meat was shipped per the steamer Somersetshire, for London, on the 5th August last, and re-shipped to the colony for the purpose of being tested, in the ship Philosopher, whioh arrived here in April. There was simply one opinion expressed on the quality of the mutton, namely, that it was in perfeot preservation, and extremely palatable. When meat suoh as that opened on Monday can be piaoed on the London market and purohased without bone at 6d per pound, there need be no anxiety respecting its sale, for it cannot fail to find purchasers with the general publio as well as with the shipping interest. Twenty or thirty gentlemen assembled on 1st inst., at the storoB of Messrs Dalget...

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THE MOUTH OF THE SNOWY RIVER GIPPS LAND. SEE PAGE 131. THE SNOWY RIVER, GIPPS LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 June 1869

TEDS SNOwir B1VEE, GIPPS LAND., . This is a panorarnio view of tke entrance to the longest, if not the largest, river in Gri^ps Land. The Snowy Biver takes its name from tne faot of , its rising in the 8nowrorpwned heights of the Australian Alps, and from the ooldnesB of its waters, oansed by the melting of snow in the high ranges, jft.haa it's northern most origin near a mountain called. , Table topi , ,bii tie. northern end of /the great raiige which culminates at t Mount Kosoiusko, and, after gathering a largo portion of its waters |n New Sbath ^Wales', enters Victoria between Forest HU1 and tte Delegate RangeB.^ It | then receivoa numerous tributaries in its course through Gipps. Iiand, , and falls into Baaa's Straits in longitude 148 'dog; 83 min. E._ The onirent is often ,yerytrapia,near the.. entranqe, especially in winter., and during the melting of the mountain showgiin summer, so^, muoh so as to frequently render .it very dai)gerous, i jto cross in small boats. This riyer,...

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THE LATE HON. JOHN H. PLUNKETT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 June 1869

THE LATE HON. JOHN H. PLUNKETT. The hon. John Hubert Plunkett, Q.C., M.L.C., Sydney, died at six o'clock on the 9th May, at his tem porary residence, Bnrlington-terraoe, Albert-street, East Melbourne. Mr Plunkett's career in Australia was a Ions and eventful one, and he has passed through the ordeal of public life with genuine credit to himself and those with whom he was imme diately associated. By hiB kind and genial disposition he secured the esteem and reaped of all, even of those, who may have differed from him in many material points. Mr Plnnkett was the representative of an anoient Irish family — the Plnn kett's of Mount Plnnkett, in the county of Boscommon, Ireland. He wns born in that connty in the year 1801. At an early age he entered Trinity College, Dublin, where he graduated with honors. He waa afterwards called to the Irish bar, and he practiced his prof eggion with considerable snccess in his native country. In 1832 he was appointed Attorney-Oenoral for New South Wales...

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LAYING OF THE TASMANIAN END OF THE CABLE BETWEEN TASMANIA AND VICTORIA.—SEE PAGE 198. THE TASMANIAN CABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 June 1869

LAYING OF TH;j3 TASMANIAN END OF THE CABLE BETWEEN TASMANIA AND VICTORIA.^-BtoB paojs 131i THE TASMANIAN CABLK. The successful completion of the eleotrio cable, connecting Tasmania with Victoria, marks an event in the history of these colonies. The advantage will no doubt be great, but at present they are limited on account of tho rate of charges being so high as almest to amount to prohibition.. This will soon tell, and as profit is one of the. great objeots, a tariff will likely be substituted that will lead to-, an increased business, and a better revenue* Our last issue contained a representation;. of the laying of the Victorian end of the cable,; we have now the pleasure of representing the laying of the Tasmanian end.

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SLAVE TRADE IN THE SOUTH SEAS—SEIZURE OP THE SCHOONER DAPHNE.—SEE PAGE 180. SLAVE TRADE IN THE SOUTH SEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 June 1869

SLAVE TEADE IN THE SOUTH SEAS- SEIZURE OP THE S0HO0NEK DAPHNE.— bee page 180. SLAVE TEADE IN THE SOUTH SEAS. The following particulars respecting the seizure, by H.M.S. Rosario, of the Daphne sohopner, while engaged in conveying native islanders from the New Hebrides to Brisbane, were published in the Sydney JTerald, of the 22nd May: — 'While H.M.S. Rosario waa lying at Levuka, Fiji, the schooner Daphne, Captain Daggett, of Melbourne, ar rived from Tanna, having on board 100 native islanders belonging to the Banks Group On being boarded by the boat from H.M. ship it was ascertained that one-hnlf the comple ment of natives had been engaged for Queens land, but on tbo vessel|arrivingat Tanna, where Mr Ross Lewin has a station, he informed the captain 'and supercargo that a better market could be obtained by bringing them on to Fiji, on which advice they aoted. Captain Palmer, on examination of the vessel's papers, found SQoh discrepancy in dates, and suspicions cir oatnatanoes surroun...

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MELBOURNE JUVENILE TRADERS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 June 1869

MELBOURNE JUVENILE TRADERS. Thejife are* fe- portions of it he community mofe.'ufliiyersa'lly known, if not 'respected', than thb juvenile traders'.' Go where 'y'.ou wOT jOnaXB confronted1 with' one or nioire -'cif. tKe; fraternity, seeking tP earn a liVblihpod by one. of those multifarious means' known to few but themselves. Rags and old bottles have charms, tp' ihem: which are ?unappreciated^ by ' 'the ,'iin- initiated. They are. posted in 'the 'price ciir. reut for bones, and broken metal is a; market able obmmodity ?ffhich forms a staple of their trade. Matbhes and the daily joutnals arTor^ a' 'wide field for the' p'xeeijoise of their eiiorgieg, while with them ''.'JEvcning Serdtd 'a'pe'nnjfc full account of the Murdpr1' is ' a consumma tion deyou'tly to' be wished-' ' But) ' with' 'all their prominence before the publio,' they are,1 in' 'consequence ' of. some o( their black ' eheep, ifl1 i'afi. ''odor.' witfii their patrons, ' '-who' look tljjon 'the'mv as 'Va' lot' of nnmitig...

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THE EARLY CLOSING MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 June 1869

THE EARLY CLOSING MOVEMENT. The members of tho Early Closing Aisooia tion held their half-yearly meeting, 26th ult., in the Mechanics' Institute ; Mr Noble presid ing. The secretary, Mr T. J. Jaokman, deli vered a verbal report, in whioh he gave a very satisfactory account of the progress of the so oiety during the last six months. Amongst the prinoipal objeots of the association he placed the Saturday afternoon holi day movement, and said there were hopes that tbe holiday would- be obtained. He re ferred to the exertions that had been -made to induce employers to pay on Thursdays instead ' of Saturdays, and said many of the large houses had adopted the custom, but tho main obstacle to its being universally carried ' out was that some of the men themselves objectbd to be paid except on Saturdays. It was thought « s regarded these men that the better plan would be to lay the matter before the General Trades Union Society. The lectures, tbat had been initiated more with tho view of ad...

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MOUNT EGMONT, NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 June 1869

MOUNT EGMONT, NEW ZEALAND. Taranaki, formerly knowni. as New^Piy:. month, is one of the four provinces into whioh the Northern Island of . the New 2 ea-* land group is divided. It hue been termed the 'Garden of New Zealand.' Sir George Grey thns spoke of it in a despatch to the English Government : — ' I have never, in any. part of the .world, seen auoh, extensive tracts of fertile and unoooupied land as a New Plymouth.', Bishop Selwyn, in his -journal of 1818, states: — ' N,d One can speak ,.of the boil or scenery of New Zealand till he has seen both the natural beauties and ripening harvest of Taranaki.' Dieffenbaoh, in his travels, states: — 'The whole district of Ta ranaki, as far as I have seen, rivals any in the whole world in fertility, beaaty,' and fit ness for beoomirig the. dwelling-place of oivi lised European communities.' And again':' — ' In '?. future times this picturesque valley (Woiwakoio), as well as Mount Egmont and the smiling open land at its base, will be come'...

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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 June 1869

QUEENSLAND. Mr J. Reginald Ball, Registrar of the Supreme Gout, has been suspended and will probably be dismissed. Mr John Wiseman Wilkie, late secretary to the Attorney-General, has been committed for trial for embezzlement. A Rookhampton telegram of the 29 th May states that Archibald, a publican, has been committed for trial on the charge of murdering Halligan, the gold buyer ; and two other men have been arrested on suspioion of being con cerned in the murder. Palmer, who it is sup posed took the prinoipal part in the outrage, is still at large. Mr Fowler has been appointed Registrar of the Supreme Court vice Ball, dismissed. The Hockhampton Bulletin contains the following: — ' Some telegrams, . apparently rather exag gerated, respecting the Gilbert diggings, are published in the Brisbane and Sydney papers. Our own telegrams speak of the find of gold as satisfactory, but that great sickness prevails there.''. . In addition to this it is |Said.,that no, Chinamen are. permitted on...

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NEW ROPE WORKS AT RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 June 1869

NEW ROPE WORKS AT RIOHMOND. , Among the many new industries whioh the benefioial operation of the tariff has caused ;o spring up among us, bat few seemp to have made suoh rapid and considerable progress as that of rope manufacturing. A few years since and there was scarcely a manufactory of the kind in the colony, and the few that did exist were of the most humble and primitive character, while now the in dustry is assuming a position of im portance, and all the moBt modern ap pliances are brought to bear on its prosecution. The rapidly increasing demand for the home manufactured article, in prefer ence to the imported, has lad to the establishment of several new works within the last few months, notable among which is the steam faotory we are about to describe. It is situated on the Richmond Flat, near Yarraberg, a position peculiarly suitable for works of this kind, requiring a large area of ground. The main building, which is of waatherboard, is about 50 feet long by 20 wide, whi...

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OLD COLONISTS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 June 1869

6ld oOtdNis'icB1 As's8biA.T'i8Mi Arttcotlrig of KontleliiGriWuo haVo' rosl'dfed for . roffie c'oUUaerMe time in [\\6 fcbibtiyl 0 Igrg ihorm 18 tilb fd'rmiiUBH 8( an olii qBkite1 aigobmtbh; fr'aa W$ ^MmhMMk ^ Meaziea' Hotel, His Worship the Major of Melbourne. (Mr Thomas Moubray) , presided; arid the following gentlemen were aUo present: — Messrs G. Coppin, Peter Davis, W. Hall, E. Barker, J. C. King, H. Croswiok, Coventry, Flower, Dods, David Young, M 'Arthur, Tackett, D. J. Thomas, Caulfield, Moffatt, F.J. W. Ford, D. S. Campbell, Hervey, Bell, Ogilyey, J. M. Martin, John M-Konzie, J. B, Were; ,J. O. Riddell, Capper, Fincham, Barbhail, Redden, C. 0. Horrell, M'Farlone and Grioe. Mr Coppin acted as honorary sec retary. The chairman submitted a cede of rales for the proposed association, drawn up by a committee appointed for that purpose at a previous preliminary meet ing. Among the most noticeable of the rales are the following , — ' 1. The association shall consist gt persons who a...

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TASMANIA. 3rd June, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 June 1869

TASMANIA. [FBOM OUR OWN C.OIHIESPONDENT.] , 3rd Jane, 18G9. The usual torpor of the electors in the Meander district has been disturbed. Mr Alexander Clarke was not allowed,, da suc cesaor to Mr Nairn-— in ? representing in the Upper House that portion of the colony — to walk the course. Unexpectedly Mr W. D. Grubb, a solicitor, and a direotor of the Laun ceston and Western Railway, was induced at a late period to come into the field in opposi tion. Mr Clarke was open in his avowals that if returned to Parliament he woald cause an inquiry to be made inta the position of the railway now being constructed from Lannces ton. This was not desired by the majority of the directors of that company, arid hence Mr Grabb's nomination. The .issue was, there fore, a very narrow one, and the result of the election gave more than two to one in favor of Mr Clarke. Surprise is now expressed at his ever having been opposed. No more useful member will be in Parliament than Mr Clarke : intelligent, act...

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BANQUET TO MR. VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 June 1869

BANQUET t'6 MR; VALE. The Vole soiree at the Ballarat Mechanics' Kstitute, on . 7th June; waa, , a great sneoess over 550 iiping present. His Worship the Mayor of Ballarat presided: The .guests in blucied^ Messrs Burtt, M:p:A.:; Blair; M.L.A, Dyte, M.L.A., and Raiieii, M.L.C., T. Bavey, R; Lewis, j;- Jones; Ma^dernibtt, E. Steinfeld, Sergeant, Chalmers, H. Bell, A. Anderson, and other local oelebrities. There was a large nu m her of. ladies, present. Letters, of apology were read from the hon. Messrs M'Calloch, Fellows, Higinbotham, J. M. Grant, the Presi dent of the Bendigo Liberal Association, H. J. Wjjxon, M.L.A. ; O. J. Jeaner, M.L.O. ; D. Gillies, Joljri M'Crae, M.L.CJ ; J. J. Casey and others. Moat of the letters' expressed deep regret . for the unavoidable absence bf the writers. , ,The chairman opened by saying tfiat they bad assembled to do honor to a gentleman who was deserving of the very highest tribute. Mr Burtx, on rising to speak, said. h'e odtliil traly state that, ;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 June 1869

WILE I E , WE LC H & C O OFFICE, 44 QUEEN-STKEET. YARDS, 172 Q U B E N- S.T K E E T. ATJSTBALIAN AGENTS FOB CLAYTON, SHUTTLEWOETH & %Ov STAMP END WOBKS, LINCOLN. TO those not aware of tha extent to which stoam power has] already been applied for form purposes, It may This Screen received a' Silver Medal at the Eoyal Agricultural Society's Show, at Leeds, 18G7 ; tho Firs b» interesting to learn that O.S. A Co. haTe manufactured upwards of nine thousand steam engines, and Prize of £6 at tho 'Worcester Meeting, 1863, and Ten othor Prizes and Commendations at various other Agn nearly soven thousand sight hundred thraaU-g machines. ' ' ' . cultural Meetings. . '. ? ? ?? ? - SoleHtlflo and mechanical ?kill hithert* employed only in the manufacture of tha higher and more com- Additional and important improvements have since been made in tho construction of tho apparatus, so plicated classes of machinery, has been jndiciousl/ brought to bear with immense advantage upon all 0...

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