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COLLINGWOOD COMMERCIAL v. YARRA BEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

COLLINGWOOD COMMERCIAL v. YARRA BEND. This match was played on Thursday th<i 15th insk, at Yarra Bend, and resulted in the defeat of the Commercials. Tin bowling of Gray, for the Commercial, and Tremble, for Yarra Bend, deserves especial mention; while the batting of Watson ffor merly well known on the cricket fiela at Bailarat), was. as usual, very good. The fielding on both sides was fair. At Ihe close of the play the score stood thus Yarra IJekd. ,7. WaWrn, c Wilkinson, b Gray W. Trumble, b Kidson A. Baldwin, b Gray .. J. Johnann. b Brook* Smith, not out H. Rowland, b Gray.. Nelson, c Wilkinson, b Gray J. Grady, b Gray T. Bowie, b Gray W. Bowie, b Wilkinson D. King c Crewthers.. Byes, wides, Ac. Total CoLLixuwoftb Commercial Brooks, c T. Bowie, b Trumble Wilkinson, b W. Bowie Kidson, h Tntmblc Griffiths, c Wateou, b Trnmble Gray, run nwt Baton, b Trumble Crewthant, st Baldwin, b Trumble Kidney, c OH3 nuly b W. Bowie Hayward, b Trnmble Pointer, not out TiBett, b Tram We...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MATCHES OF THE WEEK. MELBOURNE v. SOUTH MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

MATCHES OF THE WEEK. MELBOURNE v. SOUTH MELBOURNE. The Ama'eur First Eleven of the Metro politan Club has not figured to advantage in this match. They conld neither get runs themselves, nor prevent their opponents get ting them- It most not be concealed, how ever, that in the batting department the position taking hp the South Melbourne team was owing to the play of a trio of their members whose services they cannot often secure in one match—Messrs. Hammcrsley, George Marshall, and Sam Hopkinson. In the first innings these made respectively 41 (not ont), 13, and 6; whilst a glance at the subjoined score will show that last Saturday afternoon they exhibited no falling off. The game was recommenced at this point:—Sonth Melbourne counted exactly lOOrans for their first innings, and Melbourne had secured 27 for the loss of three wickets. Such short work did the bowling of Brown and M'Gacn make of the remaining seven, that a total of 70, or 30 less than their opponents, was the lesultof ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
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JANUARY. MONDAY THE 2ND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

Mohdat thk 2nd. Victorian Eleven v. next Eighteen, at Mel bourne. Civil Service v. Richmond (second eleven), I at Richmond. East Melbourne (second eleven) v. Emerald* bill, nt East Melbourne. Collingwood Commercial Club Match. Married v. Single of the Toorak Lodge of Oddfellows, at Malvern.

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THURSDAY, DEC. 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

Tsdumx, Did. 32. Ml. M'RADt aeked whether It wu the In tawntflfct Oorernment to mihete to the ootuee indicated by (be Chief Secretary with crfufl to .lb* #>n tern plated red notion! la Cactom daftee—namely, that they nboold apt opne |nlo qpMjaiJoa for three month* he had been waited f ly ywwl gawBwnen connected with jritr siSo tepteeeuted that > to fin My extended ntlooi of the Go 1 had hem known j Government (eaid Mr. lionet on that zepreien and IfilQipHMttiliit Ml tibd : Ant ;4f vbriM' dfalt with in a more comprehensive manner then It wee in the bill. The committee divided on the question, and the proposition was negatived by 36 to 21. On clause 61, providing for an alteration of the rents of rune in certain cases, Mr. Sberwin proposed an amendment, em powering the Board of Land and Works to increase the rents to a enm equal to £160,003 beyond the total amount derivable under the Land Act of 1802, such sum to be asacssrd in fair proportions on each run. Mr. O'Sbanasst suppor...

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WEDNESDAY, DEC. 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

wcdhcsday, Dec. 21. Mr. Vibdon stated, in reply to Mr. Kamsay, that tbe Governnient Storekeeper's Depart ment would be abolished at tbe close of the j tar. Mr. O'Shutassy presented a petition from tbeir Hononra tbe Jadges against certain clauses in tbe Supreme Court Law Consoli dation Bill, and gave notice that to-day be yronld move that the petition be printed. Tie "ct^c ""C". to4<> committee on the Land Bill. On Clause 31, relating to the sale of lands by auction, Mr. GntoLEBTora proposed the addition of a proviso to tbe effect that tbe quantity of land sold in this manner ahould not in any one year exoeed 230,000 acres. Mr. Gbamt objected to the amendment; hot, in complianoe with a suggestion from Mr. O'Shanassy, promised to frame a clauae requiring the Treasurer or the Minister of Lands to submit to the House, at tbe com mencement of each session, the quantity of land which be proposed to eell by auction doting tbe year next ensuing. Tbe amendment was negatived. On...

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THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, DEC. 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tcesdat, Dec. 20. Mr. Sui.livan stated, in reply to Mr. Halfey and Mr. Carpenter, that he proposed to in troduce bis Mining Bill after the Christmas recess, and that the measure would contain provisions affecting mining boards and the drainage of reefs. Mr. GTS hanassy brought up the report of the Elections and Qualifications Committee on the Bicbmond election petition. The House then Trent into committee on the Land BUL On clause 17, which provides that at the expiration of a year from the time of selecting an allotment improvements may be valued, and the allotment put up to auction at the upset price of £1 per acre, Mr. Grant proposed the enlargement of Hie term from one to three years, which was agreed to. Borne discussion took plsceoathe principle of auction, Lnt ultimately the clause was carried by forty-four to twenty-one. On clause 22, providing for the sale by auction of undetected lands, not ezoeeding 400,000 acres in any one year, after each lands...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THUESDAY, DEC. 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

Tbuesdat, Die. 22. Mi. Fawknkh called Attention to the con tinued absence of Mr. W. J. T. Clarke, a member of tbe House, and moved that be be held guilty of contempt. The President said he conld not receive the motion without notice. Mr. Fawkner gave notioe for the next day of meeting. Mr. H uu. moved for a return of tbe com mons in tbe colony, with a statement of the revenue and expenditure attending them. The motion was agreed to. The House adjourned until Tuesday, the 17th of January.

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COMMERCIAL. Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

COMMERCIAL. TharaUy Erasing. Business may be mid to be on for a mum ' In the Import market, the only transactions reported being in small parcels of goods of various oorta for immediate rue. Floor is | still In fair inquiry, both for town and coos try. By auction, about 8,000 hap of Mauritius sugar were placed, at about current quotations. Quicksilver has changed hands, at from 8a Dd. to 8a. 8d. per bottle. Sinclair's hams more freely, at Is. lid. per lb, for prime parcel*. Twenty-five cases were aold today at Is. ltd. The following notice was posted at the Customhouse at the termination of today's badness" The public ok hereby informed that Monday the 26th, and Tuesday the 27th test, will be observed as holidays in this de partment, in accordance with the 01*11 Service Act On the 27th Instant, however, an officer will be in attendanoe to dear vessels inwards or outwards.. Vessel* will be permitted to work on that day, onder special circumstances, upon application beiog made on Satu...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
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TOWN EDITION. SHIPPING. HOBSON'S BAY. ARRIVED.—DEC 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

TOWN EDITION. SHIPPING. HOBSON'S BAY. ARBIVAD.—Bk 22. tied Rover, ship, 1,042 tons. Robert Lewthwaite, froru London September 23rd. Pawengers—lire. Lewthwaite and chljd. De Pass Brother* and Co., agents. Wonga Wongs. A.S.N. Co.'e &&, 700 tons, David Walker, from Sydney lOtb Inet. Passengers —saloon, for Melbourne: Mr. and Mrs. Livermore, child, and servant, HIM F. Le Souef, Mite C M. Le gouef, lira Davie, Mia Mein, Mrs. Gregory, child, and eervant, Mim Cohen, lira. Bany, Mia Mull ins, Dr. Bmy, M&srs. O. H. Hebden, C. Hebden, Leveroe, G. W. Cuuiminge, Dobcrty, Sttffe* If'Evor, Spyer, G. My.rea, Howsod, Masters Hebden, Rjtcble, Cohen, Church; and thirty-one tn the steerage. For Ade laide : lira Hutchinson, Mra Howard, Mr. G. finch; and ten in the steerage. W. P. White and Co., agents. Dec. 23. City of Bobart, aa, 700 tons, Alfred Darby, from Dunedln 17th iiut., vii Bluff Harbour lSlh inet— Passengers—saloon: MSm Puggan, Mia Warded, Mr. and Mrs. Fackbam and chil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

Government Advertisements. £ COMMISSARIAT.—FRESH MEAT. \J PROVINCE of AUCKLAND. tafere will be rettWod At the offiM of UwCoeHate Wf-totnl in AucUuh), till oo® ® Tuesday, w flTffi December 1804. for the eapplJ of fresh meat I tefuid mutton) to UieTroope in.the iuehhmti. for the y*a»- frua Ui April 1885 to 81st Itoieh 2W6. j Tbe contractor will be bound to issue the killed meat in detail to the troope at all plaeee where he may I he acq aired by the Commissary-General, « officer ! aiBmiliul by him to do so. payment will be made monthly, for the quantities iJmaa in the Conuaiamviat eeeounts aa hariag been ■eewved. per farther information, apply at the Commiaaariat OlMse. Melbourne Public Companies. A USTRALASIAN FIRE nod LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, Ball of Commerce, Oolline-etreet West. LIFE DEPARTMENT. TMa tfrtPpMiy is now prepared to issue life polities, to fall particular* and prospectus apply at the Jtoca, aa above. MEDICAL OFFICERS. J. B. Motherwell. £aq., M.D., 107 CollinsHstreet wes...

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A VOICE FROM THE INTERIOR. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

A VOICE FROM THE INTERIOR. TO TBS EDITO& OF THE AMOS. Bit,—The enclosed telegram vu re ceived from Swan-hill (hie evening. It at first appeared probable that Mr. M'Intyre had fallen across some trace* of Land* borough's party, bnt Dr. Mueller informs me Landaborough lost no hones, so that it is possible that) what Mr. M'Intyre has seen are some traces of Lelchardt's party. If you think (he telegram of mfficunt in terest to publish, perhaps yon will kindly do so. I am informed by Dr. Mueller that Mr. Gregory has spoken of the diaoovery of other trees masked L, at or about the AUoe Elver. YoUtl faithfully, BOBT. L. J. ELLEBY Oteervntory, ThnrwUy Emnlnt. "Dear Dr. Ellery,—There are no bonce lost or Lmdeboroogh in bis 8.W. expedition from tbcQoli of OMpetttasik. Henoe if the tiro Lis ere of the pirty to which the hones be looted, it could not be snubs of Lsnds beneath. Mur there not be some mistake M tegsids the dlstwioe bom the Gulf of Get. ^It will Interest yon to teem tint Mr...

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EXPLORATION. GIPPS LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

EXPLORATION. GIPPS LAND. The following report from Mr. Norman Tajlor, the chief of the Qipps Lend exploring party, has been forwarded to as for publica tion:— Bombala. November 25,1661. Sir,—I have the honour to submit to your notloea report on the oountry whioh I hare, up to this, travelled through, between the northern part of the Snowy Biver, where It ctoaMs toe oolonial boundary, and the sea The oountry lying between the gywlto (rnrsfrg into granite) of Gabo Island and the Mount Howe range, running north-west, and the granite at Genoa, omwleta of high, broken, and scrubby lower aUnrina ranges, (or possibly oambrian, as no (Mis have ae yet been found.) with numerous quarts reefs and djkesof foutone, eurltndiodtic greenstone, and nenltio granite. The aohfat rooks are generally so oontortad and disturbed that no dlpa or strikes oan be observed. Along the. bay roed, north of Genoa, an fine mottled red and yellow sandstones, shales, tnd red oelhdar day rook and con glomerate. To the ...

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TURF CORRESPONDENCE. RACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

TURF CORRESPONDENCE. RACING. Dear Sir,—As Ballarat is next in importance to Melbourne in racing matter*, at least nothing between them being very brilliant, : and time not allowing me to take notice of every meeting, I find my eeoond letter to yon treating of their spring meeting, as my first did of the Melbourne one. Like as in Melbourne, nature has done much lor the Ballarat course, and the racing management not a little; but J "on " must be the word. They can'tetand still. In that, as in other tilings, progress will only keep them from going bad. If I can help them in any way I shall be glad, so will give afew hints which they are welcome to, if useful; and if not, they must " take the will for the deed." If there is a fault in the oouree, it is being rather faraway from Ballarat; and if the people have to pay from 6s. to 10s, a-day in getting ont and back, I fear many will stay awav who would otherwise go to it. I don t say I can point out any help for this, except, perhaps to t...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE TURF IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB. SUMMER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

THE TURF IN SOUTH AUS TRALIA. - , BOOTH A.TJSTKALUN JOOKBY CLUE. Stnouit Mitmta. • ■.The following ue the, entriee, »i declared attheGlobe Inn, on Ibarra^ .evening, Deo. 18, bjp Mr. £. It. Begot i:. wti lUXDBtf -wr.*w. Weight*, a jn old, 6»t. 81b.» 8 jrn, 8*t 61b. t 4 ytt, 8W. 101b.; 5 yri, KM-1 6 fa «nd •gad, KM. 41b. Mp. 3L Hblbnd'i b f Bmhgiri, «n Mr. J. Baker1* b h Lucifer, 8 m Mr. J. GQbrrt'*bgGhn*l£aatern,4yr* Mr. O. Adoook'* br o Laurel, 8 jr» Mr. O.O. Hawker'* b gOenot>u*,8 *n Mr. O. B. Fioher'o br o 8yre iHsrownrii.**. Wright*, 8 yr» bld,8*t.| 4 jrtvM. 71b.) 8 ' yn,10*tj endfiyw andbgWl, KM. 41b. Mr. 3. Prert'ib gOupbearer,# jn Mr. a. Akton'i b g Him*lay*,*ged ' Mr. 3. Gilbert'* brgLooomotive, Irn Mr. J. Filgate'i b oBaoohtu, 8 jit Mr.O.Aooock'ichgMiek,aged . Mr. O, lenkini1 br c Telegraph, 8 nn Mr. W. H. Bimpton'* b g Oddriacking, aged Mr. B. U. Bigot'* oh g Little John, aged . TOT! DIKBT. ' For 8 Vearoldi. Weight*, oolta, 8*6. t fllliea end gelding*, Sit. IQlb, Mr. J.f...

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AQUATICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

AQUATICS. EcnrcA Racing Club—" Ike Rodney." —On Thursday evening a meeting took place at Redman'* Commercial Hotel, when steps were taken to establish a Boating Club. Mr. Hulkfg was called to the cliair, Mr. Gidley acted as honorary secretary pro ten., and Messrs. Gidley, Hulkes, Major, Attwood, Bedman, Smith, Simonds, Cooper, Drought, and Lewis, assisted in the deliberations, and enrolled their names as members. At the request of the chairman, Mr. Major informed the meeting that he had ascertained the pro bable cost of a first-class four-oared boat from Mr. Edwards, the well-known builder, of Mel bourne ; and as he (Mr. Major) would be in Melbourne on Saturday next, he would under take to inspect and negotiate the purchase of the craft. Mr. Major's offer was aooepted. It was resolved that, for the present, the club should consist of ten members only, and the subscription was fixed, also pro tem^ at three guineas per annum. Two sub-committees were appointed, one consisting of Messrs...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
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OYSTER CULTURE IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

OYSTEB CULTURE IN FRANCE. The following letter appeared in The Timm of September 12:— Sir,—The question of oyster culture is eren larger than that of salmon. We knoir some what of the latter, of the former bat Terr little. Having beard that the " foil of spatj («. the number of joaag oysteri born this year) «u letj small, I hare petsonally ex amined several of tbe breeding grounds on tbe , east onset of England, and everywhere heard the same report—"a bad spat this yearj" in I acme piaoes even " Done at all." I then ex amined a well-known breeding gronnd in Oon nemais, on the west ooast of Ireland. A care ful examination of the contents of the dredgee at sea informed me that here also " the fall of ] mat" was far below the average, though upon ; the culch • I diaoorered a large number of I what might easily be miataken for oysters, and theee stalls were, indeed, shown to me by the fishermen as yonng oysters s they were, never theless, in fact, the young of a species of Ann, mis, or ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
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SPORTS A PASTIMES. FULL COCK AND HALF COCK. TO THE EDITOR OF BELL'S LIFE IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

SPORTS A PASTIMES. FULL COCK AND HALF COCK. TO TBS EDITOR OP BELL'B LIFE IE LONDON. Sir,—Observing an article on the above sub ject in jour hist number combating the arguments of a correspondent of The Timet, who maintains that of the two practices of carrying the gun at full and half cook, the latter is by far the safer, I trust, as the writer of the letter in The Timet, that you will allow me space for a few observations in further vindication of my opinion, and in answer to the objections to it urged in your journal. I oonoeive the subject to be of very great im portance indeed to all sportsmen, especially to beginners; and, therefore, wortby of being thoroughly discussed and, as for as possible, determined. In oommou.with all patrons and advooatea of die full-oook system, your corre spondent affirms that the habit of carrying the gun at half-cock induoes carelessness, not to say recklessness, in the portage of the muztle and in the manipulation of the locks. This, in deed, is th...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
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YEOMAN MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

YEOMAN MISCELLANY. —WSSSKg•££$£& *?,*. JP801' meeting held on Saturdar d»' °nin Show «Uo5d bt feSdS'' °n WedD^> ^15. . Th> Cbops.—He^meking seems to be bene*^ the ^roua mo're?- B»I«e«hower» fens^^cs?. t rrftrf mj'^uSrt131 b#wV1*ht» •«»<» about Spring nK>™th#n BiIteen *52 IJRWW.-A young brood of ftmeta has SSSSSa^fisa Md *»Wi«re that SSfiS^^ss*' ja-f^Sf&SpSiS! D»1 (K.Z.) 2Wr,. * ^ Vl3ITAH>.**A, dtVl |m m n«:j to'^!Ll^U^iTinej"d "^omhSdof jfc Sebroeder, aiChinaman'e Oreek,which ia wUunMeey welbngdaUnoepf Oaetlamaine, f? well newaidwi were we for our trouble, ifecleyurahle.troll through the buehiWte » detiguaUd. 0^ Tine. «d frnttb^! l»l^gmnwtab]y weD,Md^ough the former were jnjured by tfo^femalfo s&r^orou4ini"t™«^ «£*S rftfoSS ^ J™***"3 " undoubtedly one ae^SLfe!3 tfo bert carod &r fo we neighbourhood. Kb peine fore hm 3^ 'P ""4? Teiything done about the ! Iherine. | !?! *"* *^*d. tiednp and diebodded, and tfo crop of fruit promae....

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THE FARM & GARDEN. AUSTRALIAN GARDENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

THE FARM 6 GARDEN. AUSTRALIAN GARDENING. A aeries of paper* is intended to be given on the subject of gardening u practised in Australia. From the extensive range of the various matters comprehended under this heading, it may be supposed that a concise account is all that can be aimed at. Informa tion on horticulture and floriculture adapted to the Australian colonies is much sought after; how far these papers will succeed in supplying the desideratum remains to be seen. No pains win be spared to render them ss complete aa possible j mid, so far as the art of gardening in Australia at the preeent time wiU admit, the materials will be arranged to suit the dif ferent circumstances of the various colonies; to that end, short notes and directions will occasionally be given. For instance, spring sets in a mouth earlier in the northern parts of New South Wales, and in the cooler parte of Queensland, than it does in the southern parte of Victoria and in the latitude of Melbourne. And the f...

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NEW FRUITS. No. II. (Continued from The Australasian of Nov. 19.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

NEW FRUITS. No. n. (Continued from The AmiraUuian ofSov. 19.) Unless the "new fruitii" are equal in merit to the beet of the old varieties, then is no good purpose served in bringing them forward. Already in apples, pears, plums, and peaches, we have an infinity of varieties. But, by hybridising, still further improvements may be expected; the famed Marie Louise, Beurrd de Banco, Beurre d'Aremberg, and Van Mons. Leon le Clero pears are comparatively but of recent origin. The equally famous Core's orange pippin, Downton pippin, Lord SufBeld, and Holbert's Victoria, are among the best new kinds of apples. Of plums there are some fine new varieties, as the Jefferson, Denyer*s Victoria, Coe'e Golden Drop, and Fellenberg; several others oould be named, all excellent, and have not been long before the public. Some apples of recent introduction, and worthy of extensive cultivation, arc the Early Julien, of medium sire, crisp and juicy, flavour brisk and aromatic, an excellent variety, ripe...

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