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RAILWAY BRIDGE, NEAR HAWTHORN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 February 1867

RAILWAY BRIDGE AT HAWTHORN. RAILWAY BRIDGE AT HAWTHORN. RAILWAY BRIDGE, NEAR HAWTHORN. This bridge was constructed over the Yarra, for the purpose of continuing the Melbourne and Sub urban line to Hawthorn. The principle is the iron lnttice girder. Mr T. H. Merritt, engineer to the railway company, was the architect.

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE HON. ARTHUR MACALISTER, COLONIAL SECRETARY OF QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 February 1867

THE HON. A. MACALISTER, COLONIAL SECRETARY OF QUEENSLAND. [Fkom a photograph by Fbith.] THE HON. A. MACALISTER, COLONIAL SECRETARY OF QUEENSLAND. [Fkom a photograph by Fbith.] THE HON. ARTHUR MACALIS.TER,, COLONIAL SECRETARY 0F .QUEENSLAND, The hon. Arthur Macalister is a solicitor, having a large pi*actice in Ipswich, '. the ? second town in . Queensland, which place-he hasfreprese'nted.in.the Legislative Assembly since - 1861 w, a Mr Macalister accepted the office of Minister of Lands and 'Works on the resignation of; Mr St. George .Gore,*; on,; the 21st March, 1S62, which; position.he held .until last year, when, on the l-esigiiation^of .? the hon.H.:iG-. W. Herbert, who had held, .the. position of Colonial Secretary from the inauguration of .responsible government in 1860 until I860, he formed ?. a Ministry, of which lie. was. Colonial Secretary. He had, however, had practical .experience in the work ing of a cabinet before that time, as on the visit of Mr Herbert to England.in ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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A TRIP TO THE SALMON PONDS AT THE RIVER PLENTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 February 1867

A TRIP TO THE SALMON PONDS AT THE RIVER PLENTY. ' A Tourist' sends this gossipping sketch to the Launceston Examiner : — A holiday aff -rded me the leisure for a visit to the salmon ponds; accompanied by a friend, we took coach for New Norfolk at eight a.m. On arrival at that township, we obtained a chaise-cart, and in about an hour and a half arrived at the ponds, the diBtance'beinK from six to eight miles. The road, if it' : were more carefully constructed, would be very pleasant, leading as it does along the bank of the Derwent ; but to tender nerves it is rather trying. The travelling along an unfenced mar gin of the river, whose banks are so near and so precipitous, is anything but pleasant. The vale of the Plenty, where the ponds are situated, is very beautiful and picturesque. A stream of water, diverted from the river for irriga tion, flows through the plains, and gives fertility to the meadows and an extensive hop ground. Mr Ramsbottom's house and grounds are all new, and t...

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A KANGAROO BATTUE [?]. A KANGAROO BATTUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 February 1867

A Ji. A N -??' jV Ho O Jt A J-' 't U - - -? M ' a ''? A KANGAROO BATTUE. In the Western district, Kangaroo have increased to a wonderful extent during recent years. Their numbers having ceased to be thinned by the spear of the blackfellow ; they are now so numerous on some of the stations that they have almost taken possession of the choice feeding ground, and the squatters have found it necessary to make a raid occasionally for the purpose of exterminating them. These raids are conducted in the manner of a re gular battue ; an extensive stockyard'being erected, with approaches something in the same manner that traps are constructed in South Africa, for the capture of the wild animals there. A late number of the Geelont/ Advertiser thus describes one of these battues which took place on the station of Mr ?Toseph Ware, of Murton's Creek : — A numerous p/irty of surrounding neighbors had ,been in vited, and the day being very fine, the country beautifully green, and the springy turf i...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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THE UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 February 1867

=rT-HB^'G3Sn3^D^a?RESl^-TERIAN.^ The presbytery of thec-i tlriited Presbyterian Church of- ?Victoria, mot on 4th inst., in the Byric-; street ???church, ;, Geelong. .- Present— ^-Eev. D. Chap man,: moderator ^.Rey.- A. W. Kamsay, ;Rov. K...T. Walker,'i'Rov.vA. Michio,1 corresponding -member-;, Rev- 'R. Hamilton, clerk; and Mr J.;M. Anderson,, representative, elder. ?? Mr Ramsayiand Mr Haniiltou repoiied -that ?: they had officiated, in Eyrierstreet church,; as appointed, - on the last Sabbaths, of December - and ?? January respectively. The pres bj'tery, after ; conversation on tho subject of these monthly exchanges, agree to discontinue the ar rangement, inasmuch asit appears they .arc- found not to be convenient to all parties. Mr Walker reported that ho and Mr Dick hnd supplied ministra tion at Sebastopol during Mr Henderson's absence. A communication was road from Eev. J. Dick, asking the advice of presbytery relative to the ad mission of parties into the communion of the church...

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THE HON. HENRY AYERS, M.L.C., SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 February 1867

COLONIAL STATESMEN. THE HON. HENRY AYERS, M.L.C., NEW SOUTH WALES. — [From a rilOTOGliAPII I)V FfllTII.] . , THE HON. HENRY AYERS, M.L.C., NEW SOUTH WALES. — [From a rilOTOGliAPII I)V FfllTII.] . , THE HON. HENEY AYERS, M.L.C., SOUTH AUSTRALIA. The lion. Henry Ayers is a self-made man. He is tit present a member of the Legislative Council of South Australia, and retires, according to the pro visions of the Constitution Act, in February, 1857.. Mr Ayers is a gentleman of private means, and resides in Adelaide. He first took office as a mem ber of the Cabinet in Mr. Dutton's Ministry, . which lasted only from July 4 , to July 15, 1803, hold ing at that time no specified appointment.? At. the collapse of that Ministry he formed another, taking theposition of Chief Secretary, which post he oc cupied, in conjunction with five Ministries, until October 21, 1865. After the dissolution ^ of : that Cabinet, Mr Ayers took his seat in the Legislative Council, where he has remained ever since.<...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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AUSTRALIAN WOOLLEN MILL COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 February 1867

AUSTRALIAN WOOLLEN MILL COMPANY. We are informed that the enterprise contemplated by this company is about to be carried vigorously into effect. New South Wales has for a long time manu factured cloth, of a certain quality known as colonial tweed, that industry having been carried on for years both in Sydney and at Penrith, and the article produced having attained considerable celebrity for durability and strength. It has, however, been left for this colony to establish manufactories where not only tweeds could bo produced, but also where the raw material could be worked up into cloth properly bo called. Since the passing of the tariff more than' one enterprise of this nature has been entered into, and at the present time a company known as the Australian Woollen Mill Company is in course of formation, proposing to carry out the manufacture of weollen goods of all qualities, on a very extensive scale. This compaay, an independent one, and having no connection with any pther, was org...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 February 1867

Printed and Published by Bdenezer and David Syme, ' Proprietors of tho Aan Newspaper and General. ; Printing' Office, Elizaboth-atrost, Melbourner , 1 Viotoria. ?

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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THE ROYAL COMMISSION ON EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 February 1867

THEjJJQ.X^l CpMMI^j6N .QN ERUCATip^. i ? The following is a summary ?. of the, recommenda tions -contamed in tho'report of the commissioners, just laid before Parliament : — -. 'r i*riMM-i :;'- -i'.'.v: :hv;/- ? y:C-:': ' ** i^ t ' * . . , The, .alterations in, , the. existing^ .system, of .publip instructipn,, which. we ..would respectfullyiBubmit for consideration may. bo shortly stated as. follows': — ''First. — The enactment- of a law making ;the in stroction* of children compulsory upon parents. .; 'Second.— The appointment of a Minister of Public Instruction,, responsible to Parliament, with a general superintendence over the interests of educa tion in Victoria. . . , , ... . Third.— The., establishment : ,of..,iniblic ..schools from which .sectarian .teaching shall be excluded ,by express legislative enactment, and in which, religious teaching' shall be in like manner sanctioned and en caui'aged. - .,,.., ..'. . ,, Fourth.— Public schools to ? be placed under the superintende...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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A ROMANCE IN REAL LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 February 1867

A ROMANCE IN REAL L^E. t. The .old prpverb that.,?', the course of. true lpye,' &amp;c., haB:.received .another ,strildng illustrations, , in the sensational tableau-ot,a domestic drama which, was played out on the 26th ult, at Sandridgo, to the rib . small edificatipn of ^numerous spectator's^ who assembled on ,,tlioi jrailway. pier to Avitness, the departure of the branch steamer qf , the Panama mail.. 1 .To- make the closing scene intelligible it will be necessary to refer to a ]'erHH^ some ten or . twelve years back, when a newly married ... cbuple .*, arrived, in Victoria from, one of the neighbouring colonies, and commenced busi^ ness on their own . account. The marriage was a runaway one, and for some time the couple fought a hard battle, unassisted by the wealthy relatives of the fair one. Time passed on, arid their industry, was , at length, rewarded Ly the establishment of the husband in a lucrative business as a, publican,: on one of tho gold-fields. After a time the ...

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THE ADAM BAY SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 February 1867

. ; THE ADAM BAY SETTLEMENT., - j' The steamship Rangatira,;which arrived on Friday f rom: Sydney, ibrought down , the: , officers and men who were sent up in1- April,. 1864, to - form, the .new settlement invthe northern territory of .South Aus tralia. -The; official staff at that; time comprehended a Government Resident .'(Mr B. T. Finnis), an engineer and surveyor (Mr J. T. Manton), a surgeon and -protector of Aborigines i (P. .E; Gold smith), a clerk and accountant, a postmaster, two storekeepers, five surveyors, two draughtsmen, and sixty-seven ckoinmen and survey laborers. ; On his arxdval at his. destination the. Government resident fixed upon' Escape Cliffs, at Adam Bay, as , the site of tho first town. Shortly after this several of , the officers and men became disaffected on account of the locality chosen- being ? objected to, and, in con .sequenco, .many.of .themlef tjthe settlement ; one party proceeding to Champion Bay, a distance ? of 1600 miles, in an open-boat.' Mr ....

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POST OFFICE NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 February 1867

'POST' OFFICE NOTICE. , I 'The Royal Ma.il steamship'Bomb^y will be de ?spatohed' with the' mails for Western Australia, Point', de.Gallo, India, China and the East, Aden, Mauritius, Re-Union, Natal, .'Cape of Good , Hope, Suez, the ? I iMecuterranean ports, Europe, ..Amenpa1 and the j jUnit^ed Kingdom. ? The times appointed for closing I ' For registered letters, at six p.m. on Wednesday, Itho 27 th.inst. ? - ' : - -, .'?'?„' I: For') \ewspapers (via Marseilles excepted), at six p.m. on (Wednesday, the 27th inst. ~. Forioi'dinary letters, at ten a.m. on Thursday, the 28th ins*. . ... ? For m Wspapers,' via Marseilles, at ten a.m. on Thursda-v, the 28th inst. . .' ' Late lel'iters will be received as under, provided tho postage arid fee a- e fully prepaid by postage stamp :'-. ?For Frai\ce or foreign -countries, viaFrance,.atthe, Goneral Po Bt Office only, from eight to half-past eight a.m., fee, 3 'd ; from- half -past, eight to ten a.m., fee, 6d. ' ; ',.?-- - '. ; ?;'?? ? - ? : :....

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GRAIN AND FLOUR" IMPORTED INTO VICTORIA, 1860-1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 February 1867

GRAIN AND FLOUR' IMPORTED INTO ? i.v/f' - 'VICTORIA, 18(50-1866j:f ; ^!-»j Return shewing the' quantities df '; flour and grain imported iluriiig tlie:'years. :18(iO-i86G, . both, inclu sive ;p—; .;.'?[ ''.--??? i ' ;,?? ....i ? qr ,..',?-? - :? ?? %? Qi {? s- .ca cs cv c*. r, » «i-&amp;: ' #.r? ;? ? : j .j | f # jc.' : to 'S ? ? * ,» w33 #,|: .: . : .,: ': : : / '' ~~g~ '. ,'?.£?? :; £. .-???_« .,; :L«. . ssj£.S ^ 5 »-* c? '??(-*? *? : ? «cciS [id 2 i ! -3. - S .-,g , £ ? i&amp;SiS^- i| ? _l ??'?,.??,--.,.?' ,? ? s ? g-; ,?*-*. of' -**?' I ... ' . 'il , I ..I. ; --'$ ' - ? II'SI' | : ..§?'? '' '§T I- .gy--g-. -?§ : ?gggiv'.fi.,, ?'?§ :. ;?$'&amp;£. '?'.§ : ?.§?-? t'I ? iS.1.1)! ;|f- ' ? « ? ??- -.-. ---?-?-- ?' =-;.-- .;?! ?-: -? : » ' '5' pt'-W . §-^'w-f= *'» ????§? 3 «' e~3 io ii .i c? t- c« pr ,£g° — i S '^ --' 3 '?* a-2=s t_ 2 *£? o h- ef p - :- '#3 ? K;.&amp;-.:-.i&amp;' ---:&amp; :r.S.r.--' - -;? — — r --:?--.- — : — ~ — r7~^ — ? ? — : ? r ? ; ? ?' - '...

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IMMIGRATION AND EMIGRATION RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 February 1867

IMMIGRATION AND EMIGRATION RETURNS. The following is a return showing the number of persons who arrived at and departed from the colony of Victoria, by sea,' during' December, 1866 : — ??-'.''.?:'..,:.' Ma]Ga ,Fe- Chil AnniVED From maies. mdleg- dren_ New South Wales &amp; Queensland 411 148 90 Houth and Western. Australia ... 209 71 30 Tasmania...1;:...;......:....;.. ....... 177 89 31 Now Zealand and South Seas, ... 503 38 21 United- Kingdom ? ';.......... 684 421 211 Foreign Ports ? 223 12 11 Goneral Total ? 2367 -779 394 Grantl.Total ? - - -— 3440 - Departed For _i^-^_ Now South Wales &amp; Queensland 455 122 90 South and Western Australia ... 1-17 62 85 Tasmania ? 208 106 51 Now Zoaland aud South Seas ... 520 136 80 United Kingdom ? 104 41 37 Foreign Ports;-.........1...... ? 15 10 4 Gonoral Total ? 1449 477 347 Grand Total ? 2273 Return showing the number of nominees sent for ?froni tho United- Kingdom by persons resident in Victoria, under tho Immigration Regulations ...

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BANK RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 February 1867

- BANK KETURNfe.; ! The following is a sutnmary of sworn returns, ren dered pursuant to tho Banks and Curreuey Sratute, 1861 (27 Victoria, Np. 194), of tho average liabilities and assets, arid, of ^.the capital and profits, of. all the banks in Victoria,' taken* from 'the. several .weekly statements for the . quartor,. ending '31st Decombei% I860:— - ? .';. ??-?:?.? .. ? ' ???.-; ? , - ;' :: ? o z;.o o . t?d t-i -J a cj p* O.pjOQ m^zJO S* CD. B C j lit t-Sff ? *A's-- : ; Ettilff-! lir r ? /g g s ?'?? -,:-,s,-' : : ?:?:' : ? p' p F : ??: -^ : : : i : : ?: 1 : ;|li I i i i : : i : l£-| : : : : ,-?_«=. ?' ???? ' u- j-i j_. _? H ? 5! M§S£feSSfeg§ -^1' «.-. o 'co 'm to .h 'to co 't-' to oi1*5 g'h*1 ?^1 -o crjoa oo.h- cooio coco v=. SiT Ol t!I CO C-| -~1 CO LO. CO H- CO CjJ Kg t-i CO ti t— ? I— ? CO OS t^- Ol I-J CO™ S § OS OS O CO P-' ' l~« CO --1 -.1 CO . (— I p-' o 5~ i'1 i'1 i'1 i* J'0 !~* \i'° u *OO OCWCOO! ClOOOCOrf— ?? ca oocaosoa-^i as . o en en u- 08- Of CO^I'WJ CO Oj W* WO 1» (D...

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GEELONG SWIMMING MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 February 1867

GEELONG SWIMMING MATCHES. These matches, which come off at the Eastern Beach Baths, 8th inst., wero a great success, both spectators and competitors being much more numerous than on any previous occasion. The matches were better contested, and, judging from the applause awarded, the visitors were better satisfied. Geelong worked hard to retrieve its lost honors of last year, and was not altogether unsuccess ful. Melbourne sent her best men. Steedmon, the champion swimmer, and his pupils, last year carried all before them, but this year they had to work harder and got less for it. Mr Steedman, by agree ment, did not compete, but his best pupils did.. Murdoch won the trophy, beating, as he did last year, M'Kinlay by ' five yards. Another pupil of Mr Steedman's, Youaz, won the diving match, but was only a good third in the amateur race, in which event Geelong took both the first and second prizes. The following is the order in which the events come off: — Boys' Swimming Match.- — Fifty...

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HEATHCOTE COURT HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 February 1867

HEATHCOTE COURT HOUSE. Heathcote is a borough township, about seventy .miles from . Melbourne and thirty from Sandhurst. It consists of 450 dwellings, affording accommoda tion to' a population of 1200 persons. Among the buildings may be enumerated a town hall, police court, post arid money order office, branches of banks, and various insurance offices, mechanics' institute, two newspaper offices, and lots of hotels. On page 13 we have a group of the more important buildings situated in tho camp reserve. In the foreground are the court house and town hall ; be hind them, the magistrate and wardens' houses ; and to the right, the police, barrncks. HEATHCOTE COURT HOUSE. HEATHCOTE COURT HOUSE.

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FUNERAL OF FOUR POLICEMEN AT JINDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 February 1867

FUNERAL OF FOUR POLICEMEN AT JINDEN. New South Wales still maintains its bad repute for bushranging and murder. . Some few months back, Mr Carroll, who had for a large number of /years beon in the public service as a police officer and chief warden at Darlinglmrst, was placed in command of a party of three others and sent to the Braid wood district to . endeavor to capture the bushrangers, Clarke and Ids gang. On tho night of the 5th of January the party left Braidwood for the den. of their murderers. Five days afterwards their dead hodies were discovered a short distance from each, other. It appears from the evidence taken at the post mortem examination, that they wore going from Smith's place, at Jinden, when they were in plant about eight in the evening, towards the house of a man namd Guinness, about four miles distant, which was known to them to be a favorite place of resort for Clarke's gang. They had to pass through a very scrubby bush. At about half a mile from Smith's place...

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EXHIBITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 February 1867

EXHIBITS. In tho South Australian department of the Exhi bition are four curious articles exhibited by Mr Nitschke, of Adelaide. 1.' A copper vase, hammered out of a solid block of copper taken from the Burra ?Burra mines. It has been shaped and put together without solder. 2. A copper crucifix, beaten out of a solid block of copper without any soldering. 3. A silver cup, the body of which is made out of a crown piece, and the foot out of a Prussian two dollar pioce, bearing the inscription on the rim in tact. 4. A silvor cup, worked in a similar manner out of a French five-franc piece and Prussian dollar. ARTICLES IN THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DEPARTMENT OF THE EXHIBITION, j ARTICLES IN THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DEPARTMENT OF THE EXHIBITION, j

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 February 1867

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES' AND DEATHS. &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; BIRTHS &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; ALLAN. — On the 27th inst., at Travanoore Cottage, Clarke- street, Chilwell, Geelong, the wife of Mr Robert Allan of a son. &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; DUDGEON.— On the 6th ult., at her residence, Richill- &amp;nbsp; terrace, Dudley-street, the wife of Mr John Dudgeon, of a daughter. &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp...

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