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

DR. J. OOLLIS BBOWNE'S CHLORODYNE.— Vlco-Ohancollor Sir Vr.'Pnge Wood stated pub Holy in court that Dr. J. Collia Browno was un doublodly the inventor of Ohlorodyn*. that the wholo story of tho defendant Freeman wob deliberately un truo, and he regretted to pay ft had been sworn to.— Sea tho I'imes, l'tth July. 1804 Thn Right Hon. Burl RubroII communicated to the College or fbysicfans and J T. Davenport that ho had received information to':' tto effect that the only re medy of any Berv ca in cholera was Chlorodyne. — See Lancet, 31st December, 1804 Kxfract from Medioal Times, 12th January, 1800.— 'Is prescribed by scores, of orthodox medical practi tioners. Of course it would not be thus singularly . popular did It not supply a want and fill a place ' Ohlorodyno is the best and most certain remedy for CODGHS, GOLDS, ASTHMA. GONSOMPTION, NEOJRALGIA. BHEUMATI8M, &o. Dr. J. OOLLIS BBOWNE'S OHLOBODYNE is a certain cure in cholera, dysentery, diarrhcoa, colloa, &a.— CAUTI...

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

THE MONTH. The question of parliamentary privilege arising out of the refusal of the- Supreme^ Court to recognise the Assembly's right. to ''commit for contempt on a general warrant, haa been referred : to i., the decision of the Privy Connoil. The majority outside of Parliament, although not altogether satisfied, are disposed to acquiesce in' the postponement of the sab-; j eot, feeling, as they do, the immediate urgency of resuming praotical legislation, and hoping that the convioted agents ef corruption have received snoh a check as will make them cau tious in future. Willing, however, as the people are to hope for the beat, they are not; without fears ; seeing that whilst all the bribers; are at large and unpunished, two of the bribees have been returned to their places ' in the Assembly from which they were expelled. The fact is, there is really no security against the possibility of such bold, bad men recommeno- : ing their infamous business ; since, on the one hand, the Gover...

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THE PORT PHILLIP GOLD MINING COMPANY'S CLAIM AND THE TOWNSHIP OF CLUNES—SEE PAGE 151. GOLD MINING AT CLUNES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 June 1869

THE POBT PHILLIP „„ .,„„ o 0 M P A » « 0 L A I X AID THE tOIJiHIt OH .H»H-K,-ai ..GOfriD MEtiiNCr AT CLUNES. ;? The township, of .OiuneB.iituate on the Or^^wiok;or Glendarael Creek, is 119 miles frpm7,Melboturne, .^OJ from Bailarat, and contains a population at the present time of about 5000. , The surroundiag country for miles ()is, produotive^.of, ...gi^ain^, of., all kihd*^ and ;,has the appearance of .weajtli and prosperity ; lines of hay carts, and drays witli ^heatj.oatB, and other farming products may. be- ,^en daily coming into Bailarat. Prom,|Mo4nt Blowhard, which is near the Miner's ^ost township, a very extensive, view may be,, obtained, embraoing Lake Learmonthj the Bnilupplc Forest, and Mounti Warrenheip andBuninypng. ; A visit to thiB spot will repay the visitor, and oonvinoo hiin of the great exr tent of this agricultural district. The build ings in Olunes are for the most part of a temporary character, arising from the fact of the first inhabitants having ereoted the...

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

NEW ZEALAND. , Winter has put a temporary pheok on war like operations in New Zealand, and political matters will therefore for a time take prece dence — suoh as it is. The General Assembly was opened at Wellington on the 1st June, in the absence of the Governor, by, a com mission consisting of the : hons. . Dr. Pol len, Major Riohmond, and Major Riohardion. The policy announced in the vice-regal speeoh is the permanent settlement of native disturb ances with a highly organised colonial force. No Imperial troops are to be employed, but the Imperial guarantee to loan is to be obtained. Thanks were warmly accorded to Colonel Whit more, and officers and men of the colonial f oroes. Bills are promised to be brought for ward, providing summary means of dealing with persons taken in arms against the Queen. Imperial assistance with troops, is hopeless. The estimates for the coming year have been reduoed, exoepting as regards the defence de partment. Re-adjustment of representation is promi...

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THE QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 June 1869

THE QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY. - ' The day, broke, in a very unpronneiuR man ner, and thpgo who were up oarly, ?lyith an in tention to make .the moat, of one of, the moat welcome holidays in the wlioloy^ar,. looked rue fully at tho leaden] sky and spitting rain. A regular downright w.et , Queen's.. |hrthday in Victoria is something that ariiajerity^of oar old fallow colonJBts ,ar.e enable, to Iripg to mind, but. on., Monday .morning it: seemed, .^likely that there would bo no f '.outs'' for anyone,. However, uu agreeable change ..took place at a latieh pprjoij in.th'e forenoon, and, from, thenceforward holiday makers became .niore.^nd more aBBared. The -Review attracted its crpjyds, although the spectators departed 'from.^heir. .homes, while the weather was moat unpromising, and all the other out-door gathering's ...w.ei.e,,, large. The levee Bussed off . with brilliancy, bat the number of her Majesty's leiges whp lost their afternoon for a bow from the ' Governor was small compared v?ith wh...

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SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. VESSELS ARRIVED AT THE PORT OF MELBOURNE SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE MAY MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 June 1869

Shipping for the month       VESSELS ARRIVED AT THE PORT OF MEL   BOURNE SINCE THE DEPARTURES OF THE MAY MAIL. May.   22. Saira, Norwegian hq, 60S, O. Loe, from Gotten berg. Captain Loe, age of. 22. Zouave, 'American ship, 1802, James E. Robinson, from New York. Lord and Co, agents. 22. Charlotte Andrews, bq, J. W. Van-ier-Vord, from Hong Kong. Kong Menpr and Co, agents. 22. Mariana, American bq, 619, A. H. Beams, from Boston. Newell and Co., agents. 22. Punjaub, ship, 883, B. Shrewsbury, from London ; Start Point. W. Crosby and Co., agents. . 22. Ravenscraig, ship, 1263, J. Dunlop, from Glasgow and Qreenock. Alex. Macforlan and Co., agents. 28. Tho Bruce, ship,- 1109, Thames and Mersey line, Andrew Braes, from Liverpool. DlckBon, Wll Uams and Co., agentB. 23. Lightning, ship, 1246, J. B. Husband, from London via Downs and Lizards. Alexander Macfarlan and Co., agents. . 24. Andromeda, Swedish bq, 437, D. Xi. Lundbarpr,...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 June 1869

NEW SOUTH WALES. St. Mary's Catholic temporary Cathedral has been opened by Archbishop Polding, in the presence of a large number of spectators. His Excellency the Governor, accompanied by the Countess of Belmore and the hon. Saul Samuel, Colonial Treasurer, have started on a visit of inspection to Bathurst, Orange, and other western districts. A nugget, weighing seven pounds, and also a number of smaller nuggets amounting to the same total weight, have been found at the Ophir diggings, in the Orange district. Advices have been received from the Im- perial Government to the effect that Sydney is to be made the head-quarters of the 14th Regiment, but that the staff at present stationed in Melbourne will remain there. A Woman, found tied up in a sack in Brougham-place has been identified as a prosti- tute named Moore. A sailor, named Mason, has been arrested on suspicion of being her murderer. Another man has been arrested on suspicion of being implicated in the deed. Don San Just, th...

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

BIETHS, MABKIAGES, DEATHS. ? +. BIRTHS. :,.-... Andbhson-.— On the 17th M*y, at Wangaratta street, Hlohmond, the wife of Mr John M. Anderson, of a son. .' '(Buckley.— On the 23rd May, at Mill' Cottage, Myers-atreet, Sandhurst, Mrs John Buckley, of a daughter. :;. ; ?::..-.. BLAIR,- On the 28th May, at Raglan-street,       Emerald-hill, the wife of William Nathan Blair, ironmonger, of a son                 ..Brownk.— On the 28th May, at her rosldenoe, Browne's Comoora Hotel, Oomoora, the wife of James U. Browne, of a daughter. . .:t- ;.? .-. ?, ? Barlow.— At her residence, Tarnagulla, Mrs Alfred Barlow, ola son..'u.; jaui. :'.!v ;;?»:!-!:. or.it BURT — On the 2nd June, at Job's Gully, Sandhurst, the wife of Mr Alexander Burt, of a son. Cattakacu.— On the 8rd Juno, at California Gully, : Mrs John Cittauaob, of a daughter, i ,. i\-.,,.. ji ,:j O...

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THE COMMERCIAL BANK ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 10 July 1869

THE COMMERCIAL BANK ROBBERY. George Burns, convicted of defrauding the Commercial Bank by two aots of forgory, was brought up at the Bourke .General Sessions on 3rd July for sentence. The prisoner said nothing in answer to the usual question whether he bad anything to say why sentence should not be passed upon him. His Honor then addressing the prisoner, said : — You havo nothing further to say, I think. Well, I have had an oppor tunity of conferring with my brother magis trates, and we havo come to what we bolievn $o be a proper conclusion. We heard yesterday the features of the oaso, and Mr Charles Sinytho made a very strong appeal to the court on your behalf. We are inclined to pay attention to this in consideration of your youth', yet we have a duty to perform to the public. This is' a commercial case, and your frauds haye beon to so great an extent that considering jour ago exoites a feojipg of wonderment. A jiarfc of tho property^ bus oertain)y bpen recovered, but that is not ...

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TASMANIA. 3rd July, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 10 July 1869

? TASMANIA. [PBOM ODD OWN CORRESPONDENT.] 3rd July, 18G9. Shortly after my last letter was despatched considerable excitement prevailed on the Laun ccstonside of the colony, lest from the position taken up by the commissioners of the Laun coston and Western Railway, a stoppage would be put to the progress of the' works. . I then montioned that the commissioners required, be fore signing cheques for work done, that par ticulars should be furnished to them. This the engineers refused, and the commissioners in tarn declined to affix their signatures to the orders for payment. The works could not bo oarriod on without funds, and thero was a threat that the contractors would discharge their staff. Government, by a deputation, was appealed to, but declined to diotate to the com missioners. Ultimately it was agreed that the Professional Commissioner should engage assistance, and supply by this means the information which the engineers had refused. This, happily, was a prospective scandal a...

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GREAT FIRE AT GREYMOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 10 July 1869

GREAT FIRE AT GBEYMOUTH. The Grey River Argus ot the 12th inst. gives the following account of a disastrous fire whioh ravaged the township the previous day : — The greatest calamity whioh has yet be fallen Greymouth occurred on the 11th June, when one of tho best blooks of business pre mises in town was completely destroyed by fire. About three o'clock, fire was observed issuing from the back premises of the Melbourne Hotul, a large two- story building which stood at the corner of Werita-street and Mawhora Quay. A stiff gorge wind was blowing at' the' time, and fanned the flame into an immense blaze, which very speedily swept over Werita-street, and seized hold of the new building of the Bank of Australasia, whioh stood at the oppo site corner. By the time the hose was rightly at work again, the flames had spread on both sidea, and ignited on tbe east' side Flan nery'a Harp of Erin Hotel, and on the west the Bank of Australasia and smelting house,' the offloes of Mr Perkins, the bo...

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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 10 July 1869

QUEENSLAND. The Assembly has voted £1000 and 1000 abr'es of land as a bonus for the '.first 5000 yards of cloth manufactured from Queensland cotton. . . The Assembly has passed the Pastoral Leases Bill, Mr Francis ;-roposing that all un aliehated lands should be taxed, and the pro - cbods appropriated for public works and im migration.' Slowly but steadily the Australian colonies are 'recognising not only tho wisdom but the absolute necessity of encouraging the growth of native industries. Scarcely have the first steps been taken in the establishment of a Chamber of Manufacturers in South Australia when wo learn that a prominent member of' the Brisbane Chumbdr of. Commerce, Mr Stewart, has notified: his intention, to move certain' resolutions ' recommending the Govern ment t'b encourage native industries.' A DEiiiGiiTEuii wdteririg-plabe Norman River must be, judging from' this, telegram in the Brisbane. Courier i~'t ', Bo weni 3rd June.— ?' NewEJito'tbe 27th/' -April lias tiden red...

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MAORI MURDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 10 July 1869

MAORI MURDERS. Telegraphic news from Napier, dated the 10th of Jane, reports a fresh atroqity com mitted by the rebel natives. 'This is the sub stance of the report:— On Monday, the 7th June Lieut. -Colonel St. John, -with an escort of twelve men, mounted volunteers, left Bunanga to reconnoitre in the direotion of Taupo. The troopers wero left at Opepe whilst Lieut.-Golonel St. John, with Captain St. George, went on to Tapiri Harara, ,the residence of the friendly chief Poihipi, a dis tance of about seven miles. On Tuesday morn ing, as Colonel St. John was about to return to his party , he met the two Hallotts, who, on their way to Napier saw two dead bodies in the neigh borhood of Opepe, and immediately returned. Colonel St. John, with a party of friendly na tives, went to Opepe, and found the bodies of nine of the troopers ; they were stripped, but not mutilated. Two of the detaohment are supposed to have escaped. A letter, signed ' Te Kooti,' was found, ? saying that he had kille...

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HOW PALMER WAS CAPTURED. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 10 July 1869

HOW PALMER WAS CAPTURED. Ever since it beoame known (says tho Gym pie Times of June 2) that Palmer, one of the suspected murderers of Mr Patrick Hdlligan, near Rockharnpton, was lurking in the neigh borhood of Gynipie, the greatest interest has buen taken in the movements of the police sta tioned here. The following information is new :~'It appears that P«ilmer was at Gympie last year, and one of the two men who stuck up the Gympio coach, .upon which occasion a. gallant resistance wbb offered by Mr Seltvyn King, a bank olerk iu Gympie. Mr King shot Palmer's mate, a- man named Bond. He was carried off the scene of action by . Palmer. The place be came too hot for Palmer .after this, and he came to Rookhampton in December or January last. Some time after he, mot Archi bald, Charles Taylor (who had been Archi bald's groom), and a man known aa Jack Wil liams ? Old Jack. They met in a. private house in Rookhamptou, and concocted a plan to rob Halligan on one of his trips from the gold-fi...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 10 July 1869

NEW ZEALAND. The expedition to Pakea had captured the rebol chief Taioroa, with 122 men, women and children. The defeat of the Ministry is considered certain. Mr Stafford threatens dissolution in the event of an adverse vote. The action brought by J. L. Hall against Mrs Robert Heir, the aotross, for breaoh of agreement, has been decided in favor of the plaintiff ; damages £150. . A Nelson paper states that there are nearly eighty registered newspapers in New Zealand; being nearly double tho number printed and published in Victoria. . Prince Alfred prolonged his visit to Auck land till the 1st of June, when he took his de parture for Tahiti — his Maori Majesty having refused to see either the Prince- or Sir George Bowen. According to New Zealand advices received in Sydney, by the Prince Alfred, fresh shocks of earthquake were experienced in Ohristohuroh, and also in Wellington, on tho 7th of June, two days after the first visitation ; and it would ap pear as if the second were still ...

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THE ISLAND OF RAPA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 10 July 1869

THE ISLAND OF KAPA. This island, situated in the South Pacific, lat. 7 deg. 37 min. S., long. 144 deg. 15 min. W., is about 6} miles long and 18 miles in circuit. It presents a cluster of high craggy mountains, some of them terminating in re markable peaks, and deBoending almost perpen dioularly to the water's edge, with ravines between them, clothed with shrubs and dwarf trees. We take the following description of the island from the narrative of a trip from Eng land to Australia via Panama and New Zea land : — ' From Panama we got under way at 10 p.m. The moon was at its full; and the outline of the mountains of South Ame rica, stretching south, aa well as those of the North running up towards Mexico, with the dun lights of Pa nama in the distance, formed a epeotacle of such peoulior grandeur as to be indelibly impressed upon all who witnessed it. On 1st September at daylight we bade adieu to the last land we should see for twenty days — Cape Mala, the furthest point west of the r...

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THE VICTORIAN MINT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 10 July 1869

THE VICTORIAN MINT. The day when Victoria will cease to be in debted to tbe mother country and Sydney for the whole of her coin currenoy is rapidly ap proaching, the plans for the new mint build ings being now completed, and tenders for the execution of the work aro shortly to be gazetted. The new buildings, wbioh are to be built of brick, in a substantial bat entirely unornameoted and unpretentious style, aro to occupy tbe whole of the old Exhibition reserve, covering an area of 310 feet long by 220 feet wide. The main frontage, which will be towards William- street, is to be devoted to the offioes of the department. The assay rooms are to face towards Little Lonsdale-street, and the melting department in to occupy the Lonsilale street frontage. Immediately in the rear of the offices is to be a long coining hall, 174 feet by 42 feet. This room, which is to ran north and south, wi'l conneot the assay rooms with the smelting de partment. The f arnaoe, whioh ia to form tho south side ...

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MR HENRY SAMUEL ROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 10 July 1869

MR HENRY SAMUEL ROSS. This gentleman is the recipient of well earned honors, having had awarded to him the Royal Humane Sooiety's medal in testimony of his courageous exertions in saving persons from drowning, during the visit of H.R.H. the Duke of Edinburgh to Tasmania at the be ginning of last year. It will be remembered that Mr Ross was coxswain of the boat whioh conveyed the private secretary and other officials on board H.M.S.S. Galatea on the ocoasion of the arrival of H.R.H. in January, 1868. As the boat returned from the ship to the wharf there was a rush of per sons to the landing, and a little boy was knocked from the wharf into the river. ' Robs at once jumped overboard and rescued the little fellow, who, but for his timely aid, would have been drowned. His condnot was represented to the Executive Government, and on inquiry it was found that he had already saved three persons from drowning. His name was then' forwarded to the Royal Humane Sooiety, and he has been . awarde...

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VIEW ON THE WANGANUI RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 10 July 1869

VIEW ON THE WANGANUI BIVEB. This view represents a portion of the inte rior of the Wanganui settlement north-east of the town. la the background is the bush, in the centre the Wnnganui River, and on its bonk a cottage, or whare as it wonld be called in the native tongue. This whare, having been occupied by a friendly native, was at tacked by a party of.Hau-hans, set on fire and tko oeanpant pat to death. Having been dis turbed in their operations bv the arrival of a skirmishing prfrty of the Volunteer Cavalry, the Hau-hnus bent a precipitate retreat to their placo of refuge in the dense forest, carrying off their wounded with them. The scene, which has been nkotohed by a gentleman oa the spot, givos -one a vivid idea of the state of things in the dis turbed districts. Unhappily both for the' natives and tho soUlers, the opinion has got ourrenoy that the Maoriea cannot be civilinod, that their reception of Christianity has been u failure, and that there can be no peaceable settle men...

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SPENCER'S GULF, SOUT AUSTRALIA.—FLIGHT OF MUTTON BIRDS OFF GAMBIER ISLANDS.—SEE PAGE 148. SPENCER'S GULF, SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 10 July 1869

SPENCER'S GULF, SOrTH AUSTRALIA.— FLIGHT OF MUTTON BIRDS OFF GAMBIBR ISLANDS.— bee page 148. SPENCER'S GULF, SOUTH AUSTRALIA. South Australia, which extends right through oar great island continent from .north to south, ia indented on ita southern coast by two large golfs, known respectively as Spencer's Gulf and St. Vincent's Gulf. The latter, about 40 miles wide and 100 miles long, has on its eastern shore the port of Adelaide, situated at the mouth of the river Torrens. Separated from St. Vincent's by York Peninsula is Spencer's Gulf, a still larger sheet of water, being about 200 miles long and 55 miles wide at the entrance. Between Cape Catastrophe on the west side of the en trance to Spenoer's Gulf and Cape Spenoer on the eastern lies the Gambier group of islands, and the picturesque promontory of Wedge Island, whioh is one of the group, ia a landmark to the mariner as he approaches from the south-east. The channel between Wedge Island and Cape Spencer gives a depth of from tw...

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