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INSOLVENT COURT. FRIDAY. SEPT.30 (Before W. B. NoeL Eeq., Chief [?] [?] SPECIAL EXAMINATION [?] IN BE C.P.PUROELL [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

INSOLVENT COURT. Faxdat. fijcw. 80. (Before W. B. NpeL XSeq., Chief Oomm!«toner of Inselfent Bdeiee.1 Bnoiit SsAimiAruir Humas. IS HI C. P. Pl'KOHX ■ [ Tie iurolveet bad been • aolicltor, of Mel bourne. At lit reqoett of (be official aoic-• nee, Mr. Moore, tlie meeting *» adjourotd till October 18, tome arrangement with Die crpoelng creditor being ot>der coniideiatlon. ik 81 J. a. owwot*. Thlt Intolveut ltid bets oaoMcltarin Gee long, ud filr Oca. Stephen appeared in bit }*h»lf. The object *u to mowcxamlne Mr. CLD. H. Smith, iMe ttktk tofuurMt, rrqecuof ant mattoi concerning the asaPte tssS ereUeS & «s of (Metidm, Btfngiirotn thewi tnew, Id replg to SU George Stephen aatd It war bia duty to make out cosle due to insolvent, lie , tnatfe out none doe by De Laoy, though there < were charges fur attendance against htm, i but no figures were Bet down. lie had not told one Clarson that insolvent had done a great deal of work f >r Do Lacy, bat that It was not to be...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OLD COURT HOUSE/P=M-/WEDNESDAY, OCT.6. (Before his Honour Mr.Justice molesworth.) [?](WIFE)V.[?](HUSBAND) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

Old coomt-Borsi.—'wediesdat, Oct. & (Before hie Honour Mr. JuetJoe Moletwortk) ABTBCE (WIFE) ▼. AETHUB (HITftRlWnJ A suit by a wife for judicial separation "—•u her husband, on (he ground of cruelt/ 1 re. additional witnesses examined on be half of u'i petitioner wen J. S. Clot worthy (or Clotkwo.tby). a man servant, who bad been employed by the respondent and peti tioner in their etorekeeplng bashless; sad — j Pcnlieath, the petitioner's toother. Three two witnesses corroborated generally the evidence of the petitioner. ] The witnesses for the respondent were 8. D. Arthur (respondent), and Mrs. Arthur, an aged female relative of the respondent, 1 who bad been an occasional visitor at his j house and a witness of his behaviour to his j wife. The respondent admitted now verbally, as he did in Lis sworn answer, a single act of ! violence to hia wife, in 1857; bat he eali^that he had hnmbltd hinuelf to her at that time I in sincere sorrow for having so far forgotten himself, ev...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MATRIMOSTAL JURISDICTION. OLD COURT-HOUSE/P=M-/TUESDAY,OCT.4 (Before his Honour Mr. Justice Molesworth.) ABTHUR (WIFE) ARUTHUR(HUSBAND) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

V&TRIK05UX JCBIBD1CTI0K. Olb Oopst-hocbe.—tcesdat, oor. 4. (Before hi* Honour Mr. J notice Molesworth.) ABTHUB (WOT) V. iETECB (HDBBABD). A petition by Elisabeth Ann Arthur (bom Pentrealh) for judicial separation from bar husband, Samuel David Arthur, on *" ground of cruelty. The petitioner and re spondent, both from Cornwall, England, irere married et St. Peter's, BteJbtrurae, in Dream Isr, 1852. The respondent was then a carter: he was cubs- quentiyeaftaged on the gold fields I erfUng out of that business es n poddler. and l _ for £400 or £500, set op a store at Long Rally, in the Bendigo district, where he and his wife wire living together until May last, when she left him, as is alleged, on the ground of tbe cruelties which form the beats of her peti tion for separation. They have no children. Under the rules regulating pleading in cases where a j odidal separation only is prayed, and on it. gtonnd of cruelty, specific charges of single nets, or continuing acta, of cruel...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NKW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

NKW INSOLVENTS. Allui Dunn, of Mel bourne, board Inghotiae fcceper. Oanaea of lnaol rency—Falllng-off |d bnuneer, and lid debta LUmUtiea£167 la. ineb,fw; deficiency, £123 la 3. Goodman, official asrigoee. Benjamin Baitman, ofllntlock, reataurant keeper. Ouoaee of inaolnmcy—Bodet la bud new, and bad dieUa lAablllUea £108 la: aaeta, £68 16a: deficiency, £62 6a. E. Court ney. official amtgnea William Graham, of Melbourne, utoer. Caoeee of lneolTrnoy—Failure in mlafng, and prennre of craditoia. Uabllitlba, £186 «. 8d.; aaaeta, £68 10a; deficiency, £77 Ida 81 H. P. Shaw, official aoUnec. Michael Francle Coalelloe, of Axe Greek, near Sandhniet, publican. Oauaea of inaol vency—Falling on In boelnea, and pnature of credltoia LiabllHiee, £216 7a; aaeta £88: deficiency, £1% 7a R. E. Jaootnb, official aerliniEC. William Henry fledden, of Matlock, near Wood's 1'olbt, rnloer. Gauaea ofInsolvency— Want of employment, and bad debta. Liabi lities £68Kb. 8d.; aeieta £810a: deficiency, £66 Oe. fid. B...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HITS OF MONEY FROM THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

HITS OF MONEY FROM THE SEA. At the meeting of tbe Council of tbe Aedl m allaatlon Society, on Tuesday, a moat ani mated nod interesting dlecumlon took place ae to the fish lauuries of the colony. Mr. O. & Laxo, who attended hy Invitation, furnished aome particular* from hla own practical experience, and atrangly recom mended the iotrodaction of-the ova of tbe saltwater tearing and ood of the nottbern hemisphere. v The Count de Carielnan, the Cootnl Cm Fraoor, who U a (trilled and scientific ichthy ologist. was appealed to by tMam IfCjy to tarn tab the conncil with bis opinions an thesohject. Tbe Count attend Into n variety of (he most intern ting detail', which may well be studied by every one Interested in the de- - vetcpnxnt et caricsoaiees. He staled that, baring been atravelkr allbU life,and baring visited ail the principal ooontries of tbe world, be did not think that be had «m before keen each a thing a* a town witboat a fish-market, and that when be first came to Melb...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KILMORE ANNUAL STEEPLECHASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

KILMORE ANNUAL STEEPLECHASES. 'ihe following entries have been received for the two orlncipal events at this steeple chase meeting, to be held on Wednesday next tub kiutobe okaxd axxoal tuvntcAr bteeflcciiasr, Of 203 sovs. Enttasce, 10 soys. Distance, abont four miles, over a fair hunting country. Second hone to receive 26 eon ont of the stake. Ur.fl. S'ltKet b r Longbow, aged, llrt Sib. Mr. Harden'cer g Blueuln, aged, 10*1 lSb. Mr. W*ires'* be Daniel Webatcr, aged, 10«L Mb. Mr. Bollc'i b g Vandyke, aged, KM. Mb. Mr Harper'* gr g Monk, aged. 10M. 71b. Mr. C. Day's br m Counten, 6 yre, I Oft. Tib. Mr. Young'* cb g Dick Turpin, mm, 10«t. THE TALLT-HO HAKDICAt* STEEPLECHASE, Of CO sovs. Eu trance, 4 sow. About throe miles. Mr. C. Dayb br m Comitcaa, C >T1, lift. - - ■ "ML Tib. Mr. Day's gr g Baron, aged, lOsL 1 Ballabat Tcsr Cixb.—The liberal and attractive programme of the Ballarat Summer Meeting, to Be held at the end of Kovember mid beginning of December, appears iu another colum...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LAW REPORT. UPREME COURT. [?] OF TREE OLD COURT [?] /P=M-/,OCT.6. (BEFORE HIS HONOOUR MR.[?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

LA.W BEPOBT. SUPREME COURT. ■mom nt uvoo tap 1* mem, &a, ocr or Tttx. ■ Ou (wmmM.-TnuuT, Oa. t, (Beta* fab BoeoarKi. JaMfe* MotctvocttU noB«» Am AmaanmAxtoD. -SS&Sffggsnisir*ffisi Grate, Edward MaitinMaaa, John FOht, Jams* Gray (*ill and codicil), John mOdu Black (otherwlae John Black imidotn), Ix>ii Burw, Bobert Smyth (to Mrraiidrr Beynoldf, an exeootor la New Zealand. «n MucMagahood tor MOO toad aMa dill), Jim Beott, Andraw Mori eoe, and Bamod Lancaster; alto letters of admlnfatratfao of the edataof Oeeqe Bin daii (iritb a frill annexed), Patrick Bade (frith a will annexed), Jamea Tonkin, Wil liam Fulle-ton (to Archibald Cume, a creditor), Joaeph Bridle, Daniel O. Bo/la, aad Thonaa CaaeU(to hit widow Emma, bom Hawklnr). Motions for letter! o( administration o( the aetatee of Kiands M'Ethooe (other arlee Fraarie Uded lloaiOand Joha Pender— to the attorney o( the pest of.UaJa each eeee—were made, aad jndaement neereed. Tidiaie ot the Will i* DasddAVexaader BoMarai...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

GOSSIP. The fatalist's favourite axiom, " what is to be will be," was Dot verified in cricketing matters last Saturday. The season was to bare been opened, but it—wasn't. When the 1 day arrived on which our devotees of the bat and ball wen to have disported themselves for the first time this season in true cricketing array, it was found that the heavy rains of the earlier portion of the week had rendered thebest of the grounds unfit to bo played on—at least, to have nsed them would bare been to do more harm to the turf in an hour or two than could have been repaired in more than as many weeks. 60 the managing powers of the M.C.C. wisely decided upon postponing their match. On the neighbouring Richmond ground there was not, either, what could be called a match. The flag was hoisted, and the wickets were pitched, but only on the outskirts of the mode ground. Sides were certainly chosen by Mr. P. Johnson and Mr. Shoosmith, but as they were not confined to the magic Eleven, each fresh m...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

CBICKET. NOTICE. [Beports of matches forinsertion in ourcolumns should reach us as early in the week a* pos sible— not later, certainly, than Tuesday evening. This is neoessary, as the oountry edition of The AaHralatiav will go tu press early on Thursday morning. Announce ments as to arrangements tor the day on which the paper is published, and which are wanted to appear in the town edition , only, may be sent in on Friday. We hope our country friends and those in other colonies will not fail to keep us posted up as to what they arc doing.—Ed. The Ave lralatian.~} All communications must be addressed to the Editor, and endorsed " Cricket."

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTS ATHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

bKvrii. > ATHLETIC SPORTS: The recebt very successful afternoon's ez* bibition in Helboticne of the skill of our amateur athletes, has giren a apurt to this useful class of amusements which it is to be hoped will not be permitted to <beout forwent of judicious fottering. So far as Tkt Alatral asian i« concerned we promise this shall not happen; and as the committee have a good surplus of the 11 sinews of war" from the last exhibition, we presume there will not be much difficulty in getting up another after noon's sport towards the end of the summer. Easter Monday has already been talked of for this purpose, and speaking with ft reserve to alter our views should we see occasion to do so, we think, with our present light, it would bo the best time that could bo chosen. As an earnest of our interest in the cause, wo abridge from the JVeW of July 16 an aooount of the OtTimc FESrrvii at Livebpool. This great festival took place on the Stli J uly, and was attended with compl...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EQUITY AND ECCLESIASTICAL JURISDICTION. OLD COURT-HOUSE/P=M/-MONDAY,OCT.3. (Before bis Honour Mr. Justice Molesworth.) IN BE — MACMONOMETE, AND THE INSOLVENT ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

EQUITY AND ECCLESIASTICAL JURISDICTION. Old Cocar-HonsE.—Mokbat, Ocr. 3. (Before bis Honour Mr. Justice Molesworth.) □I BE — MACkOyOMBTE, AND THE INSOLVENT ACTS. A role nut for compulsory Bequest ration, on the petition of Quirk, a judgement cre ditor of Macmonomnie. The role had been made returnable last Thursday, but on account of the sittings of the Appellate Court there was no sitting of a single judge in equity and insolvency on that day. Ur. Webb to-day (the first day the Court has sat since the rule iras returnable! aiksd hie Honour whether he would enlarge or post pi ne tbe role? U'B Hosom learned that no objections were Men. He thereupon postponed the rule tiU Thursday. CABBOLL V. CABBUU«_ A suit to determine whether the plaintiff or defendant has the tight to administer to the estate of the late — Carroll, deceased. The plaintiff, Catharine Maria Carroll (bom Jannar) advertised her intention to apply for letters of administration, as the widow. Her advertisement brought fo...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE COURTS, SUPREME COURT. MATRIMONIAL JURISBICTION. OLD COOURT BOUSE/P=M/-THURSDAY,SEPT.2) O'FLAHERTIE (WIFE)V.[?] BAND) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

im £OUBTS. SUPREME OOUUT. MATBIUOM1AL JUHlSDlCrlON. Ol.D Coi RT HOUSE —TlIVItSDAY, SE1T.2.V oVl-MIEliTlE (WIFE] V. O'l'LMl Kl'.Tl F. (U'.'S 11ASU). A petition by Frances J? obbius 01' lahertle, br)in Falknir, for divorce from her husbaud, Thomas Jolin Bouike O'FI ihertie, on the ground* of crnelty nod adultery. Mr. Billing for the petitioner. No appear ance for the respoudtnt. The respondent bad been nu officer in the 2nd Life Guard*. He and tko petitioner were married at Nonagb, county Tipperarv, Ireland, by the Bee. — Triphook, 011 7th June, 1850. '1 hey landed iu this colony 5th DiCttnlnr of the rnrue year. Immediately after marriage the wife sulferei consequences of liir hutbaad's impure life, which consti tute legal cruelty. Tiny lived at Wild Dog Gully, near Duuolly, Tor a tlm •, in a tent near theteiit of tbepetitiunei's brother, Frank S if- ! hr l'alkncr. While there the icspondi-ut was > guillj of repeated acts of cruelty. Tuoevi- ' deuce showed that some of these acts w...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PIGEON SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

PIGEON SHOOTING. Tlic pigeon shooting natch, at Coe's Oouit Hovel Hotel, Devil's Kitchen, came off bit | Kridor, ai announced. The first prize was £8, and the second £3; and the match re sulted in Mr. James Harrison and Mr. Isaac I Harrison malting a tie for the first prize, which they divided ; and in Mr. James Healer and Mr. Taylor Young making a tic for the second prize, which they alto divided. The following are tfio scores, * Ac.:—Mr. Thomas Wilson, 1, 0,1,0,1; total, 3. Mr. James Henley, i 1,1, 1, 1,01 total, 4. Mr. Bobert Cotton, 1, ■ 1,0,1,01 total, 3. . Mr. Jamas Harrison, 1,1, ! 1,1,lj total, 6. Mr. Isaac Harrison, 1,1,1,1,lj . total, S. Mr. Taylor Toung, 1, 0, 1, 1,1; total, & j and Mr. Bnlph Walton, 0,1,1, 0,0; total, 2. Alter this match was finished, a sweepstakes of seven, at 10s. each, was shot for,1 which resulted in a tie bottreen Mr. W. Pearson and Mr. Chris. Walton, and they divided the prize. The following are the .ecorrs:—Mr. Taylor Young, 1,1,1, J, 01 M...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NEW BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

THE KEW BOWLIX& CLUB. It is intended to open the new liouVmg. ] green at Chapel-street Station for plat this day (8thin6t.). The club when completed will con sist of 200 members, at £2 2s. first rear and £1 Is. thereafter. The bowling green is an oblong square 173ft by 143ft.; it has been drained by about 1,000ft. of drain tiles, and sown with l&wu grasses, the best of which is the English perennial rye-grass, which has sprung up on this spot with great beauty and luxuriance. The borders outside the playlug ground we raised eighteen inches above the green,"formed of fine sand and loam, and will keep clean and dry in all weathers. The fences are six feet in height, inside of which are planted a great variety of the rarest tree6 and shrubs for dtade and ornamentation. The quoiting ground is a triangular piece of around granted by the Melbourne B&ilwar Company, and *wVrDced in, and the borders plauted with vines, flowers, and flowering shrubs. The ladies and fam...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TELEGRAMS. QUEEN SCLIFE WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

TELEGRAMS. QUKKN8CMFF, Wbdothdix, The Maroo Polo ha* had one ease of smalt" pox, which was oonvaleeoent on the 18th Sep tember. Theahlp hae been detained for exa mination. A forlorn gale fens been blowing oil day, The heaith'-offioer, Dr. Owens, went off at eleven to clear the shlp.but the gale incteaetd to each a degree that he oonld not leave her until the evening. The pttot schooner BIp U also driven. Inside. The wa i.uitide ie ttemendoo*. SYDNEY, 8atdhd.it. The gale, which continued heavily until (h Is evening, is now moderating. Sergeant Smith hae died of the wound* re ceived from Morgan, The Government have called on the Bev. — Agnew (who hae remraDoed the authority. of the bishop) to show oanae why he should not be removed from the office of chaplain to (be penal department. Fegen, or Melbourne, plays ^>1a first match against Bobttts tonight, SYDNEY. Mohdat. Tbo Supreme Court have decided that church and school lands we, and always have been, held in trout by the Crown for...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

MISCELLANY. Jjouii XIV. miked Count Mahooey derstood Italian f "Yea, please yourMgjestyu wid the Count,«' if it isspoken in ,Irish" The rostmastoMlcneMi of BngkoJ to. nounces that the roonjy-order offioe lt BboaHanerebrupig will in future be called Pint. This iim merciful change. Money it very scarce et Turin, end the job of the day i» tbmt a man, baring planned successfully * robbery of the Italian Triasury,. only found m bmlmnoe of IS# freaea, X Korih Wake paper thus begina one of ito pwMmph. :~"IhetabaUtot^^bedtgocli: and the contiguous pariah « liantatrmalhafar. neitbef." A t«7 P1**"?1 sound tbow hit twenty-three lettero must hare. The following remarkable ^ advertisement mnnemre in a oontcmporaiy:—"Poaoher wanted,. Wanted, e thorough\y einoHenoed poacher by a farmer in the neighbourhood. Good encouragement will be givon. Apply by letter to , Poet-offioe, — The mother of tbe Viceroy of Egypt brought many rich ptaoents, on bnr irwt to Oouateuti. noplo, tolhcSultenendtheGourt. Con...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROWN LANDS SALES DURING THE WEEK. TOWN LOTS. NORTH[?] (CARLTON). [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

CROWN LANDS SALES DURING THE WEEK. TOWN LOTS. North Mblbocbsk (CUri-ton). County of Boorke, parttb of Jlkn Jlka, eituated lo Dratnmond, Ktfll, and Bath downe ftreetf. Immediately aoath-eait of the General Oemeteiy. Upeet price, £500 per acre, lot 1.-31 810p., £07 10* the lot. John M'Docftld. Lot 2 —Jr. 8 6-10p., £121 the lot. John1 M'Donsld. Lot 3.-51 2-lOp., £7C the lot. Fraud* Heraey. Lot 4.—It. 8 710p. £87 the lot Jatnee Lord. Lot 6-lr. 10m £121 the lot Patrick Bellij. brta G to 11-- No offer. Lot* 1 to 10.—No offtr. Lot 1L—lr., £88 the lot, George Williami. lot 12.—lr., £109 the lot Robert Showers. Lot 18.-lr. ClGBthelot B. Showers. Lot It—It. 84 *-J0p, £117 the lot John Joov. Lotm-lT.ae-lOp, £1B4 the lot. Henry BmIow. Lot 10.-31810pa £115 the lot John Ear • Lotl7.-lr. 0610(1. £250 the lob John Rjan. 16.—812-lOp., £180 the lot Wmiam J<Lrt 19.—It. 8 M0p,«U the lot Henry Lot 20.—lr. 10m £170 the lot Joseph WU llaaw. Lot 2L—844-Mm£86thelot. Jamee Lord. Lot 22.—lr, £107 t...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PUBLIC AND POLITICAL DNNER AT HELTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

ITBLIC AND I'OLTTICAL DINNER AT HELTON. On Wednesday tut, at the Bagtan Hotel, Helton, the manager* of the Kororoit, Djeniwanh, and YaagatdMk Faftnea'Oom- -< moot—vis. Hmm, Samuel Kltaoo, John i Learmootb, and Aleaander H'Pbetaon—were eo'er* lined «t a f«Uip dinner br the reddanti in the neighbourhood, In consideration of the '• efficient and faithful Wanner in which they have discharged their duties at managers of1 the above com moot da ring the last two years.: Upwards of fifty gentlemen, Including the i laie members of Parliament (or IVestBonrke, j aat down to an eroellent dinner. The ohalr wraioocopied by Mr. Thomas Smith, on erbom rigbtealtbegoeats of the evening. Mr. A.J WeaUaie, Vtoe-Praddeot of the Mdton Agri-1 cultoral Society, anted aa cronpter, end after snipte jnattoe bad been done to the many i gWdy {jjtjiffij neoriiayal topda baa < poaed, aod moat enlhuaiaellwiijr rooelved.. The toilonlng address tear tbott read and pnaented ItfltefttetuBa ' "name...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
QUENNSLAND [?] OCT.8. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

-tmiBNHUjm.'.' BMBBANW.'Oer.* be*. tbe OOonUl Tmeum«Wl' MwMa4«ad *M»,et tart*

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?] AND HIRD [?] NEW SOUTH WALLES, SYDNEY, OCT.8, [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

m curau »TO B9u> (Mt7rn,« lamp}. OTSW 8O0T0 WAJUB8, en>KBr, Oct.*. 11it Von Tftt anived iU« afternoon ; (rem Newowtle, having Wt that port on FH dsy. • •; •> £ ; The Xepaal, iron Ifyieinte, tetnp* 4700 | kwde <rf Mnr, yOO, cam ofwmonA, 1.000eu«*C «1,,WI0 «mmoC aMath*, 5« ^ofemm,uid«^erimofcl«et. The Bdctntbe. ateMKr. hw mnrfTad ban j Thwe 'Connctl ■cMeflj >ent home totbe '"ftthntoan

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