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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

BIRTHS. CAnooRWi.—Ob the Hib lint. at the CSlfton Hotel, Derbj-street, CoUlngwood, Mn, F. W. Camboume of a son. CiUiBiB.*Onthel0th lort, it the Unlwi Beak, DsyJwrfonl, the wife of Mr. Z. W. Carlisle of a dkttfbUr. Ocnua.-Oo the 17th inst., at Miltewya-vOU, Mint- I wjn-tireet, South Torn, the wife of Jeukin QtiUer I (of Collier, Ben?', mad Co.) of a daughter. Graham.—On the 9th lost., at 6 wan-street, Rich- I mood, the wife of Or. Graham oTe daughter. Hart.—On the llHhInst, at herreaJdeooe, Hfll-strwt, DaylesfonJ, the wife of Wo. Geo. Hart, town derk, of a ww. Darooiwt.—On the 14th hist, at the Wesleyaa Par sonage, Emerald-bUl, lira. John Harcourt of a soil Iagraii.—On the 14th Inst, at Belfast, Port Fbliy, the vile of Thomas Ingram, Esq., of a daughter. Ko>-©.—On the IHh inst., at Little Bourfce etreet east, the wife of Plop Kong, Esq. (of the firm of Kong ! Meng and Co.), of a eon. Liwn br.—On the 16th inst, at JoiLmont-sqaare, | East JJc'bourae, lira. WfliiAm Liaoombe of a eon....

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

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

NOTICE. Tbe next number of tin* journal—published on the 1ut d*j of the jeer—wiu oontain en index to the principal content* of Tie inMemi einee it* commencement. We take thh opportunity aleo to (tate, thet et many of toe snbecriben to Tie Amt tralaeia* puun it for the purpoee of reference, we thell, et the dote of eeeh jeer, forcith e title-page end eemplete rlanifind index, thet fit intmiisM ii it* ennoel volume*—for we look forward t) e long career of uwfnlneee may he found e reedy Been* of anuplying aneh information niny be required from time to time ** t> the pqpwiof the colony and the erenti of ita I flfog)* oopSae of Tax Avstxutfux can be ob tained foam all Tie iqcreyeob through out the colonial, etthe uniform prine of flu pence each, exdnaire of cipcner of debrerr i or the paper win be aeni direct from toe oAoe by poet toeny eddreae at 7*. 6d- per quarter, payable in advance. Complaint* of oemchmf* to he eddreaeed to the General Manager, Tie iiynodet

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE VOLUNTEERS. DRILL COMPETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

THE VOLUNTEERS. DRILL COMPETITIONS. It it with pleasure that « oall attention to the very laudable and successful attempt made by Hie sealons captain of the St Hilda Artillery Oorpj, to iofaae Into what It not un freqneutly termed Hie dry routine of drill something of the exciHug emulation which attende a rifle contest. Captain Balfour last week offered a stiver cup to tbe best drilling detachment In his corps; and the award, do)/ made by Captain Snee, staff officer, who was appointed judge, is duly chronicled in this week's Issue. Now it appears to ns that Hill competition opens up new and profitable ground. Captain Balfour'* company an artillery corps, the prise wss awarded for proficiency in gun drill; but them It no reason why tbe principle should not be ap plied to tbe rifle companies; and generally to tbe wbole force. Local and general contests tnigbtbeinsHiutedin company drill in quick and dcuble time, in the manual and platoon exercises, in file and volley firing, and in ski...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HINTS FOR THE FIELD DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

„. ____. iiw^EiSSpxililWt6 fenders, will watch the proceedings with allvcly Interest; ill naturod critics, whom tlio pr.r pored land grant has stirred up, will be ready ■nd willing to pick holes; and military officers of high rank will be present, bemad to bo strict in their observations however In clined to be generous. Indeed, the public have a reasonable right to expect a credit able display, for the etoto will probably ba called upon this yen to araut the allowance for " effectives" to 8,200 men. Nothing should lie left undone to prove that the force deservee tbe good will and the confidence recently manifested, and nothing wo believe will be. We enhjoiu a few hints which, one end all, bat young members in particular, will do well to look over on the morning of tho review, for U is astonishing how readily a man who has been well taught on the parade ground commits a mistake In the hurry and excitement of the fray. In wheeling—Keep looking out, keep fitt ing on. The eix fours tin...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE COURTS. SUPREME COURT. SITTINGS IN EQULTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

THE COURTS. SUPREME COURT. smuts* IK IQOITT. Ol,D COORTHODBX.—TPBaDAT, Did, 13. (Tkfore hie Honour Mr Juitloe Mole*worth.) WS11BTEB AMD OTHERS V. rOWIB AND OTHERS. The plaintiffs were Elisabeth Webster, William Webster, Laohlan Macklnnon, and JameB Arundtll Youl, exeoatrix end exeou P re of the will of the late Osptalu James Web»ter, of Mount Shadwell, la toe Portland district; and the defendants were Herbert rower and George Hy. Davenport (Power, Ilutlitrford, and Co.), and Robert Barks. The fuit was brenght by the plaintiffs, as mort of 16,000 sheep and 2.03) esttte, and t heir future Increase, on the Mount Shad well Station. undir a mortgtge deed executed hv the di fondant Itarke In 1853, to se cure to the late Captain Webster pay nun t of £16,566, by three Instalments of SSfilS Or. 81., £0,186 18*. 4d„ and £5,780. The two first instalment were duly paid, and a new agreement was made between Buikc and W, lister, nnder which tbe last In sfalnient of £5,760 was made payable In an e...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
APPELLATE ECCLESIASTICAL JURISDICTION, AND DIVORCE JORISDICTION. OLD COURT-HOUSE.—WEDNESDAY, DEC. 14. (Before their Honsure Chief Justice Stawell, Mr. Justice Barry, and Mr. Justice Will liams.) CONSTABLE (HUSBAND) V. CONSTABLE (WIFE), STRLBINGER, AND CLARKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

I Old Cocbthocse.—Wedkebdat, Deo. 11 (Before (belr Honture t&tefJuatice Sural, I Mr. JuttH* fiuty, md Mr, Justice WU* ; liams.) CONSTABLE (HUSBAJTI)) V. OOHBTABLE (WIPl), ■ BTREB1NGKB, AMD CLAEK1. ! A rait by Marroaduke Constable. mndut^ for din rcc froiu hits wife; Ana Ma>y. on the j pound of adultery. As at first framed, Frederick fitreblnger, muilctao, and William Clarke, juo., golabcoker, were made co-re- ! rpondi-nte; r ut by order of a judge, the co r.rpondtnt Clarke'* ntmevu removed from the rieord, and htreblnger, who 1( now out of the jurisdiction, was left the only co-respon dent. Mr. J. W. Stephen and Mr. Lswes fur the petitioner. list re was no appearance for the re tpnndent, or the CO-respondent, Streblnger. The n aterial witnesses were the petitioner and — Hilche*, who war examined in New Zealand by commission. Toe petitioner proved that, being under a necessity to leave Melbourne on bnsmcas for the Lariiian cold tit lea, be provided hie wife with a residenc...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHESS AND DRAUGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

CHESS AND DRAUGHTS. In order to give the utmost variety to the pages of J he Am*1 r<x/ori tr *t it is intended to devote sodic portion of its oolumni to all scientific and studious games, which exorcise the skill and thought of their professors and admirers. Upon the original and selected pro positions and problem* furnished in this do* partmcnt) the opinions and critioistn of all amateurs are invited. Chess Pbobleh. lib. 451. Bjr Dr. Bevel. BLACK. WHITE. White to mote, and to mate in four mores.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOLUTION OF PROBLEM IN LAST NUMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

I Solution of Pbodlsx rs last Nuxber, I WRITE. 6 LACK. Q to K Kt'» fourth K hiotm. K to K U's f.mrth Moto Anything. Q mat» "3.3. G"—Tour solution of lest week's problem i« q uite correct; and you are aborieht thst in solution of No. 1 it should be K to K's 6th, instead of Q's 8th. ** R. D."—It could not he eleoted in throe mores in the war you propose.

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

NEWS OF THE WEEK. The find arrangement* for the field-day will not lie made until next week, when General Chute, haringdfspoacdofhtogartlsoo businewin connexion with the departure of the Royal Aittlleiy battery, and Colonel Anderson g got thnmgh the quarterly inspection, having got I „ . _ they will have leisure to consult on the plans. The Easendon Railway is doasd, and therefore cannot be used, bat the Volunteers will be taken down to Footacrny by the Vic torian line. Operations will oomtnenoe there, and the river will be crowed by a pontoon bridge, which the Engineers and the Naval Brigade will construct. There will be no divi sion of the force into an attacking and repel llngparty, as was at first supposed, out the men will act together against an'imaginary foe. The Sandhurst and BaUarat canity corps leave their respective towns by train at 8 a jo. on the morning of the 80th hist., | picking np the other troops on the line as they ] come down. As to refreshments, it is under. { ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LAND GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

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Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DIVORCE JURISDICTION. NEW COURT-HOPUSE.—THURSDAY, DEC. 15. (Before their Honours Chief Justice Stawell, Mr. Justice Birry, and Mr. Justice Williams.) BUSINESS OF OTHE COURT.—JUDEOEMINTS. MOLLESWORTH (WIFE) V MOLESWORTH (HUSBAND). [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

D1Y0RCK JTOISDIOROV. NswCodm-bopbe.—Tnoun&f, Dig. 16, (Before their Hooonri Chief Justice Btewell, Mr. Justice Bitty, and Mr. Justice WU* htmi.) BBBIMM Ot TUB COOBT.—JDD0EH1BT8. ilOLUWOBTB (WIT*) V. BOLESWOBTH (BUS BBB»). This obo came on u> bo heard on the -wife'* petition for • judicial separation, on the ground of CTuclty, and on the cross petition "iialseQa or prayer of the husband fora jodlcfal sepa ration, on the gronnd of adultery. The find ings of thejury on issues of fact lately tried In fore the Chief Justice afforded the basle of fact on wbfob the arguments of oounael were founded. Those finding were as folio*:— Mr. Oaireon and Mr. Wood for Mrs. Moles worth. Mr. Micble and Mr. Billing for Mr. Holei wnrlh. Mr. DawbOji.—The disparity Id the ages of the petitioner and respondent in this case is a point not to be overlooked In determining the character of their conduct. lie being bis wile's senior by leventeen years, the influence he should and might have exticierd...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW COURT-HOUSE.—FRIDAY, DEC. 16. 'Before their Honours Chief Justice Stawekk, Mr. Justice Barry, and Mr. Justice Willliams.) MOLESWORTH (WIFE) V MOLESWORTH (HUSBAND). CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

New Cotmr-hodse.—fridat, Dec. 16. .Before their Honoun Chief Joitlce Btawall, Mr. Jualice Barry, and Ur. Jaattoo Wit llama.) irOttflVOBTH (win) V.MOUSSWORTH (HUSBjUTD). _ _ —CONTINUED, tat. billujo stated that Mr. Hlchlq vu prevented by ill-health from addressing the Court. He added to the eases already cited that of Ortm e. Greet, 88 L. J., Mat. Caa, 88. Mr. Dawbob replied, for the petitioner. One argument strongly need on the other aide ie band on an extraordinary theory of condonation—a theory baaed on a principle which hie no analogy in the law, and for which no legal vocabulary fnmiahee a fit ex pression. Perhaps it is beat stated by laying that It is baaed on what may be called the "duality of the wlfe,"sinoe, according to it, the wi'e may by such acta of condonation aa occurred in Ibis case be restored by them in btr physical relation to her husband, but o&restorea and unaffected by tbem in every other relation. If by theee acts be did not restore her position eea wif...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SITTINGS IN BANCO IN HILART TERM. THE BARK OF AUSTRALIA V BROCK AND OTHERES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

Emmas u Bssoo ra Hiukt Tbem. TBE pAXK'Or iVmLXU&U V. BBOCK ASS • i' STUBS.' Do tbe but day »f HUarrTarm. tto Oonrt deliuird ,foefoU»*lpg leterani judgement He .action hU'broj^t'by foe pauk egalnat tie dtfeLdaMt'ob a 'seematee potto. tar •bleb Uie> iowr«l; tb» bfok eifolnttjLQBeel through tie fundi of cleiks. The rerairt wse lor foe plaintiff^ fcot iniinfii badbeen oh-' <einrdlorai.onfbltorttetrtr ' Tte Cautr J^noia-j-In foil caua rale, •til lied bera obtained for a nooault and •Ira for i seer tHil, the ground for a solicit belts that proof bed not been glnn of dcllvtrr m a .notice. In com?, pilar ce with \,tbe" eeoond .condition' fen der* d on tbr poliey. The ntiUoe stten.lt •aanllesyd. did spt ooiiUIn foil pa; " " of the claim, end bad not .been d within the ibne' rrquired by the ccadttloa. - The Una pertof that oondl ynectifaee diltwiy ofthe .notice Imap etrli «m dUcovefy," bo; pot to givp kuj fotcc to the latter'pani'itu tteoeaiary to hold that the, agid " I...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MINING. SUMMARY OF THE WEEK'S NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

MINING. SUMMARY OP THE WEEK'S NEWS. The new* jort reoelved from'New Zealand If, on the whole, favourable, as before, though not of an exciting character. Alter having been rather broken lor sometime, the weather had cleared op again, and work tree proceed-' ing without interruption on ell foe different' fieldr. The M'Phcraon'a Flat rush had boon successful, in regard to'tbe profitable employ ment of about a thomand men, tint no "pile" claims were opened there, the gold bqlogwery evenly distributed. over a wide extent of ground. The yield rune between four and ten :i pennyweight! to the load, and the sink ing is mostly shallow. A grew ruih at" Black's had also beoome of some im portance. Fine weather had net In at the Wakamarlna, bat on the inhsldeuoeof the wateri some of the clatma which had been watched for so long a time turned ont to be worthless. 8creral spots were, however, yielding well, bot there appears to be no voom for a number of people on any of these.' Tie excitement ca...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TALBOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

TALBOT. We bin bad quite. a little mania here daring the latter part of the peat week, principally owlrg to the splendid return of the' "Pioneer" Company, they having mora than doubled their former returns last week by. placing 74oa. (amongst which was a nugget of .between 16m. and 10m.) to their credit This, together with the Darling's 20qp« Orientals' 16oz., Blank Ball Buz., and Qreat Tunnel 100a., all In close oonnezion with eaoh other, provee that the.-golden deposilsat Mount Greenock are and will be very heavy. The fibus Market has felt-the excitement, and ahates in adjoining olahnehave risen rapidly. From the vicinity of Becky Flat the mining news is most cheering. The Boyal Standard Company In main-driving have strnok an excellent prospect of Joe. to lee. per load, at 200 fact from the old face in a southerly direotton. Shares in this company have consequently almost doubled tbefrvelce. logon's Paddock Qompany .in the adjoining ground have benefited Tjylhls discovery, as It' ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PORT OF HOBERT TOWN. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

fOET OF BOBEBT TOWN. Dec. li.—Helen 8. rage, for Pert Albeit. Dec. 1#.—Boomerang, toflwlony; Btimonl, for Melbourne. The celebrated eblp Bad Ja&et, ot the White SUr line, anchored lo Hobaoub Bay Ute on Tueatay erea* lug. ^MlUraaool<atleMBe|rtnib«rihidn' markablj light and baffling wtnda to the equator, which rie uniorfltoU»87thQdoto,bk«. Wdeg. ftaria. W„ then bat not B.E trader tallowed by the wind going Into the southward and continuing there until the ihlp croacd the meridian of Greenwich :pet«ed the uuidka of the Gape of Oood Hope oo the Clod November, lo let. 4Meg. 8.: and (face then bu had Hfbtiriiidi from toH.W. Oaptabi Pope reports that on the 89th November, when la lit. 49deg. lGmla. fi, and toa.51dag. Stalin. E.t be saw two_Ui^e Icebergs. The Red Joael reached foil PhUip Hl _ early Mi the 19th ttteb , where aba was plaoed In quarto tine, bat after latMhifflJteea riefcand ooavatacent tine, bat after letuuif elteea riefcand convalescent ptr sengen, die wee ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL. The Australian Office, Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

COMMERCIAL. TU AuttraUiim OStt, Sttnrday Etmlnc. In the import autkete Dm ni literally nothing doing to4v. Purcbaeete wBl not operate beyond the extent of abiolnte re quirement*, end on the other hand, holden mwiad^Ml to tdl nnleaot follr cur rent nter. The market* of eaatem Awlnlli an reported to be well aopplted with beead atnfit. Beeping In aome of the more northern dktrlcta bee commcnnrd. and rtmioar lira gtnernllrn Mr report •» to the quantity of grain likely to to gathered la.1 Prtrate advice* too® Adelaide (tale that compara tively Utile wheat la offering then, aadaoM tinder 7a Oepe barter le Bottobaprooamd vnder 2a W. to 2a lOd. per taabeL Monday Evening. Boatnoe oontinoae remarkably quiet. Ko ■ tranractioc* of av Iwportanne have been repented, nor an we likely to hear of, any until the holiday ia peer; and the adrioea by the SagUrh November maQ ate to head, Fine adt te inquired tot, hat the' prieea offered ere below the reqalnmeote of bolder*. 4600 boahtU of ttalt, In tonka...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BALLARAT MINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

BALLAEAT MINES. Ucnn, Junei fimitb, Wtltet Kington, And William Oldham, iharebrokere of Billarat, report aa follow*:— fleturday Ermine.—Homo Om havotlria «tdc ra)'lved snore than the una] amount of attention. Considering the duluew oI the imsoo. tnpM^ bare been U»e In Cheat OoIL Scottish and Ocrnitb, KetatTs, and Bend of Hop«7 The half ba%Lce at met of our taoki being eo near at hand, force a great deal of readily saleable stock Into the market, and this will account in ffllt iMin>a fn* Om ■■■■ A ■! tuJ«,M •.« - «* << . — "—""i <"» nm« ww wnntDt in a Kt* **,*** txtaff *> well supplied ? latire acriD .Should tamaln a At-nm (« tk. mu jattre ecrlp aheold remain a drug to the market. JMfent mj he. laid to hare tnduteed pretty heavily lalcty inchmp foreign iurnrica, and now having dla corcred Uiit the dutim abe baa had to par were excet anrananenUra, abe fiodi heraeU in the poattton of offering thorn traik nnenn omfntlj. ol nt»« «nl prtoaol tharaw m...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CROOKED RIVER. TALBOTVILLE, DEC, 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

CROOKED RIVER. (ntov thb couespoxdsct or *he oipm LAID TIMES ) TALBOTVILLE, Due 10. Some font months ago there was one con tinual cry by dlsooverers of reef* in this dis trict, " How are we to cany on without means, unless we have the assistance of capi talists?" "Ah," said some of those (who, to benefit themselves generally, throw cold water on the bona of other), " what men possessing capital win care abont suffering the privations of a trip to the Crooked Biver, to travel had roads,: obtain bad aocommods Hon, and probably on arriving here be dis gusted with the newly-discovered reef, and the general appearance of the auriferous portion of our mountain f' How far the opinion of these wiseacres may have been confirmed or ratified wo are now in a position to judge. I have ranch pleasure in informing your readers, that independent of the inspection of personal friends, I have also the assurance of reefing capitalists, as well as gentlemen Who have invested largely in the famed Wood's...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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