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MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

*HNIN^NOTES.< Sound will be oontlnued tftor the Cbrietmu holl y*. The toUowtag mlnln* iloU. bin .tew tfuwptol, to Inn.. WUli«n lArfco MdBow:-M5»U»rint - United, esot-; Oointt Comply, Mn,/ Jflbpoton Oompmnr, 86ot.; Notion Oomgkaj, Mae.: OaWHiae Beef . tew I Bill ^Derieedo^),. :: The ocaounu reoekedby ItS TTOUud dtme end Sain Tram the A voce AJeocletlon ate y<W pro ■nle|n([. The meneger (Mr. HeTO«n) inp(Bti tnu be huwtehedt*«l»« etn&' tneiMMt oC iJ&tttAm. the drlree. The first oleren produced tSoe. i end on Se tadey be touted. one n»chlne, produatne: 90S. ddert., to which ni e btndMise nugffW of iot Helarttier report, {that es be proceeds In the drires the ground looks better. _ Beehive Mining Awodstitra, Tarrenfower. — Daringthe week endingtbe 17th tail..PUton* were crushed (executive of the ttfbaten* wme)^ yield log from pah and ripples Ihftoc. fdtft. of amalgam. <Zbe atone now naming op looks remarkably good. The trlbaters* blocks al...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ESSENCE OF PARLIAMENT. THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, DEC. 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

ESSENCE OF PARLIAMENT. THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday, Dec. 20. Mr. CAMrHELL moved for returns relating to the several elections of members of the Legislative Council from 1666 to 1861. The motion waseeoonded by Mr. Mitchell, and carried. Mr. Mitchell (In the absenoe of Mr. Sladen) moved for returns shoving the amount available for assisted Immigration daring the last three years, and the amount expended. The motion was agreed to. After a discussion as to whether there should be another Bitting before the Christ- j mas recess, the House adjourned until Thurs day.

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

1MP0UNDINGS. Bex von.—Impounded at Belvoir, by Mutagen of , Belvoir Towd Common. Trespass la. jiev headRed and white oow, hoop horns, near ear marked, anchor T over 8 off rump, DW off ribs; red heifer yearling, white on thighs, off ear marked, IH off romp, J off Moulder; roan oow, hoop boras, off ear marked, IH off romp, 3 off Milder; roan yearling heifer, tin fa*OTd«*i, progeny i& and white spotted noley cow, off earmarked, bo. off tail, IK off rump, 3 off shoulder, DW off ribs. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 18Ui January, 1865. Henet McLllref, Foundkeeper. Buotkvoko. — Impounded at Bonlnyong Shire Pound, 6th December, 1864, by 3. Sinclair, for the Managers. Trespass Gd. kottoe aeut to supposed owner:—Red poiey oow, ears marked, star, white on tail, rump, end belly, near ribs JM, off rump and shoulder 3 B conjoined, off ribe PM over JW. On 10th December, by the same. Trespass KkWhite and red spotted bull* no visible brands. If not claimed and erpensee pah),...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. The Australasian Office, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

MELBOURNE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. The Australasian Office, Wednesday Erector. Tbe transactions In commercial aSiIn since our last publication bare been ao utterly devoid of spirit or animation as to reoder any report of Interest to traders and country dealer* quite impracticable. The various failures which bar* from time to time been reported, have Induced great caution In effecting vales, and Uxe continued uncertainty respecting the pre sumed changes In the present tariff, quite de tea purchases of any extent beyond those for immediate use. Tbe ordinary Christmas require ments have mealed some trifling demand in goods usually is request for tbe season, but tbe amount of orders has been in tbe aggregate of too small im portance Unfavourably influence prices. Holders of foreign flour are pushing the market, but bare over stayed their time, the new wheat having come to baud from South Australia, end our own crops in several districts being under the sickle. Bulk been are in better d...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE MARKETS. WEDNESDAY, DEC, 21. THE MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

MELBOURNE MARKETS. ■ WfoniMY, Deo. 21. TOEMiiis. Demand fbr'flour bu Men etel/. but with tta ckiM rpprbfrt tof>Jj»rro*t?puroha*es hare becom?*»r, tnu© Halted extent. Flu© rilkrirewid flour setts at frnm £2017". ill to All per ton; lim, at 1*. 31. per < burial f tatofcri, from 4x2 to £23 per too. RETAIL JtABKETS. Butchers'. Meat., to 61 per lb,; mutton, SM.to6l daTyrrf. ta to $1 do.; pork, 74. to 6i do.—ell ■ imvir to quality. PotfKry.-^owti, j 6a. fld. to 7a per pair; feeee, Ifia to 18a. do.; ducks, fa to fia to S3*, do.; cheese, 61 to 101JWT lb.:ocn, 1a. 81 to to. 9d. P?* do*©0.* batter, fresh, 104. to ll ■ per lb.; brood, 91 to 111 4otf; nBk, 41 to 71 por quit. Good oorood beef canbe purchased for l)d. to SI per lb., Olid fiofc-quartei* of snrttori tor Sd. per lb. HIT MARKET. The supply-«h*s quite equdled the demand, but price* tare undergone no noticeoblo variation. Old tay erf prime tort* It near'y out of the mvfcet; be<t new bay. truiusd/brings A* per t...

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

8ATDBDAY, DECEMBER jM» MM. An Anatolian Cfaiatmaa Ja to moat of na for tfaa mat «towit * miwM tint. and a miwM tiaw. We aMjor it m it 1% bat eannot help tirinking afrit it matonaaaaa. Wlia tliaa anaPAaaa doaw ha awaj^aadfta itoaBaaH&i of oldtinua AaQharebdad btodionaaa aha thapaach^teadimyaiMadbaaM lag tw avam Ska wild dowan oat of tha oofl, hm awnOadfato tfca the Christian yew will link itself in ■ these Southern dimes with ideas only | of the bright blue skies, the gbiy of the sunshine, the crisping seas,^ and translucent air which enwrapo us like a j mantle. Those, however, who have only j quitted the fatherland within a very few yearn—years which seem only to invest the old people and scenes with tenderer hues—cannot forget so soon. To them the return of Christmas brings inevitably the thoughts of the land and the facee that they most probably may never see again. To those who have been for years away from the fatherland the -huga is more easy. While Mel bourne Sydney, H...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NOTES AND QUERIES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALISIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

NOTES AND QUERIES. TO TBS SDITtB C* CBS , Sir,—In jaer ImI tew » cowyte (O.B.) vm inquiring tor infnrntiwi respect ing the mode of graving preiifc gaa, tte fx toning, and quantity of tted required per For genenl puipcaet, it hae tat taU that thie gnua ia quite equal to any of the wl tirated, in ita feeding end fattening ctptHlitiw It adapti itadf to moderately food groond, bat prefan a deep aih eoS. It poiae tlaiudaime of teed (etak, by-the-byr, tbrA itedf raj readily), and each pleat thmai eat aa large e quantity of ateeaa aaanygmMlta acquainted with. If the aead be juditreaty cboaeo, aad town ia aeaaoa, npac a prepared aeed bed, the weight of fodder (re duced per acre it abnoat incredihle. I tare now in my office a email boodle, orer tire fret long, grown at Pentridga, tmd ahicb I >a aaured ia the "third"* Oil reawa lb prepare the had a good deep (doogbiaf a nceeamiy, and the naaal operaticoa pteeediig the towing of any other great or eereeL Ifrown alooe, SQib. of good aoead te...

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

RAMBLES IN NEW SOUTH WALES. Bt Cokio. Genteel society iru, in 1883, at • low ebb in Sydney j not that there wen so very few person* who had been aeenatomed to a polished life, but became then wen to few interchanges of the courteeiee of genteel society, and eren et the pablio placet of ammement the principle eeate wen generally filed with that elate of people who nay be termed cross-bred—and. yery cross-bred indeed many of them were. In the Sydney theatre I bare myeelf teen, on a gala night, the ltdiee (P) in the dteaa boxes freely drinking gingeibeer "with astickin it"—that wit, gingerbeer and brandy; while the gentlemen who attended npon them in dulged1 in language neither chatte nor elegant. Nor wen these people the dregs or the sediment of the population of Sydney. In most cases they aspired to bold the same posi tion in society that cream does on milk, after the latter has been allowed to remain quiet for a time. Among the husbands of these ladies were many men holding good pos...

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

FLORAL FANCIES. THE HOLLYHOCK. Be&u Brammen, in one of hit eublime flights of impudence, once talked of " cutting Wain," meaning a prince of that name, and " bring ing the old king into fashion." In the internets of Victorian gardening, decorative and oottage, we sadly want a little cutting of new favourites, and revival of that old-fashioned stately flower, the hollyhock. Buch a revival hae within a few yearn taken place with great picturesque effect in England, and generally throughout Europe, and the hollyhock hae beoome even more faihionable and prized than in the days of our grandfather* and great-grandfather!. And truly it is a noblo flower, the most suit able perhaps amongst herbaceous plants for the decorative style which, with cultivation and improved tastes, has become general in the middle walks of life, and well deserves the warm etdogium of the elegant author of the "Foetry of Gardening." Speaking of the ehrube and flowers or groups of them on the verge of the l...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOOL-WASHING MACHINERY AT CQLBINALLBIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

WOOL-WASHING MACHINERY AT CQLBINALLBIN. Amongst other undertaking! and experi ments of the enterprising proprietors of this station is one of ranch importance to the wool-growing interest in these colonies— namely, the testing, practically, and on a large scale, whether sheep cannot be most advan tageously shorn in the grease, and the wool ■coated on each station largely enough to allow of the outlay on machinery. Tims only, wherever the scouring is performed, csn the wool be got op in the condition most suitable for the English market The question of whether sheep can be most profitably shorn in the grease or after hav ing been washed,, is being answered by the gradual abandonment by the owners of the washing part of the business, and the seed ing to town each year of a greater propor tion of greasy wooL This mode of proceed ing saves trouble and loss of time to the •beep-owner, and the wool can beeent home to the manufacturer in a better state for him than if it had been partially...

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

TOWN NEWS. Dr. William Alexander Macklnacm, of the 67th Begimant, now holding the appointment of sanatory offioer to Ear Majesty's force* la New Zealand, ha* hen created a O.B. Tfahl honour ia a reward for distinguished ear vIom in the Qrimea, ad Alma, Balaclara, and Kertch, and ia the Taraaald, Walkato, and Tanranga campaign* of the Now Zealand war. Dr. Yonl held an lnqoest on Sxtorday, at 8t. Elide, upon the body of David Duncan, who died suddenly on the previous day while bathing at Kenny's bathe. When in the water deceased seemed suddenly to lose the power of motion, and floated in the water in a posture which attracted the notice of those who were near. He was got out a* soon aa possible, but when bronght to land he was found to be quite dead. The pott mortem ex amination proved death to be the remit of sanguineous apoplexy, and the jury returned a verdict to that effect. We observe from the Timet that the tender of Messrs. Cargill and Co. for the carriage of the English mail* ...

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

GENERAL NEWS. Amnbican Debt.—The Times Bays that by Mb veil next, when Mr. Lincoln will begin his arrow! lenn, (Vic debt of the North will ■mount to £700,000,000. The interest of this debt will be at least £42,000,000. Bovai. Linkage of tiik Ciiancelkob of vntE Excuequeb.—It is not generally known that the Chancellor of the Exchequer is a dreeendnnt of two royal houses. Sir Bernard UurVe'e recently publifclicd " Royal Dcs route gives the pedigree cf the Gladstone family, Olid shows a descent from Henry 111., King of England, and Robert Bruce, King of Scotland. Lady Joan Beaufort, a descendant of Henry 111., married Jnmcs I. of Scolland, a descend ant nf Bruce; and from this alliance is clearly traced the descent of Andrew Robertson, Sheriff-Substitute of Ross, whose daughter Antic married Sir John Gladstone, Bart., of Eosque and Balfour, and bore several sons, in cluding the Chancellor of the Exchequer.— Liverpool Herrtiry. PoimcAi Consequences of the Pr.o rosLD Mabbiaoe of tiik Cza...

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

RIGHTS A'ND PRIVILEGES OF THE JUDGES. Au elaborate correspondence between HU Excclhucy ibe Gjoruor, the judges of the Supreme Court, md the Attorney-General, re loti\o to ceitalu claims end privileges or 1 Jit- lui.'ptf, has b en laid before Parliament, Tl.ie i«:olv«s itfelf into two branches—liret, tl i- eoi;osp<ndcre,i viili Sir Redmond Barry, in which what u ay be called the genirxl <iciilion of the jnegris' rights is discussed; »ral the [tc< ml relates to tiie position of Mr, Justice ili icseoith in einmxlon with tho icuiit prsc. citings io which be was personally ii.vi hid. The conclusions of the Governor in Coui ell w<re, on 21st S.ptnaber, com municated to tile v.,iio'as judges of the Supreme Couit by the Attorney-General. On the iilih, Sir It. Barry, fn a tetter to the Gov< rui r, taye :— " As the corrfFpoudence on which the otter is grounded was conducted by me, I am r< quested by the judges to inf-rm your Ex...

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

POET OP OTAGO. Dec, 7.—P.C.E , from IVeewUe; Marie Sophie, ; from Valpamto, Tta Melbotave. Dec. Commodore, for Uoereki; Hermloe, for CkQao. Dec. 0.—Star of TumaaU, for Oamaru (to load wool); Malcolm, for NewcwU*.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIPPING. HOBSON'S BAY. ARBIVED.-DEC. 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 24 December 1864

SHIPPING. HOBSON'6 BAT. ARBIYED.-Dic. 17. ' Edint, «.«.! 800 tost, John T. Bolls, firon P^rllind 191) PMecnran—<*Wn: Mrs. and MksUviag •tone, and Capuin U'Eachora; and om In the ateenpe. 8. G. Henty, stent. Hestm. it. W. Lucaa, from Portland, Port PW7, and U'anvambool, litb lost. Psaeengen—<salooo : IUm AUnhsli, UUm fioeh', Ali» BsjIf. Air. and AUs. AlnUn, Br. and lira. lloUtck and three chQitren. tteaxv. Twnley, 8. il*Gnr>r#T B. Bottock, Hlc*, frowning, AUofcertie, Leetch; and eight in cteersge. T. Broom, from Glppo Land Ului 1M lint. Fwoonjen—able : Mian. OiUnU, Thoenpooo, To mo, D. lfdola, Etaom, Fculumbeig, whit*, Murdoch, VArthur, Coa-ell, Lewta, lantry. GDL Dr. Gudkr; and tnnljdvoiii the ■teeli.e. Hall, Kellley, aad On., agonta. Quko at Beauty. .hip, 1,14 tow, Tham«a aad Mereey line, Bobort C&opmur, from Liverpool Bop. lember 1. fmn taUa: Mr. and Mrs. Fentoo and tally (three). Mr. aad Ml* Lowrte, Man. Fro too (too), Oaptala Lowrte; aad thtrty-e...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NOTES ON FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

[ r»mon matter, contimuifiom tie iOipape.'] NOTES ON FRUIT. The mulbeirj (Morna nigra) U a native o( rerela. and floorlebw In • warm climate, or in ebeltend iltoatkm* in oool dlatrlcta. >Vrbere it ia extensively cultivated, wine la nado from II. In Devonshire, a portion of tbe juioe fermented with Older pradaoee • delictum beverage, called " Mulberry Older,' and retain* It* flavour for man/ month*. Tbis species of ranlbeny 1* rueful planted to gliclter more delioate binds of plant*; It also make* a capital hedge plant. The Pear.—Mr. Rivera, one of our most successful pear cultivator*, recommend*. In planting pear treea on qutnoe ntooks, to plant them at tuch a depth that the stock majr be covered up to its junction with tbe graft. This is effected bp raising np a small mound of rlcb compost around It, a contrivance which Induces tbe graft to emit toots into the surface noil, end also beep* the atock from It coming hard or bsrk*boand. For dwarf and early fruiting trees tbe quince ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FURTHER TRACES OF DR. LEICHHARDTS PARTY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

]■' v i;th er traces of dr. leich gardts party. TO TOE EDITOB Of THE APBTBAfilBltH, Sir,—The return of our fellow colonist Mr. Jiuncnn U'Intjra{ of Glengower, from a moet ' important eiplonng journey to tbe Ghilf of thrpentaria, during which our knowledge of the movements of Leichhardt and bie part; Pas been wide]; extended, prompts us to request your powerful oupport ui a call ou all Australia not to allow the late of this intrepid, self-sacrificing, and perhaps not perished ex plorer to remain an; longer concealed in mystery. The occasion is simultaneous^; ii fiord e'd us, through the attentive courtesy of Mr. M'lntyre, to promulgate in a brief out line the main results of the geographisal achievements of this gentleman, who at onoe so brilliant!; has entered on the eventful stage of Australian exploration, on which we shall still liare to witness man; a stirring scene. Ur. M'lntyre started from the Paroo, travelled on wards'to Cooper's Oreek, which be oroeeed at latitude 26deg. X...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOOD'S POINT. DECEMBER 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

WOOD'S POINT. Onox tbb oouwontn* or tm AtoosJ Dmnau 38. It la extremely dlfloolt far » AMboarne I reader who kMMt iWttdH, ItfMDntkt 1 petition or natural feature* of thte Upper Goal barn dlcMok finok i walk a* 1 kin ] taken would, 1 im*cio*t be iafcaUeiif where eS*e In the colony hot In the villey of tba Goulborn. Pictareeqee ma go riae on ettber hand; tin anull hat rapid river ha* worn lot Uaelf a oooih throagh the primary fcwrnatloaf. and ha»l«M barareolaaioal feat arei fifacttawi fioat the ftoate, which, naonnt thtae range* are oftea mt eerere, the moat laxodant flowering ehnibt flouiUh, and at thl* aeaaon of the year charge the air with perfuse, axxh ai 1 hare never before enjoyed In the colony. Bat ao tanked fo thanatnia of the vegetation that it word! have bean quite faapoadble to enjoy it* beantiea before the diner bad opened treokl through tba aerob, and cleared patch** of limber. After he ha hem at work, moon da of tail* log*. optooied beet op.nfaoo* ofrock, de tected paddo...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HORRIBLE MURDER AT DAYLESFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

HORBIBLE MURDER AT DAYLES PORD. The following dreadful oocamoon b re ported In the Dtlctftri Szprat of Thurs days—'* Amort atrocious act ma comisittsd lest night, at tba west end of Albert-street 11m wife of Geocge Orahem, a miner, *• Msmfee hoem of taw and dene tab violated and than neat brutally Burden! Dr. DooUttiewas called to oa tba huebudb ret run from wcsh, about twelra, bat dMth must ham waned neatly two heats yre Tiooslj." The Oetflwatrae DaOf Km of U nlghtgires some further particular*. Itseje: 'Sobm fire weeks ago a man named Oeergt Graham, a miner at Daylasford, mairled a handsome young woman of eighteen ntnt who, it neat was a btreaaid la a hotel there, and had many admirers. Her bar band left her feat night at aine o'olook. to to to work, and oa returning at pijdnlght fenad bar oei tba had, reiuhed and murdered. Urn momteg Hhrtsii earn trance to the oettaaa ta the ehlmnsy. and. arrmtnd on sutploion of the erisut and aw be hroaght before tho oomwrt tngoeeSthb afternoon....

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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