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SPENCER'S GULF SOUTH AUSTRALIA.—FIGHT OF MUTTON BIRDS OFF GAMBIER ISLANDS—SEE PAGE 148. SPENCER'S GULF, SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 17 July 1869

SPESNOEE'S GULF, SOUTH AUSTRALIA.— FLIGHT OF MUTTON BIRDS OFF GAMBIER ISLANDS.— bee paoh 148. SPENCER'S GULP, SOUTH AUSTRALIA. South Australia, which extends right through our great island continent from north to Boutb, ia indented on its southern coast by two large gulfs, 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, Bituated at the mouth of the river Torrens. Separated from St. Vincent's by York Peninsula is Spenoer's Gulf, a still larger sheet of water, being about 200 miles long and 55 miles wide at the entrance. Between Gape Oataitrophe on the west side of the en trance to Spenoer's Gulf and Oape Spencer on the eastern lies the Gambler group of islands, and the picturesque promontory of Wedge Island, which is one .of the group, is a landmark to the mariner as he approaches from the south-east.'. The channel between Wedge Island and '?-? Gape Spencer gives a depth of...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News For Home Readers
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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 17 July 1869

NEW SOUTH WALES. The Ophir gold-fields are still yielding rich returns. ''?''? ?'''' ' ' ' tMn' Wyatt of Victoria has been admitted to the bar. '-' 'The 'Government have resolved to reduce the police expenditure ty JE26.O00 annually. ''The three busirangerB,yonriel,' Keevil, and Berriman, have b e'en committed for trial for the (Groulburn mail robbery.' ' '' ; A new faootidus' 'weekly paper is to be established early next month nnder the title of the Licior. -? \ - ? ' ' Ms Thueston, English Consul at the is lands, is coming to 'Sydney to give eyiderice against the Daphne. ' ? ' '?*?-'' '' DonManueii Jose ^Qotntana has been ap pointed Spanish' Consul in the place' of Don San ' Just, who 'committed snicide some weeks ago. ' ' ? ? '?'-?'' The Maitland benoh have committed p he men Sidebottom, ,Trindjle and Martiri; ;wno re- ; cently'made'y' cowardly attempt to' assassinate i ]\tr''Knbx|OhiidV jt^'e'^agiBirate of Majjtlarj^V1' '' ' '.The' Government' have aooejp ted' tofaclers for JESD...

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THE VELOCIPEDE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 17 July 1869

THE VELOCIPEDE RACES. VolooipedestriarJism ' has become a public institution, and'h'as takeQ its 'place asaongst our blyjn'pio sports. ,On ' 10th' July the' weather overhead '.' was 'propitious, and crowds took their way to the Mejbonrne pricket ^rouna to fitness the npyel raoe. ' '.Oaba in. one cpntm'uoris stream deposited thoir'/r.eight at the paddoot;a^d th'e Melbourne Omnibus Company' did' a roaring trade by conveying passengers to the ground. Since the days of the first match - between the All England Eleven and our own team, there has never been so large a number of persons on the Melbourne Cricket Club's ground. There could not have been less than 10,000 people iuBide the fence, and there were at least 2000 more who had a cheap view of the sports from the paddock. The velocipede races formed, as we have said, the great attraction, and the programme showed five of them, two for tricycles, two for bioycles arid one in which both descriptions would com pete. Two prizes were give...

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SUGAR GROWING PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 17 July 1869

SUGAR- GROWING PROSPECTS. The above heading has become quite an ejeW- day, affair in the journals of New South Walep ah(3 Qdeensldnd. Iii both countries the ^bBsibility of making arigar from the ordinary bane of .the tropics has been Droved conolu- ? sively, bat the question of profits remains to be determined when the canes attain the age dt .Which they yield their fall crop. A fair bulk of sugar has been made in both of the eastern colonies, and its quality was deemed highly satiBfaotory. The sale by auction of some of the lots waa duly reported in our columns ; the rates realised were those ruling for similar, numbers from Mauritius, so that neither prejudice nor favor had any influence in the matter. The /Sydney Mail, has just published a return of the operation of some of the New South Wales sugar growers, chiefly those on the Clarence, Manning, Macleay, Hastings, Richmond and Bellinger rivers. The return is not assumed to be complete, those only having been applied to who were...

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SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. VESSELS ARRIVED AT THE PORT OF MELBOURNE SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE JUNE MAIL. JUNE [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 17 July 1869

SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. ? v — ? ? VESSELS ABBIVED AT THE POBT OF MEL BOUBNE SINCE THE DEPABTUBE OF THE JUNE MAIL. -.-.-. June. 10. Almondo, Butch bq, 600, J. H. Hovers, from Sourabaya. 22. Thomas Brown, bq, 278, G. M. Jackson, from Corro Azul, South America. ' 22. True Briton f Mo. era Monov Wicram and SonB'l Blackball ship, 1040, Q. 3.. Butvn, from Lon don vl» Plymouth. '?'? ? 22. Gresbam, ship, 005, Wm. Boniface, from Xondon via Plymouth. ' 22. Avon, ship, 046, Jas. Macbeth, from London and Start Point. 22. Corea, American bq, 501, G. F. Bangs, from Now York.' 27. Caranjah, ship, Messrs Geo. Thompson'?, jun., lino, ' ' 891, H. O; Cleaver, from London and Plymouth. 28. Swlf cauro, ship, Messrs ' Green's Bla'ckwall ' liner, 1S2O,'V.- Stacpoole, from London and lizard. 28. City 'of London, bq', 850, 'Ba. JSmmersori, from Manilla. 28. City of Pekin, ship, 803, John Hunter, from Glasgow and Greonock. '''?' '???-???:???. '??'? 28. Ethiopian, ship, 'Aberdeen Clipper lino, 888, Wm. ' Faul...

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TWO CHILDREN BURNED TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 17 July 1869

TWO CHILiJREN BURNER TO DEATH. This very (shocking occurrence is reported by tie./ Waririiamb'ool Ex-iiJniii\er'.—' A fire occurred at Burrell's Fiat, near, Kbjrbit, on the night of Friday la&t, with1 fatal consequences, two , children ? being .joined., tb death, and dnbthbr severely Bboriju'eo; . The pai;onts, Henry Jabez Uriwin aii'a his wife; left their cottage about seven o'clock in the evening, and went ttt Kbroit, ledying their five .bhilareh in the hbuBe'l Tho Children went to bed about nine, aria ah h'bur afterward the eldest boy; a lad of thirteen*,. &w(Jk'ei dhd found, the cottage in a Blazo; Th'e tiireo elder children ihade^their eicabej Mt llie two. youngest, a boy of five years old} and a girl ot two years and ten nibidtBg remamOd. behind. . In the confusion of thf alHrm, diiil with his nightshirt on fire, the elder bby rushed outside after balling to the btnersi iiiid when .to tried to 'return he was prevented b£ the fnry of the fldmea. A girl of pe'vel...

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FATAL DISASTER AT SEA.—LOSS OF FIVE LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 17 July 1869

FATAL DISASTER AT SEA.— LOSS OF FIVE LIVES. On the arrival of tho ship Explorer in Hobson's Bay, a rumor obtained ourrenoy that she had run dewn a French ship at sea, but as Captain T rumble had not given the in formation to tiid shipping reporters, the facts did riot transpiro till he had given up his offioial . log- It appears ihni the French brirquo Brbtagriei a vessel of 646 toria; hailed Horn Bordeaux, for which port ahe was bound from Buenos Ayres; . with a oargvi of wool and tallow. , On the. 2is'i: of April at 3.20 a.m., sho had roaohed 13 deg. south and 29 . deg. 55 miri. west, when she came into collision with the ship Explorer, frqin Liverpool,, for this port, arid bo quickly. did she go down after the accident that those who were Bayed, viz. , the captain's, wife, Madame Joanne Ferriero, arid eight; of the brew, escaped almost miraculously; the lady having, when taken oh board tlie Explorer; nothing on but her night attire. She had been, Bpirib time iri the water support...

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A NEW RUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 17 July 1869

A NEW RUSH. Mr Mark Amos, Mining Surveyor, thas re ports upon the new rush at Fryer's Creek,: — ' A new ruuh has taken place within the last week to Green Valley, near Middlet'on'a Creek (about eight miles south of Fryerstbwn) ; the prospectors (two parties), having obtained gold in very remunerative quantities — one party from J. Butler's 42nd aeotion blook, and the other, party, from a place near that blook. The sinkihgia about 30 feet, through loose alluvial soil abd gravel; very wet, requiring close timbering,, and resting on a pipeclay bottom. I have as far da possible endeavored to ascer tain the quantity of gold obtained, but state ments are so conflicting at the present time that when compared I can pnly infer that those who have bottomed (viz;; two parties) have averaged at least at the rate of £20 per' maii per .week. The gold ia , very , lumpy nuggets, from £ oz tp 8 oz being obtained. The gully and its tribfatariea south (towards Hotcbmbe ..and Glerilypn) are pegged bat ...

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THE POST OFFICE CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 17 July 1869

THE POST OFFICE CLOCK. By the courtesy of Mr Ellery wo are enabled to give details of this freah utility and ornament to Melbourne. The olook occupies the uppermost chamber of the main tower (perforated on tbe four aides for the dials), and is supported on a strong iron girder in the centre of the room. The pendulum, which is over fifteen feet long, hangs from the olook frame, and passes through the floor into the belfry beneath ; both clock and pendulum are encased in a strong, glazed, dust-proof covering. The dials are lix feet diameter, and consist of ciroular frames of cast 'iron (the rings, figures, and minute marks having all been formed in one casting), glazed with ground plate glass ; their centres are aoout 80 - feet above -the level of Bourke-Btreet, and the figures are 8 inches long and 1 inoh. broad. This clock possesses great interest, not only from the peculiarity of its construction, but also from the fact that it is the first large turret clook manufactured in the co...

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PORT LOUIS, MAURITIUS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 17 July 1869

PORT LOUIS, MAURITIUS. The first portion of Mauritius sighted on approaching from the Cape of Good Hope is the Morne Brabant. Slightly to the east of this mountain, say five miles, is the small bay of Jacotet, in whioh a skirmish took nlann between those ' now friendly neighbors, tha English and French. This small fight (on looking at .the place it must have been a small fight, though represented in the history of [Mauritius an ' a daring encounter') was fought during the reign of George HI., in the year 1809, and was the first or greatest attempt that had hitherto been made for the transferment of the Mauritius, then called ' L'lle de France,' from the French to the English Government. The success of this undertaking was, however, then but partial, a sufficiently large force not being forwarded for the complete reducement of the island, until the following year. One next approaches Black River Bay, which is rather larger and muoh better fortified than Jacotet. Here there was anothe...

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THE COMMERCIAL BANK ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 17 July 1869

THE COMMERCIAL BANK ROBBERY. George Burns, convicted of defrauding the Commercial Bank by two aots of forgery, was brought up at the Bonrke General Sessions on 3rd July for sentence. The prisoner said nothing in answer to the usual question whether he had anytaing to Bay wny sentence should not be passed upon him. His Honor then addressing the prisoner, said : — You have nothing further to say, I think. Well, I have bad an oppor tunity of conferring with my brother magta trates, and we have come to what we bolieve iti be. a proper conclusion. We heard yesterday the features of the case, and Mr. Ctiarles Sinythe made a very strong appeal . to the court on your behalf. We are inoliritia to ptty attention to this in consideration of yorir youth, yet we have a duty .id porform to the public. This is a oommeroial case, and yotir frauds have been to ad great an extent that considering your age exbltes a feeling of wonderment. A part of tho property has certaiilly been recovered; but that ...

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THE NEW TRADES HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 17 July 1869

THE NEW TRADES HALL. A meeting was held, 21st June, in the Trades Hall, having for its object .the. establishment of a permanent and substantial Trades Hall on the land adjoining the present building. There were on the platform, in addition to the Chief Justioo, the Attorney-General, Mr Wrixon, Mr Fellows, Mr M'Koan, Mr Bartt, Mr Langton, M.L.A.a., Mr Rolfe, and other gentlemen. Sir W. F. Stawbli., on taking tho chair, said that before the business of the meeting commenced he wished to' thank them for affording him on opportunity of being engaged in the good work they were all participating in. Neither he nor those present had much leisure at their disposal, but it rejoiced him to see tho subject of the ereotion of a new hall taken np, as he knew it would tend to, promote the moral advancement of the people; and he further rejoiced to take part in the movement, because it was began by the working men themselves. He felt sure that their movement,' begun as it wag in a healthy, honest...

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CLOSING OF THE EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 17 July 1869

CLOSING OF THE EXHIBITION. The grand concert with whioh the Fino Arts Exhibition closed took, place, 20th June, and was a grand Buccees. Upwards of 1600 persons were present. A few minutes before eight tHo VinA.rni»n.1 ?nurtv entered ths hall, and were conducted by . Sir Redmond Barry to the dais ereoted for them facing tho singers. Space will not permit of any critique on tbe concert ; suffice it to Bay that it paesed off well. As aoon as the first portion of the concert was concluded, Sir Redmond Barry Btepped up in front of the, Govornor, and in tho mime of the trustees begged to tender their thanks to his Excellency for the patronage he hud bestowed upon their undertaking. He also expressed the thanka of the trustees to the ladies and gentlemen who had lent their pictures and works of art, , nnd had not hesitated to despoil their private houses in order to produce the magnificent .collection they saw around them. The results of the exhibition would be found to bo interesting. Th...

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 17 July 1869

THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE. The following notioe, bearing the signature of the .Registrar, Mr C. F. A'Beokett, has been posted at the University : — ' The Vice-Chancellor (A. C. Brownleas, Esq., M.D.) offers a prize of twenty guineas for the best English essay, open to all matriculated students of the University not of standing for the degree of Master of Arts. Subject: 'The wanderings of Ulysses from Troy to Ithaoa; ' a narrative, based on the Odyssey, not to exceed 40 poge3 of the 8vo. edition of Maoaulay'a essays. The essays to be Bent to tho Registrar on or before the 1st day of March, 1870.' ? The barque Douglas, Captain Sayers, sailed fromNewcastlo on the 4th May, coal laden, bound for Yokohama, Japan, and five days after, viz., the 9th May, struck on a reef not laid down in the captain's charts, in longi tude 160-20 E., latitude 29 50 S. The vessel soon became a total wreck. Tho crew attempted to launch the boats, bnt they were unable to do so successfully, both boats being ...

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GREAT "GOLD-STEALING" CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 17 July 1869

GREAT 'GOLD-STEALING' CASE. The case of the Bonsbaw Company v. Philip Davis, late mining manager of tho Prince of Wales Company, for stealing 1000 ounces of gold, the property of the Queon, was conoluded on 23rd June, at the Ballnrat Police Court, when the nrisoner. Mr Davis, was com mitted for trial at the next Circuit Court, bail being his own security for £500, and two others of £250 . each. The . defence was all reserved for the Circuit Court proceed ings. Some notable features of tho case are thus commented upon by tbe Star : — ' The charge, against Mr Philip Davis, of the Prince of Wales Company, of stealing gold, the property of the Queen, may possibly load to some ouriouB complications. . If . the Prince of Wales Company is guilty . of robbing her Ma jesty because the gold was on private property, it is to be preaumed that the Bonshaw Com pany is guilty also, and we understand that this is to be tried in dae time. But another com plication has occurred in the case. We are in...

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PRINCES-STREET, DUNEDIN. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 17 July 1869

PRINCES-STEEET, DUNEDIN. This street is the main thoroughfare of Dunedin, skirting the bay at the foot of the bills, on which the larger portion of tbe town is Bituated. The ground ocoupied by Prinoe's Btreet has been levelled within the last few years, and now presents a very different ap pearance, from what it did--- eight --years ago, ?? before the influx of a Viotorian population.. At that time it ran over two* outlyirig^topurs of the .main range and crossed two swampi* one at the foot of Rattray-street, and the other further east, where the Octagon is now built. The view given is from the top of Jetty-street, and the first building on the right is the Provincial Chambers. ? The Provincial Government invited competitive designs for the ; Provincial buildings, and about eight sets ; of drawings were submitted. Thoie prepared by Messrs Mason and Clayton were seleoted. The building is nearly square, having about lbO feet frontage to both Princes and Water streets. The approach to t...

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VICTORIAN PERMANENT BUILDING SOCIETY'S NEW OFFICES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 17 July 1869

VICTORIAN PERMANENT BUILDING SOCIETY'S NEW OFFICES. This sooiety was established in August, 1865, on the model of the ' Scottish Property Investment Company,' Edinburgh. It intro duced principles into the working of building ?moieties urevionslv unknown in this oolonv. and its advantages have been so appreciated by the public, that its growth has been unprece dently rapid. At the preient time it numbers about 8500 investors, 800 borrowers, and 1500 depositors. The receipts (for the current year have been about £150,000, and it has advanced about £130,000 to its members on freehold se curities. The managing committee, finding their buBineis rapidly increasing, determined to erect more commodious premises, and with this view purchased an allotment of land in the beat port of Collins-street east, for the purpose of erecting new offices. The front buildings will be three stories in height, with a warehouse and store in the rear, and a large cellar under neath. The society will occupy a ...

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THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 17 July 1869

THE MONTH. The Royal Mail steamer Geelong, .with the' European mails, arrived at the Heads about' three o'clock p.m., 7th July, two days before! her contract time. The newe received was rather startling at the time, and calculated to excite apprehension that war between America and England was inevitable. Fuller reflection, however, and a careful consideration of what Mr Snmner did, say, has led to the conclusion that neither hiB speech nor his purpose was so bellicose as Home would fain make.it out to be. ?':?.,.,,.?.-. . : ? ?.. -?-.??:.-.? . The 1st of Julyis kept as a sort of holiday in commemoration of the separation of Victoria from New South -Wales , Some shops are kept open, for ' Separation Day' can scarcely have the same associations for recent arrivals as it haa for the old colonists who were here before the gold time ; bnt all Government, insurance companies, merchant's offices and bonks are closed, and little or no business is done. Of course there were to he out door r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 17 July 1869

KBUSE'S FLUID MAGNESIA. KRUSE'S INSECTICIDE, ? ? Qff PKBSIAN INSECT DESTBOYING POWDEB. ? ^ ? .^^^— y^yrp* «^^*w^ Sold by oil chemists in packets at 1b, and In tins at ? ^^-v^SSSk! *«S^v 1° 'di 6B| 10b, 15b and 20s each. ? i' JS6sr^~- ? A ^^SSV. TUb powder is unrivalled in destroying Fleas, Bags, ??'^5Ss&*«_ L*4?&&i*^ Kk^VV Ante, BTIbb, GookroaobOB, Bootlos, Gnats, MosquitoeB, ?' ' ' wJ£flFT*f4 rg&SfB Om-SfA Moths in Fure, and every othor species of InBoots in ?? IJSfJJSSJ/ ?'JSwSK ?fi-ITl.'SX aU Btages of motamorpnosiB, whilst it has no qualities /Jg-»K%STbliryfcy/T/i . IKl*g»gA\ ; deleterious to hnman boingB, and is quite harmless in Ira k&3srvRP^V^mWir tcVV Its application to DogB, Oats, Poultry, &c, IIS' Sfcfflvfc, , iliSlOli'Kl Ell ? ' Bold wholOBalo by tho Manufacturers, . . I P**k rw^ftrM wrPnifirn 9 JI felton, gbihwade & oo. 11*710' ill*m aff-l-^TwS^'S9m 34FUndere-Iano WoBt, and Bond-Btroet, Melbourne. ^^^IW^IMi/^r^il^^^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 17 July 1869

A N AO,BOSTI0. R ocolloct that you can buy P atont medicines for a song ; N egus has a largo Bupply, E ack of which is good and strong. G ilman's Trooboa cure a cold, U Icerated throat, or cough S end and got it ere it's Bold, A 11. may shortly be cleared off. N ot a bouI should be without D ootor Arnold's Balsam, for C bolora morbua and for gout ; 0 no good Plaster is a cure. R. P. NEGrUS and da. IMPOBTEBS, Solo Agonts for Oilman's Patent Medicines, Have on Salo— Dr.. BETH ARNOLDB BALSAM, For cholera morbus, dysentery, diarrhoea, neuralgia, burns, scalds, tto. OILMAN'S PULMONAUY TROOHES, For coughs, colds, hoarseness, sore throat, bronchitis tickling in the throat, & o Dr. ARNOLD'S ARNICA and HEMLOCK PLASTERS, For pain or weakness in tho breast, Bide, back, or limbs ; also in bruises, sprains, fractures, gout, rheu matism, lumbago, liver complaint, &c. To bo had of all ohomists, and of R. P. NEGUS and OO,, 1 Collins-street, Melbourne. rJ§S~ Osrnor of Elizaboth-stroe...

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