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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. By the Ooorong we have Adelaide dates to the Inst. The BtguUr says:—"His Ex- i cellency tbe Gorernor intends visiting the Northern settlement at soon as the state of the public service permits. The steamer [ Sonth Australian is expected hade Bom the i Norther* territory within a few days. She is to come by way of Cape Lea win. Daring the past year, notwithstanding the opening " ' "be wool of the Ecuuc* Kail way, the whole of the wool from the Darling ana the adjacent parti of the Murray has been sent down the river into South Australia. Mr. ft. R. Torrens, regis- : tlfng who lately returned Bom Eng land. alter eighteen months' leave of absence, has been granted six months' farther leave, without pay, on account of his state of health. He leavri by this mail. The Bishop of Ade-1 laide faaa postponed his visit to Europe, In oonacquenoe of its being the intention of several of his clergy to leave his dioosm. Oommander Hutchison, of the Beatrice, is likely to ratnrn to ...

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

THE NORTHERN EXPEDITION. VT« f>v* from the Adelaide RifUter the fol Sotong extracts from Ooionel Finalift de> ipiti and from private Mtan and Jcmraalu *1 NORTH AUSTRALIA. The devpetchea from Ooloeiel Flnnin to tha Oorerameftt, which were tenthe Beatrice off Timer.heT* now coma to hand. Althoug i the second despatches, eyltton subieqoen'ly, bare talccn off tbe novelty .of those now re ceived, there Is (till moofe. of sm totawstliig character respecting the. settlement which wrlll repayrental. v. ' Front a despatch dated August 10 wa make (be following extracts:-* 'i?' , " During the voyage there were no oasual tin among the bores* 'and Mtoabe. The sheep Buffered severely trdm dyynt of room, end we only landed Co out of 160 ember kM. AJmut GO perished on the wage, wioe Yatala name ill on the 2Mb Jane, gglh tbe loni^ ot her^rndd«MMid -false^keel, beat surveyed localities on tire coast I for ward copy of the acbooners lot daring the (line fhe wee aground. With tbe exception of tbi...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MR. MACLEAY'S VICTORY OVER BEN HALL'S GANG. (FROM THE SYDNEY MORNING HERAID, DEC. 22) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

MB. UACLEAVS VICTORY OVER BEN HALL'S GANG. (ROM TBI BTDMIT HOIRBG 8IUU1 DBO. 22J On Monday lut, at half-past three tun., Mr. William Macleay, on hit return Sam the Sydney side of Qonlborn, note the fol lowing drcuuetanoee:—Be had heard, before he left Qoolbnin at two o'clock pjn., that the buihrangei* bad stuck op a great namber Of peroral near Toirrang that morning, and bad held poumion o( the road for aeveral htrara. On reaching Towrong, and at d ifferent places on the road) between that and Shcllyl rUta, he wae toid that the bub ranger* were riding leisurely along the road ahead of him, bnt he saw nothing of them nntit he djUed the hill which looks down upon PlumS Inn, at the Flata juit mentioned. Some half mile or so from the top of that hill, J» Mai the op^oAob, m<| wju Iflfonncd bf allowed to prooealau towards Ooolmun. They pointedout to" Mr. Macleay the bushrangers -on the hill, where there were eorne team and a number of people ttaofc up, and endea ▼onnd to persua...

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

QUEENSLAND. By the Ncrtham we have onr film from Brisbane to the 19tb, and from Port Denlson ; to the 8rd inst 'lie Courier says:—"By. private advices which hare been received in ! Brisbane we learn that Queensland Govern ment Debentures, to the amount of £221,000, were (old, realising an average of £103 10a each."

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SANDRIDGE ELECTION PETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

THE SANDRIDGE ELECTION PETITION. The following It i copy of the petltioi ! of Mr. Robert Byrne against the retain of Mr. David Moore a* a member of the LeglaU tire AeBemUy for the electoral dlitriot of Sandrldge, which haa been referred to the Election* and QaallBcatlona Committee To the Hon. the Speaker and Member! of the Legislative Assembly of the Colony of Vio The petition of Robert Byrne, of Sandrldge I In the colony of Victoria, auctioneer, whom name ia hereunto cubecrlbed, reepectfolly ahoweth— That the petitioner araa a candidate at the kit (lection of a member to nerve In the Legislative Assembly for this preeent Parlia ment for the electoral district of Sandrldge, in the oolony of Victoria. That at the Bald last election of a member to atrve In the Legislative Assembly for the said electoral district of Sandrldge, In the months of October and November. 1881, David Moorr, Charles Mairhead Ingles, and the petitioner were candidates duly nomi nated for the representation of t...

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

NEW INSOLVENTS, Q«w«e Owfcf, WUUtt.Hfl** ilea, £22010s. 8d.: stack. £«» Is. 10d.t defi cienoy, £151 8s. 10<1. Mr. Jaoomb, official myjgntft Duid fiymonr. late of BdUrat, hotel* keeper, sow of Melbourne oat of batiDOM. Causes ol iosolvmcy- Losses and falling off in business. Liabilities, £.79012*. 9J.; assets, £20; deficiency, £77012s. 01 Mr. Goodman, official assignee. Francis Valentine Brown, of Blackwood, miner. Dinar* of Insolvency—Losses In mining. Liabilities £1.027 13s.; assets, £3: deficiency, £1,01013s. Mr. Goodman, official Peter Smith, of Sandridge, storekeeper. Oauae* of Insolvency- High rent, falling WT In bnalneas and pressure of creditors. L abi lities, £14918'. 81.; assets. £9 7a ; defiolency, £14011a 8d. Mr. 8naw, offioial assignee. Hugh Rowan, of Sandridge, grooer. Canes of insolvency—Losses by Bra. and preasnre of ciedltoTS. Liabilities, £179 4r. 2d.; assets, £77 6?. Md.; deficiency, £101 17a 5)4. Mr, Moore, official assignee. Splro Laeearorich, of Rei'c...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SATURDAY, DEC. 24. (Before his Honour Mr. Justice Molesworth) IN THE CASE OF LAUIS [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

Sucbsit, D*a 24. (Beta* Mi Honour Mr. JotUoe Volet irortb) tv su oios or toon tutan. TuafriioMr, »bobidbeen'ooBvieMon ; Tbnwarar wm **iptoort«tttot»rto 1 reotirtmtam, - Mr, O. A. %ttb (wilfc vhwmaktr.S. J. WriioB) mUri far • portponrmgct of Ma i£UO«actite ttk: ,. _ ,T .._..»,«■*. T^OouittteMJoondriMAi.

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

COUNTRY NEWS. It would appear bp the following extract from the Kilmer* fzamaur of Friday that Mr. Joshua Co well is likely to find tone of j hit vonrtitnenti a little iroubleaoroe**A correspondent, writing from Wallas Wallan, lnforau oa that as opes air meeting of the ntepayen wax held at that plaoe on the 20th list, to take Into oongMecattos the conduct of Mr.1 Joehtsa Cowel), M.L.A., one of the member* for East Booths, In opposing the Ministerial Land BUI, and his opposi tion to the Ministry generally. After considerable delay, a chairman was ap pelated. Mr. H. T. Mlntyie, (a a long harangue, characterised Mr. Oowell as ' a dirty-little sweep,' and a place-hunter. He , then proposed s resolution to that effect, which me oesried. Mr. Scott then proposed that a committee beappolnted to com munkrta Mr.-Oowdl. and to demand pomMMas explUnaHon of his oondoot in slier pledging himself to huppoet than, bring returned on the distinct understanding of aoppoitlng the Ministerial Band Bill"...

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

THE GAZETTE. Rout DisTSicr.—The pariah of Baynton, to be added to the CarUrohe Road District The Denny brook end Wall en Wellen Road Met ti divided Into three electoral sub divisions—the Donny brook, Bereridge, and Wallen Wellen enb-dlviilone. Wood's Pom in Ballon.—Jury-ll"t« are to he prepared for the jnrydistricts of Wood's Point and Ballen . Brllan is appointed a place nhtre a county eomt U to be holden. Purr SsestOBS.—Dnnkeld, Moystou, Plg icntl, and Win cbelsea, to be places whereat courts of petty sections shall be holden. AFFontTKHn—James Baled, Esq, Rose bank, Learmonth, to be added to the roll o( magUIrates; Mr. H. 8. Shaw. J. Good is an, E. Courtney, R. E. Jacomb, J. Moore, and G. Webster, to he official Uqnl dators under the act No. 190, sec. 85; John Francis Hayes, to be acting manager of electric telegraph and collector of im posts, also to act as postmaster, at Srran-bill, item tba 18th November, 1861, to the 17th February. 1866, daring the absence on leave of A. L. Kr...

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

TOWN NEWS. The Pastariil notes of Saturday contains the following Important' announcement:— " We bear, on excellent authority, that the Victorian Government, having satisfied Itself that Mr. Oowpor, In the event of hie euooeed ieg Mr. Martin, will not withdrew the Murray Custom-home officers, la prepared- to oompro miee the dleptfte by paying to tola ooloay 140,000 per annum." A destructive fire occurred at about eleven o'clock on Sunday morning, in 8 mith-street, East CoUIegwood. It originated in a wooden building attached to the Rat of the two stoiled ehop of Mr. Fetere, boot and ahoe dealer, 60 and 62 Smith-afreet, The flamea epecdily communioated with the front por tion of the house, which, with the whole of ita contents, wM totally deetroyad, but little txyond the blackened wall* now remaining. The exertions of the local polioe and *>»w.wvt j Collingwood Brigade, who apaedtly arrived I on the epot, were principally directed towards keeping the fire /rem tpteading to tho ad j...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REFORM OF THE UPPER HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

REFORM OF THE UPPER HOUSE. The following MH, intituled "An Act to alter the Qualification and Period of Serrke of tttmbenand to alter the QoallRestioecf Electors tt the Legislative Council of Vic toria," haa been brought in br the Han. K. Kerrey Be It enacted by the Qaeen'a tfoet Ercd lent Majesty, by and with the advice and eon sect of ihe Legislative Ooandl and the Urit lulve Assembly ofBotoik la thb ptwual Parliament aeaembled, and by the authority of the e»me, a* follows 1. The parte of acta mentioned In the tin schedule hereto ahali be and the auata hereby repealed. 2. From and after the psmfng of thb Art, . at the expiration of every period of oajw reckons amm the date or the flat etecttoa of mem ben of the LegiaUtiveOouncil, held after tlm coming Into operation of the Act, hereto fore known ai "Tbe Constitution AcOnee of the members returned breech of the dec tonal prorinoee respect! valy, dull (notvito standlng anythlng-oontaleea in cither of the Acta hereby in pert repealed...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOODEND ANNUAL RACES. (FROM THE KINKTON GUARDIAN.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

WOODEND ANNl'AL 1UCES. (TBOV TBI KTSXTOK CDA8DUN.) These raotr commenced on Monday, the 26th inrt., and notwithstanding the coantor attraction of the monster pic nic to toe Bu(ir| Rock, the attendance was Tery rood. The weather was my favourable on the first day, a nice cool bretae blowing. The racing on both days was capital. Altogether the whole affair has been a decided success. The course, which b naturally a heavy one, in consequence of a rather stiff hill on too North-weft side, was in very fair condition. Mr. John Bloomfield officiated as Judge; Mr. Charles LUfey as starrer; and Mr. John Keating aa clerk of the course. The nrat day's sport commenced with the AH Age Stakes of 16 tors One event. Dis tance, about one mile end a halt and was won fay Mr. Dryden's Ells, followed by Lang ley, a good second, and Abelard third. Oa starting, Abelard had the lead, which he kept for three quarters of a mile, when he wae collared by His, and never recovered bis dis tance. Mr. LuttreU'a Du...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LATEST SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. GREAT WESTERN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

LATEST SPORTING INTELLI GBEAT WESTERN SACKS. (Ren th» Uiui Asvnmm.) The Omm frcttem dm MH wrmu •Untried. AU tbe (Bfa*UtMta of the Gre»t! Wntoc were oo. Utecromid, km mar ftoa cm o'clock, tiu iporti; mn opuoeeecd or the riuwla# for tbe QflOaon. l^^^h^TWcliht for »*e. •For (falc rcwtbc fSlotrln* cntdci mn ftwe^lfr, Podd'c Ones s Week, Mr. Per sloVa Bljon, Md Mr. Noonau's At the first heat Once a Week started off a Itb the lead, which he seemed easily to keep the ahole nay round. At tho eeoond time ol Btartlng the tame hone led, hut on this oooa elon the racing, teemed to be only contested by Moonan's Beeswing, Mr. Parslowa Bljon beeping a mpectful distance It bind. TUB Q8EAT WESTEHH TUWH TLATE. Of 16 eove. Entrance. 80s. One and a half mile heats. Gentlemen riders. Not leas than 10et 71b. , „ „ Fir this re00 there entered Mr. Noo nan's Camden, Mr. Paralcw's Fairy, and Mr. Nooban'a Ugly Back. This rape was finlsbed in two heate, Mr. Noonau a Camden takli g tiie lead, and keeping it til...

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

THE CASTLEMAINE RIFLES. Tuesday last was devoted to a good daj's shooting by the Gastlemaine Corps, com mencing early with the Challenge Hatch against the 19th Lanarkshire Company, after which two prixe matches were shot, which, together with divers contests for geese, con triboted to make It the pleasantest day that has been spent upon the been til ol range at Castlemalne. The weather was considered nnlavoorable to good scores. hot the result shows that, in spite of a gosty gale of wind blowing all day, alternate tight*, ooid, dosk, Jul, the competitors managed to prove that they have not feigot their skill and canning. We append the list of prise winners in each match. The targets having been altered for the hootch match to what is known bete as " last year's section," remained so daring the other matches. Hythe poeition in all cases. 1st Cabtumaot v. 19rs LajtaatsaiBt (Ulamow). Private tkalt Private Hewknda. Gapt. Gouchana . Corp. Cock rect Corp. Han.. Corp. Bjtbell Private Stewa...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE VOLUNTEER FIELD DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

THE VOLUNTEER FIELD DAY. Hm volunteer field-dap on Monday pro mises to be a brilliant aflalr. An exoellent master erf the force it anticipated, the nntnbe cf visitors will probably be nnnsnslly Urge, and the proceedings themselves win be the moatdaihing the citizens of Mdbourae have yet bad an opportunity of witnessing. Fine weather U now all that la required to ensure mrnt This granted, and ttie banks of the Saltwater River will display a striking aoene of mimki warfare. The object of the movement! ii the fonoiDg the pamoge of a river in the faoe of an enemy. An attacking flotilla, consisting of the sixty eight-pounder gun-reft, of two gun-boats, two rocket boats, and several lighter craft, manned by the Sand ridge and W) I lis g) tf own di visions of the Naval Brigade, will more up the Bait water River ftosn the Yarra. Near Footacray the enemy will bo /bond to base obstructed the passage by throwing a boom whom it. Protected Dy a heavy cannon arie bom the heights on the- aonth aid...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOWN AND COUNTRY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

TOWN AND COUNTRY NEWS. The Amended Scab Act will oome Into optretlon on New Yeerb Day. lis provisions are more stringent than those of the did net, and ebetp owners will do well to procure and read it As the amounts payable for fines andllanceehavebeenoonslderablyredaciNMt ; Is anticipated that much lea difficulty will be experienced In future fn Sitting them enforced. In all oommunftles where professional wit or Its semblance become Institutional, by tome Inexplicable law we ate sure to find a subject or two certainly not witty iu Itself, but provocative ofgencraljestlng and mirth. Who can forget the suspension bridge of Hungerford Market, or the Nelson column in Trsfalgar rqoare, the standing topics for innumerable funny paragraph?, and the succulent food on which, to the delectation of the million, farce and burlesque writers grew fat for yearn? We, too, have our bridge and eolumn In the Gollingwood Gold-mining Aawclation. When ■ one rtflecla serious)/, is there anything so very ...

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

CRICKET. On oar ninth page will be found the unet of the Victorian elerwi who hire engaged to meet to-day and on Monday nest the beat eighteen cricketen that can be brought againtt them. Ai the namea of the larger team have not been fumiahed, we presume they will be choetn on the ground. The wickets will be pitched at derail o'clock each day; and the Headquarter!' Band U engaged for Monday. The Beat CdUngweed Cricket Club held their firet annuel ball on Boxlng nlght, at the Amembly-rooma, Wclllcgtoo-etreet. It proved to be a very ewoeeeaful affair. The room waa well filled, and the company evi dently thoroughly enjoyed thwnadrea. Boat Petberick'a oalertnagaTe general aatlifacUoc. On Bosing-day, atwa npMi of Iiattian ad Watson, gnarta itrdrw, Jeadim played a friendly and plrgaimt gmne againit the farmera of the Sneqywmh/Otaek, on agi A(OOd piece of grand neer'theDek* of Wellington Hotel, Bhetpwaah, wUafc waited (a foroar of the neb-n, with MTCO wkkdi to again The roore ia flUlill ■ &...

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

Medical. DR. D. DYNE'S FAMILY MEDI ClKtK BcIh atimmroded on tteietly scientific principles, and haviiigTor thirty y«re part bee* unlfonnly "»c ecreful wherever trieo, are now reooremended with •onfidenre to the puttie for the various dise<UK» for which Hfcey are derigwrt. They conftfelof the follow log Well-known preparations:— JAYNS'B EXPECTORANT Pot the cure «f rethma, oon«iwption. broneliitis, re|eariey« wliooj^wg oongb, croum cougue and eokls, fccarw iiifw. awl all pulinouary disorders. JAVNli-S SANATIVE PILES, For all bilious affections aid -far liver complaints, a valuable «1 terati ve and >furgative modi sine. JAYKE'S alterative, Per scrofcfcfc, cancer, goitre, and diseases of the skin andfefcnea. JAYNE*S VERMIFUGE, For warms, d}^peprta, g>Hes, general debility, Ac. PAYNE'S CARMINATIVE DALBAM, JAYKE'S LIKIKKKST, or COUNTER-IRRITANT, For sprains, bruises, tbeumotion, Ac. JAYNE*S-AGUE MIXTURE, For Ike «cdre of fever and ague. JAYKE'S HAIR TONIC, For the jrowrva...

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

MAURITIUS. The Fort Louie Oonmtroial GamMs of Nor. 7th contains the following aooount of the sixth asoent of the Beterbotte:—"On Wed nesday, 2nd November, a put; consisting of Die. Colahan and Fergoseon, Lieutenants Montjomery end Boames, end Messre. & A. end J. Kytoe, started at five a.m. from Pott Loots, and were met at the foot of the moun tain by font Indians. They commenced the ascent at seven a.m., and reached the shoulder at eight Altera restof an honrand a half, the asoent of the ladder-took was eo complished by an Indian, who took up a small rope; and Messrs. C. M. and B. reached the nrck at ten. A lead-line was thrownjqp over the head from the neck, and the snmmlfc reached at half-past eleven. Up to thla tlmn the weather had been very dear, but at noma eloode assembled rapidly and the rainfall In torrents, rendering the doecsnt a matter of some difficulty. At half-part two flu party reached the shoulder 1b safety, and were In town shortly after five p.m., having ac...

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

NEW ZEALAND. By way of Sydney we have intelligence 1 from Auckland to the 14th inst. The Southern Owj retaarks:— " The 10th of December hu passed without the slightest sign of any section of the natives, however small, accepting the terms proposed in Bis Excellency s proclamation. __ . lencv s proclamation. There were very few, indeed, we believe, who imagined that any other remit would follow; and although we may regret the farther delay which has oocurred in the prosecution of the war, this good may be derived from it, that it will afford a still (hither proof that the rebels will not be wheedled into submission, and that the more consideration that is shown for them the less they appreciate lb It may he said, although ire can hardly think it will be, that there has hot been time yet to hear from the various outposts, and that bodies of rebels may have oomplled with His Excellency's terms without our know ledge. The whole of the Information recently received from both North and So...

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