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THE MELBOURNE BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

THE MELBOURNE BOWLING CLUB. There *11 no eet match played on the green edjoIniDgChapel-street Station on Mon day, {bat. a namber of gentlemen gathered together in the oooree of the afternoon, and a* eerie* of friendly game* were entered Into with mnch eplrit and enthniUtm. Nor wen : the feireez rmrepreeented, a number of Udlee. baring honoured the green with their pre eence, for the doable purpoee of witnanlng , the day's proceed lng«, and ofpaming away an boar or co at the now faahlonaMe game of ! croquet. Altogether a Tery pleiunt after noon ni spent on the green.

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

BRIGHTON. Whatever c*u«8« nay have operated to In duce Cbriatmae hollday-aoekari lunch nam bere to fix on Bilghton tbia yearaa the rendcrvooj lor their feitlrity and mirth, < thing le certain, that this charming and at tractive marine anborb waa on Monday &e accifo of an Inva&lan each ai It haa^herer before witceaaed, and thoae who are mom toned to enjoy the normal qnletnile and »■ ■ pose of the beaohand Its neighbourhood moat have been pxnioitrack and bewildered at the vaet lrrnption of men, women/and chil dren, earceatly and |ndastrlonily bentonhoU ing high festival. JF/nm an eariy hoar until" the afternoon tbe carriage aooommodstloo of •e Melbourne Balteaf war taxed toifooWw--1 mostjwnd tba ir$tes, which left at Stated Is£3*: ter«da,erm^t^ijp)eaiegeti. peinns q^ohfrrtped from tfodMalbnitM' ttonahndamota #cfe4sfc£n from'thhlnte^medlate stations, ^%b- »orthr"'*S wmatb tb(it pdoj pre fkptfipouUw hnTetotnaoy tw&tafceea aold on this line on one day. ...

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

THE YAIiRA AND SALTWATER RIVERS. Beating has been so long a favourite pas time wit'i oar MtHoarnc folk, tiiatnumerous as nie the pl> asurc-craft of tboriver, they were y< sterday all too few for the demand. From llawthcrn and the Johnston-street Bridge to the Smv,y-paddock and Richmond, the ilvir was crowded with aquatic pleasnre parties. Those heavily built, to ply between ti e Botanic Gatdens and Melbourne, were In high demand for family plc-nlos, and they bore many a happy freight to the picturesque nooks and shady places which are yet to be found in the Upper Yarra. The cutting wind, of course, made these voyages less pleafant than they should have been, bat still, this untoward circumstance could bnt little abate the jollity of the time. At the Saltwater River there was little boating, hut innumerable fishing parties. Perhaps the wird spoiled a little of this sport too, but at Christmas time it may be taken for granted that sufficient pleasnre was obtained, even t...

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

THE BAY. A cliff breeze end a sea which rendered oar fine bay not qaite bo smooth as a mill-pond, interfered somewhat with the enjoyment of holiday-makers, for whom its waters and Its chipping have ordinarily great attraction. Still, large numbers of people were in duced to visit both St. Hilda and Sand ridge, and trains and cars were busy from morning until night. Indeed the demands made upon the Hobcon's Bay Railway for conveyance to and from the sea-side were large, and although trains ran on both lines at short inter vals-every twenty minutes on the St. KUda line, and quarter of au hour oo tbe Sandridge line after noon—all of them were more than well filled with passengers But tbe traffic returns will give the best idea of the numbers who availed themselves of the railway to visit Sandridge or seek pleasure on the pleasant beach at St. Hilda, and from these we find tbat the total number of tickets issued up to half-past seven o'clock was 14,118. The details are thus made up:—FUn...

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

BOXING-DA Y. The great festival of the year has b;en« observed in. the accustomed Victorian fashl in. High holiday has born kept, and lias been chared by all, save those wbo-c business it is to minister to the requirements of pleasure* seekers. Early on Monday morning, ample evidence Sras famished tint Melbourne was going "oat of tovn" for the day. Badness was generally suspended; and every sub urban route was alive with traffic. There were people in enriages, on horees, an! on foot, all bent on visiting pleasant places around the city, and making the most of the time at their disposal. The exodus was especially remarkable on the Prince's-bridge thoroughfare, which resounded for hours to the roll of vehicles of every shape and size. The carmen must have made au immense harvest. At all events, tjiey did not hesitate to impose maximum charges for " special jobs," or to convey more than the licensed number of passengers when taking their ordinary trips, The several railway stations wer...

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

THE PARKS AND GARDENS. He parks end gardens with which the wisdom of its founders has so liberally en dowed the good city of Melbourne are in variably turned to profitable account on those occasions, frequent in these southern lauds, when ■' Toil remitting, lends iu tarn to plsj." Stadley Park and the Surrey Paddock—easy of access by road, rail, and rirer—were yes terday the scene of a rush. Iu vehicles legi timate and extemporised—family carryalls and furniture vans of an unlimited stowage capacity—in trains, the crowding in which was fearful (open trucks had at last to be jawed into the service), and in boats of all dines—outriggers and stone barges—did the holiday-makers flock to these favoured spots. Never, indeed. Were the parks more resorted to. Hence they presented a scene of gaiety quite foreign to English eld world notions. Heartily or quietly, as the case may be, all classes and all ages were indulging In out-door festivities. From the nearest point on the river where the ...

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

THE ABORIGINES. From the fourth report of the Central Board Appointed to iretoh over the interests of the aborfglnea we extract the follow ing :— A comparison of the teUee of population appended to toe previous report! of the Central Board would lead to toe conclusion that toe aborigines are very rapidly de creasing. In toe Brat report the rough est), mate of the population wae 2,841: in toe aeoond, 2,166: analn the third, 1^806. Acare fnl perusal of the remark! appended to the tablet, howerer, will abow that the decn the decrease ii not very rapid, considering the position which the aborigine! occupy in the oolony. The first estimate wae a very tough one, and several tribes were lncladed in it which ought to b ere been omitted. The second wat also hut a rude approximation, though more accurate than the former, and when it wae made the board were in possession of the names of 1,140 blacks. The third estimate was a very accurate one, for which the total number aet down was 1,906: the...

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

LATEST TOWN AND COUNTRY NEWS. As New Year's Day falls upon • Sunday, Monday, the 2nd of January, will be observed as a public holiday at all the Government offices. An nnnsoally Interesting cricket match has been arranged for Saturday and Monday next, between the Eleven of Victoria and the next best eighteen. As then will probably be an intercolonial match later in tbeeeaeon, the present will be an excellent trial for the Victorian team, which coniists of the fallow ing Csffyn, Cameron, Conway, Com tick. Greaves, Hewitt, Gibson, Bees, Tsit, Wardiil, and Wills, Should this eleven succeed in beating the formidable eighteen which wQl be brought against them, they will have a good chance of oonquering the New Sooth Wales team. The Head-quarter* Band is engaged the Monday, as an additional attraction for the ladies. The arrangements for the volunteer field day, to take place at the Melboorne race course on Monday next, are now completed. Even the detailed plan of operations is under stoo...

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

sr. KILD& EACK8. There wis a good mutter of holiday psople at the suburban sports which took the form ofradog, In front of the Village BeUe Inn, at St. Kilda. The programme of the day boasted tire events, with sufficiently numerous on tries ofquadrnpeda more or Ism used to tan nine in fast company. Mr. Stewart's ch f Primroce mm (he Maiden Plate of 20 son, and ran second in the Handicap. The Vil lage Belts Puree, for Tradesmen's Hacks, was won hp Mr. Waten'e b g Buckley; and (he Selling Stakes, of 10 son* were taken by Mr. Duff's hi f Miss Mary. The principal meet (he St. Kilda Handicap'of 20 aove., with a •weepetakes of 1 ear. added, wes won by Mr.; Tucker's b g Chrono, aged; and the Consola tion stake* by Mr. Morrison's Tommy, The dost was very disagreeable thnmghout|the afternoon, trot otherwise everything pawed off pleasantly enongh.

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

THE pOIXlriGWQOD SPORTS. There hm elarge gathering pniheepaclom nod well-kept crfoket ground of theColUng wood Commercial jCJuh, nw tfaerlfle imtta, on the Helddberg-road, In leoollcetloa of Mie eooow, MwwpUHf *ed otherwiee, ln; paataeaaoas, this gathering was got rvpnder the anepiceaofa local committee chiefly icompoeed ofthexnamben of the cricket club on whoee smug* the meeting taok.pli»v with tfaiedlffenibe.^t there wasnocharge for admledontbihpmr. If the et»rtw»j not of (he Wgbe»o«fler, lt «ra» enfficlent varied, and everybody, from the playws i cricket and qaoite 3tp fcUsdw^Ktna^ seemed wdl-pleeied with: tbe for's ownse siat A m »tchgt cricket woe played brtir* the Pdnotof Wale* deb sod SStfUed eleven of the OalUngwood,A|tnjrnnmlal, which «M won by the former, the onmbers being— Prinoe of Welnt lili Oolllngvood Oommer Kext' in Internet wu a game ot ijtiolu between Eut OoUfogvood and Wirroy, wfeich ihdM iht««j—Bromley, *21; Hyde/ inn^ 2lt Hail, 2lrtotaV «. Kidney, fit Orlmwood.t...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PLOUGH INN RACES, PLENTY-ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

PLOUGH INN RACES. PLENTY-ROAD. Thaw snnasl hobs osrne off on Boring-I inj, «ad. hrongbt fjfcrilmr * nnmbtr of I (potting folks from IMboara*, «l trell w from the neighbourhood srocnd the Hough. j TbeMslden Hale wm won in • osntnby Mr. Cole's ch g Eivingioo. Mr. Dog's bg Wsr- J rior debated Edith .Wettletree *nd Moll, Gwynneestily in the moo foe tha JsathU Pone; and the Hsndtcsp 6tee|dodiMO, efior • good ran with Midge «nd Eiringtos, -wss won hp Mr. AbbHtls Nell 0 Wynne, Midge • goodaeoood.

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

NOTICE. Single copie* of Tbk Araran.taiiw can be ob tained from all Tie Argue ageuta throogh out tlie ooloniea, at the uniform price of Six er lbs paper will lie aent direct from 1 office by poet to an; add reel at 7a. 6d. per I quarter, payable in adranoe. OomplainU of j oreroliarge to be addreaaed to the General Manager, Tie Argue office.

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

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 81, 186A Tbe doee of tbe year, ae the natural eeaaon when business men of every calilm take stock of their affairs, is pro ductive of very mixed feelings to a great number of people. It is nice enough to lean bade in tbe arm-chair ofhebitaal prosperity, and look from tbe brightness of 1664 to tbe yet greater triumphs in prospect of 1865. It is pleasanter still, and like tbe sudden bliss of relief from ache after an extracted tooth, to feet from a sequence of anxieties, and find oneself sale in port after a twelvemonth's tossing on a sea of troubles. Unhappily this is not the case with alL B 1a tons feared that die preterit Christmas brings Us sorrows as well as Us joys to many a boom, and that many a farmer loader jot Ids own putioiuar circle, awakwtqg from a fool's paradise of ideal prosperity, or oceratinga long standing doubt into a -disastrous «n talnty, finds himself at the beginning of another year a mined man. fti a oognfty whe^ Wmjiimto^Uiare is mom enterj...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NOTES AND QUERIES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

NOTES AND QUERIES. to ram toxroi o» m aotoulisu* Sir,—WouM jou w eay of your maea kind enoogh to inform me the proper gathering, «nd BM*hod of taring, the -*4. flower f Toon, Jfco. Rutborglen, Deo. U. X1. THOMPSON, Sir,—Through naa, the dark Una dp „ tba band of my rifla haa won off. Oaa yo* inform ma where X can pureiiaae 4 ^ ^ wffl produce it P I hare Wad aoua of ft, gnnamitha in town, and tiwy do not aeea to keep it. H any of youroomapomW. ^ girea recipe that will anawcr.it will be*, ceplable to many rolunteen. Toun, to, A VOlUlflEBi Kjmefon, Dee. ££. [We know nothing of Hie d/e too < Biflet an Mma&aei coloured with called • tmolet dee, hut thie ii earned fa a* •ppuothon of fire, ana not HquuL -Ed.] Sir,—Will you pleue to iafimn a*—lit. Whether there ii «ny ditfenoe fof tiw of qaoiti P 2nd. If (O, what if the dttUaoe 1 Toon raspeotfufy, Sydney, Dec. 16. J. J. 8. [Twentj-one yftrdf.—Eft.] Bir,—Him ii a bird frequenting the iwiOj* three bet two emone of whioh I w...

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

ISUIU BOYAL. Boricaqu and puloniat of Hm CdMiIUibI Mid-day parlor maaor, coomeaeii* at LM ; mBluC, at 8.

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

BIRTHS. AlAFOftT.—On Um 85th task, at AMridga Lodge, Carolioe-eireet, Sooth Yam, the wife of Corsoa AUportof aeon. Dovttoe.—On the 22ad leak, at Heidelbesg, Mra. F. C. Dovetoo of a daughter. i.—On the 23rd insk, at Moptoau aUuet, St. , Hn. W. G. Dredge of a daughter. Fkabze.—On the 33th tactat Emerald-biU, the wife <rf. Georye Fnaer of a ton. Hi'ifTVE.—On the 28th task, at 100 Ljrgon-street, Carlton, Mam. J. 8. Bonier of a daughter. Bo.h doing «wL M'Ltmoxt.—On the28th inst.ai William-street, West Melbourne, the wife ef James Gilbert Murray IfLyzDODt, of Hotham, of a eon. Both doing wdL OToohub.—On the 28th task, at BL KQda, the wife of Bryan OlegUo, Esq., <HT a dugfataw. feffiu.-OD the ttnd task, at 181 OoUneotnet east, Mm. G. R. G. Prtagle of a daughter. 1 BxrxsUd.—On the 28th task, at WUtow Bank, Chris troek, the wife of Alfred Reyneti, bq>, of a eon. SfKHKor.—On the 25th task, at Crigfatan, Mm, Gee F. fltiuyun of a danghter. fivAJtr.—Onthe 20th task, at h...

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

LATEST SHAKE MARKET RE PORTS. torn. Baiflie and Batten report as fol lows The stock sod shire market hu eot been quite so active to-day, and the business oocduded has been under the average. A tolerable amount of debentures , hare changed hands at ruling rates. Colonial end National Bank bare been less Inquired for. Insurance hare not been dealt Id. Om would be taken at e shade under quoted rates. In mines thers Is rety little to report. Buyers hare been shy of favourite stocks, even at slightly reduced rates. Age of Pro gress hold their position welL Band of Bops are easier, £:27 offered, £130 asked. Boms trsntac tions hare taken place In Kos. 12, 13, and 14 Maxwell's Beef, adjoining the llazwetTs Beef Ootn* pany's ground. The Berculss Oompany will raeom mence crushing on the 7th of January. Boms inquiry : has been msde for Lyon Bank (Dayiesford). Ooriedla are but poorly supported. Pioneer (Crooked Blror) are wanted at a considerable adrmnoeon last sales,but 1 none are in the marke...

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

SHIPS TO ABR1V& . iO&» T-LULin Of WDere rum. BoiJlag IriAOcxt Ootaroon .. Dovld MidJenie..' fOokxabo E. flreelr .. Eiefite .. OcDSlI ... Golden Emcire Herald oCtheMon* tag JamWldMll lobs Bmyis **■»— .. .. \ Unrpool LnetanM~~ lONn,M. Lndbotto .. Konma OrnQ Prioeen Pirtinr ns dor HoonJUoeb 7« Botterdasi Sobrta* Foo-Cboer Hatch tt. SepLtL War. 10. jOoU — doff. — ifefc.12. latfU. OeL — fapLtt. OeL 4. Oct. 7. Oot. IS. OeL 18. OeL 1L Ai^. SS. {OeL SL OA. IL OeL a. OeL 10. Jim#?. « Hotel, HA Sopblo K. dor I bederiondem f Tertotdolo.. Trooeit ii A#

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

SAXBVS DAYS. 1865.—Jantteiy.—3, 9,16, £1, SO. [The 29th and 80th m*j prore a rerj tnniUeeome period, with reej high tide on the 29th.]

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHOOTING AND SLAUGHTERING. CONNEWARRE ON DECEMBER 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

SHOOTING AND SLAUGHTER ING. OOHHKWABBB OK DEOKHBgB SO. I Br Oouo. L«b Otaaemrm pnptr b an iixegulariy ahaped abcat of water, about four mOaa in length and of raiding width, through wbioh the Birer Barwoo poure it* dull and doggbh •treatn Mom Mag thoroughly amalga mated with the aak water aeot up by the tide# from tha aea. The depth of the lake raiba ooraiderabiy, being gcoenHy abater, •nd in no plaoe atom than aix ftet deep. From either aide of the lake proper, howerer, there am eereral huge albowi or bende of abaQow water extending orer fiate of mud and eUma, the greater portion of which are, to a great extent, ondertbe Inflnenee of the tidal watam. The ohief of tham elbowi arc the Beedy lake, ahoot norm nteaiaoir aemfcrenee; the timet Swamp, about ten mBee ditto i "■«Mi«mFaid,)iiiHHtllita I and afewamaHerdM^nkin|inal^atli{ghtidet, a dwetofwitar bound flta fake proper oteome dhbg like fa^y BiDai jn tfanmfrrmne Bound tine Aeet of neto ara imaMnna fcnnei •ad on ita bank* am the baHte...

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