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THE VICTORIA ICE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 April 1867

THE vyiCTOBIA ICE COMPANY. ' The ^ half-yearly- general nicetuig of- tlieshare ; holders of this . company,; topk ' place, Monday, ? ! 8th inst., at the Ice-Works, Franklyn-street. Mr John Strachanwosido'''.;, V:; _???: ' ? ??'-. .. ' . ? '. ; ? The Cu^uniiAM, '?? in opening -the proceedings, ! briefly* alluded- to' the success which , had attended ? the operations of the company during, the past: three ; years. He '. also explained that/the reserve ?? fund ; amounted: to £1496. 12s Id,' and that ; the board had ; decided to leave it to the shareholders: to say: what ': dividend' should be' declared. ' /- ....- .'.': -: ?'-..' . ; The following balance sheet, up, to -30th ult., : was .then read .:— ^Dr. ;: To ' capital,' : £7000 ; loan, : £500 ; profit arid loss, £1496 12s: Id total, £8996 12s Id. Of; : By property account, I £7000 ; ~ debts . due to company, £1221 3s ; ; cash 'in;j)ank, £351 16s -3d;- seventeen' paid1 up shares,' £340; 9 1 cwt. ether, £76,12s'ld; blankets i arid ca...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POST OFFICE NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 April 1867

POST OFFICE NOTICE. Tho Royal Mail steamship Avoca, will bo de spatched with the mails for Western Australia, Point de Galle,' India, China and the East, Adon, Mauritius, Ro-Union, Natal, Cape of Good Hopo, Suoz, the ModLtorrnnean ports, Europo, America and the United Kingdom. Tho times appointed for closing aro — For registered letters, at six p.m. on Saturday, 27th inbt. ? For newspapers (via Southampton, at six p.m. on Satnrday, the 27th* insfc. For ordinary lettors, via Southampton and Mar seilles exceptod, at eight p.m. on Saturday, the 27th, inst. .,'.' .'.'.;' ' . ?'. ' '. . . -i For. nowspapors, via Marseilles, at eight p.m. on'. Saturday, the 27th inst. Late lettors will bo reooived as under, provided the postage aiid fo$ are fully'propaid by. postage stamp : For France or': foreign countries, via France, at the General Post Office only, from ten to half-past ten am., fee, 3d: from half-past ten to eleven a.m., fee 6d. ;-. ??' ??'' :??' ?:'-. ' ?:?-?: : .'-.'-. ..--??'.?. '...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 April 1867

THE MONTH. Parliament has adjourned for the Easter holi days. For nearly three months the members have Bat and talked,', out the result amounts to little. Excepting a money bill, . no single measure has passed into law. Having considered the Tariff.-tke Assembly transmitted it to the Upper House, where it is now suspended, on a question, of privilege. The Public Health Bill of last session and a Lunacy Bill have both -virtually passed the Assembly, and are now, like the Tariff, waiting the decision of the Council. But. though little has been done in the way of legislation, there has been plenty of fighting. In our last we referred to the three weeks' fight about, the Tariff. After that there was a fight about the Border Treaty, then about the Titles Bill, and finally over; a Breach of Privilege case. _, ,, ?.,. , The. selectors ' of land, known as certificate holders, have attempted to get rid of the conditions imposed on them by introducing a bill into the Assembly, -which, niter a...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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VICTORIA.—1865-1866. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 April 1867

- VIOTOEIA.— 1865-1866. IMPSIITS. . . ' Comparative statement of the imports of tho last two years, from each colony, country or port, re-: spectively, showing the increase or decrease in their declared value in 1866, as compared with that of 1865:— '??? '.?--.- -.- ?..--? '- ' ? , Colony, Country, or 1 -?_.„ 7Z~ In- Do- : ' Port., I 1SG0- 18Cj- crease, croaso. 1 '---. . . - £ £ £ £ , United Kingdom......... 7,84G,828 7,147,216 C9U,C12 British Possossion8,vlz: ; ...'?- Now SOuth Walos ... 2,524,414 2,018,081 600,733 New Zealand ? 208,732 128,401 80,271 . Queensland ? 32,321 '1,946 30,875 South Australia ...... '478,963 742,004 ...' 268 04V Tasmania ? 328,290 398,484 .. 70,194 Western Australia... 1,194 1,750 .. 002 Agra .....:.. ? . 5 .. 5 Bombay ? 000 .. G00' Calcutta ? 209,694 144,020 oi,168 ... : Capo To\vn ? 3,259 ... . 3,259 1 ? Caps Good Hope ? , 1,704 ... 1,704 Ceylon. .:....;.......'.... 272.383 200,010 G7,36S EscoumainB-. ? 11,630 ' 710 10,940 Hong Kong... ? 9«,6:)8 03.0SS ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MORGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 April 1867

THE MOEGUE. Most persons may have, lieard ' at some ? tiinb ? or' other.that there exists a place in Melbourne, com-1 mpnly called ' The Morgue,' hut probably few are awai-e what the building is to which that designation, is given. A morgue in other countries is' -suppcised to be a place where the dead who are found, unknown'^ or uncolHnod may he taken' to await identification previous to a coronal inquiry being held as to the cause of their deatli. In Melbourne,' however,,, the the term would ' appear - to 'have been ''applied to a building in which the dead,' without ceremony or respect, might be thrown, like so many carcases into shambles, and with far less. care. The building to which we now make reference, ' is. a wooden struc ture situated at tlie bottom' of Batman's-hill and near the Itiver ' Yarra. It is divided into two compartments,' one in which the bodies are deposited, and the other :n' which inijuests are held. A raised slab table occupies the' centre of the first apar...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TERRIFIC HURRICANE AT CLEVELAND BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 April 1867

TERRIFIC HURItf CANE AT CLEVELAND On Sunday mbrningIJi strdfttg gaje ble-w- frbnvthe siderably, coining uLfqarfuj ijust&,' acc.ton£dinedt,by heavy rain; ,, The wind v^ered/round to the S;S;Wi, and odiitihiung stoadiiy to siiif i rpuridtiie cbmpass increased ? the anxiety of ali;,. , At tw6:d|piocl5;,j|ie hurricane seemed at its grbaibst,, hpight., -,]&?# roofs began to ily, and iibt.f dtt^dEd'r,-. a bohsid^roble distance. Pieces of eight-feet, gaLvnxiiseci : irori. wore whisked away like feathersj iriajHng it(idtagerptis to walk the streets from two io four o'clodfiy Tents l ; went ^ first* . then .sliee'its', of iron off roofs, thbn roofs j:. and then the- liouses; : During fchese.few hours tliis once promising, town of the Nortli was a opiripletd wreok. At four o'clock : the storm was at its worst J shifting ; round to the ;sbnth east; the: homeless, rich and 'poor, ;wK6 had iakeri shelter behind :rccks,, &o.j dared apt stir,, the force of the wind being fi...

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THE GREAT FLOOD AT MORUYA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 April 1867

THE G-BE AT FliOOI) AT MORUYA. Sad and serious- is tho change in this district's prospects from this flay week, and short was the time' for tlio accomplishment of the' dreadful results — three persons drowned, crops and fencing de stroyed, and. many families driven temporarily from their .homes. 'On' Saturday,' 23rd'MdrclI, the rain set inland continued' without' intermission until Tuesday; No' ill 'effects were apprehended until Sunday evening, when the river began rapidly to rise,' and- two; punts; anchored opposite the town, dragged their anchors and went down the' current early on Monday morning. The ferryman fearing for' thb ferry punt, commeaced to drag it to the Moruya' side from the Mullenderree landing place, but had moved her hut a few yards when, by the force - of the current, tho ferryrope broke, and the puntwent down the river. By much exertion on the part of Messrs Constable, the ferrymen, and others, the three punts were saved, after traversing 'about a mile. Two othe...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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THE POSTAL CONFERENCE. RESOLUTIONS AGREED TO BY THE REPRESENTATIVES OF THE SIX COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 April 1867

THE POSTAIi, CONFERENCiii.. EESOLUTiONS AGREED TO BXTHE REPRE SENTATrVES. OF THE SI5t COLONIES. Proposed by Mr Pabkes, seconded byMrDooKEn, and carried :— - .'. : ' 1. That any scheme of ocean postal communi cation agreed upon by this conference should, in providing for the general convenience, be so adapted to special interests as to secure tlie concurrence ana support of all the associated colonies. '2. That any such scheme will be valuable to each of the colonies in proportion to the number of points of commercial intercourse which it shall be made to. include, consistently with expedition ant regularity of conveyance between Great Britain and Australia. .;.,,-. .- .,.:.'. . . t ?? . .. ?.?,-:.?:.,.-;,; 0 .,. ,- '''f-.flt..iThSt the facilities for, the ;:trdnsniissipn of merchandise aad for passenger, traffic ought not to be overlooked iis coUateral advantages;. ,; .:. , , ,,','. i'.\ That the i advantage qi more rapid telegraphic commtiliication by 'ffay.pf ?. Torres Straits com...

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THE BARKER'S CREEK RESERVOIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 April 1867

THE BARKER'S CREEK RESERVOIR. The formal opening of tho works for tho forma tion of tho Barker's Creek reservoir, the next largest in the Coliban water scheme to. the two jit Malmsbury, teok place on Monday, 25th uit,, Mr Edward O'Koofe, of Sandhurst, is the fortunate tenderer for this undertaking, the amount of it his tender being about £34,000. The site of the, proposed, reservoir is in the valley of Barker's Creole, immediately to tho north of Mount Alexander, and between ;two and throo miles above Hnrcourt. On every side, except the south-west, it is eiiclpsod by undulating, hills; covejred with grass ,, of .very autumnal ' hue, and a -.few ,. trees whoso dark, groepv foliagp greatly .relives tha . eye. , ,To tho south, Mount Alexander towers immediately, above, nna to the eastward thoro . is a, gap. in. the vtrnge of JiiUs, through which a road loads to. Sntton Grange, and passoB Preston Vale, whore Mv O'Keofa hap.jneu oinr ployed in making a tutinel for, the arxueiiupt of the ...

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CHARGE OF MANSLAUGHTER AGAINST A MIDWIFE. . [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 April 1867

CHARGE OF MANSLAUGHTER AGAINST A ?-.- r- ??'.'- .-.- MII-WIF13.- . ,,-? ... :? 1 At the ? city police court, on the 8th inst. , Mar garet Wylie was charged, ' on ' summoriB,: with the manslaughter of ' Mdry' Peebles. ' William Pee bles' Btdted that he was &, bootmaker, residing, at 31 William-street. The deceased, ^Mary Peebles, was his'Avifo. - Sho died on the 15th of March. ' She 'was confined on that day, and at the' request of the deceased lie went for the prisoner' to attend her as midwife. She came at about six o'clock' on the morning of the 16th, and attended her nntil I)r. Knaggs arrived at ten o'clock. Witness sent for Di% Kri'aggs at the prisoner's request. Witness was in the house until he fetched the doctor. The prisoner told him to roquest tho doctor to bring his instruments, as it was a cross birth. The deceased was delivered before his return. The pri ssnerdid not express any fear of danger until she Bent him for' the doctor. ' Witness was not present and did ...

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THE BARRIER RANGES BUBBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 April 1867

THE BABRIER RANGES BUBBLE. [FROM THE RIVERINE HEBALDJ 6TH APRIL.] Three months have no-y noarly elapsed since we first received information that gold in payable quan tities had been discovered in the Barrier or Stanley Ranges. Reluctant as we are to believe that so great a hoax has been played, ,we confess to being considerably shaken by the following letter, which was received on Tuesday from a, highly respectable storekeeper, resident at Menindie, in whose statement every confidence can be placed : — ' Menindie, 25th March, 1867.— R. R. Haveriield, Esq. — Dear Sir, — I am in receipt of your letter, enclosed in Mr ? 's. Tlio Darling at present is very low. In many places it is quite dry, and, un less a boat had wheels and it could go over land oc casionally, it would be impossible for it to get from Wentworth to Menindie. With regard to your ques tion about the Barrier gold-fields, you can. depend on the following particulars, as far as I have been able to sift the matter out ; and...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROAD MAKING ON THE ROAD TO WOOD'S POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 April 1867

ROAD MAKING ON THE BLACK SPUR, ROAD TO WOOD'S POINT.   ROAD MAKING ON THE BLACK SPUR, ROAD TO WOOD'S POINT.   ROAD MAKING ON THE ROAD TO WOOD'S POINT.                         The important mining district known as Wood's   Pointy, being in what may be called the Alpine   region of Victoria, is not easily accessible. Until recently the only means of communication between the district and Melbourne was by mountain tracks over which it was impossible to go except on horse- back. The communication is now being gradually   improved by the construction of roads, and coaches   have succeeded in performing the entire journey. Fifty three miles from Melbourne there is a high range   called the Black Spur, and our view on page 12, will  ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH VESSELS ARRIVED AT THE PORT OF MELBOURNE SINCE THE DEPARTURE THE MARCH MAIL. MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 April 1867

SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH :- VJ5SSELS ARRIVED AT THE PORT OBMMBIi BOURNE SINCE THE DEPARTURE: OS THE MARCH MAIL. -, ?, ::::- I : Maroh. ..?-.- I U 'Uoulong.' P. a-id O. Company s RM-S.S IOOU tons, N. J. Skbttowo, E-q.,: oommandef; 'from Sydney. .-????? ' M : 30. Eldorado, French barque, 303 tons, A. ftnault, from Calcutta. F. W. Pro 1 nnd Co:, atonts. 30. Solomon, American ship, 728 tons, A.f'U.olrnes, from Boston. Osborne, Cushing aitl Co., 30. Carl, brig, 1GI tons, AVm. Dow, from C Icutta, H. Selwyn Sniith, ngont. -. . 30. Princess' of Wales, barquo, 353 tons, W. 3arron, from Foo Chow Foo. Dalgety, Bl'aokw od and Co, , agonts. April. ; .- y. Misbross of tlio Seas, ship, Thnmos 'and w.orsoy. Lino, 17C0tona, T. B. Pain, from Li orpool. Diokson, William', nnd Co., agents./ . 5. Salao:a, barquo, 453 tons; J. Gallayha , from Mauritius. M'Ewanand Co;, agonia. 5. Ro'gato, ship, Lowther, Maxwell and Go's lino, 1U32 tons, H. W. Norrts, from Londol. Jas. H. Whito and Co., agonts. ' I 5. Elizab...

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BRUTAL MURDER IN BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 April 1867

BRUTAL MURDER IN BENDIGO. [FROM THE BENDIGO EVENING NEWS, APRIL 10.] This morning, about eleven o'clock, one of the most atrocious and cold-blooded murders it has been our lot to record, was perpetrated by a Chinaman, opposite Mr Bacon's store, where Arnold and Barnard streets intersects. The victim is Mr Penberthy, the   storekeeper in High-street. It appears from the statement of his widow that feeling rather un- well, he went out to take a walk, leaving her to at- tend to the business. He was seen walking down Barnard-street, and when between the     asylum and the hospital was accosted by his     murderer. Apparently a few words passed,         and he went on. The Chinaman followed,     and again accosted him, and immediately struck           him on the head with the hammer ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NAVAL TRAINING SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 April 1867

THE NAVAL TRAINING SHIP. Three years ago the Government resolved to turn an old block ship, named the Sir Harry Smith, to some useful account, by employing it as a training vessel for boys belonging to the industrial schools. The object was partly to train tho boys to a seafaring life, whereby, if they chose, they could earn a livelihood ; and partly to form the nucleus of a body of seamen capable, in case of emergency, of manning any vessel cf war with which the colony might find it desirable to supply itself . The ship was fitted up to accommodate 200 boys, and has been doing its work in the Bay ever since. A report of the the board appointed to inquire into the management has just   been laid before the Legislature, from which we learn that the ship received its first attachment   of boys on board on the 12th of June, 1865. | Up to the 30th of September, 1866, the date of the inquiry, the number on board amounted to 183, exclusive of 45 who had left the ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE VOLUNTEER SHAM FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 April 1867

THE VOLUNTEER SHAM FIGHT. A moonlight parade and sham fight by the Mel bourne and suburban volunteer forces took place on the night of the 20th ult., in the St. Kilda park under the command of Coionel Anderson. It was originally intended that a small parade only should be held, so as to try the horses of the St. Kilda Artillery under fire, in preparation for the forthcoming encamp- ment, this battery to be under the command of Cap- tain Sargood; but in consequence of so many officers   commanding different corps, expressing their anxiety to take part in the proceedings, the Colonel-Com- mandant found, on his return from leave on Mon- day, that it would be advisable to extend the plan of operations as a force of 1200 men, at least, was at his disposal. The arrangements were accordingly extended, and the St. Kilda Artillery, the Brighton Artillery and the southern rifles were directed to consider themselves a force on the left flank of the main body, to oppose a supposed ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 April 1867

?;? BIETHS. ' Blannin.— On tho 30th -ult., -at Mornlngton, the wife of; Alfred Blannin, of a daughter. Tasmanian papors, pleaso-r { iJAYNHAJL— -On the Zflth ult., nt Palmer-street, Oolling wood, tho wife of S. Baynham, of a Bon: ,. Br.OOK.— On the 81st ult., at hiB residence, : No. 00 Toung-streot, ! Fitzroy, the wife of Mr Bonjanun Brook, iunr., of a son. Corcoran.-— On tho 4th inst., at her residence, 238 Swan street, the wife of 'William P. Corcoran, of a daughter, both doing well. ' - :*.*], - - - ? . , Dendy. — On the 2nd inst, at Hoddle-street, Oollingwood, the wife of MrWUUoniDenby, of a daughter. . ; Davis.— On the 2Sth ult ; at Klizabeth-Btroat, Mrs Georgo Davis, of a daughter. '. ;,...; . : - Edwahus. — On the 7th inst., at Arnold-street, South Y/arra Mrs L. Edwards of a daughter. .. . ... .'?.-' Frasbr.— Oii the 23th nit, at the reBldenco of -Captain. Ferguson, Williftmstown, the wife of Captain Fraser, of tho :MiBsion ship Dayspring, of a daughter. ^aBlNE. ? On tuo 8th i...

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THE EXECUTION OF KELLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 May 1867

THE EXECUTION OF KELLY. Death appears to have had great terrors for Kelly, the convict recently executed at Beech worth, whereas imprisonment would have proved scarcely any punishment at all. From a long ac count of the execution in an Ovens contemporary, we select the following — perhaps more than enougk of such a betise:—' Tho day after he was sen tenced Kelly obtained permission to make a state ment to the Executive Council. This was taken down to his dictation by a fellow prisoner. It con tained simply protestations of innocence with out a tittle of argument, in their support, consistent with the sworn evidence given against him, which left not a shadow of doubt of his . guilt on the minds of those present at the trial. The poor wretch, however, clung to the idea that his statement would be favorably re ceived, and his life spared in con.-equonce. While undergoing cumulative sentences of six years ' at Pentridge for robbery and larceny, of which offences he was convicted at Kyne...

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PRONOUNCING SENTENCE ON MR BOOTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 May 1867

PRONOUNCING SENTENCE ON MK BOOTH. An Ovens contemporary furnishes an account of what took place on 27th ult., when Biskep Perry at tended at Trinity Church, Wangaratta, for the pur pose of pronouncing sentence on the Rev. Caleb Booth, for the offences which he had been found guilty of by the Ecclesiastical Court. ' There wore very few persons present. Mr Booth was asked by the Bishop, in accordance with tho act, whether ho had anything to say in mitigation of sentence. In reply, Mr Booth said that he was in a position to prove that ho did not' proceed down tho aisle, as stated by some of tho witnesses, but that he swung the dog from tho ground into Mr D. H. Evans's hand. Tho whole affair was the w^rk of a moment, and that moment was one of anger. Ho most so lemnly declared that tho act occurred as he said, mid that he swung the dog with one swing to* Mr Evans. Tho rev. gentleman then read two letters from the Advocate of tho diocese, in which ho (the Advocate) took exception to tho ...

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DEPARTURE OF DR. GOOLD FOR EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 May 1867

DEPASTURE OF DE. GOOLD FOR , ' europe. ; r ' ' In consequence of a communication ' from His Holiness the Pope, Dr. Goold, the Roman Catholic Bishop of Melbourne, has heen necessitated to take ii rather hasty,' but temporary^ leave of his charge ; and left for Europe by the It. M. S.S. Avoea on Sunday, 28tk nit. It is understood that the llight Bevei-end Prelate lias Seen sununoned to Roine, in order to, assist at tho deliberations with respect to the position and prospects of thp church. His intention to leave tyas not generally Imown among tho laity, and consequently there was little time allowed for preparing testimonials or other' marks of affection, but that] it was ineiely the opportunity, and not the feeling, which, was wanting, was shown by the crowd which assembled to see him off, and by the appointment of a deputation from the laity for the purpose of expressing a regret that a more general demonstration could not' be prepared. This duty was undertaken- by Mr O'Grady, M.Li....

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