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THE ASYLUM AT KEW. (FROM THE ARGUS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

THE ASYLUM AT KEW. (ROK TH1 4X3HH.) After two yean of preparation, tbe work of betiding a new lunatic asylum at Kewli faitiy baton,- and we map expect, aooner or later, to Uda long and happy farewell to tbe Yana Bend Asylum. The proposition ii to replace the disagreeable traditions of tbat still dismal plaoe by those of a i system founded In mercy and justified by the experience of the foremost philanthropists of I onr time. An object so exoellent as this j was not to be gained In a harry. Thought ful deliberation waa required, and *0, in , customary Government faahkm, wisdom was j sought In a moltitode of counsel. A Boyal commission, including a host of me dical men more or less qualified to judge In each matters, one lay gentleman acquainted with the management of lunatics, and Mr. W. W. Wardell, Government inspector of public , works, was appointed, and In the process of | much time a preliminary plan was adopted. Fortunately there was little occasion to de part from the rale* la...

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

THE NEW PURCHASES FOR THE NATIONAL GALLERY. The art exhibition customary at thii season, which thli year hu ben transferred from Mr. Simmers'i studio to the Pahllc LIbiery, in oonsequence of the pictorial com petition invited by Government and the Legislature, will owe at least some of the probable permanence to Its attractWeneai to the timely arrival from England of the additional art pnrnhaom for the Victorian National Gallery. Of the attractiveness, and, etUl more, of the value o( these aoquldtlona, there cen be no question, for they are the object! of geaeral admiration, and they hare been purchased under the advice of one of the first of living anthoritiee on art; and if fanng tide by aide with native products, some lights most grow paler In the comparison. The tenon taught, even to our artiste, will not be the least of the valuable considera tions gained by this expenditure from our public resources. With painters, as with poets, the art of edf-measnrement Is the most difficul...

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

BALURAT MINES, ^ KlAgtoiimd I .^, 'SiMiwiifct ttport*»Wlow»:- > , — — „ . ..tfkMk] *• J32S& l4*Tk« Sod <rt'«ort Kill a "BSSBSSSffla There are muj buyers la the market at £165 cash. The erection Dfmidilnery li rapldlj pearinfeompletioii. the Cownopollun Company hee washed 8l0ou-»e*s for the fbrtiilgbt; the dividend laB*. A great many cheep scrip have been quietly bought up thta week. Closing pnoes—buyers at £1810»-, setters at £13 As. the Albion Company have wsibed It* nonces for the week; No. t abaft li down fifty tot Scrip am offer log at lower prices. doling prions;—Buyers at £9. acuen at £9 iOs. The Netoou Company em engaged In tendring machinery, Scrip hare been dene as high as£28, and aa low aa fill 10s. The market dosed thla evening with buyers a< this figure, and no idlers under £ti there ft a buyer for a large pared at £21 10a., .on terms. Tba had Jacket Company.— Forty fen hare been driven thla week. Scrip are wanted at £is 6a., no aaliert u...

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

WOOD'S POINT. Mr. O'fietrdon, Wood's Point, reports (22nd init.) m lollows " 11m principal aouroe of interest In tide market tlnuoue depredation in the price of All Nations scrip, which are now to be bad for £tt 10s. This sudden fall has been the result of ad rices from Melbourne betokening a coming panic, rather than from anything connected with the Talue of the mine itself, the very bodneeedoD and Fem4ree aharee within the last few days, £10 loe. and All being freely given for the former, and the latter price being demanded for Fern-tree. All under that price in the market bare been withdrawn. The Loch Fyne and Fern-free Company hare just crashed fifty tone of atone, raised in three weeks by men, which has produced Sites. The direo a balance in tarour of tin company bankers' hands. Tbia is the aecond dividend within a month. At No. 1 North, on the nma reef; a trial cnwhlng ha* produced 70s. to the ton. There is much demand for 8mile of Fortune tunnel aharee. Scrip In Funny Dogs is...

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

TALBOT. Tbe new* IbU week to very fsroursblc, ' although not quite eo exciting « tut week. Tbe returns from the various claims ere <u follows:—Pi near, 87oi.; Darling, 14os.; Great Tunnel, 22ox,; Peisererenoe, 40m.; Wheel of Fortune, about 40o*.; Britannia, 24oi. The long drought hag operated powerfully.on tbe returns, and a little ratu Juet now would prove very acceptable both to tbe miner and (armor. The Search and Find It Company have accepted fresh ten- j den for alnking at £3 pec (oat, and are I abont appointing tbelr working manager, j Tbe Boyal Standard Company met with a alight accident to their machinery, whloh caused a partial atoppage for aliont a day and a half; all to, however, now going on well; they ate erecting two puddllng-machinea. Robinson's are down seventy-four feet, and have struck water. Tenders are invited for engiue, &c., of twenty to twenty-five horse power. Logan's Paddock to down thirty-five feel, and they expect to require utaohinery e...

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

MINING NOTES. The following la lb* quarterly report preeentod to tto An of Progreae Company, Wood'e Mat, under date toe 17th Int.:—"During the peat quarter the company"! paddock, which contained a oooiWerable quantity of atone, and tbe working! In the mini, bari been thoroughly cleared out to admit of new arrange ments in working the claim A large lot of poor atctre and mullock w neoeeearlly (rushed during Unae operation, the yield being nertrtbelaai ntu tbe alote toward! the ureatem boundary. In which direction the claim U quite unexplored, and fabta (air to jiaid largely. The hand prooeei of treating Heliketlrea Bill allorda excellent re um; the work ing of which, together wrlth shoot 220 cnportclil feet of blanket!, la pmfotmad by the oasal number of band! hitherto employed at the mill Tbe battery with the new foundation! and bed-lay la noir firm and steady, and haa walked without tntermlaalon afnco the day tbe repair! wore completed. TbeyWde far tbe quarts or u foOew28201., 217o...

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

IMPOUNDING!:. Ho&amg.—Impounded at Morang, l&th D somber, 1884, by Mr. J. Patton. Trespass 6a i—Bay hone. white stripe down forehead, saddle marked, near hind j fetlock white, JP near and off shoulders. If not i claimed and expenses raid, to be sold on 18th January, 1805. Joseph Botchrcboit, Poundkeeper, Vom-laee.—Impounded «t Mortiake, lffthpeoeni faer, 1864, by A. MWooL Air Noil Black. H.UC. Trespass id. each:—Dark bay or brown filly, ctar, ^ black points, long tail, tfoaro on ratap, no risible j brand; bay filly, draught breed, long taiL huge star, blade points, scan or brands off new and shoulder; . light grey lores, switch tall, 0 near neck and shoulder; iron grey filly, small star, long tail, no risible brand; ■ chesmit oolt, white stripe down the fsos, no ristUo j brand; piebald filly, no risible brand. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 16th January, 1866. Robert Neuom, Poundkeeper. Motjst Roust. —Impounded at Mount Room Shire i Pound, 15th Decem...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE MARKETS. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 28. THE MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

MELBOURNE MARKETS. wsdkudat, Dec. 28. 3hewll& Tfct holidays baring only termlsattd yesterday, tannery any report can be supplied of tbe past week. To-day, bowem, there has been a fair trade inqaJry for email parcels at from £21 to £22 per ton lor first quality floor; bran faMlrnhhinHroaU.8d.ioU.4d* per buahd; pollard, la fid. to la lOd. per bushel: oatmeal, £22 to £23 pa ton. BKTJkXL MANKEIS. Butcbsn* Meat.--Beef, fid. to 64. per lb.; Button* gitofidL do.; nil, Td. to Bi do.; jport, «i to I. do.—all aooardlng to quality. Poultry.—Fowl*, i. to 6a. Mr pair; geeee, lb. U 18a do.; dueka, 7a to 8a do.; turkeys, 60a. to 82a da; cheese, Bd. to lOd. par lb.; em In. 6d. to la fid. per docan; butter, &mh, Bd. to la. per lb.; bread* fid. to lid. the 42b. fcaf; mflk, Od. to 74. per quart. Good corned bed can be purchased for l|d. to 24. per lb., and fare-qusitefi of mutton for 3d. per lb. H&T MARKET. Tbe supplies hare been of unimportant extent " 'rtbelastf J— .. . durin...

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 — 31 December 1864

MELBOURNE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. The Atutnlufas Office, Wedoeedey Erenlnr. Since the dale <A cor last report of the irioes cor- i rent, the holiday* have Spt^reiud, ao<l notrattssc- 1 lion* of any note have transpired. Holder* of most description* of Imported good* are steady lo their . demands; bet country nappies for the Christmas i demand having been forwarded, trade ia almost in i abeyance, and will oonttzrae so, In all probability, i during stock-taking, and, in fact, until after the I arrival of ih* next mriand mail. Quotations are 1 scarcely unchanged, as we have already noted, aod rule as follows—the lately reported (allores baring betn moeUy arranged, although confidence has been I contidwaWy shaken, and the etUl unannounoed changes in the taHff eootinne to have an unfavourable , effect on the markets. Ale and 8tost.-Hetr Brewery Co.'« Carilsls ale, 1 £710a; Baasb Wo.fi (cewL £8; Joule's, £717a fid. to ' £6; MaJrian%£715e.to£B; AiUopp'a. £715*.; Bya...

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

LATER NEWS FROM AMERICA. SYDNEY, Pamir. The Royal Exchange brings Cali fornian papers to October 29th, and New York news to 2Cth, The telegraph line broke down three days prior to the vessel's sailing. The press telegrams confirm the ntter defeat of Early by Sheridan. Richmond papers estimate the Con federate loss at 10,000, including 1,000 killed and wounded. Sheridan's fences scoured the valley on the 21st and 22nd, without finding the enemy. He supposes them to have broken up. Eleven thousand men are ordered to reinforce Early. Hood is still retreating before Sher man ; the former is suffering from want of supplies, and is likely to fall back on Alabama. Price, attacked by the Federals in Missouri, was defeated with heavy losses, and compelled to retreat, but afterwards defeated a small Federal force under General Blunt A despatch from Grant states that on the 22nd of October four Confederate ironclads attacked the Federal forts on the banks of the James River. A Bharp fight took...

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

LATEST TELEGRAMS. GEELONG, FtwiT. For the Bsrwon Free Handicap, Bellona, aged, has been handicapped at Sat 21b. 6TDNEY, Thobsdat. At the wool nlei today about 700bdea were sold at last week's rates; one pared of fleece realized 20J<L Mr. M'Lean, squatter, of Qneeoaland, writes to the Heraldregarding H'lntyrd'a dfsoorery of marked trees. He says that the Queensland blacks call the place Bnnderaballa, and state that a party of white men died there yean ago, bat coald not give particulars. The Colonial Secretary has been retained for the Hastings, and Mr. Martin for Tarhlan. The squatting caie of Jffltay v. Tyien is Large panels of tobaooo wen offered at •Miction. The trade is folly supplied, and dedined panhadsg. Business quiet. Halze, 4s.; oats, 8a 3d. Sugar Oosnpany quote, duty paid, snowdrapa { £48; crystals, £41; ether sorts, £32, £35, and I m. j Anleed.—Alexandra, from Rookhampton; City of Brisbane, bom Brisbane; Amateur, from Auckland; Maty Nicholson, from Torres Stra...

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

COMMERCIAL. Friday Evening* The business for 1804 may be said to have doled to-day, with transactions neither numerous nor important. Cjuntry orders have been lessening as the year drew to its dose. To-day the principal inquiry was for wheat and floor, the country millers pressing for small supplies of the former, and the bakers seeking small parcels of the latter. Adelaide brooght from 9s. to 9s. 3d. Adelaide floor could scarcely be got, and realised from £22 IGs. to £23. Chilian wheat (now out of fint hands) has been sold leadilyat from 7a. to 8s. per bushel, according to quality. A lot of 600 bushels changed hands at 7s. 6d. Chilian flour sells freely et (torn £16 10a to £17. Seventy tons of fine barrel flour from New York, ex Levanter, brought £21 per ton. Two thousand bushels Scotch oats were bought at a shade over 3a Mtchen's stout has been sold at 9a -6J, duty paid; and Jonle's ale at £8. Forty tons of fencing wire, Nas.4, 6, 6, 7, and 8, changed bands at prices fully sustain...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOWN EDITION. SHIPPING. HOBSON'S BAY. ARRIVED—DEC. 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

TOWN EDITION. SHIPPING. HOBSON'S BAT. ARRIVED Dec. 29. Mm? Miller, barque, £72 tons, J.L& Brown, from P.rt Louie, Mauritius, 17th ult. No passengers, I ©ill, Fowler, end Co , amenta. Victory, schooner, « tone, W. Baker, from Table | Cape £0th lost One passenger. G. Lewis and Co., agents. ^ VK. so. Yam. hrhr. £28 tons, F. W. Foiken, from New. 1e, N.S.W., " " ~ castle, N.S.W., l&th insV. No passengen, J, c. Ellis and Co., agents. Spec, brig, 268 to us, J. B. Sydserff, (ram Newcastle, N.B.W., 10th Inst No passengers. J. Peterson, agent. Black Swan, s.s., 400 tons, W. H. 8eundera, from JN*W ORIU) B.B., WW WU», " » #l> 9*Uinipn> fCVUI Launceston 40th lost. Passengers—saloon : Mr. and Bo. Levinjr, Mr. and Mr. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. J. Cochrane, Miss Taylor, Messrs. Browne, Beaumont, Coulter, Docker (two), PetfleJd, Cummlngs, Oliver. JSaunLers, Coote, Cameron, Arbeck, Knight; and eleven In the steerage. Willi ana Bayles and Co., aeentB. CLKABGD OUT.—Dac. SB. Dtahtu, s...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE PRESBYTERIAN YOUNG MEN'S ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

THE PRESBYTETJAN TOl'NG MEN'S ASSOCIATION. The members of the Melbourne Presby terian Young Men's Association five a pio-nlc, at Banbury, A number of the committee left Melbourne by tbo seven. am. train, and had the arrangements very complete by the time of the arrival of the ten o'clock special train, which bionght the main body of members and their friend". At the atatlon a procession was formed, and matched to the camping-ground, when all joined in singing the national anthem. The company then broke up in to several parties, and oommenoed a variety of amusements, according to taste. The eerly part of the day wsb thus spent in an agree able manner. At one o'clock about ninety sat down to a comfortable and substantial lunob. Subsequently, the various amusements were resumed, and kept up with renewed pleasure and seal till five o'clock, when the company wen summoned to the tent, to enjoy an ex cellent tea. Immediately after tea Mr. James Groundwater, of the Scotch Colleg*. was calle...

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

THE UNIVERSITY. The University nod the National Moseam had their foil share of attention paid to them on Monday, being visited throughout the day by large numbers of persons, many of whom appealed to be holidij -teepees from the country. The collection of mining model' were examined with great fob"—' * the visitors who rls-- - Hie artificial . -^.oute, end all of the dlf _ —v otyrcts of attention, were inspected a£d variously commented upon by the ■ visitors. The galleries In (he new National tfneenm could not be visited, the staircase not being yet built, although a large number of cases and their contents have been placed In them.

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

FRUITS PICTURE. Notwithstanding thil the HUM ul the ; weather took «o matj people away from Melbourne co Monday, > large number of per eoce availed themeelrq of the opportunity of visiting Mr. Summers'! (alloy, in Collins street cut, for the puriceeof Inspecting Ike j lemons ** Derby Day" fcJute. Indeed, In the j forenoon there was qiujpa crash, each eisitor i being anxious to httn his fill of the enjoy ment necesraillyattenrfmt ontheoontempla- ] tion of the met nlficenlj creation which hsi secured for Mr. Frith snth e world-wide name end feme. j

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

THE VICTOBIAN AKT EXHIBITION. One of the most attractive exhibitions of the season is the temporary picture gallery opined Id the new wing of the Public Library, with the competing pictures tor the Govern ment pi lee for the best work painted by'a colonial artist The exhibition Is interesting on several account*. It affords the public the first view of the noble reading-room now completed, and it contains, In addition to the competing plctarm above referred to some half dortn works of considerable art pretention, purchased (in name of the Go* vemment) for the Victorian Art Gallery, landed on Saturday toil' toe True Bdton, and now on view, Ofjhe gallery little need now be aald, beyond thi tot that the new wing is exactly a counterpart of tho southern i building, ao familiar to Melbourne readers. It la all but finished, the painters having now only to add aosns cotonrlng to the roof and walla to complete the reswabjanne. In a few weeks, when the picture gito place to the well Iwnml to...

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

THE POLYTECHNIC HALL. Tils institution *u re-opened on Mondsy ! by Mr. Alfred Phillips In en entertainment entitled " Erin-go-Bragb, or, A Trip to the Lakes of KilJarney." The name eoggests the character of the entertainment, and doeeao correctly. It is ortensibly the description of a tonr through Ireland, with frequent allu sions to the past history of the "gem of the ei a." anecdotes 111citratlre of the racy hnmoar of the peasantry; ballads and songs, humour ousand eenttmenlal, all of en Irish character; and a eeriee of pictorial illustrations of Ire land's beantifal and romantic scenery. The entertainment is on the whole a (tod one, though the deecrfptife part of It is heavy, more especially tor festive times; hot the anecdotes Introduced are mostly good, and they have the addition el ad ran tags of being very well told. Mr. PhUllpe can also ring an Irish song, whether humourous or •toumental, with oonslderahle aHU1 and taste, and his rendering of "The Harp that once throutit Tar...

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

BIR0H*8 HOLIDAY TRIP. Mr. Bitch* t**m*naai before * ltd. bounaMdbnoeat tb» HWiiiilw' TnaHftlte. OotUni gtwBt, on ttmOar, attaints more peiaoiii tjiantliejdaoa hMmn ifctiiauya year.. tt wrai crunmed to exocnt. ninler Ulntnent waa "The Holiday OTa" botao mMflcJ with frwb fllniinHoai, obawctwa.' wtotji n caSkwmi* w(Mi WWWI.IM

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