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SHIPPING. HOBSON'S BAY. ARRIVED.—DEC. 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

SHIPPING. HOBSON'S BAY. AEBIVEO.-DM. SB. Claud Hamltun. P.N.E. ">4 A.S.N. Co.'* 7(0 tout, Gocdon ronsouby, from Sydney lDin inn, ftwengen— saloon: Messrs. Trncey, Jones, sua Bnndridgo; and nineteen An the steerage- entries Lewis and Ox, sgenu. Pbc. SC. b , . Ed to*, i.e., 900 tone, John T. Holle, from Portland 23rd Inst. 8. G. Uenty, agent. % A'aionchet ship, 600 ions, Black Bsltltne, Jsmei Busscl), from London, riA Gape Town 17tb uiL m eetgtra—Twonly*two In the second cabin. Bright I Brothers and Co,, agents. _ n , Western, s.t., w. Lues*, frost Portland, Port Fsiry, and Wanrotubool S&rd Insl Passengers-cabin: Miu : M'DowelL Uln Howard, Mis* Greer, MM Hughes, Mrs. Dooley and servant, Messrs. Glover and Moa bray; *nd twelve An the steerage. 8. G. Hasty, **Cbart« Edward, Q.L.L.K. Co.'« a.a.MUma, W. T. Browne. from Glpps Land Lakes 83rd Inst. Pas* frng« r«—cabin: Messrs. W. Thomson and Heel; and thirteen in the steerage. Htll, Nellley, and Co., agents. BaugaUra, A.6.N. Oo.*...

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

J r t cotd mft ] ' ' tton at which tfciIt Honoun have arrived will neoewatily. alter the practice forth* future. The following are the shippers of gold «n« Jewellery perNortham, for London :-6b«M gold, 0,864ox» 4dwt„ M'Oalloob, Sailor, age do.; 6 boxes gold, 7,B25«. l&iwt, jg* London Chartered Bank; 8 boxet n|i 8,881ox, Central Bank; 10 bo us gob. II.MOoe. lOdwt. lOgr, Oriental Bank; a boxee gold, 6,646o*. KMwt, Viotoilan Bank of ■' Auetralla; 6,7B2o* 18dwt 12rr.,New Zealand Bankof Australia; 7 bom gold, 6,825m. Hot Ogr., Victorian Central Bank; t,032ot. ic]^ 12gr, New Zealand Central Bank; 8 bain gold, lS,780oa. Met, lfegv, Victorian fio/al Bank; 665ox. lidwt. 12gr, New Zealand Boyal Bank; 4bWeagoM,0,fl70oa ledwt, 12gr„ Victorian Bank of Now 8onth Waltt: Ulox. Ufwt I2if, New Zealand Beak of New South Wales; 1 parcel Jewellery lot, J. Beokx; 1 panel jewellery, lOdwt! J. Crisp; 77,057o». lldwt. I%r.; Nee Zealand, U,672ox. lOiwt,; Victoria, 65,IS|os, ISdwt. Mgr.; total. £77,05...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MINING. SUMMARY OF THE WEEK'S NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 31 December 1864

MINING. SUMMARY OF THE WEEK'S r NEWS. At (hi* MMtra there ii always a dearth of | wining new* for • few week*, alter the usaal dose of the twelvemonth'* work with » few targe yields from puoel* of ploked stuff or of good stone, reserved to provide means for expenditure on the Christmas amusements. j ytli jeer, however, the number of suohap ipeari to be smell, end reoreetlon of ell sort* Ml), therefore, be hot moderately indulged in, for when then Is not exlr* money to spend each sports es ere provided will not be entered into with very much spirit.' Even ,«} this respect the diggers ere settling down Into e steady monotony, com pered with whet they need to have et Chrletmu time. Let u» hope thet it le not sooompenied by e lower etete of generel prosperity, or e went of mm rational happl n*ch news as we heve received is, however, , favourable, and complaints of e went of weter j ore tot no loud ae they were, Moreotalmi hero keen bottomed on the lead et 8onth Dunolly, proving, this to...

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

GEELONO WOOL SALES.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GETTING UP WOOL FOR THE MARKET. (FROM THE MARK-LANE EXPRESS, OCT, 24.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 7 January 1865

GETTING UP WOOL FOE THE MABKET. I (FBOX TH* SUBK-LAHX UFBSSS, OCT. 24.) The question whether wool should bo washed (a the heck of the eheep Is, we per ceive, J net now attracting attention among the New Zealand abeep-brmers, and the doe preparation of wool for market is certainly one of the first Importance to the colonists. Complaints during the past doaen years have been annnally made, in the principal wool brokers' reports, that Australian dips are not sent to market in no dean a condition as those which cane to hand for years previous ;■ and oertalnly New Zealand wools will not Improve the character In that particular, unlets the matter mends. So far from Ceding disposed to hare their fit sees washed dean, many new-fledged flock owners Intentionally half wash out the extraneous matter, and they aay that this addition of earthy matter end old yolk, by increasing the weight, will pay them better then the deenest wool they can send to Lou don or Liverpool. This novel doctrine of th...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ACCLIMATISATION. DR GRAY ON ACCLIMATISATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 7 January 1865

ACCLIMATISATION. Da GBAY OX ACCLIMATISA '• . TION. ft T0 THE EDITOR OF THE FIELD. • Sir,—I enclose fc fall report of the addreei delivered by Dr. 3. E. dm before the section over which he presided st the last meeting of the British Aseoolatlou. It is token from the both Chnnitit Of the lBthof this month. I beg leave to direct your attention especially to the part containing Dr. Orey'e views on the sucoeee of accUmstitatioB; and as no other journal has done so muoh *0 awaken the in terest of the publto In this important snbject as the /uid, I think, that a document of thli kind should be laid befoie lie readers, who, for the greater part, otherwise only become acqualLted with It from mutilated reports. This should he done the mora as the views expressed in It not only come from the highest authority in ecology, but abo ate those of every professed naturalist with whom 1 have conversed about the suhjaot. British Museum, Stp. 28. A. Gdbtuzb. " I now torn to a very different subject, bu...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FARM A GARDEN. NOTES ON THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 7 January 1865

THE FARff llpDEN. NOTES ONTBdB ^HTH. The dry weather anpposedto be at lei .culalioni which the i flail made with regard to tiio sappl his cowe fed upon the natui preceding eummer, from jlta favourable character, tended to delude s6me people into (lie belief that we were going to have a con tinuance of moiet sununen—jfait the very thing wanted for the productioiyof plenty of feed in the postures. Sheep fl'fld oettle feed being eo very abundant, led some etookholden to think (hat the land would carry a greater number of head to a slatod number of sores than would prorc to be the oase when dry weather and bare pastures became the rule. This naturally leads to some sort of inquiiy for a counterpoise to the occurrence of any contingency affecting the eupply of feed for eheep and cattle. Kich grass lands, sutgeet to periodical floodingj from rivers or creeks, will ever be found to cany a more than average number of stock in proportion to the extent of its area. The flooding of pasture lan...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE VINEYARD. NOTES ON THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 7 January 1865

THE ViftEYAHO. NOTES ON THE MONTH. We hate had a favourable season for the growthandfruiting of tin?*', f«w complaints are.heard, eithsrof blight orany other eril. The oontinusnoe of strong winds from the south-west hare had rather a pernicioue effect upon Tinea in exposed poaitioni. The neccs eity for abetter in auch positions is boooming a recognised principle | the difficulty resolree itself into this—what description of shelter is beat for the purpose. Some adriaetho planting of the thorny acacia, but this, like the generality of the indigenous shrube, it too short-lived; the Cape broom, the Cape wattle, and other shrubs of a similar habit, are quite aa unsuit able at the acacia. The blue gum makes a famous breaknind i but its roots and branches require an enormous amount of space. Among other plants suitable for shelter are the cherry, plum, almond, pear, white and black mul berries, walnut, carob bean tree, Spanish ches nut, and olive. The Spanish chesnut is an ornamental tree...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TURF PASSING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 7 January 1865

TURF PASSING EVENTS. Boxing Day Baoet pure, and the meet ing* which eelect Boxing Day and New Year'* Day aa being holiday time*, to en»ure a good «ttet>a«ooe, hate occupied the attention of minor apwtiQg circle* for the lut few day*. Speculation upon foture event* hi* been *lmo»t a dead letter, except with reference to the tatiA ~ . vrhioh ..... fintweet ii oeoama littoe jthh Ioa of Lantern, the wun - in the i Wc^

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HORSE-BREEDING AND HORSERACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 7 January 1865

HORSE-BREEDING AND HORSE-1 RACING. I Of all the subjects which hare been or may be made to furnish food for news* paper and scientific controversy, one might hare expected the matter of hone breeding in its relation to hone-racing to be the one earliest and most easily deter mined. It seems at first sight as if the question itself snpplied the answer. What sort of saddle-horse stock shell we .cultivate f to be answered—just that class that is of the greatest usefulness to man, andwhichumtee with this quality the possession of that noble spirit of emulation which gives ns the delights of the race, and at the same time supplies a t?ue test of the comparative excellence of Ac various strains of bloodrunning in the reins of the competitors. Yet, strange to say, in die matter of horse breeding in conjunction with horee raeing, every point is thrown into dispute by some person or persons, andeverything seems to be unsettled both as to: principle ghd expediency-; theoretiosl and praetieal ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MINERS' RACES, BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 7 January 1865

MINERS' RACES, BALLARAT. Thoe now ore to be bold on the Extended Coons, eg the 26th nnd 27th inst, and on Tuesday evening twelve nominations iron re ceived for the Overt Extended Handicap axr. Siipu's of g Surprise, aged Mr. Balnh'a b m Laer Long, Mr. J. Imutfa wk g Morart, aged Hi*. T. Wilaon'a b c Haddington, 6 jre Mr. T. Wilson's br f Mnsic, 4y» Mr. J. King's blk m Crinoline, 5 yrs Mr.E.Roberta'sbg Serip, 6 yre Mr. J. John's b g Bosh, aged Mr. P. Panto*** oh in Fairy, d j-n Mr. J. Chin's br m Blink Bonny, aged Mr. O. Watson's b m Riverine, 4 yn Mr. J. Holme's br m Fleur-dedis, 6 yrs.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TALBOT HANDICAP. (FROM THE TAL[?] LEADER.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 7 January 1865

1 (MKW -4Ki 'iitfS&lcaAMtlA'' ■-to* taMting "0t Wto£ra& i& X£» told ( HbUO, onttiBIai Xtioember, ito «iwil«ial&fie ftw A* Mr.WiWfboJC Mr.WJWebfto tor. n>M. Bdph'a bg£ Mr. Tboe. Balph'i b m' Mr.D.EdWn»n'.bcl Mr.O. Wataon'ehf BirMna,4_ Mr. King'* b m Orlooliae, i yr» Mr. Sobarp'e m g Maughfrlkij, aged > * Mr. J. Cane't b m £lkJt£om:y, afto.;': Mr. B.JJ. LamenMfa bf toaringhqp,lLjr Mr. Benard'ebm Ducbeajyageit .,, Mr. Krighnm'* b g Playboy, 6yn_;' _ Mr. Rowan'f b « Jjittle Johik fiyi??' ' Mr. John'abgBoeb, aged ' W' 4.;_ Mr.John'tgr g Yoriuhireman, aged : ' Mr. Una. Henty'e b g Woodman, aged Mr. Bovoir'a b g Muatang, aged Mr. VowWe br g Oonnm, aged Mr. J. Dodde'e b g Blair Athol, 6 jrt Mr. J. Bodda'a b gOnoe-a-Week, ( yn Mr. Tucker't b g Chrono, aged Mr. J. Holmea'a b m Fieur-de-lit, 6 yra Ur. P. Partlow's b g Monitor, 4 jn. Thii it the largeat number of nominationt erar receired for an up-oountry meeting. The atemrd* were tmaiumoni in diaanalUying...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WAHGUNYAH JOCKEY CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 7 January 1865

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Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POETRY. MARATHON. (Continued from the Australasian of Nov, 26.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 7 January 1865

POETRY. MARATHON. CContiavcdjhm At AntraUukut qf Aor, 28J " Op I Bp! ye mm of Attest* 1—high o'er the Entoan «kn The Impatient eagle wbeeh and amam * ud oofii the eooet of gore; The amoke at bumiaf faww and Sum ehnomb 111 Ereuia'a wall, Aul tia Mtda lill be hen an uftniKI MwSm UngthenU^ todow* MIL" "What hot ft»t-fb0t Fhcedlfipldaft! give ear to what wetay; Go tgraet the gallant Spartan kingi and U4 them to the fray; Our iaau a** fcr. Vtt mx hmrim aie fttemt, and Will uubokl the ildfe Xai M tar tbeetaady Dorian tramtv and the eomid of the Spartan fife,** On meayaboey hamlet tvpaia PettteUooc kx&* down. And ttanj a vine-dad elof* and knoll Hynmttia* thyme-fcanto crown ; With many almty hunter1* htm Citfaaarae** gorge* And blithe doth many a Stol>< tart oW NMibX. - — • • • f Froaamytn^ haniM Met the aUlwmrt juaiwrn From the flora* ofeweeiOolotiui, and from Saulum'e ■eabeat ihai; Cold an Afiietwn'areddMgfr fiiea, end Laariugfe mince areatUL Hudied the grey eoann a...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHILTERN RACES [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 7 January 1865

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Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENTERTAINMENTS. MR AND MRS. KEAN AND MS COPPIN IN SAN FRANCIS [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 7 January 1865

MIL AND 'tota Saw? Wetekettre fcOfewtac „ i*KUw>rf Umm autioroUud i »fi«nPrtMttwp»prt; ' "lit. •■ and 5»b£ "foe** .durtnjtbe flnt ilz filthts c total, Utta bwojwofln^te, the Jqdota iWlfe,' The r«tlpta~oD «»ir i JfewM. •' . "'TjwWifcV SecwtV fceordinery merit written, and Mrs, K,»n by George 1 twA^hn^ An Rd(ttMlikBin«MM the * Merchant :^if Vtttw •Tbe Wifob'«S^yWWetoe5»i 'Gsrneeterj'on ThnradsT^n^» •ni the'Jeslont W""-' "■** *JH?3 thhHeKhantoft _ "Mr. George W. I ffhStfiSSr.. last Bnnday «r«oioc l A treei.lltUe eojriea. ... Kin*' introdubed the new s let favour In tbe character a Mayor of Meter*, a consequent!* out olficiaVwhoee oddities "" trayrd vrith tsre hnmour, 1 of tire rait*-permitting ho tempting InnUy for raising e laugh to muee Identification »rlh tire character striking contrast to the_usual « ' exaggeration indulged in lrt comtt. open tbe California boards. Ut. < performance of iblt part r"—' * tbe pecnliaritlaa which 1 PJadde In Ate Nut*'line of which tender...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VICTORIA RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 7 January 1865

victoria eacing club. The iaetilmerte of ihtw doe in the Si. Legcr of 1665 end I860 here been paid to Uie fint Koadqf in Jaanagr of tibia jeer s— no it. tmm of 1865. Mr. Dowiim'e br f Illnminetwi, bjr W*r . Mr. Dowtt^e be f Men 7n», bj Wer Wi—klr ICut {Sjm, byKeipie—Held of Mr. Rowdan Oaecpc'e & f Oirendolioe, far Indan Wenioa—JtobUn*. , Mr. J. HupeiYbc Bootnereng, by Boi "do—Jenoetto. . Mr. Uurtie FuberVbt-oTboSiin, 6y Mas wrtdo—Oafln, i.} •..f.-v, itooc' fiblfcutsj&OFliB66^ Mr. Uartie FieWe br e Aajto, hj ataSSSSi-SW®* * l*W. « J^ME - % fc'JSBaWwWP'ffti .Mr-J-Wl^Sr (etilda. Mr. yMr, far-" ■SS~-H

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 7 January 1865

MISCELLANY. "IimSK," taid Bin. "that I wit..' •utoofwubwy- Rtw-fln&'a^r^ r"% War ttgbt the ietten of Oe aIpMferihii wamogadt Baa*wawi^arttwitn«da^^ ^£3? ssa^s»s!^W!sal ggawssaiaiiif _"4™!,'SutU,iS! ^ MAw iothefeW »tSSffisass5£g Js?$£sxs%**&& OB* mnh^U, wlalthlw. •■MyiHoU.-^iS! hte^lBa^miiwawiTlwBiw.Wliiw.MaiMj rw; ttcwto» labtutafati** wia^tejwrllw toaJlWja! USi't fSSStS^S'tiZi * ^"'?J'.pr m—) fe"»»i ^cgte, <wd thy myr wwt. (Mr tu»* 0f „ £ *** • rwitor toSkAafaj **».■■»•» ■««&*■* wHt Um twrtoHrf.t* wdJWttd b. u» rtrtJe at iiTjWi^C 13 it. SbqdiiltliiHwiltbibBi utlntK Mmiyw. wuia "n^twiraaW effnm AaatnXuhrtdK nfH nilrilfiTMitmiIIii nit j g'sj'w «aa <M »» mSSSH j iom BnaiM lxarau an toiMm tottenerintotaW^ttolUiMtw U» «J/tora»to<«wl* tvdwitt* i M»wn»atMli«.ii«^» ^i-mu.«

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DATES OF ENTRIES, &c., FOR COMING EVENTS. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 7 January 1865

DATES OF ENTRIES, &«, FOB COMING EVENTS. Jatoaht. 10 (Tuecty). AeoepJwMM for WtngtaOU H«niWw> mi^ St. Iiagw. 12 (Thui»d»yJ. BntriMibf GUdoog Sun. 17 (Tuwday). Acceptance* for Aoitnliu Cup. " * 81 (Tueadaj). Entrusfur frlbot Race*. Statu*r. 1 (W ednefdar). Beoond pament* be Ade laide Cap.;. 6 (Wedneid^). AAp^UDOMiarBMchvortli Hindicw* ^ 9 (Thurtdigfjfofaiaifo Ia«ne«tonOh»ra Entries tor Melbourne

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 7 January 1865

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