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THE MURRAY AND THE BORDER DUTIES. II [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

THE MtfBIUY AND THE BOEDER DUTIES. (mint otra bpiout, kipoktkb.) No. It Now that (be Government of New Sduth Wales has abandoned, tor the present at least, Its pretensions to exclu sive control over (he river Murray, the question of intercolonial or border Cus toms Ansa can be Aiacussed with more calmness, and in a less narrow spirit, than if the larger issue were still before Urn people of this colony in an aggravating form. It is probable that the Ministry may not be dis posed to suffer the claim - lately put forward by New South Wales to be undisposed of, to be asserted and re-asserted mom time to time. They may wish to see it settled by Imperial authority, for the sake of the future peace of the colonies; and if the larger question of Victorian boundaries should be raised, and if the future of Riverine should become mixed up with the boundary question, it will not be matter of regret beyond Sydney. In the mean time, the public can deal with the Cus toms dues question as if the r...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OPEN COLUMN. APPEALS FROM WARDENS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALISIAN [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

OPEN COLUMN. APPEALS FROM WARDENS. to rnr cditok or rat jlvshmuum, Bit,—The Supreme Gjurt hujust givena declslonwhlob isof vitalImportance tothe tulnlng^mmnnltjr, vis., In the cue of] JF«rrf/»o»d otAtri v. Boant (we The Argot, ] Sept. 28):— " It we anuestlonof lew, submitted to the 1 Court >9 the Judge of the-Oourt of Mines «t Hepburn—on n oompletnt before e warden under the Gold-field* Act, aeo. 70. If the j warden dismisses the complaint, ti there anjt appeal to the Oourt of Hlnee under 'section 84 or 88 7 The Oonrt held It* former deci sions of Dray v. Mullcr end f» re Potter ex parte M'DtrmoU to dispose of the question, decided that there'wu no appeal in suoh a J case, and wu of opinion that, enoh appeal mi intentionally omitted from the provi sions of the GOld-flelds Act/' As a practical miner, ana an Investor in mines, I tenet my that I am dissatisfied with the Gold-fields Act, with the ruling of the Judge of the Ooort of Mines, and with the ruling of the Supreme Oourt. I o...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

CRICKET. Hie hwnr nine which bare fallen daring (be xri will again of neceaaitr poatpone (be opening of die scaeon. The K.C.C. hare de termined not to uae their fine ground to-daj^ and we hare little doubt this example will I followed by trrcTj other dab possessing ground worth]: of being taken care of. A ballot for new members was alao to hare taken place t but that, too, baa been portioned until next Saturday, when, if the weather clean up, the match M.C.C. r. E.M.C. will be oom menoed. The members of the BarneaSeld dub, whose ground dries very quickly, arerequestedtomeet for pby thia afternoon (weather permitting) at the usual hoar. A meeting of the proriaional committee of the proposed Victorian Cricketers^ Aaaoeiation will be held at "be Cbreuoe Hotel, on Monday,. at ASOjun., Doe the purpose of farming die sssoeietion, twlloting for members, electing ; office-beams, te.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE GENERAL ELECTION VILLIERS AND [?] BELF AST, THUSDAY EVENING [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

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Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CASTLEMAINE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

CASTLEMAINE RACES. The following horses hare been entered for the " Great Centre " Handicap, and the Prince of Wales' Stakes. The stewtnL mast be highly gratified to find that their offer has been so heartily responded to by the owners of thoroughbred* from various parts of the eountry :— TOE GBEAT CIKTSt HAKDICAP, Of 200 eora. Two miles. Nominations on Saturday, 1st October; a further sum of 3 sots, to be paid on Saturday, the 22nd October; and acceptances, enclosing a final payment of 4 ana, to be uadt the eight of ^ j general entry. Weights to be published on ' the 15th October, the winner of the Mel bourne Cup to carry 51b. extra; of any ~ j;-*q r»ee of the advertised value of 100 -r two. or more such races, ■ —-'lUtire be* Alx.^ Mr. Day's Mr. Waldoelrs b c Booms. Mr. Trainer's b h Ebor, 6 yra. Mr. Holmes's br m Flear-de-iis, 5 yru. Mr. Pettet's b m Ids, — years (P) Mr. Hheatiey^b gMoolort, 6 yra. THE rBIXCB OP WAESS' KAEES. A handicap sweepst&kcs of 5 sors., with 100 so...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VICTORIA RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

VICTORIA RACING CLUB. The following nominations were received on Monday for the Victoria Plate, the three-miles race of the coming Spring Meeting in Mel bourne THE VICTORIA PLATE, A sweepstakes of 10 sovs. each, with 200 added. For all hones. Three yre old, 6st. 71b.; four yrs, 9st.; fire years, 9st. 111b.; six and end aged, lOst. lib. Maxes allowed 61b., 1 geldings 3lb. Throe miles. Mr. H. Fisher's ch f Rose of Denmark, 4 yre. Mr. H. Fisher's bro The Sign, 2 yrs. Mr. T. Henty'e br h Satnrn, 6 yn. Mr. Keighran's be Playboy, aged. Mr. J. Poor's b c Poet, 4 yrs. Mr. J. Wilson's br m Mosidom, 6 yrs. Mr. P. Robinson's br c Freestone, 3 ym. Mr. G. Holmes's br m Fleur-de-lis, 6 ym. Mr. P. Bowling's br c Roebuck, 3 ym.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MEETINGS OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

MEETINGS OF CLUBS. TLe annua] meeting of the Press Club, which lapsed lost Saturday, owing to the small attendance of members, is announced to be held this (Saturday) afternoon. The annual general meeting of the Moo nam be] Cricket Club was held, at the Pilot Boat Hotel, Moonarabcl, on Saturday last. The usual routine business having been gone through, the following gentlemen were elected officebearers for the ensuing season ^Presi dent,' Mr. Fletcher; vice-president, Mr. Dick son ; treasurer, Mr. Matthews *, secretary, Mr. F. Drake; captain, Mr. Lowe; rice-captain, Mr. George Telfor; committee, Messrs. Brough ton, Husband, G. Teller, T. Tetter, and Hull.— Aroca Mail. The annual general meeting of the Maldon Cnited Cricket .Club was held on Wednesday evening week, at the Kangaroo Hotel. There was a very good attendance, and the officers and com mittee for the ensuing season were elected, as fol lowe:—President, B C. M'Kenzie, Esq., P.M.; vice-presidents, C. Ogilry and D. Hutton ; ho...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE AUSTBALIAN ALLIANCE ASSUBANCE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

THE AUSTBALIAN ALLIANCE ASSUB ANCE COMPANY. The second annul general meeting of the shareholders of this company was held on the 29th ult„ at the Mech&uks'Institute; Mr. B. 6. Anderson, chairman of the board of directors, presiding. About thirty shareholders wexe present The Chairman remarked that the fulness of the it port left him little to say, bat he desired to impress upon the shareholders the fact that, if they endeavoured themselves to farther the business of the company, the satisfactory results obtained would be made still more favourable. The directors had not been in the habit of stating the office value of the shares, but it was desirable that they should do 60 now. The present office value was Ids. IGid.; that is, the shareholders would receive that amount on their 10s. shares were the concern wound up then. The report was before the shareholders, and he moved its adoption. Mr. J. B. Milton seconded the motion. The following Is the report (abridged) " The direct...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PROPOSED VICTORIAN CRICKEIERS' ASSOCIATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

PROPOSED VICTORIAN CRICKEIERS' ASSOCIATION. TO THE EDITOB OF THE AF8TEAL1BIXK. Bir,—It will be interesting to many ot your readers to know that the intercolonial matches with New South Wales will, in all probability, be resumed this year. For the information of the cricketing public, I attract the following from a letter reeeired this week from a leading member of the New South Wales Cricketing Association. He saya :— " I would bare replied to yours of the 7th (Sept.) before this time, but from a desire to ascertain correctly the feelings of the leading members of our association. I hare now done this, and I eon oorfdently assure you that there is erery dedrMb) renew our intercolonial matches. Iyas bur fair I should let yon know that ai^ority of our leading crickelm arc still annoyed that no steps were taken on your aide to inquire into the misunderstanding of 18631 and although they will offer no ob stacle to the renewal of these games, they still adhere firmly to the opinion that ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOWN EDITION SHIPPING. HOBSON'S BAY ARRIVED. /P=M-/OCT.0 [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

TWN EDITION. SHIPPING. HOBSON'S BAY. ARBiVED.—Oct. 0. Marco Polo, ship, 1,025 tout* Blask Ball Due, Lieut. W. 11. Arnold, R.N.H., from Liverpool July 7. Passengers—lablnMr. and Mrs. Black, Mrs. Goodall, Miss Rlchardaon, lliss Thomson; and 375 In the ateeragc. Mr. T. 11. Thomson, surgeon su]»eriuteu dent. Bright Brothers and Co , agents. Thomas Brown, barque, 279 tons, J. M. Jackson, from Launetsltoi 5th Inst. No passengers. James Henty and Co., agents. Oct. 7. Havilah, s.s., 300 tons, W. N. Thorn, from Adelaide 4th hut, Passengers—saloon : Messrs. Lesley, Mills, Walker, and Laffarra. Win. Uayles and Co., agents. City of Hohart, aa, 700 tons, Alfred Darby, Irom Dunedin 1st insL, sill Bluff Harbour 2nd lust. Pas sengers—saloon: Mr. and Mrs. Gcrrand, Mr. and Mrs. Horner, Miss PceL Mrs. Laiarua, Mrs. Milne, Miss Laurence, Mr. and Mrs. Lattrenoe and family (two), Mrs. Patterson and family (two), Miss Patter son ; Messrs. lscnberg. Dodd, Murray, Tickle, con grieve, Aylmcr, Caudlish ; aud ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL. Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

COMMERCIAL. Thursday Evening. There has not been any Improvement per ceptible in business to-day, and beyond a few trade orders, there are no transactions to report. Sales of wheat, ex Coilings-ood, have been effected on account of country pur chasers, at 10s. 6d. Adelaide wheat can be placed at lis. Od., and flour continues at pre vious quotations. Parcels of Hennessy's brandy, in case, have been disposed of at 81s. Blasting powder is in better demand, and holders are asking an advance of from Jd. to Id. per lb. The Marco Polo has arrived in the bay, after two days' detention at the Heads through stress of weather. She brings 200 tons of wheat, and a valuable general cargo. Telegraphic advices from Sydney state that the revenue of the quarter ending September SO, shows a decrease of nearly £8,000 com pared with the corresponding period of list year. The diminution of revenue derivable from sales of Crown lands is £22,000. but the revenue from Customs duties, it is stated, ex hibits...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. HAMILTON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. HAMILTON, Friday. The *MritoB «f » ntnber of Uu LactaMta <Muufi firth* Western Pnrrlnoe took pUoe Hewr *Bl«r w» returned [ '! - *■•' WDNBY, hair. jcWdtar. lu* been impended for j ilkees jmctie^lbetee thepglioe j Onlatk. Iltt night, «ad j m ■■■■■■ ysi^ata fart sight fa fto { to the atarfeiML Tbo Bar. — Hackle attended as a delegate from Vic toria. Mr. Da-rid Buchanan has been elected for East Macquarle, after a sharp contest The race-horse llamorele has been sold for China. A volunteer sham fight will take plaoe to morrow. Business continues very dull. The ship Blanche, bom Marseilles, for Japan, has put In for provisions. She is re ported to have 3,000 barrels of flour on board. Arrived.—St Vincent de Paul, from Val paraiso, with 0,092 hags and 400 hall-bags of flonr; Matador and St Louis, from Mel bourne; Oregon, from Auckland; Marie Laurie, from Adelaide. Sailed. — Balclutba, for fiockhampton; Spray, for Taranaki.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PER CREVILLE AND BIRD (REUTER'S AGENTS). NEW SOUTH WALES. SIDNEY, Oct. a [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

FEB GBEYILLI AND BIBD (RIUTEB'S AGENTS). NEW SOlTTII WALES. SIDNEY, Oct. a The captain and six men of tlie Tybee were drowned. The chief mate and two of the crew were brought to Newcastle by the Dooribarg. No further tidings bare been received of the crew of the New Moon. The Empire states that, having made nume rous inquiries throughout the country as to the appearance of the crops, the result is that the prospects of the wheat crop are gene tally considered satisfactory. Roberts won the game last night by 1U points, having given Mr. Josephson COO out of 1,000. He plays Norcliffe, his agent, to-night, giving GOO points. Mr. Gregg, an artist engaged on Punch, went out boating on Tuesday last with five friends. The boat has been fonnd smashed to pieces on the Long Beach. It is supposed that all on board have been drowned. The steamer Boomerang, from Brisbane, picked up a boat on the passage down, with the name Warren Hastings on the stem, and some clothing in it Arrived. —City of Mel...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DATES OF ENTRIES, &c., FOR COMING EVENTS. OCTOBER [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

DATES OF ENXBEBS, &&, FOB COMING • EVENTS. Goran. 22 (wnrdaj). Saooad parjngnt* far, Otm OninH»nd5fl*p. Z, * 26 (XWty).Bi]tziet for Melbourne Spring Meeting. ; HOTBIBKR. J (Tueadar). Korotnetiwltfar Adelaide A> • .■ r dap. 1 (Tueedi dele 3 , 8 (Taadiy). Komttnritotn forBrilarafgnndi 8 <_ Htmn'l, 14 (Hotidejr). SntriwforOWfamaiMSMM. Daenan. Somhfttgnt far VengM»tt» adDUXane JainttBT. farWrnp 10 (Tuatfar). Antertanoea for ffimnUt ■ '■V! Jtonxivr. 1 (WedoNfa)). Seoogid j*/nrenta fag ;Ade-~ hide

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BACKS TO COME. OCTOBER, [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

BACKS XOOOXE. 12—Minora 6t«mlocha*e«. . Kowom. 3,4,6—Melbourne Spring Bams. 15,10—Oaattemaine Biuxe. 23—Kewataad Baoea. 23,24,86—Wagga Wagga Baoea. 30, December 1/2—Bellini Baoea. DfOXKBIK< * S—SiojrthaadaJe, Broirn*, and Oarngiuun ] Baeaa. ' . 21,22—Hamilton Baoea. .Statrawr. 4.5—Btanxbcbne Baeea.. 5.6—Portkcd Baoea 17,18,10 Cbatartiw/ Champion Moating, JUS. . . 24,'VfangaraH* Baoea. Ensrasi. S, 10—CfaQten Baoea. .

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TURF REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

TUBF EEVENTJE. The alpect of thetlemingtoa oourse on Saturday last must bare gladdened the beart«-cf the aanguina fiuaneien of the Victoria Baring Club. Above three thousand viiitera on the ground, albBit the pleasure aeelcera were deprived of that greateatofloxariea, a railway conveyance to the aoene of sport p—and the revenue from gate tolls, grand etand admissions, bill tielcete, refreshment rooms and bootha, with an udendum from the Selling Stakes, made up a anm of £258, wherewith to pay 125 eova, in prizes and the usual expenses. -Here was a prospect for the Chancellor of the Exchequer of the V.B.C., had not business caused him to be abaent from the reaping of the productive harvest by the joyful stewards of the Hunt Clnb's holiday, A very pleasant thing is a good and reliable turf revenue; and it is hard for any folks, however good their will and strong their determi nation, to carry on long without- it. Turf revenue questions have, to say the least of it, always been open, an...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE TRUE EXCHANGE. LATEST STATE OF THE OPPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

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Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TRAINING STABLES IN THE SPRING. No.II. THE EMERALD-HILL STABLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

TRAINING STABLES IX THE SPRING. No. n. THE EXSEJAD-HILL 6TABLES. Id the Eastern-road, on the park side of Emerald-hill, Dan. Bobinson has esta blished his head-quarters, having pur chased a snug little freehold with the winnings of tee first horse he trained here, Hector O'Halloran, whose condi tion, it will be remembered, brought him successfully through the great Steeple chase ran lor at the tint race meeting ot the late Victoria Jockey Club. " There is a tide in the eBaim of" trainers, espe cially public trainers, "which taken at the flood lead* on," if not exactly to fortune, at any rate to competence and comfort. Public trainers hare hitherto often been avoided, as being too public aa " ■^vjjJearj but it' may be taken as " -*u' that, at present the (vu.. ^ wjt where the ownerot'inu, keeps a lad at home or elsewhere toUat». for him, singlehanded, he does both his own. pocket and the prospects of his horse a great injustice, for it u far cheaper at present rates to secure the set...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE HUNT CLUB STEEPLECHASES. SATURDAY, Oct. 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

MELBOURNE HUNT CLUB 8TEEPLECHA8ES. 8atu*da?, Oct. 1. Stewards.—Messrs. G. Watson, J. Bevan, B. Power, If. Greene, and G. Hollo, jun. Starter.—Mr. Molesworlh Geeene. Judge.—Mr, James Henderson. Cleric of the Course.—Mr. Tatterasll. The first of October appears to be a lucky day for stewards of twoem and Saturday last ought to hare been selected for the occasion of a second Grand In tercolonial Champion gathering, when pleasant recollections of 1859 would nave been revived, and perhaps the glories of the past rivalled successfully by the meeting of numerous new homes, eon tending together .over three miles for the first time. But, alaok and well-a day I our modern Turf leaders sue afraid to face sucoess; it seems as though years of decline and disaster had ren dered failure and disappointment dear to them, as, indeed, it has neon in one sense; and one would think that there was none ! of the Champion spirit left in their minds, —to court and win triumphs, although i already waiting to...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REVENUE RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

BEYENVK BFTL'BKS. The usual quarterly and other returns of the revenue and expenditure of tbe colony were published in the Gazette of yesterday. It will be seen from the following tables that the returns are not of an unsatisfactory cha racter. The great increase on the quarter is due to the flowing in of Land revenue, an increase in the Railway income, and an im provement in the Customs retains The following table shows the Treasurer's estimate and the net receipts doting the tint nine months of tbe year:— £i" v8oi m m KatBmlpto to 60th Sept., 1964. £ SOOyOOG SMM 69,900 90,000 9,000 78.TM 93,750 9x764 19,90w 12,000 12*600 6j000 7,600 6,260 £ 6. d. 697,949 1 9 87,426 4 1 29,776 12 7 97,996 18 9 10,944 10 9 84.621 3 9 75,946 8 7 8,414 12 t 26,095 6 6 12^14 19 4 12^95 6 7 6,212 6 2 9,760 10 e 4,247 10 9 4M90 61,693 19 9 11*251 19 6 630,600 850,0)0 C 7 6,904 ItySfO 12,049 I e 9,954 6 0 6,676 a^tso 0 4> 7,876 6,148 12 1 28,6* 27*492 18 7 936,900 93,760 22^00 6,766 6£M 960,649 11 11 8...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
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