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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

i Merchandise, ' BRIGHT BROTHERS and Co. Jiav«i saBALE— \ Bibr'ibladliis Washing crystali. Klngsfonl'e eertrw Thou marina. cod nw, spiced aalmon ; sardira, qn. •„ Xwtlert assorted wnfdcihme r^llFlrttodVewB. tacks* assorted tacks HmlprlntiJtt nopeis, J ' ftre~reciituw s*£t* i' and pick-handles Americas shovels, scythes, Dashboards Joule's stone ale, to balk Daw-son's ale, No. 4 Hnchto'e DG«ltn stoat* la 8-dozen cases -Minder's Dublin stout* in bhds. ' Vfefatog> Taylor and Co's. CampbeUton in wood Do—Bbsrrtfa and OllWs. in cMe Bjundj—PlJtet, Caatilkm, tod CoV * Do—OagBtojaneyard Proprietors' Ynoes^PermJbpmes* champagne, claret, 8ept» 88,1804, "ROSS JLl 6Atl and SPOWER8 have on 6A&B, « *1 XntM-Mwt, Motbourne,— Port* m4 ibmilrs, ctf firion brand* Pdnhard tott Jordan's sparkling moselle* sad hcx*,«sd«ttnhi*fc. Champagne tod dnt BjnuKKT u4$o,^ brand?* «j<Tceee 13e6eni» Vto6«Aei|iiaOeM De Kb* -ItotWs oetotealsd uttm ? KSnrenV gto*er win® M Wtter* tSegtodbptdUB^ Jto8^h...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ART. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

ART. Pboto uiHooBirus — We hate I some photo-lithographs, execatad in J Mr. J. TV. Osborne, lata of tbe ( department. At the retnrn of an < by the Brastian Government to J Eaatern Aria, which wss accotnpani 1 artist, Hen Berg, for the purpose sketches of the country actusBy cftoj report was published; and it to multiply these sketches, Mr. Ojlfeief who was then resident in Berlin, enga iaper fecting his process, was requests H tote the work, to connexion, wit he i graphic establisbnunt of lierr Koi SO, and succeeded admirably. T dia clearness of the foreground, wl oat I slightest tendency to fill np, tbi oft j lines of the more distant objects, yr wrft distinct and firm; and that pecn ri nest of even the smallest featores, i characteristic of a pen-and-ink e toh, among the many points for s 6 Ofbome deserves the greatest credit i thi 3 entirely new system of reprodnotie| X ■ were exhibited by him at a meetic; of tiecgraphical Society, Berlin, May 7, ] And wen received Wit...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EXTRACTED PASSAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

EXTRACTED PASSAGES. The XssEoriiiTr or Tiers Fiemi—As the timet wlen eafthqokea happen in the i |mtot numbers, there tm but tiro hob which j can be state# poeHirely. The first,is very singular, namely, that the greater part of the j earthquakes sduch hare keen reoorded occur near to the iiinei of the new and of the full j noon. It is, af oouree, very doubtful whether, if we could throw into tie calculation ail the earthquakes which bare gone by without bio grapher or record, we Should still find the same carious yule holding good. Cur reoeat j earthquake of Oatober 6 wa» nearly as tar I possible hwa the new and the nil! mod Still, for all the bt.irecb, nay thousands, I cheated carthcpthra. themiss prepoadssmnl (JwfdiwWbplMnHHtraRtbtiBet full or of new nod. 6* then' i though no eaplanatey theory , odered which we thnk worth peer ' our leaden. The second fact s'' majority happen in Ua colder jjsT - About four bpeejwa-'' MlUnit I the aouth side of the I >batth4rom October to wmiho, ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Exhibitions. AGRICULTURAL SHOW AT GEELONG. VISIT OF THE GOVERNOR. GEELONG, THURSDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

AGRICULTURAL SHOW AT GEELONG. VISIT OF THE GOVERNOB. GEELONO. Thobsdat Evawno. The town of Geclong held its annual agri cultural gathering to-day, and was honoured with a viift from Governor Sir Charles Dtr ling. Uli Exoellency arrived by the train leaving Melbourne at half paat eleven a.m. accompanied by Mejor-Qeneral Chute, and attended by life aide-de-camp and private secretary, Captain Damareeq and Lion tenant Richardson. He was received by the Hon. R, C. Hope, Preeldent of the Geelong and Western District Agricultural andHortlculturalfioclety (under whose auspices tho event of the day was celebrated); by the vice president (the Htm. Charles Sladen); Mr. John Guthrie, and one or two of the member* of the com mittee. The local volunteer artillery, under Captain Bashlelgh, were drawn np as a guard of hononr, ontside the station, and a dram and fife band made an attempt to play the strains of the National Anthem as the Governor entered Mr. Guthrie's carriage, which was in readiness...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AQUATICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

AQUATICS. Lixx Waxsovan.—A meeting ofgenUe men interested in the further clearing of tele Wendouree was held at Cisig's Hojsl Hotel, on Friday, September £8. Ihose promt were mostly owners of sailing-boats, who And that the apace aimed/ cleared it miserably deficient for the neceeeery erolutiona, eepeot daily now that tailing vet'ela are becoming tery numerous. A* St ie probable that the corporate committee for the improvement of the like will expend the funds at Its dispoesl in heightening and levelling the shores, rather than the ofearanoe of vegetable obstructions to aquetic exercises, it ie now generally accented that the letter Ant/ will derolre upon those specially interested. At the meeting referred to, Mr. BtricHand undertook to be respon sible for the nest of clearing the upper retell to the full width of three maim, on the faith that subscriptions would be fortboomiqg to reimburse him beyond his personal donation. The proposition was at once aoeairtad, and it was arranged ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PROVINCIAL TURF. BALLARAT TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

PROVINCIAL TURF. BALLARAT TURF CLUB. The followlDg entiles have been received for the BaUarat Cop, the principal race at I the summer meeting of the Bailarmt Tarf I (Tab, to be held at the close of November and [ beginning of December. The full programme Of the three daye' racing will be pnUiahed next week. THE BiUjlB.iT CUP, Of 260 ears., added to a sweepstakes of 10 so vs. Pistacce, two miles two furlongs and forty-two yards. Second to receive 20 eovs. from the stake. Nominations made at Craig's Boysl Hotel, Ballaiat, on Tuesday, the 27th September, and 6 eovs. entry thai paid. Weights to be declared on theSatur day following the Victoria Racing Club's Meeting. Acceptances to be made, and the sweep of 10 sovs. (old on the night of general cutty. The winner of any handi cap of the nine of 100 eovs, after declara tion of the weights, to cany 81b.extra; of two or more such raoes, 61b. extra, five per cent dednoted for expenses. lir. H. Cock nib gTfie Stag, Jyr*. Mr. H. Fiilurt &a...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ENGLISH DERBY CRACK, LLDDLNGTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

THE ENGLISH DERBY CRACK, LLDDLNGTON. From the Field of July 9 we oollect the following remarks on the two latest performances of the premier for the Derby of 1SC5, with a short account of the run ning for the well-remembered July States and the Chesterfield, wherein he twice defeated a somewhat formidable compe titor and moderate fields. The result of the second race established Mr. Merry's colt first favourite, at a very short price, for the Derby, although nearly a year before that event will be run for. The Field remarks of the Jnly Stakes, that— The meeting of liddington and Die Duke, the two young ones who have shown out from among a host of somewhat doubtful pretenders to the honours of "the blue riband," was looked forward to with eager expectation, and a fine and exciting struggle was promised for our gratification. Then (Tuesday, July 5) them was a nidi to the stable where the toilets of The Duke and Liddington were being per formed. When they issued forth, the general verd...

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

THE MELBOURNE HUNT CLUB STEEPLECHASES. The Melbourne Hunt Club hare pro Tided a Tory good afternoon's sport over the steeplechase ground on Flemington Course for this afternoon, and the affair promises to be a great success. Ho less than eleven duly qualified hunters, most of them good horses, have entered for the principal evnt, the riders in which will of course be members or honorary mem bers of the M.H.C. The Tally-ho Steeple chase, open to all riders and horses, nas seven entries, including nags that show promise and horses that have shown per formance ; in the last category are Long bow and Countess. The Selling Steeple chase, over about half the distance of the run for the Hunt Cup, will be entered for at the post. The right of receiving the tolls at the gate and the fees for ad mission to tbo Grand Stand, &c., were sold by Mr. James Henderson, at Kirk's Bazaar, on Monday last, and realized the following satisfactory pricesThe gate tolls, £00; Grand Stand tickets, £93...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HORSES IN TRAINING FOR THE PRESENT RACING SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

HORSES IN TRAINING FOR THE PRESENT RACING SEASON. The following list shows at a glance the racehorses in training in and about Melbourne at the present tune:— At Flemkgion Hill.—(S. Waldoclda public training stables.)—Barwon, S yn ; Banker, 4 yn; Bedouin, 3 yn; Boomerang, 3; yra -, Oromarton, 2 yn j Druid, 2 yr»; Marquis, 2 yrs ; Prestige, 2 yn; Count, aged; Happy jack, aged j the last two are steeple chasers, and The Schoolmaster (Cardigan). At the IUcecouese Hotel.—(J. Carter, Mr. Bavin's private trainer.) — Flatcatcbor, aged j Flying Buck, aged; and Cleopatra, 8 yn. The lias man ian colt, Poet, 4 yn, is also here under Wbitton's ohiu*e. At Masibtbeoeo.—(Mr. Hurtle Fisher's private training stables, under the management of Mr. W. Filgete.)—Bose of Denmark, 4yn j Chrysolite, 4 yra; lantern, 8 yn; Nathalie, 4 yrs j Fisherman's Daughter, Syra; Lady Heron, 2yn; Angler,2 yni TheSign, 2yn j and Kerosene, 2 yn. At St. Kill a.—(Mr. Q. Watson's private stables.)—Longbow, aged ; Albion, age...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Literature [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

IttffrtSSri _ iKTISQ. ItfleroB OiiblUbod nation, and, probably, _jn. 1884. jr less will continue so, to 'ibe «drci'v"l we can in the Australias a waist and' agricultural systems to those of for the Mrtoi'laud, from wliieli at least the (ions, arc4ccn>rity of the colonists arc sprung, with an earnt present lime we have, certainly, touching. Yaller, been groping in the dark, lie has hcenivaiion been one of instinct the public,'mgry onlv. Because wheat, oats, earnest df B])(j turnipS «c<>re grown in the fellow-cr our fathers ploughed, and dlfficucrc we ourselvcB first saw the light, we •""five a natural tendency to grow the same cereals and root crops in a considerably different soil and an utterly different climate. As wheal was the principal crop of two-thirds of England and the carse lands of Scotland, and had become the exclusive food of at least the Anglo Saxon portion of the settlers, who have long ago turned up their noses at the pease, oat, and hnrley meal upon...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPECULATION, OR ENTERPRISE? (FROM DICKER'S MINING RECORD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

SPECULATION, OB ENTERPRISE (TB.OU DICKER'S MIRIDO RECORD.) The very extraordinary excitement at present existing in the (UA and . share maiket, more especially with regard to the alluvial mints of Daylctford and llallaiat, is calculated to provoke some inquiry into its cause and tendency. These mines have, until very lately, been fostered and developed almost wholly by local capital; uncertainty of tennre, absence of Incited liability, and the large amount necessary to purchase even ft single interest, have all assisted to deter the businessman of Melbourne Irom selecting them as a means of investment. The in different management that characterised one or two co operative companies induced a few sleeping shareholders to (agitate for convert ing there ventures into joint stock, and rr-gisteriDg them under one of the limited liability acts. Tire success that has at tended the change has been such as to cause the alteration to pecomc general, and we find them one afler another graduall...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE [?] IN NEW ZEALAND. [?] THE TIMES) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

THE \h tH NEW ZEALAND. ht- M* »* «*■»■) ithnnortbern hemi jiotitheni; New doubt it ta a BMkmiituub, t brave and proud ' ground, and wall one. The meo jaat now ii painfully i bare had to leans U In tba i male a good defence, it it wilful and obstinate, dty in their way, they at i trough it, and break the i^d not part or bend. But ribe email people that wen to _ [ glory could only hope to auc \t etittanee, at our riak and coat, s upon which we have tendered our «■»!» in vain. So, upon counting le dicUucd to enter on an iuter Oiineblsd unprofitable etrnggle that did gotrvftfomirc ua the plearure of.doing lire might think beat. Mot al thh.ga. tog. tlftftbout km of credit, we backed out 01 fort urn in the ctber hemiaphera with the 01 to pi of affj which a Heel rifled i coat o; out ba affair. We have not been eo [Zealand. There, too, we have | end fiddle to a colonial Lt> gislKtmtSere, too, wa hare to find all the ahrell the men, all the money—every thing Act, with.the eiogle mem that ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ANTAGONISM BETWEEN ENOLAND AND HER COLONIES. (FROM THE LONDON ECONOMIST, JULY 23.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

THE ANTAGONISM BETWEEN ENO LAND AND HER COLONIES. (mov th* unxw nomm, jolt 21) Ih recent doMM on tie Neo Zabn loan. «,d the diecemiotts to which they have lint rue, tiiot iocoibiy Mmmom gnat danger to wtaleh we m exposed by <be tint tied relatione ntor existing between Euglaad and btr principal coloclnu mpeclelly when ptcanixiy aid. M oar New Zea rdacUntto, I n<>t to tax •• dog oar own j wet* all that _ _ i thoroughly ael any motive bat tbet el " bimiauca, and wen ' of theeenaeof right to (be Government, or any kaOppoeltlcn. Independent membra have Mtted openly in the Hone* two orthro* times lately that thia war fat Hew Zea land lia wieeriBlwaltaai war of ptnitder, origin ating In i be avarice of the saltier* forUod, supported by lbs gnedlneaeof tbelemecoa taehm woo ate profiting by it, end having lor ite only end the extermination of rile Maori®. Mr. A. Mill*,only on Monday night, tsinand UibdMthat this was an iuignl tone war, canted on, not to protect the ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE BORDER CUSTOMS. (FROM THE [?] CHRONICLE, SEPT. 24) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

THE BOEDER CDSTOMS. (noil m sjtnuQDU chmkiclx, sept. 24) Tfa* Iqpd'tright of New Sooth Wales to colHct lUrtona lloOe thing, ana her title to coo Irol the navigation of the Murray another. Tbe right Of a man to najuiie a thing, and the eta; hy which it may be acquired, are as different as the man who gives a fair day's labour tor his wages is from the bushranger. We am inclined to the opinion that onr con temporary toqoite aware that his logic is im perfect. Moreover, we weald venture to say •hen'the lawyers of one colony bold one view of the law and those of another bold en opposite view (supposing that New South Wales lawyers bsve been consnlud), that no sensible man, viewing the probable conae quinces of the issue, would have any hesi tation in pronouncing agaiust New Sooth Wales setting upa territorial pretension calcu lated to raise feelings of hostility between one division of tier' Majesty's subjects and another, especially when the acquisition is one thai would confer no posi...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RESPONSIBILTY FOR LOSS OF LIFE. (FROM THE BRISBANE COURIER, SEPT. 10.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

BESPOKSIBILITT FOR LOSS OF LIFE. {feok the bbubebe coobieb, eept, 10.) A very important trial, and the first of its character in Queensland, has this week been decided in the Supreme Court. Mrs. Langan, a widow with one cbild, brought an action against the Australasian Steam Navigation Company, to recover Bome compensation for the damage she has sustained iu the loss of ber husband, Thomas Langan, who '-was diowned iu January last, in oonsequence of the punt in which he was wotking being ran into by the steamer Williams, ofl Bullmba. The jmy decided that the death of Langan waa not the result of unavoidable accident nor of care kssness in the management of the punt, and they gave a verdict of £600 against the company. Actions of a similar nature, and with a like result, are common in Eng land, more especially against railway and other large companies. Heavy damages are not nnfreqnently givsnln the case of accidents to life or limb, caused by reck lessness or the want of seBicient pr...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS EXTRAC[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

MISCELLANEOUS ESlSJubsii Emsb itmr retOmMU.! —In eoocenoni * * '* i St. UaritaV senttin# 808 «re c " Snb-0®c*«," <«Iled"E«a known at "Hfli England aid Wikit ... od&jontS'i »nd u* »d»yt ^ _ town* recavr, and 67 «* l tap to London tbtteirceiTeand'fiTt d»ijj. Mail* 7nit<d **•--* in *j into tie 100119 UtieaiyaCUno^r • nut eoUbtti1 ' 1th which it j (TBiSD| fan (<M ■fly ^ . •fa'IMfa* Alwryarin] °-"SsS c W dnW1 •rhm I Moon «( ;. *«nd j •ooJdi ofi

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE POLYTECHNIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

The cuteuiaoeat flm hy lit. t tloon tnhfeh CkMlMi In?, aaditt.wfcbiej inset stuMMfaHv. JhtOiHt io|u em in mi varied « CmrVi coneerUnfc end vtoU forth Dsqeelifled afjdaua a£j

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RESULT OF THE ELECTIONS. [?]OM THE ARGUS, [?]. 26.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

SESUL'f OF THE ELEC TIONS. TH« ABGU8, bSTT. 20) results of the general also ; calculated to raise our hopes Bouse of Assembly^ It ily foreseen, indeed, that the sill bd ea nearly as possible of the old. The effect ol ^ Act is scarcely peraep In an .of th* ] the swtitiiiiiitlwii or in an of the class of pnaosts^ tward as candidates. The J which have hitherto maiked ntative system, continue to nearly to as gnat an ex ntneriy j and the ultra- j hare daspairad ot insn;' under , ilr. Eusn't take again. Uer-s-i awft! Vm # ^ _ X-,<„ , OeVmiDMaWrtof intedopet ParfU meBtihalf hjufcgrown io be a sort of ■ in which <m\y the inlHatcdcaa find entrance. >, 13^'Mittk if this last attract to jraige aaA elevate onr electoral system may be equally divided, perhw>«, between1 theelectom themselves ana the claw who oughtto famish our csaAiflatra. By s. By oonstituenciee a member has oome ,t#J>e regarded ass sort of general Farlia- j mcntary agent for the district, whose ' ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?] [?] OF [?] [?] FALMERSTON[?] [?] (FROM THE [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

fjritir af <ji#aBESS yBP tALlSEBtSSv^ Sent.' (rao* rs*. buni .BnrVfMitfr wu—i— '■ j ° lfe mrterial interests of tbccoan ^ f,li - perhaps >er *>^1 T ' titoo bjj¥» '^'1' u II tiers izive the facts *® jaid&SSAirtotfcey ' f; , ui without Interest to Enghsh ii-in" ■ _M oftn 186i taxation ,.» tiarnow. a 4 1 ^ .* - a— ui* faeui jwgotlafcod1 ^ £; u ISfthe mwwSao relations of the €LnmV" The imports from • toti BvUBhu*6' , volnA IM *•» »"T7 . . I }in 1859 *«re ,m valtw itoOO: » 1863 tbey J*" kfooo end "**»* there hM been [eveh5>m®nt of the trade of the ^SEng&ntwehatobo® fl [tom the effects of the went efensii-'1'^ .♦. it.. iiMMlt "Uj&. White the V™«*\ it wbv has teeu in office, the iwttomd-, 1 ® U reduced by £11,000,000; 1-fe!iec,?00,000 actually paid «>$ la MlOtl.WO in terminable «iu^5* SlXtofrorfive yews iollowmg 1859, r^JUlTincome had so mweased the* ".ll of property liable to m the p.97.00<h000, ; h u augmented by U i ,vuu^»v«« ;e ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CASTLEMAINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 1 October 1864

CASTLBliAIKE. Uaidok Compact bs—The shareholders of the Grand Junstlou Mining Company held their monthly meeting on Monday. Mr. Beogfa presided m chairman. The report of the committee of management was read by the secretary, Mr. B. Schlesinger. It con gratulated the shareholders on the results ob tained from themontb's (August) warkjJfor during that period 889>z, 4iwt bad realised from Mil tons of stuff, being an avtrage of loa. ISdwt, per ton, or a total value of £1,645 19*. 4>1. £976 19a 6d- oc tri bute aocoont, and a bank overdraft of £88 lbs. lid., represented the expenditure; leaving £540 8s. 2d. as balance. The report was acopttd, and the proceeding* dosed. The monthly meeting of th Beehive Mining Com pany took place on the same day, Mr. M. Keogh in the chair. The secretary, Mr. B. Kcbletiuger, read the report of the board of management, which set forth a deoided im provement in the comgsnjrtmining proceed Aug*. The average yield had not advanoed jgaterlally, but the new...

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