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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 June 1890

J com isle or me, mmss. [ j i S BY'srEOIAL WARRANTS OF APPOINTMENT TO ?? j - * ? ^ H.I.M. Empress of Russia. Her Majesty The Queen. H.R.H. Princess of Wales. -| ^ ' '? .''? ' AND ALl. THE BOYAL AND IKPKKIAL C0UHT8 OF EBROPB. ^ i - - I Mantles, Hat£ ^ a | j; A .T&HNvREI)FERN & SONS, -^A pattern bodice and guarantee a ,- | ^ / , ', at their Conrea business, &Bl perfect fit). Their branches in — - |- f have now more particularly \L$ ^ne ^ea^-nS csntres of fashion all « - ^ directed their attention to a xVC^Kfcv over thV ..world, keepS/them ait .-- «? ? m aysteni for accurately cutting, yw\\jPm\ '-. cfmr'aiitoi .the la-»Bt1pijpod'uotionB. -! % and perfectly fitting a garment //V \|Jf\j R. & Sons in view of the heavy -j ? 2 without the necessity of a per- \^t3^L^F ^nport duties on these goods in ??- ;?' 1 sonalmterview, and the comT /f^sj&fc'i' the Colonies will- be glad to -- ' A plete. success which this has met II -*Mt ^ estimates fo- the lowest...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 June 1890

fHE MUTUAL STORE LIMITED, 'jj ,. ..iiiiNDERS STREET, MELBOURNE. . - Ci l . ? : — : ? : — - : ^ j j . . The following are the Departments of the Store :— .. i p;{ WINE, BEER, SPIRIT and LIQUEUR. ' ... '^ ; AERATED and MINERAL WATER. ' ' c . -? - GROCERY and PROVISION. . , ;, V, £AI££J£Ol-vc£- GRAIN, WOOD and COAL, ,., . V '?- 'V. CONFECTIONER V. TOBACCO and CIGAR. , , ; X( GENERAL and FURNISHING IRONMONGERY.', ' ' I . \ PLATE and CUTLERY. OIL and COLOR. ' * A ' STATION REQUIREMENTS. -. ^^- ' ' ¥ '?%\ STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS and TOY. £!$.%$&? I Jl - l - , ' t . /',\ CHINA and GLASS. 'y^'^'C^jT^.- ' '* ''?, *i;j 'BOOT and SHOE (Gentlemen's and Ladies').' ,''$4( $?«!' -' '\£\V *-\ ? -'- '~- * ? \f WOOLLEN ami TAILORING. ''V '.^ '^v ** 1 ', '? «.;! GENTLEMEN'S MERCERY. ' - ,(?'*£/£* ?'. ?'?/. */\ HAT, UMBRELLA and BAG. SHIRTS, COLLARS,' '&c. '-' 1- v ' ',';{ GENERAL DRAPERY. ,.. '-,., ' .,V-'' .'*'?'' -\ \ MILLINKRY. MANTLE. DRESSMAKING. ' ,-{ UPUOLSTERING— Curtains, Cret...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 June 1890

'THROWING- THY BEAUTY OVER ALL, THOU BRILLIANT, MATCHLESS ASEINALL.'— Anon. Jb»J!L ??? ?. -A ? ; '.'.:.; ?? ,v .;,v \-:?K-ll . :eifc,apite; BrmiSrT ?H:'::':iAaiBa^-Mi»ii^ neMlinl Beiity |te'Sm-VoR^tif w ^;y«---;.^*ff*»li^ ?:-Pfe«^! ?K:- To^iiiG^-as'^©:-- ? ? lite ' rvKhfir ESnainGl HfcS; ? L. ''' . - .. — -7 ? J|| Purposes of De Ounex xuiicW-LLOx ||||pNew,dr renovating Old Furniture orevei7«| ^ ?p^BLES.MiLKiNO Stools, HotWiterCans,Br|M /»rirafinn JpOSSeSSeS. ||lp^ETsrBEpsTEAps;lnj^anybld^^ -??--:-,:.%^ ^ *~ ~*~~'m:,,;~-^,.. &?'*'? ' : '?-?? I^k&B^W§0&W%: ?? ' . |HPt even :by'ivchi1d-«i^;'V^ry-' short space o^fjl ;...?, -: .; ?V/iijily;:^^ :' :: ?;? ?? -;: ? :??: ? |5J^^v ^SSSSSSSS^ ^ -': BBfePINAI.L*S ENAMEL .?'?. ; ????'':? ; '' ? i[ 1 ? .' ? ^.':V i ?: '?:' ;?? afeii^iy J ?'; ; S' ^i: ;:|i;i;iill3Bf : ; ' i^^t^^^^liiteM^^ BP - NEV CR0SS- L0OT0^ir^^ ? ^^^Wi^ttS^'- ? ^^??&Mtf^ ot Sandringham, the Residence of His Royal ffigiihess the ^ l^ce^ ^of^e^ani...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 June 1890

VIOTOBIA. Parliainent met for tho despatch of business on Wednesday, 21st May. Tho opening cere mony differed little oh regards routine from all those of tho same charaoter which have taken place since Victoria was granted a constitution, but in the matter of minor details it presented some novel and striking features. Tho grand facade of the now Parliamentary buildings facing Bourko-street was for the first time uninter ruptedly displayed, tho soaffolding, fences and the contractor's unsightly fixtures generally having been removed. It was also the first timo that Lord Hopotoun appeared officially at a public ceremonial, and liin Excellency seemed ro solvert to improve the occasion, reciprocating as it woro tho oourtesy and respect manifested by the authorities in order to do him honor. In anticipation of an unaccustomed ''splash' the public showed up in large numbers, as did also the military representing all arms of the service, do thnt the scene outside the House was more thon o...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 June 1890

TOOTH-ACHE OVBIIS XVBTAKTKT BT ' BUNTER'S JSL5K'- tfeonlgloHaaa-MbM and all Nero ||ED||||IE KKItTlHB. 4U-fhmi,t,,l/U. If Ell V Illil*

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 June 1890

La£^?K=^^ ^^ P^^^^^^^^-^jyfc^jO^jPKAfef . The ? May meeting of the Victoria Amateur Turf Club, held on 3rd May, was favored by splendid- weather, but the attendance, probably owing to the opening of the football season, was under the average. The Welter Handicap, which opened the card, was won by The Crash, with Doncaster second and' Mackintosh1 third. In the Handicap Hurdle Race, Sam, who started a hot favorite, barely ran into: ;ja place, the event boing won by Pirate, with 'King Billy second. .Aglaos, -who started first favorite for the Glen Huntly Handicap, -was similarly un successful, the winner - turning up in the seoond favorite, Quadrant, although the Queensland horse. Honest Ned, who finished seoond, might with better fortune have reversed the position of affairs. Titoka waru, a New Zealand crack, defeated the favo rite Bushman, in the Steeplechase, Sir John Moore, who looked all over a winner, striking hard at the hist fence. The Selling Race fell to Rebellion, who was af...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUMMARY OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 June 1890

SUMMARY OF NEWS. The duplicate New Zealand cable has been successfully completed. The gold exported from Rookhampton during -:April?was valuedat £86,000. , ,-,, \,.w. ? : , - -?.. :?; ^-Government reward of £100 has been offered in connection with tho Domain murder. /? Since Sir Henry Parkes was first oleoted a member of tho Legislature over 36 yeara have -elapsed. The total orushings at Gympie for the month of April were 7995 tons which yioldod 5633 oz. of gold. y An inspection of the Viotorian war ships is to be made by Lord Hopotoun, on Saturday, 14th June next. Tho cost of a bridge between Dawes1 Point and M'Malion'a Point, is estimated by Mr. Norman Selfo to be £200,000. Tho bronze statue of tho late Peter Lalor, to be ereoted by Mr. Jns. Oddie, J.P., in Ballarat, will coat from £1000 to £2000. . It is estimated that if the ocean postage is reduoed to 2£d. tho loss to South Australia will be about £3000 per annum. A ' noleotor' at Maokay has been hatohing alligators' eggs- and ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 June 1890

OBITUARY. The Rev. J. F. .Ewing, who for about three   years has been the minister of the Presbyterian Church at Toorak, died at his residence on the 7th May from typhoid fever. At the end of April Mr. Ewing was taken suddenly ill,   and his ailment ultimately developed into typhoid fever of an acute character. The   deceased, who was born in Dundee in the year 1849, received his earlier education in that town, and his first charge as a minister was a mission in the east end of Dundee. There he labored with remarkable success for several years, when he removed to Glasgow to take     charge of a somewhat similar church there, the Free West Church. In Glasgow, as in Dundee, Mr. Ewing devoted himself heartily to evangelistic work. The deceased gentleman was closely associated with Professor Drummond, who is at present on a visit to Melbourne; indeed the   professor and Mr. Ewing were at college together, and ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LAST OF FERNSHAWE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 June 1890

THE LAST OF FERNSHAWE. By Our Special Artist. When Mr. W. Davidson, Inspector-General of Public Works, formulated his scheme for bringing the Watts River into the Melbourne water supply, the death warrant was issued of one of the most popular holiday resorts in Vic- toria. For the first time in Australia an evic- tion has taken place. The Government, after liberal compensation, have compelled the present holders of the land to quit their homes and seek other habitations. The lovely little township of Fernshawe, with its giant trees and exquisite scenery, no longer affords a resting place to the lover of nature. The houses are torn down, re- moved or burned ; tho mountains have ceased to re-echo the rumbling of the splitters' drays, the feeble light of civilisation has been snuffed out, and Dame Nature will resume her sway over the quiet little valley of the Watts. On the morning of Saturday, the 17th May, we rattled out of Healesville in a steady downpour of rain, but the thick warm...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GERMAN LEADERS AND PARTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 July 1890

'GERMAN LEADERS AND PARTIES. {,* The , retirement of the Prinoo Otto Von . Bismarbk-Sohoenhausen from the Chancellor ship of , the German empiro is an event of „' such, moment that it - furnishes amply sufficient | reason for a pertinent consideration of what has , been called the making of Germany, in whioh 'Bismarck played such a part ; of the political ^parties whose management was always such a ' task for the ex-ohancellor. ; and of the chances 'for' continued unity or dismemberment ? of the j empire as. affected by the Prince's retirement. ' 'The composition and formation of the 'German empire has generally been considered ', an intricate subjcot, but it can perhaps be simply explained. 'When Napoleon overran * Europe there exited a great empire which * 'covered 267,71* square miles of Central Europe, 'and whioh was mado up of Austria, Prussia and f'-a ' varying number of states, duchies, ' free ?- f cities, &c. This was Germany, the supreme j.fhead of whioh wns ? the K...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A BORN COQUETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 July 1890

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Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WILSON'S PROMONTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 July 1890

WILSON'S PROMONTORY. The lighthouses' whioh guard our coast are generally sp'eating out of 'the way of the ordii nary., run of tourists, owing' to thoir inaccessi bility, arid are rarely visited, exoept when a passing vessel calls, or the Government steamer, Lady Looh, pays her periodical trip for the pur pose of inspection and delivery of stores to tho lighthouse keepers. The series of sketches now under review are from the pencil of our artist, who accompanied the Lady Looh on her last visit of inspection. Wilson's Promontory, tho scone of tho sketches, lies to tho east of Mel bourne, about 12 hours' steaming, and has tho honor of being the most southerly point of Aus tralia, and consequently is one of the principal landmarks to mariners navigating our seas. It is a hugo, rugged peninsula, oonneoted with tho mainland of South Gippsland by a narrow neok of laud, and presents to the ocean a coast 'stern and rockbound,' and lined with cliffs sevoral hundred feet higb. Truly a terribl...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MONARCH OF ALL HE SURVEYS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 July 1890

MONARCH OF ALL HE SURVEYS. The wedsre tailed eagle, or to call htm by his best known name, the oastfe hawk, enjoys in common with the rabbit and tho wild do' the distinction of being the greatest enemy of tho squatter and thefarmer. Rightly indeed U he named aqnila nudnx, for hold and daring U he oven to foolhardiness. He lacks indeed the streng'h of his Continental prototype, the lammer creior, who is said to be able to carry off a child, but as far as he is ablo he fully sustains the reputation of the eagle tribe. Yonnsf lambs are an espcoial prey of his, and ho will seize and oirry them off from their mothers without difficulty. Nor dooi ho disdain a young calf, if it should happen to have boon left behind by its mother. But ho ofton falli a prev to his lovo for flesh, for when he has been discovered making a meal in ' this way. a strychnine Unit is loft for him, which ' on account of his voraciousness is soon attondorl with fatal rostilts. The height these birds will attain is s...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SCIENTIFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 July 1890

SCIENTIFIC. The largest plate of glass ever cast, measuring 145 x 195 inches and weighing 2000 lb., was drawn from the annealing furnaces- at the Dia mond Plate Glass Works, Kokomo; Ind., on 20th March. It isperfeot. . ?? ' ??- ! ,,;--,. i;S't' At a recent sitting of the Surgical; ,Con greBR, held in Berlin, Professor Gluck gave an exhibition showing a most valuable advanee in surgery, namely, the- successful substitution of catgut, ivory and bone freed from chalk for defeots in bones, muscles and nerve Binews. The juices of tho body are suokod up in the inserted material, thereby establishing' the junotion of the separated ends, ? without any shortening of ~ the part. He presented the oases of patients in whom there . had been an insertion of from six to ten centimetres of catgut to supply defects in the leaders of the hands, to whioh complete mobility had been restored. This cure has pre viously been impossible. In the case of another patient, Professor Gluck removed a tumor from ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW BUILDING FOR POST OFFICE SAVINGS BANK AND MONEY ORDER OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 July 1890

NEW BUILDING FOR POST OFFICE SAVINGS BANK AND MONEY ORDER OFFICE.; The building is olassio in design, harmonising with tho General Post Office in four orders, viz., Doric, Ionic, Composite and Corinthian. It is six stories high. The ground floor is devoted to the Post Office Savings Bank and Money Order Office, while the first floor provides accommoda tion for clerks' offices to same. The ' uppor portion of the building above the first floor is devoted to the stores branch of tho General Post Office. Lavatories are provided on all floors. There are three lifts in the building, a passenger and two goods lifts. The building is constructed of brickwork and all external walls are to be cemented. The stairs throughout are constructed of blues tone, while the floors are all fireproof. The vertical columns and the lower flanges of rolled iron joists throughout are en casod with fire proof plaster, so that any chance of the building being destroyed by fire is very remote. The total width of...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MAIL SHIPS PAST AND PRESENT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 July 1890

'MAIL SHIPS PAST AND PRESENT. Those colonists who came out hore early in the fifties, not to mention what may be oalled the prishistorio period of Viotorian history, cannot fail to be struck with the vast strides made in naval architecture, and the meohanical ana scientific contrivances which annihilate spneo and time, and plaoe tho inhabitants of both sides of 'the arlobe within a few weeks' communica tion, with eaoh .. other. Thoro is no more beautiful object at sea than a noble vessel with all tier white sail* sot caroorinst like a huge bird ftlon? her ocean pathway when viewed at a dis twioe and from terra fir mi, but possibly what differonfc feeling animate tho breasts of thow on' board homo siok and sea sick, weary of the same diurnal round of monotonous common plaoes and childish pastimes, not to mention all the discomforts incidental to a protracted voyage. In thete days it was nothing uncommon to be 120 days out. In the tropics the ship was seized with the ' doldrums ' and ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SKETCHES IN PARLIAMENT. THE RAILWAY BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 July 1890

SKETCHES IN PARLIAMENT. THE RAILWAY BILL. The impassive spectator, we shall not use the hackneyed term, the intelligent foreigner, desirous of judging of the legislative wisdom which governs Victoria, would have been struck if not puzzled by a visit to Parliament House on the afternoon of the 17th June. All was bustle and excitement. The Queen's Hall, the outer vestibule, the broad flight of stops load thereto and the pathways opposite the building were crowded with people eagerly engaged in discussing some topic of all-absorbing interest, while others endeavored by every possible means to gain admittance to the House. Hon. members full of importance and consoious of having the public eyo directed to their move ments went to and fro, now shaking hands with one constituent, chatting mysteriously with- another, cutting a joke with n third, . and nodding kindly and patronisingly to the next. The messengers walked solemnly from the corridor to the entrance of tho hall, calling ' out the...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE INTER-UNIVERSITY BOAT RACE. VICTORY FOR THE SYDNEY CREW. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 July 1890

THE INTER- UNIVERSITY BOAT RACE. VICTORY FOB Till! SYDNEY CREW. Saturday afternoon, 14th Juno, was by no moans favorable ns regards weather for outdoor sport, and especially for a bout race on tho Yarra, which ro dulres tho bost of conditions to make ic attractivo and popular, except to very keen enthusiasts In rowing. Yet the attendance of tho public, in spito ot the drizzling rain, on the steamers Goobung, Sprightly, nnd Acis, and along tho wharf from Quoen's-bridgo to somo dlstanco down tho courso, showed that tho mooting of tho navsmon of tho univorsitios of Sydnoy and Molbourno was regm-doil as an evont of much Importanco. Tho dato flxod for this— the third— University contost was too lato in the season, and but for this thero would havo been three crows in tho race, as the oarsmen of Adelaide University aro both willing and ready to join in tho event providing that It is hold nt a time of the year when thoy can manago to train Thero waslittle if any betting on the r.ice to ind...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THEATRES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 July 1890

wflJSill Mr. J. L. Toole, nftor a not very brilliant season in Molbourno, financially, speaking, loft early in the month for Sydney. Personallyyhe was accorded a most gratifying recoption,;and for a whilo his performances were woll patron ised. This eminent actor's stylo and -class of pieces do,not acoqrd.wifcir tho tastes of Austra lian audiences^ and the company supporting him is composed of weak and indifferent materials. Whatever Mr. Toolp may gain by his antipodean tour his visit cannot be regarded us a mouotary success. Mr. Warn or has also finished up his season with us. Ho had a benefit beforo he closed, but it excited no attontion, not to say enthusiasm. This actor outstayed his welcome. Flushod with tho success of his earlior attempts ho fell into a mechanical and melodramie if not affocted style that depleted his lioiiso, and mado people wonder why tliey should have over'cared for him. His daughter, Miss Graoio Warner, has Cfreatly improved since her arrival in Australia....

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOYOLA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 July 1890

LOYOLA. The north-eastern, nnd enstorn parts of 'Viotorin afford perhaps one of the best fields in the colony for tho artist, not only on account of their picturesqueness but on nccount of the varioty of sconery. The ricli rolling plains of the Western district please tho eye of the grnzior, although no ono who has soon Buvelot's Pool at Ojleraino can deny that the district is wanting in beauty. The mallec country is ono everlasting soa of sninonoss, while the nor thern party, though presenting' »cones peculiarly thoir own, do not afford a very wide field ; so it is not till we cross the Nortli-onstorn line tluitwo gut tho truo sconory of Victoria. Tho valley of tho Ovens would supply work for a life time, and one has only to climb the ranges out of the Buffaloes or Foathcrtop to bohold scenery but slightly Inferior to that of tho mountains of the land of the moa. Scattered about the hills are valleys and picturesque little townships like the subject of our. illustration, eaoh of wh...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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