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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, Oct. 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864
SOl'TH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, Oct. 5. Cleared Ont—Nyacza, for Callao, in ballast. The departure of the 0moo has haen post poned till Saturday. The Sooth Australian, a, will sail on Sa turday morning. Oct. 6. A fair was successfully inaugurated at Gumencha to-day. The Kadina and Wallaroo Company have concluded a contract with a Melbourne firm for the construction of a line of railway to Moonta. Another contract is also pending for the lengthening of the Wallaroo Jetty by 200 feet. It is said that contractors will receive half the shares in the proposed line for con structing it. The first premium for the designs of the new Parliament-house has been fixed at £590, the second at £000, and the third at £200. The time given for the erection of the build ing spreads over four years. The designs are to be in not later than the 1st of January. For 8,000 bushels of wheat, 9s. fid. was taken to-day. The Murray steamer Albury has arrived at Blanchetown, from above Fort Bourke, with 800 bales of ...
NEWS OF TOWN AND COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864
NEWS OF TOWN AND COUNTRY. The Iron bridge about to be erected over the River Tarn, at the Botanic-gardens, Is at present in course of construction at the factory of Mr. £. Chambers. The design is that of Mr. Merritt, of the Public Works department The structure will be of ex treme strength, and at the same time light In appearance. The quantity of Iron to be nsed, however, will he no less than sixty tons. The bridge will be supported by two girders, 187ft. 41n. in length, and will have a latttoed parapet for their whole length. The distance from centre to centre of the girders will be ton feet; the width of the floored bridge, 12ft. 9tn. The main girders will be connected by thirty-nine latticed beams, Hit llin. long and 18in. deep. The parapet in the middle will be ton feet high, tapeting off to 7ft. 10|ln. at the ; ends. One end of each main girder Is to be ao arranged as to elide on rollers, to allow for contraction and expansion; the other will be fastened upon the abutment. The...
THE MINISTER OF MINES AT SANDHURST. IPEB ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] SANDHURST, THURSDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864
THE MINISTER OF MINES AT SANDHURST. IPEB ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] 8ANDHUBKT, ffBtnu>i.r Efekikq. Mr. J. F. BoliiTan, Minister of Mlnee, who offer* himaelf for reelection ai one of the representativee of hTandnrang. addressed ft portion of tbexxnatibiencj' to-night at the SirBenry Baridy Hotel, HonUy. On the anhfect of mininglagUIation, Mr. ; Bdllrtn announced that it wm hie intention , to reintroduce the measure which he pro posed last session, with some of its provision! , remodelled. The mining board* were to retain I the power to make brt-i»ws, be tthat power war ! to be more dearly defined. The fee for the no Inm'rights waetoberedoeed to H. The provisions as to mining wfrmtfmte property mold be slightly termed. Fasting toother toplae, Mr. SaHtvmn expressed hie approval of the proposed land meaiare, as wdl as of the contemplated reform of the Upper House, which he regard ed as absolutely necessary to aecoreany naefol land act. On the question of free trade and protection, he laid ...
INSOLVENCY LAW BEFOUL LETTER ILL TO THE [?] CULLOCH, CHIEF[?] TARE OF VICTORIR [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864
INSOLVENCY LAW BEFOUL Lnttt IIL TO THK UOS. JiMO M'cVLbDCB, CHUT 6S0U TULI Or VICTORIA. Kir,—ll»ving in my previous letter* este bltebed the defective nmtore of oar preoont insolvency system, and that the present , bankruptcy law of England afford* a very bad nodi* on which any reform of It ought to be based, [ now proceed to ebow in what j way the reform to neceeeoiy in oar meant . insolvency law oaght to be carried oat I Bet me first, then, attempt to lay down on the beet authorities tbaee prindpiee which ought to galde ne In drawing ap a loand and effective code. " In principle," ears the present Lord Chancellor of England, " nothing oaght to he more simple than a law of bankruptcy. Bankruptcy is nothing in the world more than taking the whole of the bottkrapfs property by a universal eamnder for the benefit of bis creditors; and all that woald be required woakl he a tribunal limply for the porpoee of aeoertalnlng the extent of the rlghte of those who are interested la the dis tr...
BIPON AND HAMPDEN. RAGLAN, WENDESDAY, 8.40 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864
BirON AND liAMPDEM. RAGLAN, Wcdkuoai, 8.43 r u. Prefect tUle of the poll s— Umgmm .. 271 Morton ,, 103 Tbe re&lt;o]t et the other poUiot-pbcei sot yet recti red; but ill. Longman may l>e &lt;x>n eldertd returned fcjr* huge majority.. BALI.*,HAT. "WgowwuT. 8J0 r.n. The return* to band are In Avon of Long mere, and tbey leave no doubt ai to the re eqU. Tl*e number* polled ares Morton ; Iwigmote. Leuusath" .. es Muwt^tot » » Beaufort » uo CaoporOowc.. 11 w ToUl .. est tie BAOLAN, WaWfMDAV, 830 ojh. The foUowini additional retain Jure been received :-Barrambeot—Morton, 27; Long more, 61. MorUake—Lobgetofb 97r'Mor tal, 82. - «*' '■■■■■■- &lt;■' Prevent tOUIe■■ Morton ... „ „, tv>
CAFE OTWAY RANGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864
CAI'F. OTWAT RANGES. The following report of • journey through 1 the Gape Otway Bengea, boa the mouth of the river Aire (about five mliea weat of the Cept) to the Oolac and Werrneuibool toad, hae bees received by the acting director of the geological anrrey, from Mr. Charlee Wil kineon, assistant field gaologbt, in charge of the party now engaged in eramintng the Cape Otway dktrict Gerangamtte, Turner's Station, Sept. 26. Sir,—I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 7th inrt, enclos ing a tradng of the oowt Hae from Cape Otway to WaiTnaittbool. I are happy to inform you that we nUy arrived at Oolac on Friday night, after morn ing the rasgea bom Cape Otway to the Oolac and Warraambooi-read. Accompanied by Mr. Mangy and Mr. Chappie, of the Cape Otway atation, I left our ■ camp on the Aire Bint, on Monday, 19th j but, and, taking Our a wags and provWoni, proceeded for about ten wilm up the river to the creek we reached on July Slit, of which I gave a descript...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Tbi Mooita Mrxx.—Tho Moonia mine at the present rate at increase In tbe number of minere will soon eclipse any mine hitherto at work in (be colony. Since tbe strike, near 800 additional heads have been put to work, and 2D0 more are soon expected. Within tbe last fortnight not ten then 150 hare arrived ben bom Melbourne and other plecse—more than seventy of there were brought direct from Melbourne to Wallaroo in the Coorong Eteamrr on her last trip. ThU sodden influx &lt;ru attended with a little temporary lncon Tenleooe. especially to the newly-attired mar ried people with families ; bat every effort was made by the mine authorities to abate tide, Blnoe the new management great improve ment! had been made in the way of facilitat ing tbe working of the mine, and immeaee &lt;josn titles of ore woe now bring brought to grass. When the strike took piaoe three was only one shaft linking, now there are fourteen; end. as there get down, large num bers of ad...
WEST BOUBKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864
WEST BOUBKE. The polling for the election of three mem here to repneent Weet Bourke In the Legisla tive Aesembly took plaoe on Wednesday,bat of the seventeen pollicg-plto&lt;* sppeinted for thb electoral diftrict, the retains from seven only bare come to hand. In addition to the member* r ho represented thli oonstitoency in (he late Parliament, (Ifest is. J. Oarre Riddell, C. M'Kshon, and J. T. 8mith), who offered themselves for re-election, two other candidates were nominated, Uessa M. L. King and P. Phelan, and the results, ao for aa ascertained, place Masts. Smith, Riddell, and Phelan in n majority. Ap pended are the returns which have been re ceived :— - King. M'Hftboi L •PcdftB.jC LU44L Smith. Ktttndoa*. ! 86 43 67 j 48 74 Flemlngtoi 41 33 1 26 88 Its Footacn?. 1 es 80 In) 61 68 Gkbornc.. ! 88 T2 es j 108 107 KeUor . - 3 38 64 \ 38 13 Kororoil .. 81 11 it 6 17 Suubury SO 36 I 17 I 88 17 ToUJ .. 341 800 837 1 8S2 442 In consequence of the adverse weather, a hater number ...
THE ELECTIONS. POLLING.DAY EAST BOURKE [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864
THE ELECTIONS. FOLLINO-DAY. EA8T BOTJBKte. rhe contest in this district his. In effect, ermlnnted In the election of Man. Oovell nndSbenrln; Mr. Kirkbetn(theIosIdrcan didate. All the ntnins had not been ro celTed at s late hooron Wednaedaj, owing to n; grest extent to the extreme Icclemencr of the weather. The following are those which have come lo hand OowaU. Kirk. Abenrln. m 80 tt 86 M U M 41 87 n 81 £8 87 80 81 48 10 84 » 84 67 80 17 68 488 878 ISO CutpbiDfldd Brotdmeftdowi Heldelbfrg.. Bereridfo • Darebln . Don ny brook. Erp^tf ' • rraton a Total
SOUTH BOURKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864
SOUTH BOURSE. The election of two mem beta of the Degla latlve Aammbly for tha dlitrlst of Sooth Boorketook pleoeon WedneaJay. There were foor cendldeteelnthefleld, via,—Mr. H. Oroe wlck, Mr. J. Dane. Mr. IL QTJrady, and Mr. L. L. Smith. Of tteae, tba Ult two-Mr. O'Giedy and Mr. Smith—were elected, tha latter being retained at tha bead of the pall by a Urge majority. The following at* the ranlta of the polling:— — Creawkk. Due. OGrad*-. Bmlth. fforoondara (A] €74 110 244 •11 Ik) root) da rm (Dj 104 6 69 60 Bulleen.. IS 65 25 69 CaulfleM u 12 14 1* pandetiongWeit 14 2) 81 84 Gardiner 40 6 81 46 MordudJoc .. 22 7 21 42 VolgraTe 8 n 89 60 Nuuawadiog .. • 77 69 101 Oaltleigh .. 10 16 87 84 Totals 616 *33 617 768
ELECTION [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864
-Eia8Tiaro«*m. WKSi WaiW.jwwU.towtir.wi of another candidate. Mr. Broadfoot—Ideny Mr. Happerifs remark*; and I hire simply to elate thst Mr. Williamson earns to me mi Wednesday, the !lst, badgering, end asking me to resign. 1 dedinsl; aid, among them was Mr. Bartt, who, holding oat his hands and throwing them Ml do, exclaimed, "But there's my £601 my £891 bat there'* my £601" Bat, gentlemen, I ««erffl(ied my *S0 • quarter. (Cheers.) Mr. Erbln»n.-Are are to understand that yon sactlfioed your situation to satisfy the political citrines of the working-men hem? Mr. Broadfoot.— Yes; and I most state that I hare not told yon the Ins and oats of the matter yet. Tbtee ate the facts, that Mr. Happerly oatno srsd took me when I wag slipshod to Mr. Wll liamstn, and they told md that if I would come'forward and stand, they would see me through, and Mr. Williamson him self by saying, "1 am too drank tonight, gentlemen." (Langhter.) Mr. Bobinaon ob eerrtd that he was surprised that the candi dat...
MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864
MINING NOTES. Messrs. William Clarke and Sm? have receired by telegram the foUowtag report of the yield of &&&!• hurat mines for the week New Chum Company, Jlfiuz.; HercuJct> Company, 16fog. Catherine Beef, Keith's, Itoz.; Nuitoc Reef Company, 56.*.; Clareooo Company, 52ot. Messrs. Jscksen and Falconer report the yield from the following Darteeiord companies, by telegram, to William Clarke and BonaWombat-hill Company, ifiSoz. ; CV.rinella Company, klot ; Concordia, fitoz.; Eerton and Co., 24oz.; Colon Company, 43*.; Dan newark, 42oz.; Shakspeere, 12uz. ; Croan Claim, 101 ox. from 33 tone. The following yields have been reported by tele pram, via.New Cbum, 14.V*. from 77 tons quartz and 32 tuna mullock *, Catherine Beef &lt;KetUt'a) Alining Cc!i)}iatiy} iSfoz. from 3a load*; Bofehiv* Mining A®r*.naiion, Tarrengower, HO'ot. gold for the month ; Eagiehsak Mining Association, Tarrtn power, ll'tz. gold: Crand Junction Miniog Ae***da tion, Tarrengjwer, c...
SOUTH PROVINCE ELECTION [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864
SOUTH PROVINCE ELBCriOS. Althoceb no offioUl notification of the tmolt of the polling for the election of » repreeentetlre of the Southern Provlooe in the Milalin Ooanoil hme yet taken piece, the nUowing returtu have hem reoeired:— Pettett. Power. North cote p, Borooedan NoBawadlng ff—ptkro Gtibonre .. Dir«U& ,. Epplng .. Pmton .. Windham.. Ecimspper Folnt.. Brunswick.. CampbeUfisId Pentridge .. Bri£iton, West ,. Brighton, Ewt .. Gardiner KororoU Oaklelgh .. 11 ultra ve .. Anderson'* Creek Bacchus limb .. Ballan, North .. Bereridge Black wood Broadmeadows .. Brushy Creek Bulla Bulloen ByUnds .. CaulAdd .. Dudenong, East. Dandenong, West Digger1* Bert Donnybrook ,. Elttuun The Gap .. Heidelberg Kanpcrong Kellor .. Uelito HordiaHoc Plenty St. Andrew's TuBaiuarine WbiUtaMa Tan Yean
MINING SUMMERY OF THE WEEKS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864
BUM MAI'.V OK THE WEEK'S XKWS. The mining news frora New Z-alxr, i cm tioues good oo the whole: still, men ere re turning to this colony in ratbtr large nouben. The rirtn were low, but no an moo ally large yields were announced from their beds. Heavy rein* bed fallen, b ;t without mnch effect on ti ■ river*. end the quantity of mow on the monnteiQa was n modi lew than ureal at tblr se*sw>. that no aefSoci Sonde ate anticipated tide spring. Deep alt king wee steadily on the iocreaar, and eome of the new rpnte were turning out well. A high flood in the Yakamarina haid I wept away a quantity of flaming and tools, and caused great lost to the holders of claim* on ft. The weather had i>wi fine for tome time before, and the river low, co that work had been resumed in all the river clatme, and war carried on with fpirit, some of tbeee yielding cxoeoiingly vreii. Some of the terrace claim! were proving to be rich, and in erery way theee digging! promise well for the eomtner. Gold ii a...
SOUTH WEST PROVINCE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864
i1^ KLBCmON. deliver eipeecb. Indeed, m hhittnf &lt; proceed ing! were now done ewer with, he hid not prepared en eddreee fortheooculon., Tnet evening he expected to mtot the elector* of Bel lent; the nextweek, he would Mt meeting In OeeloBl, end m he Let elreedy vijlted other poptlOM of the dUtriot, the eleatorr, when* polling dejr errlred, would here hid every opportunity of leeroiOg hit opinion!. The b,flu t-box wo*M than enow which or the too cendldetei thecun jtltaeocy deemed the tnaet ealuble mih torepieeent them. i •■ The proceedinge then termlneted. _ The polllog will teke pleoe on Taetdey the 11th of October, between the faoam of mine en. end fonrp.ro., «t the following polling pleoce:—North Geelpng, Btrwon, Keidlttto, Aihby Sooth, Aihby North, Queenstftiff^Dryi' dele, Wellington, Oonnewerre, Modeweire, Mount Mortec, WiDebelsee But, Oaree, Betee ford, Interleigh north Of the titer, Mel dtnfley, 8telgUU, Ankle, - Rothwell, South Bellen, Bgerton, Horritooh Digging*, l...