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GOLD SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 October 1867

(JOLD SHIPS. The following1 are' the gold ships which have sailed since our last summary :— ? __!_Ii_!_ Sailed. Ship. Destination. Ouncoa. Sops. 28 3eeiong :.. Point do Gnllo .. 34,377 Oct. 5 Lincolnshire London ?'.. Sl.S.W „ 5 Aldinga ? .:. Adelaide ' .. . ' 31 To1 al for tho month .. .. 11S967 Pi-ovious shipments . . . . 1,303,434 Total for tko year ? 1,422.401 Of this qunurity 215,539 oz is the produce of Now Zoaland.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VESSELS SAILED WITH COLONIAL PRODUCE, &c., SINCE THIS DEPARTURE OF THE SEPTEMBER MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 October 1867

VESSELS SAILED WITH COLONIAL PRO DUUE, &o., SINCE THIS DEPARTURE OF THE SEPTEMBER MAIL. September 28. — Geolouir,' for L'oiat dp Gallo : 2 packages jewellery, 1 box raisins. 1 cask our rants, 2 nax u caudles, 1 oiso choeso, 12 bn^3 sugar, 2 chests' 1 half-chest tea, ) .case coffee, 1 ca:O drapery, 1 case coloninl wine, 1 casi drugs, 11 paokago-i specie contniiiimr 22,146 sovereigns, and 37 boxes containi7-.fr 34,377 oz 14 dwt 0 gr ot gold. October 4. — Han- ah Nicholson, for Colombo : 10 qr-cask's sherry, 1 carriage polo, 500 ba^s Hour,' 5181 baps bone dust. October 5. — Lincolnshire, for London: 1147 bales wool, 130 bales loa»hor, 2 balos sheepskins. 25 bundles basils, 2 bundles gluo pieces, 182 casks ta'Zow. 0 casks blno'c f*-ind, 1227 bags cop per ore, 1977 bngs whoxt, 299 hlul, 11 qnartor c.iBks, 5 cases {rum, 100 bigs flour, 23 quarter casks 9 hhd 8 octaves brandy, 1 caso wino, 2 casop saddle! y, 3 packages drapery and soft coods, 4 paokafjos books and stationery, 1 box...

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WOOL SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 October 1867

WOOL. SHIPS. The following- aro the vessels which have sailed with wool sinoe our last summary : — Sailed. Ship. Destination.. Baloi. Oct. fi Line -lnshird London . . 1147 Total for the month .. ..' 1147 ' Previous shipments . . . . . . 74,0153 Total for the year .. ..'''?:.. 75,210.

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THE REVENUE OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 October 1867

THE REVENUE ©P VICrORIA. The following is n comparative statement of tho rovouuos of Viuloriu, receivod into tho Treasury, Melbourne, '-'during 'nud on ncconnt of tho quarters ending 80th September, I860 and 1867, respectively: — - CJ 1*1, ? W ^a ^ *** *- (*? Heads op Re- 2k=| -SiSB- S°\.B %& « ViiNUH. ' £ S § 3 a g f - 3 'I ? -§§.§ qg.g..4agg|Slgf I ? CUSTOMS. £ £ £ £ Spirits ..'.........'. ? 111,247 234,800 123,501 Wino ? ..... 8,048 0,447 8U» Boor ami Oiclor. ? 8,345 8,010 ... 335 Tobacco and Snuff 30,335 34,226 3.891 Cigars ? 2,110 2,125 15 Tea ? 8,08!) 12,640 4,457 Sugar & Molasses. 14,fi«0 1G,SG5 2.30J Coffeo, Ohicory,Co coa& Chocolate. 3,759 3,81G 5G Opium ......... ? 4,7.13 5,148 . 414 Itlco ? 2,020 2,447 42' -Hops ? 1,470 813 ... (jflO Malt ? 2,215 2,138 ... * fi7 WhiirfagB Bates... 24,081 10,347 ... 4734 Export Duly on ? . : . Gold ? 20,422 9,541 ... ' 10,880 All othor DutioH in- ? _ eluding dried fruitB ? 51,527 87,103 35,07f Total dustbins 21)3,47...

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POST OFFICE NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 October 1867

POST OFFICE NOTICE. The Royal Mail steamship Avooa will be de spatohed with the mailn for Western Australia, Point de Gallo, India, China and tho East, Adcm, Mauritius, Reunion, Natal, Cape of Good Hope, Suez, the Mediterranean ports, Europe, Ame rica, and tho United Kingdom. The times ap pointed for closing aro — For registered lottors, at six p.m., on Satur day, the 20th inst. ? . - For newspnpors (via Marseilles exceptod), at six p.m., on Saturday, tho 26th inst. V - ? ; For ordinary letters, at ton am., on Mon day, the 28tb inst. For newspapers, via Marseilles, at ten a.m., on Monday, tho 28th inst. '. : ' ' Late letters will bo reoqivod as under, pro vided the postage and foe 'aro fully 'prepaid by postage stamps :— '' : ? ?' For Franco or foroign countries via Franco, at tho General Post Office only, from ton a.m. to half-past ton a.m., 3d ; from half past ten a.m. to oltvon a.m., 6d. Western Australia, Point de Gallo, India, China and the East, Aden, Mauritius, Reunion, Natal...

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VITAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 October 1867

VITAL STATISTICS. ; Tho Registrar- General's report on tho vitiil statistics 'of Melbourne and suburbs during the month of August, 18G7, shows the actual doily mortality of persons of both sexes under and over five yoars of age in the statistical district of Molbourne apd suburbs, embracing a radius of ten miles, and including tho sta tistical sub-districts of Melbourne proper, East Melbourne,. 'North Melbourne and Carlton,1 Fitzroy municipality, East Oollingwood, Rich inond, Jika-Jika parish (exclusive of North Melbourne, 'Gollingwood and Richmond), South Yarra and Prahran, Emerald-hill aud Saudridge, St. Kilda and Brighton; Douttiv Gull a and Keilor, Boroondara otid Heidelberg, Cut-paw-paw parish, and the shipping in Hob. son's Bay to be— Males : Under live years, 49 ; over five years, 88; total, 137. Females : Un der five years, 51 ; over five years, 70 ; total, 121. The mortality of Melbourne and suburbs, together with the mean temperature in the shade, and the mean atmospheric ...

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THE SYDNEY GLASSWOBKS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 October 1867

THE SYDNEY GLASSSVOBKS. Tl'ROSI TUB SYDNEY EMTIBE.1 ' The works are situated on the western side ,of 'Darling Harbor; a little to the; loft of L^vor pool-street east, and are approachod by Dixson-: street west, and thence by a lane east— perhaps Glass-lane-r-whioh is now being, kerbed and ballasted.' The area enclosed measures about, half an acre, and' is open to tho harbor. In the centre of what may be. termed 'the quad rangle, the principal building has been erected of weatherboards, with. zinc roof. Inside the building, and in tho centre, a large furnace has boen built of fire-bricks — the cave, through which passes a strong current of wind, being , underneath. The force of the air current through this cave is sufficiently' powerful to keep the furnace, constantly at white heat. The' best Newcastle coals are used. - Inside the furnace there are four large cruoibles made from fireclay obtained from Dr. Mitchell's pro perty at Burwood, near Newcastle. This day is found to be equal ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 October 1867

Bflj|H|ftv I L K ,1 E , f E L C H & /C_ O . / . — M— MM' r , OFFICE, ' ;4J& .QUEEN'-STREET, ; 0. ,.V '. ! YXKD.B'; t 1 jf/ ?'' Q U E'E N - S T E E E T,. . Y~ jp-; v ' | '?;';''?-' au^^lLIAN agents- - ?? -;: ? ? ? 4 1 vS-^5'-' '.'??'.' i -- Mf* FOR , ' ? ?/? ? W-fi-CMY^Nr^HfeTLEWOETH ?& OO.^r K \ . ;^4^ .''''?' '' ^P ' ?' STAMP *b;WORKS, LINCOLN. ' ..-.._.... rVCaearly seven thousand eight hundred thrashing machines. S| y ? ' . (Signed). .HOBEBT GILLESPIK I \V\ Selentiflo and mechanical skill hllherlo employed only In the manufacture of the higher fetid TOore eein- Messrs Wilkie, 'Welch It Co. - .' I ^. V*pHcatod classes of machinery, has been judielousl,- brought to bear with immense advantage uponall O , S. -B ? . ? . „, __ I V» Co.'s machines' and engines, thus onsurlng great accuracy of flnlsh, without any additional cobt to tno pu . , , , I ehiwera. * [ - J, '- , . . FJROM MESSItS. MATTHEW & DAVID OBAIG, COLAO. - I ?-. ' ' Simplicity of constructi...

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THE MORAVIAN MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 October 1867

, THI3 MOEAVIAN MissiON. : , The annual meeting of the ;friends: of ? the ? ; Moravian ; Mission jtp t.the . aborigines, ? took ? jpldoe'j. at.uSi.',,0eorg9's,,Hail,1j on ,i)0te/ult. . -.Sir Wi Fj,,Stawell,presidedi tTh'e. attendance;, was not largev- The Edy. Mr .CHASE.maae.a state ment respecting the y^ork performed by the mia'- sionaries. T.here yrere, lie sajdriour, fields . of labor. The first v.to* which lie. called attention was the Opoper's dreek,inis8;on. r;.Tho Bevs Waldu, Kiainer, Moissel v^andj; .Kuhh were orginally destined for ^thla.i5toiss'ion'.; V They arrived in Melbourne in the loiter; .^nd; of 18,64:; A severe. drought -rendered the immediate pro secution of the work in. the interior of the country an impossibility, but now, .after'; three years, a .pbiut -. had been reached approximate to _ the, locality first indicated. Three' ; of ^thef Moraviani bre thren reached a point 180 miles north ward through settled districts. After a series of t. delays and, t drawbac...

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BEN LOMOND, TASMANIA.—SEE PAGE 8. BEN LOMOND, TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 October 1867

BEN LOMOND, X -A S M A N I A.— sue i-aok 8. BEN LOMOND, TASMANIA. This ' illustration represents one of the. majestic cliffs of that hiphly picturesque mountain, Ben Lomond, which i8. siluotcd on the. southern side of Tasmania. Tho monntnm itself is 5010, feet above the Ben. Some of its noble crags, are well worth tlio attention of tlio artist. That represented .in the pluto is on the 'eabtern side of the 'mountain, nnd presents a sheer perpendicular descent of 1000 feet, Tho forma tion is partly hnsaltio nnd partly granite.. At its base are deep gorges between the spurs of the mountain, and on a ledge there is a remarkable 'miniature luke caused liy tho melted snow overflowing from' the mountain top during tho iirst pint of snmmfliv This hike ia (.f great depth ; and the water is of such remarkable clearness that, even fnnn the di/.zy hoight of tbo clifi'x above, you eim i.on the bottom iitf.eeveral places. The view from, tbo mountain top' amply repays Mm trouble of tbo ascent. - I...

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THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 October 1867

THE MONTH. Instead of getting out of the'crisis, we seem to be plunging more deeply into it. The oppor tunity lias been afforded for terminating the strag gle - botween the two Houses.: ?without com promising the rights, of either, and it was th ought that the Council would have hadHhe discretion to avail itself of such ' a favorable ohanco ; but tho Council, still abides by its nonposaumus..; and what is to be result, no one can foresee.; .In order that the immediate point in dispute— tl e Darling grant — might no longer be represented aja^ a matter of f^'iTES^'As- , seinTflyV aicEattoiif, ' lhe ' Governor took 'the Svhole responsibility on himself. He sent ' separate mes sages to both. Chambers instructing the one to provide for the grant, and ?requesting the other to concur in such provision. Every word of his Ex cellency's message . was significant. His in timation . that . ' he had been '* informed by the Secretary of State that Sir Charles ' Darling/ in concluding a lengthened...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 October 1867

FURTHER ENLARGEMENT 'THE Ii B^IA. D-E'r.' Thk proprietors havo much pleasuro in aunouuBing thut since Saturday, tho Gth of July, The Leader appears in a now and enlarged form. The proprietors avail thoihaolves of this oppor tunity to thank subscribers to The Leader . for tho Tory encouraging support reoolvod from tho first issue na tho fith of January now eleven years ago, up to ' tho presont timo ; ami also to assure them tliat no effort or expense will bo nparod to maintain and extend tho high position -which tlie journal now occupies In tho popular estimation. So unprecedented has boon tho success of The [aader hithorto, that tho ohiof difficulty of tho pro prietors has been to koop paco with the rapid aud steady increase of circulation. Now appliances in troduced for printing the paper oxpedltiously, wore no soouor in use than they were found to b3 inado qimto to Bupi-ly the demand. This difllculty, tho proprietors aro happy to stato, has now boon sur mounted. Two largo and powe...

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A MEETING WITH THUNDERBOLT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 October 1867

A MEETING WITH/THUNDERBOLT. ,' ; A Bandori Grqyo correspondent of tho Mait iand il/c?pctf?v/ . bominuuicates to thiit journal the. following:., singular account of n meeting with Thunderbolt:— '' -About two o'clock on the -. '48th ultimo pur active mid zealous seniorr; constable Shannon, stationed in Dungogi came in, hot hasto into Bdudon Grove to secure., tlie sptvicos of ,a black tracker,, to enable viiim: to fpllovy.' on the ' track... of 'tho, how notorious Thunderbbit, witli whom he had shortly before had .aii; encounter, o£ which he cave the fol lowing particulars; : .Judging, from , the oirbum stance of , his. having; stuck-up ,thb northern mail at tile Chain ,. of, Pohdsr that Thunderbolt - wbiild , be . making his ; way down to . his ; old haunts in. i that direction,; Shannonf .bbliov/-. ing V he. had ;.; discovered liis (Thundbrbblt's) usual track to the Monkery,, obtained the* as sistanco of. another constable from that yiomityi and; with him secreted himself in a brush ...

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IN MEMORIAM. THE LOST CHILDREN OF DAYLESFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 October 1867

IN MEMORIAM. Tub Lost Ohilduen of DaylesporS. 'Tisliard to lay the littlo ones : . : , ? V Down for tholr final x-ost, , :i-f.-f- '?-. '.?*-- v ' Though tomtorost euro lias been bestowed, .And tho dear eyes in death havo closed, . i4 Oh a- fond mother's breant ? : But who can tell the WttornesB, * - . '; The heart wrung agony; 'i-ijii'A: Th'd teara those strlckon parontB : weop, ? ... Whose darlings Blept thotr lastj last sleep, ---^ j*lv.lnthq.old]iollovrtroe. ,;:f, ';: : ? iiioyainrtpiifuli of roByhealtti, / . ; I r'-j-Aiul In their oarolesB plavr.i^t iV ; Thoy K'aily -ivandorod here andttiore, ' Until they found In sad doBpalr **:.?-:.? -. . ' i,...Th'at they had lost their, wuy. ' ' ''. Hungry and cold and torriQod . 1 They sought some Bhelterlng Bpot, ?? But oh, how sail that thoy Bhould dlej With friendly aid and shelter nigh, - . Nlfeh, though they know It not. And Had to think, day aftor day, 'r 'Looked In that last embrace, .': ?With anxious Roarohors passing l)y, Tlioy sti...

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THE BLACK CRICKETERS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 October 1867

THE BLACK CRICKETERS. [PUOJI THE WAHRNA.MBOOIiEXA.SIINER, OOTOBEU 1.] Tho effort made to secure the services of Mr Charles Lawrence, one ef tha oi'iginal AU Eugland Eloven, to captain the team, has been successful, . arid he left Sydney for Lake Wal lace (in Victoria), iix July last. Tho care taken of tke' blacks, by him when they were under his hostelry at Manly Beach, created a favorable' impression on . the ., minds of the aborigines ;; and thsngh several fresh men are now introduced, Mr Lawrence has them all under perfect control, and with the' aid of Mr W. E. Hayman, who procoods to England to assist in all mutters connected with the affair, thoy appear like a happy travelling family. The high character borne by Mr Lawrence not. only as n good cricketer, but in his social' capacity,- is a sufficient guarantee that his. charge will.be well cared for ; and as he has determined, io return to the colonies himself, in company with Mr Haymauy ho will bring, back our sable brethren wi...

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SIGNS OF LEICHHARDT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 October 1867

SIGNS OP- LBIOHHAEDT. '. ; Tho following telegrams from Bowon (the sabstanco of whioh appeared in the Herald of the 2nd instant), ara published in the Bris bane Courier of- the 2nd :— Despatches have arrived from Captain Outlell, dated 30th August. The Expedition arrived at the pro posed site of the settlement on tho . 22rid August, andlandotlthehqrscsingood condition. On. the first night the camp was rushed by alligators, and two of. the -horses carried off. A fine site for a township has been discovered, in the track of alltheships passing through Torres Straits. It is situated on the snores of a deep bst-dary, whore there is a plentiful supply of wood and water, and stone for building pur poses:. A new river has been discovered to the ' westward,: cutting off part, of what ;has hitherto beon considered tho mainland.., Noar one. of Leichhm-dt's bumping places... a white^ ,man with a very white board'.reaohirig to his .-waist lias been soon. Some niembors. of the expedi tion are on...

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MASSACRE AND CANNIBALISM AT FIJI. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 October 1867

MASSACRE AND CANNIBALISM AT     FIJI.           By the Magellan Cloud, which arrived   from the Islands, at Sydney on the 25th ult; the melancholy intelligence was re     ceived of the murder of one of the       Wesleyan missionaries, the Rev. Mr Baker,   together with seven native teachers, by the   savages of Fiji. The following is a complete narrative by a correspondent of the Sydney   Herald: —                 The perpetrators of the crime are the chiefs   and people of a town, called Ngangadetavatu,   in the Navosa District, as nearly as possible in the centre of the island, and about three or   four days journey beyond the residence...

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A KANGAROO BATTUE. [GEBLONG ADVERTISER, SEPTEMBER 28.] [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 October 1867

A KANGAROO BATTUE         [GEELONG ADVERTISER, SEPTEMBER 28. ] Since the small remnant left of the abori- gines have given up the chase and hang about the townships, and depend upon the whites for food, and the shepherd kings have destroyed the dingo, kangaroos have an immunity from their natural enemies, and their numbers have, of late years, increased to an extent on some   of the stations in the Western District so as to render it necessary that some means should be devised; of reducing the number beyond that of the rifle or dogs. With this object in view a system has been adopted, similar to that pur- sued in South Africa, to capture the wild   animals of that country. A piece of ground is enclosed, of some two or three acres in extent. This is surrounded with a double log- fence, and between the logs pieces of timber are placed perpendicularly, forming a stockade some twelve feet high. At the further ...

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BURGLARY IN ELIZABETH-STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 October 1867

BURGLARY IN ELIZABETH-STREET. A very daring and adroit burglary was effected on the 4th inst. into the warehouse of Messrs Adames and Co., silk mercers, Eliza- beth-street;. The premises, adjoin, the Aus   tralian Alliance ,Assurance Company's offices on the south side, and below is a stair case leading to rooms on the first and second floors, occupied as offices by solicitors, archi tects, commission agents, &c. The front of the   warehouse, facing Elizabeth-street; consists of an ordinary window-frame, externally, secured   by close shutters, with a door at the upper side which not only locks, but for additional safety     is provided with iron bars at the top and bottom, which; are fastened with one   of Chubb's patent padlocks. To effect     an entrance from the front would have been attended not only with difficulty, but there   would have been considerab...

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TERRIFIC HAIL STORM IN DAYLESFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 October 1867

TERRIFIC HAIL STORM IN DAYLES FORD.                     [FROM THE DAYLESFORD EXPRESS, OCTOBER 3.]   Yesterday was an exceedingly boisterous   day, heavy squalls of wind and rain ,     from the south-west burstings at intervals over the town from an early hour. These   squalls however, were weak in compari son with one that struck the borough about half -past three p.m. First of all a dark and ominous cloud rapidly, spread like a funeral pall over the sky. Scarcely had the twilight gloom thus occasioned fallen upon us, before the black mass overhead broke, and discharged a storm of hail that fairly tore up the moist earth and produced a deafening roar. The wind increased each moment in violence, till at length it seemed- impossible for any but the most solid objects to withstand its force. Fo...

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