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PASSENGERS SAILED SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE SEPTEMBER MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 October 1867

PASSENGERS SAILED SENCE THE DE PARTURE OF THE SEPTEMBER MAIL. September 28.— The R.M.S.S. Geolong :— For Galle : Mr Rickets and child, Mr H. Smith, Mr Holman, Rev. J. Gordon. For Calcutta : Mr G.W. Smith. For Suez : Colonel N-wdogate and ser   vant. For Marseilles : Mr J. A. Saunders, Mr Purvis and Mr Vignoles. October 5. — Lincolnshire, for London: Mr and Mrs E. C. Hilton. Mr and Mrs Marmaduke, R Langdale, Staff Assistant Surgeon Lamb and Mrs Lamb, Mr and Mrs J. Simpson, Mrs and Miss Peers. Mrs G. A. Fletcher, family (4), and servant, Mrs : J. F. M'Cormack and child, Madame Cutolo,. Mrs M. J. Hooper, Miss Cathe rine Rogers, Miss Smith, Doctor Arthur Goul lett, Mr Francis A. Gibb, Mr R. Lewin, Mr P.     H. Buesnel, Mr F. L. Clay, Mr G. P.Turnbull; and fifty- three in the second and third cabins.

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SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. VESSELS ARRIVED AT THE PORT OF MELBOURNE SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE SEPTEMBER MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 October 1867

SHIPPING- FOR THE MONTH. VESSELS ARRIVED AT THE PORT OF MELBOURNE SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE SEPTEMBER MAIL. October. 1. King of Trumps, ship. 600 tons, N. Murray, from Mauritius. Joshua Brothers, agents 2. Portland, ship, from New York. R, Towns and Co., agents. 7. Sarah, American barque, 661 tons, J. B Atkins, from Boston. Newell und Co.,     agents.     7. Rachel, barque, 282 tons, Robert Firth, from Glasgow. Alexander Macfarlan and   Co., agents. 7. Swiftsure, ship (Green's Blackwall Line), 1326 tons, M. B. Mathew, from London,     via the Lizard. W. P. White and Co., agents.         8. Pride of the Ocean, ship, 1169 tons, Osborn Duke, from Gravesend, via Start Point.   Dickson, -Williams and Co., agents.   9. Star of Gwent, barque, 369 tons, Wm. Shil labeer, from Mauritius. Joshua Brothers, agents.. 9. Wolverine...

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

THE FLOODS. Western Port. — Bass River, 4th October. — The weather, which has been very stormy for the last ten days, cleared up a little yesterday,   when three of the horsemen - who have been detained, here for some time, .owing to the im   passable state of the tracks and rivers between this and Cape Paterson and the Gipps Land districts, started to endeavor to get onwards, and succeeded in reaching the River Pawlett, but could proceed no farther. The river had not abated in its overflow of waters, and after   spending the day in the trial to pass, they   were obliged to return here again, merely to inform their chums in waiting that they were   not half so badly off as those on the other side of the Pawlett River, who were waiting to come on here, as they had no house nor shed for shelter, whilst here, at the Royal Hotel; they had every comfort the bush would allow. 5th October. — Yesterday we were visited with hea...

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CAPTURE OF CHINESE GAMBLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 October 1867

CAPTURE OF CHINESE GAMBLERS. The existence of a Chinese gambling house in the camp, near Wombat Creek- bridge, Dayles- ford, has been known for some time, and the police have been foiled in various attempts to bring the offence home to the Chinamen, the rising ground on which the camp is situated and a body of scouts posted about preventing any surprise. Success attended their exertions on 27th ult., however. Detective Walker, troopers Daly and Phelan, and constables Kearney, Lynn, and Conlon, all in plain clothes, left the police camp about two o'clock by dif ferent routes. Troopers Daly and Phelan, on horseback, as if decent farmers returning from church, first reached the front of the more than suspected house unobserved, the others by the   same time having got within speaking distance. The two first at once secured the door, calling on the others to come up. There were about sixty inside, who, taking the alarm with a celerity that showed the wooden erection must ha...

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

THE BUSHRANGERS.   [FROM THE ALBURY BANNER, OCTOBER 5]     The Blue Cap gang, after committing     several petty robberies, and getting energeti cally chased out of the Murrumbidgee district until they returned to their former haunts on the levels, have had but a brief respite, even amongst their aiders and abettors. So hot   has been the pursuit that they were forced to take refuge on the Adeleng. Still the dreaded   officers of justice bore down upon them ; and flying from the penalty of their crimes was   their only thought until they rode past Tumbarumba in their scared flight to     the mountains, with Sub-Inspector Meares and party in hot pursuit. The au-   thorities are making tke utmost exer-   tions to stamp out this attempt to emulate the rascaldom of the gang's exterminated pre decessors in the fatal bush road to ruin....

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

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS.     BIRTHS.   CARWARDINE.-On the 26th ult., at Sandhurst, Mrs   W. H. Carwardine, of a son.       CLARK.-On the 19th ult., at her residence, Emu hill, Piggoreet West, the wife of John Clarke, Esq., of   a daughter.   DIGGIN.-On the 7th inst., at Beechworth, the wife of   Mr Benjamin Diggin, of a son. DOUGLASS.-On the 9th inst., at Bramble-street,     Sandhurst, Mrs. C. W. Douglas, of a daughter. EMBLING.-On the 6th inst., at 123 Sturt-street, Bal-     larat, the wife of Dr. W. Henry Embling, of a son. LANG.-On the 18th ult, at Ascot Vale, Mrs W   Lang, of a female infant, stillborn. LANGLANDS.-On the 27th ult., at Horsham, Mrs   John Langlands, of a daughter.   LEARMONTH.-On the 30th ult., at Grange-burn Mill,    ...

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HOMEWARD BOUND-LEAVING THE RAILWAY PIER SANDRIDGE.—SEE PAGE 38. HOMEWARD BOUND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 October 1867

HOMEWARD BOUND-LEAVING THE RAILWAY PIER SANDRIDGE.-see page 13.   HOMEWABD BOUND. Our full page engraving this month represents the departure of one of our. 'Liners' from the Railway Pier in Hobson's Bay. We have several lines of ships, engaged expressly in the passen ger trade between the port of Melbourne and England. The Blackball, Blackball, and White Star lines, the Aberdeen clipper line, and Shaw, Lowther, Max well and Co.'s line carry on the trade all the year round ; others only daring the wool sea- son. Their respective merits are freely discussed by in- tending passengers ; but the   preference given to one over     another is decided chiefly by considerations of personal convenience. Regularly once a month a Blackwall     liner takes its departure from our shores, and generally full berthed. The Lincolnshire, which is reprepresented in our engraving, cleared out on the   &nb...

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

THE LOST CHILDREN OF DAYLES- FORD.     Last month's issue contained a melancholy     story about three children who had lost them- selves in the bush in the neighborhood of Daylesford and whose remains were found in   a hollow tree nine weeks afterwards. On page eight we give a view of the spot where the re-   mains were found. In connection therewith   may be read the following communication which narrates in a simple way how the writer, one Michael M'Kay, found the children at last: —"At twelve o'clock, on the 13th September,   on going home to dinner, I met with a neigh- bor named Charles Stewart. 'While we were talking together for a few minutes, my dog passed us carrying something in its mouth. We paid no attention to it at the time. After   leaving Stewart, I observed that it was a boot the dog was carrying. I called him up, and on examining the boot, I found th...

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TWO DAYS LOST IN THE SNOW. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 October 1867

TWO DAYS LOST IN THE SNOW. [CONTBIBUTED TO THE OUVB'XiAIID TIMES.] On several occasions I have lost my calcula tion in the ranges, and I admit that tho sensa tion experienced after travelling for two or three days over mountain and ravine; through wild acacia and twining underwood ; over rocks nnd precipices, without discovering a ..habitable dwelling, or meeting with a fellow bnng, is anything bat agreeable. I have been for a, week on tho bleak and arid plains of New South Wales, without food and with very little water, before reaching a station or township, ? and confess that the feeling was the reverse of delightfnl ; bnt the privation ' and suffering connected with either of these now too common adventures are trifling inci dents compared with .the danger and horror of being two days lost in a snow storm in the mountains ef Gipps Land. It may seem strange that suck a circumstance could transpire in this age of progress, but to me it was an icy truth — a cold and shivering realit...

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THE LIMESTONE CAVES, WELLINGTON VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 19 October 1867

THE LIMESTONE CAVES, WEL- LINGTON VALLEY. Annexed is presented a view of the Lime- stone Caves of Wellington Valley, referred to the following correspondence between Proffessor   Owen of London and the Colonial Secretary, New South Wales : — London, 23rd February,   1867. — Sir, — The enlarged and liberal views of your Administration embolden me to suggest that a careful and systematic exploration of the Limestone Caves, of Wellington Valley, dis- covered by the Colonial Surveyor in or about 1832, would be a work worthy of your en- couragement. The fossil remains which were then obtained from the caves revealed the im- portant and suggestive fact that the marsupial type of structure prevailed in the ancient and extinct, as in the existing quadrupeds of Aus- tralia. Besides the great accession of such evidence as would accrue to the Museum of Sydney from such exploration, most instructive   evidence may be expected bearing on the anti- quity and...

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VESSELS SAILED SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE SEPTEMBER MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 October 1867

VESSELS SAILEP SINCE TflE .DfPAB ' TURE OF TUB StPTkMbKlt MAIL. September. 28. Geolong, ,R M.S S.. 1217 tons, N. J. Skot towe, for Point de Gallo. F. R. Kendall, agent. ? , ? ' October. . , -_. - * .; „ 1. St. Aubiri, Fronoh ship, 1478 .tons, F. N. Le Coulon, for Batavia, via Sydney. Vlotona Sugar Company, agents. 4. Hannah Nicholson, barque, 252 tons, George Bkok, f?r Colombo. Grioo, Sunnier and Co , agents. 5. Lightning, ship, 1769 tons, H. Jones, for London, via. Geolong. Bright Brothers and Co , agents. 5. Vyf Vrienden, Dutch ship,, 356 tons, G. Tohan, for .Sydney Ploos van Auistel and Co.. agents. 5. Lincolnshire, ship, 1200 tons, H. H. Shin ner, for London. W.P. White and Co , agents. 8. Carl, brig, 164 tons, William Don, for Rio de Janeiro. H. S. Smith, agent. 14. Stag, barque, '835. tons, L. Anderson, for Mauritius. Turnbull, Smith and Co., , agents. 14'. Duo do Malakoff, French ship, 578 tons, J. Bourdau, for Sydney. Bligh and Hnr bottlo, agonts. ' 14. Bombay, R.M.S., 608 t...

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SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. VESSELS ARRIVED AT THE PORT OF MELBOURNE SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE SEPTEMBER MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 October 1867

SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. . -'?, : ? rr ? : ? i VESSELS- ARRIVED .AT- THE PORT OB MELBOUBNE, SINCE THE DEPASTURE OF.THE SEPrEMBER MAIL'. October. 1. ' King of Trumps, ship, 600 tons, N. Murray, from Mauritius. Joshua Brothers, agents. 2. Portland, ship, from Now York. B. Towns and Co., agents. 7. Sarah, American barque, 661 tons, J. B. .Atkins, from Boston.. Newell and Co., ag'ntB.. - . 7. Rachel, barque, 282 tons, Eobert Firth, from , Glasgow. Alexander Maofarlanand ~ .Co., agents. 7. Swiftsure, ship , (Green's Blackball Line), 1326 tons; M. B. Mat he w,- from London', via the Lizard. W. P. White and Co., agonts. 8. Pride of the Ocean, ship, 1169 tons, Paborn Duke, from Gravesend, via Start Point. Dickson, Williams and Co., agents. . 9. Star of Gwent; barque, 369 tons, Wm. Shil labeer, from Mauritius/Joshua Brothers,' agent?. - 9. Wolverine, brig, 207 tons. J. Paul,, from Souraboya. H. Selwyn Smith, agent. ? 9. Tell, barque, 32) tons. John Smith, from . :?.-'; Foo Chow Foo. Youngman ...

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MAGDALA, ABYSSINIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 October 1867

MAGDALA, ABYSSINIA. gome interest is attached to Abyssinia at present in consequence of the lengthened de tention of Consul Cameron, and several other British subjects. Often- as the names of the captives and their .gaoler have been mentioned in telegrams and news paper paragraphs, we are still in the dark as to the whole business. We want to know something of the history and character of this Theodore, who calls himself emperor, and who is said to have been intensely disgusted at the Queen of England for refusing to respond to his offer of marriage. , We suspect that there is a considerable amount of misrepresentation current in regard to the matter. In the meantime wo present a a view of | one- of Theodore's strongholds ; tho one, probably m which the British prisoners were kept The physical features surrounding the fortified building present an extraordinary appear ance, but they aro quite charac teristic of the country, which may bo described generally as consist ing of a vast s...

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TWO DAYS LOST IN THE SNOW. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 October 1867

TWO DAYS LOST IN THE SNOW. ..???'?' [CONTBIBDTKb TO THE aiPJPS I.AND : TIMES.] On several oooasions I have lost my caloula Mon in the ranges, and I admit that the .sensa tion experienood. after travelling for two or three days over mountain and ravine ; through wild acacia and twining underwood ; over . rocks and precipices, without discovering a habitable dwelling, or meeting with a fellow being, is anything bat agreeable. I have been for a week on the bleak and arid plains, of New South Wales, without food and with, very little water, before reaching a station or township, and confess. that the feeling was the reverse of delightful-; hut the privation and suffering connected with cither of these now too common adventures ore trifling inci dents compared with the danger and horror of being two days lost in a snow storm in the mountains of Gipps Land. It may seem strange . that Back a circumstance could transpire in this age of progress, but to me it was an icy truth, —a'cold ? and ...

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DEATH OF DR. EADES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 October 1867

'^DEAfHiOF IdrTI ADES^ ^ It' is witn' unfeiglied'regfet'we have to an nounce' the sudden 'demise of Dr. Eddes, late health officer to the city ' corporation , a gentle - man highly' esteemed by the members' of the medical profession in this city, arid' universally respected by all who knew him. ' -The' deceased gentleman lectured at the Melbourne Univer sity (where lie occupied with honor the posi tion of lecturer in Materia Medica), on the 9th inst. On the lltb! inst. he visited some .'parts ? of Gipp's Ward in his official capacity; as ' health officer, in company with Crs. Walker and Saunders. Although but recently recovered from a severe ill ness, on those occasions lie seemed to en joy excellent ' health, and continued so up to the 12th inBt., when ? :he' ' complained ? of spasms. He was attended by'Dr. Robertson and other gentlemen of the 'profession, but. expired at his' residence, Prahran, about seven o'clock the ' same' evening. He sustained a hurt in the foot through getti...

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CAPTURE OF CHINESE GAMBLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 October 1867

CAPTURE OF CHINESE GAMBLERS. The existence of a Chinese gambling house in the camp, near Wombat Creek-bridge, DayleB ford, has been known for some time, and the polios have been foiled in various attempts to bring the offence home to the PHindmen, the rising ground on which the camp is situated and a body of scouts posted about preventing any surprise. Success attended their exertions ori '27th' ult.,- however.' ''JDetectiye Waik'er,' troopers Daly and Phelari, and. constables Kearney, Lynri, andOonlonVall iii plain clothes, left the police eamp ['about two o'clock iy ' dif- ferent routes. '' ';. Troopors Daly and Phelan, on horsebaolc; as* if dee'erit ' farmers returning from church, first reached tho front of the more than . suspected house uriobaerved, the others by the saine time hayirigget within speaking distanoo. The two first 'dt'!:'oiico sebured^thedoorV calling on the othersto 'c'6me'upi';!^h-ere%ere''ab'out sixty inside, whof taking tlies''alarni ;'witiiI!a celerity that ...

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SIGNS OF LEICHHARDT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 October 1867

SIGNS OF LEIOHHARDT. Tho following telegrams from Bo wen (the substance of which appeared in the Herald of the 2nd instant), are published in the Bris bane. Courier' of the 2nd :— Despatches have arrived' ifrbin/dd'ptain Cadell, dateU1. 30th August. The Expedition arrived at the pro posdcTsite of the'f'pettlemeht on; 'tlfe ':22nd August, and. landed the horses in good condition. pri-:tiie' first 'niglji ' tKe camp w'as*' rustied by aliigaibrsr tind ' two of r' the' horses' carried off. A! fine' site fpt a township has b'een'discoyered, in tlie'trttqjc of all the sliipa passing through Torres Siraits.*1: It is situate'd'on the'; slibres' of a d.eep estuary, wher'e^ ^ there1 'is' a pleniiful^ supply 'of woo'diand''waterj1 and Btone-;f6f' :buUdihg'pur-i : pose's.' 'A new river Mas 'b'eeri discovered' to; the ?westward, cutting off part 'of what lias hitherto been considered tlie main land.* ' 'Near' one of Leichhardt's camping : 'place's a wiiite': man; with' a very white board reachin...

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THE SYDNEY BOTANICAL GARDENS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 October 1867

THE SYDNEY BOTANICAL GABDENS. - ' Perhaps the finest sight m New South Wales is the Botanical Gardens of Sydney. Situated close to the city, it is the favorite and . ' constant . resort ? of all who . may have a few 1 leisure moments during the day. It. presents - a striking contrast to those younger establish ments of the other Australian colonies, inas much as the plants have generally assumed, _ their true character as trees. Nothing can' in- deed be finer than the stately Araucarias and the various specimens of myrtaceous trees. Tho sketoh here given shows.a portion of the - new garden formed bn.the fond reclaimed from' the bay. This portion is devoted to the classi fication of planta and their arrangement in natural order. It is a port worthy of the dose observation- of the visitor. ; . . THE SYDNEY BOTANICAL GABDEN S _ W ATEB VIEW. S~h^» THE SYDNEY BOTANICAL GABDEN S _ W ATEB VIEW. S~h^»

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BEN LOMOND, TASMANIA.—SEE PAGE 8. BEN LOMOND, TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 October 1867

BEN LOMOND, TASMANI A ? bee page 8. ^-^ ^ BEN LOMOND, TASMANIA. This illustration: represents one of the majestic cliffs. of that highly picturesque mountain, Ben Lomond, which is' -situated on the southern side of Tasmania. Tho mountain itself is '5019,) feet above the sea. Some of its noble cr'ngs are well worth the attention of tho artist. That represented kin the plate is on the eastern side of tho 'mountain, and presents a sheer perpendicular descent of 1000 feet. ;J The forma tion is partly basaltic . and partly granite. At its', base are,, deep gorges between the' spurs of the mountain, aud on a ledge there is a remarkable 'miniature lake caused by tho melted snow overflowing from the mountain top during the. iirst part of summer. ' This lulce is of great '.'depth' ;'' and' the' water is of such remarkable ' clearness that, even from the dizzy height of the -'-cliffs - above, you enn see the bottom in^several places. The view' from tho mountain top' amply repays ' tho trouble...

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IN MEMORIAM. THE LOST CHILDREN OF DAYLESFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 October 1867

IN MEMORIAM. The Lost OHitDnKN of DAylksforb. ' 'Tia hard to lay tho little ones ' Down for thoirfltml rest, Though tendercBt caro has been bostowod, And tbo dear oyos in death havo closed, On a fond motbor's broast But who can tell tbe blttornosH, Tho heart wrung agony ; - The tcara tboso striokon pnrontn weop, Whose darlings slept their last, last sleep, In tho old hollow troo. They, startod full of rosy health, r . ?? And ia their carelosB plav, Thoy gaily wandorod horo and thoro, Until they found in sad donpair That thoy had lost tholr way. Hungry and cold and torriilod , They Bought Bomo Hholtoiing spot, But oil,' how sad that thoy should dlo, With friendly, aid and shelter nigh, Nigh, 'though they know it not And fad to think, day aftor day, fiookod In tliat last embrace, With auxtuiiB HoarahorR paeHiugby, Thoy still should undiscovered Ho In that lone rosting jjlaco. Oil! who could read tbo talo unmovod? Yot llslit breaks through tho gloom, To ohoor tho hearts of thoso who wo...

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