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BALLARAT CIRCUIT COURT. BALLARAT, TURSDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

BALtiARAT CIRCUIT COURT. BALtARAT, Tchim! fimdro. The basinets of the Balletat Circuit Court commenced thU morning, before hi> Henoor the Chief Jurtlco. The building used on the c cent ion wti the Western Polios Court. Mr .1. H. Dunne prosecuted on behalf of the Crown. nouecBUUgna. Ab Sec, n Chinamen, pleaded "NotGaitty" to e charge of breaking Into the boose of • fellow-countryman named Ab Sam, on the 19th of April last, and Fteallug therefrom a silver watch, valued at CA. Alt Sam, who Is blind, and who U now an inmate of the Benevolent Asylum, was 011 the day in qoeetton living la n house at Black-lull Flat. On rialng on the morn ing of tlio 20lh he missed the watch from Lis bedside, and (t was not heard of nfain until the prisoner plaoed It in the hands of another Chinaman, as a guarantee for a loan of 12?. Ah See was often In and out of the place. Tbc pritoner s defonoo was that he pnr charcd the watch from a man not 1n court. Ho was found guilty of receiving the watch knowin...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE INSPECTION OF THE VOLUNTEER FORCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

THE INSPECTION OF THE VOLUNTEER FORCE. The third quarterly impaction of the volun teer force for the pneent year ii now being proceeded with. The following return give* the oorp* Inspected, "their fall atiangtb, end tbenunberof nxn who attended the parade. Stop roltmteer to be effectl»e bu topee* two of tbeto Inepectioae dnrlag the yatr. bot a* tbe bv&kqf the attended at the two •M uwJlMf taken alaoa the p recent cue a net eo obligatory In ita character a* U* predeoeaom— ; Full Strength. Btimcib InapoeUd. RltJmwod EM* VlObaJiewa AttUl**.. Ktftxmrorartnnry Faluaa wd S. Ywa lUfei . saassr.. - :: tUtonp*ipdKanli IfoUxmrpt tttBS/Minr'!*> OoHtagweod ttta Ut ur in 1U MS 11a $ m 194 IU 85 M iu j» - a> 78 91 A pqradarfthe JMbocrne Artillery erne appointed for Friday Met,but owing to tbetaxfeoftte earn in attend hoattiamtuter tbe h i oompUlnt baa to be ,*w attaadanoe muit, oaa bo pronounced good. 3/ tba Tentridge. the ^aJMTtbe Kiaarald-hlll

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INTERCOLONIAL, NEW ZEALAND. OTAGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

INTERCOLONIAL, NEW ZEALAND. OTAGO. By the Alhsmbta, which arrived lut even ing, we have advices from Danediu to the j 26th alt. The Otage Dailg Timet famishes j the following Items of news:—There has ! bean a farther surrender of rebels at Te j Awamutu, and, whst is of more Importance ; etlll, Mr. Madcay, Native Commissioner for | the Thames district, ties had an interview with William Thompson, at Matamats, at which this arch-rebel deprecated the con tinnance of hostilities and expressed his desire for peace. The natives who surren dered ererp eleven in number, three males and eight females. Captain BiewHt Of the 66th Brgiment, stationed at Ranglawhla, having the honour of first receiving their submission. The rale of the first portion of the confiicated territory in the Walkato—Ngaruawabla, or Newcastle as It is now called—took place on the 16th September, end realised £8jl50, or more than doable the upset price. A Maori women, named Timats, protested against the ■ale; end threate...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INTEROOLONIAL RIFLE MATOH COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

rSBr*"™ of ~0r iff Hilt ooiiairtiitiw fertbio^iMr torit#oiw»Uliiflt mtti^lrijrilfeeMtnii took flaw wihiatfor Ia*tt ^Jttdridc* BttfcwUch atari t» xMotdt& toS» tatfoMtt slritad by Mr. B to JfMSte, aaA s mremautcb *u the result. The shootlngwaspeiheps below the ayerage, • because of 41m wind, wfcloh ww ahtily ftMn the left, and ft certain Strangeness In (ho light Ai will be Men, only tour point* separated the winners and loerrs. The following an the total hcjres of the competitors:— n, ooli'i r*». Mama Oeipa ToUl Point*. M'Emn Colo .. M'Cwtney .. .. .. Fewwtt ' • M'Neughtan.. ... .. Kello* Baineferd .. .. Wright johmoD Colonel Bade,. iLftjer. M. s. E.H.R. Jto. B. &V Eli. a. K Ho A. OLi &EX tit O A. fit .. M . w 61 S% 71 rt u 6ft M Total m as. sapaoon'e rss. V Heine. '' ' Qf*p*- 4 6total - Points. Ulddlemte Captain Oouchman., ., Momby Bargeod Dooght lieutenant Stoop .1 - .1! lieutenant Templeton Heirtandj „ Oeptain Irving .. WO. A. mo. a. IitB.8. • 8. ** A. 8. Ka...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TASMANIA [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

tashahu. The Black Saw briega adviow frjtn Ho bait To an to the 28tb, -and Jj »n noes ton to the 29lh olt. Theceremony of presenting the prisea won by canrtidetfte far the degree of associate of arte took place at Hobtrt Town on the 27th, the (SiiefJ«artide(8irV. Fleming) presiding. Prohaeor Irving wm the chair man of the Board of Eramlnere. 1ht£aimeutm Bjcambvr, of Thrireday week, commenting upon the action reoently taken In Victoria ander the Crluioala' Infloi Pre vention. Act, declarei the not to lie nnoon- ' stitatlonal. At tbe ontne (fmeltedmUi that—"Victoria can hescarcely blamed for ! any atep the may take to bring the eyitsm of transportation to Western Auatmlia to an end."

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AUCKLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

To* Ekjatod Hunt rmsosnM.—The BaUhern (km of Bept 15 ooataios the fol lowing " Nothing farther he* been heard, tbet we are mm of, of the morementa of UtelfinipiboBat botsttoslisvB bMttikflQ \ to intercept them aborUdtbey make for the Mannknu Head*. At n ray late hour on Taeadaynlght (Sept 15) fifty-four nn of the lfth Regiment, anaer the oommuu command of Cap tain Strug* nix) Went. Harrington, atarted from'theAlbert Banacka forOneeunga. where ! tbey ntonae embarked In the lady BtrUr, for the Heed*. Their object'of oouree it. thoagh not poblldy stated, to present the prisoners from crotelng at the Heada that lit If they bad not done to already— the distune from that* to MeteVane not Mai to Brett that they may not hare crossedftng before tolrady Baddy arrtred at ber draflwuion. tVeara Informed that the>w»«rJdgh* euaytarojbaen aooom pUebsd by a Maori in thMyadx hour*: and. If it has been ao,the latdy Baikly wUl hare been about s day taolato. It U wry impro bable, ta)wem,Jhal .the jp...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NOTES AND QUERIES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

NOTES AND QUERIES. TO THE XDITOft O? THE 40BCEAL4BUK. Sir,—'Will you permit me to offer a sugges tion which hie already perhaps been antici pated by you. It ii to open a column or two of your new journal for the benefit of inquiring etudenta in various branches of the natuml sciences, and other things Australasian. One of the meet interesting of London publications offer* a Terr euggeetire end appropriate title. I allude to ifolet and Querist. I will illuatmte the utilitiea from my own i -experience. When I first landed on Cbeae abort* fortune took me into buahlaad, and without book*, and a good deal of interest in vegetable and animal kingdoms altogether new to me, and ae then unaoqneintod with Dr. Mueller's aids to investigation, I was unable to identify many objects of interest. One day a very beautiful flower attracted my attention, and no botanical books were to be found far or near. I therefore wrote to the local news paper a brief description of the plant, asking if anybody c...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OR THE [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

TO TBS SDJVOB O* TBX AttnUUSXAY. Bir,—I bare this year planted iome fruit I trees j as, however, my ground war not trenched throughout at the time, they am not planted ] in the spota where I wish them to remain permanently. Will yon be good enough to | inform me whether or not it will throw them heck a year if I transplant tb«n in the proper eeaaon nest year f Tbey will, an doubt, if left alone, bear fruit next year. Qnery—Will they do so if tiammfantaar If it does not throw thnn bad, as 1 hare been informed, be aogood as to tell me the best month to remore them. Tlie trees are apple, peer, plums, peaches, and Yoonnuqr, A.H.G. Bpodhiutt, Opt. 8. [Xwi bu wired icto, but «iQ be eamrad | next we& -IV TiejiNirttlsaam.]

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLYTKHSIC BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

POLYTKHSIC BALL.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Australasian. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8,1864 [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

BAirBDAT,* OCXOBEE 8, 1864. The Timet, in a clever article a few months ago^ after a summary, fair enough as fares it went, of the wonder ful results achieved in France by the fish-breeding experiments of the present Em re bob, wound np by saying, that if a matter of expediency for France it was one of curiosity only for England, as the English ware not a fish-eating people. The celebrated Mr. Samuel Welleb, on the contrary, informs us that poverty and oysters go toge ther, and that the reason of the numberless fiah-stalla, bong on an average of one to every six houses,! in Wbitechspd, arises from the fact that ■ when a man la warty poor, ha tushes out of his^gtafi and eats oysters in.tsg'lar despepitaon." The opposite thefriea of the gnat Time* nun and the yet greater Wmn, arise from their different cotatradion of tire word people. The newspaper oracle was looking on lib boor the bay window of a clubhouse in Pall-maB, whue Mt.Wkller, as afirot ingly reminded by Ids parent when 3e p...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIAN [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

W> TH* kPlTOB or TBB A-XSiTKUjABlAX, Sir,—I read your able retries on Mr. Ban ting'* work in last wreck'* Autlralatian, and wa* highly amused, instructed, and aatonithed at the wonderful iwenlt* brought about by euoh simple mean*. Unfortunately (I consider) for i myeelf, I do toot etand fenced of any eucn re ducing eyatem, a* I am both thin and light to Mi extreme, and would be happy to hear or ' a'ome audi simple plan to. put aome fat on my i bone*. Could you, or any of your oorre- I spemdenta, suggest one, or inform me if by taking, the food, &c., which Mr. Banting . avoid*, and rejecting that which he lived 1 upon, the muob-to-be-deaired change would I he likely to take place? „ ' LAMP-POST. Melbourne, Oct. S. Cute plenty of farineoeoue food pnd beer, and rieej) ten boon on end t but abore all be etupid. Bcmember what lcept Chuiui thin.— Ed. The AitHralatia».'\

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

TO Til* DtlMl or TUB AWmtUMUK. Blr,—Some time put J got several planta ■will) hard bum*, and gnat advantages, at ""Bohnum cUrieoidee,** wbiohl am told k the <*«t potato, the " Diosoorea," or vain, to. i j t>ut theoamea, though fine, did not gtremeaay idea of the mode of cultivation, and wj iireet | .1)0(110 and yam* an dead. 2BEBSE GARDE. LWewfll «m about tb« BoUnum dtri' ooidw obt week. With retpect to the y»»f ft ma; bo boated ntj much Uka the "poUto. PtttthetubanSoabexfintmaor pot, irpoM01*bali9t4>«a. t^tbmqoltebt,* t^ t% wv ^i|^eori^d with ooD. If -the tuba* an Iwjo, tfcqr iMfla oot,end the ■MmJaU j(W.;^h« ptwtqt moolhwill do ^moqthfiarpluMsg,) , .

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO THE [?] OF THE AUSTRAILIAN [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

«0 is* botwk* Tnxcmxuxux. 8ir,-^ k»\ -L.T. v?*m mm* *»»«*«*«* •« t*wW ~UTpt*mvaj ■ Mdfldl^ %NM^Mi U&N till* iimliliottair -«pw«—>ahi*ftt yam «•* 4w «itt 1*T» b—> awwrtufc fe> OOUMOUIOMOldW fflS5SS«|IStSS5ffi jn<t im aiA «a<Wk >m«« »«d Bin lTTi» Itayrj u> |«t thin poipo* <rf in* *j of tikmi ^•'->y-.. _ tVpf/'Mi;*#■!* SiT^j •jtjflBUrtl&rf a thai Uio eociety will attend actively to the -Ed. Thti AtulraJatian.]

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE DARLING AND ITS TRIBU TARIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

TOE DABMNO AND ITS TSIBD TAEIE8. - . " . A odffeepottdent of tlio PaHorw Zuii^ ! *hb lignt hiflMelf M An Uppw DvUrj ] Squatter" give* tU« following intending ao* ! count of the Dirling and it« tributwici i—* T2*v ^wktiiNivf tf« WwqfS&J to %2ttoh I no* with to draw your attention is Out through which the Hirer Darling and it* trf bulanra flow. The river ii called the Hiding ; ai high up as the junction of the Bogan, and from Urease to it* intersection by the Queens- j bind boundary it i< usuallycalled the Bsrwsn i its length, in etraigbt Knee of 100 mitra eaoh to J tbii point) u about $50 miles, which d'tsfattoe, ■ by the oouroe of the rirer, is neerly trebled, j The ordinary travelling road in about 800 mile*. Suppose the frontage round all to extend ten miles back, and all to be in their naturally unimproved state, 1,000 sbeep to each 050 acres of frontage would be a lair average estimate of the eapsoity of the country. This would give, for the two banks of the D...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNTBY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

COUNTBY NEWS. A hading boiiM of business on the Victoriin aide of the Murray (says the Sydney Hominy Herald) bag applied to the New Sooth Wales Govtrnmeot for river frentsge at Corowa, for wharfage purposes for a Une of steamers, and for erecting bonded store?, at their own cost.1 " Amidst all the earnest excitement occ i •toned by the proceedings on either side the liver, in the matter of the Border Customs, during the past week," observes tbe Riverine Herald, " there bss been no little amonnt of fan. Two or three Chinamen from Victoria were abont to cross the free punt at Moamt. \ gentleman standing by asked them If they sad any tobacco. John very honestly an swered, 1 Yes, aboot five pounds.' He was jold that no one was allowed to takeover {note than two ounce* The Celestials, after t short consultation, divested themselves of dl but the quantity mentioned, and, wrapping It in a handkerchief, tied It round the neck >f a dog, by which they were accompanied. Fhey got over nnqnes...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOWN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

TOWN NEWS. At the Haymarket Theatre on Wednesday evening Mr. P. C. Cunningham e, a come dian new to the Victorian stage, made his first appearance in the character of BaUle Nlool Janrle, In the drama of" Bob Boy," with the most oomplete suooees. We are so aooustomed to see the immortal Bailie cari oatnred on the stage, that It was something like f new sensation to see a conception that would base eatfc fied Sir Walter Boott himself realised with a n stare and art that, while (till perfectly original, forcibly called to mind the effoita of the famoue Mackay. Mr. Cnn-1 nlnghame was loudly applanded throoghont | every scene, and is Indeed a valnable addition to the Mdbonrne Btage. 1 The ordinary half-yearly meetlngof the Mew Ohnm Mining Company waeheld at the cffioer, 97 Market-street, on Thnraday.: There waa n pretty (kill mniter of share holders. Mr. W. B. Jones oocopled the chair. The report of theboaid ol management was read. It showed that the affilesof the com pany were In a very...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

Sales by Auction. FRIDAY, OCTOBKR 86 Important Bak of bborthoma, Of the j«*Uy-tanie>l Butterfly Ulood MESSRS. DALMAHOY CAMP DELL and Oo. have reoelvwl instruction* fecto Morton Brothers <u»d Leach. of Mount Dcnixant, to BELL bv PUBLIC AUCTION, through ih«ir mic ttotoeer, Ut'RirkV Iticaar. at nf»»n on Friday, 2Mb Oc ti)Nr, the day after the 1'ort Philip Show, Tbi following shorthorns, viz. 9 young hulls, mod of them from imported cow, and bx their Double-Butterfly bull, Royal But terfly'*} Vh flS-ibTX bred bv CoL Tuwucler. 16 cow and heifere, in calf to Royal Butterfly flib and Royal Butterfly 7th. Catalogues of pedigree* and full jurticulan *ill bo ■•ad; early in September, and may be had at the •flwaa, 47 Bowke-rtreet, or from the owner. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2L Important Sale of dairy cattle. M*CA1V and ANOTHER have La received iiBtructiona from Jolm Wedge, D*j, to BELL by AUCTION, at the Moruiogtou Farmer*' Sodety'e t»bo«-vank.Cnnboarne, on Friday, Ulat Uut., nt eleven o'...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRESWICK [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

CBE8WICK. A drive of thirteen mile* to the eastward of | Ballarat brings ns to Oraswick, onoe • Urge ; ■nd bottling gold-field, now a pleasant little township. Creawlck Isbollt ona. small flat,! sloping into a hollow, at the foot of • low, barren, quartzose range, from the rear of j which a massive mound, Sptiog-hUl, rises ( some 700 feet in height, its sides green with cultivation, its summit occasionally crested by a parting clood. On out way in we attain the brow of a steep broken spor, and before ns lies a town of some 700 house, presenting a mere substantial appearance than most gold field settlements, for a fair proportion of | brick and stone building* are scattered about Its tsaas of wooden tenements. A clean, oozy, compact place does Creswlck look; we conld add cheerful to the alliterative list were It not for the extant of melancholy i old workings with which the town is sur rounded. In all directions, overlying acres and acres, stretching back mile* and miles, mounds am c...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
QUEENSLAND. RIVERS AND HARBOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

QUEENSLAND. RIVERS AND HARBOURS. The following report on the riven and harbours of the colon}' has been presented to j Parliament by a select committee of the Legislative Assembly, and adopted by that House:— 1. Yoqt committee have deemed it neces sary, in connection with the subject of the harbours and rivers of this colony, to extend their examination, and to include within the scope of tbeir inquiry the question of the necessity for additional lighthouses on the coast of Australia, within the colony of J Queensland. 2. Much valuable evidence has been taken by your committee, and opinions have been elicited from the most experienced com mon dels in the coasting trade, as well as others, whose opinions are valuable. The { evidence of thoee witnesses which bears upon the subject is conclusive, that lighthouses j are required at four points ou the coast be tween oar southern boundary and Bocking ham Bay. 3. Cape Capricorn, on Curtis Island, is a point at which a lighthouse is require...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNTRY SKETCHES. THE DEVIL'S KITCHEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

COUNTRY SKETCHES. THE DEVIL'S KITCHEN. The Devil's Kitchen ti the not Inappro priate muse given to a wild romantic gorge situated eOnie half-dose® miles to the south ward of Bcarsdale. Lying away from the road. It attracted little attention until the Main Scared ale Lead mi traced pact if, when the Minora toon made its wonders known, but, at the came time,'" broke Its charm of solitude. The approaches to it are bad enough, In all consoienoe. The path is very like one which ltadeth to destruction, as the entranoe to Satanic dominions should be, tut as for Its being broad and pleasant, any traveller thereon will emphatically deny the statement. Still, as we proceed we peas through some beautiful country. The whole of the district is of basaltic formation, and wher. this 'is the case, the surface is gene-ally found well greased, and of a peciiarly park-like appearance. The oonc'jy hew ii no exception to the role. Pb-asant vistas of timbered hills and turfed -'.dee are beheld—the romhre...

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