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THE REVENUE OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 October 1867

THE KEVENUE ©P VICTORIA. The following is a comparative statement 'of the revonuos of Victoria, ,- received , into, the Treasury, Melbourne, during and on account of the quarters ending 30th September, 1866 and 1867, respectively: — ' o* fa Wh § »** glss' 'op.,.- a a . P§TO5 3rai. Heads of Kb- £$-§ 2tgS 8-3\s8-y S VENUD. -g S ?§ £ S g r S - J? ~ Ml III JiltjjlJ I.— Customs. :£ ?????' : je ?? £ £ Spirits ...:..?.....„... 111,247 284,808 123,081 ' Wine..;....;.. ? .... 8,648 9,447 89U .. Beer and Oider.\.... .8,340 8,010 ... 33c Tobacco and Snuff 30,335 84,220 3,891 Cigars........ ? ;... . 2,110 2,125 lfi Tea. ? 8,083 .12,640 ' 4,467 Sugar & Molasses. 14,600 10,865 2,304 Coffee, Ghicory.Co- ? , . , coa & Chocolate. 3,759 3,816 -0(1 ... Opium ? 4,783 5,148 414 Bice ? 2,020 ? 2,447 42i Hops ? 1,479 813 ' ... CC5 Malt............. ? 2,215 2,168 ... 67 Wharfage Bates... 24,081 19,347 ... 4,734 Export Duty 011 ' Gold- ? 20,422 9,641 , ... 10,880 All other Duties in- ' ' elu...

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HOMEWARD BOUND-LEAVING THE RAILWAY PIER SANDRIDGE.—SEE PAGE 3. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 October 1867

? H 0 H E W A R D B 0 UN D-L'B.A V I N G T H E R A I LW.A Y PIER S A N D R i' D G E.-s*k pagk 3.. ffr-T

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 October 1867

FURTHER ENLARGEMENT . . OF '« T H E LEADER.' .''.'? * . :» _' — — . Thk proprietors have much pleasure lu announcing ? that since Saturday, the Oth of July, T/ie Leader appoars in n new and enlarged form. The proprietors avail thomsolvoB of this oppor tunity, to thank subscribers to The Leader for tho „ vary encouraging snpport received from tho first Irsuo ?n the 5th of January now eleven years ago, up to the prosont time; nnd also to assure them that no effort or expanse will be spared to maintain and oxtond ? tha high position which the journal now occupies hi the popular estimation. . So unprecedented has been the success of The Ltadtr hitherto, that the chief difficulty of the pro prietors has been to keep pace with the rapid and steady increase of circulation. Now appliaueoa in troduced for printing tho' paper oxpoditiously, wero ? no sooner in use than they were found to t-3. inade quate to supply the domand. This difllculty, tha proprietors are happy to state, has now been s...

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MASSACRE AND CANNIBALISM AT [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 October 1867

MASSACRE AND CANNIBALISM AT /By1: tie'* iiogellan ';?pib'ai,:i'wMoh. arrived ?from.l?ifio* .XsWnclis, . ^''.S^ddo^'pn the 25th. uit.,: „ -the,., .melancholy ; intelligence .was re-~ ceivedj'of the vmnrder ? of - rone of' the WeBleyah' missionaries, .'the :Rev.'*Mr Baker,' together -with seven native teachars, ' by the savages of Tij i. The'foilowing* is ' a'eompleiSe narrative by a- correspondent r of the . Sydney Herald:-— i.-} . v j W-: -3;^C~:-^ ? ';. . ,' : .''.''' ? / The1 perpetrators of -the crime are the chiefs and people- of ,--? a : town called Ngangadetavatu j in the Nayosa District, as -nearly as possible in the centre of the island, and about three or four days' journey beyond the residences of the planters upon the RewaKiver. This Navosa tribe is one ;. about 'which little or nothing is known, it having no communication or political connection with the tribes on the coast. Since the war. of. last year, many thousands of people in the interior: of; Viti-levu, which is t...

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VICTORIAN GALLERY OF FINE ARTS. NEW PICTURES BY GOODALL AND WEBER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 October 1867

VI0TORIAN GALLERY OF FINE ARTS. NEW. PICTURES BT GOOD AIL AND WEB73B. The most reo'dnt additions to our Victorian Gallery of Art at the Publio Library are two oil paintings — one, a scriptural subjeot, ' Ra chel,' by F. Goodall, and the.' other, an Alpine scene, by Otto Weber, a con tinental artist of high repntation. ,. Mr Goodall's picture is' 'a ' replioate'. or copy by himself of one which he had previously paintid. The Jewish maiden is represented (in a three fourths figure) defending the steps of a well to draw water. She carries on her left shoulder a pitcher, supported above by her right hand, grasping it by the orifice, and below by her left placed beneath it and relieving her shoulder of a part of its load. The face is of the true Eastern type of beauty, and the outline of the figure is almost faultlessly drawn. In particular, the nicely moulded arms .will afford a model to our young artists for a'^very diffioult style ef drawing. As to color, tho painting affords one of t...

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THE MORAVIAN MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 October 1867

THE MORAVIAN MISSION. The i annual meeting of tiie friends of the Moravian' Mission to the aborigines ;' took :$aoe?at0^^e?£ Hiii|f, on'Sbi^uii. Si| l^l^^tawe^prosided^'-^riie'aii'endanpe was not large. Tiie'Rey. Mr Chase made a'stdte ? m«nt respecting ffieVork p'erforined by tiie mis sionaries. Tliere were,' he said, four fields of ' labor. The'fir^'to':wnicli h'e called attention . was the Goo'p'e'r!s'tJreek mi3siofl^'''\Tiie''- Jleys Waldu, Kiamor:;'\ ^eis'sel''iind- Kiih'ii fee. orginally destined ?-'f|Jtc'.this:'iBissionVr--:.- They . arrived in Melbourne in ttib' lat?f$ iijnd of lp$4'.' A severe drought rendered tlie imiiiediate'pro seoution of the work in the interior of the country an impossibility, but now, after three years, a point had been reached approximate to the locality first indicated.. Three -of -the ' Moravian, bre thren reached a point 180 miles 'northward through, settled districts: After a series of delays and drawbacks they reached Lake i, Hope on the 3rd Dec...

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

?MELBflgffiNE BOTANICAL GABBENS AnjjHgnfed on tne rising ground near the St. Kilda and Domain-roads, and gradually, slope; down towards the' river Yarra, whioh traverses the bntside boundary on the north-east portion of them. Dividing th». Yarra from the , Gar dens is a wide and imposing carriage drive, whioh at some future day, when completed, will form a high-road to tho suburban districts of South Yarra and Prahran. The; large orna mental lake represented in our engraving is one of the principal features ef the Gardens. It covers an area of fourteen acres, and is studded with' islands which have betn arti«tie»lljr planted with a great variety of treeg, including; the papyrus. plant of theanpients, the true bam boo, the tall Indian bamboo, and the South European bamboo, ? whioh also grow on the vbanks. At the eastern; 'portion of the' laka recent excavatiens have recovered a large tea tree swamp. This part has been phinted . with the Oallo Africanas, and voriotu kinda of fern tree...

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WOOL SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 October 1867

wool ships: The following are the vessels whioh have sailed with wool since our last summary : — 'Soiled. Ship. ' Destination. ' Bales. Oct. : 5 Line alnkhire London .--?! ..1147 Total for tho month ... ..1147 Previous shipments ? 74;093 Total for the year ? 76,210

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GOLD SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 October 1867

GOLD SHIPS. The following are tho gold ships whioh have sailed since our last summary : — . - . Sailed. Ship. Destination. Ounces. Sept. 28 Soolong- ... Point de Galle .. 34,377 Oot. 5 Lincolnshire London / . . ' 84,559 „ 5 Aldinga ...Adelaide .. 81 Total for the month .. ... 118,967 Previous shipments .. .. 1,303,434 . Total for tke year ? /. 1,422,401 ? Of this quantity 215,539 on is the -produce of New. Zealand.

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POST OFFICE NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 October 1867

POST OFFICE NOTICE. ' Tho Royal Mail steamship Avocawill , bo do spatohed, with the mails for Western Australia, Point de Galle, India, China and the East, -Aden, Mauritius, Reunion, Natal, Capo of Good Hopo, Suez, tho Moditerrannoan ports, Europe,, Ame rica, and the United Kingdom, r Tho timos ap pointed for dosing aro ? ''. .';, ? , For rogiBtpred.lettors, at six p.m., oh Satur day, tho 26th insti*. For newspapers (via Marseilles exooptod), lit six p.m., on Saturday, the 26tUin»t, J1- ?? For ofdinnry letters, at ton am., on Mon day, tho 2Sth inst. - , , For nowspapors, via Marseilles, at ten a.m., on Monday, the 23th inst. Late letters will be reoeived as undor, pro vided the postage and foe are fully prepaid by postage [stamps : — ? For Franoe or foreign countrios via France, at the General Post Office only, from* ten am, to half-past ten a.m., i3d ; from half past, ten a.m. to eleven a.m., 6d. Western Australia, Point, de i Gallo, India, China and tho East, Aden, Mauritius, Reun...

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

PASSENGERS SAILED SINCE THE DE PARTURE OF THE SEPTEMBER MAIL. . September 28.— The R.M.S.S. Geelong :— For Galle : Mr Rickets and child, Mr H. Smith, Mr Hplman, Rev. J. Gordon. For Calcutta,: ftfrG.W. Smith.' For, Sue/. : Colonel Newdegate and ser vant. For Marseilles : Mr J. A. Sauhders, Mr Purvis and Mr Viernbles; . - .'.. ... October 5.— Lincolnshire, for London: Mr and Mrs E. C. Hilton, -Mr. and Mrs Srarnmduke. ' R-Langdalo, 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'Cormaok and vchild, Madame. Cutolo, Mrs M. J. Hoqpor, MisaCath'e rino Rogers, Miss' Smith, Dootbr' Arthur Goul lett, Mr Francis A. Gibb, Mr R. Lowin, Mr P. H. Buesnel, Mr F. L. Clay. Mr G. P. Turnbull ;; and fifty-throo in the second and third cabins.

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ESTIMATES AND RECEIPTS FROM SPIRIT DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 October 1867

ESTIMATES AND.KEOEIPTS FE&M SPIBIT DUTIES. Return allowing the estimated revenue on spirits and tho actual collections under tliis bead in 18C7 (estimate of revenue from ?? Spirits,' £500,000) :— Annual receipts uudor thoi £ .' £ head of spirits, in 8 ' „-.„ months, January to Au- ' ? a^.duu gust ? J Estimated revenue daring ) 8 months, January, to - 333,334 August ? / . . J Actual' receipts daring! September, being natu ral consumption supple- t . . _J_ -_. mented by clearances ' ? ? ? ? Ji^uol in anticipation of altered Tariff) ? J Estimated revenue for) a-i rar September ? - 41'666 Totals, estimate and xe-\ „„.. nnn _„. _ .- ceipts respectively ...J ^B-000 534,940 Total receipts for nine months ? £584,940 Estimated revenue for do. ? 375,000 Balanc'o of receipts over estimate. . . . £159,940 Less estimated falling off in revenue ] , on account of spirits token out for I 100,000 remaining 3 months of the year. . J ? ' Presumed gain on original estimate* r,raoAi\ . . for 186...

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VESSELS SAILED WITH COLONIAL PRODUCE, &c., SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE SEPTEMBER MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 October 1867

VESSELS SAILED WITH COLONIAL PRO DUUE, &c, SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE SEPTEMBER MAIL'. .. September 28. — Geolong, for Poiat do Galle : 2 packages jewellery, 1 box ^aisihs, 1 cask cur rants, 2 hox'-is c'andjes,,,l| c?so cheese, 12 bag's sugar, 2 chests 1 hatf:chest tra_, 1 caRO coffee, 1 cate drapery, 1 case colonial wine, lease drugs, 11 packages specie containing 22,146 sovereigns, and 37 boxes containing 34,377 oz 14 dwt 6 gr of gold. .*'.;, ' October 4. — Hannah Nicholson, for Colombo : 10 qr-casks sherry, 1 carriage pole, 500 bags flour, 5131 bags bone dust. October 6. — Lincolnshire, for London : 1147 bales wool, 130 bales leather, 2 bales sheepskins,' 25 'bundles basils, 2 bundles glue pieces, 182 casks tallow, 9, casks blnok sand; 1227 bags .cop per ore, 1977 bags wheit,- 299 bhd, 11 q'larter cosks, 6 oases gum, 100 b^gs flour, 23 quarter casks 9 hhd. 8 ootaves brandy, 1 case wine, 2 cases saddlery, . 3 packages drapery and soft goods, 4 packages books and stationery...

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HOMEWARD BOUND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 October 1867

HOMEWARD BOUND. Our full page ' engraving this month represents tho departure of one of our 'Liners'.' from tho 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 Blaokwall, Blackball, and White Star lines, the Aberdeen clipper line, and Shaw, Lowther, Max well and Oo.'s line carry- on the : trade .all the year round , others only during the wool sea Bon. Their respective merits are freely disoussed by in tending passengers , but tho preference given to one over unother is decided chiefly by considerations - of personal:, convenience. Begulaily once a month a Blackwall liner takes its departure from our shores, and generally full berthed. The Lincolnshire, which is reprepresented m our engraving, cleared out on the 7th mst, with a miscellaneous cargo of colo nial produce, a shipment of gold nmontinjj to 8±,55S oz 16 dwt 14- gr, and a considerable number of cabin and steerage pass...

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ROYAL SOCIETY OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 October 1867

ROYAL' SOCIETY (JF yiCTORIA. The usual monthly meeting was; held ou 14th inst., at the Society's Hall ; the Presi dent in the ohair. . ? ; ' The Secretary laid on the table a report on the head-quarters of the .River Riikia,, with maps and illustrations, presen tod by the author, ; Julius Haast, of Canterbury, New - Zealand;: The hon'. Secretary brought, up the following communication from the Council, with a view to the report ef the papers read before the Royal Society, appearing in the public journals. The Council recommended that members would prepare n, digest of their papers i tb be liari'deVl to the rep'resphtatives of tlie press for publica tion. ?_.?-?-? ? ? '.; ... , \ ''..' ' . , . The. Council, bavirig decided uppnpresonting an addross from the Royal Society of Victoria to H.R.H. the D like of Edinburgh, ireiiuPst those; membprs_ twhp' are desirous of assisting in the presentation,.: itb commuiiicatewitli tlie hon. secretary as early.as possib.le.' rv -_-,*:;. m '.,..', ...

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

THE' SYDNEY, GLASSWOBKS; ;[rn0M THE SYDNEY EMPIRE.] The works are situated ' on the 'western side of Darling Harbor, a little, to the left'of Liver: pool-street east, and are approached by Dixson street west, and: thence by rt lano east— -perhaps Glass-lane — which is now -being kerbed ' and ballasted. ' .The area enclosed measures about, half an acre, 'and -is. open 'to, the harbor. . In' the centre of what maybe; termed the quadr rangle, the prinoipal building has been erected - of weatherboards', with zinc' roof. : Inside the' building, and in the centre, a large' furnace has been built of fire-bricks— the cave, through which passes a strong current of wind, being underneath. . The force of the air currant 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 oruoibles made from fireclay obtained from Dr. Mitchell's pro perty at Burwood, near Newcastle This clay is found ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 October 1867

TDIMMEL*S IHLANG-IHLAN&t.or Hie Flowa'rjof X\i Flowore, Jockey Club, Wood Violet, Tea Flowew, BIMMEI/S LAVKNDEB 'WATlSB66^ unoqualiea quality. UIMMEL'S GLYOEBINE, WINDSOB, HONET, and other Toilet Soups, highly beneficial to tho Bkin. EIMMEL'S EXTliAOT OF LIME JDIOE AND GLYOEKINE, tho Iiest preparation for the Hair. -BIMMEL'S EOSE.WATEB CBAOKEBS, SCENT 'WAI'OIIES, aud other aniUBlhg devices for Balls and' Parties. . . { : .( ; , ; »? BIMMEL'S DINNWB TABLE FODNTAIV, to re place tho Koso 'Water Salvor. Price, Silver-ulated, £1 10s: ''.-.?:? ?.-?.?, Sold by all Perfumery Dealors in tho world. BIMM1SL, Perfumer to H.B.H. the Princess of Wales, 9G Strand.; . 24 Cornhill ; 128 Bogent-stroot, London ; aud 17 Boulevard des ItaUens, Paris. 2124 BBANDEE'S FEBBY, Upper Yarra, between Prince's-bridjce and Botanical Gardens, halfa milo from Mcllourno. Pleasure Boats. -TTISITOBSTO MELBOUBNB. call at Branfler's . V- ..Forry. Good Wino, Fruit, Bofroshmeuts. Cool and ploasant shady bowerB. f/...

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

THE FCoODST' WebternPort.-— Bass River, 4tb October. — The ?weather, /which, has been very stormy for tlie 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 tlie 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 further. The river had not abated in its overflow; of waters, and after spending the day in the ' trial to pass, they wore obliged to return here again, merely to inform their' chums in uniting that they were not half so badly off as those on the ether 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 rthe bush would allow. 6th October.— Yesterday we were ' visited ?with heavy storms of rain and- bail; and this: river, as well ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 October 1867

: ' '., ^:t/^^'ryz\'^\: ? ? ' AUS^EALIAN AOT5NTS ?'.. '' ' [:Z'y-' ]'/'-''-'.'..'//.' ' ; '; : ^-:©iJ^Ojter /;aHOKTT:LE;W;aKTH: : .;xfel; GO. ,' : ??/ . - - / ? . '£.''-'?'. -.rSTAMPf!EN:D WOBKB,,,' LTNO.OLN.1 '.'.?',-'- TO those not-awara of the extent to which steam power has} already been applied for farm purposes, it may be interestingto learn that O. S. ' & Co. hare manufactured 'upwards of nine thousand steam engines, and nearly seven thousand eight hundred thrashing machines. ' * '.i *'? „' '. ' _ -. Scientific and mechanical skill' hitherto employed only in the manufacture of the higher and ''more com plicated classes of machinery, has been judicious!/ brought to bear with Immoneo advantage upon all 0 , S. & Go. b machines and engines, thus ensuring great accuraoy of fluiBh, without any additional cost to the pur chasers. | r? . ' -'' , *?'» . — ? - ' Simplicity of construction is a point of tho utmost importance, both in tho home and foreign trade, moro espe...

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BURGLARY IN ELIZABETH-STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 October 1867

BURGLARY IN ELIZABETH-STREET. A very daring and adrbit burglary 'was effected on the '4th m8t.!iinio' the ' \ya'fehprisp' of Bles'srs'Aiames and C?b., sil^ meroer.sV5il|za b'eth-Btreet. ' * The ; premise's ' ' adjoin Uio Aus tralian Alliance Assiu-anoG ppinpariyls pflice's on tho sbnt|i ^ide, ? dnjjl be|ow is a Htair casp 'jeadlng. to rooms'oii the first an;} second floors, odoupipd as pfflces' by spiioitors, arolii ioots, commission agents, &a. Tjio tcout of j,jio warehouse, facing lIElizab'oih-B(,reot, cpiisists of an ordinary windp^-frajijp, ex};eyua]Iy Bpouroij by close Bhutfera, v?lt|i 'a fjopr'af \\ia ujippr sido wbioji not only lcpfca, bj|ji for a-it(H'Joiihj Biifpiy }b 'j)j'byi(|od w{^ ' kaii b^ra 'n{; 'tjio ' \qp niiel jjpttom, Hylitpli or'o ' f'»s(pi|e4 with t»|o ojl ' pjiubjj's pafpnt li;i%«|^. To ofrop't Pft ?WH!rOf?lff % (f^^'MlW? beep W?$$L 2$ W VJtU flifflmjiiyVhwt there Would havebaejj'b'dnBWot-'abia Wslt of detention, T|»e thoi»ughfave is well lighted, and t...

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