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DE. HOPE AT BALL&RAT. (FROM THE BALLARAT STAR.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

DE. HOPE AT BALL&RAT. (FBOH TBI B11 J. A RAT STAB.) A meeting of dec tore for the Sonth-Western Piovinoe ma held on Monday evening at the Mechanics' Institute, Bsllarat, to hear the view of Dr. Hope, the former representative, and now one of the candidates for the repre sentation of the province In the Legislative Oouncil. Between 500 and 600 peooni were present. Mr. J. 8. Carver presided. - Dr. Hope stated that he hid to thank the elector* for the trust they had, eight yeate ago, repoeed in him, and he had that evening to return thelruet Into their hands, and again setk fo be honoured with a renewal of it. He referred to the drcuuutanoes which hal caused himfirat to come forward as a candi date, and he stated that he had faithfully attended to his duties during hie whole tenure of office. He was bat rarely or ever abeent from any important division in the Council, and in voting upon any question he always oontlderedhe aid so for the benefit of the many and the general good ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MR. BINDON AT CASTLEMAINTE. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

MR. BQTDON AT CX^LSMAkB. inwhia Montr ahiahdh mii_i appearedtip tbau ever. At that Umo toe g teat oonteulini partite for the Una were too agrlcultariita on the one hud tied the (quitter* on the other: but no*„ there were more classes interested 10 th« land ques loo. There wn not a person Id tint room or In the cslony— he dirt not o»re what hlsoccnpiUoo or em ploymt at might be -who wa< not a-present Intel rrt d in ehe land question, He Would abow them this beyond wdoobt. Tim were in the colony about SOOXDO inhabitants, who consumed yehily about 90,'030 toot of wheat 'Ihe whe>t-proddelng power of the c Aony fart Tear wn 80,000 tool, taring a deflc.t Of 60,000 lon(;ur, in other Word*, two loaves out or *vwy three tbit entered their houiei came fromCaliforniaor Valparaiso. hew »uM lib them, with a eoll and climate like our own, ought we to bs thai dependent on foreign ocuutrlee V. Tbia however, mi exictljr the r tuition in which tlwy were placed, and It waafor them to aay...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MK. G. V. SMITH AT CHILTEEX. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

MK. G. V. SMITH AT CHILTEEX. (reou TBI OYIKS ADVERTISER.) A public meeting was held at the Siar Hotel. Chiltern, on Saturday night, for the purpose of hearing the sentlmenta of Mr. G. V". Smith, a candidate for the representation of the Ore us. About 350 persons were pre Gcnt. Mr. Sunn spoke as follows Two years ago in adoreMlpg a public assembly I said that in the prejgnt age democracy was the innit^Uc infancy Wa state, and now, as the representative of tfadt principle, I come before you, and ask yon tosngtaln it I am told of a reaction in the pobUq mind consequent upon tlie last election. I am told that democracy is dead, that the coming election is to inaugu rate a oount-erfeit aristocracy In its place, and 1 am prewained that to fight under the discarded banner, is to face predoomed defeat. It may be bo. Let the polling day decide between reasonable realities and impossible Impostures. I, at all events, have lest no failh in a democracy, which has done so much while yet in its c...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MB. GEORGE SMYTH AT CASTLEMAINE. (FROM THE MOUNT ALEXANDER HAIL) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

MB. GEORGE SMYTH AT CASTLE MAINE. (fboh the hocnt alexander hail.) Mr. George Smi th, a representative of the Castlemaine district in the late Legislative Assembly, and one of the candidates for the next election, addressed a large meeting of electors In the Theatre Royal. Castlemaine, on Friday evening. Alter some allusions to local matters, Mr. Shttb observed that the charge bad been made against him, perhaps not unnaturally, that he did not addrees the House frequently enough. They most r< member that when he took Lis stat he was not au experienced legis lator, and was not sufficiently conversant with every topic that came befcre him: but whenever his ideas or the knowledge he pos sessed could be of use or influence, he never failed to impart it. There were maDy prosy Breakers in the*,House of Assembly, who were in (be babit of repeating the ideas of others on every subject ad niuitam, and spoiling them in the repetition : but he did not wish to imitate such examples. ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MR.JOHN LOWE AT BALLARAT. (FROM THE BALLARAT STAR.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 8 October 1864

JIB. JOHN LOWE AT BALLAKAT. (rfiom tbi ballaut hub.) A public meeting of elector* was held on Friday evening, et the Mmhanloi' Institute, Ballarat, to bear the views of Mr. Lowe, one of the candidate! for the repneentation of the Sonth-Wetfera Province In the Legisla tive Council. Between 600 and 100 pex*ona being present. The Mayor of Ballarat (Mr. Dnanefoccopled the obatr. Mr, Lowa (aid he waa in favour of candi date* of libeial opinion* bring aeatod in the Upper House. Were such the case, a liberal Land Bill might then be expected to be paietd. Such a meuure he would support, ae he believed that the eettlemest of this people on the lands ae soon as poaeible was of the Sreatett importanoe. and whether intro uced by the present or any other Go vernment, be would eupport such a measure. When he issued his address to the electors, the vitwi of the Government were not en tirely understood with respect to the '»»"* question, but he might noweay, sfnoo hearing Mr. Grant's opinions there...

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

MR. OER AT WAXGARATTA. cfeou the ovesi- advef.TIfiER,) Mi. John Uir, who of.crs UiiaBeu to the Murray district for re-election, held a meet ing et the Council Club Hotel, IVangaratta, on Monday evening. In the coarse u, his remarks, Mr, U.rr said he did not cone ti with the remark of Sir Francis Hnrpby, that there would be no satisfactory settlement ot the question nntil the last acre of land in the colony was sold. Owing to the various conflicting interests, he thought any settlement must necessarily be a ccmpromise. At the last election he went in as an avowed supporter of the Heales Ministry. Be fancied (he members of that Ministry bad the interests of the conmry at heart. Some of them were doubt less men of integrity and worth. Be had supported that Ministry in the system of occupation licences. He thought they were at xions to promote the general good; he afterwards discovered that the majority of tLat Ministry did ut t care a fig whether the land question was settled satisfact...

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

ADVERTISEMENTS. TO ADVERTISERS. [Tbo odrcrtiscmente that are inserted in lliis part of the paper oppear only in our Town Edition.] Aumscineuts. OYAL HAYMAKKET THEATUK. Soli' Lessee, Mr. W. Jltwluii*. Stage Manager, Mr. 11. Edward*. The T K N T U W K i: K Ami CONTINUED SUCCESS4 Of the DistinpaMie-l Favourite fL A 1> V 1) 0 N, Who »iil appear THIS i: v !•: K I N G, Ami every evening until further notice, A* A l< A D D I N, Or the W O XDERH'L S C A M P. In Hwvu'b great Burlesque of that title. Supported by the entire company. Press vhvle, 6?.; stall*, 3a.; Imtxqa, 'J*.; pit, la. T Ii E A T E E It 0 Y A L. Sole Lessee and Manager, Barry Sullivan. THIS EVENING And Every Evening until Further Kotioe. ' Second Week of the TRIUMPHANT SUCCESS Of the Celebrated Nautical Drama, By Edward Fitzball, Esq., Entitled he r i l o BARRY SULLIVAN Will appear a£ LONG TOM COFFIN. Mr. GEO. LEOPOLD Will dance liis celebrated HORNPIPE Every Evening. The Magnificent New Scenery by Mr. J N O. HE...

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

BIRTHS. Ada*.—On the 10th ulL, at Lexlon lluio, Ml*. Adam ol * daughter. f Amtn.-On the Ird lust, »l her inMew, Bnie aick, ltrx Heniy Andrew* ct o eon. Brwr.—On the Uth ulL, nt St. Kllda, the vtfe of B. F. Bunny. Esq.. of o eon. Cunu.-On the Uth nit, nt Bnugor, Ml*. Colin COnjpbeli of • daughter. Oo«*!t.—On the lit In it., at the Qaeaa'a Armde, Lonadaketieet, Mi*. Laurenoa Cohen of a daughter. Cuwrior.—On the Uth nit, at Mount Ida, Kew Zea land. In. Perry E. Champion of a ton. Fauaa.—On the 1Mb nit., at •snnatra^ Bieh inoud, Mi*. H. J. tanner of aeon. Giles. —On the 29th nit., at 109 Victoria parade, Ml*. Edward Oilei of a daughter. Gaaio—On the 17th nit., at Rooklay, QydiieA Creek road, the wile of Wlllhw John Greig of a son. ( ■ " OneoK.—On the Mh uih.M Pert strut, Emenld- ! hill, Mrs. John QioaonfSf a daughter. Goedo*.—On thef«th alt, Mr*. John Oaten, of ! Violet Buji, fcoAford, of a aou, aUUbor*. Hacaarr.—On the ISth nit," at Victoriaonttoge, Ariylwtreet, Fltaroy, the wito of Jo...

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

THE AUSTRALASIAN.—ADVERTISEMENTS for I the Country Edition of THE AUSTRALASIAN to I be sent in not later than We luatday evening. For the Town Edtttoo, Advertisements will be received till | NOTICE. Theaubecripticm to The Australasian is 6?. Gd. per quarter, or, including postage, 7a. G J. per quarter; in each case payable in adduce. Single copies, 6d. each.

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

HATHAB&ET THEATRE. Tbe Gum of Speculation; and Aladdin, or the Wonderful Scaup. Commence at 7 *W.

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

THUTBE ROYAL

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE PERILS OF RAILWAY TRAVELLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

THE PERILS OF RAILWAY TRAVEL LING. Qoaeupon the heels of theiiackneyatro city, and the two railway outrages on lam.u. has come another fearful illnstrstlra of the peril* of railway travelling under the exist ing system of pseeenger helplessness. This fash cue occurred on ibe Great Northern line, In tho ususl night train to Edinburgh. About three week* ago, firs persons left Sing's Qroaa Station in one compartment of one of the csrriagos. Jnet a> tire train Ma starting, the gnsrd (agalnct their wish) thmt in a aixth passenger—a tall, strongly-built man, d raced as a tail a; and bating a wild and haggard look. The lmpra eion he made on hi* feriow-pissengew, at lint gUnoF, was that be vac intoxicated; bat before Jang, they had painful reason to betters tint he was suffering from detiriwx trtnmi. Tbe train had hardly got upon lte way when be started op declared be had been robbed, and began to rush about tho carriage, altering the meet frightful shrieks ana imprecations. For a time, ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WATERLOO-BRIDGE MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

TflJE WATERLOO-ESIPGE HYSTEBT. Writing of horrors, lam reminded that a solution has been offered of the "Waterioo bridge Mystery," There are probably for readers of The Argvt who will not remember the diicorery aome yean ago of the muti lated remain* of a human being, pecked away in a carpet bag, which lodged on the foot of one of the parapet* of Waterloo-bridge. The excitement at the time was tremendoni; ail aorta of conjectures to explain the circum stance were hazarded— that of the police authorities being to the effort that the re mains were those ef a patient who had breo dissected by some medical student, and which, when done with,'instead of being de cently bailed, were intended to be lowered Into the Thames. After all this lapse of time, there seems a chanoe of the mystery being cleared up; and aa the light comes from the neighbouring colony of Tasmania, I would call attention to the subject. The me dium through which the alleged explanation xeaches the British jmhlic is Mr....

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET IN ENGLAND. (FROM BELL'S LIFE IN LONDON, AUG.27.) ENGLAND v. THE COUNTY OF [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

ORIOKET IN ENGLAND. (cboh Bin's ma at taiDot, txsa. 2Z.) Ekoulmd v. Th* Oodktt or 8us»*r. Acoimr IB.—This annual match tm com menced at the Oral on Monday last, and was attended far more nnmerotuly then on former occasions, The ground wm in mag nificent order, and the umpires, Geo. Lee and Daniel Day, haying aeleoted the wickets, play was announced. Mr. S. M. Graoe and Brampton were the first to make their ap pearance at the wickets. During the latter part of the day Diem were something like 6,000 persons tn the ting, and the pavilion full of the supporters of ths dub. 'Shortly after twelve o'dock, the bsll was sent rolling j by Griffith (fast) and Shepherd, and when the j players had caused a total of 24 to be tele graphed Biampton'e wloket fell to the former. He made a good drive from Shepherd for four 4n hie twelve. Iddlaon followed, and when 65 runs had been scored, ho war bowled the first ball by Humphrey, who had been put on at Shepherd's end £. Daft, for- ) tunstely for Surre...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LONDON LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

LONDON LETTERS. The following ore extracts from the letters of the London correspondent of The Argue LONDON, Aco. 26. THE BAILWAT-CABBIAOR MUBDEK. Among such exceptional crimes may be mentioned the mntder of Mr. Briggs, on the North London Railway, particalani of which were forwarded by the last mail. No fresh disclosures of Importance hare been made. An adjourned inquest was held on the 8th inst., when several witnesses with whom Molier had been in company at frequent in tervals jost previous to his departure from 1 England, were examined respecting his movements, and the disposal of the plunder stolen from the mnrdered man. Two of the women, one of them being Mailer's landlady, fenced and equivocated a great deal, as though resolred not to give any information calen lated to implicate the accused. The evidence, tlthough purely cUcumsCintial, seems to most minds conclusive as to his guilt: but as there are some few points in favour of his possible innocence, we may expect the most ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FARM & GARDEN. USEFUL NOTES ON SOILS No.II. (Continued from the Yeoman of April 28.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

THE FARM & GARDEN, D8KFUl> KOTBH OK SOB& Ko. U. ( Cotitiaiud from tie }'ionum cf April 88.) Comparing Inferior with fertile soil* mny indicate (be method of improving them. If ■ barren soil (* foond to abound in (be aalt* of Iron or injurious add*, en epplioeHoo of quick-lime would ho beneficial. BomeUmee then i( to he foond en axoeae of caloeteooi metier in toil* of good cppearanoe; such eoili may he improved by droaring* of Mad and clay. Sandy toil* are greatly benefitted by audi matter* a* clay, mail, or vegetable earth. It to fonnd that the beat aatual' toll* bare been derired from dUEaaat atraU, in a atataof minute diritloa, and Intimately blended together. Whan the tartbe requited by any particu lar plant bare been exfaanriad by Mutant repetition* of (ha aame kinds of crop*, the continned cultivation of such mop most reanlt In failure; toll), another crop inquiring' otber-Mutitnante may be auoeemfally grown on the same toil. Pl*nt* that aboond in poleab, eoc...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE COCA ERYTHROXYLON. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

THE COCA ERYTHROXSXON. The following letter appears in the South AtuiotMem Xtyirtrr .— Sir,—At from lime to time exploring parties —whether sent out by the Government of this or any of the neighbouring colonic*, or formed by prcvale enterprise—will be liable to h»r sfiine similar to those encountered by Burk end other*, may I oall your attention to a j raluable plant, the Ooce crythroxylon, the leave* of which are much used during long journey* among Hie arid regions of the Peru vian and Bolirian Andes by muleteers, post runners, persons going from Oobjjt to Potosi across the Dceeri of Atacama, which it desti tute of water, and other*, someofwhom merely chew it for its agreeable sedative properties, which I have personally tested. The shrub it peculiar to the western slopes of the Andes of Bolivia and Peru, and I believe the plant bat never been successfully introduced into Braid, ! tbougb many attempts have been made. The vitality of the plant is probably destroyed in bringing it o...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BEES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

TO TUB EDITOR OP THE irBTRUASUK. Sir,—As Mr. Edward Wilson wishes to know if toy apiarian with the common bee has had swarms thus early, 1 can inform him I had two monster swarms on the 9th inst., and will hare two more to-morrow, and I heard of a neighbour of mine that had two 1 this day; also, I bad last year three swarms between the 2nd of October and the 7th from the common bee. I should like much to hare a hive of the Ligurian bet, but was told that the price waa £10, and that is more than I ahould j like to give, as I haTe been very successful with ' I he common bee. Your*, &C-, D. WFABLAKE. Siondvouse, Buinghup, October 6. Sir,—In your last issue I observe a letter from Mr. Edward Wilson, inviting information on (lie question of bees, staling that his ligu risn bees sent off tlieir first swarm on the 29th ult. My old stock consisted of two hires of ths j common bee—Apis mollifies On referring to my diary, I find that one hire sent off its first swarm on the 20th ult.—...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DIRECTIONS TO PEOPLE LOST IN THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

Dibectiom to peoria Lost ik ins Bcsh. {By Gideon 8. L^ng, Keq.) 1. Ab soon u you discover yourself astray, tit down and quiHly consider what course you should take, and do not be flurried. When you hare made up your mind, go straight •-head, and never change your course on any sudden impulse, but only after sitting down and considering carefully your position. 2- When you find yourself utterly lost, stop at once, and rait for your friends to find you. If you cannot do that, 3. Kercr leave a road once you hare come upon it; it must lead somewhere. 4. If you come upon a feuoe, stick to it j it must lead to a gate and a road. 6. Find a watcrooune and follow it down, not in the channel, but in eight, cutting off | the bendsj it must lead to open country. 6. Always at abort interval# cast your eyes upon the ground and around you, taking care not to change your course.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DIRECTIONS TO PEOPLE LOST IN THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

DIBECTIOSS TO PEOTLE LOST IN TILE BUSH. Bt Gidios S. Laso, Esq. The following direction* are so simple tliat it will appear impossible that people when lost f n be so stupid as to require them, yet almost all the terrible suffering and deaths which we eo constantly hear of arise from people not acting as here directed. Almost every one reading these directions will do so as a matter j of curiosity, without any idea of ever being lost, and I hare, therefore, given cases in point, likely tomakeanimprea£ion,aadwhich,whontbetime | comes, may bring the directions tothememory. I. As soon as you discover yourself astray, sit down and quietly consider what coarse you should tike. If people would do this at once, they would generally recover themselves, in* stead of this they walk about till they are completely confused. If there is plenty of water there is no occasion for alarm, as there is at least rix days' life to find themselves, and after the first day the pain of starvation ceases. Th...

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