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SUPREME COURT, AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 October 1867

SUPREME COURT, AXIO KLAND, NEW ZEALAND. Of the public buildings in Auckland to bo erected under the Public Buildings Commission, ap pointed for that purpose by, the General Government of New Zea land, the Supreme Court, and Post office and Custom House, are, now fast; progressing. The Supreme Court, the subject of our illustra tion, is in a forward state. The building is situated on a reserve hi. front. 'of the old House of Represen tatives, and forms a conspicuous ob ject on entering tho Bay. The prin cipal front faces Waterloo Crescent, and the ? Government House is formed by an arcade of three pointed arches, springing from clustered Bhufts, whioh forms the main ^en trance, over which will be a law l'brary, a handsome room, 45 ft. . by 27 ft. ; entered from the arcade .below- by a spiral; staircase termina ting in an octagon turret. Above the outrance and library will riso a tower, '64 ft. high, surmounted with a bradru roof with_doruiers. , - The principal entrance leads to a ve...

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USING-UP THE ABORIGINES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 October 1867

'' U$ING-UP THE ABORIGINESr Wo have i Teceiyed tlio ';'£ blip wing from, tlie, Qentip.iMoa.Ti for the' Protection of 'the'Abo; ripie!s:^!ar':Vi- v^- ^}':A} 'v X'^ W^ . The Central Board;; appointed to watch over {he. interests; of Jthe aborig^e's have' nod tinder their?. co1isJderSUpn;a';^5he^ gate'd;^'?for:';tHrding;'{tpr:pr6fita^ th'ese ' opio|iiie^anii;inl.£uKJp&:'' by' eajjer': specu lators Iheslclll^luch^'the'ab'originfisf^ ori'clcet''an'd 'otner'vgdm/es';1:^^1 Jif^y ii&ye^der oided' tp^reventi ^ :if5:p:pssibi4V:ti[ie remo'vai''bf ; |He:iabprigines;' 'Respecting- the results of these schemes, one of the honorary correspon dents, in a report which was laid before the board at the last meeting, writes thus :-rr ?' I deefii it7myiduty-, as- an honorary- corre- spondent of the Central Board for the.Protec tion of the Aborigines, .and also as a medical man well, acquainted with' the constitutional ' coriditiori of these bldckfellows, toprotest: em phatically against ...

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

THE BLACK CRICKETERS. [MOM THE WAnONAMBOOL EXAMINER, OCTOBER 1.1 The effort made to secure the services of Mr Charles LSwrenoe, one ef the original Ail Engidnd Eleyenj to captaiu the teainV has been successful, and ho left 'Sydney for'iLaSe Wai; lace (in Tictona)* ? in Jnly lost. The care taken of tie' black a by him' when they were under liia hosteh-y at Manly Beach, created a favorable impression on the minds of the aborigines; .'and t^sugji several fresh men' are now introduced, Mr Lawrence has them ail under perfect control, dnil with tlie aid of Mr W. R. Httjman, ? who pfooeeds to England to; assist in all matters connected with , tho affair, they appear like a happy ; travelling family. The high' character iborne by Me Lawrence, not only 'as ''a ? good ''orioketer,; but in his social capacity, ' is a sufficient guarantee ?that his charges' will be woli oared 'for.; and. as; he has determined to return :.t6- the celonies himself, in company with Mr Haymaif, he will jjiingbdoK o...

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ANOTHER LOST CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 October 1867

ANOTHER LOST CHILD From the Star we have an exiting story about another lost child. A little girl, the   daughter of a laborer close by Buninyong, named McIntosh, strayed away from her home on the 13th inst., and was lost in the bush. She was seen, early in the afternoon by some   men near the Green-hills, in the direction of the Durham, but they seem to have taken no immediate notice of the fact, and did not report it till about, six o'clock in the evening, when     the news of the loss of the child had got about. As soon as the fact had been dis- covered all the township turned out, not ex- cepting his Honor .Judge Rogers, Mr Warden Sherard, and all the local notabilities, but after searching through the bush till after mid-   night, no trace of the little wanderer had been found. In the morning of Monday, early the     search was resumed and alongside one of the fences in the direction of D...

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THE LIMESTONE CAVES, WELLINGTON VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 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 Professor 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 extinot, ns in the existing quadrupeds of Aus tralia. Besides the great accession of suoh evidence as would accrue to the Museum of Sydney from such exploration, most instructive evidence may be expected bearing on the anti quity and origin of the aborginal races of Aus tralia...

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THE CONGREGATIONAL UNION AND MISSION OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 October 1867

THE CONGREGATIONAL UNION AND MISSION The annual meeting of the General Council of the Congregational Union and Mission of Victoria was held, 15th inst., in the new Inde-   pendent Church, Collins-street east, the Rev. J. C. McMichael in the chair. The meeting consisted of the pastors and delegates of the associated churches, and all special members.   The proceedings were opened with prayer,   after which an address was delivered by the   chairman. The minutes of the last annual meeting were then read and confirmed. The report of the executive committee set forth that during the previous eighteen months twenty-four meetings of the committee, in cluding three special ones, were held. Of ministers, three deaths, three departures, one removal, and five resignations had taken place;   eight churches were supplied with pastors,     four opened and two enlarged. Reports from the various country cong...

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

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS.     BIRTHS. BAYNE.-On the 10th inst., at Monanvert House,     Sandhurst, the wife of Mr Alexander Bayne, of a daughter.   BARKER.-On the 15th inst., at Carlton, wife of Wm.   George Barker, of a daughter. 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. DOUGLAS.-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 &am...

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

THE LOST CHILDREN OF DAYLESFORD.     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 McKay, 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 tho b...

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

THE MONTH. Instead of getting out of the crisis, we seem to be plunging more deeply into it. The oppor tunity has been afforded ' for terminating tho strag gle between the ? two ? Houses without com- ? promising the rights of either, and it was thought that the Council would have had the discretion to avail itself of such a favorable chance ; but the. Council still abides by its nonpossuv'ms ; and. what is to ' be result, no one can foresee. In order that the immediate point in dispute— tbe Darling grant— might no longer be represented as a matter of ' the As sembly's ' dictation, the Governor took the whole responsibility on himself. ' He sent 'separate mos 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 lie had been '. . ' informed . by the ; Seoretary of State that Sir Charles' Darling, in concluding a lengthened corr...

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BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 November 1867

BA^'\ or NEW SOUTH WALES. ^j-u. tr'-1^ Obe Bulntanco of tho repot \Sf^i^( ^ _/ 'iilu. halfycailj genon* '* \ i - *(t» , V\'r%l at tho clu - ^ , JC ^ ' ^ -^ i - \^ joth d.o « ? r i.^ a- v^-1*' '^ /'/ I'loasnij to pko ? 'lr -?. r J *'' ' -,V 'lutCUlftWt Of til y.A ^ x '. - ' b'mk OI1 *V 30t i ^T c i ' *-'i' ll n «1 oonfirdyitoi k Jf ' ? *' Oi li-ndmo tho mnvU - j ., i» , Jj 1 us Dint hua^tli-TAc * , i1- s,^,. of (I c colouici,--and m „ 1 * '^T4 ^» 'i^'e 'O-U J itlOllB, the dl t- J ^ '*' r ^iv J lVoitli siti^fuotoiy iho^ic) , .,, ,' jv^ bt ^s of tin) institution 'in ?JKi , * Ur t'i- huif ?- a , ufL--r dtdutlin ^^?- v^' our cut b Us mtULst «n dt posit 3jvjjt 'i1 „?»» foi bid nn« oul/iLul debts luau-mr } rl' * THI Of 1- IUI Jill tllMl , !H)d p!ljin^ll\ ^ vtr- circulation mum - i j C3(. 875 ? , ^a ' ! ' hicIi 1 1 to l»- udded unaividcd talii iocj no 1 ' '* ^1 ^r 4.11)6) 2 Id, Oi\injfor dislub ? 1 .k- '-* w '^ 1 Jd which Iho dnccton lvom ' ^ n '^ * ^ * ipiopuntcd is foil j s - — 1 !.'«,}?*...

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

'TJIMMEL'S IHLANG-IHLANG, or .the Flower of '!j\) Flowers, Jockoy Club, Wood Violot.Tea FJowers,' ~ ' /jS&L *fiS^^?^iLrtb\ ^^5jk. ^^^ other delicious ? . BIMMEL S LAVENDER WATEB of unoquallod a'aU:UMEL'S GLYOEEIME, WINDSOE, HONEY', :and other Toilet Soaps, highly bonoflcial to Ilio skin. ?-? BIMMEL'S : EXTltAGT OF LIM13 J DICE AND : GLYCERINE, the bOBt preparation for tho Hair. ? V; -BIMMEL'S EOSE WATEB OBAOKEBS, SOENT WATCHES, and othor amusing dovicos for Balls and Parties.'. I: BIMMEL'S DINN'iSR TABLE FOUNTAIN, to ro , place the Hose Water Salvor. Prico, Silvor-platod, £1103. , ?-?'- Sold by all Porfumbry Dealers in tho world. HIMMEL, Perfumer to H.B.H. tho Princess of Walos, ?' 80 Strand;- 24 Comhill; 128 Begont-strtot;Xondon ; . '?_?;?: and 17 Boulevard doB Italions, Paris. 2124 BBANDEB'S' I FEttBY, . Upper Yarra, bo'twoon' Princo's-brldgo and Botanical Gardens, halfa mile from Melbourne. Pleasure Boats. ' , --VTI8IT0BS TO ' MELBOUBNE, call at Branflor's '-yr'~pTrerryi ...

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

' I never played on a bettor table in my life.' — John Bobeiits, Champion Billiard Player of the World. First Match played in Victoria. — Vide ' Argus,' Aug. 80. A L 0 O C K AND 00., BILLIARD TABLE MANUFACTURERS, i HJ?J APPOINTMENT TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVEHNOB, , BHO^ J^DOMS, 0,5 LITTLE BOUBKE STREET EAST J - * JWANtfFAGTORY, J82 and 184 RU0SELIi 0UBEET. -l Horabowi Bhitttoe, BlWwrd Olotb, BeMa, Oae»r Tips, and every requisite for tlio Billiard 'Room. BoiyUng Green nnd Alloy Balls, Croquet, Aro, 12 J628

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SHIPPING HORSES FOR INDIA AT SANDRIDGE PIER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 November 1867

SHIPPING L''-B»BSBS ~T'bB~'INi-iar AT ? W'' ?'?*?'' SANDBIDGE PIEB. :i ;; TJheBOene illustrated on page. 4 is r one of very fre-juent occurrence daring early summer at one or otther of the piers in Hobson's Bay. The export of horses to India promises to crow into an important branch of commerce, the requirements of Bengal and the other Indian presidencies absorbing rapidly all the stock which is being forwarded in increasing proportions year by year. It is found that Australian bred .horses are for , many purposes superior, to the ordinary Arabs offered in the' bazaars. The class most in demand frem this side' are good, sound hacks, suitable either for town' work or for military service, and well matched carriage pairs. As the proper season for shipping is now well understood, and suitable vessels are forthcoming, losses by death on. the voyage are of. much. less frequent occurrence than formerly. A' good,' well-' ventilated ship carries usually ,one horse; to: every' ten tons of he...

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

' . j, 3!(}S}0W4rt';«iiu'1A'J .Tbo Roya) ftrallstoaroshlpaomlWWJl^V^e11^ llQint Aq UttUo, India, (JkM (Wi4 Uw- MM, tffffliU 'Mauritius, Reunion, Natal, Cape of Good Hope, , Suez, the Modifcerranuean ports, Europe, rAme rica, and the United Kingdom. . The times: ap pointed for olosieg are — ?&''?»;? . . for registered letters, at six p.m., on 'Wed-. ne3day, the 27th inst. ' ?V;^?.;' For newspapers (via Marseilles exoepted),' ait., six p.m., on Wednesday, the 27th inst. ? ??i:.';.r' For ordinary letters, at ten a.m., on Thurs . day, the 28th inst. ' --. ??? r:: ..;.'' For newspapers, via Marseilles, at ten a.m., on Thursday, the 28th inst. '-. -- :?--;-' ' . ? Late letters -will bo received as .under, pro vided tho postage and' foe , are fvillyvf prepaid ? by postage stamps : — ' ''' ?''; -.'?'? ^^^'?i^V'Sf-v:.' For France or foreign oountries-.yia'.'FranoeV'1, at the General Post ' Offioe- only, ' frpin; ? ten a.m. to half-past ten-a.m.-, 3d jv from., half-:1 past ton a.m. to...

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

wobii, ships; , The following aro the vessels which havo sailed with wool siuoe our last summary : — Sailed. Ship, ' Destination. Balos. Nov. 1 Kosoiusko . . London . . 4500 „ lJYprkshiro ,. Londoji ., 1444 ,, KHarahGrico,, London ,, 3045 „ ]tl Australian . London ,, , 4015 „ 10 J. M.Joshua London ,, \-\.;i7^i 1 Total for tho month ? -'Wjfil- ' Pi-oWous sliipniojita ? t 7^87.9,',' ToUJf.?rtl)9y.oftv ,, ?. ,„ ,.~p5fiM'

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

uoiii) aniPs. The following are tho gold ships whioh havo ,. ? sailed since; our last summary. :—:-? -v ,.^.::. .;;;;? Sailed. Sbh- ' Destination. . OuriceS.', Oof,. i8Avoa ... Point de Galled; ' ;fi3j0Q0 - Nov. 1 Kosoiusko ... London ??.'. -IO.5O8 l ,, 11 Yorkshire . . London '' ..-?.. C975 „ 14 City.of Melp. Syduoy. -.-, . . .-7854' „ 15 Borah Gnco.; London: ?:?.: w8667 ;'??-? :,; 10 Australianv Londbh' - -'-I. , 26,a40 ? „ 16 J. iVl'. Joshua JJdnapii .!'-\;-?\ ,V,.^,!5.39P'_ ' i To'aVfbr thkmorithV ' ; ,'^V ; . ;. s' 142,520 ' : Pi-evibus shipments ... ..1,464^902 ? -Total for the, year Wi-'; ;.; .. lybSjASl . i Of this fljd ' tn'Lity 256,920 oz is the p'rodubb : of , New Zealand. ;._i;;/.^;C;v7n i '..-:.,...? ?? ' '--??

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TIM WHIFFLER, THE WINNER OF THE MELBOURNE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 November 1867

TIM WHIFFLER, THE WINNER OF' THE MELBOURNE CUP. Tim Whiffler is 3 years old, by New Warrior (imported), by Langar, out of Miss Langor, his dam, Cinderella, by St. John, and was bred by Messrs Roberts and Hassel, of New South Wales. He is a bright bay horse, with black points, and stands about fifteen hands three inches in height. Ho hasaplam, yet intelligent, head, and a very expressive eye, long rein, rather thiok shoulders, well thrown back, and of moderate depth ; a good girth, a very good body, back ribs standing well' out, but singularly dropping suddenly away from the baok-bone ; ho is high in the rump, and his height in this respect takes from his length from the hip to the butt of the tail, which is set on rather low ; he has long sweeping quarters, powerful arms, muscular thighs, good bocks and knees, plenty of bone, flat clean legs, and medium sized feet. He is very, well coupled, and denotes great power all over, without heaviness. He has a very kind and docile temper, an...

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

J-rtatO-i imd rubllBheil by Liif r/i » iiad i-A-t5l ; .''T/fftfKB, Frot-riotora of tho Aji Ktwii)»«i)P wicy; 1 .' Oenaroi Printing Otuco, LllJtrtWUi aireet, JUlfiji , , ;-Ottni«,Viftori», .'?? ^\ * S ? : ; ''!. \. -'.-I-. - . - .. *. ii 5 \

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VICTORIA ICE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 November 1867

viOTORIA1 ICE COMPANY. The half-yearly meeting of this boinpany was held at ihe works, Franldin-street,0HV5th inst. ; 3VIr Straclidn (of the,,,firm. of ,Sinith^ Strachan and Co.), in the chair. The half- . yearly balance sheet was ; submitted andi .' adopted.; It .was, stated that the additional.:; works which had been undertaken -were ro- ? quired to prevent the possibility of a break down during ; thb'-most 'notivo portion of the . soasoii, aud would be found to be money wellia vested. There boing a vaoaucy. in- the, djrecr ,, r torato, by the ^resignation of Mr Lang, ,Mr j... ; : F. M'Guiro%.was elected thereto, and the pro- \. coedings closed. ...'.. . ? . . ? ;? ' -, ' ; ; The- following is the balance sheet :—- '; ' ''' ''.'?' ' PROFIT AKD LOSS.' ? ; : .,*.. jl -i : Dr.-- ' ??'?' ???-;-??? '-'.- '?': .--:?'. ;-' .;v; ??-'??????- 'To balanooatOr. Sl.stUJtroh, 1867.; ?f'',;:i£li0S 12 --'-i'- ?'?'? Divltlond oul7 paid-up Bhnro3hnld by ?;; . '? ? 1 i ? Company, at lS-'-'-pey cent....

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WHAT FARMERS WILL HAVE TO DO TO "MEET THE TIMES." [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 November 1867

WHAT PARSERS WILL HAVE TO DO TO ' MEET THE TIMES.' [FflOSI TnB LEADER, NOVEMBER 9.1 The changes in Victorian inattois agricul tural that ha\e beeu bionght about by the operation of, the Land Act eaunot fail to raise iu any intelligent mind the question — What is to be done? Soaicity and high pi ices canan futnie only occur undor vciy exceptional cir cuinstanoes ; the converse will bo tho 1 ule, aid an uncomfortable mle it will be 'for those « 'o fail to recognise the imperative need of adjuit ing farm piaotice to the now condition -f things. Horace Grieoloy recently said, in nl dressing a body of American farmers (tlie Brookport Union Agiioaltaral Society), ' Far mers are too supeistitious ; they stand too la ig by old forms after tho spuit that animat d them and the necessity for thou existence j is ceased.' Theio aio a gieat many practi sb among faiiner3 which thoy have nihouted fr m their fathers — piactices for which thoro us id to be laasons thatiio v no longer exist.' Ais tral...

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