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THEATRES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 December 1890

W&M3MM The most interesting event of the month has been the production of The English Rose, the Australian rights to which Mr. Williamson pur ohased during his recent visit to England;' It: has proved fairly successful, but did not provoke a 'boom.' After a four weeks' run it is pro posed to withdraw it in favor of Arrahna Pogue, in which Miss Maggie Moore will appear after an absenco from the Melbourne dr&matio stage of nearly four .years. The actors and actresses engaged in London by Messrs. Wil liamson and Garner are not found to posseis any special capacity, as shown in '.The English .Rose. MisH Mary Kingsley is a pleasing actress— no more. Mr. Clyndes, who enmo out here with the Silver Falls Company, made quite a hit in the part of Randall O'Meara. It was regarded all round as a really powerful impersonation. Mr. Bland Holt ter minated a fairly successful season at the Alex andra on the 15th, and the theatre is now being run by Mr. Dampier with Robbery IjTnder A...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LION, MILFORD SOUND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 December 1890

THE LION, MILFORD SOUND. The west coast of New Zealand is broken by deep and' far 'reaching indentations, varying from 6 to 20 miles inland. These are known as the West Coast Sounds of New Zealand,, and are the only places where ships can find shelter for a stretch of 500 milos. These sounds are 13 in number, and greatly resemble eaoh other. Some are divided into soveral arms, which run from 12 to 20 miles; broad and deep, like so many mountain lakes. They are sur rounded 'on all aides by densely wooded hills, which rise nearly perpendicularly from the water's edge, and are gained from the' coast' through narrow openings which appear little more than mere fissures in the bolt of rook- forming the coast line,1 while from the land side they defy the foot of the most active and daring tourists. The dis tinguishing characteristics of these sounds is their depth; generally found to be about 100 fathoms, the precipitous rocks which rise sheer from out the smooth expanse of water, and the ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 December 1890

THE ILLUSTRATED AUSTRA LIANNEWS. \ (Published on the 1st of Every Month). ' . Contains, in addition to a well written Summary of ; the Month ; a fall Account of the Events through- . out the Colonies; also a Selection of High Class j Engravings, Illustrative of Colonial Scenery, Current Events, &c,-fec. ? It has a first class sale in Australia, Tasmania, and / New Zealand, besides being well distributed chrough-.' , out Europe, America and the East. , The Best Artists and' Engravers' in Australia are ' engaged on ThelUustrated Australian News. SUBSCRIPTION (including postage), 8a. PER VNNXTM. BATES for ADVERTISEMENTS :— 10s. per INCH (single column). SPECIAL LONDON OFFICE : 140 Fleet-st., B.C. FOBS ION AGENTS: LONDON. OEO. STREET and Co., 30 Cornhill, E.O. F. ALGAR, 11, 12 Clement's-lane, Lombard-st. BATES, HENDY and C' 37 Walbrook, B.C. GORDON and GOTCH, St. Bride-st., B.C. CLARKE, SON and PLATT, 85 Gracechurch-st. F. H. PHILLIPS, 131 Fleet-st., B.C. ' B. WATSON, 160 Fleet-...

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THE MOUNTED RIFLE COMPETITION AT THE V.B.A. MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 December 1890

THE MOUNTED RIFLE OOMPETITION AT THE Y, R; A, MBBTING,' ;

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
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SKETCHES IN WEST MAITLAND, NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 December 1890

SKETCHES ;Hf: WEST MAITL4.ND, NE,\V SOUTH wilES v

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
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THE ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 December 1890

THE ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION. Considerable interest is felt in scientific and other oiroleu with reference to the steps taken to oomplete the equipment of the vessels to form the ? fleet of the Antarctic expedition that is timed tosail from tbe port of Melbourne some time during July next. As previously announced, the expedition is to be under the command of Baron Nordenskiold, who bad control of the Arctic expedition some years ago, and the vessel* will be those that formed the fleet on that occa sion, so that to a very large measure the success of thin projected voyage of discovery is already secured,, and knowledge of the southern seas should be largely augmented; Neoessaiily the question of funds plays a pro minent part in connection with the expedition, and the Australian colonies are jointly required to contribute £5000. As the expedition is to depart from Melbourne, it is expected that Vic toria will have to provide the greater portion of this sum, and elaborate arrangements are ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WITH A CAMEL TEAM IN THE FAR NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 December 1890

WJTH A OAJtfEL TEAM IN THE FAR. NORTH,,

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING NEWS. HOBSON'S BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 December 1890

HOBSON'S BAY. ARRIVALS. — November 1. — Charters Towers, Jas. Arthur, from Muzi, Japan. 2. — Parnimatta, It. O. Murray, R.N.R., from London; Bungaree, F. H. Ekins, R.N.R., from London ; Andrew Riekmers, J. Hochefer, from GoHe. 4.— Yarra. L. Boulard, fit. de V., from Marseilles; Robert Sudden, H. TJhlberg, from Port Townsend, Puget Sound ; Wilcannia, 11. O. Thomas, R.N.R., from London. 6. — Essen, L Bruhn, from Hamburg; Invincible, J. H. How land, from Blakeley, Puget Sound ; Nairn shire, P. Wallace, from London ; Abergclrtie, J. Murray, from Nagasaki, Japan. 7.— Ormuz, W A. White, R.N.R., from London ; Raphael, E. W. Harkness, from New York ; Gripen, J. A. Ryberg, from Quebec ; Westgate, J. Walkins, from Freuerickstaut ; Cambrian Queen, H. Williams, from Laurvig ; Miako, J. J. Kllis, from Port Louis, Mauritius'; William Reriton, F. Hansen, from Port Townsend, 8. — British Com modore, R. Owens, from Hamburg ; Port Victor, C. E. Bird, R.N.R., from London. 9. — Darra, F. Finlayson, fro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 December 1890

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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 December 1890

QUEENSLAND. 'The revenue of Queensland for the month of October was £232,256, as compared with £239,914 in the October previous. Taxation shows a .decrease of £17,000, and railways an increase of £1000. In the Full Court on 4th Nov. G. E. Cooper, of Croydon and Normanton, solicitor, was sus pended for 12 months and fined £50, for re ceiving £75 on account of James Reid, Croydon, on 18th Ootober last year, and denying up till March last that the money had been rcoeived by him. A considerable Quantity of jewellery and other effects has been recovered from the wreck of the Quetta, with a portion of the mails. A large hole has been blown in the side of the sunken vessel, througli which some wool has been obtained, the inner portions of the bales being in very good order. The divers secured most of the relics from the cabins, but all had to work in tho dark, owing to the muddy water.

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 December 1890

TCT N O E A. VI N. G S. Electrotypes and Engraved Blocks for Sale. The attention of printers and others is directed to the large and varied collection of (Engraved Blocks and Electros, which has appeared in the Illustrated Australian News. The stock includes portraits of colonial celebrities, landscapes, pro minent buildings, -&a, -&c. For terms, apply to the Manager The ILLUSTRATED AUSTRALIAN NEWS, Collins-street, Melbourne. . MB. HAMILTON CLARKE. '' Mus. Bac. Oxon., CONDUCTOR of the VICTORIAN ORCHESTRA. Bella Vista, East Melbourne. JOSEPH GIU.OTT, From the ROYAL CONSERVATORIUM OF MUSIC, LEIPZIG, 50 Collins-place, Stephen-street.

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 December 1890

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. ... Sir ??' Alfred S i:Stepheh;vV\th8-i!-, Lieutenant-. Governor, was 'sworn in on the 2nd Nov. as Acting-Governor pending the arrival of the Earl of Jersey. The claims on the insurance offices in oonneo tion with the late destructive fire whioh com menced at Gibbs, Shallard's warehouse have totalled over £1,000,000. The insuranoe com panies involved number 42, and 'the majority of the claimB have already been settled. It is ' estimated that when all settlements have been made the amount paid over by the various com paniet will aggregate £550,000. The ketch Maggie, bound from Sydney to Bate roan's Bay, in ballast, drifted on to the . Fairy R«ef, off Wollongong, on the 9th Nov., between 9 and 10 o'clock, and is expected to become a total wreck. She' had. been lying in Wollongong Harbor, windbound, and in going out was blown on to the rocks. . Tho captain and crow of three man saved all their belong ings. The captain-is part owner of tho veaael, an...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
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PART OF ADELAIDE IN 1845. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 December 1890

P^t oy AD^L-;p|! i^:.W5,;, ;;,;:: ;i;.:

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MILITARY CONFERENCE ON THE DEFENCES OF AUSTRALIA.— [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 December 1890

MILITARY CONFERENCE ON THE DKF13NCKS OF AUSTRALIA.— Fkom a Photoqkaph by Tauii and Gerald Tobnkr). Fkom a Photoqkaph by Tauii and Gerald Tobnkr).

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THE RAID ON LOCUSTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 December 1890

THE RAID ON LOCUSTS. For the first time in the history of the colony it has. been found necessary to set apart two days during which simultaneous action oould bo taken for the destruction of loousts. The pro posal to do so emanated from Mr. French, tho ,, Government entomologist, and also tho sugges ' - tibn that - State sohool boys oyer the ago of 10 years should be given -a- holiday, in 'order to induce them, to take part in tho work of destruc tion^ That it has been found necessary to adopt general measures for dealing with the peat shows what dimensions it haB assumed during the last few years. It appears from the reports 'tor warded to tho Secie tary for Agrioulturo by the 'State sohool districts in which tho raid on the locusts was made on tho 7th and 8th Nov., that soino of the farmers regarded the matter in an indifferent light, and did very littlo'in helping to destroy the post, although they hold several meetings, and pledged thetnsolves to use their utmoBt endeavors to ex...

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FROM LONDON TO AUSTRALIA IN A P. AND O. LINER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 December 1890

FROM LONDON TO AUSTRALIA IN A P. AND O. LINER.

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WEST MAITLAND.— [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 December 1890

WEST MAITLAND. Tho Maitland district, New South Wales, forms ono of tho most valuable agricultural areas in tho northern portion of the mothercolony. The soil consists of a Hob alluvial deposit brought down by the floods, whioh ocour almost annually,' and .are frequently attended with con siderable loss to the fanning population. These floods, like the overflow of the Nilof are both a source of wealth and yet of ever present danger. There are two townshipB, known as East and West Maitland. The former is about 18 miles from Newcastle, nnd waslaid out by the Govern ment. It is divided from the latter, whioh is much the larger and moro important of the two,' by the Wallis Creek running through a magnifi cent nnd most productive stretch of country,- v.for.1, the greater- part;- fiat and low, lying. High-streot is the main thorough faro,, and the centre of business notivity.; It follows' 'the' somewhat sinuous cournoof tho Hunter River, whioh at certain periods of the year is'; swollen ....

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SPORTING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 December 1890

The Oaks day at Flemington was marked on 6th Nov. by most unpleasant weather, the extreme heat completely destroying tho pleasure of those who visited tho racecourse. Tho racing, however, was of a very interesting character, two of the races in particular being so keenly con tested that tho result was in /doubt until the numbers went up. Megaphone,; in the absonco of his. stable companion .Carbine, won the Flying Stakes, followed by. Lady Carbine and Correze, after a most exciting finish. The Oaks, contrary to expectation, foil to Litigant, an outsider, Magic Circle being., second, Wilga third and the favorite, Prelude,. unplaced. The winner is by Martini Henry— -Leonio, was bred by the late Mr. James White, and sold at the distribution of that gentleman's stud to her pre sent, owner, Mr. . W. ; T. Jones, for .1550 guineas. The favorite, Islander, won the Second Hurdle Bace, with Crossrail second and Africanus third, and in the Spring Handicap the places were filled by Crown Jewel, ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
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SUMMARY OF EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 December 1890

Th« Coalition Government disappeared from the political arena with a suddenness and com pleteness unexampled in the history of Victoria or any other Australian colony. It enjoyed a longevity the most undeserved. Its career under the guidance . of Mr. Gillies was one long series of jobs, sohemes and undignified compromises. Its decease was in perfect con sonance with itx disreputable charaoter. Its members had literally'to be kicked out of office. They fell, not for a principle, not from a sense . of honor, or because they were no longer en rapport with the majority of the House — they' had to succumb to a direct vote of censure, as men in whom no confidence could be placed. The verdict of the Legislature has boon' endorsed by the press and tho oountry. Not a hand has been raised in their defence— not a ' ?word uttered that could neutralise or mollify the bitterness of defeat and ruin. The men who yesterday ruled the oountry like bo many extem porised potentates are to-day of as litt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 December 1890

.!-..?-. MMu\r !g I A AO'J LADIES1 I I yAW1 ' TAILORS I '^^F tfvfme&s of »aU$* | S0WJ1S, C0JIT3, IDLSJERS. JJJ1TS. |? ' , . _ . I ? « ? ; ? . ? i .1*1 . in ?-. ,'j — ttt; ? 1 T^ - a TOHN-RBBF-EBN-&-SONS lmve perfected their system for accurately cutting K ?-- W , andrfitting .garments without the necessity,, of a personal interview, the com- rd ? x pletji 'success of -whicK-has necessitated the re-organisation1- of their jjj ./ N ., i Colonial Ucpavtment,\ „_ B specially arranced'for the convenience of Customers residing abroad (from whom H 3 ? they require only a pattern bodice and guarantee a perfect fit). Their branches ifl in the leadiii' centres of fashion keep them on courant of the latest productions, Uj an advantage which is. possessed by no other firm. On receipt of letter or Qj 1 telegram,' full sots of Patterns, with Sketched and Estimates will be aent post rd |j free, from the - Di jj ieOLONIAL' ORDER DEPARTMENT, AT jjj I' COWES; ISLE OF WIGHT, ENGLAND. S...

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