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VITAL STATISTICS OF MELBOURNE AND THE SUBURBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 September 1864

VITAL STATISTICS OF MELBOURNE AND THE SUBURBS; The Registrar-General's report on the vital statistics nf Melbourne and the suburbs is published in the Government Gazette. . During the month, 216 per sons died : of whom 135 were males and 81 females: 95 deaths were of children under five years of nge, and 121 of persons over that nge.' The mortality in July was considerably below the average, ns compared with that of the same monthin former years.. It was also lower than in auy'nther month since the beginning of the present year. About tho average mean tempera '.uro and atmospheric pressure prevailed. 62 per cent, of the deaths were of mal^s, 88 per cent, of females; -44 per cent, were of children under five years of age, against 45 per cent, in July, 1803, 46 percent, in July, 1S152, 50 per cent, in' July, 18(51y and 48 per cent, in July, 1860. Thirteen deaths was the highest number recorded on any one day, these occurred on tuo 7th. Only 4 deaths took place on the 12th, ;22nd. 23rd...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A FORTNIGHTLY WATT. From the Chief Secretary of South Australia to the Chief Secretary of Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 September 1864

A EOSTNIGHTLY MAIL. ' From the Chief Secretaryof South Australia to the Chief Secretary of Victoria. ' South Australia, Chief Secretary's Office, Adelaide, 31st August, 1864.— Sir,— I have the honor, by desire of his Excellency Sir Dominick Daly, to acknowledge tho receipt of vour letter of the 16th instant, on the subject of a fortnightly steam postal communication with the United Kiugdom. In reply, I beg to inform you that this Government will be prepared to recom mend the Parliament to contribute to the subsidy of £50,000 (in addition to the amount at present paid to the P. and O. Steam Navigation Company for the mail service once a month), for the establishment of a fortnightly communication; such contribution to be made on the same basis as that on which this Govern ment now contributes to the monthly subsidy; but only on tho express condition — which they cannot forego — that arrangements shall be made for the mail steamers calling at Kangaroo Island, or some port in South Aus...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW PROCESS OP PRESERVING MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 September 1864

;; NEW PROCESS OF PRESERVING MEAT/ A new process of preserving meat in a perfectly fresh condition, for a period of several months, has recently been patented in this colony. , We are not, of course, at liberty to Btate what is the subatanooi used, and can therefore/only mention that it is of such a nature tho,t it imparts no taste whatever to tiio meat. Tho benefit of the patent \yiil'.be,'besb ascertained in this colony in the sammer season, when it will bo,- possible to have joints, &c.t kept till the meat hay acquired a desirable, dogreo of tenderness. Strange thongh it may appear, being contrary to all previous ; experience, a dry'. warm at mosphoifo contributes to the preservation of tho meat by this process. To test this a largo pioco of meat so cured was hung np over a_ steam boiler almost two months 7 ago, and though it. has been , so long subject to an unusual heat, it is ,'as1 fresh as on the day the animal was killed. The only change is that it is much hotter. '?...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 September 1864

/THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. It seems to be decided, despite the recent despatch of the Secretary for the Colonies, that the confiscation scheme of the present Government .is really to be carried oat in all its essential and dis tinctive features. Ihe Weekly ef the 6th says :— Pbospects'of Bbaoe.— In the absence of all war like intelligence from the troops, being in winter quarters, and from the Maories— who' have fonnd ont to attack-was not their /orte— -keeping close in their fastnesses, there has, for several dayB past, been consi derable1 talk: of peace, with some, foundation. On Wednesday' morning General ': Cameron and staff; left Auckland in the Miranda for Tauranga, via the Kawau, where his Excellency was to be taken on ? board. The same day 'the Premier and the Colonial Secretary left for Tauranga in the Sandfly. It iB rumored that there is a likelihood' of the surrender of a large body of rebels, and that Thompson himself may take the op portunity of making; his peace. The lat...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANNUAL SHOW OF ENTIRE HORSES AT M'CAW'S BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 September 1864

ANNUAL SHOW OF ENTIRE HORSES AT : M'CAW'S BAZAAR. ' * This annually recurring event came off on 6th insfc. with as much eclat as on any previous occasion, ex cepting only tho meeeting of 1862, when the progeny ' of * the various sires competed for a cham pion prize, subscribed by the owners of the horses. The interest with which this show is regarded wad manifest in the crowded state of the leading thorough fare, up which' the horses passed in single file for a couple of hours, regaining the bazaar by the rear in .Little Collins street, thus affording the fullest opportunity for an- inspection, of which the public seemed never to tire.' Although the number, of. animals brought to parade was ratherlessthanonsome previous becassions, the fact is not inconsistent with ; healthy progress in the business of horse breeding. The glut of inferior sires under which the district labored some three years ago, and which assisted materially to reduce tho value of good horses, has now passed away...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE AMATEUR ATHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 September 1864

MELBOURNE AMATETJK ATHLETIC . SPOBTS. Tko latest sensation provided for tho amusement of ihoscr who talco special delight in tlio sports of the field— the first gathering of Melbourne athletes— ?was brought to a* very successful issue, on the Mol fcourno Ground, on Saturday, 10th inst. Tho programme comprised foot race3 of distances varying from eighty yard*'- to a. mile, jumping, the inevitable sack iacc, and. other sports in Avhich, skill may be said to be required in a greater- degree than f fleetriess ' of foot or strength of muscle. TL'ho prizes were of plate, jewellery, and such knick onacks as dressing cases and photographic nlhuina, and Tanged in declared-value, from seven guineas down wards. ,' A silver watch was given by his Exoellency .Sir Charles Darling, to; lio run for by b'oysunder fourteen ;'? -and for the last' race— tho Steeplechase— a «np Was offered as the spoil of -.'the' victor. The en tries' were' mado on . tho : 1st September. ; There ?were 127 nominations fo...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VICTORIAN VOLUNTEER FORCE. MUSKETRY INSTRUCTION REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 September 1864

VICTORIAN VOLUNTEER FORCE. MUSKETBY. INSTBUCTION KKPORT. The following is the official report on the annual ; course of musketry instruction of the force, which was commenced on the 1st November, 1863, and waa concluded on the 31st May, 1864. The practice of 18G2 and 18G3 was carried on under tho Hy tho system :-t- '??''' ' . ' . ' '''.?..' ' The courso of instruction during the year has boon conducted in a similar manner to tlioso of formeryoars, . with the exception that square bullseyes and; centres wore substituted for round ones, and the Wimbledon sys tem of marking was adopted. These changes were autho rised in order that the firing might be carried on with the same targets and on the same conditions as are generally adopted in matches between corps and by the Victorian Riflo Association. Consequent en those al terations, a new standard had to be fixed, defining the number of points necessary to qualify volunteers to j ass from one ciasB to a higher one. This, after careful ca...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE. THE REVIEW AT EMERALD HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 September 1864

VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE. THE REVIEW AT EMERALD HILL. There was a large gathering of spectators on Emerald Hill; on Saturday, 3rd inst., for tho pur pose of witnessing the inspection, or, more properly spoakincr. the review, by Commodore Sir William Wiseman; of the Williamstowri and Sondridge corps of the Naval Brigade. The Sandridge contingent paraded at the Naval Brigade Orderly Room shortly before three o'olook; and, headed by the band of the Immigrants' .Home, marched to the ground^ ' where they were shortly afterwards joined by the Williamstown men: On the arrival of the Commodore, who was accompanied by Colonel Anderson; Major Verdon, Major Pitt, and other (Officers of the Volunteer staff, the band struck np 'Rule Britannia,' and the men presented arms. Tho inspection then commenced by the men, under the command of Captain Fullarton, tho senior oap tain of the corps, marching past in close and open column. This was followod by other 'evolutions, all executed with steadiness and ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MUTINY ON BOARD THE SHIP PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 September 1864

MUTINY ON BOARD THE SHIP PORTLAND. A mutiny of a formidable and nlarming character occurred on board the ship Portland, chartered by Messrs Shaw, Baville and Co., London, which left tho East India Docks, Blaekwall, on the 25th Mnv last. with- some 250 souls on board, and, a valuable miscel laneous cargo, destined for Auckland, New Zealand, under.the command of Captain James Peters. For a period of three weeks a spirit of; disaffection and in subordination had .been manifested by the majority; of the sailors. The passengers had been subjected- to gross insult and ill-treatment, under which they exerr cised much, patience and forbearance^ .The crew openly set at defiance all authority, . and seemed to imagine they could carry out their evil purposes with impunity — but that they had reckoned without their host the sequel will show.1 ' Passing over various: acts of mis conduct, on the part of the crew, we shall briefly nar rate those of a more heinou3 and mutinous character. Shortly af...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ANTI-TRANSPORTATION MOVEMENT. MEETING OF THE LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 September 1864

THE . ANTI-TKANSPOETATION MOVEMENT. MEETING OF THIS LEAGUE. .A meeting of the committee of the AntiTrans portation League of Victoria was held, 16th inst., at the town hall ; the following members being present : — Dr. Cairns, Messrs E. Wilson, Gr. S. tang, I1. Holler, W. Hammill, W. M. Bell, and 3D. G. Fitzgibbon, hon. secretary. On. the motion of Mr Halleh, MrLang took tho chair. The minutes of the last meeting having been con firmed, Mr Wilson was called upon to resume ihe debate upon a motion submitted by him the previous week. :. ' ... - Mr Wilson commenced by stating that he had placed, tiro motions on the paper,, but the second one, which was to the follpwing . effect, he wished to withdraw : — ' That, while there . is something puerile and humiliating in tho reiteration of peti tions and protests upon the transportation question, which have been practically replied 'to already, the example set at Ballaarat of petitioning the. Queen ty the, women of the colony to save their c...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 September 1864

BIRTHS. , . ? ? , . AkO'.— On the 9th inst,, at GO Addorloy stroet, Mrs Bobert Amos of a daughter. ' . .' ' : Bqssxbt.— On the 30th ult., at Campden. House,' Arthur street, South Yarns, tho wife of Mr John Buck ley of a son. ?'. ' .'..- ? ' ;?? ..,_'?..' ',-' '' \- '-..?!.' . Batbb.— On 'the 8th inst., at her residence, High' street, St. Kilda, the wife of Mr -Thomas Tompson Bates, of a son. :.?'.... ? ? ? .-,- -?- r ??' ?' \- ? C.«AVB!«.-^-On the 8th inst.,. at Sanariage.'the vnfe of * E. Bi Craven of a son- ' /; , ' -.-.- : ' , , i , '-Cvjan.— On tho 5th inst., at:199Lyigbn street, Qarl ton, Mrs Henry Craig, of a son. ' i , , . ?'. .'?'',.??? i *-???' Cbookb. — On the 1st inst.,' at . 27 Bank street east, ' Emerald Hill, Mrs Robert' Crooke of a daughter. ', .'';.. ,' Cabsb. — On the 3rd inst., at Nott street, Sandridge,' the wife of Mr Edward . parse. of . a daughter. , London ' and Winchester papers please copyw,J ,'. ?/'.;';?. ?' : ;' \, : . IDhdbohwabd.— On.the, 3rd. inst., :;a...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SCENES IN GIPPS LAND MOUNT BAW BAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 September 1864

SCENES IN GIPPS LAND: HOBKT BAWBAW. Mount Baw Baw is situated in North Gipps Land, ,at some .dislance-in- the interior ; | and, as will be seen from onr sketch, f6rms a prominent object in one of our characteristic ? Australian land- . toapes. The artist's point, of view is ?. from what is. called the Snake Ridge,' ' viz., ilie elevated 'ground in,, the imme-V diate foreground j near Rosedale, , the pro- .'.; perty aad residence of , Mr :King, : who ? : oconpies the entire country 'thereabouts,; ?' with his herds of 'cattle arid docks' of ? sheep. In' midgroun'd iis-.theTLatrobe ? river, which, like most Australian streams; ' dwindles ' within; 'limited ''and ' harrow ' bounds in the -'summer season,' or rather ' in times and periods -of drought ; .but in ' times of flood its currents are swollen and J \ its waters ''finhmeTj-B''\1arge':.'im6tB-'- of '? ' country, forming -- vast higbbris- by ! its ' b«ck-waters alone its conrse.r : and: thus - fertilising the land. : Mount Baw. Baw...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE TRANSPORTATION QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 September 1864

THE TRANSPORTATION QUESTION. The despatoh from the Chief Seoretary of Vio toria to the Tasmanian Government, relative to tho steps taken by the Government of this colony with regard to the above question, and inviting the co operation of Tasmania, was read in the House of Assembly on the 31st ult., and, with reference to the some, on the 2nd inst. :— Mr Wilson said he desired, before the business was proceeded with, . to inake a statement in refer ence to the despatch received from the Victorian Government as to the continuation of transporta tion to Western 'Australia. - The Government had no difficulty in recognising the force of the sugges tion .of the Victorian Cabinet, ' that 'transportation to Western Australia was, in fact, transportation to the -whole of the, colonies of Australia. It appeared that the, British Government ; intended to continues transportation to Western Australia, and the sug gestion of. the Victorian Government was that a conference should be held to consi...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MISS GRACE EGERTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 September 1864

MISS GRACE EGEETON. Miss Grace Egerton (Mrs George Case) is a popular dramatic artiste now giving entertainments with her husband at the Polytechnic Hall, of that class with which the English public have been so long favorably impressed by the kindred exer tions of Mr Woodin, Miss Emma Stanley,, and Mr and Mrs German, Reed. Miss Egerton made her .first appearance in Melbourne in conjunction with Mr Case, an the 9th instant, and the success they : bave achieved is of the most unequivocal ; character. :_ The entertainments are called ' 44 A Drawing Boom to Let, or Quiet Apart- .0 ments for a Baohelor,'. and?' A' Chr&tmjiBA Party.',' .'These .afford an .opportunity, fqrC the display of Miss Egerton's talents m - the impersonation of an infinity pf4 cha racters, requiring immense versatility and ? powers. of. mimicry. The lady is a good ?- singer and an agile dancer, and is likely to become an established favorite.' ? Mr ' Case is a musician of great repute,- being -'i celebrate...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 September 1864

THE MONTH. .'-- The R.M.S. Bombay reached Hobson's Bay on Thursday afternoon, the 8th inst.J bringing the European mails for July, and being one day before her appointed time. The main features of the intelligence bad, as usual, been telegraphed from Adelaide the day previously. There was a rumor in Melbourne, before the. telegram reached us, that war had been declared, and that Great Britain had after all taken np the cause of Denmark. Hence, considerable ex citement prevailed for a few hours, 'which, however,' at once subsided when the authentic news arrived. - The proposal, to which allusion was made in the News last month, .put forth by the Imperial postal authorities to double the rates of postage' on Australian letters seems to bare . been , suspended for a while. 'This is so far satisfactory, but 'its ^entire abandonment, will be still more accept able to tho colonists, who very justly consider that the enormous amount of subsidy whioh they hare to , pay for their postal serv...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WRECK OF THE SCHOONER LOTUS, AND SUFFERING OF THE CREW. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 September 1864

WRECK OF THE! SCHOONEE LOTUS, AND SUFFERINGS OF THE CREW. The schooner Lotus (in command of Captain Nelson), ji vessel about 90 tons, built and owned by Mr Bonar, of Koipara, has been lost while attempting to cross the bar there. She was loaded with 62,000 feet-timber. and -was bound for Taranald. The following particu lars relative to this unfortunate, occurrence haye been given to us by Captain James, who arrived in town overland from Kaipara .early ?. on Wednesday, in com pany with the crew_ of the Lotus andrAdvance. On Thursday, the 18th5instant, the Lotus weighed anchor, and proceeded to . sea by Kemp's Channel, the wind being fresh from the N.N.W. Shortly after passing the outer North Head the wind suddenly shifted to W.N.W., the vessel, still heading her coursa oat. Im iraediately. afterwards she was met with a very heavy cross sea,- carrying away her fore and main peak gaffs. The vessel was then put before the wind, with the intention of returning to port. . The wind gradual...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OPENING OF THE RAILWAY TO ECHUCA. LAYING THE LAST HAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 September 1864

OPENING OF THE RAILWAY TO ECHUCA; LAYING THE LAST KAIL. Railway communication between Melbourne and the Murray was successfully accomplished on Saturday last, end, the journey from the southern to the northern boundary of Victoria has become but a six or seven hours' trip. On Monday last, goods trains were run between Sandhurst and Eckuca ; but then the line had only been extended to the out skirts of the town,; and the goods had to be unloaded at a distance of about a mile and a' half from the river. 'Throughout the week the goods traffic was ? continued, and large quantities of merchandise were.transportedfrom Mel bourne to the Murray, and thence across the boun dary line into the sister colony. Saturday last was the day fixed for laying the last rail of our groat national railway, and Messrs Collier, Barry and Co., the contractors, had invited a number of friends to be present oh the occasion. It is only due to these gentlemen to , say that the work has been pushed forward by the...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE PEACE CONFERENCE AT TAURANGA.—NATIVE ADDRESS TO THE GOVERNOR, AND HIS REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 September 1864

THE PEACE CONFERENCE AT TAURANGA.— NATIVE ADDRESS TO THE . GOVERNOR, AND '\ HIS REPLY. ... ; The following letter of the special correspondent of ?the Sbutlierh Gross supplies much interesting informa tion with respect to the conclusion of the .Conference with the natives there. He. saws:—- ? ' Tauranga, Saturday, 6th August. Before this communication can reach Auckland the reading publio will have been made acquainted with the fact that on Friday the first conference took place between his Excellency the Governor and. Ministry, with the natives nnxious to givo every proof of their submission to her Majosty's authority ; and that this day was fixod upon to decide, as far as possible, the. terms upon which the submission would.be accopted, as well as to afford to the Maories some conception of what their future might be — both as regarded the friendlies and those who had for a time rebelled. The meeting was fixed to take place on the grass-plat in front of the residence of Colonel Gr...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MAORI EMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 September 1864

MAORI EMIGRATION. The correspondent of the New Zealander says : — ' Marsh, and several other friendly natives in the vicinity of Moketu, contemplate emigration to the South Seas, and it is believed that Ministers have entertained the pro ject, and purpose bearing the expenses of their settlement on the Sand wich Islands at an early date. Marsh has for gome time interested himself in gleaning information respecting the islands, and will hail with- plea sure any proposition of the Government to pur chase a plot of ground in these islands in ex change for his possessions at Maketu and elsewhere He is enchanted with the reports of the fertility of the cocoa-nut and the banana, and the soil in general, together with the indolent life the na tives lead. If Govern ment, as is said, charter a vessel for his use, and purchase a plot of land, lie intends to go with a large . number of fol lowers .and try his luck in a 'new; country. This idea of -Maori emigration is a now feature in their eve...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. WOOL SHIPS SAILED SINCE THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE YEAR, 1864, AND THE NUMBER OF BALES BY EACH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 September 1864

. -SHIPPING FOR. THE MONTH. WOOL SHIPS SAILED SINCE THE COMMENCE^ MENT- OF THE YEAR,- 1864,' AND THE NUM BER OF BALES BY EACH. -Sailed. Ship. ' Destination. Boles. Jan. 2 Esses * . ..London . .. 2,189 „ 8Mediator. ..London .. 3,676 „ 18 Moravian ..London ..3,172 „? 27 Great Britain .'.Liverpool : ? ... 1,833 Feb. 3 Dover Castle ..London '??-?'..- 2,034 „ 6 Red Rover .. London ''.. 3,867 : „ 11 Champion of , the Liverpool ? ? .. ?? 6,759 ' Seas ,, ? 16 Westminster '..London .. 2,600 ,, 20 Lincolnshire .. London .. 1,453 „ 22 Chrysolite .. London. ' ... 3,588 „ 23 Benares . . London . . 3,042 i „ 27 Glendower . . London . . 4,345 March ft Kent ..London .. 1,189 „ 5 Wave of Life . London .. 2,632 „ 8 Australian - . . London . . 2,661 „ 18Royal Standard.. Liverpool .. 2,901 „ 19 Lady Ann . .. London .. 2,260 „ 22 Daphno , .. London .. 3,863 „ 22 Anglesey . . London . . 1,470 April 4 Pride of the Ocean London .. 3,858 „ 5 Yorkshire . . London . . 1,063 „ 21 Roxburgh Castle London . . 833...

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