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PROPOSED GREAT EXHIBITION OF LIVE STOCK. (FROM THE OTAGO DAILY TIMES, SEPT. 26.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

PROPOSED GREAT EXHIBITION OF LIVE STOCK.. (FEOH THE OTAGO DAILY TIKES, SEPT. 26.) The commissioners of the New Zealand Ex hibition, in their desire to follow the models set them at home, committed what we cannot but consider a mistake in proliibiting the exhi bition of lire stock. There are several reasons why such a course was adopted with the Lon don Exhibitions that do not apply here. It is, indeed, almost like enacting the play of "Hamlet" without the character of the Prince of Denmark, to exclude from an exhibition designed to ehow the resources of the oolony an animal which produces what may be termed its chief article 01 export. New Zealand trill always be a sheep-breeding oountrv, and it is an anomaly to exclude sheep from an exhibi tion of its resources. In India they adopted a .different course, An exhibition wss thought so desirable there that one was instituted under the direct management, and at the cost of the Government. lave stock were amongst the chief exhibits. The...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FLOUR MARKET. (FROM THE ARGUS, OCT. 11.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

THE FLOUR MARKET. (rBOH TBI ABGUS, OCT. 11.) The floor market of Melbourne offers a floe field for contemplation. A philosopher, who happened also to be a capitalist, might enter npon its study, and, after losing or gaining a fortune, leant many things of which he was pre viously ignorant With one undoubted fact be would become familiar—that of all the openings afforded by the com merce of the colony, there is none in which speculation takes such swift and adventurous flights as in this direc tion, where its career is of most im portance to the pocket—nay, to the very life, of the populace. In dealing with most articles, the Melbourne importer is a cautious and calculating creature. He is tenacious of tobacco, and not over venturesome in tea. With beer he is steady, and opium but rarely throws him into s comatose state. Once, however, let him get amongst flour, and he becomes riotous. He mag nifies a momentary deficiency into a per manent scarcity, explains away importa tions until ...

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

CORNER. «f «gg«Md Hflgy Jour ; tyt the yokn »nd*Wto»ep»mte}j (rejylilW) ; «slx tlw wjtr fMmiM° ««• 1 *>d'le#ioti, and ' t*tt' for ptiam mtaatM i addtfarwhSt^wianixwiU) krtlj.rtir in Uiftiovr and mix geotlr. « . :: -: ■ •« •• •■ add

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THIS DRAMATIC COLLEGE GRAND FETE AND FANCY FAIR. (FROM TALLIS'S THEATRICAL NEWSPAPER, JULY 23.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

THIS DRAMATIC COLLEGE GRAND I FETE AND FANOT FAUEt. (ritOM TATLIS'S IHB1TBIC1L NKWBMrtB, JDtiT 23.) Tlic acton fit* at the Urotal palace haa now become an institution. It is one of the iooked-for evonts of tiie yoae, and it* popularity appears to ba Mill increasing. Not only la this attributable to the growing popularity of the of which the Sydenham institution in behalf < Revels ure held, but also to the quality of tiie entertainment the player* provide during the two dttjt in which they ate entruetod with the business of drawing tent of thoUeandl to the Cryetnl Palace. Year after year—deaplte the mnlicioua carplnga of individuals—the annual dramatic Jit* baa taken a etronger hold upon tho public, and now it hat grown to be looked upon ea a permanent event, pt whioh it U not alone unfashionable, but uncharitable, not to assist. Por our part, we delight iu assisting on three occasions j and on Saturday last we found that the excitement with whioh we awaited tiie first of ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. PROTECTION. (FROM THE ARGUS, OCT. 10) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

SPIRIT or THE PRESS. PROTECTION1. (rSOK THK ABQOS, OCT. 10) The doctrines of the political econo mist ate as conclusive to a logical mind as a problem in Euclid, a mathematical calculation, or any other result of pure reason. But, unfortunately, there are numbers of curiously illogical j minds to whoso apprehension all pure reasoning, in place of resembling a brilliant light to the mind's eye, is like only to the black blank left on the physical eye when ench a light is suddenly obscured. To them, of , cotnse, the reasoning of the ecooo mist is a tissue of meaningless words. But even to the minds Of these, j the truths of the science may find entrance when illustrated by facte within their own ken. And it is upon such facts that the writer of Our National Bulla in Relation to Population, Protection, and Ltgiilatum, rests his arguments— by these that he hopes to carry convic- ' tion to the minds of all who are in any way open to conviction. The first few j pages of this admirable ess...

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

ART AND SCIENCE. Tns Pcbuo Librabt—New Protonis.— By tbe Dover Oaetle, which arrived from England a few days sluce, the trust.-e* of the i Public Library received the platuiei Mteoted | by Sir Ci.nrles Eostlske, prcrideut of the 1 Hojal Academy, for the ViotorUu Gallery of j Art, of which the nucleus is now being formal. They are six in number, mud in anticipation of the time when they will be placed In public view, we may give our read era some Httle information respecting them. The chief is n large picture of " Banyan" in prison, painted in Munich by G, P. Follngrby, and hearing date lSdi. It ta a re markable i rjdoctl n. The great Baptist, author of tbe Pilgrimi Prtgrut, is repre- j eented ti'ting on a couch in prison,: bis little gill at his knees guring into j bis hoe, and two fclljw-prieimers.aud the gaoler lUteulng with rapt attention to hit j discourse, while a group of card-players arc i indicated, rather than depictuod, in the back- ! gronnd. Fault may perchance be found w...

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

For th* »Ut*V bm of tUUxfto 4»p ..... ^38iii^.vWg(¥*wl oftiw OddwthnjniWMof wtf#8, Itiwit be a ftraugely peifect faith in the oomlc j effect of compound nbtuidillos tint would j Tenti)re to fer, but the strongest none and firmest ptvjndleea would eceroe avail to keep tech countenance while Mr. II. Leslie, one of the Cfaihty Minstrels. now performing at the Princess's Theatre, given fall nightly lecture on the " History of England." It ie fantastic drollery of the most extravagant kind, and, angry ai erne may be at the indloroni treat ment of % gtavo subject, to refrain from i laughter eetmi impossible. Suoh an attempt from a lee* able actor might fail, but Mr. Letlie'a mock lecture ii pure burlesque all through. Ita first production, on Satnrdey night last, set the bouse In a roar. HU perfoot imitation of a lecturer's man nerfams was In Itcdf admirable; but1 the thousand preposterous absurdities, the heterogeneous mixture of ancient, Eng lish, and colonial Llatoijr, the coupling of ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MR.HORSLEY'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

no. hobslstib concert. The Uit of Mr. C. E. Barrier's saoond mIm of Saturday afternoon ooneertr at the Prahian Toira-hall, Instituted (or the pnr poce of giving the moilonl wnatwin of the metropolis an opportonlty of hearing classi cal tnnric unacceptable to the general body of ooncert-goerr, worthily performed, took place on Saturday test. A large and " fashionable" midland* SMcanUed to do jnsttoe to the occasion. The ootaporitions selected for in etramcntal performance wore of tbe highest older, wis.A quartet In O Diner, by Hendelwohn; • solo (piano) sonata, " Boosts Pastorale." and a duo caacartsnte, by Beethoren; a solo (piano), E Bat;G rainor froD tits " Nocturnes " ofChopin; one of lists- i riser's trios; nod a qnsriet, 8 nMjor.by A Z.% Boariey; and without rarturlng on elcs* criticism,, wa nay aStan that the exsontion would do honoar tonn/ perfdnasis. Thus lilt ixMiodtd His Tflftg siid fyr; XraMl! (rioUna), Mr, A. B- Klng(rioU), Mr. Chap USA- tgr, (flnTyr forts). It "was saat...

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

MISCELLANY. The bed of friendi &U out. Our Uetfeui no exception. Tub JIeioht of FoU.T.—BxpeniW T_ lut chilling for ■ pom. llow should a cruiser be manned P Whhi good crew, air. \\1ij are temperance societies a bar tn fA»*p •hip P Because they prevent shaking hind,. Why it an auctioneer's advertisement likes •tiff breeze at ataP Because it blows abo«t the "Mia." Ihcre it much music in the lay of the mod. ing bird, but unsentimental people prefer lay oP Che domestic fowL Jerrold to at a patty when the Bark ran announced the birth of aprince. "How thy do ]K>wder these babiea!" Jerrold exclaimed/ If a man talks insolently to yon under Ike plea of candour, you may knock him den under the pica of infirmity of temper. An Hibernian loator, of sni^i, •aid, " Hie only army to atop it it to make it t capital offence, punishable with death." A young man who has raoeatly taken t wife, says lie aid not find ft half ao hard togat married at he did to get furniture. A victim of aea-indme...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THEATRICAL, LITERARY, AND MUSICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

THEATRICAL, LITERARY, AND MUSICAL NOTES. The recent modification in the relation! of (he Government with the theatre! in Franco liae been productive of considerable spoculati ve activity in the theatrical world of that country. Kcw theatre! are eithor in oonteraplation, or arc actually building) at Liens, Saint Etiennc, Toulouse, and Paris. Three are in the latter city, viz, one at llartrouge, one in the Euo Riches (an Italian theatre), and one at the angle formed by the junction of the Bonlcrard Baure Nouvelle arilh the street of the Faubourg St. Denis, and this latter is to bo of gigantic - Tnatre proportions', and is to be titled the International. Tho.hsll of the theatre will be in the shape of a lyn£ and will be capable of con taining 6,400 persons j the pit alone will oocom tnodste 2,100, and there wul be several tiers of boxes. The orchestra will comprise ISO per form ere. The stage will hare a depth of thirty (wo Jards, and entrance will he afforded the public by twenty stai...

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

CHRISTIAN MISSIONS IN TURKEY. 3Jm Bolton, apparently to • fltot nlljtoai atom, baa laMy dona a terj nn/raoiocj thing to hia hft JMenda the Kngllab and the , BiaariwM. Wttbtot an/ forewarning, U* j Ptraa ooddenly ate into a btow to too Pro tottoBtlnrtlhiHnniow.'abUahedto toeoonatqr, toot «p too Aaasttaan nWoa, etooed too Sttlo flototo'o atom. p,tottbttto snaoUng, #f)d. Beet to priaou olevaa convert* from IfatowMtonlan, wbvn]yL*«M>toe Saltan'* Mto to too tolot of Gall-ana had openly ftatoatod Ohdrttaatty. Vtfl EngtUh and Atoorieoa antMlMdOa to «wo peotartsd gpfafeftwi »rW*i*y »nH %•»**«#temtr., alewsfon „ „ _ sad Itae obaarion* mm nfNtSad aoi*r m tt t&M the m tat the oonrerk wmvi to M Into* arra£,:f4?&ftj iSBxiaaxf***' ctsra, owing to the rapid spread of Christian Influence, which was naturally regarded with great jealousy and irritation. The Christian teachers must leam from this warning to be prudent and patient, as well as sealons.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
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DISTURBANCES AT GENEVA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

DISTURBANCES AT GENEVA. Consequent on the election of M. Ohene vlfre to a seat in the Swiss Conseil d'Etat and the rejection of the Radical candidate, M. James Fasy, serious disturbances have taken place In Geneva, where the tmeutt has extended to the erection of barricades, street fighting, and bloodshed. The cantonal authorities being utterly impotent to deal with the rioters Federal intervention had to he called in, and the result is, that a battalion of militia has entered the city for the pur pose of quelling the commotion, If needs be, by the aim of military power.

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

ncioEiis cEECEinx&s assoc: a 1I05. A s^e&csg dL tb* yrvr^azA^ r-v^ijzzrt vJi fAbtx* atexvtteA » ice fwsstfi.>i dL tV a.*.'-?* e wfevaalkfts vu rVX a; tV Cafc-e-Mt Rtf* , Xa&ccrae »a. M.-.aitj afi*?!whr. Bv^*£c~ xzA ids*.* %v*.za*zu\z> w*nr* yrw.zJ^. iz.i Kf. I). 5. GaspbrZ »u rvr^J v. tb% cvX'. Kr. WariZ- wp^-wi il* dvt*r* i jt that SKtt£T4 Wm -airt, XSjI £T/p**d t£* £>' imr.g fno-i^tra* »bsx. ww wrAvi ty Mr. Jihry-jieal:, a»vi ra^rji^i ^ TzxZ *?.!». fvuv* .-ryf («&:;*&*% t^sweiT» bt-o t^.tno^-AS L-, V <*IV2 tV * V*-.T..>r^La CrvfciVrV JLw.vrai'i'/: '' - >"ir^rri rea.1) I; *u %Vr.. S/CvvrtT* «? M*. CV***vifc, and wriV&A.d '-.*> K». R«ff> .—~ T>^ tk» ftfrfcXUl* v.t. «\*T. h±*4 V.t cm c/.;«a—Ltt. Th* r* s"V7_'. :^',r. ',tf th* a^;r.^Ai rrAi^ ma-VVs* V »» Svvi. %VaL* tr. l da "V-.X/ny. 2t-i 7V v/iZrA xrA cx&x&ita«v. V aJ f-r:.r» u. *«?&-,« <*3al a.vi istArafirxiik nA^rh...

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

We fcoped to hare had *jmeihir>% mvre » t&t'u&ctorv than gcmtp to Ure predated to j our reader* this week. Bet Lbe weather teem* to bate *et itw-H against the early opening of the aeaaon. It certainl? requires &Q the philo sophy we n& mutter to refrain from grnsnbUng lit iu provocative nature. More admirable dar* tor cricket than were the bet two &atur data it u almost rropoMible to conceive; asd ytl our player* were forced into as* tiling idkt-o* by the unfit cooditkm of their ground*, owing to tise cxtraordmarT ram* in the earlier portion of each week. Would grumbling ir.ct-d matter* we might te tempted to indulge in iLc Ei-fdid.t&A:;'* pritiitge, tut t* it won't, «t mutt pjt a* good a face on thing* a* we ■ can, cod hope " there** a dry too* ovsoisg." Ia fpite of this drawback, bower er, tome fnr of the dnba, wboee ground* are better naturally for drainage, made a conn taenccment; and the Richmond Paddock via dotted orer with gro...

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

MATCHES AP.P.ASGEb FOP, OCTOBER. fMXxft by uxa Ia w i^nAivsa ^ *rl ti; ifr w ihAnJivsa n th* nry-sr.^ la*r. 7<rllT. M r C 7 F**t Ht2s.*.!TAt *?. 3f CC jrv--l !>-.. si Ews M^Vrsr^*. r. jk. ^ Ei-.t,^','/.. J>i. (**&*£ fcfefftf**, ft?. JH. tiii. OvLstsZ* r*si O'-tvE-wcssI t, MtiV.i:r;-»'I r.«sr l*j-,jr-r.-,i'^^' srr-.*. :A, CV*£ $****■« 7. livi'*? I'trHf x*. cv: Str^v:* F. *, 5/rJ: u fc-^b I'«*. Jy>. • ^rr.ryd ► sfc'U.r-*;, ft* ytar.b Eiysi A?t!*>!7 *. A^rsjtz Ttz. fy>c4h Vtrn ». Ksat^vrr., *£ Sv-«ib Yi»*ra. 22—MC.C r. Elk H 1LC.C. (fc^rvryi ty.-trjSi, a£ Rant Vf^Ihrv.. ~ 22—T- Yr.zjcx 'A W***, a*. E ^t 22—br.%iTzxt,*>r*\h *i B*. ru - » 22—LV. '&f.rj*A -... &£ Svslh paVc. SS--M4l:£7T. 12ill *. lUartbvrr.. ft*. S£ft>':rr.. H ^ r. jk. Eiidt, as B^sv^-L 22 !>'■• 4i Si. Kl*'U £2—G,aE^-TtrEft r. £/-':. M>. \/.-„t:x, %z S>v b I'tric. 22—C' „ S*tC*.i£ i^3AfS£L£L'lk) £2 C\*"H Ssr *>.*■ £?'.*. ,'4. 22—K/vj*! Pft*k t, Vlt'izf? I...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SECOND INVASION OF MARYLAND. I [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

KBOOHD INVASION OF MABVXAND. I Ibe optfmrild nid of Strijand Bfeafctn- ] tUgt into the North-Bottom Statot of ike j Vifoa,mpo(tad lait month, wot ootnpoatt j fid thot the Cenbteetot hem keen en-' counted to npeet the movement. It eo fcteMM evident tfaet them wet no adorn j IntonMea of m aitmri ovfeira «4 fegiS j northern (Mm Bah* ttopworid hive been imprudent ind fall of peril—» waste of strength, without any adequate re ward. But the objeots oontempiated by Oenersl Lee were triumphantly secured. The Confederates wanted oorn, provisions in general, horses, and military stores; and these they seised in abundance, and trans ported in safety to Richmond. They wanted to spy out and make manifest to the Government and people of the North the un protected state of the territory between Rich mond and Washington, and give the self confident l'ankees a thorough " scare." and in this they snoceeded to their hearts' con tent. Tbey were anxious tooompa! Grant to weaken his force before Petersbu...

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

W HISPERS OF PEiCE. Some abortive attempts at peace negotia tion* were set on foot about a month ago, at Niagara. Several distinguished Southerners, who were staying at one of the hotels across the border, wrote to Mr. Horace Greeley, who happened to be rejourning at another, that they were willing to go to Washington ana treat for peace. Messrs. Sanders. Jewett, and friends, however, admitted that they were not acting under authority—theireervioes were quite spontaneous. Mr. Greeley was equally a volunteer. Finding that they were not accredited by the Confederate Government, Mr. Lincoln sent his private secretary to Mr. Greeley, with a message addressed " to whom it may concern," to the efleet that he conld only negotiate upon the terms of a thorough restoration of the Union and the abolition of slavery. The correspondence abruptly termi nated at this point, the Confederate agente very properly refusing to enter upon a nego tiation of which the ba«is was pre-arranged by the opposit...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GRANT'S FAILURE AT PETERSBURG. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

GRANT'S FAILURE AT PETERSBURG. A great disaster has befallen the Federal arms at Petersburg, which the Northern partisans can by no ingenuity pervert into an advantage. Grant had been very quiet for several weeks, and beyond an occasional hint of siege operations, no one could form an idea of what that dauntless and tenacious general was scheming. It has since become known that for a whole month—from the 28th of June to the 28th of July—he was engaged in driving a mine under the fort which formed the chief point in the outer line of tho Confederate defences. The task was entrusted to Colonel Pleasants, a Penn sylvanian engineer. The design was gene rally known in the Federal camp, but appears to have been concealed from the Confede rates. When the work was completed, in order to confuse and distract General Lee, a considerable portion of the Federal army was transferred, as ostentatiously as possible, to the north bide of JameB Blver. The general impression from this movement was, t...

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

THE CAMPAIGN IN GEORGIA. The chief interest of the war has suddenly shifted from Virginia to Atlanta. Grant Is all at once eclipsed by Sherman. As the Northern Hercules will not give them victory, tiio diiipjuiliilml awH Federals. i& their despair, turn to the great General of the Sooth-west Perhaps he may prove to be their military saviour. Denied their co vetted Virginian grapes, they now affect to despise them as sour. It has broken upon them with all (he foroe and fresh ness of a diecovery, that the possessioa of Richmond is as nothing in comparison with the capture of Atlanta; and, accord ingly, the repeated defeats of General Grant and the hecatombe of victims sacrifioed throughout the campaign, am spoken of slightingly, ss mere minor and insignificant incidents in the great war drama, If the Georgian city does oat fall before thejpulasant Sherman, all will yet be well. Simulta neously, the Confederate estimate of the I n porfaaoe of the ■boggle- raging on this theatre...

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

CASTLEMAINE BACKS. At a meeting of the stewards held at Bed dard'e Boyal Hotel, on Monday erening, the following weighta were declared for the above races:— GBEAT CESTBS HASDICAP. Age et. lb. Ebor ... Musidom Falcon Playboy Mustang Return Bhylocfc Warrior Ida ... Chrysolite Mpolort Flying Buck Secuudus Cedric Fleur-de-lis Attila... Boebuck Boomerang Sign ... Lancer 9 4 6 9 4 a 9 4 a 8 12 a 8 12 6 8 6 a 8 6 4 8 2 6 8 2 4 8 0 6 7 12 a 7 9 7 6 7 4 7 2 7 4 6 IS 6 4 6 2 S 13 FBHrOB OF WALES STAKES. Age et. lb. a 9 9 6 9 4 a 8 12 6 8 4 a 8 4 4 8 2 4 8 2 r. 8 2 6 8 0 a 7 9 6 7 8 a 7 2 6 7 2 8 7 2 3 6 8 3 6 5

Publication Title: Australasian, The
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