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STICKING UP OF THE SYDNEY MAIL BY BEN HALL'S GANG. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 October 1864

STICKING-TTP OF THE SYDNEY MAIL BY BEN HALL'S GANG. On Monday morning last, news reached Gundagoi that the down Sydney mail was stuck up by Ben Hall, Diinleavy, and the Old Man; From various sources we have gleaned the following particulars, which may be relied on as being accurate., Tt seems: that, on Sunday evening, about five p.m., when the mail coach was about a mile and a half the Ydss side of the Jugiong toll-bar, it was ordered to stand in the usual orthodox manner, by presenting a con vincing show of revolvers, and, of coarse, this order was complied with without delay., Ben Hall, who, from bis long and varied experience in the mail-robbing business, has beoome quite an adept dt it, then ordered the mail bags to be brought by the mailman to a little gully a short distance off the road, where he had three travellers whom he had bailed up while waiting for the mail to come up. -He speedily opened the mail bags, and emptied . their contents on the grass, and picked out all regi...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EUROPEANS AND CHINAMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 October 1864

EUROPEANS AND CHINAMEN.. The Maryborough.and Dunolly Advertiser draws a comparison between the EuroxJean- and Chinese miners,, which is: certainly not very flattering to the former. Our contemporary observes :— ' There is something: positively humiliating, in . the . way in which European stupidity, cowardice (for.it deserves that, epithot) and want of enterprise, suffer them selves, to be rebuked by an exhibition: of the opposite qualities, on the part of the despised Chinese. This: has been signally illustrated on the Wet Lead, at Majorca, where some European miners sold'their claims (on. account of the wet) to a number of Chinamen, for £5 a man ; and, as wo are informed,; the first washing gave the shrewd and energetic Celestials £75 a man! They might well exclaim ' Englishmen no good— too much lazy';. Chinamen buy all- up.'. And small, blame to the Chinamen for. so doing. To complete their triumph, it is only necessary that some, of the Chinese , 'bosses' should: employ our coun...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIP BUILDING ON THE YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 October 1864

SHIP BUILDING ON THE YARRA. There has just been launched on the Yarra, below the Falls, a fine brigantine, of some 200 tons measurement, which i has been in coni'se of construc tion at the yard of Watson, M'Auley and Co., during the last fourteen months. This vessel affords a striking illustration of the value of co-operative labor, the whole of the work— from the drafting of the vessel to the laying of the last plank— having; been performed by seven working men, who consti-. tute the proprietary. The , undertaking has been quite, a' speculative one, and upon the measure of success which the experiment meets with, in the dis posal of the .results ; of their labor, will depend, iii: a great degree, the development of this branch, of industry.; One of the peculiarities of the enterprise is. that tho. vessel is constructed entirely of colonial wood, the whole of her frame, together with beams, stanchions, knees, &c, being built of blue and red gum. and box, which was cut by the...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE PETITION OF THE RIVERINE ASSOCIATION TO THE QUEEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 October 1864

THE PETITION OF THE BIVERINK ASSOCIATION TO THE QUEEN. At the lost meeting of the council of the Eivcrinc Association, held on tho 4th inst., a, petition to her Majesty the Queen, praying that Biverina might be created an independent colony, was adopted^ W& extract the following portion of the petition wnioli relates to . the border difficulty. After referring to the trade of the district, the document reads as follows;— ^ Your petitioners have to represent that this largo trade, in reliance on which a large amount of capital has been invested, is at the present moment in danger of being greatly disturbed, owing to serious disagree ments to which. U has given rise between the Govern ments of Victoria and New South Wales. .'Aatate of affairs exists ?which' demands the prompt interference of your Majesty's Government. Since the year, 1855' freo trade across the border has' been carried pn .be tween your petitioners and the inhabitants of Victoria. This arrangement was ihade be...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NEW LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 October 1864

1 THE NEW LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. The following table . shows the districts which have already returned ' members to the new Legis lative Assembly,, and' also gives the. names 'of the members bo returned :— ? Electoral District. . No. .Members lteturned. Bolhousie , ? 1 J. Sands Bundas nnd I'ollett.. . . . . 1 G-. Rurbairn Evelyn ? 1 J. Thomson* B-tarinri--..:.;...... .a.{j;ggg;--; : Gipps Laud North ...... 1 William JPearsoa Gippa Land South . .'. .' . . I ? V. Snodgrass* GrenviUe, North .....;... 2 {JS^ ?Morningtoa ? ........ 1 J. M'Culloch* Maldon ? 1 John Bamsay* Mandurang. ......:...... 2 {f | |^n, Murray District ....:... 1 John Oix* Normanby ? 1 G. C. Levey* Polwarth and 8. Grenvillo 1 J. H. Connoxv Rodney ? '. ? : 1 ?'; John Macgrogor Kipon and JZaxopden .... 1 . Is1. Longmore (V. Lalor* South Grant . . . ......... 3 - J. B. Hopkins (W. N. M'Cann* SouthBourlce .......... 2.^^ ViUiersandHeytesbmy.. 2 If^j^, (J.T. Smiths ?West Bourie ? . 3 ?- J. C. Biddell* '.'?'??...'. lM.L.Kjn...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE QUARTERLY REVENUE RETURNS FOR VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 October 1864

THE QUARTERLY REVENUE RETURNS FOR VICTORIA. The following is the comparative statement of the not revenues of Victoria, . reoeived : into the Trea sury, Melbourne, during and on account of the quarters and years ending the 30th September, 1863 and 1864, respectively:— ? Uuarter ending Year euclmg Heads or Kevehde. ? Sopt.- 80 ?ept. 30 Sept. i Sept. 30 '?:'.-; .-','? . ,1883 1864 1863 1801 : I.— Customs, . Import Dutioa— £ £ £ £ On Spirits ? 124,639 131,7 f.4 198,21 521,861 Wine ? 10,044 12.82G 44,180 49.V47 .. Beer. ? 10,581 8,350 63,044 40,033 Tobucoo and snufl 29,077 36,369 122,272 180,189 Cigars ? : ? 2,274 8,170 IO,004 1S.U73 Tea ? 17,098 l|i,2O8 87,027 U6,f32 Ruprar and molasses 26,931 28,512 127,265 1UG,0i6 'Coffeo ? 2,570 2.834 12,101 11,033 Opium ? 5,170 C.G23 24,(42 81,521 Bice ? 3,004 2,7 '3 18,843 16,028 J)ried fruits ? 3,155 5,366 . 14.6H9 18,294 Hops ? 1,702 812 6,819 4,016 Malt ? 3,081 2,608 8,1)87 8,191 ? Sheepwasli Tobacco 048 1,038 4,603 6,674' Wharfage nnd Har- ? b...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW TOWN HALL, ADELAIDE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 October 1864

NEW TOWN HALL, ADELAIDE i SOUTH AUSTRALIA. &$&&&&&&.-*'?? The province of. South Australia was established, by Act of Parliament, in the year 1835, and on. the 23rd of December in the following year, 1836, the colony was proclaimed by the first Governor, John Hiridnmrsh, Esq., captain, R.N. The metropolitan: city of Adelaide was incorporated in the year 1840, bat, owing to adverse circumstances incidental to a young colony, the corporation did not succeed, and| in three or four years ceased to exist. A commission! was then- appointed by the Government to administer' the affairs of the city -until, the year 1849, when) Adelaide was again incorporated. A '-suitable hall and offices being required, the council, with the consent of the citizens, determined to erect it at a' ccst not exceeding £20,000. A view of the front elevation is herewith presented, and the following particulars of the building and tower — which latter has beer...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WRECK OF THE BRIG FOAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 October 1864

WRECK OF THE BKIG FOAM-; -'?' By the coach which arrived fromLaunceston yes terday inorning, Captain Lodwell, the chief ofiicor and part of the crew of the wrecked brig Foam returned to Hobort Town, and from the captain wo have obtained the following details respecting the unfortunate occurrence. The vessel went ashore on the south west side of Clarke's Island at about half-past three a.m. on Tuesday last. The wind at the time was S.W and by W-, blowing a gale, with a heavy sea running. The vessel was under double reefed topsails :' the weather being very thick a strict look out was kept, the mate being on the foretopsoil ' yard, and a man in the bow. The captain expected shortly to sight the light obi Swan Island, and the; vessel was bearing S.E. The atem.iras given ' breakers right ahead,' and almost immediately afterwards :the vessel touched. The helm was put down instantly with a view to bring her round, but, unfortunately, she missed stays, and on wearing they found themselves ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MB HARGBEAVES, THE DISCOVERER OF GOLD IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 October 1864

MB HARGREAVES, THE DISCOVERER OF GOLD IN VICTORIA. Mr Edward Hammond Har greaves was born at Gosport, in Hants, on 7th Ootober;^ 1614. in the house of 'his v maternal grandfather, Major Whiteomb, who is at present residing at Wamiato, Bay of Islands, New Zealand. The boy Edward was educated at Brighton Grammar School,. and at an early age entered the merchant maritime service,. in whioh he continued three years. He emigrated to New South: Wales in 1831, and has gene rally been resident in that colony to the present period, liaving spent the greater por tion of his time in pastoral and agricultural pursuits, though at one time he tried the timber trade. In 1849 Mr Hargreaves joined the rash to California, and worked as'a miner on the newlydisco vered gold-fields there, with fair success. From what he observed in that country, he came to the conclusion that there was plenty of gold in N ew South Wales, and he -wrote to bis friends to that effect. Nothing, however, at' that time, came ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CASTING OF THE BRONZE STATUE FOR THE BURKE AND WILLS MONUMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 October 1864

CASTING OF THE BRONZE STATUE FOR! THE BURKE AND WILLS MONUMENT: ; Our English readers will probably remember thai a sum of £4000, was some months ago voted by the' late Parliament to. defray the: cost of la statue, id onr late explorers, Burke and 'Wills, who perished in the neighborhood of Cooper's Creek, ion their return from the first successful expedition across the ! central continent of Australia. The deBign selected was that proposed by Mr Summers, the well-known sculptor — and consists of two gigantic figures of the explorers, mounted on a massive pediment on the four fades of which are bas-reliefs. Wills is. presented sitting with his note-paper on his .knee, engaged taking down the observations of ; Burke, who is standing erect earnestly looking towards the horizon— -as if ' discerning the ocean beyond the coast line of the Gulf of Carpentaria — to the vicinity of which the two heroio comrades are supposed to have penetrated. Burke's right hand Tests on Wills' shoulder, wh...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 October 1864

|aI-VBKTISEMKNT.J. . . The Decisive Battlks.op thb Woblb.— - A Pacific Victory.— A distinguished English scholar has given us a graphic account of what ho calls the fifteen decisive' bartles of 'the world,; from. Marathon ? to- Water-; loo. Would . that some author, competent to the task, could give us an equal life-like description of the deci sive' battles which enlightened philanthropy has fought against prejudice, egotism, and false, principles.. We ido not know .what contest would form the' Marathann of snob, a series, but should be -inclined to , yield- to'- , Professor Holloway the honor of its Waterloo. ? Lithe face of 'tho most determined opposition ho has estab 'lishe'd the fame of his great remedies in all countries.' They have been announced by every, farm of advertis ing which tho ingenuity of man could conceive,1 and -. once made known, their extraordinary curative powor ' has given them a reputation that cannot be shaken.' In this country, wherever liver, - stomach, o...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VIEW OF HOBSON'S BAY FROM THE GOVERNMENT RAILWAY, WILLIAMSTOWN. VIEW OF HOBSON'S BAY, FROM THE GOVERNMENT RAILWAY, WILLIAMSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 October 1864

VIEW OF HOBSONIS BAY FROM THE GOVERNMENT. KAIL WAY, WILLIAMSTOWN [FROM A PHOTOGRAPH BY RIDER, WILLIAMST0WN1— aan paob 4, [FROM A PHOTOGRAPH BY RIDER, WILLIAMST0WN1— aan paob 4, VIEW OF HOBSON'S BAY, FROM THE GOVERN MENT RAILWAY, WIIi LIAMSTOWN. Williamstown is . one . of the most important suburbs and dependencies of Melbourne, and is situated at the mouth of the Yarra on its left; bank, where it debouches into Hob son's Bay. This important place, once contemptuously known as the fishing village has rapidly extended its dimen sions and enhanced its business since the discovery of the gold fields, and has kept pace in its rapid improvement' with the rest of the colony. It has been ohosen as a residence by many persons whose livelihood is derived from traffio with the shipping lying in the Bay. Here are victuallers and dealers in everything that can be re quired in the shape of provi sions, clothing, &o., for those who are attached to the vessels or have taken passages in them...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE HUNT CLUB STEEPLE CHASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 October 1864

MELBOURNE HUNT CLUB STEEPLE ?;!?, ??,. :..,?-:.??'-??-. CHASES. ?-. ? ???? ' ? The annual steeplechases of the Melbourne Hunt ?dub took place on 1st insfc., on the Melbourne raee ? coarse. Although the number of events was smull, and' the horses some of them not of the first class, a large number of spectators attended,- who 'had the plea sure of witnessing some of the best steeplechasing over exhibited on the Melbourne course. Stimulated -by the beauty of tho weather, and the promise on the part of the stewards that the strictest punctu ality would be observed, the visitors were: eirly on the ground ; the arrivals commencing as soon as ?one o'clock. The railway: being on this oecasibn -closed, the public, with the .-exceptional* few who 'walked to the course, availed .themselves of the ac ?comniodation afforded by public vehicles,* a larger number of which were observed than on any similar ?occasion for afcjeast four years. Indeed tho aspect ?of the course during the afternoon and ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ELECTIONS. THE SOUTH PROVINCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 October 1864

THE ELECTIONS. THE SOUTH PROVINCE. The following are the complete. returns of the polling for tho election of a member to represent this province in the Legislative Counoil. It will be seen that1 Mr Pettett has been returned by a majority of 228 :: — -..?.-? ','.'? . Power. Pettett. Anderson's Creek..., 1 . . 8 Bacchus Marsh .... 11 .. 80 ; Ballon, North. ? 10 ?'?-.... 3 ' Beveridge. ......... 9 . -. 17 ' Blackwood ........ 1 -.. 4 Borbondara, A .... 35 ..62 Brighton West .... 32 . . 39 Brighton East ...... 1 .. 19 Broadmeadows ? 2 . .' 13 Brunswick ? 40 .. 26 Brushy Creek ...... 0 .. 5 Bulla ? 9 .. 12 ' Bulleen;. .......... 5 .. 13 Bylands ........... 2 .. 4 Campbellfield ? II .. 25 Caulfield ........... 4 .. 2 Corinella ?-. .? ? ? 5 . . 1 . Cranbourne ........ 18 .. 10 Dandenong, East.-. . . 5 .. 12 Dandenong, West ?.. 6 .. 2 Darebin ...... ....... ? ° 4 .. 8 Diggers' Rest ..;.... 2 ..2 Donnybrook . .... . . .9 . . ' 18 . Eltham.. ? 6 .'. 11 Epping ............ 5 .'. 16 Essendon ....

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EXPLORATION OF THE WESTERN COAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 October 1864

EXPLORATION OF THE WESTERN COAST. The following report on the exploration of the Western coast has heen published: — Goranf-amite, Turner's- ? Station, 26th Septem ber, 1864.— Sir, — I 'have the honor to- acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 7th iust., enclosing a tracing of the coast line frpm Gape Otway to Warr nambool. I am happy to in'orm you that we safely arrived at Oolac on Friday night, after crossing the ranges from Capo Otway to the Colao andWarmani bool road. Accompanied by Mr Murray and Mr Chappie, of the Cape Otway station, I left our camp ou the Air e rivor on Monday, 19th inst., and, taking our swags and provisions, proceeded for about ten miles up tho river, to the creek wo reached on 31st July, of which I gave a description in my last report. Here we arrived just in time to con struct a mia-iuia of ferntvee leaves, and camp for the night. Next morning started, from the junction of the creek with the Aire, and took a direction about N. 20° TV., keeping the r...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 October 1864

Cueious Specimen of Quaktz and Gold.— At the gold office of the Oriental Bank may be seen a curious specimen, which consists of a mixture, of black and white quartz and cold. The portion* of black quartz is as dark and bright in appearance as jet. The specimen wa3 fou»d by a miner named WilUams in some tailings which he was washing, at the head of. Specimen Hill, Long Gully. — Bandigo Advertiser, October 3. ..... ' A Paying . Speculation. — A gentleman, : well known as ono of Victoria's leading politician*), re cently purchased 20,000 stieep at Queensland, which are now; moving hitherwards, and upon the purchase money of which'he haa just been offered a cl-ar profit of £7000. It appears that the Queensland country is overstocked; and that the sheep in ques- - tion were purchased as low as 4s per head. They are in fair condition, and carry nearly 4s worth of wool each, on their backs. The matter in this case evidently is not ' all cry and no wool!'- — Daily News, September 30. : A Hu...

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TERRIFIC GALE AND TOTAL WRECK OF THE BRIG GERTRUDE AND SCHOONER JAMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 October 1864

TERRIFIC GALE AND TOTAL WRECK OF THE BRIG GERTRUDE AND SCHOONER JAMES. The weather for the last few days has b een very over caBt and threatening. Thursday was particularly dull, with little or no wind ; towaards evening a slight breeze came from the westward, accompanied by showers, but notwithstanding the threatening aspect of the weather, a large number of vessels took their departure. On Friday the wind shifted round to the south-west, rain ing steadily all day. The masters of vessels evi dently did not . expect the coming storm, as seve ral got ?underway, and proceeded to sea; amongst whish were the barque Tybeo ; brigs Ensign, Ger trude, Water Lily, Thames, and Drover ; schooners Atlantic and James ; steamers You Yangs' and Lowestoft, and others. At six o'clock, when the steamer Paterson left, there was only a light breeze from the southward, with smooth sea. Shortly, after ten o'clock, the inhabitants, were somewhat alarmed by what appeared a salvo of artillery; so great was ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROBBING THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 October 1864

ROBBING THE MAILS. Stidring-up the - Sydney mail conches and ran sacking the mail-bags for valuable letters has for some time been a favorite occupation with the bushrangers of New Sonth 'Wales. Owing to the arrest of several of the worst of these ruffians the practice was becoming rather infrequent, but it appears, lately to have been, again revived, and only a few days ogo the Albury mail was plundered by a gang -which has recently committed ,, many simi lar depredations. The engraving represents the conch approaching the foot of the hill where the robbers have placed themselves in nmbush. « Q B B J N Q '.TJSJS MAlh, « Q B B J N Q '.TJSJS MAlh,

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PORT ALBERT, GIPPS LAND, VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 October 1864

PORT ALBERT, GIPPS LAND, VICTORIA. Port'Albertjis. the inlet for goods- conveyed by sea, and the oaUet for wool, gold, timber and other exports, of South Gipps Land. It accom modates for shipping purposes a popula tion of between six and seven thousand, a large proportion of whom are engaged in mining on the quartz reefs and in tho alluvial gullies recently discovered in many parts of the mountainous regions of Gipps Land. So great has been the inte rest taken in this country of late months that numerous prospecting and exploring parties — some at the public cost, and some privately out-fitted— have been engaged in the arduous task of searching for new reefs and gold deposits. Rumors of successful ? findings^ likely hereafter to prove valuable, have been freely circulated and extensively believed in Melbourne, and many persons with capital have, it is said, been induced to embark in some of these speculative enterprises. Among . other schemes that have been mooted and taken in hand ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 October 1864

' Change' Wahtbd.^Oji Saturday last, a gentle man at Taradale, went to tako a ticket at the rail way office, to proceed to Castlemaine. ? Ho had not enough silver about ' him ' to ' pay his fare, and ten dered a pound note, but she officer of that depart ment distinctly refused to give him change for it. On a Sunday it was difficult to obtain change, and, probably, the traveller would have been left behind had not » gentleman from Eohuoa kindly lent the man. enough of silver to' obtain the ticket, until he reached Castlemaine, whon the money was returned. In casa theyahould meet with similarly disobliging officialfl, oar readers should remember, when tra Tolling, to provide themaelvei with the exaot amount of tiuiix fexw.—Castlemaint Daily Nwt, Oet. 4. PADnroL AcorDBirr.— A man named Goorgo John son was admitted into the hospital, on Tuesday after noon, suffering front a sovero wound on the face, ?yrhich he ?? sustained, ? on .Friday last, at the Mon mouth Saw Mill, Whim. Holes, Bun...

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