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MELBOURNE BANKING CORPORATION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 November 1867

MELBOURNE BACKING ifoliPolRATIQN - The ordinuyj half yearly1 meeting of the shareholder of the1 Melbourne'* Bunking Oor p'oration, L'linitedj was held on 29th ult., at the batik office's. Queen street. ' The chairman of the company, the hon. J. P. Bear, lead the advertisement convening the meeting, and the following report . — ' The direotors have the pleasure of laying befoie the* shareholders the statement of accounts for',the past half-year, ending the 30th September, 1867, duly ceiti fitid by the auilitois. It.will bo seen on refei eaco to tho piofit nnd loss apcount that the balance of undivided profits for tlie half-yonr amounts to £10 431 16s,lld, a lesult which the duoetois consid« very satisfactory. Tbc direotois leootnmeud that' this amount should be appiopnated as4 ^follows : — To dividend at rafco of '10 per cent', and bonus at late of 5 pei cent, por aunum, together equal to 15'pei oent pel annum, ,£7500 ; to reservo fund .£1000 , to balance carried forwaid to present h...

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

T-APBIIMAKEBS' AGENOY.^-Mfe'ssrs ''Cowan & X . Co. ? respectfully intimate that they have dis poBod of their stock of paper and stationery - in Melbourne to. MeBsrs LEVY BROTHEES, and that 'the agency for their goods, hitherto hold byMossrs Gallendcr & Co., will in future bo conducted by them. ??? ? With - referehce : to tho -foregoing ' announcement, 'Mossrs Levy -Brothers beg to intimate that; pendwg additions to; their premises in Bdurke-Btroot, Messrs ? Cowan.ifc po.'s;ngoncy will.be' carried on by them as uoualat 83 Kmg-street, whore they will use their bOBt endeavors to merit continued support. ? ' Melbourne, Nov. 11; 18C7. : . .. .' / : : '' 21S 'TJ.DLE and INBIGESTION, SICK HEADACHE, JD FLATULENCY, HEAUTBUBN,' and all Bilious . and Liver.;' Affections,, are speedily' romoved by the use of. ; -. .:-;':--.;:-.;v. ;;;;-'.*iy;v-;-:v. ?,'... .. ..y;'-^:'-:^^N;TllBi^o'-p;^^i:pli^ which !hdvo ^ np'w.;be'erii'el'6^ ^ l5M6:hIg^oS^'OBtlmation -^al^assos.orrspelety;for;...

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THE NATIONAL BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 November 1867

THE NATlb^A?L ^Wjt,'^: The ninth half-yearly' meeting of'jtho, shiire hoidMs:, of the NatipnaKBank ^of Australasia wasi lieidrat the heU'd '.-_: ofpLcjfy. Colliris'r's'treet, 5th inst; ', Sir Franois'; Murpliy preiidedf'rThe report 'arid balanco sheet, which ..hqfe , already been published is this journal, were: read.; The chairman,' in moving: their adoption,' said'Ko Kelipved the shareh'pldersM had been furnished; with a full, fair ancl' honest statement of ' the operations of the bank Tduring;the. past* half year, ? and that proyision' had, been made for meeting ! any liability ; likely to .b'o , ' incurred. Mr Dill V seconded ^'the motion,1' which ''was carried/; Mr Carter' c'origratulated thp.me'et ingi upon' i:, the favorable 'prospects*7-; of ;' tho bank.' ,: Ho-] had providusly 'stated' that'ho would 7 not be satisfied ; ,!uritil 'tne.-.'-'Bharea reached'* flie price (£6) 'at'' which' they* were originally''' issued ; and; considering' their 'pre- sent-yaluo, ; he belioydd !...

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SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. VESSELS ARRIVED AT THE PORT OF MELBOURNE SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE OCTOBER MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 November 1867

SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. ? ... ;. .. ? — ? T ? , . V ? ; ? . . __ ...... :. VESSELS ARRIVED '.-ATI THE PORT OF MELBOUBNE SINCB THE DEPARTUHE OF THE OUTOBEtt MAIL; Opi'ODER. * ...... .-. ;. , 23. Clara; Sayers, bai'quo, 294 tins, Jaa. Brom nor, fromBatiivia U.' Griffith and Co., ! ' agents. t, '',.,',,,. . ; ,'., . ,.,' ,' .', 28. Albert Juras (buVsh) tbroo-riiasted schooner, . 200 toriB, O. Stadt dridbr, from Pbb'Cbow i Foo. E. Cohon arid Oo. agents. 29. Superb, ship, Blaokwdll line, 1451 tons, Ed. ; Jones, from London, via Start Point. W; P. Whice and Co., ngents. / '..,..'.'. . 31. Somersatsliira, b., 2342 tons, J :S. Aiwobd, fi'ptn London, ? via Plymouth. W. P. : White and ?? o., agents. . ... 31. Albert Victor, barque, 334 tons, D. S. Mai- shall,, from Fbo-Ohow- Fob. Boyd and . Currib, agents. .... ,.,-??? '. ?'- ? 31. Mataribr, Hamburg bhrquo, 300 tons, ,T. H Kalcklqsor, ? fr-. m , . Foo Chow. Foo. . E. ; ; v. Cohen and Co., agents. '.: ? ? .-? 31. Kaoor, shipj 742 tons. Jas. Be...

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THIRD DAY, SATURDAY, 2ND NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 November 1867

Triinb. Day, Saturday, 2nd November. The attractions of a steeplechase are some thing very much oldn to those of a highly spiced acrobdtio exhibition — like, say, the ' Lean .for Life' of the ? Lentons, or tho ^.Niagara Jueap!*,,bf the Martinettis. There is a ya|t ^limber of. jjbpplo who experience a peculiar amb'urif^o'f '.e^cjteme.rit ifrpm anything which j^opar^seslifeoriimbyjn a.steex-leohaso there jre. . ample bpportxinities . . fpr an indulgence in this inorbidity,,and h'enbe:it i?; that the last ^a'y.bf tlie. meeting always, succeeds in drawing to' the. course. ybfy^large., crowds ; for, .with an oijiipu,rit of discerrimbrit which, does them credit, iko, st«iwarda.&f, tlie Racing- Club always reserve this bonne bquclie fqr.cthe climax.I^tisthe son Sft'tiori act pi th'o draniti,, which!, is .supposed to .work ..up{l.the':. a'uiiierice J;of... the proper pitqli.bf ,pntliupifipm,;. arid .tb^pjfirig down the. p]artain1,amidlst ,a. very. ttMnder of .applause. Apa^t'.frp'ir...

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DUKE OF EDINBURGH'S VISIT TO ADELAIDE.—CHORUS OF 4000 CHILDREN. PRINCE ALFRED IN ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 November 1867

DUKE OF EDINBURGH'S, VISIT TO ADELAIDE. —CHORUS OF 4000 OHILDBEN. ? [FBOM A BKEXOH BY W. A. OAWTHOBNH.] — SBB PAGE 6» v$~?&*lJLi |y^K|^|lp ? [FBOM A BKEXOH BY W. A. OAWTHOBNH.] — SBB PAGE 6» v$~?&*lJLi |y^K|^|lp PBXNOEr ALFRED IN ADELAIDE: , Xfiiosi jtilE 'adelAIde adveiitiskSj ' not.- l.T' Ther lohg-lotiked-'fbr/ddy , Tias^cbniB atl'dkt,' nnd'tilk'giSB'd city.of ^delaideTias assumed* an appearance, 'she t-bas ? never .^presented ^before, and in , aJLprobability, jyil'l; not again exhibit f or. many.ybars to: comer .On Wednesday evening oar';oouritr^' cousins poured in pretty freely '; but tbis^inorhing there 'was 'it! perfect;' invasion. TJia|raiSa''' were crowded'. %Tho niail coaches' - were) not ohly;f it'll,' but oyer-fiilecTto' an' extent thai 'i-iiejx''a\7'dko- fdhrs!'hs 'ib tlie strength of axlB'trlE'os''(r'(iid ; pqwer ';bf : librae's j'.whUst'the1 fearful 'looking ' 'pyramids ' ..of ' human beiiigs ? piled f on lli&.rrq'ote Ml ' ttf* lnnny a'gpeeulat...

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

THE MONTH. We have got through another stage of the political crisis. The Appropriation Bill for the year having been a second time rejected by the Legislative Council, Ministers repolved on dissolving tbe Assembly, and appealing to the country. . In order that they might bo able to carry on the government after the dissolution, they introduced a temporary Supply Bill. Their measure passed the Assembly, of coarse, with out difficulty, but was rejected by the Council. A proposal was then made by a member of the majority, who had rejected the Supply Bill, to have the matter at issue between the two Chambers referred to a Conference ; but this, too, was negatived. Instead of either passing a temporary Supply Bill, or agreeing to a con ference, the Council adopted, the coarse of transmitting an address to the Queen, in which they request her opinion as to the propriety of the Barling Grant. At the meeting of Parliament on the 8th inst., the Chief Seoretary read the correspondence whicb ...

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PRINCE OF WALES'S BIRTHDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 November 1867

iPRiNCEVoF.WALES'S BIRTHD:Ay;. ,.i ?,, The : birthday of the Prince of Wales 'wa's made ' Uxo- occasion -for: a partial holiddjr. bij 9th; inst'; .'^Tfie.jpjiiljlio^niind' is,; so engfosso^ with t|ie, preparations for ilie visit of thp.Dukp. of Edinburgh, ^os to manifest .,, an intlisposjtion to commemorate,, an; event iof comparatively1' ? minor .? impbrtanco.' ' Yot' ; there 'was- aiv air of : animation throtfghout, tho city.'. THerb wns . ^4y .'Kwitity o£ .buhfcig cijspiayed, and' flaga ,df.,o'yerj hub and device ;gailyLiluttered in .the breeze. The Royal Standard wn3 hoisted abovetho Treasury buildings, diid at the varifflii's consular office's the flags of tlieir rcspectivb couhtries ,were displayed. ;i Business, libweyer,' %yns. only partially snspondcdi , It, is too.great, a snorifice.for the retail .twiclesman-to closoJiis'i 'establishment on a Saturday evening to justify any imputation of disloyalty.^ But -.t]ie'_baii.k3., tlie Government' offices,, and the' law courts, wer...

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SECOND DAY, FRIDAY, 1ST NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 November 1867

Second ' Day, ' FBcbiy.; '? 1st NovBMBEn.' , After a feast like that which was presented to the public who patronised the racecourse on Thursday,, ,it;. is not surprising _ that on Fri day there was not a plethora of people present to witness what turned but to be'a very medioor'b day's sport. The weather was not by any means so pleasant as that of the previous day, the sun beating down with relentless power on the heads of those who were exposed to it, and a strong northerly wind blowing un clouds of.dust which in a very short time mad o it difficult to ascertain whether or riot people amongst whom you. mixed were civilised Europeans or dusky warriors from the . plains of Northern America, dressid up for the occasion in .the fashionable :. cpstutne_pf the day. Under these circumstances, it wai riot easy to be jelly, and in order to Keep up the. rieisesfjary. amount of steam, freqaent refer enoe tijad^ to( .. bo made to tho Pavilion, TOft ..;iiibse. j who had charge of; the bars tpe...

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VICTORIA RACING CLUB SPRING MEETING. FIRST DAY, THURSDAY, 31ST OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 November 1867

vigtoeia eagingclub spking '-':?:;??-?-?-?????; meeting-:'-:'-; '??;.; :\ ..'.: First Day, Thubsday, 31sr Octobeh. It has come and it has gone. The -event which has been babbled about for any( time the last four inontlis ; which lias beenr prophesied about, and ' on which thousands of pounds have ? for some time : been: hanging in the balance, is written off 'the books /of the booKmolcers, and talked about as. a'bygbrip fact' by ; .those^cmt-' sidew'who ' tnalce their gamej!! without refer-, ence to ihe mysterious utterances of the-, tip? sters.r We, have .had, our little spin ; have once more given a splendid prize1 to be con veyed by steamer to New SoutK Walei, aud; if wo are not satisfied withi the: 'd'efeat; we..; have sustMn'ed^we. ought to lie. Fishiipok'sL treble vic|or^^_ has-been \ amply, .avenged, ..for the blue \ ribbon - ? of .» the : '? Victorian' ? Turf has ???;: been ,;? ^wrested -from our hands; Onr- field' of weeds let loose did i[oS thlii time. turn up' a ;T6^boy,'...

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INUNDATION OF THE TOWNSHIP OF MOHIKINUI [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 November 1867

INUNDATION OF THE TOWNSHIP OF : \ MOHIKINUI ? ;. . The following telegram is dated Q-reymouth, 2i3th/ Optbber :-^-u The s.s; Kennedy, whilst discharging cargo at Mohikinui, on -Friday last, broke from her moorings, and' was carried stern foremost out to sea. After struggling some time in the breakers and ship ping- :8overnl heavy seas she managed to get l',olear ; away. Tho superintendent piE ;;Nels6n//an'di . several officials were on IVo'ardi-j.'.Th'e^iriate of the Kennedy was left on shpreJV.'./^Inlrefererice! to the above tho West' poriJTimek of. the 26th Ootober, supplies tho following :—' It appears that great excitement was occasioned at the Bdller on Friday night by^ the/'.'ramored. destruction of the town of '' Mohikinui ? by water, and the total joss./ of the steamship Kennedy, which it'/^as said had gone down stern fore-; mo'st.j '..The' Westport, Times office was tfiroriged .by eager' inquirers anxious to ascertain tho truth or otherwise; of the state ment, as it was wel...

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MADAME CELESTE'S FAREWELL BENEFIT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 November 1867

MADAME _ OE&BgTE:S_ FAREWELL BENEFIT. It is not pleasant to have to tuko a last fare well' of a popular notor or actress. Long association familiarises yon with them, and by-and-by yon como to look for their presence amongst you as almost a necessity. When they go they leiv\ e a blank, which is sometimes never tilled. We have had one sucli blank left on our colonial stage ; theie is ono pedestal empty ; ono name whose very mention ennses a sigh from those who know and lovod hei. Wo hare bid farewell to Madame Celesta now, and witk that farewell there is a void created which cannot be filled. If G. V. Brooke is our heio of tiagedy or of comedy, Mudamo Celeste, in time to como, will be the heroine of that class of diaina which she has made so pecuhaily her own. With her depaitnre is snappod a link which bound many of our colonists to the past, for it is not likely that any of her contempoiaues will ever travel southward in search of fame. It is plensiug to bo ablo to locoid th...

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THE POLITICAL CRISIS. CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR AND THE CHIEF SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 November 1867

THE^CtorbAL-tbRISIS. CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR AND THE CHIEF SECRETARY. The folio wing correspondence on the crisis was read by Mr M'CuUooh in the Assembly immediately before the prorogation of Parlia ment': — . ? MINUTE FOR HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR. ' The Chief Secretary informs his Excellency the Governor that tho Supply Bill passed by the Legislative Assembly has been rejected by the Legislative Council. No parliamentary supplies are therefore now at the disposal of the Governmentj'ahd they are unable to meet the current publio expenditure. -This condition of affairs and the causes whioh have produced it have confirmed the opinion of Mb Excel lenoy's advisers that under existing circum stances the differences between the Houses could not bo solved by prolonging the session, and without suoh ? a solution parlia mentary supplies aro unobtainable. ' His Excellency's advisers do ' : not ' underrate the gravity of. the crisis or the' detri ment to the publi...

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ANGLERS' PROTECTIVE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 November 1867

ANGLF-RS' PKOTECTJVE SOCIETY. r-TJi.o lnonthly moeting of this society was liPm oA' 'i8tji i'iS'sli1; 'Colonel Champ in tho chair. There' wero' also' pre^btlt Messrs ^l. Brady, H. 61 Frasei-V H. Teinpie'ion; pJ..G-\ iQBnle, and J. JeUyes; honordry Becrotairy. : Thp mintat^oi the previous meeting \ypro read and confirin,p-l. '^iA. letter was .read from tho Acclimatisation.;. So- ciety,' .pnolbsiiig , copy of 'jx lpitei-j recoiyed:.'by them, ni which the attention of the society \yds ciijlotl tp.cusos of illegal netting. in. the, Stilt water River. The honorary, secretary was .in? strueted to write to Mr Levy, stating. .that, ijio society had. been, informed that sPra-9 of his men, are id, the habit of . nsiiig lpi^g lines ..^ in... fhe river, and requesting bim to ]take..^boi,,np()e^sury! steps to have tho,'pra,b; tico disopnti.iiued. ?'.? A, copy of a letter prpppspd to be so^it; to Mr Wi.H. Brpugh.ani^^seoroijiry of the. Thames; Angling Preservation ,f3ocielyj requesting a copy of ...

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VITAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 November 1867

' VITlti STATISTICS^ From' thbj^egistr^.Ge^'erai'airepbri; on tlie vital etafis'ticB.of vMelboiirno and suburbs. during the month- of .^ogtpinberj we ietjrh/tliat ,ttie deaths during, itlln,^', period amounted' tq, 235i being.a .daily avora go ;bf.7.83. . ., .'JCiip ri'uiuber, of deaths was slightiy./aboYP ^e.avferage, tuttlie daily rute, wiis lpwer'th'an ip/A.jigjlat. ,Tlie,folJ idwing.returri shows the, fluipjbor pf j^oatiiS'.pf persons under and over five yejira pljagotjuriiig the month of Spptember,,'iri.tuci sfali^tipaf Aia trict of. Melbohrne and Buburbs^ari.d4n eacu pf th'e/sub-.districts!.!of .which'! it is; oqinp^spd ;— Melbpurjiy. Ipr^iperj 63; East. '3\IeUio'nrnp,'^2 ; North ' Melbourne ; and . Cdrlton,,, $7, j J Fitzroy municipaiityj' 5-'l ;i fitist kCpiUngwpod, '.25 i^i-ih- mond, 15 ; JiliA- JiUft gturislj (remdinderpf), 9 ; South Yarrii, pnd ,Prali*an, ? 2{- ; .fimerald-liill and SimdrttgOj'ljS-;, Btv'gilda .jthd: Brighton, 16 ; Doutta Odlliv! anft K^jjo^^ ^ ^.Boro'ond...

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RANSOME'S PATENT STONE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 November 1867

RANSOME'S PATENT STONE COMPANY. ,i Several of the loading architects in the 'city attended on 2Sth iilt, at the office of the com pany, 141 Flinders-lane west, for the purpose of witnessing the manufacture of the patent stone, and inspecting mdunfactured specimens. The. result of the experiments xhnde was most satisfactory,' and all the gentlemen present ex pressed /their favdrable opinion of the stone for buildtng purposes, and more especially upon its adaptability for ornamental cornices, dressings .for brickwork, &o. Tho company will be pre pared to produce the material in block's or forms of any required dimensions, but for the preseut they confine their operations principally to tne.manufaiotureof ornamental work. : The stono'is nianufa'ctured of ordinary sand, bnali or bth'er, mineral substauceS; which- are firmly cemented by the process, employed into a solid, liard and , lndestructiblo muss. ' The process of manufacture is exceedingly simple, thongh based on tlio mos...

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ROBBERY OF THE PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 November 1867

T R-3BBERY bl?i13C;HE PRINCJBiif Sjjj^tt;THB^s.A^-iMisran'ii^y?!iW^;i8i?lfe fepfifcMderabje^^ ?.ofi;^id^y|iiSd^^atfilCiWSM^^^^^^^ ;Sl;mc|i/a ;^al^v^^ft®^-les^ bebtMfibriliayjnKliibec^'cpfi^Sn^ Mwap|gf^b^^ffl|^l^il^iw^He IpdatFSgr^^ of the . .oa|ov.'*ds'::Jir; 'as -wocan gilthbr; ? tire' as follows;: — Iii April last several rplffieries^. tooktipj&ce :at. . i^prthv Adeiai4ei«the^ell§@cel^f^yi®^Er ierSdjimon^q£li'er8i-y7N6 tritce of the perpe .tratbra bbutdbb bbtaineill- until Thursday last. 17th™NoybTni)!^:wiiba^cPrgpi;ai Dbyieiwhbhns ? cliorgo;oJE; ,t^e)Nf^Fhi;jLftbittife Jfxo rt^ ^^caattalijiafo^matj op ^e*;;o1j.tMnpd{frPui h ?^'e^tlomanB.-^gited-tihej^ -'of ' Messrs LickerVttndPfaendieJS Ruhdib;-stroi-tv wlieie jio _? feflriied-^ -'.tiiiit . d musicdl-box lid'd been ilefiraifevvvdays pi-pvipuBly for rPp'nir. Finding;;thnt it'-SDrreBpondbd with tho'despi-ip-' tipii of i.bne jTakenfrpni ',3irr Kirkpatrick, Doyle i returned ? -to ' ;|he -;sli6p^|n;-tue evening; of the saihe d...

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THE DUKE AT THE LAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 November 1867

THE DUKE AT THE LAKES'.' We condense the'followin^;froin'th8 jSoitf/f: Australian Register' oi th'e'.18th iust i-~— ^ ? i i ? It has already been onnounoed that iir defer-' erice te a wish expressed in high nnaTters that ' the trip of the Prince to the Lakes should, be considered private, the reporters for the* press who at first accompanied him returned -to Ade laide. It is therefore entirely- out. of thoquesv tion to attempt any thing like a detailed account of the Prince's movements. ; -;-r- v -?!; --?'.-:? S( ?.???'' ;?'?? }'/r ? ?jd On :,' We'dnesdayVnight,' as fl&eady; announced'.1 JhisjEoyal- Highness stayed 'at Campbell; House:; 'The next morning he ^andtlie' ' party. reniiining ?with him x-esumod their sport, 'and thut night reached a place known as'tbe Tatiara Waters lible: ,' Through some blundering akin to that' ?wluch characterised the 'management of mat ters throughout, the tents. /did not arrive, until .'jtoo. late an hour .to be. pitched, and the Royal Duke a...

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CONCLUSION OF THE CEREMONY AT THE TREASURY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 November 1867

CONCLUSION OP THE CEREMONY AT THE TREVSURY At tho Treasuiy tlio soene was also veiy Brand, but the effect was somewhat marred by tba pressui o of the inas9 to get near enough to aeo and heai what was intended to bo the olosingror tne oitieiui ceremony ot tue any I At twenty minutes to two o'clock £hc Polo's oniuige lulled in front of tho Trea I .prj. building Accompimed bv his Excel I jenoj u»il Ins suite ho ascended the steps and pissed into tliu mtuiior of the bull hug, whoio Jio rein nucd for about »n hour Ou the pint' form outtilo oreotoil on the fiont stops of tlio l-niWit-(J tttl° issoinblol the members of tho Le ibl itive Council, membeis of tho Legisla tiro AasLinbl) , tlio judgis, consuls, chiefs of the Univoisit), * mous officiuls, with a largo I number of Indies His Roytl Kijhncss, on ap PLariuj poainf advanced hulf way lowaids the fiont of tho plitfuim, and, lifting his hat, bo-e-l itpeitertly to tlio people in pcknowlodg jacnt of the cheers with which lio was erected Sn...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE TRIP OF THE VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 26 November 1867

THE TRIP OF THE VICTORIA.' Her Majesty's colonial steamsloop Victoria, under the command of Captain Norman, and bearing, in addition to ' his Excellency the Governor, a select , company of military mag- ' nates, .Ministers of tho Crown, ex-Ministers of ? the Crown, and- others who were not, had not been, and had no expectation of being Minis-, tars of the Crown at all, cast off. from , her moorings near the Sandridge Town Pier, about three o'clock on Friday afternoon. . In the teeth of a strong southerly breeze, sho Bteamed to her destination, Queenscliff, in three hours and a,'c[uarter. The trip was barren of' events of even minor interest. Anchor having been cast about half a mile from the shore, the party, with the exception of his Excellenoy the Governor, his Excellency's suite, th.e gentle men of the military department and Professor Halford, landed and ' proceeded to Adman's Australasian Hotel, which had been taken for the night by the Deception Commission. ' It was expected t...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News For Home Readers
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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