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HAMILTON TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

HAMILTON TUBF OLUB. She following hone* here paid up their wewd intfelmeate for the undermentioned HiJUMoD Bonm ituto. Mr. Bobert Bogen'e ch e Alarm, King Alfred, d»m Delight. _ Mr, E. Henty'i br f Iady D»Mm»r, by Stanley. <bm lUry Queen. Mr. J. 'Wilion'* br f Mirend*,by Premier, den Matilda. . . . Mr. At Bromfield'e g f Bertha, by Boiardo, duo'* pedigree unknown, Mr. A. Bromfleld'e b f PhoBbe, by Peter "Wllkine, dam by Duke of Aigyla. Mr. J. B. Evans's b f Miriam, by Mariner, dam Bonnie Jane. Mr, F. Torer'e br f Marineria Daughter, by Mariner, dam and pedigree unknown. Mr. N. J. Uren'a br o Tht Millar, by Premier, dam Maid of the Mill. CT. LEOEB, Mr. C. Day'a b f Pawn (pedigree not eent). Mr. Duncan Bobertaon'a b o Birdcatoher, by Frank, dam Oracle. Mr. J. Wileon'e g f Maria, by Boiardo, dam Matilda. Mr. B. Bogers's b f Chatterbox, by Colonel, dam Cuahla Haeree. Meaara. W. and J. Bobertaon'a b e Morquio of Montrose, by Frank, dam Moaa Boae. Mr. A. Thomson's bl o Prince A...

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

SECOND DAY.—Stan*. Thi Arocx Town Flat*, of 10 nn. En trance, S sovt. Thitetnilea. Mr. Dodd'e b g Blair Athol 1 Mr.Setioriabg Minting ... 8 Mr. Hoonan'e b g Sir Btthard 1^» Hvbdh Bacu, of 80 aon. Entrmoe, 8 ton. Onemile and i half. Hula. Orer jumk»Aft.6in. high. Mr. Horr'a be Boral Charlie ... ... 1 Mr.Berlor't £ g Confederate 8 Mr.WeeleitfthgGay j| Gay 1M Mr. BkU'i b g Brftiin Boy • 7hi Oonoutzov Staew, of 18 eoya. En tctsoe, 80l One ode ana • half. Mr.fierior'e b gMuateng X lai Eascjn IIatojcat, a aweepataiw of 8 ton. cuk| wilt XS ton. Mdod. Bor all winnen during the preeent anting. Win nerthftbe Hack, Oooeolation, and Hurdle nee excepted. Two mike. Mr. Hotrt tog Odd Stocking ... ... 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

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Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AQUATICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

AQUATICS. Liez WENDOtrEEK.—On Saturday after noon Lake Wendouree wa6 the scene of a Tory interesting rowing match for four silver cups, between the Bdlarat Bowing Club and the Prince of Wales iiowing Club of Melbourne. A large number of people assembled round tbe margin of the lake to witness the contest, and speculation was busy as to tebe rsult. The match came off shortly after three o'clock, the names of tbe boatB' crews being as follows:— Ballarat—E. Williams (stroke oar), James Caxaly (3), H. Goligbtly (2), John Cazaly (bow), Henry Booth, coxswain. Melbourne— W. Manuel (stroke oar), T. Alexander (3), W. Marshall (2), G. H. Orford (bow oar), 8. Edwards, coxswain. It was decided that the race ehould be in heats, the boats to start from the upper end of tbe wide cutting. The win ning-post was fixed at the lower end of the cutting opposite the boat-house, the course being therefore about three-quarters of a mile in length. In the first beat a very fair start was effected, and the M...

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

SPIRIT OF THE ENGLISH TCBF. By the last English mail we hare accounts of the race meetings at "gorgeous Goodwood, "canny York," Brighton, Lewee, Wolver hampton, Beading, Paisley, Egham, Ac.; but have only space in our present number to no tice the doings at the two most important, and first-named gatherings. We find, however, in the Field of July 30, the following interest ing notice respecting " Royal Ascot" :— " We shall not have so many races crowded into one day's programme, and the money, in stead of being frittered away in adding trifling sums to minor events, will be concentrated, so to speak, on races of importance. For in stance, there will be a great four-year-old stake instituted, with 1,000 guineas, and a new two year-old, with 600 added. This is a step for which the thanks of every true lover of racing are due to Admiral Sous and the other stewards of the Jockey Oub who have carried out these new regulations. A great stake for four-year-olds will be a feature in the Asc...

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

PROVINCIAL TURF. NrwfniD Eaom.—A meeting of the stewards of the Newstead noes took place on Honda; at the Strangway's Hotd, on which oc casion the programme of the raoee wae deter mined, and the raoee fixed for the 83rd of November next. OxurviLLi Ttnur Cidb.—A meeting of the memben of the Grenville Turf Club wa* held at One's Club Hotel, Scaredale, on Tuesday evening. The plan of the proposed oourne was hud before the meeting and approved, and it was resolved, " that the committee be empowered to obtain signatures to the me morial prepared to the Government for pro claiming a racecourse for the district in the mot cboeen." Several new memben were elected, and the meeting adjourned to Wed ne*day,the 19th instant St. AxKicp Racks.—A meeting was held at the St Arnaud Hotel, on Thursday last, for the purpose of making preliminary arrange ments for the annual raoee; Dr. Williamson in the chair. Mr. C. H. Haven oonsented to sot es hon. secretary. It was decided that the races should be h...

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

FEARFUL TRAGEDY IK FRANCE. On the 9th Job last, Jacques Litour, a taker, and Frahqoit Audooy,nick-named Har cnlrf. were secured of assassination and rob beiy, sod committed for trial. The Oct of accusation give* the followingaocount of the crime with which theee men are charged:— In the valley of Arise, end dace to the vil lege Lsbasltde Btepiite, Ilea the Chilean of Halliard, a rtragyliEg^batidlng. _ ln thU chit- ; tean lived am <w bachelor, a ML Bagtd da 1 Laealle, and three servants, Jean Lscsnal, the coachman, Pelagle BroWre, the maid, and Keymonde Bate,the oook. ItdelanUe j had a ormsMereHafortnna which he very j much neglected—In fact, he wat a mlear, and preferred hoarding up hit money even to In vesting it to Government ae- I curltlee. Public report great!y exaggerated " -.1 but rarely, that the shutters of toe chitean ware cloaed at an unneusUy late hoot, After making eome Inquiries. this man went Into the cmt- { of Baillard,and ealledPelagle, ~ " 7ardofBtillaid,...

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

ink nitwuiMMM .A <iu> fin ti MomUIm, tec « nuet&arottM ANUnKtoM Antwerp elates font the Count de Flandre, accompanied bp the Minister of War, M. Charai, and a number of officers, arrived at that port on Friday last to witnwa the effects of a new kind of submarine mine or Infernal machine, Invented by Major Oeretti, of the Engineers. The destructive power of these machines wm tried aome time bank oa a timber raff, wbicb wai shattered to pieoes by foero. On the present occasion the exoerf ment was made on the war brig Coo oe Bra /■ant- One of the mines, loaded with 76 Ulo i<r.u.raeeof powder, was placed twenty fast from the poop of the vessel, and another, of 145 kilogramme* at a distance of about sixty feet from the first towards tire stern. When the first was exploded it raised thabrigflfteen it out of the water, and shattered all the jore part as far as the foremast. The veseel afterwards filled and sank: the second mine wss then find, and completed...

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

END OP THE BELFAST RIOTS, pdefaljrtiooofttu! owoIwJIb*Wtftha" . .. to street, wasagcdntneteen, and a Bourn, Catholic. A «r»t row occurred about ilm? o'clock Jo Brown-street. aJw4»^S passing along Millfidd, which U at risf!fc angle* to Brown-street, a fowmlnutes the row had been mailed, and when all*!, quiet Be wae walking psaoeably 0n »£? footpath when a shot was fired out of «? entry clow to WUm-atwet, and he feUSf. stautly, the bullet having paired through & abdomen, entering atone aide aadtemS lie way out at tb* other. Be an oonwmS to the General Hospital, and died iSS? dlately after admission. So far ae oaa be found out, he was taking neither act Mr part In the riotr, and waa walking oai.su ; along when an infomonl rnfflan dealbemtelw" ehot him down I We eaw him laat nlrht hing In the dead-heoae of the boapluLji, wee emlllng, aa If in sleep a strong yonn* man of nlnotewt years—with a.ballet wound (broogh his body—sht* down tn the pride Qt bii strength, before he had even...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ENGLISH HARVEST. (FROM THE MARK-LANE EXPRESS, AUG. 27.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

THE ENGLISH HARVEST. (FBOK TOT XiEX-LUrc SXPBMS, A00. 27.) The harvest has already commenced, the lite dry ud ml try weather hiring brought the wheat to whit may be considered a lotne wbit early maturity. The accormm reoelTed of the preterit condition of the crops are < en me whit varied, bat it matt be conceded at bast that, aa compared wftb last year, there will be a deficiency In quantity, even if the quality ehoold be preserved, which is a tnemelydoubtftih The rampect of the spring, therefore, has not reached it* gcal, and we mnet be content to lower orr expectations. The want of rain bat bad ill iafloeooeln diminish lug the length of theitraw, and alto In inventing the ean bom being mfficUnUy dernlopedTln the later districts the ralni of the laat week may have a beneficial effect, and the wheat there may yet prove an average crop. All the other grains have been suffer ing in a Similar manner from the droaghL i At a matter of course, if the grain has bean affected inj...

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

LITERARY GOSSIP. Tss AcTaoiiHa- «r "jusic*.—He. H. Cofebr, of SmblSoo-hill, leformttha TtUgrmth that whilst anaagtnb mnm ww lor Hn. Brnwiwitw*0*ww whkibetanrtsfoe next Kotttnberia the Fntelt Oowt he haa mtHfti HnggettH «Udi urtCaiHan afore a sweatee be Or. /«me* WUmot for rieks and deans. . . in the continuation ofttehtbwQfJanias-* There U other docu nentai7 tridemw to the seme effect. Lvs as «bb uti AaoBsnsop VUntr. —We nndentaad that Mia Whstely U pre Mtini boeelX tofrito tJkH AieMshop whately: a work shUbwift be foonded on hit own Wert and papers, ail of which the prelatebeqneaihed to her, Thta lady is the writer of ^b^,SrMim"*!>oikMa SDonipaaeiibedto the AimbUhephhaaeltaa well ea of other works. The proposed We will t» the on!; ene saetttooefbx the fa " asoy onaa nnnenelly They .propose la itoak the TrUh, rsllvayi ite UmiM fusion u tfew EnitUh Uaei Polah we nnder their control.

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

PABI8 FASHIONS FOB SKPTKltBEO. For tome yean put—and the present tea ton Las not (tillered in thii respect from itt modern prodeasMora—the edicts of the Moic bam been issued daring the aammer excur sion period. This it easily explained, from the cucnmetanoe that It baa now become the general fashion to paw the hot months at the aeaalde or at wetering-plaoes, where ladiee are under eery alight restraint as to the etyle of their ooetnme, and can, without being sub ject to disagreeable remark, temporarily adopt any Innovation, not to say eccentricity, which the taste of their modistes m sy suggest. Of all these bold innovations, a few some times remain, and, onoe approved, become the mode for a certain time. Thai jt was at the watering-places during the present season that the high bonnets recently received their coup Jt dttaux, and the smallest of small bonnets, having obtained tire official approbation of competent lodges at Vichy, at TrouvUle, at Honfleur, and other fashionable reso...

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

CHINA The Caracas of Najre«.—The Heme JEi>v Daily Ptxu, of the 25th August, pnbllihes a translation of the report of the capture of Nankin,addressed by Tseng Kno-Chnan, com mander-inchlef of the foroea before Nankin, to LI, Governor of Klang-Su. The repot eare" On the 3rd of July, Li Chiang-he and outers attacked end captured the valley of Lung-bo-tra, which enabled them to take op a position overlooking the city, and the at tack wis commenced and continually kept op from the following day, the various bri gades taking tt by turns, a great many being killed and amended. LI Chen-tiea having discovered that there waa sufficient rk* in the dty to last aome months, and fearing that as oor engineers had failed in between thirty and forty attempts to mine, the troops msnd be exhausted and disoonraged, andaotne disaster occur did tali Mia fail, weaunteerea to oonetruot • mine, under i fire which coo Id only be compared to the falling of rein. In thit be wh enpported by Baao Foo-exn and ...

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

INDIA. Lunatic AETI.CM3. -The Burkaru says:— "We are informed that lunatic asylums are to be established throughout India, in almost all the principal towns. Cotton Speculation.—The ssme observes that oonseqnent on the excessive speculation In cotton daring the last year in the assigned districts of Hyderabad, many native firms have been rained, and their partners are now seeking the benefit of the Insolvent Act Widow Makuaub- The ciuse of widow marriage is feiily progressing. On the 24ih nit., a marriage in a Brahmin family took plsoe at Eaikhya, in the subdivision of Gorbetta, Is the district ol Miduapore. The bride, Taraeoondory Devi, was married first whin she was an infant of five years, and became a widow In the twelfth year of her age. She is the daughter of Gyaram Roy, and is now fourteen yearn old. The yoong man who has sow married the widow de ligfcta In the name of Sreedhur Chucker bactty.-ilhdM Patriot Thb CotxbkoeGekiral.--According to the Otltutta Bnglithman, Sir John ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENGLISH MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MONETARY OSCILLATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

ENGLISH MONETARY AND COM MERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. UOVKTAMY osouimn. The money market eoottonee in • very fertrith condition. The Aort apaoa of • month he* been inerted by oongtant rlctai tnde, and the opinion of man of experiaooe and penefaattan b that thlngi will be woree before they begin to mod. The financial world bee twn in eetate of pertarberion, arieing from the onootainttee affecting oor monetary cnimUei. Owing to the hlgb ratea ofdiaooont that nfo the toeoratabto infln enqre at work to rplrlt away ocijold^ead the vtdbnt flnctoatlore In the joum Of the j Bank* of England and Frcnoe,a foaling of | chronic dlamiletade baa aebed on the com - mercial public. No one can teil what a week may bring forth. In Ilia middle of July a oonriderub radoctloo in the bank rate wee generally looked for. At the month ad vanced, however, meat etringenoy eat in, which oahntoated in an ad rune from aix to aevao on the. 25th. Brill the bill Hon ebbed ewe/; and on the 4th Inet • further aflrauoa waa m...

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

LATEST NEWS. The arrival of the 8t. David, with New York advices to the 12th, has been telegraphed from Greencastie. Bhe brings official Confederate despatches announcing the surrender by Colonel Anderson of Fort Gaines to tho Federal fleet under the command of Ad miral Farragot. This step appears to hare been taken after strict orders had bean given by the general-is-chief that the fort should be defended. Colonel Anderson'# conduct is pronounoed inexplicable aad ahamefnl; oertninly tho fad that tho capitulation was arranged is defiance of na pe rior orders, gives it the aspect of htasoit. Federal aooonnta allege that the whole Con federate fleet at Mobile, except one vessel, has bean snnk, beached, or captured. It Is also stated that Sheridan's fanes are storing up the Shenandoah Valley, whore it U sat improbable they will experience the eame fate which their pmdeoemon encountered at the hands of Stonewall Jackson, and more recently of General Early. The rumour that Mr. Stanton ha...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE TRAINING STABLES IN THE SPRING. No.III. THE RACECOURSE STABLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

THE TBAININ& STABLES IN THE 8PEING. No. in. TBI BACECOUE88 8UBUS. Oil! the uncertainty of equine as of human affairs! the hero, champion, and favourite," the observed of all observers," of one rung season, may be the despised forlorn, friendless outsider oflhe next and the rest that follow, until at last the old horse " goes to the dogs." True it ia that some horses of true blood, neglected for years, have been subsequently discovered to be of the right" fashion, and the mould of form." It is arid that the Godolphin Arabian was taken out of a sand cart to become the prime aneeator of half the beat horse* in the civilized world; while of Lottery in England, and Jorroeks in New Soma Wales, it has been told that they finished their lastyears working for hard earned and scanty food, bv drawing carta laden with the like •, ana so their sand of life ran out. The present sub ject almost excuses a little "honey" sentiment, seeing that it is about a visit to the stable of the once st...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE TUBF EXCHANGE. LATEST STATE OF THE ODDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

THE TUBE EXCHANGE. LATEST STATE OF THE ODDS. In the early part of the week it ap peared ei if the backers of horse* had found a decided first favourite for the Melbourne Cup in Mosidora, against whom the highest offer, both at the Subscription Boom at the Albion, and also at Kirk's Batter, was 100 to 15; 7 to 1 was laid and taken, and then 6 to 1 became the beat price in the bookmakers' months. Bnt subsequently the mare declined to 8 to 1, her place in the betting being probably affected by her being announced for sale prior to the races. Freestone and the Hose of Denmark continue to be) quoted at lO to 1 each; but Boebnok has—tem porarily, at least—receded to 12 to 1, and Ebor to 16 to 1. Lantern improved upon a small outlay, and readied 13 to 1, but could not be said to be firm at that price in the market The prices quoted against Flying Buck, Playboy, ana Fleur-de-lis are nominal only, but no, higher ofier is made, most of the books being full about them. Some of the three-year-o...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AVOCA ANNUAL RACES. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, OCT. 6 AND 7. ([?] FROM THE AVOCA MAIL.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

AYOCA ANNUAL EACES. tmmsiut im Feidat, Oct. 6 axs 7. (abkcdoss tSOTt the ayooa maoi.) The Avoca Turf Club annual meeting took place on the aboro tiro dayi. The weather was cold and boisterous, particularly on Thuadsy, but the second una a beautiful day, and the number of visitors exceeded that of Thursday, the majority being non-naidenta of Avoca. The horses brought forward wen of a euperior sort, and the programme of the racing appeared to give general satis&otion. All the appointments of the rather too am bngeoue eoune wen well kept j Mr. C. K. Pearson was an efficient starter s Messrs. Lovelock and Wise attended to the sreigfaing; and Mr. Meyrick, as jodge, gave aathftotion; but the old-fashioned and atupid custom of running beats was adhered to. Fisst Day.—Tbcmba*. Tax Woecesteb Pbodccx Stakes, of 6 guineas, with 60 guineas added, for three year-olds. MQe and a halt Jockey (Sub weights. Mr. D. Lovelock's Lord of the Use. This was, in fact, a walk over, although another c...

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

THE YELVEBTON CAbE. When my supplementary telegram was sent off on the 2nd, it was believed that, as far as courts of justice are concerned, the scan dalous Yelverton case was finally disposed of; but this illusion was soon dispelled. No sooner did Mrs. Theresa Yelverton reoorer from the aeries of fainting fits into which the announcement of the decision oi the House of Lords had thrown her, than she lodged " a minute of reference on oath," the practical result of which is to prevent the judgement being made final in Scotland until the parties to the suit have been examined on oath. In a letter to Ike Tanm, lbs. Yelverton aaya " Against such a sentence I havestruggled fin •Ix years, and probahly may. for six mom, if life by litigation is not stunted." This protracted - case has called attention to the anomalies and absurdities of the Sootch marriage law, and if it lead to ite assimilation to the English law, as it proba bly will, the degrading exposures in this cele brated affair wi...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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