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KILMORE STEEPLECHASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

KILMOBE 8TEEPLE0HASES. Tbm ateerplechaeea name off on Wednes day lwt, over a new oouno, well selected over tome good hunting oountry, situate about • mile from the town, now too bill beyond the gaol. The dlstanoe of the principal race waa four miles, which distance was, made np by traversing three timee roond an oral of mber mem than a mile and a quarter, with a good ran to the Grand Stand before oommonolng the tint third of the Journey. The Grand Stand, erected for the occasion, yra* placed In a meadow of grass land ; but the course wu chiefly oret ground that waa now, or bad been, in cultivation, no that the going waa vary heavy, and alto gether better, anted to stanch, atrong, deter mined hnntera than to flyera in a racecourse atteplechaae. In thia View of the care, the backer* of the Ooonteae, who bad been eiger to take 8 to 4 about her In town, when they aaw the convincing ground (elected became unwilling to aooept those tarma; and while the faronrlte receded to publlo favour, ...

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

SOCIAL DISCUSSION'S OF THE MONTH. The doll season is slimy b fruitful of unex pected topics of discussion in the newspapers, which ore only too glad to concede • portion of their space to grievance-mongers of every hue. Thus, we ban bad in The Times a very plea sant and instructive correspondence on the habits, economical, social, and political, o! bees; in which, as usual, each writer, whether monarchist or republican, peaoeman or war rior, findasomethlng to justify andconfirm his views and to condemn those of his opponent Then, in the same journal, there has appeared a series of contributions, thorn natives and i foreigners, on tbe scandalous indecency of the mode of bathing in vogue at all our Eng lish watering-places, and which is oontnuted unfavourably with the customs adopted on tbe Continent and in the East But tbe smartest discussion of the month hat had reference to the extortionate and tyrannical conduct of tbe controller of the legacy duties. The cor respondence was start...

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

.GUNS V. IRON PLATING. 4 Urn* stri* of trUlkry exptri»e&U Sboehnrjmeit txu colinls ettd iu the oomplete triumph of gmtt eqr umoor. Sit W. Arm •twuagVQOO-jiinicda, Anova-w '-'la# W$>"tw» conquered tbe itouteet Urge* K*i»Wno« whlcb poold be oppoeed to II, and bid* defiance to all the carlo of the world. Nut ooo tent willi drilling hole* through an improved ■ectkm of La Glolie with gust of miliar calibre, the great artillerist brought <mt his flOO-ponnder against the Warrior target, ami with arrange equivalent to 2,000 yards, ha bnried deetroction on a shield competed of tfln. armoriT-pletea with a backing of eigh teen inches of teak. After thia brilliant roo celt, we are told that tbe War-offloe aatbori liee have decided on ordering four morn for thU year's delivery. What does it mean? people are Baking. At this rate it will be the end of tbe century before our fleet and arsenals are armed with them. A correspondent In the Standard states that the French Go vernm...

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

LORD PALMEBSTON. Our evergreen Premier vu no sooner re leased from Parliamentary cares, than, with a freshness, nerve, and geniality quite sur prising, he plunged into extra-parliamentary labours. After enjoying the splendid hospi talities of the Mansion-house, and figuring at the festive board of the Fishmongers' Com pany, he betook himself t> the provinces, where he has been " starring it," to the de light of multitudes. Here h i took part In the inauguration of a railway in the midland counties and snbseqoently laid the fonnda 1 ion-stone of a new exchange at Bradford, in Yorkshire. The latter visit narrowly escaped proving a failure. A nnmber of working men, oirgcsttd at his lorcship's breach of foith on the reform question, previously met together, and passed strong resolutions con demnatory of his conduct, which it was determined to embody in an address to the Premier on the occasion of his visit. It was decided also to observe "a dignified but sig nificant abstinence from ...

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

THE QUEEN AND THE COURT. English Royalty is on the wing. Her Majesty, who has jost returned to Windsor from the Isle of Wight, starts to-morrow for Balmoral, where the Conrt will stay some five or six weeks. The Prince and Princess of Wales have been making a tour through part of Scotland, arid in a few days will take their departure for Denmark. The sailor Prince is to visit Iceland; and the Prince and Princess of IIi see are bound for Qerm&ny, viS the Rhine. The beir-apparent and his consort are to be escorted by pait of the British fleet The Duke of Newcastle being sufficiently improved in health to bear removal, journeyed to his seat in Nottinghamshire a fortnight since, where he was warmly welcomed, lie is already feelicg the benefit of his native air, and is approaching towards convalescence.

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

THB SPORTSMAN'S PAGE. ATJSWEES TO CORRESPONDENTS. %• It is respectfully intimated Out all ; questions upon the Turf; eithor u to matter ] of history, or on any doubtful point of: racing law, or -on any minor aporta or games ' —chess, draughts, cards, quoita, Ac.—as : well u queationi on general matteia, will be answered carefully and with pmririon, wherever it ia in the power of the Editor to. do aoi and when it ia not, the name will be etaled, and referenoe made to aome apeoial or likely authority. But it is naoaaauyto state that, in all oases wham an answer is expected in the following number of The AtairdlariaH, the oomepondent's question moat be in the office before eight o'clock on the evening of Wednesday. "Biglow."—"The Marquis of Harrington" is the courtesy title of the eldesteon of the Duke of Devonshire. It is not a new title, al though you may here never beard of suoh a nobleman t the late Duke of Devonshire bad no eon. " V. Y."—Voltigeur and Barnton are own brothers, by ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ON THE BEST SORTS OF GRASSES FOR HAY AND PASTURAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

ON THE BEST SORTS OF GRASSES FOB HAT AND PASTURAGE. Sir,—So for as beta and appearanoss go, tlie prairie great It dettiaed to drive Uu perennial rye gram oat of the field. That, Ike prairie gram has everything in its fivoar, via, cariinem of vegetating, weight of crop, and it superior to other grtan In nutritive properttea; and, at compared with Interne or rye gran, milch coin grating upon It gin more milk and butter, and of a richer quality. U fionriahm luxuriantly on good aoilt, and it a ray tollable grate for poor ones. It la just the gran to sow where the system of alternate huabaadry it adopted, from ite Immonto prodoetiveuea under favourable circumstance*. It It a ray valuable grata to the fanner for bit cattle and bomea, and particularly for the dairy farmer. To turn up tbe reat off fa merlti—it doea net infest the land after it it broken up for culti vation, aa lueesnedom- and la valuable for irrigation. Tim Kalian rye gram la tbe kind generally oaed in Britain for irrigatin...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DATES OF ENTRIES, &c., FOR COMING EVENTS. OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

BATES OF BKTBXBS, Aa, BOS COKING RVWNTH Cnnn. SO (Thnnclty). Komlmtton* for Portland r 6t Lopruul Opm Handicap. tt (BteiM. Saormd payment* for Great (MnHMfa^ K (Paced*?). Enlrie* fa Udboone Spring SOMIHB. Kottbitiflni fbr * . Second p*ymeole fa Smythee t (Bttsfq).' SecondpaymentfaPortland St Lerer HandiM. 8 (Toeaday). >'omb»uontfaB«Qa)stHandi cap. 8 far Wfg* Wagga 14 (Monday). Kntria* for Qratlamainc Boon. ML <lta*daiy).fatrie* fa BaUaaat Baa*. < ■ Dkbtob. U (Monday). ■ ymmnataow fa Wangaratt* Jnmf AlSt>l<iv. ' , ' ' ' «U*UA*r, S (Monday), ftutbar payment* fa Want** fa Waagarafe .Jhjpr. V ' ■ ■".;;'.Ikapfrat. ' - ' ■' 1 (Wedaeadqr),'Second paymeala lor Ade laide Oup.

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

RACKS TO OOUT5. 8,4,6—Melbonme Spring Eaota, 16,16—OMtfetmuna Bam. 88—Kemfaad Baoea. 88,84,86—' Wagga "Wagga Bacaa, 24, £6—St. Anaud Bum. 87,88—Bamamtha BaoM. 80, December1,8—BalUrat Baaee. Dwastm. 8, 9—Smjrtheadale, Browns, and Onrnghsm Bkm*. Sl« Wl Himilhifl SmN> 86,86—Bimnshohne Bam. JurvAxr. 6,6—FwtiandBaeea 17,18,16—Oaatcri*i7 Ohampvtn Meeting, | 24, 26—Wai^uatta Bam. Fouut, 6,16—Chfltem Baeea. S3,24,86—Beechwwrth Bam,

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

A VETKBINABY COLLEGE. For same years, the opportunity has been provided for the young men of (he cdoff, desirous of following the pro Mnet the lew, to obtain acomplete education in our metropolis, and more reoentiy the eame facilities hare been furnished to other* intending to atudy and become qualified for the medical pro fession. Indeed, it would before now bare been felt to be n great hard ship if Viotoria were yet obliged to im port all the professional skill required to deal with our disputed rights, ana oar unavoidable ailment*; so that the Mel bourne Unirersity has not been too early founded, nor hare the advantage* thereby afforded cone prematurely upon an un ambitious jureneaoenoe. Hum is, howerer, yet a want that muat be aupplied, and which calls for the immediate or early establishment of a Veterinary college j and, aeeing that for other professions the means of study and improvement hare been provided and gladly naed, while there are number* of youths anxious to learn th...

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

TUM LITIGATION. HowwttAg&toMd mjWto* injitiMdJy <Wribod «H (tailtitfa)" there cubt BS wapVia pttiUng boUl/ » qotrtioa about ike teojff - —^— Md albeit theUtfer l« «0 dear, *enajr «P«*» tainly we an not at this moment assuming that they hare been ran under an incorrect description as to their age j the case aa to one oT them at least, is now in the Supreme Court, and it it because it is then that these observations are called for. When the matter ahall have been adjudicated upon, and the truth ahall have been aaoertaincd, the honeat jour nalist will be called upon to remark either that a ahamelui fraud has been at tempted, or that a scandalous charge haa been made againat the public character Of a sporting man s bnt that conclusion has net yet been reached. Therefore, without anticipating what the result may be, we j may venture to suggest that it is a matter : of publio duty devolving upon the ! stewards of all races at which either of, these mares may be entered,...

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

DENMABK AMPUTATED. There is peace between Germany and Den mark. The puny victim, set upon by three powerful burglars, has ceased its vain, resist anoe. and submitted moodily to the Dlnnder mg which it vru too weak to prevent. The bystanders who saw the unequal strife with indignant astonishment, heave their sigh of pit; and regret, and pass on. The rapacious German thieves have obtained what they coveted, and ought to be content. The pound of flesh nearest the heart has been mercilessly cnt away, and poor Denmark is left to bleed to death at leisure. As soon as the abandoned little state showed signs of coming to terms with its assailants, they made swift work of it. The Conference assembled at Vienna on the 2Cth nit, and fire daye from that date the suirender was made, and the preliminaries of peace were signed. A six weeks'armistice was nrged by Bismarck, bat the more considerate Bechberg procured far the shorn victim an extension to three months. The German Confederation was alto...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GREAT DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY BY FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

GREAT DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY BY FIRE. Amorgst the calamities of the month am • tremendous fire at Hall, by which several extensive warehouses, with their valuable contents, were destroyed, involving a loss of £100,000; and a terrible conflagration at Limoges, in Fiance, by which upwards of 300 houses were reduced to rain, store than 1,000 persons have been deprived of their homes, and property has been destroyed to the estimated value of five million francs. A fire of extraordinary magnitude, too, has been t aging dnting the past week in the neighbourhood of Farnham. The entire district known as Woolmer Forest has been a blare, the flames spreading rapidly far and near, and destroying everything in their path. The magnitude of the conflagration was scarcely appreciated before the 19th, and then detachments from the forces at Aldersbot were sent out to endeavour to stay lis course. They succeeded in confining it within cer tain limits by digging broad trenches, across which the flam...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE EX-KING OF NAPLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

THE EX-KING OF NAPLES. From Bome we have two items of intelli gence >hich possess some interest. One re lates to the probable departnreof theex-King of Naples from tbe precincts of the Vatican, and the other to the kidnapping of another Jewish boy. It is stated by tne Ultramontane Union that Francis IT., baring been sum moned to an interview with Antonelli, be there found awaiting his presence Count de Serfages and Baron de Bach, who delicately hinted to tbe Bonrbon Prince the opinion of their respective Governments that his farther stay within the Papal territory was inexpedient, and that the sooner he hastened his departure the more satisfactory would it be to all parties interested in maintaining tbe tranquility of tbe Peninsula. The kidnapped boy is the son of a shoemaker, named Michael Cohen, and is only ten years of age. The priestly robber want to the shoemaker to get his boots mended, then ordered the child to take them home far him, but on the way poshed him into a conve...

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

POLAND EXECUTED. After months of lingering agonies, the bitter end has come. On the 6th of August, the final scene in one of tho saddest trage dies of modern times was played out at Warsaw. The revolt is subdued, and or ganised brutality triumphs. "Oh, Lord! bow long?" Russia, long foiled and baffled, baa at length crushed, not indeed Poland, but that mysterious and omnipresent National Government, which so success fully conducted tho insurrection, defying alike the ingenuity of the Muscovite police and the ferocity of the Cossack soldiery. Just three weeks ago, the chief of that marvellous organisation was led ont, with fonr of his colleagues, to the glacis of the fortress at Warsaw, and there ignomi piously hanged. He was a Colonel Trrmgutt, a discharged Russian officer, and his asso ciates in mis fortune were, an architect, a book keeper, a teacher, and a tax-collector, all young men. Bravely did <hey face their me lancholy fato; the bitterness of death to them was tha...

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

PARISIAN DOINGS. Paris has been tho scene of a state trill, the Napokenic fete, and a Royal visit. The former proceeding was an extraordinary blunder on the part of the Emperor, and re Teals the existence of a large amount of nervous fear. The facts are these. Thirteen conspicuous members of the Liberal party, including two deputies, whose homes had heat entered and ransacked of papers, were indicted before a legal tribunal for belonging to an electoral association, contrary to the law which prohibits political meetings of ■sore than twenty persons. It was alleged, but not proved, by the Imperial prosecutor, that the accused were members of a oentral organisation in Paris comprising some thirty persons, with affiliated com mitten in the provinoer, formed to influence the elec tions to the Corps Ltgislattf. They were defended by M. Jules Favre in a speech so brilliant and exhaustive that tL Bsnyer refused to add a word to it. Each of the de fendants was eventually convicted of belong...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RAILWAY AFFAIRS. TO THE EDITOR Of THE AUSTRALASIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

railway affairs. TO THE EDITOR Of THE AUSTRAL AH EE. Sir,—Ab we ere now so near the completion of the lines of railway authorised by Parlia ment, it beoomes a question whether we are to be satisfied with what we hare done, or whether we are to view the lines at work as but the commencement of an extent! re system of national internal communication. The permanent way already constructed Is undoubtedly a great convenience, as well as immediate profit, to those either immediately or era) remotely served by them; and at they reach folly five-sixths of the population of the country, giving them a money eaving com pared with drays which can be proved to be £600,000 per annum, this large number of oar people, at least, have no right to complain when called opon to contribute about one third of their direct gain towards the taxation neceesary to meet the interest of the railway bondr. It is not they who ought to grumble, nor is it the state, that gets every penny back in actual money value ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CROWN LAND SALE. TOWN LOTS. SANDRIDGE. Co[?]ty of Bouike, parish of Sooth Melbourne, altuated at the corner of Beachstreet and the Esplanade, fronting Hobion's Bay and the Lagoon, Upset price, £800 per acre. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

CROWN LAND SALE. TOWN LOTS. Sabdridqb* Consty of Bonike, parish of Sooth Mel boo roe, altnated at the owner of Beach Mreet and the EepUnade, fronting Hobion'a Bay and the Lagoon, Upeet price, £800 per acre. Lot 1- lr. 38 6-l(fc., £200 the lot. Andrew Ro68« Embjub-hoi. County of Bonrke, pariah of Booth Melbourne, eltuated ntt of the Railway-line, tin! facing the South-park, and Cecil, Bridport, Ander son streets, and Ferrar'a-plaoe. Opeetpiloe, £300peracre. Lot 2.-18 8-10jx,£128 the lot. Caroline Thompson. Lots.—20p., £120 the lot. Jamee Niool. Lot 4.—20p., £120 the lot. David Morris. Lot 6.—80p., £125 the lot. Alfred Hughes. Lot6.—28 8-lQp., £140 the lot. John Qut ley. Lot 7.—23p., £120 the lot. Henry Bentley. Lot 8.—24p., £86 the lot. John Wm. Ford. Lot 9.-26 2-10p., £87 the lot, Geo. P. Gray. Lot 10.—20p, £106 the lot Thos. J no, Trewell. Lot 11.-16 7-lOp., £95 the lot. Henry Bentley. Lot 12.—242-lOp. £126 the lot John Lord. Lot 18.—20 8-lOp., £166 the lot William Moore. Lot 14.—2...

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

COUNTRY NEWS. ! A man named John Phelan was tried at the | Central Criminal Oonrt, Sydney, on the 29th I nit., on the charge of forging what purported | to be a certificate of discharge from the Vic torian police, signed by Captain Standiah, chief commlieloner. The certificate stated that the prisoner had served six years in the Victorian polioe, and upon it Ms contact wis marked at "very good." Evidenos having been taken to iloi that tire primer had tendered the certificate in support of an ap plication for an eprointment In the Sydney police, Captain Standiah (then on a visit to Sydne)) proved that the certificate was • forgery. The prisoner, hestated, had been in the Victorian police, and was discharged, his conduct being marked as "indifferent." Prisoner vraa convicted, and eentenoed to three months' imprisonment. An nnfortunatr accident occurred near Eltfaam ob Wednesday week, when a trooper of tire mounted police, named John M'Alveen, and another man named Alfred Hooper, were ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VICTORIA. NOMINATIONS. [?]WORTH, OCT. 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864

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