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CADBURY'S COCOA ABSOLUTELY THEREFORE PURE [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 January 1891

^?;iMr$^JfAB&OUrTElY PURE ' J \-\v;;;::-i^ip^f . therefore BEST ? , fM} 'Cadduby's Cocoa han, in a remarkable degree, those nnturnl elomontH of uustonance which irive the system endiiraneo and linrUi hood, building up muscle and bodily vigour, with - steady aotion that renders it a most accoptublo and reliable beverage.' — Health. ?-» „ ., . ^ ? ?„ ' *,'*-**?♦' W \ ' ','T* V*-^ To Aix wo Dbink Copox.— Cadbury's Cocoa contains in a condensed and increased form, all the nourishing properties of the Cocoa bean. The most perfect «-f prepared Cocoas, 01 absolute purity, and always aliko iu quulity. — The Analyst. *:?W^*rnr m*r ^r-^ mw -mw w* m* mw mm mm mw mw mw ? ».. 'Cadduby's Cocoa han, in a remarkable degree, those nnturnl elomontH of uustonance which irive the system endiiraneo and linrUi hood, building up muscle and bodily vigour, with - steady aotion that renders it a most accoptublo and reliable beverage.' — Health. ?-» „ ., . ^ ? ?„ ' *,'*-**?♦' W \ ' ','T* V*-^ To Aix w...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MR. CHIEF JUSTICE HIGINBOTHAM RECEIVING THE SPECIAL THANKS OF PARLIAMENT: [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 January 1891

MR. CHIKF JUSTIOE HIGINBOTH AM . RECEIVIN G THE SPECIAL THANKS; OF PARLIAMENT./

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NAVAL AND MILITARY TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 January 1891

NAVAL' AND MILITARY TOURNAMENT. The tournament organised by the defence forces of the colony took place in the Exhibi tion grounds on the 28th . and 29th November, in the presence of his Excollenoy the Governor, Sir Wm. and Lady' Clarke, and other dis tinguished visitors,' and' a numerous' gathering of the public. As the first undertakings ot the kind in these colonies, far exoeeding in size the naval and military sports meetings . hitherto organised, this event -was one of unusual inter est. Up to the present time there has been a olose attention given to drill and exercises in masses, but the' soldier's training is not oomploto ? until he can hold his own (jingle handed with the regulation weapon or .anything .else -that. may be used as a weapon. Single combat has an importance which has hitherto not been fully realised in the education of our defence forces, but such events aa the proaent tourna ment tend to give an impulse to the praotioe of hand to hand fighting which is essent...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AUSTRALIAN EXPLORERS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 January 1891

'AUSTRALIAN EXPLORERS '' !.'''.iMV'MiW' J-.-iWIIiLS.,1!!:-.'. i :() ??.' C' ;-j.^oi c- !i:o;'.[j i--. ?_ :, i . 'SIR THOMAS MITCHELL. ' .'.-,. '.? !'.'n ?''? '.'a , uROBEnT.O'HAIlA BtlHKE' m , -^ ; ,vuM.r- A.,lO.,'qREGOKV.1:-f / , . j ?, , .. ,;.,;,.. , . ; .: .- ;, DR. LUDWIO LErCHHARDT. / .„ ,, j ., ? HON JOHN .roramw - ;V'i:.;7?'',l^E?T:;^S':V''- '- ?????????? ?'?.?.'??-??? ?-'; ??;?-' ..CORNEL JMBBTON WABBTOTPH, ,,, ,,! J..,;,: „„ -',[!,-.,, -? V JOHN, ia'DOUALU STUART,, '' !.'''.iMV'MiW' J-.-iWIIiLS.,1!!:-.'. i :() ??.' C' ;-j.^oi c- !i:o;'.[j i--. ?_ :, i . 'SIR THOMAS MITCHELL. ' .'.-,. '.? !'.'n ?''? '.'a , uROBEnT.O'HAIlA BtlHKE' m , -^ ; ,vuM.r- A.,lO.,'qREGOKV.1:-f / , . j ?, , .. ,;.,;,.. , . ; .: .- ;, DR. LUDWIO LErCHHARDT. / .„ ,, j ., ? HON JOHN .roramw - ;V'i:.;7?'',l^E?T:;^S':V''- '- ?????????? ?'?.?.'??-??? ?-'; ??;?-' ..CORNEL JMBBTON WABBTOTPH, ,,, ,,! J..,;,: „„ -',[!,-.,, -? V JOHN, ia'DOUALU STUART,, ''

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AFFAIRS IN THE NEW HEBRIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 January 1891

AFFAIRS IN THE NEW HEBRIDES. A small party, under the leadership of a Frenchman named Vanooullier, have been prospecting 'tor minerals on' the island of Santo. They have 'come 'across some rich gold bearing; quartz in the bed of ;a creek. The specimens have been sent to Sydney for assay. A valuable find of other minerals is reported. They have travelled over the same ground as the two Queenslanders who prospected on Santo about five years ago, when one of the party died at Palier. These men discovered gold on the North-went coast. Nothing further was done in the matter until last year, when M. Lovat, 'the director-general- of the New Caledonia Nickel Company,' visited the New Hebrides to . report on the geology of tho island, and on being - favorably impressed with the mineral bearing character of tho country, purohased largo tracts of land for the Niokol Company. The barquo Lady St. Aubyn, owned by Mr. Daley, an English planter in New Caledonia, was recruiting Tabor, on the west si...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THEATRES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 January 1891

Revivals and protracted runs of well worn pieces, have boon tho order of the day during the month at our theatros, Tho Gondoliers has held tho boards at tho Prinooss's for nearly seven wooks, and throughout drew good houses. It was sucoeoded by Marjorie on the 20th. Mr. Grattan Biggs and Mrs. Williamson sucoeeded The English Rose, whioh was found not to havo so much money in it as was anticipated. Tho ? IrUli drama, Arrali-ria-Poguo, was played with more than ordinary spirit, and both of tho artists mentioned woro accorded. general approval for their noting. The oast was exoollent, and the mise en seine all that oould be de sired. This was followed by the Irish Detective, and Shin Fane, the season winding up with tho Colleen Bawn. In the way of a stopgap these revivals were a marked suc cess, preliminary to the pantomime. At the Opera House Mins Nellie Stewart's opera company havo had a most brilliant season. Madame Angot has run for several weeks to splendid houses, and by. way of ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 January 1891

JAMES M'EWAN & CO. LIMITED -i HAVE PLEASURE IN INTIMATING TO THEIR ? . ^ ;^ ^ JR O 3ST S -A- IN' ID F B I JB isT ID S , .'?;;.' ?'*' It&at foe one month, during- extension of premise^,/,;, ' :.y.J. . ^ , - A DISCOUNT OF k 6d. IN THE £ FOR CAS^T WILL BE ALLOWED ON ALL PURCHASES OF / .V ELECTRO-PLATED WARE; ':???: ? ';? ' CTJTLE iVSf- ' ' ;?;''.:- ' , ?? ? ? '- ' . . ? . ? ? ??..-,? AND' ,'.?'.?''??? FURNISHING IRONMONGElTT. ^ ' MtfCH. OF THEIR VALUABLE STOCK OF ABOVE IS ADMIRABLY SUITED FOR ftistt and New Year Gifts and Presentations. JAMES MEW AN AND Co. LIMITED, IFURUSTISHIHSTG- ^A-ISTD GENERAL IROINMICXNXBhEiRS, 119 to 125 E L I Z ABE T H ? S T R & E T, MELBOURNE. MAKERS OF ALL KINDS OF PUMPING PLANT, OF THE VERY BEST DESCRIPTION, LARGE OR SMALL, And for HIGH OR LOW LIFTS, with or without ENGINES, STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS FOR ETERY PURPOSE AND ON TOE MOST APPROVED DESIGNS, Tangyes High'Lifi 'Colonial' Fly- Wheel Pump, for Lifts of 400 Feet CONTRACTORS FOR ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 January 1891

By. Special Appointment to ^ & His Excellency the Governor Sir H. B. Loch, K^S^HH COLONIAL,- INDIAN & MILITARY SADDLERY, KmMH^r ^^k MILITARY AOOOUTEEMENTS OF ^EEf^^r *~ EVERY DESCRIPTION. nfSBsSI ^^^nli TANNEES, OUREIEES & LEATHEE ^IWn^^jiiin 61 Bourke-street W. ^^^^^VHPfll Price List Posted Free on Application. CITY SAW, MOnLDIHB & FLOORIMG MILLS, DOOR, SASH AND FRAME FACTORY. ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF BUILDERS' & CABINET MAKERS' WOOD MATERIAL, For Town, Up Country or Shipping J-rder3. O?i. -A.ZsTTBCOZ^'y & CO., JABEZ CARNEGIE AND SONS, ''--', ' ' 'XZIKPOXUraKLfll O3E' ' FIRST CLASS P I A N OS A N D 0 R GA N$, Offer their well assorted stook at almost wholesale prooos for cash, or on very easy terms. j ON* CALL SOI.ICITXD FROM ZNTSNDZlfO PURCHASBRS, 101 ELIZABETH-STREET. 200 BOURKE-STREET EAST. CONSULT DR. L. L. SMITH. mornings and evenings, consult at ion fee by letter, si. MEDICINES forwarded all over the globe, appropriately packed to av...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EXPLORATION OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 January 1891

EXPLORATION OF AUSTRALIA. By G. F. H. SCHULER. No chapter in the remarkable history of Australia is more surrounded by the halo of x'omanco or more interesting than that relating to, the heroic deeds of the bold and daring band of men to. wliom belongs the, credit of haying unravelled the mystery that long hung over the interior of the Australian continent. Much of 'this work of exploration was doubt less done by the -pioneer squatter and. by private enterprise. No record exists of the hardships and privations endured by tho early pioneers, who, in many cases, took their lives in their hands., and fell victims to their insatiable thirst for adventure. The bones of these early colonists lie whitening and rotting in the 'wild Australian bush, ' no colossal bust or column trophied for triumphal show ' marking the spot. But the good fruits of the work done by them .lives to this day, and will endure ; until the hand of Time marks the hour for dissolution. All the more brilliant feats ac...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 January 1891

C. J & T. HAM THE MERCANTILE FINANCE. TRUSTEES A AGENCY CO. OF AUSTRALIA LIMITED. AUCTIONEERS, HOUSE LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS 45 SWAXSTOX-STREKT, MELBOURNE. LOANS NEGOTIATED RENTS COLLECTED. ESTATES MANAGED. FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCES EFFECTS]) ESTABLISHED ldaij 1AAA AAA BRIEF MARKEN, ? UUUvHUlF Couverts, Postkarten, &c. KAUFT. E. HAIJN, NAUMBURG (Saale), DEUTSCHLAND. A Laxative & Refreshing Fruit Lozenge, most agreeable to take. TAMAR IN DIE It GRILLON FOR CON STIPATION : Haemorrhoids, Bile, Headache, Loss of Appetite, Gastric and Intestinal Troubles. E. GRILLON Mi Queen Str., Cheapside, LONDON SOLD BY ALL CHEMISTS. ? Dr Laville's Liquor G& Pills (Perfectly, harmless) %0 %3 I FOR CURE OF & RHEUMATISM THE LIQUOR to be used in acute state fc THE PILLS in the Chronical state. Sold by all respectable Chemists ?Wholesale i C0MAR.28, rue St-Cl«ude, PARIS Seven' Prise Medals Awarded._^_ 7'a3 I ITH 1 1 y* 1 iM ^'1 ^M ^ K^gi Neither scratch nor spurt, the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 January 1891

JAMES M'EWAN & CO. LIMITED AKE THE JlJaJRGKEST WHOLESALE, RETAIL IRONMONGERS AND MERCHANTS IW THE AXJSTR.A.LIA]Sr COLONIES. 119, 121, 123, 125, 493, 495, 497. 499, 501, 503 ELIZABETH-STREET, 343, 345, 347, 349, 357, 359 LITTLE COLLINS -STREET, :. ,...,' . :'? X.ODS13OW OFFXOB, ^'7 X^OXMUBCAJEMD-SSS-E-:.., 3EI.C3. .. ? ??' ' '? INDENTS EXECUTED AT LOWEST POSSIBLE BATES. CATALOGUES. POST FREE. WEBB'S for Glass. WEBB'S for China. WEBB'S for Pottery. WEBB'S for Presents for all occasions. V. ? - . ? '' 236 COLLINS-STREET, MELBOURNE. i i ? ! ? . ? — — ? ? METROPOLITAN GAS CO. TO ENCOURAGE THE GENERAL USE OF Gas Cooking Stoves, Begs to draw the attention of Consumers to the COMFORT, ECONOMY MB CLEANLINESS That is the result of the use of GAS COOKING STOVES. THE SUPERIORITY OF THIS MEANS OF COOKING Is daily proved by the demand and increase in the number of Stoves supplied and fixed by the Company. ;'?'?''' , ? - — i TERMS: An Agreement for Rental to be SIGNED for 12 MONTHS. A Char...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SAMOAN SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 January 1891

THE SAMOAN SITUATION. ? According to a recent issue of the Auckland Evening Star tho news received from Samoa by the Island steamer Wainui inoludes intelligence that the Samoan 'natives generally are in an unsettled and unruly state, consequent on tho great delay iu appointing any dounlte form of government ? in the islands, .of... the 'Navigator Group. The 'Samoan Turns ot Apia, under date 1st November, says : — ' Reports reach us from several outlying distriots that the natives' are getting more and more, impressed with the idea that the chief justioe is not coming to Samoa, and even pome of our white residents are- beginning to doubt it. A general feeling is fast gaining ground amongst our foreign settlers, especially in the country districts, that peace cannot be much longer sustained. Already a few of. tho natives have commenced to redeem their fire arms, which had been pledged for food ' supplied to storekeepers after the' war, and numerous Applications have been made to our s...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SOBRAON. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 February 1891

THE SOBRAON. The well known passongor ship Sobraon, for many years identified witli the trade of this port, has boon purchased by the Now South Wales Government to replace tho Vernon as a training sciiool in the waters of Port Jaoknon. The price paid is said to. have been £12,000, and tho vessel is considered as specially suitable, for tho purposo required. The Sobraon, 2131 tons register, was built by Messrs. Alex. Hall and Sons/ of Aberdeen,!', and was launched in September, 1866. Her'dimonsions are— Length of keel, 286 feet ; beam, 40 feet 3 inches; depth of hold from upper deck, 28 feet 6 inches ; length of topgallant forecastle, 85 feet ; and length of poop, 29 feot 6 inches. Tho .upper deck is of great length and flush, excopting the two/ houses, whioh could bo narrowed nearly half to give greater width on the deck for train ing of . guns. The ship was classed ? at Lloyd's Registry Al, 17 years, when built. This olass was continued on examination for 11 years from December, 18...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE RECENT FLOODS AT WAGGA WAGGA AT NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 February 1891

THE RECENT FLOODS AT WAGGA W AGO A. NEW SOUTH. WALES. Portions of tho town of Wagga Wagga were submerged during the latter ond of last month, owing to the River Slurrumhidgee overflowing its banks. Tho damago was not very extensive. The local ... authorities, profiting by the experienco gained during tho flood of 1878, widened ;, and diverted the channels of tho river. Those measures, though thoy prevented widespread damage, wero not sufficient to oonflno tho flood waters to tho river ohannol, the lower portion of tho town being from 19 indues to 3 feet under wator, Tho business of the town Buffered a good deal, and residents in the submerged locality suffered slightly, but, generally speaking, the flood canned more inoonvenionce than serious damage. But for the bravado of a drunken man, whose name was not ascertained, there would have been no loss of human life to chronicle. This man was crossing tho bridge in tho direction of Nortli Wagga, when he expressed his intention of walkin...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE DEVIL'S BOOT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 February 1891

THE DEVIL'S BOOT. This is the name whioh has been bestowed upon a rook a few miles from the town of Nelson, New Zealand. . Tho resemblance to a boot is very marked, the high hoel and. promi nent instep being dearly defined. Various theories have been set up to account for its for mation, some pooplo being of opinion that the stono has been worn into its prusent shape by. water, 'but the more , reasonable supposition is' that it' is' the result of volcanic aotion— an agenoy' , whioh has produced so many of Now '?- Zealand's curiosities. Nothing appears to be known! of the circumstances which' leil to this outcrop, of stone being, called the Devil's Boot.' Whether the name has been unmeaningly bestowed, or whether it is all that i» left of somo forgotten native fable, will come within tho province of the student of Maori legendary lore to detoimine.

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GOING TO THE FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 February 1891

GOING TO THE FIRE. In this ago of progression when contingencies of almost evory kind are fully provided for, people aro apt to overlook tho improvement in our appliances for coping with an ' outbreak of fire. Steam, as well as the newer foroe of eleotrioity, has been pressed into the service, many a ' noble pile of buildings being saved from destruction there by. In most large buildings tho telephono ia available for rapid communication with the fire station in case' of need, and in some is to be found an eleotrio alarm, whioh, on - the simple pressure of a button, announces to tho . firemen that their services at suoh and suoh' a plaoo are needed. The alarm being .. received, mon who are continually in attendance, proceed at once to harness horses to the steam fire engine. This is very quiokly dono, the engino firo is kindled, and the firemen set out for the scone of their labors. Tho horses appoar to be infeotedwith tho exoitoment of the moment, and need no urging to gallop at th...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A WAYSIDE CAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 February 1891

A WAYSIDE CAMP. People whose business or pleasure takes them' to the outskirts of tho settled' distriots often havo to ' rough it. ' Travelling on roads which are nothing more than bush tracks is an irksome business,' 'and if .the load is u heavy one the whole party have frequently to put their shoulders to the wheel and asuisfc the team over sticky patohes. A break in the journey for tho purpose of giving the horses a spell allows tho travellers an opportunity of boiling their billy and bavins' dinner, after whioh a quiet smoke under tho shady trees ad jacent to their wayBlde camp puts them in good form for the. next stage of the journey.

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCHES. VICTORIA V. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 February 1891

INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCHES. Victoria v. New South AValks. The forty-fifth cricket match botween tho colonies of Viotoria and New South Wales was played on the Melbourne orioket ground on the 26th, 27th and 29th December. Particular im portance attached to this contest, the result of which gave Viotoria a lead by one match, each having previously won 22 of tho 44 already played, and tho play was ! watched with keen interest 'Dy, over -8000 spectators. The Vic torians, who wont iu first, were all disposed of for 161 runs, a comparative small score to bo mado 'by such a team in moat favorable weather and on a good wicket, but the bowling of Oliarlton, Downes aud Ferris, backed up by first class (Inkling, must be credited with having beaten a majority of tho batsmen. Morris, who mado 39, the highest score on the Viotorian side, played a' very fine innings and was well supported by Blaokham 23, Phillips 22, Trumble 21 not, out, and Palmer 17, these, however, being the only batsmen who...

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