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PASSENGERS SAILED SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE NOVEMBER MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 December 1867

l'A^$i3NG55RS , SAlUB'V StSTCE- THE ,DE ;, PARTURB OP. THE NOVEMBER, MAIL, ; / November 28.— Bombay; R.M.S.S. ': — For KingCJoorge's Sbiind :? Mr' J.O.- Patterson, Mr Cusseu. For Point de Galle : .Mr Aderloy. For Bombay : Mi1 T. H. Patterson. For Mur Hoilles : Mr and Master,. Duigan Birdr Miss Beatrice Duigran Bird/Mr Findloy,. Miss Tate, ;Mr:,W.';H.:Bullivanti atad'Mr Ireland.- ' ':1 - ? ? ?? ?' t, ' PeQem,bo'r(; ':: 4, — - Sotn'ersetsliire, _ '.sV ' ; ,(Mess'rs Mo'neyi,.Wigriimv, arid^. Sous' .BiacUwali, Line), £342, tons, Joseph Snmuol Atwood, commander, for 'L'dn'doih— lir-and ^Mrs Edward Klingeii: der, Mr and Mrs R. Fenwick, Mr and Mrs_A. C:vnley and child, Mrs and Master HaclceTtJ Mrs Atwood nnd child, Miss A'. Ghoyne,;MiBS Klingender, .Mr J. B..Duerdin, Mr W. Haw icins; Mr Samuel Ooekiug; junij'Mr Ruwlinsou, l)r. Addison ; and one hundred and nine in !tlie second, and third cabins. , W. P. White aad Co.; agents. ?-.?-. ? ?' ??. December 7. — White Star, -2340 tons register, J...

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GOLD SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 December 1867

ttOLD SHIPS. The following are the gold ships Which have sailed sinco our, last summary : — Sailed. Ship. Destination. Ounces. Nov. iS Bombay ... PoiDt de Galle .. 4-1,471 ? „ 28 City of Ade laide --.; Sydaoy - .. 5/:76 Deo. 4Somerset- ? ., shire .^London' * '.V '7,479 Total for the month .. .. 57,5 15 Previous shipments .. ..1,603,11*2 Total for the year ... .. v1,665,7l7 Of this quantity 276,670 oz is the produce of New Zoaland.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 December 1867

:' I never played ou a better table in' my life; '^^-John'^Boberts, v Champion Billiard Player tho World. First Match played in Victoria.— Vido ' Argus,'! Aug.30. ?;;----4=^^l^^^^^^=-:-. _'''^j' ? ,|iiM,iiiii'ui ? ./ilnlL wbv1 '.'.''. '?' A L 0 0 OK AND 0 O., BILLIARD TABU M A N V F A O T U K E R S, ? ' / '??.' ' ;' ' ''' . %?:,,? BY APPOINTMENT TO HIS EXCELLENCY TIIE GOVERNOR. SHOW BOOMS, 95 LITTLE BOTJBICB STBEET EAST; MANUPAOTOBY, 132' Alii 134 BU^SELL STREET. ? . Horntjeair' Skittles: ? ; ' illiard Olothi Balls, Cuos.Tips, and-exeryir.efluisUo__fprJilip,. 'Billiard Boom. Bowling Green and Alley Balls, Croqnet, &o, 12 1523

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THE LATE PETER SNODGRASS, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 December 1867

TKE IiATJE PETER SNODGRASS, ESQ. ; ?? .Wb regret to. have _to annpunce tbe death p.; JVTr ^eter j&nodgras$', vwli'prh' '.we : niust iio'w' de1 ?8ciubeuas .tHS'UPp-'^emYyBrlfprriQ:ipBs''!Luii.3t iETe Hiea'bn^ijjtiiinstL'M'^ 'of :M'e.ai;iBJnt'of ^ tlie '^ lieilrlv ''--ft 'fi'lbtig* Since 'thdrtf !ya8H'bd&i SHch an awful '~ instance of 'eiiidden ideitth'^mohgst 'our public 'in'e'h'.v':Mr 'SlrrtdgrasTwis in-i'I&s5'piaci iitHVi&- fiepslativl 'Assembly ori -Monday, apparently 'in' tbe enjoy ment of perfect .health. He was the son of Colonel Kenneth 'Suodgrass, for along poriod .senior officer in command of the troops,' .and Tiij-'such'^purf brined- 'the' duties' of Officer Ad ministering the .Government on more than oue 6ccasibh, bothSn Nb'w^butii'MValesaud Tas maiua. ^r Peter Snodgrass distinguished himself, wh.iio a mere lad, in the capture of the .first, band' of bushrangers' that ravaged J'P'ort ;Pnillip';;i and ^^he'^'ekainplb'' then* sbt J fas 'been -...

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VESSELS SAILED SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE NOVEMBER MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 December 1867

VESSELS SAILED SINCE THE DEPAR TURE OF THE NOVEMBER MAIL. November. 28. Bombay, R.M.S., C08 tons,;G. 0. - Burno, for Point de Galle.i F. K. Kendall, agent. 28. Damasous,.;ship, 964ton9,' Riohard Bowden, for Lohdori;:yiaGeelohg. JJalgety, Black ' wood and- Co , agents. : '.'V^. 28. Matador, barque, 802 tons, Theodore '?„...? Kalokloser, for Hong Kong-, via New ;: .: castle. .E. Cohen and Co., agents. 29. Siam, ship, 728 tons, W. Luce, for Boston, via .Maiden Island. R. Towns and Co., '?'! agents. . . ;. .'-? 29. Albert Jurss, schooner, 221 tons, C. Sfcadt* .v! ,; lander, for Foo Chow, via Newcastle. E. ':':' '?'.?K'.Gohen and. Co., agents. ' , Deoember.^.^., : . . {) 2. Davidjlarid '. Jessie, schooner, 141 tons, iiR. ?! JtliMeqkari, for Colombo. Pigott Brothers -,.;?. .and! 06., agents.; ' .- .7:.: „, f 3. Jerusalem, s., 901 tons,. Jarnos Largie,' for ;?;. London. Dalgoty.'i Blackwood and Co., , ;: ?i;-'8gerit:;v?i^ ;;:--i^;:v;j:,^;-..! ''. 4. Somersetshire, s.j 1593 tbnSi J. S. Attw...

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VESSELS SAILED WITH COLONIAL PRODUCE, &c., SINCE THIS DEPARTURE OF THE NOVEMBER MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 December 1867

VESSELS^SAILED WITII COLONIAL PRO BUUE,::&o., SINCE THifi DEPARTURE OF THE NO.VEMBER.MAIL. ; -: ; November 28.^-Bombay, for Point de Galle : . 8' packages drapery, 1 case coffee, 9 bags sugar, 1 box. ..candles, 1 box maizena, 1 cask currants, 1 box.Btarch, 1 case cheese, 3 chests tea, 2;barrel8 raisins, !l51)bxes 'sovereigns,, con taining : £3.6,537, and 87 boxes, containing 44;472 bz 15;dwt 11 gr of gold, of which, (man tityii£281.;t-ipizU.d.wt 20 gr was the pioduco of New,';Zealand. . -; 1 , ^ ;Noyerpljer^28.T— Matador, for Hong Kong, via':N,ewclastle : , 994 bags salt. ...November 28. — Damasous, for London,' via Geelpng: 1612 bags coppor oro, 8360 bags flour; 5,.1-f. ?-????; 1 , , /«.] ?December 3.— -Jerusalem, for. London : 8701 bales 'wool, 3345 bags copper ore. , 4 iii»'.Li t,.p,ecember:8.^rDaYid and Jessiq^for^Oolpmv biprV^A-JUi'd'ciQinejit, 25 oases winej 416 bags mariure,'-T4 ihorses, 2 cases, tobacco, 5 cases geneva, 200 bags flour, 2000 bags bone duet. December 4...

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THE MELBOURNE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 December 1867

THE MELBOURNE HOSPITAL. It is to the honor of our community that in' the intoxicating pursuit of fortune, which. is too. often attended by selfishness and an indiffers ence to the more pressing physical necessitie of our fellow-beings, we have not forgotten' the claims. which. sufforing humanity imposes upon, us. Amongst the many monuments of charity whioh adorn our oity, the Melbourne Hospital is, in many respeots, that of which we have most reason to be proud. On 22nd ult. tho. new buildings in connection with it, recently erected, were inspected, on their final com- ? pletion, by several members of the committee of the hospital, and they would seem, on the* whole, to reflect much oredit on the com mittee, Mr; White the ' architeot, and Mr Linacro the contractor. Nor must the valuable services of those ladies who, without any interest or hope of reward save the ap proval of their own minds, devoted their time and energies to furthering the success of the late bazaar, be forgotten ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 December 1867

BILE and INBIOESTION, SIOK HEADACHE, FLATULENCY, HEABTBUBN, and all Bilious and Liver 'Affections, . are speedily removed by tho use of ' ? O O'C K.Ii E ', S ANTIBILIOUS HLLS, wbioli have now beon hold in the highest estimation by nil ola&ses of society for upwari s of SIXTY-SIX YEARS. ; They may be had in Boxes in India, CHINA, New Zealand, and Australia. ? ?0fl PAPEBJL\KEBS' AGENCY.— Messrs Cowan .& Oo. respectfully intimate that they have dis posod of their stock of paper and stationery in Melbourne to Messrs LEVY BR0TI1EBS, and that tho agency for their goods, hitherto hold by Messrs Calloudor & Co., will in future bo conducted by them. ?With reforenco to tho foregoing announcement, Messrs Levy Brothers bog to intimate that, pending additions to their promises in Bourko-stroet, Messrs Cowan & Oo.'s agency will ho carried on by them aa usual at 38 King-street, where they will use their boBt endoavors to merit continued support. !? Melbourne. Nov. 1...

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RECEPTION AT GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 December 1867

RECEPTION AT G-EELONG. [l»Y OUU Sl'ECIAIi KEPOItT EH.] Tho second week of his Royal Highnoss's sojourn in Victoria lias commenced as puspi oiously as tho first. On ope Monday ho was woloomod to tho oily of' the Southern Bens by au OHtlmoittsio populace, on tlio^ next ho has been met on fcho watois of Oovld Bay by tho aeaiswns of -tUo fluiot -toiro ol.Gealong, To. ;any.Qfle. _who;.5yitness.ed tho_. tJKft.-: sconeiSi :. the contrast was striking, ^n pne place the crowd-, ing and' crushing of ani immense mais oj people, wtiohad hardly 'room for* their 'elbows even in the . distance between Sandridge and Melbourne ; in1- the -other 'a few thousands congregated quietly on the slopes of the ? Bay, and at no time, '.except at' peculiar points '?' of the demonstration, incommoding each other' in the least. , But if comparatively there ? was .want- of num bers, I can testify there was no want of cor diality; in this respect it was evident that the Geelonge30 were bent on outdoing themselves....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 December 1867

11 I never played on a bettor table in my life.' — John .Roberts, Champion Billiard .Player . the World. Firs't'Matcli played in yiotoriD.^Vide ' Argns,' Ang.'SOl' .' * '** '' x ALOOOK A N p ? O O., BILLIABD TABLL MANXTPAOTU RER8, -? DY ? APPOINTMENT TO HIB EXCELLENCY TOE aOVEBNOB. SHOW ROOMS, 95 LITTLE BOURKE STREET EAST; ... MANUPAOTORY, 182 and 184: RUSSELL i STREET. .- ? ? ? , . : jHqnjbeau Skittles. ' ' i lliard Cloth, Balls, Cueo, Tips, nudovory voquiaito for the Billinrd Room. Bowling Gro'en ..:. .... .undAUoylBwllB.qro/jn'ot,^?, . Jfc..J&JJML*

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ST. KILDA FIREWORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 December 1867

ST. KILDA FIREWORKS. ' ?—.On the day of the Galatea's arrival in Hobson's Bay the St. Kilda beach, whioh was crowded with private vehicles of every sort and shape, as well as pedestrians, assumed an 'ap pearance it has rarely before presented. The Esplanade and the jetty were so crowded that 'promenading was not accomplished without much difficulty. ' The balconies of the houses were' inconveniently packed with their, gaily attired occupants, and flags floated from erery hotel and public building, and from many private residences along the whole length of the beach. No sooner had the Galatea cleared the BluiF than everybody began to move rapidly toward the Esplanade, which at five o'clock ,, could scarcely be approached from 'either 'end. Shortly after eight o'olook a large bonfire was lighted on the Blnff, and numerous fireworks, which had been purchased by the local council, were let off near , the main drain in honor of the arrival of his Royal. Highness. The scene is represented...

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SAD DISASTER AT THE ALLIANCE COMPANY'S CLAIM. [TARRENGOWER TIMES, NOV. 26.] [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 December 1867

SAD DISASTER 'AT ^THE. 'ALLIANCE COMPANY'S CLAIM. Ttaiuiengower times,', nov. 20.] '?' - Seldom has any great disaster occurred on Tarreugower, but certainly never one that- left sack dismal traces as that which is now wit nessed nn this claim.. r W.hat is left on the sur face is in stupendous confusion, a chaotic mass, with a yawning abyss ready to ingulph any re maining evidence -of the' works of. this once prosperous, claim.;. Dismal' as th'e#wreck;appears, it is a happy consblution'' tha't theie'k'iislboen.no sacrifice of life, or limbs maimed throughout the nufortunate mishap.../; In- our last! whole's report we gave a description of what was intended to be done by the manager to prevent ?' any ??'- furtlier- - slip if pos-ible, and,: the .work... -,was: ., vigorously, -.carried ? on,. ...notwithstanding....' the.': jlangou,.^ up -ifco Saturday1 lilprningy^ to -all ^'appearance : wiitfi favorable result's,' as ' £9! . f ur.tjier'j slap, had . tak'qiti place, the stull put in lo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 December 1867

BILE and INDIGESTION, * SICK HEADACHE, FLATULENCY, HEARTBURN, and all Bilious and 'Liver Affections, are speedily removed by the use of - -.-???-?- ? OOCKITS' ' .,.,..; :- ANTIBILIOUS .PILLS, .;., ,,': . which have now boon held In the highest estimation by all classes of society for upwards ? o'l - SIXTY- SIX YEARS. '.. ? . .... ?.'? .. ...'.., V ? .':-. ,,V :.'. ,-. They may bo had in Boxes iu India,- OHiNAiNEW Zealand, and AustnALiA. ' ' , ' ' SCO ' PAPnRMAKERS' . AGENOY.-^Messrs; Cowan- & ?Co; respectfully intimate that 'thoy'have- dis posed of their stock of paper and stationery in ?Melbourne to .MossrsiLEVX- BROTHERS, 'and that' tho agency for their geodB, 1 hitherto -hold- by Messrs Oallender & Co.,' will in future be conducted by. them:; . With referonceiitQ- tlio ? forog'omg.vannounceinentj' Mossrs Levy Brothers bog to iutlrnato.thatr ponding additions to their premises in Bourke-Btreet; - MeBSrs Cowan & Co.'s agency will f be, carried on , by them a...

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FIREWORKS IN RICHMOND PADDOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 December 1867

FIREWORKS IN RICHMOND PADDOOK. It is always an easy duty to record an event which carries with it nothing but pleasantness. Whatever annoyance may have been caused by the postponement of the fireworks has been amply compensated by the exhibition furnished on 28th ult. It is impossible to compute the number .of spectators assembled to. witness it ; but' a conscientious guess, founded upon a careful attempt to estimate them, would pro bably reach over 40,000. This applies exclu sively to those in the paddock, and irrespective of thcBO -were- crowds occupying many pro minent stations around,.,. where views could be obtained. A night better,, calculated to assist the display of a pyrote'ehnio artist could not be , desired. It was cloudy and dark, without being, either damp -or boisterous. Not a single star-ray distracted attention from the rockets or. other projectiles sent up. The situation was well chosen, being ' such as to afford, an uninterrupted view to thoso assembled 6n;tKe grou...

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THE REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 December 1867

THE 'REGATTA. His Royal , Highnoss, ; dressed in \Bhopting costurao, aud accompanied by his Excollonoy, formally oponod the regatta on Tuesday by wit nessing tho start for tho first race. Im mediately afterwards ho mounted the box of a drag drawn by four hays, and drovo in tho direotion of Bavvon Parts, his ? suite following in another carriage', As ho procoodod through the town ho was loudly choorod, It was intoudod to prosoijt an address at the South Bav.von bridge* from tho municipal OQimcll, bnt'bo pas»od -. hoi'ohs vithoijt halt' Jllffr VIip ftfrtyw nn'J nowoih J'»P wJco dis; goufaged, foUowcrt t)XJ Vl'lMQ IVH'1 . oin»^)»t Mm at the Waurn Ponds, whore they' presented the address. Meanwhile tlie regatta proceeded. Geelong kept a close holiday, and the. houses were deco rated with iany, quantity- of bunting. The beach was donsely.-jcrowded, and the weather was all that could .be -desired. The Victoria and Pharos steamers' wore anchored in the Bay, and a mul ?? titude of yachts an...

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ILLUMINATION OF FITZROY GARDENS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 December 1867

ILLUMINATION OF FITZEOr GARDENS. The most attractive part of. -the evening's programme, on Monday, 25th .ultV(,vwas the illiluiiuution of JTitzroy Gardens,' qinjl at dusk n perfect exodua took place froiritlj'Q'.city^aud the suburbs of IFitzroy, East '^'Cpliing^oo^d, Jolimont anil Richmond to thiBifavbrite.resbrti uow doubly beuutiliod. Approaohing..the: gar dens from tlio western side after, nightfall, t]ie viow wna strikingly brilliant, and every credit is due to tbo Commission for their, arraugo, merits in connection witb this part at.lpast oil tbe rejoicings.. Thonsands of variegiited\.ldn;.i terns were hung over and along the .wallcs in; nil directions, being most skilfully placed, so as to dazzle the; eye. nnd cheat the yl)eT holder into tho. beljof that ho, saw quadruple the number really presented to.. his;,,yisiqii._ Looking from the mnin gate ppp'qsite-.the city; the moat prominent object was thebdnd payi^ lion nt tho other. iido of vthQ'.gardens.i-'Jhis filiiice was illum...

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THE GERMAN TORCHLIGHT PROCESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 December 1867

THE GERMAN TORCHLIGHT PROCESSION. ' Determined not to be behind in their manifestations of loyalty,' the German resi dents of Melbourne some time since deter-: mined that, as then? quota to the public rejoic ings, they would contribute a torch-light pro- ? cession, combined with a musical display by the members of the Liedertafel. Both these' events came off on 29th ult., and both were in every respect great successes. Some fifteen hundred. Germans assombled at the police bar racks, at tho corner of Russell and Latrebo streets, and from thence forming in Indian file, proceeded, each man bearing a torch, along Russell-street, to the Burke and Wills monu ment.' Turning for a moment to look backat the'' line of the procession from this point, there was to be seen a particularly novel sight. Near to hand the torches shone out clearly and bright, away in the distance they were surrounded by a thick haze which robbed them of half their, brilliancy. Yet along the whole length of Russell-st...

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THE CIVIC BANQUET TO THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 December 1867

THE OIVIO BANQUET TO THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. Tho bano.net came off on the 20th alt, Tho dining hall was newjy fljjea up to a yery hand-. some manner. The Prince arrived a little before the hour, and a f ew . minutes ? -after seven, just 'as those invited had been seated, he entered the hall accompanied, by his Excellency the Governor . and the mem , bers of his suite. . He was received by the Worshipful the Mayor, and Aldermen and Councillors, and was marshalled to- his ' seat, the band playing : «' God Save the Queen,' the. members of' the company upstanding. The Mayor took the chair, and had on his right his Royal Highness, the Bishop of Melbourne, the . hon. Elliot Yorke, and ? the .'hon. .J: M. \ Grant,. Minister of Lands ; . on his left the Governor, Gene ral \,Ghute,' the'. Chief Secretary, and Lord Newry. ' It would be impossible to give the 'names of all those present. The usual loyal toasts were given and honored, and a very pleasant' evening was spent. ; After the toast of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 December 1867

For remainder of Prime Alfred in Victoria, see Supplement, PrintodJ and PuWfsboa by Evvtivmun on4 DAV/o SyJtis, pt'oprlotors of. (bo A.an Newspaper- and GoBorn) PrtPtlng Offlco, J3»zabetu-st,root, WpI poumo, VJetorfftf

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