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NEIAFU, TONGA ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 February 1891

NEIAFTJ. TONGA ISLANDS. The expulsion of tho Rev. Shirley Baker, who was for several years King George's prinoipal advisor.'has causod muoh attention to be direoted to the little kingdom . of Tonsa (Friendly Islands). The natives, in manners and language, closely resemblo the Maoris, and as tho islands lio nearer to New Zoaland than to any other colony it is generally oonoluded that a tribe of Tongans, after having been beaten' in a civil strifo, or being seized, with a desire to find a loss oiroumsoribed home, crossed the Paoifio in canoos, landing in the north of Now 'Zealand, and from thenco overran the country, driving the actual aborigines to the Chatham Islands. Neiafu is built upon the slopes of a fine harbor, .tho largost and safest in the Polynesian groups, and as it lias right in the traok of vohscIs will form an admirable coaling station when the Panama canal is finished. The Wosleyan mis sion station is a large building, and among other applianoes contains a couple of pr...

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

«E0B TI^JLOOTJS^HE LIFE. eflioaoy in skin affections, &c. On ||H U* I I K « H Pj^J^HpB^^^n^^^ : ^H^H ^H ^|^^ ^B ^^^sS^P^^^^^HIl ° ^uidT,ppr?hTM?x^^^^ l|lMiim^^!jji_i^l o lWpJ?_WjiWiiBil ^asfF-fli™8 taylor- pensing purposen.' . |^|P4^^^^fl '«vH ^11 .^B H ?U^^^^SeS^^^bT Ka i ? «T ? BM^9lll Lecturer on MedioalJurisprudenot ^DruggistH, &c, Agra, India, 6th ?! | ^^^V H MLSf ^ ?!?^r^^^^^ZrMi juno, 1888. ? Hjl ?& ^M^'^iri^'Dl ????Im ffgM H BJ ? Cl Cm

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VICTORIA V. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 February 1891

.'Victoria v. South Australia. The orioket matoh botween. teams represent ing the colonies of Viotoria and South Aus tralia, on the Melbourne cricket ground on the 1st,- 2nd, 3rd ? and 5th- January,' was productive of a .splendid display of batting by the visitors, Giffen, the South Australian captain, being oaught after contributing the splendid Baoro of 237, in the compilation of which ho had only given one distinot ohanoo, his sooro then being 65. Lyons, who rooontly batted so consistently and well in England, gave a magnificent exhibition of hitting, sooting 53 of the .flrat 64 run* recorded. Blinman contributed 50 in excellent stylo. Jarri9 played well for 29. Noel played a good innings for 49, but none of the other South Australian batsmen made any stand against the Victorian bowling. Tho Victorians were all disposed of for 220. Bruce, who made 58, was tho highest scorer on the Victorian side, and Houston was most foolishly run out after- contributing 54. Ross cafricd out his ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RECIPIENTS OF NEW YEAR'S DAY HONORS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 February 1891

RECIPIENTS OF NEW YEAR'S DAY HONORS. Wo present in this ' number portraits of tho Victorian and Tasmanian recipients of the Now Year honors. . Sir Frederiok M'Coy, E.O.M.G., D. So., F.R.S., is well known in Australia as professor of natural science at tho Melbourne University, an institution with whioh he has been conneoted from1 its establishment. He was born in Dublin, where his education was commenced.- He after wards studied at- Cambridge with a view to joining the medioal profession. Before he had ontered on practice, howover, he was- asked to make the patoontological investigations for tho Boundary Survoy Geo logical Map of Ireland. His record was published ' in two quarto volumes, illustrated from1 his own drawings. ; Ho was then associated with'. Colonel Sir Henry .'.James, R.B., in making a .British Geological ' Survey, and with Professor Scdgwiok in his work . on British Rooks and Fossils, compiled from .records in Cambridge Univorsity. While, ongaged upon: this work, ho w...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 February 1891

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THE REGENT FLOODS AT WAGGA WAGGA, NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 February 1891

THE RECENT FLOODS AT WAGGA WAQGA, NEAV. SO ViTH '.WALES...' ...?.???;?? :-\--iy! ..?;??:?'-' w, .7?--i' '.',') .0. , «i ;.??;?»/.??- ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RECIPIENTS OF NEW YEAR'S DAY HONORS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 February 1891

EBOIPIENTS OF NEW YEAR'S DAY HONORS. MR, GEORGE H. JENKINS, C.M.G. SIR FREDERICK M'COY, K.C.M.G., F.R.S. SIR EDWARD N. 0. BRADDON, K.O.M.G. J (From Photographs by Johnstonk, O'Shannkssv and Co., Melbourne, and Anson, Hobaut). ' MR, GEORGE H. JENKINS, C.M.G. SIR FREDERICK M'COY, K.C.M.G., F.R.S. SIR EDWARD N. 0. BRADDON, K.O.M.G. J (From Photographs by Johnstonk, O'Shannkssv and Co., Melbourne, and Anson, Hobaut). '

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CONSECRATION OP ST. PAUL'S CATHEDRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 February 1891

GONSBOEATIONOP ST. PAUL'S CATHEDRAL. INTERIOR OF THE CATHEDRAL AND PROCESSION OF CLERGY. . : ? . . . : . ?? ' .-??, . ? s ? ? ' . .... INTERIOR OF THE CATHEDRAL AND PROCESSION OF CLERGY. . : ? . . . : . ?? ' .-??, . ? s ? ? ' . ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 February 1891

-*?r^£2^— i«o Exquisite Model. Perfect Fit. ' Guaranteed Wear. ^^^m V« M PATENT DIAGONAL -SEAM CORSET. TOjitfwSR^^^^SS^ W Xr 111 Patented in England and on the Continem. vMslnM-Ira w I ?? will not split in the seams nob tear in N^Ml1i|»y2B7^ . ' ? -TflE l'ABBIO. k YlW vmWmr tho Queen says : — ' Admirably modelled, exquisitely neat andi.strong, and W- 4 -M& tho workmanship all that could.be desired.' Jfil \ I m '^le lady's Pictorial saya.* — ' The most comfortable corset ever made.' ; '''. ' // W™j^ \^^V Made in White, BlaoU and all the s^&istSsz. ^^— -^^ iSj'mi ^;i\AW^ FasnionaWe Colors and Shades in /ijf*^^^K^^^i'^^\ CiSf r -islllKk ItaU»» Cloth, Satin and Coutil; also ywlte^^ pJ{VWi«v»tI^KVA ¥mi lllffP^ In the New Sanitary WooUen Cloth , I |LP%S^ij]b-^^L^ I] \tp:ff&N:::|M/ at prices to suit all purchasers. wSMlsi^^J^^^^^W/J ?? ^niJiifflW CAUTION.— Beware of worthless imitations. ^cSb-S^^S!^^^^// N&'v1 WlWmr Kvery genuine Y & N' Corset is sta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 February 1891

| ENO'S FRUIT SALT' 1 [j Is ah admirable health-giving, refreshing and invigor- q }j ating preparation, suitable for all ages. |j g ..- «^» »i a j^n^^ft^^^ Tigoiating, and nerer lowers j a ^^^^^^^^i^^S isiirivs*** H ^^^EaJ^^^^JJikgplM^p^^^pB powerfully on the animal ^S^^-^^^^^^^S^SSJ^^^^^Y **** Tefifetablo -world, and i c^feg»^a^^^E^^g removes by natural means ( ^^^^SsSsS&^^^^SISasail^Blj without hazardous force. i CHILDREN LIKE IT AND TAKE IT READILY. K — — ? m CAUTION.— Examine each Bottle and Me that the Capinle Is narked ENOS [}J ?FRUIT SALT.' WIthont It yon bay* been Imposed upon by a worthless Imitation. tU Sold by aU Chemists. Dlrectlona In Sixteen Language* bow to prerent Disease. {Q K Proparol only at BITO'S (7BTJIT SALT' 'WOBSS, « g Poaaeroy Street, ITev Cross Road, S.H., by J. 0. BITO'S Patent. 3 COOKING BY GAS. 17 Comfortable! Efficient! Economical! No Dust! No Smoke! No Soofc ' THE METROPOLITAN GAS COMPANY, WHOLESALE WAREHOUSE. ?S&fo., wpt ???;? ? I' .. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 February 1891

THE ILLUSTRATED AUSTRA LIAN NEWS. ?' ? » (Published on tho 1st of IS very Month). Contains, in addition to a well written Summary of the Month ; a Full Account. of the Events through out the -Colonies;- also a Selection of High. Class i Engravings, Illustrative of Colonial Scenery, Current Events, dec, -fcc. Tt has a first class sale in Australia, Tasmania, and New Zealand, besides being well distributed through out Europe* America and the East. I The Best ArtistiTand/ Engravers in Australia are' , engaged on Tlielllustt-ited Australian News— ? I SUBSCRIPTION '(including postage); 8s. PER I4NNUM. ' ? ?'..?' | RATES for ADVERTISEMENTS :— 10s. per i INCU (single column). ( i SPECIAL LONDON. OFFICE: 140 Fleet-st., B.C. ' -. F OR EIq'K; AGENTS: ? LONDON. GEO. STREET and Co., 30 Cornhlll, E.G. F. ALGAR, 11, 12 Clemont'a-lane, Lombard-stC BATES, HENDYaridC- 37 'Walbrook, B.C. GORDON and GOTCH, St. Brido-st., E.G. CLARKE, SON and PLATT, 85 Gracecburch-at. F. H. PHILLIPS, 131 Floet-st., E.G...

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ST. PAUL'S CATHEDRAL, MELBOUBNE.—CONSTORATED 22ND JANUARY, 1891. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 February 1891

ST. PAUL'S CATHEDRAL, MELBOURNE,— Oonskjbatkd 22nd Janoaby,J1891,

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SPORTING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 February 1891

The patrons of the Victoria Racing Club wero favored with splendid weather on 1st Jan. at the New Year's day meeting on the Flemington course. Tho public attended in largo numbers, and amongst the visitors were his Excollency the Governor and a large party from Govern ment House. The two principal events of the day were the Standish. Handicap and the Bngot Handicap. The former race proved a surprise, the winner turning up in Gladstone, a rank out sider, who beat Prattler by half a neck, Forest King was third, a similar distanco separating' him from Prattler. The favorite, Richelieu, was unplaced. The Bagot Handicap proved a good thing for the favorite, Greygown, who won easily from Tarcoola, Jebusite and nine others. The 2-year-old weight for age race, the Normanby Stakes, fell to Sword Bearer after a great struggle with Lady Carbine, whom he beat by halt: a neck, Albino being third. Lottie, tho top weight, carried off the Hurdle Raco in grand style, Pingai a and Spud filling tho ot...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 February 1891

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CONSECRATION OF ST. PAUL'S CATHEDRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 February 1891

CO«aoBA«o* OP ST. PAUL'S O«Mmt ^^«^8^^».qWi*p.l»-ATlQW OB^EWONY, ' ^^«^8^^».qWi*p.l»-ATlQW OB^EWONY, '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 February 1891

G. J. & I. HAM, THE MERCANTILE FINANCE, TRUSTEES A AGENCY CO. OF AUSTRALIA LIMITED. AUCTIONEERS, HOUSE LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS 45 SWANSTOJr-STREET, MELBOURNE. LOANS NEGOTIATED BENTS COLLECTED. ESTATES MANAGED, STRE AND LIFE INSURANCES EFFECTED. ESTABLISHED 1853 SCHWEITZER'S COCOATINA. SCHWEITZER'S COCOATINA. Anti-Dyspeptic Cocoa.or Chocolate Powder. S' ~ CUWEITKEB'S COCOATINA. Guaranteed Pure Soluble Cocoa without Ad ture. ? ? ' SOCIETY ' says : fT^HE QUEEN has a Cup of tiCHWEITZER'S COCOATINA brought to her O bedside at 7.30, and two hours later she quaffs the samo beverage at tho Breakfast Table. ? , CHWEITZER'S COCOATINA. Most Nutritious. Perfectly Digestible Beverage. COCOATI NA. ICetailod in ± lb., £ 1b. and 1 lb. tins, at Is., Is. lid. and 3s. 8d. 1f\{\{\ /k/W\ BRIKFMABKEN, }\f\J\9»\r\}\J Converts, Postkarten, Ac. KAUFT. ;E. HAIJN, NAUMBURG (Saale), DEUTSCHLAND. XT1 N G B A V I N Q S. Electrotypes and Engraved Blocks for Sale. The attention of printers and others is dir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 February 1891

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 February 1891

METROPOLITAN GAS CO. TO ENCOURAGE THE GENERAL USE OF Gas Cooking Stoves, Begs to draw the attention of Consumers to the COMFORT, ECONOMY AND CLEANLINESS That is the result of the use of ' G-AS COOKING STOVES. THE SUPERIORITY OF THIS MEANS OF COOKING la daily proved by the demand and increase in the number of Stoves supplied ' and fixed by the Company. TERMS: . ? ! : An Agreement for Rental to be SIGNED for 12 MONTHS. A Charge of; 2s. per/ Month and inwards is made. If Purchased at Expiration of 12 Months,- all - Rent. paidtdeduoted from Price of Btove. For Cash, a Discount of 10 per Cent, allowed. i ? ? ? No Charge is Made for Fixing, PROVIDING LENGTH OF PIPING DOES NOT EXCEED 66 FEET.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 2 February 1891

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Mr. J. H. Angas has sent the editor of the Advrtiser a bank draft for £500 in answer to an'appoal for help from Dr. Barnardo's Homo of London. ' ? T.'N. Newbury, the recoiver of fines and foes in the Lands and Titles office, has been sus pended in consequence of defalcations in his accounts, which amount to about £100. Mr. R. Barr Smith, ot the firm of Elder, Smith and' Co., has presented a large picture to the South Australian. . Pioture Gallery. Tho picture, which is tho largest in the collec tion, is from the studio of Kramor, of Vienna. The National Gallery have purchased fivo pictures frotnMr. Lake's British Art Gallery — Fahey's Milkmaid, Watorlow'a Storm Blown, Onsdell's Highland Bams; Dollman's Worse Things Happen at Sea, and Hayes's Fishing Boats off Gran ton ; the total price being £1495. The exhibition has closed, and tho London piotures are repacking. ? Mr. C. Dabovich, inspector of oyster fisheries, reports favorably in refeionce tothoYorkoB Peninsula o...

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