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PARLIAMENT HOUSE SOUTH AUSTRALIA— [FROM A PHOTOGRAPH BY MESSRS ANSON AND FRANCIS, ADELAIDE]—see page 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1864

PARLIAMENT HOUSES, SOUTH AUSTRALIA. The Parliament Houses of South Australia are., situated in North torrace, adjacent to Government'' House and the railway terminus. The building was designed' by Mr Bennett Hays, the then supervisor of public works, and erected, under his direction, in the year 1855. The stylo of the exterior is that of the reign of James I., and the building covers an area of 990 square yards. At tho western end, on the ground floor, arc the refreshment rooms, with cellars bolow ; and on the second floor is the large hall for tho use of the House of Assembly, its size being 51 x 28 foot. At the west end, and immediately above the .Speaker's chair, is the reporters' gallery, the strangers' gallery being situated at the eastern end. ' Tho library (which contains several thousand copies of standard works, besides auts, parliamentary papers, &o.) is a splendid room at the eastern end of the Council ohamber, and fronts the site of the proposed new houses on the...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BLACKLEG, WINNER OF THE £50 PRIZE AT THE NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW—SEE PAGE 7. BLACKLEG, WINNER OF THE £50 PRIZE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1864

BLACKLEG, WINNER OF THE £50 PRIZE AT THE NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL SIIOW— ski: r.\c.:: 7. THE NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW. BLACKLEG, WINNER OF THE £50 PRIZE. This fine horse, the property of Mr W. J. Cox, of CastJemnino, is a pure Clydesdale, by Bob Boy, and was imported to the colony several years ago, having been in the hands of his present owner for about two yearB._ Thero were eleven competitors in the class in which he was entered, but he nevertheless succeeded in securing for his owner the £50 prize offered by the Board of Agrioultnre, being, in the opinion of tho judges, superior even to such horses as Bon Lomond and Lord Clyde, who were amongst his competitors. BlaoMog is a very handsome animal, and was much admired by all who visited the show.

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE HORSE AND CATTLE YARD AT THE NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW— she PAGE 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1864

THE HORSE AND CATTLE YARD. Throughout the last day of the show, which i was specially reserved for ,the exhibition of stock, the horse and cattle yard was u scene of constant animation and bustle. The proud-looking arid fiery tempered horses, who bore with the greatest impatience the restraint o bit and bndle, together with the crowds of persons dis persed over' this portion of the ground, made the centre of tho yard lively enough; whilo tho more tranquil but equally interesting occupants of the cattle and sheep pens, attracted their share of attention. Exhibitors, judges arid visitors were at times mixed confusedly together, and tho merits of shorthorn cattle, Mood horses and merino sheop were discussed at one and the sumo time; tho ignorant and tho wise pro nouncing their opinions with an equal amount of con fidence. The show of stock was ono of the best which has been seen for somo time ; and while the centre of tho yard was crowded 'with horses of every class, from the heavy dra...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ACTION FOR BREACH OF CONTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1864

ACTION FOR BREACH OF CONTRACT. Mr Roberts, the champion billiard player, was defendant, on 17th inst., in an action which occupied the attention of his Honor Mr Justice Barry, and a sDecial iurv of four, some five hours. It appeared that certain representations made by David Ams worth had' induced the champion to visit the Aus tralian colonies ; and that, from the nature of. thb correspondence which passed between them, the former considered himself appointed as sole agent. He accordingly took steps to ari ango for the playing of matches, and incurred liabilities to the amount of about £80. Mr Roberts, howovor, on arriving, learned that Ainnworth was not a person well suited for hia purposes, and that ho had deceived him by grossly exaggerating his position and iniluonco in the colony. Ho, therefore, declined to rocosfniso him as his agent, but was willing to remunerate him for any trouble he had taken. Aiiisworth was not satisfied with this, and, connidorlng that he was entitled to...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PASSENGERS SAILED SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE OCTOBER MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1864

PASSENGERS SAILED SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE OCTOBER MAIL. October 25.- — Bombay: — For Point de G-allo : Mr and Mrs Vans Agnew.and three children ; for, Calcutta :. Mr and Mrs Burnsido, Mrs'Pearson, ,Mr and. Mrs F. Stone and eight children, Mrs Smith, Miss Milward, Mrs Sirf and two ehildren ; for Bombay :'? Captain Stewart;, for Suez : Mr Edward. Witson, Mr and Mrs Brodribb.; for Marseilles : Mrs Kerr, Messrs Duffield, . Espagne, Lazarus, Burrell, and. Lieutenant Brook; for South ampton : Messrs Whitfield, iDorry and Fenwick. October 31. — Omar Pacha, , for London : ? Mrs Wycherly and 'son, Miss Leolcy, Mr and. Mrs Harris, Miss Kennedy and four. children (nephews and nieces), Mr Pearson and Dr. Burnett. - . ?,: . . ? ? November .8. — Lincolnshire, for London : Commis sary-General Drake, lady, family and servant ; Mr Horsfall, Mr Sharpe, Mr Minchin, Mr Davis, Mr Ellis and Mrs Bateman. *.. , ,

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1864

??'- ? E N L A-E G E M E N T THE W E Erk L Y A G Ea 1 ?_. .. - ; ., AND IT3 AMALGAMATION WITH THE FARMERS' ? JOURNAL. .'.On Friday, 30th September,' the Weekly 'Age will appear in a' new aud improved shape, and hi a greatly enlarged size. ? ' ? ' ? '. ?- - The Farmers' Journal,, silev a long 'and prosperous career as an independent paper, will henceforth be incorporated with the Weekly ? Age, and the two papers, each retaining its own special featuros of in terest and- respective literary and editorial staff, will unito their forces so as to produce a journal superior to anything yet issued from the Victorian Press. 'For thia purpose the Weekly Age will be enlarged by four extra pages (equal to eight pages of the Farmers' Journal), thus making it the largest paper in the Australia* Colonies. Tho proprietors have been induced'to' make this change chiefly through the strong' representations made by subscribers to the Farmers' - Journal of their desire for a more liberal supply of gene...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUTBREAK AT DARLINGHURST GAOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1864

O.UOJBREAK AT DAELINGHUBSTcQ-AOL. ifa'KOM THE S. M, HERALD, NOVEMBER'S. 1 ?A'Aumber of prisoners - attempted to break vout ?of-iDarllnghurst gaol yesterday . afternoon, .and^in ?the ;;distur,bance which .preceded .their ,subjection. one, of '.them, .named Parsons, .was , shot. At about ^two^clock-.a number of prisoners -..who \ were in ;what;is : termed the ' stockade,'- alarge;yard where ^carpentering-, and- stonemasons' work is~done, rushed linto.thepainter's shop, .which is.on , the. south side of -the ..enclosure, and .seized ..upon some : ladders. '?With? these ithe prisoners .hurried across ithe; yard, -and j attempted, to, scale .the tnorthern twall. ,,A. number rOftthem managed to get on. the top. of .the wall, andiwere only prevented:. from .descending, at ;the outside by the armed -guard , on ,, duty- there. -Therfollowsiwere very resolute, ,andrwould probably ? have; got .; clear of the precincts, of the. gaol b.ut. for. the rprompt v-measures taken . to sqcure- their .ap...

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THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF VICTORIA. FIRST DAY—WEDNESDAY, 2ND NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1864

THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF VICTORIA. I'IRST DAY ? WEDNESDAY, ,2KD NOVEMBER. The general- assembly of -the'Presbytenan Church of 'Victoria commenced its annual sittings in tho Scots' .Church, 'Collins street, Wednesday evening. The church was completely filled with members of .the Assembly and membera of the various Presbyterian congregations in the city and suburbs. The iRev. S. Kelso, of Portland, the retiring moderator, opened the proceedings as-usual with religions services. Afterwards some ; formal business was disposed of, and the election of a moderator for the ensuing year was iproceeded ; with. On the motion of the Rev. J. Ballantyne, seconded by the Rev. J. Caldwell, .the. Rev.: James .Nish, of .Sandhurst, was elected to the oflice .with acclamation. Both 'Mr Kolso and-Mr Nish addressed. the assembly. : The :Rev. J. Nish ' then asconded the dais, and, having put on ;the moderator's robes and- taken- tho i chair, .said : Rev. fathers and brethren— 1 -have! to thank .you very...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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MELBOURNE ANNUAL REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1864

MELBOURNE ANNUAL REGATTA. Patron :? His Excellency Sir C. H. Darling. Starters : Messrs J. C. Tyler and J. \V. M'Cut chepn. Judge: Mr -J. Henderson. Umpires : Messrs J. Kintr and-G. Carrick. Managing Committee : Messrs ^Barclay, Mason, Butt, Temploton, Cowper, Buchanan, M'Cutcheon, Byrne, Manuel, Wilson, J. T. Smith, jun., Har court, Sinclair, Garrick, Coates, Pitzgibbon, Dove, Wald, .Co3grave, Leth'eby, and King. ' The Melbourne annual regatta was held on the Saltwater River on 9th inst., and the occasion being a public holiday .there .was a large attendance of spectators. It ?was, 'however, a matter of general, regret that the sport _was of such a meagre ;descrip tion as it proved to be, and the disappointment was still more keenly felt -inasmuch as' great expecta tions -had been formed (from. the number of entries ' whioh had been, made, and. tho presumed excellence of -the various -boats' crews who.were to take part in the .races. Tho committee were not to blame for this unsatis...

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VITAL STATISTICS OF MELBOURNE AND THE SUBURBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1864

VITAL STATISTICS OF, MELBOURNE AND THE SUBURBS.' Tho Itegistrnr-GonQraTs report of the vital statistics of Melbourne and tho subtu-ba, for tho month aad quarter ending the 30th September last; is published in the Government Gazette.- It' appears that the total number of deaths during the lnontliwas 207, of' which 131 were males and 76 females. 79 are of per Bons under, and 128 of persons over five years of ago. A lower mortality prevailed in Melbourne and suburbs during the month of September, 1864^ tban'that wnicl*. obtained in any one of the : four previous Septenibers. The moan temperature and mean atmospheric pressure were .within, a fraction of iui average of the same ele ments during the corresponding month of five suc cessive years. 'The deaths of males and females' amounted respectivciy to 63 and ? 37 per cent. of the total mortality. The ,doaths of childreii under five amounted .to 38 per cent, of the total. Tlie latter proportion was 33 per cent, in September, 18G3, 43 per...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUR NATIONAL LINES OF RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1864

OUR NATIONAL LINES OF RAILWAY. Although the importance of the railway lines, which form .the means of communication with the principal inland towns of the colony, is universally recognised, and the many advantages and comforts arising out of them duly appreciated by those whose avocations require them to travel frequently from one. locality to another, or who, in the course of business, are in the habit cf despatching goodB to distant parts of the territory, few, probably, fully rea lise the magnitude of the undertaking upon which bo much capital and labor have been expended, or comprehend the value of the property which the Government are. now endeavoring to turn to profit able account. In attempting to give the public a bettor conception of these important works, and the mode adopted in their management, it; will ..be necessary to go somewhat into detail, which, per haps, from the interesting nature of the subject, will not prove altogether distasteful. It is quite unnecessary to ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROYAL SOCIETY OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1864

ROYAL SOCIETY OF VICTORIA. The ordinary, meeting of the Royal Sbciety of Victoria was held, on 31st ult., at the society'sholl. The chair was filled by MrA. K. Smith; and, after the- minutes of thelast meetinsr bad been confirmed, Mr, Ellery, the secretary, laid on the tahUvfive ^numbers of the Reports of the Geological Survey of; India. Mr T. Rawlinson -was. then elected a mem ber of- the- council,, and several- now members wore nominated, namely, Messrs Edward' Delesser, Charles Watt and Harrison. The meeting then considered and adopted: a report of the council, recommending, in: accordance* with the suggestion of the. Rev. Dr..Bleasdale, the holding of an exhi bition of colonial gems, jewellery and; works of art in the precious metals, to be illustrated by lectures on the sources and methods of obtaining gems and: metals; with practicalillustrations, of ? the modes of.' preparing the same. The council' also recommended that a committee should bo. appointed to carry out. this proj...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SURRENDER OF THOMPSON'S HEIR APPARENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1864

SURRENDER OF THOMPSON'S HEHt AP PARENT. Camp Te Awamutu, 24th October. — In a former communication I informed you that two of William Thompson's sons were at Matamata, and that thtsy had an interview with Mr Reid, a gentleman of the native office, on which occasion they signified their intention to surrender ; but having no arms, they were told to return and bring those pledges of good faith. On Saturday, Hote, William Thompson's eldest son, re turned to Pukerhnu, and gave up his gun to Captain Hall, the youngest son being under a severe attack of typhus fever, and, consequently unablo to accompany his brother. About three p.m., to-day, those who were aware of the honor about to be paid to our usually quiet camp by tho visit of the illustrious Hote, had the intense satisfaction to descry a_ cavalcade of two horsemen approaching from the direction of Puke rimu, and which proved to be the veritable heir to the Thompsonion estates and dignities, attended by a Maori 'swell,' whose name,...

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THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1864

THE MONTH. The Norfcham, with the September mails, arrived early in the afternoon of the 11th, and a portion of the mails were delivered 'in Melbourne the same ?'evening. The intelligence relative to Russia's de signs on the Australian colonies, in case of going to war with Great. Britain, caused some little sen sation, and again reminded us of our inadequate ' means of resistance against foreign attack. The remaining portions of the news, especially those relating to the shipwrecks and fires in England, and the cyclone in India, excited great interest. : The result of the general electionshas apparently been to give the Government an overwhelming ma jority, so that when Parliament meets on the 28th, ?the day fixed for the resumption of public business, there will be a fair chance for the initiation of some useful legislation. Some of the most prominent features , ot£-. the ., recent electoral , .contests . have been the' rejection of Mr Wood, Mr. Haines, Dr. Evans, Captain M'Mahon ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LANTERN, "WINNER OF THE MELBOURNE CUP, DERBY STAKES AND PUBLICANS' PURSE—SEE PAGE 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1864

LANTERN, WINNER OF THE MELBOURNE CUP, DERBY STAKES, AND PUBLICANS' PURSE. The winner of the Melbourne Cup is regarded hero with something of . tho same kindly interest as the winner of the Derby or tho Oaks in England, and the suocossf ul horse in tho prinoipal event of the re cent Spring Races has attracted all the more notice from tho circumstance that his victory was quite un expected, having, as a threo-yoar-old . colt, beaten a field of-riineteen, most of them ttied horses, arid prov ing, in short, superior in point of speed to the best racors which could be brought forward. Lantern, who is a dark brown colt, is tho property of Mr Hurtle Fisher, an, extensive owner of racing stock, and the proprietor of several other horses who won- prizes at the same meeting. He is by Muscovado, out of Nightlight, both of which names appear in tho English studbook, and was bred by Mr Fisher at Marybirnong on the Saltwater river. Although a very fast horse, and as it proved, an. enduring ono to...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE SPRING RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1864

MELBOUJINE SPUING BACES. _ ,' P1BST BAY— THURSDAY, 3BD NOVEMBER. : The spring meeting of the Melbourne Racing Club commenced Thursday, on the Melbourne race course, on the banks ? of the Saltwater River. The procrannri-» was of a very attractive character, and more than ordinary importance' was attached to the first-day's apart. from the fact, the Melbourne Cup, about -which so much speculation ha3 taken place, in the sporting world,, was to be run for on that occasion. Notwithstanding the uncertain state of the weather, the attendance was very large, the spectators bravely bidding defiance to the smart showers of rain which broke over the course at in tervals. Fewer ladies than usual, however, appeared upon the scene, and the grand stand presented a less lively appearance than it is accustomed to wear. Sir Charles Darling, Lady Darling, and Miss Darling arrived on the course before the first race, and remained until the close of the day. The race course, the hill, and the grand sta...

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SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1864

SHIPPING FOB THE MONTH. WOOL SHIPS SAJJjED SINCE THE COMMENCE. MENT OF THE YEAR, 1864, AND THE NUM BER OF BALES BY EACH. ? Sailed. Ship. Destination. Bales. Jan. 2 Essex .. ..London .. .2,189 ,, 8 Mediator . . London. . . 3,676 ,, IS Moravian . . London . . 3,172 ,, 27 Great Britain ..Liverpool .. 1,883 Feb. 3 Dover Castle . . London . . 2,03-t „ 6 Bed Hover ..London .. ; 3,867 ,, 11 Champion of the Liverpool .. 6,769 SenB „ 16 Westminster . . London . . 2,600 ,, 20 Lincolnshire ..London .. 1,458 „ 22 Chrysolite ..London .. 3,588 „ 28 Benares . . London . . 3,012 „ 27 Glendower . . London . . 4,345 March fc Kent . . London . . 1,139 „ 5 Wave of Life . London . . 2,682 „ 8 Australian . . London . . 2,661 „ . 18 Boyal Standard.. Liverpool .. 2,901 „ 19 Lady Ann ?. . London . . 2,260 „ 22 Daphne . . London . . 3,663 ,, 32 Anglesey ..London .. 1,476 April. 4 Pride of the Ocean London .. 3,358 „ 5 Yorkshire ..London .:''? 1,063 „ 21 Roxburgh Castle London . . 833 May 6 Lucibclle . . Lond...

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PRIZE CATTLE AT THE NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW-SHORTHORN BULL, ROYAL BUTTERFLY 6th, AND SHORTHORN COW, JESSAMINE 5th-SEE PAGE 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1864

PRIZE CATTLE— SHORTHORN BULL, BOYAL BUTTERFLY 6th, AND SHOBTHORN COW, JESSAMINE 5th-. The animals represented in our engraving are tho shorthorn bull, Royal Butterfly Gth, and the shorthorn cow, Jessamine 5th, who obtained the highest prizes in their classes at the late Agricul tural Exhibition, and also two prizes of £10 each offered by tho Board of Agriculture. Butterfly, who is a beautiful roan, has an excellent pedigree, his imme diate progenitors being Royal Butterfly, and bis dam, Venelia's Butterfly, got by Master Butterfly, out of Venolia. Ho was born in February, 1SC0, and was bred by Lieutenant-Colonel Towneley, of TowneloyPark, Lancashire, being recently imported by the rxhibitors, Messrs Morton Brothers and Leaoh, of Mount Derrimut. Jcssamino, also a roan, was bred by the exhibitors of Butterfly, and is just about four years old. She was got'by Sir Henry Barkly out of Jessamine 2nd, sire Lord Raglan, and; as it will be seen, comes of an excellent stock. Both ' animals we...

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DISCOVERY OF A NEW QUARTZ REEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1864

DISCOVERY OF A NEW QUARTZ REEF. The following report rela tive to the discovery of a new quartz reef in the Jamie son district has been for warded by the district raining surveyor to the hon. the Minister of Mines :- — Mining Surveyor's Office, Jamicson, 31st October, 1864.' Sir,— The discoveries made at Sailor Bill's creek since the date of my last report being of sufficient importance to render it desirable, that you should be informed on the subject by means of a special report, I do myself the honor to supplement the information previously fur nished with reference to that portion of my division by the following additional par ticulars. Previously to the advent of quartz mining in this district, a few alluvial claims were being worked in Sailor Bill's creek; but, on the first intimation of the dis covery of gold at the Jor dan, the claims here were altogether abandoned. From that period to the middle of July last, when a party of miners visited the place and discovered a reef, t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 November 1864

DEATH OF DR. SEWELL. The demise of Dr. Richard Clarke Sewell, which event took place at the residence of Dr. Arnold, Brighton Road, St. Kilda, at a quarter to three a.m. on Monday, 7th inst., has created a vacancy in the colonial bar which will not be easily filled. For months past it has been evident to the friends of the deceased gentleman that his constitution was beginning to break; but none of them imagined that the end was so near. Feeling the necessity of a change of air and scene, Dr. Sewell, about three weeks ago, gave up his professional engagements, and took up his residence with his friend Dr.     Arnold, of St. Kilda. Shortly after this his disease, supposed to be abscess of the liver, as sumed a more alarming aspect, and he was almost entirely confined to his room. His suffering, from   that date up to the period of his death, was intense ; but his mind continued unimpaired, and, at intervals, he engaged in those pursuits which he...

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